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The Breckenridge news: June 21, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916062101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 21, 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. "J," THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL III THAT'S FIT I ' " "" TO PRINT. 8 Pages Ml CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21, 1916. II I" No. 51 .1.1,1. . - , '"" " 1. ll.il I. Mill . I,, BRUTAL MURDER j forty years of age and leaves a wife and seven children. P. M. CIRCUIT Of lettsbug, Kcnova and Huntington. Courtesy of Ashland Hoard of Trade. Thursday livening. ENACTED AT FLORAL When Dr. Frymire Miss Pato Entertains. Miss Mary ho-te- ss CLERK OF KENTUCKY PRESS Pate made a charming 8:00 p. m. Buffet Supper and Kc ceptlou by the Ashland Board of Trade H. F Foruev, Chairman. UTEO TO CORN CLUB to a party, which she Shoots and young gave Friday night at the home of her Stabs Henry W. Schaefer, a 'parent, Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Pate. ladles Prominent Farmer. Trouble The guests Included the youngDancing of the Friendship Circle Results From an Old Grudge. and music formed the diversions of the MURDERER IS WOUNDED. evening for the guests ar.d at 11 A o'clock refreshments were served. ! general color scheme of pink and white was carried out In the decoration of the house and the refreshment table was especially pretty with vases of pink and white llowers. Miss Pate's party was pronounced a great success. R. L. Clkiii. Breckenridge County, Passes To Meet at Ashland, Ky., July The Date of Which Will Be AnWoo Non May HawesProgram Committee. Bar Examination at nounced Later Seventeen Great Preparations ville One of Youngest Public Boys Enrolled. Are Being Made by Business Many Attend Convention Officials in State. Men to Entertain the at West View Sunday. following Is a IM of the contributors 10-1- 4. Hawesville Specl.il. 1' M. Basham, clerk of the Breckinridge Circuit Court, passed a very excellent bar exutiilta lion t this place last Wednesday. Mr. Henry W. achaefer, a prominent Ilusham is a young man of strong abilsouth of farmer of Floral, eight utiles ity, nnil his pleasing personality to Hawesville, was shot to death In the gether witli bis efficiency as a law stu Floral schoolhouae Monday morning at dent, Impressed the examiners ns ore He 11 o'clock by Dr. K. V. Frvmlre. of the best prospects for u lawyer th.it was shot through tho head, in the McQUADY. has ever been examined befoiethelo In the .tide and was then breast and cil bar. He Is one of the youngest given several deep stabs with a long public officials In the State of Kenbladed knife, which was found by ni Kev Leslie Dell&vcn filled Ills regtucky, having been elected to the office side. ular appointment at Bethel Saturday of Clerk of the Breckenridge Circuit The evidence showed that thnre had and Sunday. Court at the November election IOI5, old crudes between the men been an Silas McGary. Shelby Whobcrry, and lias many friends who ure very for the past six years. When his wife Percy and William Mattlngly and Mr. Busliam was died six years ago there ware circum- Harry Jolly went to Garlleid Saturday proud of his succe.s. reared near Stephensport, Breckenridge stances connected with the death tnat to play ball county, and Is a brother of Attorney caused the Masonic lodge, of which Mr and Mrs Abo Bryant spent Sur-da- y Jas. T. Hash am, of the Breckenridge was a inemoer, to InvestDr. Frymire with Mr. and Mrs Jas. Mattlngly. county bar. His friends at this plnee, igate. Three years later he was exMrs. Susan Frank Is visiting her as well ns his many friends in his home Schaefer was pelled from the lodge. county, are very anxloui to see him the master and active In his expulsion. son, Will Frank, near Bethel Mrs. Rlioda Wright was the Sunday continue his legal study, as lie is a T. V. T. Baker was the chlof proseyoung man that will add strength to i guest of Aunt Rhoda Taylor, cutor. Just after the shooting Fryuiire was j Opal Frank, Mrs. Geo. Ball and the legal profession. seen to come out of the schoolhouse, daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. J. n. cast the cartridges out uf his pistol Taul. and reload. Hs went to the home of Mrs. Kmuia Shrewsbury was the Van Baker and asked for him, but was guest of relatives at Kirk last week. He then misdirected by Mrs. Baker. Cor-le- y Congratulatirns are being received started to the home of T. V. T. Baker, by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson on the Is What Assistant Inspector dibut turned and went away In the Says of County Clerk C. birth of a son June ". rection of his home. Mrs. Ira Blair, of Louisville, and V. Robertson's Office. Frymire was arrested three miles Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Day are guests of from his home, and whtle resisting was shot in the stomach. The Mrs, N. J. Day. I have this day checked the office of Mrs. Forest Lyons and children have C. V. Robertson, County Clerk of wound was not serious. There e serious fears of a mob and life prisoner gone to Grayson county on a visit. Breckenridge county, from January !J, was taken to the Owensboro (ill for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Day went to 1014, to I une 1, I9IO, and find his office Saturday. safe keeping In fine shape, being one of the best kept County Clerk's offices In the State. F. G. CORLEY, Tin' Sunday School Convention who will give prizes for the Boys' Corn 'Club which will be held lu Breckenridge hold .splendid mooting at the count v some time tills summer, EXCELLENT PROGRAM. Methodist church ut West View j Seventeen boys have already been Sunday, June IS A splendid enrolled In the club. The annual proriun vns rendered, and many Bank of Hardlusburg & Trust Co.flO 00 meeting of the Kentucky Press f 00 took part in the oxercUcH. A B F. Beard & Co 2 SO Association will be held at Ashland, Farmers Bank houutiful dinner wan served on Beard Bro Ky., July 2 5O I9I6. Ashland Is 203 miles from Louisville on the C. & O the ground, nd everybody en- Supt. J. W. Trent 00 ludge D. I). Dowell Railroad, and is a beautiful and pro- joyed the day. 00 gressive little city. The business men J. W. Owen & Sons, one regis- 10 00 1'olir.i! Chini pig fii-are making great preparations to en Home Coming. Hardltiiburg Pharmacy, No. 2 Browntortaln the Kentucky Press, and a 11 . forty-seventh cr 10-1- 1 1 BESTJjiTATE st w-r- Assistant Inspector. Family Dr. himself Stock Market. Cattle receipts at the Louisville yards Monday numbered 2,136 head. Choice handy weight butchers were in demand, but at prices 10 to i5c off, with the medium and common kinds 15 to 25c lower. Best bulls were in demand, but common were lower. There were very few prime heavy steers on hand, although one sale of a single steer weighThe best ing 985, was recorded at $l0 load of the day averaged 1,274 pounds and brought $9 25 per 100, with others at $8 and S.50 Best corn fed hogs, 200 pounds and 9.6s; i(5 to 200 pounds, up, brought $9.45; 120 to 165 pounds, $9.35; pigs, $7.95 to $8 70; roughs, $8 65 down Source of Diamonds. N said that diamonds have been discovered la fallen meteors Patrice But a fallen meteor Is cold, anil I'm looking for a diamond from it warmer proposition than a fallen Yonkors Statesman. uses our splendid Toilet Requisites. Patience It me-leo- YOUR BATH WILL BE A LUXURY WHEN YOU HAVE ON HAND SOAPS, AND USE OUR SOFT SPONGES, SWEETLY-SCENTETALCUM POWDERS, TOILET WATERS AND PERFUMES. AND THEN AFTER THE BATH, MAKING YOUR TOILET WILL BE A JOY WHEN YOU USE OUR INVIGORATING HAIR BRUSHES AND EMPLOY OUR TOILET ARTICLES EVEN DOWN TO POLISHING YOUR FINGER NAILS. SORTS OF "DRUG GET YOUR TOILET GOODS AND ALL -RELY" ON WHAT STORE THINGS" FROM US AND YOU CAN YOU BUY. D Things to Worry About. There are 3,6S6,ooo automobiles in the country and gasoline is 22c a gallon with no prospects of its going lower O. (At- tention of R. A.) Hardinsburg Pharmacy THE Irvington Pharmacy KODAK DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY KODAK KODAK We Develop Your Films Free Deal with ua and rely on what you buy. Building operations in 165 cities showed an Increase of 17 Business failures in April were 1,330, The compared with i860 in April lgi5 amount of liabilities decreased 50 ',1. Gross and Net earnings of railroads for March increased 25 ?c and 43 rr respectively. March exports were $41 1,o0o,oo0, an increase of $ii4,0o0,0o0 over the same mouth last year. March imports were $2l5,oo0,000, compared with Ji58,000,ooo of a year ago. The Bulletin. The Ilauk of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. New Law Office. sold Monday the James Kennedy farm Sallshurg, Mayor of Ashland. of 92 acres to Paul nnd Richard Mnnnrau Ditto I. as opened a law ofReport of Committee on Arrange fice in the Bamc of Hardinsburg & Trust Trice private. ments, Judge H. R. Dysard, Secretary Co.'s building in Hardinsburg. Moor of Board of Trade. man Ditto lias in him the iuality that Respnuse to Address of Welcome, it takes to make u lawyer hard work? OWEN William Shlnniek, Shelby villa Record. W. There are no Idle moments for the 8:30 p. m. Theatre Party. young ra.111 who want:, to make a sucTuesday, July 1 1. Of Valley Home Stock Farm1 cess in the law. 0:00 a. m. Invocation, Dr. W. C. Condit. Report Many Sales of Their Stock Sales. 0:15 a. m. President's High Grade Poland China The following sales of hogs, sheep and James B. Stears, Nlcholasvillc News. 9:30 a. m. Minutes and Report of cattle were made to Heard Brothers last Hogs. r, Secretary-TreasureJ. C, Alcock, week at $9.15: JelTersontown JelTersonlan. It. M. Rowland, 5 head of hogs, 160 W. J. Owen & Sons, proprietors of 9:45 a. m. Reminiscences of the Valley Home Stock Farm, Hardinsburg average rg Kentucky Press,' HIrm Duley, W. T. Robertson, McDaniels, 49 head R. No. 1, report the following sales of hogs, average 255. their high grade Poland China Hogs: 10:30 a. m. Round Table, How to One car load hogs from Green Bros,, One bred gilt to W. C. Cox, Miyfield. Increase Your Advertising, Conducted Boar and gilt to Antle Martin, Crof 22o pounds, at 9 cents. by Woodson May, Somerset Journal. Will Jarboe, 30 head, l!5 average. ton, Ky. Willie Cannon, lo head, average 1S0. Tuesday Afternoon. Boar and two gilt rigs to John Mc- John Miller, 5 head, average 145. 2:30 p. m. Automoolle Tour of the Cue, Ma.llnton, W. Va. Jas Kiper, 11 head, average 190. Boar and three gilts to B. C. Osborne, City, Courtesy of the Ashland Board Sherman Oelze, 5 head, average 175 lrnnton, Ohio. of Trade Heston, Whitwortlt A-- Co., it head, Boar pig to J. W. Johnson, Vanzanl 7:30 p. m. Visit to the Ashland Steel iverage I92. Boar to John Crawford, Millwood. Company, Norton Iron Works and Owen Worley, 6 head, average 125. Boar to L. D.Austin, Portland, Tenn. other plants. O. D Sliellmau, 4 head, average 1S5. Boar to H.J. Paxton. Rollingburg, 0:00 p m. Dance at ChilTslde Casir.o. Chas. Wheatley, 4 head, average I30. Ky. Wednesday, July 12. Taylor Tate, 9 head, average 17s. Boar to Holland Bros., Calvert City, 9:00 a. m. Invocation, Rev. J. H. John Reilly, lo head, average I23. Kv. Anderson. John Lucas and Irviu West, 13O head, Boar to H. J. Pace, Thomasvllle, m. News and Head Lines, J. 0:15 average I70. Teun. M. Ross, Lexington Leader. Butler Gray & Dowell shipped from Boar to H. N. Stephenson, Roff, Ky. 9:45 a. in. Raise More Live Stock, Boar to W L. Horrell, Hardinsburg. Garfield Tuesday two loads of choice Wm. A. Burnett, Stock Bourbon Boar pig nnd bull calf to J. S Hardee, lambs. This firm has shipped from Gar Journal. field this season over $16,000 worth of Pachuta, Miss. Should There Be a 10:15 a. m live stock. A few stock hogs to various parties. Partisan Press? Hon. W. J. Fields, Kruest Robertson, of Glen Dean, shipM. C. ped a load of hogs Monday. Free Tickets For Children. Followed by Round Table Discission Beard Ilros. have shipped to Louisville on the same subject led by H. A. As has previously been stated in the market over $55,000 worth of live stock Elizabethtowu News. columns of our county papers, we now since January 1. Wednesday Evening. have in our office a sufficient number of Miss Margaret Aune Poage, Fair tickets to supply all the school Entertains For Visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, children in the county, both white and Mrs. Henry May entertained a numhome at colored. These tickets will be given Wednesday, July Twelfth, free to nil children ot tchool age in the ber of young ladies Wednesday after Nineteen Hundred and Sixteen,-7:5county, and are good for the first day noon to a party at her home in honor to 10:30 p. ui. only. These tickets will be given out of her niece, Miss Cecil! Simon, of One Hundred East Lexington Avenue. at the fair grounds gate, the same as Denver, Colo. Games and music were enjoyed durother tair tickets, on the first day of the Thursday, July 13. fair. However, teachers or pupils de ing the evening and refreshments were 0:00 a. m. Invocation, Kev. W. A.,1 siring their tickets before that day, may served. File. The guests included Mltses Louise same by calling at my office or by 0:15 a m. More About Good Roads, hive writing me telling me the number de- Weatherholt, Chlora Mae Seaton, Col. Robcit J. McBryde, Louisville Huth Lamb, Louise Nicholas, Addle Kentucky Good sired and sending postage sufficient to McGavock, Louise Whitehead, Emily Times, President mail same. Remember the first day is Roads Association. Ueid, Jane Llghtfoot, Cecil Jolly, Lena How and To What Ex- School Day, and all teachers wishing to May, 9:45 a. m. Elsie May, Mary C. Hamman, cume will be given that day. The tent We are Building Better Roads, tickets are free to school people and we Alyce Couch, Maude Barry, Leila R. C. Terrlll, State Road Commis want five thousand school children here Tucker, May Dee Chaptn, Selma sioner. on that day. Call for your free ticket. Slppel, Martha Hcid, Virginia Harris, 10:.'l() a. m. My Ideals for Kentucky, Eva Weatherholt, Mary Pate. J. W. Trent, Supt. Dr. W. A. (Janfield, President Centre College. Real Enjoyment. Ancient Troy. 11:30 a.m. .Election of Ofliccrt. "What's your Idea of enjoying life!" The site of undent Troy lies between Thursday Afternoon. w.ii 1M llko to bo able to rent an tho Dardanelles and the Arabian guU pfflco to loaf In." Kansas City Journal. 1:30 p. m. Automobile Ride to Cat- - la Asia Minor. .Vcx-.hi-der- most profitable and enjoyable meeting is promised. The program this year Is exceptionally good, and one of the special features of the meeting will be an automobile tour of the city. Kolio.vlng is the program: Monday, July 10. 7:30 p. m. Reception at Elk Home. Address of Welcome, by Hon. W. M. There will be an all day meeting and ie Kodak. Kinclu'loe's I'haruney, No. 3 Brownhome coming services held at Harml next Sunday, June 25. Rev. W. V. ie Kodak, Breckenridge News, one year's Hogard, presiding elder, will be present; Everybody invited. Dinner on ground Record I'rcts, jearV tubscription. Mr. Cohen, free trip to State Fai-- . Kennedy Farm Sold. J. 8 Address, Flem-ingsbu- Times-Democra- t. Sam-mers- , Xm 6JLOla3yvoi3 'NvWOHQ o H NVIinP 6u;im pue jsoo ;b spooB jo ((6uiM9f ou aq aAjijsod ajaq jnq 6uiq;ou joj jom ;m ,,IBS B 8M 'sAep sAbP uo soI 9lu!l ;m as o 6u;h;m we 11 'saseqoand 'paidaoxa e uo qsBO paunoo aq Qonpojj 'ABpuj pue tepsjnqi 'fcpsaupaM 9T6T '9S auiip 'Xepuop uiBao 'ABpsanx 'fepuoyy qona soo v spooB E as A9Aij,isod iw sAepans 99 BumuuoQ IIIAV W WEST KENTUCKY IIILt ITEMS. Scatter thus vour seeds of klndtics, All enriching as nu (,o; Leave them, trust the harvest giver, lie will make each seed to grow. St unto life's happy end You shall never lose n fried. Sunshine. The picnic Riven at the Satterfield home last Thursday in honor of Alvln Simons and children, Clssell and Henry Miy, was in every way a success, not withstanding the threatening clouds of the morning. By 10 o'clock the clouds were dispelled and the day was Ideal until after 4 o'clock, when the np proaching thunder storm warned the people 'twas time to scatter. Each said rood bye and expressed a wish for another picnic. H. M. Harroll, of Stephensport, has moved on the hill Into tne house vacated by Millard Frank. Mrs. Joe Simmons left last Monday to join her husband, who Is employed at Dayton, O. Miss Monie Moorman has returned from Midway, where she has been to visit friends. Enlow Smith is no better at this MTrr-- tM iHPinn, ,Mg ijj BAPTISUSSEMBLY To be Held at Russellville, Ken tucky, June 28 to July 5. Prominent Sneakers Take Part In Program. SPECIAL MUSICAL ATTRACTION The Wist Kentucky Haptlst Assembly will be held at Ilethel College, Russell ville, Kentucky, June i8 to July . An excellent program, consisting of some of the best talent in the denomination has been arranged. Pastor Ira R. Dean, Toronto, Canada, will speak each morn President inir on the book of Romans, Lee R, Scarborough, of the Southwestern Ilantist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, will begin on Sunday evening and speak twice a day there' after on New Testament Evangelism, Louis Kulzminger will speak every day on the Sunday school work. Dr. II. I) V I). Gray, Paator I'. I'. Gibson, Powell, Secretary N. T. Ilarnes, Secre tary W. L. Ilrooks, Secretary I. J. Van Ness will also deliver addresses during There will be classes the assembly. every morning in missions, Sunday school work and woman's work. The music will be a special attraction Sam Kaborn, at this year's assembly. ne of the most successful chorus leaders of the South, will be director of music The liethel female quartet will be present for the entire eight days and render their favorite se'ections and there will doubtless be other music Entertainment can be secured in N. Long Hall and in many private homes at $t.ou n day. Special attention will be and everything given to recreation, possibly will be done to make the guests enjoy their visit. Let every Haptist church do its very best to .send its Sunday school, II. V. P V nnd Women's Society Workers. writing. Mrs. Eliza Mattingly returned home Wednesday from Owensboro. Mrs. Viola Jackson returned lat Wednesday from Dam 41. and brought with her Robert Daugherty. Oletha Taberling has been to the country to visit the family of her uncle, Len Weatherholt. Mrs. W. C. Pate, of Mattingly, was the guest Saturday of .Misses Mary and Mina Perkins. None of the hidden cigarette enjoyment if your cigarette is can get away from you Notice. I have turned all of my accounts over to Mr. Military Hardin to collect and all parties knowing themselves indebted to me will please settle with him at once. Dr. Jackson. AXTEL Bowel Complaints in India. In a lecture at one of the Des Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going into the interior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully in India both as a pre ventive and a cure for cholera. You may know from this that It can be de ended upon fur the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this "Straight Cut". The reason is that Straight Cut "draws" so freely and evenly that it gives to you, the smoker, ALL the lively taste, and delightful aroma that some cigarettes can't deliver! It's the difference between your getting ALL the taste or just part of it! The two little words "Straight Cut" are on every package of Favorites notice them, when you try your first package today ! country. Obtainable everywhere. Queer Errors. in oiiu biographical die tlonary In which It N Mild that from lS'JS to 1000 I!ooevelt was "president of New York" reminds the Phihidel phlu Ledger of the line old typographical error that crept Into one of Horace Greeley's editorials. "There is no barn In Guilford." asserted the editorial, Greeley having written. "There Is no linlin In Gilead." The eiior Itchl Itchl Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! The more you scratch, the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. For eczema, any skin itching $0c a box. STATE CAPITOLS TOO SMALL Many Not Large Enough to House the Office.. of the states of the Union iiiiu uieir nipitois inadequate to ac commodate the Increased state actlvl ues mill nave grown up In recent years, according to data gathered by uie i;iiiumiMis (o.) chamber of com merce, and are wrestling with the problem of llndlng additional room. To old the Ohio building commission the on.'nnl.nlloii Ims Hccured information from many states on the milliner In which the problems me being .solved The majority hcciii to favor thu plan of erecting a new ollh-- building as an annex to the present eupltols. In some stale.s thu plan has been to build add! noun 10 present Htriictiircs or to re model thu hiilldtnss to make more room. Washington has gone In for a comprehensive group plan of stnte buildings to eiiHt more than $0,000,000. while California Is bringing to completion a new cHpitol costing a similar amount. Kach Is located In a large park. Compared to these the Ohio plan to siHjiid little more than $1.0(X),000 b thought lo be very modest. At Madison, Wis., Is being completed a new nIuIcIiimim that Ims cost $7,000,-00while lit Nashville. Tenn.. the plan Is to build a Keparutn olllco structure. The Kiiino Kort of plan Is eulertnliied In Ncbrasku. Michigan, like Ohio, Is getting ready to provide additional room for statu departments. In none of the states does It appear that the rent of outside quarters has been made n political Issue, as It was In Ohio. One-thir- Crops and gardens arc looking nice since the recent rains. Miss Lcona Mattingly is visiting rela tives near Fisher this week. Mrs Sallie Kskridge, of Owensboro, is spending a few days with her son, J. V. Kskridge, and family. Misses Lettie Critchlow nnd Lula Cannon spent one night last week with Miss Rhee Critchlow at McDaniels. Ova Brown, of Rod, and Miss Bessie Miuton, of this place, were quietly married at St. Anthony's church last week by the pastor, Rev. Joseph Odeudahl. Misses Zetta Simmons, Alma Cannon and Jiena Kskridge were the pleasant guests of Lettie Critchlow last Wednes day night. Jess Vandiver, of Rockvalc, was the guest of his brother, Lonnie Vandiver, last week. Mrs. J. K. Wilson, of McDaniels, and Mrs. C W. Jarboe were the guests of Mrs. William Jarboe last week. Miss Cassya Wilson, of Lcitchfield, is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Ida Pierce Kciia Kskridge will leave next week for Owensboro, where she will spend n few days with relatives. UNION Several from this place attended the the singing at McDaniels Sunday. The stork visited the home of Mr. and i Rev. Gentry, of the M. E. ch irch .Mrs. Prank Jarboe and left a fine, big bouth, will occupy his pulpit on the bov. fourth Sunday, instead of tne third, as Prayer meeting at this place every previously announced. Saturday night. Sunday school every Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herrmann, of Sunday at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Tell City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everybody invited to attend Jabez Haynes Sunday. Mrs. Herrmann has about recovered from a fracture of Proof. "I guess the wife Is home all right." the arm, sustained while roller skating "What makes you thluk so?" Mrs. E. M. Shellman returned Mon "I've been trying to get tho house day from a visit to her brother, W. M on the phone for of an Frymire and Mrs. Frymire, at Ekron, hour and the Hue has been busy all the and a shopping expedition to Louisville. time." Detroit Free Press. Miss Virginia Helm Milner graduated from tho Louisville Girls' High School Judge Stephens, of this week, an honor graduate and the Hawesville Dead. youngest of the class. Her friends ure FAVORITE A Straight Cut Cigarette 'gets aR the good out tobacco IO for 5 Also packed 20 STAR recent visitor to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B Cox. Mrs. Wm. L. Milner and Miss Sara E. Richardson returned Wednesday from Louisville, where they attended the commencement exercises of the L G. M. 3. at Macauley's Theater on Mon j rA Ladies' Personal (Account day evening. Miss Mary Robertson contemplates a visit .soon to her sister, Mrs. Dugan Severs and Mr. Severs, at Bowling three-quarte- Green. B. F. Parr, Supt. of Schools at Mur physboro, III., a former citizen of this place, was a welcomed visitor when he returned recently to visit his aged mother, Mrs. Mahala Parr, and sisters, Mesdames W. S. Cart and Victoria Severs. Me is making good in his avocation and merits his success. These Things Endure. Borne of tho things that are not easl. ly worn out by much using: Tho ground wo walk on (but wo can exhaust it by bad farming), the love we live by (but we can tarnisn it), tho inirrpr in which is reflected tho true appearance of things. Collier's Weekly. Standing By. "Didn' MIstoh Plnkly stand by you when de mlxup took placo?" Receives the same close and careful attention by this bank as does the account of the Big Business concern whose account may run into the thousands Banking with us is a system worked out by years of experience and profiting by the experience of other large and successful fiinancial institutions-- Do your banking here it will assist you in keep-ta- b on your household expenses and show you where your money goes. Judge M. Stephens, aged 71, died at his home in Hawesville Monday night ot general debility after ten days illness. Judge Stephens was a prominent citizen of Hawesville, at one time acting as sherilT of Hancock county, and was later elected county judge for a term of four years. He served as a Miss Mulissa Cashman, who has been confederate during the civil war, was a staunch member of the Haptlst ill, Is recovering. church. Miss Augusta Dutschke and brother, He is survived by his wife and of Louisville, returned home Saturday twelve children, all of whom were after u visit of several weeks to their present at the time of his death but grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. one son, who arrived soon after his Cashman death. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cart are In re Funeral services were held at the ceipt of a message that their grandson, Methodist church Wednesday after Otis Singleton, of Louisville, was opnoon, services being conducted by Kev. erated on for appendecitis at a local T. F. Howard. Interment In the hospital. Me Is reported to be doing Choir of Policemen. Hawesville cemetery. well. Charles L. Kaffonl, choirmaster of HC George's church, Now Vork, ! Mrtes Severs, whq recently returned Bravery. proud of his chorus of 100 policemen. 'Would you risk your life for your from school at Bowling Green, wil Tills organization camo Into existence teach at Mooleyvllle this year. a few mouths ago, when thu singing of friend?" Mrs. June M. Hayoes and children "I did yesterday evening. Itatber a policemen's quartet suggested to Comthan hurt a friend's feelings, 1 ate will leave soon for a visit to her parents missioner Woods tho possibility of a and other relatives at Station Camo. chorus. Mo enlisted the Interest and what ho cooked in a chafing dish." Washington Star. belp of Mr. Safford. Geo. R, Cox, of Graybampton, was a J gratified at her uuusual precocity. Preparations are being made for an interesting nil day Memorial Service at the church and school building on Saturday, June 24. The unveiling of the E. R. McGlothlan picture will be a feature of the occasion. A program is being prepared for the evening which will be rendered at the church. The public, collectively, is invited. "Ves," replied Mr. Whlflletreo Daw- son. "He were standin' by me, Jes' close enough to take a good aim when ho hit mo behind tho car." Washlno ton Star. Farmers Bank Hardinsburg, Ky. Aged Lady Dead. Mrs. Sarah A. Harl, widow of the late G. W. Marhdled home of her sister, Mrs. Rebecca Smith, near Pordsville. She was seventy-thre- e years old, and was born In Brecken-ridg- e county and a devoted member of the Presbyterian church. She is sur- vlved by two sister, Mrs. RebecciT Smith and Mrs. Alice Meador, and two brothers, H. F. Hall and W. I. Hall. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. J. F. Roberts. Interment In the Macedonia burying grounds at Ruckvale. Surface Hoat of the Sun. We thluk the sun Is pretty hot in ummor when the thermometer goes np to 00 degrees in tho shade or out. we DCgiu to get sunburned a lonir rim before it reaches that high. But right on the suii's surface it is between The who cab command themseJves 10,000 and 15.000 decrees hot Thn a joramand others. HazUtt of course, a degree of heat which we cannot conceive. How much hotter Just a Suggestion. till k Is on tho lnsldn of th ,n Mrs. Braggo I want to call the new houso which I have just bought some do aot as yet know. same which will let people know that America' Gift it belougs to mo. What would you Muse, tobacco and nnttm .M u Wgest, dear? Miss Witt-M- ow would Iona Houso" do 7 Loadoa Telegraph. thxee. zreat product nr th. America gave the world. Inherited. Knlckcr Jones has a bad memory. Docker nis mother never know what were trumps, and his father couldn't remember anything on tho witness Itand. New York Sun. vj .n DELAYED VVhy INAUGURATION. Washington Had to Wait Until In County Convention at the Presbyterian Church at Garfield June 30 and July 1. Many on Program. The County Sunday School Convention will meet at the liaptlst church at Garfield Friday afternoon and Friday ernment. to Owing delays of various kinds, evcriing and at the Presbyterian such ns dllllcultlts of travel, etc., memchurch on Saturday. The program bers of the first congress were very follows: slow to assemble In New York, and a quorum of both houses wa not obFriday Afternoon, June 30. tained until April 0. The counting of Devotional Rev. C. L. 2:30. tho electoral vote, the notification of Washington and his Journey from Mount Vernon to New York took until 2:50. Messengers from DepartmentApril 23, and his Inauguration was set al Superintendents. tor April 30. Elementary Mrs. Thos. Allen. His term of otllco was, however, conSecondary Lilburn Allen. strued as having commenced on March Adult S. C. Dowell. 4. tho date set by the Continental Education Andrew Driskell. for the lnaugurat!6u of the new Visitation Miss Jennie Payne. government, and so it camo to an end Organization Rev. C. L. Brulneton. on March 4, 1703, nlthough It lacked nearly two months of the four years Temperance B. F. May. provided for by the constitution. New Missions Mrs. Thos. Gregory. "Brccken-ridg- e York Times. Round Table. 3:30. County Needs" Discussion led CATCH THEM AND KILL THEM. by T. B. Henderson. Uru-Ingto- n. con-pre- April 30 In 1789. Althouich MitvIi I lx the date set by Ijw for the Inauguration of our presidents, I here was one occuMoti wheu the rule was not observed, for George Washington was Inaugurated 011 April 30, ITS!), Instead of March 1. When the constitution had been rati, fled by tho requisite number of dates the Continental congress by resolution of Sept. 13, 178S, set tho first Wednesday of the following Marcli (March 4, 1780) ns tho "tlmo for commencing proceedings" under tho new form of gov- Splendid Farm No. 8. or S a e i FOTKjKHSTII Acres on Hiirdinsburj; and Cloverport Pike five miles from Hardinshurg, known as the Ralph Walker farm. m CAN you remember tho time it was so 'very long ngo either when there were only one or two distinct styles in coats, in suits, in dresses, etc.? EVERY WOMAN WORE THE SAME IMPROVEMENTS : Three Room Bo.v Mouse, Two Stock Barns, One Tobacco Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken Mouse, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 acres in first growth timber. STYLE, WITH SLIGHT MODIFICATIONS AS TO MATERIALS, TRIMMINGS, ETC., AND THE RESULT WAS THAT ABOUT OF THE WOMEN YOU SAW ON THE 8TREET LOOKED RIDICULOUS, FOOLISH AND THE OTHER THIRD REALLY LOOKED BEAUTIFUL. ONE-THIRONE-THIR- For Price and Terms Call In thoe days if a certain style, unbecoming to n woman built on generous lines, was all the rage the unfortunate stout woman found her-ic- lf between the devil and tho deep sea. Conditions now are very much different, as any woman will observe, after viewing the new styles now being shown in tho stores. Every type of woman seems to have been carefully considered. THERE IS SUCH A WIDE DIVERSITY OF MODES THAT EACH WOM-AWILL DE ABLE TO FIND ONE THAT WILL BE MOST BECOMING TO HER PARTICULAR FACE AND FIGURE AND BEST EXPRESS HER INN Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. DIVIDUALITY. Evening Session. Devotional Rev. J. E. Men. Address W. J. Vaughn. Saturday Morning, July 1. 10:00. Devotional Rev. S. K. Hunt. "Importance of Bible Study, 10:15. or Christian Education" Rev. R. T. Lasllc. 10:40. Minutes of last Convention and District Reports County Secretary. 11:10. "Kentucky's Needs" Rev. W.J. Vaughn. Offering for Organized Work and Appointment of Committees. 7:30. The French couturiers who originated these modes and our no less ingenious American designers who modified and adapted them to meet American conditions had n definite type of woman in mind for each of these styles. IT ONLY REMAINS FOR YOU TO SELECT THE ONE THAT WAS MADE FOR YOU AND YOU NEED HAVE NO FEARS REGARDING YOUR APPEARANCE. Special Premiums At Fair Tho preparation of tho premium list of tlie Hreckinridgc County Ftiir to bo lichl July 25, 2(5, J7, 2S, 191(5, is under wit' and the books will be issued curly in June. Those wish-i- n to give special premiums for the Fair or wishing space in tho advertising pages of the book should communicate wiin ,1 , r. V'liVAlAA'A , Secretary, Llarttinburg, Ky. in tho next ten days. EC VWt Keep Fish Alive After You Get Them Out of the Water. nine-tenth- s Trobably of the fishermen hereabouts m.tko the mistake of trying to keep their Hsu alive ufterthey are caught on the theory that tho Uesh will taste better after they get home find prepare them for the pan for cooking. They string them and keep them In the water or let them die hi tho creel. I wonder what many newspaper cartoonists will do now that tha sensible, diversified styles that prevail make it impossible for them to draw thoe alleged funny pictures of women's fashions? Bo forced to drive milk wagons for a "living probably! SHOPPER, MRS shrewd The custom is a mistake, according to the experts. They declare tho best wny is to kill the fish the moment it is landed by pushing its head back and thus breaking tho neck or giving It a hard blow on the head. Then take a knife and "bleed" them by running the Afternoon Session. knife blade around the bottom of the 1&0. Song Memory Verses given Sills. by Delegates and Members of the Au"In order to get your fish home withKev. Robert Johnson. "Kentucky Sunday Schools for a Dry Kentucky"Kev. S. K. Hunt. 2:20 "Why do Boys Leave the Sunday School" Kev. R. K. Reeves. of 2:40. "Organization Adult Class" Mrs. J. C. Tucker. 2:05. "The Sunday School as an Educational Force" Rev. J. E. Meng. State Worker. H:l5. "BibleStudy" :W3 Election of Olllcers and Report of Committees. 1:45. FAMOUS BRIDGES. I ! acting in this way. and sea captains will assert the same thing. One Good In Flimsy Houses. dience. Prayer 4:00. Adjourn. W. D. Smith, President. T B. Henderson, Vice President. Miss Nora Driskell, Secretary. Not All Her Own. A young woman who does a bit In the Hue of verse recently lecelved the following note from u magazine editor: "Dear Mndam The verses entitled Tho Kiss' ure extremely clever. Can you assure mo that they are original?" Whereupon tho fair writer answered: "Sir Not quite. 'The Kiss' was a collaboration." New York Times. Catching on to Dad. He really resembled this horrid, sly animal In its walk as well as In hair INFLATION AS A DEFENSE. Kddle Let's sneak round behind the and eyes. He never sat down when he was talking, but swung about hesitatbarn an' smoke u cigarette. Summy Too likely to get caught ingly and with abrupt Jerks. "With Easy For the Puffer Fish to Balk lt Natural Enemies. Ever since dad swore off he's been Napoleon at St Helena." The puffer fish affords a novel examHncaking around there to smoke his ple of the way nature sometimes works Life's Little Tragedies. own. Judge. A youth dashed Into the florist's to protect her creatures. The many shop. different species Inhabit all tropical and Where They Excelled. He I don't see why you are always "There was something wrong about other warm seas uud certain largo rivbragging about your family. Its mem- those red roses you sent tho lady on ers. Few of them reach a length of more than two feet bers have never done anything. She-W-ell, Lincoln avenue," he declared. The peculiar characteristic common even that helps some. The mem"I'm sure they were sent," replied bers of your family havo done everythe florist "I remember tbo order. to all of them Is their ability to inflate thing. Hlchmond You said you wanted tho very cheapthemselves with air or water until they est ones, a dozen nud a quarter. Here, become almost spherical lu shape. The He Stuck to tho Show. Joe." air or water that tills the abdomen or "Did you follow tho plot of the tho esophageal sac Is retained by u Tho new boy came forward. "You rememtier those roses you took vnlvo lu the throat ami can bo dismusical comedy?" "No. I stayed lu my seat and watched to Lincoln avenue. Sure you got the charged almost Instantly. A few good sized scu'p were placed lu tho performance. Tlio plot left tho address right?" "Yes. sir. I took it off tlie bill for one of the exhibition tanks of the New theater right after it was Introduced." 'em, sir." York Zoological society with n dozen Detroit Kreo I'r,ess. "Bring the bill here." puffers about two Inches long. The He Knew. "I can't, sir. I put It lu the box with hungry soup nt once attacked tin puffers, but In an Instant every puffer in"Tho mau Is best governed who Is the roses!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. flated Itself so completely with water least governed." London's Backward Suburb. that it became almost globular. All the "That's a man's theory," spoko up a Wimbledon proved Itself lu oue re- scup could do was to knock them about henpecked husband. "Tho women havo never subscribed to that as yet" Lou- spect the most backward of London like toy balloons, too big to be swalsuburbs. Until 1C02 the streets of lowed, too smooth to afford any hold isville Courier-Journa- l. Wimbledon wero still lit by oil, and the to tho Jaws. lamplighter could be seen every eveu-InEnough. Puffers that become frightened near "My dear, do you want to go to tho making his rounds, with his ladder tho surfuce of tho sea and aro Inflated on his shoulder. The Wimbledon lamp with air sometimes drift ashore, where movies tonight?" "No. I've got enough of tho movies. lighter used ma'tches instead or tinder they roll along the sands until they die I've been watching two families go out and steel, but otherwise his methods and are dried by the suit and wind. of tbo block this morning and threo were tho same as those pursued by his Tho Japanese mako lanterns of their predecessors lu tho days of Queen dried Inflated bodies, for the stretched coming Into It" Baltimore American. Anne. London Mull. skin Is us transparent us oiled paper. Cactus Stems. Youth's Companion. Tho thick stem of tho cuctus Is a proPenalty of Laziness. vision of nature to reduce tho loss of Locating Iceborgs. Head of Department What's this water by evaporation to a tnliilrnum. lying on my desk? Tho last dunning The captain of au ocean steamer lu letter received from my tailor, duly most cases finds out when his vessel lultluled by all my clerks. Oh. dearl Is approaching mi Iceberg from the Long Winded Discussion. That douo? Actually 'To, what is meant by filibustering?" What have I duly noted by tho sent It men down lu tho engine 11 room. neverwhole sounds queer, but it Is fact around to bo "Talking against time, my sou." It appears that when a stall without taking the trouble to look theless. "Do you ever filibuster, pa?" steamship enters water considerably Blatter. my boy, With tho exception of at "No, colder than that through which It has that Imposed by physical exhaustion, been going Us propeller runs faster. Of Some Use, thero Is no limit to tho debates lu this "Gentlemen." remarked the pro- Such water usually surrounds tho viciparticular house." Birmingham fessor, "tho gcueral function of tho nage of Icebergs for mnuy miles. . heads of several learned members of When the propeller's action therefore this class is to keep their neckties from Is accelerated without the steam powSpiteful. er being increased word Is passed up slipping off." Harrard Lampoon. "Why do you hato him?" to the officer on the brldgo that Ice"He has been knocking me to the The true services of life are' Inestim- bergs muy bo expected, nud n close girl I go with." able In money and are never paid. It lookout for them Is establlshcJ. There "What did ho tell her?" ure natural reasons for. the propeller "What my salary Is." Houston Post L. Stevenson. Times-DispatcAgo-Heral- The Highest, Largest and Most Ornat Structures of Their Kind. The biggest bridge lu the world is tho Forth bridge. The British navy can pass under It. and Its biggest dread-nauglooks like a pygmy In comparison. out any discoloration," declares a vetThe highest bridge lu the world Is eran angler, "take along n yard or two the wonderful single span which of white cheescloth, nud as soon as the crosses the gorge discovered by Livcaught 1:111 It and bleed It. Then ingstone, Into which the mighty Zamfish is dampen the cloth and wrap up each bezi leaps in a fall only matched by fish separately, taking care that no two Niagara. This lh.ht, airy looking strucfish touch each other. ture Is 400 feet above the river bed. ho "By doing this you will find that the that tlie dome of St. Paul's could comfish will retain all tho color marking fortably stand beneath It. Just ns clear and bright ns when It was '1 he longest single span In the worid first taken from the water and the lish t:i tlie span of Brooklyn bridge. It is will be sweet nud palatable."--Philadelphn suspension bridge, and Its supporting Ledger. towels are I.1K1O feet apart. Imagine the stleugth of the cables capable i. Napoleon's Custodian at St. Helena. Mipportlug such a terrific dead weighs Lowe, the man appointed to which add the surging Sir Hudson trniuc of two by England to be tho custodian of the vast cities. emperor, arrived at St. Helena on The two longest bridges fa the world April 14, 1SU1. Ills appearance was are I lie Tar bridge lu Scotland and the not prepossessing. He was extraordi- I great bridge which carries the railway narily thin, with a stllf carriage. He iicro.s the St. Lawrence at Montreal. had n long, bony face, blotched with The most ornate bridge In the world red and scanty hair of a dirty yellow Is the Tower bridge across the Thames. color. His hollow eyes gleamed un- In fac-t- . it is crhaps the most beautiful der thick, reddish eyebrows, but were bridge in existence. It is unique, too, furtive and restless, never looking In that it Is both a girder bridge mid n straight at any one save by stealth. suspension bridge and Is also like the "That is a bad man," declared Na- ancient drawbridges of romance. poleon when be had seen him. "His Its cost was 1,500.000. which Is Just eye as he examined me was like a about half the amount the Forth bridge hyena's caught In a trap." cost. London Chronicle. ia DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... J ' , ' The Japanese havo an easier time than their confreres lu Europe. Crime lu the laud of the chrysanthemum Is almost limited to theft and eases of bodily harm resulting from street brawls. It Is next to Impossible, the chief of the Tokyo police says, for a murder to be committed without some one hearing of It at the moment. This Is due to the fact that the houses are composed of paper ami bamboo, so any noise In a house occasioned by robbers or assassins would not fall to attract the attention of neighbors. Dundee Advertiser. No Hope For Them. "Some folks fuss with the world be-- ! cause It won't turn to look at them," says a Georgia philosopher, "but If It should stop to hear their couiplelnts they'd soon be fussing because It doesn't talk back. There's no pleas-- ' lug them this side of heaven, and even up there the angels wouldn't know At how to make 'em feel at home lauta Constitution. DENTIST Office Hours: filirK'n, A,"n?iW,nB Irvlngton, Ky. EARS 3322 KBXY BEKO, : j ! 1. : -- .. : i: 1- - -'-V:-i,.JI.l i jtf .Iwlsr'-mtrrd- trails. C--- xtj reneny Utirc: f.l t. c we: !. riocpfog cwaaj(U iy "CiTY CF -" r -- : i F7-- .y "CY to Kev. 1C&-VU7- OF ELTrAlO" !j ! 8 k CLLVFLr. ju'i tirUi I :ir - ?1 LD 1. r' .J A.M. A" vi...tik't.tl Taken at His Word. (after marriage) What'. Ton have no fortune? You said over and over again that you were afraid some one would marry you for your monej She Yes. and you said over and over nguln that you would be happy with me if I hadn't a cent Well. I haven't a cent He Too Busy. "When a cook is making tier bread she Is unlike the rest of the world In one particular." JifcM! t ri'cnt io. t...M y rdorwl y or.nl fur i ft .0 rli ' -- t, t A BjrtaMeGreen-Houses.Bo- ( ked sash and Silos "What Is that?" "She docs not want her friends to come to her in her hour of knead." Baltimore Amorlisin. Good actions ennoble us, and we urn the sons of our ovui deeds. Cervantes. Provlslou for others Is a fundamental responsibility of human life, W'oodrow Wilson. Porvarted Proverbs. Strike while the ire Is hot. The morn waist the less speed A thrown kiss spreads no germs. One swallow doesn't make a supper. It's a long loan that has no return- 1L ALFRED STRICK CO. CYPRESS CREEN-HOUSE AND TANKS MATERIAL Qf) ffilifl P LUMBER & MILL WORK LOUISV1LLEJKY. m mum m "Send for Catalogue. Live Local Agent Wanted." XSTSSSil TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in renewing your Plciice exiimini) the label on your paper. If your .subscription is due, the Kditor will ttppreciato payment. sub-cnptio- n. a ing. than to be given away. A little change lu the pocket Is worth two changes In the weather. Boston Transcript. It Her Retort. Husband (at breakfast) Oh, for some of the biscuit my mother used to make! Wlfo isweelly) I'm sorry you can't have them. dear. They would be Just about ntale enough by this time to go quite well with that remark. 1ml! Is more blessed to give RENEWAL ORDER TIIK 1MKCKKNKIDGE XKWS, Knclo.-c- d Ci.ovintfoitT, Ky. .. , find $ which apply to my sub auapolls Star. Rubber Trees. India rubber trees which aro tapped every other day continue to yield sap for more than twenty years, and the ldest and most frequently tapped trees the richest sap. Agreed, kissed her suddenly. "Well. I like that!" she cried. "So do I," lie answered, and sliu let scription account. Namk AMHtKSS J lie Hamlctt Insane Says Hardin Cunty Jury. A Visitor From Texas. Miss Sibyl Mattinaly, of Marshall, Texas, is tipeudinx a month In Ken- Hardin County Court nt Hllznbetlitown Monday morning adHow It Happened. U.irksdnltj Hiimlett, former "Strange oue of your twins Is blonu judged State Superintendent of Public InstrucIs a brunette." nud tho other miud, and was sent "Well, wo never could afford a maid, tion, of unsound Asylum. I washed one child and my husband to Lakeland wushed tho other, and that 0110 grow Water at Gibraltar. up fiark." Louisville Courier-JournaTliero Is so llttlo water on tbe rock of Gibraltar tbat tbo aupply la InTty a Want Ad. Today creased by condensing dew. jury In tlie l. t pi at tlr.et. tucky visiting relatives. Last week-Mis-s Mattingl)' was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Carl llenton, ut her home at 1305 First street In Louisville, and will visit her grandmother, Mrs. O. It. in Cloverport, soon. She is tho guest of Mr. Frulze Mattlngly in this week, MlbS Mattlngly Is an attractive young girl and a pleasant visitor. Mnt-tlugl- y, t V RENOMINATED AT ST. LOUIS BY DEMOCRATS Do your t't ffiW ... ' ; Irtmrnrnm? Duty. The MaivVith Money has his family ff v protected. He has mades Our Trasl Company "Do It today Do hisTrqtee Photo by American Press Association. VICE loss-cuu-in- PRESIDENT I THOMAS R. MARSHALL tomorrow never comes." you realize what might happen to those dependent on you if you should die and your estate be mismanaged? This cannot happen If you make our Trust Company, executors of your will and trustees of your estate. jWe are under Bonds to the State to administer your estate as your will directs and our accounts are audited by State authorities. ""Make us your executors. Then you will be free from worry. Our Trust Company Is Capable, Reliable and Permanent. Total Kesources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. rious In.-s- cs cattle diseases of ho West, tttid thus preventing the se of the pii!t. Don't let youi subscription drag. Wo need even- dollar wc can is costing us jn.--t pet now to keep up with the price of paper. It double what it formerly did. Examine your label and see how you stand. If you owe us, kindly send check. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Photo by American Press Association PRESIDENT W00DR0W WILSON. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN I). BABBAfiH. Oiled paper has been found to be an exccljent material for packing tree seedlings, when shipped in crato. When crates are not burlap makes a particularly satisfactory wrapper. used, paper-lined W. LUMBER Sash, Doors, Columns, Millwork We will figure Quick and Ship Quick! We will j2 , Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 the Breckcnridge News correspondents hould make them as short and brief as possible. Write only about the good things. In preparing items-fo-r figure Right and Ship Right! 1916 the South alone to produce twenty thousand tons of paper It - estimated that there is enough waste from the sawmills of i- 5gi S- Complete Bills for Residence, Cottage, Barn - ig ti day. Call, Write, 'Phone tjjj EIGHT Cards of Thanks over 5 AGES. How much more beauty God has made than human eyes can see I IBS if iXtt Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. T AND lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. SOCIAL ITEMS Banquet to be Given by Men's DOES POLITICS PAY When you leave a profession, or the farm, and step into the spidcr's.web of politics, you are lost. Take the case of Bark-dal- e Hamlett for an example. He was an educator of note, but he left his profession and entered politics. He served tho State four years as Superintendent of Public Instruction, and after tasting the "sweets," he became a candidate for Secretary of State, and of defeated. Then came the climax for Hamlett. One misfortune was after another pursued him until he was broken in health, as well as purse. Last week he was adjudged insane and ordered taken to Lakeland. We know of many cases in this county where politics has ruined the man financially. Now as to the farmer entering politics don't do it. Stay on tho farm where happiness abounds, and health and wealth gambol with the gods of plenty, llaiso big fat cattle and hogs, and let vour fcrtlo fields groan with wheat and corn, clover and alfalfa. And when the golden harvest arrives, from tho fruits of honest toil and clean living, and the shades of evening gather about you, may you be pillowed upon the bosom of plenty and rocked to sleep within the tender arms of peace. ofiice-holdin- Bible Class. Foote-Hardaw- Many Attend Wedding Party Fishing Saturday. Given Thursday. daughter, Francis McGlothlan, spent in Fordsville. the week-end Prof. Arthur Ater left Friday for Bowling Green to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson and Mrs. Adele Connlff was in Louisville Monday. Jessie Ashcrdft is visiting Mr. and Mn. J. G. Anderson atGuston. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schindler visited Mr. and Mrs. John Livers at Basin THE ADVANTAGES OF A COUNTRY BOY. Tho country boy is more apt to make good in life's battles than the boy who is raised in the city. If you should take a census of the men occupying prominent positions, you would lind that tho majority of these men were born and raised in tho country. The reason a country boy oxcelU his city brother js simple enough. He has fewer advantages, and when an opportunity presents itself ho takes advantage of it, whorcits tho city brothers generally neglect these same opportunities. Tho country schools are not as good as those in tho city, generally tho country boy is not a ready talker and moro awkward, yet with till these handicaps ho comes to tho city and wins tho race for success. Tho reason ho succeeds is, that ho knows how to work, that ho is willing to work, that ho is looking for work. Ho is ambitious, and his very ignorance makes him thorough, while the city fellow depends upon the knowledge of his city ways to carry him over. Earnest, intelligent steadfast work will win. dollars in cash, you have a little If you chance to have thirty-livthan your share of the actual coin of our realm. If all the moio e monoy in tho United States were equally divided, everybody within ith conlinos would have ;H.72as their share. Tho Treasurer of tho United States is authority for this statement, and ho should know, for ho keeps an account of till tho monoy in circulation. Prices of staple foods in tho United States increased on an average of 1 por cent, from February IB, to March IB, last. Figures published show that all meat prices increased, us did tho price of sugar. Fgga, milk, Hour and potatoes wero cheaper. Prices advanced 8 por cent, during tho year from March 11)15, to March 191(5. The valuo of livo stock dying from diseabc nn tho National ranges in 1915, was less than .$200,000. A majority of tho ono of the chief are now vuccinating their stock for black-log- , Springs last week. Allen Crlder arrived Friday from Aurora, 111. He has accepted a position with the h , H. & St. L. R. R. Co. Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain is home from an extended trip to New lork and Cleveland. Milton Green, J. F. Mesdames Lyons, C. F. Hawes, Dale Smith and Board: Messrs. H. F. Alexander, Dale Smith and Dr. L. B. Moreuian were It. Louisville last week. Miss Helen Meadow, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of Mr. and Rfrs. Fred Sad enwater. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Blaln and children, of Deland. Fla., are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Iilggs. Mesdames Manuel Brooks and James Bolln shapercned the young people on a fishing trip Thursday in honor of Miss Artie Crow. V. T. 1'enlck, of Custer, has been the eucst of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen and George Plggott left Friday for Indianapolis. Mrs. Wathen will visit lu New York bofore returning home. Mrs. John Musselmau left Saturday for LouUville to visit her daughter, Mrs. Bud Tinker. Mrs. Nail McCllutlck, of Louisville, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Cornwall. Miss Catherine Cox, of Oakland, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Newsoiu Gardner. Mrs. Kd McAfee spent Saturday in Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, of New Albany, and Albert Moreman, of Brandenburg, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moreman. Mr. and Mrs. Qlllle Dowell and son, Kobert Taylor, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Crldor. The Irvington Sunday schools will unite In celebration of picnic July 4. A patriotic program will be arranged. Miss Irene Carnegie entertained the younger set Friday afternoon, the occasion being her tenth birthday. Floyd Carter, of Cloverpjrt, visited at Basin Springs Mrs. A. T. Adkins and children with Mrs. J. B. spent the week-enSmart near Cloverport. Miss Eliza Plggott returned Saturday from Blue Ridge, N. O. Mrs. Bailey Waller has returned to Hopklnsvllle, after a visit with relatives here. Mrs. Arthur Ater and daughter left Friday for Lodiburg to visit Mrs, J. H. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Bircher, of Hartford, were here Saturday en route to Brandenburg, where they will reside in the future. Mrs. M. Brandenburg has returned from a visit with relatives at Tip Top. d M FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager jgj TRY A WANT AD TODAY We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth Money To You Bin p p Sacks of any each 24 and 48-lof our flour. This is a Profit-- S sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your&rocer about it. b. LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Miss Lottie Bandy, of spent the week-enwith Mrs. J. Sipes. Miss Artie Crow left her home In Eldora, 111. companied to Kvansville Mrs. Manuel Brooks. d Hardlnsburg, her mother, NOTICE TO HOLDERS Saturday for She was acby her aunt, OF SINKING FUND BONDS OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY not forget the recital Friday at the Methodist church. Miss Mary Nevitt Is entertaining extensively for her visitors, Misses Susie Dagmar Stelnert, Chicago, O'Bryan, Mooleyvllle, J. H. O'Bryan and Fred Burch, Mooleyvllle. Misses Mary Alexander,' Guedry Bramlette, Essie Kendall, Angle Gibson, Kuth Marshall; Mesdames Nell Marshall and T. J. Wade; Messrs. Lewis liennet Moremen and J. D. Lyddan attended the wedding at Bewleyvllle Saturday. Do evening Tile holders of the above bonds are hereby notified that AI.I BONDS of this description have been called for payment and if not presented for payment interest will cease on the same. The holders of the above bonds are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned at the Hank of Mnnlinsburg & Trust Co , Hardiusburn, Ky., for payment. PAUL COMPTON, Treasurer of Breckinridge County Foote-IIardawa- y J. X. HOBEN HARDINSBURG, KY. The Men's Bible Class of the Methodist church will give a banquet June 30. Funeral Director and Embalmer I will handle work in this lino anywhere in Breckinridge county and at reasonahlo rates. CASKETS, ltOBHS and liUKIAL SUITS of ull kinds will bo found at my establishment at Second and Court Streets. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mondav In Louisville. may Hrite spent Passing the Word. f wo not believe hear, but we don't liesltatu to tell it all. rhllndelphin Tcleruph. Wc one-hal- HARNHD Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Milner, of Madrid, wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Milner last week. t Mrs. Annie Matthews, who has been quite ill, is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Pile were the guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Richard Black, Sunday. I. D. Milner was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. C. M. Aldridge, Sunday. A. T. Maoy was tho guest of his father, Jesse Macy, Sunday. Rev. R. L. Johnson filled his regular appointment Sunday, Tice McCoy, Curt McCoy and Clarence Beaucharap, of McCoy, hauled some hogs here last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shrewsbery and Mrs. Emily Smith, of Mook, were the guests of Mrs. George Crane last week Mrs. Jesse I'arks was the guest Ofu Mrs. Arch Weatherford Saturday and Sunday. Garfield Tucker and family, of Cloverport, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Watts last week. T5hc Breckenridgo News 21, 1910 Ivy WEDNESDAY, JUNE D in riTrn WOMAN'S CLUB a r THE TOWN SLOUCH By ELLIS M. CLARICE. Entered at tho I'oitOrlllcentCloTorport, as second cuss matter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE At Methodist Church, Irvington, Kentucky Friday, Junk 23, 1916 li ft ft Si JV. o, Picnickers m $ Autos ' t t PROGRAM tjX NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES jRANCHES UE! Hyri Rati Ave Mnrin Kondino Sunset Hutoy . Miss Ruth Jones Schubert lriu Kteisler liuck Here is gj jjjjj just FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS A what is needed t 3.00 For Precinct and city Offices t G.OO For County Offices For State and District Offices....? 16.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per. line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression .10 of individual views per line Train Schedule on Spirit Mower... , Miss Mary Dowling Marks Campbell-Tipto- n foryouroiitingr MAPLEWARE All dishes A Ilanjo Song l Sidney Homer ., Caprice Viennois Wiegenlied Mbcsfrend 1'ritz Kreisler Schubert Fritz Kreisler Miss Ruth Jones Mnry Turner Salter James I Dunn Mary Turner Salter Saint-Suen- IA Cy Cawkins Is Friendly With PoliceHo Likes Association men. With LUNCH one-niece SET"! The L, H. & St. L. R'y. The Cry of Rachel The Bitterness of Love Rose Drcam'd She was a Lily Miss Mary Dowling Marks Still Life. Effective September 19, 1915. No. 112 Introduction and Rondo Capricciose Ruth Jones Farewell Ye Hills (Jeanne d'Arc) by Miss Mary Dowling Marks Minunet litude in I) Flat March Mignon Waltz in 15 Major Across the Steppe Miss Julia Lyon What business lias your neighbor To own n garden spot, An' thus compel confinement Of your chickens to your lot? s Arriving Iiulsvllle No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnc iMlnRtpn Arriving I,oulsvlllo No. 146 will leavcClovcroort.. ArrlvltiR Irvlnston No. 141 EAST nOONI) will loavp Clovi-rpor- t Arriving IrvlnRtnri Tcharkovsky Saint-Saen- When a feller enjoys work It ain't tfork. You'd tever hear of some foller they didn't dres Ion I. If Is.1 made from jj Sugar riaplc, will not. wilt or leak; are strong gj and sanitary. A lunch set of this kind con- - jSj ID sists of Plates, Salad and Sandwich Platters, & ijg; uanuy oiue uisnes, ui ant! Pepper Dishes, Spoons, Wood Fiber Napkins and Table & W W covers. All iop i5c. Jfi! fB .. A, I0:lfi A 12:10 1 4:52 I M. 5:48 7:40 1 5:07 A. 5:51 A, !)!15 Si t Are appropriate tor ali in tlie Auto or Motor Hoar. Mt-cn- nu-al- s Keep a set s I. . I,ist ...I'oldini Moszkowski 10- 5.1 A.M. .. 12:04 I'. M. Arrlvlna uwonsboro ... ..li:5 I. M. Arriving Ilenderum :23 I'. M. Arriving Evnnsvillo 7.40 P.M. Arriving St. Louis 7:09 P.M. .. No. 143 will leave Cloverport 7:301'. M. Arriving Huwrsvllle 8:18 P.M. Arriving Owensboro - 51 P.M. Cloverport No. 145 will leave 12:5s A.M. -ArrlvlngOwenslioro 1:4SA.M. Arriving Henderson 2:15 A. M. Arriving Evnnsvillo 7:40 A. M. Arriving fct. Louis 0:30 A. M. No. 117 will leave Cloverport .. 7:4(1 A. M, ArrlvlngOwenslioro. . .11:00 A.M. Arriving Henderson . .. WEST HOUND jjjjj will leave Cloverpor- t- ......Schytte v?J 7Z J C. TO RO. tft 1 ?Z Z 'lw- - 11- . elbow. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Sim Brown, Jr., a boy June 18. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Stephenson are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bosley, at Chenault. Skillman, in Louisville. Hobort Hammon, of Cloverport, will Mrs. Frank White has returned from About People who Live in Cloverport, Bloomington, Ind , where she spent spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Those who Travel and Those who several weeks with her husband. P. D. Hawkins. lj C 111 iwtuw H. C. Haddock, of Webster, was the Miss Lou Mrs E. L. Robertson and Church and Society Notes Inise Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent sev- guest of J. W. French Monday. cluded. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly were eral days in Louisville last week. guests of relatives at The Baptist Sunday school has post the week-enHarry Hambleton is suffering with a poned the picnic, which was announced Kirk. Rev. H. C. Jarboe, of Kingswood, lor Thursday. Date will be unnounced sprained wrist. and S. B. Brown were here several days visited later. of Louisville, Tom Ferry, Miss Jessie Catherine Plank has re last week attending the meeting. here last week. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins and grand Owensboro turned to her home in Owensboto ufter MisH Fannie Smith was in being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie son, Baynard, returned Irom llardins Monday shopping. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Esther Pavne. Mrs. Paul Compton and daughter, Miss Pauline, went to Louisville Monday shopping. Mrs. G. W. Walters and little son, of Hodgenville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs C. S. Martin. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and little son spent several days last week in Louis ville with relatives. Miss Margaret SUillm.an has returned from a visit with her brother, James T. Louisville, returned home with their auut, Mrs. W. J. Schopp, to spend the summer. MUs Amy Habsrer is In Louisville this week. Little Jano Waggoner fell one day last week and broke her arm near the Notb- - AdrertlM-rplmv notlfi whin you want advi'iUM-iur- ?ls .1. CLOVERPORT, KY. ADVERTISE Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this Column 'one cent per word For Sale Surrey COIl PALK Stirrt-y- , cixxl lis new; sell fur ( iish or tr.ido fur fri'sh row.- - Mr.Kiurllsh. Cloverport, Ky. - Stray Notice lio-i- t stray. TAKEN up iisnCHtne to my weighing nlnru farm April Hi h. No marks. Owner can cet Mioui hy provlwr property and niiylng for ailvcr Mint mid fur A. Si. Squirts. Il.irilliisliiirr. Ky Home. No, -- . d For Sale large and Small Farms C(IK SALIC--niitnlur nf aril small 1 farms: 50 lo CiWai-rreach. Tor part leu liirs wrlto Win. Adlilsvin. Ilarillnshurir. ICv . or JiunuN I). Si aton. Oiovefport. Ky. lnr-fns LJUDSON MAXIM, plea in international auth only on arms and ammunition makes an earnest, patriotic THE BATTILPu CRY OF PEACE strings Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 56-.- Knight Templars. Mrs. Logan Hickerson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Brack and children, of Sample, spent Sunday with Mrs. E who have been at the Tar Springs for a J. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham returned month, returned to their home at tne wm. Gardner Hawkins, who has Monday from a vis't in Owensboro. Falls of Rough Monday. been attending Bethel College at Rns T. I. Tllford found a silver dime in "J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hinton and chil- sellville, returned Thursday and will his garden last week coined in 1773. dren have returned to their home at spend the summer at home. Lost Small coral lava pin, with gold Axtel, after being the guests of Mrs. Mrs. Lorfnle Taul and children, of band around it. Mrs. J. H. Rowland Evansville, Ind., were guests of Bro. Hinton's father, R. M. Crenshaw. Mrs. Milt Matheny and daughters Walker and wife last week. Alvin Simons and childten, Cisseli went to Louisville Saturday shopping Misses Alice Smith and Ruth GalHenry May, have gone to Louisand loway, of Kingswood, are visiting Mrs. B. Y. P. U. services Sunday evening ville, Lexington and Cincinnati before will be in charge of Miss Claudia Pate returning to their home at Denver, Col. Wm Chenault. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Haraman have Miss Esther Dowell, of New Bethel, The friends of Mrs. Nannie Ferry Is the guest of Rev. C. B. Gentry and gone to Louisville to make their home. will be sorry to learn that she is very wife. Mrs. J. B. Randall returned Saturday ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred from an extended visit to relatives in Ferry 214 Woodbine Avenue in Lou u. w. I'owell and son, Ulilloru, were at in Louisville Monday. Ohio. isville. Mr. R. F. Gardner died at the Lake June Lawson will have charge of the land Aslum Sunday morning, having Epworth League services Sunday eve STEPHENSPORT. ning. been taken there for treatment a few days ago. He has been ill since the Miss Susie O'Brien, of Mooleyville, is John B. Barbeo left for St. Louis death of his wife, which occurred the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Pop a year ago. He leaves one daughter, Friday. ham. tree, Ky., was Dr. G. E. Shivelv was in Louisville Mrs. Eugene Conner. His remains ar Miss Acnes Fr els. of rived here Sunday night and will be in town sr.onniue several days last Wednesday. entered in the cemetery at Rome. Ind., week. Miss Grace T. Wright was the week Monday afternoon. Chas. Drury, of Bewleyville, was the end iruest of Miss Esther Payne at truest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cloverport. Carter. Master James Enelish, of Ammons, W00DR0W. Miss Stella Ball, of Hardinsburg, is spent last week with his grandmother, visiting her aunt, Mrs. .Millard Frank, Mrs. A. C. Crawford. Where there Is no wood at Holt. Miss Eva Basham was the guest of The fire goeth out! Where there is no Miss Grace T. Wright, of Stephens Mrs. Win. Gilbert last week. The strife ceað. oort. was the guest last week of Miss Miss Marlon Dlx, Miss Lelia-- t B. Hawkins and brother, Gardner, were truosts of 'Miss Lucille Hardin at Holt Miss Esther Milbourne was the weekSuuday. end guest of her cousin, Miss Ruth Mrs. A. L. Lewis was in Louisville Frank. last week. Burrell Brown and family were Sun Mr. and Mrs. Herman, of Tell City, day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ind., spent Sunday with her parents, Brown. is a cleanly habit, hut we all see Mr. and Mrs. J. Haynes, near Union Mrs, G, 11. Carmau and Miss Pearl cases of the cleanest mouths and Star, Davis were lu Hardinsburg Wednesday much caries, and often no caries in Mrs. Jas. Hall and daughter, Mary shopping. the dirtiest, we must look for a Louis, returned from Owensboro Sun Rev, Duggins, of Harned, filled his condition as our day. constitutional appointment here Sunday, and was a Mrs. G. E. Shively and daughter, dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter enemy and not a local one. Henrietta, and Miss Belva J. French Brown. were lu Louisville Monday. For Special Care Consult Misses Pearl and Ozzla Davis and Mr. Laxton, recruiting ofllcer for Messrs. Fonza Milbourne, Marshall U. S. A., is at the Bennett House for a Davis and Ruya Madison attended the A. Ice cream supper at Garfield, given by few days. DENTIST Mrs. Emma McICaughn was the the M. W. A. guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mo Miss Geo. Meador and daughter, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Kaughan in Cloverport lat week. Sylvia, were Sunday guests of Mr. and OltlM our Bank of Hirdlmburo & Trull Co. Misses Sadie and Alene Cohen, of Mrs. G. H. Carman. tale-bearer, Mrs. Chas. Hambleton is visiting relatives in Louisville. Miss Eloise Nolte returned home from Louisville Monday uiht. Mrs. Charles Avitt. of Lodiburz, was in Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. Chas. Berrv is the cuest this week of her parents at Stanley. Hugh McGavock, of Webster, was in Hardinsburg Monday on business Plank. Mrs. R. A. Pate and Mrs. Robert Wilson and children, returned Sunday from a three weeks visit to relatives in Kausas, Dr. J. R. Matthews, of Harned, He from Louisville Monday. had been attending a meeting of. the burg baturday, having spent a month Telephone with relatives, Mrs. M. F. Wedding, of Cannelton, Ind.. is the guest of Mrs. Kugene 1 his call la arms against mar touches the heart of your every emotion. It appeals to your I Cloverporl. Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at'La- sense of honor, your sense of duly as an American. It is an inspired revelation from the pen of Blackton and produced under his personal supervision. It is more than a picture. It is a great national propaganda which deals with the most important problem that has confronted this nation since the Civil War the problem of unoreparedness. Conner. Edd Smith, who has completed z business course In Lexington Univer sity, is at home for a few days. Real Estate Sold and Exchanged Deeds-- , Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. Cloverport, Kentucky W. Moorman Ditto AT THE AMERICAN THEATER LAWYER THURSDAY, JUNE 29. Office over Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Doors open at 2:30 p. m,; Continuous. Show until 11:00 p. m. Hardinsburg, Ky. Misses Lottve Whitworth and Emma Admission 23c & 35c Carman, of Garfield, were Suuday guests of Miss Lulu Mae Carman. Misses Kuna Board, Jacye and Luia Lyons; Messrs. Earl Board, Kichard Bruner and Alfred Mitcham, of Forest Glade, attended church here Sunday afternoon. Miss flattye Carman was the pleas ant guest of Miss Cecil Sipes Sunday J. B. Carman was in Custer Saturday on business. WE ARE NOW READY Willi Our New Shop to Receive and Contract I H FOR ALL CLASSES OF flACMlNE OUR WORK If GLEN DEAN. Mrs. W. C. Baylers, nee Margaret Wortham, of Louisville, visited here last week. Miss Nell Moorman left Saturday for Chicago University. J. I'. Whittlnghill, of Oklahoma City, is spending a few days with his NEW BUILDING peeinl iiiiicliuiorv for tiuick v jJ5 is thorouirhlv euuipped with new and serviceable work. OUR GENERAL REPAIR -- SHOP j&j Teeth Cleaning Dr. W. Walker father and sisters. Mrs. Jell Sprlngate spent the week OUR FOURDRY DEPARTMENT end with her sister, Mr9. Ernest can do all kinds of Castiii:, either from vour pattern or wo Eskrldge. can make, you a pattern from your drawings or blue prints, Miss Mabel Howard has returned C and at prices far less than in the larger cities. home from Bowling Green, where she -'jfe. has been In school, John W. Owen lias rheumatism. MANUFACTURING CO. CLOVERPORT BOA! Rev. Meng preached a sermon Sun SH5 day on "Living Hope," which was very much appreciated by a large Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 1 0. CLOVERPORT, KY. audience. Mrs. F. Heyser, of Deland, is here, the guest of relatives. 4V.rs. 10. P. Hrite and sou, Edward, Mr. and Mr. Abe Kroner, and Mr and spent Saturday and Sunday here and LOCUST HILL. Mrs I.oii Carman, of Ciurfield, were the attended church. quests of Mr pud Mrs Jack Dyer SunMr. and Mrs. U. E. Harlow spent J. W. Davis and il.iiilitt-r- , Miss Annie day, Sunday with his father, Koht. Harlow, Mrs, Mat WiUou has returned from 11 , spent a few days last week at Custon, Black Lick. Gustou, where slie visited her brother, C, Moorman, our insurance the jjaests of his brother, Henry Davis W. Hev, Phillips, of Kingswood, is eon- - Henry Davis, and family. ageut, went to Chicago this week on ducting a revival ut the Methodist ' Mrs. Wilbur Kutlcr and little daughbusiness. ter left Suuday morning for Illinois to church. An Aviation Question. loin her husband, They will make their Mr. and Mrs, l'red Davis were the future home there. character lu tho Blblo ought to What guests of her sister, Mrs. l'hiuis Smiley, know most about flying? Koscoe Davis has returned from Lou. Avon ouguu at west View buuday. tsville, is ready for all kinds of repair work Automohilc, Gas and Steam 'Knrinc., Tank Work, Kami Machinery of nil kinds. Work. ' Gaoline Houls and General Hlack-mit- h fj 8 I DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS THESE SMATUERTMEAT- MaLl X Oh IflCAUi THE TDUKS HAVE The fiT 7-f& there aro real things to be attended to AUJNC I , 'tSa'tW .ir?M voo . VJ l?6', rfQTnNC THQVna V gT NOT I 1 BBb!n ''7v.4 . Lf - mll DENMARK yf1 f IP ABIUITN To SHOW -ILLS SACRED The Palae - RADIANT It HEAT. STOMACH TOOTH OF BUDDHA. ONCE A POWER. Heat, but Only a Form of Wave Motion. When a Are Is lighted it throws off what wo call heat rays or waves. These waves are very much like the wuves of light which come from a light or Are or the air waves which produce Bounds. The rays of light and heat which come from tho sun are like the rays of light and heat from a (Ire. Ucat Is of two kinds heat proper, which Is resident In the body, and radiant heat, which Is the kind which comes to us from the sun or from a Drc. This radiant heat is not heat at all, but a form of wave motion thrown out by the vibrations In the ether. The heat we feel Is the, sensation produced upon our skins when It comes In contact with the waves created by the lire. Heat was formerly thought to bo nn actual substance, but wo know now that radiant heat Is known to be the energy of heat transferred to the ether which lllls all of space nnd Is In nil bodies also. The hot body sets the par. tides of ether in vibration, and this vibrating motion In the form of waves travels In all directions. When these vibrations strike against our skin they produce a heat sensation. Striking other objects these vibrations may produce Instead of a heat sensation either chemical action or luminosity. This Is determined by the length of the vibratory rays in each case. Philadelphia Pres. li Not Ral Growing Hogs. For a hceto be profitable ho muit be kept eroninc from birth to marke'inc aee. He cannot be profitable unless ne is healthy. lie can always be in a profit producing condition if he is fed 13. We A. Thomas' Ilcg Powder. positively tell that this remedy prevents cholera, removes worms and cures Catarrh, which begins in the head and thumps. If the powder does not make extends through the throat to the Vor sale at Wedding's stomach, is the usual form in which good, we will. Drug Store. The stomach trouble is contracted. delicate mucous membrane lining of the coated fiom catarrhal WHEN A SHIP TURNS TURTLE. stomach becomes Infood otnnot digest. stead, it ferments, forming gases, and is Often the Bottom of the Vessel la the cause of intense pains in the stomach Blown Out as She Goes Down. Constipation To "turn turtle" means In nautical nnd abdomen after eating language that a ship rolls too heavily, usually follows and wrecks the entire falls to recover herself and nfter a nervous system. brief period on her beam ends turns Tlie victim of stomach trouble betopsy turvy, so that her keel points comes nervous, melancholy, has an ir akywnrd. Then, of course, she goes regular appetite, and attacks of headdown. Frequently the compressed air Im- aches. Often the eyesight becomes afprisoned In her hull blows her bottom fected in cases of stomach disorder out ns she goes down, or If she Is a Relief can be found in Tanlac, the ideal teamcr her boilers burst, with similar reconstructive tonic, appetizer, invigor-nn- t results. and rebuilder of torn down tissues. As a rule, ships turn turtle because Tanlac is being especially introduced they are burdened with too much "top hamper" or from lack of sulllclent bal. in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, nnd in Stephensport at Shellman's Drug last or both causes combined. Itarcly does It happen that there are Store, where the Tanlac Men explain its ony survivors, but there Is one notable merits. exception In the case of the battleship Captain, which was lost after this fash. He Got Valuable Information. Ion In the bay of Iilseuy. In her case The story Is told of the times of exactly three minutes elapsed from the Arctas Uiood and the old Manchester time she llrst turned turtlu until she locomotive works that a student caino Anally sank, and forty of her crew of to Mr. Iilood once nnd wanted to study 500 men clambered up her side as she the business of locomotive building In rolled over and on to her keel. Of his vacation days. The student came these eighteen men were eventually well recommended, and Mr. Iilood, rescued and were able to describe later who never had much use for these on precisely what occurred. Pearson's "tech" people, sent him down to tho Weekly. boiler shop and placed him In charge of the old foreman. The old mnn tool; tho "tech" man mound, nnd In tho Slomach Troubles coureo of the Inspection of the shop and Constipation. they camo across one boiler on the Inside of which was a man at work. "I low does that man get out?" In"I will cheerfully say that Chamber Iain's Tablets are the most satisfactory quired the "tech" man. "Oh," said tho venerable pilot, "ho remedy for stomach troubles and con- doesn't get out. We nlways count upon losing nt least one man In buildstipation that I have sold In thirty-fou- r years' drug store service," writes S. ing a boiler." Manchester Guardian. H. Murphy, druggist, Wellsburg, N. Y Watch the Lice Obtainable everywhere. How Cold Plate Is Made There Is practically no solid gold plate. Tho so called gold plate services nre silver gilt, ami only a few pieces of puie gold arc owned by the Kng-llscrown or uuy other crown. It may luu roht our renders to learn hw this Are. mercurial or wuler gliding for It la known by all of these three name Is done. Pure gold and mercury aro mixed Into a paste. The silver article to be gilded has been lieiulr,illy denned, Is rubbed all over witli this paste, which has been placed in u sill; bag. Just ax the blue used In washing Is ait lu u bug. When tho pleco of plate has been rubbed over It Is perfectly white. It is then put Into an oven, and gradually tho mercury goes off in fumes, leaving on tho article a deposit of pure gold, which has practically become one with tho pleco of silver and will last for centuries. New York Post. h In Ceylon In Which Thia Relic It Preserved. ENDANGER RACE At all times of the year In Handy, Ceylon, may be seen followers of Bud-dimaking their way to tho great Organ Called Hotbed of Disease Maulgawa temple, tho "Paiaco of Vbn Sacred Tooth," lu order to lay offerby Medical Authorities. ings nnd flowers nt the shrluo of the founder of their religion. Entering tho temple, they pass Into It is generally conceded by medical n small room, some twelve feet square, authorities that considerably over one-ha- In which is kept the famous tooth o of the population of the United Buddha. The chamber Is lighted by States is suffering from one ailment or two lamps which have not been alanother, nnd of tills great number of suf- lowed to go out for years. The walls fering people the majority portion are are splendidly decorated, and the vessel called tho Knrundun containing victims of stomach trouble. on a massive silver Through many years of practical ex- the tooth stands table amidst n gorgeous array of Jewknowlperiments, with the past medical els and other valuable gifts. edge of Huropeau chemists nt his dispo The Knrundun Is draped with mussal, Joseph Von Trimbach, the noted lin, beneath which Is a. silver dome chemist and health authority, discovered studded with gems, and under tills Is The n dome of gold, bcnutlfully carted and the for inula now known as Tanlac ' ingredients for this Master Medicine Hterallv incmstcJ with precious stone's. were gathered from the remotest parts of Two similar coverings lie below them, the world. Tanlac is purely a vegetable nnd beneath these Is n small case of on leaves of a gold lotus product and is compounded from roots, gold, In which reposes the tooth itself. This relic, herbs, flowers anil barks which have carefully guarded. Is seldom seen by been tested for their theiapeutic proper- others than priests. ties. He now firmly believes he has So much In reverence Is the tooth found the solution to the grae problem, held that to lay an offering to IJuddha which lias become an important one for on the table bearing It Is an ambition the present and future of our great race. which every ltuddlilst would not fall to That there is no question as to the gratify it circumstances permitted. merit of Tanlac is demonstrated by the Pearson's Weekly. thousands of testimonials to the benefits derived from this wonderful reconstructTo the Public. ive tonic which are voluntarily given by "I have been using Chamberlain's men and women in all walks oi life and Tablets for indigestion for the past from every section. "Modern ills," the title under which ' .six months, and it atlords me pleasure stomach troubles and its complications to say I have n;ver used a remedy that are now u usually classed, is ruining the idid me so much good. Mrs. C. K. Chamberlain s lives of a vast army of people every year. Riley, lliion, N. Y. lf ; When the Tiny Kingdom Conquered and Ruled Great Britain. Among the llttlo nations of Europo there Is one that Is seldom mentioned, except when some vessel contrives to thread Us dangerous way through the L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Liehtnine Tor- I Skagerrack und Cattegat. Then Denmark comics Into tho daily news. Did you know that Great llrltaln was once ruled from the capital of this tiny and I conquest remote kingdom? It has been almost 000 years since the stalwart Canute completed tho nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CHAIRMAN WILLIAM F. M'COMBS. Tablets are obtainable everywhere. Origin of the Cannon. It Is u curious fact that the flrst can-na- n was cast at Venice. It was called i "bombard" and was invented and employed by Geueral Pisanl In a war against the Genoese. The original bombard, whicli bears the date of 13S0, Is Mill preserved and stands at the foot of Plsuiil's statue nt the arsenal. The bombard threw a stone a hundred pounds in weight, but another Venetian general. Francisco Iiartle. Improved It until he was able to handle a charge of rock and bowlders weighing 3,000 pounds. It proved disastrous to him. however, for one day during the siege of Zarn while he was operating his terrible engine he was hurled by It over the walls and Instantly killed. Forethought. People are learning that a little forethought often saves them a bit' expense. Here is an Instance: E. W. Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do not believe that our family has been without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy since we commenced keeping house years ago. When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable everywhere. King of England and France. In the first year of tho nineteenth century the king of England still boro tho title of king of Prance. It was on Nov. fi, 1S00, that the privy council, In consequence of the Irish union, decided that the royal stylo and title should be changed from "George III., by tho gruco of God. of Great llrltaln. Franco and Ireland, King, Defender of tho Faith," to "George III., by the grace of God, cf the United Kingdom or Great I!r!t.Hn and Ireland, King, Defender of tho Faith." Tho abandonment of tho title of "king of France" On chicks. These parasites sap the led to England's foreign olllcial correvery life blood out of them. Dust the spondence being curried on In English hen at night with B. A. Thomas' Instead of French. London Spectator. I.ouso Killer and your troubles are England's Coldest Days. ended. It also kills bugs on cucumber, In his diary for March, 1I558, John tomato, and squash vines. We sell It to you and if it does not make L'ooil, Evelyn records that tho weather bad been "tho severest that any man alive we will. For sale at Wedding's Drug had known In England. Tho crows' Store. feet wero frozen to their prey. Islands of Ico Inclosed both Ash und fowl frozMado a Part For Hor. en, and Konio persons lu their boats." Dion Iinticicault when his llrst play, For March 1007, ho chronicles, "Great "London Assurance," was accepted by frosts, prodigious ut tho vernal equitho manager of Covent Gulden, Lounox." London Chronicle. don, refuted to havu the play produced lu the original version because It gave no part tu Mrs. Ncsblt, an uctress for BvwuvimiMtumuuvumnI arc tucv vmmo' whom ho had conceived a high boyish ' Infatuation, and rewrote the wholo Have a heart that never hard, i work in an Incredibly short timo so us ens, and a tamper that never J to supply her with tho rolo be wished. tlrta, and a touch that never 4 ""' Subscribe Today hurttw Charlea Dickens. Sale Stable magne established the buffer state, known ns the Danish Mark, on his Hardinsburg, : Ky. northern frontier, the Danes have been WORK IS HEALTH. a powerful seafaring people, emerging Idleness la Often tho Cause of Human from piracy into legitimate commerce. When the old princely lino died out a Disease and Decay. was InWork Is not the curso nor the afllic-tlo- n princo of Schleswlg-nolsteithat some people think It H; When vited to tho Danish throne, nnd In 1GG1 taken In proper doses it Is the best of the clergy combined with the common Commercial Supplies medicines. It is now being prescribed people against tho nobility and in befor many forms of Invalidism, such as half of the king. A constitution was For the Business Man at heart disease, Iirlght's .disease, nerv- not granted until tho year 1SG0. St Louis ousness nnd particularly for Insanity This Office. The lack of work Is often tho cause of many chronic maladies, and it Is o. COURIERS. THE KING'S Standard series duplicate order wise physician who can determine books with carbon paper 150 leaves when one needs work Instead of rest England'8 "Silver Greyhounds" Have Price 25c and In prescribing tho remedy produce Hard Work and Poor Pay. no unpleasant situations. Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves The most exciting Job that can be About the most uuhealthful person, held in the United Kingdom is that of price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves as well as the most unhappy nud use- king's messenger. Ho Is charged with less, Is tho person with nothing to da Price 5c tho delicate nud in war time dangerWork Is u dlspeller of fears. It Is the ous duty qf carrying important state High-grad- e Promisory Notes, 50 exercise that is ns essential to the body papers lu 'cases when it would bo eileaves; price, per book and mind as nre food and air. It is ther unwise or impossible to use the 25 Cents only when work Is curried to excess telegraph or the postal service. that it becomes injurious, as In the During war the king's messenger has Deed Covers case with food, rest nnd all good things. nearly as difficult a task as has the The Ideal of n healthy, happy life Is dispatch rider, who is actually at the Send your deeds to us to be covered no longer a world where work Is not front He must be continually on the two covers with staples forj necessary nnd life is one grand sweet lookout for spies, and it is quite within 5 Cents song of Idleness. Life is activity: in the probabilities that the steamer on the broad sense It Is work work that which he is traveling may be stopped Deeds, 3 for 10c produces and entails sacrifice. It is not by an enemy vessel and his valuable Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, need, but work in papers taken from him. less work that wo two for Owing to the fact that they wear a the right proportions and under the 5 Cents right conditions. Such work is health. badge consisting of a silver greyhound surmounted by a crown, king's mesNorth Carolina Health Bulletin. Pension Certificates, three for sengers are nicknamed "silver greyhounds," and indeed they often have 10 Cents The Oaaia of Jupiter. The oasis of Siva Is better known to imitate that breed of dog In swift12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, linas the oasis of Jupiter Amnion, one of ness and surcness of scent To qualify en, legal size, price the most famous oracles of antiquity. for a inesseugcrship many things are Tho visit of Alexnnderthe Great to this needed. The candidate must bo a man 5 Cents temple was among the most romantic of flrst rnte education, of excellent family and n good linguist. Printed Stationery including StateIncidents of his career. Ho came to Considering the qualifications rements and Sale Books. ask whether he was only tho son of quired, tho salaries of the "silver greytho mortal Philip or tho son of the Engraved cards,; 50 with new plate no means great god himself. Apparently Alex- hounds" nre by messengers large. The plate, script, price; receive renssurauce from the foreign service ander received full muneration ranging from $1,250 to 0 $1.25 oracle of bis dlvlno origin, with the a year, while those employed on promise of unbroken victory until he Printing new cards from old plate, homo service get from $CoO to $1,225 a should be token nwuy to Join the gods. year. Philadelphia ledger. loo for Aud many signs showed his superhu$1.00 man statua. Italn fell in the desert A Callous Letter Carrier. Mail orders filledjpromptly. required Just when his soldiers' thirst A woman from up state, who recentit, und when bis guides lost their way ly returned from a visit to friends in two spenkbig serpents or ravens ap- Brooklyn, remarked: peared to direct them. London Chrou-icle- . "I'm glad to get back home among my own kin nnd friends, where people Ky. ain't too busy, or too unfeeling or too Took It as a Joke. stuck up to take some Interest In one There is u story of Mr. Dlsruell ut another. tho time of his extremely bumptious "Now, thero's postolllco folks youth when he had Just returned from down lu Brooklyn!themfound 'cm actualI his travels lu the eust. As a young ly hard hearted. Would you believe It, man, much under thirty, lie met Lord brings round the letters Melbourne, who was then prime min- the man that Melbourne pro- to Mary's he's so queer and standoffish ister, ut dinner. Lord mo my husband's Gomfirn the Statements About ceeded to discourse on the eastern ques- that when ho handed D. D. D. Prescription tion, but Instead of listening to tho postal card telling me how mother had prime minister with tho respect which fell and broke her arm. bo never so CIpo. T. ItlchnrdMin. If. D. "In my ho ought young Disraeli said, "It seems much ns opened his lips to glvo mo one nnlnlnn. II. D. I). Hhuulfl ho nnnlloil in on un Immediate to mo that your lordship has taken word of sympathy! No, sir, not even raxcrtno of gklna dlseasoto excited nerves, relief 111 eana lien, soft, your knowledge of tho east from 'The enough to say, "Too bad!' "Exchange. Kootliltii;, yet a powerful agent, a strength to tlio giwrul Fyeli'm." Nights.' " Arabian Dr. Ilnna Holmes: "D. IX P. Is at Taking No Chances. Some prime ministers would have for eczema nnd the dreaded nar a aprcine qulnlnu i.nrhiIs on U for malaria. I con"I lnivo called," said tho complacent stantly pri'scrlbo snubbed the young man severely. Ird I). I). I), visitor to tho olllco of tho merchant rlnum, tetter, barber's Itch,also tor salt .Melbourne was not of that kind. Hu pimples, alt rubbed his hands with great cheerful- prince, "to obtain a statement of your forma, of Itelilni; eruptions, scales, sores." I)r. Ira T. tlabbcrt: "I freely admit ness ami said to the young mail. "And assets and liabilities." Hint I). D. I), reaches most cases of "Which of tho mercantile agencies do eczema and permanently cures them." a devilish good place to tako it froiul" Dr. OablKrt ot Caldwell, Kansas, U ono you represent'" of tbo best skin specialists In tbe state. "Neither. I 111 considering making Wrlto and ask Mm about 1). I). D. Early Symptoms. isri egigiB nro Kian to recommend tnla "I'd like to seo that olllco boy of uu iippllcntiou for your daughter's SCKitblnir. coollnif lliiuld. 2.V. sue uml Coma to us and wo will tell von mnn about hand, aud it has always been my rolo mlue thirty years from now." remeilv. Your miinev Baric to bo sure Pin right before I go abend." tills remurkablo linltln re even vnn n Ti unless the llrst it "Why so?" fcknip keeps yourskln healthy. Mc about it. Richmond "He ought to make a wonder as a Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Kyf tired business mau." Kansas City Not Vary Accomplished. Gerald My dog knows aa much as L Journal. Geraldiner-W- ny don't you set aa dog? Chicago Herald. Read our "Want Ads." Read the Want Column tho Celtic and the Saxon rulers of tho Dritish Isles. When ho bad completed his conquest and soothed tho feelings of his new subjects by marrying tho widow of their former king bo added Norway to his crown possessions. One of his successors ruled over tho whole of the Scuudftinvlnn peninsula and a large section of what Is now German and Itusslnii territory, surrounding tho Baltic sea. Today Denmark dips one hand In the Icy waters of tho north and the other In the blue gulf stream, for she rules not only Iceland and Greenland, but Santa Cruz, St Thomas and St. John, known as tho Danish West Indies. From the earliest times, when Charle- it England, expelling both Insurance. Old Reliable Comnanies y 8 Hennr Trent II. W. Trent P. L Da.lt Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I jjtf n Globe-Democr- k $2,-00- Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Factors Agree On Eczema Remedy 1 11 V Tiuics-Dlsputc- ' 4 r1 f uttered a yell and, dropping a revolver he carried in bis hand, grabbed the Viper and flung it away from him. Meanwhilo Peplta had darted back behind a corner of the station, where she was out of sight Hardman bearing the yell looked out through the window in time to see the teamster beating a retreat. He recognized the .teamster who had maltreated Peplta, but was Ignorant of the cause of his flight, holding both hands to the back of his neck. Presently Hardman saw Peplta walking nway with her basket on bcr arm as carelessly as If she had BO, object in view but the sale of her fruit. Ho called her to the window and asked ber if she knew what was the matter with the teamster. For a reply she pointed to whero the tarantula was crawling about "Well?" inquired nardman. "Senor, be come to kill you. I follow him. Just before be come to the window I put the tarantula on his neck." Hardman looked grave, no bad escaped being shot through the window . by such defense as this little Mexican girl was capable of. It was not a man's method, but it had sufficed. A mere child bad scut a strong wan a,way bowling" and saved the life of another strong man whom bo bad Intended to kill. This was too much for Hnrdman's equipoise of feeling. He reached out through tbo window, took tho girl in his arms and drew ber close to blm. years Hardman was twenty-seve-n old, and Peplta was fourteen, nad be not been a stranger to Mexico bo would have realized that a slrl of thirteen there was as developed, as one of twenty In a more northoru climate. He. caressed her lu a fatherly way, and she received bis caresses appar- - as a child. He asked her if there was not something she needed that he could give her, but she declared that there was nothing. This surprised him, for never before had ho met one of tho peasantry of the country who would decline n gift. Indeed, many of them did not even confine their acceptances to gifts. Ilanlninn sent Pcplln nwny nftcr a promise from her that she A Story of a Alcxican Oirl would not attempt thereafter to defend lilni ngalnst any attack from his enemy, but in case she suspected the By P. A. M1TCHEL man of being about to attack him at a disadvantage she might warn him. Pcpltn made the promise with as inOne afternoon Leonard Hardman, a nocent a mien as If she fully Intended young man who bad gone to Mexico to to keep It. Conscience was a matter assume a position as station agent on that did not concern her. She was a child of nature, governed entirely by a railroad, was In bis ticket and h As for n truth or a He, office wben be saw a little Mexi- her emotions. can slrl on the platform outsido sell i that was simply n mutter of requirelng fruit to persons waiting for trains. ment How she kept her promlso Is The girl might have been (If teen, best Illustrated by the next episode though In tbo short dress she wore she In her eventful childhood, though perlooked like a child. Among others she haps, despite her few years, site was approached a man who, Judged by the already a woman, leather whip In bis band, was a driver Tho teamster disappeared for a time. of a team. He was talking to another He was fighting the poison of a taranman, and when the girl nudged blm tula bite. He recovered In time, but to attract bis attention be looked down he k new who had put the viper on at her with a scowl, then gave her a blm nnd feared bcr. One thing that deterred him from making another cut with his whip. on Hardman's life was the fact Hardman was a strapping fellow, used to fighting his war wherever It that Teplta was a witness that be had became necessary and with enough hu- - tried to murder the man lie hated. He inanity In him to feel enraged at no had counted on doing the deed without lntiuman an act. lie Jumped through the murderer bring known, but now tbo open window beside him and, tak- bo was nware that the little Mexican ing the teamster by the collar of his girl was watching blm. He did not shirt with one hand, gave blm a cuff often see her, but felt sun: thnt ber with the other. The man put his band eyes were constantly on him. And so they were. One night he was to his hip, drew a revolver and fired at Hardman, but the latter grasped Improvising a band grenade. lie was the weapon In time to turn the shot, working in n hut where he lived with wrenched It from the man and threw n ragged curtain over the window. n tear it to a distance. Then be punimeled There wnsPeplta In it, and through was peeping. When his adversary with his fist till' be cried that tear for quarter. By this time others Inter-- he bad finished his weapon he began fered, and the two were separated. to destroy certain articles. Tub crafty The teamster picked up bis revolver girl surmised that he was Intending to and his whip and went away, mutter- kill Hardman with his bomb, then light out. He wns evidently nfrald of ing. Hardman when he had rearranged his grenade, for before going to bed he his disordered apparel returned to his took It outside, scooped out a small office. The tlrst thing that attracted hole In tho ground, put It in nnd cov. his attention was the Uttle Mexican ercd It with earth nnd leaves. girl standing on the platform beforoj As soon as all was quiet In the cabin his, window holding out an orange to Pepita possessed herself of the bomb hlnj. Taking some coppers from his and carried It away. Coming to a winTest pocket, be handed them to her, dow within which was a bright light, and took the orange, but she refused sho examined her nnd. a tobacco box pay for the fruit. It was only an with explosive contents. She had seen orange, but it was n token of her crati-- . the teamster place percussion powder 1 .1 .1.4 under a certain point In the side of the 'Senor is very good," she said, ex box and mark It with a cross. She pressing emotion with her fringed eyes. noted the cross, and. returning to the "Ton mean the other fellow is very cabin with the weapon which she knew bad," be replied. "What's your name, was Intended for nardman. she scraped out just enough earth before the Uttle one?" door to set the box In. leaving its "Peplta." "Well, Peplta, if he troubles you crossed side uppermost and nearly on a level with the ground. Then she again call on me." "Senor Is very brave, but to be bravo placed dry leaves over It against sucb a man will do no good; The next day a report was heard, nnd Inter persons passlug the teamhe will stab you In the back." "Don't you worry, little girl," he re- ster's cabin found It a wreck. The oc turned. "That kind of a man is a cupant was missing. Supposing that coward, and I'm not afraid of a cow- he had been killed or injured by the force that ruined his home, a search ard any day." The avowal was lost on Peplta. She was made for him, but neither be nor said nothing more and showed no con- any part of him was found. For a time Peplta said nothing to cern, but from that time the teamster was seldom out of her sight when he any one as to her part In the explo was watching nardman. She went sion, but as time passed and the team about selling fruit as usual, but In her ster did not reappear sho revealed the .basket was something besides oranges secret that she bad seen him making and bananas; a bag In which some liv- a bomb. Then it was surmised that it ing creature was evidently confined, had been accidentally exploded, but for tbero was a constant wriggling that be had not been within striking distance. How the explosion came within. A few days after the fracas between about without bis being Its victim was Hardman and the teamster Peplta not known to any one except Peplta, was following the latter toward the who, remembering where she had placed the bomb, wns enabled to look station. The man lounged along with- moro directly than others for the out any evident purpose, but he did cause. explosion At the not deceive Peplta. She flitted after there had been,time of the a violent windstorm. him, now slipping behind a bush, a Peplta, looking for the cause of the ex fence any object of concealment plosion, cast her eye on the limb of up on to the Wben the man stepped a tree had been broken. The de platform, snatching her bag from the tached that fragment she found some disbasket she made a dash for htm, on tance from the cabin blackened as if tiptoe so that he might not hear her by an explosion. She felt sure that coming, and caught blm Just as he this fragment had been blown down of Uardman's of- upon the bomb. The explosion occurreached the window fice. There she, shook tbo bag bottom red in tho daytime when the teamster side up, landing a tarantula on the was away, so that he was not injured. back of the enemy's neck. 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But the first actors, ns well of nogu I suppose they repented nt leisure." "No; they were perfectly consistent. (drama) as of kyogen (comedy), have the title talyn. which confers the right They repented In haste also." Richto two assistants to hold up the cur- mond tain of the greenroom for their entries A Mistake. nnd exits." "That baby takes after Its father." "Oh, you don't know anything about Harsh physics react, weaken the Its father. He never would lenve anybowels, will lead to cironic constipathing behind for even a baby to take." tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily. Baltimore American. 25c a box nt all stores Timos-Dlspatc- Days You'll Never Forget "among those PR.eseNT rewooroeTo (N ) ( V WE(JE THE. FOLLOW tWGl -, yoOrLUWae UPl CHlCAWGo cabin blown to atoms he surmised the cause and concluded thnt it was time for him to depart. Meanwhile Peplta was wandering about selling fruit apparently as unconcernedly as if she were not mixed up in an affair of a tragic nature. Every one else in that region was discussing tho matter of the explosion, but tho llttlo Mexican seemed coutent to carry her basket about, taking in a few coppers at a tbno for an orango or a banana, paying no attention to the talk. There was one who looked upon Peplta with very different feelings from the generality of persons; that was Leonard Hardman. Ho had learned that sho was not a child, but n woman; thnt she loved him with all tbo passion of a girl of the south, no questioned her about the explosion and bad learned tbo fucts. Twlco bo owed her his life. What was he to do? Respond to the passion of a Mexican girl but little moro than a child and a fruit peddler? The Story Waa Old In Denmark Before the Swiss Borrowed It. Do you know who shot the apple on the head of the little boy? Why, William Tell, of course! Everybody knows how Tell delivered Switzerland from the tyranny of Austria. At least everybody used to know. Unfortunately for pure romance, the historian and the Investigator have been' unduly active In the past quarter of a century, and the result has left us few heroes with enough clothing of romance to cover their skeletons. We have read Schiller's beautiful nnd Inspiring play, cither In our col- lege Oermnn course or In translation, and we cling to William Tell with nil the ardor of youthful enthusiasm. And along conies the historian and tells us that It Is all a myth, thnt the dates fixed by the Swiss chronicles on the subject do not coincide with the dates of the historic events that were sup posed to be taking place In Austria at the same time and that earlier records ni.il.-nr nn mpntlnn of the archer's master shot. The selfsame story Is told In tbo Danish legends, two centuries before It crops out In the Swiss narrative, and further Investigation shows that It was borrowed by the Danes, tho original apple having been shot from the original child's head by n German bowman named KIgll, when Kbig sought to test the man's skill and nerve. In that remote story It Is related that KIgll concealed nnother arrow In his bosom with which to kill the king if be Injured bis child. John Fiske, the American historian, wns largely responsible for robbing us of g Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. John K. Wimp. Assignee, l'ltff. )ISW-BettieD- . Against iNO' McGlothlan.et.nl. Uft. J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 1010, la the above cause, for the sum of $804.50, and also the further sum of $99.-1- with Interest from the 27th day of January, Bill, until paid, subject to a credit of $68 16 paid May 23, I9I2, nnd all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale Auction, on Monday the 26th day ol June, o'clock p. m., or thereabout 1916, at (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months the following describe! property, to wit: Nine town lots in the town of Irvington, Breckinridge county, Kentucky, and are lots Nos. 1, 2, :!, 4, 8. 9, 10, 11 and 12, la block No. 5, anil all the appurtenances 1 at the Court House door in Hardins-burto the highest bidder, at I'ublic g, ",be"1K fMc.c' hll" b'."",es T' ILew,22? Io,ts "iti not be sold. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force am) effect of a judg ment Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be pre- pareu to comply promptly witlt these nnd cost, $1,111.84. I.ee Walls, Commissioner. It appearing on the margin of the Order Book No. 2.'1, at page i50, in the Breckinridge County Court Clerk's office, a release whs dulv entered as to lots Nos, 10, 11 ami 12, mentioned in the toregoing description the same will JV''""' terms. Approximated debt, interest William Tell. St. Louis Globe-Democra- t. Notwithstanding bcr Ignoble position tbo fact that sho had been so devoted to blm affected him seriously. Ills llfo belonged to her. Without her protec After tion he would not bo living. much thought ho came to a conclusion. "Peplta," bo said one dny, "bow would you llko to go to school?" Sho looked at him Inquiringly. "If yon go to school you and I might some day bo moro to each other than we are," bo added. "Yes, senor; I will go to school." This proposition and its acceptance wero tho keynoto to tbo future of theso two persons. Peplta went to school, nnd there came a remarkablo change In hor, She Is now Scnora Hardman. Bho worships ber husband and ho wor-thtber. "THE DAV VOUfL NAME THE VMS Ofc'S IN Those prbsemtma,t To TUE MAY THE A WONG, Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' This is the slogan of the wise man. Kleclrlc Oil for such emergencies. Stock are continually exposed to cuts, Two sizes 25c and !0c at all stores. wounds, scratches, etc. The man who is prepared has his healing remedy on HUES RUN hand to stop all chances of blood poison. Farrls' Healing Remedy is Mrs. The Adkins and daughters, Highly Antiseptic, it is economical. Misses Nellie and Mable, of irvington, One 50c bottle makes $2.00 worth of a are visiting Mrs. Joe Smart. healing oil or ointment. Money reMiss Margaret Atwood returned to funded if you are not satistied. For Louisville Sunday after spending three sale at Wedding's Drug Store. weeks acatiou with her parents and relatives here. Sing a Song of Sixpence. Mr. and Mrs. James Chapin and The London Globe's explanation of baby, William Howard, were guests tho rime "Sing n Song of Sixpence" Is: last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. oe Smart. "The four nnd twenty blackbirds repMr. and Mrs. Zack Burdette came resent tho four and twenty hours. Tho bottom of tbo plo is the world. Tho out from Cloverport Sunday to see her top crust represents tho sky. Tho open- parents, Mr. nad Mrs. McClellan. ing of the pie Is the dawn of the day, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Atwood enter when tho birds begin to slug, nnd talned the young folks to a party Wedsurely such a sight Is fit for n king. nesday evening. Tho king In his counting house countMiss Maydee Chapin is the guest of ing out his money is tho sun. Tho money tho king Is counting represents Misses Olhe and Dora Waggoner this tho golden sunshine. Tho queen, who week. Bits in the parlor, is tho moon. Tho Mrs. O. W, Hendricksoit and son, honey sho Is eating is tho moonlight. Roy, are visiting relatives near Tho industrious mold who is working for a few days. In tho garden beforo the sun has risen Kin McClellan, of Axtel, visited rela la the day dawn, and tbo clothes sho hugs out aro clouds. The bird that tives here for the week end. so tragically ends tho song by nipping off ber nose Is the hour of sunset." A healthy man Is a king in bis own right; an unhealthy man an unhappy The Way of It. slave. For Impure blood and sluggish "How are school troubles going?" liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On "In the usual way by the board." ' the market 35 years. $i.00 a bofctU. Baltimore American. Preparedness. took It Into his own hands. However, ho could do nothing but address n communication to the writer of the notes, Take the step today that leads to Security and Contentment by giving your funds the Protection afforded by the to be called for at tho general delivery window, asking her to visit him tlio next day ut the bank. She did lint respond In person, but A Story of an Employee's wrote that an olllclal In the bank somo r years before hnd been i1lclinrectl Vindication suspicion of dishonesty. The disWe Use a Victor Screw Door, Fire, Mob and Burglar-Proo- f Safe SB-charged man had suffered much by By P. A.MITCIICL consequences of this Injustice, the 30C which, Including !os of salary, amounted to a claim ngnlnst the bank of a no There was a fcto rhninpctrc In prog, hundred thousand francs, lie wnsnow Innocence rcss on I lie Krouiuls of M. l'mil IlrH-Fu- better uMo to prove his was In n posiAT a wi'iillhy iiiuiiufiicttircr, In tho than formerly, but he to help himself to the amount of environs of Paris. It wns Riven to tion claim. his It Hie bank would pay It celebrate tlio lictrntlml of his dutiKhter, without n lausult the dancer In which COUNTY SEAT to Luclon Vllliirvt, a young Ji'nimc, the Institution stood of losing funds deBinn who, without fortmu', wns would be revealed; If not, the claimant scended from the nobility of Trance would ehooc ids own way of securing Twenty-fo- ur Teachers Took Exnml whoso nntiiro wns ns nolilo ns his his claim. Accepting tlio chiinKcd conniiecstry. The governor nt once called for the amination Last Week Many ditions for tlio nohlllty tinder tlio re- names of all persons discharged from Aupublic, ho filtered Into limitless us a Visitors in City Beard Bros. the bank within twenty years. When 25. Ills clerk mid wns nt the time of the list was presented to him ho wns In receipt of n fair siilnry. Buy New Cars. 3 surprise. to see that it embraced Jeiinnc possessed an equal Income from nearly 100 names, for It hnd been the . property Inherited from her enmdmotli-er- , policy of the mnnngenient to discharge nnd her father hnd volunteered to suspected ofllclals without Investiga- tJod sent his slnRers upon earth If With songs of gladness nntl of mirth, give the p.'ilr a house In I'arls on the tion. That they might touch the hearts of doy of their nmrrini;c. men, After mature deliberation the govThere were dancing and feasting In ernor concluded thnt it would bo im- And bring them ba:k to Heaven again. Longfellow. the ehateuii, while throngs of guests possible among so many to hit on tho wandered nliout the grounds. Just be- person named. He believed that there fore tlio close of the festivities a was a leak somewhere among his Judge William Ahl has returned to Daniel-Samuel- s lackey handed I.uclen a letter. that one of them was n con- his home In Louisville, after a vis.it to opened It mid turned pale. Then federate of tho person who was en- his daughters, Mesdames H. C. Murray he staggered to a sofa and tmrle.l Ills deavoring to get money from the bank, and G. D. Heard. head In Ills hands; but, suddenly recovwhile a woman confederate was emMis Addle K. Eskrldge is at home ering himself, he hurried from the room ployed to write the notes. lie nt once mal.'lug his way through the called upon the bank's chief detective from Louisville where she has bean and, 0WENSB0R0, :: KENTUCKY. HARDINSBURG, KY Route No. 2. puests, iiKtonlslied at his appearance, for a list of the ofllclals now In the teaching for the last ten months. Miss left tlio premises. observed Eikridge will spend the summer with bank's employ who had been "The Store that Made Jeanne, h.ivlng missed her lover and visiting plaies of quet!onable repute her mother. Laving been told of his exit, indicating or were believed to be living beyond Mrs. Kobert Johnson and daughter, Owensboro MUSICAL" that some misfortune had befallen him, their means. Klvo names were fur- Christine, will leavo this week for Ed morn.passed a sleepless night. In the nished, and they were all discharged. dy vilie and other points to visit rela- All the women of Garfield and surrounding community are enthusiing she received a letter from him Nothing further was heard from astic over the display of stating that he had been dlselnrged Ellse It. for a mouth; then came an- tlvts. If you are interested in by his employers without any reason other note It stated that the nmount Miss Klizi Taylor left Saturday for being given, but since his position was of the discharged oillclal's claim had Howling Green to attend the Western the purcase of a Piano or one wherein he was Intrusted wiih been appropriated and the governor Noimal for tht six weeks term. Organ, cut this add out, funds the natural inference was that need give himself no further concern Misses Eluora Robertson, Mildred he hnd been suspected of dishonesty. would not Murray In the matter. The claimant mail to us, and we will A remarkable showing it is too. And the prices are more remarkand Pauline Moorman have reThat certainly would be tin- - reason as- help himself to any moro of tlio bank's Waists able than the display of goods. His new, Ready-mad- e signed by the world. With the stigma funds than the amount of his claim, lumed to their homes in Gleu Dean, a book of send you specially priced at upon him lie could not permit Jeanne though he was In n position to take nil alter being the guests of Miss Pauline to bear his disgrace by marrying lilm. ho liked. Compton, Jeanne at once set nut for Paris and, Upon receipt of this letter the Ed Heard and sons, Francis and The assortment is of soft sheer Voile; waists are beautiful and worth .calling at l.uclen's home, was Informgnvc an order for nn Inventory Scott Beard, came down from much more than they are priced at. ed by his mother that the sudden to be made of all the funds of the Horace transition from transcendent happiness bank. The amounts In the safes were Louisville last Friday to visit relatives. Twenty-fou- r teachers took the exam- McQuadv are guests of her parents, to disgrace hail acted upon bis sensi-tlvfound to be correct, but there was one nature no severely as to throw hi in room with mnsslve wnlls called the ination here last Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bruner. prices Full stock at way-dointo n fever and he was delirious. Mr. and Mrs. David Penick and littreasure room. In which wns kept the Judge Givens, of Henderson, was here Jeanne visited lilm in his room, but he enormous supply of gold belonging to Saturday in the interest ot the fair. Margaret, will occupy the tle daughter, did not know her. She returned to the Institution, together with certain m inse for the coming school year. in Black, White and colors at 25c, 50c and 75c Mr. and Mrs. Add Armj, of Sample, her father's chateau, and that was the paper currency for which there wns Dr. E. C. Harned has received a mes: Saturday shopping. she saw of her lover for a long last From the were in town last not storage room elsowh"r illness of his while. As soon as I.uclen was able to McGtry is seriously 11 sage telling of the serious In this vault, which constituttreasure JIr. Rebecca uncle, Re-.'- . James Harned, of Caney-vlll- e, leave his bed he disappeared. White, Black and Tan at $1.50, $1.75, $2.50 and $3.50 ed a part of tho foundation of the Louisville. Jeanne, Instead of remaining In so- building, the sum of ino.ilX) francs at her home in who is now with his sons in Louo Miss Mary Busham has gone to ciety, devoted herself to works of was isville. found lo be missing. charity. Hue was a constant visitor to to visit her sister. The governor at once wrote to Ellse Mt. and Mrs. Richard Penick and Ladies' Union Suits, silk and lisle thread, Gauze weight, tight and homes of the poorest classes, rethe Marcus Mattingly, of Kirk, was in grandson, Richard Romlne, accomIt.. Inviting her to call at the bank. In lace at 25c, 35c and 50c. lieving their wants and comforting closing an indemnity for whom It Louisville last week on business. panied Rev. Odie Penick and wife to them by her sympathy. might concern on account of any funds CLOTHS AND NAPKINS Mrs. Mattie Teall and children lelt their home in Hodgenville for a ten One of the families she took under that had been taken from the bank, Sunday for Louisville to meet her sister, days visit. in beautiful patterns at the very remarkable price of 60c to $1.25 a her care was that of I'ntncols IVrrli-re- . received a reply that if on a given n man so low In the social scale that lie From there she will Beicham. set. Table Cloths 35c to 75c a yard. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory attended night and hour l.e would 1." in the Mary his only employment was picking up strong room of the bank he would find visit in Heuchel and Ltitchfieki before the Sunday School Convention at West-vieline of General Merchandise compares with any store articles in the sewers covered with returning home. 1WWKX) friiws deficiency Sunday. in the county and is full and complete and our prices are right. dirt and slime, washing and repairing not only the mystery. Mrs, Murcella bheeran and son, DanMiss Bessie B Weatherford, from them and belling them for what he but an explanation of the On the appointed night a carriage iel, left Sunday morning for Seattle, nieto could get. One day while Jeanne was Harned, is visiting her aunt, Miss Nan visiting his family and nursing his drove up to the batik. A lady, accom- Washington. nie Board. panied by nn attendant, alighted nnd. kick child lie came In very mueh Miss Kathleen Hoben, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Marr, from near being admitted, was shown to the gov visiting htr brothers, Hatrv and Hugh Lodiburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ernor's private oillce. he exclaimed, "Ah, mademoiselle." 'Mademoiselle, or iierbnps mndaiuc," Hoben, in California .ince laal October, J. W. Marr Sunday. "I am glad you aio here! I have met asked the olllclal, "whom have I the returned home Saturday. Miss Bernice King, of Indianapolis, Is witli what may be a great blessing, or honor to address?" Mrs-Lucretta Henslev will return the guest of her sister, Mrs. Abraham It may in the end be a great misforam Jeanne llrisson, the daughter home from Stanley this week. "I tune. I need your advice, and, whethCompton. of Paul llrisson. whom you probably you have the wisdom to ader Hiram Phelps, of Louitvill- -, was in know as one of Trance's prominent Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Whitworth are vise me, I know that under your mainij'a''tureis." town Friday. receiving congratulations over the arI can do no wrong and that wlint "Indeed:" I he following are on the sick list: rival of a baby boy on June 15. I tell you you will not divulge." "I have come to accompany you to me your secret," said Jeanne your strong room. I am your corre Mrt. Cnarlie Mattingly, Misses Esther Mrs. Ova Gray's week end guests "Tell Agnes Jarboe. "I will l.oep It and atlvUe you." were: Misses Jacie and Lula Lyons. gentleman Is McGary and spondent. Ellse It. This John Gibson, of Irvington, was the Mr, and Mrs. John Marshall, from one of your former employees." l One inumlng Jnles I.arociie. the 'More mysterious than ever!" ex guest of friends in town Sunday. Hardlnsburg, were guests of Mr. and who was deputed to sort the mail claimed the governor. Dr. H.irned, from Oklahoma, is the Mrs. Abe Do well Sunday. for the Hank or i''rauce in Paris and Is the appointed hour. guest "I ot his sister, Mrs. John Alexanopen such communications as he Shall believe it The ice cream supper here Saturday we proceed":" thought might better not be laid before night was quite a success financially, governor, summoning attendants, der and Mr. Alexander. The the managers, took up a letter address-eMiss Rainey, of Greenwood, Miss., is about $55 being made. A large crowd led the way to the trcastre room. The In a woman's hand to "Ills Exceldoor was unlocked, ami the party en- the guest ot Miss Mary Franklin Heard was in attendance. Laimpie hesilency the (ioveruor." tered. Percy Heard and Marvin Beard were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meador, who tated a moment, then rim his steel "Itemove thoe boxes." said Jeanne, in Louisville last week and purchased have resided in California for several opener through It. The letter read: pointing. years, are back to make this their fuMonslrur tliu (iovernor This It to notify The boxes were removed. Jeanne new automobiles. In a position to losa you that your IkiiiIc went to a spot they hud uncovered and Miss Mary Franklin Beard attended ture home. a ureal deal of monuv HI.ISi: It. stamped with her boot heel upon one the commencement of the Conservatory Little Anna Leigh Webb, the AilUrcs. Cieneral Delivery, Paris. old infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Webb, Letters were received from time to of the marble slabs that constituted of Music in Cinc'nnati, O. time by the bank from persons who of. the lloor. The slab was lifted from its died June I5, after a Lhort illness. Much fered for u consideration to show the place, and the soiled head of Francois sympathy Is felt for the parents in their Pompeii. ofllclals how the Institution could make Ferriere rose through the opening. Pompeii was overwhelmed on the bereavement. "Tell how you came here." said or how It could loe a great deal of eight of Aug. 21, 70 A. D. Tho prinmoney. Ijirociue. considering the let- Jeanne. Misses Emma Meador, Carrie Hut- "I am u sewer scavenger." said Fran-colcipal citizens were then assembled, It flues, from Custer; Francis Dillon and ter before him to be one of this kind, "One day while hunting In the nppears. In an amphitheater whero threw It Into the wastebaskct and took were guests of Harold sewer I saw that there was n break In public spectacles were In progress. Edward Drane up the next. Miss Myrtle Hanks, of Spottsvllle, Is Miller, of Payneville, were called to and Miss Anna Mildred Smith Sunday. I pulled After n lapse of fifteen centuries a the arch. Climbing to it, A fortnight later another letter arthe guest ot her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Hawesvllle last week to be at the bedaway stones and earth till I cainn to countryman, as he was turning up tho rived addressed In the wunu handwritMacy, this week. side of their brother, John Miller, who ing, but the stationery used was ex. crumbling mortar. This, too, I remov. ground on tho farm where ho was em LODIBURG. ed nud found tills slab. IJftlng It, I ployed, found a bronzo figure, which pensive. It read: Arthur Chism and George Dutschke is verv low, but is some better at this Two week aj;o I udvlsed you by letter found what you see about you." have gone to King's Mills, O., where writing. discovery led to further search, In tho Jeanne's attendant stepped forward course of which numerous other ob that you wero In uni?er of losing a treat they have positions. Dr. J. B. Frymire was at Tell City deal of money, I liavo received no reply and addressed the governor; Miss Ethel Uasham, of Pattonsburg, jects were brought to light, and thus, to my communication. In order to sccuru Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Done, of Webster, Monday. "Monsieur," he said, "I am Luclon visiting her parents, Mo., is at home your attention I liavo purchased this staat length, was the wbolo city Mrs, Done's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Parks visited Mrs. S. P. tionary with your money. Tlio amount Vlllaret. once in charge of one of your Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam Basham. It Is visited Von discharged mo on will l returned to you whenever you neo departments. Parks, of Irvington, last week, first visit home for seven Mrs. E. E. Chlsra, last Saturday. Miss Ethel's It. fit to cull for mere suspicion on the day my beClyne Robertson, mall clerk on the Misses Mollle Adkisson, Eva Payne, Card of Thanks. years. This letter, too, was thrown Into the trothal was being celebrated and causwas here Henderson Route, visited his parents, Ruby Payne and Mrs. Chas. Payne and Sam Dix. of Stephensport, wastebaKket. ed me years of misery. Through this Mrs. Eugene Conner wish to Mr. and Another fortnight passed, at the end man Ferriere, who was advised by my express their appreciation to Mrs. Sue last week doing some surveying for Mr, and Mrs. N. P. Robertson, last Mrs. Jeff Adkisson were the guests of week. Mr. and Mrs, James Kurtz, of Webster, of which a third letter from the samo betrothed. I could have robbed you of Wedding, the people ot Stephensport Miss Mamie Adkisson. person came, this ouu Inclosing u fifty the untold wealth contained In this Clyde English, of Irvington, was the last Sunday. Rhodes, of Webster, viskindness shown for the Miss Mattie fraim note of the hank fresh from the room. Here," handing the governor nn and Rome, Ind., guest of Sam nnd Clint Adkisson last Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and week. printing press. The writer said that envelope, "Is nil the money that has them in the bereavement of her father. ited Miss Mollle Adkision last Saturday. daughter, Mary Ellis, and Miss Willie been taken In un effort to secure my tint money belonged to the bank. Clint Adkisson was In Stephensport Mr. and Mrs. Iluett Gibson visited Deacon visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace vindication." At last Ijiroque's attention was Monday and Tuesday. GARFIELD Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parks, of Frymire, but Sunday. He took tliu missive to the Such was the end of the grcnt Hank Jeff Adkisson was called to Rhodella itCclal having charge of the currency, of Franco mystery, Lucleu was offerMr. and Mrs. Will Shelman, of FryJ June Handv, last Sunday. last Saturday to be at the bedside of his iviio expressed great astonishment nt ed any position in tho bank ho desired, d mire, visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bandy Mrs, W, B. Argabrlght and son who Is very Dr. Ben Harned, of Oklahoma, is brother, Anion Adkisson, Laroquo having it in his possession, for but would accept none. Francois was Flake Ater, of Irvlngton, last week. last Sunday. low. Lo declared that not u single nolo of mndo n guardian of tho treasure room here visiting relatives and friends, George Cox, of Grayhampton, was out. Tlio with n handsome salary. Lucleu and Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne and this issue hnd yet been paid Mrs. Arthur Ater and daughter, of Mrs. S. D. McGill, of Louisville, will daughter, Ada Pearl, visited Mr. and matter wa ut once referred to tlio Jeanne celebrated n wedding that had be the guest of relatives here this week. Irvlngton, is at Mrs. Ater's parents, the guest of friends here last week. forrrnor, I.troqire making mention of been put off at tk tluio of his Warren Miller, of Lodiburg, and Will Mrs, M. Payne, of Webster, Sunday. Mrs. Will Davis and children, from Mr. and Mrs. June Bandy, for a visit. i'jo two prrvluiis letters received. The Great Bank Mystery noth Laroquc nnd tlio person in charge of the currency were Instructed to keep the matter n secret, and the governor OI 51(oc OI SECURITY-CONTENTME- NT BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K - OF CLOVERPOKT D0C un-d?- IFOR SALE -D- UROCS Ten yearling Gilts, bred for gust and September farrow, The fall open Gilts, yearl.ng Boars, Spring Pigs, either sex, pairs or you trios mated up; no akin. want the big easy feeding kind these will suit you I.u-cle- n Music Co. G. F. MAYSEY I. B. RICHARDSON'S SUMMER DRESS GOODS FREE gov-ern- Home Songs! 50c to $1.50 e Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings SILK HOSIERY GIRLS' PUMPS Ma-ce- SPECIAL SALE OFFERINGS TABLE iOur RICHARDSON'S, Garfield, . I or-no- t InUii-enc- WANTED! odi-cla- Stock Hogs All You Can Put To Us I I Beard Brothers Hardlnsburg, Ky. vis-ite-