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The Breckenridge news: May 10, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916051001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 10, 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 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS 3VOL. XL DR. A. A. pall-beare- rs THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1916. LARGE CROWDS L Pages No. 45 Interment In the Cloverport cemetery. were: Dr. C. R. The Llghtfoot, W. S. Smart, S. I. Conrad, Edward Bowen, W. H. Gibson and J. TO 0 Nolte. Those who attended f rem a distance were: Dr. Watklns and Mrs. Wntkins, And Physician of This City, Dies of Owensboro; Dr. White, of Perry With the Baccalaureate Sermon county, Ind.; Mrs. Fred Ferry ami Church. at the Methodist Sunday After an Illness of Mrs. A Y. Ford, of Louisville; Miss Bowling Green; Senior Play and Class ExerSeveral Years Impressive Dorothv Grecorv. of Ahl and children, Mr and Mrs. Alex cises to be Given at American Funeral Services Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Simons, of To- blnsport, and Mrs. Wm. Gardner, of Theater. Stephensport. MANY ATTEND FUNERAL. FOUR GIRL GRADUATES. 14 Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or phosphate may be bought for a trifle less than Royal Baking Powder, which is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. If a cheap baking powder is used for a fine cake and the cake turns out a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap bak- n This City Sunday. Church Leads With ttendance of 256. Run Second. Baptist an A- Methodist ' worked and studied under Dr. Fisher until 1884. He entered the University year, of Louisville in his twenty-sixt- h and completed his university work in I892, gaining his M. D. degree by ar duous toihand undaunted courage. Dr. Simons became a member of the Methodist church in his twenty-eight- h year, and later was made Saperlntend- Mnt nf the Simdav School and Stewart Joi the church, and took an active part In all church work. The power of his beautiful tenor voice will live forever in the memory of those who had the pleasure of hearing him. As one of the organizers of the Bank of Cloverport. he was made its presi dent; director in the Cloverport Foun of the Cloverport dry, Real Estate Company, surgeon for the L, II. 4 St. L R'y. for fifteen years, county health officer for twelve years, director in the new consolidated bank, and was chiefly instrumental In mak ing electric lights possible for Clover port. Any movement put forward for the town of his birth had his hearty co operation. Dr. Simons was married to Miss Georgia S. White, his lifelong friend ..and companion, the twenty second day of November, I9I5. who survives him Mrs. Marlon Behen, Is the only living sister of the deceased. Impressive funeral services were held at the Methodist church Monday after noon at - o clock. 1 lie services were conducted by the Masons and Rev. Paul S. Powell. A large crowd of friends and relatives attended, und manv were the beautiful floral efferings. nt Dr. Alfred Arad Simons, one of the most prominent physicians and citizens of this city und of Breckenrldge county, died Sunday morning shortly after twelve o'clock. He had been In ill health for several years. He was born in this cfty December 4, I858.' His life was a simple one, being one of nine children, four of whom died in lufancv. His life history is soon told but his life, as viewed by many, is one of pleasant association and close friendship, teemed with a myriad ot loving acts and kindly deeds. The beginning of his education was delayed until his nineteenth ear, but he soon made up for lost time He I J This Space Belongs to the Hardinsburg and Irvington Pharmacy Dr. Lex was too busy Monday to furnish copy. V I 11 I Tlie general observance in thit citv of D.iy Sunday, linMcCracken-Pat- e. er the auspices of the Kentucky Sun Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McCracken an There will be four graduates to ny Sunday School Association, met nounce the marriage of their daughter, complete tho High School course this with great success in the schools In this Beatrice McCracken, to Amiel T. Pate, year. They are: Misses Mary Owen city on Thursday, March 83. 19i6. The Oe Lena Mattlngly, Virginia C Efforts towards the success of the day ing powder. marriage took place at the home of tile Harris and Mary Jo Maturely. parents, and the ceremony was Teachers and students have been pre had been made by members of the Sunbride's Royal Baking Powdor produces the performed by the Rev. Mr. Itobllng-Mr- . paring for eommer.cetrent week tor dav schools mid individual invitations to finest food, and its use therefore, results in and Mrs. Pale are both young some time and some excellent enter attend were extended by some. Kentucky and will make their tainment is in store for the public. people of an actual saving. The Baptist Sunday school led with a home in Cincinnati. Cincinnati rimes- - Under the direction of Prof. G. H. Mc total in attendance of 256 and an enroll Coy, the school has done some excellent Stat. CO. The .Men's Bible Class, lurnt 194 ROYAL BAKING woi k. Commencement exercises will begin aught by W. V. Perkins, had an at New York Sunday morning, May 11, with the tendance of 33, the largest class in Sun EPWORTHJLEAGUE baccalaureate sermon, which will be lay school that day. held at the Methodist church. The The Methodist Sunday school had an To Have Hawesville and Lewis- - sermon will be delivered by Kev. Paul S. Powell at eleven o'clock. All par itlendaiicc of i5i; the largest class be FUNERALSERVIGES port Leagues as Guests Sat ents and citizens of the town arc in ng that of Mrs. II. A. Oelze, the Ladies' urday. Dinner to be Given at vited 13 attend and aud special seats Bible Class, numbering 27. will be reserved for the graduates and The Presbyterian church had an at Of Mrs. G. T. Marshall Held at Splendid their parents. Skillman's Grove. tendance of 30 pupils. On Monday evening, the class play Baptist Church Saturday AProgram Arranged. entitled "Home Ties," a rural comedy Of the Tobinsport High School fternoonBeautiful Floral Oin four acts, will be given at the Amer Saturday, May. 13, the Epworth lean Theater. The cast of characters Held Friday Evening, May 5. fferings Given. Leagues from Hawesville and Lewis- consists of five girls and four boys Many From Here Attended. port will be the guests of the Clover Those taking part are: Messrs. John Irvington, May 8. (Special). Mrs. of Con Member port Epworth League. The program Duke, Forrest Weatherholt, Arthur Selected as G. T. Marshall quietly passed away at The commencement exercises of the Couch, Edward Couch; Misses Mary arranged by Miss Lula Severs Committee, Also on her home Friday at 8 a. m., after a Tobinsport High School were held at ference has been Virginia C. Harris, Lena Owen Oelze, was the Baptist church at Tobinsport FriMrs. and the council and will begin at 10 Mattlngly, Mary Jo Mattlngly and Committee of Military Affairs. lingering illness. leaves Marshall her husband, day evening, May 5. There were four SS years old, and o'clock with the following program: Kuth Lamb. Miss Ada Polk, G. T. Marshall, and one son, A. O. graduates namely: The next number on the program, Minutes read by Miss Trumbo. The selection of Senator Beckham ns Marshall, of this place, and numerous Miss Manona Pleasant, Owen Polk and and one to which the friends of each Miss McGavock. Words of Welcome succeeding class of Cloverport always a member of the Conference Committee relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Shirley VanConla. "Influence" Mr. Ashby. Prof Goldsmith, of Oakland City, The funeral was held from the Baplouk'forward with pleasant anticipa- on the part uf the Senate of the military "What Is a Iodel League" Miss tion, is Class Exercises, which will be bill is a distinct tribute to his ability tist church Saturday afternoon at ;i Ind., addressed tlie graduating class, Jackson. The bill is o'clock, Rev. J. E. Rodgers, of Louis- Mr. Goldsmith is noted throughout staged Wednesday, May 17, at the and services in Congress Southern Indiana fur the Instructive "How the League MayHelp the American Theater. The principals in the most important measure before ville, conducted the services. By her request, "Asleep in Jesus' nature of his addresses, which lose Mr. Behen. will be the members Congress, as the entire debate upon pre the entertainment Pastor" was sung. The floral offerings were nothing of interest by their lessons. "What it Means to be a Christian"' of the senior class, with the following partdness centers about it, and it also beautiful, especially the one presented Shirley VanConla gave the salutatory Mary Owen has an intimate relation with the pres directing the merriment: Mr. Chambers. the class address; Manona by the Baptist Sunday Scliool. Matting ent crisis with Germany. SDeoial music will be interspersed in Oelze, class historian; Lena The lutermeut took place at Cedar will; Ada Polk, the prophecj ; and Since he became a member of the !y, class will; Virginia C. Harris, gift the urogram. The Junior League will Mary Jo Mattlngly class Senate Mr. Beckham has been upon the Hill cemetery. Friends extend deepest Owen Polk delivered the valedictory. also take part In the exercises of the orlan; ones. Superintendent L. E. Mullen delivered prophet. Special music fur this oc Committee on Military AiTulis. He has sympathy to the bereaved morninir. Those from a distance who attended the diplomas to the graduates. been prepared by the grad gone about his wor k in a quiet, unosA bountiful lunch will be spread for caslon has A large audience of Tobinsport peo way, and his appointment on the funeral: Mesdames Sallie Hastings, the local League and their visitors at uates and will be part of the program tentatious proper the Conference Committee is in recog Mollie Owsley, Weller Hodges and Miss ple attended, besides many ot tlie relaCommencement exercises Skillman's Grove. knowledge he Annie Owsley, of White Mills; Mrs. tives and friends from a distance. Vesper services will begin at 4 will be held Thursday even ng, May nition of tlie thorough Messrs. Prof. J Kaleigh Meador and Mrs. IS, at the Baptist church Prof. It has acquired on the .subject ot milltai) Nannie Allen, of Corydon, Ind.; Glen-dalo'clock and will be conducted by Miss Owsley Terry aud Welch Owsley, Moador chaperoned a numoer of young of Bowling Green, will ad affairs. 1' Green, Susette Sawyer. people from here. Senator Beckham has not found it Miss Mary A large number of the Hawesville dress the graduating class. Mattlngly will deliver the saluta necessary to rusn to the public prints. and Lcwisport Leaguers are expected Jo Married After Midnight. Gets Steel in Eye. even in the papers that are friendly to and a general good time may be tory address, a piano solo by Miss Virginia C UarrU, and Miss Lena him, 10 declare time and lime again Mr. Charlie Keil got a piece of steel anticipated. Eluding vigilant parents, Roy E. n his eye last week while at work at Mattingly will give a recitation. Miss that he was standing behind the Pres Mary Owen Oelze will promulgate the dent, or that he was still a member of Morgan and Miss Rosanell Newton, a tin; shops. The steel had penetrated voum? couule from Owensboro, ran oil so far in the eye that he was furced to valedictory for her class. At the con tlie Democratic party. He has not given out the interviews from their Kentucky homes Monday go to Louisville. He Is uuw at St, Prof. G. K elusion of the program night and were married in Rockport, Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital and is McCoy will deliver the diplomas to the or made the speeches of a gottiug along nicely. graduates. Miss Eva May and Miss politician, but has so applied himself I ud , shortly after midnight. Tho decided to belli them and con- Eliza May will have charge of the to the duties of a public servant, that, J within six months after taking his seat, ducted the couple to the residence of To Start Newspaper music for the occasion he Is called to shape the most important the deputy clerk, U. B. Langley, where in Hopkinsville, S. S. Convention piece of legislation of a Congress or per thev procured license, and were married vr Elizabethtown News. haps a decade. Prof. Barksdale Hamlett, former Subefore I o'clock. They returned just to Meet at Irvington perintendent of Public Instruction and to their home in Owensboro Tuesday. The Sunday School Convention o Grand Jury. defeated Democratic nominee for SecMagisterial District will the Fourth retary of State, plans to settle down at Birthday Party. convene at Irvington, May 20. The ex Hopkinsville, his old home, aud publish James II. Miller, B. 1 Blaine, W erclses will begin at 10 o'clock lasting a newspaper. It is not known when the S. Garner. W. J. Hall, throughout the day. Dinner will be C. Moorman. II. Little .MKs Mary Simon Bishoff en new publication will be issued. Prof. served on the ground. All are invited Davis Crews, J. B. Herndon, J. B. tertained a number of her trieuds to a Hamlett is a ready writer, and his Warren, Walter Bland, W. It. Bow- - birthday party Saturday afternoon at friends predict that he will make a sucto attend. man, S. S. Dowell, J. V. StCIalr, .fore- her home in the East End. Those in cess of the venture. Louisville Times. Irvington Boy Making Good. man. vited were: Vera Jolly, Mary Perkins, Dessie Brown, Catherine Brown, Char Friends of E. A. Reese are justly Moorman Appointed. OVER THE COUNTY. lie Lee Hamman, Mildred Morrison, He has proud of his recent success. Walter Moorman, ot Breckenrldgo Cecelia McCracken, Dell Kell, Eva been in Dallas, Texas, for the past two Johnson, Myrtle Johnson and Berda county, was appointed superintendent years, writing insurance for the Aineri of the beef cattle department of the Lon Rhodes and his son. Hart Rhodes, Carter. can Life Insurance Co , and has recently coming State Fair at the regular and J. F. McGary have cleaned up and been promoted as company inspector monthly meeting of the State Board of Wool Pool. white coated their barns, and fencing. He will travel over about 19 states Agriculture at State Fair headquarters Mrs. Sarah Snyder has bought five from California to Florida and as far in the Republic building. The board will make iots in the Park Addition to Hardlns north as North Dakota and The wool growers of Ureckeurldge agreed to meet in special session in Tennessee; also his home state Ken burg and will erect five houses. and Meade counties are pooling their Louisville Friday, May 12. tucky. He will give lectures on how to Perry Kemp is working 20 men and .1 wool and have fixed Saturday, tho 20th ex teams at his saw mill at Lodilmrg. conduct the company's business; day of May, on which to deliver their Mothers' Day Observed. peuses are to be paid and will receive an Luther Pate sold 10 pigs to Beard wool at Irvington. The plan is to have attractive salary. Epworth League Anniversary Day averaged about one seller and sell to the man or firm Bros, for $60. They Mr. Reese attended one of the insur II pounds each. offering the most money. Uy standing will be observed Sunday evening at at Fort Worth April 22 ance banquets the 7:1)0. Miss Leonora McGavock will B. F. Galloway, of Rod. sold Arthur together as one man wo can stlllen The speakers were: V. E. Croxdale price. For further Information write have charge of the sorvlces. A Beard a cow aud calf for $50 W. W. McNutt, Senator O S I.attimore Mothers' Day program has been ar'phone Lon Rhodes is feeding 100 head of or W. I. Mays, E A. Reese, W. R ranged and the young people are in13. H. Shelman or slop. lings on distilled Stewart. vited to come and bring their mothers. C. II. Drury. Dehole Sheernn shipped a car load of Petit Jury. DJ head cos't htm hogs last week. Z ZZ ?-STL --r Z CC 11. T. Dowell, V. G. Goodman, Percy $1,163. Blaln, S. P. Lasley, Everett Tabor, Walter Walker has been appointed Fred Whltehouse, II. C. Garner, Ves carrier on Rural Route No. a out of I Dranc, Q. S. Ashcraft, C. W. Dean Falls of Rough. Now is the time to buy your Lime, Salt, Rock Salt, Etc. Thos H. Withers, Add Arms, Sylves Uabe Wright is grazing a fine bunch Old Iron also bought. See ter Glasscock, James Hufllnes, James H. Dowell, Allle Pate, Jess Jolly, J of cattle on alfalfa. -: Ky. jj Glen lullus Dutschke shipped a car load of HOWARD, W. Pate, J. W. Ater, W. C. Duvall, A months old Durocs that averaged 200 J. Whitfield, Crit Seaton, Hardin Ball pounds. Gab Wright. ., POWDER I e. time-servin- I I ii Z XZ JESSE JR., :- Dean, lH-- Ti Til' ' 'iiMirr' ijiiliiri 1i .infMiri iff fint-ftt- Hi .. FROM THE METHODIST BULLETIN of Warsaw, Ky., the rites being solcm nlied at the church. We regret lo lose from the community another one of our Mr. Davis is a choice young women. most fortunate young man. Our prayers and best wishes shall follow them. LI5AGUH LHADHRS l'OR MAY. May 7, Miss Mona Moorman. May 14, Public Hiiniversary service lei bv Miss Leonora McOavock. May 2t, Donald Gregory and Harry Herry. May 2S, Mrs. J A. Ross. HPWORTII COMMU.VCHM15NT Prince Albert gives delight, because smokers such WHI.COMH rejoice lo 1e nlilc to welcome tlie Wc following new members: Henry Kielurtl White, I'mil IWwnnl Berry, Sunucl Coiirml, llcttie Irene Swanies, Cnr-ri- e Miic Jiickson. l'orrest Rodders Jackson, I.ntlitop Tracy Held, Jr., David Marion llclien, I.ilbott K Smith, Mrs Mary Jane Alien, Mis. Altia M. Ward. SHRV1CHOI' DHIHCATIOX. On Iyister Sunday, the paitor bnptifed three sni.ill children, vi.: lirnest Con-raWedding, son of lirnest and Naomi S .Wedding! Robert Owen llerry, son of Sam R Jr., and Leslie C. llerry; l'rances I.loyd White, daughter of l'rank ami Ver'lie W. White A d "No- !-I Said Calumet! The pastor the invitation incut Sermon the Cloverport odist church, at II o'clock. SUNDAY. appreciates the honor of to preach the Commence to the 1916 graduates of High School at the Meth Sunday morning, May 14, its flavor is so different and so delightfully good ; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness ! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read: " PROCESS PATENTED JULY OUR I5ASTUR Ol'I'KRINT.S. Sunday School for Missions Self Denial for Superannuate General Iteucvolciices 24 17 19 o9 7 co 5"! Incidentals Total CO.VlMtRIC.VCI5 CLAIMS T12HRS. 7 99 5f "I want what I ask for 1 know what it would mean to go home without it. Mother won't take YOMN chances Calumet she's sure of sure of Iiht, tasty wholesome, of positive, uni- ini'3 form results ot purity and economy. You try Miss llditlt M Hum, Miss Jeatiette W. lluni, Mrs J. A Rnrry, Miss Maud Harry, M. M. Denton, Mrs. J. II. Dean. Hertie Miss Leonora McOavock, Mi Cordtey, Mrs. M. Cordrey, .Mrs. H. M. lleheu, J. II. Nenliauer, Mrs J. II. W. 15 Arnold, Mis. W. 15 Arnold, Miss llessie Arnold, Coule.v AriuM, Mrs. Klunbcth C.eer, Wick'liffe Dellaveti. Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaveti The Conference Claims have been subscribed to date to the amount of S2S2 39 The balance yet unsubscribed is 6l.6t. The pastor is very anxious to be able to report the whole amount safely covered by cash or subscriptions to the Annual which meets at District Conference Will not those J.ewisport on May '3d members who have so far delayed doing so, communicate with the pastor, about the matter? He will greatly appreciate it. Some sort of subscription from every member is expected. Jrl Wjjl fl CALUMET Baking lay Powder aside t, your favorite brand once and you'll never go back to it. Calu- met is the world s best P.akinR Pow der it J moder ate in price. Reccirril Highest Award Sivt Cttl ilitl Fru In PROM TRHASURHR NOLTH. The following names were omitted from the April Honor Roll: J. H. Ran dall, Mrs. J. 11. Randall, Miss Maud Harry, Miss Pauline Moorman, Miss Hloise Nolte, Mrs. II. W. Wendelkin, Miss Leonora McOavock, Mrs. Jennie 11, Mien, Miss Hlizabeth Allen. In response to inquiries, the Treasurer will state that the Honor Roll as pub' lished includes the names of those who have met their obligations in full for the first two quarters for ministerial support. The little new members have started on the Honor Roll with their weekly of fetiugs for ministerial support: David Marion Hehen, Samuel Kdward Conrad, Henry Richard White. -- joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. VJ,e prefer to give quality I That means to you a lot of tobacco 30th, 1907" en- Fringe Albert the national joy smoke y'OU'LL, by k. j, k eynold in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it ! find a cheery howdydo on tap no much of a stranger you are in the nee ot ine woods you drop into, f or, t'rmce Albert is right there at the first place you pass that sella tobacco t The toppy red bag aeiia tor a nickel and the tidy red tin tor a dtmej then there m the hand' tin lomfl pound and humidors ana the pound cryBtat-ttashumidor with apongemottener top that keeps the to bacco in much ban up trim i. i PREPARED" 1 forsmokersunderthe process discovered h making experiments jo produce TQ9ACC0 IS Medicine Vs. Food. 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 ft and guarantee It to he medicine. Wc 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. Do not buy i all'the' ftund Cn. Si Slip It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! time! m NXW ,OMElT0BACC0,FORCIG PROCESS' PATENT 'Hi DOES NQTBITE'THEJTl Will you invest 5 c or 10c to prove out our Winston-Sale- say-s- o on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., N. C ThU Is the tide of 111 Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read! ' Patented Proctu"mtM thU u end realise what It means In making Prince Albert to much to your liklns. rTn DISTRICT CONHKR15.VCK 23-2- DKU5-OATHS- , I.HWISI'ORT, KV . May J, Hum, 15. Ii. Hdmoudson, Charles Jackson, Ira I). Hehen, J. C Nolle, C W. Moorman and I). H. I'helps. Let others plan lo be present for a part of the time anyway. Miss Lula Severs and the pastor have been assigned program duty. The Presiding I5hler writes: "The Hishop will be with us at our District Conference if possible." Being Made in Cloverport of Clover- Breckinridge-Ban- k port to HaVe New Tile Floor. The HreckinridgL'.Ilank of Clover port is making many Improvements in the building. The outside has been given a fresh coat of paint, all the Cheap and big canBaking Powders do not wood work on the inside finished, new paper on the walls and a tile floor will save you money. Calumetdoes it's Pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. be put in the building later. It will be one of the most up to date banks in the State and is a well established and rewith it many responsibilities, and offers liable institution. many opportunities for doing great good ttt The Murray Roofing Tile- - Plant Is covering the freight depot with, tile blocks. The work is progressing nicely. "A FREAK AD." FOR EVERYBODY BUT FREAKS Wo witnt it because wo aro human, and because wo are in- tensely human we want every dollar we can set. Yes, we readily admit that this a freak statement to make, but the only dillerenco between us and other freaks is that wc admit the truth that we want your money and THEY DON'T. We arc retailing fjoods for what wo can tret out of it for what we inn make out of you just as you aro keen to make every dollar possible out of othei people, AND OUT OF US. X7K WANT YOUR MONEY! H. L. OROUP MI5I5TINO. On Saturday, the 13II1, the Leagues from Hawesville and I.ewisport will be till guests of the local Hpuorlh League. A program has been planned by Miss These are our members who are elassi Lula Severs and the Council as follows: lied as ' Teachers and Officers:" 10x10 a 111. Song No 33. Miss llessie Arnold, Superintendent of Devotion. the Cradle Roll Right here we wish to Minutes, toad by Miss Tminlio urge iiion the membership of the church, Wonls of welcome Mis Met.nvoc!. the importance of reporting to this diSong No 677. vision of the school, the name and date Cloverjiurt Junior League Program of birth of a'l the children of our conDuet. gregation. It is very essential that we Mr. Asltby. "IiiiUicncc" keep in touch with the little fellows, be Piano Solo - Mins Tula Iiabbage. cause they are the ones who will make "What is a Model- League?" Miss our regular Sunday School later 011; and, J.icksou. of course, it is they who grow up to beSong No 355. come our Pastors, Superintendents, "How the League May Help the Pas Teachers, Students, etc.. in future years Ilabies of the Cradle Roll are suitably tir" Mr. Hehen. Music Ilnwesvillu League. ami appropriately remembered by the "What it Means to be a Christian" school at certain times Sir. Chambers. Miss Josie Raitt, Teacher of the Impromptu Talks. Class, takes the little fellows Doxologv and lleuedictioii. and initiates them into the regu'arschool. Noon Lunch. The next division is in charge of Miss Afternoon Kecrattimi. Mary Kinder, Teacher of the Primary , Vesper Service, Conducted by 4p Class and a vary faithful ami efficient Miss Sawyer. teacher she is, too It is expected that every Cloverport Miss I5mily Reid and Miss Leonora Leaguer hae a part in making May 13th McOavock have classes of the Second to b- - long remembered. one Division of the Primary work. The first division of the Juniors is I'ROM SUPliklNTHNDHNT 1II5H15N. taught by Miss Mary McOavock. Our Sunday School is prospering, and Mrs Shelby Conrad and Miss Ida we ask the co operation of our entire White have classes of the Intermediate membership in making it a model school. Division boys' and girls' classes, reInstead of an enrollment of 122, with spectively, an attendance if something over a hunMrs Wickliffie Dellaven, of the Oirls" dred, we should have an enrollment and Organised Ilible Class, Mr. Powell, of attendance of not less than one hundred the Young Men's Ilible Class, Mrs, more than is indicated by the toregoing Adams, of the Ladies' Class, and Mr, If the Sunday School can lay V. figures O. Habbage, of the .Men's Class, claim to any credit at all for the results bring the number of Teachers up to made manifest on Haster morning, then eleven. Do not we are not laboring in vain. Miss Mildred Habbage, Superintendent the results achieved arouse in the heart of Missions. of you not in attendance, a desire to take and Miss Tula Habbage, Secretary pari? We invite our inspection of the Treasurer. school, anil a visit from you will be apMiss .Maggie Hum, Superintendent of preciated. Ilirthday Remembrance. If the reader should not be- acquainted Ira Hehen and J no, Hum, General with the school, u list of the officers, Superintendents. teachers, etc., will probably be of interPaul S. Powell, Pastor. est to him, and we present herewith such To all who are not obligated elsewhere a list. Some of the younger girls of the we extend a cordial invitation Come Church have accepted certain duties in and help us live up to our motto: the school, the acceptance of which "Hvery member present, 011 time, with credit upon their training at home his own Ilible or lesson paper, u liberal When ami in the Sunday School. offering, a studied lesson, and a mind to scholar is called from a class to take up learn " the work of the school, the class from McOAVOCK-DAVIwhich he or she is chosen is honored, and the parents of the scholar may well At 3 o'clock on the afternoon of May be proud of the sou's or daughter's pro- loth, Miss Virginia Ireland McGavock motion. Teaching is a duty which carries will be married to Mr. R. Perry Davis, 111 1 ts 11 BUT ttt T.ie residence of Mr. .1. H. Ncau-I'aueIn the West-end- , Is being improved. A new room is being built, and new porches put up, which will add much to its attractiveness. HOW arc wo (loinj; to tret hold of your monoy ? How aro wo going to induce you to up and cough up?" There is onlj' one waj under the sun, and that is to MAKE OUR GOODS AND 1'KIOES SO ATTRACTIVE TO YOU THAT YOU SIMPLY CAN NO L' RESIST BUYING FROM US INSTEAD OF FROM THE OTHER FELLOW. Wo know full well that you are goinr to hang onto that dollar to tho last minute, and that the fellow who gets it MUST FIRST MAKE GOOD. We know that when it comes to the of that dollar you don't care a tinkci for us or any other man. What you want is RESULTS and WE ILL GIVE YOU THEM. ttt The clearing of the debris and the work on the lot of Julian II. Brown has begun. A residence and store will be erected and the work is supposed to he completed in a few months. DOLLARS look mighty good to us, and wo are just aching to get hold of them. We keen after thorn you know it, and wo admit it so let's get right down to tho lino edge of busines-- j that will cause you to hand them over while wo ruko them in, and then we'll both prolit by tho deal especially you. YOUR ttt The Cloverport Hotel Is being treated to a fresh coat of paint, which Improves its looks very much Mr. I'ate and Mr. lllliary Hardin are doing the work. LIVE without eating, and eating is a powerful expensive proposition theso At least it is to us. But you just come right hero for all your groceries, for everything in tho eat line. Hecattso we want your monoy we will just rip tho life right out, of prices. Oh! yes, we love our competitors, for they are all good follows, BUT WE LOVE l'OUll MONEY A WHOLE LOP MORE, and wo want it, and wo aro going to givo you an opportunity to live like kings and princes at a poor man's cost. Our prices will turn the trick. YOU CAN' L' ttt ttt The old English Kitchen on Main street is being torn down. Mayor Hatnman is having placed along the river front to tect the bank. V X X EATS are not tho only thing wo Sell. Wo carry everything a general ttoro over carries nnd many things most of them never think of carrying, and that is an added reason why you should lot us have your money and GET BIG RETURNS FOR IT. You can save a lot S of time and get a whole lot of satisfaction in buying overything hero clothing, dry goods, fur DU1' tile pro- anything you want, with prices frayed to a fruzzlo in every direction. nishings, shoes, hosiery, light hardware, farm and garden tools, dishes, kitchenwuro, or in fact, Everybody does it. ttt The blacksmith shop of Thomas Uohler In Cow Heel has added a grist mill to the building. A YES, YOU BET! If you corao here and spend every dollar you own with us we'll tho goods at you and haul in yonr money and keep right on smiling at both ends and in tho middle for wo want your monoy, and don't forget for one minute that we aro making the prices and givo you the quality of goods to get it. YES, Symbol of Health. The I'ythagorlans of Ancient Greece ate simple food, practiced temperance and purity. As a badge they used the five pointed star which they regarded as a symbol of health. A red live pointed star appears on each package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still fulfils Its ancient mission as a symbol If you are troubled with of health. indigestion, biliousness or constipation, get a package of these tablets from your druggist. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they alTord. Obtainable everywhere. J.111U la tt llUIV UU, UIIV IV UUbU Ituu l& lb UUUfll Ufyfuui lu JUKI QUUIIU WUUiUlUU DCUQU 1 wo'll miss our guess and our ;uess is that wo aro going to get and to your pocket-boosome of your good money because of this very freak ad. that is so full of facts nnd irresistible 5 truths, for TRUTHFUL PEOPLE ADMIRE THE TRUTH IN OTHERS. i3 1 k PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE a. R. WILSON, GLEN DEAN, RY. Ind., was the guest of Mrs, Scott Cun ningbam. No. Tar-rasco- n, FOR GOODS. The ball game at Derby, In J,, last returned Saturday was enjoyed by several Ken CHENAULT. tucky peop e. On account ot damaees to Str. Mrs. Slaughter, of Richmond, Is visFarmers la this section are very made a trip iting her niece, Mrs. Gerald Jarboe. the Str. Lena-Ma- y much behind with their work and corn through to Evansville. G. B. Frymlre has been mall carrier planting on account of bad weather. J. 11. Warren is at Hardlnsburg this the past week In Pike's place. Quite a crowd attended the log rolling at Dr. D. S. Spire's last week. week on the grand jury. Mrs. Kate Cunningham, of Derby. Miss Hobble Hrodle, In Louisville, home. who has been visiting has 40 for the Blood humors from the Expels scrofulous blood, whlch: causes constipation, ma larla, rheuraatlum, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. NEWSY PARAGRAPHS FROM HARDINSBURG A HAPPY DREAM PROGRAM true OF THE HASJjOME Fourth Magisterial District Miss Bandy Entertained to a Sufferers from Stomach Troubles Have Discovered a Relief. Rook Party Saturday Evening. Prof. T. S. Williams to Preach To be a sufferer from stomach trouble Sun- - for years ami bear all the torments thnt this all too common ailment causes, and day Morning. then to be benefited a most over night, is like having a happy drenm come true. This has been the pleasant experience PIANO FOR PICTURE SHOW. of thousands of former sufferers of this dreaded malady, who have taken Tan-lathe new reconstructive tonic, which Let US) then, be what we are, and peak what we think, and In all ntds nature to restore the stomach to the habit of doing a full day's worn and dothings Keep ourselves loyal to the truth and ing It well. the sacred profession of friendship. The present day mode of living has Longfellow, raised havoc with stomachs. A tired, overworked stomach or kidneys, abused Mrs. Marlon Lawrence and children, b too much or too hastily eaten food, of Evansvllle, Ind , after being the nnd our other faulty methods of living, guests of relatives here, left Sunday cause an endless number of nilments morning for Owensboro to visit rela- among them being liver complaint, kidtives before returning to their homes. ney trouble, catarrhal affections, dysMrs. John E. Klncheloe and daugh pepsia, nervous breakdown, lost ambiter, Nancy, were in Louisville shop tion and blood troubles. ping last Friday. People so affected, nnd' there are Miss Mildred Murray, of Glen Dean, thousands of them In cities like Clover-por- t, are loggy nnd nervous nnd easily was a visitor in town last week John Jarrett, of Dover, Ark., and tired. They are worn out after n little John Gibson, of Sample, were the exertion, aud arc moody nnd depressed. guests of their aunt, Mrs Lon Smith, These are sure symptoms of overworked vital organs, which need cleansing out Monday. nnd regulating. It is for just these conMargaret Misses Exie Lewis, ditions thnt Tnnlac has proven beneficial. O'Reilly and Viola Greenwell have reMen nnd women in nit walks of' life turned from Kirk, where they were the are daily acknowledging the benefits deguests of Miss Reglna McGary. Tnnrived from this Master Medicine John P. Haswell, Jr., of Louisville, lac has become a household word everyis here at. ending circuit court. where it has been introduced Its C. E. Haswell spent Sunday with his records for sales has by far excelled those family. of nnv other proprietary preparation ever Its J. C. Sills has purchased a piano known in the nnnnls of medicine success is based on met it nlonr. Its player for his picture show. Attorney Claud Mercer was In best advertiser is the former sufferer Brandenburg, Lexington and Frank who has been relieved. The laboratories are working day nnd night to supply the fort Inst week. great demand which has been created by Miss Lillian Carman, of Locust Hill, Tnnlac throughout the country. Its inpurchased a piano last Friday. stant leap into popularity in this section Mrs. 'A C. Hendrlck aud baby, Sarah lias been marvelous llzabeth, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Nervous, tired out, men nnd iendrlck in the country last week. women, or those suffering from stomach, Mrs. Tom Rhodes has returned to her kidney, liver, intestinal or catarrhal home hi Leitchlicld, after being the troubles should visit Wedding's Drug guest of her sister, Mrs. Mattie Tealf. Store, where the Tnnlac Man will exMrs Frank Evans has joined, her plain the merits of this wonderful reher hus land, Mr. Evans, who is the constructive tonic nnd the results that may be expected from its use recruiting ollicers here. On s.ile at Shellnian's drug store, Mr. Mark has moved his pianos in Stephensport. Anyone Bank building. 1 Sunday School Convention TO BE HELD AT BUGGIES! It has ever been the policy of this store to offer to its customers only merchandise of known quality. That is the reason we placed Baccalaureate Sermon Irvington, Kentucky, May 20th, 1916 SATURDAY MORNING 10:00 10:10 10:25 10:45 11:10 c, Devotional Rev. T. J. Wade Minutes of Last Meeting. Standards Rev. Geo. A. Joplin The Sunday School and Men.. Rev. R. E. Reeves The Value of Organization in Teen Age... Miss Eva Carrigan 11:35 Roll call of Sunday Schools with Reports from Delegates. 11:45 Appointment of Committees. 11:50 Offering. DELKER BROS.9 BUGGIES on our floor as we honestly believe there is no line of buggies that is their equal in quality. We now have a full line of this famous make in runabouts and top buggies and would like to show you their superior qualities at anv time. AFTERNOON SESSION Rev. R. E. Reeves 1:30 Devotional 1:40 The Qualifications of a Sunday School Teacher D. Smith S. C. Dowell Inconsistent Excuses Rev. T. J. Wade The Training of Teachers Teaching Temperance in S. S C. H. Drury How to Increase Our Cradle Rolls Miss Nora Driscoll 3:20 Round Table Discussion led by Dr. Joplin. 3:40 Election of New Officers. Rev. Geo. A. Joplin 4:00 Consecration Services VV. 2:05 2:30 2:50 3:05 Mitchel Wagons, a quality wagon which we believe to be, without a doubt, the best wagon on earth. Users bear us out in this statement. You should own a Mitchel Wagon! Buying our Fertilizer is the best investment a farmer can make. The increased production will prove our assertion. We have a quantity of 3 per cent Potash Fertilizer, which is so hard to find this season. Free literature for the asking. CRUTCHER, President. MISS ORA HENDRICK, Secretary. . C. and how he did bleed," as I heard a little boy remark at a Thanksgiving dinner. Toach the child to keep his plato in order. Not to handle the bread or to drop food on the lluor. To always say "Excuse me, please." when leaving the table before the rest of the party. To fold its napkin and to put back its chair or push It close to the table before leaving. And after leaving the table not to riturn. Ellzabetrttown class. run-dow- n liorn. to Mr. and Mr. Weller Merritt, a boy on May 1. Rev. J. R. Hughes, of preached nt the M. 12. church Wednes-- d Kii.g-nvood- , night. Mrs. James Hall and daughter, Mary Louis, is in Owensboro this wrek. .Mrs. Sue Wedding, of Cannelton, was the week end gutht of Mrs. Kugese iv Our implement stock is complete and a word from you will bring full information on any item you need. Conner. The Farmers desiring to purchase a piano will find them there. Prof. T. S. Williams will preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning at the Methodist church at eleven o'clock. J. F. Jolly attended court in Owensboro last week. Mrs. Preston Jarboe has returned to her home In Evansvllle, after being the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy. The Kings Heralds of the Methodist church will have an open meeting Sunday evening at the church-Pau- l Wilson, of Irvlngton, spent Sunday at the Commercial Hotel, the guest of friends, Miss Lo:tie Bandy entertained to a Rook Party at the Commercial Hotel Saturday evening. Misses Jessie Hud son, Nancy Klncheloe, Ruth Klncheloe, Patty Gray, Mary Franklin Beard; Messrs. M. B. Klncheloe, A. T. Beard, Moorman Ditto, Nathaniel Shellman; Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowel), Mr. and Mrs. Thorn ton and Paul Wilson were the Invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gilbert, of Owens boro, came Saturdu) for a week's visit. News. Mrs. Perry Kemp was in Owensboro that had he delayed only a short time last week. he would have lost the sight of that Rheumatism. Wm Chenault and family moved eye. Mrs. Kell went to Louisville Sat-da- y If you are troubled with chronic or from Kingswood into the property of J. to spend the day. muscular rheumatism give Chamber- W. French. We are glad to have them Mrs. Hiliary Hardin went to Skill-ma- n lain's Liniment a trial. The relief with us again. Saturday to see Mrs. Benton Ire Miss Minnie Morris came home Monfrom pain which it affords Is alone land. worth many times Us cost. Obtain- day from Kingswood where she has The census of the Cloverport High able everywhere. been attending school. School was completed In due time, with the largest enrollment we have nad In A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepfourteen years. Will give the exact B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. Splendid Farm For Sale AvU f ! pupils later. Mrs. Tom Bohler and Mrs. Israel Holder were calling on their friends on the hill Friday and were surprised and much pleased with the improvement since their last visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons' returned from the country several days ago. Mr. Simmons is much Improved in health. They are visiting at the number of ld STEPHENSPORT H. A. Dutschke was in Louisville Monday. Mrs. JohnGibaon, of Sample, was the guest of Miss Lena Payne Saturday. Miss Maude Smith is at Valley Sta sia and constipation weakens the whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c per box) acts mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. C(L Acres on Hardinsburg and Cloverport Pike Q five miles from Hardinsburg, known as Q the Ralph Walker farm. Q GARFIELD. IMPROVEMENTS: Three Room Box House, Two Stock Barns, One Tobacco Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken House, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 acres in first growth timber. home. The friends of David Allen regret to hear of the illness of himself and sister, Miss Elizabeth Allen. Dr. Parish is In attendance From Saturday until Monday, Mrs. Jesse Isom and Miss Mona Isom were visiting in Cannelton at the home of J. "Chamberlain's Tablets Have P. Holder and Mrs. Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Perkins and little Done Wonders for Me." baby were here Sunday to see the "I have been a sufferer from stomach family of Samuel Wheatly. trouble for a number of years, and alLeyton Furrow was In Howell last though I have used a great number of week. comremedies recommended for this Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Pate, of plaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the were in town Friday, the guests medicine that has given me posifirst of their daughter, Mrs. Peyton Scott. tive and lasting relief," writes A'.rs,, Len Campbell and Simon Bjavin Anna Kadln, Spencerport, N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done spent Thursday in Owensboro. Mrs. Jake Miller, who has been viswonders for me and I value th'em very iting at Stephensport, arrived here highly." Obtainable everywhere. Saturday morning to visit relatives and friends. Mat-tlngly, tion spending the summer with her J. F. Stinnett, after several weeks visit to Maceo and Owensboro, is home sister. Mrs. Guy Martin. Miss Esther Payne, of Cloverport, again. Minor Payne, of Bewleyville, was the was here Thursday teaching her music X X m Q Q V J No. 2. of my good neighbors whoso home SOME have kept them from traveling around much sometimes express a slight contempt for the stores here in town. It's tho old saying of "familiarity breeds contempt" over again. They usually come out with this sort of remark when I am telling of my travels, and they follow it up with: "OH, BUT YOU MU8T HAVE SEEN SOME WONDERFUL STORES WHEN YOU VISITED SUCH AND SUCH A CITYI DO TELL ME ABOUT THEM I" For Price and Terms Call Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. x 8 I I Cm Seed Com from best Kar Corn we could find in Indiana Inst year. Alio Johnson Coutitv White nnd Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at $2 per bushel; five bushels at $1.75 per bushel. Also several fine Poland China Hoars and Hour figs and one registered out anu lour nice rigs. Farmers Interest! : W. J. OWEN & SONS, m Hardinsburg, Ky. 0 mm nmm 0 1 mi m HILL ITEMS. Our Grandfathers If ever you are a Christian at all, It must be of your own free choice and desire. No one in heaven or on earth will make you one, and those who wait for some overwhelming outside force to sweep them into the kingdom wait in vain. drenched horses for colic. That was the old way which was uncertain and unsafe. Farris' Colic Remedy does away with drenching is applied on the horse's tongue with a dropper which comes packed in each bottle. Get It today. We Guarantee it. Wedding's Drug Store. For sometime the Presbyterian churches of this place and Irvlngton have considered changing the date for Children's Table Etiquette. services. The change has been made Here are a few good rules that can CHANDISE, GOOD SERVICE AND FAIR PRICES, ON MANY CITIES E. Reeves will and the Rev. Robert be here next Sunday, May 14, which be safely followed: TWICE IT8 SIZE AND POPULATION. Give the child a seat that shall be will be the second Sunday, Instead of Our merchants aro hustling, enterprising and right up to tho minute. strictly Its own. the third, as heretofore. Wo all ought to feel mighty proud becnuso towns of our sizo that Teach It to take Its seat quietly. Last '.Tuesday week, while at his can boast of such lino stores us we have aro mighty scarce about as To use its napkin properly. work at the shops, cnarne K.eu got a scarce as diumouds at a hodcarriers' ball. To wait patiently to be served, ticiu iragment 01 siooi in iua ojrc, I FEEL SURE THAT IF EV E RY.WO MAN HEREABOUTS COULD TAKE To answer promptly. at once to Dr. McDonald, who advised OFF AND QO "TRIPPING," AS I HAVE, SHE WOULD To say thank you. A FEW MONTHS him to got to a specialist. He left for Never to interrupt or contradict. COME BACK WITH A GREATER APPRECIATION OF THE FINE SERVLouisville next morning, and Is under Never to make remarks about the ICE of our Local stores. the care of Dr. White at St. Mary's mr8. shrewd shopper. "I saw that turkey killed and Elizabeth's Hospital, who says food, such guest of his niece, Mrs Abe Dowell, Thursday night. George Gregory, of Hardinsburg, was I hear this quite often, and it nlwaya makes mo smile and at tho the guett of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory enmo time rouses up all the civic pride in me, and I tell them a few Sunday. things that open their eyes. Mrs. George Heard, of Indianapolis, There's nothing like shaking the dust of your homo town and going expects to visit relatives here this weeli. out to sec tho rest of this glorious country of ours to mako you feel Mrs. Tom Dowell is critically ill. proud and enthusiastic about the little spot on tho map you call "homo" Kev. Cutidiff filled his regular ap and its pleasant folks and good stores und EVERYTHING in it when polntment Saturday ami Sunday. you get back. V. W. Smiilt has returned to HartOUR "LITTLE OLD TOWN" HAS SOME STORES THAT WOULD REford after u week's visit at home. FLECT CREDIT, IN THE WAY OF BROAD STOCKS OF STYLISH MERCompton were M. ic Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Meador, of Custer, passed through town Friday en route to Mrs. Meador's father, Mr. Allen, who lives near Harclitsburg. Mrs. Julia Hrownand granddaughter, Miss Sallie Brown, were visiting relatives hert last week. Mrs. Melvin Adams and Miss Ratio Hoss visited In Hardinsburg Friday. Jl'dge Dowell was a business caller last week. This tenson has been the busiest yet for our milliners. Folks from Custer, Harued, Irvington, Hardinsburg anil other near towns are seen buying hats. It makes us feel proud of our milliners. I'. Mr. und Mrs. Mrs. Nat Watllngton and daughter, Sunday. guests at S. A. Richardson's of Hardinsburg, were calling on Mrs. Mrs. D. II. Smith was kicked by a Naucv Snyder Friday horse Saturday aud h buffering very Virdla Brown, who has been In Loumuch from the effects. isville for several months, has returned Stevu Haynes lost n good horse last home. Mrs. David PenlcK and Miss Sadie week. Mrs. Arthur Drane, of Irvlngton, Hall will be our teachers for the next spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. term of school. Let's make up our minds to stand by them and put forth D. H. Smith. every effort to make our school what A. N. Cashman was In last week. we would like It to be. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BABBAGE. NOT WAR HORSES i PROGRESS OF THE Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY ENOUGH FOR ARMY 'LINCOLN HIGHWAY Six Months Would Exhaust the More Than Supply of Suitable Mounts. BETTER BREEDING NEEDED. , The mai with never $ets laid off 4 Arm- or never money 10, 1916 ( nA rlJJ .discharged. $2,250,000 Has EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Been Already Expended. WHOLE ROUTE IS MARKED. i ?vf 1 Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Claim Made That Farmers as Woll as tho Government Would Be Greatly Bonefitod Federal Aid Is Extended In Some Instances to Those Who Improve Their Stock. Involved In war with a first class power less than six mouths after tho commencement of hostilities wo would have to commence mounting cavalry and horse artillery on draft horses similar to those used for large express wagons and brewery wagons or else on n typo of smaller horse so Inferior to the mounts of our enemy that the wouhl be marked. This Is the Judgment of army heads nfter n careful ennvnss of the entire 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. t Has Brought About a Tremendous Increase In Cross Country Touring, So That Thousands of People Aro Soeing Their .Country For the First Time. Lincoln Highway association. It must bo borne In mind thnt the Lincoln Highway association Is nn orBY AUSTIN F. UEMENT, secretary of "BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK." May 15 to '20 1ms been mimed by tho American Humane Association ns "Bo Kind to Animals Week." This movement is bcin? advertised and obfcrved in many of he lendinsr cities of the United States. The charm about this week is that there is an opportunity for every volunteer worker from the younccst child to tho oldest citizen to do some pood deed toward tho celebration. The very idra of havinp one entire week .set aside in which to emphasize the need of kindness to nninuil.i, is one which compels the attention not only of those enpaped in tho preat work of rclicvinp animal suHennp but of all those who really care for tho speechless hosts dependent on mtinV mercy. He Kind to Animals Week is even broader in its scope than the term "Ilumnne Education" for humane education is generally understood to apply to the instruction of children of school ape. while "He Kind to Animals Week" 1ms been found to include not only this but also the peneral tcachinp of the adults and very largely those of more inlluental clashes, especially editors and clergymen. This one week is beinp observed by many Humane Societies in tho United States. MOTHERS' DAY. .hr wosnflm mm i If the L'nlted States should become tworvev in it n( iav - day apart as a The second Sunday in May lias been for mothers, and it should be the ambition of every Sunday school superintendent to have the mother of each pupil in the Sunday school Every day in the year should have and church on that occasion. pood in it for the mother, and it is not asking too much for the Sunday school to give one of its f2 Sundays to the best friend that a boy or pirl ever had. Get the mother into the school, even if you have borrow an auto or a buggy and go after her. Make it your business to get her, no matter how much trouble it is. She's worth it and her presence will be a benetit to the school. The mothers soon pass away and their places are never tilled. Sing the songs that pay tribute to the mother. In the prayer ask God's choicest blessing to descend upon her and make the day one that will linger in her memory like a strain of sweet music. Tho State Hoard of Health 1ms issued a proclamation naming the week of May 3 The proclama as Clean Up Week For Kentucky. tion states that statistics show that t!i) psr cent of all sickness and 41 per cent of all deaths occurinp in this State in recent years are from diseases which the health authorities and doctors could have It is hoped that the proclamation by the State Board of Health will find a teady response on the part of the State from one ,end to the other. pre-.vente- d. There is no action so slight nor so mean but that it may be done to a great purpose, and enobled therefore. LODIBURG. Last Satunlay, May 7, Miss Icy May I'ollock, of Raymond, went to Catuieltoii and were married. They were accompanied by Mtss Hassie l'hilpott and Klbert Johnson, a brotherof the bride. On their return to Lodilnirg they were met by Mr. and H. S. Class Day. Mrs. Orayson Payne, cousins of the Friday evening. May I9, Graduation bride, who nave them a nice reception. Exercises. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Johnson The groom is a promising young farmer ot Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox have moved to Grathamptou, where he will go into the mercantile business Sam and Clint Adkissou and their sister, Miss Mollie, have moved in the property vacated by Mr. Cox, where they will Johns'011 and Walker Veep Sunday morning, May I4, baccalaureate sermon. Monday evening. May i5, Prof. Williams and Mrs. Williams reception to the Seniors. Tuesdayafternoon, May 16, Grammar School class day. Wednesuay afternoon, May 17, Field Day. Thursday afternoon, May 18, B. C. country. In which the two most prominent bankers In every rural county In the country were nsked to send a list of the number of horses available for tho mounting of cavalry and Held artillery, the typo und conformation of the horso being carefully specified In tho Inquiry. Training Would Be Futile. If the country should go to wnr tomorrow the spectacular horsemanship ami superior training of her cavalry and light artillery would avail her nothing. She hasn't the horses. According to General Aleshlre, quartermaster general of the army, there aro less than 22,j,O00 horses available for military service In the country. This number would a little more than olTer (irst mounts to a war strength army. In the civil war the federal government In one year 1S0I purchased and captured nearly 210.0(10 horses, and during eight months of that year remounted tho Army or the Potomac twice. Sheridan's troops were supplied throughout the war at the rate of three remounts per .mimm. Friction between the wnr department and the department of agriculture now threatens to stop the only effort which hns been made in this country to correct this condition. While known ns tho army remount service, the renl object is to improve the breeding of carriage, light harness and saddle horses types that make the best all round horse for farm and city by offering tho farmers the free use of thoroughbred stnlllous belonging to the government and directed by the department of agriculture. In Operation Three Years. " This system, In a most abbreviated form, has been in practice now for three years and with every possible success. Such foals as the United States requires for remount purposes have been purchased, netting a profit to the farmer plus the amount usually collected by the middleman buying horses for tho army under contract, and offering tho United States a better horse at less expense for cavalry or other mounted military work. Calling for an Initial appropriation of $200,000 and an annual expenditure thereafter of $100,000 for a period of years, a bill for the extension of this system, introduced by Representative Thomas J. Scully of New Jersey, Is now awaiting action by the hcusc committee on agriculture. The figures In tho bill represent the estimates made by experts of the agriculture and war departments ns to the amount necessary to glvo adequate force to the plan. Representative Scully, after consultation with civilian and military experts, also has Introduced a resolution calling upon tho house military affairs committee for an Investigation to determine whether the present plan should be supplemented in any other way. ganization aiming nt the establishment of a continuous Improved hlghwny from the Atlantic to the I'aclllc and thnt It Is not In Itself n constructing organization. It hns never undertaken and will not undertake tho actual building of sections of road, which lu every Instance nro superintended by the regular authorities appointed and elected for that purpose. Tho amount which the association can procure to bo spent upon tho road by proper means, through the regular channels provided for road construction in mu nicipalities, township, counties and states, overbalances by thousands to one the amount of construction which could be done by the direct expenditure of tho sums contributed by voluntary subscription toward tho building of the highway. To all practical purposes tho Lincoln highway Is now completely marked from New York to San Francisco. There aro points where tho marking is not ns complete ns it should be, but this Is being rapidly taken care of. Automobile clubs, local good roads organizations, boards of commerce and other civic and patriotic organizations huve made It a point to complete the Bank he , is not works better. worried-- he the mm .i i .'i A I ' itfPPHIX And HE Is the man who gets PROMOTED. The man with money Is "looking" for the man who SAVES. He knows that the man who can take care of his own money Is the man to TRUST. Saving money Is the true test of reliability. It's good common sense, too. Be wise today. Open an account with the money you have In your POCKET. Put YOUR money Safe Deposit In OUR bank S60O.0OO.0O V Total Resources Including Trust Investment's Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. rHARDINSBURQ, KY. BUILDING MATERIAL 5. Write us for our Price on this Line and give your inquiry prompt thino- in - Any- we will ( I 12 8 a FORDSVILLE - PLANING MILL COMPANY wr; Clncorporated err ' t KY. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, TRY A WANT AD TODAY ON THE WAT FllOSl COAST TO COAST VIA TUB LINCOLN UIOHWAT. 8 We are Packing hotel. A, M, Hardin was in Cannelton one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clabe Dowell, of near Hardiusburg, visited Mrs. Dowell's parents, Nr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt, last week. Rev Hutchison filled his regular appointment at Walnut Grove Sunday. Jess Payne sold I.ee Shaw a fine young mare for 131. Will Payne bought n fine mare from Mrs. George Cox for $100. Miss Ailer Pearl l'ayue visited her cousin, Miss Icy Johnson, pt Raymond last week. John ISiddle and daughter, Mrs Roscoe Avitt, were in Hardiusburg last Thursday. Miss Ida Hello Ater, of Irvington, visited Miss Mirl Itasham last Saturday. Henry Lancaster was in Stepheusport last Saturday. Mr. anil Mrs. Carlton Payne and little daughter, Mary Carlton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mc. Payne at Wu1stcr last week. Mrs. H. C. Haddock, of Vubtcr, visited Mist, Mollie AdkiMn lust Saturday mid Sunday. S. W. llniiett. of I'inou Star, visitvd June llandy Saturday and Sunday and attended church at Walnut drove. AN Better Horses Only Object. "The department of agriculture has taken the position that the object of the remount system Is to raise horses for purely military purposes and that therefore the system should bo directed by the war department." said Mr. Scully. IMPORTED MODEL. Breckenridgo County High School Calendar. Friday evening, May 13, open session of Literary Society. This nport skirt from Paris Is n smart combination of blue velours du lalno nd Scutch pluld la narrow blue and biitT. Tho front and back paneled effect und novelty pockets which hang from the belt aro very ehle. With this handsome skirt la worn a buff silk shirt waist. 11 "The fact of the matter Is that tho war department Is asking only tho breeding of horses be encouraged, which every user of a horse for anything except heavy draft work demands; that the scrub stock of this country bo weeded out by the offering of puro bred stallions to tho farmers. The war department hopes to benefit only Incidentally In tlmo of pence, as tho peace requirements In horseflesh can very easily bo taken caro of, and lu tlmo of wnr, when tho need of tho o war department Is the need of tho country, where will the lino bo drawn between tho duty of duo department and another? "The United States, next to Russia, leads the world In the production of horseflesh. And yet our horses aro now of such poor typo tho foreign buyers coming over hero uro nble. despite tho desperate need of their country, to purchase horses for military purposes at about $100 u head. The government stallions have been of four different breeds, selected by a conference of war. agriculture and civilian experts, n ml theso have been confined to four different sections of tho country. The thoroughbreds have been stationed at and ucar tho re? mount stutlon at Front Uoyal, Va where horses for hunting and saddle work aro popular. en-tir- marking In their localities. In many places the tourists find tho red, white and blue marker on every successive telegraph pole for miles, as In sections of Iowa and Nebraska. Improvement of accommodations Is going on all along tho route, notels are enlarging, nro bettering tho accommodations which must be offered to the tourist, and, while metropolitan hotels and cuisine can by no means be found on a transcontinental drive today, tho Improvement of conditions has been wonderful. The tremendous Increase In cross country touring which 1015 revealed has a greater meaning to the country than the economic ono which appeals to the local communities. Thousands of people are seeing their country for tho first time In a way which brings them into Intimate contact with, tho residents of every section. That the means of rapid, safe and individual communication between all sections of tho United States means a broadening of outlook, a greater degree of understanding between our widely separated sections and a more unified nationalism Is certain. The plans for tho continuance of tho Lincoln nighway association's endeavor during the present year contemplate a further extension of the work which has been done In tho past Tho educational work of tho association will bo continued. The headquarters will continue to act as a clearing house tor road Information and as an aid toward the establishment of other organizations for similar work. Seedling miles of hlghwny will bo continually established lu tho different st.x'es as is expedient. Every effort will bo continued to bo brought to bear on Hio authorities of tho different cities, townships, counties and states through which tho route passes, toward tho end of Its rapid Improvement, and Incidentally the greatest possible aid will be extended to tourists undertaking to drive over the route. Children as Road Builders. A new Idea In road building comes Pontotoc county, lu from Oklahoma. that stale, will test the elllcacy of the country schools as an aid to tho bettei W". T. Melton, su roads movement. perliitcndeut of schools of that county Is tho originator of tho plan. Ho wll schools In hare caoh of the sixty-fou- r tho county build ono mllo of road. Prizes of from $100 to $200 will bo offered to stimulate rivalry between tbi different schools in the road work- - a Coupons That Are Worth Money To You b. ng SwwnwwiiwiMnBi McDANIELS. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Spencer and family were the guests of Fred Cannon Sun I I I LEWISP0RT I Sacks of any in each 24 and 48-lgrade of our flour. This is a Profit-sharioffer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky day. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jarboe and baby, of Louisville, were the guests of his sister, Miss Blanche Jarboe, and uncle, Matt Jarboe, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Glasscock and baby, were the guests of her sister, Mrs Robt. Carwile, Sunday. Jimrale Hornback was buried at Cal vert Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jesse Galloway was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mat-- . tingly, Sunday. Fred Cannon, who has been in Ow ensboro undergoing a treatment, was at home the first of the week very much improved in health. Dr. Stephenson, of Stephensport, Is here for a few days to do dental work. Guy Hart was In llardinsburg Monday. C. 12. Ilaswell was here Monday. Arthur Beard was here Tuesday on business. J. W. Stornies was in Owensboro Monday. Born, to the wife of C. M. AUlrldge May 1, a boy, Clifton Milner Aldridge. Oval, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Mattlngly, who has been dangerously ill, is improving. Miss Fannie Lewis has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Carwile, for the last two weeks. Mrs. Amanda Tucker, who spent the winter with her son, Dr. J. C. Tucker, has returned to her home near Mook. Mrs. J. D. Aldridge, of near Mook, spent several days last week with her son, C M. Aldridge and family. Miss Ella Kiper was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Roxa Mattingly, last week. Mrs. J. C Tucker, who has been teaching at Kingswood, has returned home. Several from here attended the all day services at Antioch last Sunday. Miss Nevah Milner will arrive Sunday to be the guest of her lister, Mrs. C. M. .Aldridge, for some time. THROW OUT THE LINE "Throw Out the Life Line" Weak kidneys need help. They're often overworked they don't Ket the poison filtered out of the blood. Will you help them? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought benefit to thousands of kidney sufferers. Rend this case: J. A. Uaird, farmer, R. V. D. No, 5, Hartford, Ky,, says: "I had beeu troubled witli sharp twinges across tuy loins, together with kidney weakness. As I heard Doau's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got a supply. One box cured me " Price foe, nt all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney reinedy-rg- et Doan's Kidney Pills the same trKtl Co.', cured Mr. Uaird.' Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milburn t "Want Ads" bring results. fShe Breckenridge News 10, 1910 WEDNESDAY, MAY. WHERE CAN YOU GET tZrS RECIPE SHOWER. ?Zi FX- -! THE TOWN SLOUCH By ELLIS M. CLARKE. ' 1t1 -- i; 7Z?Z 7jjj ' Entered at tlie Tost OITllcc at Olorerport, Ky us second cUsn matter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE All nt once Spring is here. House Cleaning on in earnest. About the first planing is for Tjg, ;gi Sinjrer Sewing Machines? Any kind of machine Needles? Oil, Oil Cans, Kelts, Etc.? WHERE i CAN YOU GET GENERAL OFFICES INtW TUNK AINU (,nil.ftVJU YTrANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t 2.50 For Precinct ntid city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In the interest o( Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Train Schedule on Your old couch Upholstered? Your broken chair Repaired? And the numerous other little things done, all of which it takes to make the home that which all men desire after a hard day's work. Miss Susettc Sawyer gnvu a most at tractive recipe shower Friday afternoon In honor of Miss Virginia Mcof Gavock. A novel entertainment the afternoon was an "auction salo." Several interesting looking packages were brought In and each one was marked as to what it contained. After they were all auctioned the guests opened them One of. thr- boxes was marked, "A Hit of Old Lace," and In it was an old shoe lace. All the other packages were similar to th's :ne. The guests were Invited to the dining room, which was attractively dec- I ?The PWindShaides! Kind That's made-to-wea- Worth Having jjj I?: The L, H. & St, L. R'y. 19, 1915. Otjjj A. M. A. M. 5M . 40 I Effective September No. 142 ... Arriving Irvinittnn Cloverport No. 141 will leave ArrlvliiK Ir.lnKWn . AirtvlDK Louisville... No. 14B will leave Clovcruort ArrlvInK IrvltiRton WEST HOUND No. 141 will lcnvo Clovcrport. Arriving Owcnstxiro EAST HOUND will leave Clovcrport 5:07 A. w. awl A. Ji. 10 M A. M. l . M. . , Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansv llo Arriving St. Louis No. 143 wllllcuvo Clovorport Arriving IIiiwcsvlllo. Arriving Owtnsboro No. 145 will leavo Cloverport Arriving Owenslwro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kviinsvillo Arriving St. Louis 147 will leavo Cloverport No. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson !; Si !,' ' If 5 , ..401.M. - 7:09 7:30 11 ssis i . m. ;51 4S . . M. M. 1'. M. 12 - Jj.". 1 A. M. .S0 . 41. ... A. M. A. M. :0U A.m. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS orated in pink and white. The dining tabic dad a large pink centerpiece with streamers from it, and at the end of each was a fortune for each If Cy Cawklnn Was Interned th' Job of guest. Delicious ices were served. Guardin Him Would Be a Sinecure.' Cloverport, Ky. The guests were: Miss McGavock, Misses Leonora McGavock, Mary Mc- "Are you married or sIiikIoT" ill' regiscan do all this to your satisfaction. trar risked. Gavock, Claudia Pate, Mildred Uab Patsy McGIInn "Olm naytlicr," bagc, Frances Sawyer. Jcanctte Burn, As ho shifted Ma hat to th sldo ot hli head. Martha Willis, Mary Ccuch, Mary "Ol wns born, lnco yo auk It, a twin." Ureckinrldge-Han- k of Cloverport, was Gibson, Katharine Wroe; Mrs Joe In Louisville Thursday. Sawyer and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer How wore tli" rots saved nn.yb.ow7 Miss Etta Mitchell, of Buffalo, N. Y., Adam didn't livvc Ararat until th' is visiting her cousin, Miss Jennie flood was over. GLEN DEAN. Green, Falls of Rough. Miss Margaret Mattlagly, who has .r-' zc-rr been nursing Miss Selma Sippel, re Mrs J. T. Jones and Miss Ilettie Webb turned to Owensboro Thursday. are in Leitchflcld. 5 T"V .J!l W. L. Harrtll, of Kirk, and Judge Cicero Fentress and wife have return Henry Dellaven Moorman, of Hardin$- ed from Florida. Mrs. Fentress is very buig, were in Owensboro Saturday. much improved in health Mr. Fen Xutn Advertisers plcii'i- notify the editor Mrs. George Weatherholt and MUs tress says he feels like a new man and j wni'ii you wrtiu uuveriisviiiem uisconunueu Cleona Weatherholt went to Louisville glad to get back home. He is satisfied, Thursday to be the guests of Mrs. Mary however, that there is no better country ADVERTISE Ryan. than old lSrcckcuridge county. Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Dr. Ernest Wedding and Mrs. WedE L Robertson bought the following ding have returned from Tobinsport, Column lots of hogs and shipped Tuesday: 35 wher6 they were guests of Mrs. Conrad from J W. Storms, 2.1 from Tom ,Moor-inaONE CENT PER WORD Simons. 6 from Leu lleavin, ." from Herbert Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman and Payne, 10 from Hugh Haycraft, 7 from For Sale Milch Cow. Miss Lily Anderson, of Morganfield, Jim Cannon, 5 from R. L Helming, 40 A HA are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. li. from Will and Frank Jnrboe, 30 from ;OI! toI.K An extra food Milch Cow. .Mrs. Cli.is Holder. ply Skillman. Geo Jnrboe, 15 from W. R .Moorman A Penick's Cabinet and Repair Shop r. We have Ours are them in the staple colors. Special sizes not in stock ordered for you with extra speed. Don't fail to see our line of .v. is ft; New Curtain ft: Goods and Scrim Lino-lem, Curtain Poles, Floor Oil Cloth, Straw Matting. ft ft: pi ft; ft m Let Us Show You rz t n t C I J. ? C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. j m mm - mi. naaanzxruxxs b For Sale Cow. Mrs. C. W. Moorman, Jr.. returned Son It SAI.K Jersey milch cow; elves three, to her home in Versailles Tuesday after Moorman's tore house, occupied by I 30 callous intirh d.iy. Dr. W. A. Walker, About People who Live in Cloverport, n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, J. R Wilson, tlie new merchant, is be. llurdlnsliuri;, Ky. ing painted Those who Travel and Those who H. Bowmer. For Sale Ancona Eerirs Live, in Other Towns and Cities. Green Bros, have a rush order for a C. W. Dean is building a new barn COl! HAI.H Anroim eccs for liiitchlnir: 15 ei?s ;i.uu. .iirs. i.oiterb u.iriiiw, i.iun big lot of material for the ' shops. 40x50 on his farm near town. Church and Society Notes Inivy. Another instance of Mr. Hudson's cluded. Mr Wilson, the new merchant, says home first orders. For Sale Errs. he is doing a nice business and is highly J. M. Powers, ot Whitesville, came pleased with his new location COII SALK Thoroughbred Wli'te Wvan SaturV. J. Hall went to Fordsville at il a settlnj;. MUs Mary dotte up to McQuady Saturday, He sas day. Miss Martha Lou Powell, who has Manning, Clienuull, Ky. farmers are away behind with their been seriously ill, is improving Her Dr. Jesse Baucum was in Louisville work in his section. A Nice Modern Home. many friends will be glad to know this. Sunday. school, or rent on ldll Went Herbert Hall has returned from DeFOU SALE L'ood cistern. Burden ofand nut- your flowers for Mothers' Day troit a well equipped automobile maOrder Mrs. Walker Urown and children, of huiidltiK.s very oesiraDie locution; everyfrom Chas. Fallon. thing now. Apply ut once to O. WetliliiKton. chinist. If you want to know anything Louisville are visiting her parents. leit uiiy, iou. "Israel Holder took a load of cattle to about an auto ask Herbert. T, Lewis and Mrs. Lewis, of Rev J. Louisville Monday. J. W. Larkln, of Madlsonville, is the Trenton, were visiting their daughter, For Sale Larjje and Small Farms Thomas Ferry, of Louisville, spent guest, of his brother, Ed Larkin, and Mrs Ilallard Wilson, last week. A nutiilx-- r FOR SALE50 to IKK) acres of large and small here. tbn week end each. For particu sister', Mrs. Teresa Price, at their counlars wrup wm. Aumson. nuraiDsnurK, iy Milton Tate, of Kirk, returned from try homes near Cloverport. ur james u. rcuion, uiorerpon, ivy. McQUADY. Owensboro Saturday. Mrs. Eliza Long and son, William, B. Y. P. U. services will be conducted and Mrs. M. B. Tyler, of "Louisville, . uy auu'iay cvcuiuk U.. k.uuu 1. Miss Maggie Board is at home from spent the week end at Addison, their Louisville, is Mrs. Harry Williams, of old home. Mrs. Barrett was with them. Louisville. the guest of Mrs. Frank Ferry. Mrs. N. J. Day and grandson, Wade, The monthly Church Conference will Miss Ara Williams, of Evansville, Is be held at the Methodist church Wed- spent Saturday in Hardlnsburg. the guest of the Misses McGavock. Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Har- Telephone 56-- J nesday night in connection with trie Cloverport, Ky. Emmett Edmondson, of Louisville, prayer service. Let all reports be ready dlnsburg, were the guests of Mr. and spent Tuesday here visiting friends. Mrs. Wm. Davis Sunday. in writing. Aunt Rhoda Taylor, of Clover Miss Leonora McGavock will lead the Miss Anna Louise Powell, of Epworth League services Sunday even Attorney-at-Lais the guest of Mrs. E. C. Mc- Creek, has moved here to make her -11 iii-ui- a million Fords are now in evervdav use, everywhere. Here are some reasons for this remarkable record low quality service reliability price economy of operation and responsibility of the Company the Ford Car. is certainlv the onlv Universal Runabout '$390; Touring Car $440; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. For sale by More than H. L. STADER, Agent Telephone No. 6 Cloverport, Kentucky I .. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent tiMnmuiMMin rww t Dentist w le, V. G. BABBAGE WE ARE NOW READY mauummmmmmmuuuuuuuuuuumauummmmmm With Our New Shop to Receive and Contract i X log. The Mothers' Club will be entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. David Phelps. Jerry Noble, of Rockport, was the guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John Weisenberg. Mrs. John Burn went to Louisville Saturday. She was accompanied home by Mr. Burn. The order of the Eastern Star will meet Thursday night. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Nat Tucker and daughter, Miss Lelia Tucker, were in Louisville Thurs day shopping. Mrs. W. A. Cockesilland children spent the week end in Louisville the guests of relatives. Mrs. Harry Hill and children, of Richmond, are the guests of her moth er, Mrs. Mary Oelze. Mrs. F. M. Tilford, of Fordsville. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Arnold and Mr. Arnold. Mr. A. B. Skillman, president of the Good Teeth Important Not only to the patient's com- fort of mind, but often to advancement socially or commercially, and sometimes even to the mere matter of securing- employment and earning a living. For Special Care Consult r Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Oftlct Kentucky. oer Bank ol Hardlntbyrg t Truit Co. Donald. Mrs. McDonald will entertain home. Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Mrs. J. D. Taul spent Sunday with the Friday Club this week in honor of Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and Mrs. Hugh Haycraft. Miss Powell. acknowledged. FOR ALL CLASSES OF HACH1NE WORK Miss Elmina Lyons has closed her Miss Ella Leaf and Miss Ruth WeathCloverport, Kentucky erholt came from Oakland City, Ind., spring school on account of her father being 111. Friday and were in Cloverport en route OUR NEW BUILDING DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Mr. and Mrs Jim Kennedy and to their home at Tobinsport to attend Specialist on is thoroughly equipped with now special machinery for quick family went to Hardinsburg Sunday. the commencement exercises. RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION and serviceable work. Trfits Chronic Dluists. By Mall Also World's Future Fish 8upply. 462 5th St. Loulsvllee, Ky. OUR GENERAL REPAIR SHOP The sea beats upon 20,000 miles of $ Alaska shore line, a distance greater Olflca Houn: 6 to 9 a. m. 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m DINNER. PARTY. is reudy for all kinds of repair work Automobile, Gas and than the circumference of the earth. Steam Engines, Tank Work, Farm Machinery of nil kinds. v Given Monday Evening In Hon- - JS All of that vast stretch of waters 1b Gasoline Bouts and General Blacksmith Work. Myth of the Doonos. a or of fllss Virginia Ireland m teeming with the most edible fish on 4L earth. Every bay Is a harbor where 'McGavock. How largely Mr. Blnckmore drew vj these fish can be prepared for the mar- upon his Imagination for the story of OUR F0URDRY DEPARTMENT kets of the world, and the greatest "Lorna Doone-- la made clear by P. ships afloat can anchor In safety while W. Hackwood In his book. "Tho Good can do all kindt of Casting, either from your pattern or wo A number of the young men of Clovertaking on their cargo of food for tho Old Times." There were. In fuct, no can mako you a pattern from your drawings or blue prints, a beautiful dinner party Mon- hungry of all climes. In a few years Dooncs. The word wan simply a local port gave and at prices fur less than in tlie larger cities. day evening at Arnold's confectionary, Alaskan fish will be famous wherever bogy, a modliled form of "Dane," n memory of the faroff times when the in honor of Miss Virginia Ireland Mc- ships sail and men exchange the prodGavock, whose marriage to Mr. R. ucts of their tolL This Is but one of viking Invaders harried tho land. "Tho Pitts- only vcstlso of actuality discoverable CLOVERPORT BOAT & MANUFACTURING CO. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, will take place Alaska's sources of wealth. Is n faint tradition that n fugitive from burgh Dlspntch. at the Methodist church Wednesday. Incorporated escape tho tho battle or Scdsmoor, to The table was attractively arranged hangings of Judge Jeffreys, appropriatRelativity of Space. CLOVERPORT, KY. Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 10. with pink and white carnations, which It so happened that a new professor ed tho ruins of some wretched huts In were presented to the guest of honor In a recesses of the Itndgworthy glen, now of music had Just been Installed after the dinner. And the place cards certain collego for women. Xnturally 'the Doon valley.' finding there a safe represented small kewpies dressed as he was tho subject of a heated discus- retreat In which bo reared a considerbrides. ter, Mrtle li., were the pleasant guests sion among his pupils to be. Said one: able family, which manuged to eUo out SAMPLE A delicious six course dinner was "Haudsouie! Why, his nose and tho 11 living by committing petty depredaol MUs I'ermelih Shellm.ui recently. tions in tho district. The 'lust of the served, the courses being interspersed point of hU chin nearly meet." S. I). Cox attended court at HardinsDooncs,' nn old man and his grand"My dnr," cautioned his eluunplou, with toasts. Mr. M. M. Denton acting perished In nro said Farmers are busy planting corn. burg Monday. with dlgnUy. "why do you exuggcrato daughter, during to have of 1S0O" as toustmaster. tho winter us I that they're tho miow Kev. S, K. Hunt filled his regular up We hope to scu as manv out to SunCovers were laid for the following: so? You know us well apart." New York Post. polntment lure .Sunday. day School next Sunday as we did last. Williams, Kay Ileyser, miles Misses Ara Tho Arrow of St. Edmund. Misses Kva Hashani, Virslnla Whit-worElizabeth Y Skillman, Martha Willis, Mrs. W. H.tsham and daughter atThe legend of the death of St. EdBoth on tho Watch. and Mary Shellmun attendud tended Katheriue Wroe, Frances Sawyer, Lillie curiously corroborated after churuh Sunday. That now lady next door mund was V llo Susette stood la her dining room for half an a lapso of eight centuries. Tho story church here Sunday. Anderson, Mildred Ilabbage, Rev. S. K. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. to a Sawyer, Jewell Miller, Mary Gibson, hour today staring rudely Into ours. goes that tho martyr was tied J. II. Miller and S. 11. Lusilo attended S. J. Jolly were pUasant dinner guests treo uud. as torture proved uuavalllug court Monday. Mary McGavock, Virginia McGavock, Husband How do you know? Wife of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller Suudav. to uinko him recant his faith, was shot Mr. and Mr. V. G. Jolly ami daughJeauette Hum, Claudle I'ate, Mary Why. I happened to bo in our front at Willi Danish arrows till his body Mrs. Katu Powell is vUitltig her TeleCouch, Lulu Severs and Leonora Mc- bedroom watching her. Loudon was covered with them. The treo at ter attended church here Sunday. brother, H. T. Unwell graph. Gavock; Messrs Vivian I'ierle, Paul Misses Vlrulnla W'hUworth and Mary Hoxne to whh h ho was said to lmvo Fran!; Roberts is visiting his niece, Lewis, Andrew Ashby, Floyd Carter, been bound and which wits twenty Shtllman were the yutsts of Mrs. S. 1). Angry. Mrs. Huett I'avue. In IS IS, uud, Labile Sunday. Orville Skillman, M. M Sterett Ashby, ' feet In clrcumfeienco fell "She trumped his ace." according to "The ninelc Letter Saints Denton, Owen Adkius, Frank Weather'Dld ho say nuythlng?" A good crowd attended the Sunday "Ho couldn't have said moro If be of the l'rnycr Hook." a pleco of Iron holt, R Perry Davis, Randall WeatherSubscribe today and get School Sunday. found Imbedholt, Wilbur Chapin uud Rev. P. S. bad been married to ber." Detroit like an arrow bead was ded In the wood. Mr. and Mrs. J, Shellman and daugh all the news of the county. Free Press. Powell. 8 I S th ' soon 1 THE PRINCE OF QRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR MXUTCHEON Author ol "Qraustark," Beverly ol Qraustark," Etc Copyrl.bt. 1914. by Dodd. Meid and Company ? CHAPTER XIV. The Hand of the Law. prince called an attendant ordered him to find Miss footman nt once. When ho returned to the table she was again reading the note. "It Is really quite thrilling. Isn't It!" Bhe said, and there was still a quaver of Indignation In her voice. "Aro you not mystified?" "Not In the least," said ho promptly, and drew a chair up closo besldo hew. "It's as plain ns day. Your father has found you out, that's all. Let's read it ngaln," and they read it together. "A word to the wise," it began. "Two men from a private detective concern have been employed since yesterday to watching the movements of your companion, for tho purposo of safeguarding her against good looking young men, I suspect. I have It from tho most reliable of sources that her father engaged tho services of these men almost simultaneously with the dato of our sailing from New York. It may Interest you to know that tliey followed you to St. Cloud in a high power car and no doubt aro watching you as you read this message from your faithful friend, who likewise Is not far away." "I should have anticipated this, Mr. "It is Schmidt," she said ruefully. Just the sort of thing my father would THE paying the ransom, but I should have to bo adequately rewarded. I fancy, however, that ho wouldn't mind paying the reward I should hold out for." "I am quite sure he would give you anything you were to ask for, Mr. Schmidt," said she gaily. "You would be reasonable, of course." "I might ask for the most precious of his possessions," said be, leaning forward to look directly into eyes that wavered and refused to meet his. "Curiosity almost makes me wish that I might be kidnaped. I should then And out what you consider to be his most precious possession," she Bald, and her voice was perilously low. do." "You seem to take It calmly enough." "I am quite used to it. I would bo worth a great deal to any enterprising person who made it his business to steal mo. There is no limit to the ransom he could demand." "No "You alarm me," ho declared. doubt these worthy guardians look upon me as n kidnaper. I am inclined to shiver." t " 'All's well that ends well, " quoth Bhe, pulling on her gloves. "I shall restore you safely to the bosom of the Rltz, and that will bo the end of It." "I almost wish that somo ono would kidnap you. Miss Guile. It would afford mo the greatest pleasure In the world to snatch you from their clutches. Your father would be saved "I think I could tell you In advance," said he, his eyes shining. "I I prefer to find it out In my own way, Mr. Schmidt," she stammered hurriedly. Her confusion was Immensely gratifying to him. There Is no telling what might have happened to the Prlnco of Graustark at that moment If an obsequious attendant had not Intervened with the earthly Information that tho car was waiting. The car shot across tho bridge and was speeding on Its way toward tho Bols when Robin ventured a glance behind. Through the llttlo window In the back of the car ho saw a big, Bwlft moving automobile not more than a quarter of a mile in tho rear. "Would you like to verify tho report of my friend Gourou?" he asked, his volco quick with exhilaration. Sho knelt with one kneo upon tho seat and peered back along the road. "Thero they are!" she cried. She throw tho veil back over her hat as sho resumed her seat in tho corner. Her eyes wero fairly dancing with excitement. Tho warm red Hps wero parted and she was breathing quickly. Suddenly sho laid her hand over her heart as if to check Its lively thumping. "Isn't It splendid? Wo aro being pursued actually chased by tho manhunters of Paris1. Oh, I was never so happy In my life. Isn't ho cried oxult-nntl"Shall I tell the chauffeur to hit it up a bit? Lot's mako It a real chase?" "Yes, do! We'll sco If wo can glvo them tho slip; Isn't that what you call It?" Robin gavo hurried directions through tho speaking tubo to tho attentive footman. Miss Guilo then took command of tho flight. Sho called out tho instructions to tho driver, and her knowledge of the lntrlcato routes through the park stood them welljn hand-- . It jras y. it great?" "It is glorious!" more tharf likely was nothing of tho sort The magistrate was Impressed. He took up the slip of paper and read what was written thereon. Ho was guilty of a start. Then he cleared his throat and beamed upon them In a ion. "My dear Miss Guile, wo'll land In most friendly fashion. Robin grasped tho situation In a Jail If wo keep up this hair raising flash. His own Identity had been respeed. Thero wouldn't bo any fun In vealed to the Judge. It was not likely that, you know." of William DUthcrs of tho police. that tho daughter "Pooh! I'm not afraid Oh, could create such lively Interest in a They why, what's the matter? French court of Justice, so It must bo goodness!" that Gourou or Qulnnox had come to Tho car had come to a somowhat the rescue. The court would not think disTwo policemen, abrupt stop. of fining a prince of the royal blood, mounted from their bicycles, formed no law. an Insurmountable obstruction. They law or "M'sleur, mademoiselle, will you be In tho shado of tho Troca-derwero almost so good as to resume your seats? An extraordinary condition has arisen. I Rob-I"Do not bo alarmed," whispered shall be obliged to Investigate." to tho fast paling girl, Into whoso He descended from the bench and eyes tho most abject misery had leaphurried Into the corridor, followed ed nt tho sight of tho two officers. closely by tho prosecutor and the adThe polite officers carao up to tho vocate, both of whom almost trod on window with their llttlo notebooks. his heels. "I regret, m'slcur, that wo shall bo "I fancy my friends havo heard of obliged to conduct yourself and madeour plight, Mr. Schmidt," sho said, moiselle to tho oClco of n magistrate. quite composedly. "We will be reUnder tho new regulations set forth In leased In a very few minutes." tho order of last May, motorists may He smiled complacently. He could be given a hearing at once. I regret afford to let her believe that her to add that m'sleur has been exceed- friends and not his wero performing a ing the speed limit. A complaint came miracle. in but a few minutes ago from tho "Your friends must bo very powerPorto do la Muette, and wo have been ful." ho said. may ordered to Intercept tho car. You "They arc," said she, with considerfollow us to tho office of the magistrate, m'slcur. It will soon bo over, able directness. they come. Now we "Sh! Here mademoiselle." very few minutes the proces- shall see." In a Tho magistrate and his companions sion arrived at a low, formidable the room at that Instant, looking building on a narrow side street. Tho cavalcado of policemen more noticeably excited than when dismounted and stood at attention they had left it. Tho former, rubbing while mademoiselle and monsieur got his hands together and smiling as ho down from tho car and followed a po- had never smiled before. "A lamentable mlstako has been lite person In uniform through the made," ho said. "I regret that m'sleur doors. An Instant later they wero ushered and mademoiselle havo been subjected into n fair sized room on tho left of to so grave an indignity. Permit me the hall, whero they wero command- - to npologlzo for tho misguided energy ed to sit down. A lot of chairs stood of our excellent sergeants. "Oh, thank you," sho .cried. "We about tho room, filling it to tho far- thest corners, while at the extreme havo had n really delightful experience. You owe us no apology, m'slcur, end was tho Judge's bench. "I'd like to havo n word In private And now may wo depart?" La Chance, "Instantly. conduct with tho magistrate," said the Prlnco of Graustark to ono of tho attend- - m'slcur nnd mademolsello Into the ants. fresh, sweet, open air and discover "Impossible!" he said, lifting his their car for them without delay." eyebrows In an expression of extreme j "It Is suggested, m'sleur," said tho amazement. "It Is impos" A sharp polite LaChance, "that you walk to tho corner beyond, turn to tho left and thero you will find tho car in plain view. It was removed by two gentlemen soon after you condescended to ;; ' honor us with a visit of inspection and thereby you havo escaped much unnecessary attention from tho curious o who always Infest tho vicinity of offices." Ho saluted them gravely and returned nt once to tho corridor. Tho chauffeur was examining tho car when they came up. No one was near. Thero was no ono to tell how It camo to bo thero nor whither Its unknown driver had gone. It stood close to tho curb, nnd the engine was throbbing, proof In Itself that somo ono had but recently deserted his post as guar, dian. "The obliging man hunters," suggested Robin in reply to a low voiced question. "Or your guardian angel, the great Gourou," she said, frowning slightly. "By the way, Mr. Schmidt, do you expect to be under survelllanco during your stay nt Interlaken?" Thero was Irony In her voice. "Not If I can help it," he said. "And you. Miss Guile? Is it possible that two of the best detectives in Paris are to continue treading on your heels all the time you are In Europe?" They were In tho car now and proceeding at a snail's pace toward the Arc de Trlompbe. Her eyes narrowed. "I shall put a stop to this ridiculous espionage at once, Mr. Schmidt. These men shall be sent kiting 1 mean about their business before this day "My name Is oh, Is there no way to is over. I do not intend to be spied upon on Instant longer." avoid publication" the sighed. "Still they may have been Instrurapping on the Judge's desk reduced rethe remainder of the sentence to a ments of Providence today," he mind her. "Without them we might delicate whisper "lble, m'sleur." now be languishing in Jail and our "Will you conduct me to a whispered Miss Guile spotless names posted for speeding In booth?" the Place do l'Opera. Bedella Guile tearfully. A thunderous pounding on tho and Rex Schmidt, malefactors what would your father say to that?" bench interrupted her. She smiled a ravishing smile It "Attend!" camo In a sharp, uncompromising volco from the bench. was. His heart gave a stupendous "What Is tho delay? This Is no time Jump. "He would say that it served to think. All that should have been me right," said she and then, "But done before. Step forward. Sergeant, what difference can It possibly make see that the prisoners step forward." to you, Mr. Schmidt, If the detectives Robin slipped his arm through continue to watch over me?" "None," said he promptly. "I supMiss Guile's, expecting her to droop heavily upon It for support. To his pose they aro used to almost anything surprise sho drew herself up, disen- In the way; of human nature, so if they I gaged herself and walked straight up don't mind, I'm sure 1 sha'n't. haven't the slightest objection to beto tho bench, without fear or hesitaing watched by detectives, If wo can tion. "Will you be so kind as to raise only keep other people from seeing your veil, madam?" spake the court. us." Sho promptly obeyed. Ho leaned "Don't bo silly," sho cried. "And let forward with sudden interest. Tho me remind you wbllo I think of It You prosecutor blinked and abruptly over- are not to call mo Bedella." came tho habitual Inclination to ap"Bedella," ho said deliberately. pear bored. Such ravishing beauty Sho sighed. "I am afraid I have had never beforo found its way Into been mistaken in you," sho said. He that llttlo courtroom. recalled Gourou's advice. Had he fail"State your name, mademoiselle," ed in tho test? "But don't do it again." ild tho prosecutor. "Now that I think of It." ho said soMiss Guilo lowered her head for an berly, "you are not to call mo Mr. Instant. Robin could sco that her Up Schmidt. Pleaso bear that in mind. was quivering. Bedella." "My namo is oh, is thero no way to "Thank you. I don't Hko tho namo. avoid tho publicity" sho sighed mis- I'll call you" erably-" publicity that- "Just then tho footman turned on tho "I regret, mademoiselle, that thero seat and excitedly pointed to a car began tho Judge, li no alternative" that had swung Into tho boulevard to bo Interrupted by tho banging of from n sldo street. tho courtroom door. Ho looked up, "Tho man hunters!" exclaimed Roglaring nt tho offender with ominous eyes. Tho polite attendant from tho bin. "By Jove, wo didn't lose them outer corridor was advancing In after all." "To tho Rltz, Pierro." sho cried out great haste. He was not only In baste, but vastly perturbed. Ho sharply. Onco more sho seemed perthrust Into tho hand of tho Judge a turbed and anxlouB. Her nervousness increased as they slip of paper, at the same time gasp-In- i; somothlng that might have been sped down the Champs Elysees and mistaken for an appeal for pardon, across, tho Place dola Concorde. He qulto clear to the pursued that tho car containing their followers had been auccessfully eluded. For some tlmo thero had been a worried look In the prince's eyes. Onco ho undertook to remonstrate with his fair compan- but which thought that ho understood the cause and presently sought to relieve her anxiety by suggesting that sho set him down somowhero along the Rue de Rlvoll. Sho flushed painfully, "Thank you, Mr. Schmidt, I -- are you sure you will not mind?" "May I ask what It Is that you are afraid of, Miss Guilo?" he Inquired seriously. Sho was lowering her veil. "1 am not afraid, Mr. Schmidt," she said. "I am a very, very guilty person, that's all. I've done something 1 ought not to have done, and I'm I'm ashamed. You don't consider me a no!" ho cried fervently. "Then why do you call me Bedella?" she aBkcd, shaking her head. "If you feel that way about It I I humbly Implore you to overlook my freshness," he cried In despair. "Will you get out here. Mr. Schmidt?" She pressed a button, and the car swung alongside tho curb. "When am I to see you again?" ho asked, holding out his hand. Sho gavo it a firm, friendly grip and said: 'I am going to Switzerland the day after tomorrow. Goodby." To be Continued bold. Billy" "Good Lord, worth of model road work has been done In Nicholas County since the road bonds were voted at Carlisle. This leaves about $7f),000 available for good road work this year under state aid, besides about $12,000, $100 from me." A total of $60,000 I l. c. Insuranci Office taul jl which will bo expended In re- n Whooping Cough. One of the most successful prepara tions in use for this disease In Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. Mc Clinton, Blandon Springs, Ala., writes, "Our babv had whooping cough as bad as most any baby could have it. I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It soon got him well." Obtainable everywhere. KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK i j FOR BUSY READERS Ashland council authorized $200,000 school bond election November 7. The Grand Board of Trustees of the Hlks' Lodge of the United States met at Owcnsboro this week. Claude Hale, of Hickman, shot and killed Tom Anderson at' Bondurant, a few miles below Hickman, during an argument. Frank Slsson, of Warsaw, was listed among those who died of wounds In the Overseas casualty report made public by the mllltla department at Ottawa, Ont. An order has been entered In the Fleming County court calling an elec tion to be held In Fleming County on Saturday, July 1, to determine whether this county will Issue bonds for good roads to the extent of $150,000. John W. Shrout, farmer near Car lisle, charged with killing his brother, Jesse Shrout, was convicted of manslaughter in the Nicholas Circuit Court, and given sixteen years in the penitentiary. Coal operators of Eastern and South ern Kentucky met at Lexington and discussed coal rates from the Hazard (Ky.) district to the manufacturing and distributing centers of the North and East. County Judge Rice has called an election for the issue of $200,000 In bonds for Saturday, June 24, the money to be used for the purpose of rebuilding the turnpikes in Mason County. I KJ' po-llc- pair work on the 'wide roads of the county. With a posse of officers hot on his trail In the hills of Boyle County, Pack Montgomery, who shot and killed Polk Pendergraft at Parksvlllc a few days ago, committed suicide rather than be arrested. He shot himself through the heart. Montgomery and Pendergraft, both young men, quarreled over the ownership of a dog. Four thousand fly swatters made by pupils of the manual training department of the Lexington High School were distributed yesterday to children In the various schools. "Swat the common enemy of mankind the pesky fly" Is now the slogan In this city. The swatters, which are of wire, are deft and handy to manipulate. The Appellate Court at Frankfort decided that the $300,000 bond Issue recently passed In Pulaski County Is valid. The vote for the bond IsBue was 2,095, and that against it was 1,959. Lincoln Denton, a taxpayer, brought suit to test the validity of the election and every point made by him was overruled. The state road department will be called upon o settle the controversy between Henderson and Union Counties regarding the selection of the seat road between Henderson and Morganfleld. Henderson County selected the Morganfleld-SmltMills road and Union County selected road. They are the Corydon-Waverlten miles apart at the boundary line. The vote in the good roads bond is sue election held at Henderson stands 1.89G against to 198 In favor of Issuing the bonds in the sum of $400,000. The fact that the fiscal court refused to appoint a road fund commission on petition of moro than 80 per cent of the voters and the Good Roads Assochv tlon was responsible for the bonds' defeat. At the meeting of the State Railroad Commission at Frankfort It was decided to meet with tho telegraph and telephone companies In Louisville May 29 to talk over tho plan of bring ing these lines under tho control of tho commission. The commission will meet with tho express companies' rep resentatives May 30 and with the steamboat line representatives May 31 In Louisville for the same purpose. Nearly every forest fire reported to State Forester J. E. Barton this spring In Eastern Kentucky was traced to a clearing, and Forester Barton said It bespoke an awakening realization of the menace of carelessness In burning over ground. Arrests have been made in Bell and Harlan Counties, one man has been fined in Bell, and several cases are to go before the grand Jury in lnter-county h y Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor nado and Windstorm Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies l HenrrTtenl II. W. Trent ,P.:lDIs I Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and i $3K3kVSHa jai Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are ally invited to nttend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary Commercial Supplies, For the Business Man at This Office. Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves Price 25c Receipt books, Jarge size, price 25c; small size 10c; 100 leaves 50 leaves Price 5c Promisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- e Notes, 50 Leslie. Berrell Singleton, of Louisville, serving a two to three years' penitentiary sentence for stealing an automobile, was given executive clemency by Governor Stanley. Singleton was sent up November, 1914. J. L. Watson, dry goods merchant of Lexington, filed a deed of assignment for the benefit of his creditors. John P. Starks, of Louisville, qualified as assignee, with J. F. Starks and E. L. Hutchinson as sureties on a bond of $25,000. While engineers were taking meas ures for preliminary work on the new $50,000 hospital for Winchester, they discovered that the city is nearly 1,100 feet above the level of the sea, occupying one of the highest points in the tele-pho- no William Stanley, brother of Governor A. O. Stanley, has been appointed by Collector Ben Marshall at Lexington to succeed Paul L. Sldebottom as a field deputy In Division No. 1 of the Seventh Internal Revenue District. He will assume his duties next Tuesday. Sldebottom resigned to accept a civil service commission in the Insular Bureau of the Philippine Government. A warrant for the arrest of former Representative W. A. Shawler, Hardin County, charging the uttering of a worthless check, and sworn to by L. C. Yeast, was issued at Ellzabethtown. Yeast charges that Shawler gave him a check for $56.90 on March 30, 1916, and says that payment was refused when it was presented at the bank. Shawler was a member of the 1912 and 1914 sessions of the Kentucky Legislature. Prominent business and professional men of Hopklnsvllle discussed the business side, of the church at the session of the Western Kentucky Presbyterian Laymen's Convention held in that city last week. Short talks were made by R. S. Triplett and Dr. J. M. Coffman, of Owensboro; J. E. McPher-son- , of Hopklnsvllle; A. H. Taylor, of Bowling Green; George M. Crlder, of Marion; W. G. Duncan, of Greenville, and W. E. Fowler, of Central City. Circuit Judge R. L. Stout at Frankfort decided that sheriffs should be paid mileage to and from penal insti tutions when they take convicted prisoners for incarceration. Sheriffs J. B. Jones, Pulaski County, and Tom Logan, Hopkins County, sued State Auditor Greene, to compel him to issue warrants for mileage to and from Send your deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for k 25 Cents Deed Covers 5 Cents Cents Cents lin- Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, two for 5 10 5 Pension Certificates, three for 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, en, legal size, price Cents Printed Stationery including Statements and Sale Books. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, script, price $1.25 100 for Printing new cards from old plate, $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. state. The Court of Appeals decided that Emma Eversole, who 1b serving a pris on sentence for killing her husband, M. C. Eversole, in Perry County, In 1913, Is entitled to dower in his estate of the $750 exemp and tions. The balance in the State Treasury at the close of business April 30 was as follows: Sinking fund, $39,992.73; State University, $166.22; school funds, $177,237.07; general expenditures fund, $952,837.33; outstanding" warrants, $3,694,067.35. The second trial of Thomas S. Byars, of Shelbyvllle, State Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, resulted In trial In Frankfort in a Jury disagreement. This Is the second mistrial of this case, Byars was charged with having mis-- . appropriated state funds. Senator James made it known to Democratic leaders last week that ho did not seek tho honor of chairman nnd keystone orator at tho St. Louis National Convention and would not accept. Ho said he believed a Northern Democrat should nave tho honor this year. Suit was brought In tho Warren Clr--' cult Court by Mrs. May Daniel against Lee A. Swetman, a farmer of the RIchardsvllle vicinity, for $5,000 damages. The plaintiff says that the defendant made the following remark to her in the presence of other persons: "You stole my meal sack; you stole BesfPigfeed I've Win all President Indiana Poland China Breeders' Association. La Fontaine. Indiana. In wrltlnir about I . the State Penitentiary when they had taken prisoners. He declined to issue the warrants. The case will be appealed by the state. Plans for a division of the South be tween the Louisville & Nashville Railroad and the Southern Railway, as discussed by Milton II. Smith, president of the L. & N., and the late Samuel Spencer, president of the Southern, were placed In ovldence before the Interstate' Commerce Commission at Washington. References were made In letters to Messrs. Smith and Spencer as Plzarro and Cortez, but Mr. Smith said he had no knowledge of such correspondence and characterized the matter as "rot." Olllclal notice wns given the Winchester Waterworks Company at Winchester by the city council that between May 2 and 15 proper steps would bo taken to arrive at a fair value of the system for the purposo of purchasing same. The plant Is valued at $200,-00Under Section 15 of the contract between the water company and the city, Winchester has the fight to purchase the plant at a certain time, and Continued on page 7 ay Nr. W. M. Hubbard, t fat. r Yia KAvfl. "Tfc him nraven the cheapest feed and bent rrowlni feed that I bar been able to add to mj hot rations." lie knowe. Ue has tried them all. mil meal la a ecieniuio mixture of airalfa leaf meal, molasaea. com feed meal. Iln.eed meal, crunhed wheat, oat, barley audrround flaxseed a ure.qutck frame ,.uiiflr. Write for full Information, tirlcea. etc 2dlt..OlHi:t0.aJ mrl tUGU HID CO., Rapier's PiJ Meal Notice. All persons having claims against the selling committee of the V. K. & C. TJ. of A. of the 1909 crop of red tobacco, sold to Pete Sheeran, Ilro. & Co. March 20, 1910, will present same, properly proven, to W. J. Itallman, chairman, on or before June 3. A meeting is called for June 1. iqi6. at West View. Kv.. at one o'clock. All persons having to bacco in said pool are hereby notified to be present to pass on said claims. W. J. Dallman, 15. II. Tucker, II. J, Hayes, Committee. I REVOLT IN IRELAND IN MM it I LtAU HISTORY TO CRISIS lLrFacts ENGLAND'S About Sinn Fein Move ment, to Which Is Attrib- uted the Uprising That Resulted So Seriously. Speedy Trial and Execution of Leaders Caused Both Praise and Criticism of the British Officials. lamation of the "Irish republic," and others and the hasty execution of tho leaders have drawn the attention of tho entire world to Ireland. This, on what seems to be tho eve of tho adoption of a conscription bill In all England nnd Ireland, mny lead to many changes In tho British cabinet. Tho revolt Is tho outcome of the Sinn Fein movement which started about fifteen yenrs ago. All of the leaders In the uprising were nctlve members of tills movement, which has for its object tho realization of the century old dreams of n republican form of government for Ireland, entirely free of British domination, Peter n. Tearse, who w.is executed In the Tower of London, was one of the best known of the Irish scholars, lie wns comparatively a young man, nnd unmarried. not thirty-live- , Until the revolt stnrted he wns head master of St. Endn's school In near Dublin, nn institution that aimed to teach Irish boys tho Gaelic language and history nnd so preserve tho Irish national spirit ngnlnst English inroads. Pcarsc was described ns above all an enthusiast, poetical and Idealistic nnd a quiet, gentle man with a high sense Until-farnha- to lit ml nrniH unit start a In Irelnml, Ills fnlliiro nml subsequent arrest: the revolt led by Peter II. Penrsc, who wns provisional president of Ireland for a day; rhomns J. Clark, a stRiicr of the proc- THE attempt or Sir Koficr have difficulty in standing three years conllneinent. MncDInrmnd is n cripple as n result of a beating the police administered to him when ho created n disturbance In 1011 nt the time of n visit of the king to Dublin. He got out of Jnll only n short time ngo, where ho had been sent for three months for making speech to nn audian ence of Irishmen in Gnhvny. IIo has been for n long time nctlve I In Irish politics nnd always on the side. lie has been nn organizer for the Sinn Keln and wns busi-- I ness manager of Irish Freedom until Its suppression n year ngo. Ccauut was another of tho studious rebels and wrote essays and short stories in Gaelic. lie wns n member of tho executive committee of the Gaelic league. The Sinn Eeln (pronounced shin fnuc) movement is the most singular g h I I I M1 diction of everything except criminal offenses nnd furnish the natives In which they can ndjudlcnto their dlfrcrence- by common consent without recognizing Ilrltlsh authority. Every IrMiiiiuii was to pledge him-- i elf not to accept any mst of honor or duty from the Ilrltlsh crown, but nt the same time nbstnlu from vlolcnco Offered By General Coleman or tho Infraction of the Ilrltlsh laws. A rather amusing nnd linprnctlcnblo du Pont and Other reform was to Induce all Irishpieii not Wealthy Men to smoke tobacco or drink wine or other spirits that hnve paid duty to the Ilrltlsh treasury mid In that way to In nn niUlress to the members of reduce the revenues of tho Ilrltlsh government. The Sinn Peltiers were prob. the Louisville Board of Trade one day ably the only party that ever started last wcok, Gun. Coleman du Pont a temperance nnd crusade praised the movement now on foot by from political rather than moral or various wealthy citizens to ralso a sanitary reasons. Big Prize Fund for Pig Clubs nil over The duty of every schoolteacher Is the State, which is to be distributed to Impress upon the minds of nil chil- among boys and girls producing tho dren the advantage of carrying out best hog nt the lowest cost per pound the policy of the Sinn Fein, of learn- under rules to bo formulated by tho ing the Irish lnngungc. of encournglng Louisville Board of Trade and the nnd assisting Irish Industries, to make Stnto Agricultural Kxporlincnt StaIreland more Irish, more prosperous, tion. more exclusive, more self reliant nnd Ocn. du Pont who, by the way, Is a more Independent and to Ignore peacecandidate for the Republican nominafully but completely everything that Is tion for President, told the ntiillcnco English. that his sense of business efficiency Arrest of Sullivan. had been ou'raged for years because .Inmes Mark Sullivan, the former of tho great waste of such fine stock American diplomat who was arrested feed at the distillery plants of the State, when tho fanners could fatten in connection with the uprising, most widely known In this coun- their hogs on It at a small percentage of what It required to make the same try during the Investigation of his Htl.'l to 101." ns minister to number of pounds from feeding corn.' "Now," said ho, "that tbo farmer Santo Domingo, an Investigation which resulted In his resignation ufter an un- has an opportunity to get this concenfavorable report on his conduct had trated feed at a very low price from been made by Senator Pliclan, who tho distilleries and that a movement is on foot to raise a Big Prize Fund to conducted the Investigation. The most serious charges were alle- ho awarded Pig Clubs throughout the gations that he sacrificed tho Interests State where this heretofore wnste mai am of the, Island to work in the Interests terial Is used ns part rations, of the Itnm-- National llnanclcrs. seek- - willing to contribute $."00.00 or more to said fund." lug control of contracts, concessions To this amount was promptly added and deposits, with exploitation nnd de-- I vclopmcut schemes amounting to more another $",00.00 by .Mr. James Thompthan ?100,000,X0. No direct proof wns son, of Louisville, one of the candibrought to support these charges, but date's hosts, who, by the way. Is using tho testimony at the hearing resulted his good offices for Increasing the fund In a verdict that Sulllvtin was "unfit." to several thousand dollars, making it One of the details of the testimony worth while for boys and girls In nearly every county to go after a prize. Several prizes have already been awarded In Daviess county, where some 25,000 hogs are fattened annually on the liquid feed products that hcretoforo has been run off Into tho streams or dried up and shipped abroad for cattle foe'd. a m PRIZE FARE - FCR m CLUBS $322 MAILY BETWEEN Cpy CLEVELAND $ ! Tho Great Ship "SEEANDBEE" w M Th UrgMt find mmt emtlf learner on any InUnJ water of th Horn i or iwu pamenftcT world. Elw ptng aeeommoda "CITY OF ERIE" I.nv Ch 3 Mnlfin Stmri IMP.H. ! "CITY OF BUFFALO" 15th-BUFFALO S U J li 1 I CLEVELATO-M'and ArrlvoUufTalo y, . M. Hire f laffato - f.34A.M. Arrl.-CJcvtfinJ 6.30A.M. (Central tfUMnnl lime) point, Itallrcad tick" Conner lion nt ncfTalo for Nhgarn I alls nn 1 nil linstrn ani rts jtadt i tctTCn C vclin.l o"d l:cllata aro ixmJ for trans purtuLon on ovr etckrmn. Aik your ucitctarenwor ntucmnu.u it. i.mc. Itcautifnliy colore! fcctwnal put tin chart, tliowtrtr I otti exterior w,. itii( ut 'it I rant Uhlp'SKEANDBKK,int on receipt of Ate emu to cover pottuj tnj cuiliir. AUouk rttorl-i- l nitl Hfwriptlv tfcfct f wtfor onr May 1st to Nov. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., CeMad, Ohio I FOR SALE DUROC JERSEY BOARS o I 1 Four March and April Boars, weight from 250 to 350 lbs., $30 to $40 each the best 1 ever bred. 6 Fall boar pigs large enough for service $17.50 each, all good and out of my best sows must be sold at once. 2 May gilts bred to farrow in April and iVlay $25 each. Yearling gilts all sold. I HARDINSBURG, KY Route No. 2. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... tlT'trWgTWTOi'ilvririiMrH KENTUCKY NEWS Continued from p:iie PETER (i DENTIST Alwnys In ofllce durlnr f fllce liouro Irvlngton, Ky. Office Hours: II. PEAK3E. BID ROOFJl CASEME.ST. of Justice nnd a hatred of oppression. He entered nctlve life as a barrister, soon becoming n leader in the Gaelic league and editor of its Journnl, tho Morn of Light. He had written many Irish plays and essays. James Connolly, the "commnndant general of the Irish republican army" and also vice president of the republic, spent some time in the United States and was active In Socialist propaganda. About eight years ngo he returned to Ireland to organize a labor movement. Ho took charge of Liberty hall, tho Sinn Fein headquarters, which wero demolished in the Dublin insurrection, during the nbsence of James Larklu In this country. He was editor of tho Irish Worker, which was suppressed. Ho was a Catholic and north of Ireland man. MacDonagh a Soldier. Thomas MacDonagh, also reported Bhot by tho British authorities, was tho military organizer of the Irish volunteers. He was a student of tactics and strategy and planned many of tho details of tho revolutionists' attempt to conquer Dublin, no occupied a position similar to that of adjutant general of tho volunteers and was a member of the general staff. With his military bent ho combined a strain of studlousncss and was one of tho Irish intellectuals who took so large a part in tho revolt. lie was a master of arts and was professor of French and English In St. Enda's, the school of which Peter Pearso was head master, no wrote several ossays and was only thirty-twyears old and had spent much time In studying works on military matters and familiarizing himself with tho grent military campaigns of history. IIo was a particularly close student and admirer of Napoleon. Tho organization In 1013 of the Irish volunteers gave MacDonngh Ills opportunity, and after much work lu putting them on a stable footing he was made- - commandant of the Dublin district. Later ho got an even higher command and had a large part In plan-nlutho tactical moves tho rebels (niade when first they seized thopoints tho Four Courts nnd other r o g plays In Gaelic. Tho schoolmaster-soldie- post-"offic- e, For MacDIarmad nnd Joseph Plun-kct- t. who with Edward Ceannt havo been Henteuced to three years' Imprisonment, the sentence is almost the awe as a death sentence, according to their friends. MacDIarmad and Plun-ket- t both are in feeble health and will In Dublin. of nil the many strange agitations in all Irish history and a most compact and effective expression of all the motives that have been engaged In" the regeneration of Ireland. Its purpose Is moral and economic as well ns political. It undertook at its birth an attempt to secure self government for Ireland by demonstrating that the people deserve It and that they are competent to administer their own affairs. Its leaders have attempted the prodigious task of rescuing Irish politics from mobs nnd demagogues and fanatical agitators and placing them In the hands of practical, honest, able and patriotic men. Sinn Fein combines politics with morals and Is endeavoring to promote temperance, sobriety, commerce, education, literature, industry and economy.! It seeks to develop the native Instincts and genius of the people nnd to stimulate their patriotism by ' reviving the Gaelic language, arts and ' sports and intensify in that manner the j self respect and tho ambition and pa triotism of the race. At the same time It Is organizing movements for promoting Irish Industries, for teaching agriculture mid encouraging trades In order to increase the prosperity of the people and make them more Independent. The motto "Slim Fein" signifies "ourselves alone" and expresses In two words tho basis and the character of tho program. It is described by a recent writer as "a movement broader, grander and more revolutionary than any Ireland has ever known a movement of national resurrection, national self realization nnd national self dependence." Tho first objects were, not to usurp authority, but it was proposed that the parliamentary couucll of 300 representatives should lay down a iiollcy and enact laws which will bo accepted by every county nnd municipal council, by all local authorities and by the people at large. It was proposed to ignoro Englaud entirely, to boycott ber and to peacefully assume the administration of Irish affairs. Ireland would havo thus been brought under the control of her own leaders, and tho various counties and municipalities would be linked together by common consent under tbo direction of a single authority to work out a definite nnd concerted policy. The county councils have power to levy taxes nnd furnish tho funds for maintaining tho governments. There is n department of agriculture and technical instruction administered by county nnd borough delegates. A complete system of local government now exists, whose officials could be guided by and cuforco tho resolutions of a council of 300 without the uso of violence or exposing themselves to tho charge of treason. It was proposed that no Irishman shall enlist lu the army or navy. It was proposed that no Irishman shall buy or use British goods. It was proposed to establish a' national bank. It was proponed to Ignore the British courts and establish a national Irish judiciary, which will take juris- - W Photo by American Tress Association. JAMES JIAItK SULLIVAN. lu his undershirt to his memory. The Epworth League of tho Newport met visiting diplomats nnd that, at the Instance of William J. Bryan, then sec- Calvary M. E. Church unanimously retary of state, he made various unfit adopted a resolution "That we. the appointments. Creditors testified to the Federation of the Epworth League of Northern Kentucky, representing Epminister's unpaid personal debts. worth Leagues of tho .Methodist EpisSullivan was born nt Killarney, on Jan !S, IS".'!, came to this coun- copal Church and Epworth Leagues of try when a boy and was brought up the .Methodist Episcopal Church South, He was later n press do hereby request that your honorable hi Brooklyn. agent for prizefights at Waterbury. body may give a favorable consideraConn., and an associate there of Baldy tion to tho proposals now before the Jack Uose, one of those who conspired General Conference looking toward the to murder Herman Kosentluil and es- union of these two great Christian caped by turning state's evidence. Lat- churches." The resolution was sent to er Sullivan went to Ynle university the General Conference In New York, Chas. Kimsey, a blind man, who and started to practice law In Connecticut, subsequently removing to lives in tho .Memphis Mines neighborNow York city, where he wns counsel hood, near Marlon, on being informed that a hawk was after his chickens, for Kose after the Jtosenthnl murder. Sullivan's appointment to the Santo took his gun. fired and brought it to Domingo post, wns brought about by tho ground. Ho says ho "sights" the Secretary Bryan, who hi a letter de- gun with his ears. When his wlfo told scribed Sullivan ns it "strong, cour- him a hawk was after his chickens, ho grabbed his gun and ran out in the ageous, reliable fellow." In the spring of lDlIi, when he re- yard. As a hawk was Hying off ho signed, Sullivan left Santo Domingo ascertained from the sound of its wings tho direction it was Hying, and for Ireland. adherents of the when ho Judged It had come within cause lost lu Dublin arc Inclined to range of his gun, fired, and down came view the arrest of Sullivan ns a blun- the hawk to tho ground dead. Mr. der on the part of England. Not one Kimsey Is nbout :!0 years old and has man who wus at all familiar with the been blind flvo years, having lost his affairs of Irish patriots or who knew sight in a mine accident. anything about Mr. Sullivan would admit that ho was ever in any league or Poisons society which contemplated actually working to free Ireland. Joseph W. Retained In the bodv causes rheuma Gavnn, a New York lawyer, who has tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, been for many yenrs Identified with blood poison. Number 40 For The organvarious radical Blood expels poisons from the body and izations, said: "Sullivan has never in his whole life cures blood poison in its worrt form. been Identified with any Drug Store. movement looking townrd the lib- Sold by Wedding's eration of Ireland from British misdisposed rule. Wero RUN. to violate this country's neutrality, which they are not, they would not have selected James Mark Sullivan for Frank Walker wos delivering tobacco any mission that might give tho Brit- in Cloverport Thursday. ish government nn opportunity to Miss Margaret Atwood returned Satto the United States. England urday to Louisville where slw has a has been woefully misled by John whom we regard hero as a Ben- position. Lewis lieavln entertained his friends Arnold." edict to a dauce Suturday evening. Mr and Mrs Knott Hardin and baby, Handcuffs Are Invisible. Kent county (Mich.) sheriff has a Ruth, were the guests of relatives in scheme for eliminating tho uso of handHolt Sunday. cuffs in conducting prisoners through D. E Chapln, Cleve Miller, Ferd tho streets. A suit caso containing O. W. Hendrlckson and Sara to the prisoner, bricks is handcuffed llendrickson were in Hardinsburg on and the coat sleevo conceals tbo shackles. A deputy in plain clothes ac- business Wednesday. companies tho arrested man, and their Herman Waggoner and Sam Hen was that Sullivan Ire-laun n n contracts further read that all differ ences shall Up settled by arbitration. More than twenty priests from tho Covington diocese attended the funeral of the Rev. Father Stephen Schmld at St. Stephen's Church at Newport. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Brossart was celebrant at solemn requiem mass. There were also members of tho older worshippers from the church nt Carroll-ton- , of which the decedent was In charge for fifteen years. The Rev. M. I. Lelek, a personal friend of the dead priest, delivered the sermon in German, paying an Impressive tribute ?ss:.Win. Portable Green Houses.Hot bed sash and Silos ggattosj 1 ii Ik II ALFRED STRUCK CO. CYPPESS j. CRFEW-HOUSF It mm MATEPIAL (5) 4 . i i AND TANKS LUMBER & MILL WORK LOUISVILLERKY. m3 ''Send for Catalogue. Live Local Agi-n- t Wanted." Farmers l Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco lo the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of Tiilmeco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER & DURRETT, Managers L T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly uo this blank in renewing your subscription. Please examine tho label on your paper. If your sulcription is duo, the Editor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER THE BKECKENKIDGE NEWS, Ci.ovhiu'okt, Ky. Enclosed find !f , which apply to my sub- scription account. Name Addukss, HI Lewis Atwood was In Louisville Sunday. Miss Alieue II HUES I liagBMfcJ Two Eggs a Day. I- com-plai- n Bed-inoit- days. The hen laid a hard shelled After this ne In the afternoon. period she settled down to normal and La Grippe and Fever Cured. is laying one egir a day regularly. Urooksvllle Review. "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic cured my husband of LaGrippe Feel languid, weak, run down? and Fever after other remedies failed." Headache? Stomach "otl?" A good LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. remedy Is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask progress down the streets attracts no drickson attended the commencement unusual attention. your druggist. Price $1.00. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store, exercises In Tobinsport Friday night. goner. J. - Woolery, of Walcott, says he Miller, of Tell City, is has a white orpltitfton hen that laid visiting her sister, Mrs. Allen )'ag two em's a day for four consecutive POWDERLESS GUN HAS NO BARREL Hurls ; BISHOP LAWRENCE. President of Episcopal Church Pension Fund, Who Is Meeting Success. mm 3? Make a Buying Profit as well as a Building Profit! OS I can enable vou to do this, as I buv in larire ouantities and have a lame stock to select from. If not, then Are you going to build, paint or repair your dwelling, barn or ou are not interested; n so, men you win neea some tnings or tne partial hsi enumeraieu elow: out-buildin- Balls Accurately Dis tance of Seven Miles. RICH WOMAN AIDS INVENTOR I 0 ' i I : "V Framing and Finishing Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Mouldings, Doors, Sash, Porch Columns, Screen Doors and Wire Cloth, Building Hardware, Laths, . Plaster, Lime and Cement, Mill Work of All Kinds. Device Has Been Tested With United In by Generals Results States Army Can Wreck Trenches, Vessels or Aeroplanes, and One Woman Can Operate It, Mrs. Kntliryn M. Stnnton, whose lius. band, V. McMIIInn Stnnton, Is treasurer of the Wolverene Copper Mining com-- , jinny ami other Michigan corporations capitalized at millions of dollars, said Good 8 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. the other afternoon In her summer home at Whltestone, N. Y she has nlded personally mid financially In the perfection of n war gun which Hns been tested In model form with marvelous results ly penernls In the United States army. Uses no powder, chemicals or springs for Its discharge. Has an effective range of seven or , j I Marion Weatherholt, Si General Contractor Cloverport, Ky. cJ?ht miles. Shoots out eggs or glass halls without breaking them in the ilNcharge. Shoots out fifty balls Instantly or one ball every hour. Can wreck trenches, vessels or nero planes. Uas no barrel. Can bo operated by one woman. Can plant fifty balls within a radius of six feet at a range of a mile nnd a half, ns was actually done with n smaller model nt Fort Hamilton and Sandy llook. Can be placed on the grass and fired without recoil. Weighs about 300 pounds. Can be duplicated simply, quickly nnd comparatively inexpensively. Hurls missiles from a Hat surface. May drive other hurts of guns out of existence. Is named by Its Inventor "the Ileautl- ful Kntliryn. "Some one brought nn old Inventor to me." said Mrs. Stanton. "He had known more nrosnerous days, but be- cause since the war his royalties from Inventions he sold In Oermnny had been cut off he was unable to flnnnce his Idea of the gun. He Is a well known Inventor, a naturalized citizen who hates notoriety. His first stipulation was that the United States should have the refusal of the Invention, which Is Editor Tells How i plSlNG $5,000,000 j FUND D. D. D. Cured TO PENSION AGED MINISTERS His Eczema ,Mirs Geneva Netherton has returned to Luulsville after u visit with Mr. mid Mrs. N U. Netnerton. Don Lyddan and K L Lyons purchased five passenger Ford cars from Irvington Hardw.ire and Implement I patented. Rented Small Machine Shop. "Without saying anything to Mr Stanton, I rented a small machine shop in New York ami hired a few mechan- ics. I watched the gun grow from day to day. I asked Mr. Stanton whether the principle was practicable. He said. 'It can't be done.' "When the model was Mulshed I said. It has been done.' Mr? SJanton became convinced and Interested army olllceis Te-t- s were made at Sandy Hook am! elsewhere. W'c expect to have the new gun ready shortly " .Mr. Stauloii gave the key to the prln clple of the Invention. "The gun they mil It a gun: I call It a thing Is really the harnessing of centrifugal motion." :il.l Mr. Stanton. "The power can be generated by any suit of engine. About SO per cent of the power generated Is used. We tried a small model :'t Fort Hamilton and Sandy Hook, using an electric motor of less than one horsepower. At a range of r,()0 yards two ounce balls were hurled into a circle about the size of the top of that table. .lie Indicated a Inlile having a radius of about two lVet.l The gun Is exactly accurate, oxtail as the ball Is subject to external liilliicui es, as soon as the range Is determined. The velocity of the ball before It Is released governs Its range. This velocity Is determined automatically. The ielea.se Is a part of the gun. "We hope for n range of seven or eight miles, but it will not pierce armor plate at that distance, its principal use. I think, will be with a high trajectory, but It can be used with a flat trajectory. "The principle of the gun is not new; it was tried by Russia some time ago. But the experimenters used a barrel, nud this sH)lled the weapon's accuracy. "It Is the most practical tiling In the U fool proof. simple. Also, It It wears longer and Is far less expensive than the powder using guns. It does not require special machinery for Its manufacture." world because It Is so TEST VALUE OF EDUCATION. Man to Send Two Girls to College to Sco if It Pays. I.ouls A. Hoffmann, a bachelor not years old, a newspaper yet thirty-livpublisher of New Orleans and New York, aiiuouiiced that lie would give college education to two girls, one from New York nud one from his homo Ho wants to town. New Orleans. learn from observation whether a college education for a woman pays. "Personally, I am of the opinion that every girl should havu a college educa tion," he said, "but every now nud then some one arises to announce that doesn't need It, I shall n woman Watch the progress of these girls ami their ufler Uvea and make up my own mind, it will ocMt mo about $0,000 to educate the twa arid I have placed thin amount In a trust fund." e C.'. last vee! Go to Sunday Sjhool Day was enWould Retire From Active Work Those Prophctts-tmvn. fl. Ilotcliklss, Holtor Echo, 111.: ItemcinlMT mine was eczema of joyed by IrvinKton cltfzens. Number Sixtyeight and Over. Now I nm comflftivn years' stnnillng. pletely lirnlcd, otter 4 bottles of D. D. D. in attendance, Baptists 131; Methodists I linvo Been n case of 115 years' standing 01; Presbyterians 92; Cumberland PresIllshop William Lawrence of Massn- - cured. I have Been my own doctor cured of li.irlier's Itch, which he could not euro byterians 29. cnusetts, president of the church pea himself. Mrs. W. J. Piggott has been elected V. It. Tesar. Hanker. ITopklnton, la. : I slon fund, announces that ?L',000,000 treated with has now been pledged townrd the fund They did mc three doctors tor six months. delegate to the annual Missionnry Conno pood ; my face and scalp of of $3,000,000 which Is being raised to were full my the disease. I applied D. D. 1). ference of the Loulsvlll? district which smooth ns a baby's. constitute n reserve fund for tho plan llcsult L. I. face Is as I'nstor Bth Av. Pres- meets in Russelville this month. Three Itcv. Downlnc byterian Church, Itoanoke, Vn. : For threo thousand eight hundred delegates will to pension the clergy of the Protestant years I suffered, intensely so. I have at Episcopal church. last found relict In I), n. I). I am no be present. Tho campaign has aroused keen In lonper tortured completely cured. I bavo acknowledging th great no hesitancy K. A. Crider is able to be out after terest among the churchmen from v;tues of this Inspecific. coast to coast, nnd In n remarkably Dnicclsts urc glad to recommend this being confined to his room for some soothing, cooling liquid. 2.1c, COc and $1.00. time. short time, a period of two months, you more about Come to us and we will this sum has been pledged. The hearty this rcmorkatile remedy. tell Your money back J C. Payne was in Louisville Wed- operation of the committees New unless the first bottle relieves you. D. D. I). in co York, Philadelphia, Boston nnd other Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about It. nesday. Mis. J. M. Ilerndon and sons, Falr-leicenters hns been n source of much snt- - Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky, Isfactlon to Bishop Lawrence nnd those and Jesse; Jr., went to Lexington nctlvely nssoclated in the work. last week. The campaign Is being conducted In ITEMS OF INTEREST J. P Keith, the tombstone man, was nil the dioceses of the Episcopal church here Wednesday on business. under the guidance of n national committee, witli ollices In New York. The Paul Wilson shipped three loads of FRONMRVINGTON campaign will continue until March 1, stock last week. 11)17. on which date It Is expected that Talk up our fair. It is a sure go. the system for pensioning the clergy Mrs. W. J. Piggott Attending Farmers and business men are behind will become effective. it. The plan provides that nt the nge of National Conference at In sixty-eigh- t every clergyman In the WadePile, of Custer, was here Satchurch shall be eligible for retirement dianapolis Clean Up Day urday and spent Sunday with Mr. and upon a minimum llfo annuity of $000. Mrr. E. H. Shelman at their beautiful The full amount paid to each clergyFor Irvington. country home near Union Star. per cent man Is expected to equal of his average annual salary multiplied Bugs on Vegetables. by tho number of years he has received FORD CARS PURCHASED. n salary. No annuity will total more Cucumber, tomato, and squash vines than o0 per cent of tho average niinual seem to be the feeding place for bugs salary. Misses Annie mid Mary Crahan left and worms but B. A. Tnotnis' Louse Some ."i.snn clergymen will be affected by the operation of the plan. At the Friday for a vi-with friends at Horse Killer kille them at oce application. present time there are 711 ministers in Branch and Ltiiclifitfld Wedding's Drug We guarantee it years of the church over sixty-eigh- t Mrs. Nannie Robertson, of Gustou, Store. age ami eligible to retire from active service as soon as the pension fund be- has teen the guest of Mt. and Mrs. AlNOTES. bert Ashcr.-.ft- . comes effective. Remember, next Suuday is Mother's Hawesville, May 6. Miss Beulah D y. SCHOOL CHILDREN OFFERED Gibson left on Friday for Cincinnati and children vis Mrs. T. R Blvthe BIG PRIZES FOR ART WORK where she will spend several months of ited Mr. and Mrs Lafe Withers at Kirk the summer with friends. She recently last week. removed here with her mother, Mrs. Sest Electric Poster Design Will Get Mrs. Mary Hestoo. of Hardinsburg, Joe Freeman, from Daviess county. Award of $1,000. Cash has been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Payne. Miss Margaret Walz will arrive in a C. A. Penick li3S returned from Web few days from Los Angeles, Cul., for A total of $2,200 In cash prizes Is lie nas oeen doing some an extended visit to Miss Dorris Taylor. now offered to artists, students of art ster, where Miss Walz removed to California with and the school children of the United concrete work for Tom Lyddan, Mrs. W.J. Piggott left Tuesday for her mother five years ago. States. The contest which Is now under tiny Is Intended to stimulate com- Indianapolis to attend National Con Messrs. Josh T. Griffith, D. C. Stlm-so- n mercial art effort In the higher schools ference of Correction and Institution. and Elmer Miller came up Thursand Is an Illustration of how btg Indus- She will be the' guest of Mrs. R. N. day and spent the day on their fine lake try seeks to enourugi' practical voca- Miller. site in the county three miles above tional education In the higher schools. Mrs. J. K Brnmlette and Misses Ev town. They have already commenced prizes are offered by These liberal the Society For Electrical Develop-- elyn and Nelle Bramlette were in Lou- - making improvements on it. sville Wednesday to see Birth ot the incut. New York. Judge T. F. Birkhead was here greetEach artist is eligible for the grand Nation. ing frierds and attending to law busiprize of $1,000, the second prize of $.".00 Bion Jolly returned to Chicago Sun ness on Wednesday. and the third or public choice prize of day after a short visit with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poulton, of Tho committee provides an addi$a00. Honey Grove, Texas, have arrived here tional $200. which will be divided Into Mrs. Sue Jolly. Mrs. H. J. Kreos is visiting relatives for a visit to Mrs. Poulton's parents, live prizes exclusively for school art- ists. The future Sargents nnd Peunells in Guthrie. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Avres. of the strictly urt schools will recelvo Messrs. J. M. Herndon, J. D. Ash- Arthur Fogartie has arrived home, another $200 In uwards. Tho competi- craft, Lon Blsnoff. W. J. Piggott and after having taken a year's course of 1. tion closes June Mastudy at the Presbyterian Seminary at Dr. .lames P. Hauey. director of art Clarence McGlothlan attended the sonic banquet at Bewleyvllle Saturday Louisville, of New York high schools. Is one of tho Judges. His presence on tho Jury will night. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Powers and lend much encouragement to the school Miss Annie Owsley, of White Mills, is daughter, Miss Eleanor, have returned ' ar,ls,K- - T,, JulKs urc nil widely rec- visiting Mrs. Nell Marshall. from a visit to friends in Louisville. ogulzed urt critics and include John Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp, of LouisJ. M. Dlllard, of Louisville, wa.--. a Adams, secretary of the New (Jiilncy ..... r...l,itl.jtjf... V....!' ..ii,t.l..1t...l ville, is visiting Mrs. II . J. Krebs. visitor here this week. 1, v, X "I iiiuiliiij'iii tlit VrWiii.i.ioniiy,,, Arthur V. Wiener, president Interna Miss Julia Lyons leaves today for Mrs. Taber Miller was hostess to the tional art service. Louisville, having been the guest of "500" club on Tuesday night. The grand pilze design will be repro her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons. Capt. J. J. Henuen and Chas. duced more than 200.000,000 times In O'Neil, Altshand, Hammond and D. Jr., who went South last fall every form of iidvertlslng mutter In connection with the country wide elec- C. Heron motored from Louisville, with a fleet of gasoline boats from the trical celebration this fall. The pur- Saturday, and were week end guests of boat works here, are expected to return pose of this oii'iit Is to focus attention Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron, ot Mt. home in u few days on the stability of America's $1,000.. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Birkhead were 000,000 electrical industry nnd through Mrs, A. T. Adkins and daughters visitors to the parents ot Mrs. Birkhead, parades, pageantry, shows nnd illuml- Mr. and Mrs. James Crockett, tie first nations to demonstrate the Industry's were In Louisville Saturday. capacity to organize quickly In times Today Is clean up day. Wagons will of the week. ; of stress Into a potent arm of the coun Miss Louise and Master Geo. New be furnished to carry the garbage away. try's ilefenseti. Wc have had no contagious diseases for man are visiting their grandmother, youug-c- r An Interesting prospect for the artist Is tho arrangement to exhibit the past two years, or rather since we Mrs. Josephine Newman, In Louisville. Id. the larger cities both tbo posters commenced observing clean up day. Mrs. Harry Cans and little daughter 1imn by the country's foremost artlsta Miss Mary Heron, of Louisville, have returned to their Louisville home, and tho pupils' designs. after a visit to Miss Dood Adair. spent the week end with her parents, Clergyman and Banker Also Write Charming Creations In the Millinery Line i 1 1 We are showing marvelously beautiful creations in Women's Headwear Original and novel designs adapted from foreign models, as well as original conceptions by our own designer. gh i 1 i Mrs. Margaret Payne Irvington, Kentucky. HARNED. Will Dunn, of McDaniels, was here on business last Thursday. Miss Ora Leigh Black spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Pile. Tice McCoy, B. A. Tucker, Owen Hix and Ben McCoy were in town Wednesday. Miss Nevah Milner is visiting at McCoy and McDaniels. Mrs. Wilbur Pile spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black. Mrs. W. T. Macy, who has been sick for several weeks, is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Black were In town Friday shopping. John Payne, of Denver, Col., is vis- r NOTICE Carding Machine WILL START ABOUT it HAWESVILLE June 10th, 1916. Tkkhs for Carding: Six cents if gratsc is furnished and seven cents if wo furnish the greuse. We will puy freight one way on lots of 50 pounds and over. Ship your wool prepaid. I have goo.d machine and will assure you work and prompt returns on your rolls. Thanking you for past patronage first-clas- s iting relaties here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holmes, of Hudson, are visiting their parents here. The following attended church at New Salem Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and children, Owen and Story Goodman. 1 The Children's Day service will be held at the Methodist church Sunday night, May 14. J. S. REYNOLDS, Propr. I IV 11 I s, Pis-ga- h. j Cheapest accident insurance Dr. For burns, Thomas' Eclectic Oil. All scalds, cuts and emergencies. druggists sell it. 25c and 50c. Nail, who has been ill for severa weeks, will be glad to learn that she s improving. BRANDENBURG. Mrs. Iek Haynes, who has been at Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ellsworth spent Norton Infirmary, Louisville, for sevin Louisville. the week-en- d eral weeks, was able to be brought Jshn Bircher, Jr., of Hartford, spent home Sunday. here with relatives, the week-enMr. and Mrs. J. N. Uerryman, Misses Mr. and Mrs. James Drury have Annie Price, Halite Denboeand Ellska taken rooms In W. D. Coleman's resi- Youtsler visited relatives in Mauck-podence. Sunday. Mrs. David Saunders, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown and Jess spent the week-en- d with relatives Board left Monday for Tulsa, Okla., here. where they have positions In the oil Messrs Crosier Mclntlre, Ernest field at that place. Miller, Johnnie AIMn and Edwin Prof. J. H. Hosklneon, former prinWoolfolk motored to Irvington Sunday. cipal of the Brandenburg Normal, has J. D. Hardin spent several days last signed a three years' contract as suweek In Louisville, Frankfort and Lex- perintendent of the Whltting, 111., High School at $3,000 per annum. ington on professional business. Messenger. Mrs. Ella Gregory left Saturday for Meade County Bowling Green, where she will take a For any itchiness of the skin, for special course at the State University. tkln rashes, chap, pimples, ate, try Mr. and Mri. W. D. Bland will leave Dean's Ointment. SOc at all drug this week for Hazelwood, where ha will stores. engage In the mercantile butines. Read our "Want Ads." The many frlenda of Mrs. Eramett d rt U, F. OVERTON, Carder Fordsville, Ky.