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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1916. ?5t Pages o. 10 SHOOLHE jSi CULLED -s ;- Statement March 27, 1916 jS Of the Union Pleasing Woman's Missionary Friday-- For Betterment of Roads in This County 1,200 Miles of Pub lie Highway in Breckinridge. GOOD ROADS VS. BAD ROADS. Hardlnsburg, Ky., April 1 A your County Attorney, I feel It my duty to say a few words to the citizens and taxpayers of Breckenrldge county on the road question, as so much is being written and discussed as to the remedy ft r our "bad roads. Tons of literature Is being distributed by the United States Government and by the several States on this question and how to build public highways. After r.eadlng carefully all plans sug gested, good, b.id aid Indifferent, and the dillerept laws in the several States, and the procedure in the various counties under the laws applicable to each State and county, and the many ss terns of working our public roads put in operation by our Fiscal Courts, the whole matter bolls clown tovine simple question and proposition: "Where is the money to come from to construct good roads under either of the plans suggested in all this literaturt?'' Every citizen should be interested in the roads of his county. Some are, many others are not. The majority are "kicker," and do nothing to aid or advance the cause, either physically or financiuilv. They simply "Yell Bad Roads," and the cause is, graft by county officials, and that the tax money is not spent as it should be, or only part is spent on the roads. These are facts that any citizen who cares to listen, h:ars most evrry day. Is this true? No. We have approximately 1,'JOO miles of public hlghwajs in Ureckenridge county, and about $3,000 (eight thousand dollar) from road taxes to expend each year in the repair and upkeep of said roads. Any "business man will readily see that to have good roads, or even passable roads for any distance in 'this county, it is an impossibility. For about thirty years we have been going along !n this same old channel, with approximately the same sum each year, combined with the free labor, which under the different systems of road working during these years, amounted to about the same thing. We have had in these years men from different walks of life composing our Fiscal and County Courts, and the roads worked under many plans. "The money and labor is all gone and today the roads are in the same condition." Is it not time to chanse the system? Breckinridge-Ban- k of & Held at Irvington Program & & Cloverport INCOKt'OItATKD ?: & r. 1 S z : ? CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Irvington, April 3 (Special ) The Conference at the H.iptUl church Friday was n red letter day for all who attended. Mrs. Mamie Grei; ory, of Garfield, devotional exercise!-- ; Mrs. II. II. Head j;nve the welcome introductory remarks bv Mrs. J. U. Shaw, Hardlnsburg. .Mrs. Kate Sprint; &AKlK5 POWDER Absolutely Pure Tartar S3! Managed and Directed by SKILLMAN, President 2 PAUL LEW IS, Cnshior 3 O. T. SKILLMAN, Asst. Cashier 1 & A. B. (J CONRAD SIMONS 11 7 F. V. FUA1ZI0 l'J 13 11 15 I!. L. OKLZK ,1- - U. SKILLMAN 8 : 4 5 EDW. BOWNE .7X0. .TAKBOE 8 9 10 SAM CONK AD E. C. MeDONALD .1X0. A. BAHHV A.A.SIMONS FHANIC DEAN W. II. HOWMHK ASSETS Notes Bonds Cash $163,147.57 76,949.03 74,317.79 7,420.00 Surplus LIABILITIES :: $ Capital Stock paid Profit Account I.. Account for Liquidation of Stock Deposits 30,000.00 6,000.00 106.87 30,100.00 & Hinkle discussed KHz Hroadus fund Mrs Moorman, Cloverport, made a talk on"How our Association may reach the standard of excellence." Address b, Mrs. McLean. W'U .ns hymn was sung to the tune Made from Cream of of Come Thou Almighty King. An uouncements were made, followed by Ml prayer by Mrs. NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE Couch. Sour, "Sun 2 beams,'.' by the children. Business. Open discussion of W. M. &: I, methods. Central Committee mem Eugene P. McAdams V. M Si bers. Junior work discussed. U, Training School and its needs, Miss III at Hawesville. Heulah I'ayne, Bewlewille. Kugene I. MrAtl.vm 19 lying at the A bounteous dinner was served at the uoint of (leiiti .: iL luiie of his home of Mrs T N Mclilotnl.in. About daughter, Mis. C, li , .r Hawes-vlllune hundred were prestnt. m The fS V I r Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures 255,627.52 $321,834.39 but a few has lien a xulTcrer from Mrs. Joe 1'itch made her regular dialled'?, for a ye.u or mjie, and unite &: visit to Walnut (irove church, L,odi recently his case has umim u ci itical. I hurt;, last Sunday to attend church lie arrived m II.ihcsviu Sunday from Ss meeting. She na uover missea a meft-In- t' Louisville, ami now in an unconSj at her old home church since she scious condition. Mr. McAdams Is moved away from it, except when she well known by many Cloverport citi zens. 5 w.is prevented by sickness. Attends Her Old Church. do not ihv cuiia him to .ittrndaneo v- hours, Mb & & & & Total, $321,834.39 Total, Furniture Repair Shop. I'enlck has opened a furm shop in the room vacated by V. G. IJabbage. Mr. Penick will jgj repair and make over old furniture, chairs, bedsteads, and anything in this jfj Hue. When he turns them back they will look as good as new. Mr. l'enick knows his business and Is a goud work man. He should have a liberal patron ace To Be Candidate & Morton For State Chairman. tore repair The policy of this bank will be as liberal as consistent with good banking HOGS bT At HARD1NSBURG PHARHACY I, in all earnest gineer and the Treasurer ot our county, is the remedy? ness say to you, stop now, Rive this and vouchers will be shown him, and all question some thought and change the books showing every cent expended, can chanse and how so spent. This is your privisystem. The the systerr by their vote at an election lege and right. As to State aid money for this county, c illing for a bond issue. That is the only remedy for money to I think it not wise. I have not space build roads in this county, or any other here to give reasons. I have same filed county, where the tax is not sufficient in writing in records of fiscal Court at eich ear to repair the old washed out County Clerk's office, which I ask you roads much less construct good roads. to read If vou so desire. Lef us get busy ,nd call an election Under the present condition, we have not enough money to repair and keep in for road bonds. Over twentv counties this winter and spring voted, and will condition our old dirt roads. vote on this bond issue. So wake up. I respect If any citizen doubts me, Get in line, and have good roads. Wish fully ask him to call on our County En I had moie space, but fear the Editor is thinking I should have stopped before this. Give this matter thought. Respectfully submitted, IRVINGTON Hal C. Murray, PHARHACY What 30 CENTS rs Local Pens in Louisville, Tops Sold at $9.55. Cattle Trade Uneven, With Prices Lower Than a Week Ago. The price on liois advanced iiOe all throui;!) the Louisville market Monday, top weights at 9.55. Ueeeipts numbered t t t l l i iieao, nut nespuo tne luieiai there was a keen demand for good porkers. Choice com fed hops, 105 pounds and up, $9.55; 120 to 105 pounds, $S.C5, pigs, .fO.SO for lights, $7.55 for good heavies; roughs, $8.55 down. Most all tho cattle prices were steady, heavy steers sold off 25c to 35c, compared with Saturday's quotations. Kecoipts were 1,335 head. Uest handy weight butchers wore 10c to 15c lower than last Monday, with tho medium and common kinds 15c to 25c under a week ago. Top prices in tho steer division was $8.00 for two loads of prime 1,25-head. . Mip-ply, THE DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY County Attorney, B. C, lam the Old Family Dr. My advice Kentucky Minister Marries Fifth Time. will be in this paper Every Week. Evansvltle, Ind., March 30. The Rev. Ira Bruner, 53 years old, who gave his occupation as both a Baptist minister and a shoemaker, and his home as Hancock county, Ky., when he secured a marriage license today, took his fifth wife when he married Mrs. Mattie Duke, (SU years old, a comely widow of this city. The ceremony was performed by Magistrate Herman H Tod rank, in his office In the basement of the courthouse. The minister-shoemak- er lost all his previous wives by death and said he Called to "Smoky Mountains." was lonely The bride has been mar V. D. Hale, of Addison, was ried twice before. Kufiis H. Vansant will be a candidate before the Democratic convention in Kentiuky for the position of chairman of the Democratic State central committee, and if elided, as his friends bolieve to be certain, wil: devote the same energy to pulling the pmy together ami carrying it to success that lie showed in till I, when he Dead Chickens For Easter. took hold of the disorganized party There cannot be anything more at and carried the Democratic State variance with the spirit of what it Is ticket, headed by (Jov. McCreary, to meant to symbolize or celebrate than victory by a majority of 31,000. the little, real, dead and stufftd, downy chickens put lu the collections DAIRY POINTERS. Many thousands of Easter novelties. must have been produced in incubators You can place the salt where the to supply this horrible demand. Then cows cm get at it and trust to their the soft, chirpy little things are judgment us to the .iiiuutit they need. pinched to death by two strong lingers The dairy cow should essentially be a compressing the lungs and "taxlder med" for the trade. "Christ Is Risen" Urge and rich milker. ' Incomplete milking tends to check commemorated by cruelly slaying the creature born from an egg, lung the the ll'nv and shorten the milking period. syuiDol ot tlie insurrection among Build the milkhuuse with no ledges eastern peoples! The Idea Is so gro inside to catch the dust and collect tesquely contradictory that an instant's wrenches, milk buttles and so forth. thought would make anyone pass these Regularity in milking is essential to little victims by In choosing a friend's the best results. gift. Dumb Animals. Good Record By Prosecutors. Card of Thanks. The criminal order book for the Los Angtles, Cal., March 3O, 1010. March term of the Hardin Circuit Court To our many, many kind friends in and shows that Commonwealth's Attorney of Kentucky, we wish to extend our Moorman and Countv Attorney Buckles thanks for your telegrams and letters made a splendid record in securing conof sympathy and consolation. While victions of the nccused. There were we do not forget our sorrow, it is sweet forty-tw- o criminal cas-- s considered by to know that others mouru with us the the court, and convictions were obloss of our sua and brother. Vou of tained iu all but four. Klizabethtown Kentucky are a good and a kind people, News. Nannie Vest, ohn W. Vest. Sunday School Meeting. Rev. T, C. Gebauer, field worker of the State Sunday School Association, wishes to meet all officers, teachers and Cloverport Sunday workers of all Schools Thursday night, April 6, nt 7:30 o'clock at the Methodist church. Plans will be discussed for Go-t- o Sunday- School Sunday in Cloverport May 7. Let all be present. C. U. Ltghtfoot, Supt. Haptist S. S. Conrad Sippel, Supt. Presbyterian S, S. Ira D. Hehen, Supt. Methodist S. S. John D. Babbage, The Third. Painful Accident. Announcement has been received from Mr. and Mrs. John I). lUbbage, Jr., of the birth of a son, John 1). Uab- bage, the third, Match 2S. Mr. and Mrs. lUbbage aie in New Vork City, where he has a position as assistant called to tho "tSmokv Mountains,'' manager of the Mergethaler Linotype Tennessee, to straighten out xono Company. He recommends you buy your medicines from us because he has always found them of superior quality, and because we saue you 20 per cent on all your purchases. NOW IS THE TIME TO SPRAY YOUR FRUIT TREES Get Our Prices on Sprays and Spraying Solution Irvington, April 3. (Special.) Mr. in an old survey he made years id McAfee is confined to his home on ago. lie surveyed all ovr tlieso Railroad street, having fallen last Mon day afternoon from a motor car, sprain- - mountains and is familiar with all ng both ankles and sustaining severe that country. bruises and cuts. lie was trying to avoid an east bound local. Dr. L. I). Sells Load Cattle. Morerr.en is attending him. Beard Bros, shipped load cattlo Two Fine Loads of Cattle. boundary lines and locate corners Negros Arrested. Ned Satterfield and Will Iiridwell, colored, of this city, were arrested last week on charges of boot legging by Marshal George Mullen and placed in jail for a term of kixty days. If You Want to a SELL Saturday and struck good market. Sold mule to Nut Watlington for New Henderson The lrelght depot Route Depot. We have every house-cleanin- g need. Let us supply your wants PAINTS. OILS. lll VARNISHES II the Bug H. H. Norton and O. M. Parks shipped $125. two car loads of cattle to St. Louis D. Saturday. They averaged 1,340 pounds REX BEB BUG KILLEK Deitroi tht Egg M wall v AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY FILMS "DEVELOPED FREE and brought $8.55 straight. These were tht finest bunch of cattle ever hipped from this county. They were fed 1,000 bushels of corn, 20 tons of cotton teed meal and 54 tons cotton tttd hulls In five months feeding. The two loads brought 14,687.45. been torn down building will be erected la Its place. The new building will be 30x65 feet S. Richardson Better. and built out of concrete blocks lu tht Percy M. Board returned from handsome style of new depots built at Tht Union Star Monday. He reports Glen Dean and Fordsvllle. Mr. D. S. Richardson very much beauty about theie depots are: That they art a liomt product made by home better and thinks as oon as the people and built by home mechanics. weather settles he will be out go- Mr Hudson btlltvti la buying at home ing around. always when ht can do 10. in this city has and a new concrete horse, mule, cow or hog the surest, quickest, best and most inexpensive way is with an ad. in The News "WANT COLUMN 1650 Circulation 8250 Rtadirs FROM THE METHO o!lcior3ircrzior),c DIST BULLETIN ONK-TO-- cioi We Again Offer the Services of the Famous IK e The purpose of the campaign lias been give l. Tlic Leaguers have brought u information ni to the religious needs of our community. Wc rc rending and hearing much of what workers mid churches elsewhere are doing in other Wc arc not working harvest field. nlsiie. The great question is: Are nr tvtrlmg Are ive fit ullf Are we fneraitinatiHgf indifferent t time ferttn't religion nee Jit "He that goeth forth and weepeth henriug seed for sowing, shall doubtless come again with joy. bringing his sheaves with him." I's. 126:6. WHAT KIND Ol' ICASTKK? What will Worth considering. most absorbing for the next few or SOULS? to the Public. EAU fl 1 Fee $12 to Insure a Living Colt. :- -: be Green Brothers, ROLL OF UONOR Virnt mid Scrond Qiinrlern, October lo Mnrrli InchiHivc. Falls of Rough, Ky. K. V. Nolle Mrs. J. I). Babbage J. I). Babbage Mrs, Harriet Fallon, A. 11 Skillman, W. II no wmer. .Mrs G. W Geer, O. T. Sklllman. Mrs. W. H. llowmer, William Hofiius, Mrs. Kmma Skillmau, Mrs William O Polk. I). H. Severs, Mrs. William Hofiius, Miss Mildred liabbage, Mrs Forrie L. Irel mid, Mrs. I). H. Severs, Mrs. A M. Wythe, Char es Jackson, Miss I.nla Severs, Mrs. John A. Harry, Mrs. Charles Jackson, Miss I'rances Sawyer, . K. l islier, Miss Mary Kinder, Miss Ida White, Mrs. A. K. 1'isher, C W. Moorman, Dr. A. A Simons, Mrs. Prank Prai.e, Mrs. C W. Moorman, Mrs. A. A. Simons, W Vrnbe. Mrs 15. C McDonald, Mrs Helen Adams, Mrs. Ilertha Hendricks, V. G Babbage, John H. Xeubauer, Mrs. KUa Jordan, Mrs John H. Neubauer, Mrs. V G. Babbage, Mrs. Leon McGavock, Mrs. H. A Oelze, John Burn, Miss Virginia McGavock, Mrs Kd Oglesby, Burn, Mrs. John C. Nolle. P. D Plank, Miss Margaret Burn, Mrs J. C Nolle, Miss Kdith Plank, Miss Kdith Burn Robert li. Pierce, Mrs. J. H. Rowland, Miss Jeanette Burn, Mrs. R. 11 Pierce, Mrs Lon Ray, Mrs. Marion J. lichen, red I) Pierce, Mrs Conrad Sippel, Ira I) Ilehen, Vivian Pierce, Miss Rosa Sippel, Mrs. Ira I) Behen, Robert T. Polk, Miss Sclma Sippel, I). 11. Phelps. Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mrs. Carrie Chick, Mrs. Martha Smith, Mrs 1). It. Phelps, Miss Jane Smith Mrs Lou Duncan, Miss Annie Raitt, Mrs. William G Smart, Wickliffe DeHaven, Miss Josie Raitt, THIv SliRVICIi. Mrs. Wickliffe neHaven, Mrs. Frank White. A. Ross, Utnmett I'Muiondsou, Mrs. Krnest Wedding, Splendid interest. I'ull room. If VOL' Mrs. J Ross, Charles Fallon, Abigail liartles, Julian K Lawson will come, we'll be glad to move into the Mrs. main auditorium. The llible words for April will be: April 5, "Joy;" April 12, SQCIBS FROM THK TRHASURKR. Treasurer is anxious for it to become a "1'eace;" April 26, "Work." Keep The How do you like the Honor Roll this reality. Let us see who will be the first llulltliii for reference. month? Looks good, doesn't it? If your child to head the Honor Roll. Call for name doesn't appear, get it there next the envelopes as soon as you see this HP WORTH LIS A GUI! LHADKRS time. Let the list grow and grow the and drop one in the plate at Churcl FOR APRIL. more, the better. Help us make a good Sunday, or send it there ONLY DO IT Mother, let your child contribute two record for our Church. April 2, Miss Virginia McGavock. April 9, Miss Klla Smith. It is possible that mistakes have been pennies every Sunday in an envelope made. Your name may have been omit- Isn't this the best time for them to be April 6, Kuther Pate. April 23, Miss Lulu Severs. ted from the Honor Roll when it should gin the habit of contributing? Kvery member a contributor every have been included. If so, please see the April 30, Fourth Department. Treasurer about it at once, ami he will week! You may not be able to pay as see that the mistake is corrected in the much as somebody else, but you can do OFFKRINGS IN BLl'H. your best next issue. Miss Margaret Bum, Mrs. John D, By the way, wouldn't it be a good ex liven the little tots can help swell the BablKige, Mrs. II. V. Duncan, J. B. RanTwo cents a week for min- ample for the stewards and their families I!. Randall, Mrs A R. Honor Roll. dall, Mrs. J. to begin using the envelopes themselves! Fisher, Miss Mary McGavock, Mrs II. isterial support, that's the idea. Shows Is it right for us to ask the other folks I). Carter, Dr. A. A Simons, Mrs. A. A. you have an interest in building up the to do what we wont do ourselves? Let's Church. Simons, Mrs. J. A. Ross, Mrs. S. R. ?cnd the way! Here goes! Begin you! Hope you little folks will get some Berry, Jr., Vivian Pierce, .Miss Ida "Upon the first day of the week let envelopes and begin the two cents per each one of you lay bv him in store, as White. This is a dream -- the' lie may prosper ' I Cor. 16 2. Tile complete list of subscribers to the week campaign Conference Claims will be found by combining the above list with those merically the largest Protestant denomi- cause foolish boasting, but should make published in the February and March us realize respousi nation in the United States. The mem- bility God what a tremendous us has placed upon Hulltins. We lack it IS 42 of having the in the bers, not including baptized children, matter ol consecrating our pawer to His assessments covered by subscriptions 10S. number This should not service. MID-WKK1 OUR I5ASTKR PLANS. During the week preceding Haster Sunday, April 23, there will be services at the church afternoon and night The Istor requests that our members do everything possible to avoid conflicting business anil social engagements for the week. Plan to be present at every service. A cordial invitation is extended to the general public to join with us in the observance of this week, so full of sacred memories. The evening service of Kaster Sunday will be in charge of the choir, At the morning service, nil who have decided to join our Church by baptism, vows or certificate, will be received into full membership. The pastor will conduct a SL'NUISK SERVICK nt 6:30 Kaster morning. Help to make it a beautiful and helpful service. THE LAST CHANCE TO Sell Your Tobacco Over Loose Leaf Floor Our Next and Last Sale will be Held on Friday, April 7th! Bring your Tobacco and get advantage of raise in price. Will have a full house and our usual team of live wire buyers. k. So everything points to a good sale. Bring us your Tobacco. INTKRKSTINO FACTS Colored School Closed. Statistics as gathered and arranged by II. K. Carroll, LI, D , Associate SecreOur schco! was quite a success this tary of Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, show that the year along all lines. The final exami"people called Methodists" are now nu- - nations that were given an the last week of school showed quite a thorough work of the pupils throughout the BLACK KNIGHT! 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. I' year. The average of the various grades stand as follows: First grand, 9I; second grade, S3; third grade, 9: fourth grade, gift; fifth grade, 83; seventh grade, 86; eighth grade, 9O. Hev. H II. Hinton, nf Hawesville, was present and gave a very able lecture. Subject: "How We Grow." The subject was presented in such a way that the least child could grasp We are quite the whole meaning. sure the practical truths that were presented will be of much benefit to the young minds. last week, the guest of her parents, Rev. Hinton spoke very highly of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beatty, of near the general conduct and work of the Cloverport. school. Mr. and Mrs. Alvir. Mlngus were We have labored perslstantly for dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. the moral, Intellectual, religious and Davis Sunday. physical growth for those that have Mrs. Gilbert Hufllnes and Misses been Intrusted to our care, and we apPearl and Ozzie Davis, of Woodrow, preciate the that the pa spent several days last week, the guest, trons have given throughout this of their aunt, Mrs. J. W. Ulalr. year's work. J. W. Davis and daughter, Miss Silas H. Dean, Principal. Anna I!., were the guests of Mr. and Rossa L. Green, Assistant. Mrs. Gid Carman Mouday. Mrs. Susan Uenjiman, who has been Why Constipation Injures. sick alt winter, is able to be up now. The bowels are the natural sewerage system of the body. When they be No Secrets come obstructed by constlpatlou a uart of the poisonous matter which they about "Penslar White l'ine and Spruce should carry off is absorbed Into the Balsam." The formula of this great system, making you feel dull and cough medicine is on every bottle. 25c stupid, and interfering with the di- at Wedding's Drug Store. gestion and assimilation of lood. This condition Is quickly relieved by Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable McDANIELS. everywhere. Breckenridge Loose Incorporated Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Hardinsburg, Kentucky. j Monday, where the wedding dinner Willie Cannon delivered a load of was served. They will go to house. hogs at Falls of Rough Thursday. keeing soon. The groom is nineteen Miss Lena Dunn is the guest of Mrs. years of age and the bride eighteen. Andy Dudgeon. J. H. Glasscock and L A. Lampton, N. E. Swearingen and B. W. Wilson of Harned, were guests of relatives were in town last week. here last Sunday. The abovo Jack will make the present seuson at my farm 2 miles Percy L. Glasscock and Miss Jessie LOCUST HILL. East of Stophcnsport and Union Star Hoad, and will bo permitted to Fentress were married Sunday evening, March 26, at the home of the bride, serve iimroa at $8.00. Each scueon duo when colt is foaled or when Rev. Ivan Allen officiating. Miss raaro is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Not Hardin Butler and family were the Lillian Glasscock, sister of the groom guests of Felix Dutler Sunday. in case of accident. responsible was bridesmaid, and Mr. Fentress, A. V. WHITWORTH. Owner A large crowd attended the sale at brother of the bride, was beet man. Edd Glasscock's last Thursday. The happy couple returned to A. C. Mrs. Fred Davit apent a lew days Glasscock's, father of the groom, W. U. Henninger was in town last Herbert Compton was the guest of Tuesday. Miss Kathleen Tucker at McCoy SatMisses Rea Critcheloe and Verda urday. Galloway were the guests of Miss Robert Parson, of Leltchfleld. was Blanche Jarboe Thursday night. the guest of friends here last week. Little Miss Maxlne Aldridge, who M, B. Tucker, of McCoy, was In has been visiting her grandparents, town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aldridee. at Mook Herbert Compton and Lester Glass for the last few weeks, returned home cock left for Wyoming last Monday. Thursday Miss Eva Woosley. who has been Willie Cannon has moved into the house recently vacated by Dr. Lampton. visiting in Edmonson countv. has re School is progressing nlcelv. with turned home. about 25 In attendance. Miss Ilea Mrs. Amanda Tucker, who Is keen. Critcheloe, teacher. Ing house for her son, Dr. Tucker, will Miss Verda Galloway was hostess to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. an April fool party Saturday night. H. Tucker, for the week-end- . Several of the young folks met at Dr. Hart's Sunday afternoon and en. Insomnia. joyed the music. Indigestion nearly alwava dUturhi Rev. Allen preached at the M. E. the sleep more or less, and it often the Church Sunday nlgbt. cause or insomnia. Eat a light tup-pe- r Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aldridee. of with little if any meat, and no Mook, wire the guesta of their son, milk; alto take one of Chamberlain's M. Aldridge, and family Thursday, C. Tablet immediately after supper, and Prayer meeting etcry Thursday tee 11 you do not rett much better. night. , Obtainable everywhere. LOST 5 YEARS FROM HIS LIFE Mr. and Mrs Orln Hardin spent Thursday with Mrs. Hillary Hardin. Mrs. Garfield Ilurden returned from McQuady first of week, where she had been visiting relatives. Remarkable Story is Told by Ohio Man Who Has Been Re- clnrnrl hu Tnnlnn r. pation ative. A One way to relieve habitual constiIs to take regularly a mild lax- Donn's Itegulets arc 2oc recom- mended for this purpose. a box at all drug store. "I have been able to work only nbont six months ench year for the p.vt ten I h.iven't lost a day's work since I began to take Tanlac " This Is the statement of David R. Ti Ohin. nfnr ('in Pncu r HARDINSBURG. years. "Hut We Are Speaking to The Men s 8 u Both Youna and Old I What we say is of interest to you and it will pay you to read and act accordingly l'lu '"tLst liri"f- -' 1111(1 Summer woijrhts in all the up-telate shade unit weaves, made up itlonjr seientilic lines conforming carefully to the most desirable models. We sell you clothes that do lit and wear. Our clothing is equal to that of the larger cities at the usual small town prices. U'e have the very stylo and shape for you. Huy your clothing from ih -s- ec just what you get have them lit to you get the worth of your money and he Satisfied. llIlV1' o j ; ' clnnati. These two short sentences contain as high a tribute ns can be paid to a med Iclne. Taulac Is littrahy puttluR money Into David R Case's pocket every day He can count its valtin to him in dollars and cents. "Six months n year tor ten years." To the average man this means thousands ot dollars. It mav mean the difference between want and plenty. It means five years out of a man's life, Mr. Case's story will strike home to thousands. "I suffered from a stomach trouble so serious that 1 could not work more than six months out of a year for the past ten years," he sid. "There would be dull, constant pains In my stomach and shootluB pains in my breast, back and arms. "Everything I ate seemed to disagree with me. I discontintied drinking coffee for a year, but that made no in my condition. I simply could not get anything that benefited me. "I saw the remarkable praise Tanlac was winning, and more In desperation than anything else, I decided to try it. I believe that I would be shirking a real duty if I failed to tell my story, remark- able as It may seem. "I have now used two bottles of Tan lac. My appetite has returned, and I sleep well. The pains are rare now, and, best of all, I c.ui work all the time. I feel stronger than I have In years for me. It J 'Tanlac has done worlds tyi&doubled my iucome." It is human nature for Mr. Case to believe that he is the exception and not the rule, but his story really is not a great deal different from the statements of many thousands. There is no remedy that acts as on ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys and on catarrhal affections as does Tanlac, which is cow being introduced in Cloverport, Kv-- at , Kill i Mnke sute that however good you nwy be, j on have fault.-- : that however dull ou may be, yen can find out what they urt; and that however slight they niuv be, )ou would better make some patient effort to ;et rid of them. John Ruskln. as l'rof. T. S. Williams has returned from a buMness trip to Central City. Dr. W. A. Walker rpent last week In Hewlej vil e practicing his profession of dentistry. Uev. S. L. Carrier, of Owensboro, w.is the'guest last week of Rev. S. K. W'' CLOTHING 1 Ham and other friends. Mrs. Kute Heard arrived last Saturday from Birmingham, Ala., to be the guest of Mrs. C. V. Robertson. From litre Mr. Beard will go to Wheeling, W. Va., for n visit to Mrs. L wis Kincheloe. Mr. anil Mrs. Watson Massey and baby, of Louisville, were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. l'e ton and Mr. aud Mrs. O. W. Evans. Mrs. W. N. Warren and sons came Sunday night to join Mr. Warren, who has been in the employ of B. F. Beard & Co. for the last month. Mr. ami Mrs Warren will go to housekeeping iu Mrs. Susan Squires' house. FOR AFTERNOGNS. J. H. G.irduer has returned from Louisville where he went to purchase This pood looking house frock is goods for his store. fashioned of golden brown pussy wilWill Dooley and IJarl Smith went to low silk, set off with numerous silk ball buttons. The. senilis are nil piped, Jefferson Barrack: last Friday to be ex and n double belt lends n princess ef- amined preparatory to enteriug the fect becoming to a matronly flsuro. army. The bell sleeves nnd V neck, finished Mrs. Lucrelia Hensley, Mrs. John D. with n little tie of the same material, Shaw, Miss Hula Shaw and Miss Metla nro Interesting features of till pretty Ditto attended the missionary meeting frock, which mny bo made of any preat Irvingtoii Friday. ferred shndo of silk. Mr. Cross, of Louisville, has been here and installed the Burrough's post ABOUT NEGLIGEES. ing machines in the Hank of Hardius burg. The most faselnatliiR of all iieKlIj-'eo- s Is the one In two layers of chiffon. Mrs. Elijah Miller, of Cloverport, You mny have the garment of any spent Saturday aud Sunday with her shnpo preferred so Ions as Its outline sister, Mrs. Annie C. Hook. Is Indistinct nnd of classical suggesMiss Amelia Squires left Saturday for tion. But be careful nbout blending Its tones. If you decide to have Its Cloverport to be the guest of her outer layer In blue be sure the chosen brothtr, Barney Squires second slinde of mauve. roe or yellow Walter Brown, of Woodrow, was the exactly accords with It. In nrninuliiu Sunday guest of Mrs. Brown and baby. the drapery let the underlnyer occaMrs. H. M. Beard visited Mrs. Jim sionally show distinctly. The beauty about the double toned chiffon iiegllsee Withers, near Kirk, last week. Is that it docs not need supplementary Bob Mattlngiy, of Owensboro, has trimmings. been the guest of relatives and friends. Two more voters arrived at the homes Feed Out Your Hogs of Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Dowell and Six Weeks Earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tate Saturday. Mrs. Byron Withers and tons, of OwIn every lot of hogs on feed two or ensboro, are the guests of her mother, three weeks quickly and actually eat Mrs Chambliss, near town. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Evans made a less than others. If all would fatten like these, the entire drove would be business trip to Louisville last week. ready of the market six weeks earlier Misses Katie, Hannah ar.d Lucile and to save six weeks feed Is an Item Jarboe were the week end guests of that you fully understand. relatives nt Kirk. The hog that fattens easily must be Miss Reba Walls has gone to Richin prime physical condition. The li mond, Ind , to accept a position in an A Thomas Hog Powder is a condition- asylum. er for hogs. It keeps their system Mrs. Will Beauchamp had for her clean and healthy and enables them to Mrs. fatten quickly without falling a prey Sunday guests Mary Vera Jarboe, Misses Sheeran and Katie to the usual diseases of hogs. The U. Agnes Jarboe, Prices from $7.50 to $22.00 1 Our Tailoring Department Guarantees Perfect Satisfaction- - jjj 1 S Flats The famous Swann Hrand needs no They are the universal hat. The and prices unexcelled. Monarch and Arrow arc the two brand that denote supremacy the line shirl indu-trto wear a Monarch Arrow shirt is to enjoy real comfort and have, the of being a coni'oriner y: a in Prices $1.50 to $3.00 or to to pute Prices $1.00 to $1.50 Wear an Arrow Collar as a sign of oneness of SUVLK and COMFORT Everything for the Men in Fancy Tics, Suspenders. Supporters, I5elts, Hose, llanducrchief-- s Gloves aud Jewelrv of all hinds. Prices 15c or 2 for 25c "Once our customer always one" Remember that "Quality," Quantity, Price and Quick Service is our motto. B. be. Come to us when in need of anything. We have it or can vet it. ii Wedding's Drug Store. F. 1J7:&-SZ- BEARD vCiV7: VT-fi & Tie V?.6K GO. Hardinsburg, Ky. 5 Owensboro Only Wanted Shops If They Were to be Removed. the motives of Owensboro business pejple In attempting to locate the Louisville, Henderson St. Louis railroad shops at this place rVhe citizens of Cloverport have become very much offended at the action. In speaking of the way In which the Cloverport people were viewing the matter, members ot the local committee said: con "At no time since the flagration at Cloverport, which de stroyed the shops, has the Owensboro committee solicited the railroad com pany to remove the shops from Clover port. It has not wanted the company to move the shops from Cloverport Only in the event that the company's officials decide to remove the shops does Owensboio want to be considered. In every communication that has been addressed to the president of the road there has always been the proviso that if the company determined not to rebuild at Cloverport did Owensboro want to get into the game. "Not an Owensboro buslners man wants the railroad officials to take the shops from Cloverport. There is no desire on the part of Owensboro citizens to mistreat Cloverport, but on the other hand would willingly lend a helping hand In her distress. When Cloverport was visited with a disaster several years ago Owensboro was one of the first to send her aid. If It was left to Owensboro citizens to say where the railroad shops should be rebuilt, there would be a unanimous vote for them to remain nt Cloverport. "Because of the lack of facilities for fire protection at Cloverpoit, it occurred to the committee that there would probably be a change in the location. The committee had discussed the situation at length and taken Into account that in supplying the railroad company with land on which to build there would also be a largo tract of land provided for homes for the workmen. Owensboro Messenger. Misunderstanding i& 7ST:X DEEDS, JOORDS wx Hoad Wagons Cloverport People Have Abso lute Proof of Deeds at Home. It is not words but deeds that prove true merit. The deeds of Donn's Kidney Pills, For Cloverport kidney sufferers, Have made their local reputation. J'roof lies in the testimony of Cloverport people. L. V. Clmpin, Cloverport, says: "I was lu bad shape with kidney trouble. Seeiu? Doan's Kidney Fills recommen ded, I went to Fisher's Druj; Store and One box cured me and I KOt some. have had no need of a kidney medicine liuggies & Stir revs M Oliver lows and m p,irts m Walking Plows Sulhv Plows p Double Plows M Cultivators WS MR. FARMER Surely there is some implement or piece of farm machinery in this list that you will need tin- - season in extract insr greater wealth from the soil. And j'tist as surely we are able to sell it to you on very advantageous terms. It makes no diU'erence what you want, we never take our hat oil to any house iu tho matter of quality, price or terms. We are here to cater to your wants, and we do it iu a manner that is decidedly to your advantage, whether those wants be large or small. We would like to talk it over with you tho first tinio you are iu town; the sooner you como the better for both of us. THE MARKET. M W 'P.. ...I. II luuui narrows e m not stock Kennedy. Raymond Dowell was in Louisville food. It's straight medicine, and we took the agency because it enables you last week consulting an oculist. to feed out your hogs much earlier. Services at the M. E. church, South, For sal 2 at Wedding's Drug Store. each clay and evening. Rev. Overly arrived Monday evening. A. Thomas Hog Powder Is Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy et Doan's Kidney Fills the same that Co., cured Mr. Chapin. Foster-MilbuProps., Buffalo, N. Y. dealers. siuce." Frice 50c, at nil Harrows m Union Corn Plant ers m Hand Seed Sowers ill Seed Drills M Pumps Corn Shelters Wi Feed Cutters 11 P fi i fifs M m W m M &x Hoofing Wheelliartow.i M 6 BEST TWO ROW CORN PUNTER10N Safe Medicine "Is it safeV is for Children. first question to be considered when buying cough medicine for children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has lont' beon a favoritewith mothers of younir children as contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as dently as to an adult. It is pleasant to take, too, which is of great importance when a medicine must be given to young children. This remedy is most effectual in relieving coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable everywhere, the Miss Martlne Monarch, of Kirk, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook. Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha There are loyal hearts, there are spirits Harned spent Sunday with Mrs. II. B. brave, There are souls that are pure and true; Moorman at Harned. Then give to the world the best you Rev. S. K. Hunt filled his regular ap have. And the best will come back to you. polntment at Sample Sunday. Madeline Bridges. Jeff Dillon was operated on Monday morning by Dr. J. E. Kinchelou. Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and little daughter, Laura Mac, went to LouisMost disfiguring skin eruptions, ville Wednesday to he gone several scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., arc due days. to Impure blood. Burdock Blood BitMrs. W. V. Perkins, accompanied ters as a cleaning blood tonic, Is well by her mother, Mrs. Lucy Pate, were recommended. $1 00 at all stores. in Sample Friday to sec Mrs, Will Jolly. Entertain to Dinner. Mrs. Charlie Campbell went to Duke Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith entertained last week to see her sister, Mrs. Lee to dluner several of their friends at Campbell, who Is sick. their home In Ekron Thursday In honor Mrs. Sam Ramsey and children went of their guests, Mr, nnd Mrs. David S. to Ualltovn Saturday to visit relatives. Henry, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The S. Q. Smith, of Patesville, was here guests included Mr. and Mrs, John last week to see his brother, Inlow Lyddan and Mr. aud Mrs. Win. KenSmith, who is ill and is not improving. dall, of Irvlngton, und the honorees. J. Y. Isom and Mrs. Isom were in Mr. and Mrs. Henry left Friday for town last Friday and were the guests their home in Tennessee. of his son, Jessie Isom. Spring. Mr and Mrs. McKluey, of Toblns-port- , were here Saturday. Spring is looked upon by many as the Gideon Burdett, of Ilalltown, had the most delightful season of the year, but misfortune last weak of losing a tenant this cannot he said of the rheumatic. bouse by fire. Ills estimation of the The cold and damp weather brings on loss was $1,800, with $;00 Insurance. rheumatic pains which arc anything Mr. Willis Noel celebrated his 04th but pleasant. They can be relieved, birthday anniversary last Friday at however, by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable everywhere. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isom, HILL ITEMS. GLEN DEAN. W. R. Moorman Si Son recently sold J. W. Parks, of Farnierville, La., two bulls; II. F. Keevs, MoMlnnvlllo, Tenn., one bull, and J. F. Uutler. Lobelville, Tenn., ono bull. Mr. Moorman also bought six bulls from A. V. Carpenter, of Danville. Ilurden & Hnrl arc making n shovel plow for Charlie Robertson, Jr., of Durant, Okla. Mr. Robertson says he can not get plows out there that will do the work like they do at his old home. J. T. Sermon says he has all his plowing nearly finished and ready fcr plant ing Ills tobacco plants nre coming up, and that he has plenty of them. Mr. Sermon Is breaking tobacco grouud now. W. R. Moorman & Son have put in 9OO rods of tlleing ou the'r farm near here. This makes 2,000 rods. Tho residence of Forrest Pool, near Glen Dean, burned Saturday. The Glen Dean base ball team is ready to play ball this season. Mr. und Mrs. Tims. Moorman, V. R, Moorman and R. G. Robertson attend ed court nt Hopkinsvlllu last week. D. C. Moorman, Jr., returned last week from Bowling Green. DILLON & RHODES,! Hardinsburg, Ky. iSave 11 $2Q Now I I Address $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma .$75.00 Hook-- m keeping or Shorthand Course, TIM 12 UNIJMI- TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata-- l log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. ii jafjj I H. O. KEESLING, lii'orpurjtiil President BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE jM Louisville, Kentucky Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them. Doan's Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. Seed Corn from best liar Cora we could find in Indiana hist year. Alto lohnson Conulv White and Iowa Gold Miuo Yellow at Vi per bushel; live bushels nt $1.75 per bushel. AUo several fine Poland China Hoars and Hour I'lgs aud one rendered Gilt and lour nice Plus. W. Farmers Interest! J. OWEN & f SONS, Hardinsburg, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN I). RAniUGE, Cdilor and Publisher !$$$3$$Sj$$5 $ AHEAD OF THE GAME. BREEDING JWLoAjl ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Olmuari charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance, ttxainine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. When you break even on yotir t beeves yop nre nlicail of tlio 5 i Kiiine provided you snvo the ma- ;smire, especially If you Imvo kept b liojrs following tlio cattle. "inv- iiir iiio immure uoosii t menu s.nvliit? inerely or one-- S v fourth. It means wiring 70 per S J cent or mofe, llipilil as well ns solid. Tlio problem of keeping ? live stock with profit Is Inrpely J n matter of innNinn use as sIIuko. s roiiKhne or licdilliic of stuff that U wasted on the average farm. Weeds nnd repil seeds, usually counted worse (linn iiothlu, may be put on the rluli t side of (lie ledeer by means of n few sheep. $ tmp-tlil- STOCK Chas. will mamraj' a is VV Come in ano consul H. Drury place his breeding stock Bourke Cochran and "BUV AT MOMK." i, .j. .j. ? $ .; ,, ,s, , ,. ,j, TIir Huy nt Homo Ciunpiiign is lioinir run toriuy in hundreds of CONTROL INSECT PESTS. citic-- in tlio United Slate nnd Cnnjidu. The Hrockcnridfio News recently received u copy of the "Community Builder Service," illus- Kansas Stats Agricultural Collage Gives Advice to Farmers. trating cartoons suirefi'tivo for putting on the campaign and the vatrrcimrol by Knnwis Stnto ARrlcuIturnl rious methods ('niploved by papers in a number of cities throuirhout college. the country, who are runniii!.' thec campai"!)-- . The.c cartoons hit While the nrernpo Kansan has little the question of the mail order buying from every nns;le and tells the Idea of whore the Insect pests spend tlio winter, yet this knowledge, say the story in pictures. entomologists In thu Kansas State AgIn the copy it Muted that over a billion of dollars in cash was ricultural college. Is of utmost Importrtkon from retail merchants in flic United States in 1013 by one tance to the farmer In working out and thousand until order houses. Think of it! How much better it applying methods of control. The entomologists explain that most would have made the customers feel and how much mote rood it would liml silent of tl,c '"sects III the winter season are tl.n!,. bnv.. nmnmiN.fl fn in .mnnltv' ' if tlwn nnnnlo ., n ulnfn III wlilnli tlini nr. ' ... .. . in;' .i.i. their money at home with their home merchants, where its value ccsslldo to control and that generally would have .laved with them and helped to build up their interests. the best methods of control nre conThe home merchant . helping us. with us, working duclve to better agriculture regardless with us to build and improve all our home institutions. Then we of whether the Insects aro actually present. This U particularly true of should pi ty fair with and with him. We should give the means employed In exterminating the homo meichuut the (ir.--t chance. staple crop Insects. If tho people of Cloverport are interested in the progrc.-- s and "Thu staple crop Insects-t- he Held the futuro of their own town, then a "Buy at Home Campaign" crop pests spend the wiutcr In all should be organized, everyone co operating with the merchants, so stages," says James W. MeCollocli, assistant In entomology in charge of staas to make this u bigger, better, happier and a more prosperous com- ple crop Insect Investigation "that U, munity. ono group of insects may live through Tho the mail order houses do such lloutUhing busi- the winter as adults, another may hiness is that they advertise, ami keep their goods constantly before bernate as larvae, and still another stage." tho public. One can find catalogue. from many mail order houses in may exist In the eggstates The chinch bug, Mr. MeColmost nil tho homes in this county. These people know they will get locli, spends the winter as an ndult In results by their continuous advertising. If the merchants of small clump forming grass, such as blue stem and bunch grass, liurnlug grass cities, like Cloverport for instance, wish to be successful they should Is a good practice. advertise and let tlio people know what they have, that their lino of The corn ear worm winters as n pupa merchandise and groceries ca-- i be obtained as cheap as could be in Its pupal cell from two to six inches below the surface of the ground. The brought from tho mail order business thins. "llaxseed" or Ilcsslnu lly pupa may be Jack Ben At Cloverport, Kentucky for the season of 1916. Frank Carter In Charge. J ft II 111 ..v-- j WHEN YOU INVEST YOUR MONEY BE CAREFUL. YOU DON'T WAAT TO LOSE IT; WE CAN KEEP YOU FROM DOING SO. IT IS OUR BUSINESS TO KNOW WHICH INVESTMENTS ARE SAFE. BEFORE YOU RISK YOUR MONEY COME IN AND CONSULT US. WE WILL GLADLY ADVISE WITH YOU. MAKE YOUR WILL NOW; MAKE OUR TRUST COMPANY YOUR EXECUTORS. BANK - WITH US i.-- Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600.00000 our-clv- es Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURQ, KY. chief-reaso- :ri: "STSfc utober Roofing I "Bought before the advance." Write us St is jgi DO BOADS IX SPRING. With the of the tanners and the citizens of this community, the country road in and around this section should be gotten into excellent shape for spring and summer. The essential thing in the spring maintenance of earth roads, especially those on heavy soils is good drainage. So long as the water can bo kept from penetrating deeply into these roads they will icmain at least fairly passable. The chief attention of the road man should bo toward getting and keeping the water away from the roads. If tho foundation can be kept dry, even a heavy freeze, followed by a rapid thaw, will do little or no real damage to the road surface. A dty soil does ni t heave. Tho foundation will therefore still bo solid and the road will be able to sustain tho trallic without serious rutting. Tho spring maintenace of earth roads requires, therefore, first, preventive measures which should' bo taken the previous fall or summer, so that the road will go into winter properly graded, well compacted, and with good provisions for drainage; and, second, timely, Wator Supply Easy Now. continuous, systematic, and intelligent attention throughout the Pumping and carrying water are two winter and spring. of the most time consuming farm tasks. found In early sown or volunteer wheat or in wheat stubble. They are under the sheaths of the wheat stock. Thu ginsshopper remains in the egg stage throughout tho whiter. The eggs are in capsules at a depth of from one-hato one inch below the surface of the ground along the roadside, in alfalfa fields and In almost any uncultivated laud. Corn bill bugs pass the winter ns adults In thu taproots of corn plants. "In combating tlio Hessian lly the most important thing, nnd the one the experiment station has always placed stress upon. Is the destruction of nil volunteer wheat," says Georgo A. Dean, professor of entomology. "Four things are emphasized: (1) tlio thorough preparation of the seed bed, (U) destruction of nil volunteer wheat, (3) late sowing and (4) lf ror samples ana prices, and we will tor- ward same by first mail. jk m & Sf 2 FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, Manager Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. f jg fK Advertising in The Brecken-ridg- e Netus 'Brings Results SUMPTUOUS DINNER GOWN. Lines and material combine to give this graceful effect, a dinner gown of pale blue and silver brocade, with a black and rose velvet rose Uamlng in the corsage. The train is a modified l, epiral in grateful contrast to the square or hall runner varieties of all winter fashions. Please observe how skillfully palo blue tulle has been used to construct the shoulder cap, fish-tal- D Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sirs: Will ask you to please discontinue our Poultry Ad., as we find it impossible to fill the orders we are receiving for eggs and baby chicks. Very truly yours, P. M. BEARD, Proprietor Golden Rod Egg Farm, Hardinsburg, Ky. buy more cheaply and where one can get the best. You can also find business opportunities and can learn where to buy clothes, shoes, hats and everything oNc that any one may need by keeping track of the places where such things aro sold. Tho advertisers no longer regard nionoy paid for advertising as a gift to the newspaper. They have ways of tracing results obtained from any advertisement and know whether or not it gets results. If people did not gel results they would not carry ads. mucli that is roa lly news. Not only docs one get a bit of pleasure or diversion out of the reading of the ads.; one also finds much that can bo turned to profit. Bargains aro being advertised every day. One can cut the cost of living by reading the ads. in tho paper, whore to li E A DING ADS. Some persons boast that they never read ads. in a newspaper or magazine. If they fail to read the ads. they miss a part of the paper at least as good and fully as interesting as any other, and over look They aro dono In hundreds of different ways, most of them tedious. Several ingenious devices have lately appeared that offer relief. One Is a galvanized steel standplpo that can bo installed In the barn or any building that will protect It from frost 111 winter. An excellent place is in the middle of tho silo where the bent of the silage will keep it warm. This which Just hints of tho epaulets that tho fad for military styles enrries over even Into dress creations. Tho colffuro for this frock takes a bandeau of pearls. Why Suffer From Colds? "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break that cold in a very short time. 25c at weuuiiig s imig more The man or tho boy who loaves tho farm, runs away from his opportunities. Just think of what a man can do besides making a good WATKIt SUlTIiY TANK. living. Ho can help build up tho schools, the churches and social Is made twenty feet high and life generally. Ho can build good roads or help his neighbor to tank from two to threo feet In diameter. build thorn and render a lasting boon to his country. Stay on tho Tho two foot slzo holds fourteen barrels and tho threo foot holds farm, young man. I I 8 We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth Money To You in each 24 and 48-lSacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit- sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. b. . I thirty-thre- e barrels. This standpipe was originally InDon't run about and toll people that you have been unfortunate; tended for use with windmills, but n people do not like to have unfortunate mon for acquaintances. gas engine or any other convenient Iower can bo used. Let tho evening's amusement bo such as will bear tho morning's Another interesting water supply help for use with electric motors is n reflection. bnsement pressure tank niled with n motor operated pump. Tlio starting Mrs. it V. Lewis visited friends at and stopping of tho electric motor is AAIMONS. automatically controlled by the air I.odiburj,' Saturday. pressuro In tho tank. Farm and Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Hallow visited Mr. nnd Mr. Let Claycomb Sunday, Mis Utiby C. ('.edlinj; KruudparuiitK Sunday. vihited bur I LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Poisons Ketainud in the body causes rheumatism, scrolula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For Tho Wood expels poisons from the body and cures blood poison iu its worst form. Sold by Wedding's DruR Store. W. M. Walls and Cleveland Hamilton went to I.GtiUvillc lukt week on hitsiuuMi. It. V, Lewis lias two fine colts, K. O. Dutshke, wife and mother visit-e- d Mrs. I'ollie Dutsckc at I.odilnirg. Mr, nnd Mrs, Marshall SuicHou have Charlie Fisher, of Koekvale, was here moved to the S. H. Kii(;lislt farm. No Sunday school Sunday afternoon Tuesday to see his brother, Dr. A. K. on account of rain, Fisher. Making Capital Available. Keep accounts llnd Just where your money comes from and Just where it goes. Moiuo men's wealth Is llko a good deal of tho fertility in their soil- -It is not "available." If tho boys und girls aro to be kept on tho farm tho farm must bo made not only a Ilium-ria- l nnd economic success, but also a family nnd civic success. Any reason-ibJ- o expenditure for making tho homo ?laco moro attractive Is ns renl nnd irofltablo an investment as though the uo'ioy had been spent for lliuestono .ml phosphate. Farmers Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the A NATTY MODEL. Height and ribbon aro two of spring's millinery dictums. Tho hat pictured obeys a spiral flnro of brown taffeta ribbon mount-ion brown chip with r a narrow brim. Tho only other is a solitary pink rose gracefully trim-mine- 1. .'T. i i l ii wuuro ovury iiojisnutiu m fii .i juuuuuo 13 cureiiuiy iookccii attor una sold for its' full murket valuo and returns promptly inado 1 Old Reliable Louisville House 1 J p e i GLOVER & DURRETT, Managers posed In front L. T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. JShe Breckenridge News 1910 . WEDNESDAY, APR. 5, . I .nL.fi..iiffl as second . r I elm matter. Charlie Smart was in Louisville Sim day the fciiest of his old friend, Joe Hiool.s. Dennlc Asklns visited his aifnt, .Mrs. J. K. Cox; at Lodibirg, Saturday and Sunday. MISS HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN A ADVERTISING DY THE Mr. R. L. Smith, from BinuingliHrn, Ala , with the gucil of Mrs. Ella Jordan last week. Miss Ella Smith will have charge ot Epworth League services Sunday evening. Mrs. T. W. Geer left Thurnlay for Evatisvitle to be the gue t of Mn, II tht- GENERAL OFFICES rfEW YORK AND CHICAGO FOR POLITICAL I I EVELYN HICKS I I I ,t 1 w ft n iiIpiiki. tc ,. li N'llTEAilrrrtlsifi wIiimi nntlfv tin, pilltnp you wunt uilviTtivimni tilicontlnui'0. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Wanted Farm Hand. WANTEH-- A farm Imrul with small family. Irvlnirtmi Ky. f NEW OXFORDS $ fe FOR SPRING fi- fe 1 ui men, Liuic2, imiscs anu niiuicii ' Wi ' Has received another Miss Mary Vogel, of LouNvllle, Is t 5 the guest of her brother, John Vogtl - n .!.... -- ...1 ill. frCtnm f 'J TiO shipment of and Mrs. Vogel. S B.00 rtrr.r. UI WUUUIJ James II. Fordyce, of Hudson, III., has bought the Nat Arms place of 100 acres (or $1,000. John M. Gregory and Mr.s. Cora Renfro went to Louisville Friday for a of Individuals or expression est U visit to relatives. of Individual views per line U. Y. P. U, services will be conducted newest models in fid Sunday evening by group '1, Mrs. Chas. Schedule on Train ilamby as leader. the latest colors Mi The Parent Teachers Association will L. H. & meet at the school building Friday afternoon at 3:15. E$ You are cordially Effective September 19, 1915. B. Y. P. U. services will be conducted Sunday evening by group 2, Mrs. Chas. invited to call EAST HOUND 1)!5A. M. No. 142 will leave Clovrrport .I0:l(i A. M. Ilamby as leader. Irvlnittnn Arrlvlnc lUilO P. M. Mrs. Jus. Montgomery, of Elizabeth- Arrlvlni: I.nultvllle . 4:r.2 I. M. No. HI will leave Cloverport r:4ti I'. M. town, was the guest of Mrs. John L). Arrlvlnc Irlni:tnn 7:10 I'. . . 5:07 A. M. Babbage Thursday. Airlvlnir Loulivlllfi iM. Fackler, at Irvington Friday No. HflwlllleaveCloveroort. 5:51 A. M. Arrlvlut? IrvltiKton Mrs. Chas. Berry and son returned It' it's quality you want in groceries WKST HOUND 10'K! A. M. last week from Stiley, after being the go to Morgan Bros. No. 141 will leave Cloverport 12:04 I'. M. guests of relatives. Arrlvlnc nwensboro Mr. and Mrs Scott Mnttingly spent 12:5S I'. M. Arrlvlnc llcndcrpn . 1:211 P.M. The Wednesday Club will be enter- Sunday in Cloverport Arrlvlnc Evnnsvlllu mo p.m. Arrlvlnc St. Uiuls tained this afternoon at the hoinu of Rev. Russell Walker ntld wife return No. 143 will leavo Cloverport - . 7:00 P.M. 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Frank English. Arrlvlnc ed from near Ilanliuslmrg hist week, 8:18 P.M. .. . Arrlvlnc uwtnsooro . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanks, of S.teph- P.M. having been the guest of her mother. No. 115 will leave Cloverport . A.M. Arrlvlnc Owensboro ensporth, are the guests of Mr- - anil .. . H4SA.M. The next time you have u grocery orllendoron Arrlvlnc 2:15 A. M. Mrs. Arrlvlnc Kvansvllle John Weisenberg. der to give think of Morgan Bros. 7:10 A.M. Arrlvlnc St. Louis . fuMA.M. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reid and children No. 147 will leave Cloverport Miss Elsie McKauglm, of Cloverporti 7:4rtA.M. Arrlvlnc Owensboro ....!):0O A.M. left last week for Louisville where they spent Thursday and Friday with her Arrlvlnc Henderson will make their home. grandmother, Mrs Emma McKaugh.iti. Miss Eula McCracken entertained the Mr. and Mrs. C V. West are receiving members of the Girls' Club to a theater congratulations on the arrival of a ten party Saturday evening. poumt hoy George Milton March 28. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Quinkert and The latest things in dry goods and children left Friday for New Albany, general merchandise at Morgan Bros. Ind., to make their home. W. II. I)ix, who is attending the State A'bjliit People who Live in Cloverport, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Downard, of Lou University at Lexington, spent Sunday .Those who Travel and Those who isville, were the guests last week of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam II. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway. Live in Other Towns and Cities. Dix. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marshall, of Church and Society Notes InMiss Verna Smith, who is attending Hawesville, are the guests ol relatives the Normal at Hardinsburg, spent Satcluded. at Fordsville and Hardinsburg. urday and Sunday at home Mrs. W. E. Adams and daughter, We have all the newest and best LouVirginia, were the guests of relatives in styles to bo had in the shoe line. J. R. Burton, of Mystic, went to isville Monday. Louisville and Medora last week. gan Bros. W. F. Withers, of Kirk, was in LouJeff Board, of Henderson, was called Mrs Sills left Monday for Louisville, isville Wednesday. to see his brother, Em., who has heart where she will spend a week with relaguest of rela- trouble and his condition critical. Mrs. Wm. Pate Is the tives. She will go from there to New tives at McQuady. Wm. Kendall, of near Irvington, says York to spend several weeks with her Mrs. J. R. Meador has returned from he has sixty acres of as fine bluegrass son, Rev. L. E. Sills. as ever grew in the blue grass counties. a visit to Glen Dean. Our school closed Friday, with a treat Wlllard Arnold was in OwensRobert E. Woods, of Louisville, was for the little folks, and a nice program. Mrs. here Wednesday to see Dr. A. A. Mjss Keel left Saturday morning for her boro Saturday shopping. Rev. Norman, of Hardinsbutg, was Simons, whose condition does not im- home in Paris, Tex. prove. In Henderson Wednesday. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and son, of LODIBURG. blhs larv Couch will be hostess to Louisville, were the guests last week Friclaj Club this week. the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. W. H. Brown, of Irvington, wa3 Mrs Charlie Payne visited Mrs. Will Bolder. Wednesday. in Hardinsburg Slielman at Frymire last Monday. Julius Dutschke went to Lodiburg Mrs. Frank Ferry went to Irvington Mrs C O Langford and son, of Lou Satutday to see Mrs. August Dutschke Friday to attend the W. M. S. guests of Mr. is 82 isville, were the week-envisited who is quite ill at her home. She Mrs. Morton Peulck and son and Mrs II M. Summers. years old. relatives at Irvington last week. .Mrs. Frank Mrs II. C. Haddock, P. Sheeran Bros. & Co,, of Kirk, are Miss Mary McGavock visited relatives tearing down their old tobacco ware- Payne and Mrs, Tom Comptou, of Web at Skillman a few days last week. house. They will use the lumber for ster, visited Miss Mollie Adkisson and Mrs. Mary Adkisson last week. Miss Bertha Trumbo, of Hawesville, building barns. is the guest of Miss Bessye Arnold. Mrs. Eli Kobbins, of Mystic, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barrett returned Mrs. James Bolin, of Irvington, went to their home in Owensboro Friday, Mrs. George Cox last week. to Fordsville Wednesday for a visit. Mrs. Charlie Payne visited her aunt, after being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. R. Wadlington, of near Union L. C. Taul, the insurance man, made J. Byrne Severs. a business trip to Sample Thursday. Philo D. Hawkins, of Stephensport, Star, last week. Deunie Askins, of Cloverport, was the Mrs. F. M. Smith will be hostess to Was here Tuesday with tobacco. He guest of his uncle and aunt, called at the News office and renewed week-enthe Ladies Reading Club this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox. Thos. Beard is feeding 200 head of his subscription. On March 26, Mr, and Mrs, Oscar Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Polk, of Louishogs on his farm near Hardinsburg. ' Mrs. Sallie Moorman, of Louisville, is ville, will arrive ti.is week from Detroit, French entertained the following: Mr. Mich., for a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Adkisson, Mrs A. C, the guest of relatives here this week. EJ. Babbage. Mrs. A. J, Gross arrived Thursday and Mrs. John TF Lovejoy. ANNOUNCEMENTS J. t Strap Pumps and Baby Dolls a Good Selection .... For Sale - Cow and Calf. HoNti'ln unci Jersey COII SAII.K A nli-' heifer with ciilf.IIci licrt M. Itoiril. tlnrOlnniurg, Ky. $ Spring Miliinery pOlt tecs For Sale stiniN of llilllail 1ms In lino worUlntf vomllllon. -- V. II. IIuIiIkikiv HALK-T- wo Extra Speeial KB 3 For Sale llvnn. Ky. Ancona Ejj;s w The for lialohlnif : FOIt SAl.n Anroiia I'irKs rt lliirlnw. Illi 1.1 .'I.(H) . .Mrs. Ilolu n For Sale (lit Seed Corn strain of of maxi roti; proitfK anil ami Chatham for 10 day lolin iiarumsiiurif. ity. Tin-corWyiin-(lotto Si Here's an opportunity to get a real bargain in ladies' Oxfords in the following sizes: jj The L, St. R'y. i 8 & & & 29 2 39 SJ I & Si Si Si St Si j jk ilrnutli ri',liilmx; cr.iclril. 11. 111 v Illoknrr Klnz Corn. mum Kr.ilti ami minimum liiinil-iiti'kiIm-h- inc. rt.no iicr 11. 1.. .mi. For SA While They Only wVt Last Get Yours Now Tor Sale Fgjts. Thoroimlihrcil WliUi. nt il ti Ml tin'. M.innliij;, Chenanlt, Ky. SAM-. I Mnrv . . . Apples For Sale. nlrv Urn llavls apples on ntjr- wre. Wrltn for delivery priors. II. I, Hriiner. Union Star. Ky, 1 have Mime I J. Si Si C. NOLTE & BRO.g CLOVERPORT, KY. 18i . . . ONI? Rood Cloverport. Ky. 01! oIIIch For Sale horse, i; years old, work Annlv to Dr. U. C: McDonald. SiSii&SiSiSi?SSiSiStSiSiS!Si Ilnvrt-ivll- le . For Sale Stranbcrry Plants. 12:.-.- S . I'lants Aurll llullverv liv nan-e- l ii'isl hundred. I'nst order. S K C'nrrljjan. lrvliiutnn, Ky. A Nice Modern Home. Very desirable location; every- Apply at unco to Ci. Weill nirtnil. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS htillilliiKs tlilntf new. West school poll SAI.i: or rent on hill iritriJen ofu nil int- houst,: cistern. TellCltv. Ind. For Sale Sawyer Home homes two stories, FOl! n fur ooarolui; cash or terms lo settle estate C I'. Sawyer. lolumhus. ().. Ilcxley nil SALT. s'awyer Til. lilt riMil , fl riimiiM. I'm cUtiirn lot, 5Uxl.V: line location Iiiiusp; world sf'J.ieO for fSOirt il Harrcd Rock Ringlet V.js l.'ock I!lni:let ecjs. My Mock and enirs direct from K. II. Thomv.son. I'rlces rcnuinnhlc. Safe arrival and l'ooiI hatches guaranteed. -.- Mrs. i'. i'.niisii, uioverpori, ly. For Sale- col! SAI.KUiirrcd lilrds urn from For Sale SAI.K The most practical ideas of style, quality, refinement and comfort embodied in the cozy Ford Coupelet. A storm-proo- f, closed car, or a snappy roadster the change can he made in 2 minutes. The deep cushions, the wide, richly upholstered seat, mean comfort and pleasure. Forde Coupelet $590; Runabout $390; Touring Car $440; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. For sale by H. L. Stader, Telephone No. 6, Cloverport, Ky. Large and Small Farms number of lare ami small farms: .10 to MM acres each. Ior partlcit liirs write Wm. Alklson. Ilitrdlnshuri:. K v.. or James I). Beaton, Cloverport, Ky. col! A Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. w V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Real Estate Sold and Exchanged, Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. BUMJUHUKKKirW UW Cloverport, Kentucky d Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Louisvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. 12 to. 2 and 6 to 9 p. m DR. B. T. RAFFERTY BOURBON DARE Argahright and son, Kliliue lllack, and Misses Ilassie l'hilpott, Allie Keys ami Jennie llashani Jas, Ilruce has gone to Lincoln, 111., to make his home. George Cox was in West I'oint one day last week. Sam Adkisson, Clint Adkisson and sister, Jliss Mollie, have moved to our town and will occupy- the George Cox property. They will put up a store in the near future, Mr. and Mrs. George Cox will leave here about March 22, Miss Annie I.ce Hardin, of St. Louis, will he at home this .summer to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. II. I" Hardin. Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Argahright entertained the following on March 23: Mrs. C. O I.augford and sou, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Kzra Landman, Mrs. Jas. Drown, Charlie and Keith Norton. We are glad to report that Mrs. Mary C. Adkisson is much better and will soon be able to be out. Misses Myrtle lleauchamp and Liddie Cook, of Mystic, attended church at Walnut Grove last Sunday. Miss Ilia Ilasham was at Irvington last week having dental work done - d BOURBON DARE is a saddle and Immos stallion, blnek with white star. Ho is lincly formed; weight about 1100 lbs. lie is a lino breeder. His colts ;o tho aits; thoy are lino size. 15etter fee him and his colts before breed in;; elsewhere; colts lino color. mid IT) Imtids hih; from Holt to be the guest, of relatives. Mrs. Henry Pate and daughter, Miss Claudia Pate, were in Louisville Monday. Mrs. Grayson Payne, of Lodiburg, went to Garfield Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Irene Jarboe teturned last week from a visit to relatives at Bowling Green. Addis Kramer left Sunday for Parson, Kansas, where he has accepted a position. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Balis, of Mansfield, Ohio, on the birth of a son, Moorman Randall Balis, on April 3. Herbert Hall sold a setting of eggs to Dr. E. W. Bewley, of Penrod, Ky., who He picked up saw his ad in the News a customer in Alabama from the same ad. News ads all pay, FOR PEDIGREE: Bourbon Dare is by Bourko Cochran No. 21S8; ho by Chester Dure No. 10: ho by Black S(tiirrol No. 58; 1st dam Mabel Denmark No. 2019; she by Denmark Chief No. (18a; Hourbon Dare's 1st dam Lady Ly.'ter, hy Oriittb'.s nouruon Denmark No. 55!), 2nd dam Daisy Dean by Old Stnmjior. This horso will tnako tho &(uon of 11H0 at mv barn at Union Star, Ky. Will servo mares at SS.00 for colts that stand and suckle. Accidents at owner's risk. Colts stand :ood for season. STEPHENSPORT. C. A. Tiuius was in Indianapolis last week 011 business. Mrs. O. E. Ferguson and baby are the guests of relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bryant, of Hawesville, were here Thursday, Go to morgan Bros, for your new SALE! of 92 Acres on Hardinsburg and Leitchfield road, two miles from Hardinsburg and one mile from Harned, known as the Jas. K. Kennedy farm. For further particulars apply to Teeth Important to Health ! FARM Half chewing and full chewing makes all the difference between the half nourished mind and body ontl the full vlgored mind and body. It not only affects health, but efficiency and earning power. Both looks and efficiency are so very impoitant that for most all the people a difference of a few dollars in the cost of a plate is much leas important than the re. .suits from the plate. HORACE McCOY, Owner, spring shoes. W. J, Dieckman was in' Cloverport Union, Star, Ky. Friday. R. A. Smith was in Louisville Saturday 011 business. Mrs. A. R. Crawford left Saturday lor Akron, Ohio, to join her husband, who has a position there. For staple and fancy groceries call on Morgan Bros. Miss Eva May, of Cloverport, was here and at Rome, Iud., Wednesday, looking up her music class. Mr, and Mrs. H. A, Dutschke attended the funeral of his uncle, Paris Administrator's Notice. ltrccklnrldge Circuit Court. William Hendrick's Administrator, Etc.. Plaintiff. Vs Notice. "A Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, OHIco Bank of & Kentucky. Trust Co, Hardinsburg Trust Co. Kentucky. Hardinsburg, oir Bink et Hirdlniburg Ticc Ilendrick, Etc , Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of William Ilendrick, deceased, are notllled to present them duly proven, as required by law, to the undersigned at its place of business in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, cn or before April 1, 1910. The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Administrator of William Ilendrick, Deceased. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: f& Alwuy lotllcn hours, In ofllco UurlnK Inlogton, Ky. t ing him witn A coldness that tor an in- same." really qulto henrtbroken. X was anxious for you and Maud to stant affected tho millionaire uncomRobin hnltcd, amazed by tho man's meet under tho conditions that obtain- fortably. assurance. Ho retraced his steps to "Well," said Mr. Blithers nftcr a mo- tho roadside. ed Inst night," ho went on, with a reTHE , I nut-- . J gretful look at tho log they wcro pass- ment of hard thinking, "It may Inter"Will you pardon n slight feeling ot insurance uiiice est you to know that I married for curiosity on my part, Mr. Blithers, If I ing. "Nothing could havo been moro love." cr ripping." ask whether your daughter consents ) Clergyman and Banker Also Write Cloverport, Kentucky "It does Interest me," said Robin to tho nrrnngemcnt you propose. Docs "I hear from every ono that your sho opprovo of tho scheme?" daughter Is most attractive," said "I nm glad that you did." a. iiotciikiM. n:itor ncim. rroptictts. n. "I was a comparatively poor man Mr. Blithers was honest. "No, she town, III. : ItpmcmlKT initio wm eczema ot ftobln. "Sorry not to havo met her, fifteen when I married. The girl I married doesn't." ho said succinctly. "Al pletely years' itnmlinR. Now I nm comBlither." 4 Fire, Lightning;,Tor 5, Mr.un, youii mcci ner nil rigm, princo. was well oft In her own right. Sho least, not at present. I'll be honest 1 hnvo honied,n nfter of tattles of 1). D. I). een enso 25 years' ntnnillne had brains as wclli Wo worked to- with you. She stayed away from tho cured. I linve seen my own iloctor cured homo today. I bellovo of bnrher'g Itch, which ho could not euro i She's coming Is nadoaiid $ Mrs. Withers ball last night simply because sho himself, expecting you to din-- i gether to lay tho foundation for a well, for tho fortune wo now possess, n did not want to meet you. That's tho 1 I It. Tennr. Banker, Bopklnton, In. ! I ner tonight. Sho" Life, Accident,;HeaIth rented with three doctor for six months. fortune, I may add, that Is to go, ovcry They did mo.nu pood; mr fnco nnd cnlt "I'm sure there niUBt bo somo mis dollar of It, to my daughter. It rcpro-- kind of a girl sho Is." By were full of tho dlsenso. I applied I). I). I), ' "By Jove, I tako off my hat to ner!" llcnult my fnco Is ns smooth ns a bnhr'g. Insurance. take," began Robin, but was cut short. sents nearly $500,000,000. Tho Iter. I 1. Downing, 1'iutnr GtU At. cried Robin. "Sho's a brick, nfter nil. onoRon BARR "I was on my way to fled Hoof to est king In tho world today Is vor In Take It from me, Mr. Blithers, you ycnrs I Church, Itonnoke, Vn. : For threo nslc you nnd Count Qulddux to gtvo us suffered, Intensely so. I hnvo nt M'CUTCHUON My will not bo ablo to hand over twenty comparison to that vnst Inst found relief In I). I). 1). I nm nn this evening In connection with that daughter will ono day bo estate. J lonper tortured completely cured. I hnvo Old Reliable Companies tho richest millions without her consent. 1 beAuthor ol "firauslark," no hesltnney in acknowledging the great little affair wo are arranging. It Is woman In tho world." llovo that I should enjoy meeting her, virtues of this specific. j most Impcratlvo that It should Beverly o! firauslark," Etc. to- ; bo en"Why aro you inking IlnicKlMs nro plncl to recommend this night, as my attorney is coming up for lighten me as to your tho pains to fu now that I como to think of It. It eootlilmr, coollnjr liquid. 2.1c, COcnnd $1.00. daughter's COlnO tn IIS nnd vn Will tnll vnll mnrn nlmiitwould bo a pleasure to exchange contho conference." ture, Mr. Blithers?" thls reninrknhlo remedy. Your money haclc fidences with a girl of that sort. Shall Thero was a noto In his voice thai unless hottlo relieves Henry Trent "Becnuso I regard you as a sensible I Instruct your chauffeur to come for Soap keeps your Bkln healthy. you. I). I). I). II. W. Trent P.;t Davis Ask about It, Copj right. 1911, by Ootid. Mead and Robin did not like. It savored of arroyoung man, princo." you up hero, or will you walk back Company gance, "Thank you. And I supposo you re- to- "Wedding's Uiuj hliuc, Clovcrport, Ky "I daresay Count Qulnnox can attend gard your daughter as senslbl.o young "111 walk to Red Roor," said Mr. A to nil the details, Mr. IlHthcrs. 9 I have woman?" Blithers doggedly. "I'm going to aslc tho power of veto, of course, but I "Certainly!" exploded Mr Blithers. Mrs. King to let you off for tonight." randa, and you Know It perfectly CHAPTER VI. well, sq don't talk llko that. I think "VcIl, It seems to mo sho will be shall bo guided by tho counsel of my It would be a fearful mlntako for you The Prince and Mr. Blither. CHAPTER VII. ministers. You need havo no hesi- capable of taking caro of her fortune a to go to New York. Sho would novcr great deal moro successfully than you Livery, Feed and XV one who ItiiiiKlnes that Mr. tancy In dealing with" A Letter From Maud. Withers accepted Maud's defec"That's not tho point, princo. I am imagine, Mr. Blithers. Sho will doubtK. BLITHERS, triumphant, forglvo you and, what Is moro to tho marry an excellent chap who has tion as a Until disposition of the a business man as perhaps you less Sale Stable left Red Roof shortly after point, sho wouldn't hudgo a stop If cause he had set his heart upon know. I mako it a point never to deal tho capacity to Incrcaso her fortune, luncheon; Mr. Blithers, dis- you tried to bully her Into coming Is very much iiiNtukcu In his man. with any ono except tho head of a rather than to let It stand at a flguro mayed, arrived at Blither- - homo with you. You know It qulto Hardinsburg, : Ky. It was a nuisance getting rid of It, concern, If you'll pardon my way of that somo day may bo surpassed by wood a quarter of an hour later. Ho as well as I do." Maud's continued nl)3cnco was ex was nil, and he wanted Ii to be putting it. It isn't right to speak of the possession of a ambitious king." had had his way with Robin, who, that Thero was flno Irony In tho prlnco's after all, wan coming to dinner that plained to Prince Robin thnt evening, completely out of sight when he re- Growatock as a concern, but you'll turned from Rod Roof. If n vestige of understand, of course. Flguro of tone, but no trace of offenslveness. evening with Count Qulnnox. Tho not by tho volcanic Mr. Blithers, hut Nevertheless Mr. Blithers turned a prince, after a few words In prlvato by his practiced and adroit better tho ruins remained somo would hear speech." from him. That was understood. And "I can only assuro you, sir, that shade moro purplo than before and not with the count, changed his mind half, who had no, compunction In M. E. CHURCH, South ascribing It to the" nlarmlng condl from tho vlolcnco of exercise. Ho was when Maud came home on the 5:11 Graustark is in a position to indemand accepted Mr. Blithers' Invitation sho would not find him asleep, not by nify you against any possible chanco having somo difficulty In controlling with a liveliness that was mistaken tlon of a very dear friend In New , . 1. TT I . .. . or York ono of tho Van Valkens, you t uai manner vi loot was fnr a long Hhot. of loss. You will bo amply Eccured. uia i. uy that gentleman, SUNDAY SCHOOL, . . 11.1. fii i.i BUUll ill ,ru OUU," Half way to Red Roof ho espied R I tako it that you aro not coming to lino iviiun nuu tuuiu .!, i,nfi mn,1n very short work of i know. is so tender Hearted, so . . . "Jiauu man walking briskly along the road our asslstanco through any dcslro to 000,000? Ho managed to choko back subduing Mrs. King when sho tried HARDINSBURG, KY. ahead of him. To ho perfectly ar:u-rat- bo philanthropic, but as a business something that roso to his Hps and to toll him that her own dinner party loyal, so really sweet about her friends, that nothing In tho world Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. ho was walking in tho middle of proposition, puro and simple. At very politely remarked: would bo ruined if tho principal could havo Induced her to leave this "I nm suro you will llko her, prince. guest defaulted. tho road, and his back was toward least that Is how wo regard tho matIIo was gloating All visitors and strangers are cordifriend, don't you know." I do say It myself, sho Is as hand-som- over his victory up to Am I not right?" If tho swift moving, almost nolselosa ter. tho instant ho I dear am extremely sorry ally invited to attend. "I not to have "Perfectly," said Mr. Blithers. "1 as they grow." Packard. reached his own lodge gates. There j met your daughter," said Robin, very "So I havo been told." "Blow tho horn for tho dam' fool," haven't got sixteen millions to throw dismay sat patiently waiting for him M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, "You will sco her tonight." said Mr. Blithers to the chauffeur. A away. Still I don't see that that has In tho shape of a messenger from tho politely. "Oh, but sho will be hero In a day Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary "Really, Mr. Blithers, I cannot" pedestrian leaped anything to do with my request that moment later tho local telegraph ofllco In tho vlllago "I'll fix It with Mrs. King. Don't below. IIo had scOn Mr. Blithers ap- , or two, prince." nimbly aside and tho car shot past, you bo present nt tho conference to"Unfortunately, we aro leaving to tho dying wail of the siren dwindling night. To bo perfectly frank with you worry." proaching In tho distance, and with "Mny I be pardoned for observing an astuteness that argued well for morrow, Mrs. Blithers." away In tho whirr of the wheels. you, I don't llko working In tho dark. "Look where you'ro going!" shouted You havo tho power of veto, as you that Mrs. King, greatly ns I love her, his future success In life, calmly sat i "Tomorrow?" murmured Mrs. Bllth Is not Invested with tho power to down to wait instead of pedaling his ers, aghast. Mr. Blithers from tho tnnneau. as If Commercial Supplies govern my actions?" said Robin decrepit bicyclo up the long slopo to the walker had come near to runhaughtily. ning him down instead of tho other tho villa. way around. "Whoa! Stop 'er. Jack"And may I bo pardoned for sug- - He delivered a telegram and kindly For the Business Man "Ht; son!" ho called to tho driver. lie had gestmg mat it is your uuty to your vouchsafed tho Information that It ' This Office. recognized tho pedestrian. people to completely understand this waa frcmi New York. loan of mine beforo you agree to nc Tho car came to a stop with grindMr. Blithers experienced a queer Standard scries duplicate order ccpt It?" said Mr. Blithers, com- sinking of the heart as ho gazed at ing brakes, and at tho sanio timo the books with carbon paper 150 leaves pressing his lips. pedestrian halted a hundred yards tho envelope. Something warned him "Forgive me, Mr. Blithers, but It that If he opened It In tho presenco away. Price 25c Is not altogether Improbable that of "Back up," commanded Mr. Bliththe messenger he would say someReceipt books, large size, 100 leaves Graustark may sccuro tho money thing that a young boy ought not to ers in some haste, for tho princo price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves elsewhere." seemed to bo on tho point of deserthear. "It Is not only Improbable, but Iming the highway for the wood that Price 5c "It's from Maud," said tho obliging possible," said Mr. Blithers flatly. lined It. "Morning, princo!" ho boy, beaming good nature. It cost High-grad- e Promisory Notes, 50 "Impossible?" shouted, waving his hat vigorously. ihlm n nnnrtnr thnt hit nf rnntllltv leaves; price, per book "Absolutely," said the millionaire. for Mr. Blithers at once said some- "Want a lift?" so significantly that Robin would thing "No, I'll walk If you don't mind. 25 Cents that a messenger boy ought to have been a dolt not to grasp tho sit- hear and ordered Jackson to go Out for a hit of exercise, you know. uation. Nothing could havo been ahead. It was from Maud, and It said: Thank you just tho same." Deed Covers clearer than tho fact that Mr. Blith"Where aro you bound for?" asked ' Send your deeds to us to be covered I shall stay tn town a few days longer. ers believed It to ho In his power to It Is delightfully cool hero. Dear old Mr. Blithers. two covers with staples for block any effort Graustark might Miranda Is at tho Itltz with me, and we "I don't know. I ramble whero my make in other directions to sccuro tho are having a flno spree. Don't worry fancy leads me." 5 Cents about money. I find I have a staggering much needed money, "I guess I'll get out and stroll along balanco In tho bank. Tho cashier showed Deeds, 3 for 10c "Will you como to tho point, Mr. lme whero I had made a mistake In sub- with you. God knows I need moro exBiithers?" said tho young prince, traction of nn even ten thousand. I was Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages? ercise than I get. Is It agreeable?" stopping abruptly In tho middle of amazed to find what a big difference a Ho was on tho ground by this time. two for flguro makes. Havo made tho road and facing his companion. llttlo plans, hut will wrlto mother no defiWithout waiting for an answer, ho tonight. nite 5 Cents "What aro you trying to get at?" Please give my lovo to tho prince. Have directed Jackson to run on to Rtd Mr. Blithers was not long in get- you seen today's Town Truth? Or, worse, Pension Certificates, three for Roof and wait for him. ting to tho point. In tho first place, has ho seen It? Your loving daughter, "I shall bo charmed," said Robin, a MAUD. 10 Cents ho was hot and tired, and his shoes twlnklo In tho tall of his eye. "An A little later on, after ho had cooled were hurting; In tho second place, he eight or ten milo Jaunt will do you a 12 sheets of Tjpewnter Paper, linfelt that ho know precisely how to off to a qulto considerable extent, Mr. world of good, I'm sure. Shall we en, legal size, price handlo these money seeking scions of Blithers lighted a cigar and sat downthis llttlo road up tho mountain 5 Cents nobility. Ho planted himself square- in tho hall outsldo his wife's bedchamand then drop down to Red Roof? I She was having her beauty lv in front of tho nrlnco nnd Limmort iber don't hcllevo It can bo moro than llvo Printed Stationery including Statehis hands deep into his coat pockets. naP- - Not even ho Possessed tho or six miles." ments and Sale Books. ia nrrin,i to merity to break In upon that. IIo sat dnv mv finnt-hto- r "Capital," said Mr. Blithers with "I shall marry to please myself and tho man of my cholco I will hand and listened for tho first sound that Engraved cards, 50 with new plate enthusiasm. Ho happened to know no one else," said Robin. plate, script, price over to that man exactly twenty mil- would Indicate the appeasement of "Fortunately It Isn't necessary for me that It was a "short cut" to Red Root beauty, occasionally hitching his chair to sign anything, Mr. Blithers." and less than a milo as tho crow flics. say. Well, if I am to lend Groostork lion dollars," ho said slowly. Impres- a triflo nearer to tho door in tho agony $1.25 True, thero was something of an a good many millions of hard earned sively. of impatience. By tho tlmo Jackson go on." a cablegram today ad' Printing new cards from old plate, "Yes; "I received ascent ahead of them, but there was dollars I certainly don't relish tho 100 for "Tho solo object I havo In Ufo Is to returned from tho vlllago with word vising mo to return to Edelweiss at also a corresponding descent at tho idea that you may tako It Into your that a copy of Town Truth was not to once. We aro obliged to cut short a $1.00 other end. Besides, ho was confident head to upset tho whole transaction sco my girl happy and at tho samo be had until tho next day be was so ho could keep up with the long legmerely becauso you havo not had tho tlmo at tho top of tho heap. Sho is j closo to tho door that if any ono had vory charming visit with Mr. and Mail orders filled promptly. Mrs. King and to glvo up tho trip to ged youngster by tho paradoxical matter presented to you by mo In- worthy of any man's love. Sho Is as happened to stick a hatpin through tho Washington. Lieutenant Dank left i process of holding hack. Tho prince, stead of by your cabinet, competent good as gold. She" "Tho point Is this, then: You keyholo nt precisely tho right instant for Now York this afternoon to ex having suggested tho route, couldn't as its members may be. First hand i It would havo punctured his left ear change our reservations for tho first very well bo arbitrary in traversing information on any subject is my no- would llko to havo mo for a with appalling results. ship that wo can" it. Mr. Blithers regarded tho sugges- tion of simplicity." "What aro wo going to do about It?" Ky. "Yes." said Mr. Blithers. "What's this?" demanded Mr. Bllth, tion as an Invitation. "Tho integrity of tho cabinet is not ho demanded threo minutes after en- ers. abruptly withdrawing his atten Robin grinned. Ho was amused In They struck off Into tho narrow to bo questioned, Mr. Blithers. Its tering tho chamber. Ills wifo was woodland road, not precisely sido by members have novcr failed Graustark spito of himself. "You tako It for prostrate on tho luxurious couch from tion from Count Qulnnox, who was granted that I can bo bought?" In tho mlddlo of a sentence when tho side, hut somewhat after tho fashion In any" "I havo not mado any such state which sho had failed to nriso when ho interruption camo. They woro on tho of a horseback rider and his groom, beg your pardon, prince," said "I burst In upon her with tho telegram In point of going out to dinner. "What's or, moro strictly speaking, as a Mr. Blithers firmly, "but I certainly ment." "And how much will you hand over his hand. this?" knight and his vassal. Robin started suspect that they failed her when 1.M "Oh, tho foolish child!" sho moaned. "Tho princo says that ho is leaving off so briskly that .Mr. Blithers fell they contracted this debt to Russia. to tho man of her cholco when sho only know how adorablo ho Is tomorrow" marries him?" Inquired tho young "If sho JVC iJ'wVl fiv' behind a few paces and had to exert You will forglvo mo for Baying it, but t sho wouldn't bo acting In this perfectroya "Nonsense!" oxplodcd Mr. Blithers, himself considerably to keep from los- It was tho most aslnino bit of short- man. ly absurd manner. Every girl who was 'a 1'lcl'Vilt l" ' "You will bo her choice," said tho with no toward geniality. "Ho ing moro ground as they took tho sightedness I've ever heard of. My L'.iliii li.cecl. night is madly In lovo with doesn't effort It. Why why, wo mean f 1i.o, first steep rise. Tho road was full of ofllco boys could havo seen farther other without tho quiver of an eyelash. hero last I. a ttH"-- 6 "How can you bo suro of that? Has him. Why must Maud bo so obsti- haven't signed a single agreement" ruts and crofes ruts and littered with than your hoimrablo ministers. What He-C- i nate?" Kapler's "Fortunately It Isn't necessary for bowlders that had ambled down tho you need In Groostock Is a llttlo moro sho no mind of her own?" Mr. Blithers was very careful not to mo to sign anything, Mr. Blithers," ho Rare. "It li 11 hi "Vi .1 "It Isn't Incomprehensible that sho mountain sido In tho spring moving. good American blood. If you aro gomention his roadsldo cxperlenco with broko In Robin hastily. "Tho papers l.ftuA'utotocu'il to . ) ' To have his life, Mr. Blithers couldn't ing to cope with tho world you've got should fall In lovo with you, Is It?" 'ill ' 'liti t "It might bo possible, of course, pro- tho prince, nnd you may bo suro that aro to bo signed by tho minister of keep to a straight course. Ho went to taeklo tho Job with brains and not (in..,. u Mixt'.to ct niraim . al, Mntt' I. inai.'tpruulnl!1t-w-nirtl. ho said nothing about his proposition finance, and aftorward my slgnaturo ( from rut to rut and from rock to rock with that idiotic thing called faith. vided sho Is not already in lovo with t, i fcar Ml t.i.ii.t.r. w.Ih furintl lntiirin th to tho young man. IIo merely de- is attached In approval. Isn't that with tho fidelity of a magnetized There's no such thing these days as somo ono else." n?ISi!l,GJH ftlll J., :C !i.,0tnXro,i atom, holdout putting his foot whero charity among men, good will and all Mr. Blithers started. "Havo you clared, with a vast bitterness in his true, Count Qulnnox?" ho meant to put it and novcr by any that nonsense Now, you'vo got a heard any ono say that? But that's soul, that tho princo was coming to "I daresay Mr. Blithers understands chanco achieving ti steady stride. Ho splendid start In tho right direction, nonsense. Sho's not In lovo with any dinner. But what tho deuco was tho tho situation perfectly," said tho count. Administrator's Notice. Mr. Blithers looked blank. "Of courso would tako ono long, purposeful step prince. You'vo got American blood In ono, tako It from mo. And Just to uso? "Sho ought to bo soundly Bpoken I understand it," ho said bluntly. "Still and then a couple of short "feelors," your veins, and that means a good show you how fair I nm to her and to Breckinridge Circuit Court. progressing vory much as n man deal. Tako my advlco and Increase you I'll stake my head you fall In to," snld ho, breaking tho sentence I had it In mind to ask tho princo to Two States Bank. Etc.. Asslunee.' tramps over a nowly plowed Hold. " tho proportion. In a couplo of gener lovo with each other beforo you'vo with a hasty gulp. "Now, Lou, there's put his slgnaturo to a sort of prelimiPlaintiffs. just ono thing to do. I must go to Now nary document which would nt least At tho top of tho rlso Robin considVs. Notice. you'll havo something to brag been togethor a week." ations erately slackened his pace, and tho about. Beget sons that will think M. Crawford, Etc., Defendants. "It Is posslblo that I could fall In lork on tho midnight train and got assuro mo that ho would sign tho final chubby gentleman drow nlongsldo and act. Weed out tho thin blood lovo with her lnsldo of a week or oven her. That woman was all right ns a agreement when tho tlmo comes. All persons having claims against but 1",nEta lf 1 llko to Beo n That's only fair, isn't it?" 1 somewhat out of breath, but as cheer- and givo tho crown of Grasstlck But the estate of The Two States Bank ara don't intend to. Mr. t.uto1; , of mine traipsing around ful as a cricket. "Quito fair, Mr. Blithers. Tho princo required to present them d ulv nrnvrni something that Is thick nnd red. It Blithers, any moro than sho Intends to Now York with a schoolteacher. will sign such an artlclo tomorrow or to the undersigned on or before May I, "Going too fast for you, Mr. Withfall In lovo with mo. You say that will bo tho making of your" tho next day nt your ofllco in tho city. lOll). at its Dlnce or hnal "I suppose you are advising mo to 120,000,000 will go to tho man Bho mar- She" ers?" Inquired Itohln. "You forget that sho has retired on a Pray havo no uneasiness, sir. It shall dlnsburir, Ky. marry an American woman. Mr. Blith- ries, if ho 13 your cholco. Well, I don't "Not at all," said Mr. Blithers. "By competence. Sho is not in activo em- bo as you wish. By tho way, I under-- The Hank ot Hardlnsbure & TrusJjC gtvo a hang, sir, lf you mako It tho way, prince," ho went on, cunning- ers," said Robin dryly. company, special commissioner. ployment, Will. You forget that sho ia stood that your solicitor your lawyer,' I am not for salo, Mr. Blithly seizing tho young man's arm and Mr. Blithers directed n calculating ono of tho Van Vallfens." I should say waa to bo hero this thereby putting n check on his speed squint Into tho treetops. "I nm almply ers. Good morning." Robin turned "Thero you go, talking about good evening. It had occurred to mo that For That Cough. for tho tlnio bolng at least, "I want to looking ahead for my own protection, Into tho wood and was sauntering old families again. Why is It that eo ho might draw up tho statomcnt, lf away with his chin high in tho air explain my daughter's unfortunato ab- prince." said ho. "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Bal. "You may rest assured. Mr. Blithers, when Mr. Blithers called out to him blamed many of your flno old blue Mrs. JHlthers will forglvo us in our sence last night. Vou must havo stockings aro hunting jobs" sam" is the cough medicine that stands thought It very Btrango. Naturally It that I shall marry to please myself from behind: "Now, don't bo vulgar, Will," she in a class by itself. 25c at Wedding's "I shall expect you tonight, Just the was unavpldjiblo Tho, poor. glrll3 and.no onoolso,lsnld Robin, regard- eutjn. "Maud. Is aulto saXe wjthH Drug Store, Continued on page T y Editor Tells How, PRINCE OF D. D. D. Cared His Eczema L. CrTAUji f QRAU STARK if ; Windstorirv ' I I I - the-firs-t rtMmwiumHmvw Hardinsburg Livery M 1 ! ..... c, ' o ro ." Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, -J v ' i- 1 rig ' ' : i 1 '. 1 I C ' I 0. VERDICT OF DOCTORS ON NEW HERBAL i4S,$l3t.$tS(3( TStx Rill I TkPRINCFrtf fiWTARK Scientific : 4 'v ! ? SIDE LINES AND WOMENFOLK. - SKIN BALM D'nXXtA cures ikln disease In a way unknown before to modern ncicnce. Simply smooth it over the diseased places. Watch the marvelous action o( this great lierlial heater. JVKX.MA, made from nature'! herbs, has just been given by science (or the relief of the many disheartened sltin sufferers. D'F.XMA stops pain nnd itching instantly, It rescues body and limbs from the tortures of skin disease. It is nature's way. We are the only druggists In this town from whom D'EXMA, the great herbal balm :an be secured. Ask us today. Farming WATERMELON Troublesome ci-r- ANTHRACNOSE. , r ! i- As long ns the average firmer "keeps his garden on the gro- shelf" he cells everything wholesale nnd buys everything retail. Side Hues, such ns can- iilns, preserving, milking tipple K&7 'WMZM-- c Diseaso Preventable by Spraying With Bordeaux Mixture. Continued lrm p.iecft Wedding's Drug Siorc, i loverport, Ky basto" Ho couldn't get here," said Mr. on board a most distinguished group Blithers nnd no more. Ho was think of passengers, according to tho Pull-ing too intently of something more Im- man conductor, whose t;klllful connivportant. "What's turned up?" ing resulted In tho banishment of p. "Turned up, Mr. Dllthera?" few unimportant creatures who had "Yes In Qroostock. What's taking paid for chairs In tho observation you oft In such a hurry?" I coach, but who had to get out, wheth"Tho prlnco has been away for near er or no, when Mr. nilthers loudly ly six months," said tho count, as If said It was a nulsanco having everythat explained everything. thing on tho shady sldo of tho car "Was It necessary to cablo for him taken "on a hot day like this." He to como homo?" persisted tho finan- surreptitiously Informed tho conductor cier. that thero wan a prlnco In his party, "Graustark and Dawsbergen aro en- and that highly Impressed official at deavoring to form an alliance, Mr. onco Informed ten other passengers Blithers, and Prlnco Robin's presence that they had no business In a pri- at tho capltol Is very much to bo de- vnte car nnd would have to move. sired in connection with tho project." Tho prlnco announced that Lieuten "What kind of an alliance ?" ant Dank had secured comfortable The count looked bored. "An alli- cabins on a steamer sailing Saturday, ance prescribed for tho general Im- but ho did not feel at liberty to menprovement of tho two races, I should tion the namo of tho boat owing to His say, Mr. Blithers." He smiled. "It determination to avoid newspaper would In no way Impair tho credit of men, who no doubt would mora heaven Graustark, however. It Is what you and earth for an Interview, now that might really dcscrlbo as a family se ho had become n person of so much cret, If you will pardon my flippancy." Importanco In tho social world. InTho butler announced dinner. deed, his Identity was to be more "Walt for a couple of days, prince, completely obscured than at any tlmo and I'll send you down to New York slnco ho landed on American soil. He by special train," said Mr. Blithers. thanked Mr. Blithers for his offer to Tho prlnco resolutely declared he command the "royal suit" on the Juwould bo obliged to tako tho first piter, but declined, volunteering tho avallablo steamer. somewhat curt remark that It was his "vo snail go uown tomorrow ne earnest dcslro to keep ns far away .said, and even Mr. Blithers subsided. from royalty as posslblo on tho voy age over. A remark that Mr. Blithers He looked to his wlfo In desperation. couldn't qulto fathom, then or after In her She failed him for tho first time ward. life. Her eyes were absolutely Arriving , I tt'rcparcd by United States department of agriculture. Watermelon growers In vnrlous sec- s- tions of the country frequently suifer loss from a disease which blights the foliage nnd spots tho fruit. The leaves are covered with Irregular dark, dead spots nnd may die before the melons are ripe. The trouble develops on tlw fruit In the form of water soaked an1 later sunken spots of varying size, which come to have a pink cento made up of masses of the fungus spores. As tho disease progresses tut This Is nnthrncnose melons decay. and Is caused by a parnsltlc fungus related to those which produce the apple hitter rot and pod spot of bean. Tho fungus causing watermelon attacks cucumbers, cantaloupes and squashes, but probably not. butter, are prolltable where the farmer Is wNc enough to see that the women of his household get nil necessary help with their work. The price difference he'tweeu ham, lard and bacon and hog on the hoof show the nion- ey gnln for farm butchering nnd smoking. S at once! my horse is sick. Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write today for our Free Booklet. Address:- - ?' 'Si S fh ... .S. ti S S . S. PREVENT SPREAD OF WEEDS. Carried Everywhere by Increase Amazingly. rnrmers striving to keep their lauds practically clean need a law compelling each one to take cure of the most trouLegislation Is espeblesome weeds. cially needed to prevent the growing nnd spreading of all weeds, the seed of which Is readily carried everywhere by the wind. This applies particularly to wild carrot, devil's paint brush, etc. In some localities fields are practically nlmndoned to weeds. Pastures often produce many noxious plants mid fence rows abound with brush and weeds. If such weeds could be kept hi check when grown, only a moderate damage would be done, but If they nre not destroyed or mowed off Unwind often scatters their seed widely. In recent years In many sections weciU have Increased amazingly, and It Is now Impossible for nny farmer alone to mahilnlu a clean farm. Many good farmers do not try nny longer to keep weeds In check, because others pay no attention to the matter. A law exists lit some states nnd Is quite generally enforced, requiring nil noxious weeds along the highway to be cut twice annually. If such a law could be extended to the fields It would belli mutters materially, although a much more stringent law Is desired. Such a law would make It posslblo for careful farmers to raise clean seed. both for home use nnd for sale to other fanners. This In grass seed nlone would soon result In n great Improvement. Less weed seed would be sown, thereby decreasing the abundant crop. Seed Readily tho Wind Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED BOX M9, OWENSHORO. KENTUCKY. ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE at tho Grand Central ter minal, Prlnco Robin and the count EFFECT OF ANTIlllAC.NOSn. "I'll go down with you," ho said, and made off In a taxicab, smilingly de then gave his wlfo a look of defiance. clining to reveal their hotel destina ns n rule, uny other cultivated crop Tho, next morning brought Maud's tion. Warm and moist or rainy weather Is Iftttcrjto her mother. It said: "But whero am I to send my attor especially favorable to the spread and DgJJrest Mother I Inclose tho cutting ney with tho agreement you aro to development of stilthnicno.o, and for Train Town Truth. You may sco for yourreason It wns more prevalent than self what a slckcnlns thins it Is. Tho sign, prince?" asked Mr. Blithers, this wholo world Ttnows by this tlmo that the nlnlnlr Irrltntofl hv tlm vn.in- - tnnn's Usual lltSt season. '1110 losses wuru ball was a Joke a horrible Joke. Everyobstinacy In declining to be "dropped" particularly severe in some districts body knows that you aro trylns to hand are grown on n uukv j wnere melons me over to Prlnco Itobin neatly wrapped at his hotel by tho Blithers motor. scale for carload shipments, 'I shall come to your office at 11 to up In banknotes. And everybody knows The department of agriculture has that he is laughing at us, nnd he Isn't morrow morning, Mr. Blithers," said alono In his mirth cither. What must tho Ilobln, his hat In his hand. Ho had found that the diseaso can bo conTruxton Kings think of us? I can't bear trolled by spraying with bordeaux the thought of meeting that pretty, clever bowed very deeply to Mrs. Blithers. woman face to face. I know I should die "But that's not right," blustered the mixture and trials of this treatment The methods to bo of mortification, for, of course, she must financier. "A prince of royal blcod are recommended. believe that I am dying to marry anything ought to visit a money grab- employed are substantially those In use on earth that has a title nnd a pair of hadn't for potatoes, cucumbers and other truck legs. Somehow, I don't blamo you and ber's office. It's not" dad. You really love me, I know, nnd you "Noblesse oblige," said Itobin, with crops. The following points should lie want to give me tho best that the world his hand on his heart. "It has been a observed to Insure success: efforts. But why, oh why. can't you let pleasure to know you, Mrs. Use fresh homemade bordeaux mixBlithers. na choose for myself? I don't object to follow directions laving a title, but I do object to having n I trust wo may meet again. If you ture. In preparing It lusband that I don't want and who ever como to Graustark please exactly, as much depends on the way should Use n could not bv any chancp want ma consider that tho castle Is yours, as the Ingredients are combined. good spray pump, operated at a presYou think that I am In lovo with Channle you hospitable Americans would say." Bcovllle. Well, I'm not. I am very fond "We surely will," said Mrs. Blithers. sure of 100 pounds or more. Spray of him. that's all, nnd If It came to o Both tho prince and Count Qulnnox thoroughly. The time of application I would marry him In preference to debowed very profoundly and did not depends on the weather and the x uiti u prince on mo Kioue. iiway velopment of the crop. The disease Die of Elrls who were at the ball. smile. They told mo that tho prince is adorable. 'And It will bo ours," added Mr. usually appears when the fruit Is nearThey nro really qulto mad about him. and Watch carefully for tho ly grown. one of them had the nerve to ask what It Blithers, moro to himself than to his leaf spot and spray as soon ns any ap was going to cost dad to land him. Town wife as tho two tall figures moved off pears. In any case, make an applicaTruth says ho Is to cost ten millions! with tho throng. Then to his wife: Well, you may Just tell dad that I'll help "Now to find out what ship thoy'ro tion two weeks before maturity and a him to practice economy. lie nccdn t pay second a week later. a nickel for my husband when I get him. sailing on. I'll fix it so they'll have to Ingredients.-Copp- er sulphate, four So, dearest mother, I am going abroad to take tho Jupiter, whether they want pounds: quicklime, four pounds; water forget. Miranda Is going with me, and to or not." we sail next Saturday on the Jupiter, I Wouldn't It bo wisdom to find out to make fifty gallons. think. Wo haven't got our suit, but Mr. Prepare the copper sulphnt? by susBliss says he is Buro he can arrange It for what ship Maud is sailing on, Will? me. If wo can't get one on the Jupiter It seems to me that she Is the real pending It In a gunny sack Just below tho surface of several gallons of wawe'll take some other boat that Is Just as problem." Inconspicuous. You see. I want to go on you are!" said he Instantly. ter In n clean barrel. When the sul"Right a ship that Isn't likely to bo packed with peopje I know, for It is my Intention to I mus: bo gating dotty in my old age. phate Is dissolved, which requires three or four hours, remove the sack au'l incog, as they say In the books. travel Lou." I know dad will bo perfectly furious, but stir Into the barrel enough nddltlonul die, tne galm going or bit ofone or to tryotner. wow, water to make exactly twenty-fiv- e To be Continued good to stop me, It won't do a lons of tho copper solution. dearest. The best thin? for. you and dad to Prepnre the lime by slaking It slowly do Is to come down at once and say good by to me, but you are not to go to the La Grippe and Fever Cured. nnd thoroughly In a clean barrel, strain earner! Neverl Please, please come, for t enough additional water to I love you both and I do so want you to "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever and add gallons of make exactly twenty-fiv- e love me. Come tomorrow and kiss your horrid, horrid, disappointing, loathsome Tonic cured ray husband of LaGrlppe lime milk. Stir thoroughly. daughter and forglvo her too. Pour the two Ingredients together and Fever after other remedies failed." Mr. Blithers was equal to the occaInto nnother barrel or, better, directly LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. slon. Ho slapped his knee with re Into tho spray tank, If it will hold fifSold by Wedding's Drug Store. sounding force and uttered an ejacU' ty gnllons. It is highly Important to latlon that caused his wife to stare at stir tho mixture very thoroughly and him as If the very worst had happened. to strain both ingredients beforo they A Strict Dramatic Censor. clogging He was a chuckling lunatic Vienna once possessed the strictest are combined, ns otherwise "Immense!" he exclaimed. "Im dramatic censor ever known In tho of the spray nozzles might result. Use mensel" person of Franz Uocgclln. who held a copper or bronze wire strainer of "In heaven's name, what are you that post In tho Austrian capital at eighteen meshes to tho inch. Do not mixsaying. Will?" tho beginning of the last century. put copper sulphate or bordeaux "Great Scott, can't you see? Ho Hocgclln published a manual for the ture Into tin or iron vessels. Uso wood Koes abroad, she goes abroad. See? guldanco of cousors. "A pair of lovers or copper containers. Mix tho borSamo ship. See what I mean? Noth should never be allowed to appear on deaux as needed and npply at once. lng could be flnor. They" tho stage alone. They must always It is never so good nftcr it has settled. "But I do not want my child to go bo nccompauled by ti third person of ICvery one who uses bordeaux mixabroad," wailed tho unhappy mother. maturo years." Marriages out of one s ture frequently nnd In quantity will "I cannot bear" class were also strictly forbidden by find It convenient to keep concentrated "Stuff and nonsenso! Brace up! Hoegelln on tho stnge. nnd ho quotes stock solutions on band, ns these keep Grasp tho romance. Both of 'em sail an instanco of n play which ho re- Indefinitely If tho writer which evapolng under assumed names. They see fused to pass because tho author made rates is replacc-dBuild an elovated platform to hold each other on deck. Mutual attrac tho hero, Count vnldeuinr. marry n tion. Love at first sight. Both of 'em gurdeuer's duughter. "Such mlsulll- - tho barrels. .Suspend fifty pounds of Money no object. There you are. auces have unfortunately been known copper sulphnto to dissolve lit a fifty Leavo It to me." to occur in real life, but that Is no gallon barrel of water. Slake fifty "Maud Is not tho kind of girl to take reason why they should bo ullowed on pounds of llmo In nnother barrel. Add water to make fifty gallons of lime up with a stranger on board" tho stage," he Bald. milk. When bordeaux mixture is need"Don't glare at me like that! Lovo ed stir both stock barrels and take finds tho way, It doesn't matter what kind of a girl sho Is. But listen to me, Scalds, Galls, Scratches, Sores, from each as many gnllons as the formula calls for In pounds. Dilute Lou, we've got to be mighty careful the copper sulphate In one barrel and Hurts, Screw Worms. that Maud doesn't suspect that we're the llmo milk In another, each with putting up a Job on her. She'd balk at tho gang plank, and that would bo To make the best cure for such trou- half tho water, and let tho two run the end of It. She must not know that bles, buy a pint of linseed oil, if you together Into tho strainer of tho spray fa laon board. Now, hero's the idea," prefer a healing oil, or a pound of hog tank. on in strangely anhe talked flftoen aminutes, his en- lard or vaseline If you want a salve Preparedness. for and add a 50c bottle of Farrls Healing thusiasm mounting to such height Remedy. It simply can't be beat by Preparedness lit na Important for the that she was fairly lifted to the my-at- h any salve or liniment made. And see fanner as it is for tho soldier. The farmer who wastes his leisure time heaven he produced, and, for once In her life, ahe actually submitted what you set a full pint for not over nd who falls to utilize rainy days nd to hi bumptious argument without so CO cents. Farrls Healing Remedy is slack seasons to get his affairs in shape sold by us on the Money Back Plan. can never hope to catch up during; the much as a single protesting word. busy seasons. Thj 4fiwn train at 8:17 p. m. had For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. ! cer-:nln1 Sundcy Schools of Kentucky May 7, 1916 You owe it to yourself nnd your State to attend Sunday School or any on May 7th. If you lind there uny oo(l for your.-el-f, to do good for smother, become u permanent memopportunity ber. KENTUCKY SUNDAY Legislation directing the care of n man's farm and the crops he grows may bo difficult to enforce, but It Is no more so than some of the existing laws regarding fruit trees, etc. Such laws as can be rigidly enforced regarding weeds will eventually benefit all farmers, making their land more attractive, more productive and decidedly more prolltable. SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (j iir "Want Ads." do the Work LIME FOR LEGUMES. How Good Yields of Clover Have Been Secured In a New York County. "When County AKcnt I.ucy hegnn work in Dutchess county, X. V.. ho found the county almost destitute of leguminous crops." reads a recent rec ord In the tiles of the United States de partment of agriculture. "I!cd clover was the only one with which the farmers were familiar, and they had failed so frequently In attempting to grow It that there was much discouragement. Repeated trials with alfalfa had met with almost uniform failure. I'rotelu was purchased in the form of concen- TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly u.e this blank in renewing your Please oxninine the label on your paper. If your subscription i? due, the Editor will appreciate payment. sub-ciiptio- n. RENEWAL ORDER THE MtKCKEXKIDGE Enclo.-e- d NEWS, Ci.ovi:uroitT, Ky. , lind !$ which apply to my sub- trates. "The obvious need was home grown protein, and to secure it cheap lime and Information In regard to growing vari ous legumes were necessary. Ground limestone was being offered for sale In tho county as high ns ?S n ton, but very little was used nt that price. "The county agent discovered where llmo could be bought cheaply enough, hut the freight rates were mure than tho cost of the lime. After some nego. tlatlons an adjustment was secured from tho railroads so that finely pulverized limestone could be delivered to nenrly every station In the county nt $2.50 a ton or .less. "As a result, good yields of clover have been secured this year wherever lime has been used. The successful growth of clover and other legumes Is n matter of utmost Importance to the farmers of Dutchess county." Farm Club Movement In Arkansas. Arkansas has taken up the farm club movement iu serious earnest, says the Farm I'rogress. This Is one of the greatest movements iu America today and deserves to 'succeed. We have heard it said that the farmer Is being "clubbed to death." Don't you bellevo it. It Is a fact that tho vast majority of American farmers have been neither hurt nor helped by the club movement, for the very good reason that the clubs have never touched them or their work. They have stayed out when they might havo come In. Arkansas advocates of tho club Idea are hoping that 15.000 boys and girls will havo joined the clubs In that state by tho end of next year. Thero are clubs In plenty. It Is easy to organize it "com club" if you aro Interested In corn, or a "pig" or n "peanut club" If those meet your liking better. Thero aro "cotton clubs," too, iu great numbers, and for tho farm girls thero are "tomato clubs" nnd "bread clubs," "sewing clubs" and "poultry clubs." Give the boys an acre of corn ground and a pig and tho girls two sittings of good eggs and a tenth of an acre for tomatoes; Get Into touch with the people at the bead of the club work in your state, no matter In what state you live in. scription account. Najie Admikss TttY A WANT AD TODAY 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 Frevven's Daughter. A Special Section for Younger Readers and the Section on Fashions Supply Informative Reading Matter For "All-th- e News" Read "The News" COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE INVESTING MONEY. Chooto Between Speculative Safe Securities Rliki ana Milm arakTWaTtW TaTa VillM aTta t1. SALE! My farm of 140 acres on Hardinsburg and Clover-po- rt pike, 1J mile from Hardinsburg; well improved witb all the necessary For further particulars call or write, out-buildin- gs. SILAS MILLER Hardinsburg, :: Ky. R. K. D. No. 2 IRVINGTON Mrs. Pitts, of Louisville, visited Mr, and Mrs. Hoi Neafus last week. Mrs. I). G. liritc is visiting relativts at Maceo. Mrs. I). S. Richardson, of Uranden- burs, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sipes. Miss Viola Lewis and Leon Lewis, of Louisville, spent the week end with Misses ICdith Lewis and Eva Carrigun Ritssel Ashcraft visited Dana Lyddan at Park Place hist week. Mr. anil Mrs. Morton Penick and oa have been visiting relatives at this place. Miss Kliza Piggott, who is attending school at Lexington, spent the week end with tier parent, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Piggott. J. C. Payne was in Hardinsburg last week. Chris McChee, of Long Branch, and Mrs. Jenkins, of Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs. V. II. McGhee last week. Misses Mary Alexander and Guedry ISramlette spent I'riilay in Louisville as guesti. of Miss Mary K. Alexander. Miss Kathleen Hendry, of West Point, is vibiling Mr. and Mrs Newsom Gardner. G. O. Bailey has purchased quite a tract of timber horn Dan Powell. He will acquire a force of men to assist him in clearing. Irvington cili.eus are justly proud of their clean streets. Thanks to Councilman Gardner. Mrs. Jesse Mattlnglv. of McQuady, has been visiting her daughter, Miss Lucy Mattiugly. Mr. and Mis. J . B. Ilerndon had for their guests Saturday night Dr. McLean and Mrs. McLean, returned missionaries from Africa. Miss Nona Lyddauhas been the guest of Miss ICvelyn Waggoner. Irviugton citizens in Louisville last week: Mesdames Margaret Chamberlain, W. J. Piggott, Nannie Wathen, Fred Brite. John Miles, Nora Board, Misses Guedry Bramlette, Blanche, Hobhou, Elizabeth Hook, Mary Alex ander, Nell Smith, Paul Wilson, K. L. Lwinsam! N. B. Netherton. Miss Mattie Grace Howe, of Lewis-por- t, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Prof. II. R. Kirk, Misses Alta St. Clair, Elizabeth Baxter, Ora Hendricks and Angle Gibson have been appointed Breckinridge Circuit Court. Kentucky. Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. 1 Equity iJvn A. Stone, Plaintiff, Dora It, Miller, Ailmrx , Plf. Equity I No. No. Against Against Wilbur Stone, et. nl , Dft. J 3754. Wade Pile, ct. nl., Defendant J 3693. By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order of lly virtue of n Judgment and Order of Circuit Court, Circuit Court, Sale of Breckinridge Sale of Breckinridge Term thereof, rendered at February Term, Igl6, in the rendered ht February I9I6, in the nbove cause, for the sale of above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and nil costs the hereinafter described real estate, and herein, I shnll proceed to offer for sale at all costs herein. I shall proceed to offer for the courthouse door in Hardinsburg, to enln nt llm rntirt linn. ilnnr ill Hnrilinft the highest bidder, at public auction, on burg, to the highest bidder, at public miction, on Monday, the 24th day ol April, 1916, Monday, Ike 24th day ol April, 1916, at one o'clock i. m . or thereabout (be ing county court day), upon n credit six nt one o clock p 111 , or thereabout (be- nml twelve mounts, me lonowing tie ing county court day), upon n ciedit six nnd twelve months, the following de- tironertv. parts of tract of scribed p'ropcrtv. "Several tracts "One town lot in the town of Coustnn-tine- , land lying in Breckinridge county, Ky. Breckinridge county, Ky., nnd on the waters of North Pork and Kougl Creek anil beginning at the corner to N. known as the Mary J Hoskiiison prop T Mercer's line, nml containing 42.") erty, containing 19 acres, exempt one The foreacres more or less, nml being the same half of acre for schoolhotisc. land conveyed to George 1) Ulasscocic, going named laud was deeded to II C deceased, by the following parties and Stone by George Heyser and wife by deeds, all of said deeds being recorded ill deed dated December 26, 1S9I, nnd Breckinridge County Court Clerk's Of- recorded in deed book 5O, at page 292 County fice as follows: William Taylor to said thereof, in the Breckinridge One tract Geome D. Glasscock by deed dated Court Clerk's Office. Also: November and. I867. and recorded in of land lying in Breckinridge county, g deed book 27, page 19I and 192; Zach-aria- h Ky. , near the village ol (.onslnntine, the same conveyed to said parties of Green and wife to said Glasscock by deed dated July fth, 1S66, and the first part by L. S. Board and Ida recorded in deed book V, page 216, nml Board, his wife, containing 18 acres nnd Zach Green to said Glasscock by deed 16 poles. This laud was deeded to II. dated March the I2th, 1S92, and record- C. Stone by Horace Hicks and Hannah page 141; William Hicks, ills wile, by deed dated .Marcn ed in deed book J. Owen and Bell Green to said Glass- 21, lSoS.'and recorded ill deed book 50, cock by deed dated April 16, 1881, and page 293 thereof, in the County Court Also: A certain tract or recorded in deed book 35, page 525; "I'd Clerk's Office l'aiinie Coke to said G.nsscock by deed town lots, being nnd lying in the town county, dated November 5th, iSSl, and recorded of Coustantiue, Breckinridge Ky., known ns the Randolph patent in deed book 36, page 600; R A Glass cock to said Glasscock by deed dated This land was deeded to II. C Stone by October Jth, 1889, and recorded in deed John A. Prewitt and Lizzie K. Prewitt, book 41. page 2!v, Daniel Hicks and his wife, by deed dated the 3rd of Deothers to said Glasscock by deed dated cember, 189."!, and recorded in deed November it. 1SS2. and recorded in deed book ro, at page 295 thereof, in the book 60, page 161; A. B. Sheffer to said Breckinridge County Court uerk's Ul- Glasscock by deed dated April 14th, lice. Out of the above boundaries there 1904, and recorded in deed book 60, page has been conveyed by H C. Stone nnd 1112. There is a riirht of way reserved his wife, by deed of the 3I of March, and fully set forth in deed from George IQOS, to Robert 15. Given, by deed D. Glasscock nnd wife to J II.. Hart by recorded in deed book 59, nt page y:i deed dated March 1st, iSS'J, but not thereof, the following described prop "A certain house and lot, recorded at this dat.--, but referred to for erty, more particular description for said right being nnd lying in the town of Coustancounty, Kentucky, oi way, and being inherited by grantors, tiue, Breckinridge as widow, cliililren anil neirs oi ueorge and hounded ns follows: Beginning at n property was deed corner of Wilson nnd Randolph's corner. I). Glasscock. Said teet ed to Milton Miller and Prank Dellaveu running with said line Is. V. 27; by deed dated July 29th, 19I0, by Mary to Noah Hick's line, thence with his feet to the corner of the J Glasscock, executrix, and others by line S. W. deed recordeil in ileeu uook 00, page HosKius lot, thence with said line S. 15. j8?, thereof in the Breckinridge County 18; feet to a stone, thence n. so feet to a Court Clerk's Office, and said Frank De- - stone, thence S. 19 feet to a stone, thence Haven bv deed dated the 21st day of Oc W. ;o feet to a stone in straight line tober, 1910, conveyed to Milton Miller with Hoskins' comer, thence 70'.. feet interest in said to the Constantino and Hardinsburg his undivided one-haointly owned property by deed recorded road, thence witli said road 98J4 feet to deed book 61'. pane 2Q2 thereof, 111 the the beginning, this house and lot being part of the same conveyed by Joliu Breckinridge County Court Clerk's OfPrewitt and Uli.aheth, his wife, 011 the fice " approved surety 3rd day of December, 1895, to II C. The purchaser, with or securities, must execute bond, bear- - Stone and recorded in Clerk's Office at ing legal interest from the day ot sale Hardinsburg, 111 deed book .iU pagers The purchaser, with approved surety until paid, nnd having the force and ef Lien retained to or securities, must execute bond, bearfect of a Judgment money. ing legal interest front the day of sale secure payment 01 purcnase Bidders will lie prepared to comply until paid, and having the force nml effect of a judgment. Lien retained to promptly with these terms. money. secure payment of purchase l.ee W alls, (.ounuissioner to comply Bidders will be prepared promptly with these terms. I,ee Walls, Commissioner. t: to-w- it ue-int: lf 11 A famous cnpllnllst, writing to Ida M. Tnrbcll In the American Magazine, 1 says: "Thcro Is no innn In the world who enn honestly say thnt lie can Invest money nnd be certain of permanent largo returns. Tho big dividends come from speculative ventures, nnd nobody should innUc them unless lie Is willing nnd nblo to loso nil ho puts In. "I had n thousand dollars sent tnc who wnnts 20 per cent. I cannot place- tt so that 1 can bo sure slio will pcrmnnontly get n Per cent. It Is nil she hns In the world. I have no right to lose It, nnd I shall not do It I shall return the money. If she could afford to lose It, that would be another thing. "There Is only one safe way for people to Invest, nnd that Is to choose sound, conservative bonds or stocks, nnd that nfter consultation with trustworthy brokers or bankers. In the long run It will bo worth much more to them tlinn the uncertain largo dividend, but nobody believes inc. They nil think thnt If I would I could mnko n fortune for them. When I send this thousand dollars back the last thing this woman will do will be to thank inc." - Limestone "Nature's Own Soil Renewer" run-dow- KENTYLIZER GROUND Increase Your Crops With today from it woman Acts as a fertilizer, supplyinu the necessary plant food and is of greatest importance in unlocking the unavailable potash, phosphoric acid and nitrogen in the soil. It gives new life to n soils, and is espicially beneficial on acid soils. Easy to apply mixes freely with soil ABSOLUTELY KREE FROM DIRT. Price $1.00 Per Ton F. 0. B. Quarries, Brandenburg, Ky. Quotation on carload lots on request. Please remit by P. O. or press Money Order. Write for Samples and Folder Ex- t KENTUCKY LITHOGRAPH General Offices: Incorporated 7 1 0 West Main St. STONE CO. Louisville. Kv. PorlabrC Green-House- Hot-be- d sash and Silos DRY CLEANING AT HOME. I That Is Said to Do the Work Easily and Harmlessly. Make a stock solution of eight ounces strong ammonia, half mi ounco of chloroform and half an ounco of ether. Cork tightly and keep away from the face, says the Scientific American. Dissolve it bar of liniihthn soap In thieo gallons. of hot wnter, ndd . . . hair n tcnspoourul caeii or baking soda, salt and alum nnd three of the A Mixture ALFRED STRUCK CO. CYPRESS GREEN-HOUSE AND TANKS MATERIAL .... LUMBER & MILL WORK LOUISVltXEJIKY tnblc-spoonfu- ummonla-chloroform-cth- "Send for Catalogue. Live Local Agent Wanted.1 mixture. To clean oriental or other rugs to their original brightness mnkc n lather .scrub brush In it. slinking and dip out .superfluous water. Go over the rug with tills brush, and the hither No dries out almost Immediately. harm whatever Is done to the best 11 orl-cnt- FOR SALE DUROG JERSEY BOARS rug. To Kponge spots from clothing, even delicate silk and upholstery, dip 11 soft sponge in the lather, wring ns dry ns possible and sponge off the spot To wash sweaters, blankets or other flannels let the mixture become nearly cold, soak the garments In It half an hour or less, squeeze dry, rinse In clear water, squeeze dry again nnd hang up. The various Ingredients used not only remove grease nnd dirt, but set nml brighten colors. No Eye For Color. Apropos of the amusing comments on academic costume that so often reveal popular Ignorance of the symbolism of hoods and gowns Is the following story, told by n contributor to the Liverpool 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 of my best sows must be. sold at once. 2 May gilts bred to farrow in April and May $25 each. Yearling gilts all sold. GARFIELD j. F. StinueU left Friday for Maceo and Owensboro for an Indefinite visit to relatives. Mclvin Adams and Earnest I'oole have gone to Blair, Neb. Kdgar Compton, from Raymond, has been the guest of relatives here this week. Mis. Mamie Gregory attended the meeting of the Baptist W. M. u. at rvlncton Friday and reports a splendid meeting. Mrs. Jennie Adams and Mrs. IonuIe 'oolo were in Irvington Friday. Mrs. Betsy Compton, who has been ery sick, Is Improving. Farmers have been taking advantage f the pretty weather the past week nd have been very busy sowing oats and breaking corn ground U. D. Gregory was the guest of his lece, Mrs. H. 11. Moorman, of Elarncd, Thursday. 13d Glasscock, of Locust Hill, had a sale last Thursday, and contemplates moving with his family to Bowling Green to put his children in School. D. H. and V. W. Smith went to Hart- ford Monday where they will begin the pike work again. Robert Compton spent Sunday with Maurice and Halph Richardson. Miss Ella Dowell has returned after trip to Louisville. Dempsy Morris, who has been quite ill at the home of his son, James Mor ris, is somewhat improved. V. W. Smith sold to Will Priest Saturday a very fine norse for $110. Gilbert Lyon, of Custer, visited his sister, Mrs. Ova Gray, recently. Mrs. Blanche Dyer and baby spent part qf last week with her mother, Mrs. Abe Bruner. Mrs. 1311a Mattiugly and Mrs. Abe Dowell are numbered with the sick. Asia Norton and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs, Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. Kris LcGrand and wife were guests at Chas. Dowell's Sunday. Logan Butler, stock dealer from Custer, was here Saturday. Ben Clarkson, who has been receiving tobacco at Hardinsburg, passed through toivn en route to his home at Big Spring. Uev. N. O. Cundill filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Cundiff has been in very poor health for the pait two month. as teachers for the Irvington Graded School for the ensuing yeur. Mrs. Rhoda Dowell celebrated her SSth birthday March tJ"th. Quite a number of relatives and friends attended. Rev. Chas. Bruingtou, of Garfield, delivered a splendidly good sermon in the afternoon. Mrs. Dowell lias neen a devout Christian for "t years. Rev. R. K. Reeves and Mrs. Reeves were present. A large audience heard Dr. McLean, a returned missionary from Africa, at thj Baptist church Friday evening. To demonstrate the way the women dressed In that country, Mrs. McLean had Mis. K. B. McGIothlau to pose as her model, attiring her in an African costume without the use of buttons, pins, hooks and eyes. The choir sang "Imnianual" Milton Green accompanied with the violin, Edward Morrisou was at the organ. Jonas Lyons has sold his restaurant to Mrs. Nora Board. She will take possession the first of May. Mr. Lyons will move his family to the Wimp place. No. Post: A friend of mine, says he, is n curate In a local suburban parish. Some little time back he went up to Oxford to take his master of arts degree and the following Sunday appeared in the pulpit resplendent In Ills new master of arts hood. A few nights later he was dining In the house of a prominent parishioner nnd was amazed to hear UU hostess pleasantly remark: "Mr. X., that new hood of yours doesn't suit you ut all. I can't Imag ine why you. with your complexion, chose red of all colors In the world. A myrtle green or nn old gold would For earache, toothache, pains, burns, have .suited you much better and would scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' have been far more effective. You men Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for never know how to dress yourselves!" emergencies. When the Plague Raged. Sir Walter Besaut in one of his GLEN DEAN books says of the author of "Robinson Crusoe" and "Journal of tho Plague:" "De Foo was born In the year 1C01. Mesdames J. T. Jones, J. H. Wilson Ills father lived In Crlpplegate, where, and W, C. Moorman attended the ns we know, he had a shop. Tho Spring Conference at Irvington Fri- child, therefore, was four years of ago In the plague year. A child of four day. observes a great deal and may rememMiss Mabel Hoskins has accepted a ber a great deal. De Foe says: 'When position as milliner at Glasgow. any one bought n Joint of meat he Miss Martha Lou Powell has been would not take It out of the butcher's confined to her room on account of ill- hand, but took It off the hooks himness, but we arc gled to say Is Im- self. On the other hand, tho butcher would not touch tho money, but put It proving. Into a pot full of vinegar which ho Mrs. J. U. Hoskins and daughter, kept for the purpose.' This must sureMiss Maxine, visited Fordsville rely have been seen by the child and remembered. It happened In his facently. Mrs. J. R. Meador, of Cloverport, ther's shop before his eyes." spent last week the guest of her mothHenry VIII. and Puddings. er, Mrs. Florence Moorman. Bluff King Hal. otherwise Henry 13. Kskrldge visited her father, Mrs. VIII. of England, wits exceedingly fond Frank Wilkerson, last week. of puddings. At 0110 time he gave a o house In Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Fentress, who certain Mrs. Cornwnllls for herself nnd her heirs forever are spending the winter in Delaud, "In reward of flno puddings." In King Fla., are expected home April 16. Henry VIIl.'s private accounts occur again and again entries of his rewards Two Beautiful New Homes. to different housewives for bringing him puddings. A typical instance runs Mrs. Hannah Hardin's new home thus: "Item. The same day paid to and Mr. Thomas Flood's new home in the wife that lmtdo the king podlugs nt Holts bottom are progressing nicely. Hnmptou corte, vis. vlljd." This would They will be two beautiful homes and bo about 51.7(5, but Its value was much a credit to Holts bottom when finished. greater when the entry was made. Woman's Missionary Society met Wednesday with Mrs. Lot-li- e Richardson. .Mr. tnil Mrs. Ollio Lyon visited B. F. Ljon and family recently. The ci ildren of our place had quite a hit of fun delivering rags Saturday. They say they would like for the rag man to often. Though the day was very warm the men didtt't dare lake off their coats for fear of the chil dren and the rag pile. The Baptist co-ne 11 Aid-gnt- G. V" JP. HARDINSBURG, MAYSEY KY., Route No. 2. ' I "5 P Saddle and Harness Stallion 6 years old, weight, 1075 lbs. c BROWN CREST No. 3853 by Bay Squirrol 2nd No. 1352, by Richard Squirrel No. 898, by Black Squirrol No. 58, siro Chester Dare No. 10. His si dam, Nannie tjarrett No. 472, is the dam of Chester Dare No. 10. Brown Crest's dam, Figgot No. 3171, by Chester Chief No. 1129, by Chaster Dare No. 10. .$10 to insure a a living colt. Large Black Jack with white points, over 15 hands high, fine bones and muscle ami a quiet disposition and has proven to be a good breeder, made the last three seasons at the farm of Chesley D. ' Wilson, near Uig Spring. Has a record of 52 living colts in one season. The above stock will make the season at John Elder's new barn, near Hardinsburg. $10 to Insure a living colt. $9 if paid in 3O days. LOOOFOOUS H. a.HARDINSBURG, ROBERTS, KY. . FARE $522 MAILY BETWEEN CLEVELAND & 40 for the Blood A Thorniest Rote. Tho followers of Zoroaster havo a Mr. and Mrs. F. Lebovitz, theory that prior to tho existence of returned last week from a visit sin In tho world the roso was n thorn-les- s flower. In the cast It Is a tradiMr. to their children In Chicago. Lebovitz said It was the nicest visit he tion to this day that tho burning bnsb years. He was In which the angel of tho Lord aphad had In twenty-fiv- e to Moses was a rosebush. busy every minute of the time seeing peared, Had Delightful Visit. Lewis-por- t, The Great Ship "SEEANDBEL" The largnt and moat coatlj tteamcr en an y blind water ot tha wxrlJ. uona iw ibuu pawenffure, Bleeping aeeommoda- - "CITY OF ERIE" 3 Manlfient Steamer. "CJTY OF BUFFALO" Qfi M M U the sights of that great city. Expels scrofulous humors from the blood, which causes constipation, malaria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get It at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kendall and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kendall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyddan at their country home near Irvington. las everything." Louisville Living In Luxury. "Now that ahe Is rich. I suppose aho i Q CLEVELAND-Dsxil- y, Lmm Cleveland Arrive lluffela May lstto Nov. uJ 15th-BUFFAL- P b "Everything; even baa a trained lurse to help ber nurse a grouch." Courler-JournaL at central manoard llmal potaU. Railroad tick- all Connection .lllnff.UfMUI.MH Kali. eta reading between Cleveland and Uuixalo ara flood for traiuportabon on our'ateamcra. JLak roar ticket agent for tlcktu via C. at U. Lino. I Ueaullf ollif colored aectlonal ponle chart, (howlng both eiterior and Interior of Tbo Gnat I I Bhlp"8t:ANDUEE"aeatn receipt of flie eanu to cover poeta and tntillna. Xiao aak I I for oar pictorial and deacriptWo booklet free. I k'.rtM.lr.uJI.. fy 8 Lat eat it? S