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The Breckenridge news: March 29, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916032901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 29, 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. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL BRECKINRIDGE AND THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 . CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1916. Pases No. 39 CLOVERPORT BANKS iqqooqsxxxk) 1 better service to their depositors ! X Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate ? Consolidate Under the Name of Breckinridge:Bank of Clover-poMaking One of Largest Financial Institutions Between rt The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co, Will install April 1st, Burroughs Posting Machines which will give their customers the hest service to be had. It has always been the policy of this Bank to use every safeguard possible to give their patrons the best of service. 6 Louisville and Owensboro. CAPITALIZED AT $30,000. us Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other baking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and healthful, ness for low price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York By unanimous uctlou of the respective Boards of Directors, the Breckinridge Bank and Bank of Cloverport were consolidated into one bank, under the of Clover-por- t, name of Breckinridge-Baiithereby creating one of the largest and strongest financial institutions between Louisville and Owensboro. The new bank la capitalized at $30,000 and commences business with deposits r million of approximately k They extend an invitation to all to come in and see these machines, which are a wonder, in the way of accuracy, speed and neatness. dollars. The personnel of the officials are: A. B. Skillman, president; Fred W. Fraize, vice president; Paul Lewis, cashier; O. T. Skillman, first assistant cashier, and Miss Ray Lewis Heyser, second assist ant cashier. The Board of Directors is composed of A. B. Skillman, Fred W. Fraize, W. H. Bowraer, S. P. Conrad, R. L. Oelze, Dr. E. C. McDonald, J. A. Barry, Frank Dean, John Jarboe, Conrad Simons, Dr. A. A. Simons, J C. Mat-... t i .1 it in Skill- R. . This system will give their customers a neatly printed Burroughs-made statement. It is the modern way of showing the condition of your account, accompanied by cancelled , checks which can be filed as receipts for the amounts paid. GIRL CONFESSES Ella This Bank'is always ready and willing to extend accommodations to their customers and friends, and solicits the accounts of all, no matter how large or small, as they are in a position to care for any accounts offered them. L L L L JUnan. Each of the officials and directors were identified formerly with one or the other of the old institutions. The management of the new bank is under the direction of officials who are ripe in experience and in the confidence of everybody, who have proven their worth as shown in tne growth, progress and uniform success which attends each of the former banks. The directors need no introduction to the community, as each in his chosen vocation has demonstrated business ability whicn has made him a success, and has commended him in the esteem, respect and confidence of the community, thus insuring the direction ot the new bank shall te along lines of safe, sane, progressive, but conservative methods. Confesses She Killed Eva Gregory Because of Jealousy. Examining Trial Held Tuesday Afternoon. Monroe Of the Missionary Council Wednesday. Had Held at the Presbyterian Church Mrs. of Dowell Charge Program. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, Total Assets, Including Trust Department, Over - $90.000.00 1 $700,000.00 1 CORNERSTONE OIES NEAR PATESVILLE. DEATH COMES TO The magnitude of the new bank is j justly a source of pride to Cloverport A Well Known and Highly Reand Breckenrldge county, and. provides to its patrons and friends greater facilspected Woman of Hardins ities for their convenience and accomburg. Large Crowd Attends George Knight, one of the most prom' modation. The new bank's home is in the build- ineut farmers of the Patesville vicinity, Funeral Six Children Suring formerly occupied by the Breckin- died at 6:40 o'clock Sunday morning at his home near Patesville, of euraemia ridge Bank. vive. years of age and a He was twenty-si- x member of the St. Hose Catholic church BEAUTIFUL FLORAL OFFERINGS Attend Conference B sides his widow he is survived by at Irvington Friday. his father and mother, several brothers (Hardinsburg Special.) The following ladies will attend the and sisters, all living in Hancock coun One sweetly solemn thought W. M. U. Conference to be held at Irv- tv. me o'er ington Friday of this week, as repreThe funeral services were conducted Comes to home and o'er, today I am nearer at the Catholic grave yard Monday uf Than I ever have been before. sentatives from this city: Mrs. A. M. of Nearer my Father's house, Couch, Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, Mrs. ternoon by the Rev. Father Henry, Where the many mansions be; J. M. Fitch, Mrs. Wm. Gibson, Mrs. L. this city. Nearer the great white throne; V. Chapin, Mrs. Larkin Gibson, Mrs. Nearer the crystal sea. Millard Frank and Mrs. Warfield Phoebe Cary. $46 Given For Missions. The Baptist Sunday School of this A West Virginia company is making city had a special collection Sunday for On Tuesday evening, March 21, at nine potash from hitherto waste stems of to- Foreign Missions and Home Missions, o'clock, at the St. Joseph's Infirmary in bacco plants. Louisville, Mrs Alfred Taylor Jnee Miss The amount collected was $40. Georgia Richey) of nig Spring, bade good-by- e to the things of time and went to her reward at the age of forty-eigh- t, after being a patient sufferer for nine Geo. Knight, a Well Known Man,1 Dies at His Home Sunday Funeral Services Monday. ALF TAYLOR Of Old M. E. Church at Hardinsburg Opened Brass Plate With Date of Erection and Half Silver Dime Revealed. The old Methodist church, South, and Masonic Hall building at Hardinsburg, and owned by T. J. Hook, which has been standing for over seventy-liv- e years, has recently bten torn down. Tne brick from the old building are being used to build a garage which Mr. Hook is erecting on Main street. The corner stone was opened last week, and In it was found a brass plate with the following inscription engraved on It: "Erected A. D., I84I, A. L. 684I." A silver half dime of 184' was also fo md with the plate. Only dust remained of alt the papers that were deposited. Judge Matthias Miller is the only person now living In Hardinsburg when the corner stone was laid. He was only five years old at the time. The only incident he remembers was that Henry Clay, Democratic candidate for Presi dent, spoke ic the house before it was finished. John Hardin, he says, was the carpenter, and furnished the large wood columns for the vestibule. They were cut from his farm on Hardin creek. Rev. James Taylor was the pastor, and Judge Jesse Kincheloe and Vivian Daniels were Stewarts. The records ot the lodge were de stroyed in the fire that burned their (Irvington Special.) The Missionary Council, which was held at the Presbj terian church last Wednesday and Thursday, was not only an instructive affair, but an enjoyable one. Mrs. Lou Dowell had charge of the musical program, which was rendered with much efficiency. A delicious aud bountiful dinner was served Thursday. The delegates, and where they were entertained, were: Mesdames llreuts and Smith, Louis-vill- e; Mrs. R. H. Keeves, Miss Mary Parker, Louisville; Mrs, Fred Ilrite. Mesdames Osborne and Combs; Mrs, George Ilrite. Mesdames Wilier, New York, W. W. Cleaver, Miss Mary Davidson, Louisville; Miss Eva Carrigan. Mrs. Austin 11, Speed, Louisville; Mrs, S P. Parks. Mrs. Campbell, Louisville; Mrs, I.on Dowell. Mesdames W. W. Williams and Ew-iuLouisville; Mrs. N. 11. Netherton. Mrs. Porter, Louisville; Airs. C. J, Carnegie. Those from a distance who attended Thursday were: Miss Tyler, of School Census to be Mrs, Clark, of Owensboro, Mes- Taken in April. dames Jessie Cotton ami Ilacon, of Lou isville, Mesdames Satterfield and Keil, April is tie month in which the of Cloverport, Mesdames II. II. Hard, school census is taken all over the nway, Geo. Neff and A. A. llaxter, of State of Kentucky. The law provides Gustou. that the census shall not be taken before the first of April and all census "Pastors Aid" Organized. reports must be filed with the county Miss Florence G. Tyler, of New superintendent on or before the tenth York, delivered a moat interesting lecof May. Care should be taken in see- ture at the Presbyterian church Sunday ing that every pupil of school age is afternoon to the young people. Immelisted, as It means a larger portion of diately after the lecture she organized the State fund for each county. a society consisting of young people, called the "Pastor's Aid." They will Commissioner Walls Sells be assisted by Miss Edyth Allen and Big Lot Farms. Mrs. C. W. Satterfield. g, New-York, Bloodhounds Saturday were put on the trail of the slayer of Miss Eva Gregory, a 10 year old girl, who was killed at Sohvay last Tuesday. The dogs were taken to tho spot by a sheriff's posse and the father of the murdered girl at daybreak. The- dogs easily picked up the scent and led the avengers to the home of John Monroe, a farmer of the same vicinity. Monroe and his sons denied all knowledge of the shooting and after questioning them the members of the 1211a Monman hunt turned to leave. roe then crumpled up on the floor and confessed to the crime. The Monroe family was taken into custody, but it is not believed that they knew of the girl's plan to kill her rival. The confessed murderess Is -- I years old. Both families are very prominent In the neighborhood. The examining trial was held at ICIizabethtown Tuesday atternoon. County Attorney K. A. Buckles will represent the Commonwealth and Hx Senator Gus llrown, of llreckenridge county, will represent the defendants. ' Hardinsburg Pharmacy Hardinsburg, Ky. Irvington Pharmacy Irvington, Ky. years She was married to Mr. Alfred Taylor, of Custer, twenty-thre- e years ago, February 7, and to this union eight children were born, five gills and three boys, six of whom are living: Irvin Taylor, who is a student in the Medical College in Louisville; Miss F.liza, who is attending Miss Louise, college in Russellville; Alfred, James aud Mattie Virginia are at home, ( Mrs. Taylor leaves two brothers aud two sisters, three of whom, Mis. Lee Hager, Miss Willie Richey and Mr. W. W Richey, of Hardin county, were at the funeral services. She was n devoted wife, loving moth er aud a loyal neighbor. The remem- berauce of her noble life to those be hind should be a constant joy and in- - THE DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY NOW IS THE TIME TO SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREESI Got our prices on sprays and spraying solutions GET READY FOR HOUSE-CLEANIN- LET US SUP- PLY YOUR WANTS. Forraaldohydo, Chloride, Lime, Carbolic Acid, Sheep Dip, Fly Chaser, Borax; Alum, Blue Stono, Copperas, Sulphur, Carbon, Disulphine, Bordeaux Mixture, Sulphur and Lime Mixture, Paris Greon, Insect Powder, Chamois Skins, Sponges, Camphor, Ammonia, Roach Powder, Ant Powder, Wall Paper Cleanor Rex Bed Bug Killer will destroy the eggs as well as the bugs Every bottle guaranteed. Receives Commissioner Walls sold at the court Dr. John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, house door last Monday the following property: The Duncan la r to Ira recently received a handsome gift from Duncan, $750. Furrow farm to John Dr. A. M. Vance, ot Louisville, deArgood, f 000. Lanham farm to Claude ceased. Dr. Kincheloe's gift was n seMercer, $340. Charlie Adklsson farm lection of a number of volumes from He to Farmers Bank, $1075. Moorman the medical library of Dr. Vance cpf nf In. 11 hii'hlv nrir.Hil house and lot in Cloverport to M. alsn rtcelverl :ini! h.it nf mHrinnv In KtrnmnntM Lucy J. Pate struments. Dr. Kincheloe tecelved his Weatherholt, $150. new hall. farm to Nobe Pate, $1150. M, J. instructions in surgery from Dr. Vance, There Is some interesting history con Johnson place to Dr. J. W. Mcador. and the two were Intimate friends. nected with this building and the News $4'.'0. Condor placo to Logan Logsdon, will be glial to have it if any one has $320. Arthur Allen place to Farmers any of the records or knows anything Bank, $300, Callie Young place to I. B. about it aud will furnishjt to us. Richardson, $130. Dr. Kincheloe Gift. 111 11 The Circulation f The Agents Eastman Kodak Company Anybody can Kodak. Wo do the finishing for you Films Developed Free SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS V. G. llabbag- -, Mrs. Rowland, Mr. J. D. Uabbage, of Cloverport, Mrs, Henry Head, Irvington, Messrs, Jim Mitchuut and Stanly Gray, Custer, Hawkins Smith aud I, II. Richardson, Garfield. piration. The pall bearers were: Claude Mer The remains were brought here Wed nesday at noon from Louisville. The cer, Percy M. Heard, John O'Riley, funeral services were conducted from Herbert Heard, Paul Comptoii aud Joe the residence Thursday afternoon at one Trent. o'clock by Rev, Robert Johnson, interReceives Good Contract. ment following in Ivy .Hill cemetery. The Cloverport Boat & Manufacturing The floral designs were numerous and beautiful, completely covering the grave. Co., received a contract last week from W. H. Soaper, of Henderson county. The friends from out of town who at- for the construction of a ferry boat to tended the funeral were: Mr. W. W, be used on Green river. The cost of Richey, Mrs. Lee Harger, Miss Willie the boat will be $1,500, and work on It Richey, of Hardin county, Mr. and Mrs. will start at once. Rev. J. T. Rushing Preaches at Rev, Breckenridge News M. E. Church J. T, Rushing, presiding elder, This Veek Is preached nn excellent sermon at the Methodist church Monday evening. Quarterly Conference was held immediately after the church services were over. 1,650 COPIES President Wilson Grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Howes Sayre This means that your advertisement are receiving congratulations on the will be read by over 8,250 people. birth of a daughter who arrived Sun day, March 36. She Is the second granddaughter of President Wilson, and was named Eleanor Axson Sayre, JSPA want Ad. in The News brings ' for Mrs. Sayre's mother. results every time. ENLARGEMENT OF PLAN EARLY FOR TRAINING SCHOOL Of USE OF LIMESTONE Do Not Wait Till Try it yoiwseif if you want personal and positive information as to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into 1 the best makin's cifjareito you ever set-fire-- Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Built as a Fitting Tribute in Honor of Miss Fannie E. Seeding Time to 'Think of Use of Fertilizer. Heck, Deceased. SCHOOL WAS BUILT, HOW In the backcround of every big move ment arc one or more dominant per sonalities. Things In this world don' happen, they are brought about. Thu It was that Louisville women wrought better than thev ever dreamed when the Trainlne School was started, by th discovery that four young women feel ing the need of a course In the Ilapttst Seminary to better prepare them for their work on the mission field, had come to Louisville unknown and tin bidden to live In one small room and endure many discomforts, and making Doughnut I "Any time you want real goodies use Calumet Baking l'owdcrl My mother uses It she's tried all others she's now sho learned her lesson sticks to Calumet, to " Unequalled for mating tender, wholesome, light bakWonderful leavening ings. and raising qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet Is ibe most economical ncmical to oie. Trjr Farmers who contemplate the using of ground limestone In the Improve ment of their soils will do well to be gin their planning now. There seems to be little doubt that the best way to use limestone is to apply It a year or two ahead of the clover crop, which Is expected to benefit more than any other crop in the rotation. It seems that the logical plac to ap ply limestone in the rotation is on the ground to be planted to corn. The cultivation of the corn helps distribute thu material more thorough y In the soil, which is an important consideration. Limestone will usually increase the yield of corn on land that is In need of lime. On land detlctent in phosphorous, limestone and phosphates used together, may generally be expected to give more profitable results than cither used alone. The fact that the use of limestone or any fertilizing materials give a profi table Increase should not lead the farmer to believe their use sufficient for maintaining the fertility of his soil. Catch crops and cover crops of cow peas, crimson clover, vetch and rye should be used where practicable, and all the manure and litter of the farm should be saved, for the largest problem of the Kentucky farmer is the to For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message o and makin's peace for every cf man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas and ideals. The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch pipe-pcac1 v to troy- -" n0,t It t once. Fm Can eco-- 1 Recelrcd Hishclt Awrd Knm ChI BhI Sti IV In IWn great sacrifices for this privilege o stud). When this was brought tp the knowledge of the women of Louisville they held a mass meeting and elected Mrs. S. E. Woody, chairman of a com mlttee to provide a home and prjtec tion for these, and others who might come. Generous responses were made each Missionary Society contributing money, and many Individuals gave and loaned furniture and household goods A house was rented on Fourth Avenue and the first dinner was served in this home on Thanksgiving Day, 1904, The by heartfelt meal was sweetened gratitude, not only of these tired homesick girls, but the women who had tolled and labored rejoiced In this op portunity to serve their Master. The societies gave "pound parties' and donations began to come in from out. in the state, For three years Kentucky women were the sole support of this rapidly growing work. In 1005 a larger house was secured and twen e young women came In October of that year. The Kentucky women brought th child of their care and olTered it to the Union. The gift was accepted In Richmond. Va., In 1007. Without one cer.t of money behind it, It was a ven ture of faith. Before the meeting adjourned flO.000 was pledged for e building. The states pledged them selves to meet the running expenses The present site was selected for However, at which was paid $20,j00. the formal opening of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Training School and the Sunday School Hoard most generously gave the $L'0,s0o as free gift. $3,CC0 Is given annually by the Woman's Missionary Union pro' portioned among thu eighteen states of the Southern Baptist Convention for current expenses. Thus far we have been giving, but there Is also another side to the pic ture. The students have been busy giving their time and talent to the needy of Louisville. During the last eight years they have taujfht Sunday school classes in sewing, classes in cooking, and have done house to house visiting in Louisville. Organized W M. S W. Y. A., and led Hoyal Em bassador and Sunbeam Bands, lie sides work done for the City Hospital, Almshouse, and many more too neumer Twenty-on- e of these ous to mention. women have gone across the seas. The Training School owns and operates a Goodwill center. In these eight years the enrollment has been 431!. With wise forethought the Woman's Missionary Union began a fund for en In April, I gl 4 , the largement in IqlO CcprrlEht 116 by id I I Albert Che national joy smoke your tongue and taste that it is mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and fragrant and You'll just sit back and ponder why you have kept away from such joy'us smokings for so long a time ! is so friendly to long-burnin- g. maintenance of vegetable matter (humus) and nitrogen. Increased yield due to the use of limestone and fertili zers should mean increased vegetable matter returned to the soil. It is a mistake to wait,untll seeding time to make plans for the use of limestone and fertilizers. Farm Bulletin. paid James Barrie $500,000 in royalties for 'The Little Minister' alone, while his total royalties hug the $3,000,000 mark. Of course, these are the high lights of uramatic success. "This article does not attempt to Ob A mm !! ! lib Kir nJ Ha will mdt "Proeeu P.Lnted Jolr JOtk, 1907," vrllch kn made oca (ok pipes wkera on molted txf.r. t Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it I Buy Prlnc Albert veryuhr tobacco I Motet in loppy red bast. Set tidy red tint, 10c l handtom pound and half pound tin humidor and in pound cryilal-clas- $ humidor with that kctp th tobacco in tuch prim condition. m R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C. thrt CHICAP Cheap and big canBakingPowdersdo not saveyoumoney. Calumetdoes It'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. present Infallible laws for writing plays. On the contrary the actual experiences here mentioned tend rather to disprove the existence of such formulas; each has hewed out his or her own method and way." To feel strong, have good appotite and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the family system tonic. Price $1.00. A Growing Bank Bank of Cloverport SEREE. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Arms, widow of Daniel Arms, died March 17, at the age of 83 years. In her early years Mrs. Arms was a Catholic but later in life became a member of the Methodist church. She is survived by tour chil T0BINSP0RT. Rev. T. L. Jones, or Alton, filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. In thj afternoon he baptized the six converts, who are George Webb, Jess and Shirley Van Con'a, Herman McLain and David Powers. Mr. Donard Smith, of Cloverport, was the guest of Miss Vevah Winchell Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Clark, of Cannclton, is visiting Mrs. J. C. Hvan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Odell, of Dodd, attended church here Sunday. Dr. McDonald, of Cloverport, was here Monday afternoon to see little Mabel Ahl, who Is real sick. Sixteen applicants took the examlna tlon for diplomas held by Frank Sanders at the high school building. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kinder and family, of Cloverport, spent Saturday and Sunday here, the guest of Mrs. McFall. Messrs. Owen and Jim Winchell were visitors in Cloverport Sunday evening Misses Mae Leaf, Mabel Polk, Mary Earles and Ella Leaf were Saturday afternoon. Messrs. Casper Gregory and Ollle Clark, of Cloverport, attended the baptizing here Sunday. Wm. Aihby, of Cloverport, proprietor of the Highland Nursery, was atG, W. Winchell's" Thursday on business. Cannelton Telephone. HILL ITEMS. Presbyterian policy for 19I6 Motto: A Missionary Society in every church Every woman a working, contributing Aim: member. To strengthen and unify the work of the Woman's Mis, sionary Society in the Presbytery of Louisville, to realize the personal re sponsibility of every member toward the end, to advance in organization, gifts, and information, to emphasize our con stant need of divine wisdom and grace in every work that we attempt. Mrs. C. E. Keil and Miss Laura Sat- terfield, were delegates to the thirty seventh annual meeting of the Louisville Presbytery at Irvingtou on Thursday last. Mrs. Charlie Jackson and children, of Breckenridge Addition, spent last Fri day witli relatives in the country. Mrs. John Fella, of Louisville, has returned home, after several days spent with her mother, Mrs. Julia Wood, who is still confined to her bed. Al Miller and Mrs. Miller were visit ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Miller last Thursday. Mr. Joe Simmons and Mrs. Simmons were guests of Mr. Simmon's father in the country last week. Mr. Joe Mullen, who has been quite ill, is improving. Mrs. George Taul spent one day last week with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Pate. Mrs. Peyton Scott was hostess to a number of her friends on her birthday last Thursday. David Allen Is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Taul, of near Ilardiusburg, are at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Allen, for a few days. Next Saturday, April I, the census taker is expected to begin the enumeration of the school children. Your child, or one under your control, must be 6 years of i'ge before, or 20 after or on the 1st day in July, before he or she can be taken to school. Henry and Hetty Murll Faith are vis. iting iu Oweusboro. BLACK KNIGHT! valuable corner lot adjoining the school was bought for $20,000 cash, the small gifts of Southern Baptist wo men. At the Nashville meeting It was decided to raise $75,000 In the next We three years for this purpose. must recognize the crying need of en larging our capacity that the numbers who are knocking at our door may not be turned away, and that we may be able to send many more to work in the dren, twenty grandchildren, four great grandchildren, two sisteis and a host of friends. The funeral services were conducted from the residence by the Rev. A. A. Smiley, with Interment in the Falrview cemetery. Mi. and Mrs. Wm. Nix, of Locust Hill, were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Nix. J.T. Shrewsbury, of Mook, was the guest of his son, J. L. Shrewsbury and family, Sunday. No. 40 for the Blood Expels scrofulous humors from the blood, which causes constipation, ma- Master's vineyard. Since the Lord In His wisdom has taken our beloved president, Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, to dwell with Him, what more fitting tribute could we pay to her, who was so beloved by the Union, than to build this enlargement to her honor. Hemember that this is a rauso for which we Southern Baptist women laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Sign of Good Digestion. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is impaired or If you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's VAN2ANT wholly responsible. We ach, Improve the digestion and cause a may liken this to the tapestry weavers. gentle movement of the bowels. ObWho work 011 the wrongside evermore. liut works for the right side ever It Is only when the weaving stops, And the web Is loosed and turned, That ho sees his real handiwork. That his marvelous skilled Is learned. liut, looking above for the pattern, No weaver hath need to fear, Only let him look clear Into heaven, The Perfect I'attern is there. If he keeps the face of the Savior, Forever and always In sight His toll shall be sweeter than honey, His weaving Is sure to be right. And when the wotk is ended, And the web Is turned and shown, lie shall hear the voice of the Master, It shall say unto him "Well done." are Tablets. They strengthen the stom tainable everywhere. he "Big Money" of Certain Playwrights. In the April American Magazine is an article telling of tlje big money earned by successful playwrights. "One would have hard work persuad ing Bayard Velllcr that the movies had junked dramatic productions, for his 'Within the Law' has earned him $20,000. George Broadhurst, Charles Klein and the late Bronson Howard are reputed to have made $1 ,000,010 in the each from their plays; Clyde Fitch in 1'rotcstaiit Sunday schools United Slates have 16,000,000 pupils and ighteen years beat this record by fifty percent, and Charles Frohman 1,800,000 officers and teachers. Plant bed burning in this vicinity is about over. Polla Simmons, Willie Burton, Era The ubovo Jack will make tho present season at my farm 2 miles Burton, John Coppage and Guy Holder East of Stephensport and Union Star Road, and will bo permitted to left Monday for Urldley, III., to stay serve mures at $8.00.- - Each seuson duo when colt is foaled or when through the summer. Walter Burdette was the guest of mare is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Not friends here Wednesday, responsible in caso of accident. Thos. Crowe was the guest of Miss Mollle Meador Sunday. A. V. Alfred Dei! uvea's grist mill at Asklns Station burned down on the night of Black Knight, registery No. 20,111, is a big black Jack, white points, 15J hands high, big bone and foot. He is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. WHITW0RTH, Owner March 24. How to Prevent Croup. La Grippe and Fever Cured. "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever When the child Is subject to attacks of crcup, see to It he eats a light even- Tonic cured my husband of LaGrlppe ing meal, as an overloaded stomach and Fever after other remedies failed," LULA C. ROACH, Drlfton, Fla. may bring on an attack, also watch Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. for the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as An English firm puts up tea in blocks soon as the child becomes hoarse. like plug tobacco, Obtainable everywhere. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Office Hours: DENTIST ftiS;'. Always to office during tofllco boursj InligtH, Ky. GARFIELD'S LATEST , JEWS Norton, ITEMS Mrs. Everett Tabor and Mr. Two Aged Pi I. Ransom PSIimno n.n Cllrlrlnnlw nerals Thursday and Friday. MRS. DOWELL ENTERTAINED. Mr. Ransom Norton, an aged citizen of our community, died March 22, of senility, and was buried in the family burying ground March 23. Mr. Norton was a splondld Christian gentleman, and will be greatly missed by his family, his church and community. Our spring line of clothing is complete. Give us (. look. Alexander's, Irvington, Ky. In every lot of hogs on fetid two or Mrs. Laura Compton was the guest three weeks quickly and actually eat of her daughter, Mrs. I. . Richardson, less than others. If all would fatten like these, the entire drove would be a few days last week. Virgil Triest and Hobert Tinius left ready for the market six weeks earlier item last week for Iowa to make their future and to save six weeks feed is an that you fully understand. home. We wish them success. Tne hoe that fattens easily mu3t be Miss Ollle Macy is ill nt this writing. Tha H. in prime physical condition. James Mltcham was here en route to A. Thomas Hog Powder is a condi Hardinsburg to attend the tuneral of tloner for hogs. It keeps their system Mrs. Alt Taylor. clean and healthy and enables them to Mrs. Frankle Smith Is on the sick Hit fatten quickly without falling a prey to the usual diseases ot hogs. Tho II. this week. sale this week was pro- A. Thomas Hoe Powder is not stock Ova Gray's nounced the best yet. Large crowds food. It's straight medicine and we took the agency because it enables ycu were in attendance each day. out your hogs much earlier Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dowell, who re- to feed D. R. M. Smith For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. cently purchased the farm, express themselves as being highly pleased, with their new home. McQUADY. We are glad to welcome them to our By virtue of a judgment, No. , tn me, We iv Balm directed office of which Issued from the Clerk's Drtckenrlik'e county, Skin alTcrers when wo arivlsa you to uo Ky., In favor of The Wilton Co. tigan!,t D'EXMA, tho new herbal ekln taint, wo nro C. DeWltt. I, or one of my depuiHltl.lnir you right. Wo h.tro found nothtnff J. thatbcclni to equal tills formut.1, maila exclu- ties, will, on Monday, the 27th day of sively from Nftturc'H hc.itiwr licrlx. March, I9I6, between the hours of 12 Tho Lakcvlcw laboratories of Clilcnirn Ii.ito o'clock n. tn., and 2 o'clock p 111., at us tho cxclutlvo rlRlit to sell U'liX.MA riven homo town, nml wa li.ivo m.itto no many the Court House door In Hardinsburg, friends by recommending this great formula Hreckenritlge county, Ky., expose to that wo want you to try n lxx today 011 our Public Sale to the highest bidder, the guarantee to you pcrnon.illy that If It doesn't property or so soothe and cool, nml begin healing at once It following described vlll cost you nothing. If you nro not thor- much thereof as mav Iu necessary to oughly tatlsflcd, conic and ect your money back. satisfy plaintllT's debt, interest and Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport,, Ky costs, to wit: One htindrtd and d llurn lid tucuty eight cents, ($i5.as). Ilowlds Sunday, Agues A certain tract of land lying and Miss Agues and Robt lieaviu visited being In Hreckunridgo count), Ky., ami Mrs, J110. Walker, near Cloverport, Inst bounded as follows: Land contalnint: 135 acres; commencing at a gum I96 Tuesday Mr. Walker ami family moved poles to a gum ami rtd o.tk; thence OS Saturday. poles to a (.tone on the branch; 533 15 to Holt '33 ple. It) n stone on a ridge; tlience U. .11 poles to two dogwoods; tlieneu N. Feed Out Your Hogs Six Weeks 20 U. 135 polet to the beginning Levied upon as the property of J. C. Earlier. DEXMA Herbal Skin I 'S SALE. TO FARMERS 1 The best evidence of the merits of our liquid stock food is that 30,000 hogs arc thriving on it, yielding enormous profits to feeders of Daviess county and Western Kentucky. Cattle and hog raising is rapidly becoming the leading industry of Western Kentucky. For big profits and quick returns, commence feeding cattle and hogs, and Hancock and LJreckcnridge counties' prosperity will be assured. A Barrel of fifty-thte- 11 our New Liquid Stock Food Has a Feeding Value lent to $1.07 worth of Corn. For Particulars call E. P. Kelly, Hawesville, Ky. or James Roberts, Lewisport, Ky. : . .. Equiva- t. Sale will be made on a credit lis bond with approved curity rt quired, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from il.n of sale, and having tnu force and efleet of a judgment. A. T. Heard. S IS C. By W. C. Pate, IJ S. of six mom Term: (ilenmore Distilleries Co.., Owenshnro., Kv.. , J That Boy .n mi 1 ..1 1. 1 . Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE EggS 43 Years? 8 You'vo got to liavo faith In that boy And to show him tho faith that you foci; That you know beneath nil his alloy Is tho metal that's honest nnd leal. You'vo Rot to let htm trust In you As Sou trust In him day by day; You'vo Rot to' liavo faith In that boy If you want htm to bo tho right way. You hoar them cry out now nnd then That their boy won't amount to a thins And ho won't In this wide world of men You'vo sot to bIvo faith tho rleht ring; You'vo sot to make him ft el that you Foci firmly and truly his worth; That you know ho will put things riant f ,' community. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman and baby, Louise, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory. M. P. Compton and Austin LeGrand have been viewing out the location for a new road across "The Flats" to Har-nebeginning at Mrs. Isaac Compton's (Jn thn Louisville road, jfu. H. Smith was iu Louisville this week on business. Misses Esther and Laura Meador and Mrs. R. W. Meador were guests of MUs Anna Mildred Smith Sunday. Rev. DeHart filled his appointments Saturday and Sunday. Derapsey Morris is much better at this writing. Born, to the wife o Walter Brown, March 24, a girl. Mrs. R. W. Meador visited Mrs. Virgil Smith Friday. Mrs. Verner Mattingly Is in Louisville buying millinery goods. Richardson has entered Maurice school at Hardinsburg. Rev. J. E. Meng was calling on frlends last week. Bro. Chas. Bruington passed through town Monday en route to Mrs. Rhoda Dowell's to hold services, the occasion being Mrs. Dowell's birthday. Many relatives and friends will partake of the good birthday dinner. The death of Mrs. Everett Tabor was quite a shock to. the community on Fri day. Mr. Tabor and a daughter went out to plant some potatoes, leaving Mrs. Tabor in her room feeling well as usual, and after having finished their work, they returned to the house finding Mrs. Tabor dead. She had fallen against a window and broke a pane of glass. Her remains were interred in the family burying gronds. Harold Smith went to Hartford Sunday. The pike work will start at once. Aunt Betsy Compton is very 111. She has lived her four score years and ten, but we hope she will recover and live many more days. Oh, that we would bear our griefs and sorrow with the patience that Aunt Betsy has. d, Wall Street Thinks That Bonds Will Be Destroy Them, Says Davey, and Thr Will Come an Awful Horror. Sold In This Country. Do you want to know what the one thing Is that can bo worse than the 'l'ho purpose of J. P. Morgan's depar-tur- e European war? John Davey, big broth, for Europe Is the negotiation of a er to the birds and tree physician. new French loan of between $100,000,-00- 0 Kent's (O.) arbiter of lawn und stream, and $200,000,000, based on the sale has found out what It Is. Mr. Davey told an audience at n of French government bonds. by New York Y. M. C A.: Mr. Morgan was accompanied "Human life depends upon vegetaJohn K. Harris of the Stock Exchange-firvegetaHarris Wlnthrop & Co. An- tion. AVe would nil starve If vegetaof tion ceased for a year. Hut other visitor to Europe is Benjamin tion depends upon the birds, who proStrong, Jr., governor of tho Federal tect It from destruction by insects. Reserve Bank of New York. It Is said "Human life therefore depends upon that the two financiers do not have a tho birds. All Insectivorous birds in common mission, but that Mr. Strong this country nro decreasing 10 per cent Is going abroad to look over tho ground each year. Unless wo start nt once to for the possible establishment of Increase their numbers, to protect them Woman Cures Horse Colic. branches of tho Federal Reserve bank and kill their enemies, within n decade were away as usual. The In Europe ttnd to familiarize himself will occur tho disaster to humanity The men horse was bad. A lone woman could with tho financial situation with a view which I havo spoken of a catastrophic not "drench" in the old way. She of extending further credits to Great horror more awful than the European called up a neighbor and her men were Britain. war." Wall street Is Inclined to discredit Decrease In the insectivorous birds, away but: "We have Farris Colic Morgan's said Mr. Davey. is duo to destruction Remedy that vou drop on the horse's tho firm's explanation of Mr. going primarily for n of forests, depriving birds of retreats tongue," says Mrs. Neighbor. So she trip that he was rest and for tho sake of his health. came over and dropped Farris Colic Ills sailing for Europo nt a time when from storms and cold and tho enmity English sparrows, which, ho said, Remedy on the horse's tongue and the heavy gales add to the dangers from of the Increase nlmost ns fast ns tho ton horse was well when the men came submarine and tloatlug mines con- measured progeny of the ennkerworm. Get Farris Colic vinced financiers that tho situation Moral: home." Remedy so the women can cure horse abroad presented problems that deTHE GOOD WIFE. colic. We sell it at 50 cents a bottle manded the presence of the head of America's biggest banking house. For sale at on the Money Back Plan. Holding In Her Hands the Tho proposed loan was understood A Treasure, Wedding's Drug Store. Destiny of Postority. to bo mi offering of French governWhen a woman enters tho mnrrlago ment bonds In this country rather than a credit based on a purely hanking ar- relation her sphere of lulluciico Is at BIG rangement. The bonds will run from onco extended, nnd her horizon is no three to live years. What interest rate longer bounded by tho pcoplo and cirJos. Richie's daughter, Louisa, is very tho French bonds will bear Is not cumstances of tho moment. Sho Is building for posterity. In tho known, but it Is believed that the Insick. 5 per Joy and tuoughtfulncss which charache are very busy now, but terest will on higher than the bonds. terize her mind In tho now relation Our farmers cent return tho not much plowing done. No Secrets Theso bonds will not only havo tho thero Is a prophecy of unborn generaWe had a little blaze in town last credit of tho French government back tions, ncr life Is to color other lives; about "Penslar White Tine and Spruce week. The house was owned by Mrs. of them, hut will be secured by collat- her aspirations arc to fix to a great exBalsam." The formula of this great Berry. eral, part of which may ho American tent tho position and futuro of hus25c of high grade. The band and family. cough medicine is on every bottle. C, C. Martin went to Louisville last railroad securities If sho Is cultured, puro and refined loan will not be assallablo by those at Wedding's Drug Store. week on business. loan theso qualities will characterize tho who criticised tho Anglo-FrencJ. L. Morris went to Louisville last on the ground that It had back of It home which sho creates. Tho higher no other security than tho credit of tho degrco of her culture, her purity, week on business. France. Part of the her refinement, tho more will theso Uncle Jack Moorman, colored, will Great Britain and by tho French govqualities characterize tho homo of collateral offered at St. move soon to Mrs. Willie B. Hynes' ernment ns Security for tho lomi may which she Is tho center. A large crowd attended services property. Anthony's church Sunday. Tho personality that a woman takes bo tho securities of other European Mrs. Strother and daughter, Miss governments, of which Franco holds with her In her marriago Is her real "Lester Glasscock left last week for largo amounts. dower. If her dower can bo reckoned Zelma, will be home soon. Wyoming, where he has a position. Franco and French bankers havo al- In numerals only, no matter how many Lampton, our successful Dr. J. B. ready borrowed nbout $120,000,000 In they be, wrecked Indeed will bo her Administrator's Notice. physician, left last week for Caldwell this country In addition to Franco's husband, Impoverished her children. loan, which 'Breckinridge Circuit Court. county. shure of tho Anglo-FrencBut If she possesses Industry, genIn tleness, self nbnegatlon, purity nnd Gordon Rhodes returned last week William Hendrlck's Administrator, Is understood to bo $230,000,000. most cases, however, tho financing waa Etc., Plaintiffs. combined with capability, from Chicago, where he spent a few Vs Notice. purely of a banking naturo in thut no sho la In herself a trensuro of treasdays. Hendrick, Etc., Defendants. Tice bonds wcro offered for sale. ures. Now York Weekly. Miss Maggie Rhyan is visiting relaAll persons having claims against deWilliam tives at Cloverport and Holt this week. the estate ofnotified to Hendrick,them present ceased, are Turkeys Bring $47. Hamilton-Stewart- . Philip and Christeen Rhodes were the duly proven, as required by law, to the cousins, Misses Florence undersigned at its place of business In guests of their Mrs. J. E. King, of Webster, recently Chenault, March 37. (Special.) Hardinsburg, Kentucky, cn or before and Irene Rhodes Sunday, sold a trio of Narraganset turkeys to April 1, 1910. Miss Christie Hamilton and Mr. John Mr. C. L. Smith, of New York. Mrs. yjames Rhyan left for Iowa Tuesday, The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Stewart, of Amnions, were married at Smith realized $47 from eleven turkeys Wjcre he has a position on a farm. Administrator of William Hendrick, Deceased. She is also feeding forty the home of the groom's brother, Jessie this year, V. K. Rhodes, of Hardinsburg, was Stewart, at Chenault, March 19 by the lambs and nine calves on her farm. week on business. here last The population of the City of Panama Rev. H. J. Blackburn, Verda Galloway returned home Satur- increased 6,000 last year. Oculists have found that a peculiar go to house Mr. and Mrs. Stewart-wil- l day from a two weeks visit to her grandThere are times when nothing speaks keeping on the place known as the Lon form of eye strain is due to persons parents near here. Roberts homestead at Roberts Landing. reading while lying down. Harry Storms was the guest of Miss more eloquent than silence. Mrs S. B. Laslic, of Sample, and Mrs. John Marshall, of Hardinsburg, were the guests of Mrs. Win. Davis last Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Lyons and daughter. Marcclla, have gone to Louisville. Mrs. Garfield Burden, of Cloverport, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Shrewsbury. Hobert Kinney left for Illinois Monday. Mrs. Jennie Weatherford, of Philpot, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Martha Weatherford. of Irvington, was Ode Whoberry, here Friday. RomaTaul left for Whitesville Sunday. J. M. O'Brien has gone to Hickman to run a sawmill for Joe French. John Neel has moved to his home here in town, recently vacated by J. M. Powers. Opal Frank and Edith Day were the guests of Elizabeth Weatherford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Day have moved to Kirk. Mrs. Susan Frank, who spent the winter with her son, J. L. Frank, is now at home. through; That ho showed tho right will at his birth. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. trust a boy to do rlsht If you don't let him boo that you trust; bo to him like a light You can't It you hide all your faith In the dust IIo needs such a faith as will shine. You can't Prescription for 15 years tho standard rcmi'ilv- - for nil (kin dheinca. A lliuiil nitl rxtrriuuly. reifefrom itcli. 25o,S0caml $1.00. Your money b:irk if the llrst Iwttle lx-- i not brins you relief. Ask al.--o about D. U. 1). So.ipv C?s) !2SD iggsi; SSggi !gg3) S3gsD 33) 'g'SD path That ho'll win; that ho's starting out flno; That ho'll triumph o'er evil nnd wrath. Haltlmoro Sun. MORGAN As will show nnd mako plain o'er his Eczema for g? 55 GSJ Hond Vnroiis Huggies & Surreys M Oliver Plows and 'wo 1 MR. FARMER Surely there is some implement or piceo of farm machinery in this list that you will need this season jn uxtrautinr greater wealth from the soil. And just as surely we tiro able to sell it to you on very advantageous terms. It makes no difference what you want, we never take our hat off to any house in the mutter of quality, price or Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. GOES ABROAD TO ARRANGE A FRENCH LOAN LIFE DEPENDS ON 1 M Parts Plows Sulky Plows Doublo Plows Cultivators Tooth Harrows Disc Harrows Union Corn Plant- Walkin-r BIRDS. I M M m M 85 Wi 01 W Hand Seed Sowers W Seed Drills m Pumps M Corn Shelters !$ Feed Cutters M Koolins m Wheelbarrows terms. Wo are hero to cater to your j wants, and we do it in a manner that W. is decidedl to your advantage, whether w those wants bo large or small. Wo y would like to talk it over with you tho first time 3'ou aro in town; tho sooner Is M, you come the better for both of us. ON THE MARKET. s a BEST TWO ROW CORN PLANTER DILLON & RHODES,! Hardinsburg, Ky. I Save $2Q Nowl I EWjj SPRING. $55.00 pays for a Full. Diploma $75.00 Book- - M M M keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNL1M1- - M M TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata- - $p log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. H Address il Anglo-Frenc- h I Sjfl H. O. KEESLING, President BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE Incorporated jM Louisville, Kentucky M h McDANIELS. Incubator and Brooder For Sale 150 egg incubator and brooder for $9.00. Good as new. Marred Plymouth Eggs $1.00 per 16, from the best stock I have ever bred. MRS. W. R. MOORMAN, : Glen Dean, Ky h Heavy Losses By Fire. blocks at a Flames swept thirty-fiv- e loss of more than ROOO.OOO In Nashville, Tenn., late Wednesday, and the same day Augusta, Ga., was swept by a $8,000,000 fire which raged unchecked In Wood Ashes and Salt. Frank Carter keeps a pile of wood ashes in his lot where he feeds his hogs and cattle. Hvery few days he throws in a little salt. He says he never has a sick hog or cow. Hogs are not troubled the business section. Paris, Texas, with worms. and Tulsa, Okla., were visited, and in Never can tell when you'll mash a Kansas twelve counties were swept by finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or a prairie fire. scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Or. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your For That Cough. druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Bal Nearly 100 of Iowa's 900 dangerous sain" is the cough medicine that stands in a class by itself. 20c at Wedding's railroad crossings will be made safer for travel this year. Drug Store, THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS 1 Seven Ways to Kill a Church "1. Don't come. .Stay at homo or go somowhorc else, rather than to como to church. Staying at homo is not only helping to kill tho church, but by degrees is killing tho life of tho individual. JOHN D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. If iityiv 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. "CLEAN AND PAINT UP." Clcnn up nnd paint up. That is a civic prescription that is worth while. Cleanliness is next to godliness. You have heard that enough to convince you of its truth hut wo sometimes overlook a truth by its sheer fnmilaritv or nt least fail to nroht by it ns wo should. With the coming of blue birds our city should begin to clean up tho allies, back yards, to make sanitary and attractive the store front and resi denccs with a fresh coat of paint, to start sodding and planting flow ers, nnd make a general cleaning up, so as to mako tho city of Cloverport as attractive as possible. Many people spend hundreds of dollars on tho furnishing of their homo'nnd an occasional caller gets to admiro them. A much smaller amount spent in a good coat of fresh paint to the exterior, n general cleaning up ot the premises nnd a few flowers planted would give pleasure to the eye of thousands of passer by ana their friends. This general cleaning up of the city would contribute to our civic pride, and civic pride is a lino thing; it's tho next finest thing to per sonal pride and is akin to it. Clovcrport has long been known as an attractive city, and every man, woman and child should feel that they owe it to themselves to malic their homes brighter and more attractive than ever befoie. - "2. If you do come, como late. Tho faithful few arp generally on time. Getting to church on time shows an interest in tho Lord's work that no ono can cull In question. "3. If you como, como with your mind mado up to tnko a back seat. Act as if you were afraid of tho front seats and afraid to bo seen. '4. If you como, como with your mind mado up to find fault tvith tho service, the preacher in particular. Thero are some who never havo a good word to say about tho church, nor tho preaching of the word, though they go to church occasional l.y. trmt "5. If you come, como determined not to givo n cent to object, not even to keep up tho expenses of tho church. any Many say they would go to church if it were not for tho taking of so many collections, and yet such people never givo anything. This ought not to keep them away. "6. If you go to church, return homo without shaking hands with tho pastor, or with any of tho brcthorn or sisters. The preacher often, after a hard effort to reach his people, returns to his homo with tho blues, saying: ''I wonder what was tho matter with Brother Snyder, Brother Snow, Brother Simmons, and Brother Smith not ono shook hands with mo." "7. If you como to church, como all alone; don't bring Many peoyour wife, or husband, or children, or neighbors. ple when they start to tho house of tho Lord slip. off as if they were afraid some ono would find out where they, were going. 'Andrew . . . first lindcth his own brother, Simon . , . and ho brought him to Jesus' (John i. 47)." Bibical Recorder. JUST LOOK "THINKING." THEN YOU AT THIS WILL PICTURE YOUR AND DO A LITTLE BANK BANK MONEY. WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments 5600.000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. PLAN YOUR GARDEN ON PAPER. "Plan vour back yard garden on paper in advance," is the ad vice of the vegetable garden specialists of tho United States Depart ment of Agriculture. A little indoor gardening of this sort will en able you to have fresh vegetables throughout tho season will make the same ground, with little extra labor and expense, yield two or three crops insteud of the single crop commonly raised in small gar dens. Where two or three crops arc grown instead of one, a com Ml II f parative small garden win supply tne average lamiiy witn iresn veg etables all season. The aim of the back yard garden should bo to rni.--c those vege tables which aro either inexpensive or on which tho flavor or quality depends mostly on absolute freshness. Fathers and mothers will find that the preliminary planning of a garden will do much to arouse the interest of tho young people and encourage them to do their share in cultivating and weeding it. 1 HARDINSBURG, KY, Are You Helping to Kill the Church or Keeping it Alive? COAL Shively. Bro. Men?, of Hardinsburg, was i town Wednesday. The next time you have a grocery or der to give think of Morgan Bros. Mrs. G. W. Payne was in Cloverport MAKES lit . Sunday. Miss Cecil Dix returned Friday from Holt where she completed a terra of school. and tlio action of the Canadian provinces in placing restrictions on the sending of wood from crown lands in Canada to American mills. He says: "Canadian mills aro being erected at short intervales, and at the present time Canada is snipping into tnis country approximately Ho also made tho following 1,000 tons of news paper por day." statement on the present condition and future nrosnects of business: "During tho latter part of tho year 1915 thero was a marked revival in many lines of business and especially in the news paper field and at tho present time tho demand for news paper is taxing the capacity of all plants on the continent." PAPER EARNINGS INCREASE. general merchandise at Morgan Bros, P. T. Dodge, President of tho International Paper Company, in C. D. Bane left Sunday for St. .Paul position.-- ' his remarks to stockholders, comments at length on the injustice Minn., where he haSa Miss Laura Bosley returned toher of th'6 free admission of news print into tho United States from Canada Sunday, accompanied home at Chenault by her sister, Mrs. R. I. Stephenson. Rev. Russell Walker was in Clover port Monday, We have all the newest and best styles to be had in the shoe line. Mor Kan Bros- Mrs. Letitia Robertson died at the home of her daughter in Hawesville Wednesday, after a lingering illness The body was brought here for burial the funeral being held Thursday morn icg at the Baptist church by Rev. The latest things in dry goods and Harvey Triplett has moved to the By Bandy property on the hill. Warren Dowell has purchased the Bailey farm and moved his family and effects the past week. George Compton and wife went to Louisville Sunday. Winfielu Scott and wife, Carra D., of Little Valley, visited W. A. Foote Satur day and Sunday. Elijah Gibson, of Webster, was a pa tron m the stock business at C. II Drury's Saturday. On last Wednesday, while in buggy and driving alone, Mrs Zula Albright Shumate's horse became unnianagable and turned buggy over, throwing her to tlie ground. Mrs. Shumate escaped considerably broken. bruised, with no bones WARM FRIENDS" LUMP. March is here. Ground Hog saw his shadow. You will need more coal. Buy now whilo the buying is good. Wo have just gotten a supply of Reinecke's EUREKA No. 9 LUMP COAL. Let us haul you a load at 11c. If you prefer a better coal try tho No. 9 NUT or some HAWESVILLE Try it which any grade you want. Northern White Seed Oats FLOUR the best you over used! Extra Fancy Snow Drift, Bob White or Graham. Mixed Mill Feeds, Alfalfa Horse and Mulo Feed, Creamo' Alfalfu Dairy Feed, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Bolted Corn Meal and Cotton Seed Products. Send us your orders. Self-Rising, Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co., g Cumberland Phom 13-- Plowing for Moisture. The old method of turning the furrow slice over flat is all right provided you humus-formin- Hardinsburg, Cumberland Phon. tl Ky. J Mill THE BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT. The consolidation of the two banks in this city means much for the business interests of the town and community. It makes a big, strong bank, able to take care of tho big enterpri.-c-s as well as the small ones. It is a movement a combination of the business men with tho old, tried and true ones. young and progressive force of all tho best business It means a combining and a men into a harmonious union for a have ever hud. acre is good iuuk to the lirecKinndgc-ban- k of Cloverport. In last week's copy of the Outlook was an interesting picture of a great herd of Australian sheep that wore brought from tho colonies of Great Britian to bo used for food for England and her armies. Statistic published just recently show that there aio more sheep rai.-c- d in tho world than any other domestic four footed animal. I are not turning under any organic mat ter like manure, rye, clover, or stubble, g If this material is turned in the bottom of the furrow and the sea son is Ury, your crop will be reduced Walker. one half for the want of moisture from the subsoil So the best way to turn that furrow slice when plowing under a CHENAULT crop or sod is to set it up at an angle of 45 to bo degrees so the edge of slice will Farmers are very busy getting their rest on the subsoil and commence to tools and implements in readiness for furnish moisture as soon as needed. farming. riowillir this wav. diskimr flip cnil B. C. Stallman returned from Louis deeply, and having the organic matter worked in and mixed with surface soil villi Wlncilnr win Hasten the growth of cr.op. The Des.s l'arr. or Texas. Is visiting his kind of plowillU VOU llo mentis sitn-- i or failure more than any one farm sister, Mrs. C. B. Cunnineham. Miss Sue Frymire is visiting her The of iilowilur sister, Mrs. G. K. Burch, In Louisville uoiieu methodour corn crop, I have men. neips especially in Merlin Warren, who has been with dry seasons. Will II. Schisler, In Farm his parents for the past month, has re iiiiu j'lrcsiue turned to Cincinnati. Mrs. John Flanneary left last west for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 When You Get Ready to Do That Painting Use Mastic Mixed Paint "The Kind That Lasts" Wo bought our Spring Stock bofore tho advance Write us for Prices Sj 5 FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, gj Manager Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. W. Chism. in Tell City. John Amidst all tho excitement of wars and rumors of wars, wo should nesday Tobin went to Louisville Wed with stock. loose sight of tho fact that wo can hear a mighty good sermon in not Mrs. C. L. Manning and little son, this town any Sunday in tho year. Joseph Edward, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. M. Stallman. Three hundred thousand dollars iu this city ready for tho mun G. B. Cunningham was in Louisville or set of men who can put up. That's where tho pinch comes to somo last week on business. of us. Miss huna Tobin left last week for Irvington where she will bo governess Main street in this town ought to bo cleaned up. Get busy Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence BREEDING We are Packing STOCK His breeding stock Chas. will Coupons That Are Worth Money To You in each 24 and 48-ISacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit-sharioffer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. b. ng . H. Drury Street Man. A long pull and a steady altogether Speaks.. place pull is what wo need in this town. Look out for next Saturday 1 BEWLEYVILLE. I'red Edeliu, of l'laherty section, passed our way Saturday, en route to LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Bourke Cochran and STEPHENSPORT. Miss Zelma Bell is visiting relatives In Hardinsburg. Go to Morgan Spring shoes. Bros, for your new tory Friday. Hen b. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom The best assortment of clothing we Wilson and children, Edna May and have ever shown. Give us a look. Ud Ben Franklin, left for Oklahoma Tues-da- y Alexander, Irvington, Ky. to visit Mr. Wilson's daughter. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville SunYou can find your spring suit at day. Mrs. C J. Fella, of Louisville, was Alexander's, Irvington. John D. Shaw, of Hardinsburg, was the week end guest of Mrs. G. E. William Cox left Tuesday for Iowa. in town Saturday, If it's quality you want in groceries go to Morgan Bros. Mrs. O. C. Shellman and daughter. Mable, are visiting at Holt and Skill-mathis week. Miss Lida Hardin, of Hardin Grove, Ind., was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Stephens on Thursday. For staple and fancy groceries call on Morgan Bros, n Uardiusburir. Lamar Paul, of Louisville was in this neighborhood Thursday, Mrs. K. B. McGlothlau, of Irvington, ami Jesse Warren, of Louisville, life insurance agents, were working this terri- Jack Ben At Cloverport, Kentucky for the season of 1916. Farmers Dealers in Tobacco Sblp Your Tobacco to tbe where ovory hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after sold for its full market valuo and returns promptly mado GLOVER DURRETT, Frank Carter . andf:. ' Managers ( la Charge. L T. L0GSD0N, Ass't Mngr. Mr, and Mrs. E, II , Breldenbach, of OrterisDoro, were recent visitors of Mrs. C tins. May. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 20, 1910 The Ladies' Reading Club will be en KoUred at tlio Post Offllco at Olorcrport, K j tertainea Thursday at the home of Mrs. ai second class matter. R. I. Oeli . Miss Dorothy Gregory, of Urnnden-burTHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN wns the guest last week of Miss ADVERTISING DY THE Mary McGiivock. Mrs. George Mullen nnd Mrs Henry Vender were In Louisville last week the -' JtGENERAL OFFICES guests of relatives NEW YORK AND CHICAGO The Hpworth League services will BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES be conducted Sunday evening by MUs nw-j'AdiiM- L h Breckenridge News as r M MISS EVELYN 'I iir 8l r t, s. w ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD ft 1 When Ready For Niitk AdrcrtNrrs pIchpo notify tlio editor when you want advertisumcnt discontinued. Spring House-Cleanin- g r HICKS Now has on display a New Line of lATEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Virginia McG-ivoc- For Precinct and city Offices f 2.50 $6.00 For County Offices $ 16. 00 Por State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line. 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Miss Mary Logan Jolly, of Sample, was the dinner guest of Miss Elsie Mae Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. Effective September 19, 1915. gilg A. M. .10: fl A. M. 13.!, EAST nOONI) No. 142 will leave Clovcrport ArrlTlnj? Irvlwtton No. 141 will Icavo Clovcrport ArrlvlnR IrtiriRton Arriving Loulsvlllo No. 140 will leave Clovcroort Arriving IrvlDRton .... WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Clovcrport Arriving Owensboro Arrlvlne Ioulsvlllo 4:M IV 7:40 1. M. 5:07 A. M. 5:51 A. si. 5:411 M. I.. f!' M. Arriving Henderson ArrlvlnR Evnnsvlllo ArrlvlnR St. Louli No. 143 will leu vo Clovcrport Arriving Itnwcsvlllo... Arriving Owensboro ............. No. 145 will lcavo Cloverport ArrlvlnR Owensboro ArrlvlnR Henderson...... Arriving EvnnsvlUe ArrlvlnR St. Louis No. 147 will leavo Clovcrport , Arriving Owensboro ArrlvlnR Henderson. - .7, M. 1:23 7.40 1'. M. 7 :09 P. M. 7:30 P.M. w. 8:18 1. M. 12:58 A.M. l A. M. 13:04 '. M. U:5S . JJ. r. 2:15 A. M. 7 :40 A. M. :30 A. M. 8:00 A. M. 'i" ?!' PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About People who Live in Cloverport, who Travel and Those who Live in Other Towns and Cities. Church and Society Notes McKaughan Sunday. J. M. McLaughlin, of Waterloo, la , spent last week here and was the guest of Miss Claudia Pate. Mrs. Roy Mattingly has returned to Louisville after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rldgeway. Miss Ida White has returned home from an extended visit to her neice, Mrs. Edwin Bell, In Memphis. Mrs. J. W. Edmondson and daughter, Miss Anna Edmondson, left last week for Louisville to make their home. Mrs. J. II. Rowland has returned from Hardinsbuig where she attended the funeral of her niece, Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Mrs. Harvey Wilson and son, Harold, left Saturday for Harrisburg, III , to spend the summer with her father, Mr. Browder Price. Mrs. G. W. Payne, of Stephensport, spent Sunday here with her son, Gor don Payne, and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKaughan. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bishoff and children, Elizabeth, Mary, Margaret and Richard, spent Sunday In Irvington with Mr. and Mrs L. B. Bishoff. Mrs. Charles P. Minary and sons, William Minary. and John Minary, of Benton Harbor, Mich., are the guest: of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. Mrs. E. J. Ferguson and little daughter, Virginia Madalyne Ferguson, of Stephensport, went to Loi'isv'lle Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Leahy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Sklllman, of MorganfielU, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Mrs. Skill-maand Miss Elizabeth Sklllman will leave for Louisville Monday to spend a few days before returning home. Seed Corn celpbrnted strain of Hickory King t'orn. Tho corn of maximum itraln and minimum con: uroilflc and drouth reil.itlngt tiimd.ulckcd and Chatham Itraupu. r..uuicr iiuiioi ror 10 days loiin II. Ill) the, It. It. No. 3. Ilnrdlnsuurii, Ky. SAtiE-Ollho- For Sale rt's Keep in mind our splendid assortment ot For Sale Curtain tain Fancy and Net-Figu- red, I Goods W : Eggs. inery of quaint and modish . ;Olt PALE ThorouRlilircd Wli'to Wvan- Mica Mnt it, Cf n snttlnir Hnttn Manning, Clienault, Ky. Scrim, Swiss, CurPlain-- as you like it. For Sale Duroc Males and Seed Corn. Thoroughbred Duroc Mules: FOK SALESeed Corn and Ketorlta Heed. Kor prices wrlto Hliulmiin & Co.. Union Star, Ky. Apples For Sale. I Imvopomo nice Hon Davis apples on II. L. Wrlto for delivery prices. Druner, Union Star, Ky. stor-nge. stvles So !Sk You are cordiallv invited to call M For Sale liorso, 0 work ONE good Apply to yearsK. old, McDonald, C. Or. Clovcroort. Ky. For Sale UItOC Jersey Hoar. i'Mlhs. Veiirnlil. gilt bred, satnv weight. KegNtei-ed- . ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW GERMANS Their Own OUTWITTED Devices Turned of Uougli, Ky. Weight, Will tmiln fur Ken. Oteen llros., Kails Wanted Farm Hand. farm hand. Will WANTED a pay top price. Ueo. Kskrldgc, Hardlns. burg, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ' first-cla- Against Them by Russians, For Sale SALE rlioup horsosiimnlnnlowN. tunsuurg, jvy. I Plows. new Imperial wo- II. .1. lEohertt. II ar- - Says Writer. (Special Cable Despatch to The Sun.) London, March 23. The Petrograd correspondent of the Daily Mail telegraphs today as follows: "German official reports of the activity south of Duinsk lay stress on the 'heavy Russian losses.' This is an old trick, resorted to time after time when the enemy has suffered a reverse. Naturally, when positions such as the Germans have been strengthening all winter are taken in the course of a few hours, losses are inevitable, hut I have good ground for stating that the Russian casualties are by no means heavy. "In any case the Germans, who retreated before the onrush of the Russian troops, supported by artillery which is now amply provided with ammunition. A force advancing can form a fair esti mate of the opponent's losses, but the force compelled to retire can only guess. "The fact that at several places the Russians drove the Germans out of the trenches and occupied strongly fortified positions, such as Veleekie and Selo, gives the best possible grounds for confidence in the future. All that the art of the German engineers could devise has been done through the winter to For Sale Strawberry Plants. COIt SALE flood Strawberby Plants April delivery by parcel post il hundred, Post olllce order. S K. Carrlgan, Irvington, Ky. A Nice Modern Home. COIt SALE or rent on hill West of school. house; good cistern, garden and outbuildings Very deslrablo location! everything new. Apply at once toO. Wethlngton. Toll City, Ind. 1 For Sale and Sawyer Home home; s. U rooms; good cistern lot S0xia: lino location for boarding house; worth .'.500 for S2.&0 cash or terms to settle estate. C. r. Sawyer, Columbus, ().. Ilexley poll SALE Sawyer fiaine. mttal roof; For Sal- e- Barred Rock Ringlet Eggs Mrs. Wm.. Hoffious was in Louisville Marred Itock Kinglet My poll SALE from Hock and eggs egs. from birds are direct E. R. Tliouiyson. Prices reasonable. Sato arrival and good hatches guaranteed. Mrs. K. Kngll.h. Cloverport, Ky. Wednesday. Paul Lewis was in Owensboro Thursday on business. John Burn was in Louisville for a few days last week. ' Herman Lewis was at home Sunday from Lafayette, Ind. Mike Pophara shipped his wool to Louisville Saturday. Fred Adams, of Manchester, Ky., spent the week end here. Muriel Morrison arrived home Satur- 4ay from Pittsburg, Pa. 'Mrs. Tony Nicholas visited relatives at Hawesvllle Thursday. N. H. Quigfjins was In Louisville Thursday buying goods. The Friday Club will meet this week with Miss Susette Sawyer. Harry Newsora returned to Louisville Sunday where he is at work. Mrs. John Lawson and son recently visited relatives at Waltman. Mrs. Harry J. Leiter, of Louliville, is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Randall. Miss Jewell Miller arrived Thursday to help Mrs. Cordrey this season. Mrs. Garfield Burden and children are visiting relatives at McQuady. Mrs. Dwight Randall and son visited her mother at Hawesvllle last week. Mrs. Gus May and Miss Carrie Tucker were in Louisville Friday shopping. -- High School Annual. Our High School annual, which will be ready for distribution the first of May, will be larger and more attractive than the one published last year. Last year we distributed the annuals to the patrons of the school, and many For Sale Larje and Small Farms largo and small COO each. Kor particulars wrlto Wm. Adklseon. Hardinsburg, Ky., or James 1). Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. A poll SALE50 to number of acres farms; armored blockhouses, ingeniously laid mines, reservoirs of poison gas and numberless machine guns might reasonably have led them to suppose that they were secure against attack. Yet at the first determined effort the whole elaborCloverport, Ky. ate system of defence crumeled. Of Telephone 56-- J course, they retired to other positions equally strong, possibly stronger, but the Russian troops are now full of confidence of their ability to drive back the Attorney-at-Laenemy. Real Estate Sold nnd KxchnnRed. Administrator's Notice. "In one district where the Germans Deeds, Contracts, Etc., I'repared and were hoist by their own petard and Breckinridge Circuit Court. acknowledged. Two States Bank, Etc., Assignee, treated with liberal doses of flame throwKentucky Cloverport, ers and gas they curse the day their Plaintiffs. Vs. Notice leaders adopted these devilish means of J. M. Crawford, Etc., Defendants. warfare. Here the Russians captured B. All persons having claims against all who were not unconscious or dead. Specialist on the estate of The Two States Bank are Hundreds surrendered, including offiRHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION required to present them duly proven Machine guns, searchlights, Treats Chronic Diseases. to the undersigned on or before May 1, cers. By Mall Also luiO, at its place of business in Har- bomb throwers everything fell into Loulsvllee, Ky. 4G2 5th St. dinsburg, Ity. Russian hands." 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m Office Hours: G to 9 a. m. Miss Lula Severs will be hostess to The Bank ot Hardinsburg & Trust Company, Special Commissioner. the Wednesday Club this afternoon. others without charge. It is customary in all schools to set a price on the annual, then anyone wishing a copy of same must pay that price, therefore, we feel that our patrons and the community in general should not hesitate to help us pay for "Our Annual" in this way. The prlce'thls year is 10c (ten cents) per copy. Any one wishing a copy will please give their name to any pupil or any member of the faculty. All persons advertising in the annual will receive 1 (one) copy for each i page advertisement free Please give your name early, it will aid us in determining the number we shall print. (one-fourt- make the front impregnable. "Wire defences, concrete parapets and In scaled sanitary cans. Finest for tnblo uso and baling. Ask your grocer for it. Bend postal card for booklet of Prizo Eecipoa to P. DUFF & SONS 020 Duqncsno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa, MmM Permanent You want to know what your motor Ford percar. will do. The million-ca- r answers your question. Supformance plying the motor car needs of all classes, the Ford is operated and maintained in city or country for about two cents a mile with universal Ford service behind it. Touring Car $440; Runabout $390; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale by H. L. Stader, Cloverport, Ky., Cumberland Telephone No. 6. Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist w V. G. BABBAGEl INFORMATION! prepared to handle all lines of Undertaking. My line is complete with I am a nice Hearse, ready any DR. T. RAFFERTY Miss Claudia Pate will conduct the B. Y. P. U. services Sunday evening. "I Mrs. FOR SALE BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS hour. Will take care of the dead at reasonable prices. : : : : : : IDr. W..A. Walker R. O. Willis was in Hardinsburg last week and qualified as a Notary Public. Will Be Assessed at One HunRobert Matttngly, of Owensboro, is and Mrs. S. E. Wilson. the guest of Mr. dred Per Cent. Valuation-Incr- ease Mrs. J. N. Cordrey went to Louisville From Eighty Per Monday to purchase her spring stock of Cent. millinery. Mrs. J. R. Meador is the guest of her Frankfort, Ky., March 25. Banks mother, Mrs. Florence Moorman, at and trust companies will be assessed at Gleu Dean. 100 per cent, instead of 80 by tho State Board of Valuation and Assessment this Teeth Important to Health ! year. Eight years ago the board began Half chewing and full chewing taking eighty per cent, of the total makes all the difference between the capital of the banks, as the amount of half nourished mind and body tnd their assessment, and it was continued the full vlgored mind and body. It under the last administration. Auditor Greene, Treasurer Good-- 1 not only affects health, but efficiency and earning power. Both looks and paster and Secretary of State Lewis are efficiency are so very important that considering tho method of assessing banks and other corporations. It is for most all the people a difference of a few dollars in the cost of a plate undecided whether they will take the is much less Important than the re. value of the stock as returned by the banks or find the valuation from the suits from the plate. capital and surplus and net earnings. The two systems, it is believed, will bring very little difference in results. The total revenue from banks last DENTIST year, according to the State Auditor's Hardinsburg, Kentucky, reports, was $217,521.70 and a twenty per cent. Increase would add $43,501.33 Hirdlniburg ' Trust Co ONtc our Bink ol from that source. $1.00 for 15 Jas. Cordrey has bought a complete line of J. R. ESKRIDGE, Hardinsburg. Ky. My Millinery Ads. will appear later with the best at the lowest prices. Exclusive Mill inery and has a splendid trim- Best Steers Bring $8.70, New High Top For Year; Receipts 1,333. First Spring Lambs Received. The Ivouisvlllu cattle market was steady to strong Monday, with the top This was a on good steers at $8.70. new hlfh price for the year, with others eoina at $8, $8.25 and $ii.l0. The choice handy welcht butchers sold early at steady rates, but the medium and the common sorts were slow and off 10 to 15c. Canner and cutter demand was t'ood at current prices. Southern cattle were attain on the market and brought fancy prices. Thirty two head of ktocken from Sumpter county, Alabama, averaging 5OS pounds, sold at $7.75, and two head, averaging 530, sold at $8. With receipts of 3,827 head and a good actlvi demand for choice porkers, I. B. RICHARDSON, hoes were advanced a dime through at $! 80. out the market, tops Choice hoes, 165 and up. $U.S0; 120 to K'iO pounds, $S.80; pics, $7.15 and $7 bOj rouchs, $S,80 down. Receipts on calves were 110 head, Best veals bringing 8.'0fe"f8.5o, but light calves were hard to sell. The first spring lambs of the season were received at the lamb pens Monday. Best old lambs brought 10c to lie; butcher lambs, 7c to lOe, and culls, 5c to 7c The medium and common Garfield, Ky. mer who has just com pleted six weeks in one of theSouth's bestwholesale houses. - You are cordially invited to call and inspect our line. L'oodasany youngster. Ills hearing nnd eyesight are not as sensitive as they used to be, but he caught the winks and blinks just tho same. old The first offeriuc was two steers that went to Jobe Gibson for .). Two bull calves to A. V. for !jl2 One nare mule to old iiuro for fOj. One Oc mule to Nat Arms for $lsl 1 year-ol- d hurse mule to Julie Glboon mules to Two 3 year-olfor $100 105, Gibson for One pair Jobe were unchanged. old mules to Will Hobbs for fi.'OO. Jesse Miller cot nine head of Basham's Sale. shoats for $45 and Jobe Gibson two fat A cood crowd attended the sale of Thirteen ewes, one for $28.50. J, T. Dasham, held near Sample last hoes buck and eleven lambs were knocked Saturday. Our old friend, Hichard Cox, of Union Star, cried the sale as off to Arthur Heard for $123. Whit-worth Jobi-Qlbso- n shows, 'accompanied' by young Sco bis wife. "If it isn't hers, in tho namo of sense villo and her ono time governess, mlddlo aged gentlewoman who had whoso is it?" "Ask her, not me," flared Mrs. Blith- seen even bettor days than' thoso THE IS Insurance Office ers. "And don't glare nt mo llko that." spent in tho omploy of William W, "Soo here, Lou, I'vo got things fixed Blithers. The resolute young lady so that tho Prlnco of Groostuck can't had dono precisely what sho said sho Cloverport, Kentucky would do, nnd for tho flrst tlmo in his very well do anything but ask Maud life Mr. Blithers realized that his Office Men Often Pay Penalty of to" daughter was a creation nnd not Indoor Grind. "That's just It!" sho exclaimed. moro condition. IIo wilted llko Fire, Lightning;;Tor- - 1 "Mnud sees through tho wholo ar- famished water Illy and went nbout rangement, Will. Sho Bald last night tho place in a stato of bewilderment We can't nil be devotees of the great nado and Windstorm, Tl that sho wouldn't be at all surprised If so bleak that even his wlfo felt Borry and so the office men nnd you offered to assume Grnustark'sdebt him and refrained from tho "1 weuteu too often pay the penalty of the for Lite, Accident,;nealth to Russia in order to" told you no" that might havo been ex grind at the desk By "That's Just what I'vo done, old girl," pected under tho circumstances. Insurance. There comes In many enscs the slug wild he In triumph. "I'll have 'em Maud's tclegrnni. which cntne nt .'! GEORQl: BARR sewed up so tight by next week that o'clock In the afternoon, was meant tn gfaliuess that is bred of physical inthey can't movo without asking mo to bo renssttrhr:. but It failed of Its pur activity and the ailments that mark the AVCUTCHUON bit" Old Reliable Companies indoor man for their own. loosen tho strings. And you can tell pose. It said: Aulliur at "(iraustark," ?! "Think so? Is sho good looking?" Maud onco moro for mo that I'll get To say "I feel good all over" is to "Havo a ismvA tlmo and don't lose any , ttr iiiti "Well, I would consider her to be a this prlnco for her IP "Beverly of Graustark," E(c sleep over mo. I shall sleep very speak the acme of content, and when 2 very good looking girl." "Hut sho doesn't want him!" soundly myself nt the t'.titz tonight and this is supplemented by a steady, hen. thy "Blondo?" "She doesn't know what sho hopo you will bo doing tho same when increase In weight after a long period of ".Mixed. Light brown hair nnd very iants!" ho roared. "Whcro Is sho II. W. Trent Hcnrr Trent P.'LDaiH I return homo tomorrow afternoon, for suffering, the fortunate man usually dark eyes nnd lashes. A llttlo taller lolng on tho day of tho ball?" Copyright. 1914, hy OoJd. Mead and I know you will bo dreadfully tired feels Company that he wants to share his goo than I, moro graceful nnd a splendid "To New York." nftcr all tho excitement. Convoy my horsewoman. I'vo seen her riding." "other "By gad, 111 I'll see about that," congratulations to tho guest of honor luck with the less fortunate g "Astride?" ho grated. "I'll see that she doesn't and bellovo mo to bo your devoted and fellow." "No, I'vo seen her In a ball gown the. grounds If I havo to put obedient da'iphter." It is this spirit that prompts so many CHAPTER V. prominent business men in every com guards at every gate. She's got to bo To be Continued Prlnco Robin Is Asked to Stand Up. munity to endorse Tnulac. Tnnlac as reasonable. What docs sho think I'm tliu sainu evening I'rlnce Livery, Feed and Constipation causes headache, Indi sists nature to throw off depression and putting sixteen millions into tho nt Hod Hoof, received it LATH i Grasstork treasury for? Sho's got to gestion, drowsiness. For a mild open in its plncc to stimulate the s.stem, with distance teleiihunu cum. Sale Stable Btay hero for tho ball. Why, it would ice medicine, use Doan's Ketfulets the result that energy nnd vigor return iniinlcntloii from New York city. bo a crime for her to but what's tho S.ic a box at all stores. That "tired feeling" means a good Tlio count was on the wire. Ho Imuso of talking about It? Sho'll bo Hardinsburg, : Ky. j deal more than is generally realized. It parted the rather Htnrttlng news that here, and sho'll lead tho grand march is one of the symptoms of a more serious William V. Withers had volnnlcered with tho prince. I'vo got it all" to take care of tho lunn out of Ills own condition. It is not laziness, it is "Well, you'll havo to talk to her. menus. private physical ailment that needs correction I'vo dono all that I can do. Sho Itobln was Jubilant., The thought had before it takes a firm hold on you The swears sho won't marry a man sho's not entered his mind that there could M. E. CHURCH, South never seen." results of the Tnnlac treatment are be anything sinister In this mimzlin; amazing. In order to got on with tho narraproposition of tho great financier. tive, I shall bo ns brief as posslblo in Tanlac tends to make tired out, list If Count Qulnnox himself suspected SUNDAY SCHOOL, tho matter of tho Blltherwood ball. less persons sturdy nnd of real manhood Mr. Withers of an ulterior motive tho j In tho first place, moro words would suspicion was rendered doubt fill by the nnd womanhood like those prove to bo not only feeble, but acHARDINSBURG. KY. evidence of sincerity on tho part of but most sensible folks the pioneers. tually out of place. Any attempt to the capitalist, who professed no sentiOpens at 9:30 a. m. eacli Sunday. As a tonic, appetizer and invigorant, deflno tho sensation of awo by rement in the mutter, but Insisted on the nothing ever has been discovered that course to a dictionary would put ono All visitors and strangers are cordimost complete indemnification by the will compare with Tanlac. It builds ally invited to in tho ridiculous position of seeking attend. Graustark government. Kveii King was new tissues, vitalizes the blood, and acts tho unattainable. Tho word has its Impressed by the absolute fairness of M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, meaning, oi course, but tho sensation so favorably on ailments of the stomach the proposition. Mr. ltlithers demandItself 13 qulto another thing. As evliver and kidneys, and catarrhal nffee ed no more than the banks were Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary ery ono who attended tho ball was asking in tho siiapo of Indemnity a tious of the mucous membranes. filled with awe, which ho tried to put first lien mortgage for twelve years on Satisfied users of Tanlac have proven forward as admiration, tho attltudo nil properties owned and controlled by to be Tanlac's best advertisers. Men of tho guest was no moro limp than tho government nnd the deposit of all and women, from the highest to the that of tho chronicler. In tho second bonds held by the people with the unlowest walks of life, everywhere are test place, I am not qualified by expori- derstanding that the Interest would be Commercial Supplies ifying daily to the relief Tanlac has enco or Imagination to describe a ball paid to them regularly, less a small ' that stood its promoter not a penny brought them. No other remedy has per cent as commission. Ills protecFor the Business Man atl-- '' short of ono hundred thousand dolwon such endorsements, that can only tion would bo complete, for tho people lars. I bcllcvo I could go as high as a s of Graustark owned fully of come from superlative merits. This Office. fifteen or even twenty thousand dolthe bonds issued by the government for Tanlac is being especially introduced somo sort of Intellilar affair with the construction of public service inin Cloverpott, Ky., at Wedding's Drug Standard series duplicate order gence, but anything beyond thoso figstitutions. These by consent of Mr. books with carbon paper 150 leaves Store, where the Tanlac Man is daily Blithers wcro to be limited to three The Ruler of Graustark Was the Lion ures renders mo void and useless. explaining its merits and the results that Mr. Blithers not only ran a special utilities railroads, telegraph and caPrice 25c of the Day. may be expected from its use. train do luxe from Now York city, nals. These properties, as Mr. WithReceipt books, large size, 100 leaves Most men think she's stunning." but another from Washington and ers was by way of knowing, were ab- too. price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves "Well, let's havo a game of billiards," still another from Newport, for it apsolutely sound nnd self supporting. C. M. Aldridge was here Thursday Itobln Inquired whether ho was to said he, dismissing Maud in a way that pears that the Nowportcrs at tho last Price 5c from McDaniels. minuto couldn't bear tho idea of gocomo to New York at once In relation would have caused tho proud Mr. BlithHigh-grad- e Promisory Notes, 50 ing to tho metropolis out of season. Miss Maggie Drane spent Wednesday to the matter and was informed that ers to reel with Indignation. leaves; price, per book A llttlo later on, at the billiard IIo actually had to take them around with Miss Bessie Milner. it would not lx necessary at present. Mr. Withers, however, would glvo him-sel- f table, Mrs. King remarked, apropos tho city In such a way that they wero 25 Cents Mesdames S. M. Crume, S. II. Davis the nlcnsuro of calling upon tho of nothing and quito out of a clear not even obliged to submit to a and I. M. Crume visited Mrs. Sherdle glimpso of tho remotest outskirts of prince nt Ited Hoof later in tho week, sky, so to speak: Deed Covers Baiham Wednesday. when tho situation could bo discussed "And sho'll do anything her parents the Bronx. Send your deeds to us to be covered over a dish of tea or a cup of lemon-nde- . command her to do; that's the worst From Washington camo an amazing Miss Nevah Milner was the guest of two covers with staples for That is precisely tho way Mr. of it. If they order her to marry a company of foreign ladic3 and gentleMrs. S. M. Tuesday night. Blithers put it 5 Cents title she'll do it That's tho way she's men, ranging from tho most exalted Miss Francis Goodman is in Louis. Europeans to tho lowliest of the yelTho next afternoon Mrs. Bllthera left been brought up, I'm afraid." ville learning the millinery trade. Deeds, 3 for 10c cards at Ited Hoof or, rather, tho footThe next day Count Qulnnox and low races. They camo with gold all Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bashara and man left them and on tho day fol- King returned from the city, coming over them; they tinkled with the Real Estate and Chattel Mortgage lowing the Kings nnd their guests re- up in a private car with Mr. Blithers clash of a million cymbals. The preschildren spent Sunday at Richard Mc two for ident of tho United States almost ceived Invitations to n bnll at Wltber-woo- d himself. Coy's. 5 Cents on the ensuing Friday, but four "I'll havo Maud drive me over this came. Having no spangles of his own, Misses Ora Leigh Black, Maje Pile Pension Certificates, three for days off. While Mrs. King nnd tho afternoon," said Mr. Blithers as they he delegated a major general and a and Owen Perkins were dinner guests rear admiral to represent Old Glory, two young men were discussing tho in- parted at tho station. 10 Cents at P. D. Milner's Sunday. But Maud did not drive him over and no doubt sulked in the White vitation tho former was called to the telephone. Rev. C. L. Brulngton was called Mrs. Blithers herself was that afternoon. Tho pride, Joy and House because a parsimonious nation 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, linhopo of tho Blithers family flatly re refuses to buy braid and buttons for spenklng. Thursday to conduct the funeral serv. en, legal size, price "I hope you will pardon mo for cnll-ln- g fused to, bo a party to any such ar its chief executive. ices of Ransome Norton, ot near Free, 5 Cents rangement and set out for a horse In order to deliver his guests at tho you up, Mrs. King, but I wnnted dom. to bo sure that you can como on tho back rldo in a direction that took her doors of Blltherwood, so to speak, the Printed Stationery including StateMiss Nora Driskell was in Louisville incomprehensible Mr. Blithers had a 17th. We want so much to have the as far away from Red Roof as pos ments and Sale Books. temporary spur of track laid from a few days last week. prlnco nnd his friends with us. Mr. sible. Engraved "What's como over tho girl?" de- the station two miles away, employRobert Weatherford is remodeling his plate, script,cards, 50 with new plate Bllthera has taken a great fancy to THE SPRING JUVENILE. price a thousand men to Prlnco Itobln and Count Qulnnox, nnd manded Mr. Blithers, completely non- ing no fower than forty-eighouse. hours. ho declares tho whole affair will bo a plussed. "She's never acted llko this do tho work in $1.25 Miss Hattle Tabor is visiting at Dick For youth Is this attractive costume beforo, Lou." Work on a terminal extension in New fiasco if they are not to be here." "Somo silly notion about being York was delayed for a week or moro for afternoon wear. It is fashioned of McCoy's. Printing new cards from old plate, "it Is good of you to ask us, Mrs. mado a laughing stock, I gather," in order 100 for ho might borrow tho tan broadcloth and pussy willow tafMr. and Mrs. C. M. Aldridge moved Blithers. Tho prlnco Is planning to said his wife. "Heaven knows I'vo rails, ties that work trains. feta, a clever combination picked out to McDaniels Thursday. They were and $1.00 leavo for Washington nnd I fear" Two hundred and fifty precious and with bits of brocade on tho collar, talked to her till I'm utterly worn "Oh, you must prevail upon him to accompanied by her sister, Miss Nevah Mail orders filled promptly. out. Sho says sho won't bo bullied skillfully selected guests ate two hun- sleeves and huge solitary button, remain over, my dear Mrs. King. Wo into oven meeting tho prince, much dred and fifty gargantuan dinners which closes tho novel front Tho Milner, for a few days stay. are to have a lot of people up from less marrying him. I'vo never known and twlco as many suppers; drank is short and loose, with low set Chintz Royalty moved to West View Newport nnd Tuxedo you know tho her to bo bo pigheaded. Usually I barrels of tho rarest of wines; smoked Jacket finished bishop stylo at' tho sleeves, Thursday. crowd It's the real crowd, and I'm can mako her sec tilings in a senslblo countless two dollar perfectos and wrists. The brimlcss bat goes Monroo Basham and P. D. Milner sure ho will enjoy meeting them. Mr. way. Sho would havo married tho stuffed their pockets with enough to with this smart suit has athat Ky. band of went to McDaniels last week. Blithers has arranged for a special duko, I'm sure, if if you hadn't put last them for days to come. gold cloth, and tho atmospheric effect train to bring them up a train do a stop to it on account of his so called Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Davis have moved A great many mothers inspected atop is achioved with brown tulle luxe, you may be sure, both as to habits. Sho- "Princo Robin with interest and con- wired upstanding. into the rooms recently vacated by Mr. equipment and occupant Znbo's or"Well, it's turned out for tho best, fessed to a really genuine enthusiand Mrs. C. M. Aldridge. chestra, too. A notion poized us last hasn't it? Isn't a prlnco better than a asm. Tho ruler of Graustark (four-fifth- s Mrs. Fannie McCoy and daughter, Rank Foolishness. night to give tho ball, which accouuta duko?" of tho guests asked where in Miss Mary, went to Garfield shopping for tho short notice. It's tho way we "You'vo said all that'before. Will. I tho world it was!) was tho lion of You occasionally see it stated that do everything on a mluuto s notice. last Thursday. wanted her to run down with mo this tho day. Mr. Blithers was annoyed I'vo bcort ahlc to got, "Of course wo shall insist on tho morning to talk tho ball over with because ho did not wear his crown, colds do not result from cold weather. caye Kr. V. W. Hubbard, Were it That Is rank foolishness. prlnco receiving with us. IIo is our Mrs. King. And what do you think but was somewhat mollified by the J'lvsldent Indiana I'oland In midpiece do resistance. You" Poisons China llrcciUrs' Association, happened?" information that ho had neglected to true colds would be prevalent i.a l'outalr.c. Indiana. In The mibring it along with him in his trav- summer as in midwinter. 'Tin sure It will bo nwfully Jolly, "Sho wouldn't go?" . i wi In the body causes rheuma Mrs. Withers. What did you say?" els. crobe that causes colds flourishes in Retained "Worso than that Sho wouldn't let Rapier's Pig Mea! Exercising a potentate's preroga- damp, cold weather. To get rid of a tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, 11IT&fcsJ ho noyy, "It has proven tho "I beg pardon'" mo go. Now, things aro coming to a &V4 40 For The f choarcht few r ml Utt rrowlLri 1lr 4 thul kntms. blood poison. Number tive, Prlnco Robin left tho sceno of cold take Chamberlain's Cough Rem"I'm sorry. I was speaking to the pretty pass when" I lict a ul lu to ui'u so my to- rl 1." Ko jle!ii),tlU!"intr. prince. IIo Just called upstairs to me." "Nover mind. I'll talk to her." said festivity somewhat earlier than was edy. It is effectual and highly recom- Blood expels poisons from the body and II inttturo cc bII' ImITlilrr.calla tclijitlllo mod. r!t,i'. corn whrtit.o.l. m '!. ItnfMl incut. Mr. Blithers somewhat bleakly despito expected. As a matter of fact, ho de- mended by people who have used it for cures blood poison in its worst form. J "What does he say?" his confident front "Sho loves her parted shortly after 1. Moreover, many years as occasion required, and Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. was really nothing. Ho wob "It old dad. I can do anything at all with being a prince, it did not occur to asking about Ilobbs." him to offer any excuse for leaving so know its real value. Obtainable ev"Hohbs? Tell him, pleaso, that if her." "Sho'8 on n frightfully high horso early, but gracefully thanked his erywhere, ho 1ms any friends ho would like to Load of Hemp Brings $567.50. havo invited wo shall ho only too lately," sighed Mrs. Blithers fretfully. host and hostess and took himself off The Weather Man. Mr. N, I. Duster, a prominent farmer "It It can't bo that young Scovillo, without tho customary assertion that proud to" and stockman, was in this city yesterday HARNED. The weather man lav dvinc: it was he had had a splendid time. Strango can it?" "Oh, thank you! I'll toll him." and was a welcome caller at this office. only a matter of a few hours, the doctor "If I thought It was I'd I'd" There to say, ho did not offer a singlo com"Well, perhaps Maud and I may run Is no telling what Mr. Bllthera would ment on tho sumptuousncss of tho Mr. Buster is an annual grower of said. Motioning to his sobbing friends, In and sea you for a tow minutes toS. B, Tucker and V. G. Goodman hemp and will grow 40 acres this year. morrow or next day, Just to talk havo dono to young Scovillo at tho mo- affair that had been given In his he waited until they had crowded around things over a Uttlo what's that, ment, for ho couldn't think of any- honor. Mr. Blithers couldn't got over were in Louisville a few days last week. He sold his present crop to Messrs, his bed to listen to his last words. He Maud? I beg your pardon, Mrs. King. thing dlro enough to Inflict upon tho that. B. F. May and daughter, Miss Lillian Ss Davis, of this city. A wagon gave careful directions for the disposi Except for ono heartrending Inci May, are visiting relatives in Ohio Hudson Ahem! Well, I'll call you up tomor- suspected meddler. load delivered last week brought him the tion ot ms belongings and outlined the row, if you don't mind being both"In any event it's dreadfully upset- dent, tho Blltherwood ball was the county. snug sum of $567.50. Fortunately, Mr. general features of his funeral, then he ered about a silly old ball. Goodby." ting to mo, Will. Sho sho won't lis- most satisfying event In the lives of Miss Maye Pile was the guest of Mrs. lluster bought his seed early. It cost murmured: "And I want vou to out tin ten to anything. And hero's some- Mr. and Mrs. William W. Blithers. Mrs. King confronted Itobln in tho him $5.5o per bushel. It is said that a nice tombstone for me, with tbeW lower hall a few seconds later and thing else sho declares sho won't That Incident, however, happened to S. E. Tucker Tuesday night. roundly berated him for shouting up stay hero for tho ball on Friday night" be tho hasty and well managed flight Bro. C. C. Carman, who has been hemp seed cannot be secured now at any words carved on it "Probably Cooler. Mr. Blithers had her repeat it and of Maud Appjegato Blithers at an sick for several days, Is no better. tho steps that Ilobbs ought to bo Inprice. Danville Messenger. ' Judge. . vited to tho ball. Prlnco Itobln rolled then almost missed tho chair In sit- hour indefinitely placed somewhere M. B, Drane Mesdatnes P. D. Milner, on a couch and roared with delight ting down, he was so precipitous between 4 and 7 o'clock on the morn-n- s When baby suffers with eczema or Why Suffer From Colds? of the great day. and C. C. Black spent Tuesday evening Lieutenant Dank, as became an of- about It some itching skin trouble, uii Don' Miss Bllthera was not at the ball. with Mrs. W. T. Macy. ficer of the Royal guard, stood at at"Won't Btay for her own ball?" ho "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break Ointment, A little of it gots a long She was In New York city serenely tentionin tho bow window with his bellowed. Bro, Dugglns Is In Grayson county that cold in a very short time, 35c at way and It it safe for children. 50c a big summer bock tothq. rsomeixred.jibout .the "She Bays it Isn't her ball," lamented enjoying one, of the. Wedding's Drug Store, this week. box at all stores. PRINCE OF If QRAUSTARK t ears and rigid to tho bursting point. "I suppose,, howovcr, wo'll have to keep on tho good sldo of tho Blithers syndicate," said Robin soberly, after his mirth had subsided beforo her wrath. "Good Lord, Aunt Loralnc, I simply cannot go up there nnd stand In lino like n freak in a sldo show for all tho ladies and girls to gapo at. I'll get sick tho day of tho party, that's what I'll do, nnd you can tell 'cm how desolated I am over my misfortune." you, "Thoy'vo I Bobby," sho got their eyes on can't said flatly. "You cscapo so easily as all that. If you're ' not very, very careful they'll havo Miss to t you married you tho charming Babcan say Jack Maud beforo L. C. TAUL nll-dn- y t. j iri MS mmi Z Win ! Hardinsburg Livery I t four-ilfth- Vh ht Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, st ' 1 r.'. 1 Ir-i- l itiui.-abo- 11 i m ft 111 mimnmiH MATERIALS THAT LAST. Brick and Concrete Work Well In Combination. Taking tile, brick nnd concreto nil together, we hnvo three excellent building materials, and they work well In combination with each other. Concreto By C. C. BOWSFIELD is n general fnvorlto for foundations, piers, walks, platforms and things 1 Iti built near tho ground. It sets solid and j(k.s .showing what possibilities tliere makes nn excellent bnso for most anyarf In land. It is related Hint n farmer thing, says D. S. Ilurch in Farm and near Knnsns City. Mo., sowed eighty Fireside. ncrcs to meadow with mixed grass Tile nnd brick nro used largely for seed. When It had grown up ho dis- walls and work higher up. All thrco by rods or covered that u large ninount of daisy materials can bo seed was mixed with tho other, nnd ho wires lnld in the Joints. And, by tho had nearly a perfect stnnd of daisies way, barbed wire and woven wlro nro material. In all over the Held. No attempt was both good as ninilo Immediately to eradicate them, tile special grooves aro made to recclvo Thus, in mnklng n tllo and before long people in the city began to notice the Held, which was very silo you hnvo your hoops Just tho samo beautiful during early June and July. as for n wood silo, but they nro right Bo many pcoplo came out to the Held to In tho wall, llrmly embedded so they gather daisies for decoration that the enn't slip up or down nnd protected farmer Anally put up a sign, "Ten forever from rust Tho renson you can Cents Admission." lie wns usuully conccnl tho hoops is because tllo neither too busy to give systematic attention shrinks nor swells, nnd there would to it, but bis children often went over never bo nny occnslon to touch tho Into the Odd nnd collected from the hoops. I would hesitate to say that nny people who were gathering the tlowers. In this way they made quite n few dol- building is fireproof, but certainly lars during tho season, which they neither concrete, brick nor tllo can burn or bo greatly linrmed. even counted their own. Tho fleld ran along In the samo way though nil tho contents of a building till' four years ago n woman took charge burned up. Ilrlck, for Instance, is made of It nnd began to give It regular at- by heating clay to 3,000 degrees F. and tention. The daisy fleld has becomo can't burn any more. Tile and cement well known throughout Kansas City aro also tho direct products of furnnco as a place to gather the llttlo tlowers heat hot enough to melt tho ordinary Making the Little Farm Pay tilt, r n rn irrri SPECIAL! Until April 1, 1916 HEUE IT rtf )IV&$ "? VjlA ? wjWfc IS! S v?& Ja, Ji WltS - & v?Ssl vSi vr S vT& v?3& v?t& v3 S; S3 The Breckenridge News) Each The Daily Evening Post One Home and Farm And for decoration, and during the sis weeks when tho daisies aro nt their best thero is a crowd almost every day. Tho flowers liavo becomo especially popular as wedding decorations, and it Is fortunate that they come in early June, when so many of these are needed. Tho woman who lives on the place at present takes her sewing or a book and sits under a shady tree which overlooks the whole field, so that sho metals. )Year Wood is an excellent building material becauso it is so easy to handle. You can saw, chisel nnd shapo it any way you. want nnd then fasten it together with nails, screws or bolts. Every town has nt least ono lumber yard, and wood is easy to get. Cement, brick nnd tile aro harder to procure in somo localities and a llttlo more difficult to work with, but when you arc all through nnd you clean oft your trowel you feci Just a llttlo better satisfied, because what you bavo built Is permanent, fireproof nnd will need neither painting nor repairs for years to come. You can safely cut down your insur-nnc- o policies, becauso thero is less to burn up, but tho chances are you'll never have a fire. Hitoh Fop Wire Fence. There arc numerous methods of attaching wlro fencing to concrete posts. Some makers place staples or wlro loops In tho green concrete; others make holes In the posts. The former method is not desirable because tbo fastener cannot be loented exactly whero the wire of tho fencing will como when the post Is set In tho ground. Then, too. the fnsteucr will eventually rust or break off and will thus Injure tbo looks of the post. On the other hand, holes through the posts weaken them, and therefore this method Is in general unsatisfactory. Tho simplest, easiest and cheapest way of fastening n wire fence to n con- - a Beautiful 1916 Calendar DIRECT FROM PARIS. j$L CHAMPION CHEVIOT JRR WEXUEB. This Parisian novelty has long been popular with continental women a transparent, waterproof silk cont This garment is incomparable for the business womnn who travels, as It can be folded and packed In a small compass. It Is exceptionally light of weight, and Its transparency gives full value to color underneath. Coming In all tho modish shades sage green, deep tnn, navy blue, golden brown nnd a fetching yellow, like a sou'wester's oilskin it van nlso bo used for n smart motor coat Belted, high colored, well buttoned, this cont speaks for Itself. FOOTGEAR. The ultra smnrt sports shoes exhibit the instep and toe strap effects. The newest thing in oxfords for use at the southern spring resorts is low of heel. rounded of too. In white suede, toe strapped nnd rather heavily trimmed with the finest of black patent kid. This model Is repeated in white nnd tnn, in all white nnd In nil tan. Many of tho high topped laced shoes in white suede or glnce kid show both the Instep and the toe strap simulations. The reason for their vogue is not far to seek. They shorten tho npparent length of the feet. Another vogue in boots Is tho bxrh topped, front laced model in African brown suede. The ALL FOR ONLY $3.00 SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO class business management and tho that may follow tuo use or thoroughly up to dato methods. It contains 110 acres nnd Is owned by J. J. Peters. Last year tho income from the orchard, which then contained only thirty-fiv- e acres In bearing was ?4,375, or approximately $125 to tho acre. Tho remaining part or tnc nu acres is too .young to bo In bearing. While this orchard is operated as a private enterprise. It is also a .sort of experiment station for Purdue university, nnd the methods used arc suggested by the station men. Thorough spraying is one of tho things which has brought sucsuccess cess. enn collect from tlin neonln who come. On week days tho receipts at 10 cents for. each visitor amount to from $3 to $5 and on Sundays from $15 to $18. No limit Is set on the number of daisies each person may carry away, ns there is always a largo surplus. Tho Kingston apple orchard nenr Seymour, Ind.. is an example of first i J The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. OH! mymciq When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets. Expression of Many a Kid ney Sufferer. TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly u.o this blank in renewing your subscription. Please examine the label on your pnper. If your subscription is duo, tho Editor will iipprecintc payment. In order to secure n strong, vigorous and growthy crop of lambs, we must anon fob wire fence. begin to care and feed the pregnant ewe lamb long before the lambs are i creto post Is by encircling the post corborn. We are all anxious to secure i with a wire one size less than the strong, healthy lambs, becauso the responding wire In the fenco proper high prlco of feeds of all kinds and the and by twisting this wire around tho done In Increased cost of labor, rent taxes, strand of the fence. This is is placed eta, is teaching us every year that the two ways. The fastening wire post, twisted upon itself weak, sickly or stunted Iamb has no around the or ono end place on tho corn belt farm. These nnd then to tho fence wire, of the fastening wire is twisted around are money losers. weak lambs wire, and the free end Is tho In the management and feeding of then fence around the post and twistcarried ewes during the winter season there on the other side to the samo wire. are many little details to look after. ed plan is good, but care must be It Is careful attention to these details Either to draw tho fastening wire tight taken that leads to success In sheep raising. or elso stock trying to get through tbo One of the first of these Is kind treat- fence may raise or crush down tbo ment No animal on the farm will re- fencing with their heads. If any trouspond to kind treatment as readily as ble Is experienced tho post should be sheep, and It Is also always true that roughened at the fastening point with, sheep will lose money for tho owner a cold chisel. If they are not properly cared for. Expansion and contraction of the Winter quarters for pregnant ewes fence, due to heat and cold, are cared very costly. The barn or for by tho tension curves or "kinks" In need not be shed should be made so that It will the woven wlro fencing, nnd no fear keep tho animals dry above as well as may bo felt In drawing tbo fastening under foot It should be dry, airy, wires as tight as necessary. Wooden nave plenty of windows and at the nailing strips should never be imbedsame time permit no drafts. Ewes ded In tbo posts, for moisture will should hare tho privilege of a clean, swell tho wood nnd crack tho concrete. dry bedding each night If they arc forced to Ho on wet floors rheumatism Robbing or Saving the Soil. and colds may set in. This condition Tho farmer who robs his soil Is sawImpairs the health of tho animal. ing off tho limb upon which ho is sitA four or Ave year rotation works ting. Your deed calls for tho subsoil us satisfactorily. Com, oats, ryo or wheat well as the surfaco soil, and tbo sub-so- li and hny ono or two years. This may is a nilno of fertility and a well of be varied by putting part of tho corn water if properly utilized. stubblo into potatoes and cabbage, Lime is tho one thing most needed by seeding with peas and oats after this, tho averago rundown soli. Phosphobringing tho rotation out tho same. rus, ucxt to lime, Is tho mineral plant (The cabbago is worth all It costs to food probably most needed by tho avralso to feed to tho dairy.) Itcmcin-be- r erage unproductive soil. Mnuuro as good seed plays an important part regularly as you harvest. Stable maIn tho production of a good crop. Duy nure Is tho best form of fertilizer. tbo best seed and raise better. Savo Whero stablo manuro is not nvallablo your own seed wherever practical. green manuro must bo used. Giro tbo fruit tho best caro you can Proper tlllngo becomes inoro Imporwithout neglect to tho general farm tant ns tho farm grows older until on rjpps. Spraying pays, but can bo ove- "worn out" farms it is n fagtor of chief rlie on n general farm. importance. Tillage gives tbo crop mora soil surfaco on which to feed Burglarizing the Farms. without Increasing your taxes, makes The farmer who sells all bis crops off existing plant food moro available, gives air to tbo roots, regulates water the place and also burns all his and straw reminds ono of tho supply and kills weeds. Whero the 'barglar who takes all tbo valuables he land lacks natural dralunge everything :t carry off and seta Are to what is else depends on how thoroughly the Wft oil Is ditched or tiled. corn-itali- When you feel dull and stupid after eating. When constipated or bilious. When you have a sick headache. When you have a sour stomach. When you belch after eating. When you have indigestion. When nervous or despondent. When you have no relish for your meals. When your liver Is torpid. Obtainable everywhere. A stubborn backache is cause to sus When the kidpect kidney trouble. neys are Inllamed and swollen, stoop ing brings a sharp twinge in the small of the back that almost takes the breath away. Doan's Kidney Pills re vive sluggish kidneys relieve aching RENEWAL ORDER THE BRECKENRIDGE Enclosed find $ NEWS, Cloveiu'okt, Ky. , backs merit. Here's convincing proof of which apply to my sub- The Hippopotamus., In spite of its clumsy build the hippopotamus can trot fast That Is why ho Is called "river horse." The hippo's feet are kept far apart by the wide body and mako paths with a ridge down the middle, recognizable nt once. Hippos swim very well, but go at their greatest speed when they can gallop along the bottom in shallow water. They can stay under water a long FAMOUS PLACE NAMES. time, and when they come to the sur face they send little Jets of spray Why 8hould They Not Be Called Alike from their nostrils. Tho cow is deAll Over the World? Tho young ono voted to the calf. It is perhaps too much, to expect that stands on ber back as the mothur a universal meridian or universal tlmo swims. will ever bo established, still less that we shall have universal money or a Cyrua and the Persians. AH language. universal secondary The Persians of the time of Cyrus theso things might bo brought about rewere Zoronstrlans. The Persian if we could only get rid of our prejuligion was primitively monotheistic, dices. nnd they allowed no Idols or other ma It is not. however, too much to hopo terlal symbols of deity in their tenv that tho present confusion of plnco pics. Thero was less enmity on tho nnmcs should bo got rid of. Why tho part of tho Jows against tho Persians English nnd tho French should perthan against tho other great nations sistently doscrtbo ns Cologno nnd with whom they came In contact, duo Mnyenco, cities which their own Inprobably to the monotheism which habitants never call anything but Kola characterized tho Persian religion. So nnd Mnlnz. it is dllllcult to understand, Cyrus, whatever elso may bo said of nnd thero Is certainly no excuso for him, was certainly not an idolator. our pronouncing tho nnino of tho Christian Herald. cnpltnl ns "Muntck," ns if In scont of tho dwellers therein, who call Napkins. it ns nearly ns English letters will Napkins became popular In Franco reproduce tho sound, "Mlnchon."- - Why in England. At ono time should nn Italian gratuitously mlsnnmo sooner than it was customary ut grent French din London "Londrn?" Wo renlly ought ncrs to change tho napkins at every to know how our own capital should course, to perfume tbcm with rosowa bo called. ter and to hnvo them folded n different As to Polish placo names, also Prze-myway for each guest and tho like, only an International commission could decide. Loudon hardware S. L. King, proprietor "I had store. Hartford. Ky.. says: pains across my back and finally I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They I recommend certainly helped me, Doan's Kidney Pills highly to anyone in need of a medicine for disordered kidneys." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbur- n Co., Mr. King had. Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. scription account. Name AnmtKSS . Woman's Home Companion For April "Give The Girl a Chance" By Ida Tarbell "Isolde at Home" "A Sermon to Grandparents" "Our Adopted Baby" , Fiction. Chloe Malone, Thirty-Thre- The Blue Envelope, Cents, Plus, e Frewen's Daughter. A Special Section for Younger Readers and the Section on Fashions Supply Informative Reading Matter sl Halcyon Day. Globe. A halcyon is a kingfisher, nnd "he. I cyon days" aro so called because It At the declaration of war the Hritlsli was supposed that tho weather was army comprised 711,500 men, of whom, always peaceful when the kingfisher in regulars and reserves, 601,ooo were in was breeding. the British Isles. For "All the News" Read "The News" TWENTY-ON- E ITEMS ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM HARDINSBURG REVIVAL TO BE HELD ,t FORM Ha OF THE EARTH. SINGLE COMB FROM IRVINGTON AT HARDINSBURG The Baptist Woman's Mission-- ; Series of Meetings to Begin at Methodist Churches to Begin a under great pressure flow quite readm. E. Church Sunday. Union Revival at Main Street ily Into new forms. Rev. ary Conference to Meet Fri-- j Now, any great slowing down of the Church Sunday. April 2. In- entih's rotation period within geologiOverly and Rev. Lear to Con-soday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. John cal times would ho cxHctpcl to show spiring Music an Important In the surfnoo fenturrs. The strain Move. duct the Services. n Changed but Vary Little In Many Millions of Years. The onrtb's form la that which Its rotation pei'lotl demands, f'ndoubtcdly If flip period has" changed the form bin Changed. tilvpn a little fhni', solids WHITE LEGHORNS! HL. sjaelaH MANY VISITORS ARE HERE, Feature. MISS COMPTON ENTERTAINS. EVERYONE INVITED. N'n failures a part of the infinite plan; Who funis that he can't, must give way Bardlotbarg, Ky., March '7. It to who can; was stated in ths pr ss recently that And as one another drop out of the race. Each stumb e at last to his suitable the oflicial boards of the two Methodist Rangles churches in our city met in joint set place. sion ar,d perfected arrangements for The streets were full of ladies Friday the union revival services to begin at and Saturday attending the opening at Main street church Sunday, April 'I. Iteard's and Mrs Bishop's millinery At that meeting it was deemed proper and expedient to issue to the people of displ ivs. lour city and vicinity, an appeal, urg John O'Reilly, Jr., and Pat Shecraii ing the importance ol that Coating win- out Inlying tobacco last Friday event, and asking their hearty co opIrvin Taylor returned to Louisville eration In this connection, it might not be Sunday morning to resume his studies Alexander. amiss to suggest that the teccnt acNew Albanv in the Medical College. Mrs. Ilottell returned to Sat uday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs r,us Brow n went to E.ntabtthtOWfl leal tivities of th grard jury in uur midst brought to light I condition of afliirs It. Ilottell. . itft J. to defend I woman in a murder that might well attract th serious Ur. L. H. Moremen was in Branden- case, consideration ot all our people. It ap burg Friday in consultation with Df. Mr tad Mrs. Dee May have moved to pears from their lindings that crimes Dink. Illinois. of a character peculiarly injurious to Mrs. It. k. I.ashbrook, ot Uwen-borMurray Brown left Saturday morning the welfare of our young men exist, who has been the guest of Mrs. Nora (ireen to enter school for and, we might say, flourish among us A GOOD LAUGH. Board, is now visiting her sister, Mrs for Bowling The most promineut of these, are VIRTUE OF the spring term. Overton Blanford, at Bewleyville. crimes relating to the use and sale of Meadow and Mrs. alcoholic beverages, and gambling; A Tonic That Stimulates the Body Dr. Raymond Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, spent and All Its Organs. week end with her parents, Mr. and Meadow, of Custer, were the guests of two crimes, we all know, which like the There Is not the remotest corner or her parents, Mr and Mrs. Allen, SaturMrs. onas Lyons. vampires, fasten themselves on the little Inlet of the minute blood vessels Miss Ceorgia Wilson, of Bewleyville, day and Sunday. lives of boys and young men and suck of the human body that does not feel visited Miss Ila I'ayne last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown are retheir very life's blood away. It has some wavelet from the convulsion ocMrs. I'ercival Henderson spent last ceiving congratulations on the arrival of ever been the policy of the law, to casioned by good hearty laughter. The life principle, or the central week with her parents, Mr. and Mm. a baby girl, Mary Leigh Brown, at their compel or exact exemplary conduct, home last Friday. either by the hope of reward or the man. Is shaken to the innermost Chas. Bandy. nnd Generally the depths, sending new tides of lifemateDr. Bates and son, of Louisville, were Misses Bess and Alliene Hook and fear of punisnment. surface, thus strength to latter. Unfortunately, however, eith- rially tending the Insure good health to to see Mrs. Mary Munlord Sunday. Linnie Walls; Messrs Layman and F,ly to er of these expedients do not change the persons who Indulge therein. Lawrence Kirtley was in Brandenburg Duvall motored to Cloverport Friday. the moral character of a man. The blood moves more rapidly and Friday. Sheriff A T. Beard attended a sale at On the other hand, it is a well es conveys a different impression to all Mrs. H. B. Head attended the fuI'll ion Star Saturday. tablished fact that, tl at person, who the organs of the body us It visits neral of Mrs. Alf Taylor at Hardins-burMiss Pauline Compton will entertain lives a truly righteous and religious them on that particular mystic JourThursday. and ney when the man Is laughing from life, always makes a the social six Saturday afternoon. Mrs. A. T. Adkins and sister, Mrs. J. upright citizen. After thus calling what it does ut other times. Mrs J. T. Hook was the guest of her reason every good, hearty For K. Beaman, of Dallas, Texas, went to attention to these conditions, and laugh this which a person Indulges In sister, Mrs John Monarch, at her home Louisville Friday. others that might be suggested, we lengthens his life, conveying, as it near Kirk last week. think it is sufficiently clear to all does, new and distinct stimulus to the Mr. ami Mrs. Virgil Brite spent the Misses Ruth. Mary Ann and Martha thinking citizens, and even to the care vital forces. week end at Lewispnrt. Huntd Spent Saturday and Sunday with less and unconcerned as to that Doubtless the time will come when Mrs. Sue Tydings returned to Louisville Saturday. She was accompanied their parents. Dr. B. C Darned and Mrs. matter, that we need a moral awakening physicians, conceding more imiiortanee among us Hamad at raraald, than they now do to the Influence of by Mrs. Annie Herndon. With this thought in iew, we wish the mind upon the vltnl forces of the Mr- -. K. Mc. Davis and son, Thomas, A Maxwell car is on exhibition at T. to urge upon our people, irrespective body, will make up their prescriptions N. Midlothian & Sons hardware store. have returned from a visit to relatives at to the mind nnd of their Church alti liationsor religious more with reference less to drugs for them nnd will, in so Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp, ol Iningtoil and Webster. belief, the importance ol tnis religious doing, find the best and most effective Louisville, have been guests ot Mr. and Miss Martha Canlncr is at home from elTort, and to ask them to ueslir themmethod of producing the required efMrs. H, J Krebs. to relatives in Louisville. I selves aud to give their aid and en fect upon the patient. tt. .- -i ..... ...m Mr. j T l.Un..... courtge. Harncs, ol Hawesville, Couragemtot la every particular to rei.led Mrs. Chamberlain's cottage on brought two Maxwell cars up here last this coming leligious effort. We-- feel And All This Was Polite. Walnut street. They will take Pos-- ! Thursday quite sure that if the people will get Royal banquets In France ut any session the first of April. behind the ministers In charge of the era between the reign of Francis 1. Mr Nil bids, who has been here with W etl-- , D. W. Hcnt was in Loui-vnlmeeting,- - and will in every way lend and Louis XIV. would show the duchhis daughter. Mrs. T S Williams, was their aid, that llatdinsburg will be ess, her napkin tied securely around called to South Portsmouth Thursday on stirred from center to circumference by her neck, nibbling a. bone, the noble Dr. Hayes, of Louisville, was to see the account of the sickness of his grandscratching himan old lime, old fashioned revival of marquis surreptitiously Mrs. i T. Marshall Sunday. child. self, the lielle marquise withdrawing religion. V. J Piggott, Nannie Mesdam-her spoon from her lips to help a of I'ordsville, Miss Katie Kskridgc In this connection, we wish to say neighbor to sauce with It, another fair Wathi-and Margaret Chamberlain attended the Woman's Mttffraga Confer- spent the week end with her mother, that inspiring music is a very impor creature scouring her plate with her Mrs Addle taat feature on such occasions, and mt bread, a gallant courtier using his douence in Louisville Monday anil Tuesday. as a towel for his Miss l.ouise Moorman w as the guest of cordially invite every one, with the blet or the tablecloth Mrs. Sam Biebofl and children, of fingers and two footmen holding a D. C Moor- least particle of music in his soul, to Mr. and hI parcntl, Cloverpoit, spent tie weekend wi t chin aid in singing and in making the sing- yard of damask under a lady's man, Sunday. Mrs. Lun Bisl.ofl. while she emptied her goblet at a ing successful and helpful. It is earnflraft All of these at one era or anA series of meetings will begin at the estly desired that every one, of all other were the usnges of polite society. Spring Meeting of M. R Church, South, Sunday, It will religious denominations, will brush During a feast of Inordinate length it W. M. U. at Irvington. be a union meeting of the two Meth- aside all personal feeling, if any they was sometimes necessary to substitute Rev. Overly, of the may have, odist churches. and that they will come a clean ciotb ror tne one wntcn me There will be a spring meeting of the M. B. Church, will do the preaching, forward and actively participate in carelessness or bad manners of the Baptist Woman's Missionary I'nion at Rev Lear will lead the singing, Mrs. guests reduced to a deplorable condithese services Irvington March.il. Dr. McLean and Wid Laaaoa will be the organist, Miss tion. Very respectfully submitted, Mrs. McLean, returned missionaries Nancy Kincheloe, the pianoist. Official Hoard M. B, Church, South. from Africt, Mrs. Hinkle and Miss A Queer Thing About July. By P. M. Heard, Chairman. John D. Shaw was in Stephensport on Wilson, of Louisville, will be prtsent. Bow we came to pronounce July as Official Board M. B. Church, All the presidents of the W. M. U. are business Saturday. we do now with the accent on the secBy A. M. Kincheloe, Chairman. ond syllable Is one of the unsolved requested to see that their societies are mysteries of speech. Named, of course, well represented. Equal Rights Conference. after Julius Caesar, it should really be Live Stock Sales. pronounced to rime with "duly." and The National Congressional Campaign Noted Kentucky Orator. Live stock on the local markets was so our forefathers actually did proI.uual Conference of the Kentucky Louis-Ky- ., ml active last week. (looil farm nounce it. Spenser, for instance, baa Rights Association was held in Col. Ceorge W. Bain, of Lexington, the line. "Then came hot July boyllng the noted Kentucky orator, will ville Monday and Tuesday. Morning, mules were in good demand and like to Ore." and even so lute as John-eon'- s brought fair prices. lecture at College Mall, I'ordsville, Ky , afternoon and evening sessions were held time the accent wns still on the c Robertson made the following C. "Ju." It is one of many words which at I p. 111., Monday evening, April 3. in the auditorium of the Seelbach. i I is subject will be: "If I Could Live Alout 1,000 women from all parts of sales: One pair mules to Stanley Gray would startle those ancestors of ours, Kentucky aud the I'nited State attended. for $300; one pair to James Rhodes for spoken ns we speak them now. LonI. lie Over." Telegraph. IMS; one mare mule to Herman Lawson don for fl'.Kl; one mule to Alex Gray for Greatnea and Efficiency. .'mi, one pair mules to Win. Hasham "A great man's mind Is superior to lor 4110; one mule to S T. Smith tor envy," remarked the philosopher. llSftloae mule to Joe Weise for UtOj "Yes," replied the ordlnury person, one pair mules to Hawkins Smith for is if he's great enough to get Nothing will give vou quicker and better $300; oi e mule to Nat Taul for 120. what he goes after Insteud of having rt'Milt' mid ut lower cost than Heard Bros sold Hubert Hruner u to see some one else walk off with it." line bay mare for $, aud bought a Washington Stur. mule from Malcolm Robbius for tllg Apparent Contradiction. Nobe Pate bought a hue mare mule, "She twists her husband around her years old, fiuw Oamga Teal fm f I7. little linger." "Why. I (bought you said she had J. K. MoGary v Sons sold a car lead liultimore bogs iu Louisville last week at !r. "o him under her thumb." American. for tops. Q, K Maysey sold one yearland gilt Comprehensive. to Uarbee Hi Smith, of Stepfienspm "You may huvo one wish," suld the lor 35, and one to R. L. Kislier, Rock-val- good fairy, "anil it shall be granted." It mini's freely with the soil, easier applied "Well," replied Johnny Wise, "1 wish for and cheaper than slaked lime that I may have everything I want." Indianapolis Star. Cleaning Up Streets. o, g I . ; e s Mrs. Sum If.uves of Owenstoro, has been the Kiie.t of Mr. and Mrs. '. W Hawea. K Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson .eft Tuesday (or Oklahoma. Remember, the V. M. V Conference meets at the Baptist church the 'fist. Mrs. Miles, of Kon'.sville, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Miles last week. Mrs. K. Mack Divis and son, of spent the week end wilh Mr anl Mrs. Arthur Diane. Buy your Raster Suit from Ed F BHB?I39aa3L5aEai eae Hi Bh should gate wrinkled, so to speak. In ' the equatorial regions and stn l. bed 'Tag If the earth In l lie polar regions changed from n spheroid thnt wns considerably tatter taaa it now is to lu BtaaaM form. Mountains, ns evidence B 'of the folding of the rock strata, should exist In profusion in Hie torrid zone and be scar e in or absent from the higher latitudes of the earth. Are you netting the returns from vmir poultry that you should? And do Such different ial effect! do i"t exist, ninl It serins to follow flint changes In you get manv eggs when the price is around 3(tj per dozen? A change in your the earth's rotation period and in Its breed to the White Leghorns w ll double your production anil the increase will form could hnve been only sHulit while come when eggs are hign la price. I will sell you mature stock, half grown pulthe stratification of our rocks wns In lets, baby chicks or eggs for hatching. Write for catalogue. PfOajfaaa OaolegMa estimate from the GOLDEN ROD EGG FARM deposition of denudaf ion and sedimenHardinsburg, Ky. tation that the formation of the rock strata has consumed from (5M.(00.000 to 100,000.000 years. If the earth had substantially Its present form sn.iKrO.OOu years ago we are snfe In saying that the period of time represented In the building up of the earth from a small nurlens to Its present dimensions hns been vnstly longer, probably reckoned In the thousands of millions of years. W. W. .Campbell in Scientific Monthly. WPlaJICiT' j aTBafaMfsi 1 For Sale! Horses and Mules Ages right and qualities good will sell One farm mare in foal by horse One farm mare in foal by Jack $100 $125 for cash or approved note. Also a few good farm mules, good ages and priced at a sacrifice. VIC ROBERTSON Hardinsburg, Ky. FOR SALE DUROG JERSEY BOARS lin Four March and April Boars, weight from 250 to 350 lbs., $30 to $40 each the best 1 ever bred. 6 Fall boar pigs large enough for service $17.50 each, all good and out best sows must be sold at once. 2 May gilts bred to farrow in April and May $25 each. Yearling gilts all sold. of-my I 1 e G. F MAYSEY HARDINSBURG, KY., i I I i Route No. 2. l Early Showing of New Styles in ...FOR... Beautify Your Lawns Kentylizer Pulverized -- Spring Millinery Beginning April 1st und continuing throughout the sea son. It will be a pleasure to show you the various types of SALE! My farm of 140 acres on Hardinsburg and Clover-po- rt pike, 1J mile from Hardinsburg; well improved with all the necessary For further particulars call or write, out-buildin- 'it LIMESTONE "Nature's Own Soil Renewer" i "Miladys" Flower Trimmed Bonnet Ask your friends to come with you - i 25c Per 100 Pound Sacks Special proposition to dealers Iut'orporuu-- Delivered within city limits. 710 Climb. Phons. Main I KfcNTUCKY LITHOGRAPH STONE CO. West Main St. Louisville, Ky. Home Prions. Ciii ISO) 747 spirit. Iu Irvington has the clean-ua way that tells, Councilman Newsome Gardner had a force of men and teams at work Monday cleaning Main street and grading railroad street for metal covering. It is commendable work and adds beauty to the town. More towns ought to get busy the same way. p Told No Lis. Man From Collection Agency Do you recognize this note? Impecunious One I can't say that I've ever met it Boston Transcript Mrs. V. 0. Mattingly Garfield, Ky. SILAS MILLER i Hardinsburg, R. F. D. No. 2 Ky. Fame Is -- Socrates the perfume of heroic deeda. Our "Want Ads." do the Work