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The Breckenridge news: March 1, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916030101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 1, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $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 VOL. XL KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS IE In This City THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 1, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH Mrs. Jas. Willhoit Dies at Lodiburg. Delivered Sunday Evening By 1916. 8 Pages No. 35 Tuesday Mrs. Jas. Wfllhoit, daughter of the late lien Mncy, deceased, passed away nt her home in I.odlburg Saturday, FebruAt years. Evening. ary 36, at the age of forty-fou- r er .Mrs Willhoit was a devoted and active In the work of the Ilaptist church. She was an indulgent parent, n loving mother and n good neighbor, making n neighborhood better for her having lived in it.- - She is survived by E. A Distinctive Reason What is the chief reason for the superiority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Rcyal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. E. Clark, Refugee From Mex- M any Attendance Visitors and a Bountiful Sup- Large per Spread. MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA. her husband, three dniightcrs, two sis' ters and two brothers. The funeral services were conducted The annual banquet of the Knlgh's Sunday by the Rev. I. C. Argabright, of Pythias of Cloverport was celebratwith interment in the Walnut Grove ed Tuesday evening at the Masonic cemetery. Hall. The lodge made quite elaborate Buys Confectionary. arrangements to take care of the visiting brethren and families from adjoin W L. Arnold has purchased the con Ing towns fectionary nnd bikery belonging to The crowd began to assemble at an Austin Bsavin His daughter, Miss early hour and after the picture show Btrssye Arnold, and .son, Conley Arnold, was over the patrons from there filled will have charge of the business. the hail. One of the features of the evening was the splendid music furn Paying the Penalty. ished by the orchestra. Mr. Emmett Edmondson, the ChanSheriff A. T. Beard took Roosevelt cellor Commander of Breckenridge Robinson, colored, to the House of Lodge, No. 61, was master of cereHis deputy, Carman and monies for his lodge, and anyone D. H. Smith, took Dustin Stiles to knowing "Emmett" will know that sentenced from 2 to 10 years this position could not have been filled for housebreaking, and Virgil Hawkins, to better advantage than It was by 2 to 5 years for forgery. him. Jesse Carman brought in Nolice The supper committee, consisting of White, living near Big Spring, charged Mr. Henry Yeager, Mr. J. M. Gregory with shooting John Butler, coloied. He and Prof. J. R. McCoy, certainly are is in jail. His trial is set for Tuesday, to be congratulated for the splendid March 7. Four by them. supper arranged There are now nintteen prisoners in courses were served. jail. The guests and members departed at a late hour, having spent a very en Dr. H. J. Beard Endorsed. joyable evening. Ri-fore, For State Committeeman. Home Talent. Entertainment .Au- spices Missionary Society Of the Baptist Church. On Monday nigiit, March 6th, at The American Theater the comedy. "Scenes In a Hooking Bureau" will be presented with a cast of 25 characters, "Cloverport Talent " The play is a scene in a Chautauqua Agency and is very interMiss Critchfield, esting and humorous under whose direction the play will be given, will be remembered in the "District School, which she directed several years ago with good success. Youngest Tobacco Picker in Breckenridge County. Walter Stone, of Fordsville, has been p'eking and packing tobacco for Ben Clarkson, ot Gien Dean and Fordsville. Mr. Stone is one of the fastest tobacco men in Breckenridge county, nUo one of the youngest, btlng only twerty-on- e years of age. Calhoun, Ky , Feb. 26. A large crowd of Republicans assembled today for the county mass convention to select delegates to the district convention to be held in Henderson Monday afternoon s Thirteen delegate! and as many to vote a half vote each in the convention. Dr H. J Heard was unani" mously endorsed for district committeeman for the Second district. No further instructions were given the dele gates. At the same time the district de'e-gatwere chosen the county organization was formed, as this right was conferred in the call, to those counties which desired to do so. Capt. W. G. Hoaglaud was chosen as chairman, II. D. Laudrum was e ected secretary aud C. L. Atchison was elected treasurer for the No resolutions of county organization. any kind were adopted, but several speeches were made advocating Republican principles and censuring Democratic administrations, both state aud O wensboro Messenger. national. alter-nate- es Fiscal Court. The Fiscal Court met Monday and decided to apply for $3,000 State aid money to be used as the court and State department may determine. Large Crowd Greets J. Paul Smith, Impersonator. A large and appreciative audience greeted the distinguished impersonator, G. Paul Smith, in his marvelous protean entertainment at the American Theater Monday evening. Mr. Smith is u very logical illustrator, interspersing his program with just enough humor to keep the crowd in good spirits. Sheep Money Here. County Clerk C. V. Robertson says the sheep money is in his hands ready for distribution. All persons having claims please call and get their checks. The amount is $6S0 40. location. Mr. B. K. Clark, a refugee from Mexico, delivered nn Interesting address at the Cloverport Methodist church Sunday evening on "Conditions ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. in Mexico Heglnning With the Revolution of 11110." Mr. Clark was for 13 Hardinsburg, Feb. 28 (Special ) years n business man in Mexico, aud The Republicans of Breckenridge Coun- was able to tell of things' which he had ty held n mass convention at Hardins- himself witnessed. burg Saturday February 26th, 1916 His personal recollections aud descrip The purpose of the convention was to tions of Madero, Villa and Cnrranza select delegates to the District Convenwere striking. The life of the Mexican Elizabeth-tow- n tion, which is to be held at peon and his home were portrayed by on February 29th, and the State the speaker. Some interesting expc Convention to be held at Louisville on rieices connected with the sacking of March 1st, 1916. Torreon by Villa nnd his soldiers were On motion of Jns T. Basham, the narrated. Hon. Chas. Blanford, of Iiewleyville, Toward the latter part of his address was elected chairman and John D. Shaw Mr. Clark asked the audience to stand was elected secretary of the convention. and sing Rock of Ages, after which he The Hon. Sherman Ball, John X. told of the missionary work as he had Akers and S B. Payne were named as a seen it carried on. A striking commenCommittee on Resolutions and they retary on moneymad Americans was ported the following: given when the speaker told how the from Resolved, That the delegates majority of the American colonists took Breckenridge county go to the District no interest In the missionary work Conventions uniustructed, exand State which was going on around them In the cept that they cast their votes for the new land of their adoption. The speakHon. John P. Haswell, Jr., for State er described a peon boy who had been Central Committeeman; that they cast converted in one of the missions and their votes for Prof. G H. Baird, of was a faithful Christian. from the for alternate delegate Inclosing Mr. Clark declared intent e and that it be resolved perance and lust for gold to be the unthat the Republicans of Breckenridge derlying causes for the revolutionary county indorse the course of our Repreconditions in Mexico. American busl sentative, Henry A. Cannon, in the ness men must bear much of the represent General Assembly of Kentucky. sponsibility. The delegates selected were: W J. Piggott. D. C. Heron, S. B Payne, Chas. Blanford, Jas. T. Basham, R M. Cart, C W. Moorman, Marion Weather-hol- t, J. M. Fitch, Chas W Dean, H A. Whittiughill, Jesse Carman, Pete Butler, Miss Harriett Dhonau Dies MonHenry A. Cannon, Jno. P Haswell, H. M. Beard, A. T. Beard, W. S Ball, W. day Afternoon of Hemorhage E. Henuinger, John D. Shaw, D. D of the Brain Funeral Held Dowell, John N. Akers, G B Cunningham, A. R Kincheloe, Luke B. Reeves Wednesday. and R. I, Oelze. Alternates: G. D. Shellman, C. E. Miss Harriett Dhonau, of this city, Haswell, Jas. Hottell, G. II Baird, W. N. Piles, George Miller, Pal Garner, died suddenly Monday aftertoon, FebHardee Ball, G A Wright, W C. Pate, ruary 2S, of hemorhage of the brain. George Royalty, Mack H. Quiggins, She was on her way to her sister's, Robert Weatherford, J R. Meador, J. B. Mrs. Mike Hamman, preparing for a Randall, Tide Adkius, John Stinnett, trip to Evansville to see her brother, Mat Johnson, Sr., William Bowman, P. who is very ill, when she was suddenly M. L'asham, Dr II E Royalty, I.ottis stricken, ding shortly after being reLucas, Harry Bates, J. W. Hufliucs nnd moved to her sister's, home. Miss Dhonau was born at Rome. Ind., Gabe Dowell The meeting was enthusiastic aud and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. harmonious aud all present predicted a Peter Dhonau, natives ot Prussia, who great Republican victory in November. came to this country in 1870 In 1S9D she moved from Rome, hid., to this city, spending the greater part ot her Adds Soda Fountain. life in this community. She was a member of the I'resbv terian church and Dr.-E- . M. Wedding has added a suda was never found wanting in courage to fountain to his drug tore. Jess Hall serve her Christian duties. She is survived by five sisters, namehas been employed as, Helper. Mr. Wedding is an energetic young busi- 1: Mrs. Wm. Sanders, Mrs. Mike Ham- man, of this place; Mrs Chas. Fuelu, ness man and is sure to make good. of Tell Cit; Mrs. Lizzie Dick, of Ger man, Ind , and one brother, Albert Sold Farm For $2,000. Dhonau, of Kvansville The funeral st rvices were conducted Sylvester Baker has told his farm near Harned to Frank Compton for Wednesday afternoon from the i'resbj by the Rev. Mr. Reevej, $'1,000, and gone to Illinois to find a terian church of Irvington. Interment In the Clover Tor-reoy, State-At-Larg- Hardinsburg Saturday For Purpose of Selecting Delegates to District Convention and State Convention. ico, on the Condition in That Stricken Country. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York GRAND JURY'S REPORT. To Hon. J. R. Wc, the giand Judge Breckinridge Circuit Court: jury, respectfully report that we have con- diesIIeIy. cluded our work, having examined the county jail and puhlic property and find same in good condition. We have returned 197 indicttnentti, and attachments should issue for all persons subpoeancd, who have failed to appear, as per attached list. We caused processes to he issued and served on each and every witness before the Examining Court, and every one that was suggested to us by any person, in the cases held over from the County Court, cnvolving election frauds, and returned indictments where wc felt the law and facts justified. We heard seventy-livor mote witnesses, in an effort to ascertain who mutilated the ballots in the two or three precincts tit the last November election. We concluded that the same person stamped them all, at the ?ame time and place, and same was not done in tho various precincts. We had the printer of the ballots, the County Clerk, and deputies, the persons who delivered them, and the olliccrs who received in the precincts, before us, and all other suggested witnesses. We ate wholly unablo to determine, when, where, and how the mutilation occurred and all persons who had connection with the ballots officially ato exonerated, except as to negligence, if anv thero was on their part. The shooting at the Courthouse occurred as the result of excittnent, d by the discovering of a guard in the Clerk's otlico and accident on the part of one of those seeking the identity of the person or persons in the Courthouse, and tho?e connected therewith are exonerated. Tho newspaper reports have exaggerated what did occur and notto of the mitigating circumstances or explanations have been published. However, we have meant hereby to end an era of politics, in all parties, based on the wrong system, and to give timely warning of tho proposed ending of election corruption and irregularities in Breckinridge County, and wo ask that this report bo published, and for the support of the citizens of our county, irrespective of politics, in our purposes indicated. , .. II .111 ucspecuuiiy suomitteu, I'cnruary L'z, l'.iui. Jas. A. Dean, Foreman. Austin Arms. Z. T. Stith. John N. Akers, Clerk Jno. Lyddan. liichard McAfee. G. I). Beard. Albin H. Withers. Joe Glasscock. A. N. Skillman. e ocea-ioneI 1 tt . D. Hale. port cemetery. Ilenrv Dellavcn Moorman, Commonwealth's Att'y., 0th District. A copy attest: P. L. Davis. II. C. Murray, IRVINGTON PHARMACY- - HARDINSBURG PHARMACY Cattle and Hogs. Harry Nrrtonand Thos Lyddan were on the Louisville market last Monday with a car load ot cows. They nold at 5 to 6yi cents. Prices very satisfactory Steers, they said, were selling off, and the market draggy. Top hogs $3 75. County Attorney, Breckinridge County. P. M. Basham, Clerk Breckinridge Circuit Court. "The Drug Stores That Saves You Money WATCH US GROW SAL-VE- FEED YOUR HOGS, CATTLE and HORSES Drugs, Medicines, Kodak Supplies, Etc. Sent to you by Parcel Post the same day order is received . T and WATCH THEM IMPROVE VETERINARY We are Agents for EASTMAN KODAK SAL-VE- NEEDS or ,r;ng us vour Aged Woman Dies. Mrs. Letitia Brickey, aged eighty-fivdied at her home near Hardinsburg Friday morning after a lingering illness She is survived by of several years. several children and grandchildren, The funeral was held Saturday aud her body was laid to rest in the llrickey graveyard. e, ave em AGENTS! genj order Let us do your Printing, Developing and enlarging Baby Foods and Supplies very important feature that should be considered by mothers in huying baby foods U, be sure they are fresh. We Insukk all these goods as to freshness. A all work guaranteed Anybody can Kodak with an Eastman Guaranteed Rubber Goods See our line of Water Pottles, Foun-j"lt-'iiawnert- Complete Line of Stationery Box Paper 5c to 50c Scratchpads Writing Pads Cc to 25c, Ledgers, Note Books, Ulbles, ments, etc. Crepe uirth Announcements, Tally Cards. p0st Cards, Crepe Paper all colors, Napkins, Receipt Hooks, - 'V" etc- - e purchas- - iesta ve are agents for the famous Smithsonia and New York Elastic Trusses. Let us fli you. Guaran- te d Matlsfaetion. Come in our store when in town and Many a tooth has a gold crown, which is more than its owner will ever have. Mr. T. K, Williams, secretary of the K, 15. A., Louisville, were out to render their decision the orchestra played a beautiful air. Mr. Holland said the judges decided Held at Hardinsburg Friday. unanimously in favor of Mr. Raymond Raymond Jenkins, of Eliza Jenkins nnd presented Mr. Jenkins with bethtown Is Winner of Contest the medal. IJach one of the contestants did well aud showed that they had spent time and thought on their subjects. Hardinsburg, Feb. 27. (Special. ) Fordsville High School and our Coun Friday evening at the City Hall a large ty High School gave a number ot yells and appreciative audience gathered to aud sang songs. l'ifty-fou- r came "up from l'ordsville hear the orations. The Hardinsburg orchestra played aud the train was held over for them. first. Mr. Orian Starks, of llrandenburg, Meade County Couple was the first speaker, his subject being, 0RAT0RICAL CONTEST "Hyes That See." Miss Jessie Hudson sang a solo. Mr. Hoober Neal, of Fordsville, discussed "Man's Problems and Progress. " Vocal solo, Mrs. J. I). Shaw. Mr. Hob'ert Shellman, of Hardinsburg, was the third speaker and his subject was "Dialing the Trail," Solo, Mrs. Russell Compton. The last speaker, Mr, Raymond Jenkins, of KlUabethtown, discussed "The Expansion of the Tuetouic Race," While the judges, Mr. Reuben Miller Holland, of Owensboro, Mr, Walters aud Gives Friends Surprise. Loses Valuable Cows. Mrs. Oliver Shellman, living near Stephensport, lost a Jersey heifer valued at $75. and a reU cow worth 150, from eating tubacco. They btoke iuto the tobacco barn and ate tobacco leaves and died almost instantly. A full line of Imported and Domestic Toilet Waters and Sachet Powders let us show you these articles TALCUMS 11 18 Miss Virginia Lee Cole and Mr. Wra N. Ellsworth, of llrandenburg, were married in Louisville Wednesday even better to have your Prescrip- - FACE POWDERS Ptvers (AinV), Dear Kiss, Rogert & Gallets, Colgates Sii;'. Sqiilbbs, WISH you KM. U, your Mall Menn.n., WlllUmeVwiloni. (lib 1B0) PSend OrderT Try US and many others. Satisfaction Guaranteed. dala'a, Pace Leaves, Dorln Rouge. Roger & Qallet. V.lveoa. M.ry Stuart, Nadlne, Daggett & Roms- - Menguel (Plvers). Melba, Carmen, Woodoury's, Freeman', Zephyr, Henry C. Hallock, vice president aud director of the largest milk concern in the world, started as a milk wagon driver. ing, February 23, at the residence ol the Rev. Aqullla Webb. The wedding came as a surprise to their friends in llrandenburg, as no one knew of their plans. Mr. Ellsworth is city attorney Immediately after for llrandenburg. the wedding they left for a trip in thu East. 1 preparedness! prepareanessis Are you in favor of preparedness? If you are, we are going to offer to you a way whereby you may prepare for the coming season by offering for your inspection the largest and best line of Hardware, Farm Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Automobiles and Auto Accessories, Oliver Chill Walking and Riding Plows, Brown, Buckeye, Oliver & Brown, Manly Walking and Riding Cultivators and Disc Harrows. Also Building Material of every description, viz: Finishing Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, Porch Columns, Doors, Windows, Laths, Plaster, Cement, Lime and Salt. American Field and Poultry Fence in all heights, Field and Garden Seeds in bulk and in packages. Also Paints, Varnishes and a small amount of Paris Green. A new line of Furniture, Carpets, Mattings' and Lenolieums, at prices that will interest all fair and conservative buyers. Come to sec us, and zve will take pride in showing you through our stock. 1 1 1 1 era Ipvington Hardware and Implement Company, K J. Stall man nnd C. L Manning were in Derby, Ind , Saturday on bttsi Mesi la mius. R. A. Crnler and A. T. ness. Adkius note in Louisville Friday to sec J I). Cunningham and son, Hill, were 'The Ilirth of a Nation." j in Reno, I ml., few dajs last week with John Waller, of Ilopkinsvillc has his son, Joe. j been the guest of Mr and Mrs J The Hall at Chettault school Saturday I night was of a small llerndun. attendance on ac A little son nrrhi-rat the home of count of bad weather and sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphins Springate on Stallmau Ilros. sold to Porter and the 22inl (leorge Washington Springate. French, Owelisboro, last week, four S II. I'aynennd W.J. 1'iggott were in head of fine mules. Ilardinsburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Higgs entertained Rank Foolishness. Rev. T. J Wade and Mrs. Wade and You occasionally see it stated that llro. Chappcll at dinner Sunday. colds do not result from cold weather Mrs. I, on- Bishop and children .spent That is rank foolishness Wert: it week-enin Cloverport. the true colds would be prevalent In midMrs. A. T. Drane will (jo to I.ouisvil'e summer as in midwinter. The miWednesday to visit Mrs. Thos Dowell. crobe that causes colds flourishes in To tret rid of a1 I'aiil Wilson visited a friend at Ilar- damp, cold weather cold take Chamberlain's Cough Rem-dinsburg Sunday. Miss Julia Lyons returned to Louis- edy. It is effectual and highly recom-- ' ville Tuesday to resume her music mended by people who have used it fur .studies, having spent a week with her many years as occasion required, and Obtainable) evknow its real value. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons. l i . d 8 IRVINGTON. week if 0UT0FA Lot of TURNIP Apparently People Think it Can be Done. ''You can't squeeze blood out of a turnip." This Is absolutely true, but a lot of people evidently don't believe It. You can't expect nervous, run down men and women to be cheery, normal f beings. Tney don't get out of life that they deserve. Hut a lot of people expect it of them. In jvery community then are a Ie gion of these men and women. Not really sick, perhaps, but affected with a nervous, debilitated condition so that one-hal- 0 ACT PROMPTLY LL persons indebted to they imagine countless wrong witn them things are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ilrite spcnt.Tues-da- y in Louisville, Mrs. Adilie 1'rouu leaves Wednesday for Louisville to visit Mrs. Walker lirown. Mr ami Mrs J. C. Cruteher, Webster, attended services at the M. Ii. Church Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ilcrudou. Mrs. A T. Adkins entertained R. A. Crider, Joe Mattiugly and Miss Kiiima Lou Moorman at i 6 o'clock dinner Saturday. Miss Ussie Kendall, Webster, is the guests of Mrs. Chas, Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles and Miss Grace Miles visited in I'onlsville last week. Those fium a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Miranda Adkisson Sunday: Mrs. Joe Trent, Ilardinsburg; Mr mid Mrs I'M Adkisson, Mrs Harris, Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dowell, Mes-dam- erywhere. GLEN DEAN. Tney have frequeut headaches, are sluggish In uiind and in body and they haven't enough real energy to make them In even the little things of life. They haven't enough rich, red blood to ' nour is their bodies. self-relia1 Mr Ileuuett, of Ileudenoii county, spent the week end with his sou C. A. Ileuuett. J T. Jones went to I'onlsville Satur- day to attend the funeral of his uncle, M. L Jones, who died Friday of la grippe at the age 83 years Dr. R T Dempster recently visited his daughters at Georgetown. Howard Powell has gone to Dexter, Iowa, where he is engaged in farming. Never can tell when you'll mash a linger or suffer a cut. bruise, burn or scald. He prepared Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Kclectic Oil. Your druggist sells it. 'i$z and .iOc. (UStOII. Cloverport Colored School. In the administration of any school system, certain great fundamental ends should be kept ill mind continuously. The four specific points to be remembered are: Health, conduct, livelihood anil appreciation. It has beeiihny good fortune to visit recently in the capacity of visitor for the colored school of and it was very forcibly Cloverport brought to my mind that these principles are being dwelt upon there in such a way as to arouse the admiration of any one who comes in contact witli the intelligent ami striving pupils and the capable and conscientious principal, S. 15. Dean, and the worthy assistant, Rosa L Green. These four principles that I have just mentioned were the essential points worked upon by the teachers in com-mand Any community .should feel itself nauereu uy Having 111 us inmsi iwo per- sons who are putting every ellort to the utmost 10 i.riiig nnout i.etter conditions. .1 " their great undertaking, but I a,., proud n V4it itiiijuiii) Hi ntij linn iwi; in h; what is being done for better citizenship The thinking people, those whose ideals stand for something, those who . Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks Earlier. lot of hogs on feed two or three wtoks qiiu klv and actually eat less than others. If all would fatten Inevir Their vital organs are congested. They need something to speed up their assimilation to a normal state, some to bring back old vitality, and a cheery view of life. l They need something that crntains the right nerve food, tonic Invigorator. and appetizer which will awake their sleeping energies. Tanlac is designed especially to meet these conditions. For the relief of! stomach, kidney and liver ailments and catarrhal affections of the mucous ' membrances it is believed to be with- -' out an equal. It fortllies one to bet ter encounter fatigue, exposure and the dally grind of life. Tanlac has won the greatest sue- cess ever scored by a medicine. It1 could not have done so without superlative merit. As the proof of the pudding Is in the eating, so is the proof of Tanlac In the taking. ianlac now may be obtained in Cloverport, ICy., at the Wedding Drug Store where it Is being personally introduced and explalnea. Robertson & Beard, either by note or on account, will please come forward and settle before the 10th day of March This partnership must be settled up at once. All claims not paid by that date will be placed in the hands of our attorney for collection V ROBERTSON & BEARD March 1st, 1916. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taberling are being congratulated on the arrival of boy babies In each of their homes. Arthur Daugherty spent Mcnday Per C. V. ROBERTSON like these, the entire drcve uoulil be ready for the market six weeks earlier and to save six weeks feed is an item that you fully understand. The hog that fattens easily must be in prune physical condition. The 11. A. Thomas Hug Powder is a condi tioner for hues. It keeps their system clean and healthy anil enables them to fatten quickly without falling a prey to the usual diseases ot hogs. The H. A. Thomas Hog Powder is not stock food. It'h straight medicine, and we took the agency because It enables you to feed out your hogs much earlier For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. HILL ITEMS. The test of the heart is trouble And that always comes with years, night, Tuesday and Wednesday with And the smile that is worth his family. All the praises of earth, Is the smile that smiles thruugh tears. Mrs. Simon Iteavin has been to Skill- -- Klla Wheeler Wilcox. Mrs man to see her sister-in-laFelix Dunn, who was quite ill, is some I White Wyandottesf s "avid Mattlngly, of Tell 1,et:" to see his City, has grandmother, Mrs. Oil better. Mr. and Mrs. James Burk have rented the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs Sheliman. Mattingly. hi. M. ilasham, of Ilardinsburg, spent last Monday and Tuesday morn- - CHENAULT. L. II. Ilo.ley was in Stepheusport last Sun-cla- , ,"",I ",J; OS 31:1 u f ., . ..1.... 11. it" ' ' T I'.n eitl.s tiuu lilt1 11.. lug lu Cloverport. Mr. anj Mrs. Shellmail have moved frolu the lull into Mrs. Sallle Moor ma's property In lower part of town. I Sign of Good Digestion. When you sec a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is impaired or If you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain' ' Are rapidlyjpushing to the front as a dual pu.rposo fowl and aro unsurpassed in Beauty and Quality wi - IfU- - wick for a few days. y Mrs. Ollie Jnrboe arrived home front a visit in Louisville. Martin Abetl, of Louisville, is spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. C L. Warren. Catholic church ut Derby, Ind., Sunday was attended by a large crowd front r . Kentucky. Misfccs Lauru llosley ami Sue I'rymire were in Moolevville Monday. Mr, uud Mrs, Alloine ligart, of Louis-villhave shipped their furniture down to be stored at the home of his mother, Mrs. O. Hgart, at Mooleyville. Mr and Mrs. Kgart will go to Southern Indiana for week. Mrs. J II. Warren oud children visited friends and relatives in town last e, those who are striving to bring Cloverport, the county and Kentucky from the rear of illiteracy, join me in supporting ami wishing well those who are helping this great under are character-builders- , taking. Yours for a better Cloverport, Geo. Robertson, No. 40 for the Blood ma-lurl- a, Kxpels scrofulous humors from the blood, which causes constipation, rheumull.'.m, .sores, ulcers, pimples, etcy Get it at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Armstrong has returned, after scvi-r'1months stay in Blackwoll, Okla. He is with his daughter, Mrs Tablets. They strengthen the stom (Jaifiell, )u th(. country; ach, Improve the digestion and cause a Miss Uertha Truinbo, after a pleas-a- gentlo movement of the bowels. Obvisit to Miss Ilessie Arnold has re- tainable everywhere. turned to her home In Elawesvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Milburu are Information For Farmers. going to move Into the Armstrong The Hank of Ilardinsburg & Trust house just vacated by James Combs, Co. have arranged for the distribution who Is gi.ing to VIneetines, Ind. Dr. Charlie Llghtfoot was called lu lu this vicinity of a series of illustrated gotten out by the Agricultural last week to see Mrs Julia Wood, who letters, Department of this State and the was quite 111. United States, containing expert GovMr. and Mrs. Donald Dowden, of ernment advice on farm topics of local Tell City, attended the K. of J banInterest. They will be mailed at quet and while here were the guests of monthly intervals, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ilofflous. These illustrations are of great help Ilnrland Dunn and mother have to the farmers. Some of the topics are: moved to town and are living in part of in Farming," "Value of Mr, Dunn has Birds to Farmers," and all about "Ap- Simon Deavln's house, accepted a position at the shops. pie Culture, J- - M- - 9 Let me Tell You Why You Should Raise This Wonderful Breed I huvo 4 grand nuttings this season, of the best blood lines in the country. I havo tho world's greatest Dustan Dixio Quality and Fishols strain mire stav whito kind and tho W luyintf typo. Each strut n is nutted separate to fine, vigorous, pure white, lino shitpo and good size cockerels and tho quality of theso matings aro unequalled for tho money. iimiicu nu in nor oi settings trom those grand matings for sale at Sl.SO to .p.OO per 15 eggs, with satisfaction -' 1 ut ill S g HERBERT HALL, Hardinsburg, Ky. jg The practical results of this work are suggestions. by the greatly increased The favorite dish of the crown prince prosperity nnd the largely Increased values o( the farm lands of those who of Sweden is a salad made of chicken, take advantage of these departmental bananas, grapefruit and wine sauce, best shown t them concerns were The customnry $rou,uuo wool crop In tho HlucRrass section promises to "Throw Out the Life Unc" nttnln n vnlne of nt least $700,000 this CUT TO THE QUICK year, duo to the Knropoan war and II Weak' kltlnojs necil help. They're ofttn overworked they the present upward tendency In the to alToct tho price FOR BUSY READERS don't tut the poison filtered out of the market continues returns may bo o. list, oven greater blood , pectcd according to the dealers' est!' Will ycu help them? mutes. March 15th will witness tho close' Doan's KMney Pills have Imiueh' Dr. A. H. Ilarkley, of Lexington, has be illt to thousands' of kidney suffer been invited to become a member ol of the tobacco market at Paris. Tho last tobacco salo was hold nl.er$ a party of scientists which will leave Read this Hartford rase: FlcmlnRburp, on Fobruary 29. New York about tho last of March, for .1. A. Ilairtl. farmer, K l D. No an expedition to the wilds of Yucatan, Flvo car loads of hogs, bought by "I had Iteei for tho purposo of conducting some ro Cleft Coleman nt Harrodsburg nt seven Hartford, Ky., say: troubled with shnip twlnccs ncros' search work. Dr. Ilarkley has the cents per pound. consideration nnd may! Capt, James H. Simmons, ago 83 my loins, toother with kidney weak matter under years, one of tho best known river ness. As I henid Doan's Kidney Pilli uccepL uiu in iiuuuii. uouniies in itcniucKy which nave men of tho Ohio, died In Newport. hiehly rocominended, I got a supp'y vntnil linmt letilima In n t vvn.f ll Irilst vntr Christian, Union, Powell, Letcher, une uox curia me. nrn: Ilallard nnd Favotte. SriOO.OOO: Knott and Casey Counties will voto on Price ftOs, at all dealers. Don't . I cwg nm, nr0atliltt. $ir.0,000; road bond Issues soon. nk for a kidnev remedy lip and Knox, $200,000; Hell, Whitley Henry County will voto on a ?300,-00- Doan's Kidney Pills the same that and Harlan. $250,000; Rockcastle, Foster-Mllbur- n road bond Issue within tho next cured Mr. Haird. Scott and Lnurcl, $100,000; Nicholas,! sixty days, tho Fiscal Court announced Co., Props.. Huffalu, N. Y. $125,000; Clinton, $40,000 and Itussell nnd Carroll, $50,000. lost week. Capt. William Davis, for many years Ono thousand delegates and visltorj ono of tho best known conductors on from all parts of Kentucky, attended for tho first year. tho C. & O. railroad, walked In front the Layman's Missionary Convention, A few hours following the death o! of n traction car in Huntington, West held nt Lexington. Henry Qnlsenberry, at Winchester, t James Itoblnson, charged with the telegram was received by tho famlij Virginia and was instantly killed. He and announcing the sudden death in More wns well known in Maysvllle and a Woodruff murder of Emmett of towns nnd cities through Glover Hoard, was acquitted as to the land, Mo., of Garret Kinney, a llfelonf number which ho mndo regular trips for many murder of 'Woodruff, at Madisonvlllc. groomsman nt the weddin; years. friend and William It. Thomas died at tho age of Mr. Qnlsenberry. Captain Sam Hoono, a commissioned Ellzaboth-townnt his homo In of eighty-siAlleged free use of money In the officer in tho First Kentucky Cavalry, Ho Is survived by wife, whom last election In Pike County was call under General Wolford, of Winchester, years ago. ho married sixty-threod to the attention of tho grand Jtir has gone to tho Soldier's Homo nt An attendanco of an average ol by Judge John F. Ilutlct, In his charge Dayton, Ohio. Capt. Hoono Is nearly 4,000 pcoplo dally marked tho most to the jury and tho body was dlrectet' eighty years old, but is In good health. successful automobllo show In the to make a sweeping investigation ol He is the only surviving commissioned history of Louisville, held last week. qlllcer of his regiment which was tho charge of Irregularities. mostly In Doyle, Lincoln, Qulncey Dye, of Robertson County, Following the suggestion of Judge Casey, Garrard nnd Pulaski Counties was killed and It. T. Maddox, of Paris. Henderson In the Circuit Court nl wounded In a negro settlement In Mndlsonvillc, tho The Hetail Merchants of Henderson Is In Paris, Infested by negro bootleggers vestlgatlng charges grand a Jury that number ol are fighting tho traction lines which A new steel mill at a cost of more society women of that city have beer run to EvniiHville, Ind.. and which than a million dollars, Is assured foi playing cards including five hundred they claim diverts much trade to the llooMlcr city. An effort will bo made Ashland. Four hundred men will be bridge and cuchro for prizes. to prevent them from using the tracks employed. Forty-ninyears of continuous ser of tho street car company to reach the Fair secretaries and horsemen will In Winchester on March 9 tc vice for Uncle Sam Is a record ol city and provisions looking forward meet form a fair and trotting circuit foi which to bo proud, but ltutherforc to this will bo incorporated in a new to bo sold tills year. In Central Kentucky. Birchfleld Hayes Swiudal has Just re franchise that event, the Kvansvlllo traction 10,000 acres of rich signed the postofllce at Osborn's Gar The salo of cars will bo compelled to stop at the Morgan County coal and timber land on the Kentucky-Virgini- a line, tired o corporation lines of tho city, a mile to W. S. Whiting, of North Carolina nnd a half from the business section was announced in Lexington. The Lis long, uninterrupted service. r 'Henderson. County officials in various parts of ! price was $11G,000. By dictum in the opinion of Judge 'the state will ask the two Senators to Senator James has Introduced a bill in the Court or Appeals, uphold-whicto give Col. L. M. Maus, now secre voto for tho Shackelford road bill, Hurtthe validity of the Fayette County passed the Houso and provides lug tary of tho Kentucky Tuberculosis road bond issue of $300,000, road bon Commission, the rank of Brigadier for $700,000 a year for road building In issues in thirteen counties, Involving Kentucky. General. Hall, an Iron peddler, of issues of $2,840,000, which carried by Joseph Large buildings at Middlesborc Louisville,T.and his daughter Geneva a majority vote, but not a s ell trembled when an earthquake was are dead and Mrs. Delia Hall probably vote, probably will be validated. All in various parts of Eastern Kentucky fataUy wounded a3 a rGSlllt ot a pIstol these counties have held elections ,1 CCAt II. IS UI3U OU1U III ililVO UVCU dual between the Halls, in which within a year. Boyd voted $500,000; felt in several southern states. ; several shot3 wero fired across the Mason, Pulaski and Hopkins, Representative It. Y. Thomas, Jr. family supper table. Daviess. $000,000; Kenton, $250,-00Campbell, $200,000; Oldham and has suggested to Congress, an emThe famous "Union County railroad bargo on munition exports as a re suit" first court action, which began Meade, $100,000; Menifee, Trigg and prlsal against England for refusing more than, forty-fivyears ago, was Lincoln, $50,000 and Bracken, $40,000. tobacco shipments. The first steamboat to make the run ended last week when $100,000 was A campaign for $300,000 for an paid over to Lillie R. Preston, who has up tho nig Sandy River as far as Pike-villi-) within ten years, showed up in auditorium In Louisville, was launched carried on tho litigation to recover on with three hundred business and pro railroad bonds of the county begun by that city a few days ago to tho surprise of the people of tho town. Durfesslonal men making a canvass foi hor husband. Mrs. Payton Kincheloe, of near ing tho 00s, 70s, 80s and 90s people, funds. Dr. Hiram Arnett, 82 years old, dleo Owensboro, has Just completed a gown for hundreds of miles, obtained their at his homo in Woodford County foi made of point lace, which she had de- supplies from Pikevllle, boat service lowing a protracted illness. Dr. Ar- signed and made. Tho work required being the only mode of conveyance. nett was a soldier of Morgan's com- a year's time to complote and was When tho C. and O. extended its road mand. Burial was made in the Lex- done entiiely with a needle. It Is up the river the river service was valued at $400. and had been ordered abandoned. It Is believed now that ington cemetery. boats will again begin to ply the Big by a Chicago firm. A fourth marriage for botli bride Charged with peddling and boot- Sandy In order to assist in handling and groom occurcd in tho case of the legging in defianco ot tho Government, the great amount of freight and supmarriage of W. T. Crawford, 4C years Miss Evalyn Hall, of Boone's Fork, plies coming into the coal fields of the old, of Upshur County, West Virginia, Whltesburg, was bound over to Upper Big Sandy. to Mrs. Eliza J. Fugate, 43 years old near United States District Court '.or the ot Whltesburg. Eastern Kentucky. She executed bond Why Suffer From Colds? Farmers In the section near Mt of $500, and was permitted to return Olivet sustained heavy losses from a to her home. "Wedding's Cold Tnblets" will break recent sudden change In the weather Providing for a $75,000 appropria- that cold in a very short time. 25c at some losing 25 per cent of their lambs tion for a site and erection of a new was caused principally from the postofllce at Russellvlllo, Representa- Wedding's Drug Store. It ewes wandering from shelter. tive Thomas has Introduced a bill in RAYMOND. A barge of the Pittsburg Coal Co. Congress. He also asks for a $76,000 containing 12,000 bushels of coal, was appropriation to construct a building wrecked on tho rocks below the Olilc on a site at Central City, already NoahSandage and family have moved river dam at Louisville, after being owned by tho Government. Gangrene set In on Garner Price, a on Mrs. Effie Coomes' place. mysteriously loosed from its moorings prominent farmer and stockman ol The loss was about $3,500. J. S. Ater gave a pound party MonCrab Orchard, and he died after suf- day night of last week. March 1 marked the closing of the fering for several months from what season's tobacco market at Carlisle was diagnosed as necrosis of the feet, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chappell went to Margaret Drake, negress, 115 years tho left one having been amputated Brandenburg Saturday to see their son, old and reputed to be the oldest worn some time ago in an effort to check Lawrence, who is able to be out after an In Kentucky, died at her homo In gangrene being in the hospital in Louisville for Woodford County. The $100,000' road bond issue ol several weeks, County was awarded at George At a mass meeting ot citizens nl Scott John Avitt has a position with the Co., of Mayfleld, In which a Commercial Clut town to Tlllotson and Wolcott Cincinnati, at a premium of $0,100, railroad company. was organized, a sum of $1,020 waf The Mrs. Leon Cashman came home last raised within ten minutes, with which which was considered excellent. four Thursday after being with her son, M. employ' the services of a secretary bonds were much in demand and to KENTUCKY NEWS THROW OUT THE LINE' teen representatives from brokerage present to bid on J Puff your way into th joys of Prince Albert Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock of the national joy smoke! Fire up a pipe or a makin's cigarette as though you never did know what tobacco Dite ejP CoprHiMUMIhr B.J. Sfrnoldiy 11 and parch meant! , For Prince Albert is freed from bite and parch by a patented process Green-Mmpl- v controlled exclusively by us. You can smoke it without a comeback of any kind because P. A. is real 4 wwM I tobacco delight. RINCE x . Albert the national joy smoke will do for you what it has done for thousands of men, not only in the States but all over the world It will give you 1 e pipe smoke or a home- rolled cigarette should be. ce a correct idea of what a e and half' pound tin humidors and in humithat clever pound crystal-al- a dor with spongemoi$tener top that keep the tobacco in such fine shape message, and makin's-peac- e Get this Prince Albert pipe-peayou men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette-makin- 's pleasure; you men who have never known its solace I Because you have a lot of smoke pleasure due or you quick as youpack-your-pip- e with P. A. Bay Prince Albert everywhere to bacco is $oldt in toppy red bag. Set and make fire! tidy red tin$ lOe; hand tome pound roll-a-cigare- tte pipes where one smoked before liaa made three men smoke On tho reverse tide of tMi tidy red tin you will readt "Process Patented Julr30lli, I907,"which I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C I . two-third- Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE I 43 Years? $300,-000- AT THE OLD RELIABLE e Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. O. Cathman, at Vnnzant, for the past three months. Mr?. Cashman has been very ill since the beginning of the year, but is much improved at this writing. Ed Hartly nnd family left last Salur day for Illinois to make their home. Miss Louell.i Hlack spent Saturday night with the Misses ISasham. Herbert Kroush closed a very success ful school here last Friday. He had a nice treat consisting of candy aud oranges. Mabel Stiff and Heulai. Nor ton attended every1 day for which he is going to send them a present. Mr. Kroush Is a good instructor, and we wish him success. SSavc $20 Now 1 $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Book- m keenimror Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIM1- - m Hj TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata-lo- g and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. Address !j II. O. KEESLING, President How to Prevent Croup. 1 liliw BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE Incorpurutrd When the child Is subject to attacks of croup, see to it he eats a lleht even Louisville, Kentucky ing meal, as an overloaded stomach may brine on an attack, also watch for the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse. Obtainable everywhere. Use The Want Column Woman's Home Companion for March Contains a new Serial entitled "The Mae A detective Envelope," by Sophie K'eer. story, by TP'-- J. Barns, ".da awfully Nice Girl," "Chloe Malone,""The Jiising Tide." . HOGS ARE STILL ADVANCING! Our Extra Heavy Concentrated Slop When Properly Balanced, Produces Pork at 3 AAAAAkVMOrrw.'Ir.wr w.r - Cents Per Pound. Special Articles: "The Principles of Giving," "Feed Hogs and Breckinridge County Will Grow ntt Call , Dl.rAM rifwiamnri Vj fnr Daririifjirc Oalll D1YC1I3, VlUTVipuil, nj.j iui imihmsm. c-- "Women anil J'reparduess," "One rear of Hotter Films." Glenmore Distilleries Owensboro, Latest Fads and Fashions by Grace M. Gould THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN I). lUIIIUflE, Pditor and I'ublislicr Another Testimonial for ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1916 CALUMET BAKING :IGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. POWDER The President's Wedding Cake was prepared by Mrs. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. XKW KBVENTB AND TAXATION LAW. The Tax Amendment njruin ratified nt the November, 1015, Election restored to tho LeaMaturo some of the power of winch it The Leirislaturo in now vn deprived by the, constitution of 1801. authorized to enact a new Revenue and Taxation Law along the lines of taxation. of modern taxing method embracing: The n and to deter The fixing of rates of taxation on the different mine which claos shall be subject to local, i. c., county and town, taxation. So far no comprehensive tax tncasute has been introduced in the Legislature and it is doubtful if any attempt will be made to revolutionize the present system at this session of the General Assembly. The State Legislature is of the opinion that the enactment of any new Tax Laws at the present session of the General Assembly is inexpedient and the thing to do is to enact a law providing for the ap for the purpose of gatherpointtnent of a special Tax Commi.-sioning information and the framing of a new law on Hevenue and Taxii-- , tion to bo submitted in due time to the Governor, leaving it to - his judgement as to when and how it shall be presented to the General Asembly at a special session or otherwise. Kentucky does not need new laws to force property now overtaxed to pay more, but a law that will subject property now untaxed to a fair share. cla.-seer Science work. This Wilson Gait -- Marian Cole Fisher n. Miss Pansy both of whom are known tbrounh-othe United States as experts in Donies-ti- e and Ho-went Cake was worthy of the occasion WeddiiiH every in Calumet Hakinu Powder was used in its preparation and both the above named la dies heartily recommend Calumet Baking Powder for its wholesome-nes- s, purity. economy a n'd never-failin- g results. respect. Mrs. Bridwell, of Texas, who iSis beta the guest of Mr. Jasf. McCoy, left TuesHOW ARE day for her home. YOU FIXED Mrs. Sam Canlen and children, of Basin SprluKs, who have been visiting 1 fmtii-um- i her father. Geo. Pavne. returntil home last Tuesday. 1 Miss Kathleen Tucker, of Hardins burg, was the guest of her aunt, Mn P M Tucker, Saturday night nnd Sun day. The Busv Bee children's band me with Master Raj mond Crume last Sat urday nttetnoon. Tice McCoy was the guest of P. M Tucker and family Friday night J. P. Mllner, of Madrid, and Mr Klper, of McCoy, were the guests of 1: I). Mllner Friday night. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis, of Locus Hill, were in Louisville last week. 1 Mack Quiggins was the guest of hi: children, Mrs. S. H. Davis and Flod Quiggins, last Tuesday night. Clint Elliott has bought the property formerly owned by Tilford Harper, and will move the first of March. Mrs. Polly Tucker, of Kmgiwood, is the guest of Mrs. Robt. Mattingly. IF YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME IT IS BEST TO FIRST Miss Ruth Chambllss spent Thursday HAVE ENOUGH MONEY PILED UP IN THE BANK TO BUY with her sister, Mrs Robt. Weather YOU CAN BUY IT, AND IT WILL REALLY BELONG TO ford. jSrpfwSBWt 111 yji fcPH YOU MAY UNDERTAKE. BANK Poisons Rttained in the body causes rheuma tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For The Blood expels poisons from the body and cures blood poison in its worst form. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Will of Mrs. Lucy Temple. The will of Mrs. Lucy Temple, dated anuary 14, 11)11, nnd witnessed by T, F. Birkhead and Mary Rock Karn, was probated in the Davis county court I'ebruary 2l She leaves an estate worth about $"5,000 distributea among her heirs and relatives. W. E Aud was appointed and qualified as executor under bond of 535,000. The will calls for no appraisement or inventory of the estate. She bequeathed to Lucy May Bell, daughter of John Bell, $1,000 to be used for educational purposes, this amount not to be charged against her n the final distribution of the estate L. G. Temple is to receive a small (lie mond ring and Katie Petrie, a larger diamond ring. The sum of 5150 is to be set aside for the funeral expenses of ames N. Bell; the Central Trust Com pany is named as trustee of a fund of $500 which is to be invested and the in terest used in caring for the grave of the deceased; J. W. LaFoe is to re ceive a interest in the estate; Lee A. Bell, Hillary Bell, L. G. Temple, Owen Temple, Roy LaFoe, Edward La- Foe and William LaFoe, are each to receive one twelfth of the estate; Catherine Petrie is to receive one twelfth of the e.tate, and in the event of her death without issue, before using any of the amount devised, then it is 10 be equally divided betwsen L. G. and Owen Tern. pie. John Hell is to receive i$iuu In incash and an undivided terest jointly with his children, Lloyd, Wilb-i- . Henry and Lucie May Bell. one-fourt- h YOU. YOU MUST HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK TO SUPPORT ANY ENTERPRISE WE WILL KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE FOR YOU. WITH US Tutnl Resources Including Trust Investments $600.00000 These Calumet exclusively in nil their work. Received Highest Award World's Pare Food Exposition, Chicago, ParU Exposition, France, March, 1912. K ladies us e Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBUR6 & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG, KY. THE MALA1UA PKOHLEM. Four per cent of the inhabitants of certain sections of the South have malaria. This estimate, based on the reporting of 204, SSI cases during 1014, has led the United States Public Health Service to give increased attention to the malaria problem, according to the annual report of the Surgeon General. Th? infection rate among white persons wasabove eight per cent, and among colored persons twenty percent. One of the most important discoveries made during the year was in the regard to the continuance of the disease from yeat to year. A discovery has been indicated that protection from malaria may be secured by treating human carriers with quinine previous to the middle of May, thus preventing any infection from chronic sufferers reaching mosquitoes and being transmitted by them to other persons. The Public Health Service, therefore, is urging a definite camp aign of draining .standing water, filling in low places, and the regrad- mg and training of streams where malaria mosquitoes breed. MAN OK ANIMAL? A dog snaps and snarls because it can't reason or express itself any other way. in A mule kicks because it hasn't suflicient brains to use them instead of its heels in making a protest. Hut you are a humt.n, elevated above these brutes because you Most of the grip victims in our com munity are convalescing. Rev. Leslie Dellart filled his np pointmeut here Saturday and Sunday. Wm. Keener, an aged citizen of our community, died February M. and was buried at the Shadowen burying ground February 25th. Karl MattinRly and family left Wed nesday for Kedfield, Iowa, to make 1 St "OUR COAL MAKES WARM FINOS" 1 nil DO y& have brains, intelligence and reason. It is all right for the dog and the mule to act that way, because nature intended it so, and they can't help it. Hut it is neither a pretty spectacle nor a very flattering compliment to the human race when you can't express your thoughts in any other way than by snapping, snarling and kicking. Tampa (Flu.) Tribune. One of the handsomest publications ever printed in Florida is the annual edition of the Tribune's Semi Tropic Florida Development Year Hook, which was issued at Tampa, Florida, February 21 Col. "Wallace F. Stovall is president of the Tribune Publishing Company. Mr. Stovall was born in Elizabethtown, Ky., and went to California when a youth of seventeen. He began work in a country newspaper oflice and at the ago of 21 years Mr. Stovall saw an opportunity to establish a paper in Bartow, later moving his printing outfit to Tampa and established the Tampa Tribune, which ho has lived to see become a potent factor in the development of all South Florida. This edition of the Tribune contains 14S pages elaborately portraying by pen and picture the resources of South Florida. Over 22'i elegant pictures of luxuriant groves and gardens, handsome homes and stately buildings illustrating the vast resources of that incomparable section. It has' been the great desire of tho management to make th'o Year Hook a representative publication of the agricultural, commercial and professional interests of that section and business was solicited from all reputable people who could bo reached. The Tribune and its able corps of workers certainly deserve credit for their enterprise in issuing this Year Book, which is a credit to Tampa and the good State of Florida. their future home. Poole is very ill with Little gastritis. Miss Lydfa Macy entertained to Tuesday, Mrs. I'aul Compton and children, Mrs. V. W. Smith, Mrs. J Bridwell, Mi6ses Nell Cashman, Sallii Macy, Nannie Board and Pearl Belle Mattingly. Herbert Horsley was a visitor in Brandenburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aldrich have moved here from Mattoon, III., and will live on Richard Whitworth's farm Miss Lydia Macy spent Saturday with Mrs. Frank Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clielf, from Seattle, Wash., are here the guests of her sister, Mrs. Cora Priest. D. H. Smith left Saturday for Eddy-villHe accompanied A. T. Beard No Secrets with some prisoners. about "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson were Balsam." The formula of this great in Louisville last week buying their ough medicine is on every bottle. 25c spring stock of goods. at Wedding's Drug Store. e. Ground IIor saw his shadow. You Buy now whilo tho buyimr is rood. We have just gottei a supply of Keinecko's EUREKA No. 9 LUMP COAL. Let us haul you a load at 11c. If you pre- for a better coul try the No. 9 NUT or some II AWESVILLE LUMP. Try it which any jrradc you want. Mutch is hero. will need moro coal. 00 5 u jgj 5? Northern White Seed Oats FLOUR tho best you ever used! Extra Fancy Snow Drift, Bob White or Graham. Mixed Mill Feeds, JjjJ Alfalfa Hor.--o and Mttlu Feed, Ctennio Alfalfa Dairy Feed, i Corn, Outs, liny, Straw, Bolted Corn Meal and Cotton Seed 8f Products. Send us your orders. jji Self-Rising, S3! Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co., Cumberland Phone 1 3-- Hardinsburg, Ky, Cumberland Phone 49-- J $j J Mill Coal 4 iipm 1 Farm Drain Tile at Wholesale Price Spend lc and write us a Postal for price delivered at your rail road station, and our price will come to you by first mail. 1 Mr. Coates was in Louisville Satur- I ft day on business. Chas. Barnes and Joe Blair went to McQuady Saturday night to join the Modern Woodmen. Mrs. Louisa Horsley was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Thornhill part of last week. V. W. Smith was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Tom Gregory, Sunday. DEATH CLAIMS Mrs. Miranda Adkisson, Louis ville. Body Brought to Don't Wait! Ask for price Irv-ingt- on Wire Fencing also. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Sunday. Buried in Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Cedar Hill Cemetery. Irvington, Feb. 26. (Special.) Tile funeral of Mrs. Miranda Adkisson was held at the Methodist church Sunday at p. m. Rev. Wade conducted the serv ice. Mrs. Adkisson died at the home of her son, Ed Adkisson, in Louisville Saturday of paralysis. She was 79 years of age and was the second resident of Irvington, It was her desire that her funeral be held from the M. E. Church at this place. Mrs. Adkisson leaves one Louisville, son, Edward Adkisson, 'Aunt Miranda," as she was known here, was respected and loved by the nttre community. She was laid to rest We extend at Cedar Hill cemetery. sympathy to the bereaved ones. Woman Cures Horse Colic. The men were away as usual. The horse was bad. A lone woman could not "drench" in the old way. She called up a neighbor and her men were away but: "We have Farris Colic Remedy that you drop on the horse's tongue," says Mrs. Neighbor. So she came over and dropped Farris Colic Remedy on the horse's tongue and the horse was well when the men came home. Moral: Get Farris Colic Remedy so the women can cure horse colic. Wc sell it at 50 cents a bottle on the Money Back Plan. For sale at Tho sum of $13,164 for each county which has availed itself of Wedding's Drugstore. the privilege of State aid in road building will be suflicient to make a very material improvement in tho roads of tho State. State uid is HARNED ITEMS. real uid. It will go very far toward making Kentucky "navigable" for wheeled vehicles from one end to the other and from tho top to Davis was in Louisville last S. tho Tennessee lino. When oVory county seat is accessible to traffic week. II. tho resultant increase in prosperity, and in property values, will conV. G. Goodman went to see his sister, stitute tho beginning of a bright epoch in Kentucky. Mrs. M. M. Cundiff, of West View, who is very low with tuberculosis. Few writers ever .summoned up life's great lessons moro fully Miss Vinnle Glasscock, of Hardins-burg- , than did John Morley in his dictum that should be known to us all: was the guest of Mrs. S. H. Davis Saturday and Sunday. "The great business of lifo is to bo, to do, to do without, and to It is doing without that is tho bitter lesson to learn. Few of Miss Neva Mllner was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. M. Aldridge, several us learn it. But how rich aro those fowl days last week. Miss Lola Nicholson was the guest of Mrs. Nancy Snider and daughter, GARFIELD Mrs. S. M. Crume, Mrs, J. M, Crume Miss Uessie Snider, from Hardinsburg, and Mrs. S. H. Davis last week. have moved in the house with Mrs. V. Floyd Quiggins, Percy Tucker, Hu Dempsle Morris is very low with pneu- H. Mattingly. bert Mattingly and Mr. and Mrs. Root. monia with but little hope of his Miss Nell Cashraari left Thursday for Weaiherford attended the oratorical her home In Louisville. contest at Hardinsburg Friday night. ." H We are Packing g m Coupons That Are Worth Money To You Sacks of any of our flour. This is a Profit-S- g sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. each 24 and 48-l- b. Bin p Injured by Falling Timber. Chenaiilt, Ky., Feb. 26. (Special.) C. L, Warren was seriously injured Fri day, while hauling timber on his place near here. Dr. I). S. Spire was called at once to his assistance, finding him in ad condition, but no bones broken. His sou, Merlin Warren, of Cincinnati, is i't his bedside. I LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. L0DIBURG. comity's representative, whose merchandise store, the largest county, was destroyed, with all tents. His loss alone will be general in the Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Chappie visited its con their sou, Carlt, at Brandenburg, last in the Brandenburg is Visited By a Destructive Fire. Brandenburg, Ky,, Feb. 28. Fire which broke out here this morning at 1 'clock did damage amounting to be. tween $35,000 and $40,000 in the business ' section 'of the citv. The chief loser'1 'WaJfU. S. Richardson. Meade neighborhood of $30,000. Joe Fitch, of Cloverport, was the guest The bouie of Carl Casperke was de of A. J. Keys last Sunday. frayed, causing a loss of about $4,000, J as. Watlhigtou is on the sick list. ml the millinery shop of Miss nettle Mrs. Gilbert, of Stepheusport and Mrs. Atwill was damaged to the extent of bellasham, of Sample, visited their sister, tween $700 and $1,000. ' Mrs. George Cox, last week. The Meade County Messenger plant Will Dutschke, of Louisville, visitecTS also was damaged, and a 'number of friends near Lodiburg last week. minor losses occurred. Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvington, visNearly all the loss was covered by .in ited her cousin, Miss Murl Bashsm, last surance. week,. '.U .'J The origin of the fire is unknown. 4 Saturday and Sunday. G6? Brcckonridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1, 19111 Entered nt tlio Pot Oflllccat GloTcrport, Ky as second clasi mnttcr. .'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For For For For For For Precinct tmtl city Offices t 2.50 $ 5.00 County Offices f lf.00 Stnte and District Offices 10 Calls, per line 10 .... Cards, per line All Publications in the inter, est ol Individuals or expression It' of Individual views per line . the week end guest of Mrs, Wlckllff DcHaven Prof. Andrew DrNkell's Normal Kchool opened Monday with 22 pupils enrolled. Mrs. Henry Burden nnd children were visiting In McQuady the latter part of last week. Mis? Lucy Jolly, of Sample, has returned home alter a week's visit to relatives here. E. McDavis, of Hardinsburg, went to Frankfort Monday to take a look at the Legislature. Mr. and Mrs. Ruther Pate went to Louisville Saturday to fee "The Birth of a Nation." Mrs. Anna Dieckman and Mrs. B. H. Morgan, of Stephensport, were here Friday shopping. The Parent Teachers' Association will meet at the school building Friday aftcrcoon at U:l5. It will lie ready on or about Kxnct (Into will be Miss Lucy Jolly and Miss Mary Judith Mitrch 10th. Miller, of Sample, were week end guests nniiounei'd Inter. of Miss Mary Glbsou. Mrs. J. M. Harris, of Nashville, came up Thursday to see her mother. Mrs. Brickey, who is quite ill, Ed Scherer, of Hawesville, attended the banquet Tuesday, and was the guest of Miss Bessye Arnold. Mrs. Carl LIshen, of Padueah, is here visiting relatives. Mis. Finny Tousey will accompany her home for a visit. Wm. Wroe returned to I'aducah Friday after speudlng a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wroe. Mrs. Hornce Gilbert has been veiling her sisters, Mrs. G. R. Cox, of Lodi-burand Mrs, Nat li.isham, ot Sample Mm. Robert Fenulck has returned to her home at Brandenburg after bejng the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edtnondson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood, of near Stenhensport, celebrated their second wedding nnniversary Saturday. The celebration was a family affair. I Ill W a. ats ! W AT LAST! & 1 Nutk Advertisers plene notify tl.e editor wlien you want ndvertisement discontinued. A ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Two Small Mules small mules FOH HAI.K Two will trade fot spring or imiroor Inrpu mule. II. I,. Ilruner. Knton Star. Ky. Lost Leather floods pairs LOST Two I'lenxu return plorps, lilnek nnd to Knrl ISolilnsou ItohlnsMi nnil Henry WMti Three Good Milch Cows C Jit HAI.K Three eood mlli'li cows.! 4 toll years old. One. lurjfe sow nnd plus. .1. M. Crenshaw. Ilarilllisliurir. Ky., It. No, I. 1 Perfect Vacuum Gleaner!! r5 2 Read the Description: The top is genuine mahogany and has a standard s piano finish; all the metal parts best quality nickel-plate- d steel; evenly balanced triple bellows; revolSi ving brush sweeps the surface; sanitary dust collector; operates more easily and noiselessly Si T. HH than any other cleaner in e.vistance, due to its light Si Si weight, perfect construction, brush drive m & and perfect bearing. box-shaped Por Sale :Y: Train Schedule on The L, II. & St. L. R'y. Effective September 19, 1915. .. Arriving Irvlnittnn Arrlvlnir Louisville. No. iU will lavo Cloverport .. Arrlvlnc IrrlnRton... AirlvliiK l,oulsvlllo No. 14(1 will IravoClovcroort.. Arriving Irvlnptou .. WEST nOUNl) No. 141 will Ipjivo Cloverport..... Arriving Owenslxiro. Arriving Henderson Arriving Evnnsvlllo ... Arriving St. I,out No. H3 will leave Cloverport . Arriving lliiwrsvllle Arriving Owtnsboro 115 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Ilenderxon Arriving Eviinivllle Arriving ft. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenstioro. Arriving Henderson - EAST HOUND No. H2 will leavn Cloverport . 0:15 A. M, .10:1ft A. M 12MD V. M M . 4:52 5:4(1 V. M 7:40 1". XI 5:07 A. XI 5:31 A. XI jolly party: Tor Sal- e- Barred Rock Ringlet F.gffs COB HALE llnrred Hock ItlnBletejriiv. .My hlrds are from ' II. Thomyson. Hock iinilegitnillui-- t from Prices reasonable. Hnfe arrival and irood tmtrhei guaranteed. Mrs. did not have proved to be interesting. I'. KiikIIsIi. Clover port, Ky. Uriel: ice cream, with tiny red hatchSeed Corn. ets on each brick nnd cake with our Heed FOIt HALE- - .lolirsoii County Wlilloselect nation's flag on it was served. on ear or shelled; properly write the eil. Tor prices It, 1. J. It. Matltnitly, liar guests composed The following dlnsburg, Ky., Si Si Si Si Si Si Truly the "Cleaner Beautiful" & Si Si I. 10KI A. 12 01 1'. .tJ:5S IVXI, 7.40 1'. XI 7:00 I'.XI 7:.T0 . XI. XI. lfl3 g, . ! 8:18 I'.XI 11 51 136- . I'. XI 2:15 A. M 7:40 A. XI . l:WA.M I'.XI A. XI Messrs Robert Haswell, Russell Hook, Samuel Evans, Grover Gregory, Keturah Johnson, Murray Brown, William Evans, Virginia Heard, Clara 11 Dellaveu, Ely Duvall, Francis Dillon, Emma Meador, Mary II Whitworth, James H. Gardner. Hobart Shellman. Anna M. Smith. Franklin Kincheloe. Hallie Krown. Misses Frances Lee Brown, Louise Taylor, Esther Meador, Ilettie Pile, For Sale Steers averaRu TOO FOU SALESO head of steers,cows coming kooiI grade; 10 fresh. I). l. binllli. Carlleld, Ky. Rhode Island Reds For Sale COIt H A I,E Ithodo Island Ited chickens.dollar each .Mill II. Allen, llurdlnsFor Sale Si C. NOT TF CLOVERPORT, Sc KY. RDO U jjj) btirR. Ky. Large and Small Farms A nuinber FOIt HAI.K to II0O acres of large and small 50 each. I'or partlcu lnrs write Win. Ailklsson. Ilardlnxburg. Ky.. or. lames II. Henton, Cloverport, Ky. For Rent Farm COIt ItKNT John I'urrow farm 2 miles from ' Clovi rport, on pll,e: I'O acres: g od dwelling: tobacco barn and Mock turn; terms, z't'y AdmlriMritor. Ilur cisb -- Chas. dlnshurx. Ky,, lt(.me 2. -- fi:MA.XI 7:4)1 A. M U:0O A. XI DINNER 1, .Vj PARTY. Local News and Personal Paragraphs About Peo ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. R. O. Willis was in Louisville Mon day. Mrs. V. C. Moorman spent Thursday in Louisville. Frank Weatlierholt went to Louis ville Thursday. J. 1 Dutschke, of Holt, spent Thuts-dain Cloverport. B. II. Reidel, of Loj, Angeles, Cal., was here Monday. Mrs. J. M. Fitch went to Owensboro Given nt the Commercial Hotel by Miss Jessie Hudson. Ulght V (luests Present i i'l HOME WEDDING Of Miss Addle Louise Babbage $ Farm For Sale. acres lln.t stone valb y 'and miles south of Kirk, near school an I churches, (lond grain, clover and Hurley landiwell watered witli nrings;linproVc-li- e telncco barn and sutck ba.-Telling. rrnmis h ml t wo ten ill. bouses. I'ri-'low. half cab tind IrihuictMin terms to , Mil-purchaser. Kurlicr Information wri'e ,1. . Crenshaw. Hard Inshore No. I. Ky. FOIt l .SALE 4 HO Fop Sale!! One registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and y -- 'the Monday on business. Lee Walls, of Hardinsburg, spent Thursday in Louisville. Mrs. E. L. Robertson was in Louis ville Thursday shopping. Tom Carter was in Evansville Sunday guest of Miss Fronia Dean. The Epworth League will be led Sunday evening by Miss Ola Fallon. B. Y. P. U. services will be conducted Sunday evening by group No. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Zenia Shellman were in Owensboro Sunday visiting friends. The Friday Club will be entertained thls week by Miss Mildred Babbage. Little Miss Dorothy May, who has been quite ill, is slowly improving. Mrs. June Adams went to Gardner Monday with her father, James Nix. ' The Wednesday Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. E. C. McDonald. The Mission Study Class will meet Thursday night with Miss Lula Severs. Mrs. Frank Mattingly will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club this week W. II. Beauchamp, of Mystic, went to Bewleyvllle Monday to see his moth er. Rev. Russell Walker filled his regular appointment at Hites Run church Sunday. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and little son, James Franklin, are visiting in Louisville. Mrs. John Weisenberg Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Noble, at Rockport. Mrs. Orfilo DeHuven. of Holt, was Teeth Important to Health ! Half chewing and full chewing makes all the difference between the half nourished mind and body and the full vlgored mind and body. It not only affects health, but efficiency and earning power. Both looks and efficiency are so very impottant that for most all the people a difference of a few dollars In the cost of a plate is much less important than the results from the plate. 4Dr. OHIe W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg. Kentucky. Htrdloiburg ft Trust Co. ir Buk A Hardinsburg, Feb. 28 (Special ) Jt Miss Jessie HudsOn entertained several friends to a dinner party last Saturday evening at the Commercial Hotel. Upon the arrival of all the guests they were invited into the dining room where The wedding of Miss Addie Louise they found a beautifully decorated table Babbage and Mr. William Goddardl'olk, awaiting them. In the center of the of Louisville and Cincinnati, wassolemn-ize- d table was a large candelabra from which Saturday nfteruooti at 3 o'clock at white lavender ribbons with a bunch of the home of the bride's parents, Mr. violets tied to the end were drawn to and Sirs. John D. Babbage, of Clover- each guest's plate. port. The Rev. Mr. Paul S. Powell was A very tempting menu was served. the officiating clergyman. The wedding Tlu menu. music was played by Mrs Raymond Grape Pruit witli Grape Juice Moorman, of Louisville. Celery Oyster Soup. Smilax and potted plants were Powl. cerein the decorations The Stuffed P Corn Pudding mony took place in the parlor before an Itiscuit Relishes. improvised altar of green arranged be Salad. French Pried Potatoes. tween the windows On either side of Ilaked Cheese Crackers. the altar were cathedral candle-stick- s The invited guests were: holding lighted tapers and throughout Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cotuptou. the house the light was furnished by Messrs. Misses white caudles. Franklin Kincheloe, Miss Mildred Babbage was her sister's Hallie Ilrown, and Dr. Chas. W. Hib-bit- t, Margaret Peyton, Mr. Diehl, M. II. Kincheloe. Lottie Handy, of Louisville, was the best man. The bride, who entered with her When baby suiters with eczema or father, by whom she was given in marsome itching skin trouble, use Doan's riage, wore a gown of white net with A little of it goes a lone satin pointed girdle and touches of lace. Ointment, way and it is safe for children. 50c a Her veil was of tulle with the cap effect and was adjusted to the head with a box at all stores. wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley WEDNESDAY CLUB and white sweet peas. The maid-o- f honor wore a costume of pink silk taffeta and tulle. Her flowers W Entertained at Home of Airs, ft were pink sweet peas. $ Shelby Conrad Oeorge Wash- - f,J Ington Favors Given. Following the ceremony there was an informal reception after which Mr. and Mrs, Polk left for Louisville on the special car of Mr. R. N. Hudson, presi Mrs. Shelby Conrad gave a Washing dent and general manager of the L., H ton reception at her home Wednesday & St. L. R. R. Company. afternoon. Mrs. Mary Mosby, of To- En route Mr. and Mrs. Hudson gave a blnsport, Miss Martha Willis and Miss dinner for the wedding party. Covers Jeanette Burn assisted in receiving. were set for Mr. and Mjs Hudson, Mr. Mrs. Wicklilf Dellaven presided at the and Mrs. Polk, Airs. David W. Fairleigh, punch bowl. Miss Louise Babbage was , Miss Margret Polk, Dr. Chas. W complimented with a recipe book In Moorman and which were entered favorite recipes of Airs. Raymond daughter, Miss Mollie Ditto Moorman, of the guests. Louisville. A delicious buffet luncheon was served guests were Mr. L with George Washington favors in the Other I. Coleman, of Kuoxville, Miss Addie shape ol a hatchet decorated with cher G. Ditto, Miss Addie M. Fairleigh, of ries. Louisville, and Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of The guests included members of the Hardinsburg. Wednesday Club aud the following Mrs. Wickllff Dellaven, Mrs. Ben Ridgeway, Mrs. J. R. Meador, Mrs. Thos. Odowult, Mrs. Frank Mattingly, WASHINGTON PARTY. Mrs. James B. Randall, Mrs. Leonard Oelze, Mrs. Mosby, Mrs. Hoflius Be- SI Given at Home of Air. and Mrs. heu, Miss Cleona Weatlierholt, Miss Alfred Taylor, of HardinsAddle G. Ditto, Miss Mildred Babbage, burg, by riembers of T. S. C, Miss Ola Fallon and Miss Ray Heyser. Club. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleop soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the Hardinsburg, Feb. 26. (Special. ) family system tonic. Price $1.00. twenty-seconOn last Tuesday evening, the nt the home of Mr, and Airs, INTERESTING WEDDINGS. Alfred Taylor, the members of the T. S. C. entertained a number of their friends Parr-Key- s. to a Washington Party. The color scheme was red, white and Lodiburg, Feb. i!5. (Special. ) The with wedding of Miss Lucile Parr to Mr. blue. The house was decorated lovely potted plants. Wilbur Keys, both of Lodiburg, was The pictures of George and Martha solemnized Thursday, February 24, at Washington occupied a very prominent 3 p. ra., nt the home of the brlde's place. Mr. and Mrs. J. '.W,(PaVr,i In tho A Contest Things our grandmothers presence of a host of relatives(Vand J., f to Hr. William (loddard Polk on Saturday. For Sale Cockerels.. Ky. It. I'. I). Partridge ham: Rock Cockerels 'uli stock I'.irtrldge Kock Mrs.. I huNetltt. lrvlngton, a good looker; will trade for other stock. or 15 horses and mules which we want to go at once. Will sell for cash or bankable note. Write us your wants. 12 CWe also have In scaled sanitary cans. Finest for tnbln ttso nnd baking. Ask your grocer for it. Send postal card for booklet of l'rizo Itocipea to P. DOFF & SONS 020 Duqucsno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. MISSISSIPPI S'i'M STOCK FARM FOR SALE ncres, about 2000 open. Some In cultivation. 30 tenant houses. About 10U0 acres bottom land, balance rolling to hilly, but practically all subject to cultivation. Grass grows in abundance on all this tract. About five ml es from Railroad. Watered by living stream. In one of tho healthiest localities in the state. Price $15.00 per acre. For further Information regarding Mississippi ami Tennessee laud writo us, we handle them. Manager, Laud Department, BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, M. E. WAINRIGHT, icard Brothers I Hardinsburg, Ky. J2 v1 maid-of-hono- r, Nashville. Tenn. MULES FOR SALE SWEET CLOVER SEED Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennian white and vsllow; hulled and unhullsd. Also special scarified for full and prompt germination. Prices and circulars sent free. JOHN A. SIIEEIIAN. FALMOUTH, KY. R. D. No. 4. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent I i We have 13 choice mare mules we sell at once. If you will need a good team want to this spring you will not have another opportunity X like this. Terms to suit purchasers. $C : V W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. i Hib-bitt- groom, wore n gown of white net over B. Specialist on white silk with bead trimmings. The RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Cloverport, Ky. bridal veil was adjusted to her head by Telephone 56-- J Her Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also a wreath of orange blossoms. 4G2 5th St. Loulsvilee, Ky. bouquet was of white roses nnd ferns. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Office Hours: 0 to 9 a. m. 12 to! 2 anil G lo 9 p. m Keys left for Cloverport, where they Attorney-at-Laare the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Real Estate Sold and Exchanged, Pitch. Mr. and Mrs. Keys will make Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and their home at Lodiburg. acknowledged. ooo Dentist DR. T. RAFFERTY V. G. BABBAGE Fine Sausage Cloverport, Kentucky 1 Norton-Compto- n. n RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. oz. Bay Itum, a small box ot Barbo Compound, and 14 oz. ot glycerine. Apply to tho lialr twice a week until It becomes tho deslied To halt pint of water add I d, . shade. Any druueist can put this up or you can mix It at homo at very littlo cort. Full directions for maklnu and uso come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, taded Bray reside at Webster. hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falllns hair and will make haish hair soft and Klossy. It will not color the scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and docs not For That Cough. rub oft. "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam" is the cough medicine that stands friends. The Rev. Mr. Hutchinson was in a class by itself. 25c at Wedding's the officiating clergyman. The house beautifully decorated for the oc- Drug Store was casion in green and white. Jennie Walker Dead. The ceremony took place In the livJennie Walker, colored, was found ing room beneath a large circle and Friday morning nn early bell, with green and white streamers dead nt home inhour Eastland. Funeral nt her extending to each corner of the room. services were held Sunday with interThe shades were lowered and small ment in the colored cemetery. lamps lighted making a soft light. The wedding music was rendered by Miss Divorces Secured. Miss Ruth Norton and Mr. Forrest Compton, popular young people of Webster, were married Wednesday in Owensboro by the Rev. Mr. Holleran, of lrvlngton. After the ceremony a dinner at the Rudd House was enjoyed bv tho couple, and Mrs O. M. Parks, Miss Mnytne Bowman and Mr. W. E. Compton all of Webster. They will Linked goorinuss, lonj: drawn out, aptly dt'sctibiw tho siuimio you will find itt our market. You enn havo it in links or bulk nnd of ii vnricty that will incut every taste. In it there is used only the best and most carefully selected meats. Our Beef and Pork will Tempt Your Appetite Sipes' Meat Market, Irvington, Ky. Blanch Robertson. par-ent- s, Miss Alma Keys, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mr. Roscoe Deacon wan best man. ( The bride, . who entered wltrj the Attending Convention. Attorney V. G, Babbage secured a W. S. Ball, M. II. Beard and Squire In Circuit Court last week for divorce Mrs. Lizzie Beavln, wife of Bert Beavin, D. C. Heron are attending the Repuband for Mrs. Hattle Dunn, the wife of lican Convention at Ellzabethtown this week. Wm. Dunn. FRENCH HALT GERMAN DRIVE Fail to Gain Ground on Verdun GBAUSTABK, GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON BY SfePBINCEof Front, TEUTONS CAPTURE 15,000 Kaiser's Army Now Begins Attack on Verdun From the East Effort to Reach Hill 225 Is Repulsed Losses. Heavy Copyright, . .;. .;. .j. 1914, by Dodd, Mead and Company. arguing with you. Will. IIuvo it your way If It pleases jou." Eying her with some uneasiness, he cautiously Inserted his thumbs lu the nnuholes of his brocaded waistcoat and proclaimed: "As I said beforo. Lou, there Isn't u foreign nobleman, from the emperor down, who Is ubove grabbing a few million dollars. They're nil hard up." "Wo were speaking of Prince Ilobln," remarked his wife, with n slight shud-dor- , Mrs. Withers came of better stock than her husband. Ills gnucherles frequently set her teeth on edge. She was born In Providence and sometimes mentioned the occurrence when particularly desirous of squelching him, not unkindly perhaps, but by way of making him realize that their daughter had good blood hi her veins. Mr. Blithers had heard in u roundabout way that he llrst saw the light of day lu Jersey City, ulthough after ho became famous Newark claimed him. IIo did not bother about the matter. "Well, hu's like nil the rest of them." said lie after a moment of indecision. Something told him that ho really ought to refrain from talking about thu cost of tilings, even In the bosom of his family. He hud heard that only vulgarians speak of their possessions. "Now, there's no reason lu the world why wo shouldn't consider his offer Ho- ""OfferV" she cried, aghast. "IIo has made no offer, Will. IIo doesn't even know that Maud is In existence. How enn you say such a thing?" "I was merely looking ahead, that's all. My motto Is 'Look ahead.' You know It ns well as I do. Where would I be today If I hadn't looked ahead nnd seen what wns going to happen before the other fellow had his eyes open? Will you tell me that? Where. I say? What's more, where would I bo now If I hadn't looked ahead and seen what a marriage with the daughter of Judge Morton would mean to mo in the long run?" IIo felt that he had uttered a very pretty and convincing compliment. "I never made a bad bargain In my life. Lou, nnd It wasn't guesswork when I married you. You, my dear old girl, you wero tho solid foundation on which I- ""I know," she said wearily. "You've said It a thousand times 'tlio foundation on which I built my temple of posterity' yes, I know. Will. But I urn still unalterably opposed to making ourselves ridiculous in tlio eyes of Mr. and Mrs. King." I "IUdieulous? don't understand London, Fob. 2S. Tho Gorman on Vordnn slnkenod Bomowliat In Intensity over most of thu lino, which now Hon directly under tho guns of tho forts. Narrowlnj? their most desperate attacks to the short front between tho Doimtimont heights and tho plateau north of tho village of Vaux, to tho east, tho dermans hero concentrated their efforts In a strong attack, but failed to gain ground. Tho position of Kort Douaumont, tho French olllclal communiques do not call It a fort but a "position," is still occupied by small enemy forces. Tho French are closing in on tills position on three sides nnd nnnounco maintain-Inthat tho Gorman forces nrodinicnlty. tho position only with lt The verv unfavorable weather conditions, with a heavy fall of snow may bo one reason for the lessening; of force of the Orman attack: tho dispatches from tho front indicate that heavy losses also may have had an effect. Tho slopes east and west ot tho vlllaifo of Douaumont, which has been tho pouter of tho heaviest fighting, nro covered with the Gorman dead, according to the official communique. Tho number of unwounded prisoners taken by the Germans In the soven days of tho battle, tho Hcrlin state- Mr. Withers was In a to know that the little prlncl pallty over which tho young man reigned was hound to bo drawn Into the cataclysm not as a belligerent or nn ' ally, but In the matter of n loan that After a lapse of a very few Inconveniently expired within tlio year years, lo, here is a story about and which wouiu Hardly lie renewed a Prince of Graustark who is ' by Russia with tho prospect of vast expenditures of war threatening her none other than the son of treasury. The loan undoubtedly would Princess Yetive, the heroine be called, and Graustark was not in a of "Graustark." He is a full position to pay out of her own slender resources, two years of famine having grown man, very much full fallen upon thu people nt a time when grown, and very much of a t prosperity was most to bo desired. man. Moreover, there is a It was thu private opinion of Mr. beautiful girl in the offing, Withers that the young prince nnd the whose relation to Beverly of trusted agents who accompanied him on his Journey wero In the United Graustark is that of daughter States solely for tho purpose of arrangto mother; also there is a ing it loan through sources that could very shrewd, forceful, power-fu- l only be reached by persona! appeal. American multimillionaire But nil this is beside tho question. The young Prlnco of Graustark was with a brilliant and lovely enjoying American luwpltnllty. and no Now, given theso daughter. matter what he owed to Russia, Ameringredients, so to speak, and ica owed to htni its most punctllllous .. .;- - .;. .;. and Austria. PROLOGUE. j ' j ment says, has reached 1.",000. Finding the position untenable because of tho fire of both artilleries, tho French have evacuated tho Coto Do Tnlou, to tho west of Douaumont, and the position is now unoccupied, the French say, by either side. Tho military critics ot the Paris Temps writes that the situation north of Verdun is most encouraging. "Wo have evacuated on our left wing," he says, "a height extending from a point south of Champneuville to IJeaumont on which it would have been dangerous to stay too long since tho Mauso fthe river here makes a loop within which Champnouvillo Is situated) would have hampered tho falling back of our soldiers. All our first lino has retired to heights between tho hillside of Rowro and the wood of tho Vauche, and tho Germans aro now throwing themselves to assault this new position." Tho French war ofllce contradicts tho German claim of tho taking of tho Hardaumont heights. Tho communique says that a strong German attack in tho region of the Hardaumont farm, which is east of tlte Cote Du I'olvro, and another In tho Hardaumont wood, east of the Coto Du I'olvro zroko down under artillery and gun fire and counter attacks. The Germans have now begun an attack also on Verdun from tho east, as well as from the north, throwing sufficient forces against tho French lino In tho region of Moranvlllo and nianzee, on the Woovre plain to forco tho French advanced posts to fall back. Tho Germans followed up tho attack In an effort to reach Hill These attempts were checked. ma-chi- n the reader may trust IlcCutch- eon to mix them up to give them just the right flavor, to cook them to just the right turn and to serve a story pip- ing hot, which will give as many million hours of thor- ough enjoyment as "Grau- stark" and "Beverly of Grau- stark" did in their time. J ' ' 1 t J - J f J J J CHAPTER I. Matrimony Is Discussed. Y dear," said Mr. Blithers. with decision, "you can't tell me." "I know 1 enn't," said his wife, quite ns positively. She knew when she could tell him a thing and 'M when she couldn't. It was quite impossible to impart Information to Mr. Withers when he hail tho tips of two resolute lingers embedded In his ears. Mrs. Withers had lived with her husband, more or less, years, and she knew for twenty-live TO BUILD MORE TANKERS The Standard Oil Is Building Thirteen $1,000,000,000 Steamers. New York, Fob. 2S. The Standard OH company of New Jersey has begun tho construction of thirteen largo tank Btoamors, which will cost about each, according to announcement mado by John D. Archbold, president of tho company, beforo his departure for Porto Rico. Tho other companies of tho Standard Oil group ers, aged twenty. Mrs. Withers long ngo had convinced additional tankaro building thirty-siers, ho said. All theso now vessels her husband that no ordlnnry human will bo completed as speedily as pos- being of tho male persuasion was worthy of their daughter's hand and had sible. "Tho demand for oil Is tremend- set her heart on having nothing meaner than n duke on tho family ous," Mr. Archbold declared. "Wo alluded to it for awhile ns the produco If could sell all tho oil wo payroll with the choice lying between there wero enough ships to carry It Kugluud nnd Italy. for us." But now. Just ns they wero on the point of accepting In lieu of a duko an Guilty of Killing Greek. exceptionally promising count, the Danville. 111., Fob. 2S. Ilig John aforesaid event conspired to completeMurphy nnd Milton Armstrong were ly upset nil of their plans or notions, found guilty of tho murder of George so to speak. It was nothing less than Romans, a Greek section workman, the nrrivnl la America of nn eligible and tho punishment of both was llxcd prince of tho royal blood, a ruling years In tho ponlten-tary- . prince nt that. As n matter of fact, ho at nlnety-nlnIloth men aro n"groes. had not only arrived In America, but upon the vast estate adjoining tlielr x roll-Blit- hers o him like a book. Ho was a forceful person who would hnvo his own wny. even though he had to put his lingers In his ears to get it. .Moreover, when ho called her "my dear" instead of the customary Lou it was a sign of supremo obstinacy on his part and could not by nny stretch of the Imagination bo regarded as an Indication of placid affection. He always said "my dear" nt tho top of his vok-- and with a groat deal of Irascibility. .Mr. William W. Withers was a self mado man who had begun bis career by shouting lustily nt a team of mules In a railway construction camp. Other drivers had tried to Improve on bis vocabulary, but even the mules were able to appreciate tho futility of such an ambition, and later on, when he came to own two or three railroads, to say nothing of a few mines and a steam yacht, his ability to drive men was even more noteworthy than his power over tho Jackasses had been. Mr. and Mrs. Withers had been discussing royalty. Up to tho previous week they had restricted themselves to the nobility, but ns an event of unexampled Importance had transpired In the Interim they now felt that It would be the rankest stupidity to consider nny one short of a prlnco royal In picking out n suitable husband or, more properly speaking, consort for their only daughter, Maud Applegato Blith- consideration. The main point is that thu prlnco was now rusticating within wiiat you might call a fitouo's throw of tho capacious and lordly country residence of Mr Blithers; moreover, ho was an uncommonly uttractivu chap, with a laugh that was so charged with heartiness thac it didn't seem possible that lie could have a drop of royal blood In his vigorous young body. And the perfectly ridiculous part of the whole situation wns that Mr. and Mrs. King lived hi a modest, vine covered little house that could have been lost In the servants' quarters at Blltherwood. Especially aggravating, too, was tho Kings' nttitudc. They were really nobodies, so to sieak. nnd yet they blithely called their royal guest "Bobby" and allowed him to fetch and enrry for their women folk quite as If he were an ordinary whlppersnappcr up from the city to spend tlio week end. The remark with which Mr. Blithers Introduces this chapter was In response to an oft repeated declaration made by his wife. Mrs. Withers merely had stated but over and over again that money couldn't buy everything In the world, referring directly to social eminence nnd Indirectly to their secret "Is he cr-- ln luvo with her?" "Certainly. Why not? Isn't every ono sbo meets In lovo with her?" "1 I suppose so," he admitted sheep"And ishly. Ills face brightened; there's no reason why tills prince shouldn't fall heels over head, U there? Weil, then; you are! That will make n difference In the settlement, believe me. u difference of a couple of millions nt least If- "She nrnse abruptly. "You are positively disgusting, Will. Can't you think of any tiling but" "Say. ain't that Mnudle coming up the drlo now? Sure It Is! By gracious, did you ever see unythlng to beat her? She's got 'em nil beat a mile when it comes to looks and style Oh. by the way." lowering his and voice to u hoarse, conlldentlal whisper, "I wouldn't say anything to her about the murrlngc Just yet If 1 weru you. I want to look him over fltst." Prlnco Ilobln of Graustark was as good looking u chap as olio would see In n week's JoMrncy. Little would ono suspect him of being the descendant of a long nnd distinguished Hue of princes save for the unmistakable though Indefinable something In his eyo that exacted rather than Invited the homage of his fellow man. His laugh was n free and merry ono, his spirits as effervescent us wine, his manner blithe nnd boyish, yet beneath all this fair and guileless exposition of carelessness lay the sober Integrity of caste. Ills mother, tho beautiful, gracious and lamented Princess Yetive, set nil royal circles by the ears when she married thu American, Lorry, back In the nineties. A special act of the ministry iind legalized this .union, and tho son of iho American was not deprived of his right to succeed to the throne which bis forbears hud occupied for centuries. From his mother he bad inherited the right of kings, from his father the spirit of freedom; from his mother the power of majesty, from Ills father the power to seo beyond that majesty. When little more than a babo In arms ho was orphaned, and the affairs of state fell upon tho. shoulders of three loyal nnd devoted men who served as regents until he became of age. IIo was seven when tho great revolt headed by Count Murlnnx enmo so near to overthrowing tho government, nnd ho behaved like tho prlnco that be was. It was during those perilous times that ho came to know tho gallant Truxton King, In whose homo be wns now a happy guest But beforo Truxton King he knew tho lovely girl who becamo the wife of that devoted adventurer nnd who, to him, wns always to be "Aunt Loralnc." As n very small boy ho had paid two visits to the homo land of his father, but after the death of his parents his valuablo little person was guarded so Jealously by his subjects that not onco had ho set foot beyond the borders of Graustark, except on two widely separated occasions of great pomp and ceremony nt the courts of Vienna and St Petersburg, and n secret Journey to London when he was seventeen. (It appears that ho was determined to see a great football match.) On each of these occasions he was attended by watchful members of the cabinet and certain military units in the now fur from Insignificant standing army. As a matter of fnct. ho witnessed tho football match from the ordinary stands, surrounded by thousands of unsuspecting Britons, but cnrefully wedged In between two generals of his own army and flanked by n minister of police, a minister of tho treasury and a minister of wnr. all of whom wero excessively bored by the contest nnd more or less appalled by his unregal enthusiasm. He had insisted on going to the match Incog, to enjoy It for all It was worth to tho real spectators those who sit or stand whero the compression Is not unllko that applied to a box of YOU WILL LIVE LONOER AND BE HAPPIER I If Voi I'll f Ubc Only BLUE RIBBON FLOUR For Baking Pine Biscuits, Pies, Cnkc.i nnd Delicate Pastries Manufactured by Cannelton Flour Mills Cauneltoit, lud. L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning ".Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident,Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Henry Trent IJ. W. Trent P.. L Davis Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I ! I i Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Ky. M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. ni. each Sunday. cordi- All visitors.and strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary Commercial Supplies For the Business Man at This Office. Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves after you think It over," she said quietly, and he scowled In positive perplexity. "Don't you think he'd be a good match for Maud?" ho asked, after many minutes. He felt that he had thought It over. "Aro you thinking of kidnaping him. Will?" she demanded. "Certainly not! But all you've got to do Is to say that he's the man for Maud and 111111 do tho rest. That's the kind of a man I am, Lou. You say you don't want Count that Is, you don't want him ns much as you did and you do say that It would bo tho grandest thing In tho world If Maud could bo the Princess of Gross-tlck"- What's-IIIs-Namo you?" "Well, you will Price 25c Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves Price 5c Promisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- e sardines. The regency expired when he wns twenty years of nge, and ho became ruler in fact of himself as well as of the half million subjects who had waited patiently for the great day that was to seo hhn crowned nnd glorified. He was their prince, nnd they loved him Notes, 50 25 Cents Deed Covers Send your deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for well Mr. Blithers was very close to the truth when ho said (to himself, If you remember) that tho financial situation in the far off principality was not all that could be desired. It Is true that Graustark was in Russia's debt to the extent of some 20,000,000 gnvvos about In other words and that $30,000,000, two for 5 Cents Cents Cents lin- "You say you " don't want Count What's-Hls-Name.- Mounted Guns on Napoll. Napoll Is Now York, Fob. 2S. the third Italian stenmshlp to arrive hero within tho last few days with guns mounted. Tho Napoll carried guns mounted on tho two three-Incpoop deck. Slto Is a freighter and cap rlcB no passengers. Cost Before You Start to Eat. Cleveland, O., Fob. 2S. Kvury time s a guest sits down to eat In a hotel It costs tho hotel about 37 cents, Henri Iltgo, chof, says. This U for heat, light, waiter service, clean napery and dishes, Iced wator, butter, first-olas- To bread, salt and pepper. ambition to capture a prlnco of tho royal blood for their daughter Maud. Sbo had prefaced this opinion, however, with tho exceedingly Irritating Insinuation that Mr. Blithers was not In his right mind when ho proposed tho prlnco to spend a few weeks at Blltherwood, provided tho young man could cut short his visit In the home of Mr. and Mrs. King, who, ho had asseverated, wero lu no position to entertain royalty as royalty was In tho habit of being entertained. Long experience had taught Mr. In tlio Cntskllls. own Blithers to read tho lip and eyo lanPeculiarly promising to their hopes guage with some degree of certainty, was tlio Indisputable fact that the so by watching his wife's Indignant prince's mother had married an Amerl-can- . face closely ho was ablu to tell when thereby establishing a precedent she wns succumbing to reason. IIo behind which no constitutional obstacle was a burly, domineering persou who could thrive, anil had lived very hap- reasoned for every ono within range of pily with thu gentleman In spite of the lil-- i voice, mid It was only wbeu his :rltles. wife becamo coldly sarcastic that he It appears that tho prlnco after lei- ill wed ills ears and boomed his opln-linsurely crossing tho continent on iU wny Into her very teeth, so to say, Joy. around tho world hud come to the fully overwhelming her with facts lYuxton Kings for a long promised nnd which It were futile for her to attempt much desired visit, the duration of to deny. He wns nwaro qulto ns much which depended to somo extent on his no as If ho Iind heard the words that own Inclinations and not a little on tho k'h; was now faying: outcome of tho war talk that affected "Well, thert is absolutely no use two great European nations Russia n "Grausturk, Will." "That's what I said. Well, If you want her to bo tho Princess of THAT I'll seo that she Is, provided this fellow Is a gentleman and worthy of Tier. Tho only prlnco I ever know was a rascal, and I'm going to be careful about this one. You remember that measly" "There Is no question about Prince Robin," said sho" sharply. "I suppose tho only question Is, How much will ho want?" "You mean settlement?" "Sure." "Have you no romance In your sou). William Blithers?" "I never believed lu fairy stories," said ho grimly. "And, what's more, I don't take any stock In cheap novels In which American heroes go about marrying Into royal families and all that sort ot rot. It Isn't done, Lou. If you want to marry into a royal family you've got to put up tho coin." "Prince Uobln's mother, the poor Princess Yetive, married un American for love, let mo remind you." "Umpu! Where Is this Groostock, nnywny." '"Somewhero cast of tho setting sun,' sbo quoted. "You must learn how to pronouneo It." "I never was good at foreign languages. By tho way, whero Is Maud this afternoon?" "Motoring." IIo waited for additional information. It was not vouchsafed, so ho demanded somewhat fearfully: "Who withV" Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Estate and Chattel. Mortgages, 5 10 5 Pension Certificates, three for 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, en, legal size, price tho day of reckoning was very near at band. Tho loan was for a period of twelve years and bad been arranged contrary to the advice of John Tullls, an American financier, who long had been Interested In tho welfnre of tho principality through friendship for the lamented prlnco consort. Lorry. lie had been farslgbtcd enough tq realize that Russia would provo a bard creditor, even though sbo may have been slncero In her protestations of friendship for the modest borrower. A stubborn element lu the cabinet overcame his opppsltion, however, and tho debt was contracted, taxation increased by popular voto and a period of governmental thrlftlucss Inaugurated. Railroads, highways, bridges and aqueducts wero built, owned and controlled by tho state, and tho city of Edelweiss rebuilt after tho devastation created during the revolt of Count Murlanx and his minions. There seemed to bo somo prospect of vindication for the ministry, ami Tullls, who lived In Edelweiss, was fair minded enough to admit that their nctlon appeared to have been for, tho best. The people hud prospered, and taxes wero paid In full nnd without complaint. The fuud grew steadily and surely, and tbero was every prospect that when tho huge debt camo duo It would "Young Seovllle." be paid In cash. But on tho very crest no scowled. "IIo's a loafer, Lou. No of their prosperity camo adversity. For good In tho world. I don't like the way two years the crops failed, and a pestiyou let" lence swept through tho herds. There "He Is of a very good family, my was not so much as a penny left over tear. 1-"tor the so called slnktnir fund. Cents Printed Stationery including Statements and Sale Books. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, script, price $1.25 100 for Printing new cards from old plate, $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. Besi Pie Feed Yjn5f I've been SSSSI say. V. Mr. W.W. Hubbard, 1'ivsldont Indiana l'ulaud II .1 IHiUVIP JncKA.UII. La Fuiitnluo. Indiana. la m wrltlnir about ablo to get, i lieu he says. "It has lunven tho lZiSS feedjiajraurrowlux (red that hav ntl ttt 19 f betil Pl'o Dirt M1 1 H1 able lo add to my boic rlum." Uekoowi, 11 lia tried, thrm all. Tbla meal la clutUlo Iraf ruiitura ot alfalfa meat, meal. wolaMt. corn cruihed wheat, oata. fMl meal. II nrfl flaxseed a eure. quick frame trier and crouml ull.lrr. Write for full information. irlree,eto MfHI WW f HI C.. M4ll.,Bllttt,a rhear-M- .f 1 jours. I confess I have boon Riillty P t r r r n ptiifnuumenc 0 jf worso things than that. I havo !?. lelpcd to put 43 Republicans In Jail Observnllons of tho United States ind to Itcep them until tho election 9 weather bureaus tnken at 8 p, ra.o ON MARCH v r.. vns over, and It It had been nccos- - ojcsieruay ioiiows: o Temp. t Weather. jnry, I was ready to put 53 nepubll- In Jail to help Governor Stanley." .. :ans 21 Cloudy. Now York.,, Clear. IS. Ui impeachment ?. Iloston Rules Committees to Have Mors Cloudy. 23 6 Indlnnnpnllst . jommiiico 10 snow any corrupt mo-- . 21 Clear. Chi nno live In an7 Irregularity charged to ' Charge of Bills Before judgo Williams. Ho declared a Conn-- j Denver 20 I't. cloudy. .9. 2S S :y Judge could not bo perfect, and Clear. Louis Cloudy. IS Omalin " :hat tho alleged Irregularities lmput-;General Assembly Cloudy, New Orleans. ... 52 to Judge Williams were mistakes . Wnsli'n-Ion... 28 Clear. of tho head and not tho heart. Cloudy. San Frnnrlsro. . 52 Upon motion. Speaker Duffy Forecast Cloudy. IQ niTQTETl pointed n committee to present nrttc'os I TAMC nlLLlilflO Id UDolLlJ f impeachment to the Senate. If tho Impeachment Is upheld. Judge Wll- - MINERS SEEK FOUR-HOU- R DAY llama will be removed from ofllcc, ' may bar him from House Impeachment Proceedings Pass- - ind tho Senate Amicable Settlement OpBetween hMinR my offlc(j Q hmQT lmt or erators and Men Is Expected. ed Despite Fight of Meyers Tax prorIt undcr tho Commonwealth. In New York, Fob. 2S. Tho United Revenue Dill Is Presented. iddltlon, Judgo Williams will bo liable Mine have set Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Govern' , to Indictment and' punishment My tno out to Workers a of Americaday r obtain for all regular courts. or Stanley and his administration minors In tho country. backers will tiso every effort to havo Frank Hnycs, of tho pay bill, Intro- Tho passed, during the closing dnys of tho iuceii uy Henrcsontatlvo John T. union, nnd tho man who organized passed tho nnd mannged the Colorado coal strike, Legislature, thoso bills promised In Murphy, of Covington, made nn assertion to that effect bellouR0 by a vote of 57 to 32. the Democratic platform. ' protested fore the Labor Forum here. The Idea Representative Greene And. It Is enrtnln that tlmsfi will bo igalnst having bills taken out of their was roundly cheered. plvcn preference with tho Rules Rut Hnycs said that when tho minregular order and placed ahead of his of both Houses In charge of bill. The House supported ing Industry Is 100 per cent organized, r day can thoso to bo voted upon. Representative Murphy and tho bill something like n easily lie obtained. Ho has estimated reported and passed. ivas that If all of the miners worked so Representative Murphy In his speech many hours, six day In ovcry week, Tho Rules Commlttoo of the Sen- 3tipportlllg tllO bill declared that 18,tnt-no hnvo rl.nrro nml will rnn. cuoimh coal to supply tho country IDOO or 20,000 laboring men aio united nnneMfllflil lit 41m would be mined. measure i In favor ot tlio All nliilpnhle nnMlnmonf linlwnnil Mm Senate until tho close ot the session, ....... The motion of Rcnrcsentativo Las- - ,.u. i II IUUI ...i I1IIU1 tfllll UllUliHUiO which Is to bo Tuesday, March 14. ,ey t0 tako tIl0 bill from ox,JCOtc,, ns n raslllt of ,u PKOta. ' This commlttco will determine the the orders of tho day and put on tiona now in progress In this city, in which tho measures aro to be passage was defeated 4G to II. cor,jnft to jiayes, who is one of tho taken up and considered. Lieutenant! minors' representatives In tho con- u 111 Jieirusuiiwiivu i en y ference. Governor James D. Bind Is the ex- oi i.omsviue, prescrioing mo manner officio Chairman and the members who ,! GIVES CAUSE OF BLINDNESS were appointed by him aro Senators W, W. Boolcs, Thomas A. Combs, John Court, passed tho House unanimously. Penn. Medical Commission Says BeF. Ford, W. A. Frost, Sclden R. Glenn, ware of Cheap Perfumes. Tne House resolution, directing tho H. J. Overstreet, Samuel L. Robertson' Philadelphia, Feb. 2S. Ileware ot ' and G. G. Speer. They aro all Demo- certain cheap perfumes they may 1W1U iUlUlJU UUl Ul UUSlIlCaO UJ crats and tho majority of them are dry legislation their portion of tho cause blindness. Tills is one of the warnings issued friendly to the administration in all unearned Hcenso paid the state, passed Hin Qnnnfn fin in O Tlio rpQnlllllnn by the commission on conservation of things. nn !mm r,irc nf ti.o vision, recently appointed by tho ,vD nii During tho last ten days of tho ses- rf.iv l.v Renntnr Ronles nf Snennrr Pennsylvania Medical association sion, the Rules Committee of the Similar warnlnas are Issued against County. iHouso will have charce of all bills cheap whiskey, and the commission Is .. .... c ii frro r i ti isiir inn linen ni criTTi "'Yto be considered by the House. This committee Is composed of Speaker H.I I" "nfr.Tf- - VL treatment of the eyes of all babies im- " C. Duffy, and Representatives Glover , g of the bill mediately after birth. a H. Cary, R. T, Crowe, W. E. Dowling, stat0 "rfy.ns V.. nPn The chean nerfumes which are dan- appropriating $20,000 a year for font Odio Duncan, William Duffy, Frank C. Kerous are those which contain wood Uln Kcnttickv ""turacy ComGreene, R. B. Hutchcraft. Jr., C. W. Fumcg commlssIon ' Mathers, Harry J. Meyers, S. M. of these preparations cause conges- u unen, ueorge u. ricKeii, a.; stenograp- - tion of the blood vessels of the eyc- Price ... Joseph D. Puniphrey. This' i Providing for clerks and i.i. and . . PnnMniipil use results In nro- f - -i LllU r . UL 1U IJUliai LI1IU11L rll II Uil 11U1I. lmlln ,vc myopIn or nearsightedness, n goomy - ma- comminee a so co m and eventually may lead to total blind sentatlves by n vote ot 72 to G. ness. Appeals recently The Court of that have passed both Houses c,ded SuporlntBndont of i.llbnc follow: struction V. O. Gilbert did not have NEW FOUNDLAND GOES DRY Senate Bill No. 17, tho Strlcklett- - authority to employ any of the clerks law, which was an- - and stenographers In his olllce, and Law Will Be Rigidly Enforced In 1917, Pickett anti-pasproved by tho Governor February 10. state Auditor Greene refused to Issue1 Says Colonial Secretary. Senate BUI 103, the Knight bill to warrants for the salaries of thoso whoj New York, Feb. 28. J. R. Dennett, provide for tho employment of State had been employed by Gilbert. colonial secretary of Now Foundland, . inspector ana examiner isai u. &ew- 411 np;n vnnr ,svi,n arrived from St. John's bv tho ell's ofllce force, nrovlded for the enrnlovlnc of ten steamship Stenehano, said that, in House Bill 22, the Hobbs bill to per- - assistants which Includes five clerks anticipation of a protracted spell of It cities of tho second class to ac prohibition, tho drinking folk of New and flvo stenographers. quire and maintain law libraries. Foundland were laying in a big supHouse BUI No. 2, the Vance corrupt The colony has ply of drinkables. practices act. Representative Minor of Boyle Coun- voted that It shall be not only dry, House Bill No. 49. the Ryan act, ty, succeeded in having passed his bring into it any creating the ofllco of matron of the joint resolution requesting Kentucky's that but no one shall alcoholic drinks. Louisville police court. representatives In .Congress to vote The colonial secretary said he had Senator Rogers' bill No. Ill amend- against a proposed amendment to the rigiding the adoption of school textbooks Federal reserve act undertaking to no doubt that the law would bo ly enforced In 1917. As president of hiw'. extend tho authority of national hank: a urewing company .Mr. ucunuu Houso Bill No. 75 by Representaso t,0. may establish and operate that ho would be hard hit, but tlve Asa B. Pieratt, changing the times branch Institutions. Ho explained of all for holding circuit court in the Twenty 6uch an amendment is unfair to state ho nnd all the stockholders willing breweries and distilleries were first Judicial district. banks. The resolution was adopted to abido by tho decision ot tho ma by a vivo voco voto. jority of tho people. Representatives of tho farmers are Insisting upon tho enacting of a purej Auto Hits Car; Two Dead. Tho Senate passed the bill of Senseed law, while Louisville seedmen Wis., Feb. 2S. Two Milwaukee. appear to be opposing It with equal ator Robertson of Louisville, to perchildren to appear in were killed and three probably fatally mit vigor. stage performances by a vote of 26 to hurt, and two others less seriously Injured when an auto driven by Dr. E. Tho first general measure looking 1. dentist, was L. Eisen. n to reform Kentucky's revenue laws "Well, that's why I failed to get re struck by a street car In tho enst sldo was introduced in tho House by Representatlvo Hutchcraft of Paris, has the sponses to so many of my lettors,' district. The dead: Dr. Elscn, Hans The injured: I exclaimed a lad who had been dofeated Strolder, age eighteen. eupport of the administration. ElIzalKJth Eisen, olght, skull fracIt provides that all taxpayers must for a pageship upon reading in to property lists before the papers n statement attributed to tured; Edwin Eisen, six, skull fracor one ot his deputies. A rescntatlve John T. Murphy, of tured; Mrs. Eisen, concussion of brain. Is Imposed on tho Assessoi low, to the effect that he had "found who accepts a list not sworn to. men In the lower houso at Frankfort MARKET QUOTATIONS Tho measure provides for the ex who cannot read or write." Indianapolis, Feb. 23. . aminatlon of candidates for the olllce Cattle Steers. $5.5008.90; heifers, of Assessor by two or more members Tho Senate passed tho Knightof tho State Board of Equalization WJZ; bulls, $4.75(0.75. Hogs Rest heavies, $8.758.90; and Assessment and unless the can Meyers workmen's compensation bill Senators Sanders and light, $007; bulk of sales, $S.80. didato passes such an examination 31 to 2. Good to cholco, $0.75 Sheep his name cannot go on tho ballot foi Speer cast tho dissenting votes. 7.50; common to medium, $1(!JG.50; election. Tho County Board ot Supervisors A call for a Progressive Stato Con lambs. $0010.23. Chicago, Feb. 28. will meet after tho Assessor's work ventlon, to be held in Louisville Hogs nulk, $S.458.70; light. $8.05 and certify to tho Stato Board. The April 29, has been Issued by the State County Board aro given greater Executive Committee District mass 0S.O5; mixed, $8.3008.75; heavy $8.25 powers to investigate tho ownershli meetings wore called for April 22 tc 0S.75; roimh, $8.250S.IO; pigs. $G.S0 steers, of property. be held In the following cities, each 07.S5. Cattle Natlvo beef Tho expenso in connection with the representing a district In tho order $0.8509.50; stockors and feeders, Stato Board Is Increased from $0,00C they aro named: Princeton, Hondor 15.0507.70; cows nnd heifers, $3,250 to $15,000 under this bill. Tho back- son, Howling Green, Ellzabothtown, 3.25; cnlvos, $S.5011.25. Sheop ers of tho bill are confident that the Louisville, Covington, Loxlngton, Lan- Firm; lambs, $9.25011.35. I: added revenue will Justify this In- caster, Maysvlllo, Plkovllle and LonCincinnati, Fob. 28. crease In administrative expenses. I loss Packers and butchers, $8.50 don. 08.80: common to cholco, $5.5008.15; Cattle pigs and lights. $5.5008.25. J. E. Williams, tho Republican In Investigating tho accounts ol 3teady. Sheep Steady. County Judgo of McCrenry County, was Impeached by tho House of high various county olllccrs on fllo at the St. I.oulB, Feb. 2S. Attorney-GHogs Pigs and lights, $G0S.5O; crimes and misdemeanors, by a vote Stato Houso, assistants In tho olllco havo uncovered a mixed nnd butchers. $8.3508.70; good eneral's ot 43 to 45. leader, Harrj now form of graft. It is slmplo. A ieavy, $8.GO0S.7O. floor democratic Cattlo Steady. Meyers of Covington, made a most man Is employed by the sheriff at ?3 Sheep Steady. it Buffalo, Fob. 28. Ejflhint fight In his ondeavor to save a day to go after a prisoner. Ho Njlidgo Williams from Impeachment. gono ton days. That would Indicate Cattlo Actlvo. Veals Active. $44? his pay would bo $30. But In a 12.75. Hogs Heavy and mixed, $9.10 protosted vigorously nnd ploaded that pigs, for a square deal. He insisted that bill sont in to tho state for payment C9.15; Yorkers, $8.5009.10; Uie Democratic party In Kentucky la tho pay asked for was figured like 88.25; roughs, $7.8508; stags, $5 "too big, too great, too generous tfl this: Ten days of 24 hours mako 24C fJG. Sheep und lambs, actlvo; lambs, hours; a working day Is eight hours; (8011.85. play that kind of politics." "Tho worst thing ho has been 240 hours dlvidal by eight hours Toledo, Feb. 28. charged with," said Meyers, "Is thai makes ?0 days; at 3 a day it would Wheat-$1.16- Vi; corn, 7cj oats, ho V't six Democrats la Jail for si) be $90. Sheriff's profit $60. SESSION CLOSES A 1 14TH ... I ISPE CIAL! Until April 1, 1916 d t I T HEUE IT S5' IS! 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Miss Lottie D.ivis spent Sunday with her uncle, I'red Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kverett Carman, of Mook, tira the quests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Luwjs Allgood attended tho burial of his mother, Mrs. Nannie Allnood, nt Garfield Sunday. ATMs ;y&vz. yot zr- - mutv.'mkw Miss Fannie Dyer has returned from McQuudy where she (.pent several days the Kuest of her uunt, Mrs. Will Davis. A SPRING NOVELTY. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DavU were guests This Is onu of tho very newest sport of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin MIhkus Friday. saffron colored silk Jersey cut 8iilts.- -ii Mr. autl Mrs. Uoscoo Davis went to .... i. I'losi'H H. i. w .1 r.ii 'Pin. Louisville Thursday to buy upriiiK down the front with big brown novel- ty buttons, ns does tho slnjjlo breasted Roods. loose coat. I'leuso notlco how smart j Earnest Allen Is iu Louisville visiting aro tho collar nnd cuffs of brown glaz- - jlr- - aml Mrs, Uarneot Thoruhill. ed leather, which Is nlso used to face i Mr- "lulMrs. Koscoo Carman and Vu.i,imMH.nn. tho silt pockets. guests of Mr. and Mrs other interesting feature. With this 'children were elegant outfit goes a brown chip sailor unns. uiair unui 6imply trimmed with a soft bow and Miss Allien Cnrniuii has returned baud of satlu ribbon. The wliolo home after spending several weeks with speaks of simple elegnnce. Mrs. iSmmett lloralev, of her . Kk-ln LOUISVILLE HERALD AM) THE- - BRECKENRIDGE NEWS mail for One Year at Special price ol By S3.00 Kentucky 's ircatest newspaper delivered nt your homo each day including your homo paper, al tho price of .f'J.OO This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, 1916 Send Your Subscriptions to Gurfield. New Orleans in March will entertain convention National Association of Real Au Oregon mail has developed a mo machine for cleaning fruit. u The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. Estate Exchanges. it oS2Sc illsslll ALEXANDER'S 9th ANNUAL WHITE SALE! Started Feb. 23 at 9 a. m.. Ends March 4th Do not pass over this ad. until you study the values the prices are based on purchases made months ago before cost started skyward, and it is our best judgment that prices will continue to rise, so you will make no mistake by making your purchase "NOW" AT THIS SALE. f Laces of all kinds specially priced there are too many to mention. border, linen finish, very special 15c each or 2 for A pood I luck Towel, 10c c:ich or 3 for 25c 25g Scrim lOeptadcs 15c Miscellaneous 10c inch FilcH, very special 15c inch Files, very special 8c, 2 for ... Be Pot Covers, nil sizes, 10 to KJ inch 10c wash pan, .... All white and white Granite $1.35 Standard Oil Co., Kayo lamp, special .... 45c bucket White Syrup, .... 10c Soda, 5 pound!) for .... 25c Talcum Powder, 2 can for Collates 25c .. A eood Coffee, 2 pounds for An extra good Peaberry Colfcc, special, lb.. 19c 12 . 8te 12ic 35c grades grades 12jc grades 25c grades 25c 10c 19c 8 Ladies' Muslin Underwear Lot 22c very special Lot 2 Corset Cover, 44c .. very special Lot 3 Underskirts, 45c very special Lot 4 Underskirts worth 1.00, 84c special 5 Gowns worth $1.50, Lot $1.25 special G Gowns, very Lot ...45c special All other underwear greatly reduced. 1 . Corset Covers, luster, best natural bleach, very QOO special A 40 incji Mercerized Batiste, 25c value nt Ju 20 inch Flaxon Voile, 17ic quality, 14c special at 40 inch heavy weight, soft finish Voile, QEn 35c quality, special at Zuu 40 inch, extra weight, soft finish Voile, 07 1 40c quality, priced at Zl 2b King Phillip's Nainsook, 35 inches wide, 4 Qp worth 25c, priced at Ob Wamsutta Nainsook, 3G inches wide, 17Jc 4 X'Wt quality, priced at 40 inch Persian Lawn, worth 32c, , 01 ,. priced at Irili Cross Bar Dimity Checks, worth 12Jc j2u Corsets $1,00 grade American Beauty Corsets, sizes up to 32 $1.50 J. C. C. Corsets, priced at $2.50 Mudiime Graco Corsets, priced at $3.00 Madamo Grace Corsets, priced at SI. 25 $1.85 $2.40 Embroideries Fasti tch Line, loekstitched edges that will not ravel; perfectly bleached and will remain white. Wo will ask you to give this lino a careful look. Sample mailed on request. There are too many to quote prices, but they are all reduced. . at oj Table Linen 72 inch wide; worth . 0 very special Napkins to match, size 22x22 72 inch Satin Damask, worth (iOe; Tub special Ar- t72 inch Satin Damask, worth 75c; HUU special HO- 01 inch Satin Damask, worth 40c; OZu special A fow dozen drummer's sample Napkins, some linen and some mercerized, 25 percent discount 18x18 Linfccl Napkins, worth S5c; DuU special QP- 20x20 Linfeel Napkins, worth $1 25; Jub special II 10x10 Linfccl Napkins, worth 50e; HHb special 1 1 1.25, all linen, 01 1 IU Dimity Stripes, worth 12Jc, 9c priced at , 30 inch Beetled finished Glasgow Linen, 4 Ql I Z2u worth 15c, priced at the thing for 4 36 inch Caimnn Croth, just Uu worth 12c, priced at. 30 inch Bainsleys linen finish, special Z2u priced at Bed Spreads Bridal quilts, Marseilles pattern, sizo 72x84, $1.50 quality, priced at Monarch quilts, crochet hemmed, sizo 77x87, $1.75 quality, priced at .... Monitor quilts, cut corners, fringed, $1.25 quality, special .Monarch quilts, sizo 72x84, very special .. 100 $1.25 $1.35 Q Staples 9-- 4 . A- To wels-n- o . . w is the tim e . 22Jx45, extra heavy Tuikish Towel.-- : ZOU .. 35u value 18x45 frinjied, heavy Turkish Towels Zuu special 15c, two for nr 10x32, a splendid Turkish towel: 10c .. Zuu each or 3 for 18x30 I luck Towels, pink jncquard monogiam . nr. nr. Hope and Advertiser, AA. bleached Cotton, per yard lloosier Cotton, per yard Pcpjierill Bleached Sheeting 10 4 Peppcrill Bleached Sheeting Peppcrill Brown Sheeting Pride of the Laundry, bleached Clark's O. N. T., Spool Cotton, per spool 4 9-- 4 4-4 8C Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothing Honest merchandise made to look and wear well, the product of skilled designers and experienced tailors. Our spring lino is complete and this clothing will be offered in this sale to give our customers a chance to make tbeir entire purchase for spring. :..95c 51c J5c 25c 27c 29c 25c All Linen Marked Down and remember they aro very scarco 30 inch linen, cmbroiderery F o finish, special Ik 4c "Ladies Read" Wo are showing the Famous Fitting Footwear; a complete lino of "Dorothy Dodd'' slipper in All the new leathers. Pure Irish linen, very special 36 inch Handkerchief linen, worth 60c, 30 inch 45c .45c 65c priced. 36 inch Handkerchief linen, worth 75c, White Piece Goods 30 inch Crepe Voile, a beauty, special 15 OP-p- yard .... Zuu inch Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, permanent ... er Monarch White Plaited Shirts well worth $1.00, sizes 13J to I'i special at 85c priced 90 inch Linen Sheeting, this is 1. 50 value, priced 40 inch Indian linen, during this sale all-line- n, $1.25 9c .1 - ED. F. ALEXANDER, The Busy Store" Hrown. It will meet with Misits Grace and Genevieve Hrown Saturday aftei-noo- IRVINGTON. KY. Spring Wall Paper 31c to 10c per Roll This Sale is For Cash Only dinsburg is always sorry to give up gool citizens. Misses Kdith and Helen Wilson, of Fordsville, spent the week end with their aunt, Mrs. Vera Jarboe. George Evans made a business trip HARD1NSBURG. Use well the moment; what the hour ISrings for thv use is in thv power, And what thou cans' t understand, U just the tiling lie.--, nearest to th -- Oojthe. hand. n. Andrew Uiiikell opened a Normal Monday in the Red Men's hull. Mrs. Paul Compton visited her father, Jesse Macy, near Garfield, last week. Moorimn Ditto spent the week end in Glen Dean with friends. to Louisville last week. Paul Wilson, of Irvington, spent Sun-di- y Mr. and Mrs. Joel II. File will return in town. to Washington, D. C, today alter spending two months in Atlanta, Ga. 1 ft' ft! The campaign editor, Mr. Thornton, is of Louisville, for the Reccrd-l'resbeing kept busy answering questions. A number aro lr inn for the Maxwell car. Miss Maud Brown, after a visit to her parents, has returned to New MadUon, Indiana. Dr. Joe Norman left Thursday for Chicago after an extended visit to his brother, Rev. J. F. Norman. Little Miss Hxie Lewis has been confined to her home for a week with the Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander entertained Misses Clara Heard, Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Hurtled to a candy When you feel dull and stupid after pulling Thursday night. eating When constipated or bilious. Prof. R. V. Maxey and daughter, When you have a sick headache. Helen, of Klizibethtown; l'rof. Jones, When you have a sour stomach. of Hrandenburg, and fifty from FordsWhen you belch after eating. contest ville, attended the oratorical When you have indigestion. Friday evening. When nervous or despondent. Mrs. Dick Neal and Miss Garnett When you have no relish for your Young, of Fordsville, were the guests meals. C. A. Tinius was in Louisville Thursof Mrs Vera arboe Friday and attendWhen your liver is torpid. day and Friday. ed the contest. Obtainable everywhere. grip. Misses Vema Smith and Ruth Ramsey Prof. Schultz, Mrs. Schultz and Miss left Monday for Hardiusburg to attend Miss Lilyiau llsard left for Louisville Quisenberry, of Fordsville, were the the Normal. Friday. Miss Heard will not return guests of Miss Katie ISskridge Friday. STEPHENSP0RT. here but will join tier family in Constipation causes headache, IndiMils Nell Pate, of Owensboro, has gestion, drowsiness. For a mild open-lu- g been the guest of Misses Hess and 11. Gardner was in Owensboro Mrs W. Miss Monica Tea IT, after a month's medicine, use Doan's Kegulets. Aliene Hook. Thursday. visit to relatives and friends here, will 25c a box at all stores. W. N. Warren comes from Illinois Mrs. A. J. Dieckmait and Mrs, Harleti leave this week for her home in Little this week to accept a position with H. Morgan spent Friday in Cloverport. Kock, Ark. Hats Going Up. Mr. Warren will F. Heard & Co. Mrs John Gibson, of Sample, was in Mrs. George IJvans is in Louisville will occupy Mrs. Ditto, the hat man, is writing bring his family and John T. town Friday. purchasing her sprint; millinery. his customers that hats are climbing up Susan Squires' property. Mrs. A M. Miller returned to Clover- in price on account of the war. He adage of 85, Mrs. Gabe ltrickey, ut the Mrs Susan Squires came up from port Friday, accompanied by Mrs. G, died last Friday murninK at her home vises them to buy now before they get Cloverport Monday to visit her son, W. Payne Clover Creek, and was buried Satnear out of bight. This is not only true of George Squires, and other relatives. urday. Mrs. W. J. Schopp returned home hats but of all other goods. The clothDean, of Glen Dean, Miss Amanda Thursday, after an extended visit to rel- ing manufacturers are alarmed at the Sheriff A. T. Beard took u car load of entered the Normal Monday. atives in Louisville. scarcity of wool and dye stuffs. Few to Louisville last Thursday. stock Mr and Mrs'. Paul Compton enter W, J. Schopp is in Louisville this of the mills are able to give them all Mrs. Will Heauchamp visited her talned to a six o'clock dinner last Wed the cloth they want. mother, Mrs. Jarboe, who Is ill at Kirk, nesday evening Messrs. H, Morris, week. Mrs, Sam Gilbert, of Owensboro, is last week. John P. Huswell, Jr., of Louisville, and La Grippe and Fever Cured. the guest of her sister, Mrs, J as. Hall. Mrs. Fauuie Hland has the Willis Green, of Falls of Rough. Henry Ploch, of Tell City, Ind., was "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever A new club has been organized in M. D Heard attended the automobile town. The Social Six, composed of the guest of his brother, Philip Ploch, Tnnlccured my husband of LaGrippe and Fever after other remedies failed." show in Louisville last week. Misses Pauline Compton, Emma Helen Sunday, LULA C. ROACH, Drlfton, Fin. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, is and Mrs. C. L. Iicud and family Haswell, Catherine Kincheloe, Mar Mr. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Hook, Grace and Genevieve the guest of Mrs. V. J, Schopp. will move to Kllzabethtown today. Har- - garet When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets. ft ft ft ft ft A Growing Bank Bank of Cloverport KRJHUKflRIBS i DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ft:ft?m. Alwuys In office during cfllco hours! Irvington, Kj. Farmers Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House whoro ovory hogshoad of Tobacco is carefully looked GLOVER & DURRETT, pneu-moni- a. after and Manager sold for its full market value and returns promptly made L. T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr.