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The Breckenridge news: June 2, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915060201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 2, 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 VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, ; ; FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 48 ; KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2, 1915. ; JAMES R. SKILLMAN Joe, Jr., On the Witness Stand Last Week. DIXIE Routes HIGHWAY SUCCESSFUL SALE BY PROHIBITIONISTS GUCOUNSEL For L, H. & St. L. R. R. CompanySon of Mr. and Mrs. A. Louisville Determined Are Placed On and Lexington TRUSHOMPIINY B. Skillman, The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company Holds the The final location of the great Dixie Bankrupt Sale for Abel Receives Highways was made on Saturday, and the Two Routes. High Honors. HAS BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL James R. Skillman was on Thursday appointed as general counsel for the Louisville, Henderson & St Louis Railway company. He has been the duties of the position since the resignation of the late Hon. R. A. Miller, several years ago. Previous to that time he had been connected with the company as general He claim adjuster for some years will have his office at the company's headquarters at Louisville as formerly. "Mr. Skillman has received in the appointment to the chief attorneyship of the Texas road, one of the handsomest compliments to a young man in legal profession In Onrensboro," says the Owensboro Messenger. Mr. Skillman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, of this city, and their friends in Cloverport are very proud of Mr. Sklllman's appointment, which was preceded by close application to work and reliable methods during his lengthy connection with the Jlenderson Route. g Louisville and Lexington were placed on the two routes. The following are the authentic lists of the routes as laid down: Momence, West Route Chicago, Watseka, Hooptown, Danville, in IlliInnois) Covington, Crawfordsvilie, dianapolis, Martinsville, Bloomlngtou, Bedford, Paoll, Fredericksburg, Palmyra, Greenville, New Albany, in Indiana; Louisville, West Point, Cave City, Bowling Green, Kussellville, in Kentucky; Springfield, Shelbyvide, Nashville, Murfreesboro, Sewanee, Monteagle, Chattanooga, in Tennessee; Lafayette, Summerville, Rome, Cartersvllle, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Griffin, Barnesvllle, Mucon, Amerlcus, NEAR IRVINGTON SATURDAY. Albany, Thomasville, in Georgia; Tallahassee, Live Oak, Lake City, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Miami, In Florida. East Route, joining at Indianapolis Richmond, in Indiana; Dayton, Cincinnati, In Ohio; Covington, Williams town, Georgetown, Lexington, Richmond, Cumberland Gap, in Kentucky; Knoxville, Rockwood, Dayton, Chattanooga, in Tennessee; Dalton, Calhoun, Atlanta, McDonough, Jackson, Macon, In Georgia. Bast route from Macon to Jacksonville to be selected later. "" Trip to New Mexico. Mrs. Henry C. Pate, Mrs. Wave Roff and son, Marion Clay, will leave the second week in June for Raton, New Mexico, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pate. They will visit relatives In Nickerson, Kansas, and will be away several weeks on their trip. Encouraged Over Improvement New May Road Build an Electric Light Plant. Left Yesterday. W. B. Phelps left yesterday morning to visit his daughter in Massachusetts. Mrs. David Phelps and daughter, Kathrine, and son Billy, went to Versailles to spend a month with her parents, Dr. Crenshaw and Mrs. Crenshaw. Harued, (Special.) Tlie'surveyors for the new pike leading six miles out from Hardinsburg through Harned into the To Leitchfield road, have surveyed as for ns Mt. Zion. Work will be begun on this pike at once. Some of our enterprising citizens are talking strongly of installing an electric light plant. These improvements, added to our already little town, with its splendid church and Sunday-schoo- l interests, our graded school, with its efficient teachers, as good citi.cus as you will find anywhere, backed by as good farming land as there is along the L , II. & St L. branch, will make Harued among the most desirable places in Breckenridge county. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Trustee for Abel Gllllnwater, bankrupt, held their sale of the real and personal property of the bankrupt, on his premises, near Irvington, Ky., on the 29th., Inst, as advertised, which was well attended, and the property sold for very satisfactory prices. The sale was conducted by Paul Couipton, Cashier of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., D. W. Henry, Auctioneer, Judge D. D. Dow-el- l, Clerk. The manner In which this sale was conducted was additional proof to the public, that it Is Impossible for any one to give to the public the sorvlce which was given by The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Trustee, as the management of this Bank and Trust Co., spare no time nor money in making preparations, In the way of advertising, and having everything in first class condition before offering auything they are Interested In for sale. The public is thoroughly convinced they are In better position to give the service desired, as they have had years of experience in this class of business, and to prove their success In this line, their business has more than doubled in assets, within the last year, which are now crowding the Million Dollar mark. Any business entrusted to them has the direct supervision of men skilled in this class of business, in addition to this, their Board of Directors give their personal attention and advice to all matters in which they are interested. the Republican Party and Voters of Breckenridge County. f Did Him Lots of Good. I wish to announce my candidacy for Circuit Court Clerk of Breckeuridge county subject to the action of the Republican party in the August primary, l9'5. Your vote and influence is earnestly solicited. Twelve years of ray life has been spent in teaching In the public schools of your county. This gives many of you the privilege of knowing me personally and knowing my worth as teacher and citizen. In July 1DO9, after being solicited and urged by my friends, I offered myself before the Republican County Convention as a candidate for nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of this county. I had made known to the public ray candidacy but five days before the convention and was defeated by a majority of three votes. I was young then especially In politics. Many of the leaders of this Convention expressed their appreciation of ray strength and assured me if I would be content to wait six years longer they would nominate me for this office I now ask for. After this Convention I took my place in the party ranks as a private and have asked for nothing at the hands of Dear Mr. Babbage: Your paper of the 10th inst., came to hand and lam very glad that you remember your old friend, Isaac Kosenbaum, and also that you remember the good old times when I came to Cloverport with a wagon. Nothing ever did me more good than the reading of this article I remember very well In your paper. the bay mule that used to haul the express from your office to the wharf. Have you still got that old mule? Thanking you for your kind remarks and wishing you much success, I am Your old friend, ISAAC KOSENBAUM, MOORMAN-WEBE- R niss Kathrine Klyde Moorman and fir. Edward J. Weber to Marry June 26. Louisville, Ky. Marr-Bayles- Miss Ida B. Marr and Mr. Oliver N. Bayles were married In Louisville May 5 by D. A. G. Alderman. They are at home at Madison, Ind., Route 5. Mrs. Sallle Moorman has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Kathrine Klyde Moorman to Mr. Edward J. Weber, of Louisville. The marriage will take place at home on June 80. The Young Man Loves the Young Lady That's his business. The Young Lady Loves the Young Man That's her business. Pretty Soon They Get Married and Need the party. In view of the strength that I developed at this convention and of the further fact that the party In that convention gave me assurance that I would be remembered six yeaw from that time, I feel that I am not now asking too much when I ask for the nomination at the hands of the voters. Again soliciting your votes and influence I am, very truly yours, Guthrie E. Tucker. f.ast Monday wc had our first experi- Rev. Andrew Johnson Selected on the witness stand. Talk For Governor-Wom- an Named about fighting Germany! That would At the Methodist Church Ser- be child's play by the side of bcln For Secretary of State. fired Into vices to Continue Through side from by four big lawyers. Broadboth sides. Heeds of sweat the Week People Missing popped out on our forehead, not quite The Hev. Andrew Johnson, of Ky., was nominated as a candias large as a goose egg. Great Messages. The first question llred at me was date for Governor by the State Convenfrom a 4 caliber gun, called Henry tion of the Prohibition party Friday at Wanted to know the Trinity Methodist church in LouisSERVICES AT 3 AND 7:30 P. M. DeHaven Moorman. where I lived, I told him on account ville. The other candidates nominated are of the twa years' drouth. I had been The Rev. G. W. Hummell, of boarding with my father at Carter's T 15 Demaree, Wilmore, for Lieuten Ky., is preaching splendid Cabin, Carter's Landing, Ky. p, ant Governor; Mrs. Frances B. sermons at the scries of meetings at Lexington, Secretary of State; Col. Claud Mercer, another lame the Methodist church in this city. Lrp battloship, and also promoter Adam Carpenter, Moreland, Treasurer; of the M. L. Moore, Franklin, Auditor. until Sunday night, as the Rev. W. U. Dixie highway scheme shot this one Frank expressed it, "the attendance at us: How much arc vou worth. The nominees for Governor and Lieuhas becu painful." Many wonderful Mull? Well, sir, when I get this tenant Governor are pledged to with dollar and encouraging messages have been I am expecting as a witness in draw from the race provided either of, this brought to Cloverport. Among some case, and two more dollars, the two dominant parties nominate I'll have of the thoughts Hev. Huuiinell candidates pledged to prohibition and has three. said: God is alway3 with you If you Sherman Ball, an old bachelor law include a prohibition plank in their just let him In your life and if Chris- yer, asked this question: How old platform. are When the convention was opened tians could remember this, they would you, Mull.J Judge Layman objected, several of the eleven men present asked never have sorrowful hearts and being as there were ladies present. gloomy faces. God is never taken James R. Skillman torpedoed us with If they would be permitted to take part awav from us. but by our distress, this: What is your occupation? I'm, in the proceedings, stating that they worries and sins, wc keep Him out of sir, what they call a corn Hold canary had never afiiliated with the Prohibition party. This started a discussion which our lives. After hearing Hev 's or farm clerk. sermons a person Is made to Judge Henry Defiaveu Moorman, the ended in permission being given all those present regardless of their prefeel that he himself is responsible lor dreadnaught, took a broadside at us vious political affiliation, to take part his pleasures, his business success and that made a noise like this: Mull, in the convention, if they declared his eternal salvation, because it Is the have you been No, naturalized? themselves iu favor of the prohibition good pleasure of Our Heavenly Father Judge, it's impossible to be natural principle. to give them to us, if wc seek them. here. I am scared to death. The women present held exactly a He makes men see that they have a Are you a married man? Col. majority, and made their inmind, a will and are not handicapped Mercer asked. No, colonel, I am not, by any fate or circumstances. but don't worry, I'm as Mr. Chinke fluence felt. The platform adopted puts the party The services are hold at 3 p. m. and Mattiugly once said, I am be gaged. 7:30 p. m. Hev. Hummell is the guest on record ns favoring a single terra of Then court adjourned. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Bowmer. six years for I'rrsident of the United JOG MULHATTON, JR., With the Hev. frank and Mrs. Frank, States, the initiative and referendum, he has been entertained in the homes Carter's Lauding. and the granting of the rights of sufof Mr. and Mrs. A. K, Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Babbage, Mr. and Mrs. frage to women. Of course the platBusiness Change. K. M. Pennick, Mr. and Mrs. David form reaffirmed the stand of the party I'helps, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer. W. H. Gibson and Larkln Gibson in favor of prohibition of the sale and have bought the grocery and meat manufacture of alcoholics, Louisville Official Call For Republi- market of Qulggins & Ileavln. They Herald. can County Convention will run an up-t- date place. Storm Damage Hardinsburg, Ky., June I, 1915. Two Efficient Public To the Republican Voters of BreckenIrvington, May 3I. (Special.) A ridge County: Servants Are Running. gale of wind and rain swept over IrvThe Republican State Central Comington Tuesday afternoon with terrific Our neighbor, the 9U1 Judicial dis- force, causing much alarm and doing mittee has directed that County Conventions be called in each county iu trict, composed of Hardin, Grayson, considerable damage. Dr. W. B. the State for the purpose of electing lireckenridge and Meade counties, has Taylor's garage and Henderson's delegates to the Republican State Con- the honor of being served by the young- butcher shop ou Main street were unvention to be held at Lexingun, Ky., est Circuit Judge, Hon, J. R. Layman, roofed. A plate-glas- s door In Irvingof Hlizahethtown, and the youngest ton Hardware store was demolished. June i5, IOI5. Attorney, Hon. II, An immense smokestack at Irvington Now pursuant to that call the Repub- Commonwealth's lican voters of this county ace called to Dell. Moorman, of Hardinsburg, iu the mill was blown down, telephone poles meet lu convention at the court house State. These gentlemen were each ap- and wires were wrecked, a flue was iu Hardinsburg, on Saturday, lupe i2, pointed by the Governor to fill vacan- blown off the L., II. & St. L. depot, 1015. at 1 o'clock p. m., for the pur- cies in the offices held by them, and are wiudows were smashed, shade trees pose of electing 26 delegates to repre- now candidates before the people of and shrubbery uprooted. A veranda at sent Breckenridge county at the said their district, asking the endorsement of the home of Col. Bate Washington's at State Convention and transact such an election. Double Springs was torn from the wall. Neither Judge Layman nor Mr. Moor- The loss to the town means several other business us may properly come man has any opposition, and they will hundred dollars. before it. All voters who were entitled to vote undoubtedly be nominated by the peoThe in the Republican Conventions held in ple at the approaching primary. K. of P. Notice. lUi'J, and all known Republicans and all members of the local bar who practice The memorial exercises of Breckenyoung Republicans who have attained iu their district say that the Republicans their majority since said date are en- will not nominate any candidate iu the ridge Lodge No. 01, K. of 1 will be titled and invited to participate in said event Judge Layman and Mr. Moorman held Sunday afternoon June 6th. All are nominated, and ns their nominations members are requested to be at K, of convention. The members of the Republican are practically assured, it would seem I', hall by 1:30 p. m. H. G. Yeager, County Committee are also called to that the people of their district, withC. W. Haminan, meet on the same day at the same out regard to party, recognize and apW. A. Rolf. place for the purpose of transacting preciate the high character and eminent important business and filling vacancies fitness of both Judge Lcyiuau ami ComHayes-Randa- ll monwealth's Attorney Moorman. lu the said County Committee. Hartford Herald. Witness our hands: Miss Margaret M. Hayes, of West H. M. Beard, Chalrm'in. Honor Pupil at K M I View, Ky., and Mr. H. M. Randatl, of D. D. Dowel!, Secretary. Brooklyn, N. Y., were married in LouFranklin Heard, of Hardinsburg, was isville last Friday. They left at once Moved From Stephensport. an honor student at the K. M. I. com- via. Washington, D. C, for their home Mrs. Jesse Asklns and children, Dennis, Robert and Mary Asklns, have mencement exercises at the close of its in Brooklyn. Mr. Heard was capmoved here from Stephensport. Mrs. seventieth term. Asklns bought the Miller farm and is tain af the best drilled company at the Subscribe Today getting along nicely. institute. ence Wit-mo- re, 1 Beau-chamHutn-melltwo-thiro AT EVERY MEETING Last Sale Tuesday, June 8th At Hardinsburg Loose Leaf House i Mr Marshall Very Optimistic This Season FLOUR That's OUR business McQUADY MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Sam Marshall, Hardinsburg, Route 2, was here last week on business, and came to see the Breckenridge News. Mr. Marshall was in fine spirits over his crop prospects. He has 35 acres of the best corn he ever planted, but a poor show for tobacco un account of scarcity of plants, Ills prospects are so much better than last year that the tobacco plant failure was not troubling him. Milner-Lee. Get your tobacco in. We are having good sales and prices just a little higher than our previous sales. 75,000 pounds sold last week and 100,000 pounds this week. Next week will be your last opportunity on the Loose Leaf Floor. Don't Miss It! Mitt Georgia Mllner and Mr. Perry Lee, of Evansville, lad., were married In Louisville Saturday, May the ond. They will make their home In Louisville. twenty-sec- Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Hardinsburg, Kentucky V THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, ta a H.WWIJ.'JJ,JI,'IJIJI JNO. D. BAlilUfiE. Editor and Publisher TO SUBSCRIBERS j n this blank in renewinc vour subscription. Kindlv J. : .. . .. ... Please examine tho label on your paper, it your suoscripuon is due, the Editor will npprcclTito payment. n.-Hj H (Wim-tAlrvU- r JUNE 2, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 6c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at tho rato of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plooso notify us. HARDINSBURG-LEITCIIFELD RENEWAL ORDER $ THE BRECKENRIDGE Enclosed find $ NEWS, KY. , , which apply to my out 04c account. Namk Adduess ROUTE TO RECEIVE AID. roofed, many trees uprooted and nil the FALLS OF ROUGH telephones were put out of business. The people of Hi.rdinsl)urg will be tho lirst to renlizo directly tho benefits of the State aid fund as road nearest them will come Mr. Marvin Hruiiiiigton, of Harncd, first for attention. Inspector .1. F. Grimes, of tho State Department spent several days with his grandparents, of Highway.", completed an insppction of proposed routes, and rec- Rev. nnd Mrs. I K. Kobcrts, last week. ITALIAN WAR ommended tho road from Hardinlnirg to Lcitchlield, as tho first to The Misses Inez and Hrlcne Duncan, be worked. The road irocs by I lamed, Kinsrswood and West View. Kingswood, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. TO EFFECT U. This will be the M. I,. Nottingham Miss Inez is ex Six or eight miles will bo perfected this season. first work on intcrcounty scat highways, under the State aid law thi pecting to spend tlie summer, in our is a general year and will bring with it. piogrcns. pleasure, prospcrit' and all the midst, and as she musician, we favorite arc all Custom and a splendid Likely to Revenues good that comes with good roads. This road improvement will inglad she is to be with us. crease the businc.--s interests of the county scats of both Breckenridge C. C. Nottingham surprised his many Be Reduced, and Grayson counties, and now it will be up to the people to live up friends here by going to Louisville and to their good ronds. The better roads they have, tho greater will bo bringing home a wife, who formerly was their responsibilities. Their property will increase in value, their Mrs. Iilla L. McClain, of Louisville. ADO DIPLOMATIC BURDENS taxes increase accordingly and their obligations to their fellowmcn Mrs. Nottingham is a sister of Miss bookkeeper for Green will bo easier to meet. The good roads should bring larger attend- Natalia Clapham llrothers Austrla and Italy Both Have Asked ance to their churches and schools, as well as bright hopes for finanhome Monday HERE IS A FACT: THE MONEY YOU SPEND NOW IS MANY TIMES THAT MONEY, BECAUSE IT IS CHEATING YOURSELF OUT OF THE PROFIT THAT MONEY WOULD EARN FOR YOU SOME DAY. IN OTHER WORDS, YOU ARE THROWING AWAY THE "FOUNDATION" ON WHICH YOU COULD BUILD A FORTUNE. YOU ARE CASTING AWAY THE SEED WHICH WOULD S. BECOME A TREE IF PLANTED. PLANT SOME MONEY IN OUR BANK. Total Resources including" Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. cial success. DRESS-MAKER- S BUSY. s have been besieged with women This spring tho who wunt sewing hired, and many havo been turned away with no promise for an early engagement. The reason, it is said, that few clothes were bought last summer and this season brought a double amount of work. How few women sew for themselves and their which at one time families is surprising. Tho art of dress-makinwas so popular in tho home, has been practically dropped by the majority of mothers and daughters. As a rule, women, who sew, never make more than ten cents an hour and those who pay that, very often give it reluctantly. Dress-makinis so fascinating that it is strange more women huvo not succeeded in it. Surely, there will bo a revival of the art, possibly when young women are taught there is much plcnsuro and compensation in sewing. Mothers, who deny their daughters tho privilege of sewing and the risk of wasting a little material, may come to see the fact that is worth while. One of the greatest and most interesting ways to save, is to&ew. dress-makerg g dress-making Vegetables Necessary to Health. per cent of the patent medicines sold aro patent hixu. If people regulate theii diet properly and include more green stuil's they will not need laxatives. Sevcnty-tivper cent of the people do not eat enough vegetables to keep them well. Somo doctors estimate that sixty per cent of the deaths are due to indigestion, constipation, and efl'ects which follow. If we can the fruits and vegetables from our own farms, which would otherwise go to waste, wo shall have a supply for use on our own table foods which wo need to keep us healthy and make us grow strong and wo can have a more varied and so more pleasing diet. Why should wo eat only meat, bread and potatoes three times a day, 5JC5 days in a year? Those who grow vegetables should use their produce. When there is so much want in tho world it is selfish and wicked to let any good food go to wuste. Harvester World. Sixty-tw- o tives. c Gov. Capper, of Kansas, rode thirty miles through mud and rain, May 25, from Topeka to Maple Hill, Kansas, to deliver a commencement address ho had promised the Superintendent. When tho Governor had learned tho class consisted of one lone boy, ho kept his promise just the same. Gov. Capper's sincerity shows how much ho values one boy, which should bo noticed by tho citizens of Lcitch-fielwhoso High School has a junior class of fourteen members, eight of whom are boys. Tho Leitchfield Gazctto contained a cut of this excellent class to be graduated in 191G and congratulations aro extended to them by those who aro deeply anxious to seo more interest taken in education by the boys of our state. d, Willis Green returned night from Louisville, where he spent the week end. Mrs. Mary Murray and little daugh ter, Mildred Moorman Murray, of Glen Dean, spent a few days with Miss Jennie Green last week. Jno, Kishcr went to Hardinsburg Thursday morning. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Nottingham spent a day in l'ordsville last week. Willis Green was in Hardinsburg Tuesday morning. Green Krothers sold to a Louisville broker thirty head of cattle Wednesday morning. Sol Allen shipped hogs I'riday morn ing. Miss Inez Duncan has a music class here at the 1'alls. l'reston Green went to Louisville Saturday morning to spend a few days in the metropolis. Mr. Mcdler, of Kingswood, was at the Falls last week in the interest of the Kingswood College. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sarver and three children, of Vanzant, spent the day with Mr. Sarver's sister, Mrs. Curt llryant, of this place, last Sunday. Miss Molina Hall, of Vanzant, spent the day with .Airs. Curt llryant last Sunday Robert l'isher, of Rockvale, was in the I'alls I'riday. Warren Lalme has been appointed' rural route mail carrier on route No. out from the Falls post office. Green Brothers are daily selling their Shetland ponies. They still have a good many beauties on hand and would be glad to have any one in the market for ponies come and look over the herd. Although the day was rainy and bad, Children's Day service as held at the Falls on Sunday, May 23. There was a large attendance and we enjoyed the service very much. Ilro. Roberts, pastor of the church, drilled the little tots and we must congratulate him on his good work. The little ones did fine and they well deserved the hearty'applause they reseived. The Rev. F. R. Roberts united in marriage last Sunday, Mr. Isom Sapp and Miss Laura Stevenson How about malaria? THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. United States to Look After Their Interests In War Area Communi- cation Now Difficult. Hardinsburg, Ky. Washington, May 24. Tho United States government Is expecting confirmation ot Italy's declaration of war against Austria hourly. The action of Italy, of course, comes as no surprise to the Washington administration or to the diplomatic al corps. Just what effect the entrance of tho belligerents will have on the Interests of the United States Is not yet known here. There Is naturally much speculation on its probable effect on American trade, both exports and imports. Italy already has become a buyer of vast quantities of supplies In the United States and it Is expected these will be Increased as her operations proceed. It has been expected that the probabilities that Italy's exports to the United States will bo decreased, with the abrogation of so many of her productive laborers Into the field armies. This, of course, would have the effect pf further lessening tho United StateB customs revenues, which already havo decreased to an extent that may require a special session of congTess. The problem of communication with Germany, Austria and Turkey from Washington also Is expected to be made moro dlflicult by Italy's entrance Into tho war. For months practically all tho state department's communications with those countries by cable have been via Rome, it is not expected that Italy will facilitate even tho official communications of tho United States to enemy countries, in fact. It is considered certain that sending messages via Italy will havo to be abandoned. For several weeks Italy has seriously lnterferred with cables from Washington to Germany, Austria, and particularly with those to Turkey. The only routo regarded as a possible alternative Is via the Scandinavian countries and thence south to Germany and her allies. Diplomatically the effect of the war will be to add to the burdens ot the United States government. It is understood that both the Austrian and Italian diplomatic and consular Interests will be entrusted to the representatives of the United States. Germany and Turkey will be included In the area affected, as declarations ot war upon Italy are expected from those two governments Immediately. Germany, however, Is placing her Interests In charge of the Swiss government. It is certain that there will be no more detentions ot American cargoes consigned to points in Italy, on the ground that their ultimate destination Is territory hostile to the allies, for Italy can bo counted on, of course, to prevent any such consignments over reaching their destinations. In this respect it is belioved that the annoy-anc- o of American shippers will bo somewhat lessened. It Is reported that Switzerland Is to form a government Importing agency, wnlch will probably havo the effect of rellovlng ot all suspicion ot American shipments to Italy. i I Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF m H Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction ...IN- .- II I Building Material, Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. lg m Lubricating Oils, mi i Greases and ' Gasoline f Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe i 1 and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. The 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 Tho First State Bank and tho Bull Nutional Bank, of Pinovillc, get we have a that for it oue that will cure close at noon on Saturdays during tho summer months. Wo should help you in every way. Send 5O cents think tho banks of Breckenridge county would enjoy the same ar- for full treatment Greenwell & Wellrangement. Tho bankers of our county certainly stick to their posts ington, Cloverport, Ky. and tho public could not blame them if they should take ono afterLouisville Market noon in tho week oir for somo wholesome recreations and Louisville, June I. (Special.) Al sports, oven for a game of baseball. though conditions are still unsettled, out-doo- Don't for r 1st Prize Nice Runabout. 2nd Prize $10.00 in gold 3rd Prize $7.50 in gold be'lter markets prevailed at ull pens at The was this issue. If you want to enjoy a good laugh rend .loo Mnlhatton, Jr., in the Hourbou Stockyards Monday. feature of the day's business 4th Prize $5.00 in gold 5th Prize $2.50 in gold XXXX What 1 Cent Will Doll A Postal enstinu nnti cent might save you some jjood money on llulldlun Material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anything you may need in tills line. Let us (Kioto you our prlction Lumber, Builders Hardware, Koofing cither Metal, Kelt or Shingles-Pai- nts, or Wire Fence. We will quote you prices, freight puid to your railroad station. Write For Prices FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Manager. load of good, prime steers that averaged I, a 10 pounds at $8.50, establishing a new record for the year 011 a . straight load of cattle. The cattle trade was active from start to finish and choice, light butchers were sold readily at 15c to 25c advance over Gillinwater Sale. quotations last Monday. E Calves ruled active and higher, while an advance of 5 cents was registered by The Gillinwater sale was well attended the hog market 011 receipt of 5I3 head. last Saturday. The laud was sold as a Former Pupils, Tops, 7.65. There was a good, active At Bethlehem whole and knocked of to Abel Gillindemand for choice spring lambs and Living in Breckenridge and water for $2,800. Through a misunderthey sold at lo)c to 11c. standing in the bidding it was put up Other Places, Invited to ReStorm at Bewleyville. sold again to Udwin C. Foote, ror and turn. The storm which swept over this comi $3,000. Doth parties claim the laud ty last Tuesday did considerable dam"The iliters of Loretto and faculty and it will go to court to settle it. The age at Bewleyville. The roofs on the real and personal property brought a of Betblehtm Academy, St. John, cor Methodist and Baptist churches were dially Invito all former students to the damaged. Mrs. Bennett's shop was un- - little over 4,000. hum coming to he held at the Acad Barbecue Committee emy June IS, 19 5. "All who Intend to take part in this happy reunion will kindly notify the undersigned of such Intention, so that adequate preparation may be made for a warm welcome to their old Con-- J xxxx vent Homi. I. "MOTHER AGNITA. ot. jono, tiy, v Mook Alfalfa Club Address Prof. T. R. Bryant, of Experiment Station, addressed the Mook Alfalfa Club on Monday, night at Fairvtow church. There was a large and apfft. ciatlve audience out to bear him. Vhe Breckenridtfe News WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1915 Entered nt tlio Post OflllceatOloTcrport, Kj asaccoml elm matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS MTES FOR POLITICAL For Precinct and city Offices f 2. BO For County Offices $6.00 For State and District Offices....! 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe inter-eof individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line st Change of Train Schedule The on L, H. & St. L. EffectiveMarch 15, 1915. KAST HOUND No. H2 will lravi Clovcrport . Arrlvlnc IrvlnRtnn No. will leavo Clnvorport ArrlvlnK IrvliiKlon Arriving Louisville No. 148 will leave Clovcrcort ArrlvlnK IrvlnRton WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport.. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson 144 . Arriving .oulivlllo 12:10 1'. M. . j!4J 7:10 V. A 5:51 A. 015 A. M. 0: A. J . J'. M. M. o:l J . M, 10'M A. M. 12:011. M. 1 ' !' M. Arriving Evansvlllo V. : Arriving St. Louis No. 143 wilt leave Cloverport... Arriving Owtnsboro ... ....... Swo r. JJ. . 0:35 P.M. Arriving Henderson 10:15 1. SI. Arriving Evansvlllo. 11 :M 1". JJ. No. 145 will leavo Clovcrport . 12:45 A.M. Arriving Owensboro 1:39 A.M. Arriving Henderson 2:03 A. M. Arriving Evansvlllo 7:10 A. M. Arriving St. Louis 0:30 A. M. No. 147 will feavo Cloverport Miss Jennie Warfield has returned ,7:40 A.M. . Arriving Owensboro 9:00 A. M. home from Roff, Ky., where she visited Arriving Henderson- her aunt, Mrs. Mary Haynes, who celebirthday. brated her ninety-fourt- J'. IJJJ- - Miss Georgia White hns returned home from Memphis, after a visit to Mrs. Kdwln Bell. Miss Eunice Jennings arrived from Owensboro yesterday to spend a week with her parents. James Jablne, of New OrleatH, is ex pected soon by his grandmother, Mrs. Jennie S. Ncwsoui. G. P. Ilurdctte, Mattingly, and Gabe Hayues, Union Star, sold their hogs in Louisville last week nt $7.20. Jas. S. Younger, of Louisville, and Jesse Payne, cashier of The First State Bank, will be in Clovcrport today. Miss Margaret Peyton lias accepted a position ns stenographer in the office at the L., II. & St. L. R. R. shops here. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tindle and two children, Irvin II. and Eloise, Lexington, came Moudny to visit relatives at Patesville. Mrs. Earl Wcathcrholt came from Owensboro Monday to make Cloverport her home. She will be joined by Mr, Weatherholt soon. Miss Addie G. Ditto nnd Mr. Carlton Hart, of Louisville, will arrive Saturday evening to spend Sunday the guests of Miss Mildred Babbage. Mrs. R. M. Pennick nnd son, Charles Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and daughters, Jane nnd Mnyme, spent Tuesday in Louisville. Ike Meyer, traveling salesman, was in Cloverport last week. Mrs. Meyer has just returned to tiieir home in Louisville after a visit to Chicago. Mrs. W. E. Adams went to Webster last Tuesday to see her grandmother nnd aunt, Mrs. Ralph Knott and Mrs. Leona Adkissou, of Oklahoma. Miss Leonora McGavock entertained the Friday Club Thursday afternoon The members will be entertained this week by Miss Katherine Wroe. NOTICE ! General Machine Shop We Jo all kinds of work such as What a Lot of Money ! : Automobile Work, Motor Boat Work and Gasoline Engine Repairing, Steam Engine and Boiler Work of all Kinds. Tin Work of All Kinds ought to be saved annually in the Dental business alone, if cart-- of the teeth was taken in time. If you would havenn examination made once or twice n j car, and give immediate attention to whatever little defect may be found you would not only save a lot of money, but would have sound nnd solid teeth in jour old age. The proper care of the teeth is a most important duty, nnd nlso a most neglected one Let us have a look nt them. rit tor a bride :tre the new attractive styles of Warner's Rust-ProCorsets. There are styles in coutille and batiste, gracefully shaped and daintily trimmed, for every type of figure short, stout, tall, of I" . r r i 1 W. A. WALKER, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dentist, & Office oier Bank ol Hardinsburg Trust Co. We Repair all Kinds Farming Machinery, Grind Plow Poinls and .Mowing Machine Cycles. 8 We are located on 151m Street between Nolte's store nnd the river Phones 94 or 50 W 8LltS ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT I'ER WORD slender or average. We advise an early call to see these new Warner models. From 50c up. The $1.00 Corset is guaranteed to shape fashionably, fit comfortably and not to rust, break or tear. Notb Advertisers ulran notify tlio editor when you want advertisement discontinued. Bishop & Squires, Mgrs. I Clovcrport, Kentucky Store Closes at 6 o'clock p. m., except and Saturday Nights during the Summer months. t t ty KY. Pay-Day- s I The Old Reliable and Experienced t' p 1 b X JL INiNJLUJK. All Kinds of Metal Roofing, Gutter. injj, Conductor Pipe, Etc. Repair- - Wanted Honey Bees 0 lllvroi of Honey lives, nlld or Italian, youmtorolil isarmi.. W.T. McCoy, Clovcrport. Uy. WANTKO-5- i J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, THE UNION SIGNAL III. Official Organ ol The National W. C. 1'rlen II.C0 per vear I'.vantton, f m T. U. . h t Personal Paragraphs About People Who Live In Cloverport, Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away.y. Society Notes In- ciuaea. Miss Tena Jordan, Bewleyville, was called to Mystic last week to see her sister, Mrs. Mary Ileauchamp, who was badly hurt in a runaway accident. Claude Mercer is in attendance with Governor McCreary at the Confederate He Reunion at Richmond, Virginia. will return the third or fourth of June. Campaign edition Issued monthly 23 cents ng and Soldering of all kinds R per ye;ir. Hut li regulur ami campaign ediInformation along tions contain Roofing, Stove Ovens Repaired and temperance lines mat no successiui worxer can iitroru to on witnout. Relined. Tanks any size to orFor Sale llav der. Everything in the Tinner's ;OH SALF At IIS per ton, number 0110 Line. Workmanship Guaranteed. .lummy iiujr, Miisdiuit'ijr iui) cured and .put up right. II. S. English. Prices Reasonable. Estimates Furnished. Give me a call. For Sale Thoroujlibred 0. 1. C. Pigs 'Phone G4-I. C. COltigSALE Klevcn thoroughbred O. prize, from L. It. Silver .V Co. her of i winner pigs, eltticrscx, for jlOlMclu.lrnonllis nid. Li.tu on or auuress, j. uuggins, i.eucn. s W m MEET ME AT WEATHERHOLT BROS.' ' 1 I CARL LISHEN, BJ5HEiE22SELES ilefd. Ky. Cloverport, Kentucky Pure Bred Orpliinjjton Egjrs Pure red llulT Orphlngton FOR SAI.K lianille these fowls exclusively. I J I. CO per M'ttlrg ot 15 eggs. This Is a lire and on let lire price, not put up ,1.. account of the. I. I. ..!.... I.., 1 1 -I For Sale CONFECTIONERY 1 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY m & Will Watkins, of St. Joseph, Mo., was Millinery at reduced prices this week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oglesby last week. Mr. Watkins came at Mrs. Cordrey's. a three week's especially to see his sister, Mrs. Carrie Prof McCoy is holding Chick. normal at C. H. S. O. T. Skillmau spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville. Assignees sale still on. Goods cheap. Get them while they last. V. G. 15AI5BAG1J. FOR SALE I will sell my house nnd lot on the hill providing I cttii sell Now four-roohouse, soon. lot 175 feet by about 200 feet. Good cistern Fine situation. m Icioveiport Machine I J Pctlm Fairleigh Meador, wife and sis children and Jim Hook, of the Freedom neighborhood, went to Arlington, Neb., last week to make that place thtir future home. Shop (Hast End of Iron Itriduc) nmnnf a uiauiy hurmsned on Application JVlortue frit- 1 . ltc nn .. r f uft'i tll m Rgj Mrs. II. I). Ross nnd sons, Randall Sitas Miller and sou, Robert Miller, of Ross and Joseph I). Koss, and daughter, were here last Tuesday. Hardinsburg, Miss Dona Ross, will leave the first of The Bohemia Boat party will arrive next week for their home in Parkers-burhome today from a trip on Green river. W. Va. IVmIss Mary La Rue Beard, of Hardins- - Miss Eudora McGlothlan Younger l)urg, is the guest of Miss Jane Light celebrated the eighth anniversary of her foot. She was birthday Thursday afternoon. Telephone the names of your guests given a party at her home in Louisville from a distance to The Breckenridge at 148 East Broadway. News. ' The Hon. Claude Mercer, one of KenMiss Maud Barry left Monday for tucky's two Dixie highway commissionArch, Ky., to visit her brother, Clifford ers, is invited to speak at the Dixie Miller. highway celebration in Elizabethtown The Rev. J. T, Rushing, presiding tomorrow. elder of the Methodist church, was here Maxie K. Brashear, of West Point, vas Monday. elected delegate and Miss Thelma Mrs. Ruby Kitchen, of Hopkinsville, Brashear alternate to attend the annual is .the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh conference of the Epworth League, N. Wood. which meets at Glasgow June 1. Stylish new waists in wash silks and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Miller, of "The white materials just' received. Mrs. Oaks," had as their guests Sunday Mr. Cordrey's. and Mrs. Jas. M. Withers, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Henritta Unvereagt, of Hender- H. M. Beard, little Miss Nancye Kinche-loson, is the little visitor of Mrs. l?red Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Beard and Whitehouse. little son, Jas, W , of Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warfield, of Louisville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Cores Old Ssrcs, Other Remedle Won't Con g, 1 e, and out Lights. buildini:. Electric General Machine Repairing Also can Supply You With i vl Come and See Me. Auto An and Mill Supplies. does i Saturday Excursion To 1 Golan Wethington, Cloverport, Ky. Expert Machinist our work teaie )our order with us lor FL0UR1NGMILLS Getting Ready For and New Being Installed Harvest-Elev- ator Gasoline, Steam Engine and Boiler Work T. F. SAWYER, Mgr. Lock Box 32 Machinery Cloverport, Kentucky BASEBALL Louisville vs. Milwaukee Lv. Foidsvillo !:'A0 a. in. Lv. Glen Dean (5:35 u. in. Lv. Irviiigton 8:05 a. in. Returning Leaves Louisville, Ky. and Return JUNE 12, 1915 H. A. Dutschke Stephensport Roller Mills is building an elevator 20,000 bushels capacity. This is a crib eleva tor. It is built out of 2x6 and 2x4 stuff laid flat nnd nailed with spikes. 60,000 feet of lumber and over it ton of nails used in its construction. Mr. Dutschke superintends the work. The Irvington Mill & lilevator is The worst cases, no matter of bow Ions standing, changing its power from steam to oil. Prank I'raize. are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. A power oil engine is to be in It relieves Mrs. Mary Sippel, of Irvington, was Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. 25c, 50c, $1.00. and Heals at tbe same time. stalled. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kmmett Pain the The Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator is Sippel last week. putting in a new boiler and repairs nt n to Louis- KILLS FAMILY, THEN SELF Miss Margaret Skillmau goes cost of Jl.floo. ville this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. The Star Roller Mills, of this city, is Ends Three Days' Quarrel by Choking R. Skillmau. Jas. figuring on installing an electric motor Wife and Daughter. Richmond, Mich., May 24. Herman and cutting out steam power. Any Weight Any Color Any Weave Any Price Summer Clothes For Sale by Telephone 70- - W Lv. Falls of Rough ti:12 n, in. 7:0(5 a. in. Lv. lluidtiiubun; Arrive Louisville 10:05 a. in. Louisville 7:30 p. m. i ) E. M. WOMACK, Assistant General Passengor Agent Progressive Pharmacy The success in any business or pro- fession nowadays depends on progress. There is no 'standing still one must There go forward or backward. should be a continuous advance in the practice of pharmacy. We make every effort to keep of all advances so that our customers may be insured the benefits of the best goods and the latest and most scientific service. Erdman, a prosperous farmer, two miles from hero, ended a threo-daquarrel with his wife by choking her daughter to and her death, throwing their bodies in a heap In a corner, nnd cutting his own throat with u huso butcher knife. He has a chance to recover. Erdman was his wife's third husband, they bavin;; been married but three months. Tho child was tbe woman's daughter by a provious marriage. y olght-year-ol- d BERRY S MORRISON HILL ITEMS. Mrs. Harvey Kowe, of Mattdon, III., was the guest of Mrs. Frank Storms last week. Sterrett Smith, of Patesville, was here last week to sec his brother, Will Smith, whose home is with his daughter, Mrs. Jess Isom. Hiram Moorman has moved into the house vacated by John Ilalley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and children were visiting relatives on the hill last week. Miss Margaret Atwood, of Hltes Run, has returned to her home, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Jessie Miller. Mrs. Kobert Fenwlck Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson. Mrs. Ernest Evans has been to Owensboro and returned this week, Mrs. Luther Satterfiald and mother have betn visiting relatives In tbe country. Mrs. Leyton Furrow and little ton Buy Here, Save Money you out of house and home' How about your grocery basket? Is it Is it costing you a third more than it ought to each year? You can change coming here. Our grocery baskets cut down the cost of living things by They do it in this way low prices. We mark our goods at prices that give us a living profit, but still as low as we can to attract trade. We do a big business and small profits count. Cloverport, Ky. LAVA THREATENED VALLEY Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Ctovtrpirt, : : Kentucky Eruption of Lassen Peak Volcano Followed by Earthquake. Heading, Calif., May 21. Hat Creek Valley, which was threatened with destruction Sunday by tho eruption ot Lassen Peak, has been saved. The flood which followed the disturbances, It Is now learned, has changed Its course for only a short distance, the main mud flow being carried out Into the old lava fields. The entire valley iris shaken by a strong earthquake, Just previous to the eruption. No damage from tbls source la reported. Clouds are covering the volcano. have returned from Evansvlllo, after vlsltinc her sister, Mrs. Elmer Nublc, nnd mother Mrs. E- - Gabbert. Mr and Mrs. Joe Simmons went to Tobinsport lust Sunday and siiont the day with Mr. and Mrs. John McKInnie. Mrs. Jerry Noble and little sou, of Koclqiort, ind., are visltlni; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Welsenberc. Miss Laura Satterfleld went tu To blnsport and remained several days visiting relatives. Specials for Saturday, June 5 iht Ik Uood Sliln Meat, wr lb. l.o lliu-oi- i Coiiiuouml Lard, pit lb. llutts, per lb. 10o 13e I'uro IIuk I.anl, U'u Coal Oil. per pillon lie Highest Price Paid for Produce C. W. BARNES, Garfield, Kentucky ) Highest Speed Ever Attained. Tho highest Bpet'd over attained by mail on tho fucu of the curth U onu tnllo in 25.2 ticcouds, equivalent to 142.85 mites an hour, according to tho Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages and Instru. Railway Ago Guzette. It was In an inents of Writings drawn up ami run by Teddy Tctzlaff on tho Telephone acknowledged lrvel salt beds at Salduro, Utah, 112 miles west of Salt Lako City. The best speed ever made on rails was with an electric car between Berlin nnd onsen 130.5 mites un hour. V. G. BABBAGE Dr. Jesse Baucum ..LAW., Permanent 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Try A "News" Want Ad. DEAR FRIEND WAS MOTHER. EXTRA CARE AND FEED FOR YOUNG COWS jj am mrfcwiriwnf u.p in iiMMiMwwwjuPw rnnfi tur n . 1 HOUSTON AIDING AUSTRIA'S DESIONEO U- -5 f Girl, Given Away Dacauio of Povsrty, Now Knows Parents. L. C. TAUL U. Iicrimsc, Wls.-Hi- izel "West," in' Prize-Winnin- g , "ju English Shorthorn. The making of a Rood dairy cow begins with the- cnlf. Heifers designed for tho dairy should have the very best of core from the day they are born until they begin to do service We too often forget In tho dairy. that the young cow in her first year of milking has not reached her full growth and therefore noedg extra feed and care to make up for the tremendous drain upon her system. If dalrv heifers are not bred until - they nro throe years old, caro should be taken that they do not lay on too much fat, as after that time they freshen up rapidly whenever heavily fed. The good dairy cow, however, seldom gets too fat. Sometimes cows are condemned 33 being of no use in the dairy, when the only trouble Is they are sour. Every cow should have a fair chance. That means that she should he well fed. reach below the frost line and a line of three-Inctile placed in the bottom, connected with a proper outlet. The lower part of the trench is then filled placed so Correct Methods of Makinfj Good with fiat stones,free passageas to glvo of water. chance for the Quality of Material. Smaller stones or cinders are placed upon them, and up to within a lew Inches of the ground surface. Stand boards on edge so as to make a form Building Can Be Made Ratproof With for the concrete of proper width, say Expense Little Trouble and Slight six or eight Inches. Next prepare vour Perfect Drainage Is Imconcrete by mixing Portland or other portant Requisite. good cement, one part, with three parts sand, and water enough to mako With the rapid decrease of our tim- a puttylike mass, with which the ber supply and the resulting Increase board form Is to be evenly filled Jp. In the price of lumber there has come This makes a practically indestructa necessary demand for a new build- ible foundation. ing material. Nowhere has this demand been felt more keenly than on RAISING BROILERS ON FARM the American farm, where lumber hai till now been practically the only Early Chick Is Mcst Profitable Large building material. On account, howDemand for Fowls of Two o ever, of the farmer's nearness to the Three Pounds. one timber itself, he has been the last to feel tho full effect of the shortas". (Hy A. C. SMITH.) In concrete a building material has Tho enily chick Is tho most profitbeen discovered that In many instances able, yet there Is profit In the lato has proved to be far superior to lum- chick provided It la not too late. ber, brick or building stones on acThere Is an exceptionally large decount or its durability, economy and mand In some sections for It roasters and broilers of from two o safety from fire loss. Moreover, can very often be used at the most two and a half pounds. This furconvenient time by the farmer himself nishes a splendid opportunity for with a very little assistance. those who wish to rear and market Frequently cement users have made chicks without being obliged to houso costly mistakes by not Informing them. Hatched In May or June, they themselves properly before starting should easily weigh two or two and their work concerning the correct f pounds before October 1. If methods of making good concrete. For especially well fed, they should reacli this purpose the following materials that weight still earlier. This Is tho art; necessary: ill cement; (2) sand: most favorable time to hatch and raise (3) gravel or crushed stone, and (1) chickens, as the parent stock has been water. out of doors long enough to acquire Cement is, therefore, only one part splendid health and remarkable vigor. greater Eggs, if sensibly set, should hatch alof a concrete mixture. A far proportion of sand and gravel than most perfectly and the chicks should cement Is required. The quantity of live and thrive. cement to be used and the strength Tho equipment required is very of tho concrete depends entirely on small a good sized box or a barrel, tho quality and size of the sand and covered with waterproof paper, set In gravel, and It Is of the utmost Im- a dry sheltered place, may be used portance that these bo of the right both to set the hen in and to house kind. With an equal amount of ce- tho brood, Uiough tho barrel Is rather ment a far stronger concrete may be unsuitable for the brood after the made If the sand and gravel are of chicks are weaned, especially If thero the proper size and correctly pro- are many of them. portioned. It is sometimes thought Both hen and chicks should be althut any kind of soil of a randy na- lowed freo range after the chicks are ture, mixed with a small percentage a few days old, to pick up a largo of cement will mako concrete, but sharo of their living, but In addition this Idea Is Incorrect. it Is a good plan to feed them at night, In tho Felcctlon of sand great care and to glvo them all they will eat, as should be used, and attention should they will grow faster and will either bo given to Its quality, for sand con- - bo marketable at an earlier age or weigh more, and consequently bring more, at a given time. Chickens of this weight, will not, It Is true, bring a fortune, but It must be remembered thut they cost very little to rear. Tho fact that tlw earlier they are marketed, tho better tho price, should not bo lost sight of. For this reason, It pays to feed them a little where thero Is not an opportunity to pick up abundance of food. CONCRETE HENHOUSE light-weig- which Washington. Secretary of AgriculThe Austrian submarine U-ture Houston Is going to try to solvo mado a trip of more Uian 2S0 miles the problem of unrest nmong country from her baso and sank the French women by Improving their condition. cruiser Leon Gnmbetta off Otrauto, in story of her parentage. In explaining the case to tho judge "The chief objections of women to tho Adriatic sea, with n loss of G52 Mrs. Green said: "1 was tho mother of country life," according to n statement men, Including Admiral Scnes, was designed in America and equipped with another child when Hazel wns born, Issued by the department, "are usualand we were too poor t care for both ly the generally smnll returns from machinery made In this country. of them, and nt Mrs. West's urgent farming, the drudgery of farm work The vessel nnd her sister ship, tho U-and the social Isolation. aro of tho same displacement, plea 1 let them take her. "Data tnkcii from the records of the speed, radius, etc., as the llvo United "Not a week has passed since that I have not mhmi her. The Wests, wcio department nnd relating exclusively to States submarines of the C class which now constitute tho floating defenso of better able to care for her than I, nnd work of this kind In the thirty-thret have been happy In the thought that northern nnd western states show the tho Panama canal. These vessels nro. she was being brought up la the right following distribution of funds: For of course, smaller nnd less powerful wny. Hut since Mrs. West's death I meeting and movable schools, nt than the more modern boats, but have have been worried, and now that sue which demonstrations are given in both in maneuvers and in actual war bus been taken away from West I In- cooking, sewing, household convenshown their great valuo for defensive-purposes- . iences nnd for tho organization of tend to keep her." clubs to study home economics, Mrs. Green U the wife of n railroad Made Long Sea Trip. .?Sl,r.-)for tunning clubs to teach engineer. Hazel's father Is dead. In tills connection It is interesting to women how to prevent ninny girls nnd of tho wastes of the farm by canning note that the torpedoing of the Leon SAYS WOMEN DRINK MORE. 'und preserving fruits, vegetables nnd Gnmbetta took placo approximately meats by cheap and rapid commercial 300 miles away from the baso of tbo Fight Against Liquor Stronger Except processes, $ri(i,10; for county agents U-thus Illustrating tho enormous With Them, Says Bonnet. who help fanners nnd their wives to valuo of the mobility possessed by Philadelphia. In an address nt the even the smaller and older submarines. fiftieth anniversary celebration of the It wns tbo engines, motors nnd other union important parts mado in tho United Nntlou.il Temperance William S. Hennct of Now States which enabled tho U-- to acYork, after describing the progress complish this big trip and safely get made by the foes of drink, said: back to her base. Tho U-- 5 was put together at Flume, "The case of the girls and women constitutes the one point In which there Austria, under the supervision of has been retrogression, it Is my obAmericans and was handed over to servation that there is much more the Austrian government in 1010. The drinking among women than there wns same American concern as designed twenty years ago. As men are giving her is now building half of tbo now up tho habit, women nro drinking to a fleet of submarines" for the United to do." greater extent than they used States navy on plans that are being Mr. Hennct said that in 1870 virtually kept secret. every state was under the Influence of "In view of the scant respect paid to the liquor interests, but that now only the rights of weak neutrals by the two, one eastern and one western, aro great powers in tho European war," so influenced. said the designer of tho Austrian U-"Drinking has decreased In New In an Interview, "our coast fortificaYork. Now the men who refrain from tions nt the canal, no matter how effidrluklng at a banquet arc In the majori cient, cannot supply a complcto dety. Few men drink during their busi fense. The submarine, however, can ness hours." extend the arcn forbidden to the enemy's ships enormously nnd thus pro-- 1 vent the landing of mobile forces for BRITISH WOMAN WINS the purpose of attack upon the canal or Its fortifications. e ' 's o: I ! 5 5 girl, who wns taken nway from Fred West, her footer father, by Judge Ilrlndley becmisc ho linit neglected her, has found her mother In a woman shu has known nil her life ns n dear friend. Mr. Fred Green, tho mother, appeared before Judge Ilrlndley mid told the remarkable story of how she hud given llnr.cl to tho Wests when she was n Imby because of her Inability to care for the linby. A mysterious telephone call to the Home of the Friendless, where Judge Ilrlndley placed Hazel, effected the reunion of mother nml daughter. The message said that If Ilnzcl would come to one of the downtown stores alio would be given n heavy coat Hnscl went downtown alone mid did not come back. Investigation revealed her nt the homo of Mrs.' Green, who had met her In the store nnd told her tho FARMERS' WIVES Extension Work Is Now Con- EN S. lnsurar.ee 'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Submarine That Sank French Cruiser American Made. ENGINES WERE BUILT HERE ducted on Broad Scale. WOMEN TAUGHT EFFICIENCY Value of Home Conveniences Demon-- j itratad by Aflents of Department of Agriculture Show Amount Data Spent and Outline the Visible Remits Work li Jutt Started. Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Small Vessel Which Covered Trip of Nearly 300 Miles to Reach Foe and Got Back Safely Proves Value of Undersea Craft For Coast Defense, Says Her Designer. Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgccn Cflice Trent & Walls' Lltetj Stable Prepared to Treat all AnimallDijcases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE,IV. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. olcrioiz3lfoolol(criocz3l Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, ooo : Ky We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Prompt eunrnntecd nrst-clnUnliveries In Military packages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lntormatlon. Iletter. still, tend trial bundle. Offices : 625 W. Jefferson St. ss IGH MILITARY HONOR bhi maw riioto by American Press Association. SECKKrAllV HOUSTON. , Freed From Jail, Stio Builds one-hal- Hospital For Wounded, mi v Concrete Foundation. f tributes from ono thlrd to of tho amount of tho materials used In making concrete. Tho largest part of concrete Is the gravel or crushed stono This should bo clean; that Is, frco from loam, clay or vegetablo matter. Tho water used for concrete should bo clean and frco from strong acids and alkalis. In building a poultry houso with a concrete foundation, a little extra trouble and slight cxpenso will also Of mako It absolutely courso, perfect dralnngo Is the first In a deep, gravelly soil, requisite. where we do not meet with a waterproof clay subsoil, digging a deep trench, or putting tllo In the bottom is not necessary. Whero the subsoil does not allow tho free passage of water, however, the trench should one-halrat-proo- London. Though Itritaln flung her Into durance vile before the war, It Is dolling Its cap to Miss Louisa Garrett Anderson, who now holds authority equal to that of a major in the Ilrltlsh army. Her work has to do with great things for the wounded. She had been Jailed for u suffrage demonstration, and in the early weeks of the war she and the Ilrltlsh gov ernment felt mutually shy of ono another. Her first hospital wns opened under French authority. Tho shyness having been dispelled, the war olilce asked Miss Garrett Anderson to come home and make a hospital in Loudon. Out of her own reexperienco and Initia sourcefulness, tive she Is making her hospital. It has .100 beds. It is to be In working onler In record time. The family record is an extraordi nary one. Her mother, Dr. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, was one of the first She began her of women doctors. medical studies In IStiO. nnd though o the College of Surgeons and the of l'hyslclans refused to admit her to their examinations, she obtained a license to practice from the Soci ety of Apothecaries in 18T. I'arls hud fewer prejudices than Lon don, and, passing the medical exam inations of Its university, she received her M. D. degree. Later on, wheu Lugland realized that she was not to FEEDING PUMPKINS TO STOCK bo denied, honors were not lacking, and her daughter's degree Is n Loudon s Worth Approximately as one. After a long career In London conserved. Dr. F.llzahcth Garrett Anderson ro-- t Much as Ensilage for Cows or "Third. Plant for leisure und develit to her native town of Aldsburgh Sheep Sows Like Them. opment. Tho farm woman needs time and was elected mayor. for rending, self development, child "Pumpkins aro worth approximately teaching, social life and recreation. s as much as ensilage for NEWSPAPER IN AN EGG. "In tho development of home ecocows or sheep. Iirood sows will mako nomics demonstration work thero good use of them," writes II. P. Mil- Clergyman's Wife Finds News Item needs to be kept in mind the point of Wrapped Around Yoke. ler In Ohio Farmer. view that tho problems of country In the ration of fattening hogs they Mo. That u hen may swalwomen must chiefly be solved by counshould occupy about tho same placo low n news item and llvo to immortal- try women. Tho county agent moveas grass. Perhaps 2 per ton would ize tho digested information In uu egg ment In somo sections of tho north und bo a fair money value to place upon memoranda was shown when Mrs. J. west started out primarily ns a city field pumpkins for feeding cattle, A. Jnred, wife of a clergyman, who man's movement, but it bus succeeded sheep or hogs. corroborated their sensational break-fafc- in exact proportion as tho farmers of U will bo noted that they contain wrecked u boiled ono und read the county have taken hold of tho work so much water that no animal should the truth, or nt least read tho truth as and made It their own." be confined to pumpkins alone. near as n newspaper over gets it. 'Die fragment of newspaper, about n Monument Set Up For Ape. yoke nnd a half wide, wus wrapped Dust Setting Hens. Summit, N. J. The grave of a pet Dust your hens thoroughly with around tho egg under tho shell instead monkey which was owned by Mr. and somo good Insect powder tho day you of the usual thin whlto shawl that Mrs. Frederick Humphreys of New set them, also an tho tenth and nine- protects tbo white of tho egg in most York nnd was burled here a short tlmo ago on tbo estate of Mr. Humphreys' teenth days; this will got rid of tho Instances. Mrs. Jo red carefully tnltes, also grease tho chick's head the newspaper and found that mother, Mrs. T. St John Gaffney, Is with oil of cltronella. which can be very letter on it was readable and In now marked with a handsome had at any drug store. fairly good English. Col-legTwo-Third1 ,two-thlrdt, Increase the net Income of tho farm and thus make possible the Introduction of labor saving conveniences nnd other improvements $1, 027,3 12. "Extension work designed to be fundamentally helpful to farm women seems to Include within its scope certain matters, as follows: "First. I'lnns to Increase the net Income of the farm. Farm women need more money for home purposes. The purchase of homo conveniences, the installation of water, sewerage, lighting and heating systems, kitchen nnd other conveniences and the bringing of literature nnd music Into the home arc, in tho majority of country homes, dependent upon greater net profits In fanning. Knowledge of these conveniences nnd other desirable things Is good, but money to buy these desirable things is u vital necessity If country life is to be made as acceptable to women ns town life. "Second. Plans to tench and demonstrate efficiency in farm homo management. These Include such matters as wholesome food properly prepared and served in adenmto supply and variety throughout the year, tho care of tho homo und the family linen nnd wardrobe, the care and management of children nnd sometimes the handling of certain farm enterprises like poultry and eggs, milk and butter, tho garden, small fruits, etc. Klllclency In form home management contemplates tho maximum of accomplishment with the minimum of effort to the end that the farm family may find satisfaction and contentment in the home und that tho time of the farm woman may bo Cites Dardanelles as. Lesson. "Tho operations under wny at tho Dardanelles form also an lmpressivo object lesson, since tho bombardment of the forts and tho landing of French and English troops would be quite Impossible did the Turkish navy possess If even a small submarine flotilla. these operations arc finally successful and if the fnll of Constantinople proves to be tho turning point of tho war tho vital Importance of the submarine will have tho clearest possible proof." Of the crew of the Leon Gambetta Of these 110 landed 135 were saved. at Brln-dis- i. nt Syracuse and twcnty-Uv- o The bodies of Admiral Senea officers nnd men have and fifty-twbeen burled at Cape Lcuca. near tbo scene of their death. Tbo funeral wns arranged by tbo officers of Italian torpedo boat destroyers. Itcsldents of the neighborhood Joined tbo Italian sailors In attending tbo services at the o all 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS Ve pay the postngo both ways on packiiKOS Bic. or over, work LOUISVILLE. KY. M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a ni. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary cemetery. GIRL IS MADE Czar LIEUTENANT. Owensboro News Honors Young Woman Who In Tobacco Factories. Fights Besldo Brothers. Recent Russian army orders contain Sales Last Week. notice of the promotion of a young woman. Alexandra Lagerev. to Lancaster bouse sold 362,120 pounds With sixteen other girls be- at $5.11. longing to families of Cossacks, sho River sold 326,- has been fighting alongside her male 75O pounds at $6. relatives. Eight of the girls havo been Equity Home sold 208,52s pounds at killed. Lieutenant Lagerev was mado a $S.0U. Total sales for week, 807,575 pounds. prisoner, but she killed bcr guard, escaped and led a rcconnolterlng party which captured eighteen uhlnns In Sales For Season. with important documents. Lancaster house total sales, 8,895,- 525 pounds at $6.19. JOBS FOR 4,000 DUE TO WAR. Ninth-stree- t house sales, 7,370,230 pounds at $0.22, American Mechanics Go to England to Equity Home total salt's, 3,507,000 Make Ammunition. mechanics, pounds at $5.60, Four thousand American Green River sales before closing, 3,- principally machinists, from New York nud Jersey City havo gono to Englnnd 230,875 pounds at $6.85. Total sales for season, 23,008,690 to work In munition factories. A ilrltlsh agent named O'Counell pounds. has been rounding the men up, offerNearly a million pounds of tobacco ing union wnges. the best of living conditions and transportation both ways. was sold In Owensboro in the five days t. ' r. w, n I. if - uuuiit O'Connell is now making a tour of tho nmllnr. t iiuhj 11, Vilnius principal cities getting additional work- that there is probably another million men for Englnnd. in the district that will come in during the next week. To accommodate the HONORS GAILLARD'S MEMORY. sale of this tobacco the salehousea have concluded to continue their sales Wilson Renames For Him Culebra Cut, iur uuuLiicr itbl'k. iyiucii nnar.cn la His Work In Canal. believed to be scattered in small lots Culebra cut. In the Panama canal, Is over the district that will gradu no mora L'DL 1UIU Llin LILV 111 I II IT UVt K .1 fl President Wilson has changed the ot next week, for the season the renamo to Galllnrd cut as a mark of spect to the lato Colonel Galllard, who sales have exceeded the 23,000,000 had chargo of tho construction of this mark by almost 100,000 pounds. difficult section of tho canal and whose Owensboro Messenger. lieu-tenan 1 ' - death was due to bard work and posure Incident to his duties. ex- Read the Want Ads. s tti r i. i i un HI n p nr nn irr r nr rr rnn I 1 1 AID BELGIANS ON FOR PLIGHT BELGIANS A BUSINESS BASIS OF SERVIA Elaborate Also Shows Conditions In Bal kans to Combat Which Plague Experts Have Been Sent Out. INSIDE A Looking Down Into 3 u. AMERICAN GUNS HIT THE HARDEST Tolls Why $10,000 MAN HE AO OF HOLDUP GANG Confessloi I mil Rockefeller ami ilea's Lako of B:i!.ng Lav.. Financial System like a pit of liquid fire. Daniels A We Use White's Dramatic Foundation Reports on Aid by America to Refugees Who Fled Into Holland. f Gets the Best Results, ORGANIZED BY Play of Flaming Colors So Dazzling In the Darkness of the Vast Crater Fourteen Inch Gannon. , of Crime Stirs Court, LIVED HYDE AND JEKYLL LIFE , AMERICANS, JSJLT5S.yr-.IOR- E England's Fifteen-Inc- GUNS ON EVERY SHIP Queen Elizabeth Has Eight Guns, While the Pennsylvania Carries Twelve Fourteen-Inc- h Pieces American Doat Is 70 Per Cent More Effective. h tlie occupation of of the first class, which was under Commission Will Have Provided Food, stuff to the Value of $65,000,000 by FOLLOWING tlie German forces the enro of Muie. Iteuclilln, Baroness Mlddlo of August Profit Made In Belgians sought van Eck nnd Baroness van Gips. Dutchrcfugo lu Holland. The major- women. Cheap Bread Belgians Havo Done a ity saved nothing beyond the clothing Light nlry rooms were set aside. Lot of Work Themselves. Fifty women entered. Twelve sewing they wore. machines were installed, along with Ijndon. The American commission The queen of Holland Issued a proclamation welcoming the refugees, and scissors, needles, thread, buttons, cloth, for relief In Hclgium will have providsystematic efforts to feed and shelter etc. A supply of woolen yam wns ed foodstuffs to the vnluo of nbout $0u,- thoso who could not be taken Into pri- provided for women and girls who 000,000 for the Helglan people by tho vate homes were promptly set on foot could not few, but could knit stock- middle of August Charitable contriA national committee was organized, ings. will havo from America butions Sewing Classes Formed. with hcqdquartcrs In Amsterdam. Hut amounted to nbout ?.",000,000 nnd from all these' efforts soon fell far short of From the first the experiment was pproxl- Ui,rtl!t.s of tho worlll meeting the situation. A better spirit appeared 0lcr successful. mutely the same total. Tho great bulk The Rockefeller foundation appointed Charles .Tcnkluson as Us special rep- no great rapidity, new warn, garments ot " 1fooa,.:"'",,,"; resentative in Holland. The follow- nornmnlntcd. Tho sernns from cuttlnc remaining .f CKH),000, Is being providing facts were brought out by his In- were saved, nnd young girls nnd chil- ed Indirectly by tho Height n people vestigation: dren pieced quilts from them. This themselves. s First The Dutch government was class In one week produced 450 This la made possible by the elabs prepared to provide shelter nnd food underdraw. orate lliinncliil ninchlnery sot up by the of clothing, for the refugees, but did not feel that commission, enabling the Belgians to It could do more. utilize their own energies and reUcfugecs were suffering InSecond. n sources. Fully 75 per cent of the clotlilug. a tensely for lack of warm people ore being supplied with need which the local relief committees food by tlie commission without rewere trying vainly to meet. course to charity. One result of tho Third. Universal idleness was un commission's operations Is that bread dermining the energy and character of Is now cheaper In Belgium than In the refugees. London. Clothing Supplies Pour In. When the commission was formed Early In December large shipments of last October, under the chairmanship clothing Intended for the Belgians beof Herbert Clark Hoover, It was estigan to arrlvo nt Itottcrdnm. Uy agree mated that the total Imports required ment with captain .1. v. lAicey oi tne to keep the population of Belgium allro commission for relief In Belgium, Mr. would amount In value to about was nppolnted to take charge Jenkinson before the next harvest. The of It rise in the price of foodstuffs Increased The clothing had been sent from the the necessary a mount to !?ii.";.OOO,O0O. United States, Canada nnd England. The greatest problem in this connection was Involved in the fact that food1 ! nrtl-cletwo-thirdBel-gla- Photo by American Press Association. OBOUP OF SICK SERVIANS DOCTORS. WHO HAVE NO It was of very good quality and much of It absolutely new. Communities had worked together. Each family had given what It could afford. Iu some Instances families had taken this opportunity to clear out their garrets. Othen bad persuaded clothing dealers to turn over to them stock which, although new, had become unsalable. Some communities hud packed vege- fruits, canned goods, toys, dolls, silverware, tobacco, etc., with the clothing, and when these cases were opened the contents wcro found to bo an Indescribable mass of rotted matter only fit for tho rubbish tables, salt Ash, pile. To classify and distribute this clothing the commission was given free uso Some thirty of a small warehouse. wpmcn required for sorting were from among the refugees. Early In January another warehouse was obtained. Up to Feb. 22 12,470 cases bad been sorted and sent to various parts of Belgium and Holland. These cases contained 1,380,672 articles of clothing, of which 014,222 went to the destitute In Belgium and 472,350 to Belgian refugees In Holland. Thousands of Articles. Among them wero 241,034 articles of clothing for men, Including 10,740 over0 coats, 34,013 coats and Jackets and trousers. For women thero wero 824,405 articles, including 00,823 cloaks, 42,110 Jackets and coats and 13,077 shoes, and for children 280.775 articles, 250,203 of which wero suits. Some articles, clothing 70,000 miscellaneous and household goods, wcro also sent to Belgium. Tho articles distributed In Holland Included 133,020 articles for men, 143,440 articles for women nnd 182,541 articles for children. Most conspicuous among tho features ot the ucigian exouus was mo inci the refugees bad nothing to do. II the women in tho concentration "camp In tho uranium uotci, in containing 750 refugees, were ' called together and asked whether they would help manufacture underwear. ' Their response was prompt and genu- tM. , A dressmaker from Brussels, herself ivfugee, was engaged as supervisee 18,-35noi-terda- No more dramatic scene has ever Washington. In a recent letter giv- been witnessed lu n criminal court n detailed review of what had ing thnn that which arose in Brooklyn suIt has thrown out neither stones nor been done to Improvo nnd strengthen preme court when Philip T. White, a $10,000 n year sales manager, toro oft nshos since It annihilated the army that the navy lh the past two years Secretary Daniels made this statement: Ills Masonic emblem and confessed was marching against Knmehainehn, that he was tho leader of a band ot almost u hundred and fifty years ago. Tho bureau of ordnance has developed a fourtcn Inch Run that will xlioot tnxlcnb holdup men nnd consort of tho It retains Ha lava within Its own era- farther, shoot stralshtcr nml hit harder frequenters of the vilest dens in Manler wulch u "ot sl'"Iod like nn In than any ruh now In use or known to hattan's Tenderloin. verted cone. Tlie sides are from 100 be dcslsticd by a forclfin country. Beside White stood his faithful wife, to 700 feet high and 7 85 miles in cirhas been much Interest In tho There baby in her arms and cumference, and the lloor covers '..',050 guns with their matter of the effectiveness of the daughter by her side. Until cres. The volcano seldom makes ternavy, and Secretary Daniels lias her husband opened his lips she had rifying noises at least of tho kind of the believed him always the upright, reheard in Imagination by a schoolboy. given out the following Information spected business man he wns by day. Thousands of people descend Into the amplifying his earlier statement: "The question of the proper caliber There was hardly a dry eye in tho crater annually, and not one has ever for the main battery guns of our bat- - room. been injured. White wns charged with being conThe walk across the lloor of the crit' cerned In the robbing of two messenmiles. Is ter, about two and one-hagers ot his linn who were held up and over a hard lava bed. more or less tip deprived of ?3,03'J, tlie company's pay'.mil down, since lava hardens quickly roll. Last October a man named Clin-ne- n and remains as It flowed. In great ropes was charged with tho robbery, but airi ripples. A few yards from shore Immediately ncqultted by the Jury, one comes naturally to call the bank who readily believed the handsome, "shore" a ragged crack is crossed by honest looking, highly paid sales man. At tlo time this a wooden bridge. nger when lie said that at tho tlmo of crack opened, a large party was in tlie the robbery Clluuen was with lilm at They stayed long because they crater. Brooklyn's noted club, the Crescent. were delighted with tlie unusual acIlls salary was $10,000 a year. tivity of the lake and had no Idea Torn With Deep Emotion. that this activity extended beyond the pit of lire until at lust they started to While his counsel arranged with tho go back to the hotel. court for him to make his confession. It was night, and as they approached White, pale nnd haggard, gripped tho the northern bank of the crater their oak railing in front of him. He gave lanterns suddenly revealed n huge fisone quick, pained glance toward his IS 7 11 sure directly across their path. Alwife and then, steeling himself for tho stuffs sold lu Belgium to those who ready molten lava was bubbling up nt ordeal, began, his voice choking with, stilt had resources were paid for In tho bottom. They followed the edge emotion: paper. Tlie entire metallic currency crack, keenly conscious, un"Your lienor, 1 wi-- h to confess my disappeared early lu the war. and na- - of the doubtedly, as they turned to keep guilt and my shame before your court so scarce that tlonal bank notes were and tho world. I had tlie full confimany communes were printing paper parallel with the crater wall, that they were on the Inner edge. At last they dence of my employers and the lovo ot issues of tiieir own. split I was trusted my wife and babies. This paper money had no value out- found a spot where tlie lava had on ledge and esteemed by my relatives, my side of Belgium, and In any event to unevenly, leaving a projecting fry'tf-iSSraibusiness associates and my friends be-have exported It would have denuded which it was possible to stand, anil so W!,s tempted and before I fell. the country of currency. But unless to Jump to the other tide. The whole r r,i tor 1 have no Just excuse to offer for my this money were turned Into gold It experience, with the thought of sinkwould be necessary for the commis- ing to the llres beneath or of being crime. sion to Hud in tho outside world an overwhelmed by tlie lava slowly rising "But one thing I wish to ask here Photo by American Press Association. amount of money which was out of in tlie fissure and the litter helplessIs that the good Lord will give mo tho tlie question. At the outset, therefore, ness of their situation, was enough to nATTintr or 111(1 OUNS MlfllCINEn 1N strength to out the scntenco the commission began to devise a meth- test tho most Tearless. which you will Impose and that I may AMMlll'A. Kllaiiea is really an enormous quiod for effecting the exchange of these be spared to make full restitution for escent crater with an active Inner pit. tlcshlps is one that lias received the every dollar I have taken anil for every local currency obligations Into gold. u tho part most careful consideration 1.0(10 feet Negotiations were opened with the This cavity Is, perhaps. cent of expense that has been caused belligerent governments for permission across, and Its precipitous sides lend of tho bureau of ordnance and the gen- through my dishonesty. And I also Photo by American Press Association. to set up n form of exchange whereby down to a lake of molten lava several eral board. axiom with regard to want to pay back to the state all thac "There is an persons or Institutions abroad owing acres lu extent, sometimes higher, SERVIAN SOLDIERS IN ItAOS. It. tplit I4 calibers which amounts to this: That my crime lias cost ittm.w. liiti..,. tn tin, itlt nm,,ni' t ItnlMnm ulimilil (nrtl nvnr U I wish to be spared to help J. Edward men and one- - tho ..III,, ulumlil timlllit till. lil:l lliwt llil? , crs and undershirts for onmxUm tllc nmoullt ,)e wIllch ,H 'comlll0..ly n Ullem.lulmlUi Darrlck, my friend, who lias lost hU third assorted articles for women and , or ,lo.lrs TJ0 comml!jsi0Il tra1H,ated (il,tll()UsIl incorrectly), "the gun that will pierce the enemy's armor ...... nequng to pay their debts for them i,olISO of everlasting lire." It is cor- - over vitals at the maximum probable position iniougii chi, rcn' ,., undertook , , . lighting range. The fourteen inch guns wnnt to help Arthur Barlow, who has iuu ur luuei raiuuuMiuN inn. - j,, uciKi,)w out ot I)a,,er money which (alnly the house of tho goddess I'ele. lost his position, although I do not rent of the machines, cost of mate- It roceivc,i from the sale of foodstuffs, By daylight the lake of tiro Is a of tlie IVimsvlvanla will get through rials and wages of the forewoman. T1)0 i,0niK,.lel,t nations agreed to this greenish yellow, cut with ragged the maximum armor alloat, so far us Know wnj. "This Is the bitter cup that the Lord Later, nt the urgent request of the n(ter mljj negotiations, and there was mcks of red that look like pale streaks our know.lodge goes, at a range of 12, Dutch minister of tho Interior, n small tml8 sct form f exchange. The of stationary lightning across its sur- 000 yards, Th niioon Elizabeth's llf- - lias willed I shall drink. I have praybonus was given to each sewing wo- - commission is today the only Institu tee Inch guns will do little more than ed to the Lord, and he has gulden meIs restless, breathing rapidly, man who worked six hours per day for tion which Is doing n systematic bank- face. It up nt one point aud sinking at. If our Information is correct as ' I nm guilty, your honor. That Is nil." bubbling ,s Is the custom, several batitrra ing business across enemy lines. six days. to the velocity of the British fifteen down at another; throwing up sudden By degrees the commission has exgun the fourteen inch guns 011 crowdeil up to the bar. The work was rapidly extended to all fountains of scarlet molten lava that inch "Stand back, ollicers!" commanded the eleven provinces of Holland. Thirty-f- tended this exchange department of play a few minutes and subside, leav- the Pennsylvania will range a little our sewing classes were establish- Its organization, which has come to be ing shimmering farther than the Queen Elizabeth's fif- Justice Asplnwall. "This man is not mounds that gradually going to run away." ed within n few months. By April 1 the llfeblood of tho structure. It has lake, teen Inch gun. Tho Hatter trajectory more thnu 0,000 Belgian women anu Induced many well to do Belgians to settle to the level surface of the Wife Puts Hand In His. of the fourteen Inch gun gives It Inns they sink. girls, nnd some men, were producing ' pledge their credit for moneys handed turning brown nnd yellow probability of hitting In comMrs. White, pallid as he. but trem' As darkness comes, the colors on tho creased clothing needed by themselves nnd ovcr to the commission in gold, which parison with the fifteen Inch gun. bling less, stepped softly to her hus so their fellow refugees. Upward of COO In turn Is paid to them in Belgium lu lako groweyes. Intense that they almost "The Pennsylvania mounts twelve band's bide, slipped her arm through Is not only red; The lire sewing machines wero In use. guns to the Queen Elizabeth's eight his and put her hand In his. Weeping, paper. The commission also has ad- hurt the Lady Johnstone, wife of the British vanced money to the communal gov- It Is blue and purple nnd .orange and Therefore the volume of lire of our White bent over her and whispered: minister, personally visited many of ernments, taking their obligations green. Blue (lames shimmer and dart ship exceeds the volume of tiro of the "Helen, I'm guilty of all they've said pit, . 1.1 1. .n t .1 t .1 the classes nnd placed a fund of $2,000 uiereior, aim uy p.e.igniK me uu..Ku- - about the edges of the ,lf t,. hack and British ship by 50 per cent. . nbout me. I'm going to make a clean .....i,. nt the disposal of Baron vnn Tuyll for tlous abroad lias obtained further re- - masf) "Tlie navy department lias built nnd breast ot it." supplying nny little needs of the class- sources. Tho communes have been en- - tre(l , SuiWell fountains paint blood proved a sixteen inch gun superior to "I see you wear the button of tho m,at pIumo of sllIphllr 8IuoUo es. In addition she ordered 5,000 pairs nblcd In this manner to procure money both tho fifteen Inch nnd fourteen inch Mystic Shrine." said Justice Asplnof scissors from England. The class to pay communal ollleers, to maintain that rises constantly. lightso far as penetration of armor at wall, himself a member of the order. Sometimes the spurts at Tho Hague was under the personal tho schools and keep up municipal violent, so exaggerated of lava are ho ing range Is concerned. If the PennWhite bowed, and his hand went to by tlie night, supervision of the Princess de Llgne, works, sylvania were to be armed with tho thus enabling the Belgians to secretary of tho Belgian carry on tho details of civil govern - . lnat one draws back terrified lest some sixteen luch gun she could carry only tlie lapel of his coat any longer; I wife of tho have tom 0f their molten substance should "I can't wear this legation in Holland. ment and snvtng tho country rrom tne spatter over tho edge of the precipice eight ns against tho twelve fourteen-Inc- h disgraced it 1 strip myself of my guns now assigned her. If wo Mnsonlc emblem, for I am not fit to Men Urged to Qo Home. danger of anarchic conditions. Sometimes the wholo lake Is in motion. Ono phase of these operations arose Waves of fire toss and battle with each adopted the fifteen inch caliber wo wear it" Plans to develop work for tho men numIn tho tense sllenco of the court only lu tho camps were considered, but it in connection with a number of Bel- other and dash In clouds of bright ver would have to make a sacrifice In great was thought tho men should return to gian concerns, which, while they had milion spray against tho black sides of ber of guns as great or nearly as tho sobs of tho heartbroken wife, could their homes, where they could be em- resources abroad, .had exhausted their tho pit Sometimes ono of these sides as was done In the design of tho Queen bo heard. ployed cleaning up tho ruins, repairing local resources lu payment of work- falls In wltli a roar that echoes hack Elizabeth. "I havo been Impressed with tho sin"Counting volume of fire nnd proba- cerity and frankness of this man," said roads and dikes and cultivating their men or in disbursements to depositors. and forth, and mighty rocks are swalhitting, wo see that nt battlo tho Justice. "Before pronouncing sencrops, and In other ways making a A form of hardship had grown up lowed In the liquid mass of firo that bility of start toward rehabilitation. It was be- through the inability of such concerns closes ovcr them lu a whirlpool. Itko range tho number of blows delivered tence I would like to make an Investiby tho Pennsylvania In a given Umo gation. lieved tho harm done to the Belgians to make good their obligations to tie water ovcr a sinking ship. I would like to look up his Again everything is quiet; a thick will exceed those given by tho Queen record and also to hear from his friends, In Holland by reason of their idleness public, nnd persons who had believed outweighed any danger or harm which themselves well to do were being forc- scum forms over the surfaco of tho Elizabeth by 70 per cent Tho fifteen so I will postpone sentence." might como should they return home. ed to the bread lines through inability lake, dead, liko tho scum on the surfaco inch gun, It is stated, fires a shell White, a member of an excellent of a lonely forest pool. Then It shivweighing 1,020 pounds. Our fourteen Having got tha relief of the Belgians to draw money due them. family, has enjoyed for his own ers. Flashes of fire dart from side to inch shell weighs 1.100 pounds. Tho under way, the Rockefeller foundation Through tho operations of tho coma high reputation among those open, and a bursting effect of tho larger shell will sake s investigated tho needs of noncoinbat-ant- mission these concerns wcro enabled stdo. The center bursts with whom he lived nnd moved by Iu their report tho to hand ovcr in London nnd New huge fountain of lava twenty feet be greater, of course, but wo have lit- dny. But for his own confession of in Servia. fifty feet high streams Into tle doubt that tho destructive effect of commissioners say: York funds they possessed abroad, and thick and his doings nnd nssoclates at night his Tho peasants mako their own clothes. the commisslou in turn delivered pa- tho air and plays for several minutes, the burst of tho fourteen Inch shell will Hyde and Jekyll existence would not garments of most of the per moucy received from the salo of waves of blinding firo flowing out bo qulto sufficient for its task. No ono have been credited by his friends. Tho outer men consist of rough homespun, the food. Thus tho cycle of credit was' re- from It, dashing against tho sides until can doubt the advisability of delivering wool of which is undyed. Tho nation- established, and many thousands of tho black rocks aro starred all over seventeen hits to ten of tho enemy. RACING. al footwear is a sort of half sandal, persons wcro saved from tho bread with bits of scarlet. All sensations Added to nil of tho above, wo must GERMANY RESUMES ore submerged in n sense of awe. This recollect that the chance of having half moccasin, which was generally line. vision of tho earth building forces nt ship car- Ten Day Meet For $92,500 to Bo Hold made of rawhide until quite recently. Before this machinery wns set up work is a picture so overitowerlng thnt gunllro survlvo rests with tho Near Berlin. s shoe. tho greater number. rying It is not a manufactured practically tho whole populntlon was memory for all At a meeting of the Union club In "Now, if wo compare these guns at of tho undergarments for men dependent on tho world's charity, pa- It Is burned Into tho time. "Hawaii, Past and Present" range greater than battlo range or Berlin, the controlling body for horso and women aro homo woven. per money being of no avail. The nnnor piercing range and merely count racing in Oerniany, tho vice president Ono now sees plenty of peoplo going Initial appeals of tho commission, Only a Near Bed. tho ability to reach tho enemy's decks announced that permission bad beeu about covered with nothing but tho therefore, wero mndo on behalf of tho Ltttlo Lola (In berth of the sleeping or unnrmored parts wo find that tho received to reopen the rnce tracks, but raggedest rags. Tho Serviau reservists 7,000,000 of people. With tho success I want to go to bed! Pennsylvania's guus rnngo quite as far without the operation of betting maaro without uniforms aud can bo dis- of theso financial efforts, however, all tinguished from other peasants only by of the people still able to pay for their Mamma Why, you are in bed, dear. at a maximum as thoso of tho Queen chines. The first meet will begin at noppe their weapons or sometimes by a mili- food, wero niado self dependent, and Little Lola No, I'm not I'm on a big Elisabeth. Both guns rnngo further thnn they would havo nny hopo of hit- gartcn. near Berlin, May 24, and con-tlntary cap. char- shelf. Chicago News. the appeals of the commission for ten days. Seven races' will be ting n ship that is to say, over 21,000 If a refugee or soldier who has bad itable contributions were reduced to delay. It always Injures yards, or something ttko twelve land run each day. The purses will amount bed to sleep In nor change of those made on behalf of the absolutely Away with neither to $02,500. miles." clothes for weeks Is brought into a destitute. tbose who are prepared. Lucan. four-year-oI lf According to nil the rules of school geographies, n volcano ought to be situated on top of a mountain; It ought to throw out stones nnd aslies and molten Invn; Its crater should be lu tho shapo of an Inverted cone, mid should emit terrifying noises; periodically It ihould overwhelm a village of two. Kllaiiea, on the Island of Hawaii, conforms to none of those specifications. Was Respected Sales Manager by Day and, All Unknown to Wife, Who Remains Faithful, Was Associate of Robbers and Frequenter of Vile Dsns at Night. v : ... UN I 1 W?U 4t ' 1 ? I J 1 . ...,, Vix-gln- Nino-tenth- car)-Mnfn- ma, IRVINGTON HAT TlRE0 FEELING Feel Slug HISTORY IN RELICS There's a Wonderful Exhibit In the National Museum. COSTUME DISPLAY. The eighth of June will be clean up Do You Continually day at the M B. Church. Mrs. Waller Wilson, of McQuady, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson. The following people were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mr?. Frank Waggoner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs Jus. Uolln. Reba Hollo, Mrs. Addle Hrown, Misses Mary Brown, Nona Lyddan, Rose Alexander, Margaret Gibson and Roland Smith. The octhirty-fourt- h casion being Mr. Waggoner's gish, Disinterested? Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? If you do, It is probably caused by When the liver falls to A FAMOUS your liver. perform its functions properly, the AT THE OLD RELIABLE birthday. Miss Viola Lewis arrived from Ow ensboro Saturday to spend vacation at the home ol Miss 15 va Carrigan. Mrs. Horace McCoy and baby, of Stephensport, have been guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Julius Slppel. Miss Bvelyn King has returned from a visit to Miss Edna Herry, of Louisville. Mrs. A. T. Adklns and Carl Adklns spent Monday in West Point. Is in Leslie Jones, of I'ordsville, town. New Scales system becomes clogged with poisonous matter, that weighs you down mentally and physically. The liver gets out of order very easily, and If neglected, chronic trouDon't delay if ble usually results. you feel badly. You knowingly lay yourself open to life long pain, when you allow yourself to continue la a Cure yoursei: run down condition. quickly and harmlessly with the natural vegetable remedy, Liv Ver-LiIt has all the effectiveness, but not the ffect, of calomel. r Lax bears the like Genuine ness and signature of L. K. Grlg-b- y and is guaranteed to give satisfaction For or money refunded. Insist on it. sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. x. Liv-Ve- Besides Uniform! of National Heroee, There Are Nineteen Gownt of the Wives of Our Presidents, Beginning With Ono of Martha Washington. A recent renort on the United States Nntional museum gives an account of tho origin mid development of the division of history which will appeal to every American. Tho first building erected for tho National mu seum was not opened to tho public tin-- 1 til October, 1881, and from that dnto until the occupation of the now building, in June, 1911, It contained tho greater part of the exhibits. Since the opening of tho now building, however, tho nntural history collections have been removed there, leaving inoro space in tho older building for tho extension of the divisions of American history and arts nml Industries. The division was originally organized to illustrate the history of tho United States from colonial times by exhibiting such relics mid memorials of noteworthy personages and events mid tho domestic life of tho country as could be brought together into groups of objects representing the different periods. One striking feature in this connection is the unique American period costume collection of nineteen dresses belonging to the successive hostesses of the White House from tho time of Martha Washington to that of a recent administration. These costumes are so exhibited on lay figures as to bring out the full effects of the gowns, although no effort has been made to reproduce the faces of the ludivlduah. Several other dresses and n great number of accessories of apparel, Including shawls, shoes, hats and bonnets, gloves, handkerchiefs, combs, funs and jewelry, are nlso 011 display. Among the costumes and uniforms of American men shown nre n uniform and dress suit of George Washington, a court suit of General Thomas I'lncU-ne- Breckinridge Bank. Only PJtafW 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm Announcements STATE OFFICES DR.. W. B. TAYLOR-...PERMANENT... For Governor We are authorized to announce It. W. noswoiiTH as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of tlio I)fmo:ratlc Party, DENTIST flfflno Unnre 8 David Mattingly vs. L., H. & St. L.; have been installed in continued. the railroad yards. H. F. bhelman vs. same; continued. Mrs. Cordie Wallace, of Corbln, will Commonwealth vs. Sara Johnson for arrive this week to visit Mrs. W. N. selling vinous liquors; fined $200 In one Holt. case and J60 In another, and put under Mrs. lien lieauchamp, of Mystic, bond of $200 for a year. spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Forty-foquarts of whisky were de Beauchamp. stroyed in the court house yard Friday Miss Mary Alexander left Monday for by Sheriff A. T. Beard. Louisville to visit Miss Mary E. Alex ander. Correction Mr. and Mrs. lake Morrison have re- In account of the death notice of turned from Louisville. Mrs. Payne last week, thn name should week the citizens of our For the past have been Mrs. James N. Payne. town, business men and boys have been participating in Hying kites, boxing and playing tennis. GAR FIELDNE W S Miss Maggie Blanche Jolly and Overur AuruH f rlmary. We aro authorized to announce II. V. McCHESNEY of Frankfort. Ky.. as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary election, p. m. to 5 p. m. a. m.'to 12 M. Always In oOlcc during oOlco hours Inrlngton, Ky. August 7. 1015. are authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY as a caedldato for Governor of Kentucky subject to tliw action uf tho Ilsmocratlc Party Aurusi rrimary. Wc CORN AND HAY! either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us we will save If you need For Lieutenant-Governo- r aro authorized to announce JUllUfc JAMES D BLACK itariinrrtll,.. Kv.. as a candidate for or of Kentucky subject Llcuteuant-Goveto tho action ot the Democratic Party In Primary Election. August 1915. We ri you money. Wo For Circuit Court Clerk aro authorized to announce ton Blanlord, of Bewleyville, were In town Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Johnson entertained Friday evening. Miss Eva Payne will leave Friday to visit friends in Louisville. A number of young people were en tertalned at the home of Miss Jessye Brady Saturday evening. DrW. T. Vickers and daughter, Miss Hawsie Viewers, returned Satur day to their home in Madison, Ga., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vickers. Albert Moreman, of Brandenburg, has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L B. Moreman. Miss Helen Board has been visiting in Louisville. Alien Kincheloe, a prominent at tornev of Hurdinsburg, was In town S. II. PAYNE of Irvlncton, as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk or llreckennnco couniv. suujeii to tho action of tho Republican 1'ariy in Prl- mary ElcctioL, August, 1!'15. We are authorized to announce PAUL HASHAM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Brecken. tnu rluso county, sunjeci to me action 01 Au lienublloan party. Primary election. J. B. TAYLOR S Lewisport, Ky. POLAND CHINA GILTS Mr. and Mrs. Tony Penick Re Truman turn to Kentucky REGISTERED Tabor Sells Farm. Saturday. Woolfolk spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Frymire, of Miss Minnie Brandenburg. Rev. U. W. Graves, of Auburn, Ky., was in town last week en route to Rochester. N. Y., to attend General Assembly. Miss Kalherine Cox, of Guston, has been visiting Misses Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Moorman Hook. The bauli.s were closed Monday in ob servance of Memorial Day. Miss Mary Heron, of LouisvilltRev. Tom Wilson, of Louisville, has Constitution. spent the week end with her parents been visiting in our midst for several The war of 1S12 and the Mexican Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron. days. He preached at the Presbyterian war nre represented by many swords, nlstol.s. guns, medals, lings, uniforms Dr. K. A Lex has returned from church here Sunday. belonging to mili of Rough. children, who have and accoutennents Falls Mrs. Dodson and tary and naval officers, among whom been visiting Mrs. Charlie Barns for are Generals Brown, Ripley. Shields, Greatly Benefited by Chamber the past week, have returned home. Mngruder, Tail!, Morgan, Browne of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Penick, who have the United States army, and Captain lain's Liniment. been living in Oklahoma for several Lawrence, U. S. X. One of the most "I have used Chamberlain's Liniment years, have come back to Kentucky on valued possessions of tho museum is for sprains, bruises and rheumatic occouut of Mr. Penick's health. They the star spangled banner of Port Mc Henry, tho Inspiration or Key s lni pains, and tho great benefit I have re will make their home here. mortal verses. This historic Hag has ccived justifies my recommending it in Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and children, repaired by an elabo backed the highest terms," writes Mrs. Flor- Mrs. Franklin Smith and Miss Pearl been process, and which Insures Its pcrma rate ence Slifc, Wabash, Ind. It you arc Mattingly were guests of Mrs. J. W. nent preservation. troubled with rheumatic pains you will Marr Wednesday. Associated with the civil war are certainly be pleased with the prompt mementos of many well Will Gregory and children who memorials and Mrs. relief which Chamberlain's Liniment Lincoln, Grant, Americans known have been in Hardinsburg for the Lee, Sherman, Custer, Pooto and many affords. Obtainable everywhere. school term, have moved to their farm others prominent In that great strug for the summer. gle. The extensive Grant collection, Circuit Court Proceedings On account of the continued rains occupying four cases, is especially in The May term of the Breckenrldg farmers are getting behind with their teresting. Among other prominent otllcers re Circuit Court closed last Friday. It has work. Some are not through planting called by vnrlous mementos nro Mabeen a busy term for two weeks. Many corn. Mrs. Mattie Dowell entertained to comb. Haucock. Decatur, Perry, Bid cases disposed of and the docket cleared dinner Sunday in honor ol her sister die. Porter, Farragut, Wilkes, Phillips, right up to date. As usual there were and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tonie Maury, Rogers and Meigs a number of cases against the railroad Penick. of Oklahoma, the following: Xowcomb, The historical development in sclenco were all disposed of. Following Mr. and Mrs. Tonie Penick, Mr. and Is shown by several Individual exhib these Mrs. June Woods and family, of High are some of the most Important cases Plains; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods and its Illustrating the work of Henry, Austin Pate vs. L., H. & St. L. for Miss Cora Woods, ot Louisville. Morse, Field, Langley, Francis. Bache. $1,000 damages to farm; jury verdict Morton, Wharton and Balrd, but most for $70. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head of the scientific apparatus is Included ol its tonic anil laiatlve effect, LAXA-T- I In tho division of mechanical technol G. B. Bryant vs. same, $500 damages Drcauir VH I1KOMO QUININU li belter than ordinary and does not cauie nervousness nor ogy. for not running train into Falls of Quinine In bead. Remember the lull name ana unginK found for defendant. look lor (be signature ol U. W. UKOVli. lie. Rough; jury A Difference. "I thought they didn't allow waiters Carlos Mattingly vs. same, $6,000 for Hard to Understand. to take tins lu this restaurant?" said injury to eye; jury found for defendant Arnold Daly Bays that once, when the lawyer at the table. $5,001 fo Forrest B. Moad vs. same, ho was talking to Bernard Shaw, tho "Vo don't, sir," replied tho waiter. injury on haud car; dismissed. latter admonished him, "If you wish to "I saw that ninn nt the next table Eugene Lee vs. same, $5, 000 for per get on In tho world never tnUo any clvo you a tip Just now." body's udvlcc." "No. sir. that was not a tip, sir; that sonal injury; dismissed. "This," said Daly, "resolved Itself was a retainer." YonUors Statesman. J, II. Glasscock vs. same, hurt on Into a paradox, for If I took Mr. train, asked $15,000; settled out of court Shaw's ndvico I was taking some The Key Ring. for $500. body's advice, and If I took someTho key ring symbolizes tho old ens Meyer vs. Meador. on open account body's ndvico then I should never get torn of handing over tho keys of tho for $132.8), seventeen years standing on, yet If I didn't tnko Mr. Shaw's ad bouso to tho woman. This was more vlco I shouldn't get on, and well, often a design used for tho wedding jury found for plaintiff. came to tho conclusion that Bernard ring and occasionally for tho betrothal. special term wilt be Bhaw was ono of thoso people whom, Hart vs. Dowell; called to try this action. as Lord Dundreary says, 'no feller can Forgiveness Is better than revenge. Son. understand.' Plttacus. Brodle vs. Jarboe; dismissed. I 1 Miss Bessie B. Weatherford, from Harned, was the week end guest of her aunt, Miss Nannie Uoanl. Truman Tabor has sold his farm to l.0j0, and will Kmmett Horsley for give possession the first of the year. tions, now include some 100 objects. Tom Gray has fitted up rooms in his Historical furniture which nt ono store and has moveu into tnem. .Mr. time or another was the property of and Mrs. James Harrison have moved men of national importance Lafayette, Ganse-voor- t, into the house vacated by Mr. and Mis. Jefferson, Putnam, Hamilton. Cooper and others Is displayed. iray. Colonial relics deposited by the naMiss Pauline Compton, of Hardins- - tional society of the Colonial Dames of burg, is visiting relatives here. America 1111 two largo cases. by The printing press used In 1725-2Mr. and Mis. Virgil Smith and Mn, printer In James, were guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Benjamin Franklin when Loudon Is specially Interesting on acJames McCoy at Harned Sunday. count of Its connection with this noted Ouite a crowd from here attended statesman, 11s well as Its historical Imthe sale at Able GillingwaterS Satur- - j portance as regards the development of tho science of printing. day. Models of live sailing vessels con George Day and family have moved nected with tho discovery and early to Cloverport. history of the United States represent Dr. R. W. Meador and sister, Miss n viking ship, such as the Norsemen Emma Meador, have gone to Louis- - used in their supposed early visits to ville to meet their sister, Miss Esther this continent In nbout 1000 A. D. Meador, who has been attending school the Santa Maria, llngshlp of Columbus; in Ru'sellville. They will be guests of the Susan Constant, which brought to relatives there several days before re- the first permanent English colony pil America; the Mayflower of the turning to their home in Custer. grims and the United States frigate 11 . 1915. the court dress and other attire of gust". For Representative. James Monroe and the uniform coat of General Andrew Jackson, worn at tho We are aulLorized to announce battle of New Orleans. II. A. CANNON. Many memorials and relics of Georgo f Madrid. Ilreckenridae county, as a candi Washington were purchased from the date for Uepresentntlve. subject to the acLewis heirs and deposited In the mu- tion of tho Itepuhlican party, in Primary ,. seum In 1S7S. which, with sundry addi- Klectlon SMiuruay. August Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grand- son 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. Wo aro authorized to annonnce G. A. WUIOIIT, McOuady. ltrecuenridgo county, as a can didate for ftepresentatlvc. subject to the ac tion or mo ltepnniiean party, in Election Saturday. August.. Wo Making a Corn Crop That Pays. (J. II. BLYTHB.) lands, pack and become hard; then the cultivator shovels must be let down and loosen the ground; then, the shallow cultivation may again be taken up. A cultivation each eight or ten days Is r le flnlali- until flip j .1 . we go mrougn our ea. jvouut mis a! nuia corn with hoes and finish the thinnlngap takine' out puny stalks and anv weeds'' or grass that escaped during the culti vation. Should a Western farmer read this article, my allusion to the hoe may provoke a smile, but 1 care not whether It be of pity or derision so long as I know it pays; and aside from that there is a glow of satisfaction arising from having performed aright your labors. As to the test for (Termination of seed corn. I have only tested by placing corn In the beds where I grow early plants under glass. I have no trouble getting stands for corn. I select my seed corn in the fall while gathering corn and keep in dry place, but not in the light boxes or barrels. nating. I am growing a white dent, the seed of rules for which I purchased of a reliable seedsThere can be no iron-clathe cultivation of corn; diversity of man twenty years ago, and It Is better reasons and a greater diversity of corn today than It was at that time. soils renders such a value impractica In the use of commercial fertilizers my custom is to run 150 or 200 pounds ble. It is at this point the advocates of per acre of fertilizer showing-- a high wax per cent of available phosphoric acid deep and shallow cultivation from the wheat drill at the time of loud and long in their discussions both right at times and botn wrong preparing the seed bed and another 56 when they persist In following one or 6U pounds in the corn row, when method to the exclusion of the other. planting. Another method that has A farmer may, by deep cultivation, proven good Is to run 2OO or 250 pounds produce forty bushels ot corn per acre, per acre with wheat; this insures a while another In the same neighbor good crop and the fertilizer is a splen hood may produce the same quantity did feeder of a succeeding crop of corn through shallow, cultivation, while had at which time the 50 or 00 pounds alone they reversed the operation and each is used with this crop of corn. I never employed the tactics of the other both use commercial fertilizer when using may have proven failures. farm manure on corn land. I trust I have made this point plain, W madj forty bushels of corn par because such conditions frequently ex acre last season notwithstanding the 1st. I suppose that it is true In the fact that people were discussing the vast expanse of level lands In the famine that was sure to follow the A famine may West a uniform system of cultivation drouth, "then on." may be pursued, but it will not work In come but it Is not best to remain optithis section of Kentucky where we mistic and pursue the even tenor of upland, creek-bottoour way, and though the rain be with, have slde-htlall within the scope of held for days, before all Is lost, the and clouds will gather and the gentle rain vision. It is time to begin cultivating my descend. And when It Is past we may corn when five or six inches high. If look to the blue vault of heaven and the rainfall has been light, the one behold the glorious rainbow of promise, horse harrow or sprlng.tooth cultivator and know that He still rules the Uni or bull tongues on the cultivator (as verse, "Who covereth the heaven many as can be attached) any of these tools will make a mulch of the surface mil ilia vv uu iiiiaaumi vaa it i uea at I soil, destroy young weeds and conserve upon the mountains," Ureckenrldge county, Ky. moisture. Iiut in the event of hard Infllami Wrmmr ? and extended rainfall, many of our aillYl.-ifnfI l, river-botto- are authorized to announce LOGAN IIICKKItSCN We cannot indulge in glittering gen Hell. Ilreckeiirldgo county, as a candidate tor- Itepresentallve, suhjft to the eralities in treating the subject of action or tliu icepuimcan party, in rrimary growing corn. Upon one thing, how Election Saturday. August 7. litis. ever, we can an agree a gooa seeu bed. My Ideal plot for corn is a field DR. B. of sod. In the fall or early winter give Specialist on a generous coating of stable manure RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION manure and plow deep. Six or eight Mall Also By Treats Chronic Diseases. inches deep plowing, conserves moisLouisvilee, Ky. 462 5th St. ture and reduces erosion to the mini 2 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. mum. When In March the ground dries to the working stage, disk and drag until you have a fine seed bed. When conditions are typical the last of April FIGHTING GASES or early May the corn is planted. I If my land will Respirator as Worn prefer the check-sowSoldiers. admit of Its use as the cultivation can by British be nearer the ideal. When planted lei alone until the corn is four or five Inches high, unless there should be a bard rain soon after planting In which event the tooth harrow is used to break the crust and let the corn come through. The harrowaBBBBBBHBalBVBBBBBBBB ing also lines the soil and destroys j grass and weeds that may be germi-- j ot Hazel T. RAFFERTY 1 m- SaSaHP KVv 1 fcfci(itoc'i':-- iff sfll.l.1111111111111 MHVKVSaHsasBliH Fhoto by American Press Association. London, May 17. The deadly gases of tho Germans are not so effective now In tho European war. In tho accompanying illustration is shown a British soldier equipped with a nose guard to protect him from tho terrible' odors that follow tho oxploslon of ono of the German bombs. It Is declared that this device has been very successful in overcoming tho otherwise fatal effect ot tho gases. 156 Killed In Railroad" Accident. London, May 24. There were 158 persons Wiled in a railroad accident Doar Carlisle Saturday, according to official estimates Just made. Of this hare been number only olghty-nlnIdentified, so badly were many of the bodies charred In tbo resulting flames. In all there were about three o hundred persons Injured. 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