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The Breckenridge news: November 18, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914111801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 18, 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 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXIX LIFE'S CLOSE FOR MR. WEAJHERFORD A PRINT. 8 Pages No. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914. ments was celebrated Wednesdny evenHIGH ing at 8 o'clock in St. Paul' Cathedral, CLOVERPORT when Miss Isabel Dean and Lieut. Walter Campbell Short, United States SCHOOL CLOSED army, and stationed nt Fort Still, Oklahoma, were married. Miss Dean has visited Kentucky, nnd attended Belmont college. The wedding was Epidemic of Measles in Clover- nlmost n Kentucky affair, with Miss port School Closes For Two Lucy Porter Terry, of Glasgow, bridesConwny, formaid, and Misses Adele Weeks Children Peppered merly of Owensboro, and Miss Gall Good and Proper. Cruce, daughter of A. C. Cruce, born and reared in Marion co ,nty, Kentucky. The bride entereij on the arm EVERYBODY RUNNING FROM IT of her father, W. C. Dean. A brilliant reception fodowed nt the home of the Thursday morning. In the primary bride's parents room of Miss Julia Wroe only five little tots out of fifty one regular attendants Hamilton-Osbornwere present. The rest were home The marriage of Miss Bertha Hamil- either peppered with measles or hiding ton and Mr. Quintou S. Osborne was from It. The school closed Monday celebrated at 6:30 o'clock on Tuesday for two weeks on account of tho epimorning, 'it the St. Paul's Catholic demic. church, by Rev. Celestine Brey, of Miss Cowherd, Prof. Marshall nnd Louisville, an uncle of the bride, who I'rof. Meador left for their homes Fri officiated at the mass, which followed. day. Superintendent McCoy seriously The ceremony was witnessed by a large regrets the closing of the school, but is member 'of friends and relatives of the anxious that the children will escape couple. The only attendants were the any serious effects of measles. Chilushers, Mr, limil Hamilton, a brother dren should be careful not to strain of the bride, and Mr. FitzGerald Hay- their eyes. den, a cousin of the groom. One little girl wai given a doll by The bride was Eowned in her going- - her big brother to look in the mirror at away costume, a blue coat suit, with herself. She was completely horrified hat to correi-pondand carried an arm and cried herself to sleep over her bouquet of bride roses. During the ugly little face. ceremony and mass, Miss Fannie Mae "If I die and then get well of the Cruse rendered a charming program of measles, could I come back?" asked selections on the organ. little Kathrlnc Phelps. Immediately after the ceremony, the Many of the children are conscious couple left for an Eastern wedding for the first time what it means to be journey. sick Mrs. Osborne is the daughter of Mr. J. M. Hamilton, who resides on the Colored Woman Dies. Hardlnsburg road, and is a charming Anna May Slaughter, daughter of young woman, with many friends. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Charles BUckwell and wife, died on Osborne, and is a popular and highly November 7, at her home at Brandenesteemed young man. Owensboro burg, bhe taught school here in 1OI3, and was well liked by all her people. Messenger. e. , d. & Jo READ-TAXPAYERS- -READ Man Dies At Jewish Hospital In Louisville. Well Known WELL-KNO- WN Friends Extend Sympathy to the Family. FUNERAL HELD THURSDAY. Harticd, Ky., Nov. 14. (Special.) On last Wednesday at the Jewish Hospital in Louisville Mr. Noah Weather-forthe son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weathcrford, departed this life. Mr. Weathcrford has undergone several operations iit the last two months. His suffering has been intense, he not being able to lie down for only a short while at a time. I'or a number of years he has made Louisville his home, work ing for L. Moses, wholesale clothing store. His remains Nwere d, The Penalty Goes On December 1, 1914. We mo compelled to collect your tuxes and prefer to do it withCALLEDJY DEATH out cost. We have arranged dates nil over the county, trying to rive everyone n clmnce. After this time will huvo to hunt the Dr. Joseph Morrison Tydings, of sherilL Now we huvo given bond to collect theso tuxes nnd wo uro Louisville, Dead Mrs. Jen- going to do it. We urc giving you this timely warning so ypu enn nie L. McHenry Dies at Hart- ssive yourself cost nnd trouble. This is the Inst clmnce before the penalty goes on, utiles you ford- Both Last Week. come to Ilardinsburg, Ivy. It is to your interest to find out about your tuxes, us we cannot correct mistakes after December 1. At CHARLES MOORMAN DEAD. office Ilardinsburg nnd Cloverport everyday. The dates and places are given below: 11 PEOPLE Taxpayers Warning. Thursday at noon. the afternoon the funeral services were conducted at Kphesus by Rev. Oldham, after which he was laid to rest in the Kphesus cemetery. The aged father, mother, brothers and sisters have the sympathy of their numerous friends. brought here last At two o'clock in 124 Gallons of Molasses. We are wondering if Garfield isn't in the lead for sweetness. On a piece of ground 47x54 steps square planted in .sugar cane on Bill Stinnett's farm, Mose Davis made 124 gallons of molasses, said to be as good ns the best. Garfield correspondent. Belknap-Moorman. Mrs. Morris B. Belknap, of Louisville, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Lily Buckner Bellnap, to Mr. Charles H. Moorman. The marriage will be quietly solemnized at the bride's home on Saturday, Novem- Delegates Have Fine Trip to Atlanta Meeting. A Neat Pressing Shop. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron, of Irving-ton;- " and "John D. Bubb'age, editor ot The Breckenridge News, went to AtBirthday Dinner. lanta, last week as delegates to the Pisgah, Ky , Nov. I4. (Special ) Good Roads Convention. They had a On Tuesday, November 10, relatives splendid trip. Mr. Babbaga was the and friends of Mrs. Marv Newman, of guest of Mr. and Airs. John D. Bab- by gathernear Pisgah, surprised arrived home ing in to extend happy greetings with base, Jr. The party with Friday night delighted the South. baskets filled with many good things to eat. The occasion being Mrs. Newman's 16 birthday. Tile guests were: Crop of Raspberries Mr. andMrs. George Newman, Mr. "and in Middle of November. Mrs. Thomas Mason, Mr. and Mrs. The second crop of raspberries for Thomas Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hates, and daughters, Misses Lillie and 1914 has excited much interest at the Minnie Bates, Mr and Mts. Wm. G. beautiful home of Mr. arid Mrs. Con Pumphery, Sr., Mr. and Mrs Wm. j rad Sippel on the hill. They are as Oasham, and sou, Marvin, Mr. and delicious as they were in June. For Mrs. Ira D. Wathen, Mrs. Mary New- the last two weeks the Sipplcs have man, Miss Addie Newman, Mr. and had raspberries. Mrs. P. DeHaven. Every one spent a ' delightful day. Ernest Boyd, Jr. ber the twenty-eigh- t. r The pressing shop of Berry and Morplace in ev rison is a clean ery respect. They are well equipped for cleaning and pressing, they have in their shop a Royal machine, the only dry cleaning machine ever brought to They will be glad to take Cloverport. orders from their customers at their well furnished office, which is open at all hours during the day. Charles Adkins Berry. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Berry on the birth of a son, Charles AdKlns Berry, November I3, at Stanley, Ky., the home of Mrs. Berry's parents. Hunting Season Open. The hunting season opened Sunday, November 15. Hunteis report game very sicarce. Marion Weatherholt reports he lias issued 66 hunting licenses from January 1, 1!U4. to November I4, 11114. Dean-Shor- t. Card of Thanks. Okla., Nov. 0. A 10. The mother and baby are at the We wish to express to our many wedding marked by military appoint- - Jewish Hospital in Louisville. friends and neighbors our sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude to each one of them for their untiring faithful ness to our dear sister, Mrs. Harry Kennedy, through her long illness and death. We pray Hod's richest blessing on each of them. The Family, Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a son, Ernest Boyd, Jr , November Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12. Dr. Joseph Tydings, a prominent layman of the Askins, Tuesday, November 17. Methodist Episcopal church, South, and Rockvale, Wednesday, November 18. a Confederate veteran, died of infirmities this morning at the residence of his Glen Dean, Thursday, November 19. daughter, Mrs. R. S. llerkeley, 732 McDaniel, Friday, November 20. avenue. Dr. Tydings was 78 years old and a Mook and Union Star, Monday, Novembor 23. native of Ilatli county. He was a son of Hudson, Frymire and Lodiburg, Tuesday, November 24. the Revi Dr. Richard Tydings, a prominent Methodist minister, and member of Bewleyville and Mooleyville, Wednesday, November 25. n pioneer Kentucky family. He was a graduate of the old Louisville Medical Chenault and Webster, Thursday, November 26. College, but did not practice his profes- Big Spring and Addison, Friday, November 27. sion until after the close of the Civil Custer, Stephensport and Irvington, Satujday, November 28. War. Dr. Tydings was a member of the comHardinsburg and Cloverport, every day. mand of Gen. John II Morgan and was wounded in the right arm by the acciYOUR dental discharge of a gun. After the war he returned to Kentucky and settled A. Beard, S. B. W. C. Pate, Win. Gibson, A. J- in Ilrcckenridge county, where he marDye and B. Carman, Deputies. ried Miss Sue Washington, twenty-fiv- e years he practiced medicine, then He was author of a took up liteiaturt. book entitled "Famous Men of KenARADJJEAF DIES tucky" and several religious works. During the latter years of his life he devoted much of his time to work among At His Home in Of Baptist Missionary Meeting Tobinsport-W- as the prisoners at the county jail and pa Seventy-ontients at the city hospital. Years Old and Friday.November He is survived by his widow, a son, Leaves a Wife and Two Chigiving Service. Richard II. Tydings; five daughters, Mrs. T. 15. Heard, Mrs. Clifton Nock, ldren. Mrs. R. S. llerkeley, Mrs Prank CogsHanied, Ry., Nov. 16. (Special.) well, of Louisville, and Mrs. IC. C. The Baptist Missionary Society will obArad Leaf, who was the third child Robin, of Jackson, Miss., and twelve serve Ihanksgiving Day with sendees of the late Andrew Leaf and Mrs. 011 grandchildren. l'riday of next week. The following; Nancy Leaf, was born January 5th, Funeral services wi.l be conducted at program has been arranged: lSl.'l, and passed peacefully from this 11 o'clock this morning at the Broadway Song. life on the early morning of November Methodist church, of which he was a Prayer of Thankfulness Miss Iillen (5, at tho ripe old age of 71 years. member, by the Rev. Dr. Samuel M. Miugits. . On April 2, I867, he was united la Scripture Reading, 95th Psalm. Miller. Ilurial will he ill Eastern cci Mmarriage with Miss Anna Elizabeth I'or What Am I Thankful eter,. Mrs. W. Weatherholt. and to this union were o o 11 Gregory. horn one daughter, Mrs Clara I). PoII Why I Am a Missionary, and Why Mrs. Jennie T.. McHenry, mother of aod one son, Clarence C. Leaf, who John J and I .em II. McHenry, of Louis-v- i with their mother survive him, also Ilelieve In It .Mrs. Arch Weatherfordv The Duty of a Missionary Miss Jen-- v le, and widow of Congressman Henry live grand children aud nie I 'ay lie. I). McHenry, died suddenly nt her home his aged mother, whu Is iu Select Reading .Miss Ruth Snider. in Hartford, Ky. 'She was stricken by her !)lth year, seven brothers and five Song. heart trouble. She had been in failing sisters. Roll Call Answer by telling for what health since last April, when she was inAt the age of 20 joars lib answered we are most thankful. jured by a fall. his country's call for volunteers by Dismissed by President. Mrs McHenry was years old, havIn the Union army, serving In MRS. DICK PATH, President. ing been born October 4, 1832, at 12th Ky. Cavalry. He was a memthe MRS J AM HS KNOTT, Sec'y. Ky., the daughter of Rev. ber of the G. A. R. and belonged to James W. and Mrs. Sarah Morris Tayl r. the Da la Hunt Post of Caunelton. Dinner at the Oaks. Ilcsides her two sous in Louisville she is Cannelton Telephone. survived by nnny nieces and nephewsjii Mr. and Mrs. ,Ias. W. Miller Ohio, Davies and llreckenridge counties. New Gift Fad. were host and hostess to tin eleShe was one of the most prominent woM Sut-clif- fc ! READ THIS AND TELL T. C, NEIGHBOR J. SPECIAUTORAM e 26-Tha- nks. I Hard-itisbur- g, McQUADY -- SPECIALS AT THE - men of Kentucky at one time, and received much praise from George D. Prentice for her verses. Her death will be mourned by many Keutttckiuns. Ilurial w ill be tomorrow afternoon in the family lot at Hartford. Heavy Fire. MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY" Patent Flour, per barrel. Patent Flour, per sack 5.CG .71 5.2G Golden Grain, per barrel Golden Grain, per sack 60 27.90 Shipstuff and Bran, even weight sacks, per ton ShipstutT and Bran, odd weight sacks, per ton.... 27.40 ,.. Shipstutf and Bran, singlo hundreds 1.40 When ordering do uot forget that THK CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE ORDER. Wo prepay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., in weight, or more to all stations on tho Henderson lioutu and on the M., H. & E. It. R. teacup with handles make dainty Christmus gifts. An uttractivo ono was gilded and lined with light-blusilk. It contained u light-bluthimble, u rod wux Notice. Home Regularly. cherry, tiny scissors, needles und All persons having claims against the The Came & Pish Commission is A bunch of light-bluthread. estate of L. C. Simmons, deceased, will sending a Special Warden into this Dear Mr. Babbage: When one is wero tied on the please present same properly proven as county with instructions to enforce the away from home they want to hear rtquired by law to the undersigned. game laws. The Commission hopes handle. I know no from home regularly, o o Wathen B. Horseley lost his dwelling Charles Moorman, a young man of and two barns last Tuesday by lire, Grayson county, died last week at his Loss $1,!00; insurance $900. Pays a home near Leitchfleld. Posted. farmer to carry insurance. Mr. Choral Club. Horseley's home Is near Garfield. My furm and tho Osborno farm The Cloverport Musical and Choral uro hot li posted against linn tors. Hawesville School Closed. Club will meet next Monday night No hunting allowed on either The graded and high schools of with Mrs. J. II. Rowland. Completed place. .1 AS. S. TINILTS, Hawesville are closed on account of plans will be announced for the open Holt, Ky. given In honor of the session to be scarlet fever. Hawesville Club. NOTICE. Wants to Hear From Tho newest gift fad for tho Christmas season is tho individual cup and saucer. Many beautiful designs uro shown in tho Chris-ma- s lines mid the prices rango from 10 cents to for n single cup and saucer. Hand painted ones are exquisite. 15 gant dinner Thursday at their country home, "Tho Oaks." Covers wuro&ct for tho followiug: Tho Kcv. Hobort .Johnson und Mrs. Johnson und little daughter; Mrs. Jus. II. Gardner, Mr. and Gardner Hoard and son, '11011108 V. Hoard. Dear Little Sewing Baskets For Christmas. Littlo baskets not larger than o forget-me-not- s When you are thinking of building call on us for plans and specifications. a house We furnish them free of charge. The Cash Mill Saves You Money Let us Have Your Order McOuady Milling Co, McQuady, Ky. and of better way than to take the old home paper. Enclosed find check for $1.00 for which please send me the News one yeur. Wo are pleasantly situated over here in Hodgenvllle, but when our minds revert to the old home, fund memories clung to scenes aud circumstances that grip us, and we want to hear of and from them. I trust you are having a prosperous tar, and that the approaching festive season has In it much pleasure for you aud jours. Very truly, RICV. R. O. PENICK, Hodgenvllle, Ky. C. L. Simmons, Administrator, Sheridan's Retort. of Sheri dan's mid complained when the latter "imposed to rejoin that .Sheridan wanted the last word. "Not nt till." said Sheridan, Instantly withdrawing his request to be heard. 'I tun content with having hud the last irgiiinent." ouDWcrtHl a speech I'ltt had this Warden will not have to make arrests, but he and his local deputies will actively cover the county from this date to the end of the season, and violators will he punished. PLEASE AGAIN TO DO NOT ASK US ADVERTISE FREE Has a Position. Read the Little Want Ads. Dear Mr. Bibbage: Please change my paper from Hardlnsburg to Louis ville. I urn working for C. M. Wiseman & Son, I3U West Market, and am to Death. Three Sentenced Moxlco City, Oct, 19. Thrco civil gttting along fine. Hope this card will ians accused ot having helped Follx reach you for this week's paper. Yours truly, Diaz defend the citadel were sen-- , tenced to death by a courtmartlal. K. T. KINCHELOE, They are Dlcardo Barren, Leobardo 203 E. Broadway. Baltterr and Salrador Fragoso. Louisville, Ky. school entertainments, church socials and other affairs for munoy making. Our advertisements arc the same to us as Flour, Sugar and Dry Goods are to tho merchant. : : : : 11 Thi BrKkiiriiii dm LODIBURGJEWS Jacob Miller Man Dies-Bri- ght Tur uiIIIEhm BRECKENRIDGE Young of NEWS Taken at the Age Twenty Si- x- Other News. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY NOV. 20th Sell the Goods at the Price we Make When we tell you that we sell you 3 cans of Corn for 20c we mean just what we say. We guarantee the quantity and quality of every article listed n in this sale. We Make the Price-- We ...For... Miss Krvic Hoard, of Spottsvllle, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Quelle Parr, returned home Friday. Abe Miller, of McFall, Mo who has been at the bedside of his brother, CHRISTMAS A Clirtatnins card nnnouneing the pift is sent with every subscription. : : : : : : : 4 miles from Cloverporfand miles from Hardinsburg, on the Cloverport & Hardinsburg Pike, the following property: Two Mules, 4 and 5 years old; One Gray Mare; One Buggy and Harness; One Jersey Cow; One Jersey Heifer; Household & Kitchen Furniture; Canned Fruit and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON Jake Miller, during bis last illness, re-- 1 j turned home Inst Monday. Hymn Johnson, of Garfield, visited $1.00 a Year his daughter, Mrs. Grayson Payne, last week. 50c 6 months 25c Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Keys, of West Point, visited their uncle and aunt, .05 2 packages of Blueing for Mr. and Mrs. Carlt I'avnc. and other should look forward to the bright res .25 6 Cakes of Ivory Soap for week. relatives last urrectlon morning, when irlends will ' 6 Cakes of Fairy Soap for 25 Miss Essie Matthews, teacher at again meet friends, when father and Walnut Drove, was the guest of litr mother and son, brothers and sisters 05 3 Cakes of Sail Laundry Soap parents at Glean Dean last Saturday will all be united, and sad partings .. .10 3 Boxes ot Table Salt and Sunday. will indeed be no more. .' 06 Half Package Borax , We arc glad to report that Mrs. W Dearest Jake, thou has left us, 11. Argabright is improving. 24 3 Cans of 3 pound Tomatoes Left us for the other shore, Jonas ISasham bought a fine young But we soon must follow after 20 3 Cans of Corn For thou hast only gone before. Consid cow of Ed Condor last week, 12 per can 15c Peas, 5.00. e ration How we watched around the bedside 07 10c Extracts, all flavors Solomon Slielinan was the guest of Faithful watchers day and night, .2 Cracked Hominy, new, per lb his brother, Frank Shelman, of Holt, Lest while In the hour of absence, 05 Sunday. Cracked Rice, per lb Thy soul from hence woula take Its flight. 07 Fred Claycome was the guest of Whole Head Rice, per lb friends at Webster Sundaj. 08 Now the room looks lone and vacant Puffed Wheat, per package Mrs. Hill Norton and Mrs. Isaac .20 Jake's chair is empty now, 3 Packages of Toy Oats Norton, of Norton's Valley, were visit No home is now so sad and lonely, ors of Mrs. W. B. Argabrlght Friday. Sadness wreaths our aching brow. A FHII2ND. The angel of deatli entered the hoxe of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, on November 9, I9I4, and claimed their son Despondency Due to Indigestion. Jake, for its victim, He was twenty-si- x It is not at all surprising that persons years, ono month and seven days have indigestion become discour old. He joined the Walnut Grove who Baptist church, under a series of aged and despondent. Here are a few 19 25c Butcher Knife meetings held by Kev. James Willet words of hope and cheer for them by .Mrs. Hlanche Bowers, of Indiana, Pa. 39 New Club Shells, black powder, per box about ten years ago, and has lived a my digestion was so poor devout Christian every since. He had '.For years 59 Nitro Shells, steel lined, smokeless that I could only eat the lightest foods. sevbeen a sufferer of tuberculosis for I tried every thing that I heard of to 27 35c Brass Washboard eral mouths, and he bore his suffering a year 32 Coal Hod with a fortitude that none cauld have get relief, but not until about 40c Galvanized Kvery ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets borne but a true Christian. .23 .. 30c Black Iron Coal Hod thing was done that loving hauds could advertised and got a bottle of them, I right treatment. I soon 05 3 Boxes of Shoe Nails do, but of no avail. God called and did find the improve, and since taking a He began to Jake had to obey the summons of them my digestion is leaves a father and mother, live broth few bottles fine " For tale by all dealers. ers a lid three sisters. His brothers are Abe Miller, of Missouri, Dan Miller, of California, K'oll, Frank and Asia RAYMOND NEWS. Mtlier, of this county. His sisters, Mrs. Jonas Ilasham. Mrs. Will ISasham and Miss Kitty Miller, nil of this counwere Koscoe Norton and family ty. On November II his remains were or .Mrs Norton's sis followed to the Walnut Grove cemetery week end visitors Mrs. Henry Uelcher, near Wolf by a host of sorrowing relatives and ter, friends. Funeral services conducted Creek. Henry Cashman was in Hardinsburg by the pastor, Kev. Hutchison. Pall headers were: J. II. Avitt. Henry last week on business. ICadau. Hen Harr.son, Charlie Avitt, Taylor Compton and family have Camnlous Cart and Win. Keys. No moved in the house with Martin Clay- Several from here attended the pie from Raymond to Webster and back, mere un earth will we see our loved comb and Henry Flnchwalde and fam supper at Kryinlre Saturday night. Owen Uassett is carrier. Vfe wish him smile, nor hear his voice. ily, of Tell City, Intl., are expecting to one's success as carrier. Cashman I on the slcU list at Jess His labors here were not linished, Ins move soon In the house just vacated by this writing. It is feared he has tyHe uascut down Mr. Compton. work was undone. Best Cough Medicine for Children. Joe Clajcomb, of Norton Valley, vis phoid. We are glad to report all the in the prime of life. Hut we shuuld "Three years ago when I was living cases cf tj phuid here improving. uthtr Wo ited here Saturday nor iiumii. as those without hope. K.peclaily are we glad to !now Mias in Pittsburg one of my children had n I.Uhio Basliani, who via-- , su danger hard cold and coughed draadfully. Upon the advice of a druggist I purously 111, is better chased n bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Dave Sutton and son of Hardinsburg, Remedy and it bentfited him at once. were here Tue-daI find it the best cough medicine fur Mr?. C II liassett and son, Oiven, children because it is pleasant to take. spent Saturday with Mrs. Frank Phil-'po- They do not object to taking it," writes Mr.s Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. j of Stoney I 'unit. I'Vymlro, of Kryuilre, made This remedy contains no opium or. Grovtr one hundred and lifty cue gallons of other narcotic, and may be given to u molasses for I'roctor Knott last week. child as coLfideutlv as to an adult We will Public Auction oil Sold by all dealers. This speaks well far ono farmer. Mrs. OIcu Macy. of Mjatic, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Compton, recently. The wind took part ot the roof oil of Henry Cashmau'a house last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shrewsberry and night children, Mr. and Mrs. Harney De- G. W. Cashman and son, Walter, of Jarnette and children were in Clover- Sandy Hill, passed through here last port last week the guests of relatives. On Cliapin I'riday en route to b'rymire to visit llenrv Payne and family have reWash Cashman. turned fratn Hancock county where 6 M. D. Cashman. Vanzant and Wlu- - they visited relatives for a few days. lleld Hendry were recent visitors hero. Ollie Hall was in Cloverport Friday We are g'ad to say we are again and Saturday the guest of his sis cr, having dally mail service on the route Mrs. Percy Shrewsbery. C. L. Heard, of Hardinsburg, was here Friday. The Woman's Missionary Society of Silver the Baptist church met at the church Wednesday. Artistic designs. correct style, brilliant Mrs. Sam Ucavin aud daughter, Mrs. finish, combined with Pat Mattlngly, were guests of her honest value, make daughter. Mrs Tom Sherran, Tuesday. Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Ruby and children went to Hardinsburg Friday to visit David Hennlog and family. ROGERS BROS. Nat Hall was in Cloverport last week the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Percy silverware the choice of discriminating purchasers. Shrewsberry. Self-Risi- 25c Can Calumet Baking Powders Pure Leaf Lard (deodorized) pound Bob White Flour, per bag... Snow Drift Flour, per bag.. Flour, per bag ng .17 16 (JNqt over 2 btms of above to a customer) .60 .65 ,70 .20 .15 12 25c Coffee 20c Coffee Cream Chocolates per lb Eocene Lamp Oil, per gallon Cheap Lamp Oil, per gallon Bon Bon Baking Powders, 1 lb. can 2 lbs. Evaporated Peaches 10c package Mince Meat Colgate's Talcum Powder, per can 2 .15 11 07 15 .07 :. 15 Any Article on the 10c Counter for 8c yard wide Linoleum, regular $1.00 value for 79c $ .79 1.19 I Hardware Dry $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 Goods-Ameri- can Beauty Corsets Corsets Corsets Corsets Corsets Corsets . 1.49 1.98 2 39 ... This Sale is Friday, November 20, from 6 o'clock a. m., to 7 clock p. m. Be sure to get here in that time. o'- B. F. Beard & Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. WE INVITE YOU to call and inspect our. Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. l Public Sale! offer at the Jas. farm t, BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, FRIDAY 20, 1914 J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier' :: DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... am Office Hours: DENTIST Alwuys In office during office hours Irvington, Ky. ?S:'iSiV". (Choosing m Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station . Rate $1.00 -- :T:- ' DAY OF SALE! Tliis name y stands for the heaviest grade of plate and q"isi!ebcauty of patterns, assuring long years of service and sat Its remarkable isfaction. durability hat woo 4 the popular title "Silver Flail vtai mart, jmy ScUbrkadiai dcalcis evety whoa. Scad Bath $1.50 Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your dniirzlst will refund money if PAZO OINTMI'.NT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind, B!etdlnuorl'rotnidloiil'llesln6tol4days. The first application gives Hate ana Rett 30c. European Solicits putronago of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers New Flag For Knights. A. L. HOWARD, JAS. CHAPIN. aUpatssns. WsnvJkMllMCtJ A handsome rew flag on a large staff has been received for the Knights of MEMORIAL. How we miss your loving face; Pythias Hall of this city. Its beauty But you left us to remember will certainly create a spirit of national None on earth can fill your place CRAWI'ORD-- Iit loving memory of patriotism. All the K. P. Lodges In Mother, Sister and Brother. thin count.y have been requested to get my dear son, James M. Crawford, who our national flag for their halls and passed away November 18, 1909. rooms. Just five years ago you left us, Now Subscribe right 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 by Parcel Post Free of charge j BACON as imrvupnRATi-r 330-33- 4 COME TO LOUISVILLE At Our Expense KY. W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, will refund 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your round trip railroad fare. We Our Annual Thanksgiving Boys Clothing $5 Blue Serge all-wo- Profit-Sharin-g Sale Men's $1.00 Quality cale Shirts 59c Men's Full Laundered Negligee Shirts; made of best quality percale; coat style, faced sleeves, cuffs in neat black and white, blue and white and helio and white stripes; every shirt guaranteed to fit perfectly; all sizes. Ilest bargain we have ever offered. IS NOW ON IN FULL BLAST! Below are listed a few of the many bargains at Prices that will save you money Knickerbockers sizes 5 to 50c Pull-Dow- n Caps For Boys Quality; in fancies and blue serge; 16 ol Suits $3.45 years J3L QQp QQl 50c Quality; with fur inside of the band; QQp made of fancy cassimers aud corduroys; all sizes., udu Per- Norfolk Style With Full Linen Knickerbockers and blown, sizes 6 to Jl.oo Quality; Thickset Corduroy, in tan 17 years Odu Nightshirts attached; sizes 50c Quality; Every suit is guaranteed nil wool and fast color serge and offers an extraordinary chance to obtain a good suit at low price. $1.50 Quality Blue Serge; full lined, peg style, QQp belt loop and watch pocket: sizes 6 to 17 years. , . .dOu flannelette; made with collar 14 to 18 years QQp uwu $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 Norfo.k styles and we have them in brown, blue, tan and gray; sizes 6 to 18 years. 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. Sweater Coats in navy blue, cardinal, tan and gray; with shawl or Byron collars; all sizes; values 7Qp to jt.5o; for fdu White Wool; V neck; all sizes; honeycomb weaves ; $ t .00 goods EEJp Children's Play Suits Cowboy, Cowgirl, Indian Chief and Indian Squw Models Made of n 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 ft. 25. Siz.es QRp 2 to 14 years dub JUL Men's Flannelette Night Shirts 39c r sie; well made; attached. All sics. 60c Worth Men's Handkerchiefs a Full Dozen 35c Good quality flannelette; full col-la- $3.48 and 2.98 Woolen Norfolk Suits $2.29 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 only ddu QC-do- 3 zen Men's $6.00 Waterproof Raincoats $3.75 Boys' Guaranteed Waterproof Raincoats$2.39 They are made full strapped and cemented by double texture tan rubberized cloth. These coats are sold as high as J4.50; sizes 4 to 18 years. d 79c QQ( with pockets; large Men's $1.50 Wool Sweater Coats Men's $2.50 Worsted Sweater coats aud green; all sizes. &1 1 X.J.ef Heavy knit, vith shawl collar; colors Oxford gray and brown; all sizes. Heavy fancy weave; shawl or Byron collar; all sizes; big assortment of colors. Double texture; rainproof; full strapped and cemented; military or regulation collar; in medium or dark mixtures; nil sies. Boys' and Children's Mackinaw Coats to $3.48 Sizes 3 Men's $1.25 Wool Sweater Heavy fancy weave; In a big assortment of colors and patterns. 17 $1.69 gray,-maroo- Men's Hosiery and Underwear Men's 25c Fiber Silk Sox Seamless; slight mill imperfections; and tan; all sizes. years. and They are made with the shawl or convertible collar, There are in a large variety of patterns and materials. vMues in this lot up to 5.98. Sizes 12, 13, ,J4. 15. o 17. Boys' School Overcoats $2.49 assortment ot colors; all sizes. Byron or shawl collar; colors navy, 15c black, white Dress Accessories Priced for This Sale Women's Handkerchiefs; pure linen; hand embroidered: put up 6 in a pretty box; regular QQp dOU price $1.50; special Initial Handkerchiefs; plain white, wide hem, ff 1 fin hemstitched; made of French town, with 4) I .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 udu Children's Handkerchiefs; plain white; hemstitched, with a colored initial; put up three 1 Cp I uu in a picture box, for Collars; roll ollars; lawn ORf Waist Sets and or pique; special price tub Waist Sets; made of Plauen lace; assoited shapes; in white and ecru; .r0c value linen finish with initial embroidered in wreath :QQp put up 0 In a box; tegular price 5('c;sale price. . ddu Silk Mull Neck Scarfs: hemstitched ends; black, white and all the leading colors; j'.lc value Men's 50c Heavy Ribbed Underwear 37ic Unbleached Heavy Ribbed Fleeced Undershirts Drawers; all sizes; the garment 37 Balmacaan Coats $3.69 Boys' Shower-Proo- f Made with the regulation or millitary collars; all colors; actual $5.00 values;, sizes from 4 to 18 years. and KtJ A Pajamas material; trimmed with frogs in front. from 6 to 16 years. Special price 29C Men's $1.00 Velvet Ribbed Underwear 69c Heavy Unbleached Velvet Ribbed Shirts and Drawers; all sizes; the garment 69c. fi.oo Quality Flannelette Pajamas; fine quality Sizes OCp '....UdU OQp 50c Shirts; with or without collar attached; in light percales and light and dark chambrays. . . . JO brand, in 50c Blouse Waists: tapeless "Model" OQp white, light percals, plain and striped chain- www bray; sizes 6 to 16 years Shirts and Waists Neck Scarfs, floral design silk mull; silk dotted crepe, plain crepe and Japanese silk; a large AQt Hdu assortment; values to 70c; special Men's $1.00 Union Suits 79c Heavy fleece lined; silver gray; all sizes. J Women's Vestees; plain white, with high 0Rf roll hollars; embroidered edge; 39c value Waist Sets; made of lawn or batiste; trimmed with lace; plain, semi-stif- f or laundered; Efln tub JUL Men's $1.25 Union Suits 79c Heavy Velvet Kibbed closed crotch; all sizes. Unbleached Union Suits; $1 Oiand (1.25 Quality Black Velvet Flush Hats; new shapes and all sizes JSi.oo Quality Felt Hats; all styles aud all sizes Hats For Boys and Children OOp CQp 29C cam- Udu bric with initial in the corner; put up 6 in a box; tegular price 40c; sale price Initial Handkerchiefs; white hemstitched Zdu OQp Initial Handkerchiefs; plain white hemstitched: Collars made of I'lauen lace; assorted shapes in white and ecru; values to 3Uc, for. 19c Embroidered Handkerchiefs; plain white hemstitched linen or cambric, with dainty embroid- - C. lib ered design in corner; lyic value for Linen Handkerchiefs; on French lawn. In a sheer quality; plain white and hemstitched; ORp embroidered design incomer; lDc quality; 2 for uu o Hen's $1.75 Union Suits 95c Medium weight Velvet Kibbed Union Suits; crotch; all sizes. closed Men's $3.00 Worsted Union Suits $1.69 Heavy Spring Needle Ribbed Fine Worsted Suits; closed crotch; all sies. Union Heavy Peeler Ribbed Fleeced High neck Long-sleePants: regular and extra Vests: Ankle-lengt- h size; slight mill imperfection. Underwear for Women aud Children Women's 39c Vest and Pants 25c ve Fancy Box Stationery; 24 25 envelopes; e and 24 f0c quality uilt-edg- e Heavy Bleached Fleeced Ribbed High-nec- k Vests; Ankle length Pants; aU regular and extra sizes. Long-.sleev- Women's 50c Vest and Pants 35c Women's 50c Union Suits 39c k, 1 9c quality Fine Stationery fp sheets of paper and 1 I Hosiery For Women and ..uu 0 UU Combination Package Stationery; 24 sheets of paper cards; envelopes to match; QEp Cards; 24 udu Initial Correspondence cards with envel opes to match each, stamped in gold from a ORf steel engraved nie Gold Initial Paper; extra heavy quality linen Cflp uUu stock; put up in a fancy box; all initials Kodak Albums; 2" leaves OCp Post Card Albums; CQp &JU values up to $l..ddu sewed Children Women's $1.00 Silk Hose 75c d Fast-blachigh-splice- d k Thread-sil- lisle garter welt; sizes. Hose; double heel and double sole; all k 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; alt high-splice- Suits; Women's Bleached Fleece Ribbed Union length, long' sleeves, ankle medium weight; high-necDutch neck, elbow sleeves and low neck, no sleeves, knee length; regular and extra sizes. Bleached Lisle Union Suits; lace or plaiu 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. WONDERFUL OFFERING IN ART GOODS Battenberg Piano Covers Women's 75c Union Suits 29c Battenberg Table Covers Regular $1.75 Values 95c Regular $1.65 Value 89c Columbia Crochet Cotton, white, cream and ecru; per ball.. Stamped Waist; in crepe and voile; sale price n Lace Trimmed Scarfs Regular 50c Value 39c sies Women's d $1.00 Embroidered Hose 50c Women's $1.00 Union Suits 59c flip 03b OflP These beautiful Table Covers are These handsome Scarfs measure 18 made with drawn center, and arc inches by 54 inches, and are made with drawuwork and set in medallions particularly appropriate as gifts. Royal Society Floss: per ball Utopia Floss; per skeins Imported Silk Lisle Hose; Ilcrms-dor- f black with handsome embroidered white and eo'or-e- d fronts; a big bargain and we have only a limited quantity; all sizes .7c 9Qp Covers to Match; size 30 inches square Crash Pillow Covers; lace .39c high-splice- Women's 50c Hose 35c Imported Silk Lisle Hose; with colored top and tip; reinforced garter top; raved stop; d heel and double sole; Hermsdorf black dye; all sies. llox of 6 pairs $2 00. Heavy Bleached Fleeced Ribbed Union Suits; neck, long sleeves, unkle length; strictly first quality and tailor finished; regular and extra sizes. Bleached Fleecee Ribbed Union Suits; long sleeves, ankle length; ages 6 to H years. Women's $1.00 Union Suits 69c high Children's 65c Union Suits 39c high neck, tUU doeu AOn Lull trimmed; regular 50c quality. . .'f&u Made Stamped Gowns; reg- OQp ularly sold for 65c; at Royal Society Floss; per Stamped Pillowcases; 50c qiml-JOity; made of best tubing; per pr.t&u dozen skeins tub dull QQp Women's 25c Burson Hose 17c Full fashioned fast black; reinforced garter welt; heel; double foot; medium weight; all sizes. Ilox of 6 pairs $ i. oo. high-splice- d Party Cases and. Bags at Party Cases; bound with crepe grain morocco or vachette leather-iblack or colors; has assorted linings and gold plated fittings ffO QC $4 00 value for JfL.iJ J Party Casts; covered with black or green leather; assorted linings; Ave piece gold pluied fittings; OQp k Profit-Shari- ng Sale Prices 75C complete fittings and seal or walrus in black and colors; linings Heavy Fleeced Ribbed Peeler Sleeping Garments; high nrck, long sleeves, drop seat, closed foot; ages 6 to 10 years. Children's 50c Sleeping Garments 39c ed shapes; inside; coin purse and mirror; assort1 00 value Women's 25c Hercerized Hose 15c Full seamless fast black lisle; large welt; heel; double sole; have slight mill imperfections hardly noticable; all i.es. high-splice- Gloves at Reduced Prices Women's 25c and 50c Gloves two-butto- 15c ed nearly consisting of About x0 dozen drummers' samples, silk- - lined and clasp, fleece-llnen claimImported Cashmere Gloves', in bluck all sizes. Udu special price shape or Party Cases; pocket-boobox shape; open at the top or side, crepe, seal or morocco covered, with assorted linings complete; gold plat Imported Washable Heavy Duplex Gloves,stitchclasp; pique sewn; three rows spear point ed back; tan white and chamois color; all sizes. two-butt- Women's Duplex Gloves 65c Women's 35c Gloves 25c Girdles; odds and ends of suede, Leather HHurib.iRs; in the new velvet or silk elastic; values 1Ep Leather Haudbags; black leather UU small shapes; pin seal, pin morocco to 50c coverings; tan or gray leuther-liue- d ..$7.50 $6.50 and $5.00 Leather Handbags; all leather; in large and small sizes; pannier or Suede or Velvet Handbags; OCp dde strap handles; black or assorted long cord bundles; values to ji..Zuu fite colors; one, two and Handbags; with Suede tings; values to 51.50 fjjjQ long cord or Velvet va ues handles; M fin to f5.oo 4 I.UU Leather Handbags; leather or silk Children's Handlings; in black and lined; in the new small shapes or the colors; strap or chain handles large shopping baas; comp'ete jfl.oc value for 79c purse and mirror or with coin 39c only; assorted leathers; val M QC 50c value for five-piectitt-tin- $6, $5, $3.50, $2.95 d 9 p Children's 17c Hose 12Jc good-wearin- g Fast lllack Seamless ixl Ribbed Heavy Cot'on Hose; double knee; four thicad heel aud toe; quality; sizes 5 to 9. u.--s to $3,00 4 1.3 d Veils For Women .Chiffon Veils, satin stripe borders; all lors; regular $1 00 values col- - CQp Ddu Imported Black Silk Lined Cashmere Gloves; clavp; All two-butt- on We have a large assortment of only mention a few of them: OF ARTICLES Jewelry JEWELRY -- Chiffon Veils; satin stripe border or plain hemstitched ends; all popular shades; values CI ftC to 53.50 for 4 l.dU 1 and on account of limited space can Chiffon Vei e; hemstitched ends; 2 yards long, QCp yard wide; utl colors; $1.35 value; for dub aizes. length with three buttons at wrist; black and tan; all sites. Women's $3.50 Kid Gloves $2.45 whim German Silver Vunatles; Duplex Vunitits; German Silver Mesh Hags; Elgin Watches; Gold Filled Watches; Leonard Watches; Shell or Amber Harrettes; Har Pius; Brass Smoking Stands; Pull Jars; Ivory Toilet Sets; German Silver Toilet Sets; Ivory Toilet Sets: Ivory Manicure Sets. 75c value Pattern Lace Veils; in black and colors; Viuiuir:ii-ucl- i .49c These goods are priced to correspond with the low prices prevailing in this Ad. tfeu Ituluproot Uuilireiltu; teW rod) I'umRon If II ft In ttiU lot worth up loll.M) tiold iuihi liandlu-valu- e livptrlu.niel,ubouy, Ivory comp. iliorn, 11.50 vlue, W mhrella ami Men's flU, W THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. UAIlUAGIi. Editor and Publisher NOVEMBER 18, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 6c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS ovor five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. freo from dusf nnd at tho samo timo letting it come in contact with pure, fresh air. Tho nrovalanco of tho foot and mouth disraso has been a sad an serious alfair for the farmers of sovoral states. One farmer of Long Island had his entire hoed killed nnd tho carcasses wcro destroyed in quicklime. lie boro with fortitude tho extermination of his stock lint, lin hinkn down and went like a child when the oilicials told him li! civ wnfi-l- i flncrs wntlld bnvn to die. o hopo that tho cattlo disease, cro this hns been completely wiped out and will not break out again. OUR TRIP TO ATLANTA. Tho South is a wonderful country this wo saw on a short trip Tho scenery via tho L. & N. railway is to Atlanta last week. beautiful and so afraid that wo would miss some of tho wonders of it, Mountains after mountains wo looked out tho window constantly. towered nbovo us as wo passed through Tennessee. The country does not look as good as our own in Breckenridgo county, but wo liko tho spirit of tho South. Everybody is devoted to it and in At lanta everybody is for Atlanta. Tho city is not as largo as Louis ville, yet it has tho appearance of a New York in tho South. Al ready there aro several The speeches wo Wo attended tho Good Roads Convention. Three things heard wore the same as we havo heard horc at homo. arc escntial for good roads a leader, money and efficient road men. Conventions tell men what thev know to do and fail to do and that which is possible for every county to accomplish. In tho armory wcro many exhibits of good roads machinery mado in several states. Tho stato that appealed to our intorcst most was South Carolina. This stato knows every inook and corner within its boundaries. There . I! i. lr is a map tnat snows wnero every successiui iunucr uvea, giving nis Huilding good roads has long been advocated by name and address. Tho Breckenridgo News- - it's a work that goes slowly, mile by milo, and not much can bo accomplished until every farmer gets the eood roads spirit. We loft homo Tuesday and got back Friday night, going out on tho branch to Glen Dean Saturday. Just in time to moot our pay roll for Monday. This trip mado us appreciate tho railroads more and moro, It is a great thing to see how men will put their time, labor and money through miles of mountains. Seeing tho work of tho railroads, the difiicultirs they overcome, is sufficient to inspire tho building of good roads'around our own homes and towns. Judge Dowcll has just completed some excellent work nt tho East end of tho Clovorport and Hardinsburg piko. Next year ho is going to begin at the Cloverport end and if tho farmers along tho road will help him like they aro doing at Hardinsburg ho will Wo have a pike clear through that will be tho prido of tho county. are glad to see Judge Dowcll taking tho interest ho is in the improvement of the roads. Down in Atlanta they nrc boosters for Atlanta and for Georgia. They pull and work together. Let's get a little of that spirit in Breckenridgo county. ITATrv" TURKEY AND MAM" MAC A THE "PRUDENT MM, r Mi ACCOUl if hi iTn nm BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY BOY SUCCESSFUL IN NEW YORK POLITICS. Jamns A. Allen, candidato for Justice of tho City Court of Now York, on the Independence League and Democratic ticket was elected thousand, four November tho third. His plurality was hundred and twonty-scveAllon is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A. S. Allen, of Chenault. Winning this election is glad news to his friends, who arc indeed proud of his political attainments in the second largest city in tho world. "Mr. Allen has been engaged in the general practice of the lnw in New York for the Inst sixteen years; ho has taken an active intorcst in public affairs ever since he went East and hns been an earnest ad vocate of measures making for real and substantial political and economic reform. We congratulate Mr. Allen, not so much on his victory, but for his work in the years gone by. Wo need moro young men, who are years to work in public willing to begin at the ago of twenty-seveaffairs in the government of our towns, cities and states and :n our nation. There is no money in politics, nnd the man, who goes into it for money, will bo sadly disappointed. Ho should go into it seeking a good, honest living and for sincere service to those who need him. Glad arc we to hear of James A. Allen. May his success and political career bo a stimulant to his friends rings back homo and to tho?o right around him in Now York. We can imagine how happy must have been his mother and father, when they received the good news of his election. fifty-nin- e n. The one and only way to get a fat bank account is to START one and continually FEED it. It is easy to spend money when you have it in your pocket. Mon- .... f.-- ey once foolishly spent is gone forever. When a man works hard for his money HE and HIS family are the ones who are entitled to it. Who gets the money YOU earn with your work or in your business? Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. n THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. V News Want Ads. are Little Winners OUR TREES AND BIRDS. Wc have a beautiful book on our desk today cut out from tho Department of Education at Frankfort. To look through its con tent makes one anxious to get acquainted with the trees and birds of our State. How to observe and celebrate Arbor Day at home, in the school and in the city is attractively given witli appropriate programs. The compiler of this little book is anxious that it will increase our appreciation and love for trees. Tho teacher, who takes hold of it, will find it very useful in teaching the ckildrcn how to plant, protect and care for trees. If each teacher of a rural school could plant twenty trees in his district onco n year, it would mean 150,000 trees each year. It is too late to observe Arbor Da', but not too lato to plant a tree. The book tells us more than wc ever dreamed of birds. It gives a list of 1S5 birds and this is onlv of the different kinds of birds in our State. Those of us, who believe wo will have good luck when we see a red bird, nnd happine.-- s when a blue bird Hies over our path, arc surprised to learn of tho numerous species found here at one season or another. I low and Why Hirds Travel, How Birds Protect the Trees are the subjects treated. Wc should like to know why millions of martins Hocked to the trees in Clovcrport last month. They crowded the trees early every morning and people, could not sleep for their chat-to- r and turmoil. The Hrcekpnridgo News i very grateful to Mr. Harksdale Ilaui-lettState Superintendent of Public Instruction, for this book, which was compiled by Mrs. V. O. Gilbert. Its contents, including tho musical selections, will be very helpful nnd inspiring to those who want to learn and teach more about trees and birds. -two-thirds e, KEEPING TRADE AT HOME. The only way our homo merchants will bo able to keep trado at Many home merchants never spend a homo is by advertising. Tho mail order penny to let people know they want their trade. iiottses spend thousands of dollars for advertising, and get the trade. Forty years ho Ask Mr. Hubbnire about your printing matter. has studied the printer's trade and knows perfectly the quality, the cost and the art of printing. New York, Chicago, Atlanta, these aro tho three big cities of tho country, is tho way tho Atlanta boosters put it. Ono Candler, the cocola mar, is putting up $3,000,000 to loan the cotton planters on their cotton on a basis of (5 cents a pound nnd freo storage. Tho twelve Federal reserve banks got into working order last Monday. It is thought now that theso banks will help tho financial strain caused by tho war and that business will improve and give us the much needed prosperity. Col. Ben .Johnson curried tho Fourth Congressional District by a majority of 5,72!) over W. S. Ball. frame dvcllinr with all modern improvements on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality und at u Imrguin. Part cash, balunco on easy payments. Also ono cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also bo sold on eusy terms. two-story 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 The Citizens' Loose Leaf Go. Tobacco Warehouse Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky LIKE FINDING A DOLLAR. Lust Monday a check for one dollar narrowly our waste basket. It accompanied a notice from the Kentucky Game and Fih Commission. So often we get long white envelopes that contain long typewritten paragraphs for lice publication, that we have little curiosity to open them. And it was merely an accident that wo received this dollar from the Commission. Wo congratulate the Kentucky Game and Fish Commission for this method they have taken to create a strong public sentiment for nn enforcement of the game and lish laws. "Tho State press has been very generous to us in our work and wo aro indeed grateful for their writes the executive agent. Now that this commission 1ms got on its feet, it shows its gratitude to tho press in a substantial way by paying for the Game Law Notice. The ditlcrent commissions waste so much time, postage, stationery and writing in sending out literature that is impossible for tho country weeklies to print. Wo wish they would salt it down, send out a little notice at a time, what they can all'oid to pay for and they will lind it will certainly bo published. It will not lie on tho desk for days and days. We hope that other commissions, organizations, leagues, and oumpaigncs will follow tho pen of the Kentucky Game and Fish Commission mid pay for notices they need to bestir publio sentiment. Tho nowspupois will never bo able to sorvo tho public elliciently until people realize that running a newspaper is an expensive business. Will be Ready for Your Tobacco Monday, Nov. lf 23, 1914 do- - Subscribe for The Breckenridge News m I We have the very thiug tho Tobacco Growers havo been munding. A Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse that ovory J Saves you about One-haof tho Expense of Selling on Louisville Breaks. Gives vou a Fair, Square Deal, at Homo where you can SEE HOW IT'S DONE. You can make as many grades as you wish; it is placed in baskets and sold by itsolf regardless of tho numbor of pounds. NO CHARGE FOR STORAGE OR REJECTIONS nnd only 20o por hundred to move it out. Wo prize and ship for you at actual cost of hogshead and labor; charges: 20c per hundred pounds and 3 per cent commission when sold. A good, live line of buyers representing Liggett & Moyors, St. Louis, Mo.; National Tobacco Co., Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati Tobacco Works, Cincinnati, O.; Theodore Kirk, a A. G. Reiglor, L. T. Preston and S. E. Rico Tobacco Co., f representing independent tobacco manufacturers. BRING US YOUR TOBACCO. WE WILL SATISFY YOU BY SHAWING YOU WHAT WE DO. Old-Ti- me The System 256 e 8 Roots and Herbs will cure vou when all other medicine has failed. We handle 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 that never fails to give quick relief and a permanent cure if directions are followed. We prepare our own remedies and are ready, at any time to serve you. Call on us or write and we will give you every attention. Our Medicines aro 50 cents per Package. 9 1 ROIL MILK llhFOHE USE. If you care anything for tho houlth of your family, it behooves you to boil tho milk during the provalanco of cattle diseases in Kentucky. The font and mouth dboaso which broke out among tho cattle of some of tho counties of our Siato lust week, is convoyed to tho human being principally through tho use. of butter, milk and cheese. It can bo prevented by boiling all tho milk. Tho milk should bo just brought to u boil and then removed immediately unci cooled, and kept iu tun couditiou until rcudy for use. This method is ulwuys Mfe. As a rule people are so careless about keeping milk and butter We will have the First Sale about Dec 1st. Will Advise Later For furthor.inforniution write to GREENWELL & WET1IINGT0N. W. E. CRUTCHER, Secretary Box 161, Clovorport, Kentucky. mm Citizens' Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Go. Vine Grove,1 Ky. ADVERTISE NOW 1914 NOVEMBER 1914 S IMIT IWIT IF IS" Pl617pi9ii?j I29I50I K6 8 9 IQpiZISp 1231456T7 BERRY & MORRISON CZ i 1 rrr IS, 1914 KJ Breckenridge News I0V. WEDNESDAY, Entered at the Post Offllco at Olorerpott, as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 3.80 For Precinct nd clt Offices $6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line ...... 10 For Cards. Der line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression lb of individual views oer line Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective October 18, will leave CIoverport. Arriving Ixmtsvlflo No. U7 will leave Cloverport . Arriving Owensboro Arrlvlne Henderson No. 142 1914. . Oils A. ..7:59 A. J ... 0:00 A. M M 12:10 :?0 A. M r. M Pecsonal Paragraphs About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In cluded. Advcrtlicr plrn notify thn editor dy'a farm, near Basin Springs, arc MO Niitb yon want advertisement rilcontlnuel. wlicn chickens, 80 turkeys, 50 head of hogs, Notice acres Hurley tobacco, IS head steers, of KnrrnltiK Iniplti- shredded nearly 2,000 bushels of corn. fLOMNO out our stork uikn cure' or imy tni'nts r lemi! will ktnd of stock He sold $600 worth of cattle In Septem-ber- , son, Addison, In payment. Mrs. U II AUUl-St ICy . vegear.d has plenty of fruit and tables to take him through the winter. For Sale Barred Plymouth Rocks This is what wc call a good showing rnll SA r.l'llnrrril IMvtmmtll IlOCk4 FX' I Four Suits Cleaned and fori clufttyelv. A nlre lot of cockerel for a young farmer. W. VI. 4lo clien.i. Kirk Poultry Pressed for $1.00 per iirnwn. I'miirii'Lor. it. e. if. iiu. I. iinruiiii- - I John H. M. Boyd, the expert alfalfa hurt. Ky. t month per member. grower of Columbus, Ohio, was at Irv- He says wc have inaton Monday. splendid land for growing alfalfa if it Let Me Have Your is properly limed, fertilized and cultl who have vated. He says we have the best lime Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham, Thanksgiving Orders been spending the summer nnd fall in in the world for growing alfalfa. home. Louisville, have returned Postmaster John O'Reilly, of Har Early Misses Ada Polk and Manonia Pleas dinsburg, made a business trip to Ow week-enensboro Monday. ant, of Tobinsport, spent the with Misses Bernice and Lela Tucker. W E. Mercer, a Polled Durham Kingsbury's New Line of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood and breeder of Wayne county, was down at Miss Ruby Wood, will the Planters Hall Stock Parm, Glen little daughter, Frcsli Candies go to Hopklnsville Thursday for a two Dean, Monday and bought an old bull for $180. Mr. Mercer says W. weeks' stay. Celery Send your marriage and social an R. Moorman & Son are the only breed Oysters nouncements to us Published witnout crs of thoroughbred Polled Durhams he knows of in Kentucky Jello charge and written in the best style Breckenridge News. We don't know how well off wc are llnidins Mrs. J. L. Jordan, of Tell City, was here In Kentucky and Breckenridge Saturday. county as compared with parts of Ten Many other now tilings coming the guest of Mrs. Frank Hall in every dny Mrs. Jordan will spend some time with nessee and Georela. We rode last week from Knoxvllle, Tenn., to At relatives near Hardinsburg. Ga., and along that road we Extra size house dresses made of lanta, see half dozen cattle, sheep or A Clean Grocery My Motto didn't good quality percale and Bingham, hogs. No grass or clover fields o come In neat check and striped elTects. fields just coal and cotton an Price this week only 7 cents. Mrs. corn Allen M. Kingsbury, Hut one biack and barren fields. Cordrey. thing we did sec and that, was good Cloverport, Ky. Jas. Chopin and A. L. Howard visited roads, running every where. the News office Saturday and had 5 Breckenridge county had a system sale bills printed. Mr. Cliapin nnd fam pood roads, she would be the banner ily expect to leave soon for Sylvia, Kan., county of the State. She has every to make their home. thing that man could wish, climate FOR SALE Fresh beef and pork. Black's Meat soil and water and the best people on Good stock farm, 135 acres on Tar Market. earth, but f have come back from this Fork creek ill Breckenridge county Has ttliznbeth Younir Skillmaii, of trip with the overwhelming conviction 6 miles south of Cloverport. two dwelllnir houses, barn and Morganfield, is the guest of Mrs. Geo that the one thing needed in our county (." acres rich bottom land. stable. She lias been is good toads Crosby in Evausville. Hill land cood. but a little rough. extensively entertained and a number of Tar Fork creek runs for ' mile Price $2,500. along east boundary. social affairs have been planned for her this week. Cloverport, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher, of Rock. vule, this week. Spofford Payne, son of Mr. and Mr. Franklin Payne, has typhoid fever. Some of the Items on "Ginger" Han- - i Wa,rvt s. I I This week we are showing a brand new lot of Ladies' Misses and Junior Coats Prices from $5.00 to $10.00 A choice Selection DRY CLEANERS r Come and get yours today while assortment is good. d Made in the United States Be loyal come to us KY. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, A splendid line of ladies' Petticoats from 25c to $1.98 Our GIFT Suggestion CYour Photograph remembrance to your friends and relatives will give more real pleasure to them and less trouble and expense to you than a more costly gift they cannot use. as a gift HILL ITEMS N. B. CHAMBERS Train Notes. II. Pile, of Custer, was in Loui vide last week aud sold 17 hhds. of old hurley tobacco at $1.30 to $11.50. li. C. Stnllman nnd C. L. Manning. of Chenault, were in Louisville buying goods and selling npples. W. H. Beauchamp, of Mystic, spent Sunday in Cannelton. Mr. and Mis. J. M. Gregory are in Louisville this week visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ben Miller. Mrs. Joe Fitch went to Lodiburg .. Friday. C. Wheeler, of Hardin Grovo, Ind., went to Louisville Thursday to see his daughter, Mrs. Dan Duncan. C. W. Butler, of Ohio county, died October 25, at the age of 84. Thos. E. Butler and I. T. F. Owen G. Cumb. Phono. man should never be ashamed to own tnat ne lias Deen in uiu wiuuk, h is but sa) ing in other words that lie is wiser today than he was yesterday. Odd Fellows Bldg. Ky- - Owensboro, s John Hall has returned from Illinois, The Friday Club will lie entertained by Miss Mildred Babbage. C. C. Powers, of Addison, visited The Breckenridge News office Saturday. Blaine, of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stephensport, were in town Saturday. Miss Maud Jennings, of Hites Uun, is the guest of relatives and friends here, The Wednesday Club will be enter , tained at the home of Miss Lula Severs Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weitherholt, Jr, of Indianapolis, are the guests of rela tlves. The Ladies' Reading Club will be entertained at.the home of Mrs. K, Oelze. Dr. JeSSC BaUCLUH Country sausage, Black's Meat Market. como quid Mrs. Wave Roberts and little son, J. W. Roberts, are visiting relatives in Owensboro. Mrs. Fred Ferry, of Louisville, attended the Ladies' Reading Club at The Castle Thursday. Mrs. Ann Jarboe and sister, Miss Florence Weatherholt, are in Louisville visiting relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Vance, of Owensboro, are guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Roberts. Silk underskirts; good quality; deep sectional flounce; a splendid value at $1.50. Mrs. Cordrey. Children's school dresses in gingham and percale; neatly made; all sizes aud prices Mrs. Cordrey. Mission Study Class of the Epworth League will meet at the home of Mrs W. C. Frank Friday night. Mrs. Ed McAfee has returned to her home at Irvington, after a pleasant visit here with Mrs. Henry Yeager. FOR A- OR A "Sweetheart" Sweet Tooth Of course you will get some of our dtllclous canoy for your sweetheart or wife Just as often as you think of it and it will appeal to your personal taste. Bonbons, Butter Daisies, Fudge, Chocolates in Bulk, Mints, Cocoa-nu- t, Fruit Tablets, Moonshine Flakes, Etc., Etc. Also the Famous Dolly Varden Chocolates in boxes. Wedding's Drug Store, "The PtMtar 5 tort" CLOVERPORT, KY. RESIDENT Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Shrewsbury, of McQuady, after spending two or three Phone 113-3- R days visiting relatives, returned to PHONE No. Cloverport, Ky. Tuesday. OflH-- Opposite Orlze's DruK Sturo their home last Mike Burk made a Hying visit last Ine talk on her long useful and beautiweek to see his brother, John, and fam-ilGARFIELD NEWS ful Christian life, extending over forty also to meet Jim Burk, of Rich years of faithful Christian service. Law and Collecting Agency mond, who was home on a visit. She had been president of her MissionMoorman, who has made J. Hiram ITEMS ary Society for a number of years, and his home on the hill for so long, has will be sorrily missed in her work in It. SALE. moved down town into the English COMMISSIONER'S Three Missionary Societies followed her house. 9th Sad Day For (romalns to the cemetery her own, the November Arthur Daugherty, of the governBreckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Freedom society ot ine uumuenanu Garfield Littte Mildred Gard- PrcsbUerlan church and the Baptist ment works, who spent a day or two Lucy Hardin, &c, Plaintiff 1 Equity with his family, has returned. No. Ai?aiust Mr. Harry Ken Society of Garlleld. iV.rs. Kennedy , iner were in Louisville Inst week. Ac, Plaintiff J 3628 lames Coombs, who is working fcr Marion leaves a husband, mother, two brothpaid Phelps & Co. an old claim Butler ltv virtureof a Itiriuement and Order of moved to Henderson last neny Passes Away. ers. Messrs. Taylor Dowell, of Irving 7()0 due them from his father, who the railroad, nf Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, ren week. He was accompanied by Ills dered at October Term thereof, 10,1.1, ill ton, and Toinmie Dowell, of Louisville died recently. His father failed in the brother-in-laBled Wardrip. and fami the above cause, for the sa e of the herein and threo sisters, Mosdames Robert 2S yjars ago and was MANY PERSONAL NOTES. tobacco business ly, who have also none there to make after described real estate, and all costs Bell and Sim l'ayne, of Irvington, and Indebted to Phelps & Co. in the above heiciu, I shall proceed to offer for sale their home. Mrs. D. II. Smith, of Garfield She (iourt House door in Hardinsburg, sum. at the Erica r Compton, who has been in will be sadly missed In har home, tier Peyton Scott moved on the hill Wed to the hiiihest bidder, nt Public Auction Tne Hon. P.. W. Owen is seriously ill nesday home, just va on Monday the 23rd day ol November, 1914, the employ of the railroad company, church and the community. into their twn Owensboro with typhoid at his home in atone o'clock n. in., or thereabout I iieiue. with a run frctu St. Louis to Nasli-vtllcated by Hiram Moorman. Comitv Court U.ivl. UDon u credit of fever. Is home on a visit to his par months, the fol Mrs. John Kella, of Addison, came Twelic and Twenty-fou- r ON Mrs. Theodore Mattingly and four down last S.iturday to .ye her mother, owinir described properly, A ents. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Compton, THE CRITICAL CONTEST certain tiact or parcel of land situate, ly at Raymond, and came hero Friday children, Harold, Celestln, Cyri and Mrs. Julia Wood. Germans Makina Every Effort to Force ing and being in tlie county ot tirecKiu for a visit to relatives and frionds, Mary Hazel, of Kirk, ara visiting her Miss Lula Brickey, from the country ridire and state of Kentucky on the wa the Yprcs. Cough, of Phllpot, this father, J. R. was in town last week the guest of ters of Honey Locust Creek, a branch of Mrs. Truman Tabor, who lias been hemliuarter3 Berlin, Nov. 1(1. week. Tarfork.of Clover Creek aud bounded in Louisville some tune for medical the Misses Mary and Mina Perkius. has Issued a statement saying that as follows: lleiiiuiiiuu at a .stake corner Herbert Haddock, Forest Clayeomb unimproved. only a slight progres was mailo by tho Mrs. Eliza Mattingly, after a pleas of the land heretofore laid off for John treatment, is home and A. L. Kendall, of Webster, sefnmlly II McGavoek, thence with his lute N. Mrs H. B Moorman was up from Oorman right win? In llelsliim Localise the county ant visit to her son, Frnize, and cured hunter's license at 87 W. 68 poles to a stake nnd Spanish of mtftivorublo wcithi'r. and that tho iu Owensboro, is at home again. oak, thence with .the same X. 41 W. 232 Harncd Wednesday to see Miss Mary (Jorman forea3 In the Arsonno shelled seat last week. Me Miss Bessie Shrewsbury, of poles to three white oaks, John's, corner Ann Hamed, who Is very sick. and captured a struns French position. Squire S. D. Cox nnd Mrs. Cox and 9 poies iu visiting her sister, Mrs Bur ot tne bpearns tract, inence Mrs, Ella Mattingly spent Sa urdy daughter, Evelyu, of Sample, were vis- Qrnuly, is to a stake, tuence east 220 poies passing Paris. Nov. 10. Tho Germans woro a hickory aud sugar tree corner at the and Sunday with her son, Earl Mat iting Mrs. Zack Cox at Ekron last deu. driven Sunday from the only position Mrs. David Allen have lirancli, same couro continuing 111 an tingly at Custer. Mr. and week. poles to a stake in Murray's line they held on the lift bank or tho Rlvor named the little daughter, who arrived Mrs. J 0 Harrison and daughter, Littlo Miss Ida Pulliam, of Louis thence south 12S poles to the cliff con losing a foothold they had gain ut their home Monday night, Novembtr tinue iu all 148 poles to the center of the Carra Francis, was iu Louisville Yprcs, ville, is having a delightful time vised nt great cost. The only Important creek t Hence up tlie creek wan lis uie Monday and Tuesday shopping. iting hor little friend, Miss Lorena 2, Alice Luclle. battles nuywhoro on tho wido front niulers to t ue original line ot sam .uc Messrs. Jat. and Tom Gray were between tho North sea and Alsaco yes- Penick, at Irvington. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gavoek tract thence witli a line of the torriav took place In the small area or Miss Ada Robinson, of Mattoon, III., Kell are congratulating thm on the same, bouth 6 poles to tlie beginning called to the bedside of their motlier, In Belgium, whuro tho Gervisiting her parents, Mr. arrival of the sixth daughter in their coutainiiii; bv estimation .too acres, be Mrs. Ephrlatn Gray, of Custer, who conlllctappear to ho risking their wholo who has been is the same mans home Tuesday, November 10, Jaiie the same more or less, nnd McGavoek by Is seriously ill. and Mrs. R. P. Smiley, of Mook, relaud conveyed to John II. campaign In tho west by tho offort to Kell is name, for her aunt, Miss Jane Frances K. McGavoek and wife, bj died Miss Maud Mattingly Is visiting her tear a hole In tho nlllod lino tliat turned home Monday. Harableton. dated Jan 2i. 18S8 and recorded ill the sistor, Mri. H. F. Triplett at Hewle.v-vlllwoulo lot thein through to tho French Mrs. Austin LeGrand and little son, Breckinridge County Court Clerk's office, coast. visiting her Charlie, of Garfield, were in deed book,"'." at page 317. Rulinci Passion. Thoy not only foiled to koop a grip to John C. S. Board was In Louisville a part lands daughter, Mrs. Tom Thomas, of Irvhn. there's II.Also certaiii bv G. conveyed on part of the left bank of tho Y.or, Lawyer's Wire (2 n. C. McGavoek, ex of last week selling tobacco. McGavoek Sunday. ington, Saturday and Lnwer-Ar- .lr lnii thnv lost hctivilv in attemntinx to n burglar downstairs. ecutor of Robert McGavoek, by deed won't dateil Octobers. i83t. and recorded 111 Little Nellie Gardiner, who has been storm tho allied line holding the wood Mrs. G. L. Bandy and little daughtor, tilm If bo'B got $20 with him said Clerk's office in deed I'ook No. 38 at very sick, is thought to be improving. ed rpglon of Ypros. lUtre the British Miss Nell Moorman and Mrs. Nancy tmtlu.r with him for l'ge 393. the metes a: d bounds of which Tlio death anuoi visited the home of and tho Fronch touch R.iouldern In deBandy, of 'Basin Springs, are visiting News. are not given. fending tho cornerstone of their northThe purchaser, with approved surety Mr. and Mrs. Will Gardiner November finest, or securities, must execute bond, bearing 1', and took frnin their loving embrace ern lino, and here nuurri, havo been troops, tho Prussian legal interest from the day of sale until their tabj Mildred. She was two paid, and having the force and effect of years old and had been sick onlv a feu- driven furiously iwulnst them duy after day. Replevin Ixmds. Lien retained tosectue payment of purchase money. Bidders days. Ir.tenneut at Garlleld. promptly will be ptepared to comply November ! was indeed a sad da) In Chance to Make Friends For Uc witli these terms. our little village. Death visited two The suggestion has been made that LEE WALLS, Commissioner homes hero and on November 10 there tlie women who uro working for tho CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy were two funtrals Iu the Garlleld cem sufferers mid soldiers In Europe atLIVERY STABLE OFFICE TRENT & WALLS gift thoy send a small tach to i'iu-etery almost at the same timo. tnpo bag tienrlug tho words MA gift The Reason. (nee Miss Mrs. Harry Kennedy iiihii (l.'liii: from America." "WllUt srv ill' DISKASK3. Laura Dowell). who had been sick a Every one making u garment for TO Tit K AT ALL' ANIMAL PKEPAUBD herei" asked the v1ltoi to thn ):itl passed into the those Iu need ts actuated by a kind year with tuberculosis, uiu "Most of them." iituwered III SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CALLS AT ALL HOURS. Ing olllflnl. "are doing time tut Uuinu great beyoud Tuesday at 8 o clock p thought, the sponsors of this Idea say, otbers."-Bi'htm- ge. mid conversely every recipient must m. and was buried at 3 p. m., Novem ber 10. Rev. C. L. Brulngton, the tm vp u feeling of gratitude toward the V. M. D. DR. R. P. Hope, like the glimmering taper' pastor, and Rev. G. N. CundllT, former unknowu donor. The plan, tbey outk KENTUCKY HARDINSBURG, llfht, adores and cheer the way. natter hire, conducted thn funeral U a splendid opportunity to ' - frleuds for America. UoldCBilU. ttrvlcei in a very beautiful and touch- yjji hu m Ihirdinsburg, Saturday, November 28 Dentist 2-- R V. G. BABBAGE LETTEUi I McG.-nock- DiesMrs. e. m.i-Jo- 1 less.-Chic- ngo Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon - tlK-s- e KUNNECK, A WARNING TO MANY LIFE IN VERA CRUZ, MEXICO HyJnmes W. Dell. Some Interesting Facts About Kidney Trouble. Continued from Latt Week. I had expected to sco a liirjro ncero population but hero there are very few negroes. I have spent many hours walking about the market, for thcro one can sea the people and the products of tho country, and at tho sumo timo I was surprised to find fruito and vegetables from our own clime, such as apples, pears and poaches in tho waj of fruits, and 1 think oil the garden vegetables that grow in the States. But the fruits are small and faulty except tho pears which are very largo, tho others show a lack of cultivation. Tho tropical fruits are of tho very best. Thcro is a variety of red bananas which aro so largo that one is all that ono cares to eat; they aro also very rich. I have tackled some fruit that was new to mo, and I havo found a drink that smells worse than Limburgcr checso. It tastes the same to mo as it smells. It is the favorite drink of tho lower class of Mexicans and is called Pulquo and is made from tho fermented juice of the Century plant which is a species of cactus, tho same distilled is called Mescal. Now then hero is some food for thought. I havo seen more drunkenness among these, people than any other tropical race, and strango to say, that tho worst drunkards aro the women. I wilj not say that I havo seep more drunken women than men, but I httVO SGCii s6 hiany that it seems to be that way, and the' make more of a show of themselves than men. You remember the old English saving, "Our army swore terribly in Flanders." Our army did not swear in Vera Cruz, but they did drink. Just look ut this, the city has 45,000 or 50,000 people, and I don't know how many saloons there arc, but there are fully 500, and there is all kinds of strance drinks such as mescal, cognac, gin and rum that can be had for 20 to 40 cents per quart. Now let us again return to the people for a moment. I always thought that the Mexicans (and you the same I guess) were the very pictures of cowardice, but since the occupation of Vera Cruz by our troops nearly six months ago, there with all this drinking I have told you about, there has been only one American murdered, and ho was killed by his sweetheart. He was a United States Marine. It docs not look like they were very murderous. Let me tell you about the castle of San Juan do Ullca when the United States troops took the city. This old castle was in use as u prison. About ten days ago I joined a party of about fifteen that were to explore the place and wc were tortunatc enough to have the Chaplin of the 2Sth Infantry with us. He had been through the place before and wc saw more than if wc had went through bv ourselves. The castle is built on a icef about S00 vards from the shore and it looks large from a distance, hut one can have no idea of the immense size of it without going through it. It must be about 00 yard- - long by 150 wide. It would take too long to describe it and I will not try. I know you have in your mind a picture of what a medieval castle should look like. 1 know you have if you have ever read Ivanhoe or Scottish Chiefs, and it looks us you think it would look. Someday when I see you I can tell you more about the place than I can tell you in this letter. I can't tell you very much about the place or the country as I have seen but little of it. To one approaching tho place that it is situated in a basin surrounded by sand it can be hills with here and there a cocoanut grove, but most of the hills are perfectly bare. I drew up an idea of my own that these bare hills extended into the interior 15 or 20 miles, but a few days ago I boarded a train and rode as far out as wo are permitted, that is about 14 or 15 miles to El Tujor, where the citv water works are located. A few moments after leaving the city I found that wc were in a beautiful valley which at lir.-- t seemed rather wet and swampy but that soon gave way, to some splendid truck gatdens which arc cultivated by Chinese. The guldens soon gave way to open country dotted hero and there by single palms, and I also saw a few single herds of fine cattle. Yesterda 1 had a long talk with a correspondent, but as this gentleman wa being deported by the Mexican Government, I took what he said with several grains of salt. Now a to the situation here, you all know more about tho situation here in Mexico than we do in Vera Cruz. The only news except paper- - from the States which of course are old - the Mexican Herald published in Mexico when wc get them City in both English and Spanish, but I doubt if it dares to publish the truth. The people here seem to be very well contented with us. In fact some of them told mo they would bo sorry to see u go. Hut while they treat us with perfect civility, I fancy that down deep in their hearts they despise us. And why not? Did not our Navy kill 200 or more of their people in taking the city, and havo wo not quartered troops in and closed their public buildings, stopped their their gambling joints' Whilo our rule has been paternal and kind, it is bound to bo regarded as a yoke. Wo aro under orders to leavo here, and may as soon as this letter. I personally don't think wo will leave for four or live months and it may bo four or live years. There is much more I would like to tell you but I can not in this letter. Sonic day I expect to see you and wo will have many talks about Mexico. In conclusion I will tell you frankly that in tho event of war with these people wo will reap anything but glory. Most of our people underestimate these people as fighters 1 think, and it. will not bo a picnic as some people think it. will. Tho poorer cla-- s certainly have my sympathy. They may bo cruel and ignorant hut they remember who their tutors were. It may be necessary for us to intervene, but I will novel boat of my part in it, nor will I feel tho least bit proud of it. If our stay hero is prolonged and wo get into the interior I wi write Yours sincerely, you again on the same lines. JAMES W. DELL. ibull-fightin- g Few people realize to what extent their health depends upon the condi tlon of the kidneys. The physician in nearly atl cases of serious Illness, makes a chemical an alysls of the patient's urine. He knows that unless the kidneys are do ing their work properly, hi organs cannot readily be brought back to health and strength. When the kidneys are neglected or abused in any way, serious results are fure to follow. According to health statistics, Bright's disease which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten thousand deaths in 1013, in the state of New York alone. Therefore, it behooves us to pay more attention to the health of these most important organs. An ideal herbal compound that has had remarkable success as a kidney remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. The mild and healing influence of this preparation, in most cases, is soon realized, according to sworn statements and verified testimony of those who have used the remedy, If you feel that your kidneys require attention, and wish a sample bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y. .Mention this paper, en close ten cents and they will gladly forward it to you by Parcel Post. Swamp-Roo- t is sold by every drug gist in bottles of two sizes 50c and 61.00. FOR SALE! 50Light Electric Generator! We are using the City Light and offer our Generator and accessories for sale at a bargain. This generator is in first-clas- s condition, and is just the thing for an 1 1 I 1 visiting Mrs, John Compton and Miss Parthena Compton. Mr. and Mrs. James Drury, of Brand enburg, visited C. II. Drury recently. Phelps Walker is teaching a splendid school here, and the parents, who are not sending their children, are making a great mistake. Quite a number of friends were en tertained at the hospitable home of Mr, 11. S. Wilson and wife November 12. An old fashioned, splendid country dinner, with plenty of backbone, sausage and ham; all sorts of vegetables, jellies, cakes and fruits, in fact every thing that goes to make a good dinner, was served. We don't care how soon they invite us again, f hose present were Jlr. ana .Mrs. T. J. Wade and Paul Wilson, of Irving-toMr. and Mrs. C I). Hardaway, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hlanford, Mr. and Mrs. T. Stith, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. l'oote, Mrs. Kose Carter, Mr. Chas. Drury, Mr. Chas. Wilson and wife and Grover Keith. protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church Sunday, November 15. The Rev. Chick, of Brandenburg, will assist in the meeting. n, i 1 individual light plant in a place where there is no electric plant. A gasoline engine will run it satisfactorily. 4-horse-- The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Kentucky Cumberland Telephone No. 46. TRAVEL ON THE MAGNIFICENT L. ' C TAUL Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for disease. For pure blood and sound digestion Bur dock Blood Bitters. At all drug stores Price ?1 00. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Solid Through Electric Lighted Train to Jacksonville over ahe Insurance'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. Observation Sleeping Car and Coaches Keep In Touch With Kentuck. Ind., were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connor last week. Mrs, R. A. Smith has returned home from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Lenon. of Hnrdinsburg. Harry Kemp has accepted a position as clerk at Mrs. M. A. McCubins'. Warren Dieckman has purchased a lot from Mrs. America Bell, opposite the Baptist church, and will build a residence in the near future. Mrs. Mbry Jane Crosson has returned to Union Star after visiting her nephew, A. B. Cashman. The children's exercises at the Meth-idichurch Sunday morning was Kood. Rev. Smith, secretary of the n league, delivered a How To Give Quinine To Children. State FnnFUUNR U the name given to an iplendld address in favor of stamping improved Quinine. It ia a Tantelesi Syrup, pleav. out alcoholic beaverage. ant to take and does not disturb the Homach. anti-salootrade-mnri- c Dear Mr. Habbage: You will find enclosed 61,00 for the renewal of the News. My neglect has caused me to ose two copies and I missed them so much. I had the pleasure of entertaining real Kentucky people last week, Mrs. Lucy M. Hughes and daughter, from Seattle, Wash., and we did enjoy it. We don't realize how well we love our old Kentucky home and its people I love the until we are so far away. West and it will always be my home, but there is n love for my old home hat can never be blotted out. I want to keep in touch with it, and the way to do it, is to keep up my subscription to The Breckenridge News. Yours respectfully, MRS. FRANK LYONS, 3IO3 S. Asotnie St., Tocoma, Wash. Drawing lioora Sleeping C.irs from Cincinnati and Louisville Long limit Winter Tourist Tickets on tale daily. Short limit Homeseeker's Tickets on sale first and third Tuesday in each month. Write lor further particulars or illustrated folders of Florida or tho beautiful Gulf Cost resorts R. D. PUSEY, General Passenger Agent, LOUISVILLE, KY. Insurance. Old Reliable Honor Roll Cloverport Public School. Second Month Seniors Willie W. Scaton. Sophomores Mary Tilford Pate acd Forrest D. Weotherholt. Eighth Grade Mabel Wheatley and Lillian Buckby. Seventh Grade Gladys Hemphill and Marian Allen. Six Grade Viola Greenwell, Jessie Hall, Eva Jolly and Vera Moorman. Fifth Grade Mary Keil, Carrie Ball- man, Mabel Beavin, Lilea Campbell and Ro.scoe Kinder. Fourth Grade Christina Keil, Des- sie Brown, Pearl Boyd, Nannie Hall, Annie M. Tatum, Golda Tabellng, James Buckby, Charles Bohler acd Yewell Kobinson. Companies Do it Now Subscribe Today c30iDllololloircznoi Walls & Tretrf Livery, Feed and st Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. ICTOPlfolfolfollcjoErSI Children take it and never know It Is Quinine. Alio especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor cause nervousness norrineine in the head. Try it the next time you need Qmnlue lor any purpose. Ask (or 2 ounce original p.ickaee. The uaiuc 1'WIKIU.NIJ is blow u in bottle. 23 cents. For regular action of the bowels; easy, natural movements, relief of con stipation, try Doan's Regulets. all stores. A 25c at T. K. A. Gardner, of Summcrfield, Fla., is the guckt of his brother, N. G. Bar bee. John H. Barbee 1ms accepted a position a3 clerk in a general store in Dongola, III. Mrs. IUlcioft and son, of Branden burg, attended the funeral of Mr. R.D. "BLACK HAND" OUTRAGE Deadly Explosion. Pennsylvania Mining Village Scene of Latrobe, Pa., special: Four persons wore killed and seven Injured and two stores mid llvo residences wero burned at Superior, a mining vlllago near horo, as a result of a black hand outrage. Noah Kannza, a merchant, says a few months ago ho had troublo with another Italian, resulting In u lawsuit Hamilton last Sunday. At that time. Kaa-az- a won by Kanaza. N. (5. Barbee has returned from says, the other threatened revongo Dongola, III., where he has been visit and intimated that tho black hand soJng teUtives, and left yesterday for ciety would tako up tho case. At i o'clock Sunday morning two exploSummeifield, Fla. sions wrecked Kniuiza's store bulldlnjr. .Miss uewetse, ot Koine, mil,, was In which ho had living apartments. the guest of her uunt. Mrs. Dr. B. H. Important. Parrlsh, last week. Dr. R. I. Stephenson, of Magnet, Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Ind., has moved In Mrs. E. A. Blaine's Tablets no, only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen house. Mr. and Mrs, II, T. Carr, of Alton, the digestion. For sale by all dealers. Third Grade Robert Oelze, M. D. Seatou and Catherine Brown. Second Grade Carrie Mae Jackson, Albert Cockerill, Gladis Bohler, Virgin ia AdauiA, Annabelle Gregory, Margaret Gregory, Melba Sifford and Arad Scott. First Grade Mildred Morrison, Dell Keil, Bessie Kinder, Katie Kinder, David Conrad, Hugh B. Severs, Harold Kennedy, Vernon G. Ridge, Martha Landreth, Mary Lee Moormau und Mary Arnold, Wo Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. I Primary Reglna Popham, Orabel Basham, Mary Leo Keid, Alico B. Muttlngly, Charlie Lee llamman, Iris Tabellng, Irene Carmen, Hobart Loyd, Bsckhaui Pato, Wilbur Tabellng und ixoDert I'ute. Whenever Vou Need a General Tonic Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propcrtieaof QUININE aad IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Bailds up the Whole System. SO casts. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the pottage both tay on all puckngog Wc. or over, work dunranteud nrt-clPrompt ilullvcrln In limitary packages, w ill credit you upon reference. Write for lnlormutlon. Iletter. still, tend trial bundle. Offices! 625 W. Jefferson St. as 30.YEARS IN BUSINESS BEWLEYViLLE Mrs. Aila Compton and Mrs. T. Stith were called to the bedside of Mrs. W. R. Dowell, who has been very ill of pneumonia. Karl Compton ami Rob Morris T. P. Hardaway has been visiting his SUth have been visiting relatives in (laughter, Mrs. D. C. Moorman at Glen Union Star and Walnut Grove. Grover Keith has returned front a several months stay iu Iowa. Dean, Mrs. Mary Iieauchamp, of Mystic, is LOUISVILLE. KY. Use the Want Column Now is the time to subscribf RUSSIANS MENACING GERMANY The Czar's Armies Advancing, AN fn the history of business nnd flnanco In this country. It Is believed thnt they will put nn end to the annual anx iety from which tho country hns suf fered for tho past generation nbout Insufficient money and credit to movo the crops each year nnd will give such stnblllty to tho banking business that A DANGEROUS MISTAKE tho extreme fluctuations In 'Interest rates nnd available credits which havo characterized bnnklng In tho past will be destroyed permanently." Remarkable Cure of Croup. "Last winter when my little bov had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber I honestly be- lain's Couch Remedy. bleve It saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, la. "It cut the hit coughing phlegm anil relieved spells. I nm most grateful for what this remedy 1ms done for him." For sale by nil dealers. Clovcrport Mothers Should Not. Neglect Kidney Weakness In Children. Many children have weak kidneys. An early wnrnlng Is Often followed by bachaehe, head 15 Horse Power ache, languor. TIs a mistake to neglect these trou bles. To blame the child tor Its own dis tress. Seek to check the cause. Save the child from dangerous kidney Ills. Moan's Kidney l'llls are especially for weak kidneys, Thousands of parents know their worth. Head this testimony. Mrs. C. H. Elder, Taylor St., Ind., says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills In my child's case and it took only a short time before they help The child had weak kidneys ed her. nearly all her life and there seemed to be difficulty with the kidney secretiots day and night, which greatly interfered She was very with her school work, nervous and was cross and irritable. Doan's Kidney Pills checked the trou ble und I believe that continued use It gives will make a complete cure. Doan's me pleasure to recommend Kidney Pills to parents having chil dren afflicted with weak kidneys." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Can-Helto- n, F. M. Watkins Gasoline Engine ENORMOUS FORCE Vast Military Movement Slowly Converging FBANCIS G. NEWLANDS 8enator Retains Seat by PluVotes. rality of Thirty-Eigh- t CRACOW REPORTED FALLEN FOR SALE At a Bargain Significant Rumor of Battle's Progress Not Confirmed. The situation In London special: the eastern theater of war la summar-lie- d by military critics ns more favorable to Russia than at any time since the outbreak of hostilities three and a half months ago. Germany and Aus trla have failed twice In powerful of fenBlve movements and now are entirely concerned with the problem of blocking the Russians from German territory. In this they havo not been wholly accessful, since Russian troop.t are turther within East Prussia than ever before and have oven broken through the Warthe lino In west Poland and gained a foothold at various points In Posen and Silesia. This appears to be due not so much to the weakness of the German resistance as to the con stantly growing power of the Russian attacK and to the superior generalship of the Russian commander In chief. Russia has been able not merely to repair losses, but to add at least 200,000 trained troops to her first line armies very month. On the Russian Right. Seven Russian armies, numbering 1,400,000 men, are now attempting to close In on Germany. On the Russian right wing two armies are advancing toward the East Prussian defense lino of Dantzlg-Thor-n with the obvious pur pose of holding the River Vistula from the Baltic to Thorn and making any turning movement by the Germans in the north Impossible when the central armies, now advancing in west Poland against Breslau, are ready to strike with full force. The first army holds 1tnn t n J inw mit mho aiuiiupuueu uiiu 11.., ..II Gumbinnen and Insterburg, and Is be lloved to havo occupied probably twen or thirty miles of German ter ritory. The second army, with great energy, is advancing In an entirely new line toward tiro north west and has gained a foothold at Sol da'u, Johannesburg nnd the region south of Allenstein. There are re ports that the (Jermnns are attempting an offensive movement from Thorn where they have concentrated new troops. The Campaign In Poland. In Poland three Russian armies are attacking the frontier of Posen and Silesia, concerned for the moment with driving every German detachment from Polish eoII. A fourth Russian wrmy has broken through tho German defense at tho Warthe and has pinhed an advance guard Into Posen, holding a position at Plcschen. A fifth, southwestward. Is nt tho gates of Cracow, and, according to official announcements In Petrograd, Is attacking the outer defenses of tho city. There are unofficial reports tint this army's right wing has occupied e mo-lng Czen-stachov- at the ' Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs Elder recommends. Foster-Mi- l burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. NEWS OFFICE 1 araCTrsiauraMCTrxiitirzjzi'j FRANCE EXILES solved once for all bv Calumet. For daily use In millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet is highest not only in quality but In leavtning poivcr as well In results nurd to the extreme and wonderfully economical In use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. JOSJAILLAUX This Is the Latest Sensational Rumor. SAID TO Received Highest Awards World's Part Fsod Espotitisa. CUuio. III. BE FRIEND OF FOE P.rt. F.M.i. lino, Frucs, 1912. I A') 'Jhe trust Photo by American Press Association. Carson City, Nov., Nov. 1C Francis G. Nowlnnds, Democrat, was United States senator on Nov. H over Samuel Piatt, Republican, by a plural- votes, according to ity of thirty-eigh- t the result of the official canvass, which' has Just been completed. When baby suffers with crcup. apply and give Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at J nine goes once, hale tor emmren. a long way. :. and 30. At all drug stores. INDIANA'S don't mm moner wken job lay tnesp or I liluoc powder. Don't to milled. Cor Calun:. It I 1 C0rO tCOnOOHCOI-inoiwoeic.einc site. uh idwih , I U. j Colomct if Isr superior to toor milk ocd OFFICIAL VOTE 1n RESERVE New BANKS System is Now In Oper ation. a3 Tabulated In Secre tary of State's Office. Tho official Indianapolis special: Indiana urns from tho ninety-twunties, received at tho office of L. O. secretary or state, and tab-- ' r officially, show that tho plural!- f Senator lienjaniln V. Shivcly In I: to tho United for o'at-- s annate is 13,48:!. Shively's total a o wrs 272,219; the vote or Hugh T. 'fl'er, the Republican candidate, wns i.'fi.Tfi'i. and tho vote of Albert .1. Itev- o c 1 ' Fji: Returns i'ht Former Premier and Minister of Fi nance In France Has Suddenly Departed For South America With Hit Wife Under Circumstances Which Raise Hints of an Enforced Exile for Wall Understood Reasons of State. Paris, Nov. 1C. Much mystery Is connected with tho sudden departure for South America of Joseph Calllaux, former premier and minister of finance, who was accompanied by his wife, the central figure in a sensational murder caso a few mouths ago. Tho newspapers here merely mention tho fact that M. and Mmo. Cnillaux loft from Bordeaux on the liner Perou. It is hinted, however, that tho man whom Germany has called her greatest friend in Franre, is going into enforced exile. This may ho a bold statement, but It Is believed extraordinary that a man who holds the rank of paymaster In tho army, who was recently a menilior of tho chamber of deputies, nnd who, up until tho trial of his wife Tor the murder or Or.ston tho editor or tho Figaro, was tho nio3t powerful politician in France It seems extraordinary that such a man should leavo Franco In tlmo of Cai-mett- full of life and action, filled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, will make iffeYOUTH'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 nome. i nere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The CUT THIS OUT Youth's Companion. nnd send It (or name of thin pnper) with $2.00 for The COMPANION for 1915, nml we wilt send All tho Issues of THE COM-- r PANION for the remaining weeks of 1914. THE COMPANION HOME CALENDAR for 1915. of THPM The 52 Weekly Issues1915. THE COMPANION for PR C P ICCi 52 Times a Year not 12. y PRPF SUBSCRIPTIONS to The Youth's ComSend panion, Boston, Mass., for THREE CUIIHENT ISSUES-FR- EE RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE war. having captured Taraow, sixty-fiv- e miles to tho east, and having reached the River Dunajoe. It Is reported that cavalry has crossed tho Dunajeo and Is raiding considerably west of that with city. This army Is the fifth Russian army advancing on Cracow from the northonst. The two forces are rapidly converging with their advance guards within forty to fifty miles of contact, 'there Is a rumor current In Petrograd and repeated from Rome, that Cracow has fallen to the Russians, but It Is believed here that tho roport is premature. Austrian Hard Driven. ac-tlv- Two Russian armies are operating One Is nenrlng Crncow, in Gallcla. The seventh Russian army, very o In central Gnllcla, Is engaged In tho business of driving, tho Austrlans Into Hungnry and appears to bo accomplishing its task effectively. It has thrown a claw arouud Przonnsl while pressing the Austrian:! southward nnd Aus-trln- n westward. A dispatch from Berlin forwarded by way of Copenhagen, says that tho cenoral staff has orderol nn of fensive movement with nil io?rlbic forpB ncftlnst tho Serv tons. In tho hope of ending the Balknn pha"e of tho war before winter sets In and no releasing further Austrian troops for service against the Russians. An oUclal state-mant Issued In Vienna tiOmitH that the Austrian troops which are Invading Senna mto met with a nerce resist SVtinelsea. "The opening of these banks," said ance at vaijevo wnicn iney nave uei PtWtanr'McAcoo, "irks a ww. era hi overcosaln. fat imwrti Marking a Washington special: now era In tho financial history of the United States, tho twelve federal re serve banks of tho new currency sys tem opened their doors on Monday. It is the belief of the authorities that tho now banking system will Instill additional confidence In business and havo a large Influenco In commercial and Industrial affairs. Tim new svstom nermits the expan sion and contraction of the money supply of the country In keeping within the nctual needs of business, whore-a- s the old system, maintained the same amount of tho circulating medium for all seasons and all financial situations. The effect of tho newly organized system, according to officials, will be to prevent panics. President Wilson signed the federal reserve act, which he called the "con stitution of peace for business," nearly a year ago, but sufficient progress has not yet been mado by the, organization for the system to permit the twelve reserve banks at this tlmo to undertake the exercise of all the functions vested In them by this act. Because of the extraordinary financial situation In this country which has resulted from the Euronean war. the fedoral re- servo board thought It best that all possible) haste should be mado In open Ins tho resorvo banks for a limited ox ercise of their functions. The opera tlons of the banks at the outset, thero-foro, will be limited to the acceptance of deposits of reserves paynule In lawful money; discounting of bills of and commercial paper and the nceentnnce of deposits of checks drawn by member banks on ony federal re serve banks or member banks in reserve and central reserve cities within thnlr ronnectlve districts. The federal reserve, banks are lo cated In the cities of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Rich Mnri Atlanta. Chlcaco. St. Louis. Min maapolts, Kansas City, Dallas and Ban Rumors of Imprisonment. Mmo. Calllaux took up Red Cross work after her acquittal In tho latter part of July and has since been actively engaged along that line. Calllaux himself has been much heard from since ho wns appointed to tho paymaster's department. It was reported but not confirmed, that ho went to tho S3.CS:!. front and offered to give favored treatment to soldiers from his election disOnly One "UROMO QUININE" trict. For this statement ho was said for two To net the cemilne, call for full name, I.AXA. to have been Imprisoned ur'd c. Progressive candidate for senator, wn3 10S..1S1. Tho plurality of Homer I,, (.'oak. Democratic candidate for secretary of Hate, was 29,191). Cook'a total vote .van 2o2,703, while Ed Jackson, the Re publican nominee, polio! a total ot 2:U,'IV.', and William A. Pleram, the ilull Moose candidate, polled a total of 1 IDEAS FOR I sMWWMBWsgsWB Beautiful December Number of iCHRISHASl j vreks, K.W. GROVU. Cures a Cold In Oue Day. Stops cough and headache, aud works oB cold. 25c. of It, Ruthless Nbht Rldsrs. as a&cn ts General JofTro heard Only about ten days ago to provo that tho French peoplo havo not forgotten about Calllaux ho and his wlfo Ixlngton, Ky Nov. 10. A roport woro publicly linultcd while driving that night riders through tho streets or Paris. A crowd has reached hero havo killed two men In a raid. In But-lo- r gathered greeted him with cries county. Storirs of several more that or "German spy." beraids and beatings of clllzona havo In tho course of tho charges and come known. counter-charge- s mado by the princi"aTalro" pals In the Calnietto-CalllauTwo Boys nnd a Gun. were moro than hints thnt tho Marion. Ind., Nov. 1C While wrest- there of finance had betrayling In play over a shotgun with Clif- former minister ed France In tho negotiations of tho old, Jou Con-tieton Ilnltz. twelve jpars settlements, by which Gereloven yen's o' l was shot In the Mocorocan many obtained large torrltory In tho abdomen. Ills condition Is serious. French Congo. x r, The Woman's Companion Price No Danger ef 11. Home 15c at Wedding's Finds Much Pleasure In The News. Hewitt Gibson has changed his to l.V.'6Stute street, liowliiiHlireen, Ky. Hm writes: My last copy of the News was lost and I feel like I lost a treat from home, I find much pleasure In reading your paper, while in school, and can't do with out it. Yours truly, HEWITT GIBSON SAVED BY GRIGSBY'S Twiner's Pharmacy, Greenville, Texas, Sends This Testimonial From a Prominent Grocer ol Thai Place LIV-VER-LA- X March I), UH4. X "I take pleasure In sayinr for publication that by the use my child was cured of a disease which Is correctly described by the recognized sympions of Biliousness, Stomach, and Liver Trouble and Constipation and resulting complications; and I command It use to all sufferers." D, U PRICK, Witness. MR. KIMBROUGH, 830o Stoac wall Mr. KlnilirDUph states further that three iframs of calomel had no effect. His child, at the DOint of death, was a harmless saved by LIV.VER-LAvek'vtahla compound with no Injurious relieves all LIV effects. X. VER-LAX- Liver troubles. All genuine bottles bear the likeness and signature of L. K. Gr gsby, Held on Embentemcnt Charge. nn substitute. Hartford City, Ind., Nov. 1C I for sale W. Hutcuons. a youns man of Grlgsby's by Klnchcloe's Pharmacy, Hardins thfs city, was nnejted here on a Hutchens Is charco of embezzlement. burg, Ky. to his Invigorating to the Palo aad Sickly a.leged to have own use $"69.45, which came into his Tht Old StasxUrd ventral stnoftkeslac Uak, chill TONIC, dfiVsMoai hands as socretary ot the Knlshta of OROVK'8 TABTKUeaS .sad bvllda us tke MaUtla.caricatt the blood teas. A inte teak. Foe adalu aad shllitsa. Ma, Pythias lodf. Ac-caEu-Be- The cbnlldcnco or Hiirlln, Nov. tho local nuthoritlcs in the ability of thi( (iormnn forces to hold back tho Russians Is uKain Indicated by the doo mratlon of tho president of tho province of Posen that tho dnn?or of a Russian Invasion 13 not present so far us it Is humanly possible to Judge. Invcr'cn. HI Keep Your Sew-in- g Machine in Order Imvo a complete lino of Machino Needles, Sowinrr Shuttles, Oils, Hands and all the necessary parts incidental to the wear and tear of Special Prices That Will Save You Money Tho wholesale prico has increased on shoes since the war hut wo aro letting our shoes go at tho regular prices. Wo will not make so much per pair, hut wo expect to sell more shoes, and thereby take in the sumo amount. PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White . ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Patent I Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! OUR SPECIAL PRICES Stoves, 22 inch Stoves, 24 inch Stoves, 2(5 inch Stoves, M inch Cook Stoves, $2.f0 to Iron Hooling, per squaro Galvanized Uooling, per square Rubber Hooling, per roll, $1.25 to Tan cd Roofing, per roll ' Rooling Paint, per gallon 20c to Ceiling Paper, per roll, 50c to Wo have a complcto line of Hardware and and Harness at lowest prices Drum Drum Drum Drum .. the towing machine. 1 .$ 2.00 2 25 2 50 It also luive a lino of small Musical .... 1.00 18.00 2.25 .'J. 25 2.25 Hardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is West, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky Instruments Such as .80 1.25 T5 THE OLD RELIABLE Violins, Guitars and Harps A GKNKHAL Mrs. M. A. McCubbins, Stephensport, Ky. L. D. FOX, Manager Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business Repair Department for Watches and Clocks V My New Jewelry for the holiday season will be here coon Make your plans to visit my store and talk over your ne e d s and wants in my line of goods T.C. LEWIS JEWELER HARDINSBURG, KY. No! failure's a part if the infinite plm; Who finds that lit- can't. imit give v.Jy to who can; Ard as one and another drop out of the Jiach Mumhles at last to liN .suiUhle Crannies. place. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Iilder and son City I'.hler, were the WbU of Sir. and Mrs. Adri.in Hawkins, in the country, Sunday Little Miss Cora Uiehanlson Ileanl H on the sivl: list. Mr. Leighton Howard, of Sylvn, Kans., week of hi-- , cousin, was the guest Mrs. Vera J'irhoe. .Mrs. Glfrey Hall, after a visit to relatives here and ill the country, has returned to her home in I.ouisville. Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Waits and Mrs. Henry Trent are at home from a visit to I.ouisville. Jim Frank is very sick at the home of his son, Orval Frank, near town. Or. U C. Harned, of Garfield, was in He reported that his town Friday. daughter, Miss Mary Ann Harned, who has typhoid fever, is doing nicely. Mr. ami Mrs Wi'son, of liewlejville, were in town Saturday. Sheriff A. T Heard made a business ' trip to I.ouisville last Thursday. I,. I,. Wagoner, of Kites Rim, Judge was in town lust week. Dr. I). S. Spires, of Mooleyville, was in town last Saturday. Mrs. Wade Pile and sou, of Mook.aud Mrs. H. H, Frjmire ami son, of were the quests last week of Mrs. Milt Miller. Roland Wntliiiglou, of Union Star, has been the guest of his brother, Nat 't Fry-jnir- e, Rev. Oldham, of Harned, was in town Hurl llrown, of Custer, were in town shopping Saturday. Mrs. I. Ic Davis, of Custer, arrived Sunday to be Hie guest of her brothers, Messrs. J. V. and Henry Trent, The High School football team went to Hliahethtown Saturday and played Thursday. Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Johnson and the Hardin county High School team The score was 20 to 2 in favor of our daughter arc visiting Mrs. Johnson, of This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong Fordsvllle. boys. Haydcn Uramlette,of Medora, spent Messrs. John M. Skillman, J. Whit- lllack, Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs worth, Franklin Kincheloe, l'rof. Steel, Marion Weathcrhoit, Marvin J. K. Bramlette. Heard and sons, Marvin, Jr., and Ralph, Mrs., Annie Hcrndon attended the attended the football game at lilizaheth-tow- n funeral of Dr. J. M. Tydings In Louis Saturday. ville Thursday. Beware of Ointments for C. L. Beard reports nice progress In Mrs. Cenia Owlngs left Sunday for his real estate venture. If you have a her home. Wolf Creek. She has been Catarrh that Contain Mercury will surety destroy the farm to sell he will advertise it for head trimmer for Hottell Youtsler ns mercuryand completely derange senso of smell tho whole system when entering It through you and if it don't sell It will cost you Millinery Store. tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should nothing. be used except on Mrs. Amanda Jolly and daughter, never reputable physicians, prescriptions damage from Mrs. H. II. Moorman and baby, Mary Miss Blanche Jolly, of Dewleyvllle, they will do Is ten fold to as the the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Louise, and Miss Ilessie II. Weatherford, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no of Harned, were in town Saturday. D. Hook Tuesday. mercury, nnd Is taken internally, acting Sylvester Olasscock, of McDaniels, W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne mo directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Below we Quote a Few of Our Many Bargains motored to town last week. tored to Louisville last Monday. Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made in of Cloverport, Marion Weatherholt, Miss Ida Pulliam, of Louisville, spent Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TesBest cane Granulated Sugar, per lb., only 6c timonials free. came up in ins auiomonue aim iook a the week end with Miss Lorena Penlck Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Best pure hog Lard, per lb., only 12jC . load of boys to Iilizabethtown to the Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Mr. and Mrs. Neivsom Gardner are football game. Good compound Lard, per lb., only 10c in Louisville buying a stock of goods Good 15c Coffee, per lb., only Rev. Robert Johnson has closed his for their new store on Alain street. 12ic Mrs. Robert Norton and daughter, meeting at Kirk. There were thirty-si7 Bars Clean Easy or Big Deal Soap D. D. Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent Anna, of West View, spent Tuesday 25c 10 conversions ami nineteen additions 3 boxes Matches the week end with Hubert Lyons. 10c with her daughter, Mrs. Percy Macy. the church. Best Hoosier Factory Cotton, yard, Miss Mary Alexander save an auto 5c Miss Frankie Goodman, of West There will he preaching at the llaptist mobile party Saturday evening for Best 6c Calico, yard, '. View, has been the guest of her broth4ic church Saturday and Sunday. Miss Sarah Haynes. They motored to er, V. G. Goodman. Clark's O. N. T. Thread, per spool 4c Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday Brandenburg and were guests of Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Meador, of Basin A splendid lot Men's, Women's nnd Children's Shoes; these the home of her parents, Mr. and Edith Richardson. at Spring, were guests last week of Mr. shoes are from our legular stock; special price, A4 nn Mrs I). C. Moorman. John Walter Jolly spent Sunday and Mrs. John Weatherford. only n pair .. - with his mother, Mrs. Sue Jolly. OliUU Miss Ruth Harned was the guest SunRobert Weatherford was in Louis Bv selling for STRICTLY CASH it enables us to underlay of her parents, Dr. 15. C. Harned Edward Morrison gave a tacky party ville last Wednesday. sell other.-- . Highest Cash Prices Paid for Produce. Hid Mrs. Harned, in Garfield. Monday evening in compliment to Miss Frank Davis and family have moved A was the guest of his Sarah Haynes. Fifty guests accepted X. Kincheloe to' a farm near Locust Hill family for the week end. Many Mr. Morrison's hospitality Mrs. Gilpin, of frvlngton, has re U H. C. Haswel , traveling salesman for humorous and grotesque costumes were to her home after a visit to Mrs. the Carter Dry Goods Lo , visited his presented and each one (elt that they turned McCoy. deserved a prize. The judges were: Jim family Saturday and Sunday. -- No Our Business is Fine- Hard Times With Us. 0 Miss Lottie Davis, of Locust Hill, is family have moved Messrs James Hottell- Newsom (Sard J T. Smith and ner. T. K Ulythe and Dr. 14 A. Lex. the guest.of Mrs. S. H. Davis. m here from Glen Dean. Tney decided that Miss Eva Payne was Marsli Mercer, of Madrid, has been the tackiest girl in Irvlngtoii, so she the guest of his granddaughter, Mrs. Cures Old Sor::, Uttier Remedies Won't Cure Claude and Stanley Hayden, who long standing, won a line box of I Km Bons. Paul S. H Davis. The worst cases, no matter of are teaching school, spent Saturday are erred by t.i- wonderful, old reliable Dr. (Woodrow) Wilson represented a conKev Robert Johnson, pastor of the I'ortrr's Ant'wntic HcalinR Oil. It relieves and Sunday with homcfolks. i'ain and Heals at iht tunc time. 13c, 50c, $1.00. ductor of the M., H. and 14., and he Methodist church, is holding a proWeslry Powers and Bessie Hurtz received a box of cigars. The crowd tracted meeting. enjoyed Mr. J. T. Johnson's singing were married In Cannelton Tuesday. The Missionary Society of the Pres- very much livery one present had a Best Granulated Sugar (So lb. Miss Nannie Kinder, who teaches the bjteriaa church met wit.i Mrs. Will jolly good time. Punch aud cake were Plock school, speut Saturday and SunMay Friday afternoon. Good Coffee, 12.Jc lb. served. V G. Goodman made a business day with her parents. Best Grade Compound Lard 10c Mrs. A". 1). Pulliam. of Loulsvi.le, Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, trip to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Uivin, of In- spent the week end wlih her parents, spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret 3 Packages Rolled Oats 25c Mr. and Mrs. 1'. M. Tucker, of West dianapolis, arrived here Friday. They Chamberlain. Mr and .Mrs Jonas Lyons. View, are the guests of their daughter, Intend making their home here. 3 Cans Tomatoes 25c Kev. T. J. Wade will preach at the Mrs. Lucy Tucker, of Harned, has Mrs. V. G. Goodman. been tho guest of Mrs Fidelia Gal- llaptist church Thanksgiving morning Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Mrs. Jim McCoy spent Monday lu loway. at 10 o'clock. Garfield with her sister, Mrs. V. W. Received Every Week Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Hook entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bate Herndon and Mrs. Smith. Friday evening in honor of their guest, A D. Ashcraft were at Guston MonBest Tiger Brand Overalls, 1 K. G. Goodman and mother, of West Miss Sarah Haynes, of West I'oint. day to attend organization of a BapMillard Still' left Monday for per pair View, have returned from a visit to Tnu guest list was as follows: Misses tist church at tlfat place. Delano, Cal. Leltchlleld. Mary Alexander, Kva Payne, Lottie Mrs. Kate Bennett returned to Iiasln Nice Line of Men's Shirts Kev. C. L Brulngton has gone to Handy, Nell Smith, Elizabeth Crlder, Springs Monday after a visit to Dr. Mrs. Hayden Amnions is very Leitchfield to hold a meeting at 'Pay low with pneumonia. A Nice Line of Shoes, Hosiery Marv Henry, Jessye Hrady, Margaret and Mrs. L. U. Moremen. or's Chapel. Conniff, Julia Lyons, Mildred Hawes, and Notions Henry Dutschke und son, KlUabeth Cain, (iuedry Bramlette, Mora Pile and sister, Miss Anna, Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind George, urrived home Saturday JWMl Kinds of Ammunition for the Mesdatnes J. T. Johnson, N. Gardner, piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. pent Saturday and Sunday with their Messrs. George Huff, lUrry Con mil, night from Illinois. parents at their home near Uuras. hunters 50j ut all stores. Bernard Carter, l'aul Wilson, Ulon Mrs. Josephine Stiff and daughCook, Kd Morrison, Morris Gain, Rcbt. ter, Cecil Leah, arrived homo and Hubert Lyons. A delightful mu T Saturday from Cannelton, Ind. sical program was rendered. Delicious home-mad- e candies, grapo juice and Henry Burr, of Rhodelia, wus GLEN DEAN, KY. angel food were served. Commodore Suddarth moved to his in Cannelton, Ind. Jim Holmes and son, Leonard, were Mrs W. J. Plggott has returned lu Madrid last My new store is open. Your mother's farm Thursday. week on business.- Miss Ruby Gcdling is able to bo patronage solicited and I am from Marlon, having attended a mis Miss Alia Lamb gave a pie supper at Will Cannon, of McDaniels, motored anxious for you to give my goods slonary meeting at that place. Friday night. out again. a trial. through town last Friday on his way the Frank school-hous- e Mrs. J. C Younger aud Miss Hudora to Hardinsburg Adkit-soii- , of Rhodelia, D. B. Henry Morton and daughter, MUs Younger, of Louisville, were guests of Dr. J. 14. Matthews and Mrs. Mat- Nannie, of Cloverport, spent the week was at J. D. Still's Sunday. Mrs. K. B. Mcl'.Iothlan Thursday. thews visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L. end ut the home of his sister, Mrs. Miss Laura Morgan, our teach- atom Ltouisvillo. Mis. Vessels Leslie Jones, of Fordsvlllc, spent Matthews at WestVlew. Mr. Mat- Daniel I'arrlsh, getting along nicely with is having her eyes treated. er, Sunday at the Cain house. Mr. and Mrs. James Polk and little thews hurl his hand and had to have her school. Mesdames Julius Slppel, J. C Payne one finger amputated. Logan, tho infant baby of II. SI ti daughter, Mary Leoue, were In and Margaret (Jnamberlain won: in Klbert Dutsehko is attending tMiglisti, has been real sick. Saturday.. MUs Kea Crltclielow, of McDaniels, Louisville Friday . A little daughter arrived at the home school in Irvington. wedding attended the llobort Bellow has arrived MUs Allonne Cowley has for her Mrs. Lum Eskrldge and Mrs Kte of Mr. and Mrs. John Suters Saturday Willie Dutschke lias bought a home from Louisville, gUBst MUs Deuiah Allen, of Stlthton. Tucker have returned from Irvington morning. farm near Amnions. Sovoral from hire attonded tho Mrs. Lottie Hindy spent Sunday with where they w.re the guests of Mrs. Ucrt Wheeler, of Rome, visited Miss Mr. and Mrs Kludge Vc-se- ls sale a' F. Baysingor's Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Cecil Shaln, of Gustuu Galloway, Euda Parristi Sundaj. When in Need of Anything Come to us She wisEtl AND TRADE WITH US n x WILSON & CO., Glen Dean, Ky. lio-.- Special Prices On I a R. W.JONES Can-lielto- Gray-Holm- Qrv