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The Breckenridge news: May 12, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915051201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 12, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915. 8 Pages No. 45 HON. A. O. STANLEY Candidate for Democratic Nomination for Governor, will address the voters of Breckinridge county at the Court House, Hardinsburg, Saturday, May 15, at the issues of the campaign mi 1 0 clock Come out and hear this gifted orator and Democrat discuss Clean Up and Paint Up" T Mayor Hamman Received Notice That the Southern Business Men Were Expecting a Big Greeting. PARTY. On account of the lecture of Dr. Lillian South, the Ladies' Reading Club will not meet tomorrow afternoon. Dr. South' lecture will be delivered to women and young women at three o'lock at the American Theater. In the evening she will speak to a mixed audience Tonight Dr. Roy L French will lecture on "The White Mague," which is e playing havoc in Cloverport aud county. Another lecture will be given Monday night by Dr. A T. McCormick. Last Sunday night Dr. Curran Pone, of Louisville, gave an address on "Kugenics." He said a great many people, who were talking a lot about eugenics, knew little about the science. Some of the thoughts he gave out were in part: Health will prevent a large amount of sorrow and unhappiuess in the homes of tomorrow; the use of the intellect is strongly neglected by people, who let their feelings, instead of facts, influence their lives. lie said there was little hope for eugenics, when a college man and a college woman, one with a tubercular parentage, and the other whoe family had a streak of insanity, recently married. The only hope for a healthy and happy generation within the next two decades, is educating the children against such marriages and teaching children the importance of health. Dr. Pope was received by the Rev. W C. Frank, Dr. 15. C. McDonald and Dr. . A. Simons. Hreck-enridg- LUSITANIA DEATH TOLL 11 ft 11 1 ' Fn m DR. LILLIAN SOUTH WEBSTER ROYAL All Together for a Better Hometown A A wmf j1 vv y. s s o .t In the Afternoon and Evening at Fourth Magisterial District Sunday School Convention Meets The American Theater Dr. Miss Dance Gives Many HelpFrench Tonight. ful Methods. INTEREST CONTINUES. BEAUTIFUL DINNER SERVED Sun- Total of 764Persons Survive Disaster. DEEP BOOSTER ATTRACTIVE The Nashville Booster train will arrive in Cloverport this morning at 10 o'clock with greetings from one of the most serious cities of the South. Mayor mill ,'flllf f v A. busi- ' jCJ Xf AMERICANS DEAD Hatuuian bent out notices to thewould ness men last week that the train stop here. A cordial welcome will await them and a large crowd is expected at " Alfred Vanderblll and the Hub-bar- the depot as the booster trains always are attractive and Cloverport likes the opportunity to meet them. Undoobedly Lost, Richard G. Cox, Dean ot FOR Mr. LIFE CLOSES will be aboard the train writes that phamplets from Cox will be distributed from the NDREDS IN THE SUNKEN SHIP are exp cting Cloverporters train. and some attractive advertisements souvenirs from Nashville. After a Year of Illness Leaves Effort May Be Made to Blow Up the Hull to Release the Bodies Coffined Wife and Seven Children Camping Trip. by the Lusltanla, Which Lies Forty Fathoms Below the Surface One Funeral This Morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. SUillmau, Miss Torpedo Reported to Have Wrought Destruction of the Big Liner Thrll. Louise Marshall, Miss Sallie Ewing SERVICES AT ST. ROSE. Marshall and Miss Virginia Lockett, of ling Stories Told by Survivors. Henderson; Mr. Nicholas Dosker, Mr. London, May 10. Tho death list of Lewis Hampton, of Winchester, and David Mattingly died Tuesday mornthe Lusltanla, obtained from official Mr. Orville Skillman, of Cloverport, ing after an illness of several months. sources, now stands at 1,153, of whom will leave Wednesday for Kails of He suffered with his heart and had sev Rough in Mr. Skillmau's private car for eral bleeding spells. 115 wcro Americans. His death has Out of tho total of 1,017 passongers a camping trip. Miss Edith Stirman, been expected for sometime, and while and crew aboard, 704 persons, men, of Owensboro, and Mrs. Robert Logau he was a great sufferer h was conscious LouUville to women and children, passengers and will join them on Friday. the last. The funeral will be held Post. from the St. Rose Catholic church this crew, are known to have survived, morning nt 9:30 o'clock. Twenty two years ago Mr. Mattingly Booster Band and a them. They have reported married Miss Margaret Mattingly. or 'have been reported, and Candy Man Aboard. Seven of their twelve children are livthere Is Just a baro chance that any more will bo found olive. Booster train has ing, the oldest one, Carl .Mattingly, is The Nashville Of the 7C4 survivors 4132 were paseighteen years ot age, and for the last of aboard a band and a candy man. There year he 1ms taken the responsibilities of sengers and 302 crew. Forty-seveis n promise of hearing some good this number aro In tlio hospitals at family. He cared for his father, music and getting a stick of candy thi the without a cross, during his entire illness (Continued on page 2.) morning. and is a devoted sou to his mother. Mr. Mattingly left his family $2,000. He carried insurance in fourteen com panies, Mr. Mattingly worked at the L , H. & St. L. R. shops. Besides his immediate ones, he leaves his mother, Mrs Kliza Mattingly, one sister, Mrs. Carl Denton, of Louisville and three brothers, Fraize Mattingly, of Owensboro, James Mattingly, of Mar shal, Texas, and Lewis Mattingly, of Kansas. you want to make what men call "DELI- The Fourth Magisterial District 115 -- J 'S-BiW- ds Behind the Broom T OPENS At day Schools held a convention at Webster Saturday. The day was grand, anil considering the early date for summer conventions, the attendance was good. Among those who were prominent on the program were the Rev. T. J. Wade, S. C. Dowel, Miss Maude L. Dance, W. D. Smith, Mrs. Smith and T. H. Henderson. was presi- t, J.C. Crutcher Ward-llelmo- MONDAY dent, and Miss Oia Ileudtick secretary. They are both true to Sunday School work, and by their work, words and ways, do a great deal to encourage others iu the Sunday School movements. The collection of .'!() tor the Kentucky Sunday School Association given at Webster Saturday speaks for the spirit and enthusiasm of the Sunday Schools in the Fourth District. was rendered music lieautiful Democratic Hardinsburg Speakers Heard By a Large Crowd of Men and Women. COURT HOUSE WAS CROWDED Circuit Court opened in Hardinsburg Monday with a large crowd of people In throughout the program and a bounti- ful dinuer was served. lCnougli delicious food to serve 5OO people was brought to the convention'. Short-Gree- n. tliem-selve- s, n Special Notice "To the Lady of the House" If McQuady CIOUS BISCUITS" ask your dealer for a bag of Patent Flour. . . Postmaster Lightfoot Receives Commendation. Postmaster Lightfoot is receiving commendation for the notice to the ef feet that no loafing will be allowed In the postoftice. The lobby has been used nt all hours in the clay by loafers, who were In the way of those attending Postmaster Lightto postal business. foot trys untircingly to keep the office clean aud safe tor the health of the people, aud every step he takes for the welfare of the public Is appreciated. Judge Layman and attendance. Commonwealth's Attorney Heurv Moorman were nt their posts and o'clock. opened court promptly nt The grand jury was impauutlled and instructed by Judge Layman. The business of the court proceeded until noon. Then the candidates for the vu. rieus State offices were given the court room to address the people in the interest of their claims for the DemoBig Crowd at the Show. cratic nominations In the August primary. Kvidently no hard times in aud The court house was packed to over 'iroutul Cloverport among the show boat flowing with enthusiastic hearers, and lovcts. They were all out to see F.tuer-sou- 's among them a goodly number of show Saturday night ami the large women. sale of tickets pleased the manager so, were the Hon. 12(1. J. The speakers he paid his advertising bill with deMcDermott and the Hon. J. W. New light. Many came from Tobius, man, candidates for Governor; Matt T. Stephens and the other ports near by. Cohen for Comtuissioner'of Agriculture; A number motored from the county seat. Uarksdale Hanilett, Gabe Llklns and The Cotton lllossoni next. Chas. W. Mllllken, candidates for Secretary of State. The speakers had marked attention v JP TiN" MJ' throughout and were liberally appluml-e- d It was a Democratic speaking and a Democratic crowd, and everybody went, home feeling better for having been present. As to how the voters would line up iu the primary no man could tell. 1 Dr. Willis G. Short, of Durant, Olsla., and Miss Fannie C. Green, of Louisville, were married recently in Fu Worth, Texas, nt the residence of Mrs, Mary McDauiel, a relative of the bride. The ceremony wus performed by 12. SI. Waits, pastor of the Christian church, at Ft. Worth. Dr. Short is at present State Drug Inspector for Oklahoma, and is a brother of Mrs. J. T. Miller, of Hartford. Hartford Heruld. Fifth Year's Service. The Rev. Haynes has returned home from the colored Methodist Conference and was returned to his church here for the fifth year. He has lots of religion and energy. wr w - ALFALFA HORSE AND MULE FEED lc rh Unct .md rlw-i 1 Patent Flour, per barrel Goldon Gruin, per barrel Corn Meal, per bushel .. 7 40 7 00 90 Wins Silver Cup. Murray llrown, of Hardinsburg, won the silver cup at the Annual Field Meet May 8, of the Western Kentucky State Normal over a large field of competitors The Hardinsburg boys are very proud of their "home man," for to capture this coveted honor means a lot, us it pronounces him the best athlete in the school of l.lsO students. Mr. llrown had to make a very high average in his studies to be eligible to enter this meet. He is a favorite among the students and very popular lu Howling Green. Write, call us by phone or come and see us about Lumber, Fertilizer and all kind of beeds. We.Pay Freight on 400 pounds or more Let us have your order sidered by experts to be the best food available for outre inbrood mares before and atter ioanng. gredients. Can be used as whole or part ration. By far the best feed for animals at hard labor. Thisfeodisumdoof Alfilfu Meal, Cracked Corn Outa, Cuno Moltissos tind Salt. H.fiO por coiit I1ir f((I VOI1 tV.Hl bllV. Is COI- 1- Graduates In Pharmacy. V. R. Parks, son of Dr. S. P. Parks and Mrs. Parks, ot Irvington, was graduated In the Louisville College of Pharmacy yesterday. The young man is receiving many congratulations on his graduation and the ability he bos attained,. Protein. 10 por cent ;uaraiitced. We are Daily Receiving Duplicate Orders h Try It and be Convinced McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady; Ky. $100,000 Fire. Pleasure vllle. Ky.. bad a $100,000 fire Monday nigbt. The fire originated in Mllin's livery stable and twenty horses were killed. No in the town. g' Heston, Whitworth & Company Cumberland Phone HartUnsburg, Kentucky facilities COMING 5 General Cotton Blossom Floating Theater CLOVERPORT, SATURDAY, MAY lStlr Presenting a Strong ct COMING Hear Our Feature Vaudeville Acts., Admission ........... O 25c c Reserved Sea s 10c and 25c extra Drama "THE WOMAN HE COULD NOT BUY" will be torpedoed exactly ns thoso of England, with tho exception that nn attempt will bo mado to glvo n warning in time for tho crew and passengers to escape. "I regret exceedingly," he said, "that American lives have been sacrificed, but I feci that tho Germans woro entirely Justified In sinking n csscl which was carry- The Peoples' Favorite Boat Show 'Marine a.Band' at 10:30 m. Concert it tha Rinr it 7:30 p. m, O&&t tfWMMIWW I90&t&i TRADE WITH CAPTAIN TURNER (Continued from page I yyy tfWW WMMVM fcL. ) Qucenstown seriously III, of whom 3'J nre passengers nnil 17 nro crow. Some of them will die. There nro Hi bodies In the morgues nt Qucenstown nnd of this number S7 bodies have been Identified, C5 from the passenger list nnd 22 from the crew. additional IdentificaThere were tions of the dead nt Queenstown. and among those who were established ns lost were Charles Plamondon of Chi-caDr. Orr Jacobus and C. T. Ilrod-cric11 Also a View of the Saloon of the Liner Lusltanla. L. McGAVOCK "Where Your Dollar Does Its Buy the following goods nnd well-know- ing war supplies intended for her Duty." n lino of CAPTAIN TURNER TALKS Lusltanla Not Blown Up by an Inter- ho plcnscd Tho body of .Madame Antolno Do Red Cross, was also picked out. Life Boats Capsized. No trace has been found of tho body of Alfred G. Vnndcrbllt nor of Llndon Baton. Jr., Justus Miles Foreman, tho writer, nor of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hubbard. SurvUora wno nr. rived nre confident that Mr. Vnndcr-bll- t Pase, wife of the head of tho Hoi-pla- n ontiy to get life belts. Tho ship wont down before they could possibly return. It Is tho belief of many, confirmed by tho reports of admiralty a and steamship exports, that tne herself cofllns hundreds of tho dead, and there Is serious dlorusslon whether an effort shall not be mado vmn of coal dust, water and dcbrli to blow ii j tho hull in some way to of nil kinds. I dashed into the cafo releass those bodios. She lies forty to Uma, tor (town cat Oii Uiuje fathoms below the surface, which ' Just makes it too far down for divers to mass of water, breaking down the think of working there or to give any outside awning. Some supposed this hopo to the Cunard line that sho nmv was sea water, but that Is impossible. Explosives, however, can It was undoubtedly the contents of be lifted. be placed in her, and this may be tho great water tanks taken up by tho explosion. I am sure only ono done. torpedo struck the Lusltanla. The ox plosion put out all lights. SURVIVOR SAW TORPEDO "Tho crew and some of tho pabscn-ger- s were now busy with the boats, No Panic Followed the Torpedoing of though tlicso proved of littlo use. the Lusltanla. London, May 10. Among the first There was no panic, Women and I nurvivors to nrrive in Loudon was Oli- children were given first chance. ver I Bernard. He had been in Amer- caw only one man clamber into a He reica for six months in connection with boat before it was lowered. opera. Ills fused to get out and n sailor struck a scheme for wife is tho well known English singer, him twice in the back with an ax. Tho Marconi operators wore woiklng Muriel Terry Bernard. tho emergency outfit, the main instalMr. Bernard said he linished lunchineon on the Lusltanla at a quailer lation having been put out of gear after 2 Friday afternoon and went stantaneously after tho torpedo exstraight to the veranda cafe, where ploded." Mr. Bernard tald that when tho Luhe leaned upon the starboard rail, looking forwaid. In a moment ho saw sltanla listed heavily he slipped into something above the smooth surface tho sea and managed to reac;i a boat. of tho sea. at a distance of from ISO Ho concluded: "When the Lusltanla to 200 yards It am the ship. At first went down sho caused scarcely any he thought it was a fish's tail, hut .ie vortex, but tho water boiled up in noticed the water seething a little great masses In tho sea around her, around it, and the idea struck him exactly like tho Niagara rapids. When that It might bo a poliKore. It wai the sen became smooth again wo then forward of the I.Uhitania's bows. could see hundreds of heads and arms Tho realization of wnat it actually of struggling victims on barrels, deck was had baldly crystalized in his chairs and all the flotsam and jetsam mind when he saw the torpedo start, that had remained of the Lusltanla it mado a frothy tracl. until tho very r.bovo the water." moment of imi act. WITHOUT WARNING "It seemed to bo Just trickling along," laid Mr. Bernard, "it was Lard to attempt to judge- - tho pace of Germans Will Continue to Sink Vessels Carrying Contraband. sik'Ii a thing coming towards one, but Now York. May 10. Dr. Bernhardt It seemed to be traveling about five knots an hour, it was fired just as neruburg, tic kaiser's personal repwe came level with tho submarine, resentative- in this country, announced and struck up between tho second and that the (icrmun submarines will conthird funii'.-ls- , under the forward cab- tinue to sink merchant vessels withins and the bridge. It seemed to mo out warning. Americana will bo safe, the torpedo nnift have penetrated Mated Mr. Dernburg, only If they conclean through. Then a terrific oxplo-plo- fine their travel to American vessels Inside blow light up through tho carrying no contraband. Ships of this country carr;. irz EontrMiaml. ho wild foer dPks. throwing un ;i Lusi-taniI I n perished. Another passenger gives some word on the Hubbards. They had conic on deck from the saloon after tho blow nnd then turned to go below, appar Itcenrding reports that tho Lusltanla was blown up by an Internal explosion, Captain Turner made this statement: "I havo heard that the Germans have already begun to spread the story that tho Lusltanla was probably sunk by an infernal machine from tho inside. This e is absolutely untrue. I saw tho of tho submarine and saw tho torpedo coming toward us through tho sea. I watched Its courso and followed its bubbling wako until it disappeared beneath our counter. You might say I saw tho torpedo strike the Lusltanla, and the next Instant tho explosion occurred." perl-scop- nal Explosion. Qucenstown, Mny 10, Peters Shoes, King Quality Shoes, Ball Band Rubbers, Buster Brown Hosiery, Kabo Corsets, Three Inches Double Column. Etc. Total 6 Inches RAID Liverpool GERMAN SHOPS Mobs Defy Police and Engage In Rioting. Liverpool, .Mny 10. Anger against Germany for the torpedoing of tho An ad liko this, one week in the Breckinridge News costs 90 cents. If inserted two weeks, CO cents n week. This advertisement fetishes 215 homes in Cloverport. In ovary homo there are two persons, four, live and six. Besides the pupcr goes into tho hotels and boarding houses. Besides reaching 1,000 or mote people in Cloverport, our papers go into tho hands of thousands outside of this town. This is why newspaper advertising is fur better than POSTER or CIRCULAR advertising. Not only less expensive but it reaches all the people. We believe in advertising. We get results from our own ads for The Brcckcnridsrc News and our Print Shop. Let us have your orders for an ad. Begin today. You will get interested in tho work and results of advertising. it will cost THE TOINIDAD - IAKE - ASPHALT gives lasting protection to all your buildings. The natural oils of this genuine asphalt keep Genasco from cracking and leaking. Genasco is easy to apply. Come see this roofing of real economy. Irvintou Hardware & Implement Co. VtMUL Mobs formed in tho streets nnd raidshops. Several were ed German-owneliterally pulled to pieces by tho infuriated rioters, their contents being l thrown ocr tho streets. Police strove Jsfc. ww imt WW in In vain to subdue the disturbers. Twenty persons were arrested. Tho remainder of the crowd attempted a rescue and In tho fighting which fol- member. Interment was in Union Star lowed tho police were forced to use cemetery. Besides her husband, Mrs. Plock leaves four daughters, nine their batons. grandchildren, besides n half sister, Mrs. Win. Kittermin, and one brother, LUSITANIA WAS ARMED Win. Resh. Her daughters are: Mrs Claim of German Government, Which Amos Whitworth and Mrs. George Issues Official Statement, Roberts, of near Stephensport, and Amsttrdam, .May 10. The German Mrs. John Kotch, of Tell City, Irid., government Issued the state home ment regarding the sinking of tho Miss Julia Ploch, who is in the with her father. Lusltanla: Mrs. Ploch will be greatly missed by "The Cunard liner Lusltanla was torpedoed Friday by a German sub- all who knew her. She was everybody's marine nnd sank. The Lusltanla was friend, and ever stood as a ministering naturally armed with ,guns, ns were angel at the bedside of any nnd every recently most of tho English mercan sufferer in her reach, and she seldom, , tile steamships. Moreover, as is W3I1 if ever, went but car known here, sho had largo quantities ried that, which she thought might be of war materials In her cargo. Her refreshing to them. Though unconowners, therefore, knew to what dan scious at the last, yet, I have no doubt, ger the passengers were exposed Thoy alone bear all tjio responsibility she beheld the Saviour beckoning her for what has happened. Germany, on on, and his promise to her to guide litr that led to the her part, loft nothing undone to re over the stepping-stone- s peatedly and strongly warn them other side. The imperial ambassador in WashingShe is not dead, only asleep. What ton even went so far as to mako a seems death is only transition, we public warning, so as to draw nlten shall see her no more on earth, but she tion to this danger. Tho English press left so many monuments of her at tho warning and relied on has sneered we cannot forget her. tho protection of the Britisli fleet to good works that "I will come again and take you to safeguard Atlantic travel." myself, that where I am, there ye may SAW VANDERBILT ON DECK be also." Through this tolling life our sister New York Millionaire Gave His Life Held a willing, helping hand, Belt to Young Woman. And strove to make the way seem London. May 10. In tho courso of pleasant, nn Interview Thomas Slidell of Now As she journeyed through the land. York said that Alfred G. Vanderbilt help was one of the last persons ho saw Her hand was e'er outstretched to us, on tho deck of tho Lusltanla ns tho With a pleasant word and smile, ship went down. Mr. Slidell said that Mr. Vanderbilt was standing on tho She gave a helping hand to others, deck of tho Lusltanla a few feet away And it was greatly worth her while. from him, that ho saw Mr. Vanderbilt We know that the Master must have take off a Hfo belt ho was wearing, good deeds and work to faBten it about n young woman and looked 011 her nu mou kuuu say, "Well none, walk oft In search of another. faithful servant, enter thou into the joy How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of of the Lord." Mrs. Ploch was an affectionate moth Her Stomach Trouble- er, a dutiful, loving wife, a kind, good "I suffered with stomach trouble for neighbor and a present help In time of yea is and tried 'everything I heard of, trouble. We all miss her. Rachel Ii. Witt Lay. but the only relief I got was temporary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Stephensport, Ky., April 27, 19i5. Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them at our drug store. I got Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days immediate relief from that dreadful Your druggist will refund money if PAZO to cure any case 01 ncning, heaviness after eating and from pain in OINTMIJNT falls Protnullnc Tiles in6tol4day9. niind.nieedlnv or the stomach," writes Mrs. Linda Har- The first application elves Vase nnd Uest. 50c. rod, I'ort Wnyne, Iud. Obtainable everywhere. TAKE 2,000 PRISONERS 1111 empty-handed- Lusltanla burst forth In a riot here. Write us at Once JNO. D BABBAGE.' Governor!.' Kv. V nw iimn m 1 iiiii niiiim in ' imwyi Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER , M ECONOMY fjjl fjj ftj B Kj! !! raised food. Calumet is made right to sell right to bake right. Ask one of the millions of women who use it or nsk your grocer. It insureswholesomcfood.tnsty that's one thin- - you arc looking for in these days of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder- But it does more. fill saving in your baking. 41jsjSp flTliiflliff jAJji'Miji received highest AWARDS World's Purs Food Exposition, Chicago, III. Paris Exposition. Frame. March, 1912. Wllf wlhftnftC!l V"ss7i ftsW!r flffitLj Ton don't ssre nosey vl yoa bay clean or tug-ctailor powder. Doa't be Billed. E07 Calomt. M XCt mors economic! more wholesome tires best results. Catnmet is iir sapeiior to soar BUtk ao4 soda. J 1 a I Good Residence near High School. L. BEARD, Fop Sale! LOUISVILLE, KY. A nice home at a bargain price. Also other city and farm property. C. Hardinsburg, Ky. Victoria Hotel Opposite Union Station T0RIAL, French Report Successes In Belgium off- Irvinntnn am Kentucky j and In France. Paris, May 10. The following icial communique war olllco: "Tho Germans mado an attack beThe sun has risen today on the new tween N'ieuport nnd tho sea. The atmade grave of Mrs. Philip Ptock. The tack was repulsed with heavy loss to Wo havo mado appreHoweis placed thereon by loving friends the Invaders. are withered, her pure spirit Is bloom ciable progress north of Arras, In tho ing in tho garden of heavenly bliss. direction of Ijoos, and south of We captured the vlllago of Mrs. 1'lock fell asleep In Jesus on the La Targetto and half tho village of twentieth of April, 101s, at the age of Neuvllle St. Voast. Our advnnco (i.t years, having been born In Harrison amounts at certain places to two and county, Ind., in I85I. Her funeral ser- a half miles. Wo made more than vices were conducted by her former 2,000 prisoners and took six. cannon. pastor, Rev. Jarboe, usslsted by Rev. In Champagne we ropulaed an attack Hoffman at the M. E. church at Union near St. Thomas, on the border of Star, Ky., of which she bad long been a the ArgoftB forest" Car-enc- was Issued by tho Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits putronago of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers Try A "News" Want Ad, PROCEEDINGS Of "Clean Up and Paint Up.4' By WALLACE GOLDSMITH. NOW 30TD . C hoc hoe 3NIOI the Breckenridge County Fis cal Court at Its April Term, .SEG WllAT 1915. At a regular term of the Fiscal Court, began nnd held tit the Court House it. Hardlnsburg, Ky , in nnd for Hrcckeu-ridg- e county, Kentucky, on Tuesday, April the 6th, J915. Present: Hon. I). I). Dowell, presiding judge of the lircckenridge County Court, and the following Justices of the l'eace: r, J. J. Kcennn, Abe Ilelinett, W. V. and D. C. Heron, being S. D. Cox all of the Justices of the Peace in Commission except Ksquire C. K. Robbins of the First Magisterial District. It is ordered by the Court that D. C. Heron, H. C. Murray and A. T. Heard be, and they are hereby appointed n Committee of this Court to draft suitable resolutions upon the death of Milton of lircckenridge counMiller, ty. It is ordered by the Court that the following claims be, and they are hereby allowed: $2t$ 00 J. M. Lewis, claim Itemized 6 00 C. W. Hamnian, pauper coffin... 7 69 Globe Refining Co. , floor oil Green Ilros. , books for indigent 3 '4 children 600 Alf Taylor, pauper coffin Henry Cannon, Commissioner 5 days in Ilornback's Mill 5 bridge Willis & I.eiinon, publishing Fiscal Court proceedings, &c, 38 25 claim itemized Meador The claim of Dr. R. d for medical attention Mary Adkissou, pau per, for f 10.50, is licreny al55 lowed in the sum of Claim for vital statistics was presented to the Court in the sum of 455.5- - 11 is ordered and directed by the Court that the Sheriff take up said vouchers and iliat he be allowed credit for the same in . . . f t. i Wis Tmnual settlement, same 10 ue pain out of the I9I5 levy. D. S. Richardson, furnishing for Max-teff V furn-ishede- TUB HUMAN TMiVf CAN PO 1Z rACu Ci-- S J- itmty tub XT- -P s - S&W&$:Ji yT. y ' 1 Notice of Sale! In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky In the Matter of Abel Gillingwator, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy At about the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on The 29th Day of May, 1915 Vil lI- SATURDAY to-w- it: - ' tomorrow morning at o'clock a m D. D. Dowell, J. B. C. At a regular term of the Itrockln-rldg- e County Fiscal Court, continued and held in nnd for llrcckinndge Coun ty, at the Court House! In H.nrdlnsburg, Ky., on Wednesday, April the "th, i0i."j. Present: Hon. D. D Dowell, prosld-Judg- c and following named Justices of the Peace, J. J. Keenan. Abe Uennett, W. W. Baxter, S D. Cox and D. C. Heron, being all of the Jus! t: 'N. H. C. C. Hoard.... Martin... Cutter. W. T. Norris.. 2 00 5 20 2 00 4 30 2 00 4 .'iO Ernost Meador V. P. on the premises to be sold herein, which is about three miles from Irvington, Kentucky, the undersigned Trustee in Bankruptcy will sell at public outcry the following described real and personal property belonging to the Komlne W. ti. Tinius Loeb Trent above named bankrupt, 2 00 Hudson. Mc H. Qulggins D D. Carter 15 5 paupers, itemized Came Arthur T. Heard, Sheriff of Breckenridge county, for himself and his deputies, and presented in open court a list of erroneous assessments in the Railroad Taxing District of Breckenridge county in thesumof j4,i2r,4ooat25ccnts on the $100, making a total of $103.03 It is now ordered and directed by the Court that the Sheriff aforesaid be the sum of 5103 03, the same to credited to the Railroad Fund in his be tices of the l'eace in Commission, except Esquire C. E. Hobbins of the First Magisterial District It is ordered by the Court that the following claims be .allowed to Election Ollicers for the November i9i4 Election and also for Houses In which said election was held. Hardlnsburg No. 1. 83 00 M. IS. Mattingly W E. Henninger 3 00 2 00 Wm. Dellaven 8 00 G. A. Wright Hardlnsburg No. 2. 2 00 Taylor Beard 2 00 J. A. Qulggins...... S. W. C.Mercer Alook. 2 00 2 00 1 00 4 00 4 9O 2 CO 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 oO 4 40 4 .(0 2 00 10 Hogs, Mules, Corn Farming Implements, J. Ballman Shredded Fodder, Corn, Buggy and Other Personal Property. Also will sell Five Iraets of land and said Bruce Moorman settlement. It is further ordered and adjudged V. G. Goodman that the said Sheriff, Arthur T. Heard, Marshall Norton be and he is, hereby allowed an exonera-Uo- s Hardlnsburg No. 3. 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 '2 00 jhlat he be credited and allowed in his Sam Marshall settlement with the county, the follow- C. E. Kobblns ing amounts: D. S. Miller School Fund 161.79, Uo&(1 nml bridge Hardlnsburg No. 4. Fund $20249, General F.xpense Fund J. h. Ball $145 61, the said amounts being the Guy Jolly 8 amount of taxes on the aforesaid Hubert DeJarnette afore mentioned. Paul Shrewsberry It is further ordered that the said Balltown. Sheriff, Arthur T. Heard, also be allowed B. F. Frank a credit in his settlement with the county of 127 tithes which was erroneously Alf Hawkins assessed, and that he be credited in his Geo. H. Newman T. M. Bates settlement as follows: Cloverport No. 1. Fund H27, General Expense School Fund $127, Road and Hridge fund 63 50. D. E. Chapin It is further ordered that the said Ar- J.V.Carter thur T. Heard, Sheriff aforesaid, be al- J. A. Waggoner. lowed a credit in his settlement with the Joe Beavln county of 229 Road Overseers at 50 cents Cloverport No. 2. each, making a total of $149.50, same to Geo. N. Harris be credited to the General Fxpense K. T. Polk fund. W. B. Allen This day came Arthur T. Heard, H. L. Stader Sheriff of Hreckenridge county, together Cloverport No. 3. II. Carman, V. C. with his deputies, J. Pate, W. H. Gibson and A. J. Dye, who P. E. Marsch after being duly sworn according to law, K. A. Pate turned into and presented to Court their C. G. Brabant list of delinquents for the year 1914, as W. V. Perkins $80,-50- on 8o,89S erroneously assessed, and T. Z. Allen J. W. Carman Curtis McCoy Homer Pile ricDanlelj. Zennes Clark Pal GamerT H. A. Cannon. T. J. .Moore for use and benefit of C. V. Robertson Glen Dean. B. A. Whlttlnghill T. N. Fentress IS J. Seaton W. R. Moorman, Jr Rockvali. W. W. Baxter II. F. Hall W J Robertson 4 10 2 00 4 ::o 1 :;o 2 00 2 00 Ira Burton follows t: First District 302, Second District I32, Joe Stewart Third District 157, Fourth District 198, V. II. Gibson Fifth District I06, Sixth District 2)9; P. M. Basbam making a total of 1,144. Wm. Gilbert Upon motion of Squire Hennett, secUnion Star, onded by Squire Haxter, it is ordered that the aforesaid delinquent lists be al- G. IS. Shellman lowed the said A. T. Heard, Sheriff, and Roy H. Bassctt the Commissioners appointed to settle J. M. Rollins with the Sheriff for the county, are R. M. Cart flooleyvllle. hereby directed to credit the said Sheriff in their settlement for said delinquents II. G, Vessels for the year of 1914, the amount of de- G. B. Cunningham linquents 1,144 t $2,50 each, making a E. F. Egart total of $2,S6o, same to be credited on J. G. Brodle his settlement as follows: Webster. School Fund 1,144, General F.xpense Mike Lyddan Fund $1,144, Road District Fund $572. It is ordered by the Court that the J. L. Parks following claims be, and they are hereby II. U. Norton allowed; same to be paid out of the 1914 Berry Norton Irvington. levy: T. Heard, claim as Sheriff's A. O. Marshall fees, itemized $336 33 Matt P. Payne W. H. Gibson, Deputy Slierill's fees, itemized ; ... . ti uye, t A. J. ucjjiuy 11 ouerui . Stephensport. .,. 84 50 J. B. C.L. Herndon Winn '. Bewleyvllle. W. W. Keith Chas. Ulanford Z. T. Stitb Mil. UAnnri Siharlff'a 7O 00 fees, Itemized J, B. Carman, Deputy Sheriff's 73 00 few, itemized On iftotloa duly made and seconded. It U ordered that Court adjourn until f 9 w R. J. Cain J. Big Spring. W. Hufflnw 2 00 Custer, Custer Lodge 200 3 60 Hudson, Jesse Robinson 2 00 3 60 Mook, Pile Bros 2 00 2 00 McDaniels, Dr. J. jj. Hart 2 00 3 (10 Glen Dean, IS. h, Robertson.... 1 50 2 00 Rockvale, Mrs. McCart This day came Dennie Sheerau, 2 00 of lircckenridge county, and pre3 00 sented in open Court, n claim which was duly itemized, which claim discloses the 2 00 fact that said Dennie Sheerau did, dur3 00 ing the years of 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913 2 00 overpay the School Fund of Hrecken3 00 ridge county in the sum of $805.28, and that said county is now owing said 2 00 Sheeran out of said fund to reimburse 4 40 him for said over payment the said sum 4 10 of $805.28, whereupon on motion duly 2 00 made, seconded and carried it is ordered that said claim for said amount be allowed him, to be paid out of and charged 2 00 to said fund. .'i 20 On motion Ksquire Heron, seconded 5 20 by Esquire Keenan, the vote being tak2 00 en the motion carried, it is ordered that the appointment of Dr. R. I', Kuuuccke Stock Inspector of Hreckenridge 2 00 as 2 00 county made by Judge D. D. Dowell, 011. 3 CO December the 2nd, 1914, be, and the 3 00 same is confirmed, and that he be allowed a salary of $15 per month from December 2, 1914, until December 2, 10 4 aud thereafter until his successor 4 4O 1915, is appointed nnd qualified or until said 2 00 appointment is vacated by un order of 2 00 this court. In re Horubeck's Mill Hridge. 2 00 On written motion, tendered in open 4 30 court by the Fiscal Court of Grayson 4 30 county, moved that the Hreckenridge 2 00 Fiscal Court proceed with the construction of the bridge at Horubeck's Mill 5 20 (Continued on pge 7) Houses for November 1914 Election. :s 00 Hardlnsburg No. 1 City Hall. 2 00 Hardlnsburg No. 2 Bank of 2 00 Hardlnsburg 3 00 2 00 Hardlnsburg No. 3 R. G. Gard- 3 00 ner 3 40 Hardlnsburg No. 4 J. O. Hook 3 00 2 00 2 00 Balltown Fred Frank 2 00 3 10 Cloverport No. I Proctor Keith 2 00 2 00 Cloverport No. 2 AbnerDent.. 2 00 Cloverport No. 3 P. E. Scott.. 2 00 Stephensport, City Hall 2 00 2 00 Union Star, H. L. Bruner !) f'O 2 CO Mooleyville, E. F. Egart 3 60 2 00 Webster, Dr. T. J. Hendrick.. 2 00 2 00 Irvington, City of Irvington... Bewleyvllle. W. W. Keith 2 00 2 00 Dig Spring, John Richardson... 200 2 00 tracts will be sold first separately and then as a whole and the manner realizing the more money the sale will he made. Tract No. 1 contains 57 acres, more or less; tract No. 2 contains 43 acres, more or less; tract No. 3 contains 44 acres, more or less; tract No. 4 contains 146 acres, more or less, and tract No. 5 contains 40 acres, more or less. The above five tracts of land are adjoining and com- prise the farm on which the above named bankrupt lives. The personal property will be sold for Cash, the real estate on a credit of Six and Twelve months in equal installments, payable to the Trustee. The purchaser will execute bonds therefor with approved security and the bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment, but the purchaser will have the right to pay cash therefor or to pay the said bonds before maturity with interest to the date of payment. A particular description of the real estate and of all personal property will be furnished by the Trustee upon application. Iie The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Go. Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Estate of Abel Gillingwator, Hardlnsburg, Kentucky W - 9 THE BRECKENRIDGE lamed Every Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. U. BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher kind to dumb animals, tho better vro want to treat them. It is expected tho day will meet with great success, especially in communities where special attention is given to the wolfaro of animals. CLEAN-UP DAY FOR CLOVERPORT. Day for Cloverport. Posters Tomorrow. Mav 13. is Clean-UCLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915 were sent out by C. W. Ilnminin, Ainyqr, and Paul Lewis, Clerk, that the city will have wagons to remove all trash, ashes, tin cans, provided they are placed where tho wagons can drive to get them This is not only an nppeal, but an order and if not complied with, tho State Hoard of Health will bo called on to make nn inspection of HUSIXK5S LOCALS 10c jicr line, nnd 6c for ench additionnl our city. To save expense nnd to prevent illness, the citizens should insortion. Everybody will certainly show their appreciation of the CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for nt tho rate of wagons by getting tho rubbish ready for them. While burning pa 10 cents per lino. per, people should watch it with care, ns caution is our only protec OBITUARIES charged for nt the rate of 5 cents per lino, money tion against fire. in advance. An nttractivo volumn has been received containing tho history of Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please the Hardin Family in tho early settling of Kentucky. Tho book was notify us. years ago. Tho family here written by Jack Hardin, Jr., thirty-Hvdealt with arc tho descendant of Martin Hardin, who left Franco in SCHOOL ENTHUSIASM. Tho story 1 72 and came to America and married nn English girl. On account of tho interesting commencements being held by the will be lend with special interest by tho Ilardins in Meade, Hnrdin graduating classes of 1915, school enthusiasm is at a high pitch nil and Breckcnridgc counties. Tho book is published by tho Baptist over tho state. The school boards, the teachers nnd the pupils have World Publishing Company, Louisville. never received so much encouragement as has been given them by School arc attaining a better the public in general this spring. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company in their trust derating, school buildings are being better equipped and tho attendance partment arc showing u lot of business. This department of the of all the rural and city schools shows more earnestness on tho part bank is growing in leaps and bounds. People, who have estates to of the children and the parents. Tho prominent young men of the state be taken care of and wound up in a sitisfactory way and according to nrc taking nn active interest in the schools of their towns. At the law, nic finding out that this is the safest plan. Lhe Hank of HarLivcrmoro commencement, Dr. H. J. Heard, chairman of the board dinsburg & Trust Company is an institution in nil of its of education of that place, announced that the liquidation of the debt departments. on their handsome school building would be attended to at that time unci m ten minute-- i live and ten dollar subscriptions poured in so fa- -t S. Rosenblatt, of Hawesville, recently shipped from that place that all hopes were realized. The debt was paid, which made a pill) one hundred and thirty cases of eggs, making a total of 3.1)00 dozeiw to the amount of S,0i)0, given by the citizens of lie npilt i:t,ifi ult, naA for this nroduce amounted to S5S5. The May the schools of; Clarion say: "Surely tho man who said that tobacco is king in Livormorc and that vicinity within two years. our state tench the young men that the greatest work they can do is jiancoc- - vvill bo bound to admit that eggs bring more money into the 'county than i.ny single crop produced from the soil." Can this bo to help the public institutions of iheir homo town and cities. said of Breckcnridgc county CLOVKKPOHT'S EXAMPLE. Kifty-.-imiles of rses will bo seen at Portland, Ore , this suma is "In having a seues ot health lectures, to the Exposition at San Francisco. One hundred mer by the precedent that has never been known of any other town, said Dr. thousand rose bushes wore planted along the way. Ten miles of Pope, of Louisville, Sunday night. "Where the name of Clovcrport roses between Ihrdinsburg nnd Clovciport would bo beautiful. stands will bo a golden spot on the map." While tho citizen-hav- e been taking a deep interest in the lectures, they have possibly not Fifteen dollars has been paid in foi city taxes in Clovcrport for realized that Clovcrport has a now movement that may lie followed 1915. The man who pays his taxes early and gets that debt oil' his by other town-- . Many cities have been lir-- t in Civic Beauty Cam- - hand- - is a good manager. I J ll 111 I paigns, Stamping out illiteracy, uoou noaa- - niuiumg aim oiner pop- Clovurport has listened ular activities. During the last three weeks "Liquor must go to save the child. "E tho State of "Liquor takes out of society the C. H. S. with teachable minds to the most prominent bravest, the brainiest and brawniest and of measles and Kentucky. While the town may not get best of men." scarlet fever, the people are glad to have seen and known the-- o men "Louisville has 700 salooug and nearly First Annual of Cloverport High they read about in the newspapers. Their lectures have been an every one of them are owned by brewj School Published by Class of ing companies." education that is worth having one that prevents illness if people - follow Clovcrport in giving a serie- - of will use it. If other town'There is one saloon in Louisville to 1915. every fifty drinking men." will be greatly benefited. heulth lectures, they p mil EIGHT PAGES. W iu ntft iWJLn -G o r Tvum 1 THE "BOSS" WANTS MEN IN HIS EMPLOY WHO HAVE KIND IF YOU WERE THE BOSS. THEY ARE EARNEST MEN LOOKING OUT FOR THE FUTURE; THEY ARE NOT LEFT OFF OR DISCHARGED. THE BOSS HAS A FELLOW-FEELINFOR THESE MEN HE USED TO BANK HIS MONEY; THAT'S HOW HE BECAME BOSS. BANK YOUR MONEY. INCREASE YOUR BALANCE. BANK BANK ACCOUNTS. YOU WOULD PREFER THAT e WITH US Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. sub-crinti- THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG X TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. x rs Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Quality" . I 1 1 Cloverport, Ky. phy-icians- in well-quic- THE PLACE OF k Quantity and Satisfaction IN... vivai. Taylor, like other boys at ten years, is just at that; "Gun age,"' when tiring a shotgun is fir greater pleasure than obey- printed at The Hreckenridge News office ing father. Unless parents are more careful with pistols and other and they will be given away to school Say Precautions Taken Were Not they will continue to sillier the consequences. To rear a patrons. is saner and safer than rearing him child with the fear of a Up to the Standard. with the fear that he might need one and he should know how Jo o it. Messages of the Flying Squadron Little William . fire-arm- "You can't say one good thing about Have you seen the C. II. S annual? The class of 1915 has published an an-- , a saloon and when it is as badas that its CMlELKdSXESS WITH FIKKAKMS. nual. the first in the history of C. II. S. solution isn't hard to find," William Taylor, ton year old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tay- - The booklet is very effective and invit- lor, of near Murray, Ky.. aimed a shotgun at the face of llis live 'ig. Hesides the school material it con- Ho-iand lired, completelv tearing awav the cl.ild's Ja," a Mmu--- 01 ycar-ol! with the class . men . X : I he father, returning from hunting, head above the lower jaw. by pjaciK n aa in the annual. The placed the gun in a corner, instructing the lad not to plaj" with it. ads are all woith while and speak well SURVIVORS CHARGE Just "playing war" led the child to disobedience. Tho accident for those who advertised. The jokes in shows that men and women cannot bo too careful with firearms, the annual, gotten up by Miss Rosa INEFFEGIENGY ; i d si-te, Building Material, Building Hardware, Subscribe Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. . Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline j &'.' . . Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. tire-ar- u-- "IJK KIND TO ANIMALS" WEEK. organization that is touring the country This year is the lirst time "Ho Kind To Animals" Week will bo in the interest of national prohibition, three days campaign in Louisville. observed all over the United States by humane socities, churches and held aof Some the messages from noted speakother organizations. EJitors, school teachers, clergymen, humani- ers are as follows: tarians and all persons who can give aid to this work arc already "The time has come for every editor ... ,i su n: .1 uu .. intuitu .!,:.. ....... uuiuia uuu ciiuunois to be urged to reject liquor advertiseutvu ii U):u;uiuns limiting uiuii ments." of industry. The week from May 17 to May 23 will bo to is Many churches have already appropriated Sunday, Mny 2:5, for' "Kvery editor in Kansas no opposedreagood liquor traffic, and . Wo have always been deeply intoicsted in the cam-- son why every there isin the United special service-editor paign for kind treatment to animals. Tho more wo learn how to be States should not be." : , 1 The Flying Squadron of America, an EAT BARK, London, May 10. George A. Kess-letho American wine merchant, arrived In London with twenty-ninother survivors of the Lusitania, Mr. Kessler was accompanied by his wife, who met him at Holyhead. Mr. Kessler added his testimony to tho stories of others on tho r, e unpre-parednc- LIVE IN CAVE. 111 . d. 1 "Clean Up and Paint Up" for Homes and Towns Beautiful " " ot the ship's crew for that particular emergency. "Inefficiency" was tho word he used. That the boats fell, that they overturned In the water, that the ropes of davits snapped, wero somo of his charges. Mr. Kessler was asked If he knew anything of tho fato ot Alfred G. Van- derbllt. "I am certain he perished," was his reply. He had identified tho body of Charles Frohman in tho little temporary morgue at Queenstown. Ho was also asked how long It was be-- 1 twoen the BtrlUlng of the torpedoes and tho sinking of tho ship. "Exactly fifteen minutes," was tho emphatic answer. The Lusitania was struck at 2:15 o'clock Friday afternoon and sank at 2:30. When tho thirty survivors arrived nt Kuston station tho Americans wero met by Ambassador Page and his secretary and attaches, J. It. Carter and I. 1). Laughlin. Thoy were there to tender every posslblo aid to tho men and women, who camo In mostly penniless, all of them In borrowed clothing, somo of whom still had their Hto belts. Dr. Howard Fisher of New York, who was rescued after being In tho water three hours, said that tho taken by tho Lusitania were not up to the standard. Ho said: "I do not see how cither the Cunard company or tho admiralty can hold themselves freo from blame for this tragedy. Tho authorities allowed a great ship, loaded with valuable cargo, to proceed through known dangerous wators without a single torpedo boat ns a convoy. I can not say that either discipline or precautions were up to tho standard." Fats of Farmer and Two Daughters, Victims of Big Jinx, ISenvlllo, Ark. A man named Ew-lu- g has been found living In a eavo flvo miles east of hero with his two daughters, ten and eight years old. When discovered their clothes wero worn to strings, and, according to tho children, they had subsisted on tho bark of trees for ten days. Tho older of these said: "Wo haven't seen a piece of bread for mora than n month." Five years ngo Ewing was n well to do farmer. First his stock began to die. By the end of n year ho owned only one cow and no other property. Two years ago his wife, who was tho ruling spirit 011 tho farm, died, nnd sis ' mouths later she was followed by their only son and tho only grown daughter. This left tho old man nlouo with tho two small children. j lint tho real climax camo about seven mouths ngo, when his houso nnd nil It contained were destroyed by Ore. Ho then sold tho cow and disappeared. No effort to And him was made, for when the neighbors had offered to help him In his troublo he became nngry nnd exclaimed: "No, I cnnuot accept any gifts. No Kwlng lms"yet over stooped so low 11s to beg. and may God grant that I am not tho first to do so." , Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. St. Louis Live Stock Market. National Stock Yards, 111., May 10, Special. Cattle receipts 2,500. Market active and 10 to 15 cents higher 011 all killing stuff. Stock cattle steady to 10 cents lower. Hog receipts 7,500. Market higher; top $7. 75, but closed with the advance lost. The bulk of the good hogs sold from $7.60 to $7.70; roughs $6.85 to Pigs no to I40 pounds $7.25 to $7.60. Light pigs $6.50 to $7.15. Sheep receipts l,6oo. Lambs 25 cents higher. Top clipped lambs 9.25; top springers $li.5o. Sheep string; clipped sheep frr.25; bucks $6. National Live Stock Commission Co. i. $7-2- "Why Fear Death?" Asks Charles Frohman as the Lusitania is Sinking. , , Clean Up Thursday London, May 10. "Why fear death? It is the most beautiful adventure In HIRES PRISONER TO WIFE. life," wero the last words of Charles Frohman beforu he went dowu with tha Wards of Wisconsin Sheriff Earn Lusitania according to Miss Rita Joll-ve- t, For Their Families. an American actress with whom he Jnncsvlllc, Wis. Letting out his pris- was talking calmly just before the end oners to work for wages that go to came. their families Instead of making them Miss Jollvet, who was among the '"""mcr stones, u. b. mppie. uock county sheriff, is demonstrating tho survivors taken to Queenstown, said'l she and Mr. Frohman were standing ouJ possibilities of tho Wisconsin commitdeck as the Lusitania heeled over. ment law. During tho two years tho statuto has They decided not to trust themselves been in forco $10,775.83 has been earn- to lifeboats, although Mr. Frohman beed by tho prisoners In this county. Of lieved ti.e ship this amount dependents of paroled perIt was after reaching this decision sons received $10,370.81 and tho county that he declared he bad no fear of $1,210.4L One man was paroled for a year to death. $10,-376.- J S.ffhmnTduct R clothM vnaBiBg Read the Want Ads. ,1 a "J ' SA Breckenridtfe News WEDNESDAY, MAY. 12, 1915 LUSITANIA SUNK BY GERMAN TORPEDOES; A as Tooth for a Tooth Entered nttlie l'oOmiceatGloTorport, Ky m second cU matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE 1,000 "The LIVES LOST about ten miles off of the Old Head of Klniale on the Inst leg of her voynge to Liverpool when, about 3 Vclock in the afternoon a submarine suddenly np penred, and, so far 11s nil reports go, fired two torpedoes without warning nt the steamer. One struck Her near the bows, and the other In the engine room, causing n terrific explosion. Almost immediately great volumes of water poured through the openings and When your natural teeth h.ive passed beyond the condition that they cannot he preserved by filling, then the substitution of a IMPORTANT NOTICE! Hcpjiiii'tu! on tomorrow 111 GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 3RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES BATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct mid city Offices For County Offices For State anil District Offices. For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression of Individual views per line f ...f 16.00 f 2.50 5.00 10 10 10 Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L Effective March No. 142 Cunard liner London, May LuMtanla, which sailed out of New YorK Inst Saturday with more than 2,000 souls aboard, lies at the bottom of the ocean off the Irish coast. She was sunk bv n German .subma rine, which sent two torpedoes crashing Into her side, while the passengers, who were seemingly confident the great, swift vessel could elude the German underwater craft, were having lunch. How many of the Lusltanla's passen gers and crew were rescued cannot be told at present, but official statements from the British udmirelty up to mid night accounted for not more than 5OO or COO. The ship's steward, who landed with others at Queenstown, gave it as his opinion that 000 persons were lost. There were dead and wounded among those brought ashore; some since have died, but not n name of the rescued or lost has been listed. The Lusitania was steaming nlon, irninj; wo will ivt' Travel Slips with ovcry . Gold or is Porcelain Crown Cash Purchase Only the Lusitania listed. The boats which already had been swung out on ner davits, were dropped overboard and were speedily filled with passengers, who were appalled by the desperute attack, and the wireless call for help was sent out. Immediately rescue boats of all kinds were sent out from neighboring points nloug the coast and Queenstown. The lives of Alfred G. Vanderbllt, Mr. and Mis. Klbert Hubbard and Mr. Charles Frohman, prominent American", were lost. the proper tiling. They are among the higher achievements of thedeiitnl profession and arc the most serviceable of any work in dentistry. We can do some guaranteed work along this line. Sec us. Thu Travel Slip System of cash rebate is the hio&t modern and tip premium used by successful business houses in larpj cities. Travel Slips arc ood for travel on nny railroad or steamship lino in America and arc given nt the late of One mile for $1.00 purchase One-ha- lf mile for 50c purchase One-four- th One-tentOne-twentie- W. A. WALKER DENTIST h th Hardinsburg, Ky. Office mile for 25c purchase mile for 10c purchase mile for 5c purchase oer Bank ol Hardinsburg & Trust Co. 15, 1915. 10:15 A. M 12:10 P. Jl 4:M P. Jl 5:411 1'. M M 7:10 3:07 A. Jl EAST HOUND ft Arrlvlnc Irvlnstnn Arrlvlne Wmlsvllle NO. 144 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlns Irflmrtnn Atrivlwr No. 140 will leave Clovcrcort Arriving Irvlnnton will leave Cloverport.... . mis A. M, NEXT WEEEK IS G. H. S. W a. n t s . ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONC CENT I'ER WORD Fnr Sale liny I If you don't want to save them to travel on, you can use them as admission tickets at the AMKKICAN TIIKATKK two miles for admission and four miles for one full admission, or Travel Slips are worth 21c CASH for each mile if you send them to THK AMERICAN TRAVEL SLIP CO., Louisville, Ivy. one-half Wc give Travel Slips on Everything Except Sugar, Flour, School Books l. Niitk- - Advertisers pliiii notify tlm fill tor when you w.int advi rtlserr.i tit illseontlnneil 5:31 A. M WEST UUUND No, 141 will leave Cloverport. Arrlvlne Owenslmro Arriving Henderson . Arriving Evunsvllle Arriving St. Louli irnvinKi'wi-iisoui- No. 143 will Icnvu Cloverport . No. 143 No. 11 Arriving Henderson Arriving Evunsvllle will leave Cloverport Arrlvlne Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle Arriving St. Louis will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . S:3il P. 0:55 P. M. 10:15 P. M. 11:3SP. M, 12:15 A.M. . Ucgitiiiini; Sunday night, with the nt the Methodist 13:01 1'. St. baccalaureate sermon 14:3s . M, church, commencement week of the I S3 P.M. A live 7:13 P.M. Cloverport High School begins 7:?4 P.M. school spirit will be manifested through-' M, A.M. out the town. Several of the merchants arc planning to decorate their windows and stores in the I915 class colors, pur- pie anil white. Jessie Tbornhill's Imhy who has been J. C. NOLTE & BRO. i CLOVERPORT, KY. g tm . . pir ton. is thought to be some better FOIt SAI.Kv At v : sabsolutely mm her one I lit ISWA.M, vaudeville and specialties that surpass very sick, clean rut. in.it ti S. English. 2:05 A. Mi any heretofore attended in a river at this time. cured nnd lull up right.--I- I. 7:40 A. M, Amnions, iy. betides nil the stepj in latest Mrs. I.ina Ilorsley is confined to her 0:30 A. M, show, 7:40 A. M. dances by richly gowned ladies. For Sale Cow and Calf Don't bed with white swelling, ami her friends 0:00 A. Jl, OH SAM' A good tnlleli iwal butter cow miss this splendid show boat and its are very uneasy about her condition old with viiiiiil' i"tlf. Jer four strong drama. Miss Hattic Tabor, accompanied by sey. l'rli'O sM. W. .1. Owen, llnrdtushurg. IvY.. K. I. 1 Woman He Could Not Buy." With EADY FOi? BUSINESS! Wo arc now ready to serve you in anythinir in our line such as frrersonai ycli I r rarayidpua J Dies in Owensboro About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States In- That are Far Away. Society Notes Funeral Yesterday Held in Cloverport Afternoon. fr r Mrs. Robert Pierce went to Louis ville Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams spent Monday in Louisville. Miss Mary Nevitt, of liasin springs, is the Ruest of Miss Mary Gibson. Mrs. Waller O'Xeil and children are visiting relatives in Metropolis, Il. Mrs. Frank English will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Miss Jessie Kiuhrine Plank, of Owenr- boro, was the guest or Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Plauk for the week end. Steirett Havnes was in from the West last week and was the guest of Mrs. John C. Jarboe and other rela tives. The county examination will be held here Friday and Saturday at the Clo verport High School for the eighth grade pupils. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Fairleign, of Louisville, went to Hrandenburg to at tend the funeral of their niece, Mrs. Warren B. May. Mrs. John D. Babbage went to Louis ville to hear the temperance lectures by Charles M. Sheldon, author of "In His Steps," at the Fourth Avenue Bap' tist church. Mrs. Babbage was the Go." guest of Miss Addie G. Ditto and Mrs Highest market price paid for wool in Mrs. Tabor was 29 years old. She Fairlelgh. cash. I'M Alexander. leaves a husband, two children, Paul and Miss Ollie Macy, who has been very Orem, a mother, three sisters and five Cotton Blossom Show sick, is thought to be improving. brothers. She was a member of the Best of All River Shows. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hell, of Irving-to- Christian church, holding her memberwere week end guests of her sister, ship at West Point, Ky. The Cotton Blossom Floating Theater Funeral services were conducted by Mrs. D. II. Smith, at Ilensley. Mr. is billed for n performance at Clover and Mrs. Hell left Saturday evening for Rtv. C. L. llruiiigtott from the Baptist port, Saturday night, May Is. The She was laid to rest by the home church Cotton Blossom needs no introduction Redfield, Iowa, to make their there in the future. Their many friends ide of her little toy, Wilbur, in the to people of Cloverport. Every one midst, Garfield cemetery. will remember the highly creditable regret to lose them from their Much sympathy is felt for the stricken and wish them success in their new performance they gave here last year, family in their bereavement. home. They have a better show this year, pre Mr. Robert Weathetford and daugh- Cures Old ::r::, utter Reddles Won't Cora senting a strong four act drama, "The ter, Miss Bessie II., visited Miss Nannie The worst cases, no nutter r.f how long standing, n, The body of John W. Pauley, who Sunday died suddenly in Owensboro evening, was brought to Cloverport r, Monday morning to the home of his Mr. Pauley's Mrs. Sam Furrow. death was due to heart trouble which struck him only a few minutes before he died Mr. Pauley was born in Bracken-ridg- e county and was a member of a n family. lie was years old and was engaged in the horseshoeing business in Owensboro. Fletcher, Tillman and Thomas Pauley, his three brothers, were here for the funeral which was held from the Furrow FREDTABOR home j esterday afternoon. The services were conducted by the Rev. K. O and the burial took place in the Dies at Her Home at Garfield A large number Cloverport cemetery. Younn Mother Called Sud of relatives and friends were in attendance to pay the last loving tribute to the denly. deceased. Mr. Pauley leaves his wife and two Special. J Garfield, Ky., May 10. daughters Misses Kthel and Hortense Mrs. Fred Tabor died May 4 from local Pauley. blood poison. Her death came as a great shock to her friends for she had Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly only been sick a very few days. She The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, was unconscious most of the time, but GROVU'S TASTKLliSS clilll TONIC, drives out Jl alarla. enriches the blood .ami builds up the sys- even to the last called to her loved ones tem. A true tonic. Tor adults aud children. 50c aud sang a number of songs, among the last were: "The Old Account Was Set GARFIELD. led Long Ago," aud, "I Am Ready to sis-fewell-know- n forty-seve- Mr Dennis fojier was called to Hardinsburg Wednesday to be with his brother, Will Sopcr, who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Willis prank and baby, Alfred Prank, were guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Ilorsley Sunday, A splenpid rain fell Thursday night the best we have had in about two I'armers are feeling more months. hopeful over their crop prospects now. Most all the corn is planted in this community, but a good deal of damage is being done by cut worms. Miss Denton, of I.eitchfield, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Cora Priest, her cousins, the Misses l'rench, of near Lodiburg, attended Mrs. l'red Tabor's funeral here last Wednesday. Mrs Klla Mattingly spent Sunday in Hauesville, the guest of her mother, Mrs. Margret Price. For Sale - Jersey Cows "30H SAMC TwoJethey cows. One heifer and line live voars old: line to calve t month, Hugh llurdtiwiiy, Huston, Ky. m-- Ice Cream, Ices, Candy. Cakes. Pies,. Bread and all Kinds of Fresh Fruits Special Attention to SPECIAL ORDERS. Aiiytliinj: in the licusc delivered at any linic of day Fresh Line of Cigars anil Smoking Tobacco. Your Patronage Solicited :: "Hi: I'n moils Ml. .l.S.Tlnlus, Tor Sale Joseph Sweet Cider. Molt. Ky. (1. 1. For Sale Tlioroujlibred pOH SAI.H- - Uli'vrn tlioroiiBhhri-I les from I.. II. slrcr .V Co. her ' of irl?i' winner nlirs. old. Call on or address, J, liugslns, l.elteli- Ky. Tor Sale Pure Bred Orpliinglun Fggs Vrcd HulT Oruhlngloii pOH SALE Pure tli(-,' I Iniudle Kires. fowls erlus!vilv. K of 15 This Is u live null fl.fO per let live price, not put up on iieeount or the war. .lessu It. Ksljrldse. Ilardlnsliure, Ky. i C. Pigs O. I. C. W. H. GIBSON, Cloverport, Ky. Announcements state Tor orncES Cloverport Machine (ioernor l Wo are uutlmrli-i- to iiumHini'c Wyandotte Fugs. II. W. ItOSWOKTII full stock Whlto Wy.-- clotte Kcrs for Iliavi)nt jt.no us setting. Mary MiiuiiIik. Miliji-c- raiiclltluti! for tiovcrnor of Kentucky. itk' l'.irty. to tlic action of tinClii iiiiult, Ky. Atiituit Primary. Wo arc aiithorli-i- to aim .unci" i'1-11 t Shop tICast ICuil of Iron llriilutM t i l IS. MOTHJTS DAY II. V. McCIIKSNKV for Govof I'raukfurt. ICy., as a ernor of Kentucky, suhjivt to tlio artlon of IH'iiioerutU; party. I'riniiry cIli'IIou, ll.ii Ready for Y6ur Machine Bring us Your Work. Auut 7. 1UI5. Cot-tre- ll Special Services in the Methodist Church Sweet Music. Special services Mere held at the Methodist church Sunday morning in honor of Mother's Day The Rev. W. C. Prank preached an approprite sermon. Mr. Vivian Pierce s.iug as a solo, "Tell Mother I'll He There" and the male quartette sang the chorus. The sweet music aud beautiful words touched the hearts of everyone aud a deeper appre ciation for mothers was experienced. Pink flowers were worn in compliment tq the mothers who are living and white Mowers in memory of those who have not been forgotten. aro autliorliil to annouiicu A.O. STANM1Y us a caiilldalu for Governor of Kentucky i'urty suhjei'i to tlm action of tlio AUKUst Primary. Wo Gasoline Engine Troubles and Plow Grinding We Buy Old Brass and Copper Ky.. as 11 uniKlldati for of or of Kentucky subject I.lf utenant-tlove- ri iii'tlon of tlio Di'iiioi'ratle I'urty In to tlio For l.iciileiiaiit'fiocriior Wo am authorized to almoin in J UIMU; JAMKS I) II LACK IM.". Primary nicetloii, August T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Lock Box 32 For Circuit Court Clerk We aro iiutliorUi'il to nmu-unc- S. II. PAVNK of Irvlimton, as a I'.inilUlato for Circuit Court coillitv. subject to Olerk of tlio action of th" liepiilillcan Party, in Pri- Cloverport, Kentucky mary KltTtloi. August, Wo I'.Ub. arc aiilliiirleil to announce PAt'I. HASIIAM as a camllilatu for Circuit Clerk of Hreckeii-rlilK"Uncle Bartley" Dead. county, Mihjii't to tlio action 0MI10 Ueinilillcun uarty. Primary election, AuUncle Hartley Allen died last week gust ". IUI.'i. and his funeral was held from the col Tor Representative. He leaves his ored Methodist church Wo aro autl orleil to aiinounco wife, Aunt Martha. Uncle Hartley was 11 A IMNX1IX. sexton of the Methodist church for as a ramll- llreckoiirlilKi'cminty, good friends of Mailrlil. many years aud had lots of ... ..... natllliu lor iu'liresrumn.,', n.,..j.of tho Keimlillcan party. In Primary tion among tile white people. Klectloti Saturday. Auiiusi 7. o For In vo C. H. S. Week Commencement 1 your dothes Cleaned and Pressed Everybody will dross tip in honor of tho class of 11)15 Telephone 7(MV Why Not Help Nature Restore Health? ut tlil seuson tlio system needs to be revitalized, There may not bo symptoms of any kerlous ailment, yet you are apt to feel "all played out." Olio of tlio l'enslar Tonics Is Just right for you. Pcnslar Trifol Alterative Penslnr Ilypophosphites l'enslar Laxative Wood Alterative l'enslar Sarsaparilla Co, l'enslar Dynamic Tonic Penslar Appetizing Tonic Co jfi.oo 1,00 1,00 1.00 75c 50c Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Cteverport, : : Kentucky Hoard Sunday. Mr. llerry Norton, of the freedom neighborhood, is very sick. Mrs. Virgil Smith entertained her Sunday school class at her home Saturday afternoon. A splendid time was enjoyed by them in fishing, playing games, etc. The games most enjoyed by them being "Gap in the Ring" and "Arcliareiia," Pearl Bullock and Itthcl Gardiner were the prize winners in the Refreshments were contest games. served. Mr. aud Mrs. Austin LcGraud hail as Mr. and Mrs dinner guests Sunday: lieu llruiiigtou and daughter, Margaret Leigh, and Mr. and Airs. Prank Bullock. Mrs. Davis Handy and baby, Howard D., of Louisville, attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. l'red Tabor, and will be the guests of relatives for a few days. Miss Mary Hayues is visiting her sister, Mrs. Davis Dowell, in Hardinsburg. Millis Comptou is quite sick with malarial fever. Miss Lillian Carman, of Locust Hill, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Knjtnett are curid by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Pain aud lkals at the same time. 25c, &0c, $1,00. RECITAL itutliorUiil to aimoiiucu Grand Jury. II. A. WltlOIIT. I. M. Withers, foreman: John W. of MeQuuily, llrookt'tirlilno county, as u acfor (iouresentatie. sulileci to tlio Owen, Melville Wood, Philip Cain, tion of tlio Iteiiulillcan pirty. in Primary Election Saturday, Aucu-- 7. Henry Cushman, Geo. Lucas, Samuel Priest, C. 11. English, W. T. Gregory, Wo aro autliorUeil to announce Virgil Smith, J. P. Troutmau aud Win. I.OOAN IIICKKItSON of llaicl Hell. llrcckeiirldKo county, iik a Miller. candlilato fot I!eiresentallvi', hlliijc't to the action of the Itcuubllcan party. In Primary Klei'tloii Saturday, Aukiisi 7. I'.U.'i. Petit Jury. Wu aro t te BERRY I MORRISON Clou'rporl, Ky. Horsly, R. J. Scaton, N. F. Slpes, John Huok, Geo. Meador, A. H. Oliver, Russell By the Pupils of Miss Mary Comptou, H. C. Pate, Cliff Hurtoii, Hen C. .McCoy, Nat Tucker, Jake Kendall, Alexander Given at Irvington W, J. Owen, Jas. W. Spencer, Thos llntler, Owen Gilliuwater, John A. HarMonday Evening. ry, Ova Hoard, J. H. Severs, D.in O'Coti-nel- l, Geo. T, Jolly, Calvin Hcndrick, Monday evening nt Irvington n Chas. Fisher, Jim John A, Carman, charming recital was givon by the Seaton. Mary Alexander. Mrs pupils of Miss Nora Hoard and Miss Guedty llramlette Correction. assisted In the program. The pupils Mrs, William Hall, of Webster, died who took part were: Miss Nona Lyd morning, April 30, Instead of dan, Misses Claudia Francis nnd Lorene Friday Saturday, May 1. The family wishes to Reeves, Miss Nora Illy tlio, Master Carl people of Irvington for their Atkins, Misses Keba liolln aud Uvelyn thank the kindness, This request was made last llramlette, Miss Nelle Atkins, Miss Week, and overlooked at the desk. Nelle liramlette and MlssKathrlne Cox. Miss Alexander has had many mu- Kdltor. sical advantages, and the recital MonThe Bankers to Meet. day evening shows she has the gift of The Annual Session of Group Four of Imparting her knowledge to others. Printed programs were used and the the Kentucky State Hankers Association composed of the batiks in the Fourth numbers were beautifully arranged. CouKri's-siona- l District will be held at SpriiiKfiold May I9. W. McC. .Martin, chairman of the hoard of directors of the Reserve Hank of St. I.ouis, will lUiabetlitown address the association. Mirror, V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds, Morte;ue.es and Instruments of Writing drawn up ami acknowledged Oil Operator Killed. O., Steubcnvlllo, Mny oph 0. MUlor, oil operator, was killed by n Cleveland mid I'l t tatmrnU railroad train at Costonln. Ho was twenty-sovo- n Best Thing for a Billions Attack. years old uud a nntlvo of Roch"On account of iny confinement in the ester, Pa. printiiiK office I have for yearn been u chronic sufferer from indigestion aud $500 For Ono Day's Work. liver trouble. A few weeks ae,o I had S. 1). Krwl Hanson, n "wolf-er- " I'lorro. nit attack that was m bevere that 1 was employed by ranchers alone; tho to n to the r.isi-- for two days. Whlto river to help clear that sectlou not nble l'niliiiK to Kft any relief from any other of Krny wolves, has Just collected $500 for ono day's worU. Hanson trailed n treatment, 1 took three of Chamberlain's female wolf to her den In the hills ami Tablets and the next day 1 felt like n by dlgKlnt: captured tho mother uud new man," writes II, C. ltailey, ltdltor nine whelps. Ills contract price was Carolina News, Chapln, S. C. Obtain-abl- e $50 for each gray wolf raptured. everywhere, Million Dollar Mystery CHAPTER A The XXI. Packet of Papers. Jim said nothing at first about his adventure to Jones, whom he met half an hour later. "Was It necessary to keep that In- visible letter?" ho asked. "No," safd Jones. "Would It have given our affairs a serious turn If It had fallen Into alien hands?" "Decidedly." answered Jone3. "It would mean flight for the Illack Hun drcd or n long time under cover It our friend Hralne learned that Hussla was now taking an active Interest In the doings of the DIack Hundred. And eventually all our work would have to be done over again." "Ah!" "You look a bit mussed up. Any thing happened?" asked the ken-eyebutler. "Nothing much. I mado a cigarette out of the letter and smoked It.' "I see that you Jones chuckled. have had an adventure of some sort; but It can wait." "Because I want you to pack off to Washington." "Washington?" I "Yes. want you to Interview those official who arc most familiar with tho extradition laws." "A new kink?" "What I wish to learn Is this- Can a man, formerly undesirable, take out naturalization papers and hold to the protection of the United States government? That Is to say, a poisoner, menaced by Siberia, becomes an American citizen. He Is abducted and carried back to Russia. Could be look to this government for protection? That Is what I want you to find out." "That will be easy. When shall 1 start?" "As soon as you can pack your grip." "That's always pneked," replied the reporter "You see, I'm eternally shunted hither and yon, at a moment's notice, so I always have an extra grip packed for uuick travel." "The Russian agent want3 Itralne, Vroon, and tho countess; and tonight I'm going to try to point them out to him. It would satisfy mo more than anything I know to eliminate this precious trio In Russian fashion. It'a thorough; and once accomplished, good-dato the Ulack Hundred In America. Tho organization In Russia lias still somo political significance. but on this side of tho water It la merely an aggregation of merciless thugs." "I'll take the first train out. But you will tell Florence?" "Surely." "And take care of your own heels. You were watched at the hotel." "I know It; but the watcher could learn nothing. Henri Servan as a name will suggest nothing to tho fool who followed mo. Resides, we both knew that ho was trying to peek through the keyhole. That hotel, you know, Still retains tho ; "It can." ory pollco record. "Presently his stunningly for tho' opera tonight anil ncrvo gave way In faco of tho steady leave the rest to me." Olga shrugged. She wns something eye and hnnd, nnd ho confessed tho why nnd wherefore ho had sought tho of a fatalist. This man of hers had suddenly gono mad; and ono did not keyhole of Servan s room "We are after this butler. Where' reason with mad people, over ho goes we follow." "What shall I wear?" sho nsked "Well, you've wasted your time my calmly. man. All I am hero for Is to tako "Emeralds; they'ro your good luck over some property Mr. Hargreavo Btonos. You will go to the box before left In Franco for sain. I know I do. I've got to spend somo tlrno nt nothing about your prlvato feuds. tho curb to bo suro that this Servan Now, get out. Rut keep out of my chap arrives. And It Is quite possible way; I am not a peaceful man," that our friend Jones will come later. The spy tumbled out as ho had If not Jones, then Norton. I was tumbled In, by an net of gravity; nnd fool not to shoot him when I had the Servan was alone. Ho spent two chance. We could have covered It up Then without tho least difficulty. days In comparative Idleness. Hut I things begnn to wake up. needed tho Information about that pa per. With Norton going to Washing For a long time tho leather box ton and Jones conferring with this across which was Inscribed "Stanley Servan, I've got to strike quick. It Hargreave" lay In peace undisturbed. concerns us, that I'm certain. Perk A busy spider had woven a trap up; wo've lots of cards In our sleeves across the handle to the quaint lock. yet. Do at the opera at . Pay Tho box was still badly stained from no attention to any one; wait for me, Its Immersion In the salt water. At Remember, I shan't write or send any a certain time It was quietly with- phono messages. De wary of any trap drawn from Its hiding place. It was like that to get you outside. Now, I'm stealthily opened. A hand reached In off." and when It withdrew a packet of Jones approached Florence lmmcdl papers was also withdrawn. Tho box ately after dinner. was again locked and lowered; and I have important business In the presently the spider returned to find city tonight. Under no circumstances tothat his cunning trap had been I shall probably bo house. tally destroyed. With the Infinite pa leave the followed. And, our enemies will have tience of h!s kind he began the weav- need of you far more tonight than at Perhaps this any previous time. I ing of another trap. shall not send would be more successful than Its you phone or written message. You predecessor. your revolver. Shoot any strange Later Henri Servan received a tol- - have who enters. Wo'll mako Inquir his man phone cull. He was Informed that purpose In America would be real-- ies after." We aro near the end?" whispered Ized by his presence at such and such Florence. a box that night at the opera. Fur"Very near the end." ther Information could not bo given "And I shall sec my father?' over the telephone. Servan seemed Jones bent his head. "If wo suc He dressed carefully well satisfied. evening, called up the office clerk ceed. that "There 13 danger?" thinking of her and inquired If his box tickets for the lover, opera had arrived. Ho wns Informed "There Is always danger when I that thoy had. Instantly the spy, who leave this house. So bo good," tho but had dared to linger about tho hotel, overhearing this conversation, deter- ler added with a smile. "And Jim?" mined to notify Rralne at once. And "He has proved that ho can take In disguise, at tho samo time, Norton, care of himself." determined not to loso sight of this "Tell him to be very careful." man whom he had set himself to "I'll do so, but It will not bo neces watch. sary;" and with this Jones set forth Tho spy left by ono entrance and culminatupon Jim by another. Jim had Iparned ing what ho considered the adventure. he desired: that tho Russian what Tho usual brilliant crowd began to agent would be followed to tho opera pour into tho opera. Hraino took his nnd that It was going to be difficult by tho entrance. Ho waited a to hand tho documents to him. Tho stand was respy entered a drug store and tele- Ions time, but his patienco warded. A limousine drove up and phoned. Jim waited outside. When came his man, who the man came out ho strolled up the out of the door Ho street and entered tho nearest saloon. looked about with casual Interest. which dismissed the limousine, Jim's work was done. slowly around tho corner It was Ilraliin's lieutenant, however, wheeledit could be conrenlently parked. where who took the news to Undue. Then Servan entered the opera. bavo succeeded." Hralne hurried around to the limou'Good!" said Hralne. "He will go to the opera. Ho will sine. The lights, save those demand out. have a box Doubtless they havo ar- ed by traffic regulations, were The chauffeur was huddled In his seat. ranged to deliver tho papers there." "My man, ' said Hralne, "would you "And tho next thing Is to get the number of his box." Tills Hraino had Hko to make somo money?" "How much?" listlessly. The volco no difficulty In doing. "So that's all eight-thirty1 "'t was muffled. "Twenty." "Oood night, sir." know? "Fifty." "Good night and good morning!" "A hundred!" (To be Continued) "Now you'vo got me Interested. What! kind of a Joy rldo do you want?" The Final Episode "No Joy ride. Listen." Briefly tho conspirator outlined his of The needs, and finally the chauffeur nodded. Five twenties were pressed Million Dollar Mystery' into his hand and he curled up In hi3 seat again. Will Appear in This Paper Servan entered his box. In the box next to his sat a handsomely gowned young woman. Ho threw her an idlo glance, which was repaid in kind. Later, Hraino came in and sat down and that evening at the this would happen. Keep perfectly attended the commencement here Frl day evening, and was the guest of Miss Beatrice Payne. Misses Mary Earles nnd Vernh Win chell were in Cnnnellon Saturday. Henry Dhonnu and Abe Fuchs, of Rome, were here Friday. Mrs. Ernest Wedding, Miss Lula Severs, Dr. F. L. Llghtfoot nnd Mr. ami .Mrs. .Marlon Weatherholt were nmong those who attended the com mencument from Cloverport. Bert Wheeler, of Rome, attended the commencement, and was the guest of Miss Eoda Parrish. W. B. Cummings and Edgar Hill, of Tell City, attended the commencement, nnd were Misses Mary Franks nnd Myrtle Hawkins' guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKlnney were In Cloverport Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Stamp, of Tell City, motored here Wednesday evening Bralne and His Accomplice Plan Cap- and were the guests of her grand ture of Servan. , mother, Mrs. William Suddarth. A fine rain fell here Thursday night quiet, you chaps, Drive on, chauffeur; drive on!" accompanied by a hard wind which up"Yes, my lord! To what particular rooted trees, unroofed houses and police station shall I head this omni moved seveml barns and houses from bus?" their foundations. "The nearest, Jones; tho very near Misses Mary and Eoda Parrish were est you can think of! Some day, when I'm rich, I'll hire you for my chauf- In Cloverport shopping Saturday afterfeur. But for tho present I shall ex noon. pect at least a box of Partagas out of The commencement exercises of the that hundred." Tobinsport High School were held at Jones chuckled. "I'll buy you a bot the Baptist church Friday evening. A out of my own pocket. That hundred large crowd was in attendance, quite a goes to charity." 'Here we are! Out with you," said number from Cloverport being over. Jim to his prisoners. He shouldered Prof. A. Powell, of Owensboro, delivthem Into the police station, to the ered an Interesting and able address to the graduating class. The valedictory, captain's desk. 'What's this?" demanded tho cap by Miss Verah Winchell, was well detain. livered. County Supt. Lee Mullen, of 'Holdup men." said Jim. "Entered Cannelton, presented the diplomas to this man's car and tried to rob him " the four from the common school. The ! An who're you?" high school graduates were Misses, Jim showed his badge and card. Hey, thero; I mean you!" Verah Winchell, Ruth Weatherholt, "Oho! said the captain, leveling a finger at Ethel Ahl and Ella Leaf. Those from Otto. "Lift up that hat; lift it up. the grades were: Casper Anderson, Sure, it's Fountain Pen Otto! Well, Florence Weatherholt, Burton Winchell wen; an wo ve ueen looKin for you and Hazel Polk. for ten months on the last forgery case. Mr. Norton, my thanks. Tako Prevent Hog Cholera. 'em below, sergeant. You'll be here to mako the complaint In th mornln", The B, A. Thomas Hog Powder has sir." he added to Servan. a record of 95 per cent, cures of Hog 'If It Is necessary." 'It may bo against Otto's pal. I Cholera, If you feed your hogs as directed, you need never fear hog cholera don't know him." nor any other hog disease. And the "Very well." And Jones and Norton and Servan directions are very simple, just about trooped out of tho station. what you are doing, plus a few cents At last Jones and the reporter en worth of B. A. Thomas Hog Powder in tered a cheap restaurant and ordered the feed twice a week. coffee and toast Usually though, Cholera gets in be'You're a wonderful man, Jones, even If you aro an Englishman." said fore we know it. Then it requires close attention to each hog each hog Jim as ho called for tho check. "English? What makes you think must be dosed and if you will dose them as directed you will save better I am English?" asked Jones with a than 90 per cent. If you don't, the B glitter in his eyes. "I'll tell you on tho night wo put tho A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing rollers under Bralne and company." We not some distant manufacturerJones stared long and Intently at pay your money back. For sale at his young partner. What did ho really Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky "Uh-huh- L. C. TAUlI M Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies J Dr. R. P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trent i Walls' Limy Slibte Prepared to Treat all AnimatDiseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, :Ky. CIOZZ)000CIOI3l We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay s the postage both ways on e. ur over. Work nil Prompt eunrmitced iKllverlrs In fanltary packages, Will cmllt you upon reference. Write for Information. Itettar. still, send trlnl bundle. pack-ageHrst-class 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS BIG SPRING. Sunday, the 16th, the following deacons will be ordained at the Baptist church by the pastor, Rev. Shipp: Messrs. Jim Norris, John Richardson and Alex Meyer. Mrs. Lilly Scott presented her daugh ters, Misses. Maud and Mary, with a Kreel piano. Mrs. Joe Nelson, of Colorado, is with Mr. and Mrs. Van Nelson for a visit. T. C. Williams has returned to West Point. B. S. Clarkson spent last week at Hardinsburg and other points. The attendance at Sunday Scool is increasing and much Interest is being manifested. Charlie Clarkson spent the week end at Glendale. Highest market price paid for wool in cash. Ed Alexander, Irvington. A fine boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Craycroft the 7th. Dave Henry, of Irvington, was here Wednesday. Boyd Haynes, Meade's sheriff, was making his rounds here last week. Mrs. T. C. Bruraraer and daughter leave Tuesday for Colorado to join her husband, Rev, Brummer, who went there for his health. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up Tho System Offices: 625 t ri nct;tf VV. Jefferson t r-- w St. M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, Tuesday, May 25th American Theater HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9 a, m, each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- beside Olga. fixed. Ho calls himself Servan and registers from Paris. I'll show tho fool that ho has no moujlk to deal with this time." "And what aro theso documents?" asked Olga. "Ah. that's what wo aro so anxious to find out. Somo papers aro going to bo exchanged between this Ilus-fla- n spy and Jones or his ngents. That these papers concern us vitally I am certain That Is why I going am get to them if there lias to be a murder at tho opera tonight. Norton Iuib been to Washington. He was soon coming out of tho Russian embassy, from tho secretaries of state and war and a dozen other olllccs 1'vo got to find out Just what all this means ' "It means that tho tiino has como for us to My, said Olga. "Wo have fallen. I havo warned you. Wo havo still plenty ot money left. It is Umo we folded our tentB and stole away quietly 1 tell you 1 feel it in my bones that there is a pit before us somewhere; and It you force Issues wo shall all fall into it. ' door? "The white feather, my dear" Tho man did not answer He waa "T hero Is altogether somo difference trying to collect his thoughts. between tho whito feather and "A spy of some tort, eh?" caution." "I'm a detectlvo," said tho man Vou are "I shall never give up. finally, thinking ho saw hla way clear. ck up and go If you wish. "And what did you expect to learn freo to by looking through tho keyholo of my As for me, I'm going to light this out to the bitter end." door?" "And tako my word for It, tho end Servan laughed, "Show mo your will be bitter." badgo of authority." "Well?" Tho man fumbled In his upper "Oh, I shall stay. You know that pocket, hoping against hopo that tho muzzle of tho revolver would waver. my future is bound up in yours. In "You're an ordinary thief," declared tho old days my advice generally aptho Russian ; "and as such I shall pealed to you as sound; and when Instantly hand you over to tho hotel you followed It you weru successful. authorities unless you tell mo exactly From tho first I advised you not to pursue Hargreave. Seo what has hapwho nnd what you are." Tho man remained dumb. Ho bung pened!" Enough of this chatter. I've got to die between tho devil and the deep bco. If be told tho truth tho organization some time; It will bo with my faco towould soon learn the truth; If he kept ward this man I hate with all my soul. still be would bo lodged in Jail, per-ha- You trust to me; I'll pull out of this You Just fix yourself ud Indefinitely, for be hadn't a sav all right "To keep the maids In good humor. I suppose," laughed Jim. "Well, I must bo on my way to make that flyer." The two shook hands and Jim hur ried off. Tho butler watched him till ho disappeared down the subway. lies a good lad," he murmured, "and a bravo lad: and money Is only an incident In human affairs after all. I'll bo a good angel and let the two bo happy, since they love each other and havo proved It In a thousand ways." Meanwhile the Russian agent settled down before his writing portfolio; and onco or twlco as he wrote he thought bo heard a sound outside tho door. No doubt this butler of Hargreave's had been watched and followed. Uy and by ho rose, drew his revolver, and tiptoed to the door obliquely so that the watcher outside might not become awaro of his approach Swiftly he swung back tho door and tho member of tho Illack Hundred stumbled Into tho room. Almost Instantly tho Russian caught him by tho collar and held him up. "What were you doing outsldo my It Was Stealthily Opened. "Everything looks Hko plain sailing," he whispered. Olga shrugged slightly. Do not Hiss it! During tho intermission between the first and second acts, Servan took tho rear chair of his box, near tho curNotice tains. Bralnc, watching with tho eyes of a lynx, suddenly observed the curBreckinridge Circuit Court, tains stirring. A hand was thrust he Assignee of the Two States Bank, through. In that hand was a packet ot etc., Plaintllls. papers. With seeming indifference Vs. Servan reached back and took tho pa- James Crawford, etc., Defendants. i'ursuant to an order of Court enter-I- n pers, stowing them away in a pocket. undersigned Hraino roso at tho beginning of tho Special this action the Commissioner will on Monday, second act. the 17 day of May, 1915, at one o'clock "Whero aro you going?" asked Olga m., at the courthouse door In Har- nervously. insburL'sell at nubile outcrv to the highest and best bidder as a whole all "To seo Otto." A bold attempt was mado to rob the notes, accounts and judgments hich Servan while In tho box, but tho time- Two are uncollected and owned bv the States Bank. ly arrival of Jim frustrated this plan. The sale will be made on a credit of So Hralne was forced to rely on the three months and the purchaser will chauffeur of the limousine. be required to execute bond with ap- Ai Farrar's last thrilling note died roved security, interest bearing from away Uraine and Olga roso. date. A full lists of said notes, ac"Ho careful. And como to tho apart- counts and judgments are embodied in the printed notices Dusted ud at the ments Just as soon as you can." door in Hardinsburg, Ken"I'll bo careful," Brultio declared eas- courthouse elsewhere, nnd upoa apr.lt tucky, and ily. "You can watch tho play If you cation the undersigned will forward a wish." list of said nroDcrtv to be sold. When Servan entered tho limousine The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, Special Commissioner of ho was quietly but forcibly seized by the Breckinridge Circuit Court, and two men who had been lying In wait also Assignee of tho Two States for him, duo to tho apparent treachery Bank. of the chauffeur. Servan fought valiantly, for all that ho know what the Colic in'Horses. end of this exploit was going to be. Ono of tho men succeeded In getting Fnrris Horse Colic Remedy is simply tho documents from Servan's pocket. dropped on the tongue through n med"Done, my boy!" cried tho victor. icine dropper. It has a proven record "Glvo him a crack on tho coco and of 5!! cures in f0 cases The women wo'll beat it." folks can give it. Get a 50c bottle and "Just a minute, gentlemen!" Bald a voice from tho seat at tho Bldo of tho be sale. I'or sale nt Wedding's drug chauffeur, "I'll tako thoso papers!" store, Cloverport, Ky. And tho owner of tho voice, backed by a cold. slnlster-Iooklni- r automatic. TOBINSPORT reached In and confiscated the spoils of war. "And I shouldn't mako any attempt to slip out by the sldo door." Mrs. David Allen and Miss Elizabeth "Thanks, iny friend," said Servan. shaking himself free from his captors. Allen, of Cloverport, spent the week "Don't mention It." said Norton ami- end here the guests of relatives. ably. "We thought something like Thomas J, De la Hunt, of Cannelton, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary HARNED Highest market price paid for wool In cash. Ed Alexander, Irvington. Mrs. E. W. Tucker is very sick at this writing. Miss Effie Tate, of Kirk, was the guest of her brother, Marlon Tate, last week. S. H. Davis was in Louisville last week selling wool. Mrs. R. S. Pate spent the day in Hardinsburg with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Lewis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Purcell, of Duff, were here last week the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gray. Arvld Tucker, ot Owensboro, was here a few days last week to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume and Mrs. J. E. Matthews were in Louisville last week shopping. Miss Maud Smith, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of Mrs. II. B. Moorman 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 iu a tasteless form. the Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron builds up the system. 50 cents BARNES TO TAKE STAND ular interest relating to the probable developments of tho week havo beon revealed. Mr. Barnes will take the stand, probably on Wednesdny, in his effort to convinco the Jury that as n political leader and business man he has been upright and straightforward, and in his determination to show thai Colonel Roosevelt has been mallclou. Thero seems to be a general under, standing on the part ot the law jara (or each aide that the case can ba Ula waak. 1) Will Strive to Convince Jury He Has Been Straightforward. Wednesday. Syracuso, N. Y., May 10. Today beMr, and Mrs. Lee Alexander, of Lo gan tho fourth week of tho trial of cust Hill, attended church here Sunday Wllllnm Barnes' libel suit against Colonel Itoosovelt. Two points of partic- and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander. James Tucker, of Owensboro, came up last week to see his children. Whenever You Need a Ueneral Toeic Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's TasteleM chill Tonic is equally valuable aa a General Toaic because it contains the wdlkam tonic propertieSofQUININK 1 uun. u acta oa toe uver, unvee Malaria. SariebM tfch ataad kal mmumm ay um wbom atyiiew. wi is as follows: $ lro 04 Road Fund 1st District due Road Fund 2nd District due... 255 OH i3 "8 Road Fund 3rd District due (Continual front page 3) Rsad Fund 1th District due... 'its "0 overacross Rough River, between Grayson Road Fund Cth District 251 O3 drawn "mid Ilreckenridge counties, to nil of 5 45 which the County Attorney objects be- Koad Fund 0th District due.. 027 48 cause of the suit in the Ilreckenridge Pauper Fund overdrawn Circuit Court of Dr. J H Hurt &c. vs. General Expense Fund over1691 4O drawn. Fiscal Court of Ilreckenridge county &c, l"3y 85 bridge con- Sinking Fund due now pending, involving the 85CO 37 School Fund due struction. -- 623 "4 On motion of Usquire I). C. Heron, Bridge Fund due 25U0 8!) Railroad Fund due seconded by Ksquire J. J. Kcenan, that It is ordered and directed that A. T. nit action in the matter of the construction of the bridge nt Hombeck's Mill be, Beard, Sheriff of Breckinridge County, and is hereby deferred until the suit of pay to Paul Compton, Treasurer, the Dr. J II. Hart &c, vs the Fiscal Court amount in his hands due the Road of Ilreckenridge County &c, be settled Fund In the 1st Magisterial (.District, by order of the Ilreckenridge Circuit In the .sum of $75,05, and in the 2nd Court The yea nnd nay vote being Magisterial District Road Fund, in taken, said motion carried unanimously. the sum of $255.03, and in the Hrd Came Turner Cave nnd presented to Magisterial District Road Fund, In tho the court nu account of $1,319. 15 for sum of $15 73, and in the 4th Maglsts-ria- l District Road Fund, in the sum of payment for constructing abutments nt 215. 70, and in the 6th Magisterial said Hombeck's Mill bridge between Grayson and Ilreckenridge counties. On District Road Fund in the sum of motion of Esquire D. C. Heron, second- $7)5 45, and the Treasurer aforesaid ed by Ksquire J. J. Keenan, that ihe will apply said amounts to the Road payment of said accounts be deferred for Funds of the said respective Districts. It Is further ordered and directed the reason that n suit is now pending in of Hart that the County Road Engineer, R. M. the Ilreckenridge Circuit Court will draw a warrant payable &c, vs. Fiscal Court of Hrcckenridge Basham, of Ureckln County &c, involving the building of to the aforesaid Treasurer ridge County, In the sum of $251.6:1, said bridge and abutments The yea and nay vote being taken the payment of and charge same to the Road Fund of said account is deferred until said suit is the 5th Magisterial District, it appearing that said Koad Fund Is overdrawn settled in court. in said amount and the Treasurer will On motion of Ksquire D. C. Heron, is pay the said amount to A. T, Beard, seconded by Esquire W. V. Master, it of Breckinridge County, to take ordered that I). D. Dowcll, II. C. Mur- Sheriff and they are up said overdraft. ray and J. V. Trent be, And It further appearing that there-iappointed a committee to make improvein the hands of the said A T. Beard, ments in the furniture of the County Sheriff of Breckinridge County, the School Superintendent of Common sum of $17S7.85, due the Sinking Fund, Schools' office in the court house, and a hereby appropriated .to he is ordered and directed to pay said sufficient sum is amount to the Treasurer of Breckinpay for same. ridge County. On motion of Ksquire I) C. Heron, And it further appearing that there seconded by Ksquire J. J. Keenan, it is Is In the hands of the said A T. Beard, .ordered that the Hon. D. D. Dowell, Sheriff of Breckinridge County, the jCounty Judge of Ilreckenridge county, sum of $8560.37, due the School Fuhd, and he is, hereby appointed as a com- he is hereby ordered and directed to mittee of one for the purpose of pur- pay the said amount to the County chasing a typewriter for the County Treasurer. Judge's office. And it further appearing that there It is ordered by the Court that the fol- is in the hands of the said A T. lowing claims be, and they are hereby Beard, Sheriff of Breckinridge County, allowed the sum of $2028 74, due the Bridge Fund, he is hereby ordered and directA. W. Wheeler, poor house $iS6 25 ed to pay said amount to the County keeper, claim itemized Treasurer Mrs. A V. Wheeler, sewing for And it further appearing that there 13 90 paupers, itemized is in the hands of the said A. T. Beard, S. D. Cox, holding inquest over Sheriff of Breckinridge County, the Nevitt 76 sum of $2505.89, due the Railroad Fund, Dr. Win. h. Milner, inquestover 5 00 he is hereby ordered and directed to Nevitt pay said amount to County Treasurer. Charles Blanford, Supervisor of 18 00 And It further appearing that the Tax, 1 2 days Pauper Fund is overdrawn in the sum C. W. Moorman, Supervisor of iS 00 of $927 4S, it is now ordered and directTax, 12 days ed that the County Treasurer be, and W. h, Cannon, Supervisor of IS 00 he is, hereby authorized to borrow a Tax, 12 days sufficient sum to pay said amount tO C. Shellman, Supervisor of lS 00 mentioned, namely, $927. IS to A. T. Tax, l2 days Beard, Sheriff aforesaid. Matt Shrewsberry, Supervisor of IS 00 Tax. 12 days And it further appearing that the C. V Robertson, Clerk SuperGeneral Expense Fund isoverdrawn in IS 00 visor of Tax, 12 days the sum of $1694.40, It is now ordered John 1'. Morton & Co , claim and directed that the County Treasurer 6 10 itemized be, and he is, hereby authorized to A. T Heard, Election Commisborrow a sufficient sum to pay said 2 00 amount, namely, sioner I day $1694.40, to the said Dennie Sheeran Election ComA. T Beard, aforesaid. 03 2 missioner 1 day Came A. T. Beard. Sheriff of Breck Russell R. Compton Election inridge County, and In open court paid 2 00 1 day Commissioner over to Paul Compton, Treasurer, the C. V. Robertson Clerk Klection following amounts, Road Fund 2 00 Commissioner 1 day 1st District, $75.00; Road Fuud 2nd Standard Printing Co. claim, District, $155.03; Road Fund 3rd 4 77 Itemized $iX7S; Road Fund 4th District, County Clerk's C. V Robertson, $2i5 70; Road Fund Cth District. $75 j5; i!00 42 fees. Itemized Sinking Fund, $1787 85; School Fund. H. C. Murray, County Attorney $S500.37; Bridge Fund. $2(128.74 and 24 00 . itemized the Railroad Fund, $2593.89. Allen H. Klncheloe claim, Came R. M. Basham, County Road 23 00 Itemized Engineer of Breckinridge County, and Jno. I), nabbat'e claim, item138 20 paid to Paul Compton, Treasurer, th ized sum of $251.03, the amount of overdraft Came O. V. Robertson and Allen R. of the 4th Magisterial District Road Commissioners appointed at Klncheloe, Fund, and said Treasurer is directed to a former term of this court, to settle pay the same to A. T. Beard, Sheriff with Arthur T. Beard, Sheriff of aforesaid. Breckinridge County, for the County On motion of Esquire W. W. Baxter, Levy of 1914, and moved the court to settlement. It Is ordered by seconded by Esquire Abe Bennett, it file said Is ordered that said report be adopted, the court that the settlement now be vote being taken, said Report filed and referred to a Committee and the Esquire D. C. Heron, was adopted and is the order of this composed of ANTI-DRU- G LAWS DOING THEIR WORK Mules waint Op" Clean Up and Paint Up Clean Dp and Paint Up Get Behind the Brush Hundreds In New York Seeking Treatment in Hospitals. SITUATION Price Wanted! J. R. Lavvhon will be in Har- NOT UNEXPECTED to Reduce Fire Hazard Indiana State Fire Marshal that every city and town should conduct "Clean Up nnd Paint up campaigns, to reduce lire hazards, If for no other purpose. And ho declares that the application of paint to wooden buildings Is qulto as Important a fire preventative as Is tho removal of rubbish from garrets nnd areaways. Ho Is therefore strongly urging "Clean Up and Paint Up" weeks for every city In tho state. "Inspections In the larger cities," rays tho Indiana Fire Marshal, "show that about 10 per cent of all buildings and premises within business districts nre being endangered by rubbish. Though the residence districts have not been Inspected, tho proportion, no doubt, is just as large. One of tho most effective flro preventatives Is clean and tidy premises, both In business houses and in dwellings." Tho Fire Marshal Is advising everywhere tho painting of the shingle roof. "Paint not only makes shingles more durable," says the Fire Marshal, "but It acts as a firo preventative as well. By covering and protecting the fuzzy splinters that form on tho outer surface of shingles, tho paint greatly reduces the likelihood of fire from falling sparks." Scores of Indiana cities are following the Flro Marshal's advice this year. A "Clean Up and Paint Up" campagn will reduce fire losses In of Dope Hat Advanced Over Per Cent In Many Instances, and Fiends Find It Almost Impossible to Buy It at Any Price Prisons Filled With Victims. 1,000 THE f s Je Ourtown. t: Jan. li, I9I.7 To amount received from A. T. Beard, Sheriff of Breckinridge County 1O5O 00 $1127.65 Total (Continued next weak.) For any itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc , try Dean's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. MORE OF PLATT'S LETTERS t: ... DIs-trlc- Roosevelt Subpcsnaed Young Piatt to Bring Lettsrs In Court. Syracuse, N. Y., May 3. Edward T. Piatt, n son of the late Thomns C. Piatt and one of tho executors of tho Piatt estate, at rived bore from New York with n satchel full of letters that were written to Senator I'latt by Colopel Itorspvelt after 1301, and many letters that worn written by William names to tho Easy Boss. Mr. Piatt was called upon by tho s Roosevolt side to produce these which are said to bo more inter esting than tho correspondence al ready made public, wiioincr or not tho letters brought by Edward T. Piatt will bo admitted in evidence, remnin3 to be scon. Tho letters previously produced woro given to tho Ilnrncs' side by Frank II. rintt after Colonel Rooselet-tor- velt. In testifying tho first day cast Imputations upon Senator Piatt's record. They were brought to Syracuse by Frnnk II. Piatt hlmsolf. Now the Roosovelt counsel, by tho remaining correspondence, hope to offset tho effect of tho letters turns over to Barno3. LIV-VER-LA- g X All the Effectiveness, Not the Effect of Calomel. is one of the most important medical discoveries of recent years, For a long time medical experts, 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. X Esquire J. J. Keenan and Esquire S, D. Cox. and they will make their report herein In open court. Came Paul Compton, Treasurer of Breckinridge County, and tendered and moved to file, his, report as Treasurer of said county, it is ordered by the court that said report be now filed and reierred to a committee composed of Esquires W. W. Baxter and Abe Bennett, and they will make their report herein in open court. Came the Committee appointed to investigate and report on the settlement made with the Sheriff of Ureck-inrldge Count by C. V. Robertson and Allen R. Klncheloe, Commissioners, for the levy of 1O14, and beg to report that we have gone over said settlement and find the same correct, and hereby move Its adopticn. D. C. Heron, J. J. Keenan and S. D. Cox. Whereupon It la moved and seconded that said settlement be adopted, and the yea and nay vote being taken resulted la all or the Justices voting.yea, bieupoa tid report U now adopted and ordier recorded, that amount due each fuad M TWVld by ccb. totd court. Came Esquire W. V. Baxter and Esquire Abe Bennett, Committee appointed to Investigate the Treasurer's Report, and respectively submit that they have gone over the Report and find it correct and move its adoption by this court, the vote being tak:u re suited unanimously in favor of its adoption, said Report is In words and figures as follows, To the Judge of Breckinridge County and members of the Fiscal Court. Tho undersigned Treasurer of Breckinridge County respectfully submit Jthe following report of receipts and disbursements of the various county funds which have come to his hands since his last report. Railroad Tax District. To amount on hand as shown by my last report, made at the regular April term 19U, recorded In Order Book No. $ 350 87 2, page 28.... April 10, 19H To amount received from Dennie Sheeran, Sheriff of Breckinridge 37i0 78 Couaty t: Grlgsby, in his 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, nip the trouble In the Insist on the bud with genuine, bearing the bignature and likeness of L. K. Grlgsby, which Is guaranteed . to give satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by Klnche-loe'- s Pharmacy, Hardinsburg, Ky. is Try a Wnt Ad. Totfay Obtainable everywhere, New York. Slnco the strict enforceSPItlNOTIME has at last come to ment of the drastic antidrug laws in all nature for summer's flowers nnd tho autumn'u this city has made It almost impossible harvest for dope liends to buy narcotics the reEven the .abject stir about their sults are both sad nnd Interesting. wretched premises, plant morning "An appalling situation In which glories and try their best to fix drug maniacs nre nllowcd nt large," Is up tho leaning pickets left from the IC Coulter's characterization of kindling needs of tho later frosty Ernest tho present state of nffalrs In New mornings. Good housewives tie tow-el- s about their heads, gird up their York. Mr. Coulter represented Mrs. narrow skirts and chaso tho dust of William K. Viuiderbllt In the long winter from their rooms. The laziest fight to suppress drug traffic in this Pick and trlflo with their belongings city, lie was asked to tell what ought to fix themselves better to face tho to bo dono to handle the many cases changing seasons. of drug victims who, deprived of co"Clean up!" Is tho phrase. caine, heroin and other habit forming Why not enlarge It? Why not "paint drugs, nre committing neis of violencu up?" ami lining tho city's prisons ami hospiAnd if "paint tip," why not do It so tals. It will LAST and PAY? "I don't believe the people of the city Painting Is another "nrt preserva- realize the seriousness of the situative." Rightly done, It saves repair, tion." said Mr. Coulter. "It must be Inadds to length of propcrty-llfc- . understood that these men who rob, creases brings to assault uud kill to get morphine or Hps the pleased smile, to tho tenant's tho righteous landlord the wholesome some similar drug are Insane. They are the must dangerous kind of lunafeeling of duty well performed. Between ourselves, there's room for tics when the craving comes over lots on lots of paint hero in Our- them. The drug means more to them town. Well applied, In colors Judi- than life, and they will never hesllate ciously selected, It would conceal a to sacrifice lives others and their own to get the stuff. multitude of architectural and sanitary "The situation which has nriscn Is sins from the discerning pyes of tourists passing this way and from our- perilous In I he extreme, but It Is not unexpected, mid ample warning of selves. what would come nbout If the city did Look over your OWN houso, or not prepare for It was given 11 year ago homo, or business structure. before the Iioylan law became effective Don't YOU agree? Try our prescrip- on July 1 last. The city was told then tion "Clean Up and Paint Up." that It must prepare to handle hundreds yes. thousands of unfortunates. Commitment of drug habitues to A hospitals had been found to be n lint failure, because the hospitals were too overcrowded to keep these cases a sufficient length of time. In addition experience had shown that the hospitals were not the proper places for drug cases, localise the clinical or medical Cloverport People Are Shown treatment needs to bo followed by n prolonged social, physical and mental the Way Out. rehabilitation. The prisons were then overloaded with drug users, and we Kidney diseases are very dangerous. found that In nearly every ease the They come on silently, gain ground prison terms were too short for treata rapidly, and cause thousauds of deaths ment to effect anything like percure. to "Consider this: Prom 10 cent that could have been prevented by Co per cent of prisoners nre drug users. proper treatment In the beginning. Leaving out those enteneed for thin Nature gives early warnings of kidney very thing, from "0 per cent to iiO per disease backache, twinges of pains cent of persons convicted of other ofwhen stooping or lifting, headaches fenses nre found to be drug users. and urinary disorders. If tho-- symp- They have to be treated for this, but toms are unheeded, there is crave the workhouse sentences, for Instance, so danger of dropsy or posslole Bright's are doneshort that nothing adequate can to rid them of the habit." be disease. Doau's Kidney Pills have The Iioylan law. the Viuiderbllt and earned a reputation for their effectivecrusades and to some other ness in kidney troubles, and are known extent tlie war have increased drug and recommended the world over. prices ns much as 1.000 per cent. A year ago n six ounce can of opium Cloverport readers should lind cost the "plpey" or smoker from S(l to proof in the following statement. It's from a citizen of this lo- $10. Now It costs from $:!" to $". Sold by the "toy," the smallest and cality. most popular measure. It brought $1 W. M. Young, farmer, R F. D. No. for first class opium or W) cents for ;i, Hawesville, Ky , says: "One of my lower grade. Now Lai Yuen, the best family had pains In the sides and opium, costs ?(', a "toy." Iiecently .'100 Doau's six ounce tins of this opium sold for across the small of the back Kidney Pills were procured at Gib- SIB.OOO. and the buyer expected to son's Drug Store and they mado a cure make s::.(hxi pioiit. 'JL' Cocaine, now selling There hasn't been ounce, could be obtained for year an in a short time. a any further need of a kidney remt-dy.for $1! or less. A "deck" of cocaine, Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't the small package generally used in simply ask for a kiduey remedy get the Illegal drug trade, sells now for Do.in's Kiduey Pills the same that $1.50 to 55. mid the user gets less than ho used to for li5 cents. It Is now bold Mr. Young recommends. In smaller packages, containing only a Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. few doses, for 50 cents or $1. The drug now Is often adulterated. Heroin, or morphine dlacctyl. was DRUG MANIACS ARE VIOLENT Imported largely from Germany nnd little manufactured here. It comes In Resort to Many Deeds of Violence to tablets, which are crushed and "sniffSecure Dope. ed" through the nose. A hundred tabNow York, May 3. An appalling lets now sell for $5 to $0. lteforo tho situation In which drug maniacs are war they cost SI. Heroin powder nllowcd nt largo. Is Ernest K. Coul-tor- s adulterated with sugar of lead Is sold characterization of tho present at a corresponding advance. etato of affairs In Now York city. Mr. Tho morphine user pays almost as Coulter was nskod what ought to bo much ns the opium smoker. Morphine done to handle tho many cases of is selling. now at $5 for tweuty-llvdrug victims, who, doprlved of Formerly tho snino amount grains. cents. horo nnd other was sold for 1!5 to substances, are filling tho city hospitals and stations to tho crippling MOVED BY PARCEL POST. point. Worso thnn tho strain on the hospitals, and tho overcrowding of tho Jails, aro the frequent deeds of Old Way Cost Her $20 New Only $4.62. vlolonco in tho effort to got drugs. Seattle, Wash. Mrs". Annie Olson Is In tho last week thoro has hardly been a day whon tho newspapers believed to bp the llrst housewife In have not chronicled attacks on Hhops, tho United States to "move" by parcel or assaults on peoplo, by men crazod post. Postolllco clerks were astonished for tho lack of drugs which they con a few days ago when she demanded no longer procure undor tho present stamps for conveyance of her household goods from this city to Quluault law. "I figured It would bo cheaper this way," said Mrs. Olson, handing In a Lame Back. barrel containing her kitchen stove. Other articles of furniture followed, Lame back Is usually due to rheuma- weighing In all 337 pouuds and Includtism of the muscles of the back. Hard ing kitchen utensils, a rocking chair working people are most likely to suffer and a dining room table, among other from it. Relief may be had by massag- things. Tho moving cost ber 4.02 In ing the back with Chamberlain's Linitamps. It coat ber 920 tho old way, ment two or three times a day. Try it. aha aald. propcrty-attractlvite anti-drucor-vlnciFostcr-MH-burn o habit-formin- dinsburg, Thursday, May 6th to buy mules 15 to 16 hands 1 in., 5 to 12 years old. Motor n Time Is H i up for Spring. Get Your Auto Fixed Does it need a New Top? Why not put a Stylish, Body on your chassis? Or let us paint it for you. Ask for information. up-to-d- ate JAS. BISHOP & GO. Cloverport, Kentucky Special Prices To Close Out These Lines 2 oil ns corn 2 cttns hominy 2 cutis gooseberries j. ciuii peniientos ; cutis PolkV tomatoes 1 ... 15c 15c lf)C 15c 7 7 can Special tomatoes. burs Bij Deal Soup burs Clean Kusy Soup . 25c 05c 25o .. .25c Gent's Underwear .Men's shirts worth 50o ... :t5c Men's drawers worth 50c I55e I55c Ilrooms 25c to Men's handkerchiefs 5c and 10c ; puirs uveryduy 2('e socks coll'eo Arhucklus 20c J. A. Matthews, Glen Dean, Ky. Whooping Cough. "When my daughter had whooping cough she coughed so hard nt one time that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was terribly nlarmed about her condiSeeing Chamberlain's Cough tion. Keiuedy so highly recommended, I got her a bottle and it relieved the cough at once, llefore she hail finished two bottles of this remedy she was entirely well," writes Mrs. S, I Grimes, Crooks-villOhio. Obtainable everywhere. COW e, KILLED ATBALL GAME. Was Standing on Home Plato During Whirlwind Play. During u baseSheboygan. Wis. ball Kume In u Held on the Wultera rami, on the Upper Kails road, a cow owned by Mr. Walters was killed while standing nt the home plate. Tho batter let tho club slip when ho struck at the ball, the club laudiut; on tho head of tho cow nnd Instantly killing It Tho animal was valued nt $75, and tho young incu of tho baseball team mado arrangements to pay Mr. Walton for tho cow. Subscribe Today HARD1NSBUR0. Kvcry pair of life's shoes pinch some, where. When you chance the shoes, you merely change the pinch anil often wish the old pinch were back again." Mr. Philip McGary has returned from months' visit to relatives and friends In California. He attended the Panama-PacifiImposition. Mrs. I.nrkiu Gibson, of Clovcrport, is the guest l)f ,lcr '"other, Mrs. Susan Squires. Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Robertson are at home from a ten days' stay at Dawson Springs n two c KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES MRS. WARREN MAY Dies at St. Joseph's Infirmary Fu Following an Operation 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 dually tried a bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. I immediately began to feel better, and after using seven fifty cent bottles, was entirely cured and have had no Kidney trouble since. can truly say that owe my good health You may publish this to Swamp-Roo- t letter lor the benefit of other people afflicted as I wus with the hope of bringing to their attention this most 1 neral Held Saturday. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? Hon. William Poster Hays, of Owens-borlectured at the High School build- Ing Thursday evening to an appreciative audience on the "War." Preceding the lecture there was a musical program Misses rendered by the following: Martha and Irabel Gardner, Hallie and Prances I.ee Itrown, Lizic Kskridge and Mrs. J. I). Shaw The Alter Society of St. Homauld's church had an ice cream and strawberry supper last Priday evening at the City Hall. wonderful remedy. Yours very truly, Hattle A. Qulmby, ."16 Spruce St. Waterville, Maine. 1 State of Maine, ' Kennebec County. Personally appeared the above named Huttie A. Qulmby, who subscribed to above statement and made oath that the came is true in substance and in Anna M. Drummond. fact. Authorized to administer oaths, etc. hi IB I 'e- 1 Lcttcra In Mrs. K. S. Pate and Miss Jennie Dr. Kilmer & Co. Payne, of Harned, were in town shoptllngliomlon.N. Y. ping last Wednesday. Will Do For You Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Hawkins have Prove What Swamp-Roo- t gone to Huston, Texas, whsre they exSend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., pect to reside for awhile Dinghamton, N. Y. , for u sample size bottle. It will convince auone. You Mr Will Soper was operated on at his will also receive a booklet of valuable Thursday morning at three o'clock information, telling ubout the kidnevs home and bladder. When writing, be sure by Dr. John P.. Kinchcloe for appendiand mention the Hreckenridge "News. citis, size t und Regular Messrs Arthur Robertson and Jesse bottles tor sale at all drug stores. Huffiues, of Custer.'were in town Saturday on business Rev. ointmciit at Harned Sunday. Graduation examination wi.l be held Johnson married three couples last here ami Cloverport Priday and Satur- Thursday. day. Dr. R P. Kuunecke made a business Mrs. P.liza Hcudrick spent last week trip to Louisville last week. with her daughter, Mrs. Miller J G. Haswell, in attempting to jump from a moving automobile, fell and hurt Miss liessie Hook left for Louisville himself. It is hoped that it will not Saturday to visit her brother, Mr. Tom prove serious. Mr. Hook's children will acHook. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drown, of Cuscompany her home for a visit. ter, were the Sunday guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K'der are in sister, Mrs. A. X Kincheloc. I.ewisport visiting his sister, Mrs. Sam Miss liessie I!. Weatherford, of HarMay. Their son, Guy lilder, joined ned, spent the week end with Miss them for the week end. Willie Chambliss at her home near town. Mr. Herbert Hook, son of Mr. and Arthur Heard, sheriff, was in Iivans-vill- e Mrs. John Hook, md Miss I.ula Hook, Saturday. youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hoe Mr. M. I). Heard attended the shoot-in- g Hook, were married at the parsonage match in Louisville last week. Thursday evening by Rev. Robert JohnMiss Ida I! Marr, a teacher of this They went immediately to the son home of the groom's parents, where they county, was married last Wednesday to a Mr. Hayliss, of Madison, Ind. will nml e their home for the present. Prof. T. S. Williams filled the pulpit at the M. 15 Church Sunday morning. I The pastor. Rev. Hunt, is away in a I I meeting. Sister Josephine (Miss Ruby Pate) will be presented in from Mt St. Joseph school, is here at MOTION St. Rommitd' school. I! ginning Judge Matthias Miller has returned j a ten days visit to lii daughter, I May 1. from Mrs. Milton Uoanl, in Louisville. Two Reels livery Saturday Night Mr and Mm. 1. It. Payne and chil- j dren, of Harned, were in town last Sat ! Company, urd.iy shopping. Heeler and Donald Waiter went John Hardinsburg, Ky. out to Mr. Fred Ilailmm's Saturday to go fishing. Mr Paul llasliani spent last week at Administratrix Notice his home near Slephcusport To Creditors. Mr. Roland Smith, of Stepheusport, w as the guest of IiU daughter, Mrs. W. 1! I.ennon Friday Ail persons having claims against the Mr, and Mrs. Prank Payne, of Clover-lHir- t, estate of .Milton Miller, deceased, are reare the guiila of Mr. and Mrs. quested to prove their claims as requited under the statutes and file s.ime with us Paul Comptoii and other friends All persons indebted to the "N'ora Board, of Irviligton, was in at once. Mrs will town last week and while here was tlie etutc of Milt Miller, deceased, ploHEe call and sett'e. guest of Mrs. C. I. Heard Dora D. Miller, Administratrix. Judge J. R. Layman, of Klualielh- or Henry Moorman. towu, arrived Mmd.iy night and opened circuit court Moud iv on time. Kev. Robert Johnson filled his np- fifty-cenone-dolln. Tiir naimrn tit 1Mb tit irun rtr PICTURES! 30 Reels. Dreamland ITry Our Want Ads 'iuKMF.9ii "! STV4 ! 0 6 W Saddle and Harness Stallion. 5 Years old. weight Jf 1,000 pounds Q hJ tf 6 0 HUM No, i' 3853 1 0 ' Hy Hay Squirrel Slid. No. 135'J, by Richmond Squirrel. No. SoS, by H'ack Squirrel, No. 58, Uof Chester Dare, No 10) (His sire's Vasi4sire dam. Nannie Garrett, No. 472, is the dam of Chester Dare, No. lo). Drown Crest's dam, Piggett, No. 3I7I, by Chester Chief, No. ll'.'o, by Chester Dare, No lo fio.oo to insure a living colt. .Money due when mare is traded or colt foaled. - v :!' 1 OS li is a bli,ck Jack with white points, 10 years old and oer 15 hands high. He made the three last seasons 011 Chcusey Wilson's farm near Hig Spring. Has n record of 5 living colts in one season. Has good length, large bone and a good, quiet disposition. 8 v BROWN CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the piesent season at John Klder's barn, Hardinsburg. Anyone desiring to raise mules should see this Jack bcfqre breeding elsewhere. $10.00 to insure living colt. ffl H. J. ROBERTS, - Hardinsburg, Ky. home. Miss Kmma Lou Moorman, of Glen Rev. T. X. Williams, ol Louisville, Dean, has been visiting Mr. und Mrs. was tlie guest ot .ur. ana .Mrs. b. li. R. A. Crider. I'ayne Saturday and Sunday. Pauline Waggoner has returned from Newsom Gardner spent Saturday in a visit to friends at Hiles Run. Louisville. Brauden-burg- , Miss F.liska Youtsler, of ICd Howe, of Louisville, spent Sun speut Sunday iu town. day with Mr. and Mrs. VirKil lirite. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent Mrs. A lele Connlff will leave the lat Sunday night witli Hubert Lyons. ter part of the week for Chlcauo where Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sham, of Gustou; she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Will Mor Miss Lottie Bandy and Paul Wilsou gan. were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGlothlan, of San Fran J. Slots. cisco, arrived Saturday to spend vaca Mrs, Fidelia Galloway went to Louistion davs with his parents, Mr and ville Saturday to attend an organization Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Mi.s. Sam Rice, of Louisville, is the The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Ilccnuse ol Its tonic ami laxative effect. LAX A. guest of Mrs. Minnie Chitwood. Tl Vl IIKOMO QU1N1NU Is better than ordinary Quinine and doei not cauie nervoumess nor Mrs. P. H. Nevitt and childreu left nuuing In head. Remember the full name and look lor the signature ol li. W. CROVU. 25c. Monday for Dallas, Texas. Master Falrlelgh Herndoti was In C. H. S. Honor Roll. jured Saturday by a barrel of salt fall ing on his ankle. Seniors Joseph U, Ross, Juniors Mary Owen Oelze. Miss Xelle Smith, II. P. Conniir and Mary I. I'ate, Kmily Sophomores Dr. W. B. Taylor bpent the week end with Mtss Nannie Lee Kendall at Web Reld. Freshmen Mary Kinder, Martha ster. Fi lends of Mrs. W.J. Piggott regret Ueid, Zlvola Krnmer, Celestine O'Con to learn of her illness at Norton's In- nell, Jane LlKhtfoot. Eighth Grnde None, firmary. Mr. Piggott, Uliza and George Seventh Grade None, visited her Sunday. Sixth Grade Hva Jolly, Fanny Kra Rev. J. B. Hutchinson, pastor of the mer. Baptist church, has moved here. Fifth Grade None. Free Ouo L. V. dust cloth with each Fourth Grade Golda TubellnR. McGloth-la- n 50c bottlo of Liquid Veneer. Third Grade Kobert Oelze. & Son. Second Grade Lucille Kinder, Vir Mrs. Henry Ilarriugton, of Ekron, ginia Adams, Mary Perkins, Vera Jolly, spent Monday with Miss Minnie Wool- - Virginia Lewis. First Grnde Mary Lee Reld, Hosalla folk. Kev. Kodgers will display stereoptl-co- Lewis, Charles Dorst. views on Africa at Sand Hill the Feel languid, weak, rundown? Head third Saturday night, and at the Irvlngache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy ton Baptist church the third Sunday is Burdock Wood Hitters. Ask your night. The public Invited. druggist. Price fi oo. Messrs. and Mesdamej J. M. Herndon, S. P. Parks, Mrs. L. B. Moorman Read the Want Column and Mrs. Nora Board attended the fu n Mrs. Warren P, May died Thursday morning ut 10 o'clock at St. Joseph's Infirmary In Louisville following an op eratlon for goitre. The body was taken to Drandenburg to the home of her father, James W. Lewis. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon and the burial took place in the Hrandenburg cemetery. The funeral was attended by a large number of relatives from Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Hardinsburg, Irvlngton and Louisville. Mrs. May was thirty five years of age. Before her marriage she was Miss Bessie Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. May son, James and their LOAVES May, lived in Montana until the last on year or so. They went to Florida account of her health, but she, did not FORJHE POOR Improve and several months ago they came to her father's home. Mr. May CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Is a former resident of Hardinsburg. Great Charitable Act Executed and Mrs. S. P. Mrs. Jess Herndon UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT in Louisville by the "Tanlac Parks, of Irvlngton, Mrs. Wm. D. Ash craft, of Drandenburg, Mrs Proctor Articles Energy 10c will buy Man." Malln, of Lexington, and Mrs. George EOUS 3 410 IIKEF. sirloin Woolfolk, of Pottsville, Pa , Lawrence Louisville, May n. Fifty thousand MUTTON, Ick 413 Lewis and Dennis Lewis, are sisters loaves of bread will be given aivay by Mlf.lv 1030 and brothers of Mrs. May. l'OItlv, loin L. T. Cooper, the "Tanlac man," to IlltnAIvFAST KOODS .1117 the poor in Louisville. CIIF.KSE . ..1133 A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia The "bread line," as this unique WITTER laii weakens the whole charitable act is termed, was Inaugmd constipation. RICE 2033 system. Doan's Regulets (25c per box) urated In Louisville Sunday mornlnp, POTATOES 1350 .. .. I1EAXS, drlid 33J0 act mildly 011 the liver and bowels. At and between the hours of 10 aud VI WHEAT KI.OUI! B3I0 all drug stores. o'clock, several thousand loaves of bread were distributed to the worthy Energy Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities on the big vacant lot on Walnut St., Onu pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as far IRVINGTON next to The Dally Herald, In ample as two pounds of meat costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order time for Sabbath dinner. Mr. Cooper awarded an order for Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy g flour from Highest market price paid for wool the iKl.OOO loaves of bread to the Amtr-ica- n your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. in cash. Ed Alexander, Irvlngton. , Baking Company. The bread h Mr.. J. T. Johnson and daughter, of the very best quality Prancis, have returned from Fordsville. When seen at the Seelbaeh, where the Hardinsburg and Elevator Co., Hardinsburg, Ky, Louisville, spent the noted visitor Is stopping, Mr. Cooper Leon Lewis, of said: week end at the mhome of Miss hva "I have anticipated the beginning Carrigan. of this work among the poor with keen Mr, aud Mrs. John Mile3 spent Mon interest. I have vanted to perform day in Louisville. some small service of this kind in the Mrs. Gus Allen, Mrs. Patterson and metropolis city of my native state, Miss Nell Patterson, of Rock Haven, Kentucky, for several years. were guests of Mrs. Margaret Cham"Therefore, the initial order for the ...PERMANENT... berlain Hist week. bread, consisting of lifty thousar.d Hallie Neafus loaves, has been given to the American Mrs. J. D.Ashcraftand have been on the sick list. Baking Company, and the work has Mrs. Virgil Brite returned from begun. Always In ofllco during flffleo Unnrc s a. m.lto 13 r. "We gave away several thousand Lewisport Saturday. She was accomIrvington, Ky. VIIIVU HVUItf 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. olllce bours by her sister, Miss Mattle loaves Sunday, and each time vie will panied home meet the demands." Grace Howe. The sale of Tanlac, the famous med Mrs. X. B. Xetherton and daughter, Louise, left Saturday for a visit to rela- icine being Introduced In Louisville by the personal direction of Mr. Cooper, tives ut Black Rock. Is now very great, and is steadily in. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pate, Clover-por- t, creasing. The results in cases of caspent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. tarrhal alTcctions, or stomach, liver Frank Waggoner. and kidney derangements, are really is Miss Hazel Admire, of Louisville, has remarkable, and many of Louisville's been the guest of Misses Mabel and best citizens aro testifying to the med Nelle Adkius icine's marvelous merits. Mrs. J. J. Tilford spent last week in Tanlac can now be bought in Clover- Fordsville. port at Wedding's drug store and In Miss Xelle Smith was hostess to the Irvington at Irvington Pharmacy. 0 P. C. Club Tuesday evening. The following young people were neral of Mrs. Warren May at BrandenMisses Mary Alexander, Kliza I'iggott, burg Saturday. Margaret ConnilT, Klizabcth Cain, Mary Dr. K. A. Lex spent the week end in Henry, Messrs. George Hull, Harry Loubville. ConnilT, Harden Brauilette, Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hell will leave Hubert Lyons. Delicious cakes und Iowa, their future soon for Redfit-ld- , ices were served. AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. WHEAT FLOUR - seven-year-ol- d 50,000 Self-Risin- ll 'VI .1 DR. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST The Breckenridf e News the only medium in Breckinridge county through which you can reach "all the people" pres-ent- WITH OUR "WANT ADS." CORN AND HAY! either corn or hay in large or 'small lots write or phone us--will save we If you need you money. J. B. TAYLOR & Lewisport, Ky. XX What 1 Cent Will Do ! A Postal costing one cent might save you some good money on Building Material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anything you may need in this line. L' t us quote you our price on Lumber, Builders Hardware, Itoofing either Metal, Felt or Shingles-Pai- nts, or Wire Fence. We will quote you prices, freight pajd to your railroad station. Write For Prices FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, incoriioruioii JAKE WILSON, Manager. New Way of Growing Tobacco Plants. A. U. Oliver, of Outer, is trying out a new, way to grow tobacco plants i quick. He puts his seed under a setting hen for 12 hours and then sows them. This is an experiment of his own and he thinks It will work out all right. Mr. Oliver should let the seed stay under the hen for about three weeks and perhaps she would batch out a nest full of "Stogies" and "Star Plug-.Bad Idea In trying to learn an old hen to chew and smoke. " TRAIN NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Sara Ulshoff and chll. dren were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L, A.4 Hlshoir at Irvlngton Sunday. Lon Rhodes Is building a new barn on his farm near Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. James Gray, of Custerf were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Taylor Hardinsburg, Monday. Cheapest accident insurance Ut. Thomas Hclectic Oil. -- For burtM, scalds, cuts and cmergenchM. All druggists sU it. 35c and 50c.