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The Breckenridge news: November 11, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914111101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 11, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. JO ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX LOOSE LEAF WARE- THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. No. SPLENDIDIDEAS. 18- - - BOURBON YARDS STOCK ARE READ-TAXPA- YERS -R- EAD At road way, running the entire length of Louisville for an indefinite period. the building, will give the farmers plenty of room anil quick service in unNOTICE. This warehouse is as well loading. equipped as any in the State for the sale i have of loose leaf tobacco. They The Game & Fish Commission is plenty of buyers to take care of all the sending a Special Warden into this offerings. They will be ready for busicounty with instructions to enforce the ness December I. game laws. The Commission hopes this Warden will not have to make arEMDEN MAKES FOES HELP. rests, but he and his local deputies will actively cover the county from this date Qwmanys Naval Terror to Allies jto the end of the season, and violators Coals From Captured Ships. Naval men throughout the world at wnl be punished. war or peace are praising the exploit Weedman-Combs- . of the German cruiser Emden, which, flying the Japanese flag and disguised Miss Fannie Weedman and Mr. Earl by the addition of a fourth smokestack, entered l'enang, n British pos-- i Combs, of this city, went to Cannelton session In the Straits Settlements, und Monday, November 2, and were married by Rev. C. E. Kelchraan, at two Xfired torpedoes which sunk the cruiser Jemtehug and a French o'clock. The ceremony solemnized at destroyer. The young Bro. Ketehman's home. One explanation of how the Euiden couple will make their home in Clover-poi- t. is able to keep at sea without putting Into ports for con I is contained in a 1 Ilus-slnn Discovery Of SANTA'S SHIP The Penalty Goes On December 1, 1914. Cattle Disease -- Three Cases Route Runs Switch Into Wo tiro compelled to collect your tuxes and prefer to do it withAt Shepherdsville Ties Up witch Service For All. IS FITTING OUT Wo liavo tirnuisred dates all over the county, tryinjr to out cost. Bullitt County. ;ive everyone a chance. After thin time you will have to hunt the READY DECEMBER 1 Now we have given a bond to collect these taxes and we arc HOOF AND MOUTH DISEASE. sheriff". going to do it. We are giving you this timely warning so you can Will Take Message of Good The Ilreckcnridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co., Hardinsburg, are putLouisville, Nov. 10 Three cases of save yourself cost and trouble. ting the finishing touches on their large foot and mouth disease were discoverWill to Europe, This is the last chance before the penalty goes on, unlcs? you warehouse near the depot for handling ed in Uullitt county yesterday and come to Ilardinsburg, Ky. It is to your interest to Unci out about all grades mid types of tobacco. The steps have, been taken to confine the Henderson Route has run a switch into cases. J. W. Newman. Commissioner your taxes, as wc cannot correct mistakes after December 1. At the building.giving the of Agriculture, has issued an order ollice IlardiiiHliurg and Clovcrport everyday. The dates and places COLLIER JASON THE GEARER. A closing the llourbnn Stockyards in arc siven below: facilities for shipping and receiving. Hardinsbarg -,- - Henderson Order Building-S- Follows Taxpayers Warning. Young People Have Too Many Religious Advantages and Cannot Appreciate Them. Other Notes. The nml services of the Woman's Missionary Society, of the Methodist church, was en joyed by many members of the church ami everyone seemed helcd ami benefited nt the close of the week. The programs for each day were very ami many outside of the society took part. Mrs. Frank Ferry gave a most interesting talk on the Baptist work in ltni7.il -- We think we are interested hi missions, but we are not," said Mrs. Ferry. She gave comparisons of the number of workers unit churches iu this country anil those in Brazil. "The United States is over run with churches," and Christianity is so convenient for us, that our young people are constantly postponing interest and work in religion. There is so much of the gospel they do not appreciate it." Mrs. Allen Kiugsberry gave a delightful report of the District Conference at Livermore. She said: Cloverport was on an average with other socitics in membership and dues paid in during the year, but the Cloverport Adult Society-wa-s greatly in arrears in contributing to t the pledge. The other Auxiliaries as soon as they pledge, they begin at once to raise the amount and before the year has ended their pledges are up iu full, llible rc tiling should be introduced into every meeting of the society. The new constitution was given. Miss Orr explained everything about the tines anil how to contribute to both departments without confusion. Rev. Mr. ltuckucr s.iitl it is not the fear of disappointment in paying dues from those who are not financially able, but it is those who are able aud will not pay. She told of the women who took little children from the Wesley House of Louisville, last summer and gave them a visit iu the country. Sunday the Rev. W. C. Frank preached a splendid .sermon on in missions. Wcek-Of-I'raySelf-denisay-jus- company-splendi- Askins, Tuesday, November Glen Dean, 17. Rockvale, Wednesday, November 18. Thursday, November 19. McDaniel, Friday, November 20. Mook and Union Star, Monday, Novembor 23. Hudson, Frymire and Lodiburg, Tuesday, November 24. Bewleyville and Mooleyville, Wednesday, November 25. Chenault and Webster, Thursday, November 26. Laden With Christmas Gifts From Chddren of America and Others to Orphans Made by War, She Will Visit England and France and Other Countries. Not u day passes without news ot aw re killings in the frightful strife iu which Europe is engaged, and some men hare calculated that by next Christmas 1,000,000 children will be fatherless because of the war. It is to bring ut least u little Christmas joy to these orphans that America's autn Onus xhlp will sail from New York on Nov ir with u cargo of gifts from the children of America and other well meaning persons to the of tho war stricken countries of Europe. The collier Jason ha? been designated by Secretary Daniels to carry' the Christinas presents The Juson Is 530 feet Ions and i!T feet wide. Her hold Is 30 feet 3 inches deep. She can carry lO.COO tons. She is made of steel throughout. Her cost was $031,000. Thi; commanding olllcer of the ship Is Henry T. Merrlwether. who ranks as a master In the nnvnl mutuary service. Jason Is Uncle Sam's Contribution. With the assignment of the Jason everything has been done that can be done by tho government to make the children's Christina movement a success. The navy department lias been working on the Itinerary of the Jason. It Is expected that the tlrst stop will be made In England. From there the collier will cross tho channel and probably go to Havre, since that is the nearest port to Paris, provided that port N still nn open port by the time the Jason reaches the other side. All the foreign countries have a safe convoy to the Santa Chins ship. France Is gofng to give her n reception, ami so Is England, and. ns for the other countries that will he grand visited, everything points to welcome. Interest In the Christmas ship throughout the country has been stimulated for several weeks ti.v inlliifiitlal newspapers In various large cities, which have been urging their rentiers to contribute gifts for the children of Europe. Wilson Greatly Interested. u John Cnllan OT.atighllii. the correspondent of the Chicago Herald, wrote: "Think of It. children of America! "President Wilson, your president. Is very much Interested In the plan to send Christmas gifts to the fatherless little ones of war ridden Europe. "The ambassadors of the countries! nt war. the men who are on duty at the capital of the nation looking ufter the Interests of their respective nations, say that your gifts will lie received and bring Joy und comfort and great thankfulness to those boys and girls whoso fathers are dead and for whom there can lie no Santa Clans unless you take his place. "Isn't It marvelous that you can so stir the world: that you can get tho United States, which Is neutral, to Join with Great Britain. France and Russia and Germany und Austria aud little Belgium, ull of which lire belligerents (that Is n uioutiifuli, iu sending a ray of light through tlie gloom mat covers cull-dred Wnsu-tngtii- Spring and Addison, Friday, November 27. Custer, Stephensport and Irvington, Saturday, November 28. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, every day. Big READ THIS AND TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR A. T. Beard, S. B. C, V. C. Pate, Win. Gibson, A. J. Dye and J. IRVINGTON NEWS B, Carman, Deputies. T cablegram received from Colombo, Ceylon, by the owners of the steamer Exford. one of the vessels captured by the Emden. The cable reported the sate arrival at Colombo of the captain and crew of the Exford und added that the commander of the Emden unuounced before he sank the Exford that be intended to take on board the cruiser the 7.000 tons of steam coal which the Exford carried The Emden. by the addition ot a rruiser and a destroyer to the long list of ships she has sent to the bottom. Is d In o fair wny to rival the amazing of destruction made during the war by the Alabama, one of the If warships built In England for the Confederate states It was the Alabama's havoc that afterward save rise tn the so railed "Alabama claim" mourn or During the twenty-tnretier existence the Alabama sank more hlp. many of them than seventy rec-ore AND SOCIETY NOTES Dies at Ammons Saturday Muensterberg has n theory that brilliant light benumbs the Intellect. We Seventy-Thre- e Years of Age are experimenting to And the degree of Leaves Husband and Son. Illumination by which the attention la Miss Nannie McGhee and Mr. kept vivid and the mental functions Known George Jarrett, Well active. London Standard. Mrs Hannah Hambleton, wife of Couple Marry - - O'Possum R. I) Hambleton, died at her home at. Only One Flavor. Hunts Enjoyed By Young Amnions Saturday. She had been ill "I never take any other flavor In Ice since-las- t February. She leaves her cream or soda water than vanilla," People. husband and one son, Cleveland said the Hcston girl to her New York Hambleton. cousin. INJURED. DAVID CREWS "Are you so fond of it as tlint?" Mrs. Hambleton was bjrn in Ohio "Not exactly, hut It Is obtained from and was seventy-thre- e years of ago. a bean, yon know." St I.ouls Mrs K. L. Jordan and children have She was a member of the Presbyterian returned from IJewleyvillo. church, and was a sweet Christian In Mr. and Mrs. A. B. SuterleftThurs her home and community. Before her A Family Jar." matriage she was a Miss Caldwt.ll "I suppose you know I came near day for their home in Ower.ton. marrying Jim Womlmt before I marDavid Crews, one of the workmen on and was married to Mr. Hambleton in ried you." John Cook's residence, fell from a 18s:i at Hlg Bend, Meade county. "Yes. I know It." said the goaded hus- scallold iuto tho basement aud was number at more than l.'n The Em band "He rubs It Into me every time lien, 11 repnrit'ti. uiiraut mi "ink lit: was removed to Returns After Sixteen City Jour seriously Injured twenty merchantmen In addition to he gets a chance " his homo at .McQuady Wednesday Years' Absence. nal two warships evanirg. Horace Gilbert, who lias been absent Then He Was Fired. Mr. and Mrs. C D. Hook and Mrs. from home for War Kills -- Peace Tree." sixteen years, letumcd Father cannot give yon my dnugh-ter- , X. Gaidner chaperoned 26 young The peace tree planted by ltcpre"cli lust week. my dear sir. I nm mighty partlcu. It was reported that Mr. and gentlemen .on an o'possutn Gilbert tatlve Ulrhard HniMinldt In the enpltol lar in such things Suitor Oh. pshaw! wai dead, and his many friends srounds at Wushlnytnn in IMIn when T.ie crowd hunt Saturday night. Now. I am not in the least so were greatly surprised to see him He was made between the flitted icaee weut on a hay ride to Lave Line, where fllatter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. GilThe tnr dying Stntes and Spain. a camp supper was served. ,1v oak had progressed llnelj until trie He was in bert, near Stephemport. What Is not necessary Is de . at 8 Mrs. Waller Wilson has returned to the city Saturday calling on his old jod of July lnt, when It beyan to penny Cnto. McQuady after a visit friends. her home at "iroop. with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson. Mr. Lewis Goes East. Ed Morrison entertained to a tacky party Monday evening. C. Lewis, of Hardinsburg, is in T. Irvingtou people in Louisville re- the East this week purchasing his Mr. Lewis Is Paul Wilson, Haynes Christmas goods. cently were: planning his Christmas adver-- . Trent and R. L. Lyou. The marriage of Miss Nannie Mc- Using for The Hreckeuridge News, and -AT THE Ghee to Mr. George Jarrett took place will have interesting announcements Mr. and Mrs. every week. In Louisville Friday. "AULL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY" Jarrett will make their home here. Interested In Poultry. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGhee. Dr. W. F. Iloggcss and Mrs. Boggess Patent Flour, per barrel. 71 ar.d Mr. Jones, Louisville, were over at Patent Flour, per saclc Hardintburg Friday to see P. M. Got Full Description. 5.20 Golden Grain, per barrel Dyer-nigwas om of the beet Beard's poultry yard. They are think60 , Golden Grain, per sack Ryer-FI- nw do ing of going Into the poultry"business nii'ii thnt ever lived 27.40 Shipstuff und Bran, even weight sacks, per ton Jim know? Dyer 1 married his widow. and came down to get soma pointers Europe' Town Topics. 1.40 Shipstuff and Bran, single hundreds from Mr. Beard. "What does all that mean? "It means tlrst of all that through When ordering do not forget that Tllb UA&H MUM the work of your brains and your Election Results In Breckinridge County ACCOMPANY THE OltDEK. bauds you ure going to make a little girl or a little boy smile through bis Wo propay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., tears on Christ's birthday. in weight, or more to all statious on the Henderson Uouto "Isn't that worth working fori and on tho M., II. & E. It. It. "Then It meuus that war will pnss I'ltEOIXCTS. by the ship that carries your gift to the Kor, fatherless child; the ship with the stars and stripes, your counthinking of building a house When you are try's ting, anil the streamer of white lU1 with the star of hope. Christ's ling, call on us for plans and specifications. We furnish I I MS1 9, IliirJlns'iurir No. . Illl' 10l Ij . I 2 2; liCl !3H and the single word Inasmuch.'" H:irUliislurK No. S.. ,!), ,Z IIS 7 S3 Utt M 117 3 h 1 I Muensterberg Mastered. Dad tfroui the hall Why, Marjorle, bow dim the light is in here! Freddy (the Uance. not n college graduate In valni Tcs, sir. Professor Respect For Each Other In t, Married Life. Not only but respect for the iuilivulualltv vl the husband and the 'tife, is at tho basis of true bap. piii'.'ss in marriage, the acknowledge ment of tne right to that freedom of the one individual which does not affect injuriously the freedom of the other; a regard for iileuity aud idio syncrasy, anil a .study anil understand McQUADY SPtUIALS ing nf such idiosyncrasy, must be im plied iu this mutual respect, and a unity in all things must follow, of course, when, it can be had; and where such unity can not be had, then forbearance on either side must take its With this mutual respect and place. regard for thu rights of on another comes the principle of unselfishness; and unselfishness, we maintain, will make marriage au utterly happy thing under almost any conceivable condition, if thoroughly practiced by both parties. The trouble is that it is usually only oue of the parties that Is called upon to exercise this virtue, and when the habit of the exacting side is formed, the exactions are apt to grow beyond the endurance of the one that has to meet them the cord Is stretched sometimes till it snaps. Exchange. Here From Kansas. Kuther Meadow and Dan Meadow, of Kansas, arrived Friday evening to visit This is Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Pate. the first time for nearly twenty yeirs that Mr. Meadow has been to his old Kentucky home. They are prosperous farmers of the West. bee 2 Birth Announcements. Mr. aud Mrs. Edward Nichols, a daughter, Eduar. Catherine Nichols, October 22. Mr. nud Mrs. David Allen, a daughter, November 3. Mr. nml Mrs. Joseph Vaughn, a daughter, Freda Mao Allen, November 5. 1 . them free of charge. Stick to Us and You Will Not Get Stuck llitlltowu Ulu.crport Nu. Cloverport No. 2 Cloverport No. J 1 No. 3 llurtllniiuuri; No. 4 lhirillLsliurx M iii HI 71 O 471 -, OH, ar ISI 7.V i 4 M IN . Kteulivntiport Unfuii ftur Mooleyvlllo Wub.tur . . 111 74 W. um Ul 4 47 IU! K.V aw 32. aw r! H 41 -- ? a 3 ... I I'M SORRY, NOW. Ill1 15 .'J hi xj mh III ill M. 4" 111 K t l .. 77 xi 1 hi I ill 4 M 2. 1 Irvloiiton McQuady Milling Co, McQuady, Ky. Gtutur ilewluyvlllu Hid Surlnic .. isx iin ir i3i III 11. v .rj UlenDeun Uoekva'e ........ ..( TOT&t.e IludMm Mook. . ... McDuiiloln ... ....... V m Ml tit io3) k 1 ti7 24 ui n 1 i I .. 3 . ii i 1 i:4l lui to, 7ii vi .. . 1IU 11W ... M II 7n7l T74olt7hll7ll JSU i it'll a a m 75'l7lTII7S4l lid 18 As doth a naughty child at close of day home Creep to his fatherV side and softly say, near Free. Ky.. Sunday night at 13 "Father, I'm sorry now, I've been so o'clock, Mrs. Brown's death was due bad;" to old age, bhe was past 1)0 years old. And as the father pardons the wee lad, She is the mother of ten children of So may 1 seek Ills Side when Life's wh,om eight survive her. The funeral day's o'er. was held yesterday afternoon from the Sayintt, "Oh, Father," 'mtd the tempest's roar, home, and the remains were laid to "I'm sorry now, I could no clearer see, " rest tn the Wheatley cemetery near More than a Father's love will pardon G. H. me. Patetvllle. Mrs Susan Brown died Mrs. Susan Brown Dead. nt her M. m DEMOCRATS APPRECIATE WORK OF CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN RHEA SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY NOV. 13th 0 sale is on FRIDAY and the 13th of the month besides, and is on nice, pure and to go on any table and to be eaten by anybody and they are at prices that wholesome Groceries, that everybody can buy them. This sale is on an .Unlucky Day and an Unlucky Number and if you don't get your share YOU will be the "Unlucky Buyer" THINK OF IT! This is fit Bob White Flour 55c per bag Snow Drift Flour 60c per bag Self-RisiFlour 65c per bag ng (Not more than 2 httiis to eucli customer) 16 lbs. of Granulated Sugar for $1.00 New Sorghum, 43c for 10 lb. bucket. 4 lbs. Soda for 5c Coffee, per package 20c . Shoe Polish 6c per box 2 pkgs. Spearmint or Kiss Me Gum for 5c 2-in-l 8 Cakes of Cleaneasy and Lenox Soap for 25c 7 Cakes of Naptha Soap for 25c 25c Can Calumet Baking Powders for 17c Putman's Fadeless Dye 6c per package 8c per can '25c Garden City Coffee for 20c per lb. California Evaporated Peaches 7'2c per lb. "Veribest" Pork and Beans with tomato sauce, Best Early June Peas, 2 cans for 15c Matches for 10c 20c Can Heinze's Mince Heat for 15c Nutmegs 5c per dozen 40c 5 sewed, painted handle broom for 30c Pure Ground Black Pepper 20c per lb. 3 lb. Cans Lye Hominy, 3 Cans for 20c 10c Peanut Butter 8c 2 Boxes Sun-kissHacaroni for 15c 3 boxes of ed Ladies' Tan English Walker, Society; in lace and button; $3.50 values; the greatest .. bargain ever offered for only Hardware Specials .iON. TMOMAS S. RHEA In tnt' placing of credit for the splendid Democrat - victory Id Kentucky on Tuesday, tins major portion Is being handed to Thomas S. Uhea, of Logan county, .State Treasurer who led the tight for lleckham and Camden as Chairman of tho Democratic State It was an old Campaign Committee. time Democratic victory, probably the greatest In Kentucky in thirty years, the majority going above anything given the party in that long time, and Mr. Illiea was the recipient of hundreds of telegrams complimenting1 him pit his leadership and campaign management for the party. It U conceded that the overwhelming1 result was largely due to organization, In getting the people arouseil and to the polls to vote. Chairman Ithea has long been known down In tho Third Congressional district as a campaigner, but this was his first experience covering so much territory, lie htought the methods of him so sucwhich mad cessful In county and district jolltlcs He rtiivotwl Into the htato fight. every energy to the work, seloctlnK tit own campaign committee and all uKfliittauUi and personally ot hi every novo that was made. Not content with running one special tr. in th.oii'h Kentucky bearing a National character, Mr. Bryan, us the prar speaker, he conducted another on a more estontdve aciUe. which carried only KentuckiuuH aa speakers and This proved more c.mj than the tirst and did nuvh to for the voters to the aro' ttl l !ig out on Jie il i;. of hPti.ti C'rur.ij and precim t . ..mpiUn com 'i ucre urn. u K'lt! . ont'-st- , k i.t 'n .in in tli-- ' - .a t ur' iii tho '. in i ai Its speakers iiunati o h' 'iid Ui. t every section of had Its ii- You can make no mistake in buying your .fG.OO Dazey Churn, like cut, for $4.75 Thanksgiving Groceries at this sale and re- vr ' I t 1 "irTafaWrB "f 'f I "Silver Plate that Wears" MIW1 No. 1, Galvanized Tubs, regular 50c Democratic speakers urging upon the values for !Joc people the necessity for going to the polls and voting to uphold President No. 2 Galvanised Tubs, icsrular GOc Wilson and his peace policies for the values for 45c fe ff American people. No. 8 Galvanized Tubs, regular 70c The one feature of Chairman Ithea's campaign which particularly stands out values for 55c THE M In the political battle just won was In 25c Enamel Wash Pun for 19c ! DAZEYjj his handling of the political situation In the city of Louisville and the Fifth 25c Zinc Wash Board for 19c Congressional district. Confronted O'Ccdur Mop and $1.25 Mottle O'Cedar when he undertook to make the party campaign with the fact that the head polish for $1.50. or the ticket had lost Louisville In the primary last August, and coming 3O out of tiiat city in the election ot with over twelvo thousand majority for that nominee. Democratic Years COLLEGE MEN FLAT CHESTED. hats are oil to their chairman. Hur Suffered Twenty-On- e ther, he had to deal with tho fact that Finally Found Relief. Expert' Says Indiana Students Don't Louisville had had the habit for sev- i Know How to Stand. eral years past of only weakly suptwenty onejears limine suffered for porting Democratic candidates and One out of every six men of tho I dually have very often giving a majority against 'with a pain in my siile, Ireslimen class of Indiana university la them at the polls. Out of all of this found ic.it f in I)r. Kiimcr's Swauji-- 1 defective physically, according to staRoot. Injections of inoriMne were tistics made public nt Blooiningtoii. he brought a result that far the expectations of those who my anly relief lor short periods of I lid., by Dr. J. K. 1. Holland, physical weie associated with him in the fight, time. became. so tick that I had to 'director of the university. lie said the largest Democratic majority tho undergo a surgical operation in this percentage had been fixed after I'irtli dliitrict has given in over a quarwhich benefited ma for two llliernl allowances had been made In ter of a century ears. Whan the same lntn camo favor of the Individual being examinTho same clever methods that Negligence was ascribed as the one day I was so sick that I ave up ed. brought this about in Louisville cause In most of the cases of ImperfecA friend advised mo served as well In pretty nearly ovary hopes of livinc tion. and I at onee section of the suite In tho election to try your Swamp-Roo- t Hut chests and Hat feet were the commenced usiny it. Tho llrst bottle principal defects. Dr. Holland said of Tuesday. Kvery Congressional disI purchased trict worked harmoniously with tho ,dld me so much food that that, while he did not approve cigaState Chairman, and In ovorj ono of two more bottles. I am now on my rettes, ho did not blame all the Uat them the vote wan nearly finch as It Mcond bottle and am feeling like a chests to the nicotine habit. He atwould have been with local races on new woman. I passed a crave! stone tributed the present condition mostly in ;he counties. as larye as a bit' fed bean and several to the fact that the men did not know achieved small ones. I have not had ttie least how to stand correctly. That the victory Iiave the way for Democratic success Gymnasium work, designed to ex taking your in the if'tate election of next year Is fcclinc of pain since the arches of Swamp-Roo- t and I feel It my duty to pand the chests and lift the opinion of tho party leaders and the feet, had been arranged by Dr. recommend this ureut medicine to all ivm one conversant with political sutlerlne; humanity. Gratefully yours, Holland, who said ho hoped that most if i in Kentucky It demonstrates. of the defects would be removed. MRS JOSKIMI CuNSTANCH, iluv tay. hat the paity Is harmonious Of 150 women of the class examined Kclio, La. only soventeeii were placed In the cor and united. Uapides l'ar. I'ersoually appeared before me, this rective classes. 1911, Mrs. Joseph loth day of Constance, who subscribed 1 1 the above Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly statement and made oatli that the The Old Standard general atrengthenlni; tonic, TONIC, drive out same Is true in substance and in fact. ORO VK'S TASTKLHSS chill builds up lhey-tenMalaria .enriches theblootl.and A due touic. adults aud children. 50c Notary l'ubllc. W.M. MoitKWOW, member it lasts only one day, Friday, Nov. 13 B. F. Beard & Co Hardinsburg, on Ky. nor WE INVITE YOU to call nnd inspect our Vault and safety Deposit" Boxes, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthor- d 1 ized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started br infinitesimal causes, and it mav break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. j BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, jut J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: . i r DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Jul, DENTIST Office Hours: f S:S:'SSVm. Always In olllce during cilice hours Irvington, Ky. Dr. Kilmer & Co. Ulnuliamlon.N. Y. Letter tu GERMAN CRUISER INTERNS Will Do For You Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Send tun cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lIlDKhamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. 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In Kant Prua-In- . he sheriff of llrnubi-ri;- . Iiiih appealed for catsklns to ho tout to Mm. lie promises lo he respon. Ililc for their mrliiK mid will make them Into body belt nnd mittens for .he troops. Catsklns. he adds, are n H'oll known tmfexunrd uejilust Important. Dear In mind that Chamberlain's Tablets no, only move the bowels but Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by all dealers. ceived a report from tho commandant of tho navy yard at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, stating that the cruiser Geler and her tender, tho German steamer I,uck-sahavo been Interned at Honolulu. Japanese crulsors had been waiting outside tho harbor for the vessels, which had been undergoing repairs. This action was tho rcsponso expected to tho notification served on tho Geler last week by tho state 'department that she must either leave Honolulu by a certain date not publicly announced, or bo interned. The navy re- Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Want ads. ,Bring Results Solicits patronage of Clovorport Business Men and Shoppers Remarkable Cure of Croup. "Last winter when my little bov had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber-lulu'- s How To dive Quinine To Children. I honestly bs Cough Remedy. Notice. nam glrtn to o bleve it saved his life," writes Mrs. FKBRILINK U (he Improved Quinine. It liTatlt Byrup. pleaa-an- t to take aud doea not dlalurb tbe atomach. All persons having claims against tbe J. . Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the and never la his coughing Children take It adapted to know ItwhoQuinine. estate of L. C. Simmons, deceased, will phlegm and relieved Alto eapcclally adults taon.it take Doea spells. I am most grateful for what cauaaordinary Quinine. ringing; not nauaeatt nor please present same properly proven as aervouaneaa nor In tbe bead. Try required by law to tbe uaderslgaed. this remedy has done for him." For it tbt next Unit you need Quinine for any Aak for t ounce original package. The ale by all dealers. C. X Simmons, Adalawtrater. name rnuUMi I blown in bottle. U ceala. tride-mark pur-poe- t. H JBQVOVQOGwC . xoxxxxxxxoxxoxxxxxxxxxxxxx COME TO LOUISVILLE At Our We 330-33- 4 MAIL ORDERS FILLED Accurately and promptly. If you cannot attend this sale, send us your orders and we will fill them and send them to you hy Parcel Post Free of charge Expense round trip railroad fare. will refund 5 per cent of sour total purchases W, Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. up to the amount of your 0 8 Our Annual Thank sgiving ProfitSSiaiina Will Begin Monday, November 18th V Below are listed a few of the many bargains at Prices that will save you money Boys Clothing $5 Blue Serge all-wo- 0 0 6 Knickerbockers 50c Quality; in fancies and blue serge; sizes 5 to 16 yiars Pull-Dow- n Caps For Boys ol Suits $3.45 .39c 50c Quality; with fur inside of the baud; QQp made of fancy cassimers and corduroys; all sizes., uuu Men's $1.00 Quality cale Shirts 59c Per- Norfolk Style With Full Linen Knickerbockers livery suit is guaranteed all wool and fast color serge and offers nn extraordinary chance to obtain a good suit at low price. f 1.00 Quality; Thickset Corduroy, in tan and brown, sizes 6 to 17 years....". 1.50 Quality Illue Serge; full lined, peg style, belt loop and watch pocket: sizes 6 to 17 years..,. Nightshirts 98c attached; sizes 50c Quality; 14 flannelette; made with collar to 18 jears QQp www $4.50 Pure Wool Suits $3.25 With Two Pairs of Knickerbockers These suits are made of cheviot, cassimere and Kersey, and the pants are full lined. They are the newest model Norfck styles and we have them in brown, blue, tan and gray; sizes 6 to 18 years. Sweater Coats in navy blue, cardinal, tan and Kray; with shawl or Byron collars; nil sizes; values 79c to .5 1. So; for White Wool; V neck; all sizes; honeycomb ". weaves; fi.oo goods Children's Play Suits Cowboy, Cowgirl, Indian Chief and Indian Squw Models Made of a very good quality khaki trimmed leather in the case of the cowboy and cowgirl suits, and with red fringe in the case of the Indian suits. These suits sell regularly for $t 25. Sizes QRp 2 to 14 years Men's Full Laundered Negligee Shirts; made of best quality percale; coat stvle, faced sleeves, cuffs attached; in neat black and white, blue mid white and hello and white stripes; every shirt guaranteed to fit perfectly; all sizes. Ilest bargain we have ever ottered. Men's Flannelette Night Shirts 39c flood quality flannelette; full size; well made; lar attached. All sizes. col- .55c Jul 60c Worth Men's Handkerchiefs a Full Dozen 35c $3.48 and 2.98 Woolen Norfolk Suits $2.29 Made in the new Bulgarian style, with full cut knickerbockers, in woolen cassimers and cheviots; in gray, tan and brown, also in blue serge; sizes 6 to 17 years. Great Values in Men's Sweater Coats Men's $1.00 Sweater Coats Wool-mixe- Plain White Hemstitched Cambric Handkerchiefs; full size; 5c values; sold this sale by the QCn dozen only uuu Men's $6.00 Waterproof Raincoats $3.75 Boys' GuaranteedWaterproofRaincoats$2.39 They are made full strapped and cemented by These coats are double texture tan rubberized cloth. sold as high as 4.50; sizes 4 to 18 years. d 79c 90c large Men's $1.50 Wool Sweater D Coats Men's $2.50 Worsted Sweater coats Iff 3J.l.e) Heavy knit, with shawl collar; colors Oxford gray and brown; all sizes. Double texture; rainproof; full strapped and cemented; military or regulation collar; in medium or dark mixtures; all sizes. Heavy fancy weave; shawl or Byron collar; all sizes; big assortment of colors. Boys' and Children's Mackinaw Coats to $3.48 Sizes 3 In a big assortment of colors and patterns. 17 Men's $1.25 Wool Sweater Coats $1.69 Men's Hosiery and Underwear Men's 25c Fiber Silk Sox Seamless; slight mill imperfections; and tan; all sizes. years. Boys' School Overcoats $2.49 and They are made with the shawl or convertible collar, There are in a large variety of patterns and materials. values in this lot up to $5.oS. Sizes 12, r3, 14, 15, 16 17. with pockets; Heavy fancy weave; assortment ot colors; all sizes. Byron or shawl collar; colors navy, gray, maroon and green; all sizes. 15c black, white Dress Accessories P riced for This Sale Women's Handkerchiefs; pure linen; hand embroidered: put up 6 in a pretty box; regular QQp price ; Men's 50c Heavy Ribbed Underwear 37.Jc I'tilileachcd Heavy Ribbed Fleeced Undershirts Drawers; all sizes; the garment 37 and 5 Boys' Shower-Proo- f Balmacaan Coats $3.69 Made with the regulation or millitary collars; all colors; actual $5.00 values; sizes from 4 to 18 years. special o0u Pajarras $1.00 Quality Flannelette Pajamas; fine quality Sizes QRn material; trimmed with frogs in front. ' . . . .0 JU from 6 to 16 years. Special price QQp 50c Shirts; with or without collar attached; in light percales and light and dark chambrays. . . . UUw 50c Blouse Waists: tapeless "Model" brand, in white, light percals, plain and striped chain- QQp bray; sizes 6 to 16 years dub Shirts and Waists Hats For Boys and Children Quality Black Velvet Plush Hats; new shapes and all sizes Jti.oo Quality Felt Hats; all styles and all sizes f 1.25 Uuu OQn Initial Handkerchiefs; plain white, wide hem. hemstitched; made of French lswn, with fflI fin 4) .UU colored initial; 6 in a box; $1 25 quality Initial Handkerchiefs; sheer quality French lawn, hemstitched; half dozen handkerchiefs in the assorted styles in a box, RQp 75c quality dtlu Children's Handkerchiefs; plain white; hemstitched, with a colored initial; put up three 1 Ca I uli in a picture box, for Waist Sets and Collars; roll cellars; lawn OQn &du or pique; special price Waist Sets; made of Plauen lace; assoited shapes; in white and ecru; !0c value 29C bric with initial in the corner; put up 6 In a OQp Ju dox; tegular price 40c; sale price Initial Handkerchiefs; plain white hemstitched: linen finish with initial embroidered in wreath'.QQn put up (Jin a box; regular price 50e;sale price.. uuu Silk Mull Neck Scarfs: hemstitched ends; black, white and all the leading colors; 3'Jc value 29C Neck Scarfs, Moral design silk mull; silk dotted crepe, plain crepe and Japanese silk; a large A0r Hub assortment; values to 75c; special Men's $1.00 Velvet Ribbed Underwear 69c Heavy Unbleached Velvet Ribbed Shirts and Drawers; all sizes; the garment 6gc. Men's $1.00 Union Suits Heavy fleece lined; silver gray; all sizes. 7S?c CQn Owu Initial Handkerchiefs; white hemstitched cam- Women's Vestees; plain white, with high ORp roll collars; embroidered edge; 39c value Waist Sets; made of lawn or batiste; trimmed with lace; plain, semi-stif- f or laundered; Rflfi $1 00 and JUL 1 Qn Collars made of I'lauen luce; assorted shapes in white and ecru; values to 31)c, for. ..130 Embroidered Handkerchiefs; plain white hemstitched linen or cambric, with dainty embroid- - Cp value for ered design in corner; uu Linen Handkerchiefs; on French lawn, in a sheer quality; plain white and hemstitched; ORp embroidered design in corner; 10c quality; ii for LJi Men's $1.25 Union Suits 79c Heavy Velvet Ribbed closed crotch; ah sizes. Unbleached Union Suits; Hen's $1.75 Union Suits 95c Medium weight Velvet Ribbed Union Suits; crotch; all sizes. closed 7c Men's $3.00 Worsted Union Suits $1.69 Heavy Spring Needle Ribbed Pine Worsted Suits; closed crotch; all sizes. Union tub Underwear for Women aud Children Women's 39c Vest and Pants 25c Pants: regular and extra Vests: Ankle-lengt- h size; slight mill imperfection. Heavy Peeler Ribbed Fleeced High neck Long-sleeve Fancy Box Stationery; 24 25 Women's 50c Vest and Pants 35c e Heavy Bleached Fleeced Ribbed High-nec- k Vests; Ankle length Pants; all regular and extra Long-sleev- envelopes; i9c quality Combination 24 silt-edg- e and TiOc sizes quality sheets of paper and 1 fin IUU Package Stationery; 24 sheets of paper carils; envelopes to match; QCp Cards; 24 opes to match each, stamped in gold from a steel engraved ilie Gold Initial Paper; uuu stock; put up in Kodak Albums; 2") Women's Bleached Fleece Ribbed Union Suits; ankle length, medium weight; high-necDutch neck, elbow sleeves nnd low neck, no sleeves, knee length; regular and extra sizes. k, long-sleeve- Women's 50c Union Suits 39c Initial Correspondence cards with envel sewed wUu fancy box; all initials leaves QCp Post Card Albums; CQp uu values up to $l..UjU 11 9Rp c.uu extra heavy quality linen Efln Hosiery For Women and Children Women's $1.0o"silk Hose 75c d Fast-blachigh-splice- d k lisle garter welt; sizes. Hose; double heel and double sole; all Thread-silk MP Women's $1.25 Silk Hose 75c Full Seamless Richelieu and Accordion Ribbed Silk Hose; reinforced garter welt; heel and double sole; large assortment of color combinations; all sizes high-splice- d WONDERFUL OFFERING IN ART GOODS Battonberg Piano Covers Regular $1.65 Value 89c Columbia Crochet Cotton, 01 n white, cream and ecru; per ball.. 03b Stamped Waist; in crepe and voile; sale price Stamped Pillowcases; soc'qual-JOf- Bleached Lisle Union Suits; lace or plain trimmed; low neck, sleeveless; excellent value. Bleached Medium weight Union Suits; high or low neck, long or half sleeves, ankle or knee length; regular and extra sizes. Women's 75c Union Suits 29c Battonberg Table Covers Regular $1.75 Values 95c Lace Trimmed Scarfs Regular 50c Value 39c Women's d $1.00 Embroidered Hose 50c Women's $1.00 Union Suits 59c These beautiful Table Covers arc These handsome Scarfs measure 18 made with drawn center, and arc inches by 54 inches, and are made particularly appropriate as gifts. with drawuwork and set ill medallions Royal Society Floss: per ball Utopia I'loss; per dozen skeins Royal Society I'loss; per dozen skeins Profit-Shari- ng Imported Silk Lisle Hose; Ilerms-dor- f black with handsome embroidered white and co'or-e- d fronts; a big bargain and we have only a limited quantity; all sizes .7c Covers to Mutch; size 30 inches square .39c 42c QQp high-splice- d Women's 50c Hose 35c Imported Silk Lisle Hose; with colored top and tip; reinforced garter top; raved stop; heel and double sole; Hermsdorf black dye; all sizes, Ilox of 6 pairs $2 00. d OflP t Heavy Bleached Fleeced Rtobed Union Suits; high neck, long sleeves, ankle length; strictly first quality and tailor finished; regular and extra sizes. Bleached Fleecee Ribbed Union Suits; high neck, long sleeves, ankle length; ages 6 to 14 years. Women's $1.00 Union Suits 69c Children's 65c Union &Uw 9Qp Crash 1'illow Covers; lace Zuw trimmed; regular 50c quality. 9Q.P ity; made of best tubing; per pr.t&u &uu ularly sold Made Stamped Gowns; for 65c; at reg- - uuu Women's 25c Burson Hose 17c high-splice- d Suits 39c Party Cases and Bags at Party Cases; bound with crepe grain morocco or vachette leather' in black or colors; has assorted lining! and gold plated fittingsf O QC $4 00 value for fL.iJO Party 'Cases; covered with black or green leather; assorted linings; five piece gold plated fittings; QQp Sale Prices 75C seal or walrus in black and colors; complete fittings and linings sizes. fast black; reinforced garter welt; heel; double foot; medium weight; all Ilox of 6 pairs $1.00, Children's 50c Sleeping Garments 39c Heavy Fleeced Ribbed Peeler Sleeping Garments; high nck, long sleeves, drop seat, closed foot; ages 6 to 10 years. inside; coin purse and mirror; assorted shapes; f 1 00 value Women's 25c Hercerized Hose 15c Full seamless fast black lisle; large welt; heel; double sole; have slight mill imperfections hardly uoticable; all sies. high-splice- Gloves at Reduced Prices Women's 25c and 50c Gloves About 5O two-butto- n silk-line- d 15c dozen drummers' samples, consisting of aud chamols-linc- d clasp, Ueece-llneImported Cashmere Gloves; in Dlack or colors; nearly hit sizes. Ouu special price shape or Party Cases; pocket-boo- k box shape; open at the top or side, crepe, seul or nioroceo covered, with assorted linings complete; gold plat $7.50 $6.50 aDd$5.00 Leather Handbags black leather coverings; ton 01 gray leather-lined' Women's Duplex Gloves 65c Imported Washable Heavy Duplex Gloves: two. point button clasp; pique sewn; three rows spearsizes. stitched back; tan white and chamois color; fill Leather Handbags; all leather; in large and small sizes; pannier or Suede Velvet Handbags; 9Rp ilde strap handles; black or assorted long cordor bundles; values to jfi. . uu e ficolors; one, two and Suede or Velvet Handbags; with ttings; values to jl.50 QCn Ujb long cord handles; va'ucs (M Qfl for " 4) I.UU to J5.00 Leather Handbags; leather or silk lined; in the new small shapes or the Children's Handlings; in black and large shopping bats; comp'ute (lu- colors; sirup or chain handles value for 7uc tings or with coin purse and mirror 3Vc only; assorted leathers; val M QR 50c value ftir to 3 00 47I.UJ Girdles; odds and ends of suede, Leather Handbags; In the new velvet or silk elastic; value IRp I dl , small shapes; pin seul, pin morocco to 50c five-piecu-s $6, $5, $3.50, $2.95 d Children's 5i 17c Hose 12Jc good-wearin- g Fast lllack Seamless ixi Ribbed Heavy Coton Hose; double knee; four thread heel and toe; quality; sizes toy's. 5 6 Veils For Women Chiffon lors; regular Veil; i o satin stripe lHrdcr.s; nil col vulncn 69c' I.Ju Women's 35c Gloves 25c Imported Block Silk Lined Cashmere Gloves; clnsp; all sizes. two-butt- ou We have a large assortment of Jewelry and on account of limited space can only mention a few of them: German Silver Vunatles; Duplex Vanities; German Silver Mesh B igs; Wgln Watches; Gold Filled Watches; LVonard Wuichts; Shell or Amber llarrettes; liar Pins; Hrass Smoking Stands; Pull Jurs; Ivory Toilet Sets; German Silver Toilet Sets; Ivory Toilet Sets; Ivory Manicure Sets. ARTICLES OF JEWELRY Chiffon Veil.; satin strip border or plain hem stitched ends; all popular slmdt; values Ci nr hcnii-titche- d to 3.30 for 4I Chiffon Vole; ends; 2 yards long, QCp 1 yard wide; all colors; $1.35 value; for Uuu , Pattern Lace Veils; 75c value I w TulltU llalnijrjof 1 ill black aud colors; .49c leugth with three buttons at wrist; white black and tan; all sizes. Women's $3.50 Kid Gloves $2.45 mlii-flln- c .. These goods are priced to correspond with the low prices prevailing in this Ad. truuii'i or liumllu-Tttlut'- fuibmluk; s Women's SiHuch unit Muu'uSH liichTwutlcd imported t'olUni Icel roil I 1'aruiron itulil In tliU lot worth uu tofl--- v: Ivory eouiu.;liorn, ll.M) 89C THE BRECKENR1DGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY NEWS, ARRAYS MOSLEMS AGAINST ALLIES M. TURPIN. JNO. D. BABBAGI:. Editor and Publisher Invsntor of TurpinlU, Uftd b French Army. OUR BANK CAN HELP THE "PRUDENT MAjl TO KEEP HIS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914 ACCOUNTS Hill II STRAIGHT Turks' Entry Info War Aimed EIGHT PAGES. at British Rule In India. sHssss4sflLssssssssks?asW aiaaaaaaaaaaat tbo of hostilities bj Turkey against Hussla the number ol warring nations Is Increased to tea FINANCING OUIl CHURCHES. The other nine. In church in Cloverport are beginning hostilities,the order of tbclt, The Baptist church and the Methodist are Austria, Germany, Russia, France, Montethrilled with enthusiasm of the new duty in their hands the duty of paving for new heating power in their churches. The Baptistchurch negro, Belgium, Great Britain and .la pan. has already decided a way to raise $500 to pay for tho furnace and to Ever since fighting began the kaiser cover some current expenses. Most all this amount has been pledged on the one hand und the allies on the bidding for other have to bo paid for with frce,will otferings. Different Sunday school class support, andbeen former, by Turkish the virtue ol es have made pledges, many members have pledged to give so much his careful attention during a period TURKEY MAY FORGE get of many years to Turkish 8tisceptlhlll a month until the furnace is paid for and tho church expects to the entire amount in ten months. Ono member said she thought sho ties, has triumphed over the Turkish INTO THE WAR fear of Russia and the British fleel was giving well to pledge SI. 00 a month, but tho pastor and his wife and whatever gratitude the porte may pledged a great deal more than that and it mndo her wonder. The feel for England's support in time past Tiie worm nt large urst realized that Situation In Tripoli Becoming churches in Cloverport are learning the art of quiet giving and tho the Turkish empire might play an Im W e believe tho day will come when the gladness there is in it. portnnt part in the great struggle when Menacing. churches of Cloverport will not have to ask for money, will not have on Aug. 11 the 13 res an nnd the Uoe-bethe two German cruisers caught All the to beg, sell or burden themselves with raising finances. in the Mediterranean the outbreak ministers will have to do is to preach the Love of God and the needs of hostilities, managedat to elude tin May Avert "Holy War." no giving on fleets of the allies and take refuge tu London, Nov. 9. The news from to promote His Kingdom. No public Mib.criptions, Egypt is reassuring. There is no inconditions, no sermons and talks on money raising, but quiet giving the Dardanelles. According to International law, they dication that the efforts of Turkey and We need to give possible for Cloverport. is the ideal financial plan were safe so long as they remained In Germany to stir the Moslems to revolt more, to give freely and quietly, to pay our pastors willingly and a neutral port, but they must cither has been successful. Religious leadcome out after twenty-fou- r hours oi ers and tribal chiefs seem to havo remust we add increase their salaries? They need money to give. period jected Turkey's demand for a holy war consent to The way our churches lmvo helped themselves most hus been by of the war. be Interned for therose su and are promising loyalty to the emTurkey, however, free-wi- ll offerings to churches perior to custom and permitted them pire. helping others. They started by'giving far away from home and now they arc financing their own churches to stay on, giving out that she had Rome, Nov. 9. Italy is sending navy In purchased them with greater voluntary giving. The longc.-- t way round is the sweet- place of the two for her own building troops to Tripoli to defend her settlebattleships est way home. Our churches have grown in the missionary missions In England 'on her order which had ments and loyal tribesmen against Arab rebels and Bedouins who have and by giving to countries like "The Lund of the Morning Calm" wc been taken over for the British navy raided supply columns In the Interior Breslau and Goeben Now Turkish. have realized blessings that will rc--t upon generations of tomorrow. and have nttacked an encampment of since then have ap The two cruisers submissive tribesmen at Derna, as has Let us not talk unkindly about people, even when wo do not cull pearedsaid Turkish vessels.has Itbeen alsu Turkey has disregarded tho promise trybeen that Germany It makes us feel miserable to icmnrk about "some people." ing to forward to them by land con made to Italy by Germany that thonames. porto would not threaten Italian colopeople" from your mind, if their names are not worth sldcrnble numbers of sailors, it has , Dismiss ".-ofc ' had been rumored that under the Turkish' on Tripoli. Events are tending moro Think of those calling, thoughts of them arc not worth thinking. Hag they have still retained their Ger and more to force Italy into the war who are accomplishing great srood in this world, think of the neighman crews. on tho sldo of the allies. The newest, Meanwhile the porte has denounced most momentous crisis has developed bor you love and you will soon love all the rest. "Some people" is only a way of saying things about those we do not like and the world the capitulations that is, the conces In Cyrenaica, due to the aggressions powers which per to Keep on thinking of slonstheir Christian to be subject only of Bedouins stirred by the preachments nearly always knows exactly whom you mean. mlt nationals of Turkish and German agents. vour best friciuU, and after a while, you will have ten times as many. to their own consular law courts, alNews received here Indicates Turown post key's low them to maintain their Intention to drive the Italians an un It "I always go to bed early on election night, even when running offices, und so on. the has beennffected. out of Tripoli and to regain the provpowers pleasant thing for inces lost in the war between Italy t. for office myself." Theodore Including this country, to face this, and Turkey. For a week Bedouins In but In the present chaos It has been the Interior have waylaid small deNo sign he does not suffer with a wakeful night. Impossible for any one nation to do tachments of troops and have fired more than protest upon and wounded Italian soldiers. Plan your Christmas ads and get them to us as early as possible. By getting Turkey to Join blm In the light on the allies the kaiser has been Bedouins appeared in force at Derna, aiming another blow at England, since on the eastern extremity of the Cyrenpromontory and made a savage tho Turkish sultan Is the nominal head aica encampment of all the Mohammedans on earth. effort to destroy the LIFE IN VERA CRUZ, MEXICO The desert marauders were Great llrttnlu Is the greatest Moham there. i ned an power In the world. In Egypt driven off by Italian infantrymen. ity Jumi-- W. Dell. It seems probable that Italy, within and India she has under her rule an enormous number of followers of the tho next day or so, will demand an exKrnnce nlso. through her planation from Turkey and possibly We found that since we left the prophet, Mr. anil Mrs. W. I). Willson, from Germany, since Germany has asMcQuady, Kentucky. . States orders had been rectived to rent African possessions, has to con sumed to guarantee the safety of ildt-r the Mohammedan problem. evacuate the city, but no date had been Dearest friends: May Cause Trouble In Egypt. I know you would like to hear from set to leave, and in a few days transEgypt Is still nominally part of the ports began to arrive and we loaded all Vera Cruz and you would also like to TERSE TELEGRAMS rurklsh empire, although to all Intents know what I think of the inhabitants. bulky mnte.ial so that when the date nd purposes It has been Incorporated As you all know spent four months of should be set we could get away upon hi the British empire, and there is a A report from Petrograd says that watchful waiting at Texas City during short notice. More than three weeks possibility that the cry of the sultitu the Russians ure firmly established in I had beyjun have passed and we nre still here, with for help might cause disturbances. In East Prussia. the summer months, and to think I would never see Mexico, on all indications pointing to a longer stav. India, too. the preaching of u holy war It Is said Germany has begun a camthe ll!th of September I received orders However time ind time only will tell i.v the Mohammedans might give rise paign to lnclto tho Persians to begin to n great deal of trouble. But. on the story. to be ready to sail on the loth. So on the other hand. England can point to war against Russia. I have had lots of time at my disposal the loth sixty-fou- r of us boarded the Tho United States torpedo boat detin' excellent effect on her position In San Marias, a small chartered trans- and have spent most of it in exploring Eirypt of the reforms of Lord Kitchen stroyer Paulding Is stranded in Lynn-haveport, for the land of our youthful the city to its extreme limit and to all r: to the fact that the Aga Knliti. the bay, Virginia. dreams of adventures and romances. points of the compass. It is like all religious head of Indian Muhammed President Wilson has signed a procThis trip was not made for our benefit, other cities of Spanish culture that I iinlsm. has declared himself lu her fa lamation declaring tho neutrality of but was a regular trip of the San Mar-c- have visited, and yet in other ways it viiv. mid. above all. to the fact that ut the United State3 In the war between as a supply ship. We had a very is quite different. What struck me as this moment there are Mohammedan England and Turkey. nice and pleasant trip; the weather was greatly different is that their streets Indian soldiers lighting for her lu Eu In tho two months, Aug. 15 to Oct. rope. 15, 113 vessels, carrying in the aggregood and the sea calm. are straight and fairly broad. Their To Americans the Inclusion of Tur- gate 583,949 tons of cargo, passed Early oue the morning of the 18th , streets are of asphalt, that is, the busi- ing In the war has Klgulllcance through through the Panama canal. we could see a dim outline of a moun- ness districts. The houses are alt two the presence In the Levant of the UnitCaptains Remy and Faure. distintain range to the southwest, which we story very few of them higher und ed suites cruiser North Carolina. An knew could be none other than the most all are made of brick and motar, outbreak of the Moslems against the guished aviators, were killed when their machlno fell on the roof of a About 10 plastered with cement and painted over Christians, the Jews or the Arineul mountains of old Mexico. house at o'clock we could see the city of Vera either a pale blue, red or orange color. 'ins Is likely nt some point or another, Ofllclal notification of the mining of und American missionaries may be In Cruz in the distance, and about noon The roof is red tile. the entrance to tho Gulf of R1h. tho danger we got close enough to begin to look At present it is absolutely the cleanThe lliimldleh. most active of Turk- Gulf of Finland and the vicinity of for curtain landmarks that we knew to est place I ever saw. Home of the men ish ships. Is an armored cruiser of Aland Island has been sunt out. be a feature of the place. The first tell me that when the troops came M.miii tons, iiullt In England and com Forest fires racing In tho Black and we !oo for is Ml. Orizoba, which we here that it was filthy. Cumberland mountains In tho eastern Others bay pleted lu 1001. She carries two look for in vain, as the dny is rather that it is no filthier than many s eight und four sniiillei part of Kentucky nro destroying cities in hazy it cannot be .seen. The other Is the Slates. I am inoliued to believe l'iiiis and three torpedo tubes and has of dollars' worth of timber. the Castle of San Jaun I)e Ulloa, which the latter statement. Twcnty-onti complement of HOJ men Her peed persons havo died In we easily recognize by its towers and hospitals nt Warsaw during tho last In the center of the town is a large l" twenty two knots. In the Balkan war the Ilamldleli thick walls emplacements for common few days from wounds received from Kpjare called the I'lazu. On one side iiimle a brilliant record, similar to the Gorman bomb3 dropped from aeromasts. The tort city is situated on a is an Immetue cathedral and on the of the German cruisers Em planes. bay of at least ami indenture of the other side Is tho city hull. On the two len und Karlsruhe In the present con Davllmar Theodore, the leador of coast line which give them a safe hm-brtmuining sides the walks are wide and diet Her Puptulu lteouf, tho recent sitecousful robolllon against for shipping The only thing in hero wu see mi institution of which we IimiI studied Anierieuii naval method tho administration of Prosldont tie way of the harbor hure is a liuve heard but never teen that is luring it Ma. ol Mime years In this has been elected president of tho basin filled with breakwater and open air cafes and on the side walks on Ills ship llaytian republic, In the center is a lunch stand, whllo on niiiitry ami hud with him is not a very safe one as we can wo American ollleers. Tho rebels lu the Orango Free Stato half h dozen wrecks hllig on the beuc. the outer rim thele is a wide p.ome-tmdnro reported very active They havo where there is itlwajs u b.ind The docking facilities are excehetit, concert, weatht-- permlttit.g. again looted Harrlsmlth. The governHereof Cotts Italy $1,C03.CC0 a Day. and well they might bo us tjieir port is un evening one ma see the elite of the ment has strengthened thu garrisons Italy has spent at the rate of $1,000. to Mexico what New York is to us, We ciij the ladies In what I suppose to k at Kroonstand, Illoomfoiitcln and it day since the war begun to place be the latest Pdrlsan creations. Soin went ashore about ' p. in., reported at of them ure very elegant and aristo-cruti- e 'icr uriiiy In n state nf preparedness the headquurlers if the fourth field L'liveriiment iiiiuiiuiicement shows Baroness ValkenhaU3cu, a volunteer in I am speaking artllery and were assigned to ll.tti ry (.', of the pureappearance. those uearly so. tun In addition to the ordinary appro Saxon nurse who was killed whllo atwhites and an organization I hi.d served witn iu The largest muioritv of the i)eonl ure nrlntlons the cabinet had arranged up tending the wounded near Slsosonne, the Phillipines seven years ago. liut I either pure Indian or to Oct 0 for the use by the military was the first woman victim on the o;'nd only fue men left In the battalion idtnlnUtratlon of 341.000,000 lire (108, German side during the war. She was whom I knew. (Continued next week.) .00.0001. buried with military honors. Ser-vla- BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additiona ENGLISH EYES ON EGYPT. insertion. 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News Want Ads. are Little Winners I For Sale One frame dwelling with till modern improvements on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in pood locality und at a bargain. Part cash, balance on easy payments. Also ono cottnge on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also bo sold on easy terms. two-itor- y Roo-cvcl- Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherhoit, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky em 1 Subscribe for The Breckenridge News as Ball B wo i y Old-Tim- e The System . six-Inc- H j2 S5 - thou-Hand- ffl jH or con-cre- ffl ffl Roots and Herbs will cure you when other medicine has failed. We the famous Malaria Cure that drives the poison from your system and makes you your old self again. We also prepare a Gall Stone Remedy thai never fails to give quick relief and a permanent cure if directions are followed. We prepare our own rem- edies and are ready at any time to serve you. Call on us or write and we will give you every attention. Our Medicines are 50 cents per Package. IGREENWELL 1 & WETHINGTON, Kentucky. Box 161, Cloverport, Kim-Uorl- half-breed- ADVERTISE NOW rS 1914 NOVEMBER 1914 M TWT m T2 q 3456 10 1 1! 2pa 24 SO LtiM 171819202 Mrs. II. S. Roth and son, Harry Roth, of Cincinnati, arc the guests of BRIEF DISPATCHES 4 Mr. and Mrs. S, H. McCrackcn. Mrs, Joe Sawver nnd Miss Susette German losses In killed nnd woundSawyer spei.t Friday In Louisville ed In tho fighting of tho last two weeks shopping with Miss Addic G. Ditto. In Belgium aro estimated at 160,000 Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Tatum and men. week-enIn Hen children spent the Tho annual convention of tho Southderson the guest of Mrs. Eugene Ta Arn't You Hungry? For This week we are showing a hrand new lot of Ladies' Misses and Junior Coats Prices irom $5.00 to $10.00 A choice Selection 8fte Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1914 Entered at the Post Offlice at Cloverport, Ky as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE 9 ' GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 9 RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES lTEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS tum. Mrs. W. P. Ryan has returned to her.home at Tar Fork after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mattlngly. Miss Dertha Cordrey; who has been ill several days, has returned to the store of Mrs. Cordrey, to continue in the sales department. Miss Lucile LaNeave, of Nashville, She will be Tenn., arrived last week. accompanied home by her grandmother, Mrs. Eoglish. Miss Katherlne Moorman left Mon day for Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs. Joe Harpole, at her home at 2021 West Kentucky street. Mrs. Thomas Faith and Mrs. Jesse in Owens Baucum spent the week-en- d boro with relatives. Miss Alta Heady accompanied them home to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Baucum. 3.50 For Precinct nnd city Offices For County Offices $ 6.00 16.00 For State and District Offices .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 BIRTHDAY PARTY. Eighty-Fou- r Candles Burn On a Or eat Cake In Honor of firs. Amanda Jolly. Change of Train Schedule The L, H. & St. L. Effective October 18, No. U2 will leave Cloverport Arriving Louisville.- No. 14" will leave Cloverport Bewleyville, Ky., Nov. Mrs. Amanda L. Jolly, wife of Thos on J. Jolly, deceased, celebrated her 84th 1914. D:I5 A. M. 12:10 1'. M. , 0:30 A. M. A. M. 9:00 A.M. birthday anniversary, Sunday, November 8. The weight of years rests heavily up on her frame, but in mind, as sprightly as of years gone by. A number of relatives and friends Arriving Owensboro.. Arriving Henderson. gathered in to extend happy greetings and to partake of the delicious turkey dinner gracefully served by the daugh ter, Miss Blanche. U- The table was ladened with everything that goes with the season and or namented with a beautiful centerpiece, About People Who Live In Cloverport, composed of large mirror and birthday Who Travel, Those Who Live In Those cake, surrounded by 84 colored burnOther Towns and Cities and In States ing candles. That are Far Away. Society Notes In- Ye scribe had the honor of escorting lnrlarl Mrs. Jolly to her accuttomed place at the head of the table. D. H. Severs has gone to Allen coun Those present were: W. C. Jolly and ty on business. family, K. J. Cain and family, W. J. Mrs. Fred Fraize is with her sister, Piggott, wife and George, Mrs. Louis Mrs R. N. Hudson, ofiVersallles. Jolly and Miss Margaret Jolly, Chas. of Blanford and family, Mrs. Susan Hard-awaMr. and Mrs. Sam Marshall, E. P. Hardaway and Chas. II Hardinsburg, were in town Friday. Drury and wite. Miss Clara Mattlngly, of Owensboro, western Indiana Teachers' association will bo hcled In Evnnsvllle Nov. 27 and 28. Two women and one man were killed and another man was seriously Injured as a result of a race between an auto and a trnlrat Haverstraw, N. J. Decreases In the revenues of nearly all of the lines of the Pennsylvania railroad are shown In the reports for nine months of this year. The total loss In revenue Is $2,209,924. Italy Is said to be aflame with war fever, the people clamoring for Immediate action to protect the nation's Interests In the crisis brought about by Turkey's opening of hostilities. The war Indemnity to the Germans for the city of Brussels has been fixed at 19,000,000. The Panama canal again has been blocked by a movement of slide material In the break north of Gold Hill. The Turkish ministry 1b said to have resigned, the war wing of the Young Turks party being now In complete control. It Is said that the United States Steel corporation will reduce the wages of Its Immense army of employes on Jan. 1 next Lord Nalrne, the second son of the Marquis of Lansdowne, Conservative leader in the British house of lords, has been killed in battle. In a light at New York between Ad Wolgast, and Freddie Welsh, the English holder of the title, tho latter sustained his title, Wolgast going out with a broken hand In the eighth round. John Kean of New Jersey Is dead at his homo In Elizabeth. It Is said that the kaiser's hair has turned gray since tho outbreak of the war. Tho Democrats captured fourteen out of the sixteen congressmen In Missouri. Oyster Soup Scalloped Oysters Fried Oysters Celery, Cranberries Fresh Salted Crackers Grapes Cheese Boiled Hum Fiesh Hi cad Allen M. Kingsbury, who sees that you get your groceries promptly in Cloverport, Ky. Come and get yours today while assortment is gooU. Made in the United States Be loyal come to us KY. FOR SALE Good stock farm, 435 acres on Tar Fork creek in Dreckenridge county 6 miles south of Cloverport. Has two dwelling houses, barn and stable. Go acres rich bottom land. Hill land good, but a little rough. mile Tar Fork crek runs for along east boundary. Price $2,500. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, N. B. CHAMBERS Cumb. I'hone. Odd Fellows Bldg. A splendid line of ladies' Petticoats from 25c to $1.98 Owensboro, Ky. FOR SA E 50iLight Stock STEERS For Immediate Delivery Commercial Stationery and Office Supplies buy your stationery now will pay the IT next half you to requirements. Our stock forcomis year's Personal Paragraphs .J is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. Carter. Misses Virginia and Leonora entertained Saturday after noon. Mrs. Allie Pate, of Hnrdinsburg, was the guest of Mrs. Frank Hall Wed nesday . RICE-WRIGH- T. Minnesota elected to congress eight Republicans, one Democrat and ono Progressive. C. VIC ROBERTSON The woman's suffrage amendment w s defeated In Ohio by a plurality or k j HARDINSBURG'KENTUCKY about li'O.OOO. In tho recent election Nick Long-wort- h of Cincinnati recaptured his old seat In congress. Tho amendment proposing to make California a dry state has been deRESIDENT feated two to one. Tho Chicago stockyards have been Cloverport, Ky. ordered closed temporarily on account PHONE No. R Oflleo Opposite Oolzu's DruB Stero of the prevalence of the hoof nnd mouth disease among cattle. Washington state voted dry by a majority of about 15,000. Oregon voted dry by 25,000. Tho Law and Collecting Agency amendment will become effective Jan. prehensive and complete. We are experienced regarding office supplies and will he glad to answer all questions. Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist 2-- Chattel and Real Estate Mortgages, 2 for 5 cents Legal Cap Paper 12 sheets for 5 cents Draft and Note Books 10 cents each Deeds 5 cents each or 3 for 10 cents 15 Letter Paper for 5 sheets V. G. BABBAGE cents i , 1 next Miss Emma L. Rice and Mr. Floyd L. Wright, of Decatur, III., Are Married Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and son, A pretty home wedding was that ot John Lawson, Jr., spent Sunday In Miss Emma L. Rice and Mr. Floyd L. Lewisport. Wright, which took place at the counMrs. E. C. McDonald entertains the try home of the bride's parents, Mr. Wednesday club at the Castle tomorand Mrs. William Taul, Thursday row afternoon. eveniug at 5 o'clock, near Free, Ky. Mrs. J, A. Couty, of Owensboro, The ceremony was performed by Rev. with Miss Carrie Mr. Jarboe, in the presence of a large spent the week-ennumber of guests. The bride, who is Lee Tucker. only sixteen years of age, was lovely in Cloverport people in Louisville last light blue satin dress nnd carried a a week: Mrs. W. C. Moorman and bridal bouquet. She has many friends Mrs. D. H. Severs. and was an enthusiastic worker in Miss Rebecca Ricketts, of Union church circles in her community. The years old and Is a Star, has returned home after a visit to groom is twenty-on- e member of a highly respected family of Mrs. George Crist. Decatur, 111., where they will make Henry Burden and daughter, Miss their home. Mr. and Mrs, Wright left Jesse Burden, of Sample, were guests Saturday for Decatur and many wUhes of happiness follow them. of relatives Sunday. Mrs. ValterGraham. of Louisville, FLAGS FLOWN AT SEA. spent the week end here the guest of friends and relatives. Significance of Certain Colors In the International Code. Mrs. Chas. May and daughters, From time Immemorial lings have Misses Eva and, Eliza May, spent been down by ships at sea all over the Thursday in Stephensport. world, but It Is only In more recent The Rev. E. O. Cottrell left Monday years that an International code has to attend the General Association of been adopted. All the countries of the Kentucky Baptists at Somerset world now conform to Used rules ubout the dying of certain tings, though, or course, each navy has Its owu secret code for use lu war time. The national llug of uny ship whim hoisted upside down denotes that the ship In question Is lu difficulties uiut requires Immediate assistance, whieli any passing ship is required to give If "PENSLAR" TIPS l'onslur iciiicdics mo not se- cret tbo true foiniulu is printed on the lnbol so you can teo what you uro usinsr. Kuch is intended fdr a certain . purpose, and not for They uio for minor ailments only and are not intended to takq the place of tho family phy sieian. lie should always ho consulted in cuso of serious ailments. Remember llio nanic rum-cd- y curo-iills- "PKNSLAK" Wedding's Drug Store, "The Ptntlir Store" CLOVERPORT, KY. possible. The qimriuitliio Hag Is a plain yellow square, hoisted 011 the foremast, which Indicates that the ship bus got an Infectious disease on board or that It him como from an Infected port. No person Is allowed either to go on board or to leave such a ship until permission Is granted by thu sanitary authorities 01 the port. In all parts of the world a white tin: Is accepted as a token of peace, a rel ting as that of dellaucu and a black tlag us that of a pirate. A green Hair tlylng from the masthead of a stilp or bargo at anchor Indicates that there Is a wreck In the vicinity. The same l denoietl by a green buoy placed over tho spot. t When u red tlag Is flying on tho it Is a sign that thu ship has powder, shell or ainmiiultlou on board and serves as a warning tu other ships 1101 to como too near In case of uccldents It la called tbe danger or more comGlobe. monly tbe powder fore-masflag.-Loodon Tho British mine sweeper Mary was sunk by a mine In the North sea. Six of the crew of fourteen were rescued. rumors that Despite persistent Przcmysl, the Austrian fortress In Galtcia, has fallen, the story lacks confirmation. The prohllbtlon amendment which was adopted In Colorado Interdicts the manufacture or sale of Intoxicants after Jan. 1 next. The Island of Cyprus has been formally annexed to Great nrltaln as the first act of the allied powers to break up the Turkish empire. Major Leslie d'Henln Hamilton ot the Coldstream guards and the heir l, presumptive to Lord Hamilton of was killed In battle. Middle Tennessee will celebrate "prosperity week" Nov. Jimmy Clabby Is now the American middleweight champion, having Defeated George Chip, the title holder, In a battle at San Francisco. It Is not believed that V. Augustus Helnzo's net estate will amount to more than ?1,500,000, which will go to the Infant son, F. Augustus Helnze, Jr. It Is said the Zeppelin factories at Frledrtchshufen have been constructing dirigibles at tho rate of one every three weeks since the outbreak ot the war. Women now have full suffrage In eleven states and In the territory ot Alaska, and have tho right to vote for other certain officers In twenty-opstates. Henry Gannett, president of the National Geographic socloty, and chairman of tho United States geographic board, Is dead at his homo In Washington after a long Illness. Tho United States torpedo boat destroyer Paulding Is stranded In Lynn-haveDal-zel23-2e White Business Envelopes, large & small size, 5 and 10 cents per package Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Weatherfcrd and daughter, Virginia, have returned to their home In Sunnydale. Leonard Holmes has returned from a business trip to Leitchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Miller nnd sons ypent Sunday here with Natives. The teachers nnd pupils of our school went to the woods Friday afternoon nnd got trees to plant in the school 1 Blank Shipping Tags 25 for 5 cents Old Papers 20 for 5 cents a Carbon Paper 10 cents sheet Engraved Cards 50 with plate $1.25; printing 100 cards from old plate $1.00 Engraved Christmas Card Board, white & colors, 5 cents a sheet; Lighter weight 2 for 5 cents yard. Robt. Weathtrford and S. H. Davis have returned fit in u business trip tu Louisville. Mrs. S. II. Davis has returned from Madrid, where fhe went to visit her father. Miss Nancy Board, of Garfield, spent last week with her niece, Miss Bessie B. Weatherford. Mrs. Brur.ington was the guest of Mrs. J. M. Crume last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gregory, of Garfield, were thu guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Moorman last week. Mrs. Knte Tucker is visiting her son, Mr. Field Tucker, at Kingswood. Kev. C. L. Bruington has gone to Hawesvllle to assist in a protracted meeting. Mrs. Percy Mncy was hostess last Saturday afternoon to the Music Club. Since the opening of school this club only meets once a month. Walter lleuninger, traveling salrs-ma- n for A. Wahking & Co , Louisville, was calling on thu merchauslnst week. Miss Label Moorman sptnt Saturday bay, Virginia. night with Miss Mav Watlington in President Wilson has signed a proc- Hardinsburg. lamation declaring tho .neutrality of Mrs. Lee Tucker, of Mook, wus the tho United Stntoi In tho war between guests lust week of Mr. Kelly Watts ICiKland nnd Turkey. Mora Pile, who attends tehool litre, In tho two lnouthB, Auk. 15 to Oct. 15, III! vessiis, caro'Iurf In tho nggro-gat- o spent Saturday and Sunday with his "iSOH toin of curgo, passed parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Pile, near through the Panama canal. Bums. Cartnltis Itimy and Fauro, Lte Pile spent Saturday and Sunday aviators, woro killed when m fell on tho roof ot a in Buras with relatives. thofr machine Mr. Willis Payne Is right 111 at this io;ibo at Olllclal uotlllcatlun of the mining ot writing. Hit) cut mice to the Gulf of Itlga. tho Miss Maud Smith spent Saturday and tlulf of Finland and the vlclnlfy of Sunday with her mother in Ilnrtllns-burIa:id Island has been tent out. Davlhnar Theodore, tho leader of Ton Mercer, of Madrid, was here Iho recent successful rebellion against Wednesday on business. the administration of President has been elected president ot the Now Subscribe Haytlan republic dlstln-njuls'ed g. J5a-m- Cards; ask for prices The Breckenridge News addressed and wrapped at this office, 5 cents the copy Come in, ask our prices on other splendid values. Mail Orders given prompt attention. THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, NEWS, KENTUCKY L J J Don't trust to memory to preserve the changing likeness of your growing boy or girl. Memory plays strange tricks sometimes. A good photograph or so every year will keep an accurate record of the subtle changes in their development. And what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you and to them in after years. Brabandt, Photographer Phone 113-3- R right TOLD OF HEROES OF EUROPEAN Stories of Valor Mingled With Official Accounts of Advance and Retreat. honors which lie accorded to a French is to bo cited In tlio order of tile tiny clvo tht typical excerpta from a newly publlslii'd list, says a war corrcfpond-eu- t of tlio Chlniso .Vows. Lneh paragraph covers a thrilling feat of bravery, which, properly told, would quickVet here they en the reader's heart. are us laconic as telegrams: ON FIRING LINES BATTLEFIELDS How Soldiers Win Mention In v Iho Micnnrrhoc nf Thnir III U lll,IIIWIIWU Wl I I IUII paces between thorn each took np n dueling "Kindly tire!" cried I the Frenchman. Just as his ancestors bad .Tied at Fontcnoy under slinllai tlrcumstanccs. The German fired nnd misled. Then the Frenchman slowlv mixed his arm and llred, killing his op poiieut. lie returned to his men, aided thorn to overcome the German" Inst stand nnd walked nway coolly at the bend of nl battalion j FOR SALE! 50Lisrht Electric enerator! k Lieutenant Wins the Iron Cross. O.VU o' the greatest 1 "r'raguniid. n sergeant of the Sixth Infantry, nil the olllccrs of the company being killed, took command himself and Tell mortally wounded while leading Ills men into the tiring at the edge of a wood. writes: "Lnpoublc, second lieutenant In the Tries to Enlist at Seventy-thre"We were flying over the German Infantry, already twice Recruiting officers attached to a cav. lines toward Amiens beyond the range wounded, continued to lead the combat of the enemy's neroplnne guns when a at the head of his section with nil airy division in England were near- Tnt'ibe emerged below us from behind ly bowled over with surprise when ardor above praise until the moment a cloud. Pniilhnn turned the nose of When he was struck dead. our machine downwnrd. We came on Tellcl. captain, and Hnn, lieutenant his level. The German began to Are In the Twelfth infantry, during eight without effect flays, with tireless tenacity, resisted "We swung within 000 feet of the heroically n heavy artillery bombardTnube, which thereupon took a wide ment nnd Infantry attacks fifty yards sweep In volplquo and offered a splen .distant. When they quitted the farm did ("argot e. Fifty-seventh German paper speak of an eiicotin Commanders. ter between outposts of French dra goo n and Gelilniu huars, in the' course of which a well known daring had still control over his nervous sys- rider. Lieutenant von Falkeiihaiiseii. found hlniolf face to face with an ' tem. even more famous horseman, his for "We go to another bunk, rival In the Held of sport. M de "'This man has a bullet lodged in the pericardium, the sack which In- Founms. Lieutenant von Fnlkcnhaiw closes the heart We have made an en overcame his opponent nfter a brief X ray picture of It' The man nods struggle nnd made him a prisoner an with n smile as we pass. A nurse achievement which earned for him the brings lilin a howl of oiip. which he Iron cross. thoroughly enjoys. Machine Gun Duel In the Air. " 'Will he live?' I ask. From n height of 8.000 feet a French " 'Yes, we think so." "These men, many of them shattered mechanic In nn aeroplane piloted by physically for the rest of their lives, Louis Patilhan. the first aviator to fly nre nil young. They nre the cream of from London to Manchester, struck the army, boys between eighteen and down a German machine after a thrilling machine gun duel. The mechanic twenty-fou- r years old. I Judge." j jut wrww.rafjr,T)TWMW i I 1 g I which they had occupied they left bewalls, which hind only crumbling threatened to bury thcni. Prance Has Twelve Year Soldier. A writer In the Petit Parisian says that ho was challenged by two sentinels at the cntranco to a village, one Of whom lie was surprised to see was "My first broadside Inflicted n mortal damage, the Taube falling from 8,000 feet like a stone. Our petrol tank, however, was punctured by a bullet, and we succeeded In planing behind our own batteries only by a miracle." Bavarian's Picture of Battlefield. The Wuerzburg General Anzleger a mere child, though on horseback With n rifle nnd wearing the regulation I I 1 We arc using the City Light and oifer our Generator and accessories for sale at a bargain. This generator condition. is in first-clas- s and is just the thing for an individual light plant in a place where there is no electric plant. A 4-ho- rse- publishes the following description of I S Photo by American Press Association. OEBSIAN INFANTnTMEN MAltCn. power gasoline engine will run it satisfactorily. b The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Kentucky Cumberland Telephone No, 46. For regular action of the bowels; easy, natural movements, relief of constipation, try Doan's Regulets. 25c at all stores. "SNAPPED" OS L. aakMHsstfliiaPIS dPBBvlaLlawl Photo by American Press Association Photo by American Press Association. WOUNDED UIU.aiA") IN UOSl'ITAL. DKLOIAN 0 Insurance'Office STRAW AS A C TAUL STOCK FEED. Cloverport, Kentucky Combined With 8llage and Cottonseed It It a Valuable Ration. Prepared by Kansas State Agricultural Al OAIHINO SOLDIERS OSTENU. FELT college. uniform of a cuirassier. When questioned the boy told the following story. Which seems to justify his claim to be culled the youngest soldier In France: "J am twelve years old. My name used to live ut Is Paul Watcrltu. Crell, where 1 was a boy scout Not wishing to live ulouu after my father. 1 Who Is a noncommissioned d otUeer in artillery, went to the the Thirty-secontrout my mother has been dead a long time I hid in a troop train, which took picked up u me to Namui. There wounded man's rltlu ami fought in the trenches. Afterward Colonel du 11. of the cuirassiers bent for me. lie said 1 bad done well and might stay with his regiment. He let tuu keep my ritle and ordered that a uniform and n horse be given uic. .Since then 1 have becu through the battles of Dcuulu. Menus and the Maruu. and 1 am goiug north again soon." When asked how he liked n soldier's life the boy said It was much better than living In bouses, which many pvple who wished to adopt him tried to persuade him to do. "At the end of our conversation." ays the writer, "he lit the cigarette I 1 battle in France us given by a flu varlan lieutenant on the tiring line: "Suddenly we were rushing forward The enemy hurled shells at us from the hills. After heavy losses we reached another small forest at the bottom ot ills the hill occupied by the enemy artillery now kept up continuous thing at the forest "A shell explodes in u pit not more than three feet from my position Screams like the yells of wounded uul mats reach my ear 'The soldier to my left is hit 111 the head by n bullet He tries to raise lit haul), hut his strength has left him To the right a soldier has been lilt In his arm by a bullet It laid open the arteries. With n cord I tie his arm to nrevetit bis bleeding to death " a aK bBwPIIHbIbbbIHL Photo by American Press Association CHANNEL WOUNDED IIKlHLANDEIt ON BTKAMHR UKTUUNINO TO ENGLAND OUR COASTS WELL GUARDED. Could Repel Any Attack, 8ay proffered, blew u big cloud of smoke come Ktruight at tilm Yet it is hard to lop mi eye when you lire young nnd an athlete, tor this holdlei was one of the Herman Olympic games team, which until the war begun were training illidel the American athletic III' HrurtiiiN who had been brought over here "Helow tilm lies a uiiHt remarkable and ruse- - a man. living, conscious even cheerful after a bullet had passed Ihroiiuh his head from front to back. The surgeou says the bullet must have taken n course between the large nnd atuall brains, for the wounded man Into the ulr and cantered oil, Kitting his horse with true soldierly smartness " Among the German Wounded. "I have been traveling oil it train to Berlin with the wounded." cables a "The correspondent from (iermany slightly wounded are In llrst nnd class carriages, while baggage, or, us they are culled heie, goods cars, are titled with hunks tor the badly hurt One youth has been struck at an t course angle thiougli the left eye he wus lucky that the bullet hail uot bee-ou- Head ot Fortification Committee. u gray bearded man applied tor a place "The United States is so well fortl In the cavalry, lie was Henry Chap fled, with the exception of two points, 11 n and admitted that bis uge wus where work now Is In progress, that seventy-threyears "Old as I om, I an attack from the sea probably will can still do u fairly hard day In the never be made on any of these fortl saddle." he said. "So I have applied Ucutlons." said Representative Swagar for a place where on horseback I cau Sherley In mi authorized statement In strike a blow for my country." Ixiulsvllle, Ky. Mr. Sherley Is chair man of the house committee on fort) He "Bucked" the German Line. ficutlous. George Andre, the noted French all "The theory upon which the fortltl comaround athlete, outdistanced his cations have been constructed." said rades In ii bayonet charge near Arras, Mr. Sherley. who led up to the subject wrenched a standard from the German with a discussion of the hcventeen bearer, foothallcd Ills way through an Inch guns used by the Germans in ama.cd group of German Infantry and. llelglum, the existence of which, he although wounded In the foot regain said, he doubted, "Is to protect luipor ed the Trench Hues. taut harbors from u direct attack by a hostile licet This has been done "Please Fire," Says Duelist. except at San Pedro, Oil., where em A French battalion occupied .Mezleres placements for guns are being built in order to guard the luidges over th and at the mouth ut the Chesapeake One detachment had hardly where laud has been aciiilrcd. and es Meiise arrived at the railroad bridge when Its tlmates shortly will bo submitted foi olllcer. Lieutenant tie l.upel. wan In placing sixteen Inch guns, along with formed that a German patrol was hid other armament, 'that should proteut den In the station The French m that entrance "Our guns arc ot the iiiom modern once attacked mid drove the Germain here and there auioiu; the heaps of pattern," he continued "and are eapa The French hie of destroying Hie most modern su coal and the buildings. Wlicthci It may In officer followed the German olllcer Into the roundhouse, revolver In hand, and thought advisable In I lie future to pic caught sight of til in crouching behind pntv frrtnln minor defenses In the real Ia tender. The two men looked at each of nur coast fortlflcntlons Is u innttei other. Mutual repect nnd a tacit nn nfwit which there Is some difference derMa riding sprang np. With fifteen nf oolnlon." e I STUNNING SILVER FOX SET. This neckpiece and muff of silver fox are among the most showy of the season's offerings In fur sets. The head cf the crafty fox clings Jauntily to the shoulder of the fair lady. Russians Defeat Turks. Fetrograd special: The fortified position of Kaprikol, on the Caucasian frontier guarding the road to Erzottm, was captutred by the Russians, who defeated the TurkB after u fierce It doesn't pay to burn wheat and oat straw, says W. A, Cochel. professor of animal husbandry In the Kansas State Agricultural college. Sufficient feed was wasted nnd destroyed In the state during the winter nnd spring of 1013 to have fed all the cattle which were sacrificed on a glutted market Instead of wasting feed nt the Hnys experiment station as much of it ns possible was utilized for maintenance of breeding herds. The result wns that while every farmer near the station was forced to overgraze his wheat land and finally to sell his herds, the station maintained Its normal number of live stock nnd nctunlly Increased the size of the herds nnd flocks, which were Used to consume feed that ordinarily would have been wasted. It costs $4.44 a head to keep cattle a hundred days in the middle of winter, using silage valued at $2.5d a ton. straw 60 cents a ton and cottonseed take at $30 a ton. The ration Includes twenty pounds of silage dally, ono pound of cottonseed cake dally nnd nil the wheat straw they can eat. This ration has been tested for three winters at Hay 8. It will cost on an average of $20, says Professor Cochel. to produce a beef calf In the short grass section of western Kansas. Figuring pasturage at $7.50 and winter feeding at $0.00, It costs $14.10 to keep a breeding cow a year. A beef calf will cost less than $20. 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Of the lives of American masters of millions tlio comparatively short one of Fritz Augustus Ileluze, who died In Saratoga Springs, N. V., Is the must picturesque In the swiftness of his rlso from ii mining engineer nt $5 a day In the west to n millionaire uiliio owner nnd In his thirties an at twenty-eigh- t Invnder of the Inner circles of high flunnce In the east. Ills father, n German Importer, lived In Plerrepont street. Brooklyn, where Fritz was born In December, ISO!). When very young ho was sent to schools In Germany. Fritz returned when he was fifteen. From tho Brooklyn polytechnic ho went to Coliimbln university, from which ho graduated in 18811 ns nn engineer. He went to Uutte, Mont, and a Job with the Boston nnd Montana company at $5 u day. Ho came enst to receive a legacy of $50,000 left by his grnndmother. Ho tried to Induce his brothers. Otto and Arthur, lnwyers, to go west with him. Arthur accepted the offer. With his $.10,000 Helnze leased tho Estrelln claim In Butte from Jnmes A. Murray nnd built n small smelter. With profit taken from the Estrelln mine liu got control of the Rnrus mine nnd later of the Glengarry mine. Then be Im 1 ii big smelter. He Invndcd British Columbia mid built n smelter nnd a narrow gnuge railroad. He became so important that the Canadian Pacltlc railroad pnld lilui. then twenty-eigh- t yearn old, $1,200,000 for his railroad. lie established his brothers in the Stock Exchange firm of Otto C. Helnze & Co., bought control of tho Mercantile National bank from Edwin In Gould nnd became Its president .October, 1007, when all the bankers husbanding their resources were against an Impending storm Helnze tried to corner United Copper stock. The result was the wreck of his brothers' flrni, and Helnze was forced by the Clearing House association to resign the presidency of the Mercantile National bank. Helnze married on Aug. 31. 1010, an actress, Mrs. Ilernlee Golden Henderson, tlfteen years his Junior nnd former wife of Charles A. Henderson, who paid her $100 a week alimony. In 1011 F. Augustus Helnze. Jr.. was born. Eighteen months later .Mrs. Helnze obo tained a divorce, with alimony or n month. Mrs. Helnze Is dead. $22,-1,0$1.-int- M W'l'W ll'i II Rival Armies i mercury will surely destroy tlio eetno of smell mill cmnplHlcly dcrango tli wliolo system when entering It through tin- - mucous surfaces. Such nrtlrtes should never le used except on prescriptions from rrptitnblo pliyslelnns, ns the dnmngo they will do Is ton fold to the Rood you rnn pnsslhly derive from them. Hall's Cntnrrh Cure, mnnufnctnred by P. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken Inlernnlly, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu-InIt Is taken Internally nnd made In Toledo, Ohio, by P. J, Cheney & Co. Tc llmonlals free. Hold by Druggist. Price "5c per bottlo. Take all's Family nils for comtlpatlon. e. 1 15 Horse Power sues An Ultimatum. HE MUST GIVE UP TOMORROW Deposed Provisional President of Troubled Republic Must Bow to the Will of the Convention Which Ousted Him and Vacate His Office Before Tomorrow Evening or Accept the Consequences of Another War. F. M. Watkins Gasoline Engine POSEN A INVADED Broken GIGANTIC Russians Forces Fighting In France and Have the El Paso, Nov. 9. Juarez has received n report from the south that Villa has General Gutierrez under arrest Belgium Well Matched. Potrograd special: Russia has defi- and heavily guarded at Aguas Calien-tes- . It Is said that tho reason for the nitely begun tho long promised InvaA Russian advance action was that ho failed to live up to sion of Germany, ADVANCES guard has broken the German defense the dictations nnd demands ot tho BOTH CLAIMING at tho River Wnrtho and has penetrat- Villa people. ed ten miles within the province of Washington, Nov. 0. Cnrranza has Poscn, holding n position at Pleschen, None of These, However, Are In which Is fifteen miles northwest of until C o'clock tomorrow night to make Knllscz and sixty-twmiles northeast up his mind whether he will relinquish Any Way Decisive. of Breslau. For the first time sinco the provlslcnnl presidency of Mexico tho war began tho czar's troops havo with a struggle or whether ho will set foot In a province where the great i fight for the retention of his present Berlin special: General headquar- estates of the German nobles nre lo- office. The news that tho convention has ters reports that attacks near Yprea cated. Simultaneously the Russian drive at sent such an ultimatum to Cnrranza and west of Lille have been continued. An Important elevation near East Prussia has driven tho Germans was received here officially. Tho conon the west of the from Wlrballen, their last position In vention demands that before tomorrow which has been the object ot the Russian provlnco of Suwalki and evening he announce his recognition firing for weeks past, was taken . Two have overflowed East Prussian terri- of tho sovereignty of the convention by vacating hl3 office, tuns and two quick fir erg were cap- tory from Stalluponen, tho Russlnn and bow to It convention already has tured. For the rest the foggy day front being ten miles from East Prus- from which the deposed him and named General Kuln-llpassed calmly In the western theater sia. Gulterrez In his place. Officials f the war. On the east nothing new On the southern front, southwest Polias transpired. land and Cnllcla, the advance of the hero are confident that by Wednesday Russians has been equally rapid nnd next a decisive turn v.'lll have been special: According to the lat- Irresistible. An advance guard which given tho situation and thoro will bo Paris est reports the Germans appear to drove the Austrlans and Saxons south- somo basis for estimating whether have concentrated their activity In the ward along the left bank of tho Vis- there Is to bo wnr or peace In Mexico. Further Indications that Cnrranza Is region of Ypree without results. On tula after the groat victory of Oct 13 engaged In an attempt to stir up poputhe River Alsne the French have to Oct. 23, has reached "the River miles from lar sentiment In southern Mexico In reached the northeast of Solssons, the less than thlrty-flvplateau of Vregny, on which thoy havo Cracow and the closest a Russian army favor of himself In his contest with tho not yet gained a foothold. They have has over been to the gnteway of Sile- convention by agitating the Issue of talron ina nftanatva In flio rairlnn nnpm sia. This movement has had two re- Vera Cruz, nrp npparent here. It known that while Inflammatory of Messlnes and havo gained around sults. It makes the capture of Cracow Solssons and in the region of Vailly to a probability and It has cut off tho two posters published and distributed by the north of Chavonne, and Souplr. Austrian armies, estimated, witli their Masons In Mexico City were promptly They repulsed German attacks be- German supporting corps, at about suppressed, they were reprinted In all tween La Bassee and Arras and at 600,000 men, which have been operat- the newspapers a few days later. General Funston cabled Secretary ing at the River San and south of Craonelle. Garrison In response to the lattor's inThe government reports of the light- Przemysl. quiry that there seemed to be no causo ing allies are driving o Vleune-La-Chateao, o NId-zlco o ! German Defense. FOR SALE At a Bargain at the NEWS OFFICE EEE2S CTrr,22y"ii.r ' -- full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make Indicate that the the Germans from the fortified crests along the Alsne, the bulwark of the Invaders' extended line in northern Prance. Allies Gain Important Point. e Elsewhere from Ypres to the region, the allies made slight advances or firmly held their ground, but the feature of tho government's latest statement Is tho successful attack by the allies northeast Sunday they drove tho of Solsson. GermanB from the plateau of Vregny, the most notable advance in that region which has been attained since the siege operations began seven weeks Cra-onn- ago. Best Cough Medicine for Children. "Three years ago when I was living in Pittsburg one of my children had a hard cold and coughed draadfully. Upon the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefited him at once. I find it the best cough medicine for children because it is pleasant to take. They do not object to taking it," writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, l'a. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to n child as eotifidently as to an adult Sold by all dealers. CONDITIONS OF SURRENDER for alarm. ".Many unsubstantiated rumors have prevailed for a long time," cabled General Funston. "I think It better to disThero credit unsubstantial reports. Is nothing alarming In local conditions In Vera Cruz." TORTURED THEIR ! I Impure blood runs you down makes vou an easy victim for disease. For pure blood and sound digestion Burdock Blood Hitters. At all drug stores. Price $1 00 IT 'ffieYOlITIf S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and " a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in the home, l here is no age limit to enthusiasm for The CUT THIS OUT Youth's Companion. nnd send It (cr name of ihU paper) with $2.00 for The COMPANION for 1915, VICTIMS JHEY WILL NOT FORGET Rob Previously, for a month, the French have been slowly and at painful effort winning the advanced trenches of the Germans above the Alsno and had seized half of the plateau north of Solssons. Tho capture of the crest of Vregny means that they now have a foothold in the highlands, which will enable tho heavy French guns to combat the German artillery on equal terms. Should the positions be maintained and supported by advances elsewhere along the Aiuse, Ihere would be no alternative loft to the Germans but to retreat to tho Meuso. Pushing Germans Backward, The Germans havo retained tho offensive only In one main area of fighting, the region of Yprcs, where they havo concentrated new army corps for uu effort to break through the allied Saturday line and reach Boulogne. the ullles faced and flung back violent attacks and even gained some ground near Messlnes. Southward, along tho west flank, It appears from official report that the nllles aro masters of offensive and nre pinhlng the Germans backward. On the Yser tho great bridgeport at Nieuport has been reoccupied by tho allies, according to an official statement Issued by tho Belgian ofllclals which says the Lombart)de front nnd also St. Georges and certuln farms on tho river vnlley are held by the Belgians. Stuyvenskerke and Chateau Vlcogne havo been evacuated. was violently bombarded and a severe German attack at this point was repulsed. The Germans again occupy St. Thoso points Georges and Dontoren. are being bombarded by Belgian artillery. Stuyvenskorko Is filled with tho corpses of the Germans, In tho region of Ypres the enemy directed violent attacks upon Hlxichooto and to tho west ot Wytschaote. Thoy havo all been driven back by countor offensives of the allies. Dlx-mu- Germans Accepted Japanese Terms in Their Entirety. Toklo special: In an official Issued by tho war ofllco It Is said that the conditions of tho surrender of Tslngtao were concluded on Nov. 7 nnd that tho Japanese terms were accepted In their entirety. Tho Japanese casualties on tho night of Nov. C and tho following morning, when the forts were capturpd, wero fourteen officers wounded and 42G killed or wounded. The Japanese took 2,300 prisoners In tho battle. The forts will be turned over to the Japanese tomorrow. sol-d.e- Whenever You Need n General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grovc'3 Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. 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Fighting dosaedly Berlin special: The lyikal Anzol-gebehind a wagon barrlcado until their commenting on the German deammunition gave out, three Americans feat at Tsingtuo, says: wero killed by mounted Mexicans at "Germans will never forget the heChocolate Pass, Chihuahua, according roic Ilghtln" at Klaochati and those by a Mexican servant to word brought who defeni' t ie colony. Never shall of tho American party, who declared we forget ti. brutal vlolenco of tho tho Americans wore captured, shot yellow robbers nor England, who Inand tortured to death and their wagon stigated them. Wo know that wo canrobbed. not settle our account with Japan at Tho Americans, Carl Uck, William present. For years she will enjoy her West, all of this booty. Our mills will grind slowly, Boshop and Charles city, were traveling from EI Paso to but oven If years should pass boforo Look's ranch, south of Casas Grandea, tho right moment comes at last, then in northwestern Chihuahua. As tho a shout of Joy will resound through wagon entered tho narrow defile of Gorniany. Woo to you, Nippon." Chocolate Pass, the Mexicans, charging on horseback, opened lire on tho Only One "BROMO QUININE" paity, Tho Americans, seizing rllle.i To Ret the genuine, call for full name, and pistols, dropped behind the wagon 1IKO.MO UUlNlNlf. I.ookfortiKuatureof and returned tho fire, wounding a Mex- K.W. GKOVIJ. Cures a Cold In One Day. Stops cough and headache, ami works off colt!. 25c. ican, killing a horse and routing the attackers. Tho Mexicans withdrew a short distance, pursued by bullets, and GEN. VON KLUCK dismounted. Hiding in tho undergrowth and behind plno trees, thoy opened a steady flro on the Americans. One of the Kaiser's Mainstays Tho horses attached to tho wagon Reported Dead of Battle Wound. wero shot down. The wagon was riddled with bullets. Eck, a boy of seventeen years, was wounded In tho leg, but continued firing as steadily an his Tho Mexican servant companions. was unarmed, ho said, and took tho first opportunity to hldo. The fighting continued moro thun an hour. Then the Americans' ammunition gave out and tho Moxlcnns, numbering eight or ten, rushed In. Thero was a brief hand to hand light, and tho Americans wero bound. The servant, watching the llt;ht from a distance, said the Mexicans beat, knifed nnd clubbed tholr prisoners, and thou fell to looting the wagon, alter which thoy rodo away with their William two wounded companions. Eck, uncle of tho murdered man, hn3 headed a party to recover tho bodlos If passible. Whether or not tho attacking party consisted of soldiers or bandits, tlio Informant could not say. r, I I.AJCA-TlV- FRFF FRFF THFN inc.ni ami we wilt send All iho issues of THE PANION for tho reminin weclu of 1914. THE COMPANION HOME CALENDAR for 1915. Tho 52 Weekly Issues of THE COMPANION for 191S. 52 Times a Year not 12 y SUBSCRIPTIONS to The Youth's ComSend panion, Boston, Mass., for THREE CUUUENT ISSUES-FKRECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE CE Modern War It used lo lie. In ilaya gono by Hcfnro Invention's revel, Twas pMn hhjukIi t" every eyu That viir was 'in the level. Uut now If you would truly strive To make a good Inspection Of enemies) who limy arrive PnMMIQQinNCD'Q SALE. uummiuuiuii Li u Itieekiuridge Circuit Court, Kentucky 1 Equity Lucy Hardin. Ax. I'lutntili No. Against Marion McGnock, Ac, Plaintiff J 3628 lly virtiircotajuilgenient and Order of Salf of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered nt October Term thereof, 1914, in the a bow cause, for the sale of the hereinafter de crihed real estate, and all costs heiein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardiusburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, 011 Monday the 23rd day ol November, 1914, nt one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court Day), upon a credit of months, the folTwcle and Twenty-fou- r A lowing described property, certain tiact or parcel of land situate, lying; ami being in the county of llreckiu-ridg;- e and state of Kentucky 011 the waters of Honey l.ocust Creek, a branch of the Tarfork of Clover Creek aipl bounded as follows: at a stake corner of the laud heretofore laid off for John II McCiavock, thence with his line N. S7 V. 6S poles to a stake and Spanish oak, thence with the same X. .)i v. 232 poles to three white oaks, John's corner of the tspearns tract, thence N 9 poles to to a stake, thence east 220 poles passing a hickory and sugar tree corner nt the branch, same course continuing in all 352 poles to a stake in Murray's Hue thence south 128 poles to the cliff continue in alt l.8 Kles to the center of the creek thence up the creek, with its meanders to the original Hue 01 said tract thence with a line of the same, south 6 poles to the beginning containing by estimation 300 acres, be the same more or less, and is the same laud conveyed to John II. McOuvock by I'rauee.s I", MeOavook and wife, by deed dated J. in 2t, 18S8 and recorded 111 the Ilreckiuridgc County Court Clerk's office, in deed book "'." at page 317. Also certain lauds conveyed to John II.' McGavock by G. C. McGavock, executor of Robert McGuvock, by deed dated October 8, 18S3, and recorded in said Clerk's office In deed book No. 38 at juge 393, the metes and bounds of which nre not given. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of Replevin bonds. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. LUU WALLS, Commissioner CAKRIB L. DOWLL, Deputy t: And If yqu wish to lo'o no chance To ward off battle slaughter, You have to take a careful Blanco r 5? 5 -- McLandburgh Bun. Wilson In Now York NEW DREAM0F EMPIRE Kai- Germans Will Rule the World, Is UNKNOWN SHIPS WARNED Dutch Forts on the Scheldt Will Take No Chances. Rotterdam special: Tho burgoroa ter of Flushing has Ismed a proclamation as a result of the appearance of unknown ships In the Scheldt during tho night, that all vessels except mall boats risk HU nn d ou by the Dutch fo'tB. The precaution seems to be alm4 a' submarine, destroyers and Ujers. BUM , ser's Prediction. Copenhagen special: A German who was present whon tho kaiser addressed his troops last week reports tho emulxty-threyearn old. peror as saying: "We are now fighting for the life of A New Field For "Dry." Germany. They wish to kill Germany, Columbus, 0 Nov. 9. I.lquor Inter-eot- s but I say If we gain, and we must, a will hive to fleht the dry forces new empire will arise more splendid than the world ever saw a new Ro- In overy el'y and vlUago of the forty man German empire, which will rule counties newly made wet under the the world, and the world will be homo rule amendment to the constitution before they will be pormltted to tiappy." open saloons and run their placet of e Indiana A'rt'st Dead, indlaiiapolls, Nov. 9. Richard Buck-no- r Gruelle, n member of the Indiana colony of artists, whoso landscapo autlngi adorn the walls of many at 1:1 homo horo Sunday tuornln?. Two years ngo Mr. Gruello differed a stroke nf paralysis and had been falling Blncu that tln'io. lie was Photo by Amerlcun 1'resa Association. Read the Little Want Ads. buataeaa. Hayro special: It Is reported that General von Kluck died ten days ago In a hospital at Namur, where he was treated for severe wounds In the head. 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Read Cloverport Andrew Driskell, who teaches in the testimony personal experience of l'ordsville High Schooi, was at home Cloverport witnesses. There can be with his family Saturday and Sunday. only one verdict a chorus of approval. Miss Ida Kennedy nnd brother, Hob Walter Meador, farmer, Cloverport, Kennedy, of McQuady, were the guests Ky , says: "One of my family suffered Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, from sharp pains across tne small of James Kennedy. her back, as well as other symptoms of of Mc- kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's KidMr. and Mrs. G. A. Write, highly recommended, I got a Quady, w ere in town shopping Saturday. ney I'ills They did box at Fisher's Drug Stor!. Miss Ida II. Marr, of McQuady, has a world of good. Since then, she has been the guest of Mrs. H. J. Roberts. used Doan's Kidney Pills occasionally Attorney Henry Dellaveu .Moorman and they have always helped net." Price oOe, at all dealers. has gone to Ulizabethtown to attend Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get court. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Mr. and Mrs I. II. Richardson nnd Doan's Meador recommends. sons Messrs. Cashmau, Coleman and Props , Buffalo, N. Y. Kskridge, motored down from Garfield Co., h'riday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Mattiugly and BIG SPRING. mother, of Irvingtou, passed through autotown Saturday afternoon iu their mobile en route to Cloverport. week-enCharlie Clarkson spent Creek church d Foster-Milburn When in Need of Anything Come to us A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE WAR 1 Make Yourself Comfortable This Winter by Wearing 0 1 I the d 'Tis not tla-- fairest form that lio'ils The mildest, purest sou' within; "1'is not tin- - rirlii.t plant that folds Tlio sweetest breath of fragrance D.iwes. Mi 'Willit Ch.mililiss spent Satur-Ia- y and Sunday in Owenshoro the miest of friends. MNseti Louise .Moorman and Lillian T.ard were the quests of Ali-- s Marline Monarch at her homo utsir Kirk. of MeOnad;-- , Dr. Allen L Kiwll-'lo- e, was iu town Saturday. Mises Martha and Isabel (Gardner Club this will entertain the Sans-Sou- aiteruoou Jim Stone, ol I.oni.svi le, came down Although Mr. Stone has anil voted. not resided here for a number of years lie still claims this as his voting place. Utomey Claud Mercer was in 1'iuuk-folast week looking after a case he had iu the Court of Appeals. Moorman Ditto has returned to after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Hattie Ditto. Mrs I.ucrelia llensley returned home I'riday night after an extended visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. C. McKlwaine, iu Springfield. Godfrty llaswell was iu Louisville last week purchasing his Christmas goods, Pete Mauiou, of Henderson, is visiting llis aunt, Mrs. Hannah Sheerau. l.oui-.-vill- e rt Mr. and Mrs. M Skillmaii and sous were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Heudrick. Miss Virginia Heard has returned from Union Star, where she was the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D, S. Richardson Mrs. Maicella Sheerau and sou, Daniel, have been visiting relatives iu the country. Cur-ma- On Sunday he joined a Study our stock of jewelry for your at Glendale. party over to Lincoln rr.trk. Christmas wants. T. C. Lewis. Mrs. Wan Galloway, of nine Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace llrown and baby, of Custer, were the guests Sunday spent last week here. Mrs. Genuie Miller and daughter, of Judge Doucll and Mrs. Dowell. Miss Mary, iiKiYed iu town and have Mr. and Mrs. Russell Comptou spent Sunday iu Garfield with Mr. and Mrs. rented Mrs Galloway's house. Misses Itrown, of Ridge Spring, and I. It Richardson. lid Miller, of Howes Valley, were recent ' Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days guests of Mrs. J. V. Clarkson. Your dniEclst wilt refund money it VA7.Q Mrs. J. II. Meador has returned from OINTMUNT (nils to cure any c:ic of Itching, Blind, Bleeitlmr or I'rotruillnE I'ltcs in 6 to 14 days. West Point The first application civca Uase and Rest. 50c. Mrs. J. V. Clarkson is at I.eitchfiehi this week the guest of Mrs. Funnie Vales. tele Mrs. Frank Ililf was phone operator at the meeting Novem ber 3. Mr. Arad Leaf II. S. Clarkson, Mrs. Kemper and Institute Next Week Person Mrs. Nell Clarkson spent several days als. iu Louisville last week. Miss Maggie Scott, of Louisville, is Hal Weutherholt was in Cannelton here to spend some time with her aunt, Thursday. Mrs. Sallie Morris Conrad llivit), of Indianapolis, is vis Will Griffith went to Custer Friday. iting relatives here. C C Martin was at Hardinsburg last Peter Loesch was in Cannelton on Wednesday. busiuess Thursday. Leaf, who has been serious Thomas Itching, bleeding, protruding or blitd ly ill of heart trouble, is better at this piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. writing. oOc nt all stores. Cassius Wheeler, of Rome, anil John of German, Kieketts and Paul Hyde, passed through here Weduesduy en route to Trustee Marion Polks. Alec Clark, of Cincinnati, Ohio, vis." ited friends here last week. Mrs. Henry liurden, of Sample, is Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hafele, of Can- here at the bedside of her sister, Mis nelton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Hates, who has tjphoid fever. Peter l.oesch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Phines Smiley, of Regular services were conducted at West View--, spent the week end here the M. K. Church Suuday by the pas. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tor, Rev. Roy Jack. I. M. Ileatty. Mrs. Clarence Lamb was called to Protracted meeting closed here Mon Patesville last wtek to see bur brother, day with ten additions to the church. George Lamb, who had gotten a leg David Crews was seriously hurt Mon-dabroken. while at work on a building U DeadFarmers' y IaiNs Messrs, Paul Itasluin, of Union Star. will meet hero on Fiiday and S.ttuiday, Hobb Frank is at home from n Diukie Miller, of New Ilethel, Alf November 20 and 21. and sons, Locust Hill, were in town Mr. Arail Leaf, who has been seri on business Saturday. ously ill at his home for the past few Itintna Lou Moorman, of (lien weeks, parsed away at 6 o'clock Fri lay oslav, taking fi.000 prisoners and tno was a visitor iu town Saturday. morning. Particulars cf funeral will MnK Til Austrlans Into retreat went of 4I. n U1U lUVOr DkUL A protracted meeting began at Clover be given at uext writing. I I The Perry County Farmers' Institute Irvington The Itusslnns aro well on their way In the execution of their deferred plan to march against Cracow and thence upon llreslau and Posen. This operation was In process of accomplishment when tho Germans bejran their counter offensive and were alloved to approach almost to tho sates of Warsaw before the Russian strategists decided tho Smart, Comfortable, warm Overcoats of moment had come to crush them. Now high-gra- de materials in good assortment. that the Germans have been soundly beaten, in retreat all along the line fit well and give that look of conThey nnd unable to reinforce threatened fidence and prosperity. points sufllclently to check tho great Russian forces, tho decision ties apparently been reached to push an InH VTS, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR HOSIERY vading army into Silesia and an ofan line in men's department. fensive entire front. In Kast Prussia the Russians are attacking fiercely and are driving the Handsome Coats Women and Misses Germans from lines of defense well Tailored effects Lyck has within German territory. been taken nnd Mlawn, used by the Germans for many weeks as a base for operations In north PolanJ, Is now In the hands of the Russians. The German retreat from Poland has resulted In tho transfer of General von Hlnden-burg'- s headquarters to Czernstachowa, KENTUCKY 0 on the Slleslnn frontier. The Russians 0 GARFIELD are using captured cannon against the ' Germans. Many Mussulmans are fight- Ins with the Russian armies In Poland. Some Sensational Rumors. Pnonicinl roport3 aro confllctlnc. There are rumors that tho Germans t aro about to give up tho fight In Hel- - j giuni and northern Franco and trninrd troops to defend Knst j Prussia and Silesia: that Ilmssels Is ( practically evacuated, and 'that they j liavo withdrawn farther into Helglum than is mentioned iu tho olllclnl communiques. On tho other hand, there 2 Is a report that the knher Is rushing 300.000 troops to relnforco his armies 1 In Helglum and France and that tralllc on German railways has been halted to put through troop trains. 1 Tho Bulgarian prime minister has officially announced thnt Bulgaria will 1 maintain a strict and loyal neutrality toward all the countries at war. The 1 now Bulgarian minister to Russia gave an Interview upon his arrival In 1 Potrograd which apparently foreshadows a policy for Bulgaria. Ho also said that ho believed tho pres3 ent war wauld completely change existing relations, nnd ho expressed him-selAnd also my farm of 60 acres. Good dwelling, as convinced that the relations Bulgaria, Servla and Greece between fairly good barn and about eight-thousa(8,000) of would become excellent. lumber to build a stock barn and other buildings. May Draw Persia Into It. Tho nows from Porsla Indicates that German and Turkish Influences are Call or write strongly at work. Salared Dowlch, pretender to the throne, has announced himself openly as Germany's can- dldato for the rulershlp or Persia. Reports from Tabriz say that the Turkish minister there has been arrested and that the German nnd Austrian consuls Card of Thanks. havo taken refugo In the consulate of General Mehmed Cherlf Pasha, loadtho United States. All classes of Per- er of the opposition In Turkey, whoso We desire to thank our many friends sian society aro aroused by tho action sympathies with Franco aro well for the kindness and sympathy extended of Turkey, according to n dispatch to known, has telegraphed to President Totrograd, which says that tho Ger- Polncare and the council of ministers, to us during the illness and death of our man and Turkish ministers havo been that ho Is Indignant over tho step loved one, Mrs. Lena Gorsuch. doing everything in their power to taken by Turkey and feels that Turkey THH 1'iUIILY. bring Persia Into nctive participation nnu nrnnn inAn not nwn no.th enn . in tne war ngalnst Russia and Kng- - tence. Cores Old Sores, otlsr Reaidles Wis'l Gin land. It seems, though, that the Per- Tho wont cawi. no matter of how long Handing, elan people aro divided, as, Indeed, Is re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'orter'a AnliKptlc Healing Oil. It rclicrei the case even In Turkey. 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