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1. CARNEGIE TELLS HOW HE MADE
HIS MONEY-CONCENTRATION THE SECRET Roger V ll.ihsoti, writing Andrew Carnegie's "Talks on War mid IIusImcm" in The Saturday ..vetting Tost, 1ms ns follows: This Rave me nil opportunity to nsk Mr. Carnegie what t have always wanted care to have working models of the new machines set up nud proved. No, Mr, Ilabsou; the way I made my money was hy concentrating doing one thing at time, and trying to do it better nnd more efficiently than anjoiie else. The troubl to nsk him that is, how he made his with most business men is that they mix money. Of course I have my ideas; but themselves up in too many things, I wnnlcil to hear the nnswer from him There's nothing in it. direct. Quick ns n flush, ns though in "The way to succeed is to select some heated dchitc, he flung back his key to definite Hue of work however small kingship: j nnd insignificant it may appear to be to "Concentration!" said he. "It has ( know more about that than anyone else often been written tnat l made my money Knows, aim to let outside tilings nione hy taking chances by scrapping ma chinery, even though almost new, for some improved invention; but these ex-' plnnntioiis never appealed to me. liefore I scrapped any machine," and again the twinkle came into his eye. "I took good I succeeded hy doing one thing at n time nnd doing it well. Then after I had nc complishcd one job developed n certain kind of rail or angle iron I would turn to making something else Meantime I saved my money nud kept my health HARDINSBURG NEWS LETTEHND NOTES Tobacco Sales Bring a Crowd The Sick Improving -Graduation Examinations Held. SUPT. TRENT IMPROVED I.onnle McGill, of Louisville, is here for a visit to relatives. Mrs W. A. Walker Is at home from Louisville, where she has been the guest of her sister, Miss Kuth Kinche loe, who is attending Spencerian Busi ness College, Miss Katie Uskrldge, who teaches music in Kordsville, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Addle Kskrldge, Sun day. Supt. J. W. Trent's eyes are so much improved that he has been out visiting schools. The graduation examination will be held Friday and Saturday. A number from the differcn. "-"tools in the coun ty are expected to take it. The tobacco sales at the loose leaf warehouse each week attract crowds of farmers and buyers. Most of the sale seem to be satisfactory. Rev. J. H. Meng, of Louisville, pas tor of the Baptist church, filled his :ip pointment Saturday and Sunday. On account of the inclement weather the Sans Souci Club did not meet last week, but will meet Wednesday after noon from two to live o'clock with Mrs, C. V. Robertson. Harold Smith and sister, Miss Auuie M. Smith, who are attending school here, spent Saturday aud Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins Smith, at Ilcnsley. Alec Dent M the guest of Mrs. Dent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W Peyton. Mr. aud Mrs. John M. Skillman and sons spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Beard, Sr. Kev. Kouert Johnson li I lea his ap pointment with Kirk aud Clcu Dean churches Saturday aud Sunday. Leunie l'ate, of Ilarned, has return' ed to his home after a visit to relatives near town. Lee file, of Ilarned, was In town Saturday. Mr. John U. Hibbnge, editor of The Breckeuridge News, was m town Mon day in the interest of his paper. Mrs, John D. Shaw was iu Louisville Saturday. Excellent for Stomach Trouble. "Chamberlain's Tablets atejuit fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs G. C. Dunn, Arnold, I'a. "I was bothered with this complaint for some time and frequently had bilious attacks. Cham, berlaln's Tablets afforded me great re lief from the first, and since taking one bottle of them I feel like a different person." For sale by all dealers. ting ready for business, should find this a useful lesson and an inspiration for their guidance. Inland Farmer. Whenever You Need n General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable ns a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the whole bystem. 50 cents. GARFIELD Mr "Tank" Carman is confined to his bed with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs Abraham Compton arc receiving congratulations on the arrival ot a little girl at tueir Home January 15 l9'S. C. I S. Board was in Louisville last week selling tobacco. Misses Nell Springate and Emma Meadow were guests of Miss Anna Mildred Smith the last of the week. Miss Nell Cashmau has been the guest of Mrs. I. B. Richardson for the past week. Miss Ella Lethia Dowell is visiting relatives in Ilardiusburg this week. Mrs. "Auk" Lyons, of near Custer, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ova Gray, lat wvek. She was on her way to Louisville to visit relatives. Judge D I). Dowell and Mrs. Dowell were guests of his father, Mr. Win. Dowe 1, and attended the. McCoy-Do well wedding here. Miss Ruth Harncd is at home after closing a very successful..school at Rob bins' schoolhousc. She will attend school in Ilardiusburg for the spring term. Born to the wife of Horace Compton, a girl, January iS, 19:5. D. H. Smith was in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Launie Pool have gone to housekeeping. They will reside on the I) R. M Smith farm this vcar. Li tie Zedic Alexander, who has been very sick, is reported better at this time. Miss Mary Belle McCoy and Mr. Tay lor Dowell were married at the home of Mr. Charlie Dowell Wednesday evening, January 20, Rev. C. L. Bruiugtoii ofiici- iting, They will go to housekeeping at oner. Biliousness and Constipation Cured, If you are troubled with biliousness or constipation you will be interested n the statement of R. F. Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last winter I had an attack of indigestion. Seeinc Cham- berlain's Tablets so highly recommend ed, I bought a bottle of them and thev helped me right away. For sale by all dealers. I I I NO SALES THIS WEEK On account of the weather and condition of the roads we decided not to have our regular sale this week, but next week TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 nd 1 I 1 we will have one. Bring us your tobacco. Bring good tobacco and you will surely get good prices. In all of our sales the good tobacco has brought the price. Our average sales show a better price for the same tobacco bought the old way last year. We don't think any house in the State can beat us on prices for the same grades. We hope to make them better every sale. Big in Prices, Biggest in Sales, Biggest in Floor Space. Will be glad to have your tobacco; we are doing our best for the Farmer, so Come bring your tobacco, help us and help yourselves. Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. A Lesson on Pigs. Up in North Dakota the hots 1" club have worked out some very inter csting information during the present year. Charles Russell produced 2,903 pounds of pork from one litter of pigs in 203 days, at a cost of a little less than 3 cents per pound. The sow was 11 York shire; number iu litter, If, number raised, l.j; total cost of feed, $83 12; profit, with pork at fi cents, foj.cu for the litter. Of all the pigs entered in the contest, the Poland China averaged I93 twuiids at the age of 21 3 days; the Duroc Jer seys averaged IK5J4 ouiids at the age of 227 dajs; the Yorkshires averaged I82 pounds nt the age of sly days; tie Chester Whites averaged lbo pounds at the age of 2I0 days; the cross breeds ft?? Club Saturday. averaged 188 pounds at the age of 3I7 days. The average weight of the hogs in the twenty-four litters that stood highest was 3I2 pounds, at an average age of 2I3 days. The Kentucky pig club boys, now get- 1RVINGT0N Russell Brown, of Ekron, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirtley. Mrs. Harold Traube spent the week end with her parents in Owensboro. Mrs. Walker Brown and children re turned from Glen Dean Saturday. The G. P. C. Club was delightfully entertained by Miss Jessye Brady Fri day evening. Mrs. Nora Board nnd daughter left Thursday for u visit to Miss Mary Alexander in Louisville. Mesdames Elizabeth Lyons, A. T. Adklns and Annie Herndon are on the sick list. Misses Eliza I'iggott and Mary Heron, of Louisville, visited their parents last week. A number of the young people gave Miss Julia Lyon a surprise party Sat urday evening. Miss Mary Smith, of Guston," IsThe guest of Mrs. Larue Cox. -Miss Catherine Cox entertained the 1 AIM WAY" Many a Cloverport Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Infor mation. If your back gives out; Iiecomes lame, weak or aching; If ur'nary trouble sets in, Perhaps your kidneys are "in a bad way.' Don't delay use Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is good evidence of their worth. Mr G. W. Fitzgerald, I42I W. Fifth St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I wish to say that Doan's Kidney Pills are a good kidney remedy. I was in a bad way before I began their use. I had backache day and night and the kid- cy secretions caused me much an oyance. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and had not taken many before I was greatly relieved. I can now sleep soundly, the headaches have left and my back is strong." A PERMANENT CURE. On February -'0, i012, Mrs. Fitz gerald said: ''I have not had to use Dean's Kidney Pills since they cured me years ago. You are at liberty to use my former endorsement." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Fitzgerald had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Artistic Children Photographs of Your Make Lovely VALENTINES FOR THE FAMILY February 14thf the day when full hearts give expression to their sentiments may be beautifully observed by both old and young. To make the day com plete have a handsomely finished photograph made by Brabandt, The Photographer Cloverport, Ky, NOTICE. T. S. Miss Clara Hardin, of Cloverport, is voting Mr. and Mrs T. R. Wythe. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham have returned from Louisville. Misses Myrtle Lyddan, Ora Hen dricks, Essie Kendall and Ossie Payne formed a house party at the home of Miss Mary Nevitt last week. Forrest Stith moved to his new heme near town last week. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTHU'.SS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria. enriches the blood, and builds up the sys- 1. a true ionic, for aauita and children, see Miss Nell ConniiT. of Louisville. spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff. Miss Ivr Rice returned to Louisville Saturday, She has been the guest of Misses Annie Jennings and Mildred Chitwood. Does It Pay to Raise Hogs? The question is often asked: Does it pay to raise hogs? C. J. AuIIch, re. siding near Hutlei, Campbell county, Ky., puichased a sow and seven pigs for $.'15. During the past year he has paid for feed $10. Tottd cost of hogs $-15. During twelve months he has re alized from the investment $0j in cash and has left one sow, nine pigs and four sows which are all worth $120; in other words, hu Is $140 to the good. That is 4O per cent, on his Investment. Farmers Home Journal. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing, Doun's Ointment is fine for skin Itching, All druggists sell It. BOc a box. Read the Little Want Ads. Uarger's Admr., Plaintiff. vs. Mattie Itarger, Etc., Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of T. S. Barger, deceased, will present them before the undersigned Commissioner, properly proven ns re quired by law, on or before the 1st day of February, 1915, at the Circuit Court Clerk's office in Hardinsburg, Ky. This January 8th, 1915. LEE WALLS, M. C. H. C. C. btop that cold before other serious lung troubles set in. You can do this by using Greenwell & Wethington's Herb Cold Cure, Price 35 cents. 7,000,000 Hogs Lost. Farm and Fireside, the national farm paper published at Springfield, Ohio, is conducting a great campaign of education on the subject of hog cholera, for the purpose of informing farmers and helping them to reduce their losses from this dread disease. According to D. S. liurch, associate editor of Farm and Fireside the man who is writing the articles 7,000,000 hogs died in the United States from hog cholera In 1013, The figures are a most beyond comprehension. You can get an Idea of the loss by thinking iu terms of sausage. K all the hogs that died of cholera iu 10111 had been made into Bologna sausage, weighing a pound per foot, that sausage linked end to end would have gone around the earth at the equator six times. An other way to state the loss follows: Forty pounds of meat for every family In the United States was the loss from hog cholera la i013. I Tobacco Hogsheads I For Sale m First Class Tobacco Hogs heads cut from dry lumber Complete for $1.65 Without Hoops $1.25 GREEN BROS. FALLS OF ROUGH, KY. TIm QuMm That Dees Nat Affect The Head Because ol Its tonic and laxative effect. LAX. TIVH DROMOQUININKIs better than ordinary aulmne and docs not cause nervousness nor Ovlnff In h.ld. 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