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The Breckenridge news: March 22, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916032201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 22, 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 THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 r VOL. XL Sold Storehouse. I CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1916. MADE MANAGER. Engage in Fight After Church Services. Hardinsburg, March 20 After church services had closed at Robins school house, near this city, Mrs. Austin Arms nnd Mis Sudio Robins begun n quarrel which resulted in u serious light. The light was taken up by Mrs. Arms' husband and Edgar Robins. Both Miss Robins and her brother received several serious injuries from a knife. Mr. Anns received n considerable blow on the head from a club. Several are under arrest. Pages No. 38 have sold rav storehouse to Mr. Conrad Simons and I have several thouIn stock and several thouGREETSLOCAL TALENT sand dollars worth of futures bought Breckenridge County Boy Maksand dollars ing Good in Wichita Falls, that will be shipped In within the next three months. All these goods will be EvenTexas. At Opera House Thursday thrown on the market at n low figure. House Was Filled to Tnis stock consists of dry goods, shoes ing. und forming implements. Prank L. Mercer has been appolnte1 1 Splendid ProOverflowing. propose to share profits with my general manager of the Kali 's store, succeeding M. L. Hlrschfelder, recustomers. Come In and see me. gram Given. signed. Julian H. Brown. Mr. Mercer has been with Kahn's company for two year., having ben In Reorganize Sunday School. "RAZZER JIM'' A SUCCESS. selling force, nnd as buver The people of Pisgah neighborhood chaige of the 2 o'clock for the men's department. During that A large crowd attended the minstrel will meet Sunday the 26th, nt time he has made a large uumoer of Thursday evening given by some of to reorganize the Sunday School. friends who will be glad to hear of the W. B. Taul. Supt. the members of the Kr.lghts of Pythias promotion which lias come to him. lodge of this city. The spectacle pre That he Is amply qualified for the poCard of Thanks. visitor." was sented ti the eye of the sition is assured by the successful record one not familiar with these unique enThe children of Mrs. E J. Porter exEvery seat In the press the kindness shown them at the he has made in the position he has tertainments. heretofore held nnd by his succes ful house was occupied and the auditorium death of their mother. career fore coming to this city. was filled to overflowing. Mr. Mercer announces that there will The evening's entertainment began Improvements Made be no change in the policy of the store. with a "Crest" overture by the whole in Bank of Cloverport. As in the past, the store will carry only company of black faced comedians, In goods the best lines of ready which the national melodies and favor The Batik of Cloverport bus had a and ltc songs of other days such as: new wall placed In the building, divid- for men and women, keep every effort tne business "Dixie Land," "Old Black Joe." and ing the banking room from the City will be put forth to by "Swane Kibber" were remarkably dls Tax Collector's office and the directors up to the standard set for the store played. These sonas were Interspersed room. The partition has large glass its founder, thi late Alex Kalin. Wichwith comics which made the beginning wiudows extending the whole length of ita Daily Tinifs. Wichita Kails. Texas. very Interesting indeed. the room which makes it verv attracImmediately after this occurred the tive. This bank is one nmnuj the clean- Prof. J. C. Steele to Head end men jokes, which kept the audi- est and best kept buildings in the city. the Hardinsburg Schools. ence ln( an uproar all during the per formauce. Surprise Party. Hardins! urg, March 17. The Special songs, appropilate of the oc Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Odewalt enter- County Hon rd of Education 1ms casion, were sung by Horace Tucker, Emmett Edmondson, Mike Tucker, tained their guest. Miss I.ucile Odewalt, elected Pi of. .1. C. Steele SuperinW. A. Hoff and Addis Kramer and Friday evening with n surprise party. tendent of the Breckenridge CounGames were the diversions of the evenlvjUre very much enjoyed. Misses ty High School for next year. Thos present were: ' The special feature of the evening ing Emily Mr. Steele holds tin A. H. degree Claudia l'ate, .Martha Willis, was the after piece eutltled i'Razzer Keid, Mary Owen Oelze, Mary l'ate and from one of the best colleges of Jim, "in which Jim lias a fit and during the scene a "real uegro" made his ap- I.ucile Odewalt; Messrs. Forrest Weath-erbol- t, Oklahoma. lie served us lirst asDonald Gregory, Miller Ferry, pearance. sistant superintendent hero last The music for tilts occasion was pur- Eldred Babbagc and- Arthur Couch. year und is now teaching in the chased from M. Witmark & Sons, of Paducah High School. Mr. Steele Entertain Friends. New York. The committee in charge is an athlete, lie will succeed program wrote them and exof the Miss Martha Reid and Miss Emily plained what was wanted, the music Reid delightfully entertained their Prof. T. S. Williams, who has was sent and almost every piece that friends to a candy pulling party Thurs- been here three successive years. was used was the Witmark & Sons' day evening at their home on Main Mr. Williams docs not cure to reown selection. street. The guests included the mem main longer, and therefore was bers of the Girls' Club and their friends. BeardQuiggins. not an applicant for the position. Missionary Meeting to Mark Beaid and Miss Lila Qulggins, Scores Use of Profanity be Held at Irvington. both o Hudson, were married WednesIn Speech. day, March 15, ut the residence ot Rev. '1 . 1. 1, rAddressing the jury yesterday afterThe I'resbyterial Meeting of the WoySiemony. They left on the train tor man's Missionary Socities of the Louis- noon, Judge J. R. Layman scored the Oneda, III., their future home. Miss ville Presbytery will meet at the Pres- use of profanity in speeches made by atAnnie Meador accompanied them as fur byterian church at Irvington Thursday torneys. Judge Layman's expression as St. Louis. She is going to Seliua, morning at 9:30 o'clock, anil will be an was provoked by utterances made by a Texas. On Wednesday night Louisville lawyer during the trial of the all day meeting. at 7:30 o'clock there will be an interest- Skaggs damage suit, and that Judge Home Dynamited. ing meeting; the speaker of the evening yesterday said that the offender would being Mrs. D E. Wiber, of New York, have been fined for contempt of.court except for the fact that he was a visiting Irvington, March 20. For some un- field secretary. barrister Eluabcthtown News. known cause the house of Horace Payne-WaggonFisher, colored, was dynamited Friday Sheriffs' Allowances. night about 8 o'clock. The explosion The marriage of Mr. James Waggoner partially destroyed the home and conFrankfort, Ivy., March 20. and Miss Nancye L. Payne, of Hardins. tents. burg, was quietly solemnized at3 o'clock Sheriffs will be allowed 10 cents a Saturday afternoon in the parlors of the mile for only one way bringing Bennett- - Dutschke. Sunlight hotel in Canneltou, Ind., by prisoners to the State prison, the Rev. Carl Schneider in the presence Miss Cora Benuett and Mr. E. O. of a few friends State Auditor Greon said today. Dutschke, both of Amnions, were mar Mrs. Waggoner is the attractive daugh- Sheriffs claim mileage both ways, rled March 12 in the English church ter of Mr and Mrs. Lewis Payne, while but the Auditor said the law, as by Rev H. J. Dlackburn. Miss Tlda the groom is a prominent farmer and the ho understands i', allows only ono Bargerand Mr. G. 'N. Dutschke were son of and Mrs. L. L. Wagway. A suit muy result to test the only attendants. After a short goner. wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Dutschke They returned from Owensboro Sun- the question. will reside here. day evening. 600 Pound Steer in Auto. 11 1 er. Ex-Jud- LARGE AUDIENCE ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum No Phosphate Sells Car Load Mules. ACTIVEJARKET At C Vic Robertson sold to J. M. Haley and II. L. McCulloiigh, of Murfreesboro, Cattle Pens In Louisville. Tenn., last week, $160 per head. Bluegrass Sheep Men May Pool Their 1916 Wool. The highest price ever paid for wool in this country, according to statistics, was in 1878, when it went to forty three cents per pound, but 19I6 will surely see it go tills high, if not higher, as forty cents already has been paid for May delivery. The first sale at the above price was made'oy James II. Thompson, a fanner near Winchester, who disposed of his crop, May delivery, to a Lexington dealer. Many Clark county farmers cents, behave contracted for thir'.y-fivlieving that at this price there was big monev in the crop. An effort is' on foot now to pool the local crop and sell in one lot, just as the hemp crop was disposed of. Danville .Messenger. e Receipts of 1,222 Head Sold at Steady Level. Top on Hogs $9.45. The cattle market was the stockyards in Louisville Monday. Trices were fully steady and a top of $S..v") was reached in the steer division This price was for a straight load of twenty-on- e prime finished steers, ltest handy weight butchers were in good demand at firm prices. The medium anil common kinds were steady. Demand for canuers and cutters continued active. Bulls were steady. 2.1 head of mules at This was their first trip to this market. They were well pleased with their purchase. Nearly Lost His Mind. Cook's experience with a .o horse power oil engine has not been a pleasant one. Says he nearly lost his mind fooling with it The Irvington Mill & Elevator is now running under a full head of steam. Mr. very nctive nt Splendid School Record. .Miss Ara Bandy, VINE GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Smith left Sunday for Chicago, after spending two weeks with relatives here. Frank P. Swan, of Konawa, Okla., wno has been in the hospital at Shawnee, for the past three weeks, returned to his home Wednesday night much improved. Kcv. and Mrs. H. V. Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter. Zelma, to Mr. Edward Vonts, of Central City. TSe wedding will take place in June. The Methodist Ladies' Aid held an old fashioned spelling bee at Crutch-er'- s opera house last Tuesday night. Refreshments were served and all ro port an enjoyable time. Mr. Mose Hudgins, who for several years has conducted a blacksmith shop on High street, lias rented the shop formerly occupied by Ves Mercer on East Main street, moved his equipment yesterday and is now at his new lo cation. The cyclone whlc.i visited our town on Tuesday of last week did a great deal of damage in a small way. A few out buildings were unroofed, the sky lights were blown from tl e roof of the loose leaf warehouse nnd Hying timbers slightly injured Mrs. John C. Cowley. The greatest damage done by the wind was done to Carter Bros.' tobacco barn on west Mam street, which was blown oil its foundation Sentinel. GARFIELD. John Moredock was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford at Har-ne- d last week. Abraham Compton was kicked by a mule a few days ago and Is suffering from the effects of it, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Smith, of Louisville, attended the funeral of Mrs, John Haswell at Iliroiusburg last Tuesday. They were guests of relatives here for a short visit. Meivln Adams leaves this week for Mrs. Adams and little Blair, Neb. daughter, Miss Mildred Adams, will remain here for the summer. Miss Anuie Mildred Smith was the week end guest of her parents at Hens- lv. Lou Hardinsburg Pharmacy Irvington Pharmacy THE DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY A well conducted prescription pharmacy is the pluco to sehen you lect for your proscriptions and family recipes. medicines you depend upon results. You cet the expected take results from our drugs nnd medicines, compounded by competent pharmacists. A GOO pound steer belonging to Peak & Fletcher, of this county, was a passenger in a Ford automobile from Valley Station to West Point several days ago. The steer, which was in a bunch of cattlo purchased nt Hourbon Stock Yards, und being driven out from Louisville, guvo out, and was tied in tho buck seat of the auto. Elizabethtown News. "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" We uro Agents for the famous Smithsonian and New York Elastic Trusses us fit you free. GuaranLet teed satisfaction New Business House. Guaranteed Rubber Goods See our line of Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Etc., before purchasing elsewhere. We sell you a Red Rubber 2 quart rapid How Syringe for $1.00. Sold by others for $1.50. Julian II. Brown has bouirht tho corner lot known as Reidol's corner from Marion lichen for Ho will erect on it a two$1,000. story brick business houso. Ho bus already bought his material und work will begin at onco. - & ' KODAK KODAK New Depot at Mystic. A now depot is boing built at Mystic. This h a growing station and tho business demanded it. Travelers und shippers appreciate the improvement. "Ve are agents for Eastman Kodak Co. You never reach the limit; there's always more fun in a kodak. A source of con tinual dolight to the, children and the grown. ups as well. We do Your Printing and Developing FItEE Gregory, ot Evelelgh, visited relatives here Thursday. Lannie I'ool anU wile had for their guests Sunday, Mr. ami Mrs. Tom I'ool and Mr. ami Mrs. Willie Meador. Mirs Coleman, our milliner, arrived Tuesday. We certainly welcome her back again, Mr and Mrs. A. M. Wood, Harvey Wood and Miss Ida Dowell spent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. Frank Dowell. Mrs. Cora I'ool has been with Mrs. George Gilpin for a few days. We are glad to kucw that Mrs. Gilpin Is improving. Miss Ella Dowell went to Louisville Sunday, Dempsy Morris Is very ill. daughter of C. R, Bandy, Irvington. No. 2, has been going to .school for five years and lias never missed a day during the whole tiuje. The run of hogs reached 4.15 head, This is a splendid record and made by choice corn fed hogs, l6" pounds and up, very few girls of twelve years of age. ?j.5; I'Jil to 16, pounds, iS.90: pigs, Started on Four Dollars a Month $7. 25 and 57.90; roughs, S..s. The market for cat ves was steady, best Judge Matthias Miller, one of Breckveals bringing y&i'j'io; medium and enridge county's largest ta payers, calves, says be started working on a farm at Light common kinds slow verv dull. a month. In those days he said you could buy a good cow and calf for 5 and Junius Dowell was the gutst of his a good horse for $25 and other things in proportion. uncle, John Marshall, Sundav. I). II. Smith was in Louisville MonUse of Old Papers. day on business. You can't heat newspaper for wrapMr. nnd Mrs Thurmau Smith spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. V. W. ping blankets, furs and winter clothing in the summer mouths The moths Smith. abominate the smell of ink, and the Mrs. D. 11. Smith, of Hensly, was taste, too, for they never attack stuff so the guest of Mrs. H. B. Moorman of packed away. Tuesday. llarneil, A wad of newspaper is fine for g Mr. and Mrs. Houston LrGrand and down a cooking range or stove. family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Haines and As a window and mirror polisher a baby, Mr. anil Mrs. Ben Bruington and piece well rubbed between the hands to little daughter, Margaret Leigh, Mrs. further soften and folded witii a smooth Lucy Hay ties, Unas. Dowell, Judge surface can not be beatteu. and Mrs. D. D Dowell were entertained at the hospitable hume of Mr. and Mrs. Stock Sales. Austiu I.eGrand Sunday for dinner. Lewis Norton sold Ginger Bandy six Mr. and Mrs. Krauk Bullock, who recents, to be delivered cently moved to Nebraska, wiite back shoats at that they are pleas tntly locited with a about June I, splendid position, and are greatly Gray & Butler, Custer, shipped last pleased with their new home. week two loads hogs, 20I) pounds nver-ag- e, sold at $9.70 and a 5 cent premium. They bought too he id from Lobe Trent Mrs. Alf Taylor at Si. cents, delivery May 1, Dying at St. Joseph's. l'ercy Blaiu killed two durock jersey hogs, 8 months and 22 days old, that Woid was received here as The weighed 714 pounds. They were the Breckenridge News noes to press Maysey stock. N. G. Barbee, Stephensport, sold last that Mrs. Alf Taylor, of Hardinsburg, is dying in the St. Joseph's week a nice bunch of hogs at g 75, Pete Maysey sold to Ralph Whitehead, Mrs. Hospital in Louisville. Rome, Ind., a yearling gilt for $35 and Taylor has many friends and relaone boar pig to J. K. Vessells for $10. tives wbo will be grieved to hear II. L. Waggoner shipped 13 head of of her death. hogs, 215 pounds average, brought $9 7."). He made a nice profit and was well Died, Aged 110. pleased witli his first venture in stock Ashland, Ky., March 8. Mrs. Lou buying. Ann Moore died at her home at I'riu l'ercy Beard shipped 200 hens last cess, near Ashland, this morning, at the week that brought him $300. age ot no years. She retained all of her Dr. McDonald sold Gibson & Sanders faculties until a few days before her death, and did all of her own house a fine young horse for JtifiO. G. P. Carman bought a sow and four work. Her demise followed a severe He sold the four shoats to pigs for attack of the grip, Hawkins Smith for $40, New Baptist Church. Monday was stock day nt Webster. Geo. Eskridge sold Nat Arms a mule had the contract J. K. Bramlette, who for building the first Baptist chinch in for $l2."i. Gustou, finished up his job last week Beard Bros, sold a load of hogs in and turned over the keys. It is a hand- Louisville last week at $9.50. Their some church. local sales were: One pair Jmare mules to Henry Carman for $125, three jersey Motor Car House. heifers to Rev. J. lf. Knue for $125, The Henderson Route is building a four jersey heifers to Iviu Beaviu for motor car house at Irvington, It will $150, one mule to R. M, Rowland for e house 6 or 8 cars. These motor cars are $150, one cow and calf to William for $.5, one mule to Gardner Board the joy of the section men. for $130 and one to Ed Hook for $125. 1 rub-binJar-bo- Secure Good Contract. The Webster Stone Company has seThere will be a farmers meeting at cured a gooil contract for their stone dust from Indianapolis. This dust is Irvington City Hall Saturday, March -- 5. to perfect arrangements for the used with asphalt for street paving. Couutry Fair this fall. T. B. Miller, of Valley Station, will be pleased to meet Hardly. Mrs. Knwler Do you couslder Alice the farmers on that day tor the purpose very good looking? Mrs. Blimderby of raising pickles for Ills factory. EvOh, Alice Is pretty enough, but I erybody Is Invited to attend the meetwould not cull her nil Adonis. Boston ing. Transcript He who has conquered doubt and fear baa conquered failure. Jamea Farmers Meeting. Ships Shells. D, Phelps shipped three cars of shells to Eastern points last week. 11. DIES INKANSAS Mrs. Mary Frances Age of Doctors Agree On uimmiinimMimiHtniinmiimiiiHiMnimmminmmimnifmiii ; eczema neraeay Cemflrm (he Statements About D. D. D. Prescription STRICT RULES OF , Clarkson . Dies at Years While Visiting Relatives Seventy-Thre- e SPRING OPENING! MARCH 24 and 25 CE.A in the Wast. only n few war correspondents shall AXTEL. nccompany the American forces into Mexico. Sccretnry of War Baker has upheld Henry Critchlow left last week for Hardinsburg. where he will enter tho decision of General Funston. but strong pressure is being brought to school. bear on him to throw open tho doors. The Music will be Free, Come, Enjoy it! and brother enter Miss Nettle l'ool Tho degree of censorship Imposed by tained a crowd of young people Sunday General Funston so fur lins been mild G L. Jarboe and family are prepar , compared to that ho can exorcise lin ing to leave Kentucky for Springfield. dcr the nrmy regulations. It Is pre- seriueu 111 we a'unuunins mm eensor- III., in a few days Mrs. Hishop. snip wiuun me menicr or. operations demonstration of the 57 Varieties we know must die, Mrs. Anna Ilowlds and daughter, . "True, all i,r tMn Pommnll(inr nt thn Though none can tell the exact ap Agnes, were the guests of Mrs. B. F. ncl,i ladies who visit our Style and forccs An 0,nccr l8 aliened, ns of Heinz's Pure Food Products at to miinted hour: day last week censor nnd provided with necessary as- Nor should it cost the virtuous heart a Hinton and family one our Opening. are pure and Fashion display 24. kIpIi. Hena Kskrldire will start to Hardins- - slstnnts. Whether death doth crush the oak, or burg In a short while, where she will wholesome. Come, Stops Public and Private News. nip the opening llower. attend school. Censorship Includes censorship over Unstained by any crime, J E Wilson nnd family, of near private communications nnd over press Which to maturer year might owe McDanlels, nnd William Jarboe and publications ami communications. their birth, All private communications, whether family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs In summer's earliest bloom, or morn they bo of officers, soldiers, foreign atinn's prime, A J. F Jarboe Sunday. Spring and Summer Millinery. taches, newspaper correspondents or How blessed are they who tiuit tnis Alma Cannon spent one day last any other Individuals, dispatched visit to this will be enjoycheckered scene of earth!" from tho theater of operations aro lln-- I week with Maggie Bowlds. able and profitable. A censor Is nuthor-- ' Lee Chancellor, Jr., of McDanlels, ble to censorship. When to Take Chamberlain's spent last Sunday with relatives at this lzed to suppress any statement that might be of value to the enemy or prejTablets. place. udicial to tho welfare of the forces In tho field. When vou feel dull and stupid after Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks AH newspapers or Journal In tho eating. make your wants known; let us demonstrate to theater of operations are subject to When constipated or bilious. Earlier. are the summer shoes of pure style you that you should buy your goods here; that censorship, nnd they can bo suppressed When you have a sick headache we have everything that you can net elsewhere In every lot of hogs on feed two or by the censor whenever he deems it and solid comfort, with unexcelled When you have a sour stomach. and more too; that we have the Style, Quality three weeks quickly and actually eat, expedient. wearing efficiency. When you belch after eating. and prices. L'ueh correspondent is required to less than others, if all would fatten When you have indigestion. file un application giving a brief hislike these, the entire drove would be When nervous or despondent. ready for the market six weeks earlier tory of his career and to take nn oath When vou have no relish for your and to save six weeks feed is an item of loyalty of the usual military form. meals. Their employers are required to give that you fully understand. bond for them. Men who have eviWhen your liver is torpid. The hog that fattens easily must be dently secured credentials with n view j Obtainaole everywhere. n prime physical condition. The B. to adventure rather than serious work A. Thomas Hog i'owder is a condi as correspondents will not bo received, tioner for hogs. It keeps their system and the secretary of war lias power to BEECH EORK. clean and healthy and enables them to say to whom passes shall bo given. The regulations provide that an offifatten quickly without falling a prey The energetic farmers of this com to the uiual diseases ot hogs. The B. cial photographer shall accompany other important In- munlty arc through burning plant bedi. A. Thomas Hog Powder is not stock each Held army or ...... .11 t...., .t.,1.1 r.. .1. iium nvc. r,t nuns jiuul inn Hubert Illake has moved In the food. It's straight medicine, and ..... tii'i'i'iuii-iiipiaies win no sent to Washington property recently vacated by Alex took the agency because it enables ou promptly, where prints will bo Issued n ritiijiuiitirrtfii (iintiii itkftJ)4iijiiLittitriitiiiijiiiiiiiriiiiiiiJtiiJiriiiiiiiit4tiiiiriiitriitrtiJiiiiitririiJiiiLtiJiiiiiiaui iiJiiruiJiiitiiiiLiiiJifit itin til tiiiiiriniit tiiiriiiiiimii iiiiirimiiiii (itji to feed out your hogs much earlier at a nominal cost to tho press. No proHall. Mattingiy were For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. fessional photographers and moving Mr. and Mrs. James picture men will be received. the guests of his brother. I 'at MatItegular correspondents may carry tingiy, Sunday. Do Not Let a Good Thing Pass. small hand lilm cameras, but the Alms John M. Beatty were In Hardinsburg Dear Mr. Babbage: Although we must bo sent to the censor with tho SBf Tuesday on business. are paid up almost a year ahead for Held forces or to the chief censor at jS? Alex Hall has moved near Hardins the News, your 5.'1.00 oiler is too good, Washington, where they will be devcl- burg. to let pass. Kxtend my subscription 0ltl mid such of them as pass censor 1,0 sc,lt tu Iven address. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Beatty was in a vear and have the rest of the combl- - Hlll' The chief censor In Washington shall nation sent me at once. Must hear Cloverport Friday shopping. be a commissioned officer. In this In- Nat Taul was the guest of his cousin, from the Stato in the wayu tin- Evening utntipn .ft '11 1.1 tit II III f'untfid nttimtiml ., . ij .1. , ts... uuveis uic neiu. nuvvevur yuu to rust Detune Taul, at Hosctta last week. the general staff. There Is also a have been giving Kentucky news in eensor attached to General I'uiiston's Garfield Tucker is in Cloverport do I think good style for a county paper. headquarters, nnd General Pershing ing t.ome carpentering work. the Post Is on the right side of tilings will also have a censor In tho Held. against liquor, against the world men- All correspondents' news or private La Grippe and Fever Cured. acing, German militarism and is with dispatches, mall letters for publication, our president, who is one of the great- private vletters. drawings and photoYour .MeiNlennaH.s Chill iV est four ever to occupy the presiden- graphs must be submitted to the cen- 39; Tonic curtd mv husband of LaGripp? H. file, Washington, sor and receive his stnnip before helng and Fever after other remedies failed." tial chair. Joel sent. D. C. The correspondent will not be allowLULA C. ROACH, Driiton, Fla. ed to send Information concerning the Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Administrator's Notice. occupation or relinquishment of a position, the news of any victory or deHrecklnrldge Circuit Court. Tin Can a Menace feat, the nnmes of organizations or hand shaking was participated In. All William Hendrlck's Administrator, commanders, the disposition of troops, SHERIFF'S SALE. who attended feel grateful to those to Public Health. Etc., Plaintiffs the stale of supply or transport, the who gave aid to this evening's enterVs Notice. number of sick, the extent of losses Tice Hendrick, Etc , Defendants. tainment. Who would have thought the tin can By virtue of a judgment, No. All persons having claims against or any other Turners of information , Irving directed to me, which issued from the is a menace to the public health? The the estate of William Hendrick, de- unless the dispatch or report contain-Ju- g At the Baptist Church in Woman Cures Horse Colic. such information is passed on uud office of Breckenridge expert malaria investigators of the U. ceased, are notified to present them Large Crowd The men were away as usual. The Clerk's favor of The Wilson Co. county, ton Sunday. Ky., In duly proven, as by law, to the authorized by the censor. After cenagainst S. I'ublic Health Service have found undersigned at required its place of business In sorship the correspondent will be horse was bad. A lone woman could J. C. DeWitt. I, or one of my depuAttended. however that discaided tin cans con Hardlnshurir. Kentucky, cn or before shown what if anything has been elidMonday, the of not "drench'1 In the old way. She ties, will, on between the 27th day 13 March, I9I6, hours of taining rain water are breeding places April 1, 191(1. ed by the censor Any relaxation of called up a neighbor and her men were o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock p. ra., at for the mosquito which is the sole The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., these regulations rests with the comIrvington, Ky., March 10. Through away Administrator of William Henbut: "We have Farris Colic the Cqurt House door in Hardinsburg, agent in spreading malaria. A hoi mander of the Held forces, in this cuso the kindness and thoughtfulness of Remedy Ureckenridge county, Ky., expose to drick, Deceased. that vou drop on the horse's Public Sale in the bottom of the empty can might General Funston. Kev. I. C. Woodward, ourcltizens were to the tongue," says Mrs. Neighbor. Bo she following described hiehest bidder, the property, or so have resulted in the saving of a liu given a treat free gratis at the Baptist Liable to Arrest. came over and dropped Farris Colic much thereof as mav be necessary to man life. Certainly it would have as- Splendid School Building Bev. Wood- Remedy The official armv tolccrnnh lines nro church Friday evening on the horse's tongue and the satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and at Somerset, Kentucky. wn correspondents for the sending ward Invited his friend and room mate, horse was well when sisted in preventing a debilitating IllOne hundred and fifty- the men came costs, of dispatches when not occupied with Mr. Johnson, who is a distinguished ness. Kmpty tin cans have no busl home. Moral: Get Farris Colic thtee dollars and twenty, eight cents, official dispatches, but the dispatches orator, tu come to our town. ($153.28). ness about the premises anyway, but He was Remedy so Dear Mr. Habbage: Please find en- will be sent in the women can cure horse A certain tract of land lying and the order tiled, and the If we must so decorate our back yards, e close tw cents to renew our censor shall say how many words may greeted by a large and appreciative colic. We sell it at 60 cents a bottle being in Breckenrldge county, Ky., and let's see to it that the can has a hole subscription to The Ilreckenridge be sent. Within the censor's discretion crowd. The evening entertainment on the Money Hack Plan. For sale at bounded as follows: Land containing in the bottom. 135 acres; commencing at a gum I96 News. We always like to hear from eor.'esiomleiits may send messengers was opened by prayer. Kev. R. E. Wedding's Drugstore, poles to a gum and red oak; thence 08 our home county. We have been here to carry censored dispatches to better Kceves fallowed by an anthem poles to a stone ou the branch: ."i3l E.I Miss Mary Catherine Nea two years, In the lovely little city of wire facilities than those ut the immeRank Foolishness. Celebrates Eighty-Thir- d Birthday 133 poles to a stone on a ridge; thencel fus, In her childish simplicity, gave a n Somerset, enjoying the fresh mountain diate front. poiesto two uogwoous; thence N.I Correspondents are required to dress recitation. Six little girls sang, "A Mr. Jake Cowley, of Sand Hill, cele J.U a. lus poles to the beginning. Lev You occasionally see it stated that atmosphere and going to a fine school. In the same olive drab uniform worn birthday Satur ied upon as the property of J, C. De- colds do not result from cold weather. The school consists of common Secret.'' Mr. Johnson then took brated his eighty-th'rschool, That Is rank foolishness. Were It high school, city library, manual train- by the nrmy. but each wears a white charge and gave his readings, which day, March II. He was the recipient Witt. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit brassard on true colds would be prevalent In mid- ing and gymnasium. The building cost to designate his arm marked with a 0 consisted of "Crossing the Bar" and of two beautifully dressed deer hides of six months, bond with approved No correhis calling. and one mounted deer head from curity required, bearing interest at the summer as in midwinter. The mi- the county $100,000.00. Kllsha KUsam, spondent can leave the army to which "Postponed," He gave teveral telec rate 01 per cent, per annum from dav crobe that causes colds flourishes in Somerset, Ky. ho Is attached, cither to go home or tions of James Whltcomb Riley "Old Fowlerton, Texas. The donors were of sale, 0 and having the force and eftectl damp, cold weather. To set rid of a to Sav," his young grandsons, sons of Mrs Lil ot a any other place, without tho consent fashioned Roses," "Nothing judgment. cold take Chamberlalu's Cough Remof the war department. "When the Frost Is on the Pumpkins," lian Greenwell. They were highly A. T. Beard, S. B C. Administrator's Notice. Correspondents can be suspcuded for followed by "Trouble in the Amen appreciated as the young men had By W. C. Pate, D S. edy. It is effectual and highly recom4 Brecklnndgo Circuit Court. distortion of dispatches iu tho office of Corner." "When Ruby Played." Light slain them. mended by people who have used it fur many years as occasion required, and Two States Dank, Etc., Assignee. publication and also for the uso of lan- From Over the Range." Jokes of Frazier-Hal- l. Plaintiffs guage or expressions conveying bidden How to Prevent Croup. know its real value. Obtainable evmuch wit and humor were Interspersed Vs. Notice meaning which would tend to deceive erywhere. J. M. Crawford, Etc., Defendants. Mrs, Pauline Frazier and When the child Is subject to attacks or mislead tho censor. For extreme throughout the program. The closing All persons havlnir claims acalnst offenses they may bo sent to tho rear music selection was "O Give Thanks of croup, see to it he eats a light even Hall, both of this city, wars marrjsd is the estate of The Two States Bank are under arrest. Unto the Lord." Mr. Milton Green ing meal, as an overloaded stomach uawesviue aaturaay, oiarcn u, at Renewal. required to present them duly proven and Miss Guedry Uramlette accom- may bring on an attack, also watch the home of the groom's slsttr, Mrs Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed to the undersigned on or before May 1, panied with their violins. The Man- for the first symptom hoarseness, and Raymond Marshall, and Mr. Maras For German War Loan. check for one dollar, Please send the imu, at Its place of business in Har dinsburg, Ky. German engine drivers and railroad dolin Club gave assistance. The give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at The ceremony was performed by Ju Breckcnrldge News another year. J, The Bauk ot Hardinsburg Jc Trust men have contributed a million and, a crowd was dismissed by Rev. I. C. soon as tbs child becomes hoarse. W. W. Tabor, of that place. M. Rollins, Union Star. Company, Special Commlsslontr. half marks (1875,000) to war fund. Woodward. Afterwards an informal Obtainable everywhere. will make thtir homi la CloverporW step-childre- Hardinsburg (Special) On Febru ary 16 the angel of death suddenly and unexpectedly entered a home in Klnif man. Kansas, to summon Mrs. Mary Frances Clarkson home to await the coming of those she loved, that are yet on this side ot the valley of the shadow of death. Mrs. Clarkson went to Kansas last fall to visit her brother and a number She was In her of other relatives. seventy third year. Her remains were taken to her old home In Dalton, Mo , where they were laid to rest. She leaves two own chll dren, Mrs. Gravly, Moberlv, Mo , and a Mrs. Lee Bishop; two number of relatives and a host (if friends by whom she will be greatly missed. Mrs. Clarkson Is known by a aum er of people In this county, having spent same time here with her daughter, DM. T. nichfirrfton, M. D. : "In my opinion, I. D. I). should be nppllcil In nil rancn of rkln dlcne nn IramodlnH1 relief to the Itch, n calm to excited nerve. oft, toothing, yet a powerful agent, a strength to tho general Dr. t'nna Holmes: "D. D. I). Is in near ft specific for eczema and the dreaded junrlnili as Is quinine for malaria. I constantly prescribe I). D. U. also for salt rh-utetter, barber's Itch, pimples, nil forms of Itching eruptions, scnles, sores. Dr. Ira T. Oabbcrt: "I freely admit that I). P. D. reaches most cases of cema and permanently cures them." one Dr. Onbbcrt of Caldwell. Kansas, Is of the best skin specialists In the state. Write and nsk him about I). D. D. Druggists aro plad to recommend tnU Cue and $1.00. soothing, cooling liquid. Come to us and wo will Ml you more nbout this remarkable remedy. Your money back unless the first bottle relieves yon. D. D. I. fcSoap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about It. Funston Wants Only a Few Newspaper Men With Army, TO EXAMINE ALL PICTURES. No Movie Men Allowed With Invading SON. Grand Opportunity to acquaint yourselves with the leading STYLES and FASHIONS OF THE SEA- M Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky Forces and None but Real Reporter Permitted to Accompany Expedition. Violators of Rules Liable to Arrest. Personal Communications Read. We Are Daily Expecting car load of Wilson Pianos. It is our aim to have these pianos on our floor for the opening and have arranged for an expert from the factory to demonstrate this famous piano on these days. a General Funston has decreed that ,1 Don't Fail to Visit The They Test them. A Free Carnation March ' c,riIf(i the A Grand Showing of department ) Star Brand Oxfords Come ' 5 Quality, Quantity, Price and Quick Service is our motto. Visit This Opening and be Convinced! . B. i F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Kentuclj ' i 8 -- ...-....- :: m m A Growing Bank Bank of Cloverport SPECIAJJERVICEu I nty-tlv- " ji d Mr.loy a HgMNrattiflHM KM IMPRESSIVE TALK Made by Miss Lola Walker at Suffrage League Irvington. Organized Elected. (Intended for last week.) .rvltiBton (Special.) An Interest- croup of Intelligent women irath. at the lome of Mrs. W J. PltfKott on Thursday nfter'nooii, March It. to hear Miss Lola Walker talk on "Why Miss Women Want tho Ballot.'' Walker Is an impressive speaker with much personal charm. She' reviewed tho history of the woman's movement from the early period when women first began their fight for property rights and for guardianship of their children. The whole process has been When the "votes for .in evolution. women" crusade has passed Into history, and women have come Into pos session of this effective little tool for better government, as they surely will, good men will wonder that they ever dld'wlthout their help in public alTalrs The speaker said the realization Is coming rapidly that woman's influence is needed In government outside the home quite as much as In the home, church or the schools. A Suffrage League was formed out of the fragments of the loose organi.a tion which has been In existanccfor several years. On Friday afternoon, March 10, the Irvington Suffrage League completed an organization at the school building, Constitution and by laws wcro adopt ed and the fo owing officers were elected: Mrs. Nannc J. Wathen, president. Miss Margaret Conniff. first vice president. Mrs. Adele Conn'.ff, second vice pres Ident. Miss Mary Henry, third vice presl dent. Miss Eva Carrigan, fourth vice pres ident. Mrs. Fred Brlte. secretary and Nothing can he good for cvtrythlng. Doing one thing well brings success, HOW SWEENY GOT HIS FRANKFURTERS Dunn's Kidney 11 s are for oce 1 thing only. For weak or disordered kidneys. Here U reliable evidence of their Germans Left Basket of Food . worth. W. M. Young, farmer, K. F. I). No. For American In Froncli Army. Hawesviilo, Ky., says: "One of my ainlly had pains in the sides and icross the small of the back. Doan s DISPROVED FALSE REPORTS Kidney I'llls ware procured at (Jib- son's Drug Store, and they made a euro in a short time There hasn'( been any further need of a kidney After Papers Caylng That Germany Had No Food Wore Given Kaiser's medicine.'' Troops They Took Unique Method of Don't Price (Wo, at all dealers. Branding Them as Untrue Expected imply ask for a kidney remedy get Bullots, but Got "Hot Dogs." Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-M- il Mr. Young recommends. Lieutenant Charles Sweeny of tho WHITE burn Co , Props., HulTalo, N. Y. French Foreign I.ejilou returned re cently to New York to recover from wound received during tho French of SEEKEE. felistvo In ChninpiWie last September And a Few 11 and Officers Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Koiul Wilsons Miss Susie M. Moore and Mr. An drew Armery wore married Wednes day evening at 7 o'clock by Kev. II. 1. UashaTi. Mrs. Z. P. Smith and sons were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smiley Thursday. Laskio Tucker left Wednesday for his new home In Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Smith spent Sau- day, the guests of Mrs. Smith's brotli or, Mr. Smiley. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard WiNou were Sunday guests of Pete Moore and I family. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Wilson re cently visited Mr. and Mrs. Hichara Wilson. Claude Smiley, of Hardinsburg, spent a few days here this week, the guest of relatives. Mrs. Mary R. Smiley died February 23 at the age of 87 years. She is sur vived by six children, u'i grandchildren and 511 great grandchildren, tuneral services were conducted by Rev. K, L. Sheppard, interment in Fair View treasurer. cemetery. Constipation causes headache, indi No. 40 for the Blood gestion, drowsiness. For a mild open-lumedicine, use Doan's Kegulets. Expels scrofulous humors from the 25c a box at all stores. blond, which causes constipation, ma laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pirn nnd the of their tling of their bullets (If I wns lucky pies. etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug McQUADY enough to hear them, that is), ami I Store on a guarantee to satisfy. began to wish myself well out of my Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis were in predicament and back ngnln In tho Louisville last week buying their stock comparative safety of our trench. HILL ITEMS. "This made mo more cnutlous than of spring goods. ever, and presently I began to retreat Mis3 KImina Lyons began a spring As I did so n round German helmet There is no flock, however watched school here Monday. bobbed up out of n rnvlne not a dozen and tended, Tlnf nnp rlnarl lamh IS there. Mrs. Rhoda Wright spent the day yards nwny. An lnstnnt later nt the There is no fireside, how so ever de with Mrs. Nealy Frank Thursday. other end of the ravine another appear fended, Mrs. Martha Weatherford and daugh ed. I squirmed nway like a snake and one vacant chair. But has got tho only shelter in sight, a H. W. Longfellow. ter, Ruth, spent the day with Mrs. John littlebehind scrubby tree, about three ynrds Frank Monday. away. We regret to hear of the serious ill "As I lay there quaking, wondering Again death has unfurled Its pall ness ot 11. 1. sntewsoury. e "as why the Germans did not shoot for of Mr. and Mrs. David rheumatism. ffir the home they must have seen me I happened AHfcn. Q Friday morning, March 10, up, nnd there, hanging to n Wade Day and Miss Resiie Shrews to look little Alice Luclle Allen died, being branch of tho tree, wns n fat. clean bury are on the sick list. looking basket. I reached up. the limb 10 months of age. after a few days 111 Mrs. Henning visited her daughter, on which It hung being only n few feet ness of pneumonia, despite the best from the ground, and lifted tho basket medical attention and faithful nursing Mrs. Jim Kennady, last week. Pat Powers, of Ovvensboro, Is the down. of loved ones. The funeral services Then In a Uash tho explanation of were conducted bv Rev. Powell on guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. tho puzzle was clear to me. The GerSaturday alternoon, and the little one M. Powers. mans had left that basket there and was laid to rest in the cemetery Mrs. J. M. Powers was greatly sur meant mo to have It empty arms and sorrowing prised March 14th, when a crowd of her "With tho basket on my arm, I got There are hearts in the home, for there is none to friends and relatives gathered at her up, bowed low to tho round hats nnd take the place of Alice Luelle, but home at 11 o'clock with baskets of good walked back to our trench without Ma solace to know she lives. For things for dinner which was served and ever being (ired on. "Inside tho basket was an assort r.m npver kill that which never enjoyed by all. Hth ment of frankfurters and other food. dies. There was also a note something after "Bright, and beautiful, she was but Poisons this wise: given; A fnlr imd on earth to blossom in Retained In the body causes rheumaNota In Basket. heaven " tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, 'Wo have been In front of you for It is with much regret that we have blood poison. Number 40 For The over a year, and It Is not against our learned of the illness of Davie Allen at Blood expels poisons from the body and comrades, tho French, that wo aro fighting, the home of his father. Typhoid is cures blood poison In its worst form. English. but against our enemy, tho Let us Join forces against Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. apprehended. our common enemy. Wo are not starv Presby The Woman's Board of the ing, as you may well see from tho litterlan church will convene at Irving tle present wo send you herewith. BEWLEYVILLE. "Here wns something that set mo ton Thursday, March 23, to hold thejr thinking pretty hard. I had escaped annual all dav meeting. On the even Rev. English, of Stephensport, filled death or capture by n miracle, so fnr ing of March 22, a night service will 1 he held, which Mrs. Wlber win con his regular third Sunday, appointment as I could see, and all in order that might enjoy a hearty meal at tho exA large delegation is expected. at the Baptist church Sunday. duet. pense of tho Germans. Mrs. Mary Marshall and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoillous were In "I set tho basket down in tho trench Irvington, spent Saturday and Sunday and fell to with a will, nnd I give you Evansvllle last week. my word, Casey, of nil tho good things nnrrlp Mae and Forrest Jackson with i.er father, Thos. II. Payne. A EVi.iav nhrlit with Robert Mrs. Amanda Jolly and Hon. Chas. I havo eaten I never enjoyed anything o Dl'VUI. Blauford are both improved at this more thnu I did that Dutch treat Daugherty. especially tho frankfurters. M.lvln Wood left last Wednesday writing. "They took mo back to tho United and Tom States Immediately 'hot dogs,' tho his family pro- William Stlth, Dick Carman for Louisiana, where iney Wilson attended the Milbourne sale at brightness of tho sen, tho yawping of ..pHbH him a few weeks ago. barkers, crowds passing, tho uolso of High Plains Saturday. xDect to return. thousands of shullllng feet not the Combs have moved to Clovls Walls and wife, of Hardins Mr. and Mrs. sort of shullllng wo hear now, Casey, Thursburg, were In the neighborhood Eastland. when n buglo call or tho heavy sound visltlngnVilliam Stlth, of guns seems tho chief attraction. It Frank Miller has moved across the day and Friday of Mrs. was a great shniuo I couldn't savo you creek Into what was formerly known Philip Cain and other relatives one. Walls'. . property. as the Jim Miller "Tho meaning of nil this was a puzJames and Emma Wilson, of Wilson Smith, who has been confined Enlow found that our visitors at Tom Wilson's zle to mo until n I bundlo out Amcrlcnu boys had left to his home for so long, is reported Springs, were Sunday. of Saturday and and English newspapers In tho spot nnlte 111 at this writing. Thos. P. Hardaway is spending a few whero I had found tho basket, with Miller, after a short illness, Is Jesse days with his duughter, Mrs. Belle tho paragraphs plainly marked In much Improved and able to te out. which It was said tho Germans were r Ho Miss Marv Bernlce Arnold en Drury, of Rosetta. starving. And tho basket was tho Gerparty mans' reply. Ulned a few of her friends at a Why Suffer From Golds? "Now you know how I camo to get i at her home .Saturday .1afternoon, it be. , . l1. .iL "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break my 'hot dogs.' " warp r fir veil. uauica wore 25c at that cold in a very short time. "cmuun Wedding's Drug Store. tvrd and ail emoveu Mllka Ten Cow Befor 0 A. M. The son of tho governor of Missouri before 0 a. m. dally, It's generally pretty easy to find an milks ten cqws"keep" while, taking to, Any wy. the man who stammers ;.a pay. for his ho 'Is trying to excuse for neglecting the duty one does what' cbura athe tUU dairy;., ff --Jadg. set with to perform. 1 -. 1 Sweeny Is mi American, n Knulunto of West Point mill the son of u former Should Raise Them. president of tho Federal Smelting mid Ilelliilne; company of Spukmie. Wash. Thu following ntory of most ttnilMial ' "Dutch treat" was told by Lieutenant J' .3 Sweeny to Private Casey, a Now York 5C lighting in the Foreign nrtlst, also Legion: r Sweeny Is not a Frenchman even though he happens to bo In tho army service of Franco. After his graduation ho married n ltelglau girl and set- tied down In Paris. His wife and two small children are living In that vicinity at tho present time. Iterausc they mature quickly and com"I started out about midnight." said Sweeny, "with n patrol to have a look mence laying at 5 to 6 mouths. at a now Cermaii bayou lietwceii two Hecause they aru good winter Invent. fortlets beyond our Unci. I strung my l'ecauso the frost never bothers the nif.11 nut- sn in tn ilvi H'nriiliiir nf Miiv rose comb. patrol and then led them past German lleeaiisc they command the top prices our sentries nlid the barbed wire. I as broilers was some distance ahead of my men Hecause the choice birds are in great and had got well within the German lines without seeing or hearing any dcnritid at high prices. thing of the Hermans. Ilccaiise a large percent develop into perfect .specimens. Dullcta Never Camo. Hecause the few culls bring the top "Now. this was not the tlrst time that I had ever penetrated that far Into the prices as market fowls. Ilccniise they are good Mcd, vigorous German Hues, but It wns tho first time on such n mission that had not had nnd easy to raise. to dodge n German patrol and very Hecause they are gentle, keep easy, often their bullets. These things ran and a four foot fence will hold them. In my head continually and made 1110 liecause the exhibition birds are usuthink that I had fallen Into a very neat ally the best layers. trap which tho Germnns had laid for Hecause there are none so beautiful 011 mo. I expected to see them rise from anywhere nny minute mid hear the a green lawn as they. Hecause they are favored from uu ex whisguns banging 11 Reasons Why You JUiyti's iu 7 & Surrey.s Oliver I'lows nnd Parts Wiillting IMiiw.s Sulky Plows Doubli' Plows Ciiltiviitors Tooth Harrows Disu Harrows Union Corn Pliuit- - ors Hand Seed .Sowers .Sui-Drills Pumps Corn Shcllors I'Yctl Cutters Koolinil Wheelbarrow,-. Surely thorp is nine imple ment or piece of fiirtii mut'hiiirrv in this list that you will need this easnn in extractinir iireatcr wealth from the soil. And ju-- t as surely wo are able to sell it to you on very advantageous term". It makes no difference what you want, wc never take our hat oil' to any house in the matter of quality, price or terms. Wo are here to cater to your wants, and we do it in a manner that is decidedly to your advantage, whether thoMj wants be lare or small. We would like to talk it over with you the first time you are in town; the sooner you come the better for both of us. -- BEST TWO ROW CORN PLANTER ON THE MARKET. DILLON & RHODES, Hardinsburg, Ky. -- WOO.M-W HK. V . 1 1X - till - - fctM ' VM hibitiou standpoint. Hecause they stand at the top in egg production nnd as evidence of the fact the following isa report of the leading egg laying contests held in recent jears Please note their superiority. Storrs, Conn., 1914 Average Per Hen. White Wyandottes White Leghorns Harred Rocks S C. R. I. Reds White Rocks R. C. R. I. Reds ii 1 M S ; ruw I w'xM.V.'W itlKwJ .VtT ' m II $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Book- - II , 169 I52 1 keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMI- - HI TED, if you enroll at once. Write todav for catar 1 ' 11 log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. Address H. O. KEESLING, I neor 18 13S 136 125 ii 1 President BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE pcrul I'd North American, Penn., 1914 age Per Hen. White Wyandottes .. White Leghorns . Anconas.. White Rocks Harred Rocks R. I. Reds Aver 180 174 i I I lj w Louisville, Kentucky 15" I521 147 Saddle and Harness Stallion 6 years old, weight, 1 075 lbs. Storrs, Conn., 1915 Average Per 169 Ifl8 Q Hen. White Wyandottes White Leghorns R. I Reds I56 I56 1 lb I47 , 1 BROWN . Cnmpiues.... liarred Rocks White Rocks National Contest, flo White Wyandottes liarred Rocks White Leghorns S C. K. I. Reds White Rocks R. C. R. I. Reds Huff Orpingtons Anconas White Orpingtons Campiues White Wyandottes White Leghorns I H K CRESTi No. 3853 1914. I9O I76 172 171 171 164 163 162 143 Q O '' ' y Hay Squirrel 2nd No. 11552, by Richard Squirrel No. S'.IS, His fey JhJ by Muck Squirrel No. 58. ire Chester D.iro No. ID. V. siros dam, Nannie Garrett No. 472, is the dam-o- f Chester Dare CS No. 10. Hrown Crest's dam. Fh'L'et No. IU71. bv Chester Chief No. 112!). by Chaster D.'tro No. 10. 10 to iuiiue a a livinscult. A y I35 North American Contest, Penn., 1914. Auconi's.... .... .. ........... 178 167 195 178 S. C. R. I. R'eds. 16O liarred Rocks 16O White Rocks if3 R. C. R. I. Reds I36 White Orpingtons The future can only be judged by the past nnd it looks now in the near future that theWHITi; WYANDOTTI? will be Start right with KING in poultrydom. the WII1TI5 WYANDOTTKS and you will stay right and you will never regret & . i i t... i.. tti,.ni. Tnni. . ...1.:.. t yi ntul muscle nnd a quiet disposition unit lias proven to be a ooil er, made the last three .seasons at the farm of Chesley 1). Wilson, near Ilig Spring. Has n record of 52 living colts in one season. The above stock will make the season at John Killer's new ham, fey near Ilarilinsburg. $10 to insure a living colt. $9 if paid in 3O days. lirt-t-il- - LOOOFOOUS H. dT. ROBERTS HARDINSBURG, KY. Q v. 9 your beginning. Herbert Hall, of Hardinsburg, Ky., Is a breeder of some of the best stock in the country nnd he will be pleased to correspond with you regarding any point He WIIITU WYANDOTTI5S. 011 also offers some very choice eggs for sale Write him. very reasonable. Incubator and Brooder For Sale 150 end incubator and brooder for $9.00. Good as new. Harred Plymouth IuiiS$1.00 per 16, from the best stock I have overtired. MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, : : : Glen Dean, Ky. (Advertisement.) then wash it oil. Swine, buffaloes, ' Cats and bears and timers wallow. Birds and Beasts Modes mice lick themselves, while monkeys of Cleaning Themselves. scratch. These are animals' way of Our birds and beasts have modes of Poultry takt cleaning thenitelvas. their bath In tht dust. Sparrows and many. small birds dust aod.thsn. bathe. thslr calvss and Elephants put mud-on Shorthorns Go to Tennessee. W. K. Moorman & Son, of Glen Dean, sold this week to Cor ban & bathing, Ex. Drake, of Orlloda, Tenn., one Short To feel strong, have good appetite horn bull and ten cows and heifers. and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy This Is the foundation for a pure bred life, use. Burdock Qlood Bitters, the herd, and should be a good Investment for their owners. family system tonic. Price 11.00. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN large enough to make four pies or otic gallon of lemonade, but it is pie for us, Miss Hessie Hnrgnu, of Vine Grove Is here visiting Mrs H J. Shearer and Miss Rose Sieholdt Rev C R. Crowe, pastor of the Methodist church here, was summoned to Ilrnmlcnhurg ou nccount of the death of Dr. his mother, who died suddenly. Wolf, of Louisville, is conducting the meeting during Ilro Crowe's alxcncc. The ordinntloil of deacons at the Hap tist church here Sunday afternoon was very betiutiful and impressive ceremony and was witnessed by one on the large.si crouds seen here for some time. Rev Wntkins, of Komosdale, assisted th Those onlained ileacons are iwstor. Messrs l!tel Carter, John Richardson and Joeph Lamb. Hll.nbethtown News The Kansas Cyclone U. BAI1BAGE. Editor and Publisher J ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. They never have to ask lilm If he needs a bigger force: They don't nae lilm for estimates of men and nuns ami horse; Tlioy don't Inqulro If he would like to havo tome one explain Tho methods planned in Washington for making n campaign. Dut when tho Hag's Insulted and there's any ne to "get" They merely say, "Co on tho JobI" and I'unston nays, "You bet. ft moKUM a& all v ftmk-Siw- lv 1 ifULUTTUL I 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. THE SHOPS SITUATION. There are no definite plans irivcn out yet by Mr. Hudson, in re pard to rebuilding the shop. Men are at work cletininjr up the around and removing the ok debris. Sonic of the shop men have been sent to Louisville and .oiii to Howell to take care of the engine.- - and do other work. In the meantime Cloverpoit people arc biding their time, triisi RAYMOND. He doesn't bone on tactics much; bo knows 'em all by heart. But when they warn him solemnly that thero will bo a light. And not an easy one at that, ho grins and says. "All right." He wouldn't make nn ornament that any ono would mark. Carved out of lironzo and mounted on a statue hi the park; Ho Isn't nny Washington In presence or In size; He wouldn't be a hero In a matlnco girl's we've not had a fighting man for many n long, long day Like General Frederick Funston of the Dut eves. lie doesn't nak for seasoned troops; he takes cm ns they come, tie knows that they'll keep up with him, and that Is going some! Ho doesn't need tho books that treat of righting as an art: April lit to '22. Realizing that two of the very important phases of education are Economy and Elliciency, it was decided by the Associ ation to make these subjects the central theme, around which the en y related and tire program has been built. They are very aluio-- t every problem of educational intere-t- . The be.- -t local touch talent for the various discussions under this program have been secured. Prize- will be awarded for the large.-- t attendance of teachers from each county. One of the important features of the Aocia-tiowill be the school exhibits. Every county in the State should make an elFort to end an exhibit even if ony a few articles are sent. A large delegation of teachers from each county is expected to attend this meeting. We feel sure that Ureckenridge county will be well represented. clo-el- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Macey and chil dreu, of near Union Star, visited Mr and Mrs. Taylor Compton Saturday nut Sunday. June Hall, of Webster, attended churcl here Sunday and b ok dinner with Mr and Mrs. C. H. llassett. ing that the right thing will be done by the managers for the Mr. and Mrs. Jeff AdkNson, of Lodi- burg, spent Sunday here with relatives of tlie road, employees and citizens of Cloverport. W. X. Head, of I.odibnrg, and James Cloverpoi t people realize that it is a critical time, but arc opti Rhodes have gone to Little Ilend, Meade will be rebuilt and that the littl county, to look at a tract of timber. mistie, and believe that the Walter Adkissou and family have cltv has a bright future before her. moved in the house with L. G Avitt and Mr. and Mrs. Will Avitt moved CIVIC BEAUTY CAMPAIGN. Monday to their farm, known as the Civic Bounty Campaign are now being organized by many of West farm, on Sugar Hill Run. Laurence Clmppell is spending a few the cities in Kentucky, and the citizen- - of Cloverpoi t Miould con Where men diller lays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs organize one here. sider this proposition and Morgan Clmppell. Glad to see Laurence -. all mu-- t agree that to able to be out again. largely on religion and political mukc u town more beautiful and -- anitary, is. likewise, to render it a Joe Claycomb, of I'ayuesville, was a place in which to live. J?egirded by hill- - and half week-enmore visitor here Joe will leave circled, cut in twi.in by Clover Creek and bordered by the Ohio this week for Illinois Success to him ty Glad to learn that Messrs. Ilony John of natural beauty. river. Cloverpoit has an unusual arrange- son, Hubert I'hilpot and Genia Pollock. is realized by many of its citizens by the effective who left for Chula Vista, ment of their yards and out lying grounds. Cloverport people are time ago, have secured Cal. , a short positions and great lovers of llowers. gone to work. The purpose of these campaigns is to inculcate a love of (lower J. T Knott spent Saturday and Sun plants and -- hrubs in the minds of the young, and to incite them along with his daughter, Mrs. Jake Hardest-- , with their elder- - to cultivate and beautify yards and porches with near uramieuuurg. Last Saturday was vine? and llower.-- , to eradicate weeds from vacant lots and replace and the church calledcall dav here and Rev. "lllackburu. fins makes his third year here. Thev them with llowers and vegetables. gave him a good vote, 6i being cast in ins lavor. Kev. iiiacKhurn is one ot the K UNTUCK V EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. best church builders we ever saw. He is always trying to do something for the convenes in Louisville cause ot umstaud build up his churches The Kentucky Educational qi:e-tiondc.-irab-le Ihi-beau- James J. Montague In New York ENGLAND U. S. A. ARE YOU "BITING" IF SO, QUIT IT. AT SCHEMES? PLANS TO UNLOAD GOLF BALLS ON AMERICA In April May Let Bars Down to Importers. Patent Expiring MEN WHO COME AROUND PEDDLING "BLUE SKY'' PROPOSITIONS LEAVE HOME TO SELL THEM BECAUSE THEY HHVE "STUNG" EVERYBODY THEY KNEW. LET US KEEP OUR MONEY "AT HOME" AND BUILD UP OUR OWN COMMUNITY. THAT'S WHAT OUR BANK STANDS FOR. BANK Total Resources Includinjr WITH US Trust Investments $600,00000 ) Vice Consul Hamilton C. Claborne, who represents the United States nt Swnnsea, Wales, has warned tho state supply of ammunition golf balls with which bombard the United States, after April 11. 1910. On thnt date the Haskell patent for the manu facture of golf bulls In the United States, expires. In making his prediction of tho golf ball bombardment which will then be Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. department that arc laying In a in the form of they Intend to British manufacturers THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO, HARDINSBURG, KY. n -- Somebody has made the that Easter comes later this year than it has since 1905. April 2. is the date this year. Easter Sunday wa- - the ame date in 190C. It will not conic as late as April 23 again until 11)43, ivhen it will be two days later April 25. In the retail busine world Easter furnishe- - the greatest stimulus. Spring will almo-- t be over by the time Easter arrives this year, and the day will ulnn-- t mark the beginning of which may or may not be some consolation to those who-- e prospects for binding a spring suit early are not encouraging. -- undertaken unless congress prohibits tho dumping of golf bulls as well ns dyestuffs. Vice Consul Claborne says the British manufacturers hope by invading tho American market to make up the losses Incurred through tho falling off of golf In the British Isles on account of the war. He quotes from the London Pally Mall as follows: 'British golf ball manufacturers. hard hit by the war. are to make a determined effort to capturo the Ameri can market. The attempt Is made pos sible by the expiration on April 11 of the Haskell patent, under which golf balls arc manufactured in the United States. The Haskell patent, which killed tho gutty ball, was not recog nlzcd by tho English law courts, but was declared valid in America, thus keeping the over Improving British balls out of that country. "After April 11 the market will be open, subject to tho payment of a duty of 10 per cent about G cents a ball. Cheaper labor here will compensate for that, tind ten leading British firms are sending representatives to tho United States or npiolut!ng agents to preparo the way for the Invasion." NEW PLAN j ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ? "OUR COAL MAKES Ground Hojr saw his shadow. You Buy now while tho burin;: is good. Wc hnve just gotten n supply of Keinccke's EUREKA No. 9 LUMP COAL. Let us lmul you a load at 11c. If you prefer a better coal try the No. 9 NUT or some UAWESVILLE LUMP. Try it which anygrade you want. Alurch is here. will need more coal. Northern White Seed Oats FLOUIi the best you ever used Extra Fancy Snow Drift, Bob White or Graham. Mixed Mill Feeds, Alfalfa Horte and Mule Feed, Creamo Alfalfa Dairy Feed, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Bolted Corn Meal and Cotton Seed Products. Send us your orders. 1 Self-ltising, ft ft ft! Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co,, Cumberland Phone 13-- J Hardinsburg, Cumberland Phone 49-- J Ky. Coal ft ft ft ft : Mill FOR RELIEF. p yj! " The United States in persisting that merchant and passenger ships shall have the right to carry guns without being attacked by submarine without notice has brought about a severe tension between this country and (Jermany. The bigge.t and the best thing we can do this spring Cloverport beautiful. make IRVINGTON. Miss Elizabeth Baxter spent the week Saturday. end at Kockvale. Miss Lottie Bandy, of Hardinsburg, McGlothlan & Son, grass seed and spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Shain, of Guston. seed potatoes. W. J. Piggott spent the week end in Dr. L. H. Moremen was in Louisville Louisville. Tuesday. Miss Pauline Sipes has returned from Miss Kmily Munford returned from a visit with friends at Henderson. Chicago Wednesday. She was accomRev. T. J Wade preached at the M. panied home by Mrs. Evan Pusey. Go to McGlothlan & Son for your E. church Sunday on "Vows of the Church" and "The True Church." wall paper. Mrs. Ed McAfee visited in Cloverport last week. WEST POINT. Mrs. Uottell, of New Albany, is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. . 1). Uottell. Will I'isher, of Wheatley, Arkansas, McGlothlan & Son for spring harness. is the guest of Mrs. Sieholdt. Tom Miller, of Louisville, and Fon Miss Lottie Harris is in Louisville, the Rhodes, of Medora, were in town Wedguest of .Mrs. Sterling Scheihle. nesday on business. Mrs. Alice Withers delightfully d Miss Laura Hale has returned to the Haptist Ladies' Aid WednesHenderson, having b.een the guest of day afternoon. Miss Tula Lockard. Mrs. H. O. Keys ond family received Mr. and Mrs. John Miles were iu from Mr. Jacob Tomes, of Carona, Cal., Louisville Thursday. a large box of fine navel oranges early McGlothlan & Son for furm implethis week. Mr. Tomes was a neighbor ments. of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Keys in Carona, Miss Eva Carrigan entertained the Cal Irvington Women's Equal Rights AsMrs. Ktwood Anshutz, who has one sociation Friday afternoon. of the largest and finest collections of " Mist Mabel Adkins spent the webk llowers and tropical plants in the counend with Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of ty, presented thq. correspondent with a Ulen Dean. home grown lemon that weighs one Mrs. Nell McClintick, of Louisville, pound and two ounces. The lemon is cuter-taine- has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Cornwall. Mrs. Nora Hoard was in Hardinsburg ifyji ALSO FOR SOUTHLANDS. Beauty of lino Is the distinctive, mark ot this suit. Made of u beautiful quality of whlto broadcloth, the skirt has a fullness that is uchluvcd by hox plaits, whllo tho skirt of the coat gets Its flare from two Inverted plults over each hip. Tho revers arc faultlessly tullored, nnd the Uemlbclt Is finished with four whlto pearl buttons both back and front. The jaunty llttlo spring hut Is of white Batln with a grosgruiu band uud a pink rosebud ou tho outside of tho left brim. This suit is correct for board wulk. pier nnd hotel wear all tho spring. YOUR "Buy a Yard of Cloth" Day Is Planned For Belgian Funds. "Buy a yard of cloth days" have been designated by more than fifty governors nnd mayors throughout the country to nhl state committees of the commission for relief In Belgium In their efforts to obtain clothing for the destitute In Belgium and northern France. Tho puriiose of the proclama tions Is to concentrate the minds of merchants mid the public upon sales of cloth for the Belgians. The commission announced that It already had purchased and shipped cloth from which Its textile experts es timate tho Belgians will be able to fashion 777,850 garments. Why Musical Comedies Fait. The decline of musical comedy Is due to new styles in women's dress, which make It unnecessary to attend a theater to see n show, says a Kansas City manager. We Have it " IIMRPR LUIfUL,n I For the Carpenter For the Contractor For the Owner ft ft ft Sash, Doors, Columns, Millwork Send us your list for our lowest prices FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager nan p We are Packing I LONG DI8TANCE8 ARMY MUST COVER. I f Coupons That Are Worth Money To You Some Idea of what It means to patrol the Mexican border and tho distances that must bo covered In an Invasion of Mexico is gained In tho accompanying table. Of courso an array traveling along tho easiest routes would In somo Instances cover about twlco as many miles as tho distances given below. From tho eastern to tho western end of tho Moxlcan border tho straight lino distances arc: Bin sharing H p Sacks of any our flour. This is a Profit-offer to our consumers. See the coupons for a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. each 24 and of 48-I- b. M I LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Fron Ilrownuvllle to Laredo.... SPRING BONNET. wis-luri- Miles. KG particularly fetching as Icon In tho llttlo helmets, which do not ook a bit warllko because, smoothly covered with crepe georgette nnd trimmed most uniquely with reseda green leaves. This follago Is also In crape, but of the crinkly sort, and how-I- t permanently retains Its crlspness l known only to the maker. Possibly, feutead of a wistaria crape helmet mlrn.jwi. foa iroold prefer one la ferial, Wu a brown BoraUy straw. Is Tho newest shado for hnts Is From From From From It ISO Laredo to Del Illo 350 Del Illo to El I'aso 225 El Paso to lllsteo.... 300 llisueo to Yuma Starting from El Paso tho Invading Americans would cover , I. -- . . I...- - .11 ir.. Ico City: 1 Farmers : Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Torreon to Zacatecu (straight .... line) City Zacatcaa to Mexico (straight Una) From Mexico City to Vent Crux Miles. El Paso to Chihuahua (by rail).. 472 Chihuahua to Torreon (by rail). 736 270 Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of Tobacco is ,curef ujly looked afterNand sold for its full market value and return, promptly made & GLOVER : ) KB DURRETT, Miniftrf, L T. XMSOWI, Aw't J fShe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, MAR. 22, 1910 '.- Ci-'- c w A-- V -?s & rv t Knitted tit the l'ost Oflllce at CloTcrpott, Kj as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN A DY s ft ft Notr AdrrrtlriK pliiiM' uotlf llu- - editor when vmi "urn Mlvi'N inii'in illvontlruccl. ADVERTISING THE ADVERTISE Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this Column NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 3RAMCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICCS Arriving! Dimities, Organdies, Flaxon, Madras, Piques, Lawn, Linen, Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. New White Goods '9 RATEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS f 2,50 For Precinct mid city Offices 5.00 For County Offices For State ami District Offices....f lf.00 10 For Calls, per Hue 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications!! the inter-es- t of Individuals ? expression 10 of individual views per line More than half the cars you see are "Fords." Over a million Ford cars are in use today, rendering efficient economical service under all kinds of conditions. 500,000 will be built and sold this year. Low price places it within your reach. Touring Car $440; Runabout $390; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740 f. o. b. Detroit. On display and for sale by H. ONE CICNT PER WORD Apples For Sale. itli'i' i Havli Write f.ir ililHrrv Hruiii'r. t'nloii iMar. Ky. Ilmvi-'imi- " ntile in t.r II. I. url':. tj: i: a For Sale linrto, il work ONE coinl Aimlv tn vent? old. M DciiimIc Dr. K. ('. Cloverport. Ky. For Sale 'rt. UUftOC.Iervv llotr. ItcaNli m,. Wright. I.'..,. Will 1.. irllt tiled. Mine Ui lRht. -- (Iteen ItniH.. Ir HP of liouuli, Kv. Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, Lt R'y. 19, 1915. . . -- L STADER, Agent TCLCI'IIONH No. 0 WANTED tiurir. Ky. OU Wanted Farm Hand. farm Imnl. Will lirll'C. (fit.. KiLrlilifM. lt.inlln 11 Mrt-iMi- wwwwwww J Effective September No. 142 - Cloverport, Kentucky For Sale Plows. HAI.K rlii'ip- -l new lniurliil I s.'ltntlli OtotVM. II. .1. I!nlnru Ifur- cllnslmiK. Ky it: .V, Come Now, and do Your Spring Sewing Early Si EAST IIOI'NI) i$i wll leavi- Clovirport Arriving IrvlnRtnn Arriving Imlivllle.. No. Ill will leave Clovirport Arriving Irvlnston. . Airlvlnc No. llflwIllleavoCloveruort Arriving Irvlngton .. . jg 'J5'VV, - . 5i For Sale Strawberry Plants. COItSAI.K (liHISlralivrliv I'miiti Atirll ili'ltt fry liytmrrel putt l limiilri'd. I'it K C;irric;in. Irvlnuton. Ky olllcx urilir. 1 V. r,!i? WEST I10UNI) :' A. I '.?! A. i. .M. No. 1J:MI . J . Arriving I lemlerwm ... ' Arriving Evansv llu ... ..10 1.M. Arriving St, Louis ijJ ' ? No. 113 will leave Cloveriwrt ' Arriving Ilnwosvllle Arriving OwinslKjro 8:ll.Ji.. J 5) No. 113 will leave Cloverport UkjnA.JJ. ArrlvingOwcnnoni . . - l it; Arriving Henderson , -- :1jA.m. . Arriving Evunsvlll.; .:10 A.M. Arriving St. Louis OA-!- ' . No. 147 will leave Cloverport. r Arriving Owensboro !' Arriving Henderson . . . 1 I'-h'- will leave Cloverport Ill Arriving OwenMioro. - A. M. Local News and Personal Paragraphs About People at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. N. H. Quiggins waViil Tel! City' Sunday. Mrs. J. F. Harder went to Fordsville Monday. Dr. H. E. Royalty spent Sunday in Louisville. I. B. Richardson, of Garfield, has a new hearse. Percy Jolly visited relatives at Sara-pi- e Sunday. Miss Bmily Reid and Miss Martha dull, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambletbn, Reid will entertain the Jolly Girls' Club .Mrs. Harry Williams, Morton I'enick. Saturday. The trlends ol Mis. Xnnniu yest and Ud Morrison, of Irvlngton, spent last her son, John Vest, will be pleased to week the gue-i- t of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde know their present address which is T2$r W 24th street, Los Angeles, Cal. MorrUou. Paul, Kloise and Anna Francis Crews Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club Thursday returned to their home at McQuudy last week. They had been visiting nlternoon. J. M. Jolly and family have returned their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. from Texas. They have been there for Crews, at H:rned. Rev. S. K. Hunt, of Hardinsburg, nine yeats. Mr. and Mrs. John Neubauer spent was called to Waverly, Ohio, Monday the week end in Owensboro the guests on account of the seridus illness of his brother-in-lawho was badly burned ot relatives. in a gasoline explosion. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Ferry, of LouisMr. and .Mrs. J. H. Work and two ville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. handsome boys, one two years and the Frank Ferry. other four months old, came in from Will Simmons, of Irvington, was in Durant, Okla., last week to visit Mrs. Hardinsburg Sunday the guest of Miss Work's father, Charlie Robertson, at May Wutlington. Glen Dean. Mrs. Mary Sippel, of Louisville, is Mrs. J. W. Williams, of Waitman; the guest of her son, Emniett Sippel Mrs. Marshall Simpson and son, Or and Mrs. Sippel. ville, of Lewlsport; Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Eldred Babbage left Sunday for Porter and sou, Ivan, of Owensboro, Dyersburg, Tenu., where he has ac- attended the funeral of Mrs. E. J. Por cepted a position. ter Wednesday, and were guests of Mr, Mrs. Sallie DeHaveu, of Holt, was and Mrs. George Mullen. the guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.' Wlckliff DeHaven. ST. PATRICK'S DAY Mrs. James Horan, of Louisville, is 8 the guest of her brother, Dr. Baucum Program divert Thursday By J and 'Mrs. Baucum. M M VA NThlt napolis. I. d. A In llrt'L'kliirliL'i' in. mill. Aildreoo Wanted .Man M'lli pilot ;tn Willi horoe mill Imiriry In m'H stool, nuiilllliin tmwilir I) (Miinly. Industrial .Hilary itl t'7i . per India- M . l C NOI ',TF " - - "-- Sc RDO w m CLOVERPORT, KY. KOI! SAI.K 1 houses thliiu lieu. Apply notice toll. Wtlh!uit.u. Tell City. Inu. Nice Modem Home. T rent on hill West of school food cistern, irurncn and Very deslr.ilile location: every Tor Sale Saw.icr Home COI! SAI.K Niwycr lioin": two otnrlcs, ftatne mi lal riMif: !l riionis; mxid cistern and out Imlidlnus. lot. .Mivirc. line for hoarding house) unrih S'.'.Suu for lil casn or terms inset tip estate. -- I. p. Sawyer. 1 : I FOR SALE DUROC JERSEY HOGS ! Kvecutor, (.ulmiilms. ().. Hevlcy For Sal- e- llarrcd Rock Ringlet Hires COIt SAI.K llarrcd Ihick UliiKletcirns. Mv hlrds are from Mock and egifsdl ect from K. II. Thomysmi. Prices reaoonalile. tf.ifc arrival und v i d li.it. 'lies Kiiatantced. .Mrs. r.iiKiiii. cloverport, h.y. For Sale Larje and Small Farms t;OIt HA UK- - A miiiiber of largo ami small fiOti acres funis ,i0 toAdKls-o- . each, for part Ion . t l.irs write Win. ilardlnshuri!, Ky., or james II. seatou. Ciovcrport, Ky. Throe November Yearling CJilts, bred to farrow in March and April; nice ones for $35 each. Four March and April Boars, weigh from 250 to 350 pounds, in breeding condition, for $25 to $40 each. The kind that makes good. Two good tried sows to farrow in April; regular producers, for $50 each. Some nice fall boars at reasonable prices. I Reason for selling: raise them for that purpose. g nnd lialsinR. Ask.your grocer for i t. Send postal curd for booklet of Prizo ltccipea to P. DUFF & SONS 020 Durpiosno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. In Kcalcil snuitary cans. Finest for tnMo ttso G. F. MAYSEY HARDINSBURG, KY., Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg, was Minor P. Compton, of Hardinsburg, here Monday. was in Louisville last week serving on Conductor J. J. Tilford was in Owens-bor- o the U. S. petit jury. Saturday. John Hall came home Friday from Bruce Bennett went to Louisville Rockport, Ind., where he has been emSunday for a visit. ployed for some time. Sara Ahl went to Louisville ThursMrs. V. B. Mattlngly, of Garfield, is day to visit relatives. in Louisville this week buying her Beard, o Hardinsburg, went spring stock of millinery. to Union Star Saturday. Moses Jackson and Mr. Smiley, of G. B. Cunningham, of Chenault, was Hardin Springs, were at the county seat last week on business. inOwensboro last week. Rev. H. E. Jarboe, of Kingswood, Mrs. Chas. May was hostess to the filled his regular appointmeni at High Ladies' Reading Club Thursday. Brabandt, photographer, will be in Plains church last Sunday. Miss Nelle Burke, of Waverly Hill, Hardinsburg Saturday, March 25. P. Ditzenbaca, of Louisville, was spent last week the guest of her parents, J. Mr. and Mrs. John Burke. here Sunday the guest of relatives. Misses Marion Dix and Cecil Dix, of Marshall, of Havves Mrs. Raymond Stephensport, were Sunday guests of ville, visited relatives here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry. Miss Kitty Miller, of Lodiburg, is atJ. M. Herndon, cf Irvington and A. tending the Normal at Hardinsburg. M. Hardin, of Lodiburg, were in HarMrs. John Weisenberg was in Steph-enspoMonday on business. Sunday the guest of relatives. dinsburg Charles Rhodes writes to have his adwill be led SunB. Y. P. U. services dress changed to O. E. K. R. 11th and day evening by Miss Eula McCracken. Hoyt street, Portland, Oregon. Miss Pauline Moorman will be hostess Mrs. John D. Babbage and daughter, to the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Miss Mildrtd Babbage, were guests of Mrs. Cora Renfro, of Dundee, is the relatives in Louisville recently. guest of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gregory. Miss Frances Sawyer and Miss Tula Miss Laura Bosley, of Chena'ult, was Babbage will conduct the Epworth the guest Saturday of Miss Lula Severs. League services Sunday evening. W. L. BandVi of Linden, Iowa, is visMrs. Margaret Steel and daughter, iting his brother, R. S. Bandy, Irving-to- Miss Mildred Steel, of Sorgho, are visP-r- cy rt n. Mrs. Chas. May For the Ladles' Reading Club. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Route No. 2. M Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Chas. May entertained the mem bers of the Ladies' Reading Club very delightfully Thursday afternoon at her home on Main street with a Saint Put Attorney-at-Larick's. Day program. The house was decorated In quantitiesof Raster jlowers, Real Estate Hold nnd KxchanRed, ferns and potted plants, the color Deeds, Contracts, Etc , Prepared and scheme being green and white. acknowledged. When the roll was called each mem Kentucky Cloverport, ber responded with a toast to Ireland The music for the afternoon was furn Ished by Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on May, which consisted of Irish songs ap RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION proprjate to the occasion. A two course buffet luncheon was served, the mints Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also Loulsvilee, Ky. and icings being carried out in the 462 5th St. 12 to 2 and G to 9 p. m color scheme. Shamrocks were given Office Hours: G to 0 a. m. a i souvenirs to each guest at their departure. FOR SALE V. G. BABBAGE w INFORMATION! prepared to handle all lines of Undertaking. My line is complete with a nice Hearse, ready any hour. Will take care of the dead at reasonable prices. : : : : : : I am My Millinery Ads. will appear later with the best at the lowest prices. LODIBURG. Amaugus Diddle, of Posey, 111., was the guest of his parents, Mr. aud Airs John Diddle, last week. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS $1.00 for 15 J. R. ESKRIDGE, Hardinsburg, Ky. BREEDING iting Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. LIghtfoot. C. A. Dye, of Louisville, went to Custer Saturday to visit Dr. J. V. shops. Meador and take a look at his,farm. Mrs. Jennie Basham, of Sample, and Mr. and Mrs. Ea Bell, of Yoacum, son, O. G. Basham, went to Louisville Texas, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Monday. Robert Bell, of Irvington, last w:ek. Miss Jessie Hudson and Morris Kinch eloe, of Hardinsburg, motored here ! Teeth Important to Health Sunday to see the ruins at the shops. Mrs. Robert Fenwlck, of Branden Half chewing and full chewing makes all the difference between the burg, was the guest last week of her half nourished mind and body und parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edraond-sothe full vigored mind and body. It not only affects health, but efficiency Born, to the wife of H. O. Robblns, and earning power. Both looks and February 5, a son. It is now grandpa, efficiency are so very Important that C. W. Robblns, and a very proud man for most all the people a difference he is. of a few dollars In the cost of a plate Jeff Owen, representing the Louisis much less important than the re. ville Grocery Co., was in Owensboro suits from the plate. last week. Says he is having a fine trade. Ira Behen and Mrs. E. C. McDonald A. returned Saturday frpm Chester, N. C, DENTIST Where they accompanied Miss Edith Hirdlaskrt, .Kentucky. Plank. Cloverport people W'IH&tJitirfl Trad C. cently were: Mr. and In LoulsviUe re- Mat Mrs. I. B. .RanMike Tucker left Friday for Paducah to accept a position in the machine n. STOCK Chas. H. Drury will place his breeding stock Bourke Cochran and Clyde Gibson left for California last week. Will Avitt has bought the West rilace near Union Star. "Consideration $715. Walter Harger, of Frjinire was in Hardinsburg last week. Mr aud Mrs, Dan Miller are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl at their home March 14, Jonas Ilasham sold his tobacco in Louisville last week, lie was well pleased with the price $13 75 and $11 l5. William Hollitt, of Mystic, died Sun-daMarch 12, and was buried in the Walnut Grove cemetery Tuesday, March 14, I'uneral services were conducted I. C. Argabright He was a memHe leaves a ber of the Haptist church wife and three children to mourn his I. B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. BRANDENBURG. County Court Clerk Arthur Hunger received the money due Meade county farmers for sheep killed the past year. County School Superintendent L, II. Powell has appointed Miss Annie B. . llolltiR as his CounWillett und Win ty Hoard of ICxamlners for li16. Mrs. E. M. Crowe, mother of Rev. C. K. Crowe, pastor of the Hraudeuburg Methodist church, died at his home in this city Monday night. Sho wns " years of age and had been an Invalid for several years. J. F. Catlett, deputy fire marshal, was in this city Wednesday ami warned different parties inre'gard to the storing of gasoline iu tanks or cans on top ot the ground. Mr. Catlett's construction of the law Is that not over five gallons of gasoline can be kept within fifty feet of a building unless the tank be below the surface of the ground. The pound' party given by Mr. and has Mrs. J. L, Hrowu in honor of their son, Morgan's twenty-firs- t birthdi.v, was largely attended and all reported a joyful time We wish him many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Ned Heese, of Columbus, O,; Mrs. T. C. Nichols, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. K. II. Ditto, of Lexington; and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ditto, of Owensboro, and Lanson aud 1'hillip Ditto, of New York, nre here with their father, J. K. Ditto, who has been dangerously ill of pneumonia. death, Jack Ben At Cloverport, Kentucky for the season of 1916. Business Firms Indicted. Fifteen Hardin county business men or firms were indicted by the March grand jury for failure to tafco out state license to carry on their business as required by law. Hills were returned against dealers at Vine Grove, Cecilian, West Point, Ullzabethtowii aud Sonora. All of the cases were set for March 25 for trial. Uilzabethtown News. Dr. W. Walker Frank Carter In Charge. , !' tr The production of copper In the United States last year exceeded all previous, records. Damage ettimated by the owner at done when fire the barn, of H. T. I'erry, at West Point, enrly Wednesday morning, consuming nil the contents which consisted of i hearse, undertakers' wagon, surrey, Harness and teed. The flames were discovered at 3 o'clock and were beyond control. The origin of the blare is not known. Mr. Perry carried $1,000 insurance. He was in Elitabethtown at the time of the fire, Meade County $2,000 to $3,500, was Messenger. , , Si'. m 9 EXPERT TELLS FACTS FOKKER'SAIRGRAFT MUCH DISCUSSED Inventor of German Aeroplane Is a Dutchman. ABOUT NEW L. C. TAUl l CAUSES DISMAY TO ENEMY. At Fint Youth's Monoplane Received Little Indorsement In Germany England Also Rejected Invention Has Played Prominent Part In War and Created Havoc In Britain and France. Berlin.- - MUnheef rokkeff, the Invent i!i woMoplaua wbicli Bas eta bi;iI havoe Mini roMternnttosi in Great Britain iml i i r. Ii i aattve ot iii- iMMi and ki MM to ba n"t Man Ikaa yeara old. twenty t im c r taraatjr-few- r tor He baa apaM tba greater part of his Mb in Gennaajr, bal would appeal la he tkoroogbl) AiBiHaf with tin' free h mat blnca. Tin' appaaraare ( tba Vokkar is Mantlcal arltb that of I ha French Meraae muiioplane. arMck waa often ajaad bf OaatBTe tlaawl and wbhfb was h in Baxtand in tba salty Had bj linn of Mi in winning tin- - rare ffoai Beadmi t.. Manchester and back, arbtla tlir rotan engines of the Pokber are 11 Mint by American Press Association. MUNHaaa roxaaa declared o be Qeraaaa copies of t he Ffauch Qnoma. t bough claimed io lie the Mercedes engine of 200 borae power. The bulla) proof devlatora attached to the bla del of tba Fokker, rendering tiic machine almoal Immuue from the lire of tba enemy, are saiil by the French tn be tba invention of one of their fliers, Qarros, who was captured by the Hermans in Klanders only a few mouths BgO, Fokker, apparently the guiding gen-iniii Uermao monoplane activity, hail this bullet proof device on bbi arblcb lirst attracted tba attention of Ills adversaries last December. Daring that month he ami but aaaW ants brought down elxtaen Britlah without damage to their own machines. The French io is bettered la lime been fully as large, altbongb KtatL-t- i. s in this as in all French n withheld have from the s a aeee-planeasu-ultics I pajbUc, said he, ignoring the remark. "1 PtMag more was heard of I'okUer York,"fancy you'd better go to New she said mercilessly. except In a Kcneral way until bis forSure enough, Mr. Blithers was off midable new monoplanes entered the for New York soon after daybreak the Held lust December. next moruing, and with him went a mighty determination to Justify him No Secrets m If before the week waa over. Ula wily brain waa working aa it had about "Peuslar While I'm. and Spruce never worked before. Two days later Count Qulnnox reBalsam." The formula of this great cough medicioe ia on every bottle, 25c ceived a message from New York bearing the dlHtieaislug Information at Wedding'a Drug Store. The chief ajaa of the Fokkec is its speed, this being over a hundred miles BB bow and BTfeedlBg by twenty live or thirty miles an hoar anything w hich the Britlah or tba French ntonepMnee can accomplish, and Pakkef bbMatf bbbbm te be respetatioie far this aaiejae feature of his inacldne. Tba fun Is Bbatiuaary, The Mat has nnly to steer the moaopbuie, in action the rakker rises swiftly to a greal height 1,000 feet or mure and have tba air craft of the Britlah ami Kreii. h, ami there it awaits the appear Blue below Of the enemy. Then it stums no it.s Bead and dives. lending dow n a si ream of bullets which forms a cone, at Ike apex of which Is its nun gun. The BJ Under col ers every inch of the i h um's immeiliate urea of escape. Twn men Operate the steering gear, and u passenger Ls apt to be foiinil in front worillng a machine ..'iiii in Iksnss rases when the 1'uKKer Is able to lalte ranu'e l ir.H-- ly behind its enemy, aim-liihen BlTB a stralu'lit line which covers the eiieto 's pilni. engine and tmiK daatlWJllBg or ksjartag everything; in one fualllade, About yean ago K OB, her made hLs appearance in tba Qenuan lying Berpe, ami bla tirst mouopuiua was re eeied with such small enthusiasm there that the iBTBWfloa was . .It. red to the Britlah intern man! Some English BBpafftl examined it. rec.imiiieiided it as being llhcapslzjihle, but mi badly eaaatractad thai H made the iiier's life BJBytbia They therefore but secure' declined ice. .milieu, I n purchase In I v - sideration. out ceri man Vaatly disturbed, Count Quinnox "I say, I.oit. wiik. ap: Cut eoBM took the first train to New York, acnews f..r y..u. We'll have ii prince in companied by Truxton King, who wns family before y. an say Jink confident that outside Influence had the Robinson." been brought BB bear upon the itua-tloShe sat up ill led. M inking with .lis influences Inimical to Crau-Btarmay. "In heaven's name. Will, what Both were of the opinion that dBMgl What have you Russia had something to do with it. have you b en""We may BB able to get to the in hanks through Blithers," said King. "Catttag bait." said in- - Jortelly. a day or two I'll thmw the boaft In "How COUld he possibly be of asand yoatl see what I land, lie's as sistance, to us?" the count inquired. gaoi as aaglil right now. bal weH let "He happens to be a director in him nibble awhile before we Jerk both cone i ns, besides being such a Ami, say, lie's a corker. Lea. Finest power in the financial world that his foaag fellow Pre seen in many a day word is BimOat law when It comes to lie' the big deals." "Y..11 doa1 mean to say that you All I'm way down to the city Count you actually said BBytblng to Mai Quinno was thoughtful, even preThey were nearlni; the abotlt-- a'. ut oh. mv Qod, Will, don't occupied. tell me ihia you were rrasy enoath terming when he leaned over and, to" cried the poor woman, almost In laying his hand on King's knc. said after a lona Interval of silence betears. ".Now, coal down, cool down!" he tween them: "1 tinnoae you know that Oran- broke in aootblngiy, "I'm aa fool, Laa. Trust BBB to do the line work in a case stark has not given up hope that like this. Sow the rlghl kind of BBlda i'rinc lb. bin may roon espouse the ; and you'll gal results every time. I daughter of our neighbor, Dawsber-merely dropged a few hints, that's all Ken." Kiu.; gave him a queer look. "By -- and direction, believe in the ri'-'I was thinking of me. Oonnl Equtnoi win do the rest. Jove, that's odd! I'll bet my head we'll have this irii. e that very thing when you spoke." "The miii n would lie of no profit to running after Maud so" us in a pecuniary way, my friend.'' ex She faced him ote B inoro and angrily most do "Still "Listen to ma," ah eatd, "I've had plained the count. reasons.It is Da Weber-geShe has BOMB to slrable for other It talk with Maud is let a rich country, nor are its bed w hh a Splitting headache, and I'm people progressive. Tile reigning bouse, not surprised. Don't you suppose the however, is an old One and rich in tra poor child has a particle of pride I She dltiona. Uoney, my dear King, is not gaaaasd Bi aaea just what yea bad everything in this world. There are gone over there for, and sin- cried bar some things it cannot buy. it is sineyes out. Now she declares she will gularly Ineffective when opposed to an never lie able to look the prince in the honest sentiment. Kveu though the fuce, and as lor the KlBgB eh. it's young princess were to come to Gran Sickening. Why can't you leave these lark without a farthing she would things to in-Yon p. about like a' still be hailed with the wildest BC hull in a china shop. You might at claim. We are a race of blood wor least have waited until the poor child shipers, if I may put It in that way had an opportunity to see the man be- She represents a force that has doaal fore rushing in with your talk about Dated oar instincts for a great many money. She" centuries, and we arc bound hand and "She ll like him all right." said ho foot, heart and soul, by the so called confidently. We arc tierce fetters of imperialism. "She will refuse even to meet him men. but we bend the knee and we toif she hears of your silly blunder wear the yoke because the sword ot night." destinyis in the band tliatdrives us. To Lowering his day we are ruled by a prince whose His face brightened. VOBN to a half whisper, he said: "We sire was not of the royal blood. Oar needn't tell her what I said to that old prince assumes an nttitude of hide chap, Laa. Just let her think I sat paadeace that we lad difficult to around like a gump and never said n He is prepared to defy an old word to anybody. We can'1 precedent in sup'iort of a new one. In "Hut she'll pin you down. Will, and other words, he points out the unmisyea know you eaat lie with a straight takably happy union of his own mothface." er, the late Princess Yetive, and the ".Maybe maybe I'd better run down American Lorry, and it ls something to New York for a few days," he unitwe cannot go behind. He declares that his other set an example that lie may emulate without prejudice to his country if he is allowed a free hand in choosing his mate. "But we people of Graustark cannot look with complaisance on the possible result of bis search for a sharer of the throne. Traditions must be upheld or we die. True, the crown princess ot Dawabergaa has American blood in her veins, but her sire is a prince royal. Her mother, as you know, was an American girl. She who sits on the throne with Robin must bo a princess by birth or the grip on the sword of destiny is weakened and the dynasty i 11 iT it m lit III tortttTCI t1i.l( Thm mnnv snfT'Ti a fr-know thai Itch, hum and pain Vrtil he un new article thai i m.vlc from nattirta hcrlia, and wilt Koth and lcuin healing; ai anon tin applitd Uu Urn piven W science for 'the rrli f of tbr many ill ..hrnrtr ncd martyr. ! Mr. R. J. rairw r. VM is OflM tOHM rial work with the American Medicine Com .llmtown and wlioin Ml are at libpkVKJ of erty to ddriM in care ol that firm, wrilrt: ' I faye a l.ox of D'F.XMA t Stuart Mc-- I KirT.y, SIS Turner St., of this ci!y, and Mr. Hi Kirhv hnji fail com? to me with the follow-- ! lna Mau ri :it : l ma tmoM. d wnh a rnh all I have trod nevrral ever my anna m l handi r. medu s, hut none teemed to have any effect or Imi lit ne. I tried one box of aalvc. After rtpplyint? daily for a vck I am i i. ;i cd to ?:iy that my .ktn U nil rh arcd up and I heartily indorac and recommend this remedy.' Why suffer from umuhtly eruptions or the Copyright, 1914, by Dodd, Mead and Company. fire of Fxetna, or runninn aoret, or poison rashes, whin this wondrr.nl new discovery will at once Mop all MilTciintf and bruin to era t i bear he la ta.towa for a few heal at once ? that the two private banking institu CHAPTER IV. We are the only druum is in this town from whom D'EXMA, ini areal herbal balm, tions on which he had been depend- days." The Loan Is Blocked. Count Qulnnox looked tn Truxton can be sccuicd. Am m touay. ing for aid in the hour of trouble had I!, m.lTHT.'ls rcn home In decided that it would he Impossible King lor h)p( ration, and that genlle Wcddiag'f Imuh sti'M. Clove i poll, Ky His ertft was for them to make the loan under con- man favored him with a singularly 1. ,1 bi sale, p, awoba bar Willi dispiriting nod of the head. The old GBAUSTABK, GEORGE BAPP McCUTCMEON BY i HERBAL SK3N BALM iircuiaiiCB uiiice - nut 1 Cloverport, Kentucky i;;inniiir tm or- natloaiul Windstorm, f -- 1 rire, . .. i . 1 Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies ggSbaaBBBa l'iMA aaaaajgaajBaaaaagaJ -- I r. Henry Trenl . II. W 'r. Trent sy P L Davis hl Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and ; Gmnatarkhtn cleared his throat and rather stllfly nnuoaMtad that he would receive Mr. Blithers if be would enll on him at the Rltz that afternoon. "What!" exclaimed both agents, half starting from their chairs in amaze meiit. ' - 11 - Isn't lu the habit of going out Of his way pa to oblige any body. He wouldn't do it for the emperor of (Jer ninny." "Rut." said tba count, with a frosty smile. "I am not the emperor of Gar many." "Better lei me make an appoint men I for you to see him at his office. It's just mound the corner." There was a pleading note in the speaker's voice. "You might save your face. Calvert, by saying that the count will be pleased to have him take lea with him at the Bits." anggeeted King. "Tear ex. lait I Calvefl scornfully. "Blltbera doeaa't drink the stuff." "It's a 0gUTe of speech." said King en The count stared hard at them. "You may say to him Unit I will be in at i." "He'll tell you to go to ahem!" The speaker coughed just lu time. "BHtb- v C Sale Stable ! Hardinsburjr, S'. ' - Ky. I I 5f M. E. CHURCH, South ' A ml SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD. " Superintendent, Secretary Dr. W. A. WALKER. ht patiently, "All right; I'll telephone." said the other dubiously. He came back a few minutes late: with a triumphant look in Ids eye. "Blither says to tell Count Qatgaoi he'll see him tomorrow morning at half past S at his office-- Sorry he's engaged this afternoon." "Bel did you say I wanted him to have tea with us?" demanded the count, an angry Hush leaping to his cheek. "I did. I'm merely repeating what he said In reply. Half past s. at his office, count. Those were Ids worus." "It Is the most brazen exhibition of Insolence I've ever" began the count furiously, but checked himself with an effort. "I I hope you did not say that I would come, sir!" "Yes; It's the only way" "Well, be good enough to call him up again and say to him that I'll I'll see him blanked before I'll come to his office tomorrow at 8:30 or at any other Commercial Supplies For the Business Man at This Office. - Ii Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves Price 25c Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves Price 5c in " A I'romisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- e Xotes, 50 25 Cents Deed Covers Send your deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for 5 PALM BEACH Cents Cents Cents Paper, lin- hour." And with that the count got up and stalked out of the office, putting on his hat as he did so. "Count." said King as they descended in the elevator. "I've got an idea in my head that Hill hers will be at the Ritz at 4." "Do you Imagine, sir. that I will receive htoaf "Certainly. Are you not a diplomat?" asked King. "I am a minister of war," said the count, and his scowl was an indication of absolute proficiency In the science. "And, what's more." went on King reflectively, "it wouldn't in the least surprise me if Blithers ls the man behind the directors in this sudden move of the banks." "My dear King, he displayed the Deeds, 3 for 10c GIRL. Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, two for over-com- e. Tan colors ure taking the lead with many of the spring suits. This trim ault features a tan ribbed serge with a full skirt that has wide. Inverted plaits on the hips to give the fullness. The coat has a rippled flare, and the detachable collar is of white faille silk. Ball buttons hi a deeper tan give a neat finish, the frout being single breasted LINEN FROCKS. 5 10 12 Pension Certificates, three for sheets of Typewriter en, legal size, price 5 Cents State- Printed Stationery including ments and Sale Books. keenest interest and sympathy the er night at your house. He" oth- falters." They had not been lu New York city whom l hey would have to appeal if they expected to gain a fresh hearing with the banhB. The agents w-in a dismal state of mind. The deal had been blocked no later than the afternoon of the day before and at a time Whea iverythiag appeared to be going along most sw imniingly. BHtben was the man to see. He and he alone could bring pressure to bear on the director-ale- s that Bight result in a reconsideration of the surprising verdict. Something had happened during the day to alter the friendly attitude of the hanks. They were now politely reluctant, as one of the agents expressed It. which really meant that opposition to the loan had appeared from some unexpected source us a sort of eleventh hour obstacle The heads of the two hunks had as much as said that negotiations were at an end. that was the long and short of It. It really didn't mailer w hat was back of their sudden change of front, the fact still remained hat the transaction was as "dead as a door nail" unless It could be revived by the BaagMtH touch of a man like l!lll hers "What ggg have happened to cause Ihaai to change their minds so abruptly?" cried the perplexed count. "Sure- ly our prime minister and the cabinet have left nothing undone to convince tbem of (iraustark's Integrity and'' "Pardon me. count." Interrupted one of the broker. "Shall try to make au appointment for yoa with Mr. Bllth- re I 1 an hour before tuev discovered that William W. Blithers was the man to "Of course I may be wrong." admitted King, bui Ids brow was clouded. Shortly after luncheon that day Mrs. Blithers received a telegram from her husband. It merely stated that he was going up to have lea with the count at 4 o'clock and not to worry, as things Were shaping themselves nicely. To be Continued When baby suffers with eczema or some itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of it goes a long 50c. a way and it is safe for children. box at all stores. Linen frocks for young women have They are now made their nppearnnee. of French or ramie linen, quite sturdy as to weave and rather tallorlsh us to cat They have boyish pockets and straight skirts, simple blouses with white collars and are rather plain in general, but quite good looking. They come lu pretty rose shades, charming blues and browny tans. 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. LOCUST HILL. Hev Philip filled his regular ap pointmeat at the Methodist church lu re Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Carman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Kvans Carman Bad llattic Carman, of Woodruw, and Hev. 'hi hp, of Kingswood, were din der guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alford Car man Sunday. I Best Pig Feed I've been able to gel may Fir. W. La Fontaine, Indiana, writinif about . M. Hubbard, PlVsUdmt Indiana I'olund ( liiiiii BfOMMr Association, lu STEPHENSPORT Rapier's Pig Neal t He informed me tnat her dot would be twenty milliona." You an square it tared unhappllj belter man l can. "lu other words, I can lie with a Straight face." aha said ironically. "1 never thought she'd balk like this," Britain. daughter, Henrietta. Davis and Koy Moddisou, Miss of Woodrow, were the guests of Mr V. J. lahagf was in Humple Sunday and Mrs. J. W. Blair Sunday. Steve Hale, of Holt, was the guest of J. W. Davis went to Hardinsburg Miss HelvaJ. French Sumlay. Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Brown were the Mr. and Mrs. Murray Butler were week end guests of relatives at Mystic. the guests of their brother, Hardin Mrs. John Weisenberg, of Clovtrport, Butler, and family Sunday. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Miss Lottie Davis entertained at Mrs. V. H Hanks. dinner a few of her girl friends on Mrs. Will. Howellaud Hussell Dowell, March 7, it being her 15th birthday. of Union Star, spent Sunday with Mr. Those present were: Misses Annie B and Mrs. O W. Dowell. Davis, Allien Carman, Dora AKdU, Misses Cecil and Marion Dix anil Miss Mable and Dimple Glasscock, Fannie Laura Bosley were in Cloverport Satur- Dyer and Lula Johnson. day vhiting frivnds. Mrs. Fred Davis and Miss Annie B. Mrs. Owen Shotniaker, of Koine, Davis visited their uncle, 8. A. Davis, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John at Woodrjw one day last week. McCoy, last week. J. W. Hi. in made a business trip to Woodrow one day last week. C. A. Tinius was in Holt Sunday. Miss Lottie Davis was the guest of Mr ami Mrs. L. L) Kox attended the tuneral ot Mrs. Haswell Tuesday at her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis, one night this week. Hardioaburg. Dr. aim Mrs. G. K Shively spent the Protestant Sunday Schools in the week end in Owenaboro with tbeir United States have 16,000,000. pupils. vh-it- ed iize tillil In t i'l'ov. 111'.' (1 .1 til.lt hut u II known. mi.-- .' twin ulile ti u'l to my li"if He hrs irlt'd them (ill. Tim i:.eul In a KleWtaM fajfgj ineul. ntohu-nt- . mixture uf ulfalfa ttn, iiuul. tvti m ). 1 llaxsejed- i d riire.qwtioil. fruiue ilt-bur.ct ut.d iinnirnl prtoflea, etu bin lil rr. Write fur full liiiurumlio' S U Uah FEED CJ RAPILK 2nd St.,Ufnboro,Ky 1, "I lis;ivs. It nns proven lim j Glad to Hear From Kentucky Friends. Dear Mr. Babbaife:- - You will find enclosed one dollar for which please send me The Breckenrid(e News for iUIK, beginning with January 21. We are always glad to get the paper and hear from our Kentucky friends and especially Cloverport. Dewey Trip-lit- t, l..i l'orte, Tex. For That Cough. "Penslar White Pine and Suruce Hal. sain is tne cough medicine that stands in a class by itself. 26c at Wedding's Drug Store. There are j,000 seeds la a bushel of wheat. i 1 OUTPUT OF SHIPS LESSENED BY During last year tho birth ratfl in Kentucky Increased 2000 and the desln rato decreased 2000. Verdicts of $91,585.20 In favor of the Travelers' Insuranro Machine ComCUT TO THE QUICK pany and $3,000 In favor of the estate of Bernard Hcltkempcr against tho city of FOR BUSY READERS the CourtLoulsvlllo wero sustained in of Appeals. Reinsurance of the policies of the Central Life Insurance Company of The total valuation of proporty In Loulsvlllo was authorized by Judge Stout. New policies will be Issued Clark county Is $15,000,000. conHogs reached $10 a hundred on the In lieu of the old tracts. Loulsvlllo market, Tho Ministerial Association of Grayson county will vote .Tune 3rd In an open letter to the on a bond issue of $175,000 for roads. Tho Pittsburg and Toledo baseball Mayor of Louisville, called attention clubs are training at Dawson Springs. to reports that there Is gambling, IlFive hundred casso of the measles legal sale of liquor and a generally lax morality that Is attracting undearo reported at Owensboro. r Of 23 bills Introduced In sirables. Governor Stnnley has appointed Repthe legislature only two passed. Harlan rounty road bonds sold at a resentative Robert Cook, of Christian county, nnd W. J. Flgg, of Shelby premium of $4 on tho hundred. There are 5G entries for tho Ken- county, ns tho two Republican members of tho Hoard of Control to suctucky derby, May 13th. Directors of tho Louisville Board of ceed Dr. Gardiner, of Madlsonvlllc, and Trailo decided on a trade extension Thomas Hall, of Frankfort. trip through eastern Kentucky In May. S. C. Elliott, assistant state fire marshal, reported at Frankfort that on Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sampson, March 10th 13 fires occurred In Loulscelebrated their sixty-fiftwedding anniversary with a reception. vlllo nnd suspected several of them to John B. Russell, aged 40, prominent be of lncendlnry origin. He Is prelawyer at Hopklnsvllle, committed paring to take evidence before the grand Jury. suicide by the use of a shotgun. The Good Roads bill which Is a subOwensboro Is also making an effort to secure tho new shops of the stitute ' for the Shackleford House Kenmeasure has passed Congress. L., H. & St. L. Railroad. The merchants and farmers of Trigg tucky will get under this bill $1,507,000 county have organized a Development In five years, starting with $100,000 the first year and Increasing proporLeague. At Princeton Gus Lacy was acquitted tionately annually. for killing Carl Coleman on the With tho conviction of Fons Snpp, Rowan Sapp nnd Tom Tharpe, In the grounds of The Henderson National Bank and Circuit Court nt Springfield, practitho Union Bank and Trust Company cally a whole family has been sentenced to terms In tho penitentiary. of Henderson have consolidated. The Iron foundry at MIddleshoro has All of them were charged with stealing been started after being closed for poultry. J. Robert Bird, who has been farm many months. Mrs. Laban Phelps, of Louisville, In demonstrator for Crittenden county for a fit of despondency, committed sui- the past year, has been retained for another 12 months, tho Fiscal Court's cide. Scarlet fever has appeared In the appropriation of $275, with the private public schools at Marlon and all cases subscription and state aid having provided $1,000, the amount necessary to havo been quarantined. A mechanical burglar device catches continue the work. A test suit to determine tho amount and holds a negro on Jefferson street, the state road department may exLouisville, until police arrive. The estate of the late J. B. Haggin, pend for engineering help may be filed, as Treasurer Goodpaster has refused Lexington, was appraised at to pay out more than $23,000 unless S. W. Bedford, the missing Lexing- the court first advises him that the ton Insurance man, carried $20,000 life payment of more than this amount Is authorized by law. insurance. A largo gray eagle, weighing 25 Stt'phen Burch Buchanan, a prominent business nran of Louisville, died pounds and measuring six feet from tip to tip of wing, was captured by nt Colorado Springs, Colo. Senator Tom Moore, of Brccklll D. P. Chance In tho Cumberland Moun- ridge county, has been confined In a .tains a few days ago, and was brought Lexington hospital In a very serious ,to Mldillcsbnro. The bird attacked an plS - months - old child and its claws he-condition. Four men were killed and twe tame entangled In the child's clothes severely Injured In an explosion at and the bird was captured. the Plkovlllo Planing and Supply ComEfforts aro being made to obtain one pany. thousand members to a health club In Telephone, telegraph and steamboat Mt. Sterling by the various women companies have been placed by an act 80010,1103 to carry on the fight against or tne legislature under tno jurisdic- the white plague. Being refused aid tion of tho Railroad Commission. by the city and county officials, tho A millionaire colony from Now York club women determined to raise the may take over Elmcndorf, tho money by getting members at a miniprincipality near Lexington, the mum of $1 a year. property of the lato Jani" B. Haggin. Tho following Kcntuckians obtained Tho Louisville, Henderson and St. patontg at Washington. Edmond J. Louis Railroad shops at Cloverport Crowlcyt Sebrce( ma- wero destroyed by tire New shops ' hIne; Fred Myerg Columbia, Ibrake may bo erected at Henderson n yi lom Ti'vllv 17 nun 1a innnoln til aouu er,. t anroau nas given oxploglvo engine and Igniter median-medal- s to all of Its men who have ,am for expIosIve cnglnes nnd John worked for tho company 2o years ot T WoIs Newnorti nlm maRazlne for KENTUCKY NEWS WAR Com- England's Yards Idle as ISPECIAL.I Until April 1, 1916 pared With Peace Times, BUILDING SMALLER profit-sharin- g VESSELS Number Increased, but Total Tonnage Government It Greatly Decreased Controli Moit of the Labor and Thus the Individual Concerns Are Handi- capped. nntl-llquo- IHERX IT IS! 3 How seriously the wnr has affected the shipbuilding Industry of the world is shown In tho official statistics which havo been supplied by tho leading British shipbuilding firms. During the past year only 1,033 merchant vessels, representing a total of 1,071,010 tons, have been added to the mercantile marine of tho world, us compared with 3,103 vessels of 3.4S1.171 tons during 1014. While all tho combatant nations have obviously suffered in tho greatest degree, the United Kingdom has been the most seriously affected, for tho figures relating to liritlsh shipbuilding show that only GIT merchant vessels were built, representing a total tonnngc of 040,330 tous, as against 1,204 vessels of 1.722,151 tons during tho previous year. Output In 1914 and 1915. The following tabic, which has been compiled from statistics furnished by tho leading shipbuilders, shows the total output of tho world during 1015 and 1014:. 1915. 1911. Tou-Slilp- o h I The Breckenridge News Each I I 1 1 he Daily Eveninq Post One 1 I Home ,:ft 7-- and Farm 1 Year! 91 6 Calendar 1 I i And a Beautiful iW ST:& YZt Ton- - s. nagc. Shlpa. nage. 1,291 1.722,131 271 C7.99I United Kingdom.. British dominions. Foreign combatant and noncombat- ant Total 617 183 019,338 32,937 ALL FOR ONLY $3.00 905 1.C55 9S9.337 l.COO 1,01,023 1,671.010 3,1(2 3,431,171 In the statistics relating to work turned out by British yards, no figures aro given of warships building. Were these figures included, It is probable that the output might have been larger than in any previous year, but the totals servo to demonstrate tho amount of work which has been accomplished in British yards. During the whole year ship owners have been deploring tho dlflicultlcs which have lain in tho way of their obtaining delivery of vessels ordered before the war broke out. and in many ynrds devoted entirely to war work new mercantile tonnage remains on tho stocks and in the condition It was left months ago. Tho Production In 1913. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO The Breckenridge News, J Cloverport, Ky. . 7.fr?.&VZ&7-&TZtttfFTW7- 1 af-.'- ms. k At??y, tAs- ??a. During the year 1013 tho total mercantile production of the United Kingvessels with an aggredom was gate tonnage of 1.077.573, so that the output last year was less by 007 vessels and 1.32S.237 tons. The decrease hi the British output has been particularly heavy in Belfast, where Harland & "Wolff have for the first time In tho history of ihj famous firm lnpnrhcd no merchant vessel, whereas In 1013 they launched six steamers representing 150.047 tons. Workman. Clark & Co. also did comparatively little mercantile work, for the total of the new tonnage which they turned out during tho year was half a dozen with a total tonnage of 20,318. as against vessels representing 73.1SS tons during tho previous year. It was enrly In the year that Workman. Clark & Co. completed their most Important merchant steamers, the Pembrokeshire, the Carmarthenshire and the Ebro. for tho Itoynl Mall Steam racket company. All three vessels were practically completed at the end of 1014. and there nre specific reasons why tho vessels should be finished tills year. At the end of March they launched tho first of a number of steamers which they have contracted to build for the United Fruit company of New York and Boston, the steamer Ban Mateo, a vessel of 3,310 tons. In May tho steamer San Pablo was placed in the water, and this was followed in August by the steamer San Pedro. These threo boats nro Intended for tho cargo trndfl only and are sister ships. In October a fourth vessel for the samo owners, but intended for the cargo nnd passenger carrying trade, was Since October Workman, launched. Clark & Co. have been tngaged on work other lhau for the mercantile navies of tbe world. Activities In Clyde Yards. There has been great activity throughout tho whole year In Clyde yards, from which" 120 vessels, representing In tho aggregate 215.000 tons, were launched. Many of ibe vessels, however, were small ones, und whether they Increase tho number of launches, they da not add considerably to tho total tonnuge. Although the majority of tho shipyards oil the Clyde wero taken ovet by tho government shortly after tlw outbreak of the war. for a considerable tlrao there was no suspension of tncrcnntllo work. Thcro are still to bo found on the Clyde several yards devoted In the main to the construction of small steamers of the ycoastlnu grade, which are not establishments." and for some months lueso yards were able to proceed without any difficulty with the contracts they had on band. ( It was only after tho government decided upon a scheme for drawing U Tillable labor to the "controlled yards" for war work that thee flnaa experienced any difficulty. "con-stroll- wy, wy, f:s. i:y. wy. wy. t 5i. vfci. ?8i HARNED. The Woman's Missionary Society of! Kpliesus church met with Mrs Jas. Several memHolmes lust Thursday All report an bers and visitors present. enjoyable time. 3000-aer- TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in rencwitifr your subscription. Plcttse p.xiiiiiinc the label on your paper. If your subscription is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. wecd-burnln- g " m Hie death sentence Imposed upon a negro ravisner oi wnite women ic Campbell county has been upheld by the Court of Appeals. Duke Uowden, a lawyer in Louisville, attempted suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. He well-know- n n!?" I movlng-plctur- inrtipo,,. fn, nima Mrs. Cliainbliss nnd daughter, Miss Ruth, and son, Herbert, were guests of machines and length her daughter, Mrs. Kobert. Weatherfotd last Friday. Mrs Tom Gregory spent several dajs last week with her daughter, .Mrs. II It. Moorman. .Mr ami Mrs G. P. Macey were the guests of his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Macey Sunday and attended church at Hphesus. Mr, John Moredock was the guest of his niece, Miss llessie II Weatherlord, last week. Mrs C. M. Ahlridge spent several dins last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs. P. D. Miluer. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Macey, Mrs. S. M. Crume and daughter, Amanda, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Crume. Miss May Pile spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Neva Miluer. Mr. Clint Tucker and son, Ernest, came down from Louisville Saturday night to visit relatives here. Messrs. 1'. M. Payne, C Y. Moorman, L. A. Laniptou and C. M. Aldridge made a business trip to McDauiels last week. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Crume and sons, David and Raymond, were the week-enguests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. ' T. Macey. Kev. Chestiue Kinuisou filled his reg ular appointment at l?phesus Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Macey is on the sick last. Mr. and Mrs. Sherdy Uasham are the proud parents of a baby girl, born March 19. Mrs. Win. Carman is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Owen Ilasham. Mrs. Nick Webster, of Codyville, is visiting her little granddaughter, Miss Gladys Webster, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Denuie Webster, of near Mook. Mrs, II. P. May is not very well at this writing. Mr. C. M. Aldridge left for McDauiels Sunday to take charge of the blacksmith shop. Ttie family will make that their home in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tucker and cull dren; Myrna and Reba, were the guests d RENEWAL ORDER THE Ml ECKENHI DG E IS'EWS, Ky. Enclo.-e- d will recover. Four bootleggers were given 30 days in Jail and a flno of $100 each at Lancaster by the now police judge ap pointed recently by Governor Stanley. While starting a furnace fire with coal oil Mrs. Owen T. Yates, aged 45, of Leltchfleld, received burns from which she died. John W. Booth, elevator operator al the Business Woman's Club, Loulsvlllo. was caught between the carriage and the floor, and killed. Fire destroyed the Florida school of the Kentucky Mljltary Institute, All the cadets escaped with most oi their property. Fayette county's $300,000 road bond issue was sold at 4 V i per cent premium on a 4X23 per cent Interest basis. Fourteen firms bid for the bbnds. Bell county will vote on a $150,00( road bond Issuo May 13th, the second in the past 14 months. The first Issue of $250,000 is not sufficient to put all the roads in the condition desired. Kentucky has 1C8 officers and 2,325 men members of tho stato troops ready for action In Mexico, If needed. This is more than any Southern state, except Georgia and Virginia. James Oliver, of Henderson, com mltted suicide by putting a bullel through his head and also hanging himself. He had only been married three weeks. The rigid enforcement of tho lid law In Loulsvlllo on Sundays has driven hundreds of Loulsvlllo a thirsty populatlon to Jcfforsonvlllo and new Albany, Indi, across tho river. A llttlo daughter of James' NeaL noar Peak's Mill In Franklin county. from an open grate ic burned spite of tho efforts of her little brothei to rescue her ' Judge Bethurum refused an lnjunetlon to prevent tho Issue of $300,000 oi road bonds in, Pulaski codnty, holding the olect on valid as a majority ol totes had been cast for the proposl - Model road work is starting in Nicholas county and before tho end of the summer it Is planned that over $75,000 worth of additional good roads work will be finished In this county. Some of the contractors on the various roads have begun the work of reopening their quarries. Six ot the main roads of the county aro now under contract for reconstruction. A period of from two to three years will ho necessary. It is said, to complete tho work of cutting the cedars from tho old battlo grounds, at Blue Lick Springs, near Carlisle, and hauling the timber to the railroads. It will be shipped from Carlisle to Memphis to be used in making lead pencils. Cut ting away tho trees Is changing the old Blue Lick battlegrounds appearance and former summer resort. After a fow weeks of quiet, due to tho scarcity ot steel for construction purposes, tho Pearslto Company starts up again at Clay City with a full force of employes. It Is said that the company will employ many more men than was at first Intended and assur ances wore given that the manufacture will go ahead full blast In of an effort to keep up with the orders that have been pouring In, Christian county voted a $400,000 bond issuo for good roads by a ma Jorlty of 3,127, the vote being 4,607 for tho proposition and 1,480 against. With this money It Is estimated that more than 200 miles of present pike can be reconstructed nnd about 50 miles of y a1' t"9 new l,lko bullt- - whlcn wl" clllcf roads to tno county line. All 1,10 worI w'" 1)0 don0 under tho state dye-stuff- s find '$ which apply to my sub- scription account. Namk Addhkss all VX3 'V"0!1' UUb Ah0 Ul 1MB BIUIQ . UttU IU1JU, "'V' I veteran ot the Civil War and a follower of the Southern Confederacy, had on exhibition at the courthouso in Unlontown a relic ot . .1 1, nH T. " ,J u 0,1 tno " " " and has ttlefleld. Plckod een 'n ever since. It D. C. Hancock, a 088 figured " conspicuously In many ,Ion- - campaigns of the county, especially tbat of the OUrthouse race. Dabncy ,ay8 that on that memorable day in wh,,.h Unlont0wn went down In Jo- (eat no had h,8 drum and foilowin8 nlm wa a crowd hundreds strong who cast their vote for Morganneld. of Mr. and Mrs. Peld Tucker Sunday. Modern Kitchenette Made Mrs. V. G. Goodman and sous, Owen Household Laboratory, and Stoy Reeves, were guests of Mrs, S, M. Crume Sunday. One of the interesting exhibits at an Mrs. G. P. Macey was the guest of her electric show held some time ago at mother, Mrs. Kobt. Norton, at West New York was a model kitchenette, View Monday. which occupied a surprisingly small amout of space. It Is described In the. April Popular Mechanics Magazine, AMMONS. Nearly all of the utensils and appliances with which it was equipped W. C. Dutschke took 12 fat hogs .and were electrically operated and detwo cows to Louisville last Saturday. signed to save labor and simplify Miss Myrtle Stiles visited her moth- kitchen work in particular nnd houseer, Mrs. Hell Stiles, who has bean work in general. In a space, 10 ft, long nnd "(I in. deep, were arranged quite ill. Kev. Curl has been on the sick list. all the things needed in the culinary department and many things found In Miss Edna Payne Is improving. homes. but ft-It represented a S H. Bobbins took a nice bunch of combination kitchen and laundry in hoes to Louisville last week. which every Inch of space was utilized, Mr. Itlce Pool purchased a cow of and fire and Ice unknown and unnced-e- d. Mr. Oliver Sheluian. At one end was a Miss Gertrude Shelmati was the cabinet, and adjacent to it two wide guest of Mrs. W. H. Dutschke Satur- shelves on which the various utensils were kept. Beneath these were a rack, day and Sunday. Space Mrs. H. E. Canary left last Satur- sink, and washing machine. day for Vinclnnes, ill., to join her was provided for a portable vacuum husband, who has a position at that cleaner, an elctric refrigerator) air purifier, oven, stove, dishwasher plac;. and a sanitary garbage receptacle. Rev. II. J. Blackburn filled his reguAn electric roaster, percolator, toastlar appointment at this place. er, chafing dish, tea samovar, and WedThe W. M U. met as usual on other accessories of a like character nesday at 2:30 o'clock. were arranged on the shelves, which were finished in white enamel and Never can tell when you'll mash a kept Immaculately clian. linger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or China Imports great quantities of old scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your horseshoes and converts the metal Into, knife blades. druggist sells It. 35c and 30c. ttTtTTTTTTTTI i ins i i li S, Lieutenant's Wife Describes How Her Husband Killed a Dozen of the Mexican Outlaws. n "I niim Bare Handful of Men Bravely unased tne uanmts Into Mexico, but No Battle Resulted. r-- every ofllcer In tlic wnr house, and a Vllllsta threw his rllle In busily engaged his face. Kvidontly my husband's sudcarrying out the moblllzn-Ho- den appearance frightened the Mexiof large military forces can, for, although he was at very close on tlio Mexican bonier nnd with sev- range, he llrcd his rllle, and tho bullet eral detachment!) of cavalry nlready In passed over Mr. Castlcman's shoulder. the troublesome little republic seeking Mr. Castlcman killed the Mexican. "Mr. Castleman then turned tho I'nncho Villa, Interest of the American public has been transferred from Ver- guard out. Then ho turned out Troops dun and other European battlefields V nnd H. Meanwhile tho camp had to our own country. been aroused. Hut Villa's men wore All American olllcers agree that It already there. Some of tho soldlcra is no easy task to "get" Villa. lie Is a were killed before they got their guns. ly fox. In a great many respects llko Lieutenant Fought Barefoot. Iluerta, who caused so much trouble In "Lieutenant J. P. Lucas, In command all his reign Mexico. Hut Iluerta in never did anything na brutal and sav- of the machine guns, fought barefoot age as Villa's attack on the little town Tho battle wns In the dark, and only two men could get to Mr. Lucas. Ono of Columbus, N. M. The bandits knifed every sentry to of these, n sergeant, was killed. Mr. death and thus effected, undetected, Lucas had only himself and another entry Into the heart of Columbus, uc- - man, and In the dark ho must have put WITH Willie Simmons, of Irvlngton, spent the week end iu town the guest of a friend Mrs. P. M. Heard has been In Union Star visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson. Jammed. "Later on we saw the bandits leavH. M. Heard went to Louisville last ing." he said. "First a few appeared, Ftlday to sell a car load of stock for and these rodo nwny In flight, follow- Heard Bros. ed by ever Increasing numbers, and wo John Akers made a business trip to then realized that they were retreating, and I can tell yon there was n general Irvlngton Saturday, sigh of relief when we saw the Elliott Moorman and flster, Miss Hoeing and nbout n mile behind Mildred Mooirr.an, of Glen Dean, spent them n mere handful of our own troop- Friday with Miss Louise Moorman. ers. Mrs. Nora Board, of Irvlngton, was Anxious to Get Away. in town Saturday. "There wns little firing from our Mr. and Mrs. Will Bcauchamp had a men. They rode with grim determination, but tho bandits constantly turned h'ouse party at their country home comand fired. Their shots were occasional- posed of the following young ladles: ly answered by our men. who rodo In Misses Katie and Haunah Jarboe, Annie good order, llko n well oiled piece of Lee Mattlngly, Agnes and Lucile Jarmachinery. I thought several times boe. what would happen If the bandits M. D. Beard and sons, M. D. Jr., and should turn and give fight to our troops, who seemed to bo about sixty In num- Ralph Beard, attended the Gun Club in ber. But the Mexicans were evidently Louisville last Friday and Saturday. only too anxious to get nwny. and finalSamuel Evans went to Louisville last ly we saw them disappear with our Thursday to accept a position with boys in close pursuit. "When we finally pulled Into Colum- Robinson Bros. ns I saw at least fifty bodies lying Brabandt, photographer, will be in nbout and went nt onco and saw Colo- - Ilardinsburg Saturday, March 25. J. T. Hoben was in Louisville last week purchasing goods for his store. Tiie St. Romauld's school had a can dy pulling last Friday night. The report came that it was n success finanVII-llst- bus," said Mr. Chllds. "when wc heard tho firing and saw the smoke from the burning village. The engineer brought It to a stop, and wo waited In the train. Not n person had a gun. and a number of women and children were nboard. We had been somewhat fearful of a raid for a number of miles whllo wo were going through that country." Mr. Chllds said that they could distinctly hear the crashing of the machine gun, and then It suddenly stopped, and he later learned that It had HARDINSBURG. Truth Is easy, and the light shines clear iu hearts kept open, honest and sincere. Abraham Coles. SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORNS! IMl- Are you getting the returns from your poultry that you should? And do you get many eggs when the price is around 30c per doxen? A change in your breed to the White Leghorns will double your production and the increase wil come when eggs are high in price. I will sell you mature stock, half grown pullets, baby chicks or eggs for hatching. Write for catalogue. GOLDEN ROD EGG FARM : : Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: f'S'S.-'K'n,- . Alwnys In office durln? .( dice liours; Inlngton, Ky, cially. Mrs. Marcella Sheeran spent week end in Kirk with relatives. Little Miss Elnora Robertson, Glen Dean, has been t lie guest of and Mrs. C. V. Robertson and Mr. .Mrs. William Hensley. Miss Clara Hardin, of Hites Run, the guest of .Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe the of Mr. ' Wm9 9FVfW9 VR WW eVVV and was last Stock Sale -- On- Tutsday. Miss Nancy Kincheloe will entertain the bans Souci Club ut her home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I). T. Smith, of Louisville, came to attend the funeral of Mrs. John P. Haswell. Sr. Mrs. J. II Gardner went to Louisville Monday to remain through the week. Mrs Alfred Taylor was operated on in Louisville Saturday for gall Money. Report came that she stood the opera-lio- n very well and that thev are hope-Ij- I of her recovery. She was accompanied by Mr. Taylor, Miss Eliza Tay-.o- r and Dr. J. E. Kincheloe. Mrs. L. D. Fox left for her home in Stephensport Monday after being the nue of her sister, Mrs. Godfrey Haswell. Mrs. V. W. Smith, of Garfield, was the guest of Mrs Lou Smith last Tuesday. esse Kskridge, John P. Haswell, Jr., Vivian Haswell and Melville Eskridge, of Owensboro, attended the funeral of Mrs. Jolin P. Haswell, Sr. Miss K. Bell, of Stephens-port- , is the guest of her cousin, Miss Dewey Mrs. Lee Bishop will have her opening of spring millinerv at her home Fri day and Saturday. Mrs Bishop invites the punlic to come and tee ner goods. Henry Delliven Moorman has returned from Elizabethtown wheie he has been attending couit Saturday, March 25, Sale boffins tit 10 o'clock i I 1916 1 .. ...tn Ul Will, t-- Stephensport, on the y c .. lill itar road, otter at public auction i IWU IIII1CA CUM Ul & Stephensport and Union M . 111 : c Five head of work Mules, 3 to 5 years old; Five head of stock Cattle; Ten head of Hogs and Twenty head of Sheep. Terms Hade Known on Day of Sale W. L. BASHAM Early Showing of New Styles in r Sign of Good Digestion. I'htilnt. -- 3) Kill,. I Amtrlc:iii I'ivhs ANjmclaliou N. M. UNITED 3. STATES CAVALRY STANDING OVER DEAD MEXICAN. 2. RUINS IN COLUMBUS, AMERICAN INFANTRY AT COLUMBUS. 4. RIFLES CAPTURED FROM MEXICANS. a charge In wrong, for the gun Jammed. The second machine gun worked properly. "Mr. Castleman, who was In the Philippines and participated In many battles, said he had been In many tight places, but that this wns the worst of all. The Mexican's nutuuum-bereus six to one at least," and 1 don't see how we won. except that the Mexicans are cowards and because of their bad aim. The Mexicans all shoot high. All of the marks on my house and It Is full of bullets and bullet holes are high. Our men all hit below tho belt, as wo could see from the dead Mexicans In the street. Saw Men Shot Down. "The battle raged right In front of our gate. Six Mexicans were killed I there. think Mr. Castleman got twelve or more. j "Only slxty-llvmen. by actual count, followed the bandits Into Mexico. There weru fidO or more Vllllstas. I went out Into the streets shortly after 7::iO o'clock. The horrible tilings .Mexicans had done and the more horrible things they had tried to do had changed me. I saw Mexicans dead and Mexicans suffering and was unaffected. ".Mrs. Slocuui, tho colonel's wife, who Is one of the gentlest, sweetest women In the world, said, 'I don't understand It, but I haven't any feeling over seeing these men suffer." Kvery woman was changed. They had lost all feeling. They hail no sympathy, no pity." John Lewis Chllds, a former New Vork state senator, who has Just returned from the southwest, tells of his txpcrlrncc at Columbus Just after Villa mailo his attack. d o When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is impaired or it you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Spring Millinery Beginning April 1st and continuing throughout the season. It will be a pleasure to show you tho various typos of SALE! My farm of 140 acres on Hardinsburg and Clover-po- rt pike, 1 mile from Hardinsburg; well improved with all the necessary cording to Mrs. James l'ryor Castleman. wife of Lieutenant Castleman, who. ns olllu-- of the day. repelled tho Invaders. Mrs. Cattleman's account of Villa's slaying the sentries is th', first explanation offered from uny source us to bow the Invaders got into Columbus without arousing either soldiers or citizens. She saw l'nni'ho Villa and l'nlilo Lopez, his chief lieutenant, standing in front uf her house, she said. Until ready to Lopez fell she had her lire If either tiled lo enter her house. r pl-t- ol All Houses Sunouiided. Finally Villa mounted his hor.se and by elrellii'4 among the houses escaped. The house of every olllcer was surrounded, as also were the homes of leading citizens, she said. Mrs. Ciistleuian Is of the opinion that her husband killed u dozen or more .Mexicans with his own revolver. o'clock I heard the most "At awful bhootliig. Bullets Just rained on our house. I put my children under their bed and got my pistol, for 1 said they would not Hike me alive and get some of them I certainly Would If they came In. "An awful half hour followed, in which I heard nothing but shots and shouts: 'Viva Villa! Death to Ameri10 'Villa cut u fence and came In between tho Ulbsous' ranch and tho gate. He killed ull sentries with knives noiselessly. Then ho set their horses loose. Ills men were right In tho city before anybody knew It. and my shot was tho first wurulng. "Mr. Castlouian stepped out of the bus-bund- 's cans!' "Our train was approaching Colum- - Tablets. They strengthen the stomHe said that his force ach, improve the digestion and cause a numbered about 3oO men. while those gentle movement of the bowels. Obuf the bandits were nt least 2,000. "As soon as the firing began the tainable everywhere. bandits rode through the town and shot to kill whenever they saw any HAWESVILLE. one appear at a window or door. A general attack seemed directed at the Uncle Andy Shobe died at the home homo of United States Customs Colof his son, Newton Shobe, In this city lector I'lggs. He hud his house Monday morning about 8 o'clock. Death rlcaded, however, but there were was vtry sudden and caused by indisands of shots all over tho building. ".Airs. Klggs had her baby In her gestion and u weak heart. arms. A nursing bottle was shot from Courtney Haynes has been chosen Its mouth, but tho child was untujur-ed- . cashier of the First National Bank oi Mr. Itlggs put tho baby and its Win, V. Doogs, mother on our train and Joined the Caunelton, succeeding troopers In their pursuit of the bandits. who teslgned to accept the position of "The 'people of the town wero cer- Democratic Chairman for Perrv county. tainly brave In their predicament, and Squire Aldrldge received a telegrum not one uf lliem showed the slightest Monday from Linton, Ind., stating the terror. When we left every man and death of his coutln, Thus. Priest, of boy In the town largo enough to hold that city. He suffered a paralytic stroke a gun wns forming a company to l it. any other attack that might be last week and uever rallied over Mrs. Will Rice and son, of Texas, made." spent Sunday night iu the city with Woman Held Nine Days. Mr. and Mrt. A. B. Jackson. They Mrs. Maud Hawk Wright, an American woman who said sho wns held cap- left Monday for Henderson for a short tive by General Villa for nine days and visit before returning to their home in was liberated In the midst of recent Texas. lighting, declared that Villa announcMisses Maude and Claude Greathouse ed on March 1 his Intention to attack Tuesday Columbus and proceeded north under entertained their "500" club Besides the Misses Great-hous- e forced marches to carry out his pur- evening. the following are the members: pose. His men. vlth scant supplies of water and meat, suffered severely, Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. tJio said, uud many dropped from their Milton Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Taber horses on the march to Iioca Gruude. Miller and Everett Maishall. Villa, she declared, ruled them by The Hancock Chapter No. 6, Royal tear, and his olllcers with the fiats of llieir swords beat the soldiers Into Arch Masons, conferred this degree on hlmatlon sufficient to reach, that point, five applicants on Wednesday night in I hero they rested. an expertly solemn way. There were nel Slocum. re-e- "Miladys" Flower Trimmed Bonnet Ask your friends to conio with you ' For further particulars call or write, out-buildin- gs. I SILAS MILLER Hardinsburg, :: 2 ( Mrs. I V, B. Mattingly Ky. t Garfield, Ky. J n. I R. F. D. No. visitors here from Owensboro, Lewis-por- t, Miss Mable Hoskins has a position at Tell Citv, Cloverport and Cannel-toDavid Baird & Sons millinery store In After the exercises a banquet was Louisville. served. Hancock Clarion. Miss Atkins, of Irvlngton, visited J, C. Mnttingly for the week end. GLEN DEAN. Frances Moorman visited her mother, Mrs, Florence Moorman, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Work, of Durnn, Indictments Returned. Okla., returned home Monday accompanied by her father, Cha's. S. RobertThe first Indictments for election son. returned in many years in HarMiss Mildred Moorman visited her din county were brought iu by the grM parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moorman, jury which adjourned this week. Four for a week and returned to her school bills were returned charging the offense Tuesday. of furnishing liquoro another on elecBorn, tfi the wife of.Ballard Wilson a tion day. VThe alleged violations occurred iu the Glendale precinct. boy, Ballard Eugene, Jr. The offence is punishable by a fine of Mrs, T. H. Moorman, of Black Lick, $20 to $50. Elizabethtown News. recently. visited here