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The Breckenridge news: May 3, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916050301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 3, 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 BRECKENK1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages FIRE . -- ft VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1916. DESTRUCTIVE 4 RAILROAD SHOPS WILL BE REBUILT; WORK BEGINS ON OLD SITE. ONE MILLION PEOPLE IN THE Four Firemen Injured When L., H. & Rebuilding Their Shops. joicing. St. L. R. R. Company Completes Plans for Re- Cloverport People Sunday-School- s of Kentucky Roof Fell in While Fighting May 7, 1916 You owo it to yourself nnd your Stntc to attend Sunday School on Ma' 7th. If you find there any jjood for yourself, or any opportunity to do pood for another, become a permanent mem- the Blaze to Damage Amounts $40,000. PRESIDENT HUDSON HERE R, N. Hudson, president and general manager of the L., H. & St. L. R'y. Company, was here Thursday and announced that definite plans have been made to rebuild the shops which burned at this place March 13. Work has already begun on their site at the West Knd of this city. Every body in Cloverport and all over STORES WILL REOPEN SOON. Fire in the business district of Owens boro Thursday evening, April 27, did damage to thr amount of 40,000 before the flames were under control The fire which started in the dry goods store of Frank C. llrown. on Second street. jumped to the building of Andrew Ilres-lea harness and buggy dealer, at the rear of the llrown store, nnd facing on Allen stteet. The loss to the llrown store is estimated nt $16,000, and had $9,500 insurance on the stock nnd fixtures. Mr. Hresler's loss will amount to 7,ooo mmwm the county are rejoicing that the L., II. & St. L. Ry. shops will be rebuilt here, as it would have taken the heart out of Cloverport and even Hreckenridge county, had the Henderson Route moved its home to another city. For the last filteen years the L., H. & St. L R'y. shops has been quite a home institution for most of the employees during that time have been young men, who were torn and reared in Cloverport and now own their homes here. The majority of employees who have come from other places, caught the home spirit and bought nice residences. For this reason the citizens of Cloverport are particularly glad that the shops are being rebuilt, as it would have been the breaking up of many homes had the plant been moved to another city. Frank Ferry, master mechanic of the L., H. & St. L , hii3 had his office on the grounds ever since the fire and much necessary work has been done, giving employment to many. How ever, several of the men, oldest in the Henderson Route service, were sent to Louisville where they are working for the road in the L. & N. shops. "Will the shops be rebuilt in Clover port?" This question has been asked hundreds of times since March M, and now that it is answered, the business men are more optimistic than they have been for years. With new railroad shops, Cloverport will take on new life in a business way. The citizens are very appreciative to all those respon slble for the decision to rebuild the shops in this city. ber. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHQOL ASSOCIATION ."3S &AKN5 POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tarf ar NO HUM-N- O r, A MEETING FRIDAY FOR ALL INTERESTED Some outside persons uro noiroti ttini; with me io rent the IJreekcnridjro Fair Grounds. 1 prefer to turn same over to county men, if desired. Sat'crul local people have consulted inc and evidenced un interest 'inco Mr. IJtibbuirc's editorial nnd the Ilccord Press notice. It lias buen suggested that tt meeting be called for Friday, May 5, tit 1:30 p. m., in my ollice, to sec what can or should bo done. I have the grounds and would be ;lad to rent them, of course. I am willing to holp someone else have a fair,atid urge over mmi interested as a renter, exhibitor, purchaser of trrounds, or otherwise, to sec mo on or before Friday, as I am going to make somo disposition of same. Trulv, VIC HOLMCUTSCX. Accepts Position in Huston, Texas. Downier Murks, of Louisville, who has been working with the Standard Manu factoring Company in that city for some time, has recently been made manager and has taken charge of their branch house in Houston, Texas. Mr. Iturks is the grandson of Mr mid Mrs. V. II. Howmer, of this city, and has many friends who wish him success PHOSPHATE The Manufacturers' Department Store, adjoining the I.'rown store on Second street, was Hooded, and a $16,ooo stock of goods ruined. The Fair, a millinery . J. ardin County Citizen Dies in Louisville. J. S. Bogard, a well known citizen of Enjoying Pure Air. Hardin county, died Friday afternoon at his home in Louisville, where he had resided for the past year. Death follow ed a six months illness of dropsy ot the heart. He was born and reared at Stithton, Ky. , and lived in Hardin county practically all his life. His body was brought to Stithton Saturday and the funeral services were held at the Bloomingtou church. Hon. Ed Morrow to Lecture at Hardinsburg. The Hon. Ed Morrow, of Somerset, will deliver his popular lecture, "On the Trial of Jesus," at Hardinsburg next Monday night, Slay 8, for the benefit of the Parsonage Society of the Baptist church of Hardinsburg. Mr. Morrow is a pleasant and entertaining speaker and should have a full house. W V, Chelf, of California, is sojourn ihg at the beautiful home of Sirs, Ollie Priest, his sister-in-lanear Garfield Day's Decline Average 25c. Mr. Chelf is a brother of the late Judge Weed Chelf, so well known to the peoOne Load of Cattle Sells at ple of Ilreckentidge. Mr. Chelf is there $8.75. Hogs Up a Dime. for his health, and says the fresh, pure air of Hreckenridge is doing him good. It will do any man, woman or child The decline in the cattle prices at the good who will stay with it long enough, Louisville stock yards Monday, averaged twenty-fiv- e cents; and in some instances as much as forty cents was taken off Mrs. R. T. Dempster III. There were no former quotations. Mrs. R. T. Dempster, wife of Dr. R, prime finished steers on sale, but a good T. Dempster, of Glen Dean, is critically number of the medium were on hand ill at her home. Physicians have not The top price on steers was realized on been able to diagnose her case, it being a a load of fancy baby beeves, averaging peculiar one. She was no better when 6Sg pounds, from Marion county, when last heard from Monday. that lot sold at the high price of $S 75 The best handy weight butchers were best sellers at ten to fifteen cents decline School Teachers Named. The hog market advanced n dime The trustees of the Cloverport High throughout the list. Choice corn fed and Graded School at a meeting Friday hogs, 165 pounds and up, $9 7."); i2o to evening all the teachers, ex' I65 pounds, $9; pigs $7 20 to $7 95; cept one, as members of the faculty for roughs, $S 7.") down. llest Calf receipts were 15S head, next year, and have chosen Miss Le nora McGavock to succeed Miss Evelvn veals brought 7jc to So; medium, 6c to Young. 7jc; common, 4c to 6c. CATTLE PRICES LOWER Get a Small Reduction. n, The committee composed of Judge I). 1). Dowell, II. M. Heard and Paul Comp-towho went to Frankfort to appear betore lliv. btate lloanl of uqualizaliou, succeeded i ti getting a reduction of 5 per cent 011 town lots and 2 per cent on farm lands and personal property. Commissioner's Sale. Commissioner Walls sold at the court house door Monday, April 24, the Ada Stone property in Constantine to Jeff Hudson for $l,3.o. The Milt Miller farm of 4I5 acres to Thos Rogers for Joe T. Sands for $4,475. 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After the parade delegate to the Biennial Federation there will be speakiug at "Cheapslde." of Women's Clubs which will be held in All good suffragists are urged to at- - New York City from May 22 to June I. teud. Mrs. C. L. Martin, of Louisville, and Mrs. Chamberlain have rooms at the Notice. Astor House during the occasion. All persons having claims against the selling committee of the V. K. & C. U. of A. of the 1909 crop of red tobacco, sold to Pete Sheerau, Ilro. & C. March 20, 1910, will present same, properly proven, to W J llallman, chairman, on or before June 3. A meeting is called for June 3, 1916, nt West View, Ky., nt one o'clock. All persons having tobacco in said pool are hereby notified to be present to pass on said claims. W. J llallman, 12. H. Tucker, II. J. Hayes, Celebration in Lexington. Irvington Woman Honored. Home Market Best. I' rank Carter has sold his hogs, lambs and wool for July delivery to Heard ltros. His hogs sold on a 60 cent margin; lambs 8 cents, and wool nt 3.I cents. Mr. Carter says it is more satisfactory to sell at home, and that Heard Bros, treat him Paints, Oils and Varnish Stains. REX STRAW HAT CLEANER will g Try our Aluminum and Gold Paints you a New Straw Hat lor 1 0c Family Dr. says ' right. Exaggerated Optimism. 'Bllggins Is trying to bo un op- tlmlst." "Tho last time 1 saw him he thought everything wns going to smash." "Ho thinks so yet. Hut bo's getting Into a frania of mind that makes him suspect that mnybo he'll enjoy seeing It happen." Washington Star. Buy your from Us. Sporting Goods Committee. An Enterprising Citizen. KODAK KODAK out-doo- KODAK invito your Spring is here, the beauties of tho grout Kodak. Anyone can Kodak. Wo do the finishing for you unci develop your films Free. Sam Dix went to Louisville Monday Unbailable. and bought a car load of cattle for W. J. A man very much Intoxicated wits Schoop. Mr. Dix has a fine lot of grass taken to tho station. to put these cattle on and he and Mr. 'Why did you not bnll him out?" In Mr, quired n bystnnder of a friend. Schoop will divide the profits. Schoop is one of the most enterprising "Hall him out!" exclaimed the other. men in Stepheusport. lie puts his Why, you couldn't pump him out." money into enterprises that help his Philadelphia Press. ueighbors and the community, lie is Her Castle. nlways ready and willing to help those Klslo was naughty, and her mother who help themselves was driven to box her cars soundly In tho very presouco of a couple of visiting mints. Through her tears she sobMakes a Record Trip. bed, "And this is tho sort of thing one J, W. Storms, of McDiuiels, made n must endure In one's own house." (juick business trip to Owensboro Mon- New York Post. day, lie was summoned to serve on the U. S, grand jury. lie left home Playing a Sure Thing. Monday morning, was made foreman of Oynlcus Thoso two men aro both In the jury, tried a case, was discharged, love with her, and I'll wuger tho wroug and got back to Glen Dean Monday fellow will get her. SHUcus-Wli- lch night. lie says they move things in one? Oynlcus It doesn't matter which. -- Judge. , the U. S. Court. store, was also damaged. Of Glen Dean, Writes in Reply Four firemen were injured while to County Attorney's Article standing 011 a roof, which fell in Two of the men were rendered unconscious Recently Published on Road and badly cut. Bonds. The llrown store will be opened again as soon as a location can be found Dear Mr. litbb.tge: Having recently LINCOLN AT A DEATHBED. read our Count) Atmrnej's urlicle in your paper in regard to calling for road When "God and Eternity and Heaven bonds, it eems tome that there is a Were Very Noar." better way than thU. Should there be We made a pilgrimage to see nn old an election called, who would vote on retired army olliccr who had been a the Umt? The voters if the county, of Journeyman printer In nn office hi Springfield, 111., and one of Lincoln's course. Hut who will lay the tax, the Intimate acquaintances and asked him property holders to be sure; thus allow to toll us a story that the magazines ing people to vote that never would and books had not found. lie told this; pay a cent of the tax. It eims to me "One day Lincoln asked mu to ride that the of the railroad dis fifteen miles out In the country with trict at least would fight Mich an elechim nnd become a witness to a will he tion to the last ditch, tor we ate now was to write font woman on her deathwas voted on us by bed. When the will had been signed pajinga tax that nnd witnessed tho woman asked him If voters who have never bet called to ho would not read a few verses out of pav one cent of this tax because they the Hlble to her. They offered him the have no property. book, but ho did not take It. but began If it is necessary to call Mich an elecreciting from memory the Twenty-thirtion, then allow tho voters affected by Psalm, laying especial emphasis upon such bond issue to vote on it. This Though I walk through the valley of ro.nl proposition, as Mr. Murray says, the shadow of death I will fear no evil, thou art with me; thy rod and thy lias been worked many ways, but I for stalf they comfort me.' Without the think never properly in the first place. book he took up the first part of the There is a road supervisor that I think fourteenth of John, 'In my Father's the tax payers would be much better house are many mansions.' After he off without. He certainly has done but had given these and other quotations little toward the betterment of the from the Scriptures he recited several roads in our section. hymns, closing with 'Hock of Ages. Now, I for one, am in favor of doing Cleft Tor .Me.' away with the supervisor nnd having "I thought at the time I had never heard any elocutionist qoak with such the County Judge appoint an overseer ease or power as ho did. I am nn old on each road and give each overseer man now, but my heart melts, as It did the money paid on his road, and such then In that death chamber, as I re- overseer give bond for said amount, member how with n pathos truly db and have him to turn in an itemized acduo he spoke tho last stanza beginto said County Judge; also said ning, 'While I draw this tleetlng breath.' count overseer to serve without pay, hencti Tho woman died while we were there. "Hiding home, I expressed surprise giving the road the benefit of the whole that he should have acted as pastor as amouut. It seems to me when a crew well as attorney so perfectly, and he of men knoiv they are getting all the replied, 'God and eternity and heaven tax money they pay that they would wero very near to me today.' "Chris-tla- take more interest in their roads, but as Herald. it is now, manv of tho roads do not get a cent, which to say the leas.t, is very Another Cause For Joy. unjust. I know some few public spirA young woman living In a village near Columbus became engaged re ited men have donated some on their cently to a young man. Tho girl's roads in order to get help from the name for the sake of this talc shall be county, and agteat many more that Jones aud that of the young man Jack should nave done so, but it has ever son. She called at the home of a young been the case that few have the burden matron friend to break the news. to bear. 'Oh. I'm so happy!" said tho young J. G, Moorman and myself have matron. "And Just to think, your pulled the grader free of charge for the Initials won't have to bo past two years hauled it from the changed!" Columbus Dispatch. Falls of Hough and what have we re ceived from the count? Four culverts. Misled. I 'That is Mr. Jlggs of our operating Hence think justice demands that ev department." explained the railroad ery road have its own tax money. Let's toy giv'ng the the benefit of man. his taxes without having so many take "Ob. tho mean old thing!" exclaimed tho sweet young thing. "He told me outs, nnd see if the roads won't be ho wns a railroad man. and I suspected found in better condition in one year all along that ho was n doctor." Huf- - from now. falo Express. Yourr for good roads, and willing to give as much free labor as I feel justiDomestic Efficiency. "Docs your wlfo scold when you get fied in doing. Respectfully, home Into?" W.J. Robertson, 'No. She dictates to n phonograph Glen Dean, Ky, v and lets mo have it the next day when I'm wldo awake." Life. 11 d n tax-pay- Power of Tears. "It's better to laugh than to cry," said tho young girl brightly. "Not If you're trying to manage n husband," snld tho woman. London Thos. Rogers Complimented. Miss Louise Nicholas entertained a number of her friends Friday evening at her home in the West End. The Telegraph. guest of honor was Thomas Rogers, of Tho sweetest Joy, the wildest woe. Is Howling Green, who is visiting in Clo lovo. Bailey. verport. Mr. Rogers being a splendid musician, furnished music, the Why Suffer From Colds? games were and any played Wcddiug's Cold Tablets" will break which helped to make the evening inthat cold in a very short time, 35c at teresting and enjoyable. Refreshments Wedding's Drug Store, were served later In the evening. THE BATTLE CRY JAMES W. GERARD "VOTE BONDS FOR GOOD ROADS Hardinsbure, Ky., May 1. Aealn .n And made so by the law mak an humble servant of the people, I hands? of our State. Don't let next win have the privilege through the Inter ers come without having taken the est and generosity of the editor, to call ter only step by which good roads arc ob your attention to the "Good Uoads In our I tried In my talnablc under the conditions Bond Proposition." county. If you tall to take up this former article to explain In few words and push It to a successful end the conditions that confront our county matter fuss and kick about I shall kflve you log, kindly don't pertaining to roads. bad roads; just take your medicine. my ideas as to the remedy for said conI sincerely hope, for the good of our ditions: every citizen will at of the countv. that The remedy Is In the hands once urge the county judge to call this voters of our county; and by a vote on Meeting," and have the Fiscal the question of roads Is the only rem "Mass Court present at the time set. I hope edy for our bad roads. Thirty years farmers and merchants in each or more of the tax money, at the rate the county will join hands and precinct In the of approximately $3,000 per year, with all other citizens and push tie all the free labor In those years, is words written or In thirty matter. All the lost and cone for naught. spoken in the past ten years of the adyears i240,CO0 of tax money has been vantages of gooa roads financially, spent and we still have practically the morally, educationally, or socially, has same old roads. Vote flWOO for only briefly told the story. I hope the road purposes the same amount you ladies of our county will lend their In In thirty years, with have expended in this "Good Cause." nothing to show for it, including all lluence Respectfully submitted, free labor and expend this sum at UAL C. MURRAY, once in a cautious, judicial and lawful County Attorney llreckenrldge County. manner, and then see the result. Xo graft can creep in If six commissioners Rheumatism. are appointed and chosen, one good reputable citizen from each MagisteIf you arc troubled with chronic or rial district, as a committee to handle muscular rheumatism give Chamber-Iain'- s this fund according to law. This plan Liniment a trial. The relief Is being followed by nearly fifty counfrom pain which it alfords Is alone ties that have voted bonds. worth many times Its cost. ObtainAre we going to sit stiil, with hands able everywhere. folded, as In the past, and do nothing to change the situation? Just growl from year to year and yell at your nilghbor, and "cuW the Fiscal Court and all other county utlicials about the Go to Sunday School next Sunday. conditions of the roads. I candidly A HIKER'S PRIDE. Miss Vollle Clark, of Glen Dean, believe that when you investigate the you will at once unfold your was the guest of I'hoebe Frank Saturquestion, Black mid white checked suiting Is arms, tnkn off your coat, and go to day and Sunday. cleverly tailored to produce this Jaunty work to call an election for a vote on Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Taul, Mrs. Ellen costume with n bobbed Jacket and road bonds, and if anv yelling or IJates and Koba Taul spent Sunday rather full, plain skirt The coat's "cussing" is done, it will be in favor with. fullness has been ended In nn Interest ing Kiissct that buttons down onto tho of bonds for good roads. You would Miss Kessle Shrewsbury was tho not expect your merchant to sell you a guest of Misses Mary and Sudie Bates front. The high collar, the vestec nnd pointed cuffs give an attractive color good suit of clothes for S2.03. Neither Sunday. note In nn Illumliinted embroidery, 1.200 miles of public can you expsct which Is repeated on the band of the Cora Lee Ray was the week-enroad to be sustained with iS.OOO. modified tarn so smart with Its wluey The law pertaining to the voting of guest of Kua Wright. brush atop. For yoiins ladies this suit Mrs. Nannie Lyons and daughter, will give tho best of satisfaction both bonds Is plain and easily iinderstcod. I refer you to one section of Kentucky .Marcelln. returned home from Louisfor style nnd durability. Statutes Section l,.'!07 that will ex- ville Tuesday. plain most of the law. I shall quote Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ball, Ollie Hall, Sam II. Dlx was in Louisville Monparts of said section: George Hill and Frank Pate spent day. Uaster Su.ndav with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. "The Fiscal Court shall havo the J. V. Jarrett. Jr., cashier of a power to issue and sell bonds.... Frank. within constitutional limitations Dover, Ark., after attenking Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shrewsbury bank at ....bonds to bear not to exceed .'i the State Hanker' Association at Litnave moved lu the house with his per cent interest. Ilomls to tie not tle Kock arrived here Thursday for a less tnan ilOO nor more than l,uH). mother, Mrs. Kmma Shrewsbury. two weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. Bonds to run not less tlian 5 years, Both men and women are very busy Syrena nor mure than 30 year. Election Jarrett. and relatives. planting gardens, weaving carpets, can be called by petition of 150 owners ot the county, liled land Too papering and house cleaning. Feel languid, weak, run down? with the county judge Tax to busy to care for their little children Ueadache? Stomach "oil?" A good lie levied not to exceed 3O cents on dome givo remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask tlie most important thing 5100 worth of property and care for them, your druggist. Price $1 00. We will not havo to levy .'!0 cants to tnem work at home wbiie others turn them loose on the tha hundred dollars to carry town. Some little buys must take a A far less per cent will be ample. Of HILL ITEMS. The boys co.v with them to' watch. cour.se the question of amount of goes in the yard cow bonds will be controlled by the sentl play marbles; the rough words, If solid happitits we prize, ment of the people. Toe way to get and garden, which cause many things. Don't Within our heait this jewel lies; this proposition started is to have your as they destroy lay it to their train- And thev are fools who roam, county judge make a call fi' a "Great blame the child, The world has nothing to bestow; ing. What is in the hearts and minds From our own selves our jos must flow Mass Meeting" of all the ritisi-uof of parents? If they beat and curse, And that dear hut our home. tha county to meet with the Fiscal Cotton. Court, discuss this matter, and draft the child will become more naughty. proper patltiuu calling for an Kind and loving words, ruled by tie the The Government work was recumed of God, will right things always election on the question, and uther power at Dam 43 last Thursday. Mrs. Arthur matters that are vltrtl to the question. Duugherty and b;iby, Laura May, left Tnls method has been successfully folOur Grandfathers here to join her husband at that place, lowed 111 all counties voting bonds drenched horses for colic. Tnat was where they expect to make their home Tne election can be had sixty (Ims the old way which was uncertain and for the summer. after petition is liled In County Court. unsafe. Karris' Colic Heinedv does Dr. Parish was called to see David Mr. Farmer, Mr. Liveryman, Mr. iway with drenching is applied on Allen last Thursdav Citizen, how ofti u hive you been dethe horse's tongue with a dropper Mr. and Mrs. Will McCoy have layed in past few years by a break which comes packed in each bottle. moved into the house vacated by Mr. on the road at a great expense to down We Guarantee it. Get it today and Mrs. Hanks who moved in with you? Most of you will answer, "sevWedding's Drug Store. Mrs. Will Morton. eral times.'" Have you stopped to H. M Hashus made a butinefs trip think that the one break down cost you more than your taxes would be, If we to Cloverport last Wednesday. STEPHEtNSPORT. had the money to tlx oui roads, by Mrs Lonniu Kay, although not in her reason ol a bond issue? Have you usual health, is very mucti Improved. Go to Sunday School next Suuday. ilgurud the costs and extra labor to deHurland Dunn and mother have liver your farm products to market? Miss Hale, of Addison, was the moved into one of Job Mullen's houses. Yes, I feel sure you have, but have guest of Miss Cecil Dix Thursday. Mrs. Robert fierce was dowu from never given the lantl question much V. J. Schopp was In Louisville last Louisville last wecic and was on the hill thought. It you had am sure bonds week. among datives and friends, would have brougnt u good roads, II. A. Dutschke and family spent Vnne Pate, of came to see some years ago, at least. ()jr neighSunday at Holt with his father, Julius his daughter, Mrs. Fritz Taberling, bor county, Onio. votes shortly on this Dutschke. Sunday. Ho was en route to Hardlns-burquestion. Mure than of tlie f Hev. '.Kussell Walker attended the to attend court. counties have ro id bunda. Mr. I'lt.z 11, an- vim going to si, ep fifth Sunday Meeting at Irvhigtou. Dr. O. E. Ferguson and family have the next thirty ye.ir, Kin a Whooping Cough. Act) when tut icm ov is mw m jour moved Into Mrs. O. W. Dowcll's prop, One of the most successful preparacrty. Jim Mc.MUIen, of Evansvllle, Ind., tions In iiso for this disease in ChamU visiting his mother, Mrs. McMlllen. berlain's Cough Hcmedy. S. W. NEW HERBAL BALM Ala., lilandon Springs, Miss Uelva J. French went to Kings-woo- d writes, "Our babv had whooping cough LIFE WORTH WHILE Friday to attend the commenceas bad as most any baby could have It. ment exercises. gave him Chamberlain's Cough FOR SKIN SUFFERERS Mrs, S. W. Davis, of Mystic, was Remedy and It soon got him well." the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Drown Obtainable everywhere. On will luvc in a.!mi llie fact that the Sunday, ' origins wtic wor'li rmi turcrful in kt'iiiny down tUn contauious ami Hill Stewart, of Tell City, Ind., is ili. ir lube. oih.ivrc, A luJy of the May Day Celebration. .cm i!i .&. Mining Uic Araaho by Dodge visiting relatives here this week. 11.41 1I11; lulie UM'l a lialiain, obtained I Gov. James D. Illack addressed the in that t utility or brought to in Ilit trr Mrs. M. L. Wegenast attended the m (ruin the coait Indians, which produced commencement exercises at Kings-wood- . citizens of Madison county at a mnss hi. i rful rem. tin in what U known a .cable meeting In the court house ynrd Tues'r iuh and aim weeping eczema, D'EXMA Jul this iiiKmliint in it and jit rcnultt have day, May 2. The subject of his address Lien wonderful. Win. Stephenson, of Magnet, Ind., Is Try tli'j wonderful new herbal lin balm. Suffrage." A delegation Aiply 1) 1..NMA to Locma; to old running the gueit,of.liJsj)rgherj t, was "Woman or to li'i ulcers; to ringworm, pilci, to of prominent men nnd women met the kuii!; Stephenson. ill UrmUIirj and eruptions of the tun. It Governor and Mrs. Ulaclc at the station purilioi and heali. No kiu diicato can live Uorn to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Merrltt, and escorted him to the court house. 1. here D'E.XMA it used. We are the only druggltti In tide town a girl, April 27. from whom D'EXMA, the great herbal balrrji A bauquet was given in his honor and mu be secured. Ak ui today. Mrs. Edd Stiles, of Oklahoma, Is the many distinguished men and women Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. guest of relatives here this week. made short addresses. American Ambassador In Berlin, Who Handled Correspondence on Submarines. MS yj wit- - The Outing Shoe that's Right I, For every kind of out-dowear, you'll get real service and comfort out of or Bicycle Shoes C Soft stock and flexible soles make ihem cool and easy to the feet the toughest leather and strongest t itching ensures you long wear and value. Just the kind of shoe3 v"u should have to meet outing cede this Spring and Summer, federate price nothing better for money. I I mm WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WAR IS DECLARED? United m m Mi E SHOES arc one cf the tamoua ol AK BKANU SHOES proves they're good chocs all T. frjffl Eel mcQUady: Slates Would Lend Aid, Moral and Financial I d ) United States and Germany and the two countries declared war uixm each other what part would this country play? This Is a question that has been asked many times, and the answer Is the fulled States army bo sent to tho trenches lu Flanders and nround Verdun? Would the fnlted States navy be sent to nld the allied squadron In tho North sea and assist In making the blockade of Germany complete? Would a call be Issued for volunteers In this country and the recruits sent abroad to begin training for service? All of these results ure possible, but none are probable. It is most likely that tho fnlted States, if nctnally drawn Into the war, would play a part a sreat deal similar to that of Japan today. Japan nnd Germany are at war. Hut the only part that Japan has played Is to send munitions to Itussla, with maybe a few olllcers to direct the movements of the hosts of Itusslan troops. True, she has given her complete moral and financial support to the allies. The same course would probably bo pursued by the fnlted States. In the event of actual warfare this government would lend Its undivided moral, commercial, Industrial and financial support to tho entente allies, but it Is doubtful If Americans would actually participate In the world war. Our rapidly growing steel and munition factories would be put to work overtime lu tho efforts to turn out as many shells ns possible. Tho German liners now Interned In various American ports would bo seized by the and put into service carrying all kinds of supplies to the allies. Tho bankers of tho United States would stand solidly behind the allies nnd lend all possible llunuclal aid, nnd this probably would be one of tho deciding features of the war. It has often been said that the side with the most money would be the ultimate victor, and with the fnlted States on the side of Kngland, France, Itussla and Italy there Is no doubt that tho financial tide would bo turned against the Teutonic powers. nt Should the worst come of the present crisis In the relations between the I j illusive. Would s Busy Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facilf. ties for his customers, he can't blame me for dealing elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." How do yon know this Tery occurrence doesn't happen with your single telephone. Have an auxiliary line; the cost is trifling. Call the business Office "That's the third time this morning. I can't wait a moment longer on that fellow. Let me see what is IP Again" A Soliloquy in Two Paragraphs 1 1 g 4 g j 2 2 J J C v ' v PRESIDENT'S STAND ON one-hai- SUBMARINE WAR. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY . - Van-Win- The "sacred and indisputable rules of International law," noncoinbatants.whlch the United States Insisted Germany fclmll observe In her submarine warfare, may bo summed tip as BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Mm 1 s 111 freight or passenger ships shall not bo attacked without warning. They shall not bo fired on unless they endeavor to resist or escape capture. Ilefuro being taken they shall bo visited and searched for to establish their belligerent nationality or tho presence of it contraband enrgo. They shall not bo sunk until proper provisions have been mado for tho safety of passengers and crews. Placing them In lifeboats nnd turning them adrift is not suill-clcunless tho condition of tho sea and proximity of laud or other vessels warrant tho belief that thej will bo rescued. ovl-den- follows: I Save ff m H. O. KEESLING, Incorporated Nfow M $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Book-keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMI-- $ TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata-- H log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. ifi Address President BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville, Kentucky tHH II OF IHHe 0 t I HM - ti CATARRH II Lusitania Disaster, In Which 112 American Lives Were Lost, Called Most Flagrant Violation of Rules of Inter national Law. Others. MOST HERE PREVALENT Indoor Worker More Susceptible to Common Diseases Than , Actions of Germany That Led to Her bxisting Relations With This Country Matter Has Been Hanging Fire Fifteen Months. 41 ...........;... history of tho controversy the United Suites and over tho Iattcr's submarine warfare, which President Wilson submitted to congress tho other day, dates back to Pel). 1, 1015, when tho Berlin government served notlco on tho world that on and after Feb. IS It would regard a certain defined territory around the British Isles ns n wnr zone for submarine operations In wlficli all vessels would bo subject to attack without warning. Six days later President Wilson sent to Germany tho note which paved tho way for his going to congress, although ho deferred his trip for fifteen TI1K months. In this note the president Informed Germany the United States would hold It to "strict accountability" for nny Injury which might result to Americans ns n result of tho Illegal German decree. Germany on 10 made public a statement from Its admiralty defending the submarine blockade. Tho United States on Feb. 20 proposed to Germany nnd Great Britain that both cense their Illegal tactics. Gcrmnny gave a qualified ncceptanco to tho proposal, but Great Britain refused to consider the proposal. More than a month elapsed before America became vitally concerned In tho submarine warfare.- On March 28 tho British steamship Fnlaba was sunk - to Berlin the first Lusltanla note demanding nn nioligy for tho attack, a disavowal of the act and a promise of reparation for the lives of Americans lost when the Lusltanla went down. He nlso demanded assurances there would bo no repetition of the act. In this note the president said the German government "will not expect the United States to omit nny word or any net necessary to the sncrcd duty of maintaining the rights of the United States and Its citizens." Gcrmnny delayed Its answer for a When It was received full mouth. It proved unsatisfactory. The next day the country was again startled by the message that a Gentian submarine had attacked the British liner Ordinal without warning, and. falling to sink her with n torpedo, the submarine roso to the surface and shelled her. The Arabic Sunk. Weeks later, on Aug. If), tho Arable was sank. This was one. This disaster was only surpassed by the sinking of tho Lusltniilit, and two American lives were Another wave of indignation spread over the United States. Replying to our protest, Germany on Sept. I) claimed that the submarine commander feared that his craft was In' danger of being rammed nnd that In firing tho torpedo he wns acting In self defense. Nearly two months elapsed before another nllegcd violation of Interuntlou- lo-t.- . vv Probably the most distressing and prevalent dlsoase to which Americans are he' r l catarrhal ntTection of the mucous memhrnnct's. According to medical authorltlts the Indoor worker is more susceptible and Is the worst sutTerer from catarrhal conditions, of which there are many kinds. Catarrh of the stomach and kidneys Is ane of the most common causes of dyspepsia and Hriuht's disease, and catarrhal conditions of the nose and throat often lead to deafness. Nine out of ten cans of deafness can bo traced to catarrh, it Is saM. Frequently the lungs become d by the extension of catarrhal inflammation by way of the bronchial tubes to the lung substance. The mental and physical state of the catarrh sufferers Is, Indeed, very tin fortunate, and It U surprising to know what an Immense numbtr of people ainorg those who reside in such cities as Clovorport are sulTering from this almost universal malady when tlioy believe something else is tho cause ot their trouble. The symptoms of catarrh are: offensive lireath, catntant snlllllrc. discharge ftom the nose, heatlschrs. full head, pains In the stomach, unsound digestion, loss of appetite, broken sleep, and a great liability to catching colds ar.d sore throats. Tanlac, the famous reconstructive tonic, was des'giud to relieve just these conditions. Thousands of mor. and women have unhesitatingly acknowledged tho benefits they have de rived through this Master Medicine Tanlac restores lost appetite, relieves sniffling, discharge from the nose, headaches, and stomach pains, and will assist lu the assimilation of food and bring hack scurd sleep, according to thousands who have real I zed tho benefits from this wonderful preparation. Tanlac is a tonic of rare properties, an appetizer and general iuvigorant designed to rid the system of congestion, tone up the stomach, overcome indigestion, headaches, backaches, of food, nervousness, Mrs. A. M. Wood and Sunday School class went out to J. V. Mnrr's pond Saturday and fished. It was quite a treat for the children. Dallas Hruner and wife have moved to thtlr new home on the Custer road. Rufus Kennedy and family were vis Itlng their parents, Mr. and Mr Tom Pool, Snturday.and Sunday. Go to Sunday .School next Sunday. Quite a number from this place went to Louisville on the excursion SUtirdav. Misses Myrtle Priest and Lottie Willi worth have gone for a two weeks visit with their aunt, Mrs. Luru Hatdln lu I FOR SALE DUROC JERSEYOARsl 1 0 Shephersville. U. U. and V- W. Smith nnd families spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory. Rev. Meng passed through town Sat urday en route to Irvington. He was driving his new Maxwell car. Harvey Trlplett anil family were guests Sunday of Mrs. Triplett's moth er, Mrs. Ella Mattingly Mr. Grey and family motort.il to Kingswood and Westvlew Sunday. Mrs. David Penlck and daughter, Margaret, are visiting In Howling Greeu. Mrs. R. W. Meador had as her guest Ust week her cousin. Miss Laura Allen. Mrf. James McCoy was here shopping Four Mitrch and April Hoars, weight from 250 to 350 lbs., $30 to 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. j $8 m g j G. F MAYSEY 1 HARDINSBURG, KY., Route No. 2. j Q Saddle and Harness Stallion 6 years old, weight, 1075 lbs. 4S Saturday. V. W. Smith spent from Saturday to Tuesday at home with his family. Mr. anil Mrs Paul Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Riissel Compton, of H.irtlins-burg- , were calling at I. 15. Richardson's Sunday. Sieve Haynes ar.d wife entertained quite a number of their relatives to dinnt-Sunday. D. 11. Denton has returned to the Old Soldier's Home after an extetidt-visit with his sisters, Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Sujder. Mrs. Walter Brown and baby, Mary Leigh, came home Sunday, after a long stay in Ilardiiisburg with Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Kincheloe. Maurice Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, was a guest at Tom Gregory's Sunday. J. A. Carbon, of Owensboro, came Monday and organized'a Modern Woodman lodge with twenty members. Best looking men in town. BROWN 0 EST No. 3853 n 8 X M iy Q 9 Hay Squirrel 2nd Xo. 1.55:, hy Uicimnl S.piirrcl Xo MIS, hy Black rfquirri'l Xo. 58. iie Chester D.iru Xo. lo. siios duiii, Xaniiic Ciurrott Xo. 47:2, is the dum of CIumct Daro No. 10. Brown Crest's dam. FijrL'ot Xo. ill 71, hv Chester Chief Xo. 11211, by dialer Dura Xo. 10. $10 to u ii living colt. h.V -iu-ii- rc X J A 9 6 V V! Larue lllack Jack with white points, over 15 hands high, fine bones and muscle and a quiet disposition and has proven to lie a good breeder, made the last three seasons at the farm of Chesley D. Wilson, near Big Spring. Has a record of 52 living colts in one season The above stock will make the season at John Hitler's new ham, near Hanlinsbiirg. Sio to insure a living colt, iy if paitl in 3O days. LOOOFOOUS T0BINSP0RT Mrs. Thomas Ryan, of Cloverport, was buried here Friday in the upper ROBERTS, H. a.HARDINSBURG, KY. 0 s." dizziness, ailments of the kidneys and liver, and the complaints that are so common to the half-sicdebilitated men and women of today. Tanlac may be obtained now In Cloverport at Wtdding's Drug Store, wnerc it is being especially introduced and its merits explained by the Tanlac Man. cemetery. Mr. Lauer, of German Ridge, was at Wiuchrll's Monday after fruit trees. Miss Gladis Groves, of Tell City, vis- FARE $322 GARFIELD. try- - '' 9i. Z? i Geoige Beard, of Indianapolis, wat n mirst at Mrs, Willa Compton's part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stinnett, of near Lost Run, entertained a number of friends anil relatives Sunday to a splendid Kaster dinner. Twenty-on- e invited guests were present and all spent an members. enjoyable day. Kev. Klnly preached in Miss Ethel Ahl was In Cloverport Tnursday. the afternoon. Donald Smith, of Cloverport, was the Mrs. Fannie McCamish, of Mnceo, is viaitlng her .sister, Mrs. Bettie Stinnett. guest of Vevah Wlnehell on Sunday ited relatives and friends here the first of the week. Chas. Sheldon, of English, spent the end of the week here with his family. Mrs. Sue Tucker and two daughteis, Bernice and I.elin, and Miss Cecil Hall, of Cloverport, spent Easter with Marlon Polk and family. Miss Mattle Williams, of California, is the guest of herauut.Mrs. William Suddurth. The revival conducted by Uev. Jack and Dr. Shepherd closed Sunday night at the M. E. church with twelve new lw BETWEEN CLEVELAND & Tho l.irjrr- -t nn lions ivr Juw nost eostly ciuracr on any Inland water of tho nor! J. Sleeping aecomrmxla "CITY OF BUFFALO" 3 MEn'f;:fnt Steamer "CITY OF ER1" CLEVELAND-DaU- y, !avoCl-r'mJ t 1 he Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" J'-- ' l ts B.m P. M, I c.ivo UnTaln P.0OI. M. 0 JO A.M. Arr.o ClcvilanJ Atmtf liUialo (Central t'tandnnl Time) Connection at Buffalo for Nhjrarn l'a1U an J nil lostcm nni Cm.vlian point. Itailrcad tir k unj Kutfalii are Kod (or tram jut Ut.un on our itcamcni. AIt lU rixvJ.i-onr UCfrit aftu tor ucn-- vm u.cj it. i.u--. pactional (jusiIj chart, allowing loth exterior ami inferior cf 'llwMlrunt rolnrt.l of fite c inti to covir pootaeo and nmlir.tf. Abo wk cnt on Ship piftnrUl ami ilncriptlT Uwklt?t frv. for our May Icito Nov. 15ih-BUFFA- LO THE CLEVELAND & UUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, Ohio t. Photos by American Press Association. ADMIRAL VON t 4 d DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... TIRPITZ AND GROUP OF GERMAN SUBMARINES. DENTIST fl(flio Unnrc "a. in. to 12 m. uiuvk nuuw. p hi. ttca l, m. Alwiivs In tilllfi' tlurlnn ;c tllcu liuurst. by a German submarine, and ICO lives, al law was perpetrated by the submaincluding that of an American, were rines. This occurred outside of the war zone. Tho British liner Persia lost. was torpedoed lu the Mediterranean Attacked American Steamer. sea with the loss of several American Three weeks later the country was lives. An Austrian submarine was aroused over tho attack on tho Ameri- blamed for this disaster, however. Tho first real action taken by Gercan steamer Cushlng by a German aeroplane and the American tanker many on the Lusltanla disaster took GuUMgut by a German submarine. placo on Jan. S, 1010, when tho Uerlln Three lives wero lost as tho result of government promised to pay Indemtho attack on tho Gulfllght, although nity for tho lives that had been lost when this liner was sent to the botthe vessel was not sunk. was pon- tom. While the administration dering over the course to bo pursued United States' Final Word. with respect to theso threo vessels tho Tho next day tho Hunt word from German embassy took stp3 to warn tho United States on tho Lusltanla was Americans off enemy merchant ves- dispatched to Berlin, and nine days sels. later tho German reply was received. Without consulting this government This was a most optimistic note, and tho German ambassador caused to be tho belief gained circulation that the Inserted hi n number of metropolitan submarine Issue had been settled for newspapers an advertisement Inform good. lug American citizens that it was danIt was only tcu days later, however, go upon ships of that Germany wamcd tho world that gerous for them to Germany's enemies. all armed enemy ships would be sunk On May 1 an advertisement of this without warning. Tin rules of Intersort was printed Just boforo tho national law permit tho arming of a sailed from New York. Hun- merchantman for defensive purposes dreds of tho passengers aboard the only. Tho United States promptly devessel received telegrams Just before manded a withdrawal of this order. On March 25 tho United States heard Bho sailed warning them of tho danger. Tho vessel sailed and six days of tho Sussex disaster; then In quick later was torpedoed. Ono hundred and succession tho sinking of tho Eagle Point. Manchester Engineer and fourteen Americans lost their lives. Germany attempted to prevent dras-(jTheso disasters proved to bo tho action by Instructing Ambassador back, Jfon nernstorit to couvey a message of straws that broko tho camel's sympathy to tho president and to ex and on April 10 Prcsldeut Wilson press regret that military necessity warned Germany that unless sho Immecompelled It to tako the lives of non diately ceased tho uso of submarines in attacking passenger and freight cap rombatants. diplomatThis message was' delivered to the rylng vessels a severance-o-f ic relations waa tho only course reon May 10. president Three days later tte president Mat maining open. Lusl-tanla h Irflngton, Ky. No. 1. mo begin by Baying that theso LET nro not the usual kind you read about in the papers. CRIME NO HIDDEN AND HORRIBLE WILL BE DISCLOSED) NO SECRET MARRIAGE WILL BE HERE. DIVULGED TO A STARTLED COMMUNITY; THERE WILL OF "PRICELESS" BE NO REVELATIONS BEAUTY SECRETS. a Portable Green Houses.Hot-be- d sash and Silos ilfSV CYPRESS CREEM-HOUS- E AND TANKS MATERIAL -- ' v- gi Perhaps you expected something of this sort when you glanced at tho heading and now feel a trifle disappointed. BUT I PROMISE YOU THAT THESE REVELATIONS WILL SURELY BE QUITE AS INTERESTING AS THOSE YOU HAVE BEEN ACCUSTOMED TO SEE IN THE NEWS COLUMNS PERHAPS MORE SO, BECAUSE I Art GOING TO TOUCH ON A SUBJECT HERE THAT VITALLY AFFECTS YOU DO NOT. AND YOUR FAMILY AS THE OTHER "CONFESSIONS" Seiul for Catalogue. Live Loral Auont WanteiL' renders from time to timo Bomo of tho sccrots of profitablo shopping. I know quite n few. IN BUYING THINGS. 1 HAVE I HAVE SPENT ALMOST A LIFETIME FROM PINS TO EVERYTHING NEARLY PRETTY SHOPPED FOR I HAVE BEEN IN ALL THE STORES AT HOME AND IN PIANOS. I AM GOING 80ME IN THE BIGGEST CITIES IN THIS COUNTRY. TO TELL YOU WHAT HA8 TAKEN ME YEARS TO LEARN. And I nm going to tell you of somo of tho shopping opportunities that I como across in my daily visits to tho stores things that you usually don't hear of and that will help you to toko somo of tho cost out of tho "cost of living" we hear, so much about. I am going to tell it to you in a neighborly way aa one woman to another. I think I've said enough fox today, bower er. Watch for my next article. MM. MMiWft HOPPER. I was commissioned by this progressive newspaper to tell its women Farmers Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hofislieiid of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market valuo and returns promptly niadu GLOVER & DURRETT, L. T. Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. evening. attended church Sunday night. Auxiliary meets this week with Mrs. Milton Squires, Mr. Couch, Hudson Bonier and Ohio Clark, of Cloverport, Cletus Lewis. Cannelton'Telephone. THE BRtCKENRlDGE NEWS JOHN 1). BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ional Hi p&A- - WEALTH ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KYM WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. What m the Engineers are Doing m 1 Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. SHOPS WILL BIS REBUILT. Tho best news wu hnv this week U that tho shops will bo rc built in Cloverport. The L.. II. & St. L. Rnilrond Company ha pleased thoiiMimN of people nil nlonjr the road, over tho county and friends in other Elites by ruhuildinir tho nhop here. It U n pleasure to know that Mr. Hudson, the president, is at. the helm, puidinji and Evdirecting every top that U best for the road and all concerned. ery pei on, every town mid every piece of latin that comes, in touch with the road is and realizing this Cloverport was more, than anxious to have the Imps hero airain. There is no railroad in the United States that acts as many compliments from it own patrons, employees and friends us the Henderson Route, mid everybody like- - to pitronize it, work for it and say a good word for the L, II. & St. L. Let us all continue in Clover-por- t to show our appieciation for the Henderson Route this road L'ivcs us occupation and advantages untold. --- rvjlHMTY thousand American engineers arc iae making a cam index survey ot American in dustry so that it may be prepared tor its vital part in defending the Country, if need comes. The past eighteen months have taught us here in America what lack of industrial preparedness has meant to some of the countries now at war. These nations had the ships and they had the men; but when the hour struck, their factories were not able to furnish the colors with arms and shells and powder. Their factories were not prepared. And our factories arc not prepared. But it is not enough (o draw a moral. In the United State! fire Civil, Mining, Mechanical, Electrical great Engineering Societies and Chemical have pledged their services to the Government of the United States, and are already working hand in hand with the Government to prepare industry for the national defense. They receive no pay and will accept no pay. All they seek is opportunity to serve their country, that she may have her industries mobilized for defense. the manufacturers, the business All elements of the nation's life should support this patriotic and demomen, and the workingmen cratic work of the engineers, and assist them cheerfully when asked. There can he no teller national insurance against war. The Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, representing all advertising Interests have offered their free and hearty service to the with these five President of the United States, in close Engineering Societies, to the end that the Country may know what the Engineers are doing. The President has accepted the offer. The Engineers have welcomed (he This advertisement, published without cost to the United States, is the first in a nation-wid- e series to call the country to the duty of cooperating promptly and fully with the Engineers. NAVAL CONSULTINO BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES Tm T A life immMWmi ' .. man with money got -- 1 the money that someW' people wasted- m i7 m mam Lk. . . -- 'ao li1kiiEW.SV.'' Himmmmv irr,L .rf s - I . v. ,, -- m If YOU are extravagant roll this heavy stone out of your pathway to SUCCESS and WEALTH. 4rii MAKING THE BEST OF I'AVE. Tni KNOlNEtRINO SOCIETIES BUILMNQ Vxtm or Cim t turn larrirvr of Mii0 la tntll Aik cvomiatiim rtm Tat Amimc Sorurt ot Mrimku FrotaiiM Tat Amiika latnTtrra m Itanaicu tuoiMMi Cut km Socirrr f WEST TH STREET, NEW YORK One from one leaves NOTHING. If you spend ALL you earn with your labor or in your business you have nothing left. That's arithmetic. The way to quit throwing money away Is to QUIT. The way to begin to put money in our bank and grow rich is to BEGIN. Begin now and Put YOUR money In OUR bank Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. It does not matter how poor or unfortunate you are, you can en joy many things in r Iii life without the trouble of owning or caring for them. Many a poor person has enjoyed more of his life than any rich man, simply because early in life ho learned to enjoy things without owning them to Mich an extent, that he never seemed to have tho slightest envy or jealousy in connection with the property others, but rather -- howed gratitude to those who owned them. The seciet of happiness is in n cheerful, contented mind. "He is poor who is dissatisfied; he is rich who is contented with what he has.'" The ability to gather enjoyment from all sorts of sources is a di vine gift. It broadens tho life, deepens the experience and enriches the whole nature. It is a great force in self culture. The habit of feeling ricli because you have developed the faculty of extracting wealth from everything you touch is riches, indeed. iPtiilfll AH ilii PAIR THE BANK OF HARDENSBUR6 ORDEAL & TRUST GO. FOR STUDENTS. Stretches TRYING Vho A OF SKIS. Examination In China Mean THE NEWSPAPER AGE. This is indeed the age of the newspaper. With or without good reason the people look to the newspaper not only for the daily round of information, but often for leadership in civic and political allairs The newspaper which is clean in all respects, which has high ideals, must always be a factor in the inlluencc which build for public bet torment, and to a degree for the promotion of the moral und spiritua welfare of the people among whom ho labors. These aro the duties and burden-- , which the newspaper man cannot shirk if he would take his appointed place among his fellow men, and he is very fortunate if he receives the full measure of confidence und respect, which those of his readeis who are ically worth while, aie willing to bestow upon a deserving Tom Ryan and his family worn in town shopping last Friday. question. Mr. Ryan told Mrs. Ryan to get her u hat and not ask tho price of it Tho students who took their scats on "You live in the country and you should have the best," he said to this first midnight arc sounded out by his wife when alio picked out one of the prettiest hats in the store, a big drum at 0 lu the afternoon. They have Mr. Ryan is right. So many people think because they live in the pleto eighteen hours In which to com their essays. They nre permitted country, they can wear clothes, regardless of style and quality. But to bring Into the hall only lisjht con' they should bo the best dressed people of all because they can better fectlonery, although tea Is often passed. afford good clothes then most men and women who live off the farm In other words, they are expected to work and not to cat. They are allowed I ho bond issue for good roads is started. Keep it up. Nothing like stin ting something. Every man should have his say and "his say" will bo aired through the Breckenridge News. The News is for a bond issue, but like all other issues, there are two sides to it. Can't we pool our issues and our enthusiasm and go right after the bonds. It is the only practical move for good roads. the six hours from sunset until mid' night for rest, when the same men re assemble for n second trial. On the third night those who nre thought worthy make their third cf' fort. With the third period the exam' inatlon is completed, and a second set of men enters on the three days' ordeal. No of Strenuous Work. UwiiIiik in China Is held In great rs- teem. ami. .says the Washington Star. a scholar Is a marked and privileged num. In one typical literary center. Kancltnu Foil, where students gather for their examinations, the working of tho Chinese educational system may bo observed to advantage. A brilliant scene marks the opening cf an examination, which Is held lu u great inelosure. tho approaches to which, as well as the platform, are gorgeously decorated with red mid yellow lanterns. Strangely enough, the doors arc thrown open at midnight, and It Is then that tho candidates, who may number a couple of thousand nud who aro dressed in the long blue robes of the scholar, march in and take their seats. The literary chancellor of the prov ince, clad in silken garments of great magnificence, seats himself upon the platform. The doors are then closed. and the "text" from the classics is an nounced. The chancellor selects the text at random, and It Is upon that text that tho student must base his essay. Since the essay Is composed un der the eyes of an examiner and his lieutenants, cheating Is out of the Most everybody we met Monday were rejoicing over tho of the shops at Cloverport. President Hudson has certainly about "l'enslar White Pine and Spruce made a with tho people of Breckenridge. e aie proud of Balsam." The formula of this great another sentiment among our county men that they all love Clover- cough medicine is on every bottle. 25c at Wedding's Drug Store. port and are deeply interested in her well doing. ten-strik- Secrets e nails and you will find, no matter how old It may be. It will cook in tho same Human experience, like tho stern lights of a ship at sou, illumines tlnio and bo Just ns tender as the ordi ican Hoy. nary stewing chicken. only tho path which wo have passed over. A Story of Daniel O'Connell. This is a family tradition handed Tho groat Daniel O'Connell was down from my grandmother, who was nbout to bo n member of tho Do You Know That Tree That is Almost an Orchard. a famous cook in her day. Just how house of commons. Tho vote was pubtho nails net on tho meat to produce lic. Tho landlords used all their Intlu-enc- o In Farm and Fireside is an account of tho effect I will want to Walking is the best exercise and the leavo to some to prevent tho of Daniel a California fig tree whose annual crop scientist to discover. cheapest? I'hilndelphla O'Connell. They threatened up to The United States Public Health Ser- nt retail prices would average one hun- Keeord. tho tlmo of tho voto to evict tho poor vice administers typhoid vaccine gratis dred dollars. The tree is of the Mission Irish tenants. It meant misery and Stevenson's Last Chapter. variety. It was planted thirty years to I'cderal cmplojees? ruin for them nnd for their families. A Itobert Louis Stevenson died nt Sa young Irishman on tho stand weakened ago, is forty-sifeet tall and has a spread A little cough is treqttcntly the warn-lu- g moa, stricken suddenly down In a day of limbs reaching r at tho moment ho was about to vote, feet. It bears signal of tuberculosis? of great heat Ho wrote hard all that a ton or more of figs every year. morning of tho lust dny (Dec. 3, 1S01). before tho threats of his landlord. Hut Had teeth and bad tonsils may be the his motiter was there. She called to Ills Half finished book. "Iferiulston." him. "Oh. John, icmeiuber your cause of rheumatism? April is Month for ho Judged tho best ho had over written, soul!" And tho son. reassured by tho Unpasteurized milk frequently spreads Beginning Wars. and tho senso of successful effort made-hi- courageous appeal of his mother, cried disease? buoyuut uud happy ns nothing before the throng. "I vote for Daniel elso could. "At sunset ho camo downThe dwelling leads but to the Four out of five of the greatest wars in stairs," says his cousin and biographer. O'Connell!" Ills example was fob grave? which the United States ever has partici. Graham Ilalfour. "Ho railed his wife lowed, nud the election of .Daniel O'Connell was a veritable triumph. Moderation in all things prolongs life? pated in began in the month of April. about tho forebodings she could not The careless spitter is a public danger? Thus, if the United States should be- shako off, tulked of a lecture tour to Letter In New York Times. come embroiled with Germany at this America that ho was eager to muke. 'as ho was now so well,' and played a Bugs on Vegetables. La Grippe and Fever Cured. time, it would only be following a well game at cards with her to drive away set precedent. The dates follow: Cucumber, tomato, and squash vines her melancholy." lie died at 8:10 In "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Revolution, April 1 9, 1775. the evening of that day In the forty-- earn to be the feeding place for bugs Tonic cured my husband of LaGrlppe Mexican War, April 24, 18O4. fifth year of his age. and worms but D. A, Thomas' Louse and Fever after other remedies failed." Civil War, April 12, 1861. Killer kills them at one application. LULA C. ROACH, Drlf ion, Fla. Spanish War''Ap'ril 21, 1898 We guarantee It. ..Wedding!. .Drug Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Go To Sunday School Sunday. Store. The war of 1812 began June 18, 1812, x fifty-fouair-tig- A Strange Tradition. The Bank of Htirdinsburg & Trust Company is sending out tome When you put your chicken on to mighty good literature to tho fanners in this county. These circu- cook, If you aro uncertain about Its lars should be read and studied, rotcad and then filed away for fu- age, place In tho utensil In which you aro cooking It one or two clean rusty ture reference. First Attempt Is Great Sport Far tho Spoitatcrs. SkN "? Ions, iktiuw strips of wood turned up nt the toes, with strap In t'.ie middle to hold your foot, and they have spirit of evil running through the whole length of them. We were Inveigled Into trying tho thlnes. To our everlasting legret we admit It. The idea. Is to walk to the top of a nice, smooth, snowy, slippery bill, put the things on. take a pole in your hand and slide down. Well, we walked up all right: we even got safely to the place where we pushed off with the po!e. Then, all nt once, tho top of the hill seemed to Jump away from us and the bottom to come surging tip nt us. Wo felt lu our stomach as If some' body was trying to move It up near our front collar button. And we were go Insl .My goodness, how wo were going! We Mild It was u nice smooth hill, didn't we? It was when we walked up. but something had meddled with it before we stai ted to come down. Thero were waves und swells und gullies, and every time wo struck one our right ski showed a desire to travel west while the left one wanted to go due north. It wan disconcerting. Most of the time we wabbled. One ski got tired nnd wanted to ride on tho other one. In our heart we knew we never would get out of the scrape alive. And then right ahead of us loomed up a hummock. It was the highest hummock we ever saw. and there wasn't n chance to dodge It. We muttered goodby to ourself and kept on determinedly very determinedly. Xoth-lu- g short of a collision with a locomotive could have stopped us. Swoop we went up the side of tho hummock, and In n millionth port of a second we that the thing quit suddenly at tho top. Tho other side was a miniature precipice. Mnybo it was four feet down, hut the four feet happened nil of a .sudden and violently. Later wo found out tho thing had been put there on purpose. It was a criminnl thing, to do. Wo left that hummock abruptly. Tho nir became full of us. We waved our arms and legs nnd lost our pole, and presently wo camo down not gracefully and gently. nut we got down just tho same. Wo don't know yet where our loft ski went, nor do wo know where a quarter of an acre of skin selected at random over our person went Wo do know that it took two strong men with snow shov els ten minutes to dig us out of tho drift Skiing Is said to bo n sport. It is. it is a grcut sport for tho specta tor. Wo can think of no greater pleasure than to watch our worst enemy try a pnlr of skis for tho first time. Amer11 11 HARDINSBURQ, KY. .J I Wire Fencing, PliiilTrRlhFRoofiiiii 1 Bought before the advance. If you want to save money, write us for prices. Your Inquiries will have Prompt Attention Sj A FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, Manager Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. TRY A WANT ADITODAY We are Packing coupons I hat Are Worth Money lo You HV H jH fin p each 24 and 48-lSacks of any of our flour. This is a Profit- sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. b. e I LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. i Clean Old Ragsi Wanted AT THE 1 I 1 I NEWS OFFICE f Farmers Interest! W. J. OWEN & SONS, Seed Corn from best Kar Com we could find In Indiana last year. Also Johnson County White and Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at $3 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. I f - Hardinsburg, KyI m mm rui jtxh i.'N&vvo ugau1 "iuc J f 9e Breckenridge News 1910 K WEDNESDAY, MAY. 3, ;J WHERE CAN YOU GET Lawson, of this city, motored from Louisville Monday, and while here will be the guests of Mr, and Mrs John Lawson. THE TOWN SLOUCH Ity ELLIS M. CLARKE. I'Matcrcd at the Tost Odllcc nt Clorerpor t, as second class natter. j Singer Sewing Machines? Any kind of machine Needles? Oil, Oil Cans, Helts, Etc.? Poisons Retained In the bodv causes rheumatism, scrolula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For The Wood expels' poisons from the body and cures blond poison In Its worst form. Sold by Wedding' Drug Store. CHURCH WEDDING. 1 All at once Spring is here. House Cleaning on in earnest. Ahout the first planing is for fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING 0Y THE 1f Good Window Shades! fat cczsnn.'; WHERE CAN YOU GENERAL OFFICES GET fCW YORK AND CHICAGO 1. SRAflCI IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 2.C0 f for Precinct mid city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices Id. 00 For State nml District Offices.. .10 For Calls, per line 1 For Cards, per line For All Publications In the Inter est o( Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line . Train Schedule H. & iThe L, St. 19, . Effective September 112 141 Arrlvln KAST HOUND will Icavn CloiTM)rt. Arrlvlnir Irvlnsrton HawlllIeavuClcivcri,ort. Arriving Irvlnston . will lenvo Cloverport Arrlvlnjr Irvlwrion . ArrlrliiK Loulsvlllu . litilivllle. . . .. WEST HOUND . f Arriving Owpnsnoro. .. Arriving llrndcr'on Arrlvlwt Evunsvlllu Arrlvlnjr St. Louis ... No. 113 will leave Cloverport... Arriving llawcvlllo .... Arriving Owinstxiro No. 143 will lrnvo Clovrrport Arriving Owensboro. ArrlvlnR Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis. No, 117 will leave Cloverport.... Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . . . . No, 111 will lenvo.ClnviT)ort... The wedding of Miss Virginia Ireland McGavock and Mr. Perrv Davis, of Warsaw, Ky., will be solemnized In the Methodist church Wednesday, May 10, at .1 o'clock. Miss Leuora McGavock is and to be her fritter's Miss Elizabeth V Sklllman, of Morgan Mr. WarrerJ Whenever Cy Cawklns Gets Reflective field, the bridesmaid, Mis' Cawklns' Industry Is Mighty Clovcrport, Ky. Davis, of Warsaw, brother of the Comfortln' to Him. on groom, will be the best man, and Mr. can do all this to your satisfaction. Harold Brown the groomsman. The Tli world doesn't caro how a man settles down, L. Rev Mr. Paul S Powell will be the Nor Is it particular when, officiating clergyman. Provldln' ho lias a repute In th' town Miss Darst, of Hardinslmrg, is the Of settlln up now an' then. 1915. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Darst. With th' average man Monday U th' ANNOUNCEMENT. Mike McCrackcn left Sunday for Cinweak end of the seven financially. !!ir A. M. cinnati, where he has accepted n position, .10:1(1 A 12H0 V. M Kev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsvllle, atv. m ,. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. ll.tll announce r.:i(i p. m tended the G. A. R. meeting at LexM 7:40 V. the engagement of their daughter, Miss ington. 5:07 A 5:51 A. M. Hall, to Mr. Ollver O. Lewis. Mrs. H. V. Duncan will be hostess to Lucv Jane wedding will take place in May. M, the Ladies' Reading Club Thursday The A. -j-j Your old couch Upholstered? Your hroken chair Repaired? And the numerous other little thinus done, all of which it takes to make the home that which all men desire after a hard day's work. ThP Kind Thai s Wnrih Hnvmn & .St w ! & Penick's Cabinet and Repair Shop lg r. We have Ours are them in the staple colors. Special sizes not in stock ordered for you with extra speed. Don t tail to see our line of made-to-weas. 1 & St St r, m New Curtain Goods and Curtain Poles, Floor Oil Cloth, Straw Matting. Scrim Lino-le- R'y. St ft Let Us Show You Kit 12:01 P. M, 1:23 I. M 7.40 I'.M 7:00 P.M. V. M ,1J:.'.S I'. M . .. ISdtA.M 8:18 11:51 P. SI 7:M lM 1:4s A. At 2:15 A. M 7:40 A. M M afternoon. John Hnffey, who Is working in Lou isville, visited his wife and daughter last week. Homer Morrison, of Pittsburg, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe War ts. , in-- f .- ?i ?- NoTH when you want advertisement discontinued. Advertisers iliasc notify llie editor r J. a -- C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVlsRPORT, KY. SS5 ?r." v rJL.-- TEA In Honor of Miss flcOnvock at ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale FOltSAf.B-.lersevtnllfliro- A. M ... 9:00 A. M . .7:111 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS a 1 Mpose I ivo in Clnvernort. who Travel and Those who Live in Other Towns and Cities. T .n . ... T. Unurcn ana society nui" eluded. l .t ...Un T Len Gregory is visiting In Louisville. Mrs. J. T O'Connell is on the sick list. Miss Martha Willis was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Leslie Plank was in Louisville Thursday. Julian Brown has Degun work on his new storehouse. Mrs. J. B. Randall Is visiting relatives In Louisville. C. W. Dean, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville Monday. VMrs. J. M. Fitch was in Owensboro Thursday shopping. A. T. Beard shipped during last week six car loads of hogs. Mrs. Win. G. Polk left Monday for her home in Louisville. B. Y. P. U. services will be held Sun day even'ng by group 2. Dr. W. L. Milner, of Union Star, was In Hardinsburg Monday. F. M. Powell, of Glen Dean, returned from Lexington Saturday. Eldred Babbage returned Thursday from Dyersburg, Tennessee. Mrs. Frank Fraize has returned from a visit to relatives In Louisville. Harry Newsom, of Louisville,' spent the week end here with nis family. Mrs. Frank Ferry and Miss Esther Payne were In Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this afternoon. Robert Akins, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill. C. A. Eskrldge. who has been se Margaret Sklllman, beth Skill-narlously ill of blood poison, Is Improving. of Irvington, Mildred Babbage, Leonora McGavMrs. Durwood Wroe, Miss Jane Llghtfoot was hostess to nnd Miss Rice, of Hickman, were the ock, Eloise Nolte, Esther Payne, the Friendship Circle Saturday after guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wroe Sun- Lula Severs, Virginia McGavock, Hay noon. Heyser, Cleona Weatherholt and Bertie day. Cordrey. t, Willard Arnold and daughter, Miss Miss Gertrude Jarrett, of near Bessye Arnold, were in Louisville Mon has returned home after visA Symbol of Health. day. iting relatives in Toblnsport and Clover-por- t. The Pythagorlans of Ancient Greece Mike Tucker, ot Paducah, Is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mrs. Chas. Lyons and Miss Murcella ate simple food, practiced temperance Tucker. Lyons have returned to McQuady after and purity. As a badge they used the spending five weeks In Louisville with five pointed star which they regarded as a symbol of health. A red live Mr. Lyons. pointed star appears on each package Sirs. H. C. Murray and baby boy, of still of Chamberlain's Tablets, Good Teeth Important Hardinsbusg, went to Louisville Mon fulfils Its ancient mission as andsymbol a day to visit her parents, Judge Wm. of health. If, you are troubled with Ahl and Mrs. Ahl. indigestion, biliousness or constipaNot only to the patient's comCongratulations are being received tion, get a- - package of these tablets by Prof. J. R. McCoy and Mrs. McCoy from your druggist. You will be surfort of mind, but often to advancement socially or commercially, and on the birth of a daughter, Lou Wat prised at the quick relief which they Wednesday, April 2s. atlord. Obtainable everywhere. sometimes even to the mere matter son, Mrs. O. W. Sanders and daughter, securing employment and earnof Pauline, of Evansville, who has been McDANIELS. ing a living. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mattlngly, have returned Brickey, at For Special Care Consult home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of North CarJohn W. Jarrett, Jr., Cashier of the olina, arrived last Saturday to be the Bank of Dover, Dover, Ark , Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. guest of his sister, Mrs. John N. Gib- Galloway. son, at Sample. Mr. Jarrett and Mr. DENTIST Guy Hart lost a fine cow last Sunday. Gibson were In Hardinsburg Monday. KHtvcky. The Easter services at the M. E. Hiriiisbirg; Mrs. Jat. Lawson, James, Jr., and Miss church, South, were well attended, and tlWlnisvrg k Trust Co. 0M tiirtnk 4 Lidia Lawson, accompanied by Mr. Jobn (the program enjoyed by all;.: ft Morrison. Hawes- Mrs. Raymond Marshall, of villu, was the guest of relatives ere Miss Mildred Babbage gave a ten last week. Saturday afternoon to tho Krldav Club Saybert was the week end In Mrs. Dee honor of Miss Viremia I. McGiiv guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry II. Norton ock, was A two. course luncheon at Webster. served carrying out the color scheme Mrs. R. H. Pierce, of Louisville, is In yellow and green. The guest of the guest of her children, Mr. and Mrs. honor was favored with a year's subAllen Pierce. scription to The Breckenridge News Mrs. L. T. Reid and little sons, from Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage, Lafayette and Charlie, were in Owens and the guests received favors repreboro Friday. senting products of the farm. Those invited were: Mrs. William Miss Jessie Hudson and Mr. Morris Kincheloe. of Hardinsburg, motored G. Polk, of Louisville: Mrs. Leon Mc McGavock, Misses Miss Gavock, here Sunday. Mcwill have Leonora McGavock and Mary Miss Monnle Moorman Gavock, Susette Sawyer, Frances charge of the Epworth League services Sawyer, Jeanette Burn, Claudia I'ate, Sunday evening. Martha Willis, Katherlne Wroe, Susie C. E. Llghtfoot was in Brandenburg Newton, Mary Couch. Tula Babbage. Sunday the guest of his sister, Mrs. George Dowden. The Parent Teachers Association will MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER meet Friday afternoon at 3:1s o'clock at the school chapel. At the Home of Hns Frank ft Miss Maude Hambleton.of Mattlngly, Payne In Honor of Miss Vlr- who has been visiting relatives here, glnla AlcGavock. has returned home. Thomas Rogers, of Bowling Green, spent the week end here the guest ot Mrs. Frank Payne gave a miscella Miss Louise Nicholas. neous shower in honor 01 miss VirMrs. Phil Zirchle and daughter, Miss her beautiMae Zirchle, were the guests last week ginia Ireland McGavock at The ful home Saturday afternoon. of Miss Evelyn Hicks. took place in the dining room, little daughter, shower Mrs. Fred Ferry and where a huge paper heart hune from of Louisville, spent the week end here the electric light and the heart was of relatives, the guests filled with exquisite gifts for the bride-elecJesse Owen returned to Louisville Sunday after being the guest of his Delicious ices In pink and white were mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. served. The guest favors were little of Clover-por- t pink baskets filled with pink and white The Breckenridge-Banare repairing and painting the mints. Among the interesting remembrances Miss McGavock received were, front ot their banking house. from Mr. Payne and a Mrs. Fred Newton was In Owensboro a farm paper from her mother. e her sister, Mrs. Weaver large pink Friday to The guests were: Mesdames James Tutum. who has bten quite ill. Sklllman, J. B. Randall, Sam Conrad, Mrs. John Weisenberg spent Sunday C. W. Moorman, C. W. Moorman, Jr.; at Rockport, the guest of her daughter, Gus May, J. C. Ni.lte, W. G. Polk, Mrs. Jerry Noble and Mr. Noble. Hillary Hardin, L. McGavock, A. R. Mt. and Mrs. C. W. Moorman, of Fisher, L. Slllord, David Phelps, F. L. Versailles, are the guests of their par- Lightfoot, Hugh Donaldson, W. H. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wickliff Moorman. Bowmer; Misses Claudia Pate, Martha Dr. John Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinch- Willie, Mary Couch, Susette Sawyer, Wroe, eloe, of Hardinsburg, were the guests Frances Sawyer, Katherlne last week of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Con-ra- Mary Gibson, Mary McGavock Eliza- the Home of Miss Babbage. Mr I T7TTT1 JT Cow. Rive', three Dr. W. A. Walker, llnrdlnsliiiri!. Ky. inlieh a d.iy. For Sale Ancona Eggs tiMIl SAIill Ancona ecm for hutchlne: li Jl.oo Mrs. Kobert Harlow, (lien Dean. Ky. FOll For Sale Manning, Eggs. HAI.K Tliorouslihred Wvan-dotte Vlrt Miss Jlnry eiiiss at il a settlnc unenuuii, ivy. A Nice Modern Home. COIt SALE or rent on hilt West of school. house; irood cistern, ciiruen anil our hulldlnirs V'erv desirable location: every thlnir new. Aunly at onco to O. Wethlnirton, leu uity, ina. I For Sale Larjje and Small Farms COIt SALK A number of larco and small farms: SO to coi) acres each, tor particulars write Wm. Adklsoon. HiirdlnsliurK. Ky.. or Junius u. teuton, uioverport, ivy. now in use be sold this year 500,000 more are to No other motor car in the entire world has such a wonderful record for service This year's lowered prices mean the same Ford car of quality and reliability for less money that's all. The Runabout is $390 Touring Car $440; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b., Detroit. On sale by More than ONE MILLION Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J H. L. STADER, Agent Telephone No. 6 Dentist Cloverport, Ky Cloverport, Kentucky V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acKnowledged, TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly u?o this blank in runcvinr your subscription. Plcue pxumino tho lubel on your paper. If your subscription is t. Cloverport, Kentucky k sun-bonn- s-- Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. 12 lo 2 and 6 to 9 p. m Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY due, the Editor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER THE HKECKENHIDGE NEWS, Enclo.-e- d Ky. , W E. Henninger motored to town last Tuesday. sister, lind if , which apply to my .sub- Steph-enspor- Dr. W. Walker scription account. Miss Lewis has been the guest of lur Kirs. Mart Glasscock. M. B. Tucker and Gilbert Galloway Namk .. of McCoy, were In town one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Zach Ginawav and AnmtKss grandchildren, Miss Mary Agner and Joe Rhodes, of McCoy, were the guests of Will Cannon and family last Sunday. RUN Frank Talkington, of Leitchlield, was here on business one day last week. Mrs. Jesse Galloway was the guest of Silas and Orvllle Miller, of New her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. John MatBethel, attended chuich here Sunday. tlngly, a few davs last week. I. II. Bli the was in Louisville last Frank Rhodes was In Glen Dean Friweek attending the K. E. A. day. Rev. Russell Walker filled his regular Rev. Allen preached at the M. E. aDoointnMit here Saturday and Sunday church, South, last Sundav night Capt. Webb and Mrs. Webb, of Falls and was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. of Rough, were in town shopping Knott Hardin. Thursday. Wm. Miller, of Tell City, was the S, W. Glasscock was in Owsnsboro a guest of his sister, Mrs. Allen Waggo few days last week. ner, Monday. Mrs. Raluho Winchell and children For That Cough. were guests of her mother, Mrs. Oelze, "I'enslar White Pine and Spruce Sunday. is the cough medicine that stands Lewis lleavin and Simon Smart were class by itself. 25c nt Wedding's In a in Hardinsburg Suuday. Drug Store, James Waggoner was in Louisville Suffering With Fishophobia. Saturday delivering u nice bunch of fat The other day we are not saying what hogs. day Wm. Pate, l'red l'raie and Paul The infant child of Leo Elder is 111. Lewis went fishing up Clover Creek. Miss Margaret Atwood, of Louisville, They cast their Hues and in a few mo- is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. ments Mr. Pate got a strike and almost Lewis Atwood. lauded a fine bass. Luck was against Mr. and Mrs. Torn Jennings were him and It went "ker spluget" back to guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. the mighty deep. Mr. Pate Is now suf. M. Rowland, Sunday. fering with what his physician diagnosed Mr. and Mrs. Zack Burdette, Louis as fishophobia. - HUES ville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd McClellan, Tuesday. Miss Mabel Hawkins was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. C. II. Smart. Waymin Furrow, who has been here for the past few months, left Saturday for Metropolis, III. Mrs. Sallle Miller, of Tell City, vis- ited relatives here recently. Misses Margaret and Francis Atwood entertained the young folks to a party Friday night. The following from here were in Cloverport Fildav: Mr. and Mrs. Ell Chapln, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Miller, J. It. Smart. James Waggoner, Misses Ollle, Dora It,, and Ada Waggoner. No. Mr. and Mrs. lto.ss Harriett. Mesdames IU1-sa- 40 for the Blood Expels scrofulous humors from the blood, which causes constipation, malaria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get it nt Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Best Time to "In the early Kill Mosquitoes. morning they nearly go to the windows, so if you watch the windows and screens at that time you can make a complete killing." Farm and Fireside. 1 COUNT VON BERNSTORFF In Kaiser's Representative Is Leadthe United States er In U Boat Dispute. THE PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK By covalmost beforo the prince had ered from his surprise, tho car glided off In tho direction of tho Placo do l'Opera. "Isn't It Just llko an elopement?" cried Miss Guile, nnd It was qulto plain to him that sho was vastly pleased with tho sprightly Introduction to tho ndventurc. Her volco trembled slightly, nnd sho sat up very straight In tho wide, comfortablo seat. $1 GEORGE BARR AVCUTCHIiON Author of "Grauslark," Beverly of GrauMark." Etc I Cop)rlght. 1914, by Dodd. Mead and Company j 0lVt VVkVAti CHAPTER XIII. The Cat Is Away. ODIN'S face was glowing with excitement. He put his hands in his trousers pockets and Jingled the coins nervously therein, all the while regarding his minister of police with speculative eyes. At last Kobin, without speaking, held the letter out to the baron, who strode across the room and Without a took it from his hand. word he extracted the 6lnglo sheet of (paper and read what was written GERMAN OiliSIS AIDS thereon: PREPAREDNESS HERE Danger of War Creates Interest In Our Army ana Navy. "My motor will chll for you nt 3 this afternoon, and we will run out to St. Cloud for tea, nt the Pavilion bleu. Mrs. CaMon i military brandies. As n result many citizens who before the outbreak of the European war thought little of military preparation Lave become much interested. There "vfcro several successful camps held In different sections of the country last year, and thoe men who took part in the drills received military Instruction from the remilar army olllcers and in a short time fitted themselves to servo In the army In niMj of an emergency. This year the camps will be more numerous than last. There will bo more interest, nnd It Is expected that twice as many citizens will avail themselves of tbee opportunities to secure proper military training and at the same time have what might be termed n vacation. Aside from the military camps. Secretary Daniels plans to train nt least 10,000 citizens as to the duties of a sailor. The battleships of both the Atlantic and I'uclflc lleets will be used ns training stations, and the cruises will take the men far out Into the ocean, where they will lie taught In the most The war abroad, tbo submarine Issues and the ever present possibility that the I'nlted States may be drawn Is something behind this extraordinary Into the Knropcnn contllct have awakbehavior on tho part of a lady genened In conirress and In Americans In erally accredited with senso and general an neute Interest In national said ho after a moment. "1 preparedness. The contllct has tended think I havo it too. She Is deliberately to show that In many respects this putting you to a rather severe test." country Is far behind In many of the "Test? What do you mean?" spending the day with relatives nt and we may as woll be mice under tlio circumstances. If you hnve another engagement pray do not let It Interfere with the pleasure I am seeking." "Nothing could bo more exacting, my dear prince. She signs herself 'D. Guile,' and I am sure she Is magnificently beguiling, if you will pardon the play on words." "It's a Jolly little adventure," was all that Robin would say. The baron was thoughtful. "There Cham-plgn- "Is it really you?" cried Robin, nnd he was surprised to find that his own voice trembled. "Oh," she said, with a sudden diffi dence, "how do you do? What must you think of me, bouncing In llko that and never once speaking to you?" "I think that you are frightened almost out of your boots," said he boldly. "No, I'm not," said sho resolutely. "1 am only conscious of feeling extremely foolish." "I shouldn't feel that way about stealing off for a cup of tea," said he. "It's all qulto regular, you know, and Is frequently done in tho very best circles when the cat's away." "You see, I couldn't quite scrape up the courage to go directly to the hotel for you," she said. "I know several people who are stopping there, and I I well, you won't think Im a dreadful person, will you?" "Not at all," ho declared promptly, Then ho resolved to put one of tho questions he had made up his mind to ask at the first opportunity. "Do you mind telling mo why you abandoned me so completely, so heartlessly, on the day wo landed?" "Decause there was no reason why I should act otherwise, Mr. Schmidt," sho said, the tremor gone from her voice. "And yet you take mo to St. Cloud for tea," ho said pointedly. "Ah, but no one is to know of this," sho cried warmly. "This Is a secret, a very secret ndventure." Ho could not help staring. "And that is just why I am mystified. Why Is todav so very different from yesterday?" "It Isn't," she said. "Doesn't all this prove It?" He suddenly remembered tho baron's shrewd conjecture nnd let tho opportunity to say something banal go by without a word. Perhaps it was a test, after all. "There aro many thing3 I want to speak about, Mr. Schmidt, and and you know how impossible it is to to get a moment to oneself when one is being watched like a child, as I am being watched over by dear Mrs. Gaston. You will understand, won't you?" "Pray do not distress yourself, Miss Guile," ho protested. "The last word Is spoken. I am too happy to spoil the day by doubting its integrity. As the the car turned Into tho Boulevard des Capucines Robin suppressed an exclamation of annoyance on beholding Baron Gourou and Dank standing on tho curb almost within arm's length of tho car as It passed. The former was peering rather intently at tho two men on the front seat and evinced llttlo or no Interest in the occupants of the passing ton-nen- "fwas pleasantly engaged In 'speculation, that's all. It Is generally believed that Miss Blithers sailed under an assumed name literally, not figuratively." "Is there any reason why you should Iraaglno that my name Is not Gullo?" "Yes. Your luggage Is resplcndently marked with tho second letter In the alphabet a gory, crimson B." "I sec," sho said reflectively. "You examined my luggnge, ns they say In tho customs office. And you couldn't put B and G together. Is that It?" "Obviously." Wash Away C. Skin Sores L. InsuranceTAUL Offici To the many nufferers of nfcln dlscasa the liquid wash, litis become a word. Tliey know It Is rrllnblo nnd they can depend on It, they do not hesitate to recommend It to their neighbors. It has proved Itself n remnrkablo remedy for all forms of i:czcmiu It Is n that Is Sormlclik's!cln, hut harmless to tho most still It Is effective nnd quick In action. If you nro a sufferer from skin diseases, Including ulcers, pimples, scales, crttst or.Kciema In any form, this remedy will not disappoint you. it lias stood the test and today Is tho Blaster preparation for all skin dlsenses. Lome In today nnd ask about our cucr-nntc- o on D. I). D. Also about 1). V. V. tioap, that keeps tho skin healthy. r. I). I)., household Cloverport, Kentucky Fire., I . . nado and YVindstormrf ...-.....f- ct j ' "If you had taken the trouble to look you would havo found an equally resplendent O on the opposite end of each and ever)' trunk. Mr. Schmidt." sho said quietly. "I did not examine your luggage, .Miss Guile." said ho stiffly. Sho hadn't left much for him to stand upon. "Rather unique way to put one's Initials on a trunk, Isn't It?" "It possesses the vlrtuo of originality," she ndmltted. I've no doubt that I? tho amiable Miss Blithers wcro. to tntr of It she'd rush into print and aclnbor mo with tho largest type that nnney oould buy." "Oh, tome now. Miss Guile," ho protested, "it really Isn't fair to MIsa Blithers. Sho was justified In following an illustrious example. You forget that tho Prlnco of Graustark was tho first to rush Into print with a flat denial. What clso could the poor girl do?" "Ob, I am not defending tho Prlnco of Graustark. lie behaved abominably, ruslifng into print, as you say. Extremely bad taste, I should call It. Still, I would bo willing to mako a small wager that the well advertised match comes off In spite of all tho denials. Given a determined father, an ambitious mother, a purse filled daugh- uie, Accitient,nealth a A . a . a J Insurance. Old Reliable Companies SHH.HMBBHMMB DW Wm T ,1 ft For 15 Ycara the Standard SUB RCfflCdy Ky. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverpott, j K j j , ' j j ter and an empty pursed nobleman, and I don't seo how tho inevitablo can be avoided." Robin's face was flaming. It was with difficulty that ho restrained tho impulse to put her right in tho matter without further ado. "By tho way, what would you havo dono had you been placed in her position?" "I think I should havo acted quite as independently ns sho." "If your father were to pick out a husband for you, whether or no, you would refuso to obey tho paternal command?" "Most assuredly. As a matter of fact, Mr. Schmidt, niy father has expressed a wish that I should marry a man who doesn't appeal to mo at all." "And you refuse?" "Absolutely. Now let us talk of something else. A bas Blithers! Down with tho plutocrats! Stamp out tho vulgarians! Is there anything else you can suggest?" sho cried gayly. "Long llvo tho Princess Maud!" said he, and doffed his hat. Tho satirical note in his voice was not lost, on her. She started perceptibly and caught her breath. Then she. sank back into tho corner with a nervous, strained little laugh. "You think sho will marry him?" "I think as you do about it. Miss Guile." said Robin, nnd sho was silenced. and his expression grew serious. "It Is really nothing, Miss Guile," ho Ba'.d. "A stupid, alleged Joko of a fellow who happens to know mo, that's all." "Yv'ho wroto that letter, Mr. Schmidt?" sho demnnded. Even through the veil ho could seo that her eyes wcro wldo with was It alarm or anger? "A man named Gourou. Ho Is a detective engaged on n pleco of work for Mr. Totten." "Is It a part of his duty to watch your movements?" sho asked, leaning forward and reading tho note. "No. Ho la my friend, however," said Robin steadily. "According to this epistle, It would appear that It Is a part of his duty to keep track of you, not mo. May I ask why you should be shadowed by two of his kind?" Sho did not answer at once. When 3he spoko it was with a determined affort to maintain her composure. "I am sorry to havo subjected you to all this, Mr. Schmidt. Wo will depart at once. I find that, tho cat Is never away, so wo can't be mice. What a foal I've been." Thero was something suspiciously suggestive of ears in her soft Tolco. To be Continued Henry Trent II. W.Trent iP.'.LDatli Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and Sale Stable i Hardinsburer. : Ky. M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARD INS BURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, Secretary Dr. W. A. WALKER, Save $1.50. Make your Healing Remedy at home. Get n .loc bottle of Karris' Healing Oil, add it to a pint of linseed oil and you have a full pint of the best healing remedy that money can buy. It cures old We sores, wounds, cuts and scratches. sell it. Wedding's Drugstore. Commercial Supplies For the Business Man This Office. Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves atM AMA10NS. Go to Sunday School next Sunday. Mrs. Geo. .Lewis visited Mrs. W. C, Price 25c Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves Price 5c Promisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- practical manner Just what Is expected of an American sailor in case of voir. These men are to be kept on a reserve Ht and In case of hostilities enn bo called upon to Join tin navy. These are not the only two branches of the service that have been Improved and will bo further strengthened as the direct result of the war in Europe. It has been shown that this country poses--e- s ton few aeroplanes for a "Isn't on a large scale. Larger appropriations have been made by congress, and this branch of our military service Is now undergoing a transformation that will make It formidable when all the Improvements havo been added. campaign conducted j It Just like an elopement?" cried Miss Guile. ;..;..;..;..;...;..;..;..;..;..;..;.....;..j..;....;....j.4..;. RUSSIANS HAD CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES TO FRANCE. t There are three possible routes by which the Russian soldiers disembarked at Marseilles may have cuine. They may have come from Archangel, on the White sea. around Hurope to Gibraltar; they may have marched overland from Ispahan, Persia, which hits been in Itttsslan hands for more than a month, to Shlraz. on the I'erslan gulf, ami thence by ship through the Suez canal and the .Mediterranean, or they may havo been sent over the Transflberlan railway to Vladivostok and thence by sen to Marseilles. Archangel Is the nearest of the three possible ports by sen. The approximate distances: are as follows: Nuutlrnl ArchanKt'l to Marseilles .Shlraz to MaisuilUm Vladivostok to Murtw-lllumiles 3.K3 0.57." tainous and desert country of southern Persia, There are also few facilities at Shlraz for tho embarkation of a largo force. Probably at least forty trans-port- s of nverago bIzo would bo needed to carry' an army corps. j Kmlmrkntlon at Shlraz would Involve a march of about 100 miles overland through the moun- "Sho Is trying you out, sir. Miss Guile, or possibly Miss Dlithcrs is taking a genuine risk in order to do-- I termino whether you aro a real gentle-- I man or only a make believe. Sho la taking a chanco with you. You may call it a jolly little adventure, but I call it the acid test." Hobln laughed. "Thank you, baron. Forewarned Is forearmed. I shall remain a gentleman at any cost." At 3 o'clock a big limousine swung under tho porto cochero at tho Itltz nnd a nlmblo footman hopped down Hobln was nnd entered tho hotel. waiting Just Insldo tho doors. "For Mr. Schmidt?" ho Inquired. "Oul, m'slcur." Thrilled by a pleasurable senso of excitement, tho I'rlnco of Graustnrk entered tho car. A delicate perfumo lingered in tho machine, convincing proof that Miss o Gullo had left it but a few minutes Its arrival at his hotel. As a matter of fact, sho was nearer than ho thought, for tho car whirled Into tho Riio do la Palx and stopped at tho curb not moro than n hundred yards from tho I'laco Vendomo. Onco moro tho nlmblo footman hop-- ' ped down nnd throw open tho door. A slender, swift moving flguro In a bluo linen gown and a wldo hat, from ' which sprang two gorgeous bluo plumes, emerged from tho door of a diamond merchant's shop, and, beforo Robin could movo from his corner, popped into tho car and Bat down him with n nervous llttlo laugh on Hps red Hps that showed roso- , her llko and tempting behind a thick chiffon veil, obviously donned for an exbo-for' I bo-sl- "Wasn't that your friend Mr. Dank?" Inquired Miss Gullo with interest. He felt that sho was chiding him. "Yes," said he, and then turned for another look at his compatriots. Gourou was jotting something down on Tho prince mentally his cuff band. promised him something for his pains. "But let us leave dull care behind," ho went on gayly. "Won't you be good enough to take off that veil? It seriously obstructs the view." Sho complacently shook her head. "It doesn't obstruct mine," sho said. "Havo you been reading what tho papers aro saying about your friend Mr. Blithers and his obstreperous daughter. Maud?" Robin caught bis breath. In n flash ho suspected an excellent reason for keeping the veil In place. He could now see that It gave her a distinct advantage over him. "Yes. I seo that sho positively denies tho whole business." "Likewiso tho prospective spouse," sho added. "Isn't it sickening?" "By tho way, It is reported that sho crossed on tho steamer with us." "I am quite certain that sho did, Mr. Schmidt," said sho. "You really think so?" ho cried, regarding her keenly. "The man who camo to meet mo knows her qulto well. Ho Is confident that ho saw her at Cherbourg." "I see," said he, and was thoroughly "I may as well confess to convinced. you, Miss Guile, that I nlso know her when I seo her." "But you told mo positively that you had never seen her, Mr. Schmidt," sho snld quickly. "I had not seen her up to tho second day out on tho Jupiter," ho explained. enjoying himself Immensely. "It was after that that you" "I know," ho said, as sho hesitated, "but you seo I didn't know sho was Miss Blithers until somctimo nftcr I had met you." Thcro was a challengo in his manner amounting almost to a They had a table in a cool, shady corner of tho broad porch overlooking the Place d'Armes and the Seine and its vociferous ferries. To tho right run3 tho gleaming roadway that leads to tho hills and glades through which pomp and pride onco strode with such fatal arrogance. Bluo coated servitors attended them on their arrival and watched over them during their stay. It was as If Miss Gullo were tho fairy princess who had but to wish and her slightest desire was gratified. Her guest, a real prince, marveled not a little at tho complete sway sho exercised over this somewhat autocratic army of menials. They bowed and scraped and fetched and carried. Tho magic of Araby could havo been no moro potent than' tho spell this beautiful girl cast over tho house of Mammon. Sho laid her finger upon a purso of gold and wished, nnd, lo, the wonders of tho magic carpet were repeated. Sho had removed her veil, but he was not slow to perceive that sho sat with her back to tho long stretch of porch. "Do you prefer this placo to Armen-onvlllo DuUehke Sunday. W. H. Dutschke went to Louisville Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ballow visited Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. tiedling Sunday. Mrs, Will Ballow and daughter, Mrs Myrtle Dallie, visited friends In Union Star Sunday, Mrs. John Stewart is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Robbins visited his mother in Union Star Sunday. 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Go to Sunday School next Sunday. Virgel Goodman made a business trip to Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. G. Draue and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shrews bury, of Mook, last Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. J. D, Aldtldge and daughter, Miss Nettie, were in town last Tuesday shopping. Miss Nancye Mae Btulngton was the guest of Miss Nevah Milner Saturday. Mesdumes W. T. Macy, W. Payne, A Weatberford and L. L. Uruington are on the sick list. Rev. 1. W. Hughes was In town Sat urduy en toute to Klngswood to attend the commencement. The Farmers Union met here last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and children and sister. Miss Frankie, spent Sunday at West View the guest of their parents. Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Milner, who spent tho winter with their son. P. D. Milner. returned to their home near Mook, Sat urday. Owen Perkins spent Saturday night with Leonard Macy. The following motored to Klngswood Saturday night: Mlstes Ora Leigh Blacit, Nevah Milner, Cllno Uiacit, ur. and Mrs. Mathews and Mrs, S. H. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. declaration. Sho leaned forward to regard him more Intently. "Is It possible, Mr. Schmidt, that you tmspect mo of being that horrid, vulgar creaturo?" Robin was not to bo trapped. Thero was something In tho shadowy eyes that warned him. "At least 1 may say that I do not suspect you of being a horrid, vulgar creature," ho said evasively. "You haven't answered my question, cellent reason. The cxqulslto features Mr. Schmidt." "Woll," bo began slowly, "I don't of Miss Guile woro barely distinguishable beneath the surface of this filmy suspect you of being Miss Blithers." "Put you did suspect it" barrier. The door closed, sharply and, or tho Palllard at Pro Catelan, Miss Gullo?" ho Inquired, qulto casually, but with a secret purpose. "No, it Is stupid here, as a rule, and common. Still every ono goes to tho other places in tho afternoon, nnd I particularly wanted to bo as naughty ns possible, so I camo hero today." "It doesn't strike mo as especially naughty," ho remarked. 'Aro you going to take mo up to tho park?" "Yes. Into tho Shadows." "Oh, that's good! I'm suro my Im agination will work beautifully when It Isn't subdued by all these bluo I Quo voulez dovlls. vous? Tho question was directed rather sharply to a particularly deferential "bluo devil" who stood at his elbow. "M. Schmidt?" "Yes. What's this? A letter! 'Pon my soul, how tho dcuco could any Ho got no farther, for Miss ono" Gullo's action in pulling down her veil and tho subsequent spasmodic glanco over her shoulder betrayed such an agitated state of mind on her part that his own sensations wero checked at tho outset. "Thero must bo somo one hero who knows you, Mr. Schmidt," sho said nervously. "Seo what It says, please at onco. I perhaps wo should be starting homo Immediately." Robin tore open tho envelope. A glance showed him that the brief noto was from Gourou. A characteristic O served as a signature. As he read, n hard line appeared between his eye Besi Pig Feed ooiir HjJiSfi I've ,)tMwiir PI Tieen able to feL ay Mr. W. M. Hubbard, l'lvsluont Indiana roianu Association, China La I'oiitntnc, Indiana. In about wrltlnu Vg4?iB3l'BABfE0 . Tt- Ytna nMrnn flirt rrt rtieupwt feed ninl bent growing feed that I bave llehatftrltHltliemall. TbtammlU a icieDtllla corn I tut mixture of alfalfa meal, weal, nkolaw. oatit criiBtmt wheat, mal. Unseed feJley aud ground fUxtttvure.qulclcfranH bit r HiHdcr. Wrttf fnrftiluiuoriiiatlon.prleeit.eti CO., 2nd Rapier's Pig Meal I St.,OtMiwo,lf Davis. Mr and Mrs, Hen Uruington visited Burton Hasham Sunday. Several from here attended the com mencement at Klngswood. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Davis spent Sun day at Milt Davis. Several from here went on the ex- cursion Saturday. Mrs. Richard Black spent SaturdaV with her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Pile.. A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation weakens tht whole system. Doan's Rsgulets (3jo per box) acts mildly on ths liver and bowels. At all drug tto'rsi. Democrats to Name Wilson 6 VWVlVWVlYWt Preparing For Big Convention HMMMMHVMVVM1WW s " CUW I SAMUEL E 1 TWO VIEWS OF CONVENTION HALL J NATIONAL CHAIRMAN tn?COMBS. 11 , JJ 11 5 $ JL if looks like n certainty that itic name of Woodrow Wilson will be the only one seriously put forth as a candidate for presiwhen the Democrats meet In na- j dent tional convention In St. Louis oh June 14. Incorporated In the call for tho convention Issued by William F. chairman of the Democratic oiatloiinl committee. Is the plank In the &uocratIc party's platform which as adopted at Baltimore providing for an expression of preference for presidential candidates and the selection of nil delegates nnd alternates at primaries to be conducted by the party In such states as do not provide for these primaries by law. Under this call thero will bo J.OSS Mr. Mc-- 1 delegates In the convention. Combs Is ex officio chairman of a com- mltteo on nrransements which is com-- , posed of members of the national committee. There will bo very few federal officeholders In the Democratic convention. This departure from the established practice.. of ...... a president seeking a re-- j . i n" nomination is in wishes of Mr. Wilson himself. In tho coming convention there will be not half a dozen men who hold federal offices. One of the considerations that actuated tho president In declaring ho would not seek a renominatlon was his determination to keep members of Ills cabinet nnd men ho had appointed to office from actlvo tlon In tho noinlnntlng convention. Tho New York organization wanted to send as n delegate nt largo Secretary of tho Treasury MeAdoo, who Is of tho president Tho also a president discouraged this proposition. Speaker Clark has declined to bo a delcgato nt large from Missouri, as has Third Assistant Postmaster General Dockcry. who halls from tho same 6tate. Other federal officeholders also have declined tho honor. Tho North Carolina Democrats wanted to send Secretary Daniels, but he has announced lie will not nccept. Postmaster General Burleson was also slated as a delcgato from Texas, but ho will not go. In furtherance of tho president's wish, members of tho Democratic na-- . tlonal committee have conferred with the leaders of their states, with tho result that only men who do not hold office under the administration will bo sent to St. Louis. A number of senators and representatives will, of course, figure prominently in tho proceedings nt St. Louis, hut they are not to be regarded as members of tho administration, ns senators nro elected directly by tho people. (WItn tho renominatlon of President Wilson assured it is ngrecd that tho convention will bo of short duration. It Is unlikely that thero will bo contests of any kind. Harmony will be the keynote of tho convention. Of tho coming convention Mr. has this to say: "President Wilson will be renomlaab Ir t i BRUMBAUGH THEODORE SOME REPUBLICAN POSSIBILITIES. JOHN W- - WEEKS K time set for the Kepubllcan i national convention draws near theie is the liveliest speculation as to who will be the man picked to make tho light against Wood-roWilson. While there may be some doubt as to the liepubllcnn nominee, it seems to bo pretty well assured thnt President Wilson will be tendered a reiimnlnation when the Democratic delegates assemble at St. Louis. The Itepublican delegates will convene in the Coliseum In Chicago on Juue 7. Already the hotels nru preparing for a great crowd. Soon tho booms of favorite sons will reecho through the corridors. While there are some men who look to have a big lead In the race for the nomination, some of the wiseacres aro saying this Is the year for n dark horse. There never was u cntivontlon In which, u few hours before the delegates met, there wasn't some talk of a dark horse. The dark That's all there was-ta- lk. horse seldom looms dangerous when tho balloting begins. Hut that this year the race Is more open than In any convention hi receut years Is evidenced by the statement of Charles D. IIIllos. chairman of the A S (ho Itepublican national committee, who declared that the candidate "will be bom In the convention." The seating arrangement at the Coliseum will be much the same as It was four years ago. except that a thousand of Idaho. Borah. William Brumbaugh. Martin G.. of if R ( ,f 4Sr JHw WARREN G. HARDING or more chairs nro to be crowded The architect has blueprints showing that the seating capacity will be rJ.rXMX Alphabetically some of the Itepublican possibilities nro ns follows: Burton. Theodore K.. of Ohio. Cummins. Albert B.. of Iowa. Kslahrook. Henry P.. of New York. I Fairbanks. Charles . of Indiana. Hughes. Charles i:., of New York. Kollette. Hubert M.. of Wisconsin. -i Maim. .lames U.. of Illinois. Mc l 'nil, Samuel W.. of Massachusetts. Kooeelt. Theodore, of New York. Koi t, nillin. of New York. Sherman. Uiwrence Y of Illinois. Weel.s. John V.. of MHS':ir'iu-ietts- . KiKKevelt has been and I'airl out.s has been vire president. Ilugh- -i has been governor of New York and is associate Justice of tho sup.eme ovirt. Mniin Is the leader of he Keiillbllcan minority in the hollso Brumbaugh and if repre.Ncntntivcs. Mcl'alt are present governors of their tule. Borah. Cui!""lns, I.a I'olletto and Weeks me senators, and Fairbanks and Boot have been so. McCnll In. has had long experience In tho houso I- 3f ivpre.- I ntatlves. I'nlted States Senator Warren G. Harding of Ohio will be temporary thalriinin of the convention. son-in-la- PRESIDENT ed without opposition. Not only was there not the slightest suggestion of opposition to him lit the opculng of congress nnd nt tho recent meeting of tlw committee, but tho enthusiasm for tho president wis very marked. Ills renominatlon will como ns the untitles-tloticexpression of tho ntlro party. I don't think the convention will last longer than three days." The Democratic national convention will be held in tho new Coliseum, u building costing $.".00,000 nnd having an actual seating capacity of 11,000 persons. Tho building Is said to bo one of tho best ventilated and lighted bulla In America. convention Its acoustic properties aro especially good. It is thrco stories In height, nnd tho uronn has W.OOO sjunro feet of lloor WILSON AnlKAM KtasAitCCTArOY space. Tho Coliseum, which is less thun u mllo from tho business center of St. Louis, should not bo confused with tho old Exposition hall, In which other national conventions In St. ' Louis have been held. Tho Coliseum la of fireproof construction. It baa an arena, an oval of boxee, an arena circle and a balcony. Tho arena ulrclo and tho balcony nru titled with opera chairs, but tho arena has movable chairs. In Urn Domocrntli' national convention Ml of tho delegates will represent the old convention method mul (12 1 the direct' primary. Tho following table shows where the Democrats havo held their conventions from tho time of the st convention In 1S32: 1&22, Mny 2G Baltimore nultltnore 1S5. May 20 Baltimore 1810, May 5 Baltimore IU1. May 27 Baltimore ISIS, May 22 Baltimore 11 Juno 12 Cincinnati IbW. Juno Charleston 1W0. April 23 ,. Baltimore lfOO, June 13 Chicago 1501, Aug. 29 New York city IMS, July 4 Baltimore W2, July 9 St. Loula 1ST0. Juno 27 1SS0, June 22 Cincinnati Chicago 1554, July 10 1555, June St. Loula Chicago 1892, Juno 21 Chicago 1890, July 7 1900, July 4 Kansa8 city 1901. July 6 St. Loula 1908, July 7 Denver 1912, June 24 Baltimore 14 1318, June SL Loula tl-G Nf TIONfiL CHRIfZMRN HILIXS fIND CROWD GRTHEBIN& fT COLISEUM. 1I $4 HAPPENS II 11 i) -- 1 HIS 1I 5 Make a Buying Profit as well as a Building Profit! can enable you to do this, as I buy in large quantities and have a large stock to select from. If not, then Are you going to build, paint or repair your dwelling, barn or are not interested; if so, then you will need some things of the partial list enumerated you I out-buildin- ? i I nn . Such Action Docs Not Mean That War Between the Nations Will Necessarily Follow, Although It Is a Step In That Direction. M"H-"5"t"fH--- Many Times In History Have There Been Disputes Which below: Resulted In Such Ruptures, Only to Be Smoothed Over by the Passing of Time. nt mre inn laming anu K"'H,H'H"H'-H"W ' f 4 a. t i f m nor i miirw oninnn wunibi uuaiunii winiiininn-Luiuubi) Minnrin it ivbiuug) wp'nnflpnnipninir ihuuiuiiiO) uuui I niUc anrf Cnrli ii lib viuui) Rnilrlinn uaiuTTaiw) ui n wuiuniiiO) Crroon ifuuio tjasilf DnerU frklimnc wvi wwii Hnnrc uuu Wira Cnii isuuuiii HorHwora luiuO) Plaster, Lime and Cement, Mill Work of All Kinds. hinicninni iiiiaiimg m. a m - ... - . . mm WTX I c ".severance of carrying Americans, another sen trng- relations" really edy, and the popular imagination wouici see "red." Iteason typified In the moIn the first place, It docs rality of International Intercourse, tho not necessarily mean that war Is to foundation stone of diplomatic relafollow, Imt It Is admitted on all sides tionshipwould have failed. Tho althat tho breaking of such ties does ternative recourse to anus nlone would represent a step nearer to actual war- remain, making the Incidental quarrel of n belligerent with a neutral a casus fare. The discontinuance of diplomatic belli. ties hns occurred many times In hisPrecedents Out of History. tory, hut there Is never any visible Many precedents are nvallablo to the step means. Of signs of what tho course there Is always the hasty pack- researcher, proving that n severance of ing of diplomatic luggage, hasty fare- diplomatic relations has not always wells and quick departure. Safe con- brought on war. Teru and Chile nre duct Is always provided for ambassa- today without diplomatic representadors who have been recalled or handed tion at Santiago and I.lma, respectively. After tho execution of Emperor their passports. Treaties nre not suspended; commer- Maximilian, an Austrian archduke, nt cial relations, directly or indirectly, are Queretaro, Mexico, In 18(57, diplomatic relations with Mexico were broken by not affected. and so remained for Sometimes In cases of the severance Austria-Hungarof such relations tho consuls are sent more than thirty years. Recently the home also, but this Is not always the United States and Mexico severed offliIoot n WHAT Washington Red Cedar Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Gutter Pipe and Fittings. Pumps, Building and Sheeting Paper, Electric Lamps, Wire and Batteries. THE BEST PAINT, VARNISH, AND INTERIOR FINISHES Lubricating Machinery Oils, Greases and Gasoline. Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pipe and Fittings. If you don't see it advertised, I've got it or will get it for you on short order. Your business, large or small, solicited and appreciated. Marion Weatherholt IRVINGTON. Go to Sunday School next Sunday. Miss Georgia Wilson, of Bewleyville, has been the guest of Miss Ila Payne. Mrs. John Livers, of Basin Springs, guest 01 Air. ana was the week-enMrs. George Board. Mrs. J. A. Leybert, of Waterloo, Iowa, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ater, left Saturday for d Contractor Cloverport, Ky. Service y Strength Experience r Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport - Lodiburg. Mrs. Doc Chapln spent Saturday In CLOVERPORT, KY. Cloverport. Miss Beulah Webb, of Tell City, vis ited Miss Jessie Lee Foote last week. Mr. and Mrs. RobertGlasscock spent In Glen Dean. the week-enMiss Hazel Admire, of Louisville, visited Misses Mabel and Nella last week. Lon Cowley, John Wimp, Dave Henry and Miss Eula Neafus motored to Brandenburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks are visiting In Eldorado, III. Mrs. L. V. Chapln, of Cloverport, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Miles. Johnnie Hucher, of Madlsonville, was In town Saturday. Ed Hcwe, of Louisville, spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Mrs. Carl Vickers spent Saturday with Mrs. Marshall Morris at Hawes ville. Lewis Bennett Moorman and Harry Smith motored to Gustoa Friday even- ng, and accompanied Misses Pauline and Mary Edna Smith to see '"lhe Dear Boy Graduate." Mesdamcs J. T. Mattingly, Ed Mc Afee, A. T. Adkins and Kobert Glass cock were in Louisville last week. Miss Irene Rice, of Tennessee, is visiting Mrs. Durwood Wroe. Ad-ki- Capital, Surplus, Deposits and Investments $330,000.00 m FACTS AND FICTION The most superficial investigation will prove that the following statement from a resident of Cloverport Is true. Head It and compare evid.nce from Cloverport people with testimony strangers living so far away you cannot investigate the facts of the case. Many more citizens of Cloverport endorse Doan's Kidney Pills. J. B Strong, farmer, Cloverport, says: "I had trouble from weak kid neys, together with pains across the small of my back and through my sides. Doan's Kidney Pills quickly cured me and in return, I highly recommend them." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbu- rn cured Mr. Strong. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. of Pliotos Ity Anieili-i- 1 Tcsa A it HARDINSBURG GENERAL HUGH L. SCOTT, CHIEF OF STAFF (RIGHT) j ADMIRAL (LEFT), WILLIAM S. BENSON, CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS AND THL SUPERDREADN AUGHT TEXAS. as these aie nut diplomatic offhut commercial representatives. Communications end; the two tritiims ".stop .speaking to each other" i'l very much the same manner as our children smmI) their former friends when they pass on the streets. It was said before the present with tlcrmaiiy that such Interests as caring for Ameilcan archlies or Amerl- cans remaining hi (icrinany would be Intrusted by the I'nlted States to another neutral Spain. Holland or Swe- eaM icers, - j j j tSermaiiy would probably give her Interests over to her ally Austria, and if by chance diplomatic relations between this country and the dual monarchy were Interrupted Swedeu might be asked to care for Teutonic den. affairs. The vital thing for (lermany would be the sudden unloading by the United States of the task graciously assumed at the outbreak of the war and maintained Willi considerable effort aud painstaking care since then of handling of Cerman Interests In Great Ilrltaln. Russia, France, Servla and Ja. pan. Cerman prisoners of war have benefited by American supervision. Of course the United States would have to relinquish similarly her connect Ion with lirltlsh, French. Russian, Relglan, Servian and Japanese interests in Some other neutral country perhaps Argentina would take over the burden. Tlte Peril of Ensuing War. So much for the visible characteristics of a break In relations. They are Cor-man- bo few ami comparatively so unimpor- tant as to Imply a certain futility of procedure when the objects to be attained are considered. There is, however, a greater and much more Impres-liv- e side to the step which would make It a cause for grave thought, a moment of apprehension as well as of genuine turrow. It would send through tho world a thrill of excitement n sensation of expectancy because the break-luof diplomatic relations has In ro many cases Iieeu the precursor of wnr, Another attack on unresisting vessels g Misses Maggie Cowley and Kula Neafus will visit in West Point and After all the most natural beauty in the world is honesty and moral truth. Louisville this week. beautv is truth. True features For cial diplomatic relations, and. while Percy Foote, of Uewleyvlllc, at makeallthe beauty of the face; aud true the Vein Cruz affair may impair the tended the High School play Friday proportions the beuuty of architecture; value of the precedent so far as this evening. as true measures that of harmony and government Is concerned, certainly the music. Shaftesbury. V. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, at disconnection by Argentina. Brazil and Meeting. Chile anil later by several European tended the Fifth Sunday Go to Sunday School next Sunday. governments of diplomatic relations Fairlelgh Herndon is visiting. Mr. with any government in Mexico re- mil Mrs. James Malln at Lexington. Miss Jessie Hudson's class will give veals how in some cases the action Is the play, "How the Vote Was Wou," Misses Ora Hendrick, Angle Gibson simply passive and without bellicose promd Elizabeth Bixter have gone to preceded by a short miscellaneous tendency. gram at the hall Friday evening finishing their their hemes, after Would Confiscate No Property. school work. MUs Margaret Peyton has gone to No eoi.llsciitloii of property, however. Kev. J. E. Meng motored from Har- - Elizabethtown to be the guest of Miss Is possible even were u state of war to ensue as between tho United States dlusburg Saturday In his prize, Max Lilyian Beard well, and gave the Irvlngton preachers Mrs. A. N. Skillraan und Mr. and mill Cermany, for the l'russlan-Amerl-catreaty of 1S3 specifically provides a joy ride. He attended the Fifth Mrs. J. M. Skillman were in Louisville for the protection of private property Sunday Meeting. shopping last week. In the event of war. Ships might, howPaul Wilson joined a party of Har- Ed Shellman, of Irvlngton, made a ever, be requisitioned, though at the dinsburg friends on the excursion to visit to town last Friday. end of tho war the obligation to return them to original owners would still Louisville Saturday. Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha be alive. Mr. Roberts, a traveling man of Harned spent Sunday at Harned with Technically the United States would Chattanooga, Term , has been at the their cousin, Mrs. H. B. Moorman and still be bound to preserve her neutral- Ulggs House for the past two weeks. Mr. Moorman. ity. Hut whether neutrality would A number of our citizens attended Mrs. Walter Brown returned to her being become thereafter "benevolent," thereafter converted by circumstances the funeral of Mrs. Clyde Canvlle at home In Woodrow Sunday after a visit Into open partiality. Is something Glen Dean Wednesday. to her mother, Mrs. A. X. Klncheloe. which may prove the very deterrent Miss Blanche Jolly, of Bewleyvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McGary enterof hostile or unfriendly nets on the visited Misses Eva Carrigan and Ellen tained at their home near Kirk Satur- part of German submarine commandMunford last week. day evening. The following from here ers. Misses Annie significance of dls. Dr. E. A. Lex, of Hardlnsburg, was were In attendance: Unquestionably the O'Reilly, Sheila Pcol, Margaret Ryan, niiillimln;; diplomatic relations would in town Friday. Kennedy, Agnes Jarboe, Marbe chiefly mural. That would be Its Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Wand will move Katie enduring effect. Tho United States garet and Mary Sheeran, Leo Hoben, Slppel's property on Main would bo In the position of having out- Into Julius Guy Elder and Mrs. Preston Jarboe. lawed u great government with which street Wednesday. Claude Mercer was In Louisville on throughout history she had been on Hlon Jolly arrived from Chicago, III,, terms of peace and amity. The funda- Sunday to spend a week with his legal business last week. Miss Irene McGary spent Saturday mental cause of the withdrawal by Jolly. Friends are America of her recognition of tho ex- mother, Mrs. Sue and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and istence of u Cerman government In tho delighted to have Hlon with them. Mrs. Frank McGary, near Kirk. world would be the hitter's alleged Do not forget next Sunday Is "Go Mrs. Ely Mattingly died at her home disregard of International law und tho Day." We want 100 Thursday morning at ten o'clock, and higher laws of humanity, prerequiWill was burled Friday morning at Long schools that day. sites hIwmj's to International morality. in our Sunday Lick, would not recognlzo you be there? Tho United States tho German government as In existJohn O'Reilly, Jr., und Francis Dillon Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. ence any more than It did tho rule of are making out the 1016 tax books. one Huerta and his so called govern- Thomas' Eclectic OH. For burns, Mrs. John Akers entertained Saturment. , Diplomatically their status scalds, cuts and emergencies. All would bo on a par. day afternoon a number of girls in druggists sell It. 2jc and 50c. n honor of her daughter, Florence. Mrs. Preston J.irboe, of Evansvllle, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, on the pike. Miss Helen Whittinghill, of Glen Dean, was In town shopping Saturday. M. D. Beard attended the Gun Club in Louisville Saturday. Dr. and Mrs J. S. Shoemaker, of Kinc.swood, were visitors in town Friday. J. O. Hook, proprietor of tho Brick Hotel, has returned from Louisville. Herbert Tower has returned from Birds Eye, Ind. Mrs. H. M. Beard was in Louisville last week to see the Birth ot a Nation. Mrs. Ken Rhodes is the guest of rela tives iu Owensboro. Dr. R. P. Kunnecke was called to Hardin county Saturday. Mrs. Marcus Mattingly, of Kirk, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sheeran. Mrs. Lela McCubbius and daughter, have taken Miss Ruth McCubbins, rooms with Mrs Mary C. Heston, and will do light housekeeping. Mrs. John E. Klncheloe has returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Cloverport. C. G. Brabandt, the photographer, will be in this city Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Skillman has returned from Elizabethtown, where she was the guest of her father, C. L. Beard and Mrs. Beard. Mrs. Herbert Hook and baby spent last week in the country with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roe Hook. Mrs. T. J. Hook, Howard and Russell Hook, Miss Martine Monarch, Miss Lottie Bandy, MUs Patsy Gray, Mrs. Eli Potts, Mrs. Belle Smith, J. T. Smith went on the excursion to Louisville Saturday. Miss Tula Daniel was the guest of friends at Kingswood Sunday. Rev. J. W, Hughes, of Wilmore, has been the guest of friends In town and at Klngswood. Stephensport, one day this week. Mrs. J. H. Miller is on the sick list. Mrs. Owen Roberts was the guest of Mrs. Orb Robblns Tuesday. Misses Katie Brumfield, Irene Wied-ma- n and Mary Miller spent the afternoon with Miss Permelia Shellman Wednesday. Mrs. J. S. Peckinpaugh visited in town Wednesday. Miss Hellen Hawkins and sister was in town shopping one day this week. The Girls Club met with Miss Mary Logan Jolly Saturday evening. Walter Brown Is visiting his parents, fr nnrl Afro Clun llrmwn Donald Eskrldge was on the traiOMjfne day this week en route to Louisville. It never gets too cool for people to fish at the Falls of Sinking Creek. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rasham and daughter, Eva, and Miss Mary B. Shell-ma- n spent Sunday with Mr", and Mrs. W. H. Gibson. Miss Katie Brumfield was the pleas ant guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Miller, recently. Sunday crowd attended A goon Next Sunday is our regular church day. Mrs N. Brumfield and daughters, Bessie and Katie, spent Saturday with Mrs'. J II . Miller. Murray Laslie is a hustling junk dealer. Jesse Walls was in town buying wool Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hawkins were in town shopping Saturday. J, F, Miller was in Stephensport Saturday. He says the town is booming. Owen Basham, of Cloverport, Is the guest of his mother. Miss Lucy Jolly Is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Gibson, this week. Dan Dowell was in town Sunday. Owen Laslie spent Sunday with his parents. Wm. bheiiman ana uuy oiDson were. In Mystic Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. S, Jarret, of Stephensport. Mrs. Nat Basham Is very ill at this writing. Miss Georgia Robblns was In town Saturday. Win. Gibson spent last Saturday with his aunt, Miss Eva Basham. Mrs. Kate Dowell was the guest of Mrs. Nat Basham Saturday. Mrs. Hattie Laslie entertained a number of friends Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Jolly Is very much Improved. J. H. Miller is on the sick list. Irene Wiedman, PermWa Misses Shellman and Georgia Robblns, of near here, spent Saturday at Sample, Medicine Vs. Food. Do not buy something which you al ready have. You have food which you feed your horses, cattle and sheep, but when you want medicine, buy only medicine. Tnat is what you get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy. We sell it and guarantee It to be medicine, We tell you that It will tone up the entire system of your stock and aids digestion, thereby causing them to get all the food value out of the grain that you feed them. Wedding's Drug Store. SAMPLE Miss Alma Roberts was in town shop ping Tuesday, Mrs, Orb Robbies' friends are glad to for anv itcniness 01 tne sum. ror know she Is Improving at this writing. skin rashes, chat), pimples, etc., try Mrs. Will Jolly and daughter, Miss Doan's Ointment. SOc at all drug Maud, visited Mrs, Sallle Bennett, of stores.