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ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,-1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charned 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 j our paper. If it is not correct please notify us. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BADBAGE. Editor and Publisher HOW TO CKLEBRATE. Statistics stato that on last fourth of July 30 dentin rcsul'rd from tho celebration of Independence Day, and that thcro wore 1,135 injuries, some of tliem very sorious. In former years many lives have been lost or injured by tho old fashioned way of celebrating and parents should see to it that the young folks have a safe time as well as a good time. Most of the accidents were caused by cannon cnu'l- ers, lire arms and cannons. And eHort should bo made to dispose of these dangerous fireworks and tho use of them on holidays, and thai the children get along without tlium this year, their celebration will be just as enjoyable and much safer. The garbage wagon iihido its first appearance Thursday. Kvpi Thursday of this season it will make a complete round of the city and take up all the garbage that is put in a convenient place for the men who have charge on tho wagon. This "garbage wagon is a great help to the town and if the housekeepers will sco to it that all trash, tin cans, etc.,. arc kept out of the back yards and allies much sickness can bo avoided. It is surprising to note the amount of "arhaio thai accumulates in a week's time. Hilly Sunday recently hold an eight week's campaign in Balti more. On his dcpaituro from that city he curried a check for the amount of $32,500 and .fS.OOO more was to bo sent to him later for bis services, making the total of 40,500. About 1,370,00 persons attended the tabernacle service. Thousands of gifts of all kinds were given Mr. Sunday during the campaign. President Wilson issued a proclamation last week calling upon the people of the United States to celebrate Flag Day, June 14, with patriotic exorcises, giving expression "to our thoughtful love of America." The Piesident declared that the people should redpdicato themselves for "an America which no man can corrupt, no influence draw away from its ideals, no force divide against itself." KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS The Paris Milling Co. of I'aris has the honor of being the first employer to accx-iit the terms of tho new work men's compensation act. Mrs. Kathcrlne T. Hardin, 70 years old, widow of M. It. Hardin, once Chief Justice of the Court of Ajipeals of Kentucky, died at St. Joseph's In firmary at Louisville of senility. Knox County's first road construc tion work will bo started on tho four mile extension from Flat I.lck to tho Bell County .line, this being a portion of the Dlxiu Highway and the only contract in Knox County approved by tho State Knglneer. It costs the State of Kentucky $1. 351,033.11:: annually to pay the salaries of the 1.U20 persons employed to attend to the business of tho state. Including the Circuit Judges and Common wealth's Attorneys, there are 1,'J'JO persons on the state's payroll. Representative A. U. House, of Ilur Ungton, obtained permission of the House of Itepresentatives that the speeches delivered by Governor Stan ley and Senator James at the recent Kentucky Democratic State Conven tion bo printed in tho Congressional Record. Fraternal Insurance companies do ing business In Kentucky are tiling no tices with State Insurance Commis sioner Thomas of neccptauee of tho uniform fraternal Insurance statute which becomes effective January 1, 1917. This statuto has been advo cated by fraternal insurance compan ies and lias been adopted in HO states. George McKenna, formerly a cabaret singer, was sentenced at Loulsvlllo to servo live years In tho penitentiary for slashing his wife, Ora Ilurch McKen na, a singer In a local rathskeller, with a razor, llo cut her about tho faco, and claimed ho was drunk and did not know what ho was doing. McKenna declared, "I lovo her beyond words. Right or wrong, I am with her." Tho city of Maylleld may issue $200, 000 In bonds and buy tho plant of tho Maylleld Water & Unlit Company, said the Court of Appeals, affirming tho de cision In a taxpayer's suit to enjoin the Issue on tho ground that It would bond the city beyond 5 per cent of Its prop erty assessment and necessitate a tax levy In excess of tho constitutional limitation. Governor A. O. Stanley delivered the unveiling address of tho D. A. R. monument in Courthouse Square, Hen derson. Twclvo soldiers of the Revo lution arc burled In that county, and tho chapter of tho D. A. It. erected a monument In their memory. Hender son sunt a company of 100 men tn par tlcipatojn tho Varof 1812, and only twenty-five returned, twelve of them being buried in Henderson County. Having completed his sentence of two years in the Frankfort Pen itentiary oh the charge of robbery, "Will White, of Kenton County, "was ar rested as he left tho prison gate on the charge of housebreaking. White is ac cused of having broken into a house and taken a suit of clothes of a guard when he escaped from prison last year. Ho will bo held to the Franklin Coun ty firand Jury. Farmers around Winchester contin ue to experience big losses among fat cattle on account of the white clover, which Is said to bo the heaviest In many years. The animals swell quick ly and die. Tho only remedy that has been found to bo anyways effective Is by sticking tlium and inserting a tube. At least 100 big cattle, averaging from 1,200 to 1,,'00 pounds, and valued at from $110 to $i:!." have died. Henry Clay Scott, seven-year-old son of a farmer living near llrannon, a few miles from Nlchohisvllle, was killed instantly by lightnlijg during a heavy storm. The child was asleep In a room with an older brother, who was not Injured by the bolt. The residence of George Fain, near the same place, was si ruck by lightning, which caused damage amounting to several thou s;inil dollars. The I'nlted States Senate has get aside Saturday, June 24. as the date for eulogies on the late Senator Wil liam O. Ilradley, of Kentucky. Ad dresses will be delivered by Senators James and Ileckham, of Kentucky: Kenyon, of Iowa; Smoot, of I'tah; Smith, of Arizona; Williams, of Mis sissippi; Kern, of Indiana, and a few others. Senator James made the mo tion for this recognition of his late colleague. A. I). Wells, Deputy Collector, and two posscmeii raided a moonshine still In Morgan County and captured Gus Vance, for whom tho Government au thorities have been searching for 110 years. He was taken before United States Commissioner Cisco at West Liberty where ho gave bond for his appearance. Deputy Collector Wells de stroyed a ninety-gallon copper still, 21 fermenting tubs and a quantity of whisky and beer. The Mellck Producing Company, of Illinois, large oil promoters, has leased 1.111)0 acres of land from Georgetown landholders, Including Wntcrson Show nller. Jack Showalter, Rhodes Afliurs' Thomas Asliurst, Otis Ashurst, John Fluke and Irvine Davis, with the ex nectatlon of boring for oil. David Mollck, of Rosevllie, O., president of the company, thinks tho laud Is In the direct line with tho big vein In IMI.l County. Four hundred more acre3 will be leased before boring. In tho seventeenth annual registered tournament of tho Kentucky Trap shooters' League, held on the grounds of the Winchester Gun Club, on the Mt. Sterling pike, Jake Gay, of l'lno Grove, won the challenge cup from Ilea IIIslo, of Fayetto County, who captured the prize at Loxlngton recently. Gay broke 05 out of 100. Securing a decrco of divorce from his third wire only a few days ago In circuit court at Henderson, J. D. Jloat- Continued on pace 5 Photo by American Press Association. FORMER PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. 1 " Phuto by American Presti Association. FORMER UNITED STATES SENATOR ELIHU ROOT. rv-- JI 1 I he man with monev whoMfcits it 5afe in the Bank can some day buy that home. Be a man with money Don't build "Castles In the air." It Isn't fair to the girl. Get right down to "Brass Tacks" and BANK your money. Then whenjyou find a bargain In a home you can buy It. Money In the bank makes a happier home ask any married man. PutlYOUR money In OUR.".bank Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. 2HARD1NSBURQ, KY. I 1 585 NOTICE To Carpenters, Contractors and Parties going to build. We are prepared to fill your wants in the various kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at prices that will meet your approval. Write us for prices on anything you need FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated i . " ; JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. TRY A WANT AD TODAY We are Packing j Coupons That Are Worth 'Money To You j in each 24 and 48-lb. Sacks of any B grade of our flour. This is a Profit- M sharing offer to our consumers. See i the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your'grocer about it. LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. 1 L0DIBURG. MercerJBashnm wus tho guest of Miss Hazel Payno at Webster lu.-t Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson wore dinner guests of Mr. und Mrs. Grayson Payno Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Payton Clay comb, of Webster, attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday, and were the guests of Mr. und Mis. Jess Payne. Mr. und Mrs. B. V. Hardin visited Mr. und Mrs. Tom Bnsham at Clifton Mills Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gibson, of Cloverport, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ligo Gibson at Webster Sunday. Mrs. Bettio Black and two daughters, Misses Sudio und Mat tio, of Addison, attended church ut Walnut Grove Sunday, and were tho dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt. Julious Dutschke, of Holt, vis ited his sistor, Mrs. Pollio Dutch ke, Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Edmonson Har rison, of Raymond, visited Mrs. Harrison's'parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Feltner, ut Mystic Sunday. Bony Gibson, of Irvi'ngton, at tended church at Walnut Grove Sunday. W. B. Argabright, our black smith, is going out of business and wishes to sell his shop. It is tho best stand in the county for a smith. Let some good smith como and sco tho situation, Ho would be pleased with it. GLEN DEAN. Mrs. W. R. Moorman returned from Frankfort Saturday where she had been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Monarch. Forty-seven tickets were sold to Lou isville on the excursion Saturday. Mrs. Levy lectured here last Monday afternoon to ladies and children. Lewis Owen Moorman returned home Friday night after being in Texas in school for nine months. Shell Harlow is visiting his grand mother in Hart county. Miss Nell Moorman returned last week from Bowling Green, where she has been teaching. Many from here attended the unveil ing last. Sunday at Macedonia church. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meador returned to Cloverport recently after a visit to her mother and his mother. Finishing Residence. Hugh Haycraft, of McQuady, wus in Fordsvillo Saturday buy-. ing iimsuintr lumber from tho Fordsvilln Plnninir AT ill Afr TTQVrilfr ta nnnmlninra kin 4l story eight-room residence which ho is building on his farm, near McQuady.