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The Breckenridge news: May 19, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915051901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 19, 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. T THE BRE0KENR1DGE NEWS. I ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXIX FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 46 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1915. oral question of submarine operations by requiring the United States to renew its efforts to get Great Britain to abandon Its "starvation" policy In return for an abandonment of the German submarine program. If they accomplish this they probably would havo accomplished nil they expected from their submarine program, any- REPLY MAY 8E CONCILIATORY Believed Germany Will Try to CLEANEST IN THE TOWN DIRECTORSLIABLE jj NASHVILli BOOSTERS STATE OE Says Dr. Curry, State Sanitary Will have to Clean Engineer Town For Debts of the Two States Get Cloverport by the Wrong Name, But Were Welcome Bank. Court of Appeals Says Visitors. Officers of the Stephensport Institution Must Pay. Frankfort, Ky., May II Directors of the defunct Two States bank at Notwithstanding the Boosters called Cloverport Clovers- port and Cloverdcan, the party broke the monotony of the general run of business alTairs for an hour last Wednesday morning. Thi train stopped an the corner of Elm and Second streets and was greeted by a large delegation of citizens. The Boosters marched to Main street and took a look at the llower garden of Paul Lewis, after which they were wel comed to the city by V. G. Babbage. Among the Boosters, who responded to Mr. Ilabbage's cordial remarks was Lei a ml Hume, of tho Cumberland Telephone Company. Mr. Hume Is one of tho greatest telephone men in the United Stat03. While here he made a call at the exchange and extended his best wishes to the office Prevent Break, EXPEGT TO ASK ARBITRATION Germany, It It Thought, Will Aban-do- n Submarine Attacks on Shipping J I IM ff wniy it r cngiana I win noanuon lis I" oi icy ot "oiarvauon. Washington, May 17. If Berlin accepts tho views held by Influential Germans In this country it Is certain that tho German government's t reply to President Wilson s note about the submarine operations will be con ciliatory ana persuasive in tone, ana will contain several suggestions calculated from tho German point of view to avert all danger of a break between the Imperial government and the United States. Germans here refuse to see in the president's note any castlgatlon of the German government at which they should take offense, and are devoting themselves entirely to formulating such arguments ns can. be brought to bear in support ot the German submarine operations, which P. resulted In the Lusltania disaster, In vt a way which they hope likely to ap-ipeal to the American public mind. fyThat is, they are refusing to Indulge tEemselves in tho temptation to get angry about the matter, and instead are endeavoring to present ways in t k which they hope It can be smoothed ft over. L. The views held in Berlin regarding "the United States's position on the submarine operations are not definite- ly known here, but certainly the moat Interesting phase of the situation as ;, It exists in Washington is the effort to f being made in German quarters ad- bring about an entirely amicable Justment. These activities are regarded hero : as evidence that Germans in this country, at least, recognize the serl-oui possibilities ot thq situation, and ' are not willing that the two govern-- ( stents should break with each other s if there Is any way to prevent It. ; Evidences of this attitude are found ofllcial silence of if ."'ijhi the K uie German ambassador, the deci sion of Dr. Dernburg to eliminate himself from the situation, and most Important, the private spreading of the German view In sucn quarters a are regarded as likely to afford tho easiest channel of communication to the American public. It is reported that the German embassy has' even gone to tho length ot advising the German-Americapress in this country to be moderate in its discussion of the submarine views. The German ambassador denies that any such instructions have been issued by the embassy, but nevertheless there Is .every reason to expect that the attitude of the embassy in this regara will soon enough find Its reflection in S the newspapers. From the discussions that have been going forward here, it now appears clear, the main idea of Germans in this country is that the Berlin gov- 11 eminent should take care ot the Iiualtania matter by proposing and then dispose of tho gen- 11 AI f & how. Keep Up More by Tho best German thought In this country has been concentrated on Once Close. these questions for nearly a week now and it may bo said posttlvely that The scries of health lectures which McDmald, Rev J. S. Henry, and the their views already havo been comThe expenses were $ifi, municated to Berlin in one way or opened at the American Theater April originator. another. For this reason there Is a al, closed Monday night with two lec which the Rev. Ii. O. Cottrell said he disposition hero to nccord somo im- tures: One by John W. McFarland, knew would be met by personal offerportance to them, for it Is argued State Pure Food Inspector, and Dr. D ings from the citizens without any solithat unless the German government 1. Curry, State Sanitary Kngincer. Mr citation. actually wishes a break with the Uni- McFarlin made a strong appeal to the The Rev. Frank thanked publically ted States It will accept tho advice of people to demand clean meat and pure the Cloverport Orchestra, 1" ' F Scott, Germans who are closely In touch food along with this he stated he had Iidward Gregory anil the City Council, with American public opinion and tho found a clean slaughter house here which Mayor Hammau reported had attitude of the administration in "Always look for the pure food stamp spent $45 in cleaning up the streets and Washington. and tlio.se little stamps way off in the hauling away rubbish for the residents. corner You must keep Cloverport, The lecturers were all liked and CloverCloverport cannot keep you," were the port people delighted in hearing them. IKE thoughts Mr. McFarlin made lasting. They were at ease in speaking, and not Or Curry's sincere pleading was "keep a nervous word was spoken The town clean." He told how it could be done is well acquainted with the State Hoard, Makes Fortune Buying Wool-Tra- veled and said at present Cloverport is the it means more to them now, than just a Through Brecken-ridg- e cleanest town in Kentucky "This health row of names engraved on a letter head. campaign is so unusual that a state Those who were here were as follows: County Years Ago. bulletin will be issued to give Mr. C. And, President of State Iloird credit for his Dr. Frank, the originator, of Health, l)r Milton Hoard, of LouisThe largest wool pool of the State of work," said Dr. Curry. "Such a cam- ville, I)r A 1), Wilinoth, of Louisville, Kentucky, the Booty? county wool pool paign was never thought of or had be- i I)r 1'. F. Harbour, of University of consisting of about 50,000 pounds, was fore in the United States, and jlse Louisville, Dr. Curran Pope, of Louispurchased last week by Issac Rosen-oau- where, men, who have worked for health ville, Dr. Roy L. French, State TuberMany peo and sanitation, had to beg fora hearing." & Son, of Louisville. Those who financed the campaign culosis Commission, Dr. Lillian South, pie in this county remember Ike Rosen A. A. Simons, Dr. K. C. State liacteriologist. through Were: Dr. baum when he used to travel wagon buythis county In a ing wool, hides and ginseng. He was TO STANLEY a general favorite with the country merchants and farmers who were glad to see him come around. He paid good AT prices, dealt fairly and his word was as good as his bond. From that small beginning he has built up a large busiBeautiful Music Appreciated by To Large Crowd of Democrats. ness and made a small fortune. His many friends down in this section are Large Audience The Rev. Dr. Milton Board, of Louisglad to know of his success. ApRobert Reeves Delivers ville, Tells Why He is Sup- Cleaning Than a Year Health fleetings Nashville RUAUM one-hor- se Stephensport, Urcckenrldgc county, are held liable to the depositors for the full amount of the bank's indebtedness by the court of appeals today, reversing the Urcckcnridce circuit court on the appeal of Sarah K. Cunningham and other depositors against the directors, and affirming on the cross- appeal of President H. A. Shellman from a personal judgment of $5,000 for loss of that amount on the cashier's bond by reason of negligence. Keferrlng to the responsibilities of directors, Judge Carroll said: "Persons who accept the olllcc of director of an institution like this assume the duty of giving care to the affairs of the institution, and if they do not and loss and operators. W. H. Hensley, trainmaster of the is occasioned, it is more just that it L , II. & St. L, K. H. Company, was on should fall on them than on innocent and helpless depositors " C. M. Finn, the train. The Boosters incited the people of of Oivensboro, represented the dep Cloverport to come to Nashville when they could not find what they wanted Candidate for Circuit Clerk. at home, Louisville or Kvansvllle. Mr. Guthrie Iv. Tucker, of Mook, has Their parting words were, "When you decided to enter the race for the Repub- tret too big for Cloverport, come to lican nomination for Circuit Court Clerk Nashville." of Hreckenridge county. Mr. Tucker is sit-or- e young farmer, with a live, many friends behind him. His entry into the race will make it interesting. wide-a-wak- SPECIALJRIP Over the Branch By President and General Manager of The L., H. & Mr. Landers Better. Thomas Landers, ot this city, had an operation performed on his left hand last week, and at present is getting along nicely. He had blood poisoning and is still at Dr. Simons' infirmary. St. L. R'y. Tar Springs Sold. V. G. Babbage, who has been inves tigating the title to the Tar Springs property, reports that a sale of the Springs and the Cloverport Hotel has been made to George A. ,Cox, of Mary land. The sale of the Springs includes all the hotel equipment and other property at the Springs. The deeds transferring the property were put to record nt Hardiusburg last week. Mr. Cox was here last winter and looked over the property before purchasing. propriate Address. EVERYBODY ENJOYS SERVICES The musical program given at the Methodist church Sunday night was beautiful and in excellent taste for the eve'ning services in honor of the C. H. S. graduates. The music was arranged by Mrs. J Procter Keith and every number was appreciated. "How sweet and beneficial it would be to close this evening's program witli these musical numbers," said the Rev. Robert Reeves, but we must not leave without speaking for Jesus Christ " Mr. Reeves gave as the subject of his sermon to the graduates, "The Choice of He told the graduates Two Kings." about King Solomn and all his glory-h- ow many things he accomplished un der the sun and yet everything was vanity and vexation to him. Then he told the story of the life of Christ. How he worked from day to day for several quiet years and in the end found happiness and success not only for himself, but others. Fear God and keep his commandments in your amusements, work and every phase of life, and even if you do not acquire wealth, you will be rich. These were the thoughts given to the class of I9I5. Rev. Reeves encouraged them to enter a college, if they could and too not be in to big a hurry to get out in the world to attain temporal success. Those, besides the graduates, certainly enjoyed this baccalaureate sermon. It was a guidance from things earthly to things heavenly. porting Him. ENTHUSIASTIC Music Rolls Ten Cents. SPEECHES. Music rolls for and pianolas can be purchased now for ten cents a piece, size SS. They are fine too. piano-players 5 n d Mrs. Phelps' Grandmother Dies in Versailles. Mrs. E. S. Hunter, of Versailles, died last Wednesday and the funeral was held Friday. Mrs. Hunter was the grandmother of Mrs. David B. rhelps, of this city. Mrs. Hunter was paralyized last fall. n candidate for for Governor, Saturday to a made an eu thusiastic speech. He has many warm friends in lheckenridge county and will be the contending man in the race for Governor. Dr Milton Hoard introduced him and gave his reasons for breaking away from his former idol and friend, Mr. Hoard's speech Senator Heckham. In giving his reacreated a sensation sons for supporting Mr. Stanley, he said he had been deserted by his friends whom he had served for a life tiiqe. He said he had thrown down the bars, gone into the camp of the opposition and enlisted under the banner of the strongest Richmond in the field, Mr. Stanley. The Hon. A. 0. Stanley, the Democratic nomination .spoke at Hardiusburg last full house. Mr. Stanley Not Two Faced. Looking at a woman, who was any thing but pretty, a school boy said to his mate: "Well, one thing's true, she isn't two faced." John asked immediThe ately, "How do you know " school boy explained: "If she were, she would wear the other face." President R. N. Hudson .and Mrs. Hudson made a trip in their special car over the Branch last week inspecting the road from Irvington to Fordsville, Mr. Hudson said the roadbed was In good condition, but it would be further improved as soon as he could get gravel. At Glen Dean a new depot will be built at once. Other depots on the Hue will be given lib personal attention as .soon as lie can get to them. The president is enthusiastic over his road and its service to the patrons and public. The Henderson Route, under Mr. Hudson's watchcare, will be made one of the best and most prosperous roads in the State. Tobacco Moving at Glen Dean. Walter Moorman received at Glen Dean last week 75,000 pounds of tobacco. Among the sellers were: J. W. Cannon, ",000 pounds one sucker; M. Galloway fine crop of Hurley; Hugh Haycraft, 12,500 pounds one sucker, which he sold for $S, ! aud $1. Mr. Moorman has bought about 150,000 pounds on contract for a Louisville firm. Mr. Moorman is also an en thusiastic road man. He has a machine and is making roads that he can get over. He has a splendid road from his home to Glen Dean mostly through his own work together with his neighbors. County Supervisor Basham was looking over this road last week and said it was all right. This road is graded and graveled for two and a half miles. Former Cloverport Boy Was Graduated. In the graduating class of the Louisville College of Pharmacy, Clarence II. Adams was a member and class officer, He was being the Sergeant-at-Armchairman of the Committee on Pictures. There were thirty ouug men graduated. Clarence Adams is the sou of Louis Those who reAdams, of Louisville. member him as a little lxy in Cloverport are indeed glad to hear of his graduation and are proud of the honors bestowed upon him. Fishing Party. Mr. and Mrs. William Pate, Misses Elizabeth Skillman, Irene Jarboe, Edith Plank and Mary Pate, Dr. E. C. McDonald and Mrs. McDonald, Messrs. Fred Fralze and Cnas. White leave this week on the houseboat, Bohemia, to spend several days on a fishing trip. Mother's Birthday. "God's choicest blessings crown your life so .sweet and true, I count my greatest blessing, that I came to dwell with you." The above verse was on the cake at the party given for Mrs. Steve Wilsou in honor of her birthday May 5. She was given a gift shower and received twenty presents. German-America- n arbl-trailO- Card of Thanks. All Roads Lead to "McQuady" Always Buy the Best I Meihodist Revival. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends aud relatives for their kindness and sympathy in time ot Wool Day our sorrow at the death of our husband T.nst Saturdav was wool dav at Irv WEATHERHOLT-BRABANDF.special-l- y inpton. Over 10.000 no u mis were sold and father, David Mattingly. the Father Henry, the cents. Paul Wilson, Lon 'i0 to 31 at Hiss Stella Weatherholt and & Cowley and Ed Alexander were the choir and donors of beautiful flowers. Wife and Children. Mr. C. (I. Rrahandt Hnrrv 'j ouyers. In Louisville. T. Kwality Kounts and sells our FLOUR, MEAL & FEED PRICES SAME AS LAST WEEK We buy for CASH and WE MUST sell for CASH If you are thinking of building a house write us for plans and specifications; we furnish them FREE of CHARGE. h Jost Look We Pay the Freight to your station VJI1 iuu puiuiua ui iiiuiv.. A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church next Sunday. The Miss Stella Weatherholt and Mr. C Rev. Humraul, of Russellville, will arG llrabaudt, of this city, were married rive Monday night to assist the pastor. in Louisville last Tuesday afternoon, While their engagement had not been Reception Last Evening. announced, they had planned to marry this spring or in the early summer, A reception was glen last evening Mrs. llrabaudt is the lovely daughter oT home of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. at the their Mr. and Mrs, George Weatherholt, and Babbage to the graduates and the sister of Miss Cleoua Weatherholt. parents, the faculty and the school Mr. llrabaudt has been engaged in the trustees. photography business here for the last d by everyeight years and is Most Critical Condition. They are expected home this one. and Indiana Mrs, Carl Dowuard underwent a most week from Louisville, complicated operation in St. Mary's and where they visited his relatives. Hlizabeth's Hospital in Louisville Saturday. Mrs Hen Ridgeway was with her Mrs. Chick Hero. and is very discouraged over her sister's Mrs. Carrie Chick, of Mt. Sterling, condition. It is hoped that a word of is at the home of her sister, Mrs. hope for Mrs. Downard's recovery will Oglesby, Mrs. Chick recently come today. suffered, of paralysis, but was well-likerd ALFALFA HORSE AND MULE FEED Is the best and cheapest feed you can buy. Is considered by experts to be the best food available for brood mares before and after foaling. Notice ingredients. Can be used as whole or part ration. Uy far the best feed for animals at hard labor. This food is mado of Alf.ilfa Meal, Cracked Corn Oats, Cuno Molasses and Suit. 11.50 pur cent Protuin. 10 per cent guaranteed. Try It and be Convinced We arc Daily Receiving Duplicate Orders a stroke ;JcQUADY 1 MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. able to be brought here. She was acPrevents Strawberry Rash. companied by Mrs. Oglesby and their Mrs. Steam strawberries before serving sister, Mrs. Mamio Moorman. and this kills the substance that causes Chick stood the trip wall and she Is somewhat Improved, strawberry rash. Heston, Whitworth Cumberland Phone & Company Hardinsburg, Kentucky BRITISH A GAIN PROMINENT MEN TANLAC DERNBURG ASKS SAFE CONDUCT FOR VOYAGE BlfiVICTORy Mayors. I0WJ8E County 27 BIG SPECIALS! Inch by inch we give you opportunities to save and to get bigger values. pay you to read every inch of the following specials and to heed your first impulse to save money with quality. Report the Capture of German Breastworks. MOVE FORWARD A and Circuit Requests United Stales to Use Obtain Famous Court Judges Us Efforts. Medicine. Washington, May 17. Dr. Dern-burthe kaiser's special representative In this country, desires to return to Europe armed with a British safe conduct for his voyage. It Is very much of an open question whether he will get It or not. At the doctor's request Ambassador llernstorff took up tho matter with tho state department Informally last week. Ho Indicated that Dr. Dern-bur- g would like to havo tho United States government uso its good offices to secure for him a safe conduct for tho sea voyage, from tho British embassy. The supposition seems to havo been that the state department would bo willing enough to do any thing In Its power to speed the Ger man unofficial spokesman on his way. The state department, however, has not shown nny alacrity about taking steps to secure for Dr. Dcrnburg a British safo conduct. The department takes the view that as Dr. Dernburs lias never acknowledged having any offlclal connection with the German government, ho Is not entitled to claim any special consideration at tho hands of tho British government, nor from the United States government either for that matter. Consequently the state de partment does not intend to expose Itself to nny embarrassment by asking for favors for Dr. Dcrnburg which tho British may not feel like granting. It will FULL MILE Claim the Engagement It Still Under Way and That the British Holds the Upper Hand General French Reports. London, May 17. Another drive Into the German lines has begun by the British army In order to straighten the allied front southward from Neuvo Chapelle. An olllclai states ment given out by the war office o dispatch from General French telling of this now offensive and Its entire success Is In (ho preliminary eon-tain- stages. The German front has been shatsonville, Fla.; Louisville, Ky.; Tiffin, tered along the greater part of a line between IUcheboiirg L'Avouo Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio: Columbia, nnd Festubert by a combined artil- Tenn.; Palm IJcach, F.a.; Phoenix, lery and Infantry nssanlt of the Hrlt-Is- Arizona; Los Anceles, Cal.,and many first army. Two attacks were other points throughout the country made, one southward from Itlchethat arc too numerous to mention. bourg L'Avoue, and tho other due You tray rest assured that every city of Festu-ber- t. east and Just to the north in Kentucky has, too, heard of Tanlac. In tho former two succes3lvo "I can only account for the great German breastworks wero carried on a reach of eight hundred demand for this preparation by the yards, and In the latter 1,200 yards fact that it is a good medicine. That of trenchos wero taken first, then tho is proven by the numerous statements gain was extended COO yards to tho frcm those who have tostcd the medisouth, and the British troops dashed cine in cases of catarrhal atlections, or Irresistibly forward for a full mile. stomach, liver and kidney complaints, The fighting began when a 3trons and arc now convinced of its excellent force moved out from Uichobourg merits. The public has been slow to L'Avoue and fell upon tho Germans appreciate the Tanlac merit. by unexpectedly, splendidly supported Practically .l5,0()0 north of Tanlac the artillery. This action was suc- has been sold and distributed through cessful and while tho attention of tho my store within the past seventy days. Germans still was engaged In that region, another detachment was sent Such a demand is most certainly unngalnst the position to the south. The precedented. "I take pleasure In commending Mr. engagement still Is under way and the British hold the upper hand, ac- Cooper and his very excellent preparcording to General French, who tele- ation." graphed as follows: Tanlac, the preparation referred to, "Our first army tnado a successful is now sold in Cloverport only by Wed attack between Itlchebourg L'Avouo ding's drug store, and in Irvington and Festuliert, breaking tho lino over only by Irvington Pharmacy. front. the greater part of a Tim nttnrk rnmnipiiced at mldllicht south of Itichsbourg L'Avouo, where , TRANSYLVANIA NOT DOCKED they carried two successive lines of German breastworks on a front of , News of Ships Anxiously Awaited by S00 yards. Friends of Passengers. "A mile further south wo made anNew York, May 17. No word of other attack at dawn and carried tho steamship Transylvania has been 1,200 yards of tho German front lino recclvo(1 eltner in .onaon or at the trenches. Thence wo pushed on New York olllco of the Anchor line. rapidly, extending our success six hun- A representative of the lino said it dred yards further south by bomb was not expected thnt any report of throwing opciatlons. would bo tho vessel's movements "Hero wo crossed the Festubert-Qulnqii- c made until she arrives olthcr at a Liverpool or Glasgow. In marine clr-- . road and advanced nearly mile into the German line. The fight-lncles, it was generally believed that continues in fir favor. the Transylvania had taken tho day our bravo Throiifihout course around tho north of Ireland, At Ypres rather than pass through the southti oops fought past forty-(icinil has b'cn quiet lor the ern lane In which tho I.usitanla was hours. i:isewli("e on the front i torpedood. Official Information on ' tl.tw 1st r.othlnK lo report." this point, however, was not obtain- The official rumnmnique issued by able, owing to tho strict secrecy im tli.- French war offlc and telegraphed posed by the British admiralty on ail dwells at Home length on tho orders Issued to tho steamship com U'i nnd hfrolc advance of the pany. Ihitish Hoops. It also coupler up Many Americans aro on board tho th!.- - particular achievement with tho Transylvania, which left hero Friday, tillinl progress In the section nortn May 7. Some anxiety has been felt of Aims whl-- h continues unabated. by their friends, pending news of tho The necessity of straightening out safe arrival of the vessel at Liverpool the nllled lines north of Arras lias re- or at Glasgow. sulted in some remarkablo work by Another vessel In the war zone both French and British soldiers. The bearing many Americans is the White war olllco states that the Ger- Star line steamship Adriatic, which French mans havo now been driven from tho left Liverpool after being detained few lemalniiig salients where they there two days by order of tho ad retained a foothold, anil that the for- miralty. It Is believed sho Is safo ward movement from I.orette Is be from tho German submarine menace. Ing carried out successfully two-mile h two-milI u ' . .e it fsii'-rnf- til I Lexington May 18 "I have sold Tanlac. since the beginning of its In troduction in Lexington, to the mayors of a number of cities, county judges, circuit judges, and to many of the most prominent business and professional men In Kentucky," says Wm. E. Stagg, the Lcxington.drueglst. "The demand for the preparation In all of my has been phenomenal. twenty years' experience in the drug business I have never seen anything that equals it. "In addition to the Lexingion demand, Tanlac has been shipped from my store to Kansas City, Mo.; Colo-rad- o Sprlni;s, Col.; Denver, Col.; Memphis, Tenn.; Meridian, Miss.; Bonilla, S. D.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Jack Men's Star, calf work shoes; medium weight; regular $2.75 values 41 feet, $ shank, Garden Hoe regular 40c value oxtra heavy Broom; regular 40c value Cut to $2.25 1 lot of ladies' Society and Mayflower Oxfords in black and tan; rcg $3 and $3.50 values th Cut to 32c Garden Rnko; 2Cc regu- Cut to 32c 7 bars Lenox Soap 25c can of Calumet ... 25c lar value Powders C0c ikking Cut to $1.98 Ladies' Hats $3.00 hats cut to S3.fl0 hats cut to $4.60 hats cut to 2.25 2.70 3.38 Cut to 19c $1.00 adjustable names; well ironed; in natural finish Cut to 17c pkg. Pratt's Poultry Regulator 39c Golden Sun Coffee is Puro and wholesome; regular 25c value Cut to 79c 75c wood Saws; the handiest tool on the farm; price is now Cut to 20c ' 1 lot of Men's Hats, light colors $2.50 Hats cut to. $1.50 Hats cut to $1.50 $1.00 Cut to 59c cut, Young American Lawn Mower .fo.75 16-inc- Golden Sun Steel Cut Coffee has all tho strength and quality of the original giain; 3 lb. can, regular $1 valuo Cut to 83c 3 lbs. of Soda for 5c Arbuckle's Coffee 19c 2-i- h $1.25 Kimonas for 79c Good values nt regular price Cut to $2.98 cut, ball bearing Clipper Lawn Mower Priced for this sale $5.50 IG-inc- h Whooping Cough. 'When my daughter had whooping cough she coughed so hard at one time that she hail hemorrhage of the lungs I was terribly alarmed about her condi Seeing Chamberlain's tion. Couirh Remedy so highly recommended, I got her a bottle and it relieved the cough at once. Ilefore sue had finished two bot tles of this remedy she was entirely well," writes Mrs. S. V. Grimes, Crooks- ville, Ohio. Obtainable everywhere. 25c Brown Striped n-l Polish for 7c per box. Ratine for 15c This is an exceptional bargain. 15c Pink and Blue Crepe for only, per yard $4.49 Koll Top, Triple Coated, Enamel Dish Pan; regular 00c value 10c Both very pretty and make up nicely. 25c Gilt Edge Pol- Cut to 49c 25c Blue and White Triple Coated, Enamel Wash Pan for only ish for 19c 3 ADMIRAL VON TR1PITZ German Reported Navy Chief as Resigned. Many other Dry Goods Specials "too numerous to These specials mention. are for your benefit. .'55c 12-i- dozen clothes 19c Quality unequalled Galvanized Sprinkler Pins for 5c 2 packages Epsom lied Tape Collar Pad regular 50c valuo Cut to 25c Mr. Farmer! you need these every day in the year; save ioc now! Cut to 39c 15c Screen Door Sets for 10c Salts for 5c Don't Forget the Date, It's May 21; Come get your share of the Bargains I V No F. RF.ART) & CO.. OF THE PAST Hardinsburg, Ky. LIV-VER-LA- Stronger Evidence Had in Cloverport. Can Be Over one million pounds of tobacco Photo by American Press Association. were sold in Owensboro last week, and A lay liver leads to chronic dyspepiia prices have been realized by excellent and constipation. weakens the whole the furmers for tho weed, $15 being the BIG ORDERS ARE CANCELLED system, Iloau's Kegulets ( 25c per box) top price act mildly 011 the liver and bowels. At French Experience With American n'l drug stores. Manufacturers Not Agreeable. Paris, May 17, An unfortunate sit- Herlln, via wireless to London, May The following olllclai report was given out by tho general staff: In tho western theater a strong force of the enemy's troops has been attacking north of Ypres, our posl- tloiia. east of tho canal, at Steen- Btraatc and Hot Sas without regard to Its own losses. All attacks have been repulsed, but the battle of Stcenslraato continues. 17. ' Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless , chill Tonic is equally valuable as a oencral ionic because it contains tne well known tonic propcrtiesof QUININE ana ikuw. it acts on me uvcr, unves out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. Look well to their record. What they have done many times in years gone by is the best guarantee of fu ture results. Anyone with a bad back; any reader suffering from urinary troubles, from kidney Ills, should find comforting .words in the following ' 0 '"111 ' '''' Tobacco Sales Heavy. Subscribe Todav Try Our Want Ads THE TRINIDAD'IAKE'ASPHAIT V V The proof of roofmir is in its vaterproofni!;. Gcnasco Roofing is made of Nature's everlasting watcrnroofer Trinidad Lake asphalt. It is wind - proof, and alkali - proof. And that means also that it is expense-prooUet Ucnasco here for all your roofs. ram-proo- f, sun-proo- f, licat-proo- f, W3M cold-proo- f, acid-proo- f, f. Irvington Hardware & Implement Co. mr VMM Irvington, Kentucky uation has arisen with regard to granting contracts 'to Amorlcan manufacturers, owing to tho failure of oven tho big houses to deliver goods upon sample. Several lmportunt American contracts hnvo been cancollcd. Two Important cases In point wero tho of a monthly consignment of DO.OOO pairs of boots below sample tho soldiers toro tho boots Into strips and of 200,000 pairs of socks de. Uvcrcd nnd found to bo of thirty per cent wool and seventy por cent cotton, whllo tho contract called for soventy por cent wool and thirty por cent cotton. Of sovcrnl of tho largo American houses, with which tho French government Is doing business, only ono has a record of never falling below sample. Tho worst deliveries aro those of boots, docks and underwear. Tho deliveries of cloth aro much bettor. statement. Mrs. A. L. Alms, 607 Locust St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results and consider them a superior kidney Pills medicine. Doan's Kidney promptly relieved backache, difficulty with the kidney secretions and pains In the back and top part of my head.,' (Statement given May 9, 1907.) Over four years later Mrs. Alms said: "I have not used Doan's Kidney Pills of late, as the cure they made has been permanent." 1'rlcc 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that n Co., Mrs. Alms had. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mllbur- G VRF1ELD. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bruiugtou ind little laughters, Lucile and Kntie, were week ud guests of lier parents, Rev. Joe Duggins and wife at I.eitclificM. Mrs. Tom Rhodes, of Hardinsburg, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dennis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ilayucs are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of fine boy at the home May 15. Mr. and Mrs. lloss Lyons visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I'hilpot, at Brandenburg from Saturday until Mon day. Mrs. V. I). Mnttingly was the week end guest of her mother, Mrs. Nancy Snyder, in Hardinsburg. Jlrs. Arthur Wright, of Highland I'ark, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15. S. Hobbs, has been very sick, but is better now, Mr. I. II Richardson, the efficient superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school, is planning tor a Sunday school picnic in the near future, and the children are looking forward to it. Mrs Rachel Compton, who has been with her daughter, Mrs Una Davis, at Kirk, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith were guests of her aunt, Mrs. Julia Brown, at Wood-roSunday. Mrs. Davis Bandy and baby boy, Howard D., who have been here with relatives for the past week, returned to their home in Louisville Sunday. Dow Gregory, who has been located at I'arkersburg, W. Va., for several years, is now with Fairbanks & Morse, of Louisville, was here this week the guest of his brother, Tom Gregory. II. D. Ilashaui, who was a delegate of the Red Mcu from lodge 38 to Covington, Ky., reports a good meeting and splendid trip. He says there were 3OO delegates and they were royally entertained by the hospitable people of Covington. On his return trip he stopped at Louisville and Valley Station to visit relatives. Mrs. Hlla Mattiugly accompanied by her children; Miss I'earl llille Mattiugly, Mr. and Mrs. Lanuie Tool visited her son, Mr. Karl Mattiugly, and family nt Custer, Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Dowell is in Louisville the guest of her sister, Miss Cora Wood, for a few days. Joe Blair left Wednesday for La Porte, Tex., and If he likes, will move his family there later. X All the Effectiveness, Not the Effect of Calomel. is nnnnf thn mncf important medical discoveries of recent years. For a long time medical ex perts, realizing the harmful effects of calomel, have been striving to find a liver cleanser that would be iust as ef fective as calomel, and yet be absolute ly harmless in its action. Recently this remedy was actually put forth by L. K. Grigsby, in his is a harmless veee- table compound, designed solely for the treatment of liver complaints. The immediate favor it has met with in thousands of homes is proof positive of its real value. If you feel worn out, tongue coated, and skin sallow, don't delay until it becomes dangerous, r.Ip the trouble in the bud with Insist on the genuine, bearing the signature and likeness of L. K. Grigsby, which is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. For sale by Kinche-loe'- s Pharmacy, Hardinsburg, Ky. X. Seeking Extension of Visiting Nurse Service. The State Tuberculosis Commission is attempting to establish visiting nurse service in all the principal towns of the state. Wherever a responsible local organization of any npnA.nsMmnt nil -1. ntAQft r.nt-nn.n-- 1. Biu.t uif iiuiBCB, 110 cumTussioa win. fur n Its rmnnrfina iillnni ii ..! l..t . . Read the Want Column V Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days Tour dninlil wilt refund money U PAZO OINTMSNT hill to cure any cue of Itching, Blind, Bleed! ug or frotrudlsc Pttei iu6to 14 cUyt. The lrtt application gives Saw nnd Keet sat. miu me prevalence ui luoercuiasia ana other diseases, and show communities how permanent nursing service mrf be established. Read the Want Ads. known........... No. No, (Continued from Inst week ) , 308 20 lield by bolder un known , lield by bolder un 500 00 4... 43I0 79 dogt from Lexington to Hardinsburg By amount paid A. T. Beard, Sheriff, expense of Blood hounds In Wm. , 38 O5 330-33- 4 30C VV. hoe 213 S. Market St. Fourth Avenue known , held by Mrs. Sallic No. August ia, I914 ly amount Cook (500 paid for interest coupons on outstanding bonds Total $12046 5 00 to August 1st, I914 January 6, 1915 Ily amount Sinking Fund. paid for interest coupons nc- -. To balance on baud as shown cured on outstanding bonds by my last report, see order to January 1st, 1915 105000 book No 2, page 29 ...$1956 Novcmbcr2lst, 191. Ily amount To amount received from Dennie paid II. I. Heard for bond Sheeran, Sheriff of llrccklit- No. 17 and accrued interest ' ridge county 183 1023 50 to df.te of call 1004 14 By balance Total 83791 By amount iaid 8li-- 7 65 May t, 19I4 84H7 65 I). C. Moorman, two years' To balance on hand due said $ 300 Interest on bonds IM'-&-1'iiiul.. .. looo I5 Railroad District There is now outstanding 35 81000 May 2, I914 By amount paid Bank of Hardinsburg (c One having been called and bonds. Trust Co., one year's inter shown by paid since my last report as est ou three county bonds 75 cancelled bond No. 17 filed herewith. all outstanding bonds having May 8, 19I4 By amount paid Interest on Mrs. Bettie Norton, one been paid to January 1st, 1915. year's interest on county 1 cae Mcrritt 25 00 Louisville, Kv. Louisville, Ky. 00 By amount paid A, T. Beard, Sheriff, expense of Blood hounds in Rube Mcrritt 59 S2 case June 10, Kil l By amount paid Chas. Heard, work on cistern at courthouse June it, 11114 By amount paid Cloverport Boat Si Ma- 25 03 Our 70th Birthday Celebration Sale Begins Monday, May 24th, Last Two Week: 0 1 04) chine Co., work on Jail 85 June 12, Hit. Hy amount paid A. T. Beard, Sheriff, re67 ward offered for capturing 40 00 Bridge Fund. To amount on hand due this fund as shown by my last report made at the regular bond...... May 31, 1914 By amount paid A. R. Kiucheloe, one year's Interest on county 1xnd held by Mrs. Mary K, 791 Barnes 25 ft April term 1914, recorded in order book No. 2, nt page 28. J To amount received from DeniVugust 28, 1914 By amount Sheriff of nie Sheeran, paid Mrs Bettie Norton, one ' llrcckenridge County, in his year's interest on bond No. settlement April term, 1914, 25 32 937 9 August 12, 1914 By amount by order of court To amount received from sale of paid O. W. Dowell one bond No. 48 to take up note year's interest on bonds.... 50 00 issued by order of court for September 7, 19I4 By amount baliuce due Murphy Bros , paid Mrs. A M. lvskridge, order for issuing said bond one year's interest on Poor- No. 48 made at October house bonds and 4.... 52 00 term. iql4. see order book October 16, I9I4 By amount 500 00 No. 2 at page 45 paid O. W. Dowell, interest To amount received from sale ot to October 8th, on Sinking bond, by order of court, to note signed by W. Ahl pay the Vincenues Bridge ' Com. and Rec 31 33 Co., for bridge erected on Balance 3213 34 order Sinkinir Creek, see i"oo 00 book No. 2, page 46 ?379 67 379' 67 To balance 011 hand due this S2945 20 Total fund. 3213 34 April 16, 19I4 By amount paid Sinking Fund or Commissioners C. II. Mattingly, one year's Bonds Outstanding and Unpaid. 8 25 o interest on bond , held by holder un No. Hy amount paid April 17, 1914 $1000 00 known Joe I.. Mattingly, one year's . held by holder un . 50 00 No. on two bonds inttrest BOO 00 known April 18, 19I4 C. II. Norton.one No. held, by holder un year's interest on bond for 5OO 00 known !5 54 f3l-7by holder un No. , held April 27, 1914 fly amount paid 5OO 00 known one Mrs. Ilettie Norton, 25 00 year's interest on bond 820OO 00 Total July '27, 1914 By amount paid Qeneral Expense Fund. W. W. Allen, oneyear's Mrs. 2l 3s interest on bond No. 34 To amount received from sale September 23, 1914 By amount of bond, issued by order of of Hardinsburg paid Bank court, October 8tb, 19I4, & Trust Co. , one year's in order book No. 2, page 46. 722 .'!.'! 25 00 terest on bond No. 29 By amount of overdraft as October 7, 1914 By amount shown by my last report, paid Bank of Hardinsburg see order book No. 2, page Co , interest to & Trust 31 00 52 October I. IuU. on note To amount received from sale 27252 executed in payment of bonds to take up over of balance on Kveleigh draft of Dennie Sheeran, 15 25 bridge . SherilT, as shown by his October 8, 1914 By amount settlement and by order paid Bank of Hardinsburg of court directing me to & Trust Co., on County issue bonds, and pay said accued bond No. 29 and 2031 75 sum of overdraft in Jesse Tucker, Iiubcn Mer-rlt- t, and Wm. Mcrritt es00 caped prisoners June i.'l, 19t. By amount paid Horace Kiley, janitor June 13, I9i4 By amount paid 00 Geo. Hock, wood for jailer June I5. IO14 By amount paid Chas. Mattingly, one year's Interest on bond "W 00 June 20, I9U By amount paid B. l Beard & Co., oil for streets June 22, 101.1 By amount paid Levi Duncan for white washing for county June 25, illl I By amount paid Tom Drlskell for work onjail 00 Juno 23, I9II Ily amount paid T. J. Hook, lumber for 50 00 20 1 Prices Way Below Normal Uj CO 40 5O CO 9 t5 2 50 Our Birthday Sale is the one sale of the year in which we try to all other sales. It is the ONE Sale in which you will be able to pur- chase all your summer merchandise at such low prices as we will quote for this occasion. Our buyers have just returned from the Eastern Market where they have procured ail the latest and most seasonable merchandise at prices that enables us to offer this same merchandise to our customers at a very low margin. :i 10 jail July July (i, 1914 Heston-Whitwonth 1 Ily amount paid & Co., 5 0."i coal for county attorney... 7, 1014 By amount paid J. C. Iimmlck for light July 8, 1UI4 By amount paid Circular which describes in detail the many bargains that we are offering in this great sale. This circular will be ready for distribution the latter part of this week. ge We are preparing a large iL 5 07 Jno. O'Heilly, postmaster, Dostaee 1 If Interested, Send for It. It Will Cost You Nothing 00 July July amount paid Horace Rlley, janitor ser 13, 1OI4 By vice 20 00 By amcunt paid Geo. Mattingly, sharpening 15, 1914 lawn mower July 21, i0i4 By amount paid Geo. Hook, wood for jailer August :J, ID14 By amount paid Sam Marshall, wood for iailer August 4, IO14 By amount paid J. C. Emmick for .... 30 1 MAIL ORDERS FILLED 0 50 1 30 lights August 5, ll)l4 By amount paid George Hook, wood for iailer August 11, 1914 Uy amount paid Hewitt Hook wood for 5 00 We have a Mail Order Department that is thoroughly prepared to handle your orders with care and precision. If you cannot attend this sale in person, send us your orders and we will fill them and send them to you FREE by Parcel Post. Articles not mailable by Parcel Post and amounting to $5.00 or more, will he delivered free within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville. 0 1 50 jailer 1 5O Watch. Sunday's Louisville Papers For Our Advertisement ion August II, i0l4 By amount paid Horace Rlley, janitor August 14, i014 By amount paid Allle Pate, 4 cord of wood for 20 00 m &c... I nor 67 non 30E 3 O jailer II 00 ... the 506 4o interest To amount received from Den Hy amount October 14, I9I4 nie Sheerau, Sheriff, overpaid Bank of Hardinsburg payment on overdraft. His & Trust Co , for note issued settlement showed that he by order of court October had overpaid this fund in qth, ion, for balance due the sum of $20Si.7o, and Murphv Bros, and interest. 500 66 was made the order of the October 16, 1914 By amount court, when his settlement paid O. W. Dowell, one should have shown that ho year's interest on bond No. had overpaid this fund in 25 00 41 the sumof $1119 93 By amount October 24, 191 April l0, igi4 By amount one paid Wm. Norton, paid Dennie Sheeran, over year's interest on bridge draft bond No. 43 25 00 April 14, 1014 By amount paid Amount brought forward 1945 2 Heston Whitworth & Co., By amount paid Wilbur Parks coal furnished 81 60 Interest on bridge bond.... April i5, i9i4 By amount paid Novembtr 23, 19I4 By amount Horace Riley, janitor ser one paid J. B. Gibson, vice to date i... year's interest on bridge April i5, i0i4 By amount 65 41 bonds Nos. paid J. C. Emmick, light December 26, 19I4 By amount to date Brfdge paid to Vincenues April 10, i0i4 By amount bridge erected on Co., for paid Mc Armes, one year's Sinking Creek 1192 00 Interest on bond for $407. 50 January 6, 1914 By amount May 1, 1OI4 By amount paid peid Allen R. Kiucheloe, Mc Armes, one year's In one year's interest on bridge terest on bond "C" bond held by Mrs. W K. May 6, lOil By amount paid 20 00 Barnes Hewitt Hook, wood for 1 9OI 80 2081 70 28 61 August 17, 1911 By amount Wheatly, paid Joanna washing bed clothes for jail August 22, 1914 By amount paid George Hook, wood for jailer August 2j, 1014 By amount paid Frank DeHaven, work on windows in courthouse. August 28, I914 By amount paid Levi Duncan for cleaning vault in jail By amount September 11. 101-paid Tom Drlskell, work on jail September 11, 19I4 By amount paid J. C. limmick, lights. September I4, 1914 By amount paid Horace Klley. janitor September 20. 1914 By amount paid Homer ICskrldge, work for county October I, I9I4 By amount paid D. H. Haynes, work on iatl October 2, 1914 Amount paid J. W. Kincheloe, freight on oil, etc October 3, I9H By amount paid Chas. Beard, work on courthouse December 4, 19i4 By amount paid J. Whitworth, express ou oil, 9 00 December 4, 19U By amount paid J. G. Emmick, Hunts. December 7, P.II4 By amount paid Garduer Matthews, work on 5 00 1 5 jail.. I 00 1 00 I 00 00 4 7S 20 00 December II, I9I I By amount paid Taylor Scott, guarding prisoners on rock pile. By amount December I I, 191 paid Horace Kiley, janitor December 14, 1914 By amount paid l'aul Compton. agent, premium on $15,000 00 insurance on courthouse December I4, 1914 By amount paid A. K. Kincheloe, agent, premium on insur ance on courthouse . January 1, I9I5 By amount paid J. Whitworth, tele 1 X X jjj Good Residence near High School. A nice home X' at a bargain price. Also other city and farm property. C. L. BEARD, 4 5O 20 CO 5 Hardinsburg, Ky. 8 VVVV'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVi 195 00 1!5 0 Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 15 phone messnces " 5- - 2 ('0 1 88 20 00 2 SO Balance 33l 9 jailer May 13, igl4 By amount paid Horace Riley, for janitor To balance ou bond due this service 8 33 96 May 1, IO14 By amount paid fund Bridge Bonds Outstanding and Unpaid Gardner Matthews, for work on courthouse cistern $ 500 00 No. 27, holder unknown 500 00 May 23, i0i4 By amount paid No. 28, holder unknown George Hook, wood for 500 00 No. 29, holder unknowu.i 1 82945 20 $2945 20 No, No, ... xo. No. No. No, So., case June 5, 1OI4 By amount paid un- A. T. Beard, Sheriff, adNo, vanced by him to kaowa..: 50000 expiates for man and held by holder un- un 5 00 00 Mll-Hken holder unknown held by holder known vy 1. ', uciu I... iiuiuci known , Held by Holder known held by holder known , held by holder known , held by holder , 1 1 500 00 jailer un .... un un 427 6 June 2, 1O14 th Heston-Whltwor- By amount paid & Co., October 12, I9I4 By, amount paid J. C. Kmmlck, lights 2i 79 October 13, I9I4 By amount paid Horace Rlley, janitor By amount October 15, 191 20 38 paid J. O. Hook, board for prisoners Novembers. 1914 By amount paid Sam Marshall, wood 25 00 for iailer November 7, 1914 By amount 1 00 paid Geo. Hook, wood for jailer November 12, 1914 By amount 20 00 nald J. U. Kmmlck, lights. November 12, 19H By amount paid Willis & Lennon, for 2000 sanitary drinking cups 3 00 by order of circuit court.. November 13, lgl4 By amount 1 I5 paid Mrs. Bettie Norton, one year's Interest on bond for 8600.00 1 5 00 20 00 January 2, 1915 Hy amount paid James Jinnersou.wood for jailer January 5, 1915 By amount DeHaven, paid Frank lights January 111, I9I5 Uy amount naid Horace Kllev. janitor January I9 1915 By amount paid for premium on C00 (K) Tarnado Insurauce. (Continued next week. ) How Mrs. Opposite Union Station I 5 Rate $1.00 European Solicits putronnga of Cloverport Bath $1.50 50 20 00 Business Men niul Shoppers 50 00 95 Harrod Got Rid of Her Stomach Trouble- - "I suffered with stomach trouble for years and tried everything I heard of, 1 50 but the only relief 1 got was temporary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a hot I got 1 50 tie of them nt our drug store. immediate relief from that dreadful 5 00 heaviness after eating and from pain in the stomach," writes Mrs. I.inda Har Obtainable ev rod, l'ort Wayne, Iud, erywhere. 3 75 Denver Kobinson bought .1 nice horse will be the guest of her mother In June. Miss Litlie Bates was the guest of from Arch Weatherford last week. Mrs. Arch Weatherford Is real sick at Miss Louise Rice Sunday. this writing. To Drive Out Malaria L. U. Gregory, ot Louisville, was And Uulld Up Tho System Old Standard GKOVU'S here one day last weeK. Take the Mrs, J. 15. Matthews is with her TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is mother, Mrs. M. 1). I'umphrey, of West printed ou every label, showing it is View, who Is very ill. Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Miss May l'ile Is visiting relatives at Iron builds up the system, SO cents Custer this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eli l'ile were Sunday HARNED guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse l'ile. 30 00 20 00 un .. coal By amount paid 500 00 June 4, 1014 J. C. Emmick for light.... 500 00 June 5, 1914 By amount paid Sheriff A. T. Beard, in Tucker Bloodhound 00 5 24 Oi November IS, 1914 By amount paid Horace Kiley, janitor 5 00 November 18, 1014 By amount paid I'olly Jones, washing 25 00 for jail November 28, 1U'4 By amount paid Owen Meador, wood for jailer .'. November 0, 19I4 By amount paid Isaiah Complon, bury ing an unclaimed mule.... 2 00 6 00 2 50 HeadI'eel languid, weak, rundown? Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart, of McUau-iel- s, ache? Stomach "ofl?" A good remedy visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Glass- is llurdock Wood Hitters. Ask your PISGAH cock Saturday aud Sunday. druggist, 1'rice fl 00. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawkins, of Russell Taul, of Kvansvllle, Is vis Cloverport, were the guests of her Fine Fruit This Year. ltlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. I. mother, Mrs. Letltla llruingtpn, SunMr. and Mrs. IS. Frank Carter fttd Taul. day. children have been in town beveml Miss Katie McGovern visited her Mr. and Mrs. Tlco Miller, of near days recently. Satutday they were the aunt, Mrs. Joe Allen, of Cloverport, Kirk, visited Mrs. E. V. Moorman Sat- guests of Mrs. l'rank Mattingly and urday and Sunday. last week. spent Thursday with Mrs. John D. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGovern were in Mrs. Amanda Tucker, of Mook, Is Habbage. Mr. Carter says prospects are fine for good fruit this year with Cloverport Sunday the guests of friends. visiting relatives here this week. the exception of pears. There will be Miss Lena Rice Is visiting friends In Miss Lula Gray Is the guest of her a half crop of peaches, but better QualMrs. L. Homer, of Madrid, for a ity than last year. Apples .will be Cloverport. sister, plentiful. Mrs. Lloyd Wright, of Decatur, III., lew days. NEWS THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher MAY 19, 1915 when tho country stores will closp ovory Saturday aftornoon, at least, to givo tho faitlTful clerks a rest and time to get ready for Sunday. A great deal of Sabbath breaking comes from tho excuse that people have to work all tho week and Sunday is their only day for rccrcaj tion. People should not put off so much shopping until Saturday. It tires everybody. rta caXttuA man EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c. Clovcrport is the sweetest name on tho face of tho globe. Tho Nashville Boosters in their mistake of calling us Clbversport and Cloverdean, made us appreciate the name of our town. The best way to get along with peoplo is to attend to your own work and keep o buy that you. haven't time to get impatient with Snqnrf !rin. others. CARDS OF THANKS over five line.3 charged for at tlio rate of With the amount of attention and advertising giving the C. II. S. 10 cents per lino. tlio rate of 5 cents por lino, money Commencement, everybody knows tho program for this week. OUITUAIU ES charged for at in advance. That is the way just Let us continue to stand by the President. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please now to stand by the Hag! New York Sun. notify us. per line, and 5c for each additional PICNIC LUNCHES. During the coming summer delightful outings will be held in every community in the way of lishing parties, boat trips, Sunday school picnics and automobilo parties. One of the features of those outings are the bountiful lunches, in fact, a great waste of food is and might be guarded by a little, planning on the part of often thoe who prepare the baskets. If thoe who arrange the parties would ask certain ones to mukc a certain number of sandwiches, cakes and the needed portions to make an attractive menu, an enormous waste of material could be avoided. Thoughtlessly people will prepare huge quantities of expensive food for such occasions, then for the sick, poor and never think of making anything We hand out whatever we have to tramps on cold winter needy. days, then in the hot summer spend sometime in preparing food for picnics, whore there is usually so much that the guests leave on their plates as much a they have eaten. Correct table manners teach, that a person should never take more than tlir can eat and to leave anything on the plate is a poor compliment to the hostess. Food that is prepared with elegance bespeaks of hospitality and the hapWomen should take piest social hours are spent in dining together. pride in preparing lunches for picnics, with a few inquiries and consulting each other, suflicientlv tilled baskets may be had without waste and extravagance. CHILDREN AND POLITICS. "I don't know whether I am for prohibition or not, but my father is,'' said an eleven year old child last Friday. ''I never see anyone drunk, except some old men on the streets." Then the one to whom she was speaking asked her if she would be for prohibition if her father was one of those men. The child changed immediately and could not bear the thought of seeing her father drunk. The child had got politics mixed with principles and had even been influenced away fiom her own father's belief. Principles, not politics, should be taught children. They should be taught to stand for right principles, because they make right a party. If this were true of the grown-uchildren of today, they' would not be deserting the things that are be-- t for the people, even though they perhaps endanger a party. If men would think more of tho happiness of men and women, than so much about their respective political parties, c would e have prohibition anil greatest of all National prohibition. p & Baivfe, 2,065,000 Should be Given a Trial by Ev ery Farmer, Writes John T. of Fields Ditto Beautiful Crimson. Editor Breckcnrldye Xews: It has been my urcat pleasure In last few days, through Todd and Lotf-counties, Kentucky, to see many patches and fields of crimson clover. Not anything new In the clover line, but looks to be a farmer's friend In lplne to redeem tho worn lands. The fields are now In full bloom. The beauty of Its deep crimson, is beyond pen's description, and no brush can possioly paint, so beautiful a color as it carries, that God has fiven it. No paint or brush by human hands five to us the many beauties of nature that we can see each day in the country. Vet there are doubting Thomases of an all wise God. This clover is seeded generally in tae latter part of Aueust, either In fallow ground or In corn, after last cultivation. Makes a fine hay it is said, and a wonderful ferterllzsr if turned under after well matured. You can hardly use a cheaper ferterlizcr. It sells for about (i.00 and a bushel will seed 0 acres. It is worth a dollar an acre to look on as macnlficient 20 acre tieid as I saw, and was into at Adairviile, Ky. There is not a farmer but can buy a Jf 1,'allon of seed and t'lve it a trial. it (,'ives him anything like results I see in dubbing about over the highway, he wllLno doubt stretch it up to several gallons the next year. Try a ten or 100 square foot bed in your garden, if nothing more. This Is a day of and for greater proNot only ductiveness of our soil. profitable in getting the soil to a higher productiveness to fill our garners and swell our bank accounts, until it looks like a "pison" pup after two days death. But the great pleasure 01 feeling and knowing you will get a return for your labor If you get your soil in a condition that it will respond generously to God's bright sunshine and rain. Farmers, have got to get the knots and crimps out ot their noodles by reading and experimenting and getting a hump in their backs and go after it, if they expect to meet the demand and opportunity of the farm products. Get out of the old ruts. If you cannot fill them to make it easier hauling, cut out a new road. Yours truly, JOHN T. DITTO, May 11, 1915. Springfield, Tenn. MEN IN THE ITALIAN ARMY Statistics Show That Naval Fighting Force Is Also Strong. Home. In view of the situation now existing statistics showing the naval and land strength of Italy are Inter, estlnp They .Wow: Army. IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN IN OUR BANK, COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR INSTITUTION. WE ARE PROUD OF IT. YOU DON'T KNOW HOW EASY IT IS TO START A BANK ACCOUNT WITH US UNTIL YOU HAVE "TRIED." WE WILL GLADLY ADVISE YOU ABOUT YOUR MONEY MATTERS FREE-OCHARGE. THAT IS OUR BUSINESS. BANK F WITH US Infantry Two regiments of grenadiers. Ul of Infantry of the Hue, 12 of bcrsagllorl or light Infautry nnd 8 Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG S TRUST GO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IV by Pacli. DUKE OF AI1HUZZI, COMMAN'DEll OP ITALIAN NAVV. Ul IN CHIEF II Building Material, Building Hardware, State-Wid- of Alpltio chasseurs. regiments of HITCHING SHEDS NEEDED. days have been a great success in Hardinsburg, Irving-to- n and Clovcrport and other towns during the last three weeks. The day has brought about better conditions in Cloverport nnd the town is not only looking forward to many improvements, but is undertaking them. What every town nnd business section of any community needs, is a hitching shed. The country stores as well as thoe s in laiger towns should not allow hitching in front of them nnd should not uk it. Hitching sheds keep tho streets clean, eliminate Hies which bring to us typhoid and malaria germs, and protect the horses from the hot un. While we are looking after our own health and pleasure, we should not neglect the welfare of tho hoises. They need the shade, the fresh water and a little kindness after coming so many miles to town nearly every day during the summer. Clean-up thecus-tomer- mobile militia (corresponding to tho German landwehn and about 400,000 infantry of the territorials (corresponding to the landsturm). Each regiment of the first Hue has Its reserve unit Total Infantry about 1.320.000 men, all mobilized. Cavalry Twenty-ninregiments, each with Its reserve unit; 31 squadrons of militia, 30,000 territorials; total, about 150,000 men. regiments of Artillery Twenty-fou- r field artillery, 1 of horse- artillery. 2 regiments of mountain guns, 3 regiments of coast artillery, 3 of garrison artillery, 78 batteries of militia and 100 e - P Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. i tj M Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline ! J Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. II Correspondence Solicited. j batteries of territorials; total, about 450,000 men. TWO EX-P- R ESI D ENTS. One bellows and shrieks and gibbers, careless of the delicacies and proprieties of the situation, eager to embarrass instead of supMr. J. A. Beavin porting tho President in a time of extreme perplexity, thoughtful only that one familiar voice shall screech over the country and the of Kastland, has said that for the first year in is his wife lias enjoyed health. world. The other, quietly partriotic and sincerely courageous, warns Ask him him why, he will tell you that it was by taking the old herb malaria against the inllumnmtion of popular passion, counsels delay, holds up medicine from Greenwell & Worthinj;- tho hands of the President, whose great task ho thoroughly under- ton. See what others will have to say. stands. This Is no patent medicine, merely roots Which of those two sometime Presidents is doing tho more for (food) like your potatoes, etc. They will give a 50c package to all sufferers tho advantage and honor of tho United States? New York Sun. Signal corps, engineers, medical corps, men. commissary, etc., about Total forces which may be put in the field, 2,003.000 men. Navy. First Squadron Six Dreadnoughts, 5 guns apieco and mounting 13 h 8 BARBECUE JUNE 26, 'A' 1915 Breck-- X ' 1 mounting 12 guns; squadron h To speed, 22.5 knots. Ten first class battleships 4 mounting 4 guns; speed, 22.5 7.5-luc- h mounting 2 h BETTER TIMES FOR ALL. "1 left homo two weeks ago and never took as many orders years of travel for tho same length of time," writes my twenty-livLandlady Kept It and Had to Pay John T. Ditto, traveling salesman in Kentucky, Illinois and Tenne$102. ssee. "I never saw such a rally and brightness come over a country Anthony, Kan. The famous Harpet county umbrella, which has been in in my life as tho rain-- , have brought. It has not only cheered up the litigation for several months, became grass, but it has gladdened the hearts of mankind. Three years of SAMPLE NEWS. the undisputed property of Mrs. Mary drought, short crops, wars and rumors of wars, pretty hard things to Bchoeuemau of Harper a few days ago bat against. Thank God, just at present tho horizon is brightening Frank Shellman has purchased a lot when a Jury la tho district court as$2 for for thu Woodrow WiNon administration." Mr. Ditto's letter sounds from Mr. J. II. McCoy at this place. sessed herthereto, tho property rights together with tho attached tho of tho day and there are better times in sight for all Miss Nannie Dowell, of llethel, was costs In the case, which have mounted the gusst of Miss Myrtle Armstrong to 100. the farmeis and the rest of us. Mrs. Schoencmnn h the landlady at Friday afternoon. rooming house in Harper. Mrs. FROIIMAN'S ANSWER TO DEATH. Carl Armstrong, of Alexis, III., was a Smith, with her daughter two called to the bedside of his father, Mr. grandchildren, contracted for androom a "Why fear death? It is tho most beautiful adventuro in life." James Armstrong, who is very ill, Mrs. Smith with tho Schocucinaus. Thcso were tho last words of Charles Frohman. Thoy have been Mrs. Kobert Weldman Is very at says tho contract prlco for tho bed for published in hundred of papers, showing how humanity grasps at this writing. four was 50 cents. Mrs. Schocuemau was such a hope in the world beyond. If men havo hope, faith und trust Miss Permelia Shellman was the says it Smith75 cents. pay only Mrs. 50 cents would in eternity littlu is over said about it, instead thu amount of money guest of Miss Irene Weldman Sunday when she left, and it was accepted. Sho forgot her umbrella, and pioperty ho leaves is always stated in tho lines following his afternoon. Mrs. held it for tho twenty-tivcent Frank Shellman was at Hardinsburg death and birth notice. Tho way this Lusitania victim answered balance. Monday on business. death has created a now interest, a wonderful hope in tho hearts of Mrs. Smith sued. The Justice court Mrs. Catha Dowell, who has been gave her a verdict for $3.50 and $7 atmen. Frohman 's last words aro greater than any amount of money ill for several days, is now Improving. torney feei. Mrs. Schoeneman appeal he could havo loft to humanity. ed to a Jury, and it found again for Mr. Smith, and Mrs. Schoeneman paid Closing the stores early comes next. We hope to see the day Try a Want Ad. Today tb costs and quit. e with malaria, who vill call on them navy 14 squadrons of 7 aeroplanes within ten days from date. This is to each and 10 dirigibles. prove the merits of the herbs. Don't (Advertisement ) "SPITE UMBRELLA" DID IT. in miss this. speed 20 knots; 2 mounting 4 guus; speed, 20 4 and 12 knots. Five old battleships of small fighting value, 3 light scout cruisers, about 50 efficient torpedo boat destroyers. For joint service with both army and and 12 and 8 knots; 4 guns; the Young Ladies of Meade and enridge County Greetings: O We invite you to enter our Popularity Contest. The young lady selling the most Dinner Tickets Q for our Barbecue June 26, 1915, will receive a Fine Horse, Buggy and Harness. X The second, $15 in gold, and the third $10 in gold. prizes. We are able to announce this early the following contestants: Miss Margaret Conniff, Miss Myrtle Lyddan, Miss Angie Gibson and Miss Ruth Norton. Subscribe Buy your Tickets early and avoid the rush. The County Fair will be free as usual and practically every prize' given last year has been secured. TO THE PUBLIC! Corn, Clover & Stock Club. Irvinntnn I. B. GIBSON, kv kcy-not- o Pres. B. W. CARTER, Sec'v Lll-ll- o 111 The Breckenridge News the only medium in Breckinridge county through which you can reach "all the people" is . Sclioe-nem-an o ITll'I'M III IU ww trun m. m. m.m. AI1G lAAM'l' mirv. wh ww Wfa Bnckenrtdge Newt. 10, 191C WEDNESDAY, MAY. Eattred at the Post Oflllcc at Clorerport, Kj as second clfts matter. tHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE WANTED?! 100 Stock Hogs from 50 to 100 pounds Write or Phone Us A Tooth for a Tooth Ready-To-WeWhen your natural teeth have passed beyond the condition that they cannot be preserved by filling, then the substitution of a ar GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATF.J IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCE.ME.YrS Gold or Porcelain Crown DEPARTMENT 1 Bungalow Aprons . FOR POLITICAL For For For For For For Precinct ami city Offices.. ...J 2.G0 $ S.00 County Offices HARDINSBURG, I State and District Offices....? I.V00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line All Publications hi tbe interBabbage, Mrs. Rufus McCoy, and Miss est of Individuals or expression 10 Claudia Pate. of individual views per line W. R. Hensley was In Hardinsburg BEAR KY. j) is the proper thing They nre among the higher achievements of the dental profession and are the most serviceable of any work in dentistry. We can do some guaranteed work ilotig this line. See us 50c 25c , jr L0DIBURG W. A. WALKER DENTIST Maids Aprons Kitchen Aprons . Dress including Cap Misses' Aprons Dust Caps S $1.00 25 c 10c all r Monday. Miss Ida Hello Ater, of Irvington, , Change of Train Schedule on Mrs. Hugh Wood spent Tuesday in was visiting Mls Kmiree Bandy last Sunday, Louisville. The L, H. & St. L. Prof. Arthur Ater and Mrs. Ater and Mrs. J. E. King returned from Mc daughter, Hellen Bandy, were guests Monday. Quady of Mrs. Ater's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Effective March 15, 1915. R. A. Shellmnn, of Stephensport. was June Bandy, last Sunday. KAST HOUND in Hardinsburg Monday. W. R. MeCrrnrv ha rented George No. H2 will leave Clovcrport .. .. flsl.'.A. M. Lee Montgomery was in Hardinsburg Cox's property at Sample and moved 10:10 A. ai, , ArrlTlns Irvington 12il0 1' Arriving Louisville Monday aWemling court. 4:."2 I'. M. into it Saturday. No. HI will leave. Clorerport S:lti l M. Arriving Irlngtoti Stanford Urashenr, of I'rymire, came M. 7:40 P. Mr. ami Mrs. Byron Bsauchamp, of Airlvlng Louisville 5:07 A 11. down Saturday to see the boat show. No. 14(1 will leave Clovcruort West Point, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben 5:51 A. 11 Arriving Irvington G. P. Cunningham and C L. Wat-r- e Heauchamp at Mystic last Sunday. WEST HOUND 103 A. M, n, of Chenault, were nt Hardinsburg No. HI will leave Clovcrport. M Jess Payne Is on the sick list. 13:01 P. Arriving Owcnslioro Monday. 1i:5S P. 11 Arriving I IcnderMin George Cox vislteil his parents, Mr. P. II Arriving Evansvlllo Miss Eunice Wheeler, of Rome, Ind., and Mrs. Dick Cox, 7:43 P. II Arriving St. Louis at Union Star last 7:!4I'..M is visltlug her sister, Mrs. Dan Duncan, No. 113 will leave Clovcrport .. Sunday. 8::l P. II Arrlvlns Owtnsboro M Louisville. 9:35 P. Arriving Henderson Chas. and Carlt. Payne were at Har10:15 P. II Arriving Kvansvllle Mrs. R. F. McGary, of Louisville, is dinsburg last Saturday to 1I:3S P. II, hear Hon. A. No. 145 will leave Clovcrport .. 12:45 A. M 15. HenderArriving On ensboro " visiting her sister, Mrs. T. O. Stanley. ItSiA.M Arriving Henderson son, of Webster. 2:05 A. M Arriving Kvansvllle Sanford Brashear, of Frymire, was 7:40 A. II Arriving St. Louis... Rhodes, Storms t& Co. have moved the guest of .Miss Sudie Black, of Ad11:30 A.M. No. 14" will leave Clovcrport . 7:411 A. M Arriving Owensboro. into their new storehouse just com- dison, last Sunday. 9:00 A.M. Arriving Henderson -. pleted at McDanlels. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Payne attended Mrs. G. W. Payne and Mrs. Perry church at Clifton Mills last Sunday. Kemp, of Stephensport, were in LouisMrs. Bateman. of French Lick, Ind., ville Monday shopping. who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam Laslle and children, of Mrs A. M. Hardin, for the past three Sample, were visiting her sister, Mrs. months, returned home Tuesday. ' About People Who Live In Clovcrport, John A. Marshall, Sunday. Mrs. Bettle Norton, of Norton's ValThose Who Travel, Those Who Live In W. R. Moorman, R. G. Robertson ley, is the guest of Mrs. A. M. Hardin. In States Other Towns and Cities and and John W. Owen, of Glen Dean, moThat are Far Away. Society Notes In Hardinsburg Monday. tored to Cures Old Oilier Remedies Won't Cora Mrs. E. J. Banay, of Stephensport, is The worst cases, no matter of bow lone standing, ycli by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. visiting her brother, John More.dock, arc cured Antiseptic Healing Oil, It relieves and niece, Miss Nannie Board, of Gar- l'orter's Heals at tbc same time. 23c, 00c, $1.00. Pain and Edison Gibson has returned from field. k Owensboro. Mrs. U.S. Sheffield and twin daughters, A Great President has returned from a visit Mrs. Emery Margaret and Elizabeth, and baby, in Russellville. Virginia, of Chicago, are visiting her S. A. Davis, of Woodrow, was atHomer Morrison is home from Louis- mother, Mrs. Chas. Lamb. tending court at Hardinsburg last week. ville for a few days. Charlie Collins, Mrs. Fred Saden-wate- r He is an ardent admirer of President Miss Ossie Payne, of Wetster, is the and little daughter, Miss Amelia Woodrow Wilson. He was a strong guest of Miss Rose Newton. Sadenwater, of Irvington, were guests Clark man, but he is glad now that Mr. Mrs. Harry Williams will be hostess of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Penick Sunday. Wilson was elected. Say.s he is the to the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Cordrey and son, greatest President we have had in forty Miss Eva Foote, of Irvington, is the John Cordrey, Miss Miller, Mrs. Cord- years. Mr. Davis is just a plain farmguest of her aunt, Mrs. V. G. Babbage. rey and Miss Bertha Cordrey are in- er. He reads aud keeps up with current events and knows "whose who." Vivian Pierce left Sunday night for vited to Tobinsport Sunday to be the "Chicago for a visit to his brother, Robt. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wood Weath-erhol- t. . 1 . Hardinsburg, Ky. Office over Bank ot Hardinsburg & Middies the rage. $1.00 DC i ; Trust Co, Misses' Dresses l ) r- - r.r rivr f-- .i- W a. fy ts a Xotk Advertiser ilcni notify t tit- editor when you want :iderttsemeui discontinued. Splendid Values Let Us Show You g :, : :, 111 11 ADVERTISE Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD THE UM0N SIGNAL Campaign edition Issued monthly; '.' cents Hot li regular untl campaign edu Information along tlims contain temperance lines nun no sut;ressiui worker can afford to lie without. Official Organ ol The National W. C. Prim JI.C0 mt year T. I J. C. NOLTE & BRO.f CLOVERPORT, KY. - j U. nerjear. READY FOR BUSINESS! Wo nrc now ready to serve you in itnythinir in our line iiieli as r rersunai rai ayrijiia r Hay For Sale per ton. mitnher one FOI! SAI.K At Hay; absolutely clean cut, Lngllsli, cured and put up right II. Amnions, ICy. HALK Ice Cream, Ices, Candy, Cakes, Pies, Bread and all Kinds of Fresh Fruits Special Attention to SPECIAL ORDERS. Anything in the liruse delivered at any time of day Fresh Line ot Cigars and Smoking Tobacco. Your Patronage Solicited FOIt sey. Price Sm. Kv.. It. 1. For Sale Cow and Calf A good tnllch and butter co years old with voting calf, half JerV. .1. linen, llnrdlnslmrg. For Sale "UK Famous Mt.Jospuli Hweet Cider. .l.S.TInlus. Holt. Ky. See ) W. H. GIBSON, , Clovcrport, Ky. For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pigs I. C. FOlt HAL- Klevcn thoroughbred O. prl?u from L. It. silver & Co. herd of winner pigs, either sex, for?10eneb;3inontlis old. Call on or address. .1. Dugglns, I.eltch. H- initio Announcements STATE OFFICES Held. Ky. For C. H. S. Commencement Week llnve your clothes For Sale Pure Bred Orpliington Ejrjjs COIt SAI.K l'ure red lltttT Ornhlngton KJgs. I hatnile these fowls exclusively. II.CO per settles of 15 eggs. This Is a live and let live price, nntpiitun on account of thu war. Jesse li. Kskrldge. Uardlnsliurg, ICy. I For Governor We are authorized to announce II. W. IIOSWOKTH ....11,1..,.. r.. l!,,prn,il .if KVlltlll'L'V suhjee't to the action of tint I)eino;r.itlc Party, Pierce. Mrs. lohn Weisenberg will visit her daughter, Mrs. Noble, of Rocfiport, this week. hats In all white at Mrs. Cordrey's. ' New waists received nearly every week. Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Emer Ten Acres Planted August Primary. Wyandotte Eggs. We aro authorized to announce While Wyandotte Hggs for 11. V. Mi'CHICSNKV I have full stock setting. Mary Manning, saieattl.iK) per of I'rankfort. ICv.. as a candidate, for GovChenault, Ivy. ernor or Kentucky, subject to the action ot the Hoinocratlu party. Primary election, August 7. 1!H5 We are authorized to announce Cleaned and Pressed Kvnrvllflflv J WIPING OUT MALARIA honor of the elites of Telephone 70-- will flrosx tin in r ... 1915 Jim Dean set out ten acres in toLame Back. bacco last week. He is the only man in that section who has plants. John Lame back is usually due to rheuma- Sermon, his cropper, produced the tism of the muscles of the back. Hard plants and put out the tobacco. He working' people are most likely to suffer will have plants enough to set out his from it. Relief may be had by massag- crop of 2s acres. His plant bed is 400 ing the back with Chamberlain's Lini- by 200 feet. Half of this bed had a Try it. good stand of plants while the otlur ment two or three times a day. ma Sklllman. Obtainable everywhere. had none. Walter Weisenberg has returned from Rockport where he visited his sister, Mrs. Jerry Noble. HILL ITEMS Attending Bankers' Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce and little M. D. Heard, president, and Paul daughter, Lucille, of Glen Dean, are Compton, cashier, Hank of Hardiushtirg visiting at Rose Hill. Last week Billy, the little son of Mr. & Trust Company, are attending the Travel slips with every cash pur and Mrs. Arnold, knocked a can of con- Hankers' Convention at Springfield this chase at Mrs. Cordrey's Millinery and centrated lye over, and but for the week They motored over in Mr, Ready-to-Wethoughtfulness of his mother, would Heard's car. Department Store. Dr. John Kincheloe and Mrs. Kluch-elo- e have received serious injuries about the motored from Hardinsburg Thurs- face. She immediately applied lard Complimentary to C H S which gave relief and prevented great day and spent a few hours in Clover-porsuffering. The show windows of Oele's Drug Store, J. C. Nolte & Hro. and The W. G, Claycomb, of Owensboro, and 'Mrs. Harry Clark, of Cannelton, who llreckenridge News office are decorated A. A. Claycomb, of Stephensport, have has been the guest of Miss Anna iu honor of C. II S graduates Purple has returned to her home. been visiting their (sister, Mrs. Virginia white" decorations are attractively Mr. and Mrs. Will Aubrey were jn and Williams. Patesvllle last week at the home of Mr. arranged. Cloverport people In Louisville re Aubrey's sister, Mrs Peter Marlow. cently: Mrs. John A. Ross, Miss Louise Elegant Glen Dean Home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nix, of Duke, are here with their daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Howard, of Glen Earnest Evans, who is on the sick list. Dean, have one of the prettiest homes in John Wood has returned home after the county. The house is equipped Are visiting Fralze Mattlngly and family In with all the modem conveniences that are enjoyed in a city. Their gracious Owensboro. Mrs. Julia Wood, who has been con hospitality completes the attractivuess fined to her home for several weeks on ot the home. ar t. IN PANAMA CANAL ZONE American A. IS. 8TANI.KV as a cacdldato for (lovemor of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Democratic. Party August Primary. BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport. Ky. For Lieutenant-Governo- r We aro authorized toaunoucee Sanitary Officers Meeting With Great Success. JAMES I) I1I.ACK ot Ilarhorvllle, K.V.. ns n candidal! for Uculetiant-doverro- r of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party Iu Election. August ldli. Primary J 111)11 K Washington. The report of tho de..LAW., P. 11. PAYNE partment of health of tho ruiinma of Irvington. itsacandldateforClrctiltCourt for the hist calendar year shows Clerk of ltrceki nrlilge countv. subject to Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages aud Instrulieuubllcan that the American sanitary oillcers on the action of theAugust. I'.Ui. Party, In Priments of Writings drawn up and mary ElectloL, tho canal zone are nicotine with acknowledged success In combating maWo are authorized to announce en-m- il For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to nntu unce V. G. BABBAGE laria. Those other diseases so likely to PAIM. ItASIIAM vis-I- t whltu men In tropical climates, dys- entery and typhoid fever, are also be- gust;. WIS. ing coped wllh successfully. The report For Representative. shows that no deaths occurred among Americans In the canal zone In the We ure uutl orlzed to announce year 101-- from malaria, dysentery or II. A. CANNON, typhoid fever. Yellow fever, ns is well known, has long since been banished front the canal zone by tho scientific eltlcacy aud thoroughness of the methods of tho American sanitary olllclals. The fact Is that malaria, not only among the Americans iu the canal region, but among tho entire population there, has been reduced to n lower point than ever before. Iu this connection. It appears, apart from the report for the year 1014, that tho malarial outbreaks among employees In thu canal zone outside of Cristobal and Toro I'olut are now nt the lowest as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of nrecken-rldg- e county, subject to the notion of the ltenulillcan party. Primary election, Au- Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-J Dentist Clovcrport, Ky. of Madrid. Ilreckenrldgocounty. us a candidate for Keurcsentiitlvo. subject to the action of tho Republican party. In Primary Election Saturday. August 7. We lire authorized to aunoniicu O. A. WKllllIT, of McQuudy, llreckenridge county, am candidate tor iCcpresculattve. subject to the notion or thu Republican party. In Primary Motoring Time is Here Get Your Auto Fixed up for Spring. Does it need a New Top? Why not put a Stylish, Body on your chassis? Or let us paint it for you. Ask for information. up-to-d- ate Election Saturday, We Augu-.- t 7. are authorized to announce LOU AN IIICKEItSCN We Not Growing, ot Hazel Dell, llreckenridge county, us u candidate rot licprcsuutatlve, subject to the action of thu Republican party. In Primary Election Saturday, August 7. 1'JIS. Just Growing. point Tho pneumonia death rate Increased considerably owing to prevalence of measles among tho black employees and thu overcrowded conditions lit which tho peoplu live In Panama. Thu five diseases causing the highest number of deaths iu their order are pneumonia, tuberculosis, nephritis, organic diseases of tho heart mid malaria. In tho latter half of 1014 a periodic physical examination was madu of all food handlers in tho kitchens, mess rooms aud commissaries of the Panama cuual with the result that one typhoid carrier aud u number of cases of contagious diseases were detected and eliminated. This doubtless prevented much discaso among employees. In Colon and Panama the figures how a high Infant mortality, due to ignorance and Indifference on the part Our trade is constantly extending. Orders come to us from rural residents and our city businesses growing. The reason for this patronage is undoubtedly due to the care which we take in selecting goods and and in serving Everything supplied to customers. our trade is of right quality and rightly priced. If these inducements count for anything with you we would like to be your regular druggists. Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store tUtvirptrt, : : Kentucky account of ill health, is not much in proved. Miss Cora Durham and brother, Chas, Durham, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs, R. O. Perkins, have re turned to their home at Hardinsburg. John Ilaffey has moved on the hill in part of the house occupied by Earnest Evans. Arthur Daugherty was at home with his family on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. R. L. Fenwlck and son, from Brandenburg, have been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benton have returned to their home in Louisville after attending the funeral of her brother David Mattlngly. II. L, Stader, accompanied by Miss Alma Perkins, made a flying trip to Hardinsburg Thursday. I SENECA Men HAS TABERNACLE. BEES Oklahoma HAVE PARALYSIS. Entomologist Finds Evidence of Disease E. SanOklahoma City, Okla. born, stato entomologist nt tlio A. and M. college, lias discovered that a disease which he describes as paralysis has attacked tlio honeybees lit Oklahoma. Dcud bees aro furnished him for Investigation. He took live been and Infected them with tho bacillus of tho dead ones, and soon they died. Ho says; "In death they showed the same action as bees ordinarily found with paralysis. Their abdomens became distended, their t,wo front feet drawn up igulnst their chests, tbe four hind feet stretched out, sprawling and quivering; the mouth parto extersled and Quivering and the bend frequently turned to one tide." a of mothers. Subscribe Today Built It In a Single Day Seats 1,000 Persons. Seneca, Kun. A community tabernacle was built here In one day. At 8 o'clock the business and professional men of tho town gathered with hammers, saws, plane;! ami nulls and went to work. Hy 0 o'clock tho immeuso . building was completed. Tho tabernacle has n seating capacity of 1.000 people and will bo used during tho summer for tho Sunday night meetings and for a community center for social nffiilrs. In Its erecTho band boys tion and will use It for their weekly concerts. Tho ladles of the city prepared and served dinner at noon to several hundred people. Tbe Iter. Charles A. Richard is the community pastor and one of tho prime plrlti In tho erection of this JAS. BISHOP & Clovirptrt, CO. Untuck) F '? The curtains were thrown back sad' mailing business, and the government toward the Hargreave passed a man' leaning denly. Jones appeared, and Jim and does not propose to have them made KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES against a lamppost, but he never the Russian agent and a dozen police' known to the public through a long men. Tableau! and useless trial. It was a long run, IXTENSE SUFFERING turned to look at him. Hralno was tho only man who kept old top; but right la right. And by This man, however, threw away his InsHranci Offlci cigar and it to tho nearest bis head. Ho floored Norton, smashed the way, 1 wont you to meet Mr. Jed-soformerly of Scotland Yard." Sixteen years ago I was taVen sick pay station. Ho knew In hts soul that Ho indicated Jones, who started. with Kidney trouble and suffered terhe had Just seen the man for whom Cloverport, Kentucky "Yes, went on tho reporter, "I rec- ribly for three months, they had been hunting nil theso weary I did not work f ognized him long ago." but strenuous weeks Stanley Harduring this time and was mostly con grcave In tho flesh! Half an hour "It Is true," said Hargrcave, taking fined to the bed. After uslne other lonrs hand In his own. "Fifteen ycar3 Fire, Lightning Tor- nfter his tclophonc message tho chief ago 1 employed him to watch my af- remedies I dually tried a bottle of of the Ulack Hundred and many lesser Swamp-Roo- t. I immediately began to nacloand Windstorm, faire, and very well has ho done so. lights wero on their way to tho house And to you, you wretch." turning upon feel better, and after itslna seven fifty of mystery. Had they but known! Life, Accident, Health the naggard Hralne, "listen; thero Is cent bottles, was entirely cured nnd Now, tho man who had created this a million, and you have been within havo had no Kidney trouble since. I tremendous agitation went serenely Insurance. a foot of it a dozen times. It has been can truly say that I owe my good health on. Ho proceeded directly rnd fearDo you lessly to tho front door, produced a under your very nose to Swamp-Roo- t. You may publish this Poo's 'Purloined Letter?' Ha! letter lor this benefit of latchkey and entered. He passed CHAPTER XXII. people Under your very nose, within touch ol afflicted us I was with otherhone o( Old Reliable Companies through the hall and reception room the your hand! Now, take him away, Mr. paused on the to the library and A Night of Adventure. bringlnK to their attention this most Servan. Tho police will be satisfied dramatically. Florence Tho federal government agreed to threshold wonderful remedy. with tho prisoners they have." say nothing, to put no obstacles in tho stepped back with a sharp cry of Yours very truly, way of tho Russian agent, provided he alarm. She had heard the hall door So, presently, Hargrcave, Jones, Hattie A. Qulmbv. Florenco nnd Jim were alone. That could abduct his trio without serious- open and close and had taken It fcr Einile which had revealed to Florence .16 Spruce St. ly clashing with the New York pollco granted that Jones had entered. Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Wntervilie, Maine. her father's identity stolo over his faco State of Maine, There was a tableau of short duraauthorities It wan a recognlxed fact Veterinary Surgeon again, He put his hand on Jim's shoul- Kennebec County. that the local police forco wanted tho tion. Personally appeared the above named newspaper glory which would attend der and beckoned to Florence. "Don't you know mo?" asked the Office Trent 4 Walls' Literj Stable "Aro you really anxious to marry Untile A. Quimby, who subscribed to the crushing of tho Illaclt Hundred. stranger in n singularly pleasant voice. this young man?" Florence had been Imposed upon It would bo an exploit. Hut their glory above stutemen: and made oath that was nil; nor did Servan tnko his trio too many times. She shook her head Florenco nodded. the came Is true in substance and In Prepared to Treat all AnimallDiscases defiantly, though her knees shook so "Well, then, do so. And go to Euback with him to Russia. Anna M. Drummond. rope with him on your honeymoon; fact. Many strange things happened that that she was certain that the least Special Attention Given, (0 Authorized to administer oaths, etc. wedding present to you both, night, tho night of the final adventouch would send her over. and a3 a Calls at all Hours The Clean Life of the Reporter Told, for every dollar that he has I will add "I am your father, child!" Utters to ture. Dr. Kilmer Florence slipped unoteadlly behind a window, and leaped out. Tho blow a hundred; and when you get tired of HlnKlumton, & Co. Florence sat in her room rpndlng. DR. R.'P. KUNNECKE, V.'M. D. N. V. The book was "Oliver Twist," not tho tho dpsk and seized tho revolver which dazed Norton, but he was on his feet travel you will both como back here to Hardinsburg, Ky. pleasantcst sort of book to read un- lay in tho drawer. Tho man by tho almost instantly and followed Hralne live. Tho Ulack Hundred has ceatcd Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You der the existing circumstances Sev- curtains smiled sadly. It was a smile through the window. Across tho lawn to exisL" "And now," said Jones, shaking his eral times she had reached tho placo that caused Florence to waver a bit. the two sped, with on exchange of Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Still she extended her arm. whore Fagln overboard Nancy's conHlnghamton, N. Y., for a sample size shots which emptied both automatics shoulders. o o Noll IOEZ3 "You do not believe mo?" said tho but did no damage. fession she fancied fho heard door3 bottle. It will convince nnyone. You "Well?" said Hargreave. Hralne headed closing softly, but credited it to her man, advancing slowly. "My business is done. Still " Jones will also receive a booklet of valuable for his auto. Ho Jumped In, only to information, telling about the kidneys imagination. Poor Nancy, who want"No. I have been deceived too many be hauled out again by the furious paused. & and bladder. When writing, be sure ed to bo good but did not find time to times, sir. Stay where you arc. You reporter. A "Go on," said Hargreave soberly. fight fol and mention the Breckenrldge News. my butler returns. lowed; nnd tho clsan life of the re bo! will wait hero till Florence possessed a habit "Well, the truth is, sir, I've grown Regular t size and to most of us; tho need of ap- Oh, if I were only sure!" sho burst porter told. used to you. And If you'll let me play bottles tor sale at all drug stores. Livery, Feed and tho butler till tho end I shall be most ples or candy when we nro reading. out suddenly and passionately. "What "There, my angelic friend, I believo So she rang tho bell for her maid, proof havo you that you are what you that tho gamo is up. There is one happy." ridge we tip our beaver for the present "I was going to suggest it." intending to ask her to bring up some say?" Sale Stable shot left in this automatic. If you apples. Ho camo toward her, holding out his make any nttempt to escape, I'll She turned to her reading, Norton took Florenco by the hand and will probably have more to say to let you later concerning possibilities for a presently to break off and strike tho hands. "This, that you cannot shoot you have it; not to kill but to disable. and drew her away. Bus Meets all Trains Ah, tho damnablo wretches! You bell again. Where was that maid? Sho me. 'Where are you taking me?" she young man who is willing to work in and your precious countess will Arkansas, waited perhaps flvo minutes, then laid What havo they done to you, my child, Hardinsburg, tomorrow morning the Baltic, asked. jown tho book and began to investi- to make you suspicious of every one? sail from thero you will for to the lead "I'm going to take this pretty hand Respectfully yours, go and How I have watched over you in the mines." He dragged his prisoner to- of yours and put it flat upon $1,000,- gate. C. D. PAYNE, 000. And if you don't believe it, folThere was not a servant to bo found street! I will tell you what only Jones ward the house. Fenter, Ark. What in the and the reporter know, that the avia in tho entire house! "Your troubles are over, my child," low me." Sho followed. world could that mean? Used as sho tor died, that I alouo was rescued, 3ald Hargreae, as he pressed FlorColic In Horses. was to heartrending suspense, she was that I gave Norton the five thousand; ence to his heart. THE END. nono the less terriilcd. Something had that I watched tho wlndowB of the RusFarris Horse Colic Remedy is simply "And mlno havo begun," murmured The Final Episode taken the servants from tho house. sian woman, and overheard nearly ev- the countess. "Hut I have still one dropped on the tongue through a medBoth Ways Tf'rom whence was the danger to como ery plot that was hatched In the counshot." icine dropper. It has a ptoven record of The JZ3 Anywhere in the U. S. A. this time? Where, was Jones? Why cil chamber of the Hlack Hundred; The police stood encircling her of 59 cures in CO cases The women did he not return as he had promised? that I was shot in the arm while cross- Calmly Bhe opened her handbag and ing the lawn one night. And now we iliion Dollar Mystery' folks can give it. Get a 50c bottle and It was long past the hour when he was have the scoundrels Just where we took out er hankderchlef. it be sate. For sale at Wedding's drug said lie would be back. thick and heavy silt' one. Swiftly Will Appear in This Paper store, Cloverport, Ky. Sho went into the library and picked want them. They will be In this house she unscrewed th jp oi her walking up tho telephone. Sho was told that for mo within half an hour, and not stick tit will be sen now that the Jlr. Norton was out on an assignment, one of them will leave It In freedom. carrying of it was not an affectation!), Higher Prices for I am lie would be notified the mo- I am your father, Florence. but that extracted a vial and threw it violently ment he returned She opened a draw- the lonely father who hat spent to the floor. An overpowering sweet American Farmers. and that evening at the er in the desk. She touched tho au- tho best years of his life away odor filled the room. Jones, knowing you In order to secure your tomatic, but did not take it up. Sho from oriThe level of prices paid American safety. Can't you feci tho truth of all how deeply versed Hralne was In a left the drawer open, however. ental poisons and narcotics, nude producers for principal crops increased Earlier, at the newspaper olllce that this?" LAUNDERING desperate but futile effort to tear down "No, no! Please do not approach night, Jim went Into the managing edduring March about 0 2 per cent, aca curtain to throw over the liquid; but Do not Hiss it! 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS any nearer; stay whore you are!" bulky manuitor's ofiico and laid a cording to the Department of Agrlcul even in the effort he felt his senses "We pay the postage both waya on At that moment tho telephone rang. script on that gentleman's desk. ture. On April 1, the index figure of packages Cue. or over, work all going. The last he was conscious of ss With tho revolver still leveled sho Prompt guaranteed "Is this it?" crop prices was about 7.5 per cent The Argus Resumes. was a mocking laugh. deliveries In sauttury packages. picked up the receiver. "It is," said Jim. Will credit you upon reference. Hut the entrance of Jim, dragging higher than a year ago. Tne level of Who Is it? . . . "Hello, hello! The people of Central City and "You have captured them?" Hotter, Write for lnlormntlon. Hralne after him, shocked all the banstill, send trial bundle. I am county are to be congratu- prices paid to producers for meat "No; but there is a net about them Oh, Jim, Jim, come at once! ter out of the countess. She turned Muhlenberg Officea: 625 W. Jefferson St. from which not one shall escape. holding at bay a man who says he is and rushed madly for the stairs, with- lated upon the resumption of the pub- animals on March 15 was the same as LOUISVILLE. KY. There's the story of my adventures, of my father. Hold him where he is, you out having the least idea how she was lication of the Argus. They are. to be on February 15. The average price of tho adventures of Jliss Hargreavo and say' All right. I will. Come quick!" congratulated upon the good sense meat animals hogs, cattle, sheep and "Jim!" murmured the man, still adYou'll And it extho butler, Jones. they have shown in encouraging sd chickens on March 15 was $6.46 per 100 pounds against $7.37 a year ago. citing enough. You might Just as well vancing. He must have that revolver. worthy and competent a young man as send it up to the composing room. At The poor child might spoil the whole Farmers Home Journal. Cleburne Greeory to return and take midnight I'll telephone the introduc- affair. "So what Jones tells me is M. E. CHURCH, South up the work of making one of the best tion. It's a scoop. Don't worry about true: that you are going to marry this Cheapest accident Dr, insurance country papers in the state. In doing reporter chap?" that." For burns, She did not answer. this his community will reap greater Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The editor riffled the pages. SUNDAY SCHOOL, scalds, cuts and emergencies. "With or without my consent?" All benefits than will the young editor. "A hundred and twelve pages, 300 If only ho would drop that fearless words to the page; man it's a novel!" For many years he was city editor druggists sell it. 25c aud 50c. HARDINSBURG, KY. sn'le! she thought. "With or without "It'll read like one." of the Inquirer, and no one who was Opens at 9 a. in. each Sunday. mo anybody's consent," she said. "Sit down for a moment and let ever connected with this paper de Sell, Kill or Confine "What in the world can I say to you skim through the ilrst story." All visitors and strangers are cordiserved more credit tor conscientious At the end of ten minutes the editor to convince you?" he cried. "The trap the "Rooster." ally invited to attend. and faithful service than Cleburne is set; but If Hralno and ills men come laid down the copy. Ho opened a drawCiregory. He is in a position to do er and took out two envelopes. The and find us like this, good heaven, M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, more for the erowth and development Because roosters are allowed to run blue one he toro up and dropped into child, wo aro both lost! Come, come!" Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary "Stay where you are!" of Central City than any one there, with laying hens during warm weather tho wasto basket Norton understood At that moment sho heard a sou-- d and if the citizens of that good town $15,000,000 worth of eggs are lost to and smiled. They had meant to discharge him If he fell down. The other nt tho door. Her gazo roved; and it want to help themselves they will give the farmers throughout the United was enough for tho man. Ho reached envelope was r. fat one. him the support he deserves. Owens- - States each year; and most of this loss "Open it." said tho editor, smiling a out and caught her arm. She tried to boro Inquirer. occurs during June, July and August tear herseif loose. little to himself. For this reason raisers of poultry are "My child, in Rod's name, listen to envelope contained a check for This For any itchiness of the skin, for skin earnestly asked and urged to kill or s tickets reason! They aro entering the hall J2.G00, two round-trirashes, chap, pimples, etc , try Doan's sell matured males or confine tliem In to Liverpool, together with Innumer- and they will have us both." Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. pens away from the laying hens during Suddenly Florence know. She could able continental tickets such as are not have told you why; but there was Eggs that, are laid by the summer. Issued to tourists. Letter From Mr. Payne. "Why two?" aBked Jim, innocently. an appeal In the man's voice that went hens not mated are sterile or infertile, "Forget It, my boy, forget it. You to her heart. and do not decay. The fertilized eggs Dear Mr. Babbage: "You are my father!" ought to know that In this office we The Escape of Countess Olga. Have been in Arkansas for nearly spoil very quickly when subjected to yes! Hut you've found it out "Yes, don't employ blind men. The wholo the Influence of heat and if they are etaff is on. Thero you are, a fat check Just a triflo too late, my dear. Quick; to manage an escape from the upper two years and most of that time with left too long in Leaders the nests or under btorles. She had thought Bralne free. out our much cherished old paper, the and three months' vacation. Go and this sldo of tho desk!" News." Now that we are almost broody hens or are left in any very Hralno and his men dashed into tho As shei flew up the steps all the past of the Season- get married; and if you return beforo returned, all her warnings to that stub- weaned from Kentucky, except In warm place the germ cells begin to tho three months are up I'll liro you library. Olga entered leisurely. without a doubt this "Hoth of them!" yelled Hralne ex- born man. This was the end . , . dreams and fond recollections, will develop, the chicks begin to grow. myself on general principles." claim belongs to happily and tho two ultantly. "Doth of them together; Russia! The horrors of the cold and renew subscription, so please send These growing cells may die at any Jim laughed Then Jim went what luck!" the deadly damps of the mines . . . same to our address for time indicated stage of developement due to unfavormen shook bands. There was a sharp, fierce struggle; forever! forth to complete tho big assignment. CThey have the charm of beuty able conditions. by money order herewith enclosed. the the clittinctiort of ecluivene Flvo minutes later Florence called him and when It camo to an end HarJim, still holding the battered conWhether the embryo dies or not, the Fenter is situated on the Rock fehnement of the beet end newest in greavo was trussed to a chair. up to learn that ho had gone. spirator, watched her flight in amazetyle the enduring ehapelineM of fine Lit- egg is useless as food and is unfit for footwear. "Ah, eo wo meet again, Hargreave!" ment. What should she do? Jones had He could not understand till Island railroad, 40 miles south of If the wives of the farmers wide vat told her to stay in the houso and not paid Hraino. he pushed Hralne into tho library and tle Rock. Is a new place, regularly market. f Made in athe newest let y of correct all leathers, with models Hargreavo shrugged. What he the vanishing odor assailed his nos- laid out and incorporated, and contains would once realize how much money to leave it. Hut where was he? Why the famous "STAR BRAND" value Has one general store, they practically lose by allowing the did ho not como? What was tho meanin every pair. wanted was time. trils. What these fumes were he nev- M acres. ing of 'his desertion by the servants? "A million! We have you. Where er know, but they proved to be transi- church, school, good depot, telegraph roosters to run with the layers, they Sho wandered about ulmlmsly, looking Is it, or I'll twist your heart before tory. Five minutes sufficed to bring olllce, pumping station, wood and would immediately stop the practice. B. F. Beard & Co. out of windows, imagining forms in your eyes." all back to their senses. For the while blacksmith shop, and a population of Not one egg more Is produced with a tho shadows. "Father, forgive mo!" Her imagination had they forgot Olga. about 100, Is in the center of a nice male running with a Hock of hens than Hardinsburg, Ky, not deceived her; sho had heard doors "I understand, my child." "This man Is mine," said Seryan, level bodv of land 40x10 miles and one without one, and unless the roosters softly. closo "Where is it?" Hralno seized Flor- nodding toward Hralne. are valuable as breeders, it is far bet"Susan, Susan!" sho murmured; but ence by tho wrist nnd swung her to"He's yourB without charge," said mile from Saline river. The railroad is perfectly straight for 14 miles and ter to dispose of them at the end of the ward him. Susan was in tho hospital. Jim. "Oliver Twist!" What had possessed "Don't tell him, father; don't mind "I'm on American citizen," said you can see a train that distance of a breeding season and,replace them with her to start reading that old talo me," said tho girl bravely. Hralne, who, realizing what the fu- clear day. The country is partially the younger stock the following spring. again? Sho should havo read someHralne, smiling his old evil smile, ture held, readily preferred a long settled with good native citizens and If we follow this plan we can always thing of a light and joyous character. drew tho girl close. It was tho last prison term in America to the horrors many from other and older states are have good, strong, vigorous cockerels After half an hour's wandering about time ho ever touched her. of Russian exile. dropping in to make homes In a new (young roosters) for breeders, and at tho lonely house she returned to tho "Look!" screamed Olga. "Your certificate has been de- country. the same time get rid of the care of Every one turned, to see Jones' face stroyed," said Servan, "and the state library, feeling that she would bo I am associated with a Land Co., non producers. Let us at least make safer where both telephone and re- peering between tho curtains. There department considers your papers void Notice. was an ironic smile on the butler's because you obtained them under fal3e who own ?,000 acres of this land, the most of what we possess. volver were. XTAV4 attantlAN ...111 Um. which can be bought for, from $10 to tat w And while she sat waiting for she Hps. Tho face vanished. .lVAk nvvJt eruatlal uttvu itvu oaths. You aro an undesirable citiBfvviut knew not what, her Bwlftly beating "After him!" cried Hruine, releasing zen; and the republic is happy to learn $50 per acre. They have sold 10,000 Tat ShMm That Mm Nrt Arts Tm Hwtf given to the school and school gradtwtM tonic and teet, heart sending the blood Into her throat Florence. that you will be taken off its bands." acres of this land within the lastthres Becauu ol Its QUININ8 laxative than ordinary of Breckenrldge county. Any item 'of BROMO better bo that it almost suffocated her, a man Qulolnt and doei not cava acrvouantsa nor interest 'will be. appreciated . "After him!" mimicked a vofce from f. "And because," added Norton, "you years. rlnaioa: in head. Kcawaitxr t fcH and turned, Jjjto .the street and walked the hall, . To my old friends in old Brecken-- lo tar tk atfaartire ol . W. MffTSc.. have laid too many mines in the black JOHN O. BABBAGK. Mystery Million Dollar The noiselessly place. He L. C. Wmm i ft W 5 j ClOT) hand-to-han- Walls Trent fifty-cen- one-doll- :Ky. ODOOO We Pay Postage I J - Tuesday. May 25th American Theater Superior Sanitary first-cla- Mrst-clas- Society Shoes 1 TV LAXA-TIV- 1 1 Some Marvelous Exhibits Of Course You Are Going to See the Exposition the World in Epitome Shown by Displays in the Vast Exhibit Palaces at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition. Panama-Pacific at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition Exhibits In Agricultural Palace at the ARTS AND CRAFTS OF 10,000 YEARS AGO SHOWN IN THE TEHUANTEPEC VILLAGE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFI- C INICrlNAIIUNHL CArUol I IUIM cisco Is bolng widely exploited throughout tho world by tho millions of sightseers who have visited tho exposition slnco Its opening on February 20th last as the most beautiful, comprehensive and Interesting universal exposition that the world has ever known. Tho wonderful exhibit palaces house tho treasures ot the earth, whllo tho grounds, planted to millions of rare bulbs, are a gorgeous mass of color and fragrance. To the visitor entering the gates for the first time, cither by night or day, tho scene Is certain to hold the newcomer spellbound, as tho vast panorama unfolds bit by bit before the gaze and the eye wanders from ono beauty spot to another in an endless chain ot amazing surprises. Entering the main gato at Scott street, fot instance, tho visitor sees tho great Fountain of Energy directly before him its giant sprays sparkling and flashing in tho light ot tho warm California sun by' day, or assuming tho nppearanco of masses of flowing flames by night under tho powerful beams of tho great batteries of searchlights trained upon this work of art. As the Miell Is lifted tho eyo fall3 upon tho Tower of Jewels, the great center piece of tho exposition, and again attention Is arrested until the eyo has conquered the dizzy heights ot this tower, overy cornice and flguro sending forth Its share of dazzling lights. Tho world's advanco in all branches of art, sclenco and Industry Is Among tho electrical exhibits, for amazingly portrayed in tho exhibits. example, is the Audlon amplifier, Invented by Leo Do Forest. Through this Inf entlop the visitor In tho Liberal Arts palaco Is enabled to converse over the long distance tolephono with his relatives at tho farthest section of tho Atlantic coast and may hear tho voice ot tho speaker in greater volume than was actually given Into tho transmitting tolephono. The Intensity of the sound is increased by passing through heat waves. Today It Is possible for an oratoi In New York city to address through tho tolephono a large audi-encat San Francisco, tho sound being increased so that It Is of power great enough to fill a largo hall. This single advance In tho development of tho telephone is paralleled in hundreds of other lines. Tho railroads have made low round trip rates and amplo and reasonable accommodations are to bo had in San Francisco and the adjoining cities. o Today tho great International Exposition at San Fran- International Exposition Show Caterpillar Gaining Favor Over Tractors In Farm Macnlnery. An observer In tho Agriculture Pal ce at the Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition at San Francisco cannot help noticing, In the display of agricultural power machinery, tho almost complcto supersedence of the now design of power tractor, known as tho caterpillar, over tho cumbersome, unstable, cnglno of a few years ago. There are few of the old models on exhibition, while the caterpillar prlnclplo has been applied to almost every typo of englno for agricultural purposes. Tho caterpillar proper Is a heavy sheet metal chain, varying In width from ten Inches to two feet according to tho weight of tho engine, which passes around two heavy sprocket wheels like a belt. These wheels revolving, pass the chain about them, tho lower part moving backward, with tho weight of tho englno resting on tho broad surfaco of the chain be tween tho two sprockets. An engine of this typo can bo on ground soft enough to mlro an ordinary farm wagon. Panama-Pacific c medicinal purposes. Demonstrating tho power of thla mineral promoting metabolism a number of young plants, some existing with and some without the aid of radium, aro shown. Those in the radioactive soils aro seen to bo growing much moro rapidly than those In common soil, and to have a moro healthy appearance. This Inventor has found a process of Impregnating terra cotta bricks with radium-bearinminerals, and these small bricks placed in water are said to glvo It remarkable curative properties. The porous bricks last almost Indefinitely, losing only half their potency, it Is estimated, in 1,800 years. Since the discovery of this mineral it has been found that many celebrated waters, as Carlsbad and Iladen Baden, owo their health-givinproperties to radium. The Inventor claims that his process produces In ordinary waters tho qualities of theso famous springs. Tho radium ore used In the manufacture of radloactlvo terra cotta is known as carnotlto, a formation found mainly In Colorado and Utah, s and now producing of tho world's radium The European mineral, known as pitchblende, from which tho famous European springs aro Impregnated, Is also displayed. three-fourth- Radium Used to Promote Plant Growth. Some ot the remarkablo properties) of radium aro being demonstrated by an exhibitor In the Liberal Arts build lng at tho Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco, In with a new invention raaklnc possible the rndlofylng ot water tor c cob-ncctl- of the Roosevelt African Shotgun. A duplicate of the shotgun which Col. Theodore Roosevelt took with him on hla African trip, a gun constructed expressly for him by an American is on display at tho manufacTho Tchuantepcc vlllago on tho Zono nt the Panama-PacifiInternational nrninrer, In tho Exposition Is a bit of tho oldest civilization of the world brought lo San turer's exhibit Panama-Pacifi- Manufacturer's Internaot tho Francisco from the country of tho Aztec ruins In Central America. Ilcautlful Palaco Exposition, San Francisco. Tho carpet weaving Is shown, together with onyx cutting, clay and wax modeling, tional gun cost its Illustrious owner $360, ancient dancing and singing, pottery making and coloring and other arts design, graceful typical garden Is open to the visitor In tho and Its beautiful characteristic of tho people. A lines and wonderful Inlay work would concession In which is to bo seen tho landscape art of this people. justify tho expenditure to any lover of lino pieces. Tho stock Is elaboc c Duplicate THE WONDERFUL AER0SC0PE, HIGHER VISITORS ,Vl THAN THE FERRIS WHEEL, GIVES MARVELOUS VIEW OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSITION UNCLE SAM SHOWN ON THE ZONE. M"m lil W d Most Rapid Photographs Ever Taken. The most remarkable set of speed photographs over taken aro a part of tho war department's exhibit in Machinery Hall at tho Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition, San Francisco. They ore pictures of a shell from a coast defense gun in flight, the set Including tho various phases ot the flight beginning just as tho great projectile pokes Its noso out ot tho inuzzlo of the gun. Tho pictures were taken with a lens having an exposuro period of rately hand carved, tho barrels and ono of a second, this lock aro hand engraved, and tho. lock being the fastest shutter over manuis Inlaid with a hunting scene In gold. factured. The exposuro nt the proper Tho barrels aro of the finest Krupp tlmo In tho flight of the projectile steel. Before starting on tho trip tho was made by breaking an electric cirwroto to tho makers: "I cuit in a wire stretched across the really think It Is tho most beautiful trajectory at the desired point and gun I havo ever seen. I am almost connecting with tho shutter. ashamed to take it to Africa and subOno picture shows tho shell halfject It to the rough treatment It will way out of the muzzle before any receive." smoko and gas has escaped. Another Tho left barrel Is choked and the two right open. It is cored to shoot either was taken when the shell was by a feet from tho muzzlo but hidden buckshot or a slnglo ball. heavy ring of smoke. A third Bhows In a group In this Palaco are disIn flight a hundred feet from plays by four of tho world's greatest tho shell tho muzzle. The photographs are so manufacturers ot sporting arms, which Perfect and the exposuro so rapid that form an exhibit which attracts hun- scarcely any blur Is perceptible. They dreds ot sportsmen. Each display is were taken at Fortress Monroe, Vo-- , unIn chargo of a firearms' expert. der the direction of Capt. F. J. Belli of the coast artillery corps and Pearl Culture a New Industry. head of the department of enlisted Among tho Interesting exhibits ot specialists at the Coast Artillery tho Japaneso In tho Manufacturers' school at Fortress Monroe. Palaco at tho Panama-PacifiInternational Exposition 'is a demonstration ot tho methods and results of pearl NATIVE LIFE OP THE FAR PACIFIC. cultivation In the far East. Tho displays of this cultivated product, showing hundreds ot pearls which until pearl culture was placed on a commercial basis a few years ago would havo been tho possessions of royalty, will delight any lover of beautiful gems, and tho methods of production will prove interesting to any observer. Though pearl culture has become a thriving Industry In Japan, attempts to reproduco It In other parts of tho world have yielded but meager c c results. Tho successful method of propagation was evolved by the Japaneso scientist Koklchl Mlklmoto, who discovered a species of oyster which produced tho pearl on tho surface of tho shell. Though tho finding of tho oysters and Inserting the nuclei, then waiting for tho pearl to grow to a commercial slzo may seem a simple process, the fact that it lias not reduced tho price ot tho gems, even to that ot the most cxpensivo Imitations, shows that it is beset with many difficulties. ' The photograph snows ot tho Interesting Samoan c I I I at the Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition. Ono of the most valuable exhibits commercially, in tho Agricultural PalInternaaco at tho Panama-Pacifitional Exposition, San Francisco, Is OJN AEROSCO ASIT AWEAREO UN an ancient plow displayed in tho Massachusetts exhibit, and forming a In the unique mechanical achievement, tho AeroIs opportunity FOr the seeker ot amusement there striking contrast to tho Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition. The Aeroscope resembles a giant crano of International scope, on "The Zone," at the modern machinery displayed on y nnnKaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKm a novel and intricate design, its steel construction recalling that of the Basculo Drldge. At the extremity of the i mnniiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw t tho acreage of floor about It. standing room for 20 more. car with a seating oapaclty for 100 persons and long arm ot tho crane Is a Tho plow owes Its distinction to counter-balancfor the long At the short end of tho crano is a giant mass of concrete, which serves as a tho circumstanco that a hundred years ot tho crane. Beneath tho car are two great water tanks, which take on water or discharge It as passenarm ago Daniel Webster's youthful hands weighing Visitors to tho Zono at the Panama-Pacifi- c gers enter or leave tho car. thus always preserving the balanco to a nicety. When, for example, a man passenger furrows International Exposition find guided It along thoMarshflold, of his amount of water of equal weight is released from the tank, and when tho 160 pounds enters the car an Mass. farm near discharged Into tho tank below tho car. Tho car ascends without much to amuse them by a visit to father's drawn by a yoko of oxen and departs 160 pounds of water aro automatically to passengers whllo enjoying this "Soa Kum" and hundreds of other in- It was perceptible motion, and perfect safety and a Jarless ride of ten minutes is assured if tho futuro peer of American oratrip of 265 feet into tho clouds, or four feet higher than tho Ferris wheel. Two motors control the ascent and teresting concessions which lino tho tors and statesmen could turn an aero extremo height It begins Zone's broad avenuo for a mile. In ot tho huge car, and when it reaches its descent in conjunction with tho counter-balancSan francisco "Soa Kum" one tries to hit all kinds ot sod a day ho had to work from to swing slowly around on tho wheels at its base, giving a magnificent view ot tho exposition, ot daylight to dark. of neads lor all kinds ot prizes. ot San Francisco. bay ana of the city Daniel Webster's Plow c highly-complex two-storo o tho bells village at International Exthe Panama-Pacifiposition at San Francisco. The structures in this village, comprising tho native thatched huts of tho Samoan, or as they were formerly called, ths Navigator Islands, wcro brougnt Intact from tho native villages and are absolutely faithful in all their features. Thcro aro many natlvo families living In tho vlllago who for tho edification of visitors perform tho aquatic feats In which tho Islanders excel, and danco tho rhythmic natlvo dances. Tho llfo of tho people of tho Pacific ocean Is wonderfully Illus- trated at tho Exposition, and of all tho races nono aro moro Interesting than tho SamoanB who exhibit many traces ot Aryan descent. No Exposition visitor should fall to boo theso unlquo trlbcspcoplo. Vice-Preside- nt Thomas R. Marshall's Exposition Message to the Nation at San Francisco, The Vice-Preside- nt International Exposition of the United States, after spending five days at the great Panama-Pacifi- c indited the following message to the people of the nation containing his appreciation of the great fair: " Whoever can, even at a sacrifice ofaomcihtno which tot ene moment appears necessary, should coma to sea a real work of art never equaled, even bp a mirage 1 there ba anyone In America with a thirst for knowledge and for beaut if and a longing for a liberal education, sucn an one can Here obtain It. "This is the University ot the world, ft has a chair tully endowed to meet the wants and needs ot each. The eye, the ear, the mind, the heart, the soul, each may have its horizon here enlarged. I came to bear a message; I remain to become a student; I leave the feet of this Gamaliel of all expositions with regret THOMAS R. MARSHALL." The steps of my life soem to have been marked by national expositions. My young manhood began with the Centennial, maturity was marked by the Columbian and Louisiana Purchase, and now the sunset years bring me to this marvel of the Republic upon the shores of the sunset seas. So often have I thought I saw the Pillars of Hercules inscribed with their 'ne plus ultra' that I hesitate to say that 1 have reached them. But they who builded this Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition were so wise in adopting all the good features and avoiding those which marred the preceding oses, that to me it seems as near perisctioa as the mind and hand of man have ever wrought HARD1NSBURG. 7 "Keep tho old friends with the new, Never turn from them away; For the old are tried and true. And their friendship won't decay." Mrs. Gld Miller, of McQuady, spent last week in town with Mrs. A. M. Every Second Man In the Gourr-trand Mrs. Robert Itendrlck. Master Jack Hoard and sister, Miss Is Now a Refuges. Helen Hoard, have returned to their home in Irvlngton after a visit to their nunt, Mrs. C. L. Heard. church Saturday and Sunday evening. PEOPLE IN WANT OF FOOD. Stone's cakes are always fresh and While In town he was the guest in the nice. They are seasoned with pure home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Shaw. butter; wrapped In wax paper, and they There will be some kind of exercise Robert Crozltr Long Makes Extended retain their full delicacy right to the Tour of Country and Finds Groat of serving. Price 10 cents, at at the high school building each after minute Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Devaitatlon and Much Suffering. noon this week. The commencement B. F. Heard & Co's. Tells Exactly What He Hat Seen and proper will be held at the City Hall Little Miss Klnora Robertson, of What People Face. Friday evening. Both of the grail Glen Dean, has been the guest of her uates, Messrs. Earl Thomas and Francis London. Itobcrt Crozlcr Long, au parents, .Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robert1RVINGT0N Dillon, will deliver orations. State thor and special correspondent, has son. Supt. Uarksdale Hamlett will deliver written an account of his extended Mr. and Mrs. Jim Withers, of Kirk, the diplomas. Mrs. Q. O. Bailey has returned from tour of tho war devastated districts of were the guests last week of Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson and Poland. In it ho says: Lynchburg, Va. Mrs. Tlios. Withers and other friends. children, and Miss Coleman, of Gar "Finis rolonlae,' Kosciusko's epl Miss Helen Board nnd Jack Board are Look for Heard's big 27 Special Sale field, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. tapli on his country, has been visiting Miss Lillian Beard in Hardlns CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD on another page of this issue." Ad Minor Compton Sunday, burg. Miss Katie Eskrldge has closed her "A tour of central nml south Foland UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT John D. Habbage, editor of theBreck Miss Mary Nevitt has been the guest music class at Fordsville for this year enridge News, was In town Saturday and tho Polish parts of Gallcla con of Miss Mary Gibson, of Cloverport. ami is at home to spend the vacation and attended tlje speaking at the Court vlnccs mo of that. I visited all the Articles Energy 10c will buy E, E. Hardaway, o Louisville, was KUOH.. with her mother, Mrs. Addle Kskridge, House. 35 . chief towns nnd many villages, or IIEEF, sirloin in town last week. 410 In 10,000 square miles Mrs. Russell Compton, Miss Lillian Morris C. Kincheloe returned from ruins of village, MUTTON, left 445 Warren May ana son, of "Lexington, Heard and Howard Hook motored to of country lying between tho Austro' MILK. ,1030 . Lexington Sunday night where he had Louisville last Thursday. Mr. Comp German lines nnd the Vistula in a have been guests of Mcsdames J. M. 1'OItK, loin....- 1030 . been to participate in a mile foot race 1117- liltEAKKAST FOODS semicircle from the lizuru to the Nlda. Herndon and S. P. Parks. joined them Saturday, all returning ton He won the medal, running the mile in 1 visited also the basin of the Diinnjcc CIIEEHE H8J. Miss Mary Alexander gave a picnic home Sunday. five minutes and five seconds. HIJTTElt ...... 19S5. snd Wllloku. the theater of the san at Dent's Bridge lost Tuesday lor her School Andrew Driskcll's Normal HIOE 2003 . guinary Mny day outbreak. Tho couu music pupils. Mtsdames A. T. Atkins POTATOES closes at Fordsville this week and he km.try is n desert, the homo of nomads, I1EAN8, dried 3040 returns home for the summer. 1 got my llrst gllmpso of it on tho and J. K. Bramlette chaperoned the WHEAT KLOUIl .. C340 report a T. J. Hook has been to Louisville and "THE MASTER KEY" Uzurn, west of Warsaw, where during ctowd. All repast wasdandy good time. served. Energy Muscle nnd Strength Giving Qualities a rour mourns artillery unci every A delicious purchased another car load of auto habitation has disappeared. Mrs. Knott Hardin and baby, of mobiles. It seems that the county has will be presented in Ono pound of Hour costing on an average of 4c, will go as ''I reached this battle front llrst after Cloverport, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. It. far gone automobile crazy. Mr. Hook has MOTION dusk mid from an observation tower Blythe last week. as two pounds of incut costing 20c to 25c per pound. Order sold a large number this season. saw the rumuauts were gaunt, erect Ueginning Snow Drift, Bob White or Extra Fancy g Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas and daugh Hour from M. IS. Kincheloe, assistant cashier of pillars. This lx typical of burnt out 1. May your grocer. This will reduce the high cost of living. Poland. A street of frame cottages, ter, Agnes Beauchamp, of Leitchfield, the Hank of Hardinsburg A: Trust Co often straw thatched, catches fire from arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. D. W. has purchased a small automobile. Two Reels Ecry Saturday Night Iho first shell and only ugly rows of Henry. Stone's diver slice, fruit cake and brick chimneys aro left. W. J. l'iggott spent Sunday In Louis Hardinsburg Mill and Elevator Go,, Kardfnsburg Ky. rasin cake are the most delightful of all "Isolated factories all have been de Company, table delicacies. Their quality is origstroyed, mostly by airmen's bombs on ville. inal and not found in any other. Try Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Bettle Norton and Mrs. Julia 1 tho suspicion that they were staff if headquarters. Thirty villages cither Harmon, of Hardinsburg, are guests of one for 10c. Found at H. F. Heard & were burned or blown up. Co's. Mrs. Addle Brown. 3rv:. "The governor of Iladoin assured mo Mrs. Rebecca McGary, of Louisville, that in his irovincc 500 villages had W. Clyde Williams, a special repre Is here for a visit to Mrs C. L. Heard been burned. Refugees assure uie that sentative of Masonic Protective Asso and Amos Hoard. In a circle extending thirty miles elation of Louisville, was in town Miss Evelyn Gross came down from Miss Kathryn Igler, of Skillman, re around Lodz only five villages wore Bewleyville last Thursday and took the turned home Sunday after a visit with spared. Miss Minnie Woolfolk spent the week "Poland's population is suffering as end with friends in examination. While In town she was Miss Myrtle Hawkins. Brandenburg. no Europeans have suffered since tho the guest of Mrs. C L. Heard. High school closed here Tuesday. Sirs. J. J. Tilford left Monday for Thirty Yeurs' war. Every second man Rev. E, H. English and Mrs. English Chas. Gardner visited at Rome last is a refuge. Warsaw has 00,000 refu- Fordsville where she will make her Always In office during Office Hours: arrived from Herea Saturday night for week. gees, a third of them Jews. In lladom home In the future. Friends regret to office hours II IIHKIIIIII nB a visit to Mrs. Judith Dejarnette at I found 15.000 refugees, in Kielco give her up. i '4, Miss Beatrice Payne is visiting Mrs. the home of M. D. Heard. Mrs. Nora Board attended Women's Earl Weatherholt, of Owensboro. "A Warsaw rabbi assured mo that Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Mattingly, of Miss Alice Loesch was in Cloverport 100,000 Jews from tho towns of Lodz, Missionary Council of Louisville dis Terre Haute, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Piotrkow and Lowlcz aro without trict, which was held in Madisonville Mattingly have gone to Covingtou to Thursday taking musie lessons from homes. Many refugees still tramp the last week. Miss Lulu Severs L-- V visit Mrs. Lulu l'ulliam. roads, begging despairingly from peoMessrs. C. D. Hook and John Cook Misses Yerda Folk and Ada Lamb ple themselves beggars. Many thou- were in played a game of St. Romauld's Jrs. Lebanon Thursday. will leave next Saturday for ValporaUo sands aro huddled in tho tottering fragTreated With Liquid Veneer baseball against the Jewell Creek Jrs. Quite a number of our citizens at where they will enter the University ments of cottages, while 10.000 aro last Thursday. The score was 1(5 to 1 Write your name and address below and present the Coupon at shivering In the abandoned trenches tended the boat show at Brandenburg for the summer term of school. this store next Friday and you will receive, Entirely Free, a fine in favor of the town boys. large, L5 cent L V Dust Cloth treated with Liquid VeMisses Nellie Cockrell, Ethel Ahl, and terraced Russian dugouts at Ska- - Friday night. C. H. Miller and Mrs. Miller, after a ryszoni. neer, provided you purchase, at the same time, one 50 cent bottle of Mr. Bridwell, of Louisville, spent the Ella Leaf, Ruth Weatherholt, Mae "I met many refugees without food visit to her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Liquid Veneer. This is a special offer, authorized by the Liquid Mabel Polk, or money and mostly III clad. Near week end with his wife who is the guest people and they will not allow these Dust Cloths to be given Heudrick, and other relatives, returned Leaf, Gladys Groves, of Mrs. Adele ConnilT. away at any other time than the day mentioned. . lit to their home in Kddj ville last Tuesday. Mary Maries and Messrs. Ernest Cal Ostrowlec was a dreary procession of vin, Stanley Hayden, Jess Conia, Floyd men In thick sheepskin coats without Miss Eva Payne spent the week ecd David Clark, of Henderson, manager Kinder and Chas. Gardner attended the other clothing, women in men's trou with Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowell at Name- of the Imperial tobacco warehouse; Hen of the Home High sers and children In dresses Improvised Hardinsburg. commencement Clarksou, of Hig Spring, and Col. E. L School from shawls. at Rome Tuesday evening. Address. Dr. W. B. Taylor. C. A. Penick and Irvington, Ky. Robertson, of Glen Dan, attendeil the "Such Is Poland's present. The fu ture will be even worse. Tho country, family motored to Hodgenville Saturtobaeo sales at the Loose Leaf w house last Friday. Best Thing for a Billious Attack. ravaged una irreclaimable, beirins to day. resemble the primevnl Sarmatian Mrs. John Lyddan and Miss Myrtle James Skillman, of Louisville; Ernest waste. lioads, forests and even fields Lyddan spent Friday with Mrs. Nancy Woodward, of Hartford, and V. G "On account of my confinement in the have vanished. Henry. Habbage, of Cloverport, attended court printing office I have for years "Tho roads which huvo been repair been a last week. J. D. Ashcraft Is quite ill at his home chronic sufferer from indigestion and ed cannot bring food to civilians, for Miss .Mary I'ranklin Heard, who has liver trouble. A few weeks ago I had nil are crowded by parallel transport on Walnut street. The fields were destroyed been attending the Cincinnati Conser- an attack that was so severe that I was columns. Miiuara Biggs, of Louisville, spent I vatory of Music for the last nine not able to go to the case for two days. by transport and artillery trains, Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. wnlcli, finding tho roads too narrow, If months, will return home tonight In B. Biggs. Failing to get any relief from any other spread right and left, obliterating Twenty took the graduation examina- treatment, I took three of Chamberlain's Mrs. W. H.Holt was in Louisville I us--farms. tion here last Friday and Saturday. Tablets and the next day I felt like a "Winter grain was not sown, and Thursday. The eighth grade graduation wilt not new man," writes II. C. Ilailey, Editor there is no seed grain for spring. "The worst, because it is irremedia take place until during the Teachers Carolina News, Chapin, S. C. ObtainPrevent Hog Cholera. ble, Is the forest destruction. Somo able everywhere. Institute. TAYLOR & SONS, B. A. Thomas Hog Powder has woods have been hewn wholesale to The Mrs. David 1'enick, of Custer, has make causeways through morasses, a record of 05 per cent, cures of Hog been here for several days helping to Epworth League Delegates. somo to pave roads, some to make a Cholera, If you feed your hogs as di grade the examination papers. While Mrs. W. C. Frank, Miss Jeannette clear field for artillery, somo shelled to rected, you need never fear hog cholera in town she was the guest of Mrs. Lela Burn and Conley Arnold were elected bits becauso they afforded shelter for nor any other bog disease. And the McCubblns. troops, somo delegates to the annual conference of nnd burned. drenched with petroleum directions are very simple, lust about This forest devastation Dr. Milton Hoard, of Louisville, was the Epworth League, which meets at what you are doing, plus a few cents means for Poland generations of here last week the guest of Mr. and Glasgow the lirst of June. One of the worth of B. A. Thomas Hog Powder In Mrs. T. J. Hook. the feed twice a week. features of the conference will be a Usually though, Cholera gets In be STOWAWAY ALMOST DEAD. Mr. M. M Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy spent trip to Mammoth Cave. fore we know It. Then It requires the week eud at McQuady with their Denton was also elected. A Postal costing one cent might save you some good Seattle Man Hadn't Food or Water close attention to each hog each hog money on Building Material this year, by bringing to children. For Eight Days. you our prices on anything you may need In this line. must be dosed and if you will dose Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Rev. F. C. Hutton, of Versailles, Seward, Alaska. Lcland K. Farmer, them as directed you will save better Ltt us quoto you our price on Lumber, Builders HardThe Old Stnndnril general strengthening tonic. ware, Hoofing either Metal, Felt or Shingles-Pai- nts, preached the baccalaureate sermon at GKOVK'S TASTHUiSS chill TONIC, drives out a young draftsman who stowed away than 00 per cent. If vou don't, the B. or Wire Fence. We will quote you prices, Malaria.enricheatlieblootl.andbuildsiipthetya. on tho steamer Admiral Kvans of tho A. Thomas medicine costs vou nothlricr. the M. E. chuich, South, Sunday morn- - tern. A true tonic. For adult freight paid to your railroad station. and children. 50c Pacific Alaska Navigation company at We not some distant manufacturer Seattle, was found In the lower hold. pay yuur money back. For sale at He had been eight days without food Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. or water, but will recover. When disFORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, covered he was wedged head down- Got More Than Amount Incorporated ward between two bales of hay. JAKE WILSON, Spent For Her Ad. Farmer had heard that thero aro opportunities for draftsmen at Mrs. Harry Hamman, who placed an Ship Creek. Cook Inlet, where the govad In the Breckenrldge News, adver ernment Is assembling men and mate- Using chicks for sale, received ample for building tho federal railroad In rial Contains Articles and Stories for the Bride. returns. Mrs. Hamman sas whenever Alaska. she has anything to s,ell, she advertises. CHINA RFRISTFRFn Other interesting stories are: Cork Leg No Help to Him. The reason so many people lose out in WbllllW Wlllllll Cleveland. O. Owen Kelley's cork their business undertuklugs Is because leg Instead of acting us a life preserver they do not Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grand-- r advertise," said Mrs. Ham-maMan Who Wanted to Die" , n few days ngo when ho fell Into the when speaking of the results of son of old boari the famous Big lako from tho pier at the foot of East her ad. "Advice to Mothers About Babies" Will weigh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 and $25, Ninth street came very neiir belug a llfo destroyer. Strugglo as ho would About Moving Pictures" Card of Thanks. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. he could not raise his head to n level with ids leg, which tloated buoyantly. The family of Mr. John W. Pauley, Commander Kelly of the Ohio naval including his sister and brothers, extend tnllltla steamer Dorothea was coming sincere thanks for the kindness shown ashoro and dragged tho drowning man them at Mr. Pauley's death and funeral. out MRS, SAM FURROW. y Ing to a targe audience. While in town Rev. Hutton was entertained at the home of Prof. T, S. Williams and Mrs. Williams. Misses Sadie and Monnle Hall, of Vanzant, have been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Hall. Miss Lottie Handy, assistant cashier of the First State Hank In Irvlngton, and Miss Eva Payne spent Sunday here as the guests of Judge D. D. Dowel and Mts Dowell. Rev. George Tunstall, from North Carolina, filled the pulpit at the Haptlst POLAND A DESERT; FUTURE IS DARK Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 4 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. WHEAT FLOUR . PICTURES! Self-Risin- 30 Reels. Dreamland j T0BINSP0RT dr.. w. b. ...PERMANENT... taylor: Dust Cloth DENTIST rEm. 20,-00- 0. 1 FREE! A Big 25c Ve-ne- McGlothlan &Son CORN AND HAY! you need either corn or hay small lots write or phone you money. we large or will save J. 6. y-- What 1 Cent Will Write For Prices Tje June Woman's HomeCompanion June nt 8 I Manager. PfilMl RUTS "The uiliu Type "A Wonder," "Facts Pictures of Summer Costumes Try A "News" Want Ad.