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Mav be Graded Better Before Ears Are Shelled Than Alter ward. Seed corn may be graded 'letter be fore llie e.irs are shelled Minn afterward The United Stales Department of Ari culture specialists in corn investigations consider it difliult to grade shelled com satisfactorily. If the seed tar vary greatly ns to sie of kernel they should he separated into two or three grades, according to the sie of the kernel. These grades shouli he shelled separately, tested ill the corn planter ami numbered to correspond with the number on the planter plates that are found lo drop them most uni formly. These arrangements can In completed before the rush of spring work begins. The first operation in properly shell ing seed corn is the removal of the small kernels lrom tips of the ears anil the kernels from the butts. The former are less productive than the other kernels of the ear. The round butt kernels are as productive as the other kernels of the ear, but do not plant uiiiformaly in a planter. Shelling seed corn carefully by hand is profitable. The greater the acreage planted the greater the profit. Into n shallow pan or lox -each ear should be shelled separately, rejecting any worm eaten or blemished kernels. If the sup ply from the one ear appears good and contains no poor kernels it is poured into .the general supply and another ear shelled in the same way. Make Your Own Healing Remedy at Home. Huy a 50c bottle of Farns Healing Remedy, add to it a pint of Linseed Oil to make a healing oil, or add vase line to make an ointment. You will then have sixteen ounces of the Heal ing Kemedy for harness and saddle gall, barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any hurt or sore where the skin is broken. Positively guaranteed the best made. Make it at home. By so doing you have $2.00 worth for sOc, For sale at Weddlug's Drug Store. Inform the Editor. One of the most difficult of the editor's jobs is to get facts about births, marri ages and deaths. People seem to think he ought to know these things by intui tion. If not that, the birth, marriage or death is of such importance in the im mediate family Mint it is presumed that the editor will be informed by some such wireless or just grow into the informa tion Then, when the paper comes out, anil 110 mention is made of the event, the editor is blamed for not running a good newspaper or not getting all the news Remember thore are a good many people in this county. If the editor knew each of them by name, be si.les their family history and the chief events in the lives of every individual, he wouldn't be an editor. He'd be a demi god, resting his feet on a cloud anil sipping ambrosia instead of inhabiting an office chair ami wondering where the money for the next white paper bill is mining finiii. The life of an average newfpiper man is a gay one (lathering news is second nature to him, like pick ing his teeth with the office pen and cus sing the office towel. Last week, we thought of a million things of impor tance, 'besides a couple of hundred thousand small items unworthy of men lion. AnR tt was a slow week. We're anxious for news for the paper, and it won't put you out much to drop by the office and notify Us or telephone us what's happening at your house. Then if the item doesn't get in the paper, you have a right lo come dow n and kick the stuffing out of the eat. Otherwise, don't b ame us. Kli.ahcthtowu News. HEALTH IS BASIS OF AJJ CONTENT The Half Sick Man or Woman is a Stranger to Happiness. Constipation. When custivc or troubled with con stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They are easy to take and most agree able In effect. Obtainable every wheie. Voices of the Dumb. From an octogenarian, who has been for many years a humane agent in the Middle West, come these words depict ing the horrors of cattle transportation in winter: "You can realic how my feelings are worked up when I tell j on 1 live close to two lines of railway that are shipping daily about one hundred cars of stock from the West, and often it is below zeio. From my place they have nearly two hundred miles yet to go to get to Chicago or Milwaukee. The bleatings of calves and sheep, the squealing of hogs, and bellowing of cattle are not pleasant gratings on my ears. "Our preacher goes yearly to the woods to try to kill a few innocent deer. Oh, blessed are the merciful! I often wish when I look on your page of hu mane literature that I could see with the horse and the dog, more reference to the iiii.iii i.'iinii v. ijuiiiu .iiiiinais. Making money Is a good trait. Sav ing is a better one. Contentment Is the very essence of happiness Hut, to be contented, or happy, if yon will, one must first have good health. Our supreme toast to the one we ad mire is "Health, wealth and happiness," and the keystone is health. So many persons complain of being nervous and run down. This is the age of speed, we haven't time to care for ourselvis. These run down men and women nrc not exactly sick, but just tired out, languid or maybe good-for- nothing most of the time. Their busi ness, their home and their life suffer. They need something to build them up, something to throw off these symp toms of n weakened, debilitated condi tion produced by cither mental or physi cal overwork or by the abuse of a vital organ more often the stomach than any other. , That something has been found. It is Tanlac. A tonic of rare properties, nn nppcti.cr, and general invigorant that rids the system of congestion, tones up the stomach, overcoming indigestion, headaches, backaches, non-assimilation ot food, nervousness, dizziness, ailments of kidneys and liver, and the complaints that are so common to the half sick de bilitated men and women today- Its effect is like lifting your spirits gently back to the level of the world's happiness that rests on health. Tanlac may be obtained now in Clover- port, Ky , at Wedding's Drug Store, where its properties cheerfully are ex plained to all callers. Will of Charles Morris. The will of Charles Morris was pro bated in Louisville yesterday. He leaves an estate of about $20,000. He leaves $2,S0o and a diamond ring to each of his four sisters, Mrs. Katheriue Collie, of Texas, Mrs. John Meadow, of Ilig Spring, Mrs. Eskridge, of Owens- boro, and Mrs. Scott, of Ilig Spring, and the residue of his estate to his brother. John Morris, of Louisville. Elizabeth- town News. Kor a mild, easy Miction of the bowels, try Doan's Heguiets, a modern laxa tive. 25c at all stores. SHERIFF'S SALE, WE ARE NOW READY WITH OUR NEW SHOP TO RECEIVE AND ALL CLASSES OF CONTRACT FOR MACHINE WORK 0 V g OUR NEW BUILDING yu a pattern from your drawings or , , . . , , blueprints, and at prices far less than is thoroughly equipped with new ; Ag f special machinery tor quick and ser- viceable work of all kinds. Our BOAT BUILDING DEPARTMENT OUR GENERAL REPAIR SHOP has been equipped with special ma- , f 11 1 . 1 r 1 chinery for all kinds of Planing Mill is ready for all kinds of repair work Work Le(. ug estimate on your Automobiles, Gas and Steam En- next job. Special attention given to gines, Tank Work, Farm Machinery boat building. of all kinds, Gasoline Boats and gen- eral Blacksmith Work. WHEN YOU ARE IN THE CITY OUR FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT rP set "r Z7- T & Also see the new type Z Fairbanks, Morse & can do all kinds of Casting, either n r in"11, h p" S 3 h. p., $60.00; 6 h. p. $110.00, complete with high from your pattern Or We Can make tension magneto, burns either gasoline or oil. Hv virtue of an execution No. H'2'1, directed to me, which issued from the Llerk's office of Breckinridge Circuit Court, in lavor of Marion McGavock against Dr. K. L. Lightfoot I, or one ot mv deputies, will, on Monday, the :Mh day ot t-ebruary, 1UI6. between the hours of 12 o'clock a. m and 2 cluck p. m , at the Court House eloor. HarUitisburg, Kv., expose to Public dale to the highest bidder, the follow ing described property, or so much thereof us mav be necessary to satisfy planum s debt, interest and costs, to wit: Six h indred and eighty dollars and foit-two cents. A lot or parcel ot land Ijing and being in the City if Cluvtrpuri, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, inn certain suburb known as bastland, lyiug on the Clov;r port and liurdiushurg turnpike, front ng on said pike about j.0 feet, running back parallel to and bounded on the East by Miller Brick & Tile Co. prop- rty uu teet; tile ace at about right an glesund bounded on ttie West by prop erty of A. H. Skihmuu about 15 feet; thence parallel with and bounded by property 01 ivuza Hates, colortd, on the West "1)0 feet to .Murray Avenue 011 Cl'ivrt port and II irilinsburg turnpike; thence West and pirullelto slid Mur ray Avenue ubuut I5O feet to the begin ning. L' on this plot there are situated tour frame sh'tigle roofed builili. gs with three rooms and front porch, and is a part of the sum : propem convened to I'. L. Lightfoot by Mary Etta Evans by deed dated August 2, 1!)10, recorded in llreckinridge Count Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 60, page 103. Levied upon as the property of L)r. I-'. L Lightfoot TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit of six months, bond with ap proved security rt-ciuirtci, bearing Inttr est at the rate of li per cent. p;r annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a judgment A T. Beurd, S. B. C. By W. C. l'ute, D. S. Tobacco Sales. Geo. E. Lewis, Allen Lewis unci Bar net Batsett, of Amnions, sold 8 hogs heads of tobacco on the Louisville breaks last week. Six hogsheads of Hurley brought 411 oj, $13, $.T 95 $0.00 and 9 10 Two hogsheads dark at $1.00 ami :i.50. Willie Basham sold his crop of 1,000 pounds dark to Mr. Lucas at a round price of " cents. W. N. I'ate sold his crop to A. T. Heard at !), l) and! . Lee Claycomb, James Morgan, Em met Elder und Eugene Beavin, of Am nions, were here Saturday delivering tobacco to John I'helou. They report prices satisfactory. No Secrets about "Penslar White I'ine and Spruce Dalsam." The formula of this great cough medicine Is 011 every bottle. 35c at Wedding's Drug Store. Cloverport Boat and Manufacturing Co INCORPORATED Cumberland Long Distance Telephone No. 10. Cloverport, Kentucky BIE1IJHEP0RT Of the Board of Regents of the Kentucky State Normal Have Been Sent Out. The Hoard of Regents for the Western Kentucky State Normal School have is sued an interesting and instructive cat echism of the biennial report of the school Two large pictures of the build ings and those attending school were also sent. The Hoard of Regents, President, faculty, Students and other persons held responsible for the schoo.'s man agement and work have done everything within their power to make the institu tion an eminent success and an efficient factor in the work of training the teach ers of the Commonwealth. A Growing Bank Bank of Cloverport Every- Do You Find Fault With body? Ail irritable, f ault-findlnc disposi tion is often due to a disordered stomach. A man with food digestion Is always good natured. A great many have been permanently benellted by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen thu stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Obtainable verywhere. BEECH FORK. Pat Mattlngly was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Mattlngly Monday. The farmers of this community are busy delivering their tobacco. Joy Heatty returned to his home in Hancock county, after being the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heatty, for beveral weeks. Mrs. Susan Pate Is critically ill of grippe. Mr. aud Mrs. James Muttingly were in town one clay last week shopping. Notice Readers and Writers To be certain that any happening of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be given account in the Breckenrldge Newt, kindly write and mail to us at once, Get every item you can to us by Saturday, JOHN D. UADUAGB. To be up-to-date one roust have the grip at least once during the winter. Entertain For Girls Club. Miss Louise Weatherholt entertained the members of the Girls Club and their friends at her home in the East End Thursday evening, A delicious lunch eon was served and all present enjoyed the evening very much. Those in at tendance were: Misses Addle Mc Gavock, Jane Lightfoot, Mary Pate, Emily Held. Martha Reld, Eula Mc Cracken, Mary Owen Oelze, Louise Nicholas and Virginia H. Perkins. Messrs. Donald Gregory, Willie Seaton, Forrest Weatherholt, Robert Tinius and Eldred Babbage. For any Itching skin trouble, piles, e;.ema salt rheum, hives, Itch, scald head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Oint ment is highly recommended. 50c a box at all stores. LOCUST HILL Constantine and Harned mail was blocked last Monday on account of high water. Miss Pearl Davis, of Woodrow, .is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Ulair, this week. Roscoe Davis, our merchant, is in Louisville buying goods. Miss Nettle A. Davis, of Guston, Is the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis, for a few weeks. The following took dinner Sunday with Mr. und Mis. J.W. Davis; Ezra Butler and family, Mrs. Roscoe Davis, Mrs. Maggie Hodk and son, of Louis ville, Mrs. Wilbur Hutler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. Babe Carman called on Missee Nettie and Annie Davis Friday night. Fred Davis and Harden Hutler made a business trip to Harned Tuesday. James Blair, who has been sick is able to be out again. Mrs. Roscoe Davis spent one night last week with her brother, Fred Davis. Claud Butler, of Huras, spent Sun day with his brother, Harden Butler. Hob Carman, of Gerrantown, was in Locust Hill Monday. Mrs. Maggie Hook passed through here Sunday en route to Custer to visit her sister, Mrs. Richard Cook. Misses Nettie and AnnI? H, Davis spent Wednesday night with Mrs. Roscoe Davis. Miss Fannie Hutler visited her broth er, Wilbur Hutler, Friday. S. A. Davis and daughters, Mrs. Gil bert Huflines and Miss Ozzie Davis, visited Mrs. Jim Blair Friday. For baby's croup, Willie's dally cuts and bruises, mamma's sore throat. Grandma's lameness Dr. Thomas' Eclectic OH the household remedy. 25c and 50c. Notice The public is hereby notified that the bridge on the road from Clover port to Tar springs is condemned, is unsafe for travel, and all persons are notltled to not cross until it can be re paired. R. M. Baibam, County Road Engineer. FARMERSMNSTITUTE To be Held at Frankfort Febru ary 15 to 17. Many Take Part in Program. Splendid Addresses to be Given. The State Fanners' Institute will be held in Frankfort February 15, 10 and 17. An excellent program has been ar ranged for this occasion. Among those who have been invited to deliver addresses are: Gov A. O. Stanley, Hon. J. W. Newman, former Commissioner of Agriculture of Ken tucky; J. G. Ward, Executive Agent Fish and Game Commission; R. C. Ter rell, Good Roads Commissioner; J. E. Harton, State Forrester; Prof. H. H. Cherry, President of Western Normal Schools; Prof. II. S. Barker, President State University, aud many others. BEWLEYVILLE C. D. Hartlaway is on the sick list. Ernest Carter left Monday for Lin den, Iowa, to visit his brother, Carl Carter( for an Indefinite stay. A miscellaneous shower was given Mr, and Mrs. G. O. Hlantord Thursdajj ' Thomas J. Drury and Wathen Drury went to Urandenburg Friday, Mrs. Z. T. Stlth and daughter, Laura Nell, will leave for a visit to their daughter and sister, Miss Minnie Stlth, in Washington on the 31st. Chas. H. Drury went to Louisville Monday.