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The Breckenridge news: May 26, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915052601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 26, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XXXIX T L CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915. SUCCESSFUL WEEK GRAND 8 Pages No. 47 SCHOOL TERM COMMENCEMENT OFBRECKENRfDGE HIGH SCHOOL Closes at Hardinsburg Peace Day Field Day, Class Day and Commencement Night Observed With -- Entertainments, Senior Play, Class Exercises and Commencement Program All a Wonderful Success and Inspiration. Brilliancy. REUBEN M. HOLLAND HERE as follows: Ruth Lamb, highest grade; Louise Weatherholt, Kthel Ridgeway, Eva Weatherholt, Lillian McCraeken, Lei i a Tucker, Lora Carson and Chlora MnySeaton. Three failed, The commencement closed one of the biggest weeks C. H. S. has ever celebrated. BARKSDALE HAMLETT PRESENT The commencement of tho Clover-po- rt High School was held In the Baptist church Friday evening, The church was handsomely decorated for the event and the program was carried out in detail, including a solo by Mis Eva May, who, assisted by Miss Elizabeth May, had charge of the High School choruses. Original Class Exercises. The ushers were the following High School Doys: Messrs. John Duke, The class exorcists given at the Celestine O'Connell, Darnell CJregory American Theater Thursday night ' ' ' REV. G. VV. HUMMEL ! of liussellvillc, Ky., who is assisting the Hcv. 0. Frank in the services at the Methodist church every aftornoon at o'clock and in tho evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited. . JESSE PAYNE Sixty-seve- EINE n CROPS Dies at Clarkson Aged Years Buried at For Har-dinsbu- rg. . (Special.) Hardinsburg. May Mrs. James N. Payne, at the age of sixty-seve- Breckenridge County-B- eard Brothers Are Farming On a Large Scale Other Farmers Successful. n years, after several years G. R. McCoy, Superintendent Ho is beyond comparison nd Forrest Dryden Weatherholt The flower girls were: Miss Virgin- is Perkins for Miss Sipple, Miss Mary Joe Mattlngly for Miss Robinson, Miss Mary Owen Oelze for Mr. Ross, Miss Donna Ross for Miss Tula Babbage, Miss Emily Reld for Mr. Seaton, Miss Lena Mattlngly for Miss Hemphill From '"The Faculty" surpassed any school exposition given in Cloverport history. The papers, while possessing serious thoughts, were brimming full of fun. Brilliant Social Affairs. Prof. McCoy and Mrs. McCoy were host and hostess to the graduates Mon day eveuing before commencement The graduates delivered their parts Special decorations in purple and white excellently and Mr. Reuben Miller were artistically arranged. Elegant Holland, of Owensboro, gave a splen- refreshments in two courses were did address. served. Just as the diplomas were presented The seniors entertained the parents, Prof. McCoy called attention to the teachers and trustees of C. H. S. at 'Bine pupils who were graduated from the graded school. Hammou May de- the homo of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. BabThe serves special mention, as he was the bage last Thursday evening. only boy, who passed. The girls were Continued on page A ooo of bad health, departed this life at the home of her son, Mr. I. B. Payne, at Clarkson, Tuesday morning at I2:'J5 o'clock May 18. Mru. Payne was born In Hardin county. She afterward moved to Brecken-ridg- e county, and at the age of twenty-tw- o she was married to Mr. James N. Payne, of Harned, where they lived until about three years ago when they moved to Clnrkson to reside with Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Payne. The remains were brought here Tuesday night and taken to the home The of her sister, Mrs. T. C. Lewis funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St. Romauld's church by the pastor, Rev. James Norman, after which the burial took place in St. Romauld's cemetery. Mrs. Payne leaves a husband, one son, I. B. Payne, and two sisters, ' Mrs. T. C. Lewis and Mrs. Bertha McGary, by whom she will be greatly missed. Clyde-Hodg- Rids Your Stock of Worms Worms are deadly, dangerous foes enemies to health ofhoga, sheep, cattle and horses PROFIT DESTROYERS thieves that rob you right and left night and day. You stock and worm3. SAL-VE- T can't have thrifty, profit-produci- 4 parasites and repay you will drive out tbci blood-suckinnan? times Its small cost. It. sharpens tho appetite, Improves digestion, all stock grow faster, keeps them healthier. (O they'll sell quicker .helps ad far mora money. Easy to feed animals doctor themselves. Money tack if It fills 10 fill every claim made. Mr. and Mrs. William Grey Clyde, of Pittsburgh, Pa., have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Miss Card of Thanks. Kmma Lilian Clyde, to Mr, Edwin Hodge, Jr., on the evening of Thursday, I wish to express my appreciation and the tenth of June, at 8:30 of the o'clock many thanks to the faculty, pupils and Pittsburgh, at Calvary Episcopal church, to all who assisted in the preparation Sir. Hodge is the son of Mr. and Mrs of the graduation exercises for the Edwin Hodge, of Henderson. week of May 16. Especially, do we thank the Misses May for their services Miss Sulzer Dead. in drilling the girls for the choruses. G. R. McCoy. J. C. Nolte has received a message an nouncing the death of his cousin, Miss Mr. Oelze's Will. Mabel Sulzer, daughter of J. P. Sulzer, Miss Sulzer Senator of New Mexico. The will of H. A. Oelze was probated died May 18 at Albuquerque, New Mex- in County Court last Monday. He gave ico. Her death was a great shock to to his son, Robert L. Oelze, one house her father and family. Mr. Sulzer was and lot occupied by him as a drug a merchant here from 1877 to I890. store. The balance of his estate, real and personal, of every kind he left to his wife. lie appointed bis son, Robert, Buys Gibson's Store. his executor to serve without bond, and Earl and Ernest Weatherholt, of be allowed a commission of 10 Toblnsport, have bought the confec- that he per cent, ou the gross receipts for his tionary store of W. II. Gibson, and are compensation. The will was dated now serving the public In the best manPebruary 5, 191s, and witnessed by C. ner. The young men are energetic W. Moorman and P. P. Payne, In business, and are and given a cordial welcome to Cloverport. Morris II. Kincheloe, assistant cashier the Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, was out 011 the farms of Heard llros., near Hardinsburg, last week and what he saw was so interesting and uplifting in the business of fanning that he was specially impressed with the improved conditions of farming and the good outlook for crops. He saw on these farms 2co acres of the finest clover, 300 acres of fine corn and 200 acres of wheat, good as last year's crop, 25 acres in tobacco already set out and enough plants to set out 75 acres more He said if the season continues favorable the Heard llros. will have one of the best crops they have ever produced. The Heard llros are young, pushing farmers and their work is the secret ot their great success itt farming. What the lieards are doing, other farmers in Hreckenridge county are doing. Not on so large a scale probably, but they are doing good farming and the harvests of this year's crops will tell a story of one of the best crops, save tobacco, that the county has produced in many years. Prospects all over the county were never better for an abundant yield and good business. of Hardinsburg, May 22. (Special.) man. Last week closed the most successBaseball game between Miss Zelg-ler- 's ful school term of the IJrccklnridge room nud Prof. Shelter's room m High School. Miss Zeiglcr's boys tvon tho game. Tuesday afternoon at the school Wednesday evening at tho Hook building the patrons and friends of the Hotel the "Red Rooster Club" (com- school were entertained by the grades, , posed of the High School boys) gave a It being "Peace Day" the idea was banquet to their girl friends. carried out in tho program Kach and Thursday afternoon In the chapel of every one of them were .1 credit to the school building tho High School their teacher. Everything that d boys and girls rendered their class do is interesting. songs, recitations, vocal and instruTuosday evening at tho school build- mental solos and last gave their yells. ing, also, a reception was given by the At the closo of their program Prof. Athletic Association to one of their Williams, on behalf of the Kincheloe's number, Morris C. Kincheloe, who had Pharmacy, presented the gold medal won the medal In the Tournament at olTured to tho High School pupil reLexington In a mile race. There was ceiving tho highest avorage for the a, largo number of their friends pres- term. Miss Lucy Whltworth, a Freshent for we are always proud of our man, received the medal. There were boys winning anything. two others with only a fraction less. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Heard very Friday evening at tho City Hall a kindly offered their Held for the "Field splendid program was rendered. Day" exercises, which were held there Salutatory Kentucky, Her InfluWednesday afternoon. A larga and ence Upon Literature Earl L. Thomas. enthusiastic crowd greeted the pupils Valedictory Service, the Aim of at two o'clock sharp. The following Life J. Francis Dillion. Is a list of tho prize winners: These orations wore splendid. One mile race Morris C. Kinche Supt. Uarksdale Hamlett delivered loe. the class address. All felt that it was One half of a mile race Mallow a treat to have such a gifted man as Robinson. Mr. Hamlett with us on this occasion. 45O yard dash William Evans. Prof Williams, with a heart full of 100 yard dash Grover Gregory. love and good advice to the graduates, 5O yard dash Prancts Dillion. Uslay race between the Sophmores delivered the diplomas. The following furnished the music and Juniors Juniors were victorious. for this occasion: Mesdames C. V. Shot put Mallow Robinson. Three legged race Paul (Jhambliss Robertson, John D. Shaw, Henry Trent, Misses Martha and Isabol Gardner, and Mallow Robinson. Nail driving contest Miss Mina Mary Franklin Beard, Hallie and Francos Lee Drown. Lyons. Egg contest Hareie Thomas. Kavs. Robert Johnson and S. K. Running broad jump Hobert Shell- - Hunt were present and took part. chli-dre- Entertain to Dinner. Louisville on the A. M. Harrcl, bridge foreman Hender"Dixie" Highway son Route, and Mrs. Harrel entertained to dinner Saturday, ou his dining car, Chattanooga, Tenti , May 22. Unable Unmet J. 11. Walker, chief engineer, Wilhelm, rodman, nud Jno. D. llabbage. to dispose of Cincinnati and Lexington because of developments coming at the last moment, and at the same time com1,000 Lambs. pelled to recognize Louisville, the Dixie Arthur Heard has bought a thousand Highway commission today attempted lambs for June and July delivery. Price to settle the routing problem by placing Louisville on the West Dixie highway, SVi to 7V3 cents. along with Nashville, and Lexington along with Cincinnati on the East Dixie K. of P. Notice. highway, the east and west routes Indianapolis and Chattanooga. The memorial exercises of Hreckenway, or the lowThe Lincoln-Jackso- n ridge Lodge No. CI, K. of P., will be er Kentucky road, passing West Point, held Sunday nfternoon June 6th. All Elizabethtown, Cave City and Howling members are requested to be at K. of Green and extending to Nashville P. hall by 1:30 p. m. around by the way of Kussellville, was H. G. Yeager, designated the official west highway C. W. Hamman, route through Kentucky, due to the W. A. Rolf. of Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg, one of the Kentucky commisGoes to Penitentiary. sioners. Sheriff A. T. Heard took Henry Du- Falls and Breaks Arm. gait to Kddyville last week to serve two to five years in the penitentiary for Matthias Hook, Hardinsburg, who forgery. made a very narrow escape from being blown to pieces from exploding powder A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia keg, fell last week from a winnow and and cotistipation. weakens the whole broke bis right arm just above the wrist. system. Doan's Rcgulets (2.5c per box) act mildly ou the liver and bowels. At Subscribe Today all drug stores. ALFALFA HORSE AND MULE FEED Is the best and cheapest feed you can buy. Is con sidered by experts to be the best food available for brood mares before and after foaling. JNotice ingredients. Can be used as whole or part ration. By far the best feed for animals at hard labor, Several Horses Die Suddenly. 650 O5O Acres In Corn. Come in and get more actual proof of its wonderful merit. T and guarantee It to every purchaser. Wa are exclusive agents for 1 Vm save BoU) tin u4 freight cbargct by dealing wtia us, 14 SAL-VE- McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQnady, Ky. Green Bros., of Palls of Rough, have acres of corn planted. They had nine double teams plowing Friday. The heavy rain of Saturday washed a good deal of it up and replanting will be necessary. The rain did a good deal of damage all over the county, especially Grover Hruuer, near Garfield, had two fine horses to die last week valued at $500. June Wood lost two, all ,ho had, and Mrs. Comptou lost a good marc. These animals all died suddenly with an unknown disease. Thisfeedismadoof Alfalfa Meal, Cracked Corn Oats, Cano Molasses and Salt. 11.50 per cent Protein. 10 per cent guaranteed. We i Try It and be Convinced are Dally Receiving Duplicate Orders Eastern Star Notice. An ice cream supper will be given by the Eastern Stars at Stephensport Fri day night. Everybody come. Heston, Whitworth & Company Cumberland Phone along the creeks and branches. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Read the Want Ads. f The Greatest Event of The Season For Men the above dates tee will present the greatest exposition of Men's Trousers ever held in this city. All the new weaves, new patterns and new models for the Spring and Summer of lOlfi are here awaiting your inOn won't regret it. The fact that every pair is Marx 5Nla.de is sufficient guarantee of the best there is in workmanship and fashion. spection. Truly the showing is, beyond any doubt, the finest we have ever presented for your consideration. e TroWe want you to see this exhibit of men's users sec our window display and then come in and look oyer the wordcrful variety of patterns and fabrics. Vow high-grad- enjoy an international reputation as one of thehighest "Class Clothing" concerns. Every single garment is carefully inspected before it leaves this factory and is sent to you backed by a double guarantee ours and the makers'. d" The makers of MarX Made ClotlieS (patMARX HADE TROUSERS are the only Trousers made with the "Wunder Waist-Banented Dec. 10, 1912.) This device is the greatest single innovation ever introduced in trouser construction. No more torn belt loops; no slipping of the belt; no unsightly bulges over the hip. These are some of the things that are eliminated by the "Wunder Waist-Band- ." And What is just as Pleasing they COST NO MORE re Than a Million Men Wear Marx Made Clothes rlH IlQHillTICKllllv Ilardinsburg & Trust Co, .' A I 50 50O Tf-w- r PROOEEDENGS (Continued from I.iit week.) H amount 1915 ji.iit for revenue stamped S 011 orders January 25, y 15 ISy uiuount paid premium for insurance on poorhuiise February I, 1915 Ily amount paid l'rauk Dellaveii, lights February 13, I j 5 Ily amount paid Owen Meador, wood for March 27, 19I3 Ily amount paid Sam Marshall, wood 00 tor jailer April .3, I9I5 Ily amount paid Trent & Wall-- , hauling for ' January it, county April 3, 191s Ily amount paid 54 George Hook, wood for 6 00 jailer Ily amount paid interest on $500 J 70 note to April 1, 19 15 . Ily amount paid interest 011 4 85 5iooo to April I, 1915 Ily amount paid interest on overdraft 3 75 Ily amount paid Frank Dellaveii, lights 20 00 (len;ral Expense Cont. Dr. 1 I 50 ... 14 50 3033 16 fi j 1'y amount 13, I9I5 paid Horace Riley, janitor.. February 27, 1915 Ily amount paid ( Iweu .Meador, wood for jailer .March 6, I915 Ily amount paid Frank Dellaveii, lining for courthouse March 1,1, 1915 Ily amount paid II M. Illair, wood for jailer February 5 00 Cr. 35:4 15 251 76 2 2.5 Amount brought ward Balance for37fi5 91 -, 5 5u .$376.- 91 $376.5 9I Balance on hand due this fund 5251 76 jailer.... Marcli lK, I y r, Ily amount paid Horace Riley, janitor .service 2 25 Outstanding General Gxpense Bonds. No. , held by Mrs. A. M. Uskridge ..........$104000 , held by Mrs. J. IS. ... - . ... .. 2o 'to No 5WJ THE Prepare Now For FLY! BETTFR STILL KEEP HIM OUT; SCREENS Fly Time Wo Wire and Cloth Netting And Frames carry a FULL LINE of WIRE NETTING (or window and door Galvanized and copper wire, for those- who demand tbo kind Bcrccns. loata longest ,Wo GUT any SIZE you want. You can PHONE. that Also a Full Line of International Harvester Machinery and Binder Twine C. A. TINIUS, Stephensport, Ky. Total fn.4'7 73 Your treasurer filed herewith cancelled bond No. I7 Railroad tax district which has been paid for Jiooo.oo, also cancelled note issued October 9, 1913, h for balance due Murphy Bros on Tell the Tale. Results Also Commissioner Mill Bridge. and Receiver's note dated April 5, lfllo, Can you doubt the evidence of this on which there was a balance due of citizenV Cloverport $1,000,00 filed herewith which was reYou can verify Cloverport endorse- newed as per order of October term, ment. 1914; also, two bridge bonds No. 2 and Read this: for $500.00 each which was renewed Clover-por- t, 41 J. C. Weatherholt, crocer, by order of court, October term, 191 1. says: "I had little Idea that 1 I had set- Road Fund First magisterial District. would ever be well again. tled up my affairs, believing It would January 5, 1914 To amount be impossible for me to last a great received from hire of team, while longer. The pain In my back $ O. I). Beard 3 00 was terrible, especially when I stoop April lo, I9I4 To amount reono had run cd. It seemed as If some ceived from DeuuieSheerau, a knife Into me. My heart action was sheriff, amount on hand at irregular. became dizzy and often time of his settlement, and had to catch hold of something to keep paid to me by order of court 288 95 from falling. My knee joints were swollen to twice their normal size and May 5, I9I4 To amount received from hire of teams, I had lost weight until I was a mere Phil McGary 9 90 skelton. The kidney secretions contained sediment and the passages December 9, 1914 To amouut Sheeran, Sheriff, received from hire of team, were painful. Doctor's medicine did amount of overdraft 15 me no good, neither did the so called G. D. Beard iu this District, and kidney cures. Ooan's Kidney Pills, December 26, 1914 To amount ordered paid to him received trom hire of team, procured at Fisher's Drug Store, soon by Court, the Everett Meador cured me." 5 10 See Order Book No. Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. 2. page 33 simply ask for a kidney remedy get I 266 49 Total foOS 45 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that August 3, 19I4 Ily check paid $266 49 $266 49 n Webster Mr. Weatherholt had. Stone Co. for 80 crushed stone.............. Co., Props., lluffalo, N. Y. 30 Road Fund Third magisterial District. August 3, 19I4 By check paid April 10, 19I4 To W. R. Moorman & Son, for 260 00 Kincheloe , received amount lia 97 9 , held by Hank of Har No. from R, M. Basham, January 5, 1915 By dinsburg & Trust Co., which County Road Engiamount paid D. D. has been renewed. See orby order of neer, Dowell, expenses to der October Term, 1914, Order Court See Lexington and Louisl'iscal Court 1000 00 Book No. 2, page 33..$ 408 81 ville, Ky., in the inNo. "A" holder unknown 500 00 10, terest of State aid.... 1914 By $ 25 00 April No. "II" held by C. II. Mat- amount paid Dennie Balance 154 75 ti"Kly looo 00 Sheeran, Sheriff, of No. "C" held by C. M. 295 45 38 45 3S 45 overdraft In this District, paid to him 600 00 To balance in hands of No. "E" holder unknown. by order of Court, Treasurer due this No. "C" holder unknown, 00 500 See Order, Book No. fund $ I54 75 No. "D" holder unknown, 500 00 $ 408 81 3, page 33 No "E" holder unknown, looo oO Road Fund Second Magisterial No. "I"' holder unknown, 1000 00 District. 4o8 81 $408 81 No. "G" holder unknown. looo 00 April 10, 19H To No. "H" holder unknown, ', Road Fund Fourth flaglsterlal 500 00 received amount fiOo 00 No. ."1" holder unknown, District. from R. M. Ilasham, No. "J" holder unknown, 500 00 December 27, 1913 County Road EngiNo. "K" holder unknown. 500 00 To amount received neer, by order of from the town of Total $10,695 45 see Court, order Irvlngtou, for work , payable to Bank of No. book No. 2, page 33.. 266 49 to Bank of done by County in, , payable No. April 10, I914 By Hardiusburg Sc Trust Co... 32233 the corporate limits amount paid Dennie SE WANTED! For Immediate Delivery 100 Head Stock Hogs 200 Head Sheep 100 Eve-leig- Head Stock Cattle 1 ROBERTSON & BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. of Irvington... 9 50 December 27, 1913 To amount received from Dennie Sheeran, Sheriff, amount in his hands due this fund, at the time of his last settlement, and paid to me by order of Court....... 144 59 ..... Foster-Mllbur- fi54 August 3, 1914 By amouut paid Morris Bros, amount subscribed by the County to be applied on pike work done by citizens September It, I9I4 By amount paid J. L. on Morris, balance road work, Hardinsburg and Klizabeth- towu road 11, I9I4 September By amouut paid D, C. Heron, for team on 09 $ 60 00 5 70 road........ Balance ........ h 7 80 89 To balance on due this fund hand f 154 09 l54 09 t 80 89 Continued on Page 6 Send Us Your Mail Orders order amounts to $r.UU or more, 200 miles of Louisville, dors and wo will till them carefully nnd promptly and send them to you frco of charge. If not inuilablo br Parcel Post and tlin wo If you cannot attend this salo in person, send us your or win uonver 11 ireo wimin J.HHBH8S Send Us Your Mail Orders If you cannot attend this sale in person, send uh your orders and wo will till them carefully and promptly and send them to you free of chiirgp. If not mailable by Punic Post and the order amounts to $5.00 or more, we will deliver it free within 200 miles of I Loui-ville. Our 70th Anniversary Sale is Now Going On ENDS SATURDAY, JUNE 5th A Partial List of Some of The Many Bargains Beautiful Kimonas House Dresses Regular price $1.25 nmdo of Amoskeag gingham or percale; in a large and beautiful le lino of styles; all size. Celebration I wu price "IP-Sa- I and House Dresses Neckwear and Veilings Continued Women's Waist Sets all-whi- At Prices You Cannot Possibly Resist Excellent Kimonos The original price was $2.50: they are made of French crepe, are full cut and trimmed with ribbons; Empire or princess effects; ft qq large or small patterns; light and dark shades. Celebration Sale price OlidU riesh Veilings In black and white, the different colors. Original prices to $1.35; sale prico, per yard all-blac- and OC ZDR Women's Vestees White embroidered organdie, with high roll plaited back collar, low neck effect. 50c 25c Qualities Qualities now 39c now 15c Oriental lace or organdie, plain and embroidered; new shapes, tint or highroll back; collar und cull's to match. 50c Qualities now 39c 25c Qualities now 19c Women's Collars Oriental lace or organdies, embroidered or lace ede; flat xlnpcs or high-rol- l OCn plaited backs: 50c and Zub t House Dresses mi Regular price 98c: the materials arc gingham thnv nrn wnll Ullldc and nicclv trimmed in checks, stripes or fancy PQp uuu patterns, ucieorauon oaio price nnrl nnrpnln' Negligee Robes Original price $2. US; made of seco silk, crepe Km pi re stylo; new patterns and now effects; ribbon trimft4 7Q med; all shades. Celebration Salo price or silk; beautifully made in Utility Dresses Original prices $1.50 to $1.98; made of cham-braFrench gingham or percale; house or porch dresses a large line of styles; QCn JUu in all sizes; Celebration Sale price y; Olifu Woman's Petticoats Muslin Silk and Satin Kimonos These are very handsome garments; made in the Empire or princess styles; in small or large patterns; selling ordinarily for An pn wuiwU $4.98. Celebration Sale price is Pretty Kimonos Made of flowered crepe in Empire and princess effects; now patterns and styles; Qln reg. price $1.50. Celebration Sale price iyj r5i Combing Sacques A simple little negligee garment for use in 4 ftp the boudoir; the regular price is 25c. Ub The Celebration Sale price is gU Dressing Sacques Original selling price 75c; made of lawn or oieoruuon percale; all sizes, yinp Hu b . Sale price , Lawn Kimonos Made in a good quality of pretty flowered lawn; made nice and full and long; regular $1.25 quality. Celebration 59c Sale price Dressing Sacques Original prices 39c to 50c; well made; of percale and lawn. Celebration OOp Sale price Bungalow Aprons An ordinary quality that usually sells for 39u; made of gingham and percale, and butft ton down the front or back. Cele- Z (j liration Sale price OliUU for Muslin Petticoats; mado nice and full; trimmed with lace and embroidery; 75c to FiQp $1.25 values; sale prico uuu Muslin Petticoats; made full; trimmed with lace, ribbon bcuding and embroidery; 7Qn 98c to $1.25 values; for f 3U Whito Petticoats; made of longcloth and trimmed with luce insertion and edge to match; also embroidery and ribbon beading QQn trimmed; 1.50 value; salo price uUb Whito Petticoats; we are showing a lovely line of theso petticoats, with deep flounce of laec and embroidery; $2 to yl.tti) values; $1.50 sale prico flounce; come three in a package and worth " 59c each, this sale the three flM flfl Petticoats; with deep embroidery Colored Petticoats: made of satin massulinc, chiffon, taffeta, the new black and whito awning .stripe, wash crcpo and wash pongee; in all the new shades, including changcables and black; five styles' of flounce to select from; regular and extra sizes; tfM Q7 $3.98 value, for Oil Silk Petticoats; new flare stylc,satin llouncc; all colors, 2 regular prico; tfM JIP sale price q f0 ,Ier.-ey-t. Jersey-to- p Petticoats: with peach bloom llouncc; also washable Xcarsilk Petticoats, with 79c new style flounce; $1.25 value sateen, all Colored Skirts; made of high-grad- e shades and black, 75c values; sale price 37c . House Dresses Amoskeag and French Percalo House and Porch Drosses; made on the styles of very dresses. They como in stripes, checks and plain colors; regular $1.75 fti OP 01 iZU values. Celebration Sale price high-price- d Bungalow Aprons A very good quality that tolls for 75c; made of Amoskeag gingham, cheeks and stripes; in both loose and ritted styles. ICn Celebration Sale price White and Colored Wash Goods Check Nainsook Extra nice quality; for summer underwear; special priced for tins sale at 5c per yard Plisse Crepe Light or dark L'round with signs: 30 inches wide: 22c value sale price, yard rose-lined de- 4 tub Z2u Children's Coats, Hats and Dresses Offerings Pajama Cloth 2,000 yauls; 30 inches wide; good for "7l Organdie 2(j 10 inches wide; in a big line of beautiful floral desigues; 35c value; 19c sale price, per yard underwear; special price, per yard of Marvelous Values at Prices That Are Hardly India Mnon Fine sheer quality; 40 inches wide; 15c value; salo price, per yard a ft More Than the Usual Price of One Garment Printed Dimity White grounds with floral designs'; a largo assortment; 15c value; price Ifln Ub for this sale, the yard Children's Spring Coats Children's Hats Made of imported lace, embroidery und straw; trimmed with feathers, flowers and ribbon; in a number of styles; original QMn prices from $1.98 to $4.98; this saleeachOtb Ub Made of moire silk and beautifully trimmed with embroidered collar, cuffs and wide belt; in tan, navy and cadet blues; sizes 2 to 7 QO years; original price $7.98; - Oui U0 this sale.. Fancy White Goods Consisting of lace effects and crossbarrcd materials; values up to 10c; 5c on salo ut, yard Mercerized Foulards A material that looks like silk; a big assortment of designs: 19c values; aa salo price, per yard Children's Spring Coats Children's Hats Made of straw, lace und embroidery and trimmed with ribbon; this is a remarkable value giving advantage which mothers should not miss; original prices from $1 VI Qn to 1.98; sale price 6u Crinkle Plisse Crepe In different sizo stripes; for gowns and derwear; also dressbcs; 19c value; this sale, yard un- Made up in serge, check and stripe material; sizes 2 to 7 years: the season's best styles; AM nn original price $3.98; priced for OliOO this salo at Long waisted models; made of batiste and embroidered voile; trimmed with French Val. lace, embroidery and beading: havo lovely ribbon belts; sizes 2 to 7 years; original prices from 1.98 to $3.98; QPp JUu this salo, each ... a n Uu Beach Suiting The latest fabric for summer suits; in plain color or with nair-linstripe; 125c specially priced at, yard e Organdie Plain white; also Plain Whito Chiffon Voile; 25c value; on sale at per yard A Children's White Dresses Infants' Caps Made of embroidery und Swiss; elaborately trimmed with ribbon rosettes, lace and tucks; priced originally at $1.98; price now (Mo tj'rG in this sale... . P ft IUb Printed Cretonnes In floral de.M;ris; suitable comforts; 30 inches wide; special price, per yard for summer Longcloth Fine chamois finish; 10 yards specially priced for this salo at pieco to piece: np-t- he 10c Children's White Dresses Infants' Caps Made of Swiss and beautifully trimmed with ribbon and tucks; originally priced at 98c; specially priced for this Celebration IQn Salo at, each 'rub Dub New White Goods materials; Striped Crepo Novelty Voilo and Figured Crepe Voile; 10 in- - a q dies wide; 39c value; on salo at, yard . Jb The 1915 Shepherd Checks Wool finish; 30 inches wide; black and white checks; 25c value; sale price, ap per yard OU French models niado of batiste and beauti- fully trimmed with ribbon and French Val. t Qn lace; sizes 2 to 7 years; original OZidU price $4.98; price now Children's Dresses Children's Spring Coats in Empire stylo; ribbon belt; ging- Longcloth Soft finish; 30 inches wide; 12 yards to bolt; $1.39 valuo; sale prico per bolt Dress Gingham In a beautiful line of plaid and striped designs, specially priced in this sale Pn Qy at, per yard . Made of French gingham trimmed with black velvet hams in stripes, checks sizes 2 to 7 years; original 1.98; price now and plain colors; A price IIP 0 1 iZU Made up in check materials, pique and pongee; trimmed with bolt; ages 2 to 7 years; priced regulurly at $1.98; specially QQn priced for this salo at .,u0b nr. JJU White Lily Nainsook 30 inches wide; soft, mercerized finish; for lino underwear; 12 yards to box; $2 qq u) I iD J value; on salo at, per box Apron Gingham Standard quality; as good as Amoskeag, in blue checks, sale price, Cfln per yurd 3 (J (J 36-inch Children's Wash Dresses Infants' Long Coats Made of Bedford cord; nicely lined; trimmed with scalloped circular cape; original price $2.98; priced for this Celebration (M nn Salo Made of good quality percale and gingham in long waste effects; havo plaited slcirrs; sizes 2 to 7 years; original prices 75c .1Jp 4S'U to $1.25; priced now for this salo Persian Lawn Fine quality; 45 inches wide; 59c value; this sale, per yard OQn Percals uf . OliUO Z0b Neckwear and Veilings Chiffon Veils and Automobile Scarfs Pattern Lace Veils the changeable effects, with plain hemstitched or satin striped borders; 2 and 2 yards nnp long. Regular prices to $3.50; this sale.. 30b Longcloth Chamois finish: 30 inches wide; bolt; $1.50 value; sale prico por bolt 12 In light or dark colors, in lengths of from "lito 10 yards, 10c value, on wile nt, per yard 2y 2 yards to Printed Challie yard 30-inch . In black and all the popular colors, also in We havo these in black, white and all colors in a largo assortment of patterns. Orig- - QQn inal prices to $2; for this sale uub 0 CI 1 1Q 1 I J Ono case only, in new designs, priced for this salo at, por specially French Nainsook Extra lino; highly mercerized; 10 inches wide; 10 yards to box; $3.00 valuo An Pn this sale, por box vZiOU Jib "fl 2(J n3 Challie Plain Veils Mado of chiffon with plain hemstitched border; the coloiS are black, navy, green,' light blue, champagne, cardinal red and gray; they OQA are 2 yards long and 1 yard wide. Ogb Original price $1; for this sale riesh Veilings In black, white and colors. Regular price 50o; for this sale, per yard 4 n. Uu 5c One case, in floral and Persian designs lOo valuo, this sale prico, per yard Printed Voile White grounds with pretty floral designcs; u 25o material; 40 inches wide; 4 Pthis sale price, per yard Ub Shirting Hadras flesh Veilings In black and colors. Original price 25c; per yard.. - 3,000 yards, 30 inches wido, whito grounds wuii uuuuy sin pus ana utiurua, roc i nn IUb )lolcz30c51fc THE BRECKENR1DGE JNO. D. DABBAGt. NEWS, WAR EDICT Editor and Publisher 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 I.sfliicd Every Wednesday. MAY IS ISSUED 26, 1915 CLOVERPORT, KY,, WEDNESDAY, EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd Be for ench additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please BYJTALY Nation Rejoices at Declaration. FIRST ARMED CLASH Ailcmpt notify us. Austrian Troops Our paper is brimming full of intercting school notes which bespeaks of tho educational progress in Brcckcnridgo county. Wo give the right of way this week to teachers and pupil?. to Cross Border. t . 0Vj4tL C ( 'i .. . . A m mm MOBILIZATION ISSUE ORDER Things never looked brighter for the fanner. And it goes withfarmer is a mighty lino out saying that a bright, cheerful, prosperous man to depend upon. Army of 3,000,000 to Invade Monday, good weather or Austria Within Month. Mr. Hubbagc is in Ilardinsburg every bad, trains or no train. JAS. BISHOP & CO. Cloverport, Kentucky Court is till in session at Ilardinsburg. Home, May 24. Declaratlr.n of war against Austria has been formally made. When the public became awaro of the fact that hesitation was nt an end, and the Italian government definitely committed to make war for the redemption of tho territory Inhabited by Italians under tho Austrian yoke, the enthusiasm of the people knew no hounds. All parties, even the Socialists, are now united In praise for the stand of the cabinet. The Duca D'Avarna, tho Italian ambassador at Vienna, was Instructed All LIV-VER-LA- X THIS PICTURE TELLS ITS STORY BETTER THAN WORDS. ALL WE WISH TO SAY IS THAT WE HAVE A BANK WHERE YOU CAN PUT YOUR MONEY WHILE IT IS GROWING INTO A FORTUNE. OUR BANK IS A SAFE PLACE FOR YOUR MONEY. WE WILL WELCOME YOU HERE AND TREAT YOU WITH COURTESY. WE WILL GLADLY ADVISE AND ASSIST YOU. COME IN. BANK WITH US LODIBURG. Will Haliitt ami Mrs. Nannie Dowell, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr. and Wrs. Grayson Payne l;ist Sunday. Dr. J. M. Hardin and Mrs. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene lfountaine and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hayncs and child, of Brandenburg, Claud and Jlrook Hardin, of Kansas City, Mo., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin last Sunday. Castle Dye, of Clifton Mills, was visiting friends in Irvington last Sunday. Charlie Norton, who has been attending school at b'ordsville, came home last Saturday evening, after taking the teachers' examination at Ilardinsburg Mrs. Genevieve Barr, of Chicago, has leturned home. Miss I.ucile l'arr took the teachers' examination at Ilardinsburg last l'riday and Saturday. We are sorry to hear of the illness of Hubert Keys. Wish him a speedy re-overy . Mrs. J. II. Handy anil brother, Abner Robertson, spent the week end in Irvington, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Ater. Tobacco plants are almost an entire failure in this iicighljorhood. Several of the farmers are planting their tobacco ground in corn. Alaska K. Hardin, of St. Louis, who was operated on for appendicitis not long ago, is now at work it his old job. He took his car last Monday and is now conductor again. c the Effectiveness, Not the WAR PROVES WAGE RAISER IN BRITAIN. War has unexpectedly raited the wages of workers In Britain Food prices In England are up about 10 per cent. Wages have gono up more than 6 per cent. Beyond that thcro Is much overtime. According to tho returns of the British board of trado tho following wago Increases have bttn made: Hallway men. 75 cents a week. Longshoremen, from IS cents to 2 a week. Policemen, 10 cents a week. Carpenters, Jl to $1.50 a week. General laborers. 73 cents to 11.S0 a week. Gas workers. U a week. Bakers. Increase of J1.I5 a week asked, but employers' offer of 75 cents accepted pending negotiations. Textile workers, bonus for overtime work In factories doing work on army clothing. Miners, employers generally offer 10 per cent advanco In pay; miners demand 3) per cent. Postal employees. Including and telegraph woikcrs, Increase of Jl a week has been demanded. Boot and shoe workers. 5 to 10 per cent. Coppersmiths, average wace before war 53. now $1.50. Cleiks, some Increase; 1S0.WK) grocers' assistants have asked a readjustment of wages; similar movements pending in other liranchts. Engineering and building trade workers, tomo sections have secured substantial Increases. tcle-pho- Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Effect of Calomel. is one of the most 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 just as efto present tho declaration to Ilaron fective as calomel, and yet be absoluteBurlan, Austrian premier and leave ly harmless in its action. Recently this remedy was actually put forth by L. K. at once for home. AVhile the general mobilization or- GriRsby, in his is a harmless vege der will bring about 3,000,000 to tho colors within a month. It Is known table compound, designed solely for the that Italy will btart the war with treatment of liver complaints. The imabout 760,000 first lino troops. mediate favor it has met with in thousIt Is likely that the army will be ands of homes is proof positive of its under the direct command of Gen- real value. eral Cnnova, who led the Italian If you feel worn out, tongue coated, forces In tho conquest of Tripoli, or and skin sallow, don't delay until it beGeneral Count Cadorna, tho chief of the general staff. In case tho mili- comes dangerous, r.ip the trouble in the Insist on the tary operations call for a division of bud with the forces Into two units each of genuine, bearing the signature and these officers will have command of likeness of L. K. Grigsby, which is guaranteed to give satisfaction or an army. Rounianla's entry into the war Is money refunded. For sale by Kinche-loe'- s now believed to be a question of a Pharmacy. Hardinsburg, Ky. day or two, following Italy's declaration. Tho fears In Bucharest that G RF1ELD Bulgaria might sclzo the opportunity to make nn attack on Iioutnnnia have Nelse Claycomb, of Irvington, was been allayed by the official declaration that Bulgaria will keep her hands the week end guest of his daughter, off. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor. Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IN I I 1 Building Material, Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. 2'or any itchiness of the skin, for skin xashes, chap, pimples, etc. , try Doan's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. Pleasant Employment. has got him n Job nt lat that Is exactly to his liking. Grubbs Vou don't hay so? Stnbbs Yes. lie Is employed by n big dairy company, and his duty Is to wait till the cows como homeBtubbs Your old friend, Weary-lele- - ltlchmond Tlmcs-Dlspate- is not considered Improbable, too, that Bulgaria will Invade Turkey In The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head the hope of winning back Adriauoplo, HecniKf of its tonic and laxative effect, I1KOMOQU1NINU Is belter than ordinary taken from her as a result of the Quinine nnd does not cause nervousness nor second Balkan war. riucint: in head. Remember the lull name and Tho first armed clash of Import look lor the signature ot li. W. GROVE. ance was reported from Ilescln. Austrian troops crossed tho frontier Master of Many Tongues. through Ellhu Ilurritt, the "learned black- four milestho Montozzo Pass, about north of tho Tonalep Pass, smith," was bom In Connecticut In on the 1810. Hurrltt tuucht hiuxelf Ftvneli. patrol western border of Tyrol. The was met by a troop of Alpine Latin, German, Italian, Greek and Hebrew tvhllo an apprentice at Die forgo chasseurs and forced to retreat after and In early manhood mastered San- a stiff fight. It Is not known whether skrit, Syrlac, Arabic, Norse. SpnnUh, thero were any causaltles. foverlshty The Austrians are Dutch. Polish, Bohemian and Turkish. Chinese and minor languages were ac- strengthening the defences of the quired later until ho was nblu to read, Trentlno. A railroad bridge near just north of Lake Garda, writo and speak In sixty different through which the frontier line runs, tongues. was blown up. Many buildings In tho town havo been destroyed, because they would Interfere with tho artilLAXA-TIV- It Mrs. Clint McCoy. 2. IF YOU WANT THE BEST GO TO NEW, CLEAN AND SANITARY.-OU- R AII Purity, Quality. Cream and Ices Promptly MOTTO: PHONE 10. IWANTEDII 1 100 Stock Hogs from 50 to 100 pounds 1 Write or Phone Us lery fire across tho lake. The building which havo been razed Include tho convent of tho Holy Cross, the civil hospital, St. Mary's church and a large tannery. niva, the large town at the head ot the lake, about three miles from the frontier, has been evacuated. The Inhabitants were driven out without warning, and were forced to tako to the mountains, where they aro now without shelter or food. Tho customs posts along tho frontier have been removed. Many prominent Italian residents of Itoverto and Rlva havo been placed in detention camps whore they will he hold as hostages to guard against a revolt to aid Italian troops. Tho war office has announced that nil Italians who desire to volunteer will be accopted In all branches of the service. Inhabitants of tho un redeemed provinces aro eligible to serve In the nrmy. , The army authorities havo taken control of the railroads and all wagons and autos, as well as all the horses in the kingdom. Tho censorship In Italy Is much raoro strict than that In France and England. It has been announced that no newspaper correspondents will bo permitted to accompany tho army, and nothing will bo published regarding the operations beyond tho official announcements ot tho war office. The troops guarding tho embassies of Germany and Austria here havo been reinforced. Fo Boston, In Limelight Again. May 24. Eugene N. Foss, Rev. Thurman Richardson, of Frank Road., will preach at the Presbyterian church on Sunday night of the second Sunday in June. Decoration Day will be observed at the Dowell cemetery at Hensly Saturday, May 20. Rev. Gilpin, of High Plains, will preach. The will be all day services with dinner on the ground. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliot, of New Albany, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell. Mrs. Thomas Skeggs died suddenly Saturday at her home near High Plains, and was buried Sunday at the Bruner graveyard near here. Born, to the wife of Ollie Lyons Fri day, May 21, a little girl. The rains of the last few days are bringing up tobacco plants, and a few of the farmers think they can vet have plants in time for a few acres. Last year Clint Lyons, of Buras, planted his crop of tobacco on the seventeenth of July. He had it delivered by the mid dle of November, selling it for 8 cents. Mrs. H. B. Moorman and baby, of Harned, wete guests heiepartof last lin Cross week. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richard son Sunday. Saturday afternoon, May 20, has been set for the time to meet and clean.off the yard at the Baptist church and do sume repairing on the church. Let every one try to come and help with this much needed work. Mrs. Tom Gregory will go to Glen Dean Tuesday to meet with the Missionary Society at that place, and with the Black Lick Society on Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Brown, of Woodrow, visited here Wednesday eu route to Hardinsburg where she was the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe. Rev. Leslie Dellart was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith Sunday. Mrs. Kate Jarret, of Stephensport, is visiting her niece, Miss Nannie Board. Judge D. D. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell, of Hardinsburg, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. I I I Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. I Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. Tlie Corn, Clover ;Stock Club of Irvington Met Saturday afternoon and decided to make a change in the list of prizes offered in last- - week's News. To young lady returning most money from sale of Dinner Tickets for BARBECUE JUNE 26, 1915 We will give 1st Prize Nice Runabout. 2nd Prize $10.00 in gold 3rd Prize $7.50 in gold 4th Prize $5.00 in gold 5th Prize $2.50 in gold Barbecue Committee xxxx Havues. Mrs. Dodson and two sons came Sunday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. BEARD BROS, HARDINSBURG, KY. Barnes. three times elected governor ot Massachusetts on the Democratic ticket Carts OK 3mt, Otitr linidlii Wio'l Cm has announced his candidacy for the Tbt wont ctKi, no cutter of bow long standing, Republican nomination for rovornor are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter' Antlteptie Ilealinc Oil. It relleree on a national Prohibition platform. fain and Ueali at the tame time. 26c, S0c, L0O. Good Residence near High School. A nice home at a bargain price. Also other city and farm property. C. L. BEARD, - Hardinsburg, Ky. 8ft Breckenrldge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY. 2(1, 1915 For C. li. S. Commencement Week Havo your clothes Cloverport Shop I Machine What a Lot of Money ! it The ISJire Dav; Rrincr Out Entered nttho PostOnilceiHOIoTcrport, Ky as aocotid class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ought to he saved annually in the Dental l.tisitic;s alone, if care of the teeth was taken in tunc. If you woidd lmvcnii examination madeniicc or twice n 3 car, and give Immediate attention to whatever littledefcct may be found you would not only save n lot of money, but would have sound nnd solid tectlt in jour old age. The proper enre of the teeth is a most important duty, aud also n most neglected one I.et us have n look at them. Hast Hud of Iron Bridge Cleaned and 1 STRAW HATS We Have a Good Selection to Offer r BRANCHES GENERAL FOR POLITICAL Pressed OFFICES General Machine Repairing Also cm Supply You With NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS Everybody will dress up in honor of the class of 191 1 Auto An and Mill Supplies. does lor I4TES Telephone 70-- Expert Machinist our work Ltate our order with u $ 3.50 For Precinct nnd city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For State And District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line.... For All Publications hi the inter-es- t of Individuals or expression lb of individual views per line BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Gasoline, Steam Engine and Boiler Work W. A. WALKER, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dentist, & Men's (Dress Straw Hats) Boy's (Dress Straw Hats) Children's Straw Hats 50c to $2.00 25c to $1.00 10c to 50c Oflice oter Bank ol Hardlniburo Trust Co. Besides the Cheaper Makes from 5c up HILL ITEMS Mrs. Frank Saunders and children, of Tobinsport, spent last week in town and intended the closing exercises of l he High School, She, with her cousin, Mrs. E. S. Sheffield, of Chicago, and aunt, Mrs. C. S. Lamb and family, were entertained nt the home of Mrs. Lamb's mother, Mrs. Henry Tate. People from off the hill in Louisville last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Luther Satlerfield, Rob Wilson, Mrs. R. O. Perkins and Mrs. Simon lleavin. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Campbell and children spent Saturday in their old home at Dukes. Mrs. Elizabeth Muffet is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Joe Allen. Ernest Evans spent Saturday in Owensboro. Miss Jane Hambleton arrived Saturday night to see her family before leaving for Mequetonsing, Mich., where she will spend the summer months with the family of Mr. Robertson. There were three birthday celebrations on the hill last week at the homes of the following: Mrs. Jess Miller, on Monday; Mrs. Rob Wilson, on Wednesday, and on Saturday at Mrs. FranK Storms'. At each home a bountiful luncheon was served and many nice presents were given, Mr. end Mrs. Joe Simmons spent Sunday in the country with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons. Mrs. Joe Mullen will go to McQuady soon to visit her brothers, Lafe and J. D. Taul. Mrs. John Fella, ot Louisville, is at home with her mother who has been confined to her bed for some time. Her improvement is very slow. T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Change of Train Schedule on The i Lock Bo 32 9-m- & K Cloverport, Kentucky n r 8l r ts. It f K L, H. & St. L. 15, 1915. HH5 Note Advertisers pleut iiotHv tlio I'llllor when you want advertisement discontinued. KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES for you If a Special Style in Panama is wanted we'll get it quick. Effective'March Arrlvlnit IyiuSvllle. No. 144 will lcavo Cloverport ArrlvlnK IrtlnRtpn AirlvltiK Louisville No. 140 will leave Cloverport Arriving IrvlnKton EAST HOUND .. No. 142 wlU loavp Clovi-rporArrlvlnK IrvliiRtiin . INTENSE SUFFERING Sixteen years ago I was taken sick with Kidney trouble and suffered for three months. 1 did not work during this lime nnd was mostly con fined to the bed. After using other remedies I fiually tried a bottle of Swamp-Roo- t. I immediately began to feel better, and after using seven fifty-cebottles, was entirely cured and have had no Kidney trouble since. I can truly say that I owe my good health Vou may publish this to Swamp-Roo- t. letter for the benefit of other people afflicted as I was with the hope of bringing to their attention this most tsr-rib- ly nt ADVERTISE ; . I0:1h 13:10 4:52 S:4 7:40 5:07 5:51 A. A. 1. I'. A M. M. Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Three Red Poes Foxes, half grown: TRY US JJ. M. M. 1. M. M A. WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport.. ArrlvlnK Owcnsboro Arrlvlnj? llcnilerson will Icuvo Cloverport- ArrlvlnK Owcnsboro .. Arrlvlnj? Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle. No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owcnsboro Arriving Henderson.. Arriving Kvansvllle.... Arriving St. Louis 147 will leavo Cloverport No. Arriving Owenstjoro No. 143 Arriving Evnnsvllle ArrlvlnK St. Louti. . - A. M. IS:0I I . M. 1:58 I'. M. 1:23 j'.M. 7:43 l'.M. T:M P.M. J:3 P. M. FOIt U. Tate. Cloverport. Ky. Hvnniton, 111. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. THE UNION SIGNAL Official Organ ot The National W. C. T. U. S Arriving Henderson 10:15 P. M. 11:38 P.M. 12:45 A.M. - 1:3 A. M. 2:05 A. M. 7:40 A. M. 0:30 A. M. 7:40 A. M. 9:00 A.M. 9:jrJM. I'rlfoSI.CO icr year CamimlKii edition Issued monthly; 25 ecnts per year. Moth regular and campaign editions contain Information along temperance! lines that no successful worker can afford to 1"! without. rersunai rarayi ainio " sjhose About People Who Live In Cloverport, Who Travel, Those Who Live In fjiher Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In ycli Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot ville Friday. .J wonderful remedy. Yours very truly, Hattie A. Quimby, 30 Spruce St. Waterville, Maine. 1 State of Maine, Kennebec County. J Personally appeared the above named Huttie A. Quimby, who subscribed to above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in Anna M. Drummond. fact. Authorized to administer oaths, etc. Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. iJIngham.on.N. Y. Amnions, Ky. For Sale Hay FOR SAL, B At $18 per ton. number one. 1 iuiuiii; iiiij, right. utt'ij i:itnii ui, cured and put up miui II. f. English, 1 MEET ME AT WEATHERHOLT BROS For Sale Thoroughbred 0. 1. C. Pijrs COIt SALE Eleven thoroughhred O. I. C. pigs from L. II. Silver & Co. herd of prlro winner pigs, elthcrsex, forfll)each;3months old. Call on or address, .1, Hoggins, I.cltcb-helKy. d, For Sale Pure Bred Orpliington Eggs COIt SALE Pure Ired IlutT Orphlngton Ksgs. I handle theto fowls oxiiluslvely. 11.C0 per setting of 15 eggs. This Is a live, and let llvn price, not nut up on account of the war. Jesse It. Eskrldgc. Hardinsburg, Ky, 1 1 CONFECTIONERY i 1 IIU) was in Louis- Wyandotte Ogfis. I have full stock Whlto Wynndottn Eggs for 1 saloatfl.CO per setting. .Mary .Manning, Chunault, Ky. t I CLOVERPORT, m Pctimntpc 111 r ." V" V V T.T7 KENTUCKY 1 Pnfprtninmpnf c nrt Marine fnr Forest Pate visited relatives at Unton-tow- n last week. Prof. J. Raleigh Meador went to Glen Dean Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Collins went to Louisville Monday. Mrs. Anna Deickman, of Sample, was in Stephensport Saturday. Mrs. Ernest Pate lett last Sunday for Louisville, her future home. Byron Dejarnette, of Hardinsburg, is ,vi3ie guest of Willie Warren Seaton. " rMUs Angle Gibson, cf Irvlngton, has been the guest of Miss Mary Gibson. Mrs. Willard Arnold and daughter, Bessie, were in Owensboro Saturday. Pate and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Shelby DISnop VISHCU l ruiuavjitc .to. wvvi. Misses Either Payne and Cecil Dix, of Stephensport, are guests of Mrs. Frank Ferry this week. Judge A. L Wells, of Leitchfield, was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moor man, Glen Dean, Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Lyddan ana two children, and Mrs. C. II. Claycomb, of Webster, returned from Louisville Saturday. Miss Lucy C. Miller left last week for an extended visit to relatives in Louis ville, Highland Park and French Lick, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brabandt arrived home Monday night from Louisville and Scottsburg, Ind., where they were the guests of his relatives. Miss Georgia Frymire, of Chenault, and Miss Lucile Parr, of Lodiburg, were iu Hardinsburg last week taking the examination for school certificates. Proe What Swamp-Roo- Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anoue. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys Prevent Hog Cholera. and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. The B A. Thomas Hog Powder has Regular fifty-cesize and a record of O5 per cent, cures of Hog bottles tor sale at all drug Mores. Cholera. Ifjou feed your hogs as directed, ou need never fear hog cholera The Kings of Denmark. The dust of the Danish kings Is kept nor any other hog disease. And the directions are very simple, just about In a great cathedral at Koskllde, an old what you are doing, plus a few cents town twenty miles from Copenhagen. roynl family alEvery year worth of B. A. Thomas Hog Powder in ways pay a the entire Itosklldc In obevisit to the feed twice a week. dience to an ancient custom. On one Usually though, Cholera gets in be- of the pillars are murks showing tho fore we know it. Then it requires height of Teter the Great, Nicholas, the close attention to each hog each hog Iron Czar; Alexander III. of Russia, must be dosed and if you will dose the king of England and many other them as directed you will save better kings. The cathedral was built In thb than 90 per cent. If you don't, the B. eleventh century. It has two mighty A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing. towers, which can bo seen at a long We not some distant manufacturer distance. The oldest gravo Is that of pay your money back. For sale at King Harold I., who died In 9S7. Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. one-doll- ALLIES HALT IS RUSH Germans Make Onslaught. EXTENDS FROM SEA TO ARRAS Attempt to Win Back Lost Ground by Furious Charges With Resultant Heavy Loss of Life to Gain Ground. 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SO cents. LOUISVILLE, KY. Walter Scott onco inado an Itinerary of tho borders, in tho courso of which he wrote a lawyer friend in EdOpposite Union inburgh a close find realistic account of everything ho heard and observed, every quaint location and droll custom. Berlin, via wireless, May 24. Tho But the stupid heirs of the recipient of these priceless epistles consigned them official statement Issued hy tho gento the flames and thus rendered what eral staff says that heavy lighting conEuropean would havo been a charming book Im- tinues near Glvenchy with results possible. favorable to tho Germans. French attacks havo been repulsed between insurance Dr, Bcthunu and Lens and behind tho accident Cheapest 1'or burns, Loretto heights while north of Aba-laiOil. Thomas' Kcltctic Solicits piitronago of Cloverport Husincss Men and Shoppers All scalds, cuts and emergencies. tho French have gained a small portion of tho Gorman advanced druggists sell it. 25c and 50c. trenches. Tho Germans gained somo ground between tho Mouse and the A Matter of Location. "When 1 was n boy," said Mr. Mosolle. "I wanted to go to sea and'bo Tho statement tells of another at..LAW.. Permanent a pirate." tack on tho defeated Russian north "And you changed your mind," re- wing with the capture or 1,000 pris- Contracts, Deeds, MortKiiges ami Instruplied Miss Cayenne, "to tho extent of oners. At other points in tho eastments of Writings drown up and deciding to remain on land." Washern theater tho statement Indicates Cloverport, Ky. Telephone 56-- J acknowledged ington Star. that the Russians have attempted the offensive with attacks on tho Dublsza, Ton will never "get there" If yon are the line and south content Jutt to "get by." Youth's All these attacks of the Nlemen. were repulsed, they report f3lr Some Burned Letters. Paris, May 24. The German armies made a general assault from the sea to Arras, hut at no place, says the war olllce, did they secure a foothold. Their losses during these forward rushes are described as "extremely heavy," while the lighting which continued, evidently as a of the repulses iullicted on the Germans, was of such a violent character that the cost in life was very severe indeed. From tho northeast and southeast the Germans drove at tho Loretto plauteau with great fury, attempting to win hack tho ground they havo lost in this neighborhood, hut their endeavor was fruitless. They also pressed forward with determination against the French positions at St. Vaast during tho night, but were repulsed on every hand. Tho British made progress east of Festubcrt during tho day, aud tho French advanced several hundred meters and captured soma prisoners northeast of tho chapel of Notre Dumo De Lorettc. Moro Gorman trenches were captured hy French forces north of Neuvlllo St. Vaast, alt of which would Indicate thnt tho concerted British and French drlvo in La Uassee is progressing satlslactorlly. re-su- lt Nou-vill- 7:09 a. m. 10:00 a. in. 8:30 p. m. Leave Louisville nWFVKB" o WVWf fWrw( Vrvn vWwiw Victoria Hotel Station Rate $1.00 Bath $1.50 n k, V. G: BABBAGE Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist Mivula-Zemigol- Try A "News" Want Ad. C. H. S. nRO 1 ContlmiPil (rum house was attractively arrangtd cut flowers and the graduat:s, stood in a receiving line, had charge entertainment. Miss Ellla Robinson prcsxleri at the punch bowl. A two course banquet was served at which Joscp's D Ross, president cf thccl;.i. w.is tonstmaster. with nave a beautiful The no.vor giri who of the evening' bitq.ct at Weatlieiho.l's Friday AIJiBBBBBBBHbW Tfr BBlBaiSkl.44SttasiiBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBak. dBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBas SBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSE! f CV4BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV"cJa "jBBBBBBBBBB'IrV MBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBE?Tk C. H. S. Class of 1915 aBBMBeB Bbbbbbbb C! overport High School and Grammar School Building I'liutot by llrabandt Ermine V. Cowherd Third and Fourth Grades. School. Grammar Leonora McGavock High School Assistant; Second Grade Grammar School Miss McGasock, a favorite teacher, ex- -, pects to go to Texas next Fall and did not apply here again. .'5 Yet we're hound fur graduation, that lie ploamly sees. Chorus: Wo are hastonitttr on to I'nior, sheepskin 'till in view too; l'hysics and frooinetry and Latin Ivxanis foiever over, clu.-- s day drawing uijrh, To Johnnie and dtitr teacher, she bid a fond jrood-by-Ca-sa- r e. Iler heart ness over-llow- s with kind- From "Tho Faculty." Chnru.--: Miis Virginia Perkins give a thea night following the commencement In honor of the graduates The menu ter put)' Saturday night In honor of charge by Mr. the Juniors and Seniors, followed by a was served without supper at Brown's. The tables were Weatherholt. 11 Miss Tulii Habbapc, Miss Ko.-- n Freshmen Sippcl Joseph U. Hoss, President Willie Warren Seaton, Grand Honor Pupil flHL Miss Kflic M. ltnbtnson, Secretary Mis Jessie L. Hemphill, Treasurer jqA .uHBJH -- Julia 13. Wroo Margaret Wroe Fifth and Sixth Grades. School. , Primary Grammar Commencement Programme Music Invocation The lloatman's Souk Salutatory Sextette from Lucia (Piano Solo) Labor is Worship Beautiful Lives The Rally (Chorus) Memory Valedictory. Pond Lilies (Chorus) Hcv. K. O. Cottrell High School Girls Joseph Ross Tula ltabbage Kffie Robinson Jessie Hemphill High School Girls ..Rosa Sippel Willie Seaton High School Girls Hon. R. M. Holland Siipt. G. R. McCoy . . . Rev. V. C. Frank Miss Iiliabeth May She spreads n continual sunshine A iaithtul member and a sweet , ,,v :a: J: iwi. From "The Faculty." . Address ... Presentation of Diplomas Benediction . Accompanist 12th Year Willie Seaton mil Year Mary Owen Oele Kith Year Forrest I). Weatherholt 9th Year Mary Kinder Mil Year Louise Weatherholt 7th Year Marian Allen GRAND HONOR PUPILS 6th Year Eva Jolly 5th Year Mary Keil 4th Year Christina Keil 3rd Year Robert Oelze and Year Carrie Mae Jackson 1st Year David Conrad TRUSTEES paid to me by order $149 88 of Court Road Fund Sixth magisterial OFFICKUS: District. Martha Hcid, President Mary Kinder, Vice President April 10, I914 To Aubrey Hear in. Secretary Juno Lightfoot, Treasurer received amount from R. M. Basham, Zivola Kramer, May Dee Chapin, Celeslinc O'Connell County Road EngiJohn Duke, Joseph Halhutin neer, by order of Court. Hee Order Book No, 2, page 33.$ 18 18 decorated In the Junior colors black was a success and covered all indebt edness due on the commencement ex By amount paid Den and gold penses. All bills wero paid In a pleas nle Sheeran, Sheriff, Senior Play Success. ant way which is one of the greatest overdraft in said 'Polly In Politic," the senior play lessens that can bo taught and learned. district at time of his last settlement. See Court order in order 18 book No. 2, pace 33.. Came Committee heretofore appointed by this court to draft Resolutions upon the death of Milton C. Miller, which resolution is worded as follows: Resolutions of Breckinridge Fiscal Court on the Death of Milton C. Miller, of Breckinridge County. ff WHERKAS, On April 5th, 1915, It pleased a Divine Providence to remove from ourmidstourfriend, neighbor and fellow county man, Milton C. Miller, who was Sheriff of Breckinridge County for four years, ending January 1, 1910 Juniors Class of 1916 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, 18 That $ 18 18 $ 18 18 Pauper Bonds Outstanding. by Nat , held No. $ 407 Armes , No. known 5O holder un 527 80 J. P. Keith, President R. L. Oelze T. P. Sawver C. E. Keil, Secretary S. V. Conrad $.935 30 Recaptulation. Bridce Sophomores Pauper General Expense Commissioner or Sinking.'... $12040 59 035 30 11417 78 25OO 00 $268U9 (.7. OFFICERS: Wary I'ate, President Emily Keid, Forrest Weatherholt, Treasurer Donald Gregory, Treasurer Aujustu liurko, Louise Whitehead y Vice-Preside- Our Class Song (Suiif to the Tune of TipperaryJ Up a mighty hill top came came a little girl one day, Thots of school and lessons made her little heart quite gay. Thinking only of teacher, boys sho did not know, 'Till Mary got excited und she shouted o'er und o'e Chorus: It's a long way to graduation, It's a long way to :o, It's u long way to old commencement, To the greatest tiino wo know. Good-byto Freshio Freshmen, Farewell posky Sophs, Its a long, long way to graduation, But our class is right there. behind her and ho whispered in her ear Johnuio sat You're tho girl I'll walk with as wo go thru year by year; Then tho lessons gr6w more stupid, teacher did not please; hr o PAUL COMPTON, Treasurer. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that court adjourn until tomorrow A. M. at 0 o'clock. D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C. Marv Jo Mitftinjrly, Secretary Mary Owen Oelze, At a regular terra of tho Breckin Virginia II. Perlcin--- , Treasurer Lena Mattingly, President ridge county Fiscal Court, continued and held in and for Breckinridge county, at the courthouse in Hardlnsburg, Kentucky, cn Thursday. April ihe 8th, I9I5. Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell, pre siding Judge, and the following named Justices of the Peace, to wit: J. J. Keenan, Abe Bennett, W W. Baxter, D. Cox and I). C. Hdron, being all of the Justices oi the Peace in Commission, except Esquire C. E, Robbinr, of the First Magisterial District. It is ordered by the court that Es quire S. D. Cox and Esquire J. J. Keenan be, and they arc hereby appointed a committee to destroy Railroad Bond No. 1 1 , for the sum of $1000 and coupons attached, the sum e having en paid and cancelled. Also one Note dated October 0th, IDI3, for SjOO payable to the Bank of tlardinsburg & Trust Co., which has been renowed by order of this court. Also one Com missloner and Receiver's Note, dated April 5, 1910, for balance of $1000.00, payable to the Bank of Hardlnsburg & J Kuleiirn Mcador Jno. A. Marshall Trust Co., which has been renewed by Mathematics and Muglisli. lli'xh School Seventh ami Kihth Grades. 'Grammar order of this court. Also Bond No 41, dated October 8th, 1908, for the sum of Words cannot expro- - our gratiSchool 500.00, payable to the Bank of Hard Mead-o- r tude for the kindness Prof. "Mr. Marshall is a quiet, good lnsburg & Trust Co , which has been has shown us. From "Tho renewed by order of this court. Also natured man. "Tho Faculty." Faculty. " Bond No. 29, dated July 7th, 1008, for $500.00, payable to the Bank of Hard lnsburg & Trust Co., which has been received amount Proceedings renewed by order of this court. from Dennle Shee-raContinued from page a Sheriff, tho Came the Committee and reported amount in his hands that the said Bonds and Notes were Read Fund Fifth Magisterial destroyed In open court, this April the at the tlms of his District. 1OI4 April 10, 8tb, 1015. To last ssttlsment, and Vice-Presiden, family an Indulgent father, his neighbors a good Samaritan and the county a splendid citizen and . one who served his county well and faithfully as an olllcial. Mr. Miller's predominating traits of character were those of being most liberal, ever generous and always charitable. His friends could always depend upon him and he was faithfully loyal. Seldom did a worthy cause appeal to him in vain. Few men in his native county have been more widely known and have numbered among their associates more real and true friends. L,et us write his faults upon the sands, while we inscribe his virtues in our hearts upon the tablets of our memories RESOLVED, Further, that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the order book of this court, one furnished to his family nnil n r.nnv in pni-- nf fha rw of this county for publication. D. C Heron, dim. Hal C. Murray, Co. Atty. A. T Beard, S. B. O. we, tho members of Breckinridge Fiscal Court In regularf session, recognize that we haveF lost a klnil anil Invnl frion.l m2V Committee. Engineer, beg leave to renort thai-have visited and inspected the Bridge at Tate's Mill, built by The East St. Louis Bridge Co. and find the same built according to specifications and contract and the same has been re- celved by me. I therefore recommend the payment of same. Signed, R M. Basham, County Road Engineer. On motion of Etaulre D. C. H.rnn 1 " "T duly seconded by Esquire W. W. B A yea and yea vote being taken, the resolutions were unanimously adopted and ordered spread upon the Order Book of this Court. In Re Tate's Mill Bridge. Came R. M. Basham, County Road Engineer, and filed his written report, stating that said Bridge was built ac cording to contract, and moved the Court that said roport be adopted, said Report Is In words and figures as fol lows: To the Hon. Fiscal Court of Breckin. ridge County. I, R. M. Basham, your County Road ... was unanimously adopted. It appearing to the Court that the of $487.80 is due the East at. Louis Bridge Co. for the contra ot price for the Tate's Mill Bridge, A I sum Contlnuad oa page 7 , The policeman returned to Har treats. "Do you think there Is poison la FINAL EPISODE oi Million . Dollar Mystery ........ ... i X (Coprr(i:ht.l5!l,bf Harold Mnc(lralh) CHAPTER XXIII. opinion that tho man was dead. Happily a doctor was on the way, Servan having given a call, as ono of tho .Ilhick Hundred had been badly . The Seerii of the Million. It will bo remembered that Count ess Olga had darted up the stairs during tho struggle between Uralno anil hlB captors. The pollco who had followed her were recalled to pursue ono of tho lesser roRues. This left Olgrt irue lur a moment, oiiu niuiu uui uuu down as far as the landing. Scrvan, the Russian agent, stood waiting for the taxlcab to roll up to tho porte cochero for himself, Dralno, and Vroon. Norton had taken Florence by tho hand, ostensibly to conduct her to the million. Suddenly Ilralne made a dash for liberty. Norton rushed after him. Just as ho roached Bralno a shot was heard, liralno whirled upon his heels and crashed to the floor. Olga, Intent upon giving Injury to Norton, whom she regarded equally with Hargrcavo as having brought about the downfall, had hit her lover Instead. With a cry of despair sho dashed back Into Florence's room, quite ready to end It all. She raised the revolver to her temple, shuddered, and lowered the weapon; so tenaciously do we cling to life. Below they were all stunned by the Instantly suddenness of the shot. they sought the fallen man's side and a hasty examination gave them tho "It's pretty quiet upstairs," he suggested. "Don't you think, sir, that I'd better try that bedroom door again?" "Well, If you must," assented Hargrcavo reluctantly. "But don't bo rough with her If you can help It." For Bralno he had no sympathy. For eighteen years to havo ridden and driven and sailed up and down the world, always confident that sooner or later that demon would find him! He had lost tho childhood of his daughter, and now ho was to loso her In her womanhood. And becauso ot this Implacable hatred the child's mother had died In tho Petrograd prison fortress. But what an enemy the man had been! He, Hargreavo, had needed all his wits constantly; he had never dared go to sleep except "with one eyo open. But In employing ordinary crooks Bralne had at length overreached himself, and now he must pay tho penalty. Tho way of tho transgressor Is hard, and though this ancient saying looks dingy with tho wear and tear of centuries, it still holds good. But he felt sorry for tho woman up above. Sho had loved not wisely but too well. Far better for her If sho put nn end to life. She would not llvo snows of a year In the Siberia. "My kind father!" said Florence, as If she could read his thoughts. "I had a hard time of it, my child. It was dlfllcult to play tho butler with you about. The times that I fought down tho desire to sweep you up In my arms! But I kept an Iron grip on that Impulse. It would have Imperiled you. In some manner It would have leaked out, and your life and mine wouldn't have been worth a button." Florence threw her arms around him and held him tightly. "That poor weak woman upstairs!" sho murmured. "Can't they let her go?" "No, dear. She has lost, and losers pay tho stakes. That's life. Norton, you knew who I was all the time, didn't you?" "I did, Mr. Hargreave. There was a scar on tho lobe of your ear; and secretly I had often wondered at tho likeness between you and the real Jones. When I caught a glimpse of that ear then I knew what tho game was. And I'll add you played It amazingly well. Tho ono flaw in Braine'3 campaign was his hurry. He started the ball rolling before getting all tho phases clearly established In hla mind. He was a brave man anyhow." "And do you think that you can lead It?" do with 'T)iit what to ttnrcreavothat maa them iiSatnlm? advised Jpoundcd. worn-n- n to wait. Tho house was surrounded; sho could not possibly escape save by one method, and perhaps that would be the best for her. Hargreavo looked gravely at Norton as he offered this suggestion. The reporter understood; the millionaire was willing to give tho woman a chance. "And you aro my father?" said Florence still bewildered by the amazing events. "But I don't understand!" her gazo roving from the real Jones to her father. "I don't doubt it, child," replied HarWhen I hired greavo. "I'll explain. Jone3 here, who Is really Jedson of Scotland Yard, I did so because wo looked alike when shaven. It was Jedson hero- who escaped by the balloon; It was Jedson who returned the M5To thousand to Norton; It was who was wounded In the arm; it was he who watched the doings of tho Black Hundred and kept mo reaI myself sonably well Informed. guarded you, my child. Last night, unboknown to you, I left, and the real Jones for It Is easier t6 call him that took my place." "And I never saw tho difference!" exclaimed Florence. "That Is natural," smiled the father. "You were thinking of Norton here Instead of rae. Eh?" ' Florence, blushed. "Well, why not? Here. Norton!" The millionaire took Florence's hand and placed It In the reporter's. "It seems that I've got to lose her after all. Kiss her, man; In heaven's name, kiss her!" 'And Norton throw his arms around tho girl and kissed her soundly. care-Jes- s of tho fact that ho was observed by both enemies and friends. Suddenly the policeman who had been standing by the sldo of Bralne ran Into the living room. "He's alive! Bralno la alive! He just stirred!" Norton and "What!" exclaimed Hargreave, In a single breath. "Yes, sir! I saw his hands move, jit's a good thing we sent for a doctor. He ought to be along here about Jed-(son Florcnco to the million?" asked Har- greavo, smiling. "For ono thing, it Is in her room and has always been there. It never was In the chest." "Not bad, not bad," mused the fa- ther. "But perhaps after all It will bo best If you show It to her yourself." millionaire. "Just a little uncertain?" jibed tho "Absolutely certain. I will whisper in your ear where It is hidden." Norton leaned forward as Hargreave bent attentively. "You've hit it," said the millionaire. "But how in tho world did you guess it?" "Because It was tho last place anyone would look for It. I judged at the start that you'd hide it in just such a spot. In some place whore you could always guard It and lay your hands on It quickly If needs said must." "I'm mighty glad you wero on my side," said Hargreave. "In a few minutes we'll go up nnd take a look at those packets of bills. There's a very unhappy young woman there at present." "Is It In my room?" cried Florence. Hargreavo nodded. Meantime Countess Olga hovered between two courses; a brave attempt to escapo by the window or to turn the revolvor against her heart. In either case there was nothing left In life for Jier. Tho man she loved was dead below, killed by her hand. Sho felt as though she was treading air In some fantastical nightmare. Sho could not go forward or backward, and her heels were always within reach of her pursuers. So this was tho end of things? Tho dreams she had had of going away with Bralne to other climes, the happiness sho had pictured, all mere chimeras! A sudden rage swept over She would escape, she would her. continue to play the gamo to the end. Sho would show them that she had been the man's mate, not his pliant tool? She raised tho window and in slipped the policeman who had patiently been waiting for her. Instantly she placed the revolver at her temple. A quick clutch nnd tho policeman hod her by the wrist. She made one tigerish effort to free herself, shrugged and signified that she surrendered. "I dont want to hurt you, miss," said the policeman, "but If you make any attempt to escapo I'll have to put tho handcuffs on you." "I'll go quietly. What are you going to do with me?" "Turn you over to tho Russian agent. Ho has extradition papers, and I guess It's Siberia." "For me?" She laughed scornfully. "Do I look liko a woman who would go to Slborla?" "Be careful, miss. As I said, I don't want to use the cuffs unless I have now." Even as he spoke the bell rang, and they all surged out into the hall, forgetting for the moment all about the million. Olga hadn't killed the van, then? The doctor knelt beside tho stricken man and examined him. .He shrugged. "Will he live?" "Certainly. A scalp wound that kid him out for a few moments. He'll 'be all right In a few days. He was tacky. A quarter of an Inch lower and he'd have passed In his checks." "So "Good!" murmured Servan. our friend will accompany me back to good Ilussla? Oh, we'll be kind to Havo him him during the Journey. taken to the hospital ward at tho Tombs. Now for the little lady upstairs." A moment later Bralno opened hli eves and the policeman assisted him to his feet. Servan with a nod or- apnii run nniipn jn nnin rnn wn inn. ed man to tho taxlcab which had uraino, now wnoiiy just arnvea. conscious, flung back one look of hatred toward Hargreave; and that was the Inst either Florence or her father ever saw of Bralne of the Black Hundred a fine specimen of a maa gene wrong thtouKh creed and an lm-jus; lor revvugu. to." a pleasant laugh like that. 'Til ask yeu for that ring oa your flager." Sho laughed again. It did not have sound in the officer's ears. Ho had heard women, oa suicide bent, "I shouldn't bo surprised," be adContinued from page 6 mitted. Sho slipped tho ring from her linger now ordered and directed that said and gavo It to him. be nnd is hereby appropriated "Thcro Is poison In It, so be care- amount to the said'Katt at. Louit Hridse Co. to ful how you handle It," she said. Tho policeman accepted It gingerly pay for same. It appearing that there Is In the and dropped It Into his capacious pocket It tinkled as It fell against hands ot the County Treasurer of Breckinridge County, due the Railroad the handcuffs. "Before you take me away I want Tax District, the sum of 9j,600 00, on you to let me sco . . . my man." motion duly made, seconded andcarried "I can do that." It is ordered and directed that Paul At that moment tho other police- Compton, treasurer of Breckinridge man broke In the door. given up County, pay the interest coupons due "All right, Dolan; she's July 1st, I9I,"), and that he call for tho game." "She didn't kill the man after all," payment two Bonds for the sum of $1,000 (K) each, and pay with ac:rued said Officer Dolan. "He's alive?" sho screamed. Interest. "Yes; and they've taken him ofT lo It Is appearing that there is in the the Tombs. Just a scalp wound. He'll hands of Countv Treasurer of Urcckin-rlde- e right In a dny or two." be all County, the sum of $5,001 10, due "Allvo!" murmured Olga. She had not killed the man sho loved, then? tho Sinking Fund, and It further ap And If they were Indeed taken to Si- pcarinc that there Is four outstanding beria she would be with him until the Sinking Fund or Commissioner's Bonds amounting to f.'.fiOO L0. It is now end of things. With her handsome head proudly ordered and directed that Paul Comperect she walked toward tho door. She ton, Treasurer, call In and pay the paused for a moment to look at the aforesaid bonds with accrued interest, portrait of Hargreave. Somehow It and he Is further ordered and directed seemed to smile at her Ironically. pay the Interest on all the outstandThen on down tho stairs, between tho to two officers, she went. Her glanco ing bonded indebtedness (except the traveled coolly from face to face and Kallroad Tax District) out of the stopped at Florence's. There sho saw Sinking Fund, on motion duly made, Pity. seconded and carried, anil the same Is "You are sorry for me?" she asked, made by the order of this court. skeptically. It Is ordered by the court that the I forgive you," said tho "O, yes! following claims bo allowed: generous Florence. W. J. Uall, puorhouse keeper, "Thanks. Ofllcers, I am ready." claim itemized Olga passed through i 213 25 So Countess How many Mrs. W. J. Hall, sewing for the hall door forever. paupers ti 95 times had she entered It, with gullo nnd treachery In her heart? It was John Welsenbert'er, claim the game. She liad played It and lost, 7 "5 Itemized and she must pay her debts to Fate, H. Wilson & Co., books for Inthe fiddler. Siberia! Tho tin or digent children and coffin. 6 0S lead mines, the ankle chains, the J. J. Kconan, fees, claim Item knout, and many things that were far ized 2 50 worse to a beautiful woman. Well, so long as Bralne was at her side sho W. W. Baxter, holding inquest Homer Wilson 7 50 would suffer all these things without a murmur. And always there would The Bradley & Gilbert Co., be a chance, a chance! claim itemized 43 00 When they heard the taxlcab rum-bl- o Lloyd Cox, coroner's fees 7 50 down the driveway to tho street J. T, Uoben, coffin and robe Hargreave turned to Florence. 1' 00 for pauper "Come along, now, and wo'll have Dr. U. B. Witt, Med. attention the bad taste taken off our tongues. pauper 20 00 To win out Is tho true principle of life. It takes off some of tho tinsel T. J. Adkisson, furnishings for pauper 10 00 and glamour, but tho end Is worth Dr. S. P. Parks, Med. atten while." They all trooped up the stairs to tion paupers 2 00 Florence's room. So wonderful Is tho Dr. E. A. Lex, in juest and power and attraction of money that Med paupers II 10 they forgot tho humiliation of their D. C. Heron, inquest Staples late enemies. and Henry Board's child.. U 00 Hargreavo approached tho portrait On motion duly made, seconded and of himself, took it from the wall, pressed a button on the back, which carried, it is ordered that the salary fell outward. Behold! There, In neat of tho County School Superintendent of packages of a hundred thousand each. Common Schools of Breckinridge lay the mystic million! The specta County, be and the same be, il.2jO.oO tors were awed Into silence for a mo per year, same to be paid as other ment. Perhaps tho thought of each County Ollicials' salaries are paid was Identical the long struggle, tho In Ke drain Weigher, Inspector and terrible hazards, the deaths that had taken place because of this enormous Registrar. sum of money. On motion duly made, seconded and A million, sometimes called cool, carried, it is ordered that Ksqulre W. why nobody knows! There It lay. V. Baxter, Esquire D. C. Heron and without feeling, without emotion; yel Esquire C. E. Hobbius be appointed a low notes payable to bearer on de power to appoint Presently Florence gasped. Committee with lull mand. Norton sighed, and Hargreavo smiled a Grain Weigher, Inspector and for tho Mc'Juady Grain WareTho face of Jones (or Jedson) alono house Co , located at McQuady, Ky., remained Impassive. A million dollars Is a marvelous said Committed shall fix his bund to be sight. Few people have ever seen It. approved by the court and his com not even millionaires themselves. I pensatlon to be paid by the sellers of dare say you never saw It, and I'm grain as required by law. tolerably certain I never have, or In Re 191") Levy. will! A million, ready for eager, On motion duly made, seconded and careless fingers to spend or thrifty fingers to multiply! What Corregglo, carried, it is ordered that the Levy In what Itubens, what Titian could stand UrecKinridgc County, for the year 19I5, be 18 cents on the $100.00 in value beside It? None that I wot of. "Florence, that Is all yours, to do of taxable property, divided into three with as you please, to spend when nnd funds, General Expense Fund, how you will. Share It with your hus- which shall Include the salary of all band to be. Ho Is a brave and gal- Ollicers and all current expenses, 0 lant young man and is fortunate In cents; Sinking Fund, 4 cents; Pauper finding a young woman equally bravo and gallant. For tho rest of my days Fund, 5 cents, and each tax so levied I expect peace. Perhaps sometimes shall not be directed to another pur Jones hero nnd I will talk over tho pose than that fur which it was levied strango things that have happened; except as prescribed by law, and furbut wo'll do that only when we haven't ther that there be levied a per capitia, you young folks to talk to. After your or poll tax, on each male citizen 31 wedding journey you will return hero. yoars of age, or over, resident in the While I llvo this shall be your homo. county aforesaid, $i 50 for said year I demand that much. No Free! looking over my shoulder when of 1'JiS, and said poll tax so levied more I walk tho streets, no more testing shall be apportioned to the following For Road purposes windows and doors. I am myself purposes again. I take up the thread I laid SO cents and for General Expenss Fund down eighteen years ago. Have no J 1. 00, and said tax of 50 cents shall be fear. Neither Bralne nor Olga will devoted to work upon, and expense, of ever return. Russia has a grip of working the public highways In the steel." districts In which it was collected, and Throo weeks later Servan, tho Rus- further for Road and Bridge purposes sian agent, left for Russia with his three charges Olga, Bralne and be and remain at the tame heretofore 25 cents on the StOO.OO Vroon. It was a long Journoy thoy levied, wont upon, something liko ten weeks, in value of taxable property but di always watched, always under the vlded as follows, to wit: 15 cents for strictest guard, compelled to eat with Roads and 10 cents for Bridges, and wooden forks and knives and spoons. further that taxes collected for Koad Waking or sleeping they knew no purposes situated In each Magisterial rest from espionage. From Paris to District In the county, shall be allotted Berlin, from Berlin to Potrograd, to each District in which it Is collected then known as St. Petersburg; and then began the cruel Journey over the and the same shall be applied to roads and culverts In each District, but the mighty steppes of that barbaric to tbo Siberian mines. The-wa- tax collected for Bridge purposes shall be expended when necessary In the of the transgressor Is hard. On the samo day that Olga, Bralno discretion of the authorities expend-samand Vroon made their first descent and further that all hands reInto tho deadly mines Florence and quited to work on public highways by Norton woro married. After tho law, that they work four days In said storm tho sunshine; and who shall year of 1 5 , but( no more than two 9 deny them happiness? Immediately after tbo ceremony days in each week, except In cases of the two sailed for Europe on their emergency, which said hands may be honeymoon; and it Is needless to say required to work any number of days that some of tho million went with In the week or year to meet such emthem, but there was no mystery ergency, and that all overseers require about Itl the road hands In the District to com (.TUB END. ply with this ordtr as required by law. Keg-Utrto-w- it: y 1 L. C. TAUL Insurance Offici Cloverport, Kentucky THE Get roofing that lasts. What's the use of spending money for repairs and frequent Genasco is proofagainst rain, snow, sun, wind, heat, cold, sparks, alkalis, acids everything that harms ordinary roofs. Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies J make it last. Now is the time to let us have your order. lr!ngton Hardware & Implement Inimjton. K'y. Cloverport Planim? .Mills, The natural oils of Trinidad Lake asphalt give it resistance, and Dr. R, P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trent & Walls' Liter; Stable Prepared lo Treat all Animal'Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. Co P. KUNNECKE, VJW. Hardinsburg, Ky. D. Cloerporl. Ky. 55olllBcB Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, :Ky. cjoiz)fo1fo1folf5orzz) We Pay Postage Both Ways And whereas at a mcctini; of the County Board of Education of Breckiu- r'dge County, held on the 1th day of March, 1115, it was ordered that an tax of 20 cents be levied on eac.i $109. 00 worth of taxable property, and .1 per capita tax, or poll t.ix. of Si 00 on each male citizen HI years of age, or over, be levied, accept such as is exempted by law, and whereas a copy of said order has been presented to the court, it is now ordered that the School Tax for the year of 19I5, as of the provided in Sections !S and School Laws of 19OS, bo 2 cents on the $100 worth of taxable property, and a poll tax of $1 00 011 each male citizen 21 years of age, or over, resident in Breckinridge County, except 111 the Graded School Districts in the and such other instance:, as are excepted by law, and a vote being taken on said motion, a yea and nay vote, the results were as follows: J. J. Keenan, yea, S. D. Cox, yea, I). C. Heron, yea, Abe Bennett, yea, V. V. Baxter, yea. It is ordered by the court that the following claims be allowed: John H. Butler, claim Item ized $ 10 40 A. McMcador, jailer, claim 44j 10 Itemized ft is ordered by the court that tl County Road Engineer, It. M. Itasham, be allowed the sum of $2.1.00 per month, 1 ! Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pay the iiciHtnen lioth wuyi on all imi'linc.'S fiuc. ur omt. Work Prompt cuiirnnti'i'tl llr't-cliiiliillvorlfs lu siiulliiry pnekneea. Will crrtllt you upon reference. Write fur liiKirmntlnn. Hotter, still, send trial htimlle. Offices: 625 W. Jeffcnon St. LOUISVILLE. KY. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS-- M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9 a tn each Sunday. All visitors ami strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, Secretary Dr. W. A. WALKER. for expenses, beginning April the 15th, 1III5, and extending to November the i.ith, IU15, same to be prorated out of the various Road Districts of Urcckin ridge County, and also from November the isth, lgi5, to April 15th, iglO, his actual expenses, tbo same to be Itemized. Ic Is ordered by the court that the County Road Engineer, R. M. Hasham, be appointed a Committee of one to purchase Drain Pipes for the Public Highways. It appearing to the court that funds will be necessary for the upkeep and reuarlng of the county property, the court being sufficiently advised, it is now ordered and directed that a suffand Is now appropriated for said purposes, and the jailer of Breckinridge county Is hereby authorized to present an Itemized account of said expenses at the next regicient sum of money be, w Subscribe r .1 or rnp .0 pasnn without a doubt this claim Deioncs to Leaders " '& SoeiETY CThy footwear, model ular term of this court. It is ordered by the court that all claims allowed at this term of the court be and they are hereby ordered to be paid out of the 1OI5 levy, except as otherwise specified. It is ordered by the court that the following named Justices of the Peace be, and they are hereby allowed their per diem, as follows, $ 0 00 Abe Bennett, 3 days t: have th etiarm of beuly th distinction of ocluaivcncM -- th refinement of tho best mnd newctt in tyle th enduring hpelineM of fin Shoes Mde in wide vtriety of correct all the newest leathers, with the famoue, "STAR URAND" value la every pair. Ill B. F, Beard & Co. Hardinsbur Ky. I). C. Heron, 3 days S. D. Cox, 3 days W. W Baxter, a davs J. J. Keenan, 3 days On motion duly made, seconded carried the court adjourned finally. D. D. DOW ELL, J. B. 1)00 9 00 u ou 9 00 la i and C. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard eeneral atrengthrnlng tonic, GROVK S T8TUUiS3 chill TONIC, drive out Malarla.enrlcbea the blood.andbuildt uptbe lya-Ur- n. A true tonic. For adulti and children. Me W Try Our Want Ads HARDINSBURG. your best and think your best todaj ; for today Is the sure preparation tor tomorrow and all the other tomorrows that follow. Harriet Martlneau. Mrs. C. V. Robertson ha been In Louisville shopping, nvron Delarnctte has returned from Seaton, In & visit to his aunt, Mrs. Vnn Vioil hoitrllve vnur best and ac Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs lUce Carlton and son of Loulsvlllu, have been the guests ot Sunt. I. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent and Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Trent, lohn I). Shaw, cashier of the Farm ers Bank, and (laughter, Miss Eula Henslev Shaw, attended the Hankers Convention at Springfield, and while there were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs W. C. McHlwalne. Miss Klccta Zeigler has returned to i... hnmo in Mnperstown. Md.. after teaching nine months In the High School. Miss Isabel Moorman, of Harned, spent last week In the home of Dr. A. C. Klncheloc. Miss Iiliiabeth Baxter, of Glen Dean, was the guest of Miss Eloiso Hook lust week and attended tho High School Commencement. Mrs. Waller Brown, of Custer, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. A. X Klncheloe. Miss Kloiso Hook has returned from Owenshoro where she went to consult an occulist. Bob Kennedy and sister, Miss Ida Kennedy, and Miss Summershlne, of McQuady, were the week end guests Of Mr. and Mrs. James 'Kennedy. 1'rof. L. M. SehefTer has returned to It is rehis homo near Morganfield. ported that he will not accept a po sition in the school for next term. Attorney Allen R. Kincheloe made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mrs. Lucretia Henslev has gone to Stanley for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hensley. Miss Eliza Pile, of Moot;, was the guest last week of her brother, Vic Pile. Thirty-ninteachers took the exami nation here last Friday and Saturday Mnrshnll NcirtOIl. of KinBSWOOd. lifts been appointed examiner. Mrs. Larkin Gibson has returned to Cloverport after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Amos Hoard and other telatives. Miss Annie Hendrick spent last week with Mrs. Miller DeHaven. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mattingly have returned from a visit to relatives at Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Wave Lewis and children, of Holgate, Ohio, motored here for a vi.st to his parents, Mr. and Mrs T. C. Lewis. James N. Payne, of Clarksnn, has been tho guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hatcher will re- turn this week from .1 three weeks visit to his patents in Louisiana. The annual recital of Mrs. T. H. WithnrK' im,Mo class will be uiven on Friday evening, June I, at the Opera ilou.se. Prof. T. S Williams, Mrs. Williams and 'jliildrun left haturday for I ml., where Prof. Williams will take a summer course. e , Miss Blanche Martin has returned home after a month's visit with relatives at Valley Station. Mrs. E. 1. Bandy returned home Fri day after a week's visit with her niece, Miss Nancy Board, at Garfield, After an absence of three years In the armv. Dan Matheny Is mingling with old friends again. Orvlll McCoy was In town yesterday en route home from the commencement fat Cloverport. R. A. Smith was In Louisville last week. Mothers' Day will be observed next Sunday at the M. E. church with a splendid program. AH invited. Rev. S. J. Dohn, of KIngswood, preached two excellent sermons Sunday. rnnurn i nil n uiiiiii.ii it III! i i I II I VII h i mm w mm I bp h 43 Years? John Rohrman Praises RemarkMedicine of able Work Tan lac. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for AT THE OLD RELIABLE Louisville, May 2?. Almost everybody In Louisville Is personally acquainted with or have heard of John Rohrman. The "Ice King" of Louisville, as he was formerly called by those who have known and respected him for his honesty and Integrity for a nm nr more vears. has been a suf ferer from stomach complaints and a general deblliated condition for a considerate length of time. Whooping Cough. Like lots of other folks, Mr. Kohr had whooping man was a little skeptical regarding "When my daughter cough she coughed so hard at one time the merits of the new preparation, that she had hemorrhage of Hie lungs. Tanlae, as he had tried numerout I was terribly alarmed about her condi- medicines In the past without obtain Cough ing the right results. However, the Seeing Chamberlain's tion. Remedy so highly recommended, I got publication of testimonials from Louisher a lrattlc and it relieved the cough at ville people he knew who had been once. Before she had finished two bot- actually benefited by Tanlac, convinced tles of tilts remedy she was entirely him that a test of the preparation was worth the attempt. well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooks-villMr. Rohrman had suffered much an Ohio. Obtainable everywhere. noyancc from Indigestion, especially, He got Tanlac and began using it. A BIG SPRING few afternoons ago he was prepared to make this statement In the pres daughters ence of witnesses: Mrs. T. C. Williams and "Less than two weeks ago I obtained left Thursday for Louisville. Mr. Wilwas just Tho to go into business there. this Tanlac. liams expects what I needed. It went straight to Mrs. Harry Kemper, who has been right up I strengthened the spot. spending the winter In Louisville, re- My appetite is Improved, as well as turned home last week. my sleep. If I had paid a thousand Miss Zelma Strother visited Mrs. D. dollars for the medicine, it would have C. Moorman at Glen Dean. been worth that to me. The anticiBob Miller, of Vine Grove, was the pation of taking the next dose of Tanguest of his mother, Mrs. Harry Miller, lac is a real pleasure." Friday. Tanlac, the remarkable medicine repassed through ferred to by Mr. Itohrman, is now dis Dr. Harness, of Nolin, trlbuted in Louisville by the personal Thursday en route to Owensboro. of L. T. Cooper, and in Misses Mary Scott and Bessie Rich- direction Wedding's Drug Store, the week end with Miss Cloverport by ardson spent and In Irvlngton l.y Irvlneton PharmaatMary Miller, ot May's Grove, and cy, where the famous medicine can tended church. now be bought. J. B. Carter spejjt Sunday at Vine with H. Meyer. Grove Mrs. Virgil Hrite visited in Lewispott Schuyler Martin and Will Curtaiu last week, spent Sunday with Miss Mary Miller, of May's Grove. How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Mrs. T. J. Wortham and son, of Des Her Stomach Trouble- Moines. Iowa, have returned home "I suffered with stomach trouble for after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Dan years and tried .everything I heard of, Taylor. but the only relief I got was temporary B. S. Clarkson was at Hardinsburg until last spring I saw Chamberlain's last week. Tablets advertised and procured a botBig Spring Masonic Lodge No. 820, tle of them at our drug store. I got will meet in their hall Saturday, June 5, immediate relief from that dreadful for work in the Fellow Craft and Mas- heaviness after eating and from pain in ter Mason degrees. All neighboring the stomach," writes Mrs. Linda Harlodges are invited to attend. Obtainable evrod, Von Wayne, Ittd. erywhere. e, e Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Announcements STATE OFFICES Wo DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... For Governor are autborlred to announce II. W. BOSWOUTH as a caniililate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to tho action of the l)pmo;rtle Party, AuKust Primary. We are authorized to announce II. V. McCHESNKV of Frankfort. If jr.. as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of Office Hours: DENTIST SS:S:'JS5Vm. Always In ofltco during office hours Inlngton, Ky. the Pemocratlc party. Primary election, AusustT. 1315. We are authorized to announce A. O. STANLEY as a caedldate for Governor of Kentucky subject to tho nction ot tho Ilsmocratlc Party August Primary. For Lieutenant-Grncrno- r Wearc authorized toannounce JUIKJf; JAMES I) BLACK of ri'irborvtlle. Ify.. as a candidate for Lleutenant-Oovcrto- r ot ieniucKjr to tho actlou of tho Iiemocrat'.c Party In Primary Election. Ausmst 1915. FREE! A Big 25c L-- V Dust Cloth Treated With Liquid Veneer Write your name and address below and present the Coupon at this store next Friday and you will receive, Entirely Free, a fine, "Crepette" Dust Cloth treated with Liquid Velarge, '2$ cent L-neer, provided you purchase, at the same time, one 50 cent bottle of Liquid Veneer. Tnis is a special offer, authorized by the Liquid Veneer people and thev will not allow these Dust Cloths to be given away at any other time than the day mentioned. Name- - nuu, For Circuit Court Clerk are authorised to announce S. n. PAYNE of IrvliiRton, au candidate for Circuit Lourt uujw , mj rk 01 lirccKennajje action of tho lteuuhltcan Party. In Pri mary Election, AUKUSt, 1915. Wo Wo McGlothlan &Son Irvington, Ky. Address. are authorized to announc PAUL BASIIAM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Breckcn-rldt- o county, suhject to the action of the Republican party. Primary election, T. Au-cu- st 1915. For Representative. We are authorized to announce II. A. CANNON. uurrn ainu hm v. If you need either corn or hay in large or of Madrid. Breckenrldse county, as a candidate for UepiCMMitntlve. subject to the ac tion of the Itepuuiicati party, in iTimary Election Saturday. Auzusi,. We art) authorlztdto annonncs small lots write or phone us we will save you money. G. A. WP.IGIIT. of McQuady, BrecKcnrldno county, as a can-dldaf:epreentatlve. suhject to the ac for tion of the Keputmcan pariy. in rnuiiiry J. B. TAYLOR & SONS, Election Saturduy, AusustT. We ih are authorized to announce LOGAN IIICKEKSCN ot Hazel Dell. Ilreckenrldffe county, as a candidate fo Itepreseutattve, subjft to the nction 01 tno itcpuniican puny, m 1 rim.irjr Election Saturday, Aujuit 7, WIS. Colic In Horses. To Drive Out Malaria And Uultd Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you ate taking, ai the formula 19 printed 011 every label, showing it is Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron builds up the system. 50 csnt3 STGPHENSPORT Dr. R. I. Stephenson is in Gar'.teld this week. C. W. BARNES, of fish is never of Garfield Says: u loiifr Htrinp: carried up a .side .street. Tho "He who has world says: homoUiinjr better ought to toll tho people. Mr. Haines wants to toll you that ho has hotter values in his storo for your money than any of hin competitors. If you don't lielicvo it j'ust step into his store and hhIc him. Let him rihow you. We arc selling now 3 Overall first-clas- s at 90c Specials for Saturday, May 29 Good 15c Coffee .it Good 25c Coffee at 7 bars of Big Deal or Clean Easy Soap for -- 3 20 -- 5 C. W. Barnes, GARFIELD, KY. UNION Farris Horse Colic Remedy is simply RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION dropped on the tongue through a medBy Mail Also Treats Chronic Diseases. It has a pioven record icine dropper. Louisvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. will go to HardinsHiss Clyde Severs 2 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m- of 5!) cures in 00 cases" The women burg Thursday to take the teachers' ex- Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. can give it. Get a 50c bottle and folks amination. be sate. For sale at Wedding's drug Mrs. Frank Jolly has returned to Clifford W. Dowell and Mrs. A. B. store, Cloverport, Ky. Hardinsburg. Cashman of Stepheusport. Geo. and Win, K. Shellman shipped a Mr. and Mrs. Milt McAfee and daughIRVINGT0N ter, Miss Delia, who recently moved to flock of sheep Tuesday. Russellville. are rtleasctl with their new Dugan Severs has riturned from Bowling Green. has returned from home. Mrs. Kred Brite Miss Mary Kroush and Jas. T. Hesler Lewisport. Mrs. Robt. Burch, of Sircco, Ky., surprised their friends by eloping to is expected soon for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Hutchinson, of Louis where they Mrs. M. J. Crossott. ville, is the cuest of Mrs. Mary Mun- - Rono, I ml., Su nday night, were married by Squire Hatfield. ford. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. McIIollaud, a Charley Collins spent the week end boy; Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Butts, a girl; Best Thing for a Billious Attack. with Mrs. Morton Penlck, Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Dugan Severs, a boy; Mr, Le-Lockard, of Louisville, is visiting ami Mrs. O. O. Severs, a nirl: Mr. and "On account of my confinement in the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Lockard. Mrs. G. C. Troutman, a girl. printing office I have for years been a John Walter Jolly attended the com G. D. Lawsou has returned from chronic sufferer from indigestion and mencement exercises at Hardinsburg Hawesville. liver trouble. A few weeks ago I had Friday evening. I. 11. Severs is in Hardinsburg this an attack that was so severe that I was Miss Mary Alexander spent Thursday week, where he is on the jury. not able to go to the case for two days. in Louisville. get any relief from any other Miss Hallie Severs is having a delight Failing to Mrs. Anna Koote, of Owensboro, will ful visit with her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Smith, treatment, I took three of Chamberlain's Tablets aud the next day I felt like a arrive tuts ween tor a visit wtin ur, and Mr, Smith, of llirmiugham, Ala. new man," writes II. C. Bailey, Editor and Mrs. P. W. Foote. Mrs. Win, L. Miluer returned Sunday Carolina News, Chapiu, S. C. Obtain- Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, spent where she evetiiiiir from Louisville, able everywhere. the week end with her parents. Miss went to attend the Japaueese Comedy, Julia McGuffin was her guest during Kermers, etc., at Maculey's Theatre the time. Thursday and Friday evenings. Miss AERO AIDS DOCTOR'S HASTE.. Miss Nannie Lee Kendall, Webster, Virginia Helm Miluer appeared in three Call at Speed has been visiting Mrs. Nancy Henry. acts. It was a combined professional Takes Him to Accident of 110 Miles an Hour. McMullen has returned and amateur benefit for the "Girls Mrs. Ermine When he received an emergency call from Louisville, Friendly Inn." to an accident eleven miles out of Grln-nel- l. A little girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and baby Ia.. Dr. Pcnrl B. Somers pressed Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp Sat- attended the all day meeting and Sun Into service W. C. Robinson, an aviShe has been named Mary day school convention at Amnions, urday. ator, who drovo him through tho air an hour and Louise. S. English, of Pembroke, at a speed of 110 miles Mrs. II. patient's side In sis S, landed him at his Miss Ila Payne has been visiting In Ky., is the guest of her son, Rev. H. Uewleyvllle and was organist during Hniilish. and Mrs. Unglish in Roberts minutes. This la the first tlino a physician has the camp meeting. Bottom. used an aeroplane to answer a call In Miss Ada May Foote has returned Mrs. Fanny B. Severs went to Louis- Iowa. Owensboro and ville Thursday to attend the funeral of from Madlsonvllle, Cloverport. Lame Back. Mrs. Elizabeth Byrne Jausing, who died Edward Morrison is visiting Mr. and suddenly Wednesday afternoon at her home, 43I4 W. Chestnut street. Mrs Mrs. Harry Morrison, of Louisville. Lame back is usually due to rheumaHard Miss Elizabeth Cain is visiting friends Severs will remain a week for a visit to tism of the muscles of the back. her daughter. Miss Frances Severs, aud working people are most likely to suffer In liewleyvillo. Jps. J. Severs. from It. Relief may be had by massag- Joe l'iggott, of Lexington, Is tho Miss Lillian Cart, delegate from the Iinr the back with Chamberlain's Lini guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Union Star Sunday bchool to the county metlt two or litree limes a uay. 1 ly it. J. l'iggott. everywhere. convention, gave a detailed report of the Obtainable Arthur Payne Is visiting at the home proceedings to her Sunday school. of Mr. and Mrs. J. IJ. Gibson. Invincible. Mrs. Will Dowell and family were Mrs. Nora Board spent Saturday In What Is a triple alliance, Tommyr O. W. Dowell, of guests of Mr. aud Mrs. "Itfa when pa an' ma an the school- Louisville. Stepheusport, Ky., Sunday. ttmcber agree that I ought to hare a Ed Thomas and daughter, Ag Mrs. York Timm. Dr. Miluer Is attending J. W. French, Uckia'."-N- ew nes, returned to Leltchfield Monday. 1 STAR. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on i ! What i ; 1 Cent Will Dol A Postal costing one cent might save you some good money on Building Material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anything you may need in this line, Let tts quote you our price on Lumber, Builders Hard- ware, Roofing either Metal, Felt or Shingles Paints, or Wire Fence. We will quote you prices, freight paid to your railroad station, Write For Prices i FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated O jf JAKE WILSON, Manager. REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Big Type boar. Will weigh up to 200 pounds. Prices 20 and $25. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. Saddle and Harness Stallion, 5 Years old, weight 1,000 pounds Brown Crest No, 3853 I By Bay Squirrel 2nd, No. 1352, by Richmond Squirrel, No. 898, by Black Squirrel, No. 58,! (sire of Chester Dare, No. 10) (His sire's dam, Nannie Garrett, No. 472, is the dam of Chester Dare, No. lo). Brown Crest's dam, Kiggett, No. 3I7I, by Chester Chief, No. 1129, by Chester Oarc, No. lo. $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when mare is traded or colt foaled. L0G0F0GUS is a black Jack with white points, 10 years old aud over 15 hands high. He made the three last seasons 011 Chensey Wilson's farm near Big Spring. Has a record of 53 living colts in one season. Has good length, large bone and a good, quiet disposltiou. BBOWN CREST AND LOCOFOCUS will stand the present seas-o- n at John Elder's barn, Hardinsburg. Anyone desiring to raise mules should see this Jack before breeding elsewhere, $10.00 to insure living colt. H. J. ROBERTS, HmrdlMSbMrg, Ky. - iiiirniilTiiiiBiJ