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The Breckenridge news: April 19, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916041901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 19, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL DR. ' THAT'S FIT ...I.. TO PRINT.' 8 Pages -- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. . - No. 42 '" - 1 - J. I. PASSES AWAY At His Home Wednesday Morn ing After Being a Patient Suf- ferer For Many Years One of Most Prominent Citizens of the County. MANY ATTEND THE FUNERAL. Dr. J. T. Owen, seventy six years of age, anil one of the most prominent citizens and physicians of this city, died Wednesday morning of a complication of diseases. He had been In poor health for many years, and it is an eloquent testimony of the high spirit of the man that, in spite of an. aflliction which made every hour one of physical anguish, he was yet able to cloak his misery with keen wit and ready jest. The lesson of his life is one of patience and forbearance in the face of obstacles that would have crushed n less sturdy soul. He performed a valient service to this town and community, always ready to do what ht. could toward helping others, Dr. Owen. was born near Green river in Daviess county, August '20, IS4O, and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Owen, prominent citizens of that coun ty. In 1840 his parents moved to near Glen Dean. In 1809 they again moved to Hardlnsburg, and it was there Dr. Owen began his study of medicine; later attending medical college in Lou a isville. He was married to Miss Mar-ceil- burial ceremony. Mnnv beautiful floral offerings were given, the grave being b inked with flowers from friends and relatives of the deceased. He was burled in the Cloverport cemetery. were: Messrs. Frank The Payne, C. W. Moorman, R. T. Polk, L. H Perkins, W. H. Gibson and Hillary Hardin. Those carrying the floral offerings were: Messrs. George Mullen, Andrew Ashby, W C. Pate, C. G. Brabandt, Dr. B H. Parrish nnd J C Nolle. people who nttended T e out were: Dr. J. B Matthews and Mrs. Matthews, of Philadelphia; Jesse Owen, of Louisville; Wm. Owen and Mrs. Lucy Hunter, of Glen Dean; Mrs. Harry Stum, of Greenville; C. V. Robertson, Judge H. DsH.tven Moorman, Dr. J 12. Kincheloe and Mrs. Klncheloe, of Hard'nsburg. All the business houses in town were closed Friday from 2 until 1 p. m , In respect to the aged citizeu. n LIFE'S CLOSE FOR CLARENCESTERRETT Funeral Held Friday at Hawes-vill- e Masons Have Charge of Burial Many Friends and Relatives Attend Services. DEATH A Miss Selma Sippel Operated on Friday. Miss Selma Sippel, who has been sick lor several davs, was operated on Friday for appendicitis. Dr. Wilbur Stirman, of Owensboro, and Dr. McDonald performed the operation. Miss Sippel stood the operation remarkably well and Is improving slowly, ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Churches of Seven Counties Will Meet, No Alum Family Reunion. No Phosphate SHOCK TO MANY. Commencement Plans. The Senlors'of the Cloverport High School are making plans for their com mencemeut which will be held on the evening of May IS. The third week in May will practically all be spent in the exercises given by the graduation class. There will be four high school graduates. Old Timer's Day Brings Large Crowd. r The greatest event of the spring carnival held in Owensboro last week was the old time fiddlers' contest which toik piace on Thursday. J. J. Priest, of West View, and James Sanders, of this city, were in the contest. The Owensboro .Messenger said Mr. Sanders attracted more attention because Moormau a tewears before'en-terlnhe was the youngest and host looking college. of the contestants. He became a membtr of the old George T May, of Utica, won the Goshen Baptist church, and after movfust prize of $20. Following the fid ing to Cloverport jointd the Baptist dlers contest several young women church in this city, of which he was a "old time" partners, demHe belonged with their true and faithful member. onstrated the old tlma dances much to to the Oliver Branch Lodge of Falls of delight of the crowd. Rough, also a member of the Masonic the Miss Eunice Jennings, formerly of ritual. . order of this city. Mrs. Sally Moorman and Mrs. Joe this city, and Mrs. C. G Brabindt were Besides his widow he is survived by interested spectators at the contest. Harpole, of Louisville; Mrs. D." Dontwo children, Jesse Owen, of Louisville, aldson, of Bowling Grtcn; Mrs. W.J. and Mrs. J. E. Matthews, of PhiladelPiggott, of Irvington; Mr. W. II. Married in Tell City. phia; four sisters, Mrs. Lucv Hunter, Bowmer, Mr. J. C. Jarboe, Mrs. Harry of Glen Dean; Mrs. F. T. Heyser and Geo. 12. Shelman and Miss Martha Newsom and Mr. W. S. Ashby, of this Miss Pricllla Owen, of Deland, Fla.; Haynes were quietly married in Tell city, attended the funeral. Mrs. Harry Stum, of Greemllle; and City last Saturday. Mr. Shelman is a three brothers, Wrc. Owen, of Glen prosperous young farmer of Union Star Dean; Richard and J A. Owen, of Cal- and Miss Haynes is the charming Rev. Lewis to Ordain ifornia; besides a large circle of friends daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jabe Haynes, Deacons at Fordsville. whose memory of him will ever be one of the same place. The marriage was of pleasant association and close friend- a surprise to their filends. The Rev. Mr. J. T. Lewis and Mrs ship. Lewis, of Trenton, will leave April 28 to A large concourse of friends and relCritically III. he in an ordination service at Fordsville. atives attended the funeral which was E. M. Board and Henry Shrewsbury Messrs Olia Wilson, June Litsey aud conducted at the home Friday after noon by the Rev. Mr. A N. Couch. are critically ill at their homes near Prof. F. T. Schultzare to be ordained as deacons. Rev. Lewis will also preach The Masonic order had charge of the McQuady. the baccalaureate sermon for the Fords ville High School May 7. Mrs. Lewis will spend the mouth of May with her daughters, Mrs. II. E. Wilson, Glen Dean, aud Mrs. F. T. Schultz, Fordsville. The Drug Stores that Save You Money d Mr. Clarence Sterrett, formerly of Hawesville, died Tuesday, April II, at 'J o'clock p. m., at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, of an attack of appendicitis. He was the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Baird Sterrett, and was born S'l years ago at Skillman. He began the study of law in 1SSS, and was admitted to the bar in the same year. Later he began the publication of the Hancock Clarion, with the late John Maston as his partner. At the death of the latter he bought and became sole owner of the paper which he continued to publish until JDliJ, when he sold out to the present owners. In November, I9I5, he went to Pine Bluff, Ark., and remained' there until seized with an attack of appendicitis in the latter part of March. Ou April 1st, he underwent an operation, dying from the effects. Mr. Stenett was a member of the deMethodist church, a thirty-secongree member of the Masonic Lodge, aud Master of the Hawesville Lodge for three years. He leaves a wife, three sons, B.iird, Overby and Tom, and one daughter, Nancy; three brothers, John and W. T. Sterrett, of Hawesville; Frank Sterrett, of Charleston, Mo ; and two sisters, Mrr. Sallie Moorman, of Louisville, and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe, of this city. The funeral services were held at .he i Methodist church at Hawesville Friday afternoon by Rev. Howard, after which the Dody was laid to rest in the Hawesville cemetery according to the Masonic The Christian churches of the eighteenth district of Kentucky will hold a two days convention at Whltcsvllie, Ky., April 24 and '2, when a program, which will be of general interest, will be given. I)r M. G. Buckncr, pastor of the First Christian church of Owensboro, is president of the district which Includes the churches in Daviess, Ohio, McLean, Muhlenberg, Butler, Hancock and Breckenrldgc counties. Many prominent .speakers and State officers will bo heard on the program. Mrs. Rebecca Basham returned to Harned, Ky. , Saturday, after spending four months with her daughter, Mrs L. C. Simmons, in Louisville. Mrs Simmons accompanied her home, and on Saturday a small family re- To Meet at union was held at Sam Kennedy's. April 29. Mrs. Basham Is one ot the oldest residents of Ilrockeiiridge county. Irvington Saturday, Improvements at Stephensport. At Stephensport the following new buildings nru under way: C. A. Tiuius broke ground Saturday for a new storehouse 10x70 feet, one story, steel and plate glass front. R. A. Shellmau has the foundation ready for his new dniK store located on his home p! aces lot. It will be a one story frame 130x10 feet, steel and plate glass fiont. W. J. Schcpp has three cottages un der way. He will move the old Star Hotel building across the street 011 the site of his brick building which burned It will be fitted up for a storeroom. Mrs. William Gilbert's new postoffice is completed. The post- and office will be moved this week. W. J. Dieckman will build a new Following is Proto be Held on That Day gram and Sunday. SUBJECTS MANY DISCUSSED. Mrs. Amanda Jolly Dies at Home Near Irvington. 17. Irvington, April (Special.) years Amauda Jolly, eightv-fou- r old, widow ot Jefferson T Jolly, and mother of tha late Senator Robert Jolly, died lit her home on a farm near here at 10 o'clock Saturday morning of iufirmitics of age, after an illness of more than two years. She is survived by one son, Will Jolly, aud one daughter, Mits Blanch Jolly. The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at !l o'clock by Rev. T. J. Wude. Interment in Cedar Hill cemetery. Saturday Morning. 10:00. Devotional Services midget Svstem -- Rev. A. Airs X. Couch. 10:50. Rev. J. K. Meng. tt:oo. Open discussion 011 organized effort for missionary information, Our Mission Jourii.ils-I.- ed by Rev. Russell Walker. Afternoon Session. 1:30. Hoard Meeting. 2:30. One Win One Campaign- - Led by I. C. Woodward. Family Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. James Ricketts, of West Point, delightfully entertained Sunday with a family reunion and din ner. The reunion was to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Ricketts and her twin brother, J. C Crutcher, of Webster. They were "the recipients of a number of elegant gifts, and the day was one long to be remembered Fourteen guests were present. A Baptist Sunday School Associa-tio- u llreckenridge county; round table talk Led by J II. llerndoii. 3:00 of dwelling. Sunday Morning. W. H. Dutschke will begin tearing 9:30. Sunday School. down his mill next week. He wilt re 10:30. Itetter Sunday schools by using build it near the depot. better methods, Garded Sunday schools, The Bennett House is being painted and teachers training, etc. Led by State Worker. and a new fence built. Taylor Dowell is building a nice new Evening Session. home on his place near Garfield. 7:00. 11. V. 1. U. Work an Organ-uatioHugh Haycraft is building a new two story dwelling on his farm near 7:30. Sermon. McQuady. n. Narrow Escape. In Commission Again. Never Touched the Standard. The sudden rise in the price of gasoline has called for all sorts of investigation from Government bureaus and coun uiittees of Congress. The resolution in Hardinsburg Pharmacy Irvington Pharmacy I Everything that Is Needed to Brighten Your Home. Remember wo siivp you 20 per cent on all your purchases. Compare our prices 20c Moth nail-- , pound Muck Carbolic Acid, pint 10c Ammonia, plot.. 5c It iucn l'aste, can. ,15c 1 wu ito'icn Camphor Gum. pound 75c puunu...4jc Wood Alcohol, qt.25; Deuiuurcd Alcohol, it5u l'trstuii Insect Powder, lb .. toe Cleuneasy foup,3bars 10c 15o Chamois Hklns..l0c-)gnowberry tfoap. 4 burs . S5o Liquid Venepr. Itlc 5c II. S. Mhttil 1'olisli. ... llorax. 3 Hit..... DlamocU IJje, uWr 10c Wall l'upor Cleaner, 2 cans...!5c Colorlto Hut Dyo..18c . 1 SPRING CLEANING Surprise Party for Miller Ferry. Miller Ferry was given a surprise party Friday evening at his home on Main street. Mrs. Ferry arranged all the details and the honoree knew noti-inof the party, until on his return home from up town he found all the guests assembled. His complete surprise struck the lirst note in the evening's merriment that continued uninterruptedly until the guests took their leave. Besides the games other features giving pleasure were music by Miss Tula Uabbage. Delightful refreshments were served later in the evening. g O'Cedur 1'ollsli l'Je & 35c We are Agents for Grana'oid Floor Paint, quart 50c Kurfacite Peaslee-GaulbeJap-a-la- c Co's. Guaranteed Paint Adamant Floor Paint, quart 50c Fix-a- Renew-La- c A permanent pestroyer of bed bugs. Will drive the past out of every crack and crevice where they hide. 7.1c pint bottle, with brush for applying "REX" BED BUG KILLER Sells Bunch of Shoats. Andrew Gilbert, of Stephensport, Beard Bio. fourteen head of shoats at 9 cents u pound. sold Little Charlie Held had a narrow Engines Nos. 12 and 24, which went escape Saturday when a pile of him through the fire at the shops, are iu ber on which he was playing fell upon ssrvice again looking as good as new hl-But for the timely arrival of and had never passed through a fire. James Widchell the lad might have been seriously hurt. He received many scratches and bruises, but is now Two Old Citizens III. able to be out again. Col. Bate Washington, 84 years old, and Mr. John Cox, about the same age, well known and highly esteemed citi Special Easter Services. zens, are both confined to their homes Holy Week is being observed this seriously ill. Mr. Washington fell reweek at the Methodist church. Serv cently and was badly hurt and also has Ices are being held daily at 2:30 and bladder trouble. Mr. Cox has been p. m. Preaching by the pastor. 7:30 confined to his bed for several weeks Music under the direction of Miss Lula with heart trouble Their many fiiends Severs and choir. Special attention is wish them a speedy recovery. called to the afternoon service of Good Friday and to the early morning servK. E. A. to Have Banquet. ice on Easter Sunday morning at (1:110 o'clock. At 11 o'clock Sunday morning One of the features of the Kentucky new members will be received into the Educational Association, which meets church, and at 7:110 p. m. the choir will In Louisville this week, will be the give a special service ot Faster music. banquet for the students and graduates To all of these services the public Is of the Western Kentucky State Normal cordially iuvited. School. Preparations have been made Pastor and Official Board. to secure six hundred guests In the auditorium of the Seelbach Hotel To Celebrate Birthday. Friday evening, April 2i. A large representation of Brecken Thursday, April 20, marks the nine rldgc county teachers will attend. IS. A. Slack, fortieth birthday of Mrs. merly one of the most esteemed resi dents of El'zubethtown, and the day Rates to Louisville. will be celebrated at the home of her On account of the Kentucky Educa daughter, Mrs. Phil O'Brien, In Louis tional Association which is being held ville. Mrs. Slack has six children, Mrs. in Louisville, there are rates on thu L., Jns. Montgomery, of this city; Mrs. II. , it St. L. Railway, begluniug April R. W., James, John and Mid O'Brien, 18, aud return limit the 25th. The rate Slack. Elizabethtowli News. from Cloverport is $2.fi0 round trip. Dr. Ashlock May Run. H. Ashlock, of. Gleudale, prub-nbl- y will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress iu the Fourtli District. Dr. Ashlock is a former Progressive, but supported the Republican ticket in 1014 and 191. '1. His friends declare tnat ho cau uuite all elements of his party, if nominated. Ilu was a candidate for the nomination tor Sells Cattle. Auditor last year, but withdrew before Israel Holder bought of Kirt Ryan the primary. Louisville Herald. and Frank Sanders three head of nice butcher cattle of 1,125 pounds average, Cattle Bring Nearly $100 Apiece at 6 cents. He sold them to Gibson C. It. Hawed, near town, sold Bros. He also sold to J, R. Jenkins a twenty-on- o Wheat-le- y to Stono Patterson, Jersey cow for $65, and to C. C. a four year old Short Horn cow for cattle, averaging 1,100 pounds, at $50. He shipped a lot of cattle and hogs The bunch $8.00 per hundred. to the Louisville market last week. Mr. brought about $2,000. Eliza-bothtoHolder has been a buyer of stock on News. this market for 34 years. Dr. J ptiy.-.icin- pre-judg- the Senate fixing the blame upon the Standard Oil has been shelved, and an investigation will proceed without any trust to bear the blame. Eight Hens Lay 556 Eggs in Four Months. Georgetown, Ky. Mrs. Bryce M Goldsborough has eight Rhode Island Ked hens which have a record. In four months the hens have laid 55O eggs. One hundred and five of the eggs were set and hatched ninety-fou- r chickens; thirty eggs hatched twenty-si- x chickens and sixteen eggs hatched fifteen chickens. Sash JordonDead. Snsh Jordan, 45 yours old, died ut his homo nttr Webster April 8 of consumption. Ilo leaves 11 wife mid three children. Undergoes Operation. Mrs. Weaver Tatum, of this city, was taken to Owenstoro last week where sho underwent an operation on Friday, She is greatly improved and it Is thought will be able to return home some time this week. Alex Eskridge Critically "NEWS" III. Mr. Alex Eskridge, living on a farm Has Good Position in Iowa. near town, recently hurt his hand on a R.M.Cain, of Irvington, is at Dex log chain. The wound has been causter, Iowa. He has a good position on ing him much pain, and after consult found it to be blood u farm with E. M. Common. He gets ing his Mr. Eskridge is in a serious $30 a month with board nnd washing poivoniug, aud a horse and buggy to use on Sun- condition and his friends tear lie will uot recover. days. WANT ADS. ARE FOR SERVICE TO YOU Chance to Join Army. Fred A. Crabtreo a member of the Louisville rocrulting force, is at the Cloverport Hotel for the purpose of enlisting men for the United States army. Army recruits received will be sent to the Louisville office for exami nation and board and transportation will be paid by the recruiting station both wayg If recruit It rejected. Mr. Crabtree will be here until Saturday at 4 p. m. Familu Dr. savs-- . Come to Our Drug for Photo Supplies and Cameras and Kodaks. FILMS DEVELOPED FREE Store foryour Beautifiers and The Want Ads. brinjr tlio other nmti's oiler to you, and take your oiler to him. In cither of theso phases of usefulness to von thov oll'or l'r.Rin.iAit Skuvick not to bo obtained otherwise, and for which there- is no substitute. Ili'sides thuv suvo von n lot of o find the buyer or seller time. wlulo you jo ahead with your work. The Breckenridge News 1,650 Circulation 8,200 Readers MOVIEJERGER With LIFE OF SAVAGE KENTUCKY NEWS it! A a Capitalization Will of $40, TRULYSENSIBLE Unknown human skeleton was found under n 000,000, Film Rule in the World. Headquarters Ailments Almost brush pile on n road near Ceclllan Wed ncsday morning. There U no grave yard near the spot, and the Impression by prevails that the victim met with foul Drury s Breeding Stock Along Mexican Front. automobile coutet. Kit Pile, of Hurned, was here on busi- - j ues.s one day this week. Simon Herman Waggoner and Gold is the woril which has been Guy Hart and Matt Jarboe were in Smart attended church at Hardlns adopted along I'erishiug's Camp at the burg Sunday night. Kiont 111 Mexico, to describe coffee. Hardinsburg Friday. Prank Rhodes was in Glen Dean Fri A teaspoon full of coffee will buy more The marriage of Miss Lleulah Kaw land and Mr. lomo Jennings was than a gold coin, and the rich color of day. quietly solemnized at the home of the the coffee, enchanced by its scarcity, bride's parents on Wednesday after has fixed the nickname firmly for this Carelessness Results in Failure. noon at '.I o'clock. campaign. An olllcer at this camp That is why we say "Peed 11. A. FACTS Lewis Walker entertained a number recently, dealing out the day's coffee of his friends to a party Saturday even ration to a soldier, advised him to .Thomas' Hog Powder according to di save his colTeo grounds for second boil- rections." DO NOT PIJIJI) IT SLOPPY, ing. ing In case of temporary delay in the but mix it with just enough water to Local Evidence. arrival of new supply trains. The of make a crumbly mass. Then each hog Spring. Spring is looked upon by many as the ficer said he had used one set of gets a beneficial dose. See full direc Uvidence that can be verfied. grounds eleven times. Another olllcer tions on package Your money back if most delightful season of the year, but Pacts is what you want gold for a cup of ou are not satisfied. For sale at Wedthis cannot be said of the rheumatic, olfered one dollar in Opinion is not enough. me cold and damp weainer brings on well used collee grounds and his bid ding's Drug Store. Opinions differ. was refused. rheumatic pains which are anything Here's a Cloverport fact. A soldier Is said to have paid one Got Things Mixed. but pleasant. They can be relieved, You can test it. dollar apiece for ordinary American however, by applying Chamberlain's V X. Johnson, proprietor restaurant, The printers "devil" was making up cigarettes. Liniment. Obtainable everywhere. his first form The paper was late and Cloverport, says: "I had pains in the the boy got the galleys mixed. The small of my back anil was lame morn Insomnia. i :. r . .jj.ui. uie inc uuiiuctry jiuuiu otr a ings. I tired easily, felt languid and 11 m BIG SPRING. Dizzy spells and heaa- Indigestion nearly always disturbs pecuuious citueu had been dimmed in w as nervous The passages the sleep more or less, and is often the the form and the next handful of type aches also bothered me J. L Morris was iu Louisville last caue of lusomuia. i.at a light sup came off the galley describing a recent of the kidneys were too frequent, obligweek buying goods. per with little if any meat, and no fire It read like this: "The pall- ing me to get up at night. Doan's KidMrs. Will Ilewley and daughter, milk; also take one cf Chamberlain's bearers lowered the body into the grave ney Pills brought me great relief." Miss Lillye, spent several days last Tablets immediately after supper, and and it was consigned to the llames. Over three years later, Mr. Johnson week with her brother, Jim Coleman, see if you do not rest much better There were few if any regrets, for the said: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills near liraudenbtirg. Obtainable everywhere. old wreck had been an eye sore to the aud consider them an excellent meditown for j ears. Of course there was in- cine for kidney trouble " Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, of Price 5OC, nt all dealers. Don't dividual loss but that was fully covered spout Saturday night and Grovelaud, WEST POINT. by insurance " The widow thinks the simply ask for a kidney reined) get Sunday with her parents, Mr. and editor wrote the obituary that way be Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr Mrs. K. S. Dawcll. Mrs. Henry Cowley and her guests, cause the lamented partner of her joys Johnson has twice publicly recommend Mrs Jenkins is engaged in the milliCo , Props. , Buffalo, ISx. ed. nery business at Vine Grove this sea- Mesdames James llondurant and W. owed him five years' subscription. N. Y. I). Blnnd, of Urandenburc, and Miss son. Mrs. Will Miller and children, of Nannie Cowley, of Irvlnuton, attended Renewal. VANZANT. Vine Grove, are with her mother, the Missionary Hally at Stithton Tues Dear Mr. Itabbage: Please find enday. Mrs. Lilly Scott, for a visit. closed one dollar to apply on subscripMrs. A. T. Cooper and children, of The new mammoth engines recently tion to The llreckenridge News, which Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller will move Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. put Into service on the Illinois Central we nre always glad to to the country this week to his farm receive, as it keeps railroad, are attracting much attention us posted on all events of our old home M. Cooper, of this place. Several putioii were horu lust week No. Kil passed through Monday Miss Rena Wroe is visiting relatives and friends Yours respectfully, 15 H. trying to sell John Morris an automo- lore. and Bryan Hardy took several pictures iu Oweusboro. Pate, I.os Angeles, Cnl, bile. of it. Mrs. Crlssle Wroe and Miss Katie lire. Deacon wlil preach an Easter Mr. Ed Hardy, of Louisville, was a Cooper left April 10, for Howling Green sermon Sunday, April !i3. recent guest of his brother, F. M. EXPERT TELLS FASTS where they will enter school Miss Louisa Ritchie, who was re- Hardy. Milton Wrou left for Iowa a few cently operated on for a tumor at St. HEW days ago where he will work the coming Mr. Cyrus Gra do is In Louisville, Anthony's hospital at Louisville, Is year. lsitlng his daughter, Mrs. V. l rapidly recovering. EiERBAL SKIN WMk Mrs. Blanton, of this place, died on Miller. Mrs. J. V. Clarkson was in April 10. The Baptist Woman's Missionary last week. The mar ru!" rc. iu in i!.Ia t.iiturca thai Union met with Charles Shearer Thurslicit, bum and r'.mi vltl be utad to knuw lint The third quarterly muutlng for the A Spoonful Gives Results. Mrs. Houry Hunger t I'l l aiticle il at M miuc (anil f nure'l Dig .Spring charge will bu held at day afternoon. aril will soothe nii'l begin ai When your young chicks do not grow nad arranged a very Interesting pro- men ai upitinl lias In en given by science for Constantino April :.'!) and 30, rjlof i,( the many tli.licarUncil martyr. gram, and Mesdames John Hart and 1:h-Mr. It. ). C.'ianur, who it tlolnz tome spe- and thrive they need a tonic. II. A. Hev. K. 0 I'enlck will hold services lien T. I'erry had charge of the with the Ameiican Thomas' Poultry Pemedy is not only a music. cial workAllenionn ami whom Medicine you are at, oi at the Methodist church April ::o at The lesson for this month will be the to ailuri- 9 in carr oi that lirm, wriloil tonic but n specific for Ilowel Trouble, 7:30 o'clock. '1 cave a box of U'EXMA to Smart Get it missionary doctor. 513 Turner St., of this city, and Mr. Gapes, and other chick troubles. H. S, Clarkson was home for a short Mcli-rbfollowcomu to mc has The Altar Society met with Mrs. ing statement: ju'1t was troubled with the rash all today. We sell it 011 money back plan, with a stay last week. 1 liae tried seveta! Por sale at Wedding's Drug Store. Golman King Wednesday afternoon CAir my arms and hand remedies, but none sconed to Have any.ellrct from three until four o'clock. or benefit me. I tried we box ot 11 EXMA calve. Alter ariplyins daily ior a veck I am Save $1.50. Paper and Rags Valuable. Misses Mabel Haslett, of Virginia, I'lca.rd to say tliat my skin Is all cleared up and I heartily indorse and recommend this Make your Healing Remedy at home, and Ilallle Harnett, of Kosmondalo, The attention of the Department of eruptions Get a 3oe bottle of Harris' Healing Oil, were guests of Mrs. Charles Hall Ditto "Tvhy'sufTer from unsluhlly sores, or or the Commerce is called by the president of poison fire of Eczema, or running add it to a pint of linseed oil and you Thursday. rathes, whvu this wonderful new discovery a large paper manufacturing company, will at once stop all cuitcriuc and beiu to have a full pint of the best healing remMrs. Clarence Ditto was summoned Ileal at once? to the fact that there Is a serious shortWe are the only druggists In this town age of raw material for the manufactedy that money can buy, It cures old to Bartles on account of the serious D'EXMA, the (treat herbal balm, from whom sores, wounds, cuts and scratches. We lllneia of her aunt, Mrs. Dollle Stlth. can be secured. Ask us today. ure of paper, including rags and old sell it. Wedding's Drug Store, News. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky, papers. , He urges that the Depart Kllzabethtown of James McClellan day. Shelle Rushing, sixteen years old, was seriously hurt last week when he The theory that most of the ailments jumped from a freight train at Marlon, The P.inmount, Metro, Universal, of today are caused almost entirely by which was going at the rate of about General, Mutual and V. I. S. K, Mw white twenty-fivmilts an hour. lug Picture Companies liave combined those habits that distinguish the corporation man from his long ago brother, the and within a short wliile n Robert Thornsberry, of West Point, savage, is more widely discussed every with a capitalization of some 140,000,000 was badly hurt Thursday when a barrel in N'ew York City, day. will blossom forth fell from a scaffold striking him on the The savage, in many ways, was a more under the management of Henjamin II, hind. His entire right side Is para of sensible being than the man who made I) zed from the shock. Hamilton, one of the Ills birth war 011 him and then seized the American Tobacco Company, rcpre A ministers nnd members meeting of right. It has been said, by medical scntiug large financial interests, reach authorities, that nine out of ten cases of the Goshen Association will be held at in if possibly the Rockefellers. sickness can be traced to n disordered Pleasant View church on Saturday, Mary Pickford is the first to step into ailments nrc due, April 20. this new alignment. The other big star stomach, and that the excessive eating James Mobberly, the young son of Charles in a large measure, to is in the trust constellation and drinking ami to little healthful out Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mobe-erlyof Ow Chapin. The absorption of Mutual will door exercise ensboro, narrowly missed being crushed champion fun maker into the bring the Common sense should be used in our between two motortrucks Friday morn ?2! merge fold. mode of living. It was with this end in ing in the parade of the school chll Headouartcrs will be in N'ew York view that Joseph Von Trimbach, the dren. The lad was scratched a little si maintained with most of the local studios noted chemist and originator of so many and was taken to the Y. M. C. A buildhealth aids, gathered herbs, roots, barks ing where he was cared for. For That Cough. and (lowers from the most remote parts The boy preacher, Roy Gabbert son of the world and spent years of his life of Rev. Jf. P. Gabbert, of Fordsvllle, 5g "Penslar White Pine and Spruce and study before he delivered is the cough medicine that stands iu experimenting splendid sermon recently at in a class by itself. 25c at Wedding's arrived at the solution of the problem of the Baptist eh rch at Hartford. Mr. 8! relieving stomach troubles. lie named Gabbert In not yet eighteen years old. Urug Store his discovery Tanlac. Taulac has met Eilja Scott, '21 months old, a son of with instant favor wherever it has been Leo IIITES RUN. Scott, of near Glen Dale, was introduced It has created a romance in drowned last Friday morning in a pond the business world Hundreds of thoiis. home. The child was dead Mr. Gabbert, of Patesvlllo, was here amis of sufferers have realized the bene near his when his mother pulled him out of the on business Thursday. fits of this great reconstructive tonic. water which was less than two feet Tanlac is believed to act more favor H. Hlalr's dwelling and contents deep. evenably, because of the nature of its ingrewere destroyed by fire Thursday dients, on ailments of the stomach, liver ing. Mr.v J. 11. Smart is cn the sick list. and kidneys, and no catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes, which, when Mrs. Carroll, or Cloverport, is visit-lo- g neglected, are so often communicated to Mrs. Bessie Newton, of Harried, was Mr. and Mrs. Prank Oolze. the vital organs themselves, than any the guest of her sitter, Mrs. Guy Hart C. C. Ahl wa in Hardinsburg Fri- other known preparation. Tilt's ideal pjj aud family, a fev days last wetk. day on business. jjy reconstructive tonic, appetizer, invigorW. H. Henninger was iu town last Herman Waggoner delivered a bunch ant and builder of tissues has been laud Wednesday. of fat hogs to Heard Ilros. last week. ed by men and women in all walks of John Mattingly, who lias been con- 35 Several from here attended the sale life. It has proved a boon for .sufferers fined to his home for some time with a from those all too common ailments. at Warfield Ilendrlck's Saturday. Tanlac now is being especially intro. broken ankle, is able to bu out again. After a visit to relatives here, Mr. Phiue.iS ButIerof RoiT, was in town Mrs. Allen Elder left Wednesday luced iu Cloverport, Ky , at Wedding's and fur Logans port, Ind., to resume their Drug Store, where the Tanlac man ex Friday. plains its merits and the results which Robert Mattingly nnd Herman Riper duties at the l.ongclifT Asylum. may be expected from its use. were in Hurned Friday on busine.s' . Irvin He.ivin and family vere Iu Rev. Meng, of II udinsburg, was in Cloverport Monday. town Thursday in the interest of the Mr. and Mrs. Crin Sahli were guest Coffee Dear as Gold e , Ilnl-sa11 to be in New York City. Aborigines Are Common Now. play. S Arlington Dare Registery No. 3433. L ft ARLINGTON DARE is a bay stallion, star, hind ankles white; sire Highland Dare No. 1534, she by Arlington Denmark No. 26 and he by Mambry-n- o Denimrk. This horse is a strong individual and a bold going fellow with plenty of size and finish. JACK INDEPENDENCE m m ft McDANIELS. Pronounced by expert Judges at Breckinridge Fair for the past three years the best Jack in the county and won the blue tie over all competing. as These two animals will be found at my stable one mile east of Bewleyville, on the Louisville and Hardinsburg road and will be permitted to serve mares at: . ,.. A . ti aklumjiuin . ijakil .thu.uu ror coits tnat standi up anai sucKle. St INDEPENDENCE $10.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. VJ ?2j ? r I and family bun Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to merit I a continuance of same, jS? is ' ft ft ft am, very respectfully, Jj CHAS. H. DRURY, KBSiS SSCSa LiKSra Sffi :: Irvington, Ky.S fc t 4 nm - ism nvi kjiiH.hj v ' s .i tSmj lvl Public Sale! I will on I Thursday, April 20th At my residence near Irvington, Ky., sell to the highest and best bidder, all of my personal property consisting of Poster-Milbur- u Mules, Horses, Hogs, Sheep, Cattle, Corn and Farm Implements consisting of Wagon, Buggy, Plows, Harrows; also Organ, Piano, Household and Kitchen Furniture. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE D. W. HENRY, JOHN R. WIMP Auctioneer ment should make it known that the collecting and saving of rags and old papers would greatly better existing conditions for American manufactur ers. Something like 15,000 tons of different kinds of paper and board are every day In the United States, and a large part of this, after it has served Its purpose, could be used over again iu some class of paper. A little attention to the saving of rag and old papers will mean genuine relief to our paper industry and a diminishing drain upon our sources of supply and new materials. man-ufactur- ed mm Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky. Iu the matter of Joseph 13. Whelan, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. To the creditors of Joseph B. Whelan, of Irvington, in the County of Breckenridge and district aforesaid, bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the aist day of March, A. D.. 1010, the said Whelan was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law oHIce ot Claude Mercer in Hardinsburg, iveuiucKy, an me zoia uay ot April A. D., 1916, Hllza-tiethtow- n - Co.'.i-).in- y lib-l- i. - me saiu creditors may attend, prova their claims, appoint a trustee, exNo Secrets amine the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come about "Penslar White Pine and Spruce before said meeting. Petition filed March 14th, 1016. Balsam." The formula of this great J. A. DEAN, cough medicine is on every bottle. 35c . Referee in Bankruptcy, Drug Store. at Weddiug's Oirensboro, Ky., April 17th, 1016. at 1 p. m., at which time. i rrti 1 mi i r im 30E jjjcioi 3QI lCUOEZ3czrOCZ3 E 0 Hog is the CU or rtun an INCREASE IN SOIL FERTILITY CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED BY H 1 FEEDING THE HOGS OF DAVIESS COUNTY Our Liquid , T One barrel of fl IS 5 Stock Feed produces Pork liquid Slock Feed from a feeding value standpoint equals $1.07 worth of corn Write us for Partic- at 3c r a Pound ulars on tank car This picture was taken at the liquid feed station at the Glenmore Distilleries plant east of Owenshoro at 10 a. in., April 1. The wagons shown in the foreground were those that were waiting to he tilled' with distillers' liquid feed at the time: Many others had gone before them and the stream of feed wagons continued throughout the day 1,250 barrels of feed being sold during the day. This is about an average daily sale. lots Twelve Huge Feed Tanks of 130 bbls. Capacity each Supply Farmers of Western Kentucky on the L., H. & St. L. from Henderson to Louisville. Feed Hogs and Breckenridge County will Grow V Samples of Daviess County's Leading Industry Only in It's Infancy. There is too little of diversification in If in debt feed gs investment ttSe, profits big Farming interest in Breckinridgecounty returns are quick and sure. This picture shows a litter of healthy young pigs and sow, prize winners. The sow was nourished on Distillers' Liquid Stock Feed, bought at the Glenmore distilleries, Owenshoro, Ky. Feed Hogs! The present high grade of our Distillers' Liquid Feed will be maintained throughout our season. o .Write for prices now. jj Incorporated. Glenmore Distilleries Co. Owensboro, Kentucky. 00 nor THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. lUBBAGE. Editor and Publisher K. 19, 1916 E. A. MEETING ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL Louisville, Ky. EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Tickets on Sale APRIL 18, 19, 20, 1916 Return Limit April 25th Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Exirriine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. by ROUND TRIP FARES: From Cloverport Statement of the Ownership. Muatfement, Circulation, Etc., required the Act of ConRre of August 24. 1013. of Tiie Brcckenridge News, published weeklr t Cloverport, Kv.. for April 1, 1916. of Kentucky, Countv of l!recietiril!ce. Notary Public, In awl for the State anil countv aforesaid, liefer me, pmoiMllv ttptwnrt-r- i John . Habbaee, who, havitiK been duly sworn according to law, depoft and snvs that he is the Uditor and Owner of The Brcckenride News, and that the following is, to the bent of his ktinwledxe and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, re'iA, lgll. embodied in section Alt, Postal Laws and quired by the Act of Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: I. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing ed 4,I know we will want to bo absolutely fair. to the itor, and business manager are: Publisher, John D. Habbage, Cloverport, Kv ; s: Editor, lohn IX Babbage, Clnverport, Kv.: Managing Editor. John D Dabbage, railroads," and being fair to the railroads is what every fair minded Cloverport, Kv.; Uu.Mness Manager, John I). Habbage, Cloverport, Ky. country wants. 3, That the owners are: (Give nanus and addresses of Individuals, or, if man in the a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses cf stockholders owning machine seems to have things going their The Stanlcv-.Iamc- s I per cent, or more of the total amount of stock.) John D. Babbage, CloverBeckham back to Washington and give Wood wav. Thev ordered port, Ky. This is harmony with a big stick. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders son his walking papers. owning or holding I per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgagrs, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state ) None. Work is the foundation of all business, the fount of all pros John D. Babbage. perity. It has laid the foundation of every fortune in America. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31st day of March, I9I6. must be loved batore it bestows its blessings. V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. My commission expires January 13, I9IS. Sttr From Holt From Addison From Stephensport a From Hardinsburg - 2.50 2.35 2.30 2.25 2.20 1 I XX AV L & , vroCctman, A Am yi x- - - hid Aamsis -- liuitr n M U Vl) ilKii inn. 1 '0 JIV UOW $ E. M. WOMACK, A. G. P. A. Auut Kimre.-entntivc- THE "BOSS" KNOWS THAT THE MAN WHO IS PUTTING MONEY IN THE BANK IS NOT WASTING TIME SPENDING IT. HE MUST BE ON THE JOB, HE KNOWS THE VALUE OF HIS DOESN'T LOSEEITHER. HE KNOWS JOB AND HISTIME-H- E WANTS MONEY. TIME IS MONEY-- HE WHEN HE GETS IT HE PUTS IT IN THE BANK. IT IS SAFE THERE. IT HELPS TO HAVE A BANK BOOK. HAVE ONE. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. It HARDINSBURG, KY. Things arc looking mighty good on the farms of Breckenridgo TO WAR AND YOUR TOOTH BRUSH. county. The humble tooth brush will become u luxury if the European About the deadest thing in this county now is politics. mir continues another year. Unless pence is declared soon, fifty e cents or even one dollar npieco may become the price of the week in Cloverport. This is go selling for twenty or thirty-fivbru-- h that has been tooth cents. The brush towns of France have been dco!ated by the GerDairy and Stock Farm. In tho-- c town-- , are man army. They are in the valley of the Oi-The McQundy Dairy Farm is feeding the factories for sorting and bleuchim; the bristles, piercing the bone, 100 head of hoes, '2s head of cattle, and It handle- - and preparing them for the peasants to fill with have IS head of mares and colts. They too, that the peasants, who. fasten the is in the valley of the Oi-are milking nine cows and shipping 25 live. All through that valbristles in our hand made tooth gallons of cream every week. They ley the red tiled tone cottages of the pedants sheltered jrirls and expect to double this output in a short time. They sold recently 22 head of old women who made tooth brushes during every spare minute of the hogs 8 months old, l"f pounds average, prices paid for the work when day. Twelve cents a dozen was the at 10 cents. The company is farming the toothbrush business in France. the American importers went into Is a nice, black Jack, with and dairying along scientific lines and The price of good bristles has doubled and trebled since the He is doing a prospetous business. They large bone and ears. 220 acres under cultivation. European war broke out. All tooth brush bristles come from Russia and stylish. have quick, smooth and China. Every hog that is slaughtered fot food is carefully shorn Sired by J. Fowler's Spanish A Mild Protest. of it- - bristles. The bristles are seven or eight inches long, and very Jack, dam by old Hen Drury's "Breddern and sisters," said Parson Inferior bristles ued in Japanese brushes come thick at the ba-Jack. Absolom Jonsing, as he surveyed the from China where the winters are not so cold and the bristles do not scant covering of the hottcm of the Caro taken to prevent accigrow so stiff. responsible controbutlon basket with no show of but not Since lighting began in Europe the Russian people have been too dents, "Ah wouidn' say a enthusiasum should any occur. is no time to save the bristles from poor to eat meat. And there wuhd to 'sinuate that anyone of yoh Will give to the owner of the was stingy, but Ah has got to admit bogs killed to feed the soldiers. Good bristles cost ten dollars a thacyoh all is mighty thrifty, tryin' to best colt $S or season. pound now, and they will go still higher. Youth's Companion. of a get PEDAGO will make the cent to for about one a mile. season of 191G at GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL. Hogs Show Big Gain. ".lust as the twig is hent the tree's inclined," wrote Poe many Franklin, Ky. John Hatter, a BROWN'S Simpson county farmer, purchased six years ago and the adage still holds true. All parents want their MILLARD children to grow up to bo good men and women and the' realize that shoats which averaged SO pounds each MYSTIC, KENTUCKY and began feeding them on balanced a regular attendance at Sunday school during the time that their rations consisting of corn, wheat midthe influence of others, will tend to upyoung lives are susceptible to dlings and tankage. At the expirahonorable living in later years. right and tion of sixty days, the time limit for May 7 has been designated by the Kentucky Sunday School Asthe experiment, the hoys were placed School Day and will be observed by all sociation us on the scales and weighed 1,045 pounds, a net gain of 5O6 pounds. The dcnomiimtions, and churches all over the State which are making actflal cost of the feed was $21.55. Democratic Times preparations for it. In State of Colorado. FUNERALS BY AEROPLANE A committee, consisting of Mrs L. Reid and Conrad Sippel, have been appointed in this city to secure as many in the Sunday schools on MAY BE ATTEMPTED SOON Tho motto for the State of Kentucky is: "One Dear Mr. Dabbaire: How are times that day aspos-iblMillion in the Sunday Schools.'' The million mark was reached last now in old Kentucky? They are here in Colorado and you know Biplanes to Tako Place of Hearses if year and will be reached again or extended this year. Hut we people nere Plans of Undertaker Materialize. ivhat that means. Clovcrport's aim is to have one thousand in tho Sunday school ;ire like what I heard Mr. Ludwell that day and could easily be obtained if tho day is ' talked up" and a Adkisson say at a log rolling at Tom Funcrnls lu tho air aro to be the next little interest shown by more Sunday sebool workers, "in working it asham's once. lie said, "lie always Innovation to which tho ncroplauo is to smoke up." This work should not bo left to one person, as it is a general beiran to eniov his eating." by the istime bo turned. To bo lu stylo one must the rnuko arrangements to have the mortal That he was half done movement designed to help everybody and in which everybody can We have been remains carried on n swift and somber Yay we are exactly. help. nlovint? our DrosDeritv that we are go hued biplane to the final resting place, hand-tome e. & Uiro Ponninrr IIIIU I r Ul.'Ulllgf and PaintI UilU Suhhor Qnnfinnr I III II IIUUUUI !. ft yy jS! HHHslHsBHMHHHHIBHHslsHslHsSHsVHMHBHHslsHB HUUIIIIgl Sft ;g w. 2 .bought before the advance. If you want to save money, write us tor prices. Your J ijji 2 bri-tle- s. Inquiries ivill have Prompt Attention e, bru-he- s, -- Pedago M FORDSVILLE PLANING j! Jfa Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. JAKE WILSON, Manager TRY A WANT AD TODAY We are Packing e. Coupons That Are Worth Money To You Sacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit-sharioffer to our consumers. See coupons tor a list of Premiums or the ask your grocer about it. in each 24 and 48-l- b. ng 4 LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. e. Dem-ocrat- ic For Sale! 1 Pair 1 Mules aged Mule 2 horses CHEAPER GASOLINE. have made The providing high prices of the from dry natural adoption of :t plan for tho extraction of gas, known as the "casing head" process, which has been known for some time, but which hithertoo has been too expensive to operate profitably. Tho Columbia Gas and Electric Company has announced in its annual report plans for the construction of live plants to carry out this process, thrco of which are already under way. In tho now process tho ordinary dry natural gas is liquefied un der pressure to permit the extraction of tho gasoline and then turned to its regular uses, littlo eU'ecto'l in either quantity or quality, ac cording to tho statements of thoso who know tho process. Tho re sult, it is said, is an exceptionally volatile grado i gasolino which is particularly vtiluablo.for automobile fuel. Tho yield usually runs ubout five gallons to every 1,00 cubic feet of gas. ga-oli- pos-ib- lo ga-oli- no ing to have after March !, IOI7, ever ince this Democratic administration as hei'n half done. So iilease find one .The dollar for which please HreckenridcreNows for one year. 1 want to read the good news In your Yours truly, paper next November. Pete Kobhins, Kocky Ford, Cal. Churches Gain 653,000 in 1915 Tho churches of tho United States did not, after nil, gain so many now members during tho year 1015, us during tho year previous. In 11)14 they gained In 1915 they gained only 053. Tho ligures are compiled from tho best available sources by tho Federal Council of Churches Tho Democratic Stato Central Committeo met in Louisville last in America. Elizabethtown Nows week and named Lexington as thn pluco und "Wednesday, May 24, Planting Corn. time for holding tho Democratic Stuto Convention to select delegates to tho National Convention. County Mass Conventions will bo hold Robert French is planting 100 acres Saturday May 20. of corn on his farm near Amnions. t 782,-000. President Wilson wrote tho majority leader of the House of 40 Henry DuUchko has already planted acres and tho first nerial cortege will probably bo seen In New York within a comparatively short time. So announced the head of a funeral company, at a dinner of tho Aeronautical Society of America tho other evening, lie added that ho Intended to be tho first to cater to the coming demand, nnd ills new establishment is to be fitted with 11 landing stage for air craft on the roof and nil convenience for mourners who wish to make the trip. "They laughed when wo first, talked of motor funerals to supersede the old hearses," ho said, "and they may laugh at this. Hut It's coming, nnd I'm going to bo the first In tho new line." A. Leo Stevens, tho dirigible nvlator. Is working on tho plan, and arrange' meats are being mndo with an construction company for the services of several weight carrying machines until tho company can furnish a flotilla of 1U own. Frederick W. Barker, president of the society. Indorsed the plan by remarking that 'It was another of the revolutionary plant for utilizing the aeroplane that, while startling .hould be perfectly . aero-plano 20 Jersey heifers, fresh 4 to freshen soon This stock must go at once write us your wants We want 200 Stock Hogs at Once, 50 to 100 lbs. BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. Seed Corn from best Kar Corn we could find in Indiana last year. Also Johnson Couutv White and Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at $2 per bushel; five bushels at $1. 75 per bushel. Also several fine Poland China Boars and Boar Pigs and one registered Gilt and tour nice Pigs. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Farmers Interest! Hardinsburg, Ky."4 mm nm m ifi tuiNe." -i Ft.'.-- . .. For "AU the News" Read "The News" tfhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, APR. - Cloverport, Ky., 19, 1910 Dkar Madam: lij As you are well aware this is the time of year that you have lots of sewing to do; your sewing machine will not work perfectly without the proper needle. We can furnish you the right needle in assorted sizes, no matter what make of machine you have, at 20c a doz. He sure to give model or number of machine when ordering by mail. We have for sale this week: 1 White Sewing Machine $10.00 New Faultless (drop head) 15.00 Both slightly used but in perfect condition. Remember we Htiy, Sell, Repair and Refinish old Furniture, no matter what condition it is in. We regrind Lawn Mowers. 1 Entered at tlio Post Oflllco nt Cloverport, as second clans matter. EBStor 2 fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE I Millinery Display large assortment of & New Models just re- - rr5 ex. ceived. See window m for Special Faster Dis- - f g5 A jj3MS2W NEW YORK AND CHICAGO CUES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCOMEtYTS GENERAL OFFICES Next Sunday is Easter Sunday Shoes are the favorite footwear in every country of the world, this season as heretofore they cannot be equaled. We have added so many New Stvles and Leathers to our stock that you are sure to find here just what you are looking for. Walk-Ove- r r f 2, BO For Precinct and city Offices $5.00 For County Offices.. f 1ft. 00 For Stnte nnd District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 EVir Pnrds. ner line Publications in tlie inter-es- t For All o( individuals or expression 10 nf Individual views cer line 421 mm Penick's Cabinet and Repair Shop Cloverport, Ky. Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. 19, 1915. Oil.'i ..lOiltl 12:10 . 4::.2 Effective September No. 112 Mrs. Garfield Burden is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr.". Shrewsbury, nt McQuitdy. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hrab.iurtt were in Owen'boro last week to attend the Spring C.u nival. Miss Leonora .McGavock relumed Fridav from Beeville, Texas, where she EAST HOUND will leave Cloverport ArrlvlriK Irvlngtmi Arriving lyiulivllW" No. Ul will leave Clovrrport . A. M, A. M I'. M 1'. M 1 Miss Evelyn 1 Hicks7 IL ClorPrt, Ky. Mr.-s-. I Ky. t M i Arriving Ir.lnston Ai riving Louisville No. HO will leave Cloveruort. Arriving ItvlnRton WEST HOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenslxiro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louli No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesvlllo Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leavo Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 r :4it 7:10 1'. M 5:07 A. M 5:51 A. M 10 Kl r. M A, 12:04 1', 1 ...14:58 I' -- :ZI V. M, 7;40 1 .. 7:09 P. M ... 7:30 I'. M .... 8:18 1 M ,.11-511'.- ... ... lit? A.M. M ... 2:15 A. ... 7:40 A. M .. 0:30 A. M ...12:5S A. M ...7:48A.M 9:00 A. M l PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About People who Live in Cloverport, Those who Travel and Those who "ytive in Other Towns and Cities. ' Church and Society Notes cluded. In- L. McGavock was in Louisville last Thursday. B. Y. P. U. services Sunday evening will be led by group 4. Claud- - Mercer, of Hardinsburg, was here Saturday- Mrs J. B. Kacdall has returned from a visit to Louisville. William Kasey. of Bewleyville, went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Edmondson re- turned Sunday from Louisville. Mrs. Harry Williams returned Wed nesday from a visit in Louisville. ' Tula Babbage was hostess to S the Girls CluD saturuay nuernoon. Rev. H. S. English filled his regular appointment at Bewleyville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carnegie, of V-lHss were in Louisville l3St week. Mrs. Ed McAfee, of Irvington, was the guest yesterday of relatives here. C. G. Brabandt, photographer, will be in Hardinsburg Saturday, April 22. John Burn and Harry Williams, who are working in Louisville, spent Sunday here. L. II. Jolly has changed his post office from Dallas, Tex., to Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. E. J. Bandy went to Garfield Monday to visit her niece, Miss Nannie Board. Miss Lorena Mitchell, of Rome, Ind., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell. Miss Nell Gregory, of Louisville, spent a few days here last week with spent the winter. Mrs. Walter Graham, of Louisville was here several days last week the guest of relatives. W.J. Davison, of Terre Haute, Ind., is visiting his old home and friends at the Falls of Rough. Chas. Sawyer, of Columbus, Ohio, is the guest of his brothers, Joe Sawyer and T. F. Sawyer. Miss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Fraize.nnd Mr. Fraize. Barney Squires and daughter, Miss Kathaleen, left Tuesday tor Louisville to spend .several days. Miss Fannie Folk and Miss Venla Polk, of Tobinsport, Ind., were in this city Tuesday shopping. V. Alexander Babbage, of Glenview, Ky., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Mrs. T. S. NichoUs ard daughter, Miss Louise Nicholas, were in Louisville last week shopping. Miss Kathaleen Christ and Miss Maud Berry will conduct the Epworth League services Sunday evening. Harry Newsom spent the week end with his family here, returning to Louisville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. B. Pierce came home Thursday to make garden and get things in shape for living this summer. Mrs. David Mattingly, of Tell City, was here Wednesday the guest of her mother, Mrs. Eliza Mattingly. Mrs. Tige Adkins, of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. John Adkins, of Pates-villwere guests Sunday of Mrs. Jas. Tierney. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Duvall, Mrs. Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss Aliene Hook, of Hardinsburg, motored here Thursday. Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman spent Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, Glen Dean. James Snyder came in from the West last week to visit his old home and friends. He is looking fine at the age of 80 years. Mrs. Hugh Wood and daughters, Ruby and Betty, ure the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kitchen, of Hopkinsville. C. L. Warren, of Chenault, went to Louisville Saturday on business. Mr. Warren has been in bad health all winter but is now improving. e, Clyde Sunders, .Miss Vevah Winehell and Mrs. Wluchell. of Tobinsport, were here Friday Hi attend tiie funeral of Dr. J. T. Owen. J. C. NOLTE &. FY pli-u- & BRO., Cloverport, Congratulations are being received bv Dr. Jesse B.iucum and Mrs. H.iucuni on the birth of a daughter, Margaret Eunice, Sunday, April 16 s-- 1 notify tin1 editor Notb Advertisers when you want advertisement discontinued. STOCKJMET Steers Reach Top Price is of ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column $8.80. SOU ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale SAI.n-l'lii- no Year's Highest. Demand for Spring Lambs Limited. 1 In Mrs. Wm. Ilotllus. Piano. excellent condition.. Hogs. For Sale AI.K Thoroughbred Ilnroc With receipts tic 1,27.'$ head untl COIt llow serd corn and Felerltii seed.innle, Y I'or plenty of buyers on the yards', nrlccs wrllo Mielltimn .v L'o.. Union Slur. Iy, steers sold up to $8. SO tit tliu For Sale Jack. years Louisville stock yards Monday, a FOlt condition:.luck, nine mealy old; In wit li points, Hugh liellnian. Amnions, Ky. new price for the year on the market. Wanted Man with horse and n The supply on sale was about XANTf.l).-Ma- to sell nasi condition i.owdcr " IniKuy stock tier expected and a keen demand In llrecklnrldfu 0enmity. Salary India as month. Address Industrial Hide, prevailed for choice handy weight napolis, li.d. butchers at an advance of 10c to Wante- d- 10 Good Men men Ten 15c, while the canner and cutter WANTED me eood U. f r factory work today lllckerson. Mift ' ' St.,wrlto III. Alton. trade also was active. Choice milch cows were steady, For Sale Bees ;OK SALE Two st lids of Italian bees In common, slow. line working condition V. O, llatili.ice. 105 Choico .corn fed hogn, For Sale Ancona Eggs pounds and up, !).50; 120 to 105 COIi SAI.H Ancona cens for hatchlm;: 15 pounds, $9.05; phjs, $7.50 to Dean. Ky. 21.00 .Mrs. Hubert llarlow. (iien crits $8.05: roughs, $8 50 down. For Sale Eggs. Best fall lambs in good demand White W van- at 9J to 11c, according to weight FOK at 21 a setting Miss Mary Manning, Olienault, Ivy. and quality, butcher lambs, 7 to A Nice Modern Home. 9c; culls, 5 to 7c. Best fat sheep, COU SALE or rent on hill Westof school. 74- to 8c. 1 house.; good cistern, garden and outThe calf market ruled active buildings. Very desirable tolocation: everything new. Apply at onco U. Wethlnirton. aud steady, best veals brought Tell City. Ind. $S.50 to $9; medium and common For Sale Larjfe and Small Farms COU SALE A number of large and small kinds, slow. SAI.K-Ono Mu-- SO STO Over a million Ford Cars in use today is your best guarantee of satisfactory service. Serving everybody bringing pleasure to everybody, tbe Ford car is Tbe same high a utility your car. quality, with lower prices. Costs least to operate and maintain. Ford service everywhere. The To.uring Car is $440 Runabout $390; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f . o. b., Detroit. On display and sale by H. L. STADFR, Agent Cloverport, Ky. Telephone No. 6 hred 3 3 Such Hats as I we are Showing There never has been a more comprehensive selection of stylish hats than will be found here in our splendid assortment. Hats of all kinds, beautifully trimmed with flowers, ribbons and trimmings the best selected models of the season's showing at- Alcohol and Pneumonia. The farms: SO to tiOO acres each. For partlcu. lurs write Wm. Adklsson. Hardinsburg, Ky., or James 1). Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. relatives. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and son, James of relatives In Franklin, are the United States Public Health Service brands strong drink as the most efficient ally of pneumonia. It Permanent declares that alcohhol is the handmaiden of the disease which produces ten per cent of the deatl.s in the United Cloverport, Ky, States. This is no exaggeration. We Telephone 56-have known for a long time that Indulgence in alcoholic liquors lowers the individual vitality, and that the man who drinks is peculiarly susceptAttorney-at-LaThe United ible to pneumonia. Real Estate Sold and ExclianRed Deedn, Contracts, Ktc, Prepared and acknowledged, Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist J V. G. BABBAGE tractively priced. There is a suitable model waiting here for you. jjjj Louisville. Mrs. H. M. Beard, of Hardinsburg, was the guest last week of Mrs. F. L. Lightfoot., Miss Eula McCracken returned Friday night from a visit to her parents in Cincinnati. EXCURSION! - TO - Cloverport, Specialist on Kentucky cMrs. Margaret Vayne, Ifbington, Ky. jAk DR. B. T. RAFFERTY RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also one end of Loulsvilee, Ky. 462 5th St. Office Hours: 6 to 0 a. m. 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m siJ ifvf--' Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky. - Louisville, Ky. $1.25 Via .. RETURNINO Special attention given to treatment and prevention of Pyorrhea. The cure of pyorrhea is" of vital importance, to prevent its local ravages and systemic invasion. Office Open Day and Night Sunday, April L., H. & ST. L. Leave Cloverport Arrive Louisville Leave Louisville 23 7:14 A. H. 9:45 A. fl. 8:30 P. fl. R'y Office otr Bank tl Hinlliuivri S ft Trull Co. it. Half fill a tumbler with the bouse. The maid she cold water and put in it a tablespooiifitl was out. "Are any of the family of kerosene oil (soapsuds nUo may be homci" imputed the scribe. used) l'lace the tumbler on a piece of at States Public Health Service Is n con- wood between the nails and raise it to "No, thoy are all out,"wus the reservative body. H dues not enenk't-- - in the ceiling, covering the fly. The fumes ply. "W'till, wasn't there a lire In following of the kerosene oil cause the flies to alarmist iiropacnnda. here hiit evening?" "Yes," said out the line of Its ofTicinl duties it lias drop into the glass. The best time to do brought forcefully to tbe ctncral pub this is in the evening, at dusk, or early the hired girl, "but that's out, lie a fact which will bear endless re in the morning while the flies are settled too." oetitlon. The liberal and continuous on the ceiling." user of alcoholic drinks will do well to Civilized Men and Cooks. heed this warning, particularly at this Tell Us. Senator Recti Suioot declares that season of the year when the gruesome If you know of an item or u much of the world's poverty,, misery, death toll from pneumonia is being doubled. picco of nows, tell us about it. drunkenness and disease comes from That's what wo want. Hut ncwu. poorly prepared food. In a talk about Best Way to Kill Flies. tariff the Senator gave his papor men sometimes experience thethe sentiment of the poet agreement to that said: May Woman's Home Companion The more diiiiculty in feathering nows "Civilized men cannot live without gives a way to kill flies that beats swat, than one would imagine. This cooks." He described tbe American ting 'em all hollow. Here it is: was tlio case when a reporter in a garbage can ns the fattest in the world, of "Take a piece into neighboring town, who it few and followed a denunciation of it with a soft wood three inches square, which you have driven, near the corners days ago was sent to write up a plea that American girls be educated to cook, by a process of making the culifinish at a slight angle, four eight-penn- y firo in a residence. Going to the nary art part of the public school nails, Saw off the handle of an old broom and nail this bloolc of wood to door be inquired for tbe lady of 0VVVVVVVV,VVVVVVVVaV 0 away, flushing. the .paper "flood In his hand ns ho backed "Stupid of mo. flood I THE PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK By morning, Mr. Schmidt. It i wasn't your fault. I should havo looked where I was going. I sco you havo n paper. It appears that Miss Blithers nnd tho prlnco arc to bo married nfter nil." "Yes, It Is milto apparent that tho Blithers family wnnts n title at any lost." ho said. Si Her eyes flashed with nmusement at nls reply. "Would you like to take a few turns around tho deck, Miss Guile?" ho Inquired, n trace of nervousness In his morning." Beforo deciding sho shot an Investigating glanco Into tho corner. Mrs. flaston was not only there, but was Author of "Graustark," engaged In conversation with tho gray Beverly o( firaustark." Etc mustnehed gentleman In a nearby chair. It required but halt n glance to show that Mr. Totten was unmistakably Interested In something the 1411, by Oodil, Mead and Cop)rl?lit. valublo lady had Just said to him. Compear "No, thank you, Mr. Schmidt," said HIm Gullo hastily, and then hurried vv v.vvia. vw 9 ever to her chnlr. a distinct cloud on her smooth brow. Itobln, considering CHAPTER XI. himself dismissed, whirled and went The Lieutenant Receives Orders Ills wny, a dark flush spreading over day brought not only nn next bis face. Never in all his life had ho change In tho been quite so out of patience with tho altnra-liobut a movt surprising world as on this bright, sunny mornin the manner of Mrs. Gas-to- ing. whoso attitude toward K. Schmidt "Heie comes Mr. Schmidt," nnd his friends had been anything but Mrs. Gaston excitedly a few up to the hour of Miss amicable lady, moments later and at onco mado a Guilts' discovery. The excellent hasty derecovering very quickly from her in- movement Indicative of parture. disposition, became positively polite to "Sit still," aaid Miss Guile peremptho hitherto repugnant Mr. Schmidt. torily. She melted so abruptly and so comR. Schmidt again passed them by pletely that the young man was In their began to won- without so much ns a glanco vaguely troubled. Ilo direction. There was a very' sweet der If his incognito had been pierced, smile on Miss Guile's lips as sho so to speak. eyes and lay back in her Ho forboro nuking when Miss Gullo closed her even as chair. might bo expected to appear on deck many Once, twice,It. thrice, Schmidt strode ns six times constitutional, but she volunlor her by their corner, his head high teered the information, which was rapidly and his face aglow. In neither vnguo nor yet definite. queer little pucker appearfact, she said that Miss Oullo would edAt last asereno brow of tho far from on tho be up soon. drowsy young lady whoso eyes peeped Now it is necessary to relate that through half closed lids. Suddenly Miss Gullo had been particularly firm rug with a brief reto Mrs. Gaston. In sho threw off her in her commands given mark to her companion, arose and tho first place, Mrs. Gaston was cabin. Mrs. Gaston folto understand that she was not to went to herfrom choice, but because lowed, not breathe it to a soul that It. Schmidt formed a command. was not II. Schmidt, and she was not the brief remark Soon afterward It. Schmidt, who had to betray to him by word or sign that joined by Dank, threw himself ho was suspected of being the l'rinco been exacting into his chair with a great sigh of of Graustark. Moreover, tho and said: Miss Guile laid great stress upon an- fatigue "'Gad, I've walked a hundred miles It. Schmidt was other command Havo you a never to know that sho was not Miss since breakfast. made n very match?" curious "Hobbs has Guile, but some one elso altogether. discovery," said the young lieutenant, "You'ro right, my dear," exclaimed matchbox. Thero was Mrs. Gaston in an excited whisper as producing his n perturbed look in his eyes. sho burst in upon her fair companion, "If Hobbs isn't careful he'll discover who was having coffee and toast In one of these days. Ho Marie, the maid, was a new continent her parlor. discovering waiting to do up her mistress' hair, is always puffing away something," Itobln, at his pipe. and tho young lady herself was allur- said "But this Is really Interesting. It ingly charming In splto of tho fact was in tho hold when that that It was not already "done up." seemsGuile's ho to get "Ho is the er ho is just what you Miss ono of maid came down trunks. Into her mistress's think." Guile Is G, "Good heavens, you haven't gono Now, tho first letter in Hobbs says there aro and done it, have you?" cried tho girl, isn't it? Well, dozen trunks thero bea slim hand halting with a piece of at least half a young lady longing to tho and that all halfway to her lips. toast of them aro marked with a largo red "Gono and done it?" B. What do you make of it?" "You haven't been blabbing, have Tho princo had stopped puffing at you?" pipe. "How can you say that to me? Am his "Iteally, you know. Dank, I ought to I not to bo trusted? Am I so weak dismiss Hobbs," said Robin Irritably. and" nui"Don't cry, you old dear! Forgive "Ho is getting to be a dreadful sance. Always nosing around trying me. But now tell me absolutely Just what you'vo been up to," and Mrs. to" "But, after all, sir, you'll havo to adGaston repeated every word of tho dis- conversation sho had had with It. mit that ho has mado a puzzling Schmidt, proving absolutely nothing, but stoutly maintaining that her intuition was completely to bo depended M'CUTCrll-O- QHORGH BARR manner. For Instance, sho may bo running away to got mnrrlcd." "That's possible," agreed Robin. "But not probable. Sho may bo a popular music hall fnvorlto or ono of those peculiarly clover creatures known no tho American newspaper woman, ngnlnst whom wo havo been warned. Don't you regard It as rather significant that of nil tho peoplo on this ship sho should bo tho ono to nttach herself to tho unrecognized Prlnco of Graustark? Put two and two together, sir, nnd" "I find It singularly difficult to put ono nnd ono together, Dank," said the prlnco ruefully. "No, you are wrong In both of your gnesses." "So be it," said Dank, but with doubt In his oyc3. "You ought to I'vo never spoken to her, know. so" "Sho thinks you aro a dreadfully attractive chap, Dank," said Robin mischievously. "She said so only yesterI mwwtutm j THE n day." Dank gave his prince a disgusted look nnd smoked on In silence. Ills dignity was ruffled, "Come, old fellow, let's forget Miss Guile," cried Robin, slapping tho lieu- tenant on tho shoulder. "Let's think of tho real peril Maud Applegate Blithers." Ho held up tho ship's paper for Dank to see, nnd then sat back to enjoy his companion's rage. An hour lator Dank and Count Quin-no-' x spectful, but adamantine, conductor exorcised nn authority that irritated R. Schmidt beyond expression. Tho rest of tho train was crowded to Its capacity, nnd hero was dcslroblo spneo going to wasto In tho section occupied by the selfish Miss Guile. He couldn't understand It In her. Wns It, after all, to bo put down as n slmplo steamer encounter? Was sho deliberately snubbing him, now that they tvoro on land? It wns not until tho boat train was nearlng tho environs 'of Pnrls that Hobbs threw somo light over tho situation, with the result that it Instantly became darker than ever beforo. It appears that Miss Gullo was mtt at the landing by a very good looking young man who not only escorted her lo tho train, but actually entered It with her nnd was even now enjoying Iho luxury of n private compartment is well as the contents of a largo luncheon hamper, to say nothing of an anlnterruptcd view of something far more Inspiring than tho scenery. To be Continued Oullo and her companion preferred to travel nlono to Paris. They had n prlvato compnrtmcnt, over which a re- COMMISSIONER'S SALE dated November 5th, 1831, and recorded in deed book 36, page 600; R A Glasscock to said Glasscock by deed dated October 4th, 1889, and recorded in deed hook 43, page 213; Daniel Hicks nnd others to said Glasscock by deed dhtcd November 13, 1882, nnd recorded In deed book 60, page 161; A, II. Sheffcr to said Glasscock by deed dated April 14th, 1904, nnd recorded In deed book 60, pngs 162. There is n right of way reserved and fully set forth In deed from George I). Glasscock and wife to J II. Hart by deed dnted March 1st, lSSi), but not recorded ut this dat , tint referred to for more particular description for said right ot wny, nnd being inherited by grantors, as widow, children mid heirs of George I). Glasscock Said property was deeded to Miitou Miller and Prank Dellnvcn by deed dated July 29th, 19I0, by Mary J Glasscock, executrix, and others by deed recorded in deed book 60, page 183, thereof in the lireckinridge County Court Clerk's Office, and said Prank by deed dated the 21st day of October, 1910, conveyed to Milton Miller his undivided one-hainterest in said jointly owned properly by deed recorded in deed book 61 page 292 thereof, in the lireckinridge County Court Clerk's Office " The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, mid having the force and effect of n Judgment. Lien retained to V secure payment of purchase money, lliddcrs will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Wnlls, Commissioner. lf jj- L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire. LiehtnineTor- - I nado and Windstorrnji Life, Accident,;Healtrfl Insurance. Old Reliable Companies 1 Henry Trent II. W.Trent P.'.L. Datli Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and whis-pore- d by side on tho edge of n skylight nt the tiptop of tho ship's structuro In might have been seen seated side lireckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky, 1 Equity iiva A. Stone, Plaintiff, the closest conversation. Safe Medicine for Children, ij Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. ' j ' upon. "And, oh," sho whispered in conclusion, "wouldn't it bo perfectly wonderful if you two should fall in lovo with each other" "Don't bo silly!" "But you havo said that If ho should fall In lovo with you for yourself and not because" "I havo also said that I will net marry any man prince, duke, king, count or anything else unless I am in lovo with him. Don't overlook that, please." "But he Is really very nice. I should think you could fall in lovo with him. Just think how it would ploaso your father and mother. Just think" "I won't be bullied!" "Am I bullying you?" in amazement. "No, but father trios to bully me, and you know It." When she appeared on deck long aftorward sho found every chair occupied. A warm sun, n far from turbulent sea and a refreshing breozo had brought about n marvelous transformation. She made several brisk rounds of tho dee';, then, feeling that peoplo wure following her with their oyes admiringly, to be sure, but what of that? she abandoned tho pleasant and sought tho seclusion of tho sunless corner whero her chair was stationed. Tho shlp'8 dally newspaper was Just off tho press, and many of tho loungers were reading tho brief telegraphic news from tho capitals of tho world. Sho procured n copy of tho paper from a steward nnd was glancing at tho headlines as sho mado her way Into her corner. Double leaded type appeared over tho rumored engagement of Miss Maud Apple-gat- o Blithers, tho beautiful and accomplished daughter of tho great capitalist, and Itobln, prince of Graustark. A queer llttlo smllo played about her Hps as sho folded tho paper for futuro perusal. Turning the corners of tho deck building, sho almost collided With It. Schmidt, who stood leaning agalnBt the wall, scanning tho llttlo. newspaper with eyes that wero blind to everything else. "Oh I" she gasped. he exclaimed, crumpling . "I'm sorry yourself at nobody's expense." "Is it a command, sir?" "It is." "Very well, sir. I shall do my best." Five days later as tho Jupiter was discharging passengers nt Plymouth Count Qulnnox and Lieutenant Dank stood well forward on tho promenade deck watching the operations. Tho younger man was moody and distrait, an unusual condition for him, but ono that had been noticeably recurrent during tho past two or three days. Something had gono wrong with him, nnd it was something that ho felt in duty bound to lay beforo his superior, tho grim old minister of war and hereditary chief of tho castlo guard. Occasionally his somber gazo shifted to a spot farther down tho deck, whero a young man and woman leaned upon tho rail and surveyed tho scene of activity below. "What is on your mind, Dan?" asked tho count abruptly. "Out with it." "Pretty mess I'vo mado of tho business," lamented Dank surlily. "Putting myself up as a contender against a fellow liko Robin and dreaming that I could win out, even for a minute! Good Lord, what an ass I am! Why, we've only made It worse, count. Wo'vo touched him with tho spur of rivalry, and what could bo inoro calamitous than that? From being a rather matter of fact, indifferent observer, ho becomes a bewildering cavalier bent on conquest at any cost. I am swept asido ns If I wero a parcel of rags. For two days I stood between him and tho lncomparablo Miss Guile. Then ho suddenly arouses himself. My cako Is dough. I am nobody. Tho beautiful Miss Guile has bewitched our prince, and my labor Is not only lost, but I myself am lost. Mon dleu!" Tho count stared at him In perplexity for a moment. Then n look of surprise came into his eyes surprlso not unmlngled with scorn. "You don't mean to say, Dank, that you'vo fallen in lovo with her? Oh, you absurd fledgelings. Will you" "Why not?" broko In Dank fiercely. "Why should It appear incredible, to you? Is sho not tho most entrancing crcaturo in all tho world? Is she not tho most appealing, tho most adorable, most femlnlueof all hersex? The" Tho count stopped him with a sharp gesture. A look of real concern appeared In his eyes. "Do you bellovo that ho Is actually in lovo with this girl?" "Heels over head," barked tho unhappy lieutenant. "I'vo nover seen a worso case." "Wo must put an end to this fond adventure Robin Is our most preclouo possession. Wo must not Why do you shako your head?" "Wo aro powerless, sir. If ho makes up his mind to marry Miss Gullo ho'U do it in spito of anything wo can do--that Is, provided sho Is of tho samo mind. All Graustark can't stop him, nor old man Blithers cither. Besides, ho Bays ho Isn't going to Edelweiss Immediately." "That Is news to mo." "I thought It would be. Ilo camo to decision not more than two hours "I should say because her name be- tho ago. Ilo is determined to spend a gins with a B," said Robin. couplo of weeks nt Interlnken." "Intcrlakcn?" cuvery. Why should her luggage- be "Yes. Miss Gullo expects to stop marked with n B?" "I should say because- her name be- thero for a fortnight after leaving Paris." gins with a B," said Robin shortly. "I must remonstrate with Robin at "In that case it isn't Gullo." "Obviously." Tho young man was once," declared tho old man. "Ho Is needed In Graustark. Ho must bo thinking very hard. "And If it isn't Gullo thero must bo mado to reallzo tho Importance of" "I told him wo wero expected to an excellent reason for her sailing unreach homo by tho end of next week, der a fnlso name." and ho said that a quiet fortnight In "Havo you a theory?" "Thero aro many that wo could, ad- the Alps would make new men of all vance, but, of course, only ono of them of us.M could bo tho right one, even If wo were "Pon my soul I" waa all that the acute enough to Include It In our llstot poor minister of war, an adept In guesses. She may have an Imperative strategy, waa able to exclaim. reason for not disclosing her Identity. Est gome unaccountable reaaon Mies "He is young enough and stubborn enough to make a fool of himself over her," tho count had said. "I wouldn't blame him, 'pon my soul I wouldn't. She Is very attractive ahem! You must bo his safeguard, Dank. Go in and do ns I suggest. You are a good looking chap and you'vo nothing to lose. So far as she Is concerned you are quite as well worth whllo as tho fellow known as R. Schmidt. There's no reason why you shouldn't mako tho remainder of tho passage pleasant for her and at tho samo time enjoy No. Against Wilbur Stone, ct. al., Uft. J 3754. Uv virtue of a Judunient ami Order of Sale of lireckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at Pebruary Term thereof, I9I6, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offerfor sale nt the courthouse door in Hardius burg, to the highest bidder, at public! auction, on Monday, the 24th day ol April, 1916, at one o'clock p m , or thereabout (being count court ilny) upon n ciedit six nnd twelve mouths, the following described property, "Une town Jot in tile town ol constat!-tine- , lireckinridge county, Ky., and known as the Marv J Iloskinson prop erty, containing lg ncres, exempt one The forehalf of acre for schoolhouse. going named land was deeded to II C. btone bv Ijeorge Heyser and wile by deed dated December 26, 1S9I, and recorded ill deed book 50, at page --'92 theieof, in the lireckinridge County Court Clerk's Office. Also: One tract of land lying in lireckinridge county, be, nenr the village of Constantine, Ky ing the salne conveyed to said parties of the first part by L. S. Hoard and Ida Hoard, his wife, containing IS acres and 16 poles This land was deeded to II. C Stone by Horace Hicks and Hannah Hicks, his wife, by deed dated March 21, 1898, and recorded in deed book 50, page 293 thereof, in the County Court Also: A certain tract or Clerk's Office town lots, being and lying in the town of Constantine, lireckinridge county, Ky., known as the Randolph patent deeded to II. C. Stone by This land was John A. Prewitt and Lizzie E. Prewitt, his wife, by deed dated the 3rd of December, 1S9!), and recorded in deed book 5o, at page 295 thereof, in the lireckinridge County Court Clerk's Office. Out of the above boundaries there has been couve) ed by II C. Stone and his wife, by deed of the 3I of March, deed 19U8, to Robert E. Given, by recorded in deed book 59, at page 72 thereof, the following described property, "A certain house and lot, being and lying in the town of Constantine, lireckinridge county, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a corner of Wilson and Randolph's comer, feet running with said line N. W. 27 to Noah Hick's line, thence with his line S. W. 112 feet to the corner of the Hositins lot, thence with said line S. E. I83 feet to a stone, thence E. 50 feet ton stone, thence S, 19 feet to a stone, thence W. Co feet to a stone in straight line with Hoskins' corner, thence ion feet to the Constantine and Ilardinsburg feet to road, thence with said road 98 the beginning, this house and lot being a part of the same conveved by John Prewitt and Elizabeth, his wife, on the 3rd day, of December, 1895, to II C. Stone and recorded in Clerk's Office at page 295 " Ilardinsburg, in deed book The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. I.ieu retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. t: t: "Is It safe?'' is the first question to be considered when buying cough medicine for children. Chamberlain's Couch Remedy has long beon n favorite with mothers of young children as It contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child ns confi dently as to nn adult. It is pleasant to tako, 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. M, E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday, All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, Secretary TOBINSPORT. Mr. Holder, of Cloverport, was here Monday buying cattle. Misses Ella Leaf and Ruth Weather-ho- lt went to Rome Saturday on business. Mrs. Mary Mosby spent a few days in Cntiueltou last week. Mrs Wood Weathcrholt entertained the Woman's Auxiliary Wednesday Dr. W. A. WALKER, Commercial Supplies For the Business Man afJL K This Office. 1 afternoon. Miss Mae Leaf was in Cloverport Monday. Miss Sue Newton returned home to Clovertort Saturday, after a week's visit with Vevah Winchell. G. W. Winchell, Tom Groves and N. 11. Sanders were in Cannelton Monday, Misses Ella Leaf and Ruth Weather-hol- t left Sunday for Oakland City, where they will attend college for three Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves Price 25c Receipt books, large size, price 25c; small size 10c; 100 leaves 50 leaves Price 5c Proniisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- e Notes, 50 mouths. Miss Tina Hurtz, of Alton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wesley Powers. The eighth grade room of the Tobins- port school, taught by Prank Sanders, closed Wednesday. Mr. J. II. Payne is very poorly with heart trouble. Misses Verda Polk and Alia Lamb are home from 'near Gerald, where they taught school this jear. Cannelton 25 Cents Deed Covers Send your deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for 5 Cents Cents Cents lin- Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages two for o 5 10 5 Pension Certificates, three for 12 sheets of Typewriter Taper, en, legal size, price Knquirer. One way to relieve habitual constipation is to take regularly a mild lax ative. Doan's Regulets are recommended for this purpose. 25c a box at all drug stores. Cents Printed Stationery including Statements and Sale Books. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, script, price BRANDENBURG. 100 for $1.25 Printing new cards from old plate, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Yeakel and son spent last week in Louisville with his $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. parents. Miss Eugenia Kirtley was taken to Ilazelwood Sanatorium last week for 'S SALE Against No. Wade Pile, et. al., Defendant J 3693. lly virtue of a Judgment ami Order of Sale of lireckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at Pebruary Term, 1916, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Ilardinsburg, to the highest bidder, nt public auction, on Monday, the 24th day of April, 1916, nt one o'clock p. 111., or thereabout (be-iu- g county court day), upon a credit six and twelve mouths, the following described property, parts of tracts of "Several tracts land lying in lireckinridge county, Ky., 011 the waters of North Pork and Rough Creek and beginning at the corner to N. T Mercer's line, and containing 420 acres more or less, and being the same laud conveyed to George D Glasscock, deceased, by the following parties and ,deeds, all of said deeds being recorded in lireckinridge County Court Clerk's Office as follows: William Taylor to said George D. Glasscock by deed dated November 2nd, 1867, and recorded in deed book 27, page 191 and 192; Zach-aria- h Green and wife to said Glasscock by deed dated July 6th, 1866, and recorded in deed book Y, page 216, and Zach Green to said Glasscock by deed dated March the 12th, 1892, and recorded in deed book 45, page 141; William J. Owen and Bell Green to said Glass-coc- k by deed dated ApriH6, .1881, and recorded In deed book 35, page 525; and Fannie Coke to said Glasscock by deed to-w- lireckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Dora II. Miller, Admrx., Plf. 1 Equity treatment. J. R. Willett, of Louisville, was in town last week en route to Wolf Creek to visit his father. Miss Lorena Shacklette, of Roberta, is the guest of Miss Annie Price, A pretty girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cain Sunday. J A. Nail, of Vine Grove, was the guest of his sou, Kmmett Nail, last week. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Ilartman spent several days in Louisville last week Elisha lloudurant, of Louisville, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. E. R. lloudurant. Mrs, Morgan Fontaine, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Fontaine ami Mrs. lieu Hook last week. Miss Elizabeth Hoehii, who has been the guest of Miss Eugenia Kirtley, has returned to her home in Cincinnati. Mrs. W. D. Gant, of Orell, and Mrs. 11. E. Alversou, of Napoleon, Iud, , visit-thefather, Joe Fowler, who has been quite ill. Frances Ramsey, of Hardin Springs, spent several days with relatives here last week. He returned home Monday, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Ilert ir Jito.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. (Be ?ff Pig Feed I've been able to get, says nr. VV. n. Hucuara, l'li'tldont Indiana Poland China HreoUors' Association, La Fontaine. Indiana. In writliiK about Pnninr'c P!d ll0 sayS, IrTnal "it has proven tho .. ." n uuie to OI'U m 111 Ji"i: Ilo h tried them all. Thli mial ll n irleutlno mixture of aUir meal, iiimI. dioIbwm. oat, lfr rriulietl wheat, com ft,l meal. Ilnefi llaieel a (lire, quick frame barley noil riuni 2rtSt..0naoro.Kr VjUHSB S1)0H fltO CO., j deuce this afternoon, and burial will lie in the family lot in Cave Hill cemetery. Meade County Messenger. Poisons Kbtaineu in tne' oouy causes rneuma-tisr- a, scrofula, malaria, constipation, Number 40 For The blood poison. Blood expels poisons from the body and Miller, who will spend several weeks cures blood poison lu Its worst ft with her parents. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store Miss France Thornton, 15 years old, the only daughter of James Thornton, Why Suffer From Colds? living between West Point and Rock Haven, is dead after a ill "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break nets of rheumatism add dropsy. The that cold in a very short "time. 25c at - Wedding's Drug Store. funeral will take place at the family reals' much does this Work COSl? Muring lt'15 the total expense Lender. was fii.nov.uu, SUNDAY-SCHOOLthis money DAY School. How Is offerings of secured? " the Sund.ty Lender. From On Schools nnd gifts of Individuals. Dny ench school to this Is asked to make an offering work. Much Enthusiasm His Been School. How Is It possible for any organization to do so much work nt S' small nn expense? Created By This Annual Lender. By the help of many hundred disvolunteer olllccrs In counties nnd manState Event tricts, nnd by the most careful agement of the nffalrs of the Association. School. Let our schools do Its share In this work for "A Grentcr and a Better SEEK ATTENDANCE OF MILLION Kentucky," strengthening the work of our own school nnd extending Interest nnd help to nil parts of tho stnte. 8. Hymn. "Tell me the old, old story. 9. Lesson Tought in. Ueports Announcements. Kentucky Association Has Prepared 11. One verse of "My faith looks up to Program to Be Furnished to Sunday Thee." Upon Application Move-men- t 1!. Benediction. Schools Accomplishes Much Good The next State Convention will be Since Origin. held In Somerset, October 5, 6, 7, 8, 1916. Every Sunday School In the Day lias become State Is entitled to send delegates to an annual affair in tho stato of Kenthis Convention, and will oaln by so. tucky. Tho first ono was held in 1914, when a great enthusiasm was aroused among tho Sunday Schools of KenSTORY OF THE SUNDAY tucky. In every part of the state In- THE SCHOOL DOLLAR. vitations wero sent out to all tho people, organizations wero formed, and a The result of the now Interest In tho Sunday Schools Day has been manifest in a was awakened. Tho attendance upon largo Increase In permanent memberwas In- ship ot Sunday School nnd Church. tho Sunday Schools on this day creased from three hundred thousand As a direct result of tho movement to six hundred thousand. Last year last year fifty thousand visitors the goal set was ono million; and so Sunday School members. Hero complete, was tho organization in tho aro threo typical cases: towns, the numdifferent counties and An Old Soldier. ber was reached. Tho special direcDay" In ono On tion of tho day has been given to tho of our Sunday Schools an old man Kentucky Sunday School Association, said, "I am over seventy years old. It interdenominawhich Is a state-wldhas been forty years since I was In n tional organization. Church. The man who is now Gover prepared tho nor ot Kentucky was my Colonel dur This Association has following program for tho day, and ing the war. I always obeyed overy will send sufficient copies freo to any order he Issued. When my old Colonel Sunday School making application for Issued tho order that everybody must them to tho Kentucky Sunday School come to Sunday School today, I had Association, 712 Loulsvlllo Trust build- to obey. Now I am hero, whnt aro ing, Louisville, Ky. you going to do with mo?" A Men's ORDER OF WORSHIP AND INSTRUC Iliblo Class was ready for him. Threo TION. weeks later ho became a member of May 7. 1916. tho Church nnd has lived a consistent 1. Music of music Christian life ever since. snored Strains played poftlj. at tho sound of which A Young Man. nil will hi- - silent. At another Sunday School, a young 2. Call to Worship. Superintendent. "(live unto the Lord the man, who had been going with a wild plory due unto ilia name; brine an offering and come before Jlim: worship set, was among tho visitors on "Go-to- the Loril In the Ijrmity of holiness." Sunday-Schoo- l Day." Ho becamo a reSchool. "I was Bind when they said unto me. Let us no Into the house of the gular member of the Young Men's I vJorj. L'nto Thee lift In up mine eyes. Bible Class. Soon after ho declined iXnfhou that dwellest the heavens." an invitation to go on a Sunday ex"Payer. 3. 4 5lIynin. "All hall the power of Jesus' cursion whero ho know thero would bo name." drinking and gambling, saying, "No, 5. Kesponslve Rending from the Scrip ture, ft me. I have my heart's desire boys, no more of that for Leader. "Ilrcthren, and prayer to God for Israel Is, that something so much better." they mlRht he saved." A Junior Boy. School. "Christ Is the end of the law For moro than a year nono ot tho fo- - righteousness to every one that bc- lleveth." family had attended Church or Sunday Lender. The word Is nlsh thee, even In School. School On thy mouth, nnd In thy heart; that Is the word of faith, which we preach." Day" tho children wero permitted to .School. "That If thou shall confess with go and from that day becamo regular thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe In thine heart that God hath members. In a few weeks tho twelve- raised him from the dead, thou shalt year-olboy united with tho Church. be saved." Lender. "For with the heart man Tho mother then sent to tho old unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession Is made unto sal- Church homo for her letter. And now vation." tho father, too, often sits with them School. "For the scripture salth, 'Whosoever belleveth on Him shall not be at tho Church service. ashamed." The Kentucky Sunday School AssoLeader "For there Is no difference be- ciation has been busy in many fields tween the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all Is nigh unto all that of service. A few of Its activities aro call upon Illm. For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shnll listed below: 1 G o 1 o - Sunday - School D a y, be snved." "School. "For God so loved the world, bringing 600,000 visitors to Otet He gnve His only begotten Son, belleveth In Illm Vftat whosoever Kentucky Sunday Schools. 'should not perish, but have everlasting 1 State Convention, bringing tolife." divine, all love ex 6. Hymn. "Love gether representatives trom C3 celling." counties. 7. Ttesponslve Heading. 1 School ot Methods tor tho Lender. On April T5. 1915, one million people In Kentucky attended Sunday training of Association officers, School. This year the Sunday Schools 1 City Training School, giving a of the state are trying to equal that record nnd In time we are nil hoping twenty-weekcourse to reprethat one million citizens of our state Sunday will have formed the habit of regular sentatives of forty-ninSunday School attendance. Schools. School. Did nnv permanent good result Day last 1 Mountain tour by an internafrom Yenr? tional worker. Sunday School officers reported Leader. an Increase of more than fifty thousand 2 Older Boys and Girls' Conferregular attendants as a direct result ot ences. that day. Many ofIn these have become some schools that 20 Institutes. church members. beginning of a steady day marked the Conventions for tho 74 County growth In membership. School. Is Kentucky the only state where workers of moro than threo Day Is observed? thousand Sunday Schools. Leader. The first state-wid- e Day was observed In Ken104 Counties visited by a stato tucky with such splendid results that worker, each visit bringing dithe attention of the whole country was attracted, and since that time many rect help to from ono to ono other states have Inaugurated such a hundred Sunday Schools. movement, and many more are plan ning to have their first 200 Special rallies. School Day in l'Jiu. 300 District conventions with pracSchool How Is It possible to secure the of all the Sunday Schools tical, holpful programs. nt this crent stnte In this movement? SunLender. Because the Sunday School 40,000 Copies of tho Kentucky workers of Kentucky have formed a day School Reporter distributstate-wid- e organization, the Kentucky . ed. Sunday School Association, which Is Interdenominational, reaching and help- 98,000 Circulars of Information dising all fields, and reinforcing the work tributed. of all the denominations. 11,000 School. How are the affairs of the KenPorsonal letters. man- tucky Sunday School Association With this record back ot it and n frpd ? Leader. By an Executive Committee oven larger things planned for this composed of forty members elected by Asthe State Convention to which every year, tho Kentucky Sunday School R1m1l.1v School In the state mnv send sociation, 712 Loulsvlllo Trust buildThis committee Is ing, Loulsvlllo, Ky., asks for tho hearty voting delegates. composed of representatives from the Ilaptlt, Christian, following churches: ot all pooplo desirous of Episcopal. Evangelical, Lutheran. Meth making a greater and bettor Kentucky odist, iteiormeu, nnu School. Is this work needed In Ken In Its work for tho host organization, tnrkv? Leader, It Is, for In our stato for every equipment and teaching In all tho Sunone who goes to sunuay scnooi tnere day Schools of tho stato. You cannot are four who stay away. by Teachers. Because In some counties In mako a better investment than teachers making a contribution of this Associathe stnte thero are no trained yet most In the Sunday Schools, and now. of the teaching of the Bible must be tion. Do it done in tnese scnoois Decnuse mere are so few chtircnes wncre tnero are regu-ITo secure ono million peoplo in tho nrenchlnir services. Women. Because there aro fourteen Sunday Schools of Kentucky on May in Kentucky where there Is no 7th, will mean counties that ovory member of d of cradle roll; and less than thi: Hunuay tscnoois 01 ine state navi tho Sunday Schools must bo present mVi11p that day and bring somobody olso. If Men. Because there aro still In Kencounties wher there you attended last year as a visitor, tucky twenty-on- e are no Organized Adult Bible Classes, you will want to go again this year. counties without Home nnd twenty-on- e Departments. If you haven't boon to Sunday School School. Becouso there aro forty counties for yoars, this will bo n good tlmo In Kentucky In which there Is no Class for Teen Age I'uplls. for you to como and soo whnt Is bolng and thero nre thousands of these dono in tho Sunday School. In most that classespl.iftn should be having the beneorimnlzatlon. fit nt schools you will find many changos, Lender. These fncts and other similar many improvements. You will bo suro ones imucnte tue neeu ui cuuvemiuns, Institutes, conferences, surveys, per- of a cordial welcome. sonal visits nnd other means of pre- Association, nnu ?fitlngIn standards School stimulating in Kentucky Sunday School Building, Knmtav work. 712 Loulsvlllo Trust tw4t whnt Is tho Kentucky Sunday Loulsvlllo, Ky. School Association doing to meet these employs four workers for full Leaden It You owo It to yourself and your hn!1n about 400 district nnd coun each year, conducts stato to attond Sunday School on May ty convention about about 25 Institute", visits cn yeartwo 7, 1916. If you And there any good 10 ei thousand Snnny htlD. distributes leaf ,nm, direct snouis for yourself, or any opportunity to do on tho best methods nf Sunday good for another, become a permanent lets School worn. pnun 011 miiy luuusauu Utters and circulars, responds to vnr member. Rchnnt.L-ftnw AY 7TH IS "GO-TO- - aprrnl trom any Sunday School In the r-Gsfe- s Agree &n lli'witjf Ccjtm iia C:aSi7.cEt3 C-- o. U. B. V. Proscription Moot W T. niclmrd'on. M. D. : "In my opinion. P. U. D. should b" spptlcd in n'l r.... t of Mn tllncnKo nil Immediate relief M the Itch, a calm to excited tiene. soft, sr'nthlnc, yet a powerful agent, a strength to tho genrrnl system." Holmes: 'D. T. D. !i in lir. near ft rpeclde for ecema nnd tlio dreaded ly ns Is niilnlae for malaria. I r orliials prescribe I. I). I. nIo for salt ri Mini, tetter, barber's Itch, pimples, nil forms of Itching eruptions, scales, sorei." Dr. Ira T. (inbliert: "I freely admit l!mt 1). D. D. reaches most case of cciema and permanently cures them." Dr. tlnlibort of Caldwell, Kansas, M ono ot the best skin speclnlltts In tbo state. Write nnd nsk him about I). D. D. Drueglsts nro plnd to recommend tnw soothlnz, cooling liquid. 2"c. 60c nnd $1.00. Come to us nnd wc wllUcll you more nboiit this remarkable remedy. Your money Khck imlc the tlrt bottle relieves you. D. I. D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about It, Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky, g HAWESVILLE. On next Friday evening, April 21, at the courthouse, Hughes Chambers and Samuel Briedcnbach, two of Hawcs-vllle- 's brightest young mon, will Inld nn oratorial contest for the best speech on Woman's Suffrage for which a prize of $5 00 will be awarded. Those to act as judges are: Messrs. Geortro Bently, Ed N. Lamar, V. C. Kelly. Georye Newman and Judte W. W. Win, Gilbert, of IMilyvllle, spent ami Sunday with Ills family Mrs H A, Dutschke was the week cud guest of relatives in Irviugton Mrs, S A Ilcniictt, who has been sc tiously ill for several weeks, is improving slowly. Mrs. Olivia Lay returned to her home Thursday after spending the winter in New Albany with her son. W. It. Gardner spent the week end with his children at Cheuatilt. G. W, l'ayne and family leave this week for Cloverport where titer expect to make their future home We regret their departure, but they carry with them the best wishes of their many friends for future success. The immediate relatives of Mrs. R. A. Shellman surprised her Thursday morn-in- g by gathering at her home with baskets where at the noon hour a sumptuous dinner was enjoyed by all present, the occasion being Mrs Shell-manwell-filled 's Portable GreenKoures.Mbed sash and Silos AIMED CYPRESS 3 STRUCK CO. E CHEEN-HOUS- Ekr AND TANKS mAtEMAL (2) - AV-j- r- ''Send for Catalogue. -- i - Live Local Agent Wanted." DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... birthday. These are busy days in our little town. Wm. Gilbert's new home is completed, ami they will move in this week The office known as the Telegraph Kxchange was moved between the Crawford property and the Morgan home. C. A. Tiliius is laying the foundation for a large glass front store R. A. Shellman has the foundation laid for a new brick drug store. A. T. Hanks moved from the K II lllaniu property to a new cattage on the hill owned by W. 11, Gardner. A. L Lewis and family occupy their dwelling vacated by A. T. Hanks W. J. Schopp has two new dwellings Off in P Uniirc DENTIST ngmin 'iniisrwrniii riT.iT S'n. tn.lto IS i. Alwny In nfllrc during lrlnolnn V 3i bo-ca- 1 m mi Save $20 Now t u. nu jrrcsiuciii ol tti7r, (7xr, 7;5i rf i5?-- i ri 1 H o d th Taber. M keeping or Shorthand Course, TIM 12 UNLIMl- - M The funeral of Mr. Clarence Sterrett 'f TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cat a- - j was lart'oly attended on I'riday after-neo- n at 1:30 o'clock at the Methodist l& log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. church, conducted by Rev. L. N. How artl The Masons in this vicinity atAddress tended In a body, with a number from started. ftVi a ??cw t the nearby cities. Mr. W. J. IMgROt, ncjEij-iiiu- , ii O. W. Dowell and family will move ot lrvlnu'ton, coLilucted the burial ceremony of the Masonic rites, with this week to the Crawford property BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE words impressively fitting the occa which they now own. Wi Ineurpuratnl II. A. Dutschke will begin this week sion. Hour mill down close to the Louisville, Kentucky Mr. Sam McAdams returned to his moving his m home lu Ames, Iowa, after a brief new elevator. stay with his sister, Mrs, Louise Why Constipation Injures. Adair. Mrs. John Davison Is in Owensboro, The bowels are the natural sewerage! this week visiting her relatives, Mr system of the body. When thoy beand Mrs. Isaac Splllman. come obstructed by const! patlcn a part Mr. Tom David Ayers was called to ,.f ,1,.. mticnnniid mnMnr Ufltt.!, I111.. J ' ,,., It.n, J ,U(. J,W,JW.WM.T IIIUl,.! Hussellvillc by the illness of his sister, should carry off is absorbed into the Mrs. Hattle Hayes, who is with their system, making you fetd dull and IN THE brother, Mr. J. Hughes and Mrs. stupid, and interfering with the diHughes. gestion and assimilation of tood. Mrs. Auna Spauldinf Lanhani re- This condition is quickly relieved by Sunday-School- s Obtainable turned from St. Joseph's on Tuesday Chamberlain's Tablets. after a visit to her brother, Rev. Louis everywhere. Spauldintr. Mrs. Louise Atlair made a short visit AlcQUADY. to Louisville this weok, returning home You owo it to yourself nnd your Stnte to attend Sunday School Thursday night. or any on May 7th. If you lind there any sood for yotir.-cl-f, The farmers of this vicinity are very Mrs. Harvey Meyers spent Wednes opportunity to do pood for another, hccoine a permanent mem- $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma .$75.00 Book- - M I I I ONE MILLION PEOPLE of Kentucky May 7, 1916 day In Owensboro. -- s' e County Judge W. W. Taber, County Hoad Engineer Francis Frlel and John Parson, county attorney, were In Owensboro on Wednesday. Mr. G. Orville Patterson attended the board of pharmacy meeting in Louisville this week. Mrs. W H. Bowmer, of Cloverport, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sarah Adair Friday. Balrd Sterrett and Tom Sterrett, of New Orleans, and Overby Sterrett, of Buckley, W. Va., were here this week to attend the funoral of their father, Mr. Clarence Sterrett. Rev. Dr. Fogartie was In Louisville for a few days attending a meeting of Presbyterian church. Owensboro Inquirer. business. The McQuady Milling Co., is doing a good business. Lawrence Sills is here. Mrs. oe Hall is very ill. The children of H. F. Shrewsbury were called to his bedside Thursday. He has been sick for some time. Mrs. Wm. Davis has opened her lot of spring hats. J. L. Frank went to Sample Sunday to see his son, ICnil. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Hardinsburg, Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Davis spent Sunday with Mrs. Hob Frank. Rev. Leslie Dellart filled his regulur appointment at Bethel Saturday and ber. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION FARE $522 feMSLY BETWEEN CLEVELAND & "Iho Great Ship "SCEANDEEu ' "CTY C7 DUrFALO ,1 U S lO C hi flft "CrrY OF tSXl" CLEVELALD-Cr-Iy, 3 - Mn-nl- .it Sunday. Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them. Doan's La Grippe and Fever Cured, Ointment is recommended for itching, "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever bleeding or protruding piles. .10c at Tonic cured my husband of LaGrippe any drug store. and Fever after other remedies failed." tour ucfa t wort (or tlckctu vli C. tJA. M. n.l ti i .yt n n l C- hn rolr.t;. 1 Connections nt Paffali for Kazan VM J c c.u.c-- . -- a ... h'tweei Clivilaad and Uutfslo nru rood ior triuu;Kiru...i wi I'OA.ll. . I -l m-- liie riuv '13d Arim! Ut2.j C.'IP.M. uyui May Izl to Nov. : t Slf er-- ri 2- I cavar-TiJ- n A .ClciciaaJ - ll'.M. 8 ' II. (loautifi.i.y colnnilB'ctionnlpuiJtioffu.rt.rhow.-.Cs wrir ' -- v THE CLEVELAND ft BUIVALO TRAMS IY tu. olinri. P 1 STEPHENSPORT. LULA C. ROACH, Driflon, Fla. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Renewal. Miss Henrietta Shively was iu Owensboro Wednesday. Mr. Babbagc: Unclosed find Dear K. Cody L'uren, of Concordia, was at check for my subscription to The Dennett House last week, the I moved from llreckenridce News. W. Payne was in Louisville Kentucky la I9OS and have never doue Mrs. Thursday and Friday. without my native county paper and Yours Miss Mary Louise Hall was the guest the dally Courier-Journatruly, Henry W. Herndon, Enid, Okla. of relatives at Mystic Saturday. TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in renevinr your subscription. Please exaniine tho label on your paper. If your subscription is duo, tho Kditor will appreciate payment. (, l. RENEWAL ORDER TIIK IHtKGKKNMtlDGK SKWS, CLovintfoitr, Ivv. , which apply to my subKnclo.-c- d FOR SALE DUROC JERSEY BOARS Nami: lind $ scription account. nr 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. one-thir- Adukkss Farmers Dealers in Tobacco , f Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House cni G. F MAYSEY HARDINSBURG, KY., where ovory hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked aftor and sold for its full market valuo and returns promptly uiado GLOVER & DURRETT, Managers Route No. 2. L. T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. 1 IRVINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Helt, o Uramlen- burg, spent the week end with Mr. Had Mrs. Walter Simmons. Mrs. J. C. Payne and son spent the week end in Hardinsburg. Mr. nod Mrs. Robert Bell will leave today for Kedfield, Iowa. Mrs. Mattie Miller, ol Gustotj, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sipes fast week Congratulations are being received by Dr. L. B. Moremen and Mrs. Moremen on the birth of a sou on April lj. Mrs. Lillian Klncheloe and Miss Bet tie Davis, of Basin Springs, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jonns Lyons. Mrs. Joe Mattlngly, of Glen Dean, is visiting Mrs. R. A. Crlder. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphius Springale and son spent the week end with rela tives in Guston. W. J. 1'lggott was in Hawesville Fri day. Miss Essie Biggs and Willie Biggs, of Louisville, have been guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Biggs. George Board has returned from Washington, I). C Mrs. J. C. Younger, of Louisville soent Wednesday with Mrs. R. B. Mc Glothlan. Rev. T. J. Wade, Mrs. Wade and C A. I'etiick attended quarterly meeting nt Webster Saturday. A little son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowell on April 11 Robert Taylor Dowell. Miss Mary Heron, of Louisville, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs D. C. Heron, Mt. I'isgah. Mrs. J. R. Beatnan left for her home in Dallas, Texas, last I'riday after a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. A T Adkins. Mrs. Adkins accompanied her to lJvansville. Don't forget J. R. Wimp's sale Thurs. HARDINSBURG. Mr. Blue Jay, full o' sass, In them baseball clothes o' his Sporting round the orchard jess Like he owned the premises. James Whitcomb IUIcy. day. Mrs. Van Nelson, of Big Spring, is visiting Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Clarkton. Lewis Waggon-J- i has gone to Steph ensport to spend the summer with Chas, Waggoner. Mr. and Mrs. 13. JI Jolly and Miss Elizabeth Claire Jolly, of Louisville, attended the fuueral of Mrs. Amauda Jolly Sunday. Jonas Ljons purchased the Wimp homestead Friday. He will take pos session the first of May. Mr. and Mrs. IIol Drane, of Webster, were guests of Mrs. Nancy Henry Sun day. Mrs. W. J. 1'iggott will return home Saturday from Atlanta, Ga and Lex ington, where she has been visitiug Dr. 15. L. Shepherd, of Louisville held quarterly meeting nt the Metli odlst church Monday morning at ten Framing Finishing Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, o'clock. Mouldings, Mrs. Thornton entertained at th Sash, Porch-ColumnScreen Doors and Wire Cloth, Building Hardware, jp Hotel Saturday evening Commercial fifteen guests in honor of her husband' Lime and Cement, Mill Work All Kinds. twenty-nintbirthday. Cake an cream were served. Washington Red Cedar Shingles, and Rubber Roofing, Will Lcnnon. business manager of j Pipe has been confided to the Record-PresPumps, Building and Electric Lamps, Wire his home several days with the rhcu matism. Miss Heulah Rowland and Mr Franc Jennings were married at the home of the bride's parents near town fl Lubricating Machinery Oils, Greases and Gasoline. Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pipe and afternoon at 4:30 last Wednesday o'clock in the presence of relatives If you don't see it advertised. I've trot it or will yet it for von on short orrW and friends. Uev. Powel.', of Clover Your business, large or small, solicited and appreciated. port, performed the ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Jennings left immediately for their home near Hites Run. General The following business men were in m mm m mm v m wr y A. I mm Frankfort last week: Messrs. U. M Heard, D. D. Dowell and Paul Compton months old child of The twenty-on- e Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Carroll fell last Thursday and broke his arm. HARNED. Will Simmons, of Irvington, spent Sunday in town. V. G. Goodman made ;i business trio Hev. James F. Norman has returned from a visit to his parents in Provi to Louisville Wednesday. aence, II. I. Mrs. Kate Tucker and little grand Judge William Ahl, of Louisville, daughter, Myrna, spent Saturday has returned to his home, after being nlfht and Sunday at P. U. Milncr's. the guest of his daughters, Mesdames The Woman's Missionary Society of H C. Murray and G. D. Beard. Cphesus church met with Mrs. W. T. Soveral Mrs. Alec McClennan, of Chvenaboro, Macy last Tnursdav evoniiri;. has been the guest cf her parents, Mr members and visitors were present and and Mrs. K. Rhodes all reported an enjoyable time. Rosa Mr. and J. C. Payne and children, of Miss JIaye Pile and Mrs. CLOVERPORT, KY. Irvington. spent Saturday with Mrs Watts and children, who have been Mary ('. Heston. isitinf In Owensboro for th: past two of Logans weeks, have returned home. Miss Bettie Kincheloe, port, Ind., was called home on account Jesse Pile and Millis Drane were Capital, Surplus, Deposits and Investments of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Gilbert here last Thursday, cn route to Louis o o I Make o a Buying Profit as well as a Building Profit! out-buildin- I can enable you to do this, as I buy in lartre quantities and have a larrre stock to select from. Are you going to build, paint or repair your dwelling, barn or If not, then you are not interested; it so, then you will need some things of the partial list enumerated below: and Weatherboarding, of Doors, s, h $ Laths, Plaster, s, $ Metal Sheeting Paper, Gutter and Fittings, and Batteries. Fittings THE BEST PAINT, VARNISH, AND INTERIOR FINISHES I Marinn Weatherhnlf. v Strength 1 Contractor Cloverport, Ky. Service Experience k Breckinridge-Ban- Cloverport $330,000.00j Macy. CG tile. Elizi I'iggott a student at State A. T. Drane and Aliss Mary Henry were in Louisville Tuesday and Miss Mrs Wednesday. Mrs. A. T. Adkins spent Sunday in Cloverport. Committees from our churches met at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon and made plans for Day on May 7. Everybody is expected to go. Will you be there? Miss Catherine McGhee and Miss Lida McGhee had a pleasant visit at the country Imme of Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, of Buin Springs, last week. One three incn farm wagon, one corn planter, two breaking plows; sell cheap. McGlothl.in & Son. No. 40 for the Blood Expels scrofulous humors from the blond, which causes constipation, malaria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim(Jet it at Wedding's Drug ples, etc. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Subscribe Now Brabandt, photographer, will Misses Nora and Birdie Drlskell be in Hardinsburg Saturday, Aprill 22 were in town shopping Thursday after Mr. Edgar Lewis was a visitor here noon. V. Our erocery drummer, Guy and in Glen Daan last week. ones, was nere t riday. Albert Hawkins has sold his farm The fol owinir attended Kichardson's near town to Kosseau Dowell. millinery open ng at Garfield last Sat Mr and Airs. John Eeeler, of Kirk, urday: Mesdames James McCoy, Clint spent part of last week with their Uavis, Wilbur Pile, Richard McCoy daughter. Mrs. Leslie Walker. nd Georye Drane; .Misses Ora Le'yh Misses Hannah and Katie Jarboe lllack, Mary, Carlota and Ethel Mc had for their week-en- d visitors at their Coy, Nevah Milner and Mayfie Drane home in Kirk. Misses Agnes Jarboe, All received a nice souvenir and re Margaret Sheeran, Katie Kennedy; port a nice time. Messrs. Frank and Paul Kennedy, Tom The quarterly meeting was well at Ball and Garrett Vessels. tended Sunday night. The following were dinner guests at Mrs Paul Compton spent Friday in V T. Maycey's: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garfield with Mrs I B. Richardson. Crume and sons, David and Raymond; Miss Martine Monarch, of Kirk, was Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Maycey, the guest of Miss Elois Hook Sunday. Missouri Urulngton. The series of meetings at the M. K Miss Ara Black was the guest of Church, South, which was a union Miss Maye Pile Saturday night. meeting, closed Sunday evening. Revs. We are. glad to hear that Mrs. Gil Overly and Lears won a host of friends bert Maycey, who has been danger while here by their elTorts to save ously ill, is much better. souls in this town. Rev. Chestine Kinnlson filled his Mrs. J H. Gardner will spend this regular appointment at Ephesus Satweek in Louisville. urday nignt and Sunday. Miss Sadie Hall will enter the WcU- Miss Mary McCoy spent last Tues ern Normal at Bowling Green for the day with her aunt, Mrs. Tom Driskell. spring term. Miss Ruth Chamblis was the guest Prof. T. S. Williams and his teach of her sister, Mrs. Robert Weather-ford- , Sunday. ers will go to Louisville Wednesday afternoon to attend the K. E A The following were dinner guests at Rev. Ches. D. Milner's Sunday: Miss Maud Smith is spending this In Louisville with her uncle, Klnnison, Mrs. J. V. Tucker; Misses week Doshie Hayues, Rosins, Mary and D. T. Smith, and Mrs. Smith. Carlola McCoy and Myrna Tucker; Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday Messrs. Milton Baslihm. Willis Uaynes, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Hubert Parks and Lewie Davis. Moorman. Mrs. Richard lllack is on the sick St. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell are re- me eunraiujaiiuiis un .!... arrival orr a 11 pound girl, March 18th. Mrs. Ella Mattingly visited her moth ' ceiviu : .Mr. er in Hawesville Sunday. Rev. M. P. Compton and wife and Mrs. Paul Compton, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mrs. S. 1$. Richardson Irvington Breeding Stables j Saddle and Harness Stallion 6 years old, weight, 1 075 lbs. Cline lilack Saturday night. niotort-- to Cloverport BROWN CRESTf tp No. 3853 Siiii rcl 2nd Xo. 1:55:2, liy tticliunl Squirrel No. S!)8, by Black Squirrel Xo. 58. hire Chester D.iro No. 10. His siit!H(luiii, Nannie Garrett Xo. 172, is tho duiu of Chester Dure No 10. Brown Crcl's dam, Kigtret No. H171, lv Chester liy liiiy fMiii.f Vm I.,- - V V O rf j&j "6 The Busy Bee Children's Band will meet Saturday afternoon with little iss Myrna Tucker. All arc. cordially vited to attend. Miss Lula Mattingly spent last week at V. G. Goodman's, the guest of Miss ranees Goodman. Mrs. L. C. Simmons, of Louisville, ;is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ham Kennedy, Saturday. Mr and Mrs. W. C. White, of Kirk, ere the guests of Eli Pile and family Friday. D. II Smith was in Louisville, Cane)-- ' ville and Hartford last week. Saturday was quite a big day in Gar. field, especially for the ladies. Never before has tiiere been such a crowd in attendance at a millinery opening as was Saturday at Mr. Richardson's opening. Three hundred souvenirs were given away by 3 p. in. Mrs. James McCoy was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. W. Smith, last week. Little Mary Louise Moorman spent part of last week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Gregory. Miss llessie II. Weatherford, of Har-newas a pleasant visitor at C. S. Hoard's Saturday and Sunday. Iloss Lyon and family have moved to Virginia. Mrs. Laura Ilridwell has returned after a tew days stay with her sister, Mrs. Walter Brown, in Hardinsburg. C. W. Barnes and Joe Blair attended lodge at Custer Thursday night. Miss Mary Horsley spent the week with her sister, Mrs. Emmet Horsley. r. M. Wood and wife, Miss Julia Dowell and Junius Dowell were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jim Nicholas. Mrs. Lina I'enick and daughter, Mar garet left Monday for Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs C. C Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and daughter visited Mrs Brown's parents Sunday. We are glad to report that Mrs Geo. Gilpin is slowly improving. Jim Harrison and Ova Gray exchanged homes last week. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood. Burdock Biood Bitters as a cleaning blood tonic, is well recommended. $1,00 at all stores. dr. no Irvington, p. w. FOOTE Ky. Too much blow, and too little truth tires tho public and attention is paid such advertisements. Here is the high record made by my Stallions and Jacks in the two crops of colts that have como and 1 challenge the county to beat it, and following tho admonition of St. Paul tho proof is herein mader Comanche Chief The Porcheron Stallion, "Comanche Chief" No. C3416, is a Dark Iron Gray, G years old, weight 1700 pounds. A mag. niticent horso, his colts being tho best proof. While but few of them have yet been offered for sule, I will mention the purchase of a pair of his 4 months old fillies to Mr. C. D. Hard-awaGuston, Ky., for $220.00 cash. No mean price in a year of bad crops and tight money. Fee $12.50. y, The Prime Minister "Tho Prime Minister," Chestnut Stallion, 4 years old, 15 hands. Stockings and Stripe. A natural saddle horse and invariable transmits tho gaits. I will give a written guarantee that a colt from him will show saddlo gaits before it is a month old, matters not what its mother is. Fee $10.00. Black Sampson "Black Sampson," tho big bone Taxpayer-Starligh- t Jack. Most of his mules are the big bono, heavy body kind, but the one bred, owned and exhibited by Mr. Alexander Meyer, Big Spring, Ky., at my 1915 colt show at Bowleyvillo revealed a typo never seon horo before "tho Black Sampson typo." Tho scales and tapo measure scored this colt as follows: Weight, 500 pounds; height, 52 inchos; girth, 54 inches; arms, 18 inches, cars, 27 inches, age, 119 days. I will pay $125.00 cash for a maro mulct, 4 months or un der, that is sound and till right in every way, that surpasses this colt in weight and measurements. Chicago's Pride The Jack, "Chicago's Prido," 15 hands, maintains his Ohio county reputation for high prico mules at weaning time. ,Ilcro is more proof: Mr. E. L. Bennett, Irvington, Ky., scoured this section last fall, buying weanling mules. Ho informs mo that ho punslmsod IS maro mules and 9 horso mules it total of 27 and that ho paid the highest price of all to Mr. .John iUcrcor, ot Irvington, Ivy., K. b L. 2, for a maro mulo colt, lhis mulo wus sued by "Chicago's Prido." Jack foo is $10.00. All colts to stand and suckle. Accidents, if iinr nr. owner's risk I ask your patronage and abovo record is my best claim. Farm 2 miles South of Irvington. n.,... v in it living colt ini.":.. V o A A kjj ?S t)F 3 . , . . nunc t... .mi, ...i.: sunlit, liver .15 Junius lllgu, "lie DOUCS quiet disjiositioii and 1ms proven to be 11 good breed. . ,.. 1.. t mi: i.in ci, mam: .1... 1.?. unci; mmiuhs in. me iiiriu 01 d, Wilson, near a reconl ot $7 living colts in one season. Big Spring lias The above stock will make the season at J0I111 Hlder's new batu, near HardinsburK. $10 to insure a living colt. $9 if paid in 3O days. 1 1 n,"l ........ Tt. i.ik lllnl. aJin muscle and LOOOFOOUS outlay. Miss Frances Goodman spent Satur day night and Sunday with her parl'nrmcrs are very busy during this ents at West View. pretty weather. Little Miss Anna Norton visited hor Mrs. Kvans Carman is the proud pos sister, Mrs. G. P. Maycey Monday. sessor of 11 new Hembraudt piano. Mrs. Laura liridwell lpis returned For earache, toothache, pains, burns, u scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' home after visit in Hardinsburg. S. A. Davis transacted business 111 Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for W00DR0W. emergencies. GARFIELD. H. J. RO BERTS, KY. HARDINSBURG, Miss Kvie Smith, of Constantiue, is Hattie Carman Saturday. Garfield visiting relatives and friends here, Miss Cova Milburu, of Custer, was the Ernest Horsley, who has been prizing Mrs. Gilbert Huffiues has returned to Miss Until Frank was the guest of Miss tobacco in Hartford, came home Satur, pleasant guest of Miss Tearl Davis Sather home in Illinois. Cecil Sipes Suuday, day. urday, Hardinsburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and lit tle daughter, Louise, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell, of near iinariM'i-'M- W Aunt Betsy Compton celebrated 94th birthday Saturday, her James Uaynes writing. is very low at this Miss Ozzie Davis has returned home Miss Lula Carman, of Locust Hill, was the pleasant guest of her cousin. Miss after a visit in Guston aud Evansvilk.