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The Breckenridge news: May 17, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916051701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 17, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRiDGE NE WS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL THAT'S FIT TO PRINT." 8PaJr o. 6 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1916. Miss Mildred Wodnesday tnorninir. Stselc was 'n the yard and when she EDDYVILLE CONVICT saw the smoko coming through the roof, she ran and rang the bell calling TRAIN the limn from the field. They formed soon had the a bucket brigade and flames extinguished. the The damage was fuliy covered by En Route to Irvington Sunday-- All Given by Owensboro Inquirer. InMiranec. Day Search MadeDisc- AH Another Great Day EuCAPESJRl overed 4 That Evening by 13 Year Old The wedding of Miss Lucy Jane Hall and Mr. Oliver O. Lewis was quietly Boy. solemnized nt the palish of the Rev Mr JULY 25 FIRST DAY. nt Hardinsburg Monday evenNorman Huston Stiles, an lidd.wtlle convict, ing at three o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis arc two young escaped from the train en route to Judge C. C. Givens, of Henderson, last Sunday morning at n point Ky , having leased the fair grounds at people of Cloverport. They will remain near Garfield. here several days, after which they wi this place, it is now definitely settled Sti cs was in charge of Jailor Abe that vc will have n county fi'ir this fall. go to Layfaette, Ind., to make their Meador who was tie i urinjj liiiu to Win Judge Givens is conceded to he one of home Gilbert at Irvington, who is a prison the best fair men in the state. He is guard at liddyvillc highly enthusiastic over the prospects FIREAT After the train pushed Hnmed Stiles here for one of the best, cleanest country asked permission to go to the water fairs in the state. Recognizing the educitional value of a Residence of K. B. Head Burned closet. Mr Mcador removed his hand cuffs and he went into the clo-Soon good county fair and also being anxious Wednesday at Noon, Valued after lie entered Conductor Tilford was to interest not only the older people of working his train and found the dour our county, but the children as well, at $3,500, Partially Covered locked lie called Me.idor's attention to Judge Givens hos instructed us to anit who hastened to look after his man nounce to nil of our school people, and With Insurance. To his great surprise he found the win those who are interested in giving to our dow up and his prisoner gone. Mr, children a great dav of enjoyment free Irvington, Mav 10 While the famih Meador was dumfouuded, rattled and as which will of any expense; that July 25, be the first day of the fair, will be term- of II. 11. Head was at the noon meal white as a cloth, , and was ready to jump but "Uncle" ed school day and on this day will be Wednesday, a neighbor, Don Lyddan, out of a given a free pass into the fair grounds ran in and notified them their house Jerry came to his rescue and .stopped the This includes all children in the county was on fire. The alarm whistle at the train. Mr. Meador alighted from the of school age and all teachers in the mill was turned in and citizens were train and started up the track in a trot, county who wish to attend the fair 011 soon there and fought bravely but to no but his prisoner was,uo where to be seen. Mr Meador got busy with the tele avail, that day This is very liberat on the part.of The origin of the fire is not exactly phone, Sheriff Heard was informed of Judge Givens and is a rare opportunity known, but think probably a spark the escape. Herbert Heard got into his for the children to visit their county seat from the kitchen stove lighted in the machine, called up all his deputies who and spend a day of real enjoyment at eaves and set fire to some litter Most secured more machines and out to the their county fair. We will arrange to of the furniture on the firtt door was woods they went The news spread like suspend school work for that day, and saved. The residence was valued at wildfire, and the whole neighborhood we hope that a good number of our $3,fi00, and was partially covered tv in- was aroused. An nil day hunt failed to teachers will be interested in getting surance. The property was formerly locate the prisoner and the chase was their children here. A more definite owned by W. B. Hrowu, an old citizen abandoned. About 7 o'clock that evening George announcement will appear in the county of Irvington. son of Thomas Heard, the papers later. Heard, who lives on the pike, started to Meet in July. J. W. TRIiNT, Press Boys A short dis town to attend church County School Superintendent Louisville, ICy., May 13 At a meet tance from his home he espied a man inc held at 12:50 o'clock this afternoon crossing the wheat field and he said to Seniors Entertained. by the members of the executive com some one with him that there was Stiles The Seniors of the Chive: port High mittee of the Kentucky Tress Associa- the escaped prisoner. He at once called to the man to stop, School were delightfully entertained tion It was decider! to hold the annual Friday evening at the t.onie of Mr. and meeting of the organization from July and to stop quick. The man slopped Mrs. Wm. Pate. The reception was 11 to 14 at Ashland, Ky. The place of and he recognized Stiles. lie called to given by the flower girls who are: the meeting had beenchosen previously. his father and they took him in charge. Misses Mary Pute, Emily Reid, Gussie Col. Claud Mercer was returning from - Burke and a pleasure trip to Cloverport iu his nuto Jane Lighttoot. Music was Fiddlers' Contest. and happened along at the time and the the pleasing diversion of the evening. Refreshments were served The in There were four contestants In the prisoner, along with his captors, were vited guests were: Mes.rs. Arthur old time fiddlers contest, which was taken iu and hurried to Hardinsburg Couch, Miller Ferr , Forrest Weather given Thursday evonlng at the opera George is given the credit for finding holt, Edward Couch, Eldred Uabbage, house They were: Wm. Priest, of and arresting the man, and is considered Johnson, of Lewis-por- t, a young hero Jess Hall and Joe Burke. West View, Stiles was returned to the penitentiary James Sanders and Chas FurTuesday morning He was sent up last row, of this cltv. Fire Near Owensboro. at Mr Furrow won the first prize of February for burglary committed Mr. Stephensport, The residence belonging to R. M. $10 for being the best fiddler. .Steels, of near Owensboro, caught fire Priest received the second prize of $5. 1 ' for School Children of Brecken ridge County. Will be Given Free Passes Into Grounds. Hall-Lewi- s. and Arrested Late Seniors Monday Evening a Success. Baccalaureate Sermon Delivered Sun day. FOR PLAY ROYAL AKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum 44. No Phosphate PROCEEDS jpGTON An interesting event of the wee', and decidedly one of the most important for the High School pupils, wns the femur play. It was given at the American Theater Monday evening; the name of the comedy being "Home Ties," a four act affair, with the following cast of W. ATTENDS Of I P1GG0TT CONFERENCE STATE CONVENTION OF PRJIBITIONIST characters: Martin Winn John Duke Leonard Iiverelt. . . .I'orrest Wenthcrholt Harold Vincent rthur Couch Hdward Couch Josiah Tuard Ruth Winn Mary Owen Oele Virginia II. Perkins Alma Wayne Aunt Melissa Lena Mattiuglv .Airs. Poplin Mary Jo Matting.- Lituly Jane Ruth Lamb The play was a success iu every way and the girls and boys are to be congratulated on the splendid program gotten up in so short n time. Prof. G R. McCoy reported the amount taken iu to be $14. et Chanties and Mrs. Frances Beatichamp IsCorrection at Indianapolis-W- ill sues Call For the Meeting to Return on the 22d. be Held May 24 and 25. Pig-gnt- the National window-himself- Iiaccalautcate Sermon, ltev. Paul S. Powell delivered the baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning nt the Methodist church. A large crowd attendeii and the services were enjoyed by nil and The musical program was beautiful appropriate for the occasion, ill honor of the C. II. S. graduates. Iivington, May !.. Mrs. W. J. t, who is attending the srsMon nt the national charities and correction in Indianapolis will return about the Md. The National Conference of Charities and Correction in session is the largest body of social workers iu the world. It numbers in its membership and 011 its programs, men and women of worldwide fame, Statesmen, Univertity men, ministers of the gospel, educators and social workers from all parts of America. Its proceedings cover every phase of effort foi human betterment. Father GavS.sk, the outgoing presi dent, declared iu his annual address that the strougest ally of all work for human uplift was religion, not science. Planting Tobacco. Thos. Heard planted three acres of tobacco Monday. Hawkins Smith and the Hrickey brothers were also planting. A Whittinghill-Clarnumber of farmers had plants, but their ground was not ready. The fine rain of Miss Helen Whiitinghill, a popular Monday put new life and enthusiasm into the farmers and the town folk as young ladv of Glen Dean, and Mr. well. liver) tiling points to banner Harrv Clark, of South Carrollton, were married in Owensboro Thursday aftercrops iu Ilreckeuridge this year. Buys Wool. noon, Tne ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. C. McDowell, pastor of Dcnuie Sheeran has bought wool from Young Chicks. Mr Hortou, the following farmers: the Woodlawu Methodist chinch at his 1S0 pounds burr, at 2Sc; Geo May, 15.1 After the ceremony the Mrs. A. 11. Cashmau, Stephensport, pounds at 33 cents; W. R. Howman, 65 as cow yuii cmcKeiis nearly reauy lor couple left for a wt deling trip. The pounds, Iimmet Horseley, So pounds, the frying pan. She set 5 hens on 6. bride is the attractive daughter ot Mr. Thos. Iilder, So potftids, all at 33 cents eggs each and every egg brought a live and Mrs A. IS. Wliiltinghill, prominent chick. Miss Lena Payne has cpiite a citizens ol Glen Dean, anil the groom is nu esteemed and popular business Ship Hogs and Sheep. number, ready for the market. man. W R Robbius and Proctor Preuch shipped from Mxstic Monday a load of FfiK-TZp-i vt5h sZia Fix fin v.tit sZiz rfoi cattle ami sheep They had 73 head of .t stfa Yfa KftVH hogs, averaging 200 pounds. They were hoping to strike a ten cent market and all indications point that their hopes will be realized. Prof G R. McCoy anil Mrs. McCoy entertained the seniors and Mr and Mrs J. R Meador to a theater party Immediately after Tuesday evening the show they went to Jim's confectionery, where retreshtueuts were served. k. ' 1 Theater Party. Mrs. I'rnr.CisK. Haiichamp. S:ate chairman of the Prohibition party in Kentucky, has call, d a Siate convenn tion of that party to meet at tha Hotel iu Louisville May 24, In the olllcial call Mrs. Heauchamp states that every method of dealing with the liquor tralllc has been tried, and has faili d, and that it has been clearly demonstrated that the only proper remedy is prohibition. All persons Interested in and sympathizing with the prohibition movement are urged to attend the convention in Louisville. Mrs. Heauchamp compares the prohibition movement to tne national preparedness movement, and argues that the country can do uothuig more calculated to increase national efficiency than to bring to an end the manufacture and sale of liquor. Wat-terso- 1 To The Good Citizens Y ATTEND of Mrs. J. BOYS' CORN CLUB P. To be Organized Hardinsburg Pharmacy THE DRUG STORES REX STRAW HAT CLEANER REX BED BUG KILLER will Irvington Pharmacy THAT SAVE YOU MONEY HIGH Birthday Dinner I p of Our County: We have leased our Fair Grounds for this sea- - vj son to Judge C. C. Givens, of Henderson, Kentuc-- H ky. We take this method of introducing and rec- - jf ommending to you this gentleman, a man who hails from the old school of culture and refinement; he :M is managing editor of the Henderson Gleaner, president of Commercial and Business Men's Club $jy of Henderson, a thorough- - gentleman and business man; we trust our friends and the citizens of this and adjoining counties will appreciate and realize in maintain-- j the importance of their ing and aiding this man in his efforts to make this the best County Fair in the State. Judge Givens v&j comes to us feeling that he is only one man, and j his great and unlimited experience in conducting Sjt fairs in this and other states has revealed to him the p. fact that in unity there is strength, so he solicits M the support of all people and is trusting in their w f REMEMBER WE STAND BETWEEN YOU AND PRICES will give you a new straw hat (or 10c Urge bottle 25c Adkins, of Patesville, WednesdayAn Elegant Dinner Was Enjoyed. guests attended the forty-fouibirthday dinner of Mrs. J. P. Adkins, of P.itesvibe, last week. A delightful day was spent and a most elegant dinner enjoyed. Those attending were: Mr and Mrs, J L. Hrowu, Mrs Mable Stewart anil children, Mr. and and Mrs Mint Clark and children. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clark, .Mr. and Mrs. Thos Jackson ami children, Mr. mid Airs, Kcat Morris anil children, Mr and Mrs O C. Adkins and family, Mrs 1,. Gabbert and Miss Clara Gabbert, Mrs. Martha Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taj lor and children, Misses Mary and Kathcriiic Harden, Ilertha ami Katie Harden, live-ly- n l'arrott, Messrs. George Taylor, ll Isome, Irvin McDauiel and Dewey Powers, Those present from a distance were: Mr, and Mrs. I'at Adkins, of l'eora, III.; Mrs A. T. Adkins and children, of Irvington; Hiluiau l'arrott, of Weber, Ky. Sixty-eigh- t Or-vith ridge County. Brecken Many Prizes in to be Given Away. A boys' corn club is being organized Some have al iu Hieckeuridge county. ready joined, but there is room for more. The Commissioner of Agriculture, Mr Cohen, will give a tiip to the State Pair, Other valuable including all expenses prizes will be given by the leading firms and business men. These prizes will be announced later, but you may be assured that they will be well worth working for. The main conditions are, that each boy competing must grow one acre of com and keep a correct record of all Any boy is work, cost of fertilize, ect. elgible who is tell jears of age and not more than eighteen. Mr.lt G. Wilson, state agent for the boys' corn club work, will be iu the county soon and thoroughly organize the work. Hut it is necessary that you send in your name at once, to get instructions and record hook. Teachers and others interested in the " by sending work ure nstced in names of any boys who want to join H. I HAYS, the club. West View. toco-operate- destroy eery form ol Insect lite. Try our Sulphur and Cream Tartar Lozenges 10c box. the complexion Chamois Skins 10c and $1.00 They Purify the blood and Clear Sponges 5c and $1.00 & r family Dr. says: $ Paint H $ your house with Our Brushes and Paints x xk $ p j lo'illt'The Fair dates have been selected for July 25, M 26, 27 and 28th, and in my opinion no better time - 1 Holder Gets $9.85 For Cattle. COAQ WHY? COURSE YOU ARE GOING TO "PAINT THINGS." 1, It mukes thick's morn bt'imtlful. It's healthful. V 4. U "prcse-vt3. It's easier to keep tilings cluuu. thu liouo unci burn and pays, WOet our prlcos for l'ulnt. Etc. OF Israel Holder bought one steer from Conrad Simons that tipped the beam nt 1 ,35o; two from Alex Ahl at 1,200 each. He paid 8 cents for them. He struck a $9 85 cent market mid came home happy Thos. Manning, Mooleyville, sold 13 head of hogs nt $9 80 and felt so good over it he hiked out for Chicago to see his sou Hen Beats Laying Record. P. II, Hoskius, of Glen Dean, has a lieu that beats the recoril for laying eggs before going to setting. She laid one egg n clay for 104 consecutive days before she retired for a rest, She was a full blooded Plymouth Rpck. for a fair in this County could have been establish-.- k ed; crops will have been cultivated, harvest and il J$ wheat threshing finished an ideal time for our a recreation, so lets all be Boosters and contribute to S!v i this fair cause. II ! Gratefully yours, yjj KODAK We KODAK KODAK Train Load of Mules. of 32 cars, load- Corn Mill Running. art igints Eastman Kodak Co. Kodak bitter than a dairy. Keep a kodak record ol the good timet now and throughout tha summer Beta with We develop your Films FRfcE urn sad rely oa what you buy. K, L. Stewart is running the Sample A double header train ed with mules and horses, passed over corn mill on Saturdays and Prank Shell-ma- n the blacksmith shop every day in the Henderson Route last week, eu route to l'rance, the week. i I VIC ROBERTSON! ... . I 1 g Races-Breckinri- dge County Fair and JULY 25, 26, 27, 28, 1916 Home-Coming--Rac. es I 1 i Reorganized - - - on a Broad and Liberal Basis. No Gambling Devices, Intoxicants or Immoral Shows Tolerated. 0$) For further information address Everything CLEAN and UNOBJECTIONABLE your friends, with surroundings that will appeal to the better elements of the community. Plenty of Good Races, Stock Shows and Free AttracP. O'REILLEY, Secy., Hardinsbui Ky. or tions to Entertain and Interest the people. The atmo- "The Cleaner the Fair, The Bigger the Crowds," J. of every fair managed by Judge is the established policy M sphere will he distinctly "Wholesome." C. C. GIVENS, Gen. Mgr. Henderson, Ky. Givens. Children of Breck-$- v First Day Free for All School K Abundance of Good Ice Water at convenient points P. S. Preference given in every instance inridge County and all over 60 years of age. to local peo-pi- e about the grounds, FREE TO ALL and ALL the ; ....... desiring legitimate concessions. ritirl ""'-""-o 1 n r TIME. r nb Ml UUCI1U1II OU lino fr.iif " 1 Will eilJUV 1 J- KS rence Kirtley IRIGTIJTIS Many Attend Boat Show MaBrandenburg Thursday. sons to Give Banquet. Talks Oiled Streets. n P.ev. I. C. Woodward preached to evening. thr- youug people Sunday EATS LIKE A PIG SKETCHING MARK TWAIN. Subject: '"The Broken Hedge." at Irvmgton is talking oiled streets. Whooping Cough. One of the most successful preparations In uso for this disease In ChamS. W. Mc berlain's Cough Hemedy. Ala., children Clinton, Hlandon Springs, writes, "Our babv had whooping cough as bad as most any baby could have it. Chamberlain loft I gave Mrs. Margaret him Chamberlain's Cough Tuesday for Maysvllle, Ky. Remedy and It soon got him well." Miss Catherine Cox. of Oakland, Obtainable everywhere. with Misses Helen spent the week-en- d Board and Kli.abeth Moorman Hook. HAWESVILLE. Miss Blanche llobson left Tuesday In Kossevclt, Okla., after for her home The Commercial hotel is the rendeza lenuthy stay with Mr. and Mrs. vous for the young people, and Mrs. Fred lirite. Prof. Arthur Ater and Mrs. Ater are Mary Foley and her son, Daniel, are vlsitinc Mrs. J. H. Handy at Lodiburg. frequent hosts to them. On Tuesday evening the house was thrown open to B. B. tlardaway, of Louisville, a OU Co , fifteen young couples who spent the representative of the Standard evening in dancing. Mr. Louis Burns was in towu Thursday. and sister, Mrs. Dave Duncan, enlivMrs. Kenneth Smith and son. Ken- ened the occasion by their delightful neth Wayne, of (Juston. have been the music. and guests of Medamei Dale Smith Miss Virginia Sapp and Miss Celeste N. Gardner. Chambers and Master Arthur Hently Irvinuton citizens In Louisville last went by automobile to Owensboro on week: Mesdames. John Miles, J. T. Tuesday with George Reese Hently to Johnson. Julius Hippie; Mives Macule secure the new Overland car for Mr. and Jennie Bandv, Ruth Marshall and Mrs. Joe Sapp, in which they reDandy. lumed Mrs. A. T. Adkins and children are Mrs. John P. McAdams, who was exvisiting relatives near Hawesville pected here this week from Colorado Master Arthur Payne Is visiting Mr. Springs with her three children, was and Mrs. J. J. Tilford at Fordsvllle. delayed liy the illness of her little Mrs. Seybert. who has been the daughter, Martha Hall. After Mrs. guest of I'rof. Arthur Ater and wife, McAdams ai rival she will remain here through the summer. left Saturday for Waterloo, Iowa. ICd Howe, of Louisville, spent the Little Francis Louise Newman, who Virgil has been visiting in Louisville, the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs guest of her grandmother, Mrs JoseJinte. Miss Helen Hoard has been visiting phine Newman, returned home Wednesday evening. at Oakland. Mrs. Josephine Jolly Is the house visitMiss Mary Cornwall has been ing Mesdames Turner and McClintiok guest of Mrs. James Haker. Mrs. M. G Levy, of Louisville, who in I.culsville. Miss Murrel Hasham, of Lodiburg. has been the past week at the Com visited Mr. tnd Mrs John Ater last mercial hotel, left for her home on Saturday. week. Mr. Daryl Hogard, of Owensboro, Miss McCoy, of Union Star, visited visited friends here on Tuesduy her sister, Mrs, Sippel, last week. Mrs. Lee Redman, of Cannelton, was County examination was held here Mrs. David the guest of Miss Fioreta M Uuhr on Friday and Saturday. 1'enick, of Garlleld, acted as examiner. Tuesday Owensboro Inquirer. Mr. l'enlck accompanied her and they 'A Symbol ot Health. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I'enick. The Pythagorlans of Ancient Greece The following people attuned the ate simple food, practiced temperance boat show at Hrandenburg Thurday and purity. As a badge they used tho evening: 1'r. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor, five pointed star which they regarded Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner, Mr as a symbol of health. A red live and Mrs. Lon Dowell; Misses Mary pointed star appears on each package Alexander, Guedry Uramlette, Sue of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still Handy, Bssie Kendall, Susie Prout; fulfils Its aucient mission as a symbol Messis. Hubert Lyons, Don Lyddati, of tieal Lit. If you are troubled with Wilbur Parks. Hilllard Hlggs, Cob Indigestion, biliousness or constipaLyons and Thomas Alexander. tion, get a package of these tablets fercy Koote, of Bawleyville, was in from your druggist. You will be surtown Saturday evening. prised at the quick relief which they The Masons will gite a banquet Sat- alford. Obtainable everywhere. urday evening, (irand Master J. II. Adams, of Louisville will be present. BIG SPRING. It. L. Hardaway, grocerymau, has just disposed of an Immense stalk of Hev. Deacon, Mrs. Deacon and chil bananas, weighing 10U pounds. Galloway Is visiting In dren left Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Fidelia to spend two weeks. Kev. Louisville. Deacon will attend District Conference C- B. Haswell, representing the CarMt Washington this week. ter Dry Goods Co. , Louisville, was at at Mrs. Lilly Scott is spending a few the Higgs House last week. days with her daughter, Mrs. Will Mrs. Lawrence Klrtley and children Miller, at Vine Grove. havo been visiting her parents near Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins, of Bkroii. Groveland, spent Sunday with her The District Sunday School Associaparents. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Dowell. tion meets at the Presbyterian church Kev. Deacon wae called to Garuetts- Saturday. vllle May to conduct a funeral. Irviugton Equal Rights Association The stork left a son at the home of will be postponed until Friday before the third Sunday In June, on account Tom Hobbs, Jim Humphrey and Jim Willlilte last week. of the District Sunday School ConvenMiss Mary Miller was at Vine Grove tion and the absence of several memFriday. bers. Mesdauie Dolph Richardson, and Will Grand Master J. II. Adams, of Louisville, will attend the Masonic ban- Qrillith; Messrs. C. C. Martin, J. II. quet here Saturday and will be the Meador and Will Curraln attended court at Hardinsburg last week. guest of W. J. Piggott. Foss Lyons, of Louisville, was hers Tim Kirtley, of B'andenburg, spent ths week end with Mr. and Mrs Law last week to see his children, Harve Mrs. Durwoctl Wroe and have roturncd from Itosutia. d Shep-herdsvil- le - Cartoonist Ward Found the Humorist an Impatient Subject. Many of the lllll?ultles experienced SLEEPSJJKE by the cnrlooitht are related by Leslie jWnrd In h's volume, "Forty Yenra of Youngstown Woman Laughingly Spy.' " Hi write ns follows with reference to America's prent humorist: "Murk Twain was another subject Tells of the Astonishing Rewho wi mo under the category of the lief She Gained. I 'wulki'i-s.- ' had a wood (lenl of in t:ettl:iK hold of tit m. but when I eventually cnuslit him at bis hotel I "I can oat Ilka a pig and sleep like a found him decidedly Impatient. Mrs. U. Hen lamb," laughingly said " 'Now you in nst n't think I'm going derson, of IK! South Hazel street to sit or stand for you.' he told me. 'for Youngstown, Ohio. once I'm up I keep on the go.' "I know this sounds rather 'piggish'," "The whole time 1 watched him ho Mrs Henderson explained, "but I can paced the room like a caged animal, hit upon no words that describe my sinoklnjr a very large calabash pipe and present condition better. Bspeclally (elllng amusing stories. The great is this true after the many years of humorist wore a white llanncl suit and told mo In the course of conversation suffering I went through. a dress all In "Indigestion, catarrh of the head, that he hadho wore suit madeparties. white that at dinner nose and throat, kidney and liver trou He had Just taken his honorary degree ble and nervousness all had a tight at Oxford, and he wanted to put his grip on me. Words cannot describe gown on, but I preferred to 'do' him In the pains and agony uaderwenf. tho more characteristic and widely "There was a bloating of gas on my known garb. lie struck mc as being a stomach after eating, I suffered head' very sensitive man, whose nervous pacach:s, my nose was stopped uo, mu ings during my Interview were tho recous formed in my throat, my eyes sult of a highly strung temperament. were weal: at tunes and m kidneys The only pacifying Influence seemed to bp his enormous pipe, which he never were sore. A geueral run down con' ceased to smoke." dition of health is what really suiter erfrom. Isever did I feel energetic and It was Impossible for me to relish Medicine Vs. Food. feed Do not buy something which you al "I tried almoit every medicine that came along, but none of them did me ready have." You have food which you any good. I finally concluded tnat feed your horses, cattle and sheep, but there was no hope for my recovery. I when you want medicine, buy only read of Tanlac, friends told me about medicine. Tnat Is what you get in B it, and relatives begged me to take it A. Thomas' Stock Hsmedy. We sell at first, but I kept on refusing. Bach it and guarantee I: to be medicine day my condition grew worse and I We tell you that it will tone up the was driven by desperation, I suppose, entire system of your stock atid aids to take another chance on finding re- digestion, thereby causing them to get all the food value out of the grain lief in a proprietary medicine. "Ten days of Tanlac treatment made that you feed them. Wedding's Drug a new woman i.f me. No longer do I Store. Henry James' Style. suffer from any of the old ailments. Stevenson spotted the unconscionOh, what a pleasure it is to feel gond once more. I can't help from praising able repetition of certain adjectives In Tanlac day and night. If any of my "Roderick Hudson," but probably the most marked characteristic of Henry friends or people who hear of my case .Tames' style was his passion for adsuffer anything like I did. I urge them verbs and adverbial clauses. He was to take Tanlac. " the most ndverblal of English writers. Tanlac is being introduced in Clover-por- t Yon will llnd more adverbs to the pago at Wedding's Drug Store, and in than even In Meredith. And be had a Stephensport at Shellman's Drug Store. quaint habit of putting the adverb before the verb when most writers would put It nfter. One of his ladles Andrew and Frances. (the examples are taken nt random) Miss Pearl Collins, of (Juincy, III., "thankfully felt." nnother "quite beauspent last week witli Miss Leah tifully and tenderly smiled." And "after all" crops up all over the place. Meador. Hut ono would not hnve these things Miss Sue Nett Miller and niece, altered; they were part of the man. Frances Lyons, and nephew, Harve Ono does object to them, however, in Andrew Lyons are at Glendale vUi'tliiL' his Imitators, who have learned tho her sister, Mrs. Harve Jenkins. trick, but missed the spirit behind it. H. S. Dowell celebrated his eighty- - Loudon Chronicle. second birthday May 7. Feel languid, weak, run down? Invitations were received last week to the graduation of Miss Kuth Over HeadacheV Stomach "oil?" A good ton Ilaynes at Columbia, Ky. remedy Is Burdock Hlood Hitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1.00. No. 40 for the Blood LIB ' , FOR SALE DUROG JERSEY BOARS Four March and April Boars, weight from 250 to 350 lbs., $30 to $40 each the best 1 ever bred. 6 Fall boar pigs large enough for service $17.50 each, all good and out of my best sows must be sold at once. 2 May gilts bred to farrow in April and May $25 each. Yearling gilts all sold. dllll-cult- y G. F HARDINSBURG, KY., 1 Route No. 2. 1 DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST flfflrs Hnnrc HIIIU. IIWUIWI S it. m.'to 12si. p( m. to;s p. ui. Always In oflico i) urine lc Alee hours Irvlngton, Ky. Farmers i Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made . GLOVER & DURRETT, L. T. Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. FARE $522 tDAILY BETWEEN fSfk S2S!3J?The g In CLEVELAND-Dail- y, GrtatShip "SEEANDBEE" Il2ilj3S5 O The Iftrgnt and most costly steamer on any Inland water of the world. Sleeping accommodation for l&tw iua.ncri, "CITY OF BUFFALO" "CITY OF ERIC" 3 Magnificent S teamen Bxpels scrofulous Humors from the blood, which causes constipation, ma Misses Kessle and Bessie Miller en laria, rheumati.Mii, sores, ulcers, pima number of their friends to a ples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug tertained party Saturday evening. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Mrs. Robert Thurmsn and daughter, Miss KITie, visited Mrs. Alton Mattingly "I Did Raise My Boy a few days last week. to be a Soldier. Sam Hurdette was in Cloverpcrt SatIn the June Woman's Home Companion is printed an abstract from the letter of a minister's wife in the Middle West. Sue says; "I did raise my boy to be a soldier If his country or liis country's God needs him (or them; I have three). "My father was a minister uf the Gospel. He was also a Union soldier In the Civil War. It is our proud privilege to point to two and one greatgreat-graud-fathe- r who fought In the Revolution. For mv boys my great ambition Is that they shall be soldiers of the King of Peace, actively engaged lu bringing In the reign of righteousness on earth. But If the nations of earth are still so unchrlstianized and so uncivilized that they have regard only for the god of war, then I shall be proud to give my sons In the defense of our nation, should war be thrust upon us," s HUES RUN U 8:00 P.M. Leave Cleveland Leave Buffalo C:00P.M. 6:33 A.M. Ait! Arrive UuSalo . uui.oio t ui.mh(Central Standard Time) rM.iU.tTnn. n..ff.tA iur rtmyara v.ii. ouu bit iaait-rii nun anuuian putmi. iiaiiruaij kick lyonncciions i nns ota rerwlinir lift wcon lMtvi.lanil nnrl Iturfnla Bra itooJ fur tram tkurtat ion cm otir fit camera. Ask your ticket agunt for tickcU via C. &t II. Line. ltcautifuliy colored avctional puzzle chart, rhowmu lxth exterior and interior ot Tho Great fehip "SEEANDUCU" sent on receipt ot five cents to cover (joatave and mailing. AUo uk pictorial and dtweriptlve booklet free. for onr ... May 1st to Nov.lSth-BUFFAL- I BM kJ ,v THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., unio p. urday. Mrs. James Waggoner Is visiting her parents near Hanlinsburg this week. Kirs. Cleveland Miller and daughter, Eva Lewis, were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Judu Cliapin. Walter Htuninger, of West View, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smart attended the funeral of Dr. Simons Monduy. Mrs. Thos. Hasham and daughters, Mis es Annie, Alma und Maydee, were TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly uso this blank in renewing subscription. Pleuse examine tho label on your paper. If your subscription id duo, tho Editor will appreciate puyniont. RENEWAL ORDER THE BKECKEN1UDGE NEWS, Ci.ovKnronT, Enclosed find s , guests of her lists., Mrs. Juda Chaplu, Sunday. Ky. , Bugs on Vegetables. Cucumber, tomato, and squash vines seem to be the feeding place for bugs and worms but U. A. Thomas' Louse Killer kill them at or.e application. We guarantee Store. it. Wsddlng's Drug scription account. Name: AUDHESS.. which apply to my sub- - DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Pfrye...b. EV w I I I -(hokwhi PhH- - ,uiVS. VFiW EBRVlV SERVANT OfSncV awPj NBW.PANClD WAiCRi INTOAD MfwwW !CBt'lMPMVSMENT CS JT I C. ?BV. IDERE AIN'T . ... Msi mine- ,Rui iirr i .1 i Vm'Xi EEf LI iV RH, IKS" IK, M J&W 'H . The plot is getting: thicker it seems 'AWim VOUR I CAie S IS HOPE - VHtS (WHS. RATIONAL AT , MK VAN LCoN)J MEETING Of THAT Hawes-villClover-poe, KNIFE-LI- KE PAIN -U Epworth Leagues of Lewisport and Held Here rt Saturday-Sple- ndid Program Rendered. The Cloverport Epworth League held thn third group meeting Saturday at the Methodist church. The occasion was one of great Interest with the League which has grown a great deal in the last two years. The exercises begau at 10 o'clock e with devotional, after which the address was given by Miss Leonora McGavock. The Junior League had a special pait in the program. Vesper services were held at the church in the afternoon beCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ginning at 4 o'clock. Many were in attendance. Representatives from Lewisport were: Misses of Miss Blanche Jarboe, Thursday. While at Glendeane last Wednesday Jessie Hopwood, Margaret Gabbert and Mrs. Robertson. Miss Cecil Jackson the team of Estes Hart became tright ened and ran away. In trying to stop attended from Hawesvllle. them he was painfully injured. Miss Nevah Milner attended Sunday Poisons School and church at New Salem last Retained in the body causes rheuma- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore are receiv tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For The Ing congratulations on the arrival of a daughter, Mary Ann, April 29. Blood expels poisons from the body and M. B. Tucker, of McCoy, was in town cures blood poison In its worst form. Wednesday. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Mrs. Clarence Beauchamp was here shopping one day las,t week. wel-comFoster-Mil-bu- Have you a lame back, aching day and night? Do you feel sharp pains after stooping? Are the kidneys sore? Is the action irregular? Use Doan's Kidney Pills the medicine recommended by so many Cloverport people. Head this case: J C. Weat.ierholt, grocer, Cloverport, says: "The pain In my back was terrible and seemed as If someone had run a knife Into me. My knee joints were swollen and I lost weight. The kidney secretions contained sediment and the passages were painful. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Fisher's Drug Store, Soon cured me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that rn cured Mr. Weatherholt. BJ I K I' I Ei-t- ionweiiLSBrid IIII t wwwwvwvwwwwwww Splendid Farm For Sale ! I I iin"il'ii Hi Are You (F(eadytoPlay YourPart? power of a nation in time of need u the pro-- I ducmo nowpt of rirr inrlnlr!r America must find out what this producing power is and then develop it. The capacity of every plant must be gauged. The ability of every man must be known. For War is Mechanical. It is Electrical. It is Chemical. It is Mining. Manufacturing. Transportation. It is EVERY phase of Engineering fused into a single industry Thirty thousand Engineeri today are lerving YOUR COUNTRY without pay. They are making a turvey of YOUR COUNTRY'S Indui-In- al Reiourcei. They are helping YOUR COUNTRY to FIND ITSELF and Youl They are charting the channeU of commerce. Sounding each source of supply. So that, should the Day break when War mull come of a Wave o( YOUR ARMIES in the field will be but the as wide as the American Continent and as deep as the American Soul. That YOUR COUNTRY may know what the Engineers are doing, the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World have pledged their services to the President ol the United Stales. And this advertisement, published free by this paper, is part of a nation-wid- e scries to secure YOUR with the Engineers. -CAN I DOf" This is, doubtless, the question you are asking yourself. Here is the answer: If you aie a minufacturer fully with the Engineers so they can do their job quickly unJ rjfiarntly; if you are a working man help your employer to help the Engineers and lie prepared, if so needed, to be a Soldier in Industry, behind the firing line, which is just as important as being a tolJier on the firing line; if you are a business man or a professional man, or whoever you are, help mobilise "GOOD WILL" behind this patriotic task of the Engineers m behalf of National Defense and International Peace. ON INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE PREPAREDNESS OF THE NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD OF THE UNITED STATES I HE Q OH Acres on Hardinsburg and Cloverport Pike Q ZvO five miles from Hardinsburg, known as Q the Ralph Walker farm. X IMPROVEMENTS: Three Room Box House, Two Stock Barns, One X yt Tobacco jjjjg Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken House, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 acres in first growth timber. "THE NATION'S DEFENSE." For Price and Terms Call crt x Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. S ,niT Seed Corn from best Kar Corn we could find In Indiana last yar Abo Johnson Cottntv White und Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at $3 per bushel, five bushels at $1 "i per busht I. Also several fine Poland China Hoars anil g tioar I'Iks anil one registered vilt and lour nice I'lgs. ( W. J. OWEN & SONS, : : : Hardinsburg, Ky. The infant child of Mr. and Mrr. Steve Lucas died last Wednesday. Mrs. Jesse Galloway and daughter, Roscoe Hines, of Louisville, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Everett Mrs. Johnson, were the guests of Mr. After a week or more stay In Louisand Mrs. John Mattlngly Friday. Carman and Mr. Carman. ville under the care of Dr. White, an Miss Lilian Carman has purchased a Miss Ree Critcoloe closed a very suc- eye specialist, Chas. Kelt has returned home greatly improved. new piano. cessful school here Friday. The Rev. Robert Reeves, while here Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beatty, of near Miss Ella Kiper, who has been the Cloverport, spent Saturday and Sunday guest ot" her sister, Mrs. Oscar Mat- to fill his appointment last Sunday, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Fred tlngly, returned home Saturday. Davis and Mr. Davis. Rev. English will preach at the Bap Miss Annie Davis was the dinner tist church the second Saturday and La Grippe and Fever Cured. guest ot her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Blair, Sunday. Sunday. "Your MendenhalPs Chill & Fever Denver Robinson, Henry and Charlie Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beatty, Mr. and Tonic cured my husband of LaGrippe Noblett were in Hardinsburg Friday. ButMrs. J. W. Davis and Mrs. Wilbur and Fever after other remedies failed." ler and little daughter were dinner LULA 0. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis Sunguests Our Grandfathers day. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. drenched horses for colic. That was Mr. and Mrs. Emraett Horsley, of the old way which was uncertain and Garfield, spent the week end here the unsafe. Farris' Colic Remedy does BRANDENBURG. guests of her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Alf away with drenching is applied on Carman. the horse's tongue with a dropper George Hines, of Buras, was the which comes packed in each bottle. John Robinson, age l7, died at his guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blair Mon- Get it today. We Guarantee it. home in this city Sunday night. Ho day. Wedding's Drug Store. had been afflicted with asthma for was Mr. Robinson several years. Misses Nannie Elliott, Annie Davis born in Harrison county, Indiana. Ho and Virgil Carman, Bill Butler and Lon HILL ITEMS. was a member of the Uaptist church. Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis He is survived by his wife and one siswere the guests of Mrs. Wilbur Butler Sunday evening. Tomorrow may make clear to us what ter, Mrs. Njal McMonlgle. Funeral we long to know today, but just now we services were held Tuesday afternoon can only act upon the wisdom stored at his late residence, conducted by Have up from our yesterdays. We are not Uev. Hanks. Interment was in the Tablets "Chamberlain's responsible for the light of the day Anderson cemetery. Done Wonders for Me." which has not yet dawned. Forward. At the school election Saturday H. have been a sufferer from stomach "I Joe Simmons went to Louisville lust U. Atwill, Heury Alleo. AlansonMoor trouble for a number of years, and alman and Joe Woolfolk were elected though I have used a great number of Tuesday. remedies recommended for this comMrs. Virgil Ray and baby, alter a trustees of the Brandenburg Graded plaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the short visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. School. Albert Wallace has sold his barber first medicine that has given me posi- Lon Ray, have gone to Owensboro for tive and lasting relief," writes Mrs. a week's stay with her mother, Mrs. siop to James Ashcraft. Mr. Wallace left Sunday for Akron. O., where he Anna Kadln, Spencerport, N. Y. Sue Saunders. "Chamberlain's Tablets have dono Mrs. S. M. Tilford, who spent the has a position. wonders for mo and ! value them very winter with her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Mrs. Rose Dooloy and daughter, Miss highly." Obtainable everywhere. Leech, at Rosine, Is here, and will re Cornelia, spent several days In Louis main for the summer with Mrs. Willard ville Inst week. They were accompanied home by Miss' Mary Sullivan Arnold. McDANIELS. Len Wheatley, of Dukes, was In town Joe Hciman, of South Bund, Ind., Is Friday at the home of his brother, Sam the guest of his mother, Mrs. L. L. W. E. Ilenninger motored to town Wheatley. Richardson. last Wednesday. Mrs. Viola Jackson will go to Dam 43 C. K. Lightfoot, of Cloverport, has Miss Verda Galloway was the guest the latter part of the week with Robert recently been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dowdeu. of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daugherty. Mnttlngly, last week. Miss Kugcnia Klrtloy returned to Mrs. Tula Lamb, of Toblnsport, Is Ivan Spencer, of Roff, was in town here for a visit to'Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ha.lewocd Sanltoriiitn Sunday, when-shIs under treatment. Milburn. one day last week. Miss lane Hambleton, of Louisville, S. S. Richardson, of Pavnevllle, purDr. and Mrs. J. C. Tucker attended Ford Touring the services at New Salem church last arrived Saturday night for a week's chased a visit to relatives. Car from Mclntlre & Apnlegatt. , Sunday. David Allen was reported to be no L. H. Powell left Monday for Frark-for- t, Several from here attended court last Monday. where he will represent tilt- loca better at the time of this writing. IUs , The farmers are busy hauling ferti- ulster, Elizabeth, is very much im- order of Kedinen at the State ''onvi-tlon. Meade County Messenger. lizer and getting1 ready for com plant-in- proved. Enlow Smith, who has been sick for so long, does not seem to improve. b Misses Fannie Lewis and Fronla Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. For burn, were the guests of Miss Lewis' Hetty Merle and Henry Faith have Thomas' Helvetic 'Oil. bister, Mrs. Mart Glusscock, Thursday. returned from a lengthy visit to rela- scalds, cuts and emergencies, All druggists sell it. '.'5c and SOe. Miss Verda Galloway was the guest tives in Owensboro. e o c. Jar-bo- LOCUST HILL Socitty ol GvJ Enptnr? u TKt Amcticao Sec ly of Mwrunical Engiiwrn iQibtuteot Mining 1 K Airtf rtcan Involute ol Knginrn The American Chenucal Society Lnameennt Societies HuiUlnj 21 Weit 39th Street. New Yo-I he America 11k AiuetKCfi m ith I The Nation's Leader. Woodrow WiNon has been the na lion's leader in tilt-- most trying three years of its history. He has been the spokesman for hu inanity throughout the world at a time of international upheaval. How great has been the restraint upon the emnattled nations, because of the knowledge of the force behind the American President, probably never can be accurately estimated. It is cer tain, however, that had it not been for the moral leadership of Woodrow Wil son, there would have been no restraint at all upon the belltgerauls. Under the leadership of President Wilson, tile United States has give;n evidence of reserve power which has made all European nations, after each new move, await the verdict of America There has been no egotism, no noise and bluster, no attacks upon honest business men for the White House in the past three years. Time has been no jutiketing or excessive speeclunuk- ing. President Wilson has handled the r which destiny bestowed upon the United Statts tit the present crucial period with faithfulness, discretion and the reserve strength that symbolizes the nation's greatness. Is it any wonder that stalwart Re publican newspapers, us well as those of Independent or Democratic faith, have paid Woodrow Wilson the tribute of ranking him with Lincoln as one of the greatest Presidents? Paris News. world-powe- June Woman's Home Companion The Bride s Number An Unusally Attractive Number Containing Many Short Stories That Deal with Brides. Special Articles: "The Lover and His Lass" "Mother Joins the Firm" & j TO "The Woman Motorist" "Better Babies" Fashions Discussed by Grace M. Gould. A Section for Young Readers ; j 1? p WW? fi$mWAmftfe& rim fi& ft The DELINEATOR For June 1916 Important Features: "Where It Touches The Ground" "What Are Good Manners?" . For auy itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chau, pimples, etc., try .10c Doan's Ointment. at all drug stares. LODMURG. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parks visited Mr. anil Mrs. Wallace Park., of Frymire, Sunday, C. P. Payne was in Louisville last wenk buying new goods. A. M Hardin and W. N. Head attended eotnt last Friday und Satin day. That was a misuke in the Lodiburg ijenti. lust week wb an Will Payne buying Mis. Cx' h'ir.r. It w is Will Head win. M "The Goddess of Reason" ill. nl , 1C , III.- - piirrlMr-e- . ', J '!. ml M u it A ih ir VUr aud daugh-- t null, m it. d Mr. n ml Mrs. n. "Marked for the Unexpected" "Don't You Want to be Thinner?" "Inspirations for Summer Costumes?" M null . I . I it 'l" It"-- . Tterw Limiih b vu l U euii-- i t; "Vi r rn .ib" rx itanieut ' uti'-rin. In vend dons vWtlnn Ilisuth, has a. fr"B W:i 'i'h Mis. J i kit'" I ' ntw- - rWtlv n- tn, ' li !! ml THE BRECKENR1DGE JOHN O. BABHAGn, NEWS The Witor and Publisher Local Newspaper-Wh- at Would Its Town Do Without It? ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charted for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charted for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the lahel on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. MAKING A WILL. Recently u poor woman made ii will just tho snmo ns if sho had been worth u million. Kvcrv crsoti!il nsct she ios.csccl, including inr the bed linen unci family Hiblc, sho willed to her children with her loving hand nnd impartial heart. And after tdic had passed nway there was no contention about the division of hf r belongings each child wa- - willed according to the dictates of the mother's heart, the gifts they needed the most. Makinj a will is assuredly not ns important as making the spiritual preparations for death, but it established an understanding for those who arc left, that is well worth the time and thought it demands. Yet, wo think, the greatest hcrtiagc that can be left a child, is a spirit that is willing to be satis tied with its allotment a heart that unselfishly grants another his rights. If p irents could leave their children theso gifts along with money, and lands, and homes, then there would ho no broken wills, and the hist wishes of our loved ones would bo granted foievcr. COMMENCEMENT WEEK. Commencement week is being observed in this city .and also at Hardinsburg. The citizens of Clovcrport always look forward with pleaMire to this, the last week of school, one in which they know will For nine months the teachers and bo some pleasant entertaining. worked together and arc now rejoiced that pupils have diligently their work is over for a while when they can get a much needed rest. A creditable program has been arranged by the students and largo crowds are expected to attend the exercises. The High School Annual was printed at this office recently. The students had quick success in getting ads. to meet the expense of the book. TO GO TO MISSOURI. of Hardinsburg; Walter Calmer, of Ottawa, C. V. Robert.-o111., and Chas. Green, of Centralia, Mo., have been selected to judge the Commencement Horse Show to be held under the auspices of the Universitv of Missouri, at Columbia, Mo., on the evening of May 29 and :50. The show has for its motto, "To Bring the Best Horses in thn Smtn the Eves of the Peon e. ' A battle roval ot courc We commend Mr. Robertson to our sister State as a is expected. competent judge, a thorough and courteous gentleman, a man who is Each exhibitor coiiraircous. fearless and impartial in his decisions. will lie impiessed with the fact that no horse will he judged above the "pig skin." n, e (Prom Team Work.) country editor is more than The an editor he It the whole town's Best Friend. A little baby Rlrl is born. The friendly editor prints a pleasant notice about her arrival on earth. She crows up nnd goes to High School. The ercat day of her youui: life comes Graduation Day. The same friendly editor causes her to blush with pleasure when he of her Valedicprints a stick-fuShe puts that little tory essay. clipping away In the family IJIble "for keeps," and then some. Then comes the greatest day The same her wedding day. friendly scribe Is there cettinc pretty bald by this time, or maybe lie remembers "silver Bray." little girl with n that frown-uAgain that "swell" write-up- . clipping goes Into the family Bible. John Smith's boy, 1)111, goes to and yets a $10 a week St. job. The friendly editor pleases the wlio'le Smith connection by duly heralding the fact that Hill has "accepted a position," and wishes him luck. We could go on ll p perennial hay grasses have been found, and where farmers have to depend largely upon millets, sorghums and cow-pefor roughness. Sell off nil Inferior pigs and hogs by way of tho butcher ns soon as they are fit. Get them In fit shape for the mar ket ns fast ns It Is possible. I'igs running on grass need no such bulky feed as brnn. Five parts mid dlings nnd one part tankage Is n proper supplement. It will never pay to dose n fowl In good health to keep it healthy. It is impossible to make a healthy fowl more healthy. Pullets that have just commenced egg production require lots of food. Fruit thinning pays In money returns the first year. The earlier the thlnlng can be done the better will be the ri- sults. Farmers Home Journal. as moiey does iot fear adversity nor poverty. we The nvexn wfih Democratic Convention. lly authority vested In me, ns Chair man of the Ilreckcnridgc County Dem ocratic Executive Committee, and pursuant to a call of the State Executive Committee under date of April 14, 191 6, I hereby call n Mass Convention of the Democrats of Ilreckcnrtdge county, Ky , to meet in Ilnrdmsburg at the Court House at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p in , Saturday, May 20, 1916, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic State Convention to be held in Lexington, Ky., on Wednesday, May 24, 1916, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic National Convention to be held in St. Louis, Mo., June 14, 1916, and for the purpose of effecting the party Indefinitely. Turning from sentiment to business, think of what a great booster the country editor Is for his town and county. lie Is alwajs on that job. He never stops working for the good of the business men, the farmers, the churches, the schools for every effort that will build up his town and county. You, Mr. Country Merchant, are lo you giving your he decal editor the serves? He Is trying to keep the trade of all the folks right In your town. You are a leader. Work with him lor the good of the whole hard-worki- Poverty In OLD AGE slowly but surely approaches every man who spends all he earns and drifts Into merciless DEBT. While you have EARNING POWER open a bank account. Your bank book will be a guiding light which will steer you away from a life failure. You only need to OPEN a bank account; piling up money will then be easy. Try it. Put YOUR money Safe Deposit Boxes For In OUR bank Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 One Dollar Per Year. All known Democrats and all minors who will be legal voters at the November, 1916, election are declared eligible to participate in this mass convention. Witness my hand this i5th day of Vic Pile. May, 1916. Chairman Ilreckenridge County Demo cratic Executive Committee. . THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. community! Give him better support and he Take will get out a better paper. his advertising advice and he will make your advertising IJetter Farming as a Business. The principles which underlie profi table farming are r.ot unlike those which underlie the profitable conduct of any other business. The difference Is merely n the application. The only funda mental principle underlying all success ful business undertakings is that the cost must be less than the selling price. In thu operation of this pilnciple agri culture is no exception. Farming, however, Is such a complex business, and the different enterprises making up the farm unit are yo intricately related that h impossible to deIt is often termine the true cost or the true selling price of a farm product. However, the relation of any factor in farming to the profits of the farm as a whole, by the study of a large group of farms, can be fairly accurately determined. This relation of the Individual enterprise to the profits of the whole Is perhaps the best guide to successful farming and to an understanding of the principles upon which good farm organization is based "Some outstanding factors in profitable farming," by J. S. Cate3. well-nig- SB BUILDING MATERIAL Write us for our Price on Any- thing in this Line and we will give your inquiry prompt atten- tion. FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, ?j s ( St 3S HARNED. was here last week. Crume, Frank Compton and automobiles Percy Tucker purchased lust week. Miss I.ucile Illack is the guest of her (grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Illack .Miss Anna Pile and sister are the guest of Miss May I'ile. Rev. Reuben Leslie filled Rev. R. L. Kra Tucker M. J. ?5j 5 gj Manager Incorporated MILL COMPANY M 'M FORDSVILLE, KY. appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. X. J. Day and grandson, went to The Iircckenridgo News is proud of its splendid corps of correspondents. A large number of the towns in the county have been Louisville Saturday. represented in our news columns every week. It would lie hard to Dr. J. A. Samlbach and family and find more lifted or enterprising correspondents than some of them Joe lllair, of Garfield, were here Sunday the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave l'otts. are. They have written well of the happenings about lliein of the Hob Mttigus is here visiting relatives. success of their town and citizens. We are anxious that our column-eac- h Mr. and Mrs. lieu Miller and family week will contain many paragraphs from all over the county, as spent Sunday with Mrs. Knnna Shrews many hundreds of people outside of lireckenridgo county read the bury. Motorists are linding California's lino unusually strong during The famous good roads, the length and breadth of the state Johnson's regular appointment here Sunday. have proved n paradise for the motorist, and the additional rewards James Pate, of Peoria, 111., and Miss Exand attractions provided by the Panama California International Nancy Ilruington, of this place, were position are influencing hundreds of Spring travelers. As a part of in Louisville Wednesday. After a short the Exposition's motor demonstration field where daily tests and stay thtre they will return to Peoria, 111., special events are to be inaugurated May 20. a bronze button is be- where they will make their home. The Children's Day services were ing given every automobile driver who travels more than 500 miles 1015. to the Exposition. A Till'any silver medal has been offered to every quite a success. The program was well rendered and was appreciated by a large transcontinental motoiNt by "Motor,'' the New York magazine. To crowd Patent Granted. obtain the Tiffany medal, it is necessary for the driver to cheek out W. H. Greenwell has been granted a at New York city and in at the Exposition. One Exposition entrance patent on a cleaning attachment for McQUADY. rakes. Mr. Greenwell has been work- is open to automobile drivers at. a nominal admission, and free parkng on this Invention for some time, and ing space is provided on the grounds. Rev. Russell Walker filled his regular s well pleased with the results. 1010. It is ns easy for you to please every body as it is for everybody to please you. TRY A WANT AD TODAY We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth Money To You in each 24 and 48-ISacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit- sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. b. M g f m g LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. More Work, More Corn. Every farmer knows by now that the war now going on lu Europe and Mexico has raised the price of food stuff and no uiticle plays a greater part than corn. So it behooves each nnu every irmer to raise more corn. It is not necessary to plow more land to do this, but it is necessary to put more work upon the land and upon the crop. The s soil should be first put In hap? nnd all manure used that is to be had, and then hallow cultivation and lots of it. The corn crop in Kentucky s never more than half worked, hence our low average per acre as compared with some other States. Work your crop well this year if you never did before. Owenton Democrat. first-clas1 I paper. There is to be hold next Saturday a Democratic Convention. All Democrats are invited to select a list of good, clean, sober Democrats to go to Lexington and represent, tho Democrats of this county in the State Convention. It is the duty and business of every good Democrat to go to the convention at Hardinsburg and see that the best men in the party are sent to Lexington. Don't let a few politician-hav- e tho say in this important matter. ay Owen Hates was the pleasant guest of Miss Plioeba Frank Sunday. I am an old member of Corinth Baptist church. As I read so many pieces about other churches and the work they are doing, and never see anything about Corinth church. It makes me feel that our light isn't shining as God would have it. We have lots of strong members, so we must wake up to God's service and be a shining light. Who is our looking after the work of light? Jesus in our hearts. lie is with President Hudson was here building the new shops and you bet ho is on to his job. He knows it us if our hearts are right. So let us do from the bottom to tho top and the other fellows know that he knows it. all we can for him, reading his word, believing his word, doing his will, speakThe total product of the farms of the So this means that harmony, good will and good work follow. ing the truty always. We have a fine United States has amounted to more pastor ami he gives good instruction. than that of nil the gold mines in the world during the last six centuries. Dr. McDonald and II. L. Stador are doing some good road work We should all help him. R REDUCED A ATEO Fares From Cloverport are as Follows: be Sold June 3rd Only. May Account of the Races at Louisville The ten dollar level was reached nt the ,ouisville hog pens Monday when Clover makes fine pasture for pigs, Wool selling at 40 cents a pound, cattle at 10 cents u pound and but experiments with both show that prices were put up 15c per liumlml lambs at 10 cents a pound. .lust think of such good prices under a alfalfa furnishes more food value tor a throughout the list. Choice corn fed logs, 165 pounds and up, 10; 120 to Calamity howlers should taku a back longer time. Alfalfa is a strong bone 165 pounds, $9 5O; pigs, $7,70 to 8.4.-- ; Democratic administration. ami muscle building food. Kupe is also seat. a good forage crop, and can be sown roughs, 9 down. A light run was lo.ided in at the cattle Life will a'ways le to a large extent what wo make it. Each almost any time, the earlier the better cus, 937 head lieiug received llie of course. mind niukiw its own lit In world. Tho cheerful mind makes it pleasest handy weight butchers sold at loc No farm it. fixed out for business just to iTie advance. Cauner ami cutter de- ant and tlit) discontented mind makes it miserable. as it ought to be unless It has a goou maud also was strong. brick or stone smokehouse. Thu board If you mo for 'Ameiiea Kir-t- " vou're also for Woodrow Wilson. ones we so often see out back of the Calf receipts numbered 519 head; best veals bringing house are not very attractive. Homo grown slmwiMiiTie-- . iiiuti- their appearance in this market. Sedan grass has been attracting a The Eskimos are very keen domino Ttmsduy. great (leal of uttentlon during the past players, and sometimes bet heavily, few years, especially In those sections even putting up their wives and losing Thu gland jury ruturned 5'.' iiidictiuunto and adjourned Saturday. of the United States for which no good them. Glad to seo tho young men with their new iron good road drag. More ought takuiL' such an active part in tho good road movement. to join them. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS. Louisville Stock Market. y The Round-Tri- p $2.60 Tickets to $3.25 Tickets to be Sold 20, 27, 30 8l9c and June 10th :3rriekctN nill In limited to yrd day foll(vinr duto of sale. iwmn i " lima 15he Breckenridge News 17, 1910 t, WEDNESDAY, MAY. Entered at the I'ostOnHceAtOlo-cruoras socond clam matter, Kjf Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. (Soretillo, Eliznbetlitown, nre the guests of Mr. Welcome to evtrbi.dy. and Mm. Proctor Keiili. Prof. John Montgomery and Mrs GENCRAL, OFFICES The Wednesday Club will be enter-ti'ne- Montgomery leive today for Danville NEW YORK AND CHICAGO this ntternoon at the home of to spend the summer with relative. .JWANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Prof. Montgomery will be principal ol Miss M.uiuirti Sklllmnn. Miss Maggie Ryan, of McD.tniels, thu High Sjlnml again next term, FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS RTE1 was the gue&t of Mrs. Simon He.ivln Cannelton li.qulrer. and Mrs. N. Quigglns Sunday. 5 2. GO For Precinct ami city Offices GARFIELD. The Baptist Woman's Mlstionary SoI 5.00 For County Offices ciety was entertained Monday after For State and District Offices.. ..f 16.00 10 noon by Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Mrs, Hawkins Smith is very ill. For Calls, per line Miss Eva May was in Louisville Fri10 EVir ranis, tier line .. Jim Pate, of Decatur, III , mid Miss day and the concert given by Nancy llruingtoti surprised their friends For All Publications In tbe Interthe Damroch New York Symphony Co. by getting married in I.ouisvil.c est of Individuals or expression the loth. Id Misses Susie Huffey and Laura Beav-i- n They nrc here visiting their parents. nf Individual views tier line MImi He.-sy- THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN " ADVERTISING DY THE tertalned Thursday nt the home of Mrs, Jas. T. Sklllmnn. Mrs. Sallle Dellaven, of Holt, spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. Wlckllffe Delluven. Miss llerth.t Trumbn, of Hawesvllle, spent the week end here the guest of e Denver, Col,, was the guest Wednesday night of his coin-InJ. H Payne. J. H. Payne, who has b en very poorly for some time with heart and kidney complications, is gradually 1m proving. The Auxiliary meets next time with . Mrs, Cletus Strnwburiles, nul of how to prepare them will be dlscuset. , THE TOWN SLOUGH By t'LLIS M. CLARKE. Gifts For A 'J-- w Sweet Gir fa & Graduates jSi a? -; ;- i: Class '16, C. H. Collars, S. a ........ Fans, Purses, Parasols, Handkerchiefs. Long White Silk Gloves, Silk Hose, Ladies Colored and Fancy Cy Cawkins Didn't "Dust" In Business. Ho Just Kinder Couldn't Pay. attt-cde- ;: M DO Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. Effective September No. 142 19, 1915. I. 0:10 A Arriving Irvlwrton .... .... .10:16 A, M, Louisville....... .12:10 V Arrlvlni . 4:52 No. 144 will lcavo Clovcrport 5!4S 1' Arriving IrvlnRtpn. ........ 7:J0 1', Arriving Louisville .:07 A, No. 148 will leavo Clovcrcort 5:51 A. M, IrvlDRton,.. EAST HOUND will Imvp Clovcrport-..- .. Arrlvlnn WEST BOUND will leavo Cloverport No. ..12:04 r Arriving Owensboro U:58 V. M, Arriving Henderson 1:23 I ...... Arriving Evansvlllo .... 7:40 1 JH Arriving St. Louis 7:09 P. M No. 143 will leave Clovcrport M ,. 7:301. M Arriving Ilawcsvllle 8:18 P. ... Arriving Owtnsboro F.M .ll:5l A.M No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro ......... ...12:5S A.M 1:48 Arriving Henderson.. ... 2:15 A. M ... Arriving Kvarisvlllo-.- .. ... 7:40 A.M Arriving St. Louis .... 6:30 A. M No. 147 will leave Clovcrport .....7:46 A. M, ArrlvlngOwensboro 9:00 A.M - ... Arriving Henderson141 . spent Sunday In Stephensport the Mrs John Alexander, who has been guests of Mr. nud Mrs. Scott Mattingly. quite sick, is improving Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage and daughter. Farmers are very busy planting corn Miss Mildred, are the guests of Mrs. A great deal of corn ground is yet uu Wm. G. Polk and Mr. Polk, of Louisbroken. ville. Mr. and Mrs II 11 Moorman nud Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bandy and son, baby, Louise, were guests of Mr. and Morris, of Webster, came down Satur Mrs. Tom Gregory Sunday. day to be the guests of Mr. and-M- rs. The Missionary Society of the Cum Thos. McGavock. berlnud Presbyterian church met with I will no anv where in this end of the Mrs. D. H. Smith on last Wednesday. county to write or take acknowledge The County Sunday School Convenment to a deed or mortgage. V. u. tion will meet here June 16 and 17. Ev Babbage, Attorney. ery one is invited to attend There will be dinner on the ground the 17th. CHURCH WEDDING. Of Miss Virginia Ireland Alc- - i2: JBt JJJ, Beauty Pins, String Heads, Books, Box c . "Here. "Correct." said th' collector; "Just er that It's dun," Take this bill to Tcrklns. him long enouKli It's run." Tell consid- W Baskets, jej s stationery with and without Initials, Sweet Grass v. Penants. o Even th' seasons have their little UfTs. There's always n coolness between autumn an' spring. I Commencement Exercises Thuhght,l i; Si v 'r.j t? -- vs- ns--rt w nr a. ;s?S35'--23?-5-'s- rv t s . S cz j-:- -- 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO.iH CLOVERPORT, KY. I j !j 11 Uavock and Mr. R. Perry Davison Wednesday After. noon. One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Miss Virginia McGavock to Mr. R. Perry Davis, which occured on Wednesday, May 10. The cereroony was performed at the in Cloverport, Methodist church by the Rev. Paul S. About People who Live Powell. The church was beautifully Those who Travel and Those who decorated for the occasion in quanti"AyX Live in Other Towns and Cities. ties of ferns and snowballs. Miss Leonora McGavock was her Church and Society Notes f sister's maid of honor and Miss Elizabeth Skillman, of Morgantleld, was the bridesmaid. Mr. Warren Davis, Kev. . H. Lennon preached a Shilo brother of the groom, was best man last Sunday. and Mr. Harold Brown, of Warsaw, Messrs. Andrew Mrs. John Weisenberg vibited in was groomsman. Ashby and Vivian Pierce were the Rockport Sunday. Mrs. Sallie Moorman, of Louisville, is ushers. The wedding party walked down the vlsitlns friends here. two isles to the altar as follows: Miss Mrs O. B. Mattingly is the guest of Elizabeth Y. Skillman and Mr. Harold relatives in Owensboro. Brown, Miss Leonora McGavock and Wra. Jolly, of Simple, is the Mrs. the bride, Mr. Warren Davis and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jolly. groom. Mrs. Annie Huff, of Owensboro, is The wedding march was played by visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Sahlie. Miss Mildred Babbage, and all during Mrs. John G. Mattingly, of Payne-vill- the ceremony soft music was rendered. Before the bridal party entered Misses is visiting relatives in Tell City. Mrs. Mary Sipple, of Louisville, is Susette Sawyer and Jeanette Burn the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sip-pi- sang a duett appropriate of the oc d PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS We sympathize with Mr and Mrs. II Head, of Irvington, in the loss of their beautiful home by fire last Wednesday. Dr. Sandbach nud family and Mrs Ella Mattingly motored to McQuady Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs J. W. Potts. Dr. R. W Meador was called twice last week to see Mrs. D. II Smith, who is very ill. Aram Dowell and wife spent Sunday with Chas. Dowell and mother-in-laMrs. Lucy Haynes. Horn, to the wife of Ed Triplett, May '3, n girl Mary Helen. Junius Dowell was a guest at Uiuphrcy Marshall's Sunday. Several from here attended lodge in Hardinsburg Saturday night. Garage building and good roads are the talk of the town. Misses Myrtle Priest and Lottie Whit- worth have returned from a visit to Shepberdsville. Mrs. Lyons, of Custer, had ns her guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Ova Gray and chilII. NliTE Advertisers i1cnt nntlfv thn rdltnr wtien you want advcruscrouni discontinued. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Pair of Mules. I'alr of match ponls. Rood and match In slzu mid color. Klttlinrd McAteo, Stvpliensixirt, Ky. FOll SALE For Sale FOIt SW.R An extra enod to .Mrs. Cli.is. Ilolilvr. For Sale Milch Cow. Mllcli Cow. Cow. -. mllcli eows three FOl! AM.K ml.Ii'rsi'y dny. I Jr. v. plv,- Walker, a A. IlardlnsliiirK. ICy. For Sale Larjc and Small Farms A n mn hi1 r nf lurgo mid partli-u-lars small I'nr farms: .'0 to WH) nert-write Win. AclklMin. Iliirdlnslmri;. Ky., or James I). Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. HALE p(llt Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Economy in low first cost and small cost to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain, sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for anyone to run and care for. The Ford car your necessity. Runabout $390; Touring Car $440; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit. For sale bv i jl dren. e, e. Mrs. J. S. Keller, of Rocltport, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ahl. B. Y. P. U. services will be con ducted Sunday evening by Jliss Claudia Pate. Dr. J. E. Matthews and Mrs. Matthews, of Harued, went to Louisville Monday. Frank Weatherholt left Monday night for Salt Lake City, Utah, to spend several weeks. Misses Shellie and Hanna Laslle, of Sample, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Laslie. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer left Monday for Louisville to be ubsent for several days, Miss Marian G. Wilson is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mike Flood, at Stephensport. Francis Dillon, of Hardinsburg, the High School play given Monday night. N. H. Collins, field secretary of the Louisville Couservatory of Music, was here Thursday. Epworth League services will be led A lazv liver leads to chronic dvsnen- Sunday evening by Donald Gregory sin and constipation weakens the and Harry Berry. whole system. Doan's Kegulets The Ladies' Reading Club will be en- - per box) acts mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. casion. The bride was beautiful in a gawn of white chiffon and crepe dechlne. She wore a large white hat and carried bride's roses, lilies of the valley and smllax. The costume of the maid of honor was of pink silk and tulle with hat to correcpond. Her bouquet was of pink sweet peas. The bridesmaid was dressed In white net and silk and wore a large white hat. She carried white sweet peas. Immediately after the wedding an In formal reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Davis left on the five o'clock train for a short wedding trip. Tney will make their home atGlencoe. The out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Sam Davis, Warren Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Brown, Misses Nannie Brown, Christine North, Jennie Hance, of Warsaw, Ky., Mrs. D. C. Williams, Miss Ara Williams and Mrs. B. H. Ireland, of Hvansvllle, Ind , Miss Lille Anderson and Miss Elizabeth Skill-maof Moiganfield, Mrs. Z. T. Hardin and Miss Lucile Hardin, of Holt. Miss Kffie Coleman was on the sick list Jast week. Telephone 56-- J Cloverport, Ky. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Mildred Smith, spent the week end at home. Dr. Sandbach lias purchased the property owned by Dr R W Meador. AttorneyatLaw Miss Ollie Mnrr lias returned to her Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. home after a two mouths visit with lier Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and sister, Mrs Retus Lyon, in Louisville. ncKnowIedged, Mrs. Virgil Smith, Miss Pearl Ilelle Cloverport, Kentucky Mattingly and Mrs. Smith's Sunday-Schoo- l class spent Saturday at J. W. Marr's pond fishing. All had a delightDR. B. ful time, and each one brought back a Specialist on RHEUMATISM breakfast of fish. Lunch was served in and INDIGESTION the grove by the pond. By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Paul Cotuptou and family spent Sun Louisvilce, Ky. 462 5th St. Olfico Hours: 6 to 0 a. m, 12 to 2 and C lo 9 p. m day witli Jesse Macy and daughters. Dentist H. L. STADER, Agent Telephone No. 6 V. G. BABBAGE Cloverport, Kentucky lrrT"" - " nil Tjm n T. RAFFERTY WE ARE NOW READY 0s Willi Our flew Shop lo Receive and Contract Prisoner Escapes. Garfield, Ky , May 15. There was quite an excitement here Sunday morning when it was reported that Dustin Styles, a prisoner from the penitentiary, had escaped just before the train stopped He made his escape from the here. closet window in the smoker Mr. Huge Snake Caught. FOR ALL CLASSES OF H AC MINE OUR WORK Irvington A huge snake known as the rattlesnake pilot was 011 exhibition in the show window nt the Irvington Hardware The and Implimeiit Co. Wednesday. snake was captured by Rice Heard, of Custer, and was given to O. A. Dowell, Vaughn, of Custer, came with his blood- mail carrier. The snake measured 6) K. hound and started at once on his trail, feet. It was kiljed by chloroform. but before he had searched long a mes- II Shcllmaii lias it in his possession and sage came that the prisoner had been will have it stuffed. captured by a Hardinsburg man. Every track that had been made for the past Body of E. F. Vest week was supposed by some to have been that of the prisoner. NEW BUILDING work". is tlumiiiirlily equipped with now xpeeiu! machinery for quick and serviceable OUR is GENERAL REPAIR SHOP V, ready for all kinds of repair work Automobile, Gas and Steam Hnyiues, Tank Work, Farm Mauhinerv of all kinds. Work. Hoats and General Gas-olin- 0. Hlaek-rinit- .0 Arrives From California. OUR F0URDRY DEPARTMENT Good Teeth Important Not only to the patient's com- T0B1NSPORT Orvil Leaf went to Oakland City Monday to attend college three months. Ctus. Furquher, of Cannelton was Miss Mury Earl's guest Sunday. Miss Elsae Mau Allen went to Evans- ville Sunday, In answer to a call from Woodmere Asylum. Misses Mabel Polk and Florence Weatherholt entertained company from Cloverport SunUay. Fred Hawkins sold his timothy hay to Hugh Weatherholt for the Cudick Milling Company, Grandview. A large number of friends and relatives of Dr. Simons attended his funeral in Cloverport Monday afternoon.John Payne, a retired contractor, ot - fort of mind, but often to advance- ment socially or commercially, and sometimes even to the mere matter of securing employment and earning a living. For Special Care Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, Olllca Kentucky. & over Bank ol Hardiniburg Trust Co. The body of Mr. Eugene P. Vest, of Los Angeles. California, who died Paper Factories Will during the month of March, will arrive Drop Analine Dyes. here Wednesday afternoon on the five wi All Pacific coast paper factories have o'clock trnlu. The Masonic order begun the gradual elimination of ana-lin- e be at the train and will accompany his body to the Cloverport cemetery and dje from their print-papmaking process, according to announcement perform the burial services. made at the offices of several paper Bandy-Thornhil- l. companies lu Portlanil.Oregou. Already use of analine pioducts has been re Hubert Handy, of this county, and the duceil 5O per cent, and gradually it will Miss Tlioruhill, of Meade county, were be dropped, it is said, owing to the married last Thursday at the bride's great increase in the cost 0 products home. since the war began. The ultimate reWool Pool Sold. sult of thu elimination ot analine from print-papmaking process, will be to Irvington, May 15 (Special.) Alex turn o t newspaper stock the natural nnder and Wilson, of this city, bought color of the pulp. the wool pooled here and paid .o cents a pound for wool clear of burs and tags. Another Fire at West Point. Sicks furnished. Delivery Saturday, Mny 20. C. II. Drury. Mi. 13 West Point, IC. Fire of two unknown oiigi.i Good Price For Cattle. barns, two cltis, yi)0 hiisht'ls of com, A. T Heard sold a load of cattle hi five tons of hav a il valuable farming Impllmeiils, ,i ituto hi &t 0H(; u Louisville Monday at prices around ten i thoroughbml Iitou dr It Iiuott cents valued al $1 ('00; a ill pir old unit hips Old Copper. of the same stock, itnil h If tv hrlfvr I. I) AddiMiu shipped last week on the faun of W II Uilrhlo. h 300 stock brti-drrout-- mile E 1 f Wont worth uf old copper and.says he had us Point, I In lwil littltt Iiimii.i co. iimeh'iiior utoluu from him 1 er IV-r, can do all kinds of Castiri;, either from vour pattern or we can make you a pattern from yum drawings or bluo prints, and at prices far less than in the larger cities. 0 0 V CLOVERPORT jf BOAT & MANUFACTURING 1 CO. KY. 8 O Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 0. CLOVERPORT, awrMffiTnrriim'nirrirrinTiTrnTirjiKirrtmii Portable Green Houses.Hot-besash and d 1 Silos ) ALFRED T wWK E f it. mm, N -- hwk CYPRESS CREEN-1I0US- AND TANKS MATERIAL mill work My I) LOUISVILLE1! LUMBER H 'Send for Catalogue. Live Local Aucnt Wanted." Our "Want Ads." do the Work THE PRINCE OF GRAU STARK j By GEORGE BARR M'CUTCHEON Author ol (jrautark." Graustark," Etc Bocrly of Copyright, Ml. by Dodd. Mead and Compart) 9 rtwtmwtvumi CHAPTER XV. Three Messages. Robin approached the RIM a tall young man emerged from tho entrance, stared at him for an Instant and then swung oft at a rapid pace in the direction of the Rue do la Palx. He was the good looking young fellow who had met her at the steam.hip landing, and It waa quite obvious that he had been making Investigations on his own account. Robin permitted himself a sly grin as he sauntered Into the hotel. He had given that fellow something to worry about. If he had accomplished nothing else. Then he found himself wondering if by any chance it could be the Scovillc fellow. That would be a facer! Ho found Qulnnox and Dank awaiting him in the lobby. They were visibly excited. "Did you observe tho fellow who Just went out?" Inquired Robin, assuming a most casual manner. "Yes," said both men In unison. "I think we've got some Interesting news concerning that very chap," added tho count, glancing around uneasily. "Perhaps I may be able to anticipate it, count," ventured Robin. "I've an Idea he Is young Scovllle, the chap who Is supposed to bo in love with Miss Dllthcrs and vice versa," ho concluded, with a chuckle. "What have you heard?" demanded tho count In astonishment. "Let's sit down," said Robin, at onco convinced that ho had stumbled upon an unwelcome truth. Qulnnox gravely extracted two or threo hits of paper from his pocket and spread them out In order before his sovereign. "Read this one first," said he grimly. It was a cablegram from their financial agents in New York city, and It said: Mr. U. maklns a hurried trip to Paris Just learntd Scovlllo preceded Miss D. to Europe by fast Btearncr and has been Been with her In Paris. I!, fears an elopement. Make sure papers are signed at once, as such contingency might cause II. to change his mind and withdraw If possible. AS shrewd campaign to get tho better o! the recalcitrant Maud and the incomprehensible Robin when he was thrown Into a panic by tho discovery that young Chandler Scovlllo had sailed for Europe two days ahead of Maud and her elderly companion. Newspaper reporters In New Yorl: camped on the trail of Mr. Dllthcrs. He very obligingly admitted that there was something In the report that his daughter was to marry tho Prince of Graustark, although ho couldn't say anything deflnlto at the time. It wouldn't ho fair to the parties concerned, ho explained. Then rame the disgusting denials In Parl3 by his daughter and the ungrateful This was too much. Ho prince. muldn't understand such unflllnl behaviour on the part of one. and hr :ertalnly couldn't forgive tho Ingratitude of the other. Instead of waiting until Saturdny to tail, he changed ships and left New York on Friday, thereby gaining nothing by tho move except relief from the newspapers, for It appears that ho gave up a five day boat for one that could not do It under six. "There will be something doing in Europe the day I land there, Lou." he said to his wife as they stood on deck and watched the statue of Lib-- . erty glide swiftly back toward Man- ,rnt oit tho ,oo strings working smoothly. We've o ' -r Have Just hnd n glimpse of Prince Charming. He Is very Rood looking, Lovo to mother M.VD. Ho had barely settled Into a state of completo satisfaction with himself over tho successful Inauguration of n bock to his ouoyani bovhood days for an adequate expression. "What a wonder you arc, Lou! Say, but won't It mako a wonderful homo for you and mc to spend n peaceful old ago In when we get ready to lay nsldo tho" Ho stopped short, for alio had arisen and was standing over him with u quivering forefinger leveled at his noite. "You may walk In where angels fear to tread, but you will walk alone. Will Dllthcrs. I shall not be with you, and you mny as well understand It now. I've told you a hundred tlmos that money Isn't everything, and It Is as cheap as dirt when you put It alongside of tradition, honor, pride and loyalty. Tho3o Graustarklans would take you by the nape of the neck and march you out of their castle so quick that your head would swim. You may be able lo buy their prince for Mr.udlo to ex hibit nrnllnd tlm rnnntrr. hilt nl tan't buv tho intelligence of the neo- pie. Tho people of Graustark must hnvij an opportunity to see and be come acquainted with Maud before the lTiarrlagc Is definitely arranged. I i . .. . 1" buGno .Asam -- ... . ,. . u have plenty of money for Immediate use, but you might deposit something to my credit nt tho Credit Lyonnnls, n I haven't the least Idea how long I shall day over here. Mlrnndi Is well and Is tnklns good care of me. Slio seldom lets me out of her sight If that is nny comfort to you. 1 hoi you will forglvo the brevity of this communication and believe mo when I say that It is not lack of love for you both that curtails Its length, but tho abomina bly hot weather. With endless lovo from cou,'r . eVer" Ca K ' 0ru.r t,cvotHl I flmnaf tchnrn It rnn't nppn Robin looked up. "I think this may account for tho two manhunters," said he. His companions stared. "You will hear all about them from Gourou. We were followed this afternoon." "Followed?" gasped Qulnnox. "Beautifully," said the prince, with his brightest smile. "Detectives, you know. It was ripping." "I had the feeling that evil would be tho result of this foolish trip today," groaned Qulnnox. "I should not have permitted you to" "Tho result is still In doubt," said Robin enigmatically. "And now, what comes next?" "Read this one. It is from Mr. limbers. I'll guarantee that you do not take this ono so complacently." Ho was right in his surmise. Robin ran his eye swiftly over tho cablegram and then started up 'from his chair with a muttered Imprecation. "Sh!" cautioned tho count and Just In time, for tho young man was on tho point of enlarging upon Ills original effort. "Calm yourself. Hobby, my lad." "You needn't caution me," murmured tho prince. "If I had tho tongue of n plrato I couldn't begin to do Justlco to this," and ho slapped his hand resoundingly upon tho crumpled message from William W. Blithers. Tho messago had been sent by Mr. Blithers that morning, evidently Just beforo tho sailing of the fast French steamer on which ho and his wife wcro crossing to Havre. It was directed to August Totten and read as follows: Tell our ouiir friend to qualify state-mito proiM at ouch. Announce of Insty denial unil admit engagement. TIiIh Is Imperative I am not I la yd whed In mood for trilling. Paris Is settled paperH tliat niKum-mui- t Iluvo also wired iIhukIiUt. The sooner we get together on this tho better Walt for my V. II. arrival In Paris. "There Is still another doleclablo communication for you, Uobln," said It was directed to R. the count. Schmidt, and I took tho liberty of opening It, us authorized. Road It!" This wan ono of tho ordinary "petltB bleu," dropped Into the pneumatic tubtt letter box at 2:30 that arternoon, shortly before Robin ventured forth on his Interesting expedition in quest of ten, and Its contents wuro very eruip and to tho point: Pay no attention to miy word uu du have iMteivwl from my futln r. id . ables a ridiculous oomtuund to uu, which t xlnth Ignore., if you hv a slrnlUr muwMtwt 1 llii.luiu you to ill ity rd It Let's give Mteh oii.tr .t lighting elwiiea MAl'D 1!UT1IICH8 Mr. nilthors received a niarcunl-grant ii I I ' j wind from tho Jupltor kcn die shli was three days out from Nov. Voj It was terse, but sulllclunt. It would be even worse to Inspire the temporary Imprisonment of the youth. But there was a splendid alterna-- I tlve. He could manage to have hl3 own daughter abducted chaperon In-- I eluded and held for ransom! The more ho thought of It the bet- ter It seemed to him, and so ho sent a cipher message that was destined to throw his Paris managers into a state of agitation that cannot possibly be measured by words. In brief, he Instructed them to engage a few peaceable, trustworthy and positively gentlemen ho was particularly exacting on tho scoro of gentility with orders to abduct tho young lady and hold her In restraint until he arrived and arranged for her liberation. They were to do tho deed without making any fuss about it, but at the same time they wero to do it effectually. Ho had tho foresight to suggest that tho Job should be undertaken by the very detective agency ho had employ-- 1 ed to shadow young Scovllle and also to keep an eye on Maud. Late that evening ho had a reply from his Paris managers. They ln- -i quired If he was responsible for the mcssago they had received. It was a ticklish Job, and they wanted to be suro the message was genuine. He wired back that he was the sender and to go ahead. The next morning they notified hlra that his Instruc- ' tlons would bo carried out as expedl-- ', tiously as possible. About 11 o'clock the next day an Incomprehensibly long message be- -j gan to rattle out of the air. He con- -, "There will he somethlnn rlnlnn In Eli. ' talncd himself In patience, for tho ' rope the day I land there, Lou." matter of half an hour or so longer, to the place. It's several hundred and then, as the clatter continued years old and must requlro a lot of without cessation, he got up and opconveniences, such as bathrooms, made his way to the door of the lights and steam heating, erator's office. electric "What is It? The history of Eng Probably needs refurnishing from top land?" ho demanded sarcastically. to bottom, too, and a now roof. 'Message for you, Mr. Blithers. It's never saw a ruin yet that didn't leak. a one, Remember those castles on tho Rhino? a long It up.and I bad a liar time Picking Will you ever forget how wet wo got Thero were four sheets of writing the day we went through tho ono at" at some outlandish prlco per word, but "They were abandoned, tumbledown what cared he? Ills eyes almost start- castles," she reminded him. from his head as ho took in tho "Thero isn't n castlu in Europe that's ed namo at tho bottom of tho message. any good in a rainstorm," ho pro--I . It was "Maud." claimed. Ho took the precaution to read It be"It is time you informed yourself foro handing over to his wife, to about tho country you aro trying to whom it was it addressed In conjunc- annex to tho Blithers estate," sho said sarcastically. "I can assist you to tlon with himself. It was from Paris some extent it you will bo good enough and ran thus: Dear Father and to In to listen. In tho first place, tho royal your esteemed favor Mother 19th, replyposor of the castlo at Edelweiss Is ono of tho most sibly the 20th, I beg to Inform you that 1 llo us, curse us or anything you like, substantial In tho world. It has not arrived Bafely In Paris as per schedule. but still wo shall remain truo to tho country. Wo waa been allowed to fall Into decay. In Regarding tho voyage, It days. delightful. duty wo owe to our We had one or two rough Tho rest fact, It Is Inhabited from top to bottom of tho time It was perfectly heavenly. I stay hero, Prlnco Robin, Just so long by members of tho royal household met two or threo Interesting and amusing ns you aro content to remain." Robin's faco was very red. "You nnd tho court. Ah for tho furnishings, pooplo on board, and they mado tho time I baron," ho said most I can ussuro you that tho entlro Bllth-er- s pass I had agreeably. of think I wired you shame me. havo n suggestionsimply.own a gllmpso a certain person. that of my "Now, I fortune could not replace them If On my arrival In Paris I was met at tho they wero to bo destroyed by firo or station by friends and taken at once to to offer," said tho baron, taking a scat ' pillage. They aro priceless, and they the small, excluslvo hotel whero they aro at tho end of tho table. "I confess summer. It so aro unique. I lmvo read that tho hang- stopping for thothat I'm euro Isyou small that Miss Gullo mny not bo favorably and excluslvo have ings In tho bedchamber of tho lato never heard of It. I may as well tell you Impressed by tho constant attendance Princess Yetlvo nro tho most wonder- that I havo teen Channlo you know who of threo nblcbodled nurses, nnd, as sho Scovillc, and ho has happens to bo no fool, it Is reasonably ful In tho wholo world. Tho throne I signlfi- been very nlco me. Concerning your chair in tho great audlenco chamber Is suggestion Hut Itoreconsider the statement certain that sho will grasp tho gold and welglm nearly 3,000 Issued to tho press. i. I beg to state that I J. nco of our nSHiduityt Now j proposo of solid . ., . pounds. It is studded with diamonds, don't tco any xenso In taking tho world 11UVL IUU CUUIll, L7UI1H. uuu ill sen UlInto my conlldenco any farther than It faco ourselves ns completely jis possirubles, emeralds" has been taken already, that is gram"Great Scott. Lou. whoro did you matically correct. I havoifalso sent word ble during tho rest of our enforced learn all this?" ho gasped, his eyes to a certain person that ho Is not to pay stay In Intcrlaken. I proposo that wo any attention to tho report that we are tako quarters In another hotel and bulging. cliango our minds "and many other precious stones. likely to greedy nowspapera In order to help leavo you nnd Hobbs to tho tender out tho who don't apIs ono hugo carpet In I ho royal pear to know when they havo had enough. mercies of tho enemy. It seems to mo There drawing room thtit tlm czar of Russia I hope that tho voyage will beucllt both of that" you uu much as It did mo. If I felt uny "Good!" cried Robin. "That's tho is n;tkl to lmvo offered 100.001) for police better than I do row mid the offer wits scornod. Tho park ivi a precaution. Let I'd call for the you ticket! I qulto agreo to that, baron." mo suggest that Ten o'clock fonti.1 tho threo gentleimri'. 'iullag the oitstlo lit said to bo try the chicken a la bombardier In the men so classified by Hobbs out of 1 I found It delicious. liutiMii'.il beyond the power of dHsorlp-tUn- . itltz restaurant. daresay they servo It aa nicely on your tho Schwelzerhof and arranging for The" ship us they do on tho Jupiter, as the "I uwlit d yon wlro you got nil this iinimgemont Is tlio samo. Of courso one accommodations at tho Reglna Hotel never can tell ubout chefs. My plans are Jungfrnubllck. uiioriuution. Can't yon nwer mo?" I may leavo hero at ' "i ubtaint'U nil tills mil n grout deal a trifle Indefinite. Ho was somewhat puzzled by tho filir.lll.l hnnan ,n tio If finv infimKnt mole from it ludv who spent a year or away from Paris when you arnvo don't iubu suuniisnivencss 01 uib compan luflde tho curt! walla. I refer to worry ubout mo. I shall be nil right and Ions. Deep down in his mind lurked Tiujtion Kin i, who might lmvo In sufo lunula. 1 will let you know where tho disquieting suspicion that thoy 1 urn ust on oon as I eet settled you as much if you luul poMwiBud wero conniving to get tho bettor of tho I must go wliero It Is quiet and lu wqttlr.'' ' peaceful. I am so distressed over what lovely temptress by some sly and se' " Wig!" KirtoigMHl Mr. Blithers, liagjiccurre;! tliaLI don't feel og though 1 cret bit of strategy. What had bo- j I ' 1 mean-Chandler 1 I any louder than a freshly hatched chicken, and we'll soon bring Maud to her senses. By the way. did I tell you that I've ordered some Dutch ar- chltects from Berlin to go" I "Tho Dutch aro from Holland." she ' Rnbl trnnrllv "to go over to Growstock and give me n complete estimate on repairing and remodeling the royal castle? I dare say we'll have to do a good deal ' I , not have my daughter cast Into Wlll-f- or that Is what It may amount to. The people will Bam her. titer will welcome her wlth Pca arms lf tuy are Given the cbance. But they will have none of her lf "be is forced upon them In the .?ro.p?s?'" waL?'" 11 .. ,thlnk J1 vcr' fald Mr' Blithers, "but there's nothing on earth that can alter my determination to make Maud the Princess of Groostork. That's settled." l will den of Hons. j , I I "Well whatever It Is," said he, and departed. 1, "e thought hard until half-paand then wcnt to the wireless office. wncre no wrote oui a message m cipher and directed the operator to waste no time In relaying It to his st s7; ,,.n.Par1 of folly to f?" J?,1,? btL8" money, "Your daughter has disappeared from Paris. All efforts to locate her where. have failed. Friends say sho left os"Good morning, Mr. Schmidt," spoko tensibly for the Pyrenees, but In quiries at stations and along line fail a voice, nnd, still bewildered, ho whirlScovlllo still ed, hat In hand, to confront Mrs. Gasi to reveal trace of her. ihcr0 ond apparently In tho dark Ho ton. "Did I startle you?" Ho bowed stiffly over tho hand sho ,JS being watched. Her companion and maid left with her last night. held out for him to clasp and murPrlnco of Graustark and party left mured something about being proof, against any surprise. for Edelweiss today." So read tho message from Paris. "Isn't It n glorious morning? And how wonderful sho Is in this gorgeous CHAPTER XVI. sunlight," went on Mrs. Gaston, In A Word of Encouragement, what may bo described ns a hurried, NE usually has breakfast on the nervous manner. porch of tho Hotel Schwelzcr-ho- f "I had tho briefest glimpse of at Intcrlaken. It is not mumbled Robin. "When did her," sho most fashionable hostelry come?" tho In tho quaint llttlo town at the head "Centuries nnd centuries ngo, Mr. of tho lake of Thun, but It Is of an Schmidt," said excellent character, and the rolls and was speaking ofshe, with a smile. "I the Jungfrau," honey to bo had with one's breakfast "Oh!" ho exclaimed, flushing. "I cannot be surpassed In tho Bernese thought you er yes, of course Oberland. Really quite wonderful." R. Schmidt sat facing the dejected "Your mind has gone horseback ridBoske Dank. His eyes wero dancing ing, I fear. At present It Is between with tho Joy of living. hero and Lauterbrunnen. Jogging be- "Well, here we are, and, In spite of side that roaring llttlo torrent that" Dank, who that, where are we?" said "I don't mind confessing that you saw nothing beautiful in tho smile of are quite right," ho said frankly. any early morn. "I mean to say, what "You are In love." have we to show for our pains? We "I am," he confessed. sneak Into this God forsaken hamlet, Sho laid her hand upon his. Her surrounded on all sides by abomina- eyes were wide with eagerness. shape of tourists, and at "Would It drlvo away tho blues If I tions in the hours wo dis- were to tell you that you have a the end of twenty-fou- r cover that tho fair Miss Guile has play- chanco to win her?" ed us a shabby trick. I daresay she Is Ho felt his head spinning. "If if laughing herself sick over the whole I could believe that that" he bebusiness." gan and choked up with tho rush of "Which is more than you can say for emotion that swept through him. yourself, Boske," said Robin blithely. "Sho Is a strange girl. She will "Brace up! All Is not lost. We'll wait marry for love alone. Her father is determined that she shall marry a hero a day or two longer and then "Hello, who Is this approaching? It royal prince. That much I may conis no other than the great Gourou him- fess to you. Sho has defied her self, tho king of sleuths, as they say in father, Mr. Schmidt. Sho will marry for love, and I believe It Is in your tho books I used to read. Good mornI power to awaken love In that ador-- 1 ing, baron." Tho sharp vlsaged llttlo minister of able heart of hers. You" "For God's sake, Mrs. Gaston, tell police camo up to tho table nnd fixed me tell me, has she breathed a word on accusing eyo upon his sovereign tho literal truth, for ho had tho other to you that" "Not a single word. But I know eyo closed in a protracted wink. ' "I regret to inform your majesty that her well. I have known her since she tho enemy is upon us," ho said. "I fear was a baby, and I can read the soul that our retreat Is cut off. Nothing that looks out through thoso lovely eyes." remains save" "But you you don't know anything "Where is she?" demanded Robin, unimpressed by this glowing pane- about me. I may be the veriest adventurer. 1 must be honest with you, gyric. Mrs. Gaston." ho said suddenly. "I am "At this Instant, sir, I fancy she is rallying her forces In tho very face of not" a helpless mirror. In other words, sho Is preparing for tho fray. She is dressing." "When did sho arrive?" "She camo last night via Milan." "From Milan?" cried Robin, astonished. "A roundabout way, I'll admit," said tho baron, dryly, "and tortuous in these hot days, but admirably suited to a purpose. I should say that she was bent on throwing some one off tho track." "And yet she came!" cried tho prince. In exultation. "She wanted to come, after all, now didn't sho, Dank?" Ho gave tho lieutenant a look of triumph. "Sho is more dangerous than I thought," said tho guardsman mournfully. "Sit down, baron," commanded tho prince. "I want to lay down tho law to all of you. You threo will have to movo on to Graustark and leavo mo to look out for myself. I will not have Miss Guile" "No!" exclaimed the baron, with unusual vehemence. "I expected you to proposo something of tho kind, and I am obliged to confess to you that wo have discussed tho contingency In advance. Wo will not leavo you. That is final. You may deposo us, ex- I came from his managers In Paris. Dcdtlmo had no meaning for Iilm nft- -' or ho had worked out the mcssago by the code. It Is truo that he observed a life long custom and went to bed, but he did not do It for tho purpose of going to sleep. 11 wa.s MAUD-- , ""'""v a''y bedtime before I como of their anxiety, their eagerness to drag him off to Graustark by tho , first train? Enlightenment came unexpectedly and 'with n shock to his composure Two peoplo emerged from tho door and, passing by without so much ns n glance In his direction, made their way to tho mounting block. Robin's heart went down to his boots. Bedc-lla- , n graceful figure In n smart riding habit, was laughing blithely over a soft spoken remark that her companion had made as they wcro crossing tho porch. And that companion was no other than tho tall, good looking fellow who hnd met her nt Cherbourg! Tho prlnco, Btunned nnd. Incredulous, watched them mount their horses nnd canter nwny, followed by n groom who seemed to hnvo sprung up from no- L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm,. Life, Accident, Health insurance. Old Reliable Companies' Henry Trent II. W.Trent . P.X Dull Hardinsburg I Livery Livery, Feed and 0 Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. 1 Commercial Supplies For the Business' Man at This Office. 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A quick catch of tho breath, a sudden movement of tho band that lay upon her breast and then sho smiled a wavering, uncertain smile that went straight to his heart and shamed him for startling her. "I bog your pardon," he began lamely. "I I startled you." Sho held out her hand to him, still smiling. "I fear I shall never becomo accustomed to being pursued," sho said, striving for command of her voice. "It Is dreadful to feel that some one Is forever watching you from bohind. I am glad It is you, however. You at least aro not 'tho secrot eye that never sleeps!'" Sho gently withdrew her hand from hln ardent clasp. "Mrs. Gaston told me that sho had seen you. I feared that you might havo gone on your way rejoicing." "Rojoiclng?" he cried. "Why do you say that?' "After our !.pcrIonco in Paris I should think that you had had enough of mo and my faithful watchdogs." "Then you aro being followed?" Sho smiled again, and there was mischief In her eye. "If so I have led them a merry chaso. Wo havo been traveling for two days and nights, Mr. Schmidt, by train and motor, getting off at stations unexpectedly, hopping into trains going In any direction but tho right ono, sleeping In strango bods and doing nil manner of queor things." "I bco that your retlnuo has beoc substantially augmented," he roT marked, n trace of Jealousy In his" volco. "Tho good looking Mr. Whlto has not bean eluded." "Mr. Whlto? Oh, yes, I see. But ho Isjto ho truitod, Mr. Schmidt," sho Continued on pace 7 f 11 "Where Is she7" demanded Robin. Sho held up her hand. "Mr. Totten has Informed me that you aro a lifelong friend of Mrs. Truxton King. 1 cabled to her from Paris. Thero Is no moro to bo said." His faco fell. "Did she tell you everything?" "Sho said no moro than that R. Schmidt Is tho finest boy In all tho world." Suddenly her faco paled. "You aro never novcr to breatho a word of tins to to ucucua," suo wmspereu. "But her father? What will ho say to" "Her father has said all that can be said," sho broko in quietly. "Ho cannot forco her to marry tho man ho has selected. Sho will marry tho man sho loves." io .". 1 some-wlicr- o. "Thank you, thank you, Mrs. Gas- ton," ho cried, with shining eyes. "God bless you!" Night camo and with It tho silvery glow of moonlight across tho hoary headed queen of tho Oberland. When Robin camo out from dinner ho seated himself on tho porch, oxpectnnt, eager and vastly lonesome. Sho camo nt Inst and alono. Stopping at tho rail not more than un urm's length from whero ho sat, sho gazed j ( POOR ROADS IN MAGGIE AND A MYSTERY. me PRINCE 9"! 3V Only EVERY COUNTY 150,000 Miles of First of 'GRAUSTARK Glass Highways In America. COACH TRAVEL IN ENGLAND said mysteriously and tantalizing!?. tho grocer the strangest, most myste"Ho will not betray mo to my cruel rious marks." monsto of n father." "Well, I never!" Conditions In England of Two Cen"Yes; I had read of thieves marking "I sav you this morning riding with turies Ago Can Be Duplicated In Cerhim," said ho glumly. Sections of This Land of Pro- on gatoimsts and nil that kind of thing tain Sho turned her faco away and for a to tho wny gressLargo Percentage of Unim- each other. they I gave Information day moment was silent. "Shall wo take So let her go. One proved Roads. thoso chairs over there, Mr. Schmidt? when my brother Fred wns hero I told They appear to be as abandoned as him about It and showed hliu It has been estlmntcd by careful gov- the pencil marks. Then he some of laughed we." Sho Indicated two chairs near experts, snys the New York nml read them right off. One of the ernment tho broad portals. Evening Post, that only nbout 150,000 markings said: Ho shook his head. "If wo aro looking for the most utterly abandoned miles of really llrst rate' modern high"'Don't forget to tell her we need allow mo to call your attention to ways nre to bo found In tho United mustard, mncnronl nml cheese.' tho two In yonder corner." "Another was Interpreted by Fred to .Stntes. The total m Hence of public "It Is quite dark over there." sho roads In January, 1013, wns 2,27:5.1.11. read, 'Two quarts of milk for Sunday.' Bald with a frown. Tho total mileage of all "surfaced nml another, 'Mining nml salsoda.' Why,' mid Kred. 'that's shorthand "Quite, ho agreed. "Which accounts, no doubt, for your failure to roads" wns 217.100, and It has been and mighty good shorthand at that. j very nearly r.00 years since our llrst Sister, you seo them." have let a bird go." In"Mrs. Gaston will bo looking for mo American parents began to npproprl-- ! dianapolis News. ate tho lands of the aborigines so that before" sho began hesitatingly. "Or Mr. White, perhaps. Let mo re- they might redeem this Innd nnd make GREAT MARKETS OF PARIS. mind you that they havo exceedingly It the habitation of civilized peoples, sharp eyes." many striking parallels be- tJuycrs In the "Hallos' May Not Carry There are "Mr. White is no longer here," she tween the United States now and F.ng- Parcels of Any Kind. announced. land In tho time of which Muenulny There nre some queer customs and His heart leaped. "Then I, ot least, wrote, something over two centuries regulations In the "hallos," the great have nothing to fear," he said ago. The most of the public roads Paris icntral markets. Xo buyer Is quickly. to enter or leave the markets Sho Ignored tho banality. "Ho left ' here are little If any better than were this afternoon. Very well, let us tako tho roads when Charles was king. In carrying u parrel, however small It tho seats over there. I rather like tho his time tho people objected to the lay- - may he. To carrv parcels Is the privshall I say shadows?" Ing of taxes for the construction of ilege of the porters of these markets. "Now, tell mo everything," he said. good roads. Tlicy do now In this coun- Quaint tlgures are they In buggy vel"From beginning to end. What be try. They protested against working veteen trousers, blue striped jerseys came of you after that day at St tho roads then. They do now In this and big brimmed, round leather hats. They alone can be employed to conuioua, wnuuer nave you journeyed, Ilew laml of ht na liberty. When and whercforo were you bo bent on wi,at wero caIle,j .nvlng coaches"- -n vey from the market to the street your merchandise, whether It be coming to this now blessed Inter- - j str,0 of carrlng0 which under " t half a beef or only a good fat hen. ! aue conditions of wind and weather Madame has to help In her purchases "Easily answered. Nothing at all n,1(i with nmnlo relnvs of horses could women became of me. I journey thither, and g0 fifty mjies the day were first in- - market women known as the keepers. sit at the entrance to I came because I had set my heart on vented, there wns much objection These division of the markets and seeing tho Jungfrau." among tho "special Interests" because the main "But you had seen It many times." j this innovation would Interfere with for a small foe watch over all pur. . Many of "And I hoped that I might find tliolr "vested rights," tho keeping of chases brought to them. A jjjoace and quiet here," sho added inns where entertainment was furnish' these "salesladies" are wealthy. portly dnme, a small seller, wears a quite distinctly. ed for man and beast: the untimely line pair of diamonds In her ears and "You expected to find me here, schedules of tho coaches, which arrived a sparkling solitaire on her ring linger. didn't you?" too late for supper and departed too Another character at the markets Is "Yes. but I did not recard you as a early for breakfast; the destructive eftho "cutter." When a sheep Is brought disturber of the peace." fect tho new business would havo on to him by the buyer for half a dozen "You knew 1 would come, but you the breeding of horses, mid the general Paris housekeepers he cuts the anididn't know why, did you, Bedella?" disturbance of settled conditions. mal Into six portions and divides it It was gravely recommended thnt among them. The purchasers draw He leaned a littlo closer. "Yes, I knew why," sho said calmly, no public carriage should be permitted lots for the best pieces mid pay unemotionlcssly. Ho drew back Instant- to have more flinn four horses, to start cording to value received. Exchange. ly, chilled by her directness. "You oftener than once a week or to go came because there was promise of an more than thirty miles a day, and the Cn Modern Man. interesting adventure, which you now king was solemnly petitioned to this "The lato Emerson Taylor, our ecu-su- l are on tho point of making Impossible end. Before the reformers of 1CS5 nt Port of Spain," said a Washingby a rather rash exhibition of haste." ' could get what they wanted In the ton official, "hailed from Dry Run. and Ho stared at her shadowy face in wny of good roads they hud to light for he hail a fund of happy Dry I!un huutter confusion. For a moment ho It. They got It. so that within n corn-wa- s mor. speechless. Then a rush of pro- - paratlvely brief time after the "Taylor once compared a disgruntled sincerity surged up within him, tions had become so bad they could not brother consul to a Dry Hun houseand he cried out in low. Intense tones: get any worse the building of high- - wife. "I cannot allow you to think that of ways began, and 30,000 miles of turn-" 'This woman,' he said, 'often took a Miss Guile. If I have done or said pike roads made life nil tho more queer, disgruntled view of things. Thus janything to lead you to believe that I j worth living In England, she said one day: am" Isn't it strange that with the history " 'I don't think the prodigal son was ' and experience of nil the countries of naturally. She laughed joyously, so bad, after all.' " 'lie wa'n't no good to his family,' "You really are quite wonderful, Mr. the old world to guide and warn, tho Schmidt. Still I must change tho sub- - United States should havo chosen to said her husband. ject. I trust tho change will not af- - make the same old mistakes on Its own "'That's n fact.' said the Dry Run feet your glibness, for It is quito ex- -' account and that, with all Its unexam-hllaratin- woman. 'But when he got home, all How long do you purpose pled growth and wealth, there should the same, he knowed enough to keep remaining In Interlaken?" be nt this day over 2,000.000 miles of his mouth shot. If he'd been like the "That isn't changing tho subject," unimproved roads in this country? Tho twentieth century mnn the llrst thing said he. "I shall be here for a week ; poorest states in nssessing values aro he'd done would 'a been to llnd fault or ten days or perhaps longer?" He not by any means the slowest states la with tho way the fatted culf was put it In the form of a question, nfter public spirit. There Is the state of 1 cooked." "Pittsburgh Press. nols. for example, with property as- Languages In Switzerland. "Indeed? How 1 envy you. I am , sesed for taxation at 52,-- 55.00ij.3-l,"- . sorry to say I shall havo to leave In a i with less than 10 per cent of Its public Both French and German aro the highways Improved; Texas, with prop "olllclal" languages of Switzerland. day or two." Public signs, such os those of railHis face fall. "Why?" he demand- erty assessed for taxation at and less than S per cent of Im- roads, nro printed In both languages. ed, almost indignantly. ' Italian Is also spoken In those parts of "I am having such a good tlmo dis- proved highways; Colorado, with of assessed values and Switzerland which are closest to Italy. obeying my father, Mr. Schmidt, and eluding pursuers. It is only a matter barely 2 per cent of Improved public As a matter of fact, the country Is, of a day or two before I am discovered roads; Nebraska, with nsscssed values , however, quite dellnltely divided as to here, so I mean to keep on dodging. ot $1S0,S 14,001. S0.33S miles of public language. The cantons of Vnud. Neu- roads nnd only three-tenth- s of 1 per chatel, Geneva, Frlbourg nml most of It Is splendid fun." "Do you mind telling mo whero you cent of these roads In an Improved con- Ynlnls speak French. The canton of Tlclno speaks Italian. The test of the dition. aro going tb, Miss Gutlo?" If tho people who lived In England country sneaks nrenonderantl.v Ger- "First to Vienna, then well, you cannot guess where. I have decided three or four hundred years ago could man. The canton of Ynlnls has differ-cu- t districts, where each of tho three come back from tho land of shades to go to Edelweiss." "Edelweiss!" lie exclaimed in aston and make n trip to the UnltecJ States languages Is spoken. ishment. He could hardly bcliovo hlu. they would find the going in great regions of this country precisely us It Film Healljr.i. ears. "Do you suppose that was a real "It Is the very last placo in tho was when they fumed and sworo and brick ho hit that man with?" asked tho world that my father would think of sweated In tho days of Charles. sweet young thing as sho and her looking for me. Besides, 1 nm curious young mnn snt watching tho motion to seo tho place. understand that Concrete Roads Are the Cheapest. tho great Mr. Blithers is to be there Concrete roads built In the United picture comedy. "Of course It was," replied her essoon, and tho stupid princo who will States during 101 cost on the average not bo tempted by millions, and it is $11,021 a mile of sixteen foot width. cort. "You don't supposo nfter paying even possiblo that tho extraordinary Ono hundred and forty-fou- r concrete nn actor $10,000 a week they'd be such Miss Blithers may tako It into her roads built during the twenty years tightwads as to ring In a fnko brick bead to look the, placo over before previous to 1014 cost 12,700 a mile of on tn, do you?" St. Louis definitely refusing to be Its princess. sixteen foot width. Most concrete Upkeep I may find somo amusement or enter- roads nro sixteen feet wide. Trees of Alaak. tainment as an onlooker when the and repair charges have been less thou Tho two national forest3 of Alaska $25 n year for a concrete road built In riots begin." feet of Ho was staring at her wido eyed Bellefoutnlnc, 0 more than twenty contain nbout 78.000,000,000 and incredulous. "Do you really mean yours ago. The yearly maintenance of merchantable timber, and It is estitho llfty-oumiles of concrete roads In mated by tho forest service that more to say you are going to Graustark?" y "I have thought of doing so. Don't Wuyno county, Mich., costs $2Si42 a than 800,000,000 feet could bo cut year forever without lessening tho you think it will be amusing to be on mile. It costs $13.02 n year to keep up tho sceno when tho grand climax oc- a concreto roud at Spencer, Mass. Con. forests' productivity. Treo Talks. crcto roads nro not uffeclcd by tho curs?" Reachod There. All this tlmo sho was regarding him weather, trafllc or mud or trash tracked Mr. Bacon That hat you havo on Is through amused, half closed eyes. upon them, ns In the case with some Sho bad a distinct advantago over him. Improved roads. Freezing and thaw- becoming, dear. Mrs. Bacon Becoming? Why, It is. Sho know that ho was tho Princo of ing havo no effect on them If properly "Is what?" Graustark; sho had known it for many constructed. Ilcnt does not soften "Old." Yonkers Statesman. idap. Perhaps if sho had known nil them nor cold muko them brittle. Contpo things that wore In his cunning creto Increases In strength with ago. A Parliamentary Debtor. brain she would not have ventured so Wuyno county, Mich., has the most reCollector-D- id you look nt that little far Into tho comedy sho was construct- markable system of concreto roads In ing. Sho would have hesitated aye, the United Stutcs. This system was bill I left yesterday, sir? Houso MemIbe might have changed her methods begun seven years ago. Tho vnluo of berYes. It has passed tho first readcompletely. But she was in the mood tho abutting farm land has been dou- ing. Bostou TrunHcript. bled In some Instances, and all land to do and say daring things. has increased In value because of conSin every day takes out a patent for crete roads. Farm and Fireside. tome new invention. Whipple. To be Continued I ' I out-sld- o favor-laken?! condl-testing ( i I ! 1 1 o ev-cr- The Dark Secret Was Revealed Afle' the Maid Had Gone. "And so," said one north Pennsylvania street nmt run to another, "you let. Maggie go?" "Yes, and I made the mistake of my life, but I came to be nfrald of her." "Afraid of her, for goodness' sake! Why, she nlwnys seemed so quletl" "You noticed perhaps thnt she nl wnys hnd one or two lead pencils stuck In her hair? Well, wo began to tlnd pencil marks everywhere on the paper lining tho pantry shelves, on the packages that came from the butcher and THE COLUMBIA RIVER HIGHWAY Will Be Dedicated HE WAS ONLY A NEWSBOY. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! o o HIGHWAY EVOLUTION. on dune 7 With Appropriate Ceremonies, GREAT ENGINEERING FEAT. Road Skirts the Columbia River For a Distance of 150 Miles and Crosses the Cascade Mountains, Opening Up a Vast Territory to the East of the Range. When Portland, Ore., fires the gun that will witness the opening of the tenth annual rose festival, .tunc 7, It will also be the signal fur the world wide dedication of the famous Columbia River highway, the new roadway recently completed through tne gorge of the Columbia river. I'ntll the building of the highway the gorge wns Impassable except by train or steamboat. The llrst forty miles of roadway cot more than !?2.wx.0oo. or nn average of $."(.(HX1 per mile. At one point on the highway the rot d Is more than "' feet above the rior. It Is known as But He Had a Motto That Pointed to tho Road to Success. A newstxy stood on a blustery night with a pile of new-- , a per nt his feet wntchlng for eustciaers nt n subway entrance In New York. In n bantering wny us n gentleman hurried by he said to the little newsboy, "You can't sell all those papers tonight." The lad looked up with n smile nnd said, "I can try." No bread line or bundle day for this sturdy American lad or for the Hue, wholesome man he Is bound to be ns he grows up. "1 can try!" Gotnl for the newsboy who snld It; a motto for the girl nt school poring over her lessons, for the mechanic tolling In the shop, the merchant busy In the counting room, the hanker In his olllce. the professional man at his desk, the preacher In his study, the architect with his drawings and the astronomer at the telescope. The world has been built by those who can nml who do try. They put to shame the Idler, the sluggnrd. the drone, the complaining and the ne'er-do-wel- o In a docnile SUHiO.OOO.OiiO has been spent In highway construcLast yenr public bodies tion. spent nt this work $250,000,000. This year It will be over $.",00,000,-O0Before the coming of the nuto ronds outside of city nnd suburb wero of the most primi- o o o forever thrusting themselves forward to beg for special consideration. O' o o o o tive character. National high- o ways were not thought of. State o appropriations for road work o were made and jqont for politi- o cal purposes. The farmer had o to employ the railroads to carry o his freight a comparatively few o miles. Today he uses his mo- o tor truck or tractor or his horses o o on well made roads. Congress and the Interstate o commerce commission are In o duty bound to take cognizance o of the transformation and eco- o nomic revolution affecting all o forms of transportation. A re- o adjustment will come, but It will o take time. There must be nn o evening up process. Itochester o o News. o The world would be better In every way If It had n revival of the good old CONVICT ROAD LABOR. fashioned spirit of self dependence that taught American fathers and mothers (heir children nt their knees, mingling Success In Other States Influences Kansas to Make the Experiment. patriotism with their prayers. God One thousand miles of perfect roadspeed the day when the spirit of young America shall be everywhere. John A. way have been constructed by Colo-rndo convicts in the past seven years. Sleleher in Leslie's. Colorado began to employ, convicts on tlr.--t the roads In UXR armed UPON THE WATERS. BREAD guards were used, but during the secAn Ancient Legend That Every Ono ond summer the boner system was Introduced, and It Is still In vogue. Should Know by Heart. In 11)15 the road operations wero There Is an ancient legend of a man who faced the great day of tlnal reck- more extensive than ever, according to oning. He had lived as well perhaps the report received by the national ns most of us while here below. At committee on prisons and prison labor last he stood before the Judge of all from Warden Tynan. "Ono of the most wonderful roads the earth. Ills record was unfolded. The face of the Judge seemed to him ever constructed In America bus Just to grow clouded ns he traced Its story. been completed." Warden Tynan snys, The record wns pushed aside. The "nfter two years of blasting solid eyes of the Judge were lifted until granite for eighteen miles along tho they rested upon the man. The lips Arkansas river. This opens up u splenwero parted ns If the sentence was did automobllo highway from Kansas, up the Arkansas river to Its source, about to fa'l. quarter there over the 'continental divide' and to Suddenly from every gathered u shining host of forms which the Utah line. "We have still another gang of men pressed about the Judgment sent. They working In the F.ugle river canyon on appeared to be In conference with the Judge. It looked as though with eager faces they were urging certain claims. Then they vanished from sight as mysteriously ns they came. The Judge smiled, turned to a messenger clad In radiant robes of olllce and bade him conduct the man whose case he hnd Just considered Into the realms of the j OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .t nt Washington. An article In tho American City has this to say about the Columbia River highway: The Cascade mountains In western Oregon have hitherto constituted an almost Insuperable obstacle la the prop er development of the state. While the faith of the Orogonlnns was not strong enough perhaps to remove those moun tains, It was sulllcleut to conceive and carry through tho construction of a highway over them In a section requir ing extremely dlllicult and skillful engineering. Thus the magnitude of tho obstacle has been considerably reduced for the Inhabitants of northwestern Oregon and southwestern Washington, Despite the mountainous barrier, Ore gon has grown rapidly. A real demand had arisen for a roadway which would make the so called Inland empirethat vast territory east of the Cascade, range accessible by wngou or automobllo to tho people living In tho region of Paget sound as well os thoho living over In tho Willamette valley and In the lower Columbia basin. It Is now possible for tho llrst time In history to drive a wagon from tho wheattlelds of eastern Oregon through the Cascade range to tho sen. Tho Columbia River highway skirts tho Columbia river front Astoria, near Its mouth, running through Portland and extending to Hood River, a small towu about 150 miles down the stream. All sleep and dangerous grades are eliminated. The new construction Is of tho highest type, and tho tunnel In tho faco of tho cliff nt Mitchell Point, with tho concreto viaduct approaches, Is con sidered ono of the most wonderful pieces of highway construction la existence. It Is said to bo equal to the famous Axenstraase of Swltierland. blessed. As they moved away the man said to his guide. "Tell me, who were thos" who Just now stood in numbers about the Judge and held converse with MmY' FOB MILr--S THE IIK111WAV 1IANOS TO 1'llE- "Those." replied the conductor, "were cifiTous chirrs. friends who saved you. They wore the Crown Point, and a memorial to the deeds of kindness and of unselfish pioneers of Oregon Is now being service you scattered far and wide erected. Detroit while you lived on earth." The road was hard surfaced late In Free Press. 1111.". with the result that It Is now open for tourist travel the year around. Morits of "Angelick Snuff." Recently the Tutted States governAngelick snuff, the most noble comment set aside 11,000 acres from the Oregon national forest for recreation position In the world, removing all purposes. This laud borders the high- manner of disorders of the head and excruciating way and Is a veritable fairyland, with brain, easing the most In a moment, taking away nil Its winding paths, waterfalls, tishlng pain swimming and giddiness proceeding grounds nnd gorgeous scenery. from vapours, etc.; also drowsiness, For miles the highway hangs to the sleepiness and other lctharglok effects, precipitous cliffs of the gorge opening perfectly curing deafness to atlmlrn- up one of the grandest views of the Ion nnd nil humours nnd soreness In kind In the world. Crown Point Is a it the eyes, etc. Corroborates the brain, view thlrty-llVmiles In either direcnerves nnd revives the tion cast or west of the Oregon and comforts the elllcacy In all Washington shore lines of the Colum- spirits, its admirable the above mentioned diseases has been bia river. 'experienced above a thousand times When the highway Is dedicated June very Justly causes It to be es7 It Is expected prominent men and and most benetlclal snuff In the women from all over the country will teemed the world. Price Is. a paper, with dlree- bo present, (inventors of all Mates are toy only helng Invited. The president nnd his lions. Sold Angel nt Mr. Payn's St. Crown, hi the cabinet will bo urged to attend, as will shop at churchyard, and Cheapshle. near representatives of foreign governments Paul's Advertisement In London Paper, Aug. ' ,'.!''.K,4'"i, . CONVICTS ON liOAl) WllltK I.N COLORADO. this same route, and they have four years' work ahead of them. We aro operating large power drills and steam shovels In our mountain work and heavy gasoline tractors and other machinery in our prairie camps." Colorado convicts. In addition to tho work, farm three large 'ranches, nnd next year a fourth ranch Is to be added. From 50 to do per cent of the ablo bodied prisoners are employed out of doors. According to Governor Hunt of Arizona, convict road labor has been very successful In that state, wliero It has been on trial for three years, lie says: "The plan of employing prisoners on highways, generally speaking, lias worked out admirably In Arizona and now receives the hearty Indorsement of those otllelals under wIiom liiunedluto supervision the roads and bridges' nro built. It has proved to be both humauo i il. 1711. On the Eating Lino, Tommy hud returned from a birth-'daparty, his round face wreathed In smiles. "I hope, Tommy." said his mother, "that you wore polite and remembered 'your 'Yes, please,' nnd 'No, thank you,' when things were passed to you." "I remembered 'Yes, please,' replied 'the boy cheerfully, "but 1 didn't have to say 'No, thank you, mother, because I took everything every time It was passed." i y Somo Job. The man In the next Hat was pounding on the wall. "Look here." he cried, "I can't sleep with that kid yelling like that. If you don't inuko him stop 1 will." ' "Come right In," said tho baby's Furnish Drags to Farmers. "You'll bo as welcome as tho Business men nt Trenton, Mo., or- -' dowers In spring." Pittsburgh Press. ranged to furnish parts for the building of road drags, with the Idea of deBeyond His Power. veloping the dirt roads In the county. "Womnn." cried the big, burly hus- "Wo hnvo supplied approximately band, shaking his finger wildly, "I can pounds of road drag Iron frco of charge to the farmers ot the vicinity read you like a book." "That may be." retorted tho littlo In the lust yenr," snys W. I). Stepp. wife, with a queer smile, "but you hccrelnry of the Trenton Commercial can't shut me up." Loudon Stray Sto- club. "The results that we have obries. tained are quite wonderful. I feel that wo have the best county roads, genDafinito Limits. erally sicukiug. of any county In tho "What grounds of complaint havo state. This mutter of co operation beyou against me?" asked the dentist. tween tho furmcrs and the townsmen "Ground!" scornfully echoed tho pa- wo call the Trenton Idea. It has reHaiti-tuor- e tient. "1 havo achers of It." sulted In much good nnd has mado cn-- j American, thuslusttc boosters out of a large perl cent of our people. This has resulted Tho only man who never misses the uot only In better roads, but In bettor) Improved farms nnd all that goes with. I iuarlc Is tho man who never shoot I'outh's Companion. J that sort of development" r. 15,-0- and practical." Kansas Is ju-- t beginning to experiment with convict labor by placing a hundred men from the state penitentiary ami a hundred from the slate reformatory at work ou building roads. It Is planned to put only the most trustworthy men on road work. They will not be handcuffed or chained or kept In a barricade. They will be treated Just as free labor. That Is the way they are bundled in Colorado. Recently Kentucky adopted by a largei majority a constitutional amendment permitting state prisoners to work outside the prison walls. This amendment permits Kentucky prisoners to be work, ed ou the public roads. Walton Byara, revenue agent for filed suit at Lexing tho ton, agalnflt Harry Harkness person KENTUCKY NEWS ally for back taxes for five years on H,007,000, alleging that Harkness CUT TO THE QUICK owned that much of tho cstato heretofore credited to his father, L. V. Hark ness, against whose personal property OUSY READERS suits nlrcndy nro pending. FOR Elaborate preparations arc being A, O. made to entertain Governor Tho U H. ft St. I railroad shops Stanley and other visiting Knights of Pythias who will nttend tho annual No. 3. aro lioliin rebuilt nt t'lovorport. 121(12 you ever in Xew York in FebruWlnehoster In tnahinK ait effort tc memorial services at Henderson on secure! the 191G encampment of the Sunday, May 2S. This will mark the ary or March ? About tbnt time of first visit of Governor Stanley to his State (itrardn. the yenr "buyers" from nil parts of In the history ol homo since his Inauguration as GovFor tho nrt tlmo tlic countrv Hock to the Empire City like I'aduntli pub. If whoolt, two boys have ernor last December. The Hoy Scouts of America have hunsry folks to a free barbecue. won the honors of tli graduating effected an organization at Princeton, Most of these "buyers" are the bends of claM. .Mrs. W. A. Huiband dloil at her and Irl H. Stevens, a young railroad departments nnd mnnngers of dry goods home In Tnylomvllle as a roault of cat man of that place, has been elected stores on their seminnnual trip to the liift sordino. She ato tho sardines and scoutmaster of tho troop. Tho "timrket plnco of tho country" to buv their bora of the troop have proffered their ptomalno poisoning dovolopod. new spring nnd summer stocks. Because the War Department at service to the town authorities In an THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS WHICH SHOW THE WONDERFUL may need In .Mexico all effort to make Princeton a cleaner and Wanhl!iKtoii the machlno guns It lias, nn order allot more healthful place. PROGRESS THE RETAIL DRY GOODS BUSINESS HAS MADE IN COMFred Hrown or Dover carries a ting to the mllltla of Kentucky four FIVE TO TEN YEARS AGO IT WAS pocket knire which has been In posses PARATIVELY RECENT YEARS. machlno rums tin been ennroled. sion of tho fnmlly for more than eighty ONLY THE VERY DIG STORES IN THE VERY DIG CITIES THAT SENT Tho sorvlces of tho Kontucky Guard In Mexico wore tendered years. The knife was mado In Ger- 'BUYERS'' ON PURCHASING TRIPS TO NEW YORK CITY. to Secretary of War Bakor by W. A. many, from which country It was The small fellows in the smaller towns hnd to content themselves Column of l.oulovlllo, Colonel of one brought by Mrs. Ilrown's father, Mr, L. Hasor. Tho knife has one large with what the persuasive "drummer" ottered them. of tho Kentucky mllltla regiment!'. Xino times out of ten it wns n line of merchandise? made expressly blade and a saw blade, both Knhn Hutchinon, of Newport, was hawk-bll- l lletod In the overseas caaimlty report, of which are made of the finest steel. for this "country" trade (nnd everybody living outside of Xew York trmiie public at Ottawa, Canada, by the The handle Is mado of bono. city was considered "country folks" nt that time). Mllltift Department, among the woundThe Southern Hallway Company How diircrent things are now! Xow every store sends a representaed. filed an equipment agreement with the tive twice u yenr to Xew York, before the spring nnd fall seasons. Another effort I lxlng- made by to Pennsylvania Company for Insurance Even the merchant in n small village of 3,000 population feels it his bacco growtir In Union, Webster, on lives and granting annuities with Ilonderaon and Hopkins counties te Secretary of State Lewis at Frankfort duty to go to Xew York twice a year. revive the old Stemmins Dlitrlct To The railway company has borrowed AND NOV THE WOMAN LIVING AT A DISTANCE OF 2,000 MILES bacco Aaa'n ihioI. $4,700,000 for the following equipment: FROM NEW YORK AND IN A SMALL TOWN OF 5,000 OR SO, AT THAT, bastgaee, oxpress and mall Gov. Stanley has appointed Dr.' Thirty CAN WEAR THE VERY SAME STYLES IN SUITS, HATS AND MILLINERY Archibald Dlxnn, of Henderson, as a cars, 1,500 gondolas, 1.507 bos cars and THAT HER SISTERS IN NEW YORK ARE PROMENADING IN ON BROAD-WA100 cabooses. mombor of the State Tuberculoids OR FIFTH AVENUE. CoinmiHMlon. Dr. Dixon Is a son ol MaJ. KInsey Hampton, United States army paymaster, arrived In his home former Goornor Dixon. And so it happens that when Mrs. Obadiah Corntassel from Apple-da- le r stay In Fires of the twenty-seronGreat at Winchester from a Center visits Xew York no one stares at her. Council of Kentucky Iledmen were' tho Philippines and declared that the MRS. SHREWD SHOPPER. kindled In the historic wigwam, thei people of the Islands, that Is, the enold State Capitol at Frankfort, erected! lightened class, nro very much wor In 182fi. Ashland was selected as the' ried for fear the United States Govaddress was by far the best one that has will declare tho Philippine! mectliiK Plato for next year. j ernment HARDiNSBURG NOTES been delivered iu the history of the He free to establish Gcorgo Ilohon, C3 years old, High School. The house was crowded. Filipinos owner of the rich stated tho government.are a long way half Mrs. J, H. Gardner Is spending this Shaker Colony property on the out-- from self Sixteen Take Graduation Exami- week in Louisville. Tho Supreme Council, Catholic eklrts of that city, and Influential bus-lness man In Central Kentucky, died Knights of America, an organization nation Friday. Miss Clara M. D. Heard has returned from Memphis where he attended a shooting of national scope, at its nineteenth from acuto Indigestion. Belle DeHaven to Entertain contest. Tho first wool clip brought to Win- triennial meeting in Louisville voted chester was quoted at 40 cents, which unanimously to relinquish Its Ken H. M. Heard aud Howard Hook went Seniors. price represents best grade. Colored tucky charter and to seek a new char to Louisville last Friday to purchase nu ter under the laws of the state of Miswas (incited .it 35 cents. Forty-onOverland car tor Mr. Heard. cents was paid for a choice batch. The! fiourl. This action, It was explained was taken to conform to certain legal The nerve that never relaxes, tne eye Samuel Evans is here from Louisville crop Is larger than last year. requirements, and docs not affect the that never blenches, the thought that to nttend the closing exercises of the I). W. Unison, former president! Dr. organic laws of the order, which has never wander. these aie the masters. High School of Kentucky Wesloyan College, editor 25,000 members. of victory. Ilurke. of tho Central Methodist, and one ol Miss Hettie Kincheloe, after a vi-- it Working only a few hours in a tunthe educators in tho South. nel, nn Miss Katie Esknoge, who lias been honir, ltft Saturday for her home in the Louisville and Nashville died at Lexington. He was C5 vcars Ttailroad In Laurel County, Loadner teaching music in 1'ordsville, is at home Loginsport, Iud. old. Thomas was crushed to death beneath for the summet. William Hurch, from the State of In an argument at Hazard between a cavo-Iof rock, and his estate reMiss Louise Moorman has returned Washington, is the guest of his sister, David Kd wards and Willis Combs over covered a verdict of $4,000 for his Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran. nn alleged debt Combs was stabbed! death. The Appellate Court at Frank- from a visit to Bowling Grten. and died a lew minutes afterward. Kd-- fort afllrmed Mrs. Annie C. Hook is visiting relaLloyd Head, of Louisville, has been this judgment in the case wards Is under arrest. Combs was 23 of tho Louisville and Xashvllle tives in Stephensport. in town visiting friends. years old. Company against Thomas's adSixteen took tho graduation examiMrs. Thos. Withers and Mrs. Vera Tho State Board or Valuation and' ministrator. The Court held that the nation last Friday and Saturday. Assessment at Frankfort assessed the company did not furnish Thomas a Jarboe have purchased pianos. capital of tho State banks at full value safe place to work, and that ho was Mrs. David Penick, of Custer, is the Mrs. Thornton has gone to Louisville. instead or SO per cunt as has been the not sufficiently acquainted with the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Evans, Grover guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. X. Kinchepast custom. The surplus and other work to assume the risk. Gregory and J. K. Mtii,; motored to loe. assets are assessed at SO per cent ol1 Through a ruling of the court of ap- Louisville Wednesday, returning Fri their value. Notice. peals Mrs. Ada Stratton Wilson of St. day. Lo'xlnptoii police and guards from1 Matthews, a niece of tho late W. A tho Hoiiies of Iteform were kept busy' Stratton, wealthy stovo manufacturer, All persons having claims against the Miss 151 uora Robertson has returned rounding up u numbpr of persons who' was held entitled to $205,000, tho bulk to Glen Dean after being the guest of selling committee of the V. K. &C U. osenped from the institution at Green of an estate left by her uncle. The relatives. ,of A. of the 1909 crop of red tobacco, dale. Tho runaways becamo dtssatis-- widow, Mrs. W. A. Stratton, who was Miss Clara Belle Delicti will n.Hr. sol1 to 1ete Sheeran, ISro. & Co. March fled, It is said, when 10 boys were' Miss Julia Kschmann, and formerly 20, 1910, will present same, properly paroled. housekeeper for Mr. Stratton, is glvnn tain the Seniors and Juniors Wednes- - proven, to W. J. llallmau, chairman, on $25,000 under construction of the will. day evening. A third alleged night rider was con-' or before June 3. A meeting is called vlcted at .Madlsonvillo and given one1 .Mrs. Stratton sued for a widow's InterHiram Phelps and Robt. Curtis mo- to live years In penitentiary when I.eo, est In tho estate, but It was shown to tored 10 town last week from Louis for June 3, 1916, at West View, Ky. , at one o'clock. All persons having toSIsk. under Indictment ror a raid mado tho court's satisfaction that 'h sum ol ville. on negroes nt Carbondalo. when the $25,000 was settled upon Mrs. Stratton bacco in said pool are hereby notified to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and chil be present to pass on said claims. homo of Tom Dakor was shot, was prior to her marriage. Mrs. Wilson dren spent Sunday in Garfield with Mr. was tho sole heir of tho 'lecased. tried. W. J. llallmau, A petrified htump was found in one M.icy. Mrs. Wheeler Hnrrgard, Winchester,' E. H. Tucker, sold last month slity-onpounds or but. or the Marrowbone foke Company''' Mrs. Thomas Withers' music cU--II. J. Hayes, tor atul fifteen Kallous of croam from! coal mines nt Rockhonso. near will give their annual recital at the hall Committee. tho product of four cows. She sold also It was discovered on top of a 131 doyen eggs, besides sotting a num-- coal vpin 2.S00 fnet from tho mouth of June 9. ' RAYMOND Miss Isabel Gardner is spending this ber of the hens from her flock of about tho mine mid at a depth or 500 feet. 100 hens. The stump, which Is threo root in week iu Louisville with her aunt, Mrs. Merchants of Mt. Sterling wero vic- diameter ami two feet high. Is Intact, E. E. Sutton. From there she will go Held over (rum lust week. timized by a youth who went under' roots and all, and Is wpII preserved. to Eiizabetlitown to be the guest of Miss Hattie Dutschke and brother, It Is so bard Hint it resists the the names of (:. r. Stuart and A. Miss Lillian Heard. Hermau, spent Saturday night and Sun seol tools. A roature or the Smitlr. Ho purchased goods from mer Mrs. W. A. Walker spent Thursday day at J. W. Uaycomb's. discovery was two petrified seeds, rechant, giving checks and secured the , on top or the in Garfield the guest of Mrs. Robert difference in cash. Tho man escaped ' sembling Henry Cash in an was in Hardinsburg stump. The stump shows that it was Weatherford, after securing about $.to. Monday on busiuess. cut off by a sharp Instrument, the sevU K. Hogors. of Lexington, received Mrs. McCubbins and graudson, of Harlan Cashman nnd Owen Noble a telegram rrom tho Colonel of the erance bplng clean. The prehistoric Stephensport, nre the guests uf Mrs. find, .which Is an object of much curare uttendiug the Normal at HardinsFoiirtronth Cavalry announcing that! iosity. Is W. G. Hasivell and Mrs. Lela McCubon exhibition. burg. Owen spent the week end at his son. Hudson Adcqunto preparedness for national bins home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Roger, a mombor of Troop A. was' Frauds Dillon made a business trip R. Noble. hiiiou in an engagement with Vllllsta doronse demands tho abolition or tho alcoholic liquor traffic, according to to Ovveusboro last week. bandits noar Glen Springs, Toxas Jim King, of Sandy Hill, was here tho official call ror tho Kentucky prollurial or the body at Danville. Hev. S. K. Hunt lias gone to Owens Sunday to see James Rhodes, who is hibition party, issue'd by Chairman Tho election held In Iloono County boro to ussist iu 11 series of meetings. still confined to his room. on tho question of the Issuing $200,000 Francis neauchamp, at Louisville. The United States will never bo really preTeachers examination will be held Mrs. S, A. Seybtrt, of Waterloo, la,, bonds ror the 0f .ood roads In pared to iloreni itself against aggres- Friday nnd Saturday. th-- i county eRrrlH by a majority ol visited relatives here puit uf last week. sion "while of our young S7. It Is planned to acquire Prof. T. S. Williams delivered the tho 11 men aro rendered physically Jennie Noble spent last week with unfit for mlioa of loll roads In the county that servlco by the destroying Influence ol baccaleureate address Sunday morning relatives at Frymire. comprises a purl of the Dixie Hightho liquor tralllc." the call says. The at the M. E. church from the subject, way. A. Morris and family, of Webster, prohibition convention will meet In The Southwind Blows Softly." This aud Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hasham nnd William Ilalach, convicted of cm Loulsvlllo May 24 nnd 25. Delegates to little daughter, Mrtle, spent Sunday bezzlemont In Louisville a year ngn tho national convention will bo electand sentenced for two years, was par- ed Leaders of tho party with Mr. and Mrf. H. II. Pollock. declare that doned by Gov. Stanley. Uaisch was plans aro being Miss LIsha Hasham spent from Frimade for an aggressive HZ charged with taking $ino from .1 campaign, day uutil Sunday with her cousin, Miss & Co.. Louisville. LIFE WORTH WHILE County offPorhaps ono of tho largest poplar Jennie Hasham, of Lodiburg. icers and prosecuting witnesses recomtrees ever marketed In Kentucky has mended the pardon. FOR SKIN SUFFERERS George Chlsm, of Louisville, spent Just been cut. manufactured nnd loadpart of last week with his bister, Mrs. J. Frank Johnson, a rarme-- of Ogden ed at Kona Station, near Whltesburg, near Mt. Olivet, killed a black snake by tho Coehurn S. Ater, mid was accompanied brine One wilt bare fact that Lumber last week that was probably the lar- shipment to Cincinnati company, for m.uriKiiun wire to admit the succetslul the Sunday afternoon by bis mother, Mrs. womlcrlullr dealers. The down tUn contagious anil gest Bimko of this kind killed In the big tree In question Chas. Haysinger. was ten feet In county In many years past. It meas- diameter at tho in butt and was over wv,iuiiiascs ninoni; llic Arapalioi-- liy Dodg. Miss Myrtle Hlack, of Union Star, that the tribe im-i- a battam, obtained ured kovoii rcet In length mid examina- 300 feet to tho first limb. m the trt-in that vicinity or brought to spent last week with her cousin, Miss When eawed tion showed It had swallowed three it cut out 12,700 11.1 null, ,,19 iimii luuidll. Wllllll IJIUIUtCU feet of first cIbbs lum- wonderful results til what full grown rabbits. ber: C.000 feet of other grades In all ..r itch and also weeping is known ai scaliirs Luuelln Hlack. ccicma. U'E.XMA A petition was filed before Koferee nearly 19,000 feet, Tho trco was cut ' 1 this ingredient iu it and ils results have Rheumatism. wonderful. In Ilankruptcy llront at Louisville, ask- from tho Sam J. Wright timber tract 'Iry new sUn balm. ing that n meeting of tho creditors ol high up In tho Cumberland mountains Ai;ly Ill's wonderful Ecscina;herbal old running D'KXMA to to If you are troubled with chronic or ulcers; to ringworm, tiilci, tho Mattlngly and Moore Distilling not far from the Virginia border lino. I3ics: to leg and eruptions ol the skin. tu ill blemishes It muscular rheumatism give ChamberCompany bo called to consider an It required ten largo teams of oxen to purilies and heals. No skin disease can live lain's Liniment a trial. The relief is offer from J. 11. Beam, Bardstown, for "snako" tho logs to the mill. Tho com- iwitrc u KAMA only used. druggists In this town We are the the distilling plant owned by tho de- pany paid $fC0 big troe. and, It from whom D'EX.MA, the great herbal balm, from pain which it affords Is alone :a bo secured. Ask ui today. worth many times Ui cot. Obtalu funct concern, Beam offers to pur- Is said, will make money on the chase the jdant for $10,000. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. able everywhere. Stato-at-larg- xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Saddle and Harness Stallion 6 years old, weight, 1 075 lbs. BROWN CREST No. 3853 by Hny Squirrel 2nd No. 1352, by Hiclmrd Suuirrol No. S98, by Wnclc fcquincl So. 58. sire Chester D.iro No. 10. His site (km, Nannie Gurrutt No. 472, is the dam of Chester Unt o No. 10. Hrown Crest's dam, Fiptrct No. 3171, by Chester Chief No. 112!), by Chaster Dure No. 10. $10 to niMirn n it W living colt. 8 O .A V K ? Large Hlack Jack with white points, over is hands high, tine bones nnd muscle and n quiet disposition and has proven to be a good breed- er, made the last three seasons nt the farm of Cheslcy D. Wilson, near n'K Spring Has a record of 52 living colts In one season. The above stock will make the season at John Hlder's new bain, near Hardinsburg. $10 to insure n living colt. $9 if paid in 3O days. LOOOFOOUS - X H. a.HARDINSBURG, ROBERTS, KY. jFj.. jt. r.. vft. Wanted-Mul- es Mr. Pearce will be in Hardinsburg Tuesday, May 23. He wants small mules 5 to 10 years old; 14 15 1 ' two-yea- d inch to hands hig-h- . e Prices Right! Special Premiums At Fair The preparation of tho premium list of tho Breckinridge County Fair to be held July 25, 20, 27, 2S, 191G, is under way and tho books will bo issued early in June. Those wishing to give special premiums for tho Fair or wishing space in the advertising pages of t ho book should communicate , c ttt. t i if jb wuti ti. i . nnnrr i i.i- , oecreiary, narainsourg, i.y. wuu- in the next ton days. i- Hall-roa- j - ( i STEPHENSPORT R. A. Smith was in Louisville weeU. last NOTICE Larding machine WILL START ABOUT j o s Pike-villi;- ij l I peacli-tones- sovnntr-en-yoar-ol- bo:-,.n- s nine-tenth- s Arthur Ater, of Irvington, was the t of II, A. Dutschke Saturday and Sunday. Miss Webb, of Indianapolis, was the guest of Miss Grace T. Wright Tues day. Mrs. P. D. Hawkins ana daughter, Miss Lelah Bell, and Mrs. W. B. Gard ner attended the funeral of Dr. A. A, Simons Monday in Cloverport. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins and grandson, Barnard, left Thursday for Hardinsburg where they will visit her daughter, Mrs Godfrey Haswell; Mrs. Oweu Shoemaker, of Rome, was the guest of her parents last week. Sam H. Dix and daughter, Miss Mariou, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hale, at Addison, Mrs. Matilda Moorman left Saturday for Morganfield to spend the summer with her daughter. Joe Cashman, of Iowa, arrived Friday to visit relatives and friends. The home and contents of J. II. Perry was destroyed by fire Tuesday aftergues-- l June 10th, 1916. Tkums fou Cauuixo: Six cents if grease is furnished and seven cents if wo furnish tho greaso. Wo will pay freight ono way on lots of 50 pounds and over. Ship your wool prepaid. I have good machiuo and will assure you work and prompt returns on your rolls. Thanking you for past patronage (irst-clas- s J, S, J, REYNOLDS, Propr. Carder Ky. F, OVERTON, r mm r dUi-aie- noon. Mrs. Ann Hook, of Hardinsburg, and Mrs. A. M. Miller, of Cloverport, are guests of their sister, Mrs. Olivia Lay. Rev. Walker aud wife left for his appointment at McQuady Saturday. From there he will join the Ohio county ministers, starting Tuesday to the Southern Baptist Convention at Asheville, N. C. There was u family reunlou ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gardner Monday, the occasion being Uncle Fordsville, and J. T. Milligan, of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press As sociation, It is trulv a publication of real beauty, wherein may be found the basic facts from birth down to date regarding the lives of men of note and substantial achievement, also the pho tograph of the men referred to. l fur-th- o One step won't take you very far, you've got to keep on walking; one Souvenir Book Kentucky Press. word don't tell folks who vou are, The Ureckenrldge News recently re you've got to keep on talking; one inch ceived a souvenir book of the Kentucky wont rauke you vsry tall, you've'got to Press Association just Issued by the keep on growing; one little "ad" wont Press Reference Bureau of Louisville. do It all, you've got to keep them and compiled by Messrs. W, R. Scbwarz going. Ex. Guard Hawklus' oOth birthday. Miss Annie Nevltt Dieckman Is the One guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Dieckman, at Rome. Step Won't Take You Very Faff'