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The Breckenridge news: November 25, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914112501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 25, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX PREMIUM LIST FOR POULTRY Cash Fine Will THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914. SACRED CANTATA CLOVERPORT CANDY Pages K. P. A. Mid-Wint- No. MR. LEWfSROBBED. Pick-Pocket- SHOW Keep T DEC. 6 as Much Trade at Home "Jehovah" You Will Be CRAZE CONTINUES s Get $150 From Be AwardedMany Specimens of Fowls Raised Near Hardinsburg Interest In Show. EXHIBITION NEXT as Possibly Can Mer- Twenty-fiv- e chants Will Appreciate Your Purchases. Methodist City Soon. BEAUTIFUL Rendered By Wedding's Drug Store Sells 540 Voices at the Boxes Gibson's 250 Boxes ' Nolte Sells 1,200 Pounds Church in This Since September 1. LEARNED. SALES AT Him At Irvington On His Way Home From the East. T. C Lewis, the jeweler, of Hardins burg, and one of the best known citizens in the county was robbed of $i$o at Irvington last week en route home from the Hast. Mr. Lewis was returning from a special business trip to buy his Christmas goods. It Is thought the followed him from Louisville and just as he was getting off the train, they politely slipped the pocket-boofrom him Mr. Lewis' friends .seriously regret his Well do they remember his kindness last year in Chicago, when he found a pocket book containing $15, which he deposited at the depot. The owner was soon found. Not many men nre fortunate enough to have such a large amount of cash to carry. Mr. Lewis is a successful jeweler and his loss is only a proof that he is n capable silver-smitHis new Christmas goods will come on just the same and a beautiful line was bought by him. pick-pocke- ts k e. Be Held at the Henry Watterson Hotel December 28-2er 9. Session Will WEEK. BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY DISPLAY. Try at home first to get your Christmas presents. The merchants, who advertise, want your trade and will appreciate everything ou buy. You can get many pretty materials in Clover-po- rt for useful and practical gilts. Many of the stores have attractively stamped linens for embroidery, lovely ribbons for bags and muslins for collars and cuffs are shown. Useful Christmas gifts in the way of China, cut glass and porcelain baking dishes are popular. The drug stores are showing a beautiful display of Christmas jewelry. The grocery stores have rscelved their Christmas nuts, fruits and other goods for the holidays. All fresh and sanitary. Several of the merchants are planning their holiday advertising and you may watch The Breckenridge News for interesting announcements. first-clas- MUSIC OTHER STORES. Many attractive features arc being worked out by the executive committee of the Breckenridge County I'ou! try Association for their exhibition which will be held in Hardinsburg, Decembers to 10. It is expected that many varities of fowls will be shown as there are many fanciers of line specimens around Hardinsburg. In fact, there are several, who are known over the State for their success in raising thoroughbred poultry. The interest In beautiful fowls that has been shown at the capital is going out all over the county and in another year, possibly, all the poultry raised will be only the thoroughbred fowls. The premium list will bo made up of several cash prizes and much Interest is being manifested in the show. The first musical production of the fall season will take place Sunday night, December 6, when the sacred cantata, "Jehovah," will be given in the Methodist churcn. The music Is by William Beasley and some difficult .work has been accompllshrd oy the industrious singers. Several male voices will be heard to nn advantage. Mr. Ira D, Behen Is director of the cantata, and Miss Lula Severs planoist, Mar- Mr. Drury Has No More Onion Sets For Sale. My clear Mr. Babbage: A couple weeks ago, Mr S. D. Lloyd noticed in The Breckenridge News an ad. from Mr. Drury, of Irvington, Ky., wanting to sell some potato onion sets, but did not give any price. So I am writing to you, and ask you to see Mr. Drury the fust time you go to Irvington to send him 10 pounds of good potato onion sets by parcel post and send the bill to him and he will send check for same on receipt of sets. The ad. has found him a customer in Columbus, Ohio. Your friend, C. 1. SAWYER, Bexley, Columbus, Ohio. November 15, 1914. New Stock of Furniture. Accidents of Hunting If Boy Dies. John Parker, age fourteen, who was aceidently shot in the lower bowels while hunting lasl Saturday, died within a few hours, He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Parker, of Dukes. Wm. Smith, son of Mr3. We: den, of this city, was accidentally shot in his left leg last Thursday while hunting. Season Mr. Skillman' Renews Thirty-ninth Subscription. A. B. Skillman, cashier of the Breckenridge Bank, renewed for The Breckenridge News last Tuesday. This makes thirty-nin- e years Mr. Skillman has subscribed for the paper. Besides that, "the old reliable bank" has always carried an ad In our columns. McQuady Milling Co. The Mill That Saves You Money John T. Hoben has a nice new stock of furniture just received at his old stand on the corner. He also carries Thanksgiving in Cloverport will be groceries, gents' furnishings and noDrop In and see him when you spent in the usual quiet way with the tions. exception of family dinners and one or go to Hardinsburg. two dinner parties. Turkeys are so scarce in this community that only a Thanksgiving Services. few will get a taste of the delicious Union Thanksgiving services will be bird. Thanksgiving services will be held at the Frame church at Hardins- held Sunday at the churches. burg. Prof. Williams will preach the The young society people, who have sermou. Everybody invited to come not planned some particular events In good their own homes, will probably take in and hear a splendid sermon-anmusic. the picture show Thanksgiving night and the Lyceum number Friday night Thanksgiving Service. at the American theater. Thanksgiving service will be held at the Methodist church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. The Rev. W. C, TRAIN NOTES. Frank cordially invites everyone to at tend. The choir will render a beauti ful anthem. Mr. Geo. Hammond, of Loalsville, spent several days with Squire D. C. Busy Wiring Houses. hunting at beautiful Mt. Ameil Pate, the electrician of this Heron Pisgah. city, has been In Hardinsburg wiring Mr. and Mrs. David Henry of Chatresidences and business houses for electricity. Mr. Pate's work has tanooga, Tenn., came Inst week to see proven satisfactory in his home town their nieoe, Miss Mamie Kendall, who and his success is assured in other Is so critically ill. A. K. Crawford, of Addison, is In places. Louisville this week buying goods. Board of Tax Supervisors. The many friends of Henry B, Head Judge Do well has appointed the fol- will be sorry to hear of his serious atHe was very lowing Board of Tax Supervisors for tack of indigestion. Breckenridge county: Matt Shrews- much better Monday evening. Mr. M. L. Conkwrlght and daughbury, 1st District; C. W. Moorman, 2nd; O C. Shellman, 3rd: Chas. Blan- - ter, Miss Teppy, of Ktngowood, were en route to Louisville Wednesday. lord. 4th; Bill Cannon, 5th and 6th. Mrs. C. O. Suell, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mrs. John Dutler, of Harned, returned home Wednesday. Frank Moorman is in Louisville. Mrs. Julius Slppell was In Louisville Wednesday. The reason Cloverport girls have cheery dispositions they get all the candy they want. Candy makes people cheertul. Mothers, sisters, sweethearts, wives and children are all enjoying the candy craze that has struck Cloverport this season. Gibson has sold y.",0 boxes of candy ami Wedding has sold I0 boxes. ' These have been the punch sales and besides they have sold many pounds of loose candies. J. garet Burn substitute. C. Nolte & Bro. have sold 1,'JOO pounds A voluntary collection will be taken, of mixed candles since September I. and if the appreciative listeners conSawyer, Weatherholt, Johnson, Quig-gintribute fifteen or twenty cents, all tx Kingsbury, O'Conneil, Williams, penses will be met. The music cost Wilson, Oelze and other stores in town about $14. A most cordial audience Is sell candy. Cloverport certainly has u expected. sweet tooth. Friday and .Saturday Wedding sold 27 one dollar boxes of candy. During the year of 1913 Nolte hold ",000 pounds of candy and the 1014 sale will certainly surpass that. For Ladder to Attach to Silo In Cloverport Will Be Spent in E. McGary Receives Conthe Usual Quiet Way With the gratulations On Success. Exception of Dinner Parties. Enjoy s, The Kentucky Press Association will session at the Henry Watterson Hotel in Louisville, December 2S and 2!l, An interesting program has been arranged including the business and social features of the meeting, Secretary J. C. Alcock is in charge of the program. hold Its mid-wint- Phelps' Buttons. T. ,I Sawyer has received several gross of buttons made from the blanks cut at the Phelps' button factory in this city. These buttons are far superior to any imported button, both in quality and color. They ar fresh water buttons which makes them better than the sea buttons from Japan. Milton Coke, Editor, Dies. Somerset, Ky., Nov. 16. Milton Coke, founder and editor of the Somerset Herald, active in newspaper work up to a few days ago, when he was taken ill, is dead at his home in this city. Coke came to this city front Hardinsburg sis years ago and revived the defunct Som., erset Mountaineer. He is survived by a widow and a son, ageil four. The body will be sent to his former home nt Hard, insburg for burial. A graWpatent Christmas Card of Thanks. fore the prosaic almanac grants permission. How poor the world would be If deprived of the pleasure of expectation! Good things would lose half their virtue If we could not enjoy them before we get them into our hands. Looking forward Is one of the fountains nt which we drluk life and vigor. Imagtuc, If you can, dropping Into Christmas In the twinkling of nu eye. without the privilege of tasting it lit advance! Christmas becomes the great day of the year, because it Is preceded by such elaborate and long drawn and loving preparation. To cut off all that preceded Christmas would bo like shearing tho sun of Us beams. The whole year becomes brighter to everybody who has Christmas to look for-wur- d E. McGary, of Kirk, has been granted a patent on a shifting silo ladder, a most useful and labor saving attachment for farmers who have silos. It hangs on a track near the top of a silo, can be shifted to any position to tighten the hoops or to paint the silo. Mr. McGary has had Is lived a thousand one In use for several months on his It comes. The CHRISTMAS sweets are tasted be- silo and says It is a success in every fore they are taken from tho way. He hopes to get the makers of tree. The Christmas presents nre rev- silos Interested in his patent. eled In before Santa Claus puts them ou I1I3 sled. The human spirit. Impatient under the restraints of tho clock, LEWIS-BURbreaks away and lives Christmas be- Many Times Before It Really Arrives dear We wish to express our thanks to our dear friends, and especially our kind and thoughtful neighbors, during the trying illness and death of our wife, and mother. W. L. McCracken and Family. NEVER TOO LATE TO WED. Squire of Olglity-Tw- o Years and a Widow Past the Half Century Mark Alarry. K. to. Owen Horsely.'of Locust Hill, has moved to Louisville. Mrs. D. Moorman was visiting Mrs. Ed Bennett, at Basin Springs, last week. T. J. Harrington, of Custer, was in Irvington on business last week. Mrs. A. D. Skillman and daughter, Miss Margaret Skillman, returned home from Louisville Monday night, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 14c Saved on every barrel of Flour Over Last Week's Price. The Hour must please you or you your money back! wo will give Ask us about our MONEY BACK Proposition HERE ARE OUR BARGAINS: Patent Flour, per barrel Patent Flour, per sack Golden Grain, per barrel $ 5.52 .09 5.12 .61 27.90 1.40 . Golden Grain, per sack ShipstufT and Bran, mixed, per ton ShipstuH 'and Bran, mixed, singlo hundreds FitKHJUT paid to your station on 400 pounds JUST LOOK! or more. Skillman. Mrs. Henry Pate and daughter, Miss Claudia Pate, and Mr. Ruther Meador went to Louisville yesterday. Mrs. O. U. Mattingly went to Louisville Weduesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Odewalt have returned home from Louisville. Hagan Bcavln, of Oklahoma, is vis iting relatives here. Mr. Beavin left Kentucky seventeen years ago, and this is his first visit here in seventeen years. It Is part of the mission of the Christian religion to foster and develop the spirit of anticipation. Hope, says Ilus-klu- . Is the distinguishing characteristic of tho Christian faith. Christianity keeps us on the tiptoe of expectancy. It entices us to look ahead. It will not permit us to consider present situations final. No matter how high we climb, we are directed to a still loftier height, nowever great our Joy, there Is still sweeter blessedness ahead of us. Satisfaction with present attainments Is forbidden because of the mightier achievements within the compass of It was the our developing powers. habit of Jesus to keep his disciples' eyes on the future. When they were amazed by what they saw he thrilled them by saylug. "Ye shall see greater things than these." When they were astounded by his miracles he assured them. "Greater things than these shall ye do." When they exulted In their successes he reminded them of their relationship to a world whose glories man cannot now conceive. He. himself had the heart of a child. Ho was always looking ahead. When he saw dark things Immediately In front of him he looked farther. He nlways looked through the darkness Into light lie never spoke of his death without referring to what would happen on the third day. For tho Joy that was set beforo him he endured the ngony of "The Joy of Looking the cross. Ahead." by Charles E. Jefferson, D. D.. Broadway Tabernacle. New York. In Woman's nomo Companion. Squire Wm. Carman, ofGarileld, age 82, and Mrs. John Payne, of Kingswood, past the mark, were married In Hardinsburg Monday at the Commercial Hotel. The Kev. S. K. Hunt performed the cereof Miss Emellne Lewis The marriage mony. While both are much older to Mr. James Burk was solemnized at than most bridal couplos, they looked the St. Rosa Catholic church yester- as though it was the happiest day of day morning at seven o'clock. The lives. ceremony was impressively performed their by the Rev. J. S. Henry. The only Life Doesn't Wait For You. attendants were: Miss Bessie Mitchell, the maul of honor, and Mr. Paul Lewis, In the.December American Magazine Immediately after the David Grayson, beginning his new the best man. cercmouy a wedding breakfast was novel entitled "Hempfield," comments given at the home of the bride's par- as follows on life: ents, Mr. and Mrs. J a ires Lewis. '"It is one of the provoking, but inMr. and Mrs. Burk will make their teresting, things about life that it will home in Richmond, Ky. The bride never stop a moment for admiration. wore a s.yllsh traveling gotvn of green No sooner do you pause to enjoy it, or and a very becoming black hat. philosophize over it, or poetize about it, than it is up and away and the next Suddarth-Weatherhol- t. time yon glance around, it is vanishing over the hill with the wind in its Miss Leona Suddarth and Mr. Uarl garments and the sun in its hair. If Weatherholt, both of Tobiusport, were you do not go on with life, it will go oa in Owensboro Sunday, No- without you." married They will make their vember home In Owensboro, where Mr. WeathNow is the time to subscribe: erholt has a position. The Wedding of Miss Emellne Lewis to fir. James Burk at St. Rose Church. half-centu- ry The Last Notice and Last Warning All Taxes not paid by December 1, a penalty of 6 per cent, is added, and to this interest of 6 per cent. also. Pay this week and keep your property from being advertised. I am forced to collect. Miss Mamie Kendall III. Let us Have Your Order, CASH WITH IT McQuady Milling Co, McQMady, Ky. v. Afternoon Party. Miss Mamie Kendall lies at the point of death at the home of her parents, Mrs. John E. Matthews, of PhilaMr. and Mrs. William Kendall, of delphia, was the guest of honor at an Webster. She was operated on some attractive afternoon party at the home time ago and while her condition per- of MUs Elizabeth Skillman. A beaumitted her to go among her friends, tiful luncheon was served. The guests she really has never beeu wall. Mist were: Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. R. L. Kendall Is an Interne sufferer, and the Oelze, Mrs. L. IT, Held, Miss Irsns tweet spirit In which the bears jt, Is Jarboe and Miss Qeorgla Whits. wonderful. Shs is a lovely young Ads. woman and her lllntss Is very sad. Read the A. T. BEARD, S. B. C. Little Want .Ail ,. BIG SPRING. A WARNING TO MANY 301 m Some Mrs. Achilles Moorman will return the Inst of the week from Louisville where she has been for two weeks with her son, Raymond. Mrs. Will Miller returned to Vine Grove Wednesday after a week's visit to her mother, Mrs. Lilly Scott. Five per cent, discount on all cash sales until Dec. 10, next, at Alexander's Husy Store, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffith and children spent Sunday at Vine Grove the guest ol Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Joe Nail, of Cecilia, was the guest of Mrs. Hairy Miller for a week. Mr. and Mts. T. C. Williams and children are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meador, for a visit before leaving for Florida where they go to spend the winter. Mr. Williams will look for a location while there. Mrs. Lilly Scott has returned from Vine Grove. Ed Foote was here for the interest of the Owensboro Wagon Works. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Clarkson have returned from Klizabethtown. B. S. Clarkson, Mrs. Kemper and Miss Nell Clarkson spent Tuesday at Interesting Facts About Kidney Trouble. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY NOV. 27th These Specials need no comment. of Few people realize to what extent their health depends upon the condi tion of the kidneys. The physician in nearly all cases of serious illness, makes a chemical nn nlysls of the patient's urine. He knows that unless the kidneys are doing their work properly, ths organs cannot readily be brought back to health and strength. When the kidneys are neglected or abused in any way, serious rejults nre mre 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 Therefore, it behooves us York alone. 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-Roothe great Kidney, Liver and Bladder t, One visit to our FRIDAY SALES will convince you note particularly the PRICES made and we sell the goods at these their merit. Just prices and we GUARANTEE the QUALITY and QUANTITY of every article. 0 10c Post Toasties, 2 boxes for Potato Chips, per box Puffed Rice, per box Sunkissed Oats, 2 boxes . Beans .. 2 pounds Butter 25c Cake Bakers Chocolate i 2 Packages Seeded Raisins ... 10c Package Pepper 2 Packages Arm & Hammer Soda .......... .15 .07 .12 .15 .15 .19 .15 Elizabethtown. will leave Mrs. Barbara Hodges shortly for Bowling Green where she goes to spend the winter with her sister, Dr. Kilia Howell. Fla., C. F. Morris, of spent last week with his Drother, John Morris. Mrs. C. n. Witt has returned from I'ass-a-Grill- 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 kiJneys require attention, and wish a sample bottle, write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-to- n, N. Y. Mention this paper, en close ten cents and they will gladly forward it to you by l'arcel Post. Swamp-Uoo- t is sold by every drug gist in bottles of two sizes 50c and 41.00. j 10c Heinz Tomato Soup. 15c Heinz Tomato Soup 25c Heinz Tomato Soup 2 Cans of Veri Best Pork and Beans for .05 .05 .08 .12 .19 15 VanCamp's Vegetable Soup Cans Sliced Pine Apple Arbuckles Coffee, per package 2 Cans of Merry War Lye Black Jack Stove Polish . , Armour's Star Bacon, per pound 3 dozen Clothes Pins Rayo Lamp Chimneys, each 20c Coffee, per pound 25c Coffee, per pound Irish Potatoes, per bushel 16 pounds Granulated Sugar .. 2 ..... 08 15 19 .15 07 27 05 07 ; 15 20 75 1.00 Hardware Specials 85c 10c 60c 25c 15c 50c 50c Dry Goods Specials .69 .07 .45 .19 .12 .39 .39 69 19 6 Ax File Blue and White Dish Pan Half Sole Half Sole Spools of Thread Hope Cotton, per yard . . .'. .25 .08 Jeffersontown. Mrs. Ada Meador, of Louisville, and Mrs. John Carr and son, John, Jr., of Elizabethtown, spent several days last week here the guests ot Mrs. J. H. Meador. Bob Rowland, his mother and Mrs. M, E. Cook, of Chvensboro, spent Thursday night at the hotel en route from Lexington and Bardstown. Carl Richardson and Miss Yates are to be married soon. Ben Clarkson, Mrs. Kemper and Miss Nell Clarkson spent several days the latter part of the week in Louisville. Mrs. Preston Foote, of Bewleyville, was the guest of her father, John Witt, last week. Mrs. W. T. Gregory, at her home near Garfield, will entertain the Wo man's Missionary Society of the Baptist church Friday to dinner. Miss Laura Tucker, of Mook, Is the guest of Mrs. Kelly Watts. Willis Payne is ill nt his home. Arvin Tucker, of Owensboro, is vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Tucker. Best Cougli "Three years ago when I was living Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days in Pittsburg one of my children had a Your druggist wilt refund money if FAZO hard cold and coughed draadfully. OINTMHNT fails to cure any case of Itchlnc, Ulind.nieedlntror Protruding I'Ue9fn6tol4day3. Upon the advice of a druggist I pur- TBe orsl application cues Case and Rest 50c, chased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bent lited htm at once A Sunshine Basket to An I find it the best cough medicine for pleasant to take children because it is Invalid For Christmas. Thev do not object to taking it," writes Any society or club that wants to Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa This remedy contains no opium or remember an invalid member Christother narcotic, and may be given to i mas, a sunshine basket would be beauchild as cobfidentlv a to an adult tiful. A pretty basket is decorated and each member puts a gift in it for the Sold by all dealers. invalid to open one every morning. This makes many bright and happy mornings for the one who must lie sick through the Christmas Mr. and Mr- .. Mrs. J. D. Aldridge, of Mook, lr vis iting her children in Bloomington, III. Mrs. Kate Snell, of Louliville, has returned home after a week's visit with Miss Leland Butler. Mr. pnrt Mrs. J. M. Grumes and chil dren spent Saturday and Sunday with Medicine for Children. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Macy, of Ephesus. bottle O'Cedar Polish bottle Liquid Veneer Mrs. Potts Sad Irons, per set 25c Aluminum Dipper 25c Knob Door Lock 50c Wash Tub ...... $10 Washing Machine, guaranteed for $1.00 Ingersol Watch 0 Carpet Warp, colored, pound Cotton, Warp, white, pound Colgates Talcum Powder 2 Cakes of Elder Flower Soap... 3 Cakes Colgates Shaving Soap 3 Rolls of Star Batting - 27 25 .15 15 10 25 .19 35 8.49 79 Millinery at Greatly Reduced Prices ' Make up your Mail Order from the above, send us check or money order to cover and we will send it to you any where in BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. 0 B. F. ...THE... BRECKENRIDGE Beard & Co. Lizzie Orendorf, of Webster, were the guests of Mrs. Jess Payne last Sunday. Hardinsburg, Ky. NEWS ...For... tr rid. ii Jim Holmes have to Irietds in Mad- re-i'- CHRISTMAS - Mi- -. C ill A'drtdge and bain Dear Mr. Bibbage: Enclosed rind e for which please send me The Five per cent discount on all cash I am formerly a News , ID. at Altxinder's sales autil county boy and it seems just Busy More, Irvington. like getting a letter from home. I nm Craven Smith, near Mook, lost now employed at the Eastern Hospital house and contents In fue last week. Your truly, for the insane. R. S. Pate is attending court in F. M. Hampton, East Haven, Richmond, Ind. are at home from a visit to Louisville and Bloomington, III. Miss Jennie l'a ne has returned from BaM'i ivrin,; wheie she was the guest of her sMer. Mrs. Sun Carilen. When babv suffers with crcup, apply and give Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at A little goes once. Safe for children. a long way. 2." and Mi. At all drug -- tores. A Christmas card imnouncin" the ift is .sent with every Home Boy Writes. $1.00 a Year 25c ::::::: 50c 6 months Despondency Due to Indigestion. It is not at all surprising that persons who have indigestion become discour- Here are a few j aced and despondent. words of hope and cheer for them by .Mrs. Hlanche liowers, of Indiana, I'a. lfor years my digestion was so poor UIUI 1 wuiu uuiy GUI 111C IIXIUCM lUUUS. I tried every thing that I heard of to get relief, but not until about a year, ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and got a bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them mv digestion is fine." For sale by all dealers. 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. BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, i Breck-enrii'gBreck-enrid- lc n.-xt- SAMPLE NEWS. J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: 1847 ROGERS BROS. "Silver Plate Silver Of Proven Quality Rich dcsitin and refined beauty in knives, forks, snoons and fancy scrvinc nieces arc not attributes of solid silverware alone. The skill born of lone experience has pro duced in the famous Rogers bros. silver nlate effects in pattern and design which make its name for beauty second only to its reputation for quality "Silver Plate that Wears. " Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all patterns. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO lucuuor lo M.ridea Britannia Co. MERIOEN, CONN. mi 's sales until December 10, next, at Mr. nnd Mrs Graham Jolly and chilBusy Store, Irvington. dren, of Cloverport, are visiting his I! rou Johnson, of Garfield, raised tht mother. He made boss turnips of llreckeiiridge. Mr. mid Mrs. Kstil Prank and Miss your scribe a present of two of the largllcssic Iirumfield were the guests of Miss I ever saw. One measured nineteen est Lillian Adkius Sunday. inches in circumference and thirteen Mrs. Katea Dowell, of this place, is inches long; the other one twenty-fou- r inches in circumference. The two visiting relatives in Uvausville. Misses I'ermilia Shellmau, Who can beat pounds. Cecil weighed lo that. lly. said they were an average of Weidmau and Myrtle Armstrong were the guests of Miss Lurley Peutress Sun his crop. Wilbur Keys has relumed home from day. Russell Dowell was iu town Sunday. Illinois, where lie has been for the past mouth. We are always so glad to see 1'riday I.ee Aldridge has moved to Henry come 011 account of Mr. Owen Laslie coining home from. Hardinsburg, where Gibson's. he has been attending school, but oh Touimie l'etch is very low wtyh how we dread to see Monday come, fever. when he has to return, Camilious Cook has bought part of the i . old Dave Ater farm near Mystic. Con Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind sideration $350. piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. Mrs, Ann Payue, of Mystic, and Miss 50c at all stores. Alex-anderpneu-monia Albert Grant, of I.ewisport, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Armstrong, of this place. Miss Maud Jolly and sister, Mary LoMr. and .Mrs. Pete Kobbius, of Colo-rad- gan, have returned after a visit with relcome in last week to visit friends atives in Cloverport. and relatives. Five per cent discount on all cash Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Ater, of Californ- sales until December 10, next, at ia, are at home on a visit. Alexander's liusy Store, Jrvineton. Miss Mamie Adkissou and Miss Aimer Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Peeckinpaugli, of Keys visited Mrs. Henry Gibson last Louisville, nre visiting relatives here. Sunday. Mrs. O D, Shcllman spent the weekWill Sliellmau, of Pheonix, is the end in Stephensport with her aunt, Mrs. guest of his brother, Prank Shellmaii, of Kate Cuuuiiigham. Holt, this week. Miss Irene Wcidmau, who has been ill Five per cent discount on all cash with typhoid, is able to be up again. o, DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: 8 1 a. in.'to 12 M. p. in. to 5 p. m. Always In offlco during ofllco hours Irvington, Ky. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 Business Mon and Shoppers Hunting Party. Card of Thanks. Edison Gibson, Shelby Conrad, Len We desire to thank our many friends Gregory. Clyde Hall and Henry Yeager for the kindness and sympathy ex- have returned home from a hunting trip at old tended to us during the illness and Springs.theThey Rice place near Tar left Monday and death of our son and brother. Jake turned Friday evening, reporting reae Family. Miller. The luck and no game, XXXXXXXXXXXXXX500000000XXX The Breckinridge Loose Leal To-- 1 bacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. We wish to announce to the public that we will be open tor business on or about December 1st, (the exact date you will be advised), and hope to have the hearty support ot every tarmer and business man in this and adjoining counties. 8 We have one oi the best equipped plants in the State, and our charges tor handling your tobacco are more reasonable than are charged at other points. We have the assurance ot the attendance ot a large number ot the largest buyers in the State, which will enable the tarmer to get the best prices to be had for his tobacco. It is very important that all Tobacco be classed well, as it will have to sell on its own merits when offered on THE LOOSE LEAF MARKET. Address all communications to, V a g tf-- The Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. FJT i-- - f . w. . HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY vwwwwwwwwwwv p. A FJ Vr V Jr. jri tr iftjp--. jrt . s ns mercury will surely destroy the senso of smell and completely deranfio tltu ,wliolo system wiien emerinff it mrouK" "Since brevity is the soul of wit, itho mucous surfaces. Such articles should ard never bo used eNcept on prescriptions And tediousness the Hrom reputnblo physicians, ns the ilamaKo flourishes, ttlicy will do Is ten fold to the eooiI you I will be brief." can possibly derive from them. Hall's Shakespere. Catnrrh Cure, manufactured by I1'. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surIn olivine; Hall's Mrs. Philip McGary and Miss faces ot the system." you get Mr. and the Renu-InCatarrh Cure bo sure Christine Hook are at home from West It Is taken Internally and made in Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TesBaden where they have been the guests ,Toledo. free. ftlmnnlnls DruecRlsts. Price 75c per bottle. of relatives. Family rills for constipation. Henry DeHaven Moorman Attorney where has returned from Rlizabethtown enough to be out on the street. he attended court. Judge D. D. Dowell made a business son, Mr. and Mrs. Warren May and trip to GarSeld last Thursday. gone to Irvington to visit. James, have Mrs. P. L. Davis, after a visit to Little Miss Pasty Dillon has here and Irvington, has returned to her home near Custer. Miss Lena Dies, who has been in the Mr. and M.s. Fred Jolly, of Kdtly-vill- e, millinerv department at B. F. Beard have been the guests of Mr. and &Co.'s store this season, has one to Mrs. Denulo Miller. her home In Bowling Oieen. Mrs. Miller DeHaven was the guest Supt. J. W. Trent's many friends last week of Mrs. W. M. Hatcher. are sorry to know that he is still conThe County Board of Education had fined to his home. He has the sym- business meeting last Saturday. They pathy of all the teachers in his suf- held their meeting at Supt. Trent's limbs-outwe. es pneu-monla. Beware of Ointments for HILL ITEMS Catarrh that Contain Mercury NEWS Mrs. William McCracken Dies Unexpectedly at Her Home Sunday Rev. R. E. Reeves Called to Lucile Memorial. SEVERAL OTHER PARAGRAPHS. Yoit gave on the way a pleasant smile And thought no more about it; It cheered a life that was sad the whi e That might have been wrecked without it And so for the smile and its fruitage fair You'll reap a palm sometime, somewhere. Dickers. i Mrs. Will McCracken, who has been ill for so long and bore with so much Christian fortitude her suffering, grew suddenly worse Saturday night and passed quietly away Sunday morning at On Monday her remains 5 o'clock. were taken to the Catho'ie church and from there to St. Rose burying ground fering. home as he was not able to go to his Mrs. Laricin Gibson arrived Saturday office. Allie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. milfor a visit to her sister, Mrs. Amos Mrs. D. S. Milter, of New Bethel, liard Frank, is spending the school holiBoard. visited har parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee day with her aunt, Mrs. James Tinius, who lives at Holt. Thursday evening C. L. Beard's Walls, last week. house caught on fire. The alarm was Mr. and Mrs. Len Campbell, after a The following are some of the county given and it was soon extinguished. men who were in town last week on pleasant visit to Maceo, have returned Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Sheeran gave a business: T. M. Bates, Free; S. A. home. dinner last wselc in honor of John Dodson, Custer; Will Moore, Fisher; E. Mrs. Hillary Hardin and Pate's birthday. The following were L. Robertson, Glen Dean; Will Gibson, have been visiting relatives sou, Julius, in the coun invited guests: Messrs. Will the Sample; Jim Waggoner, Hltes Run; D. Austin Pate, Mr. C Heron and Bate Herndon, Irvington; try. Pal Sheeran, and Mrs. Lonnle Mattlngly and Miss P. L. Davis, Custer; Sam Laslle, SamJames McCoy, of Holt, spent last Sunday, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. VI Pate. How old was John? Ed. ple; Will Cannon and Bill Storms, Gid McCoy. Rev. J. G. Butler, from Canada, preached at the Baptist church SaturW. E. Henninger, traveling salesman Lawrence Carroll and family, of near day and Sunday. for A. Wahking &Co., was In town Stephensport, with Mr. aud Mrs. Flood, from off the pike, and a large number of Mr. and Mrs. John Elder celebrated last Thursday. their sixteenth anniversary. Mr. and Two weddings at McQuady Catholic other relatives, from out of town, atMrs. John Akers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis church this week: J. C. Sills and Miss tended the funeral of Mrs. Will McJarboe and Jim Jarboe were their Elizabeth Mattlngly; Powers and Cracken. guests. Miss Lillian Sheeran. Rev. R. 15. Reeves, who preached Miss Annie O'Reilly entertained u Miss Kathleen Squires, of Cloverport, here two mouths ago, but had not com. number of her friends Friday evening. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kobt. pleted his ministerial work near NashMrs. Willie Potts, out on the pike, ville, Tenu,, has uccepted the pastorate has typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. John Matshall, were in of Irvington, Gustoti and Cloverport Presbyterian churches and is expected Rev. Davis and Mrs. Davis, of town Saturday. to take charge iu December. Somerset, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard. The little baby son of Mr. aud Mrs. How To Olvo Qulnlno To Children. Ed Beard has returned to his home PliimiMNIt Is the name given to an llurdeu, is reported ill with pneumonia. In Louisville nfter a visit to Ills par- Improved Uuittiue. It la a TattelcssByrup. pleas, out to take auddoes not ilibturb the stomach. Children take It and never know it Is Qululn;. ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Beard. For regular action of the bowels; Also especially adapted to adults who raun.t Daniel Davis, of Bowling Green, Is take ordinary Qululiie. Does not nauseate uor easy, natural movements, relief of concause nervousness nor rltigiuii In the head. Try 25c at It the uext time you need QuTnluc for any pur. stipation, try Doan's Regulets. the guest of friends. pose. Ask for original packace. The William Ditto has Improved in health name FKWUUNlt W blowu iu bottle. 25 cents. all stores. Beau-chamHen-drtcktrade-mar- I Miss Louise Moorman was the gi est of her parents Sunday. Miss Anna Lou Moorman is in Lou Beware of Men Posing As isville shopping this week. Miss Frauces Moorman has nccepted a position iu Louisville as stenographer. Agents. Federal Jeff D. Owen, traveliug salesman, spent the week end with his family. Washington (Special) The departMrs. J. T. Jones nnd Mrs. Joe Matment of agriculture lias sent a warning to cattlu. men to bewnio of men tlngly will spend Thanksgiving with posing as representatives of tho feder- Mrs. F. W. Bailey. al government in its fight nsalnst tho Miss Sallie Robertson is expected foot and mouth diseases. Reports to home from Texas this week. tho department say persons who claim Thanksgiving services will be held 1 to represent tho govurnnient aro apthe Baptist church at 6 a. m. Everypearing in infected states with body cordially invited. cures. Officials, say there is no specific euro J. M. Howard was in Louisville on for the discrso nnd that thi only way business the first part of the week. to prevent Its spread Is to keep well A surprise birthday dinner was given herd3 from contact with Infected ones. Tho warning cautions farmers to mako R. (i. Robertson Monday. These insure that men claiming to represent vited were: Mrs. Amanda Moormar, the department aro actually federal In- Miss Sallie Moorman, Mr. aud Mrs, spectors. Tom Moorman, Messrs Charles Rob Tho department of agriculture parEli Dean and Ferd Owen. ticularly cautioned stockmen not lo allow strangers to visit their stock or Cores Old Sore:, Other Remedies Won't Curt attempt any demonstrations of The worst cases, no nutter of how long standing, by Injections or otherwise. are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. cures relieves as thoro la great danger such persons I'ortcr's Antiseptic Healing Oil. ItDOc, at the same time. 25c, ?L0O. might disseminate the disease by car- I'ain and rying tho germs on their clothing. "In Infected territory," tho stateNotice. ment said, "It is quite possible that a All the and directors of man who has como In contact with stricken animals may bring tho the Breckinridge Fair Association are to a porfectly healthy herd. This called to meet at the Court House in also accounts for much of the spread Hardinsburg, Ky., on Saturday, Noof hog cholora." vember 28, at 1:30 p. m. This will be an important business Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly meeting, besides It will be determined The Old Standard general strencthenlm: tonic, at this meeting whether there will be a C.KOVIJ'S TASTKLHSS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria.enriches the blood .and builds up the sys- f.iir held next year or in the future tem. A tiue tonic. For adults and children. 60c All persons interested in the success and continuation of the Breckinridge County Fair are cordially invited and GLEN DEAN NEWS. urged to bo present. C. V. Robertson, Pres. OFFICIAL WARNING FOR SALE! 3 1 White Wyandotte Cockerels of the very host quality from Quality Mood lint. I'urc white. good shape, good combs, good red eves, rod cur lolics mid wattles, isoiic better for 1.50 to $2.r0. One l it) i'l'l' Hell (Jitv Incnhitoi' and one 110 Chick liroodev, used two seasons and is in good shapo, for!?:. 00. HERBERT HALL. PLEASE AGAIN TO DO NOT ASK US IK-al-s ADVERTISE FREE Mock-holde- dls-oas- o school socials entertainments, church and other nll'uirs for money making. Our advertisements tire tho Mime to us as Flour, Sugar and Dry Goods are to the morclmut. : : : : The Breckenridge News Posted. My farm and tho Osborno farm The death of Charley Moermau was Impure blood runs you down makes at Hopklnsvllle Instead of Leitchfield, you an easy victim for disease. For as stated last week. Ho was lo years pure blood and sou ml digestion Burold. dock Blood Hitters. At all drug stores. Mrs. Dee Moorman left here Monday Price ifl.(K). for Florida where she usually spends the winter. Remember tho Orphans. Kev, J. T. Lewis filled his regular apAll, who will ami care to, are requestpointment here hut Sunday. ed to send donations for the Mtthodist Mrs. Allen Pierce and daughter, Orphans' Home Thanksgiving barrel to Lucile, are the guests of Mrs. Robert N'olte's store, or to the church next SunPierce iu Louisville. day. Mrs. Frank Frn?e, Mrs. John 1). Miss Amanda Dean entertained Mr. llabh.tge and Mr. W. C Moorman, the aud Mrs, Ballard Wilson, Misses Mol-ll- u committee, will be glad to receive any Moorman, Mabel Howard nnd Prof. cash offerings. If any of the people 111 Raleigh Meador Wednesday night. the country have a bushel of apples to John Dean, of Owunsboro, is tho spare, the contribution for the home will he most acceptable. guest of C. W. Dean, aro both posted against hunters. No hunting allowed on cither place .IAS. S. T INI ITS, Holt, Ky. Colored Man Buys Five Homos by Saving Pennies. Master George, a eolored man at Hot Springs, Va-bought the fifth dwelling which he owns iu the c hired district of that place. He has been n caddie (here seven years nnd saves all the money ho makes lugging golf bags at a la cents a hole. , Use the Want Column THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BADBAGE. Editor and Publisher Lssuod Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 6c for each additiona insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso notify us. NO MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS. The srirl whoso letter was published in the Now York Sun la meriting tlint she had no money to buy Christmas presents, is oncgir out of a hundred who wiuits to give and enn not find a way. She writes: "Lust year as foon as Christmas was over, I began looking about for some wav to make and save some Christmas money. But sickness and other misfortunes blocked every avenue." Tho only reason a girl can give for not giving Christmas presents is that of crinnlcd hands and a broken suirit. If a girl has no health and not able to work and think, is reason enough for her not giving. It docs not take so much money for Christmas. The happiest srirl we know bought ten presents for one dollar. Girls who give the mnt at Christmas are tlio-- c who think the most, who put more work and time than money in their prcjcnts. A girl who has been ill of the white plague for more than a year, made many little gifts with her crochet needle. This last summer one girl has lived over and over the pleasure of Christmas by making presents during her vacation. The man who drops tho worries of his business at night and thinks of Christmas givinc. is the man who gets the most out of Christmas. The father, helping those dependent on him, in their Christmas planning enjoys tho season and checks those December bills coming in tho first of January. The poor and rich may enter into real Christmas giving it does The sweet spirit not always mean buying. Give what you have. of Christmas will make bright and beautiful every gift. THE SOUTH AND SUGAR. Tho Underwood tariff was tho least sectional tariff measure that has been passed in our times. Tho South certainly was shown no favoritism. Indeed in tho North it has boon bemoaned that the re moval of tho duty on sugar has ruined tho planter of Louisiana, Wo arc not concerned hero to arguo tho injustice to taxing every cup of coffee and every dinner pail that sonic Louisiana planters might prosper, but wo want to ciill attention to tho fact that tho pco plo of Louisiana nro not nearly so disheartened over the situation as their northern friends. Tho official press bureau of Now Orleans sends out the following: Tho removal of tho tariff on sugar has wiped out many fortunes in southern Louisiana, but a now era of development is bringing far moro prosperity to Louisiana than tho boll weevil and tariff have taken away. The new era of development is founded on substance and not on the false stimulation of a hypodermic injection of special privilege Taking tho "hypo" away from business no doubt brings its tempo rary suffering but m tho end tho business interests arc healthier and sounder. Evansvillc Courier. FAIR DIRECTORS' MEETING. There will bo a meeting of tho directors of tho Brcckenridgo County Fair at Hardinsburg next Saturday at 1:30 p. m. This will bo a very important meeting, as it will decide whqthcr wo shall hold a fair next year, or let tho proporty go into tho hands of other par ties and tho county fair be a thing of the past. This cour.ty needs a fair. It needs the stimulus that a fair brings to the community and to its upbuilding. It won't do to let it go down. Wo had a splendid fair last fall, considering tho diiliculties under which it was held With a good season, which wo arc going to havo next year, the old debt can be wiped out and the company put back on its feet. By nil Every director should bo means, let us have a fair and a good one. present at this meeting. - THESE BANKED PRUDENT" OLD THEIR MONEY WHEN THEYa WERE YOUNG Every life has its December! Have you got money in our bank? No sight is more pitiable than that of old people who, all their lives, have squandered their MONEY and reached the December of their lives, old, poor, HELPLESS. While you have manhood and strength, work and bank your money so that when life's December does come you can enjoy a GOMFORTABLE OLD AGE. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Always let your neighbors have wator; if you refuse them, you will never forget it. If the water they get causes your cistern to go dry, someone will be good enough to divide with you or it will rain before you are thirsty. When little children smile at us wo haven't tho heart to lain at tho school tax. com- Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. TOBACCO HOUSE THE FEMININE ENIGMA. START WITH ONE PIG. Get read to join the pig club. Through the University of Kentucky tho work of organizing jug clubs among the boys and girls of the State has already been planned and tho enrollment will begin not later than Januar. One good feature of this club is that the youngster who has at least one pig may become a member. Tho object of the work is to stimulate an interest in swine production. Our farmers, many of them, come to town and buy meat, instead of raising it on their own farms. The curing of meats at home will be encouraged if the boys will rai-- e more hogs. It will also show the corn club boys how to sell their corn through hogs. For further information about the club, write to Thos. E. Stokes, State Pig Club Agent, Lexington, Ky. We believe that many a boy will bo able to get a good start with one pig. While we know very little about hog industry, we hud an experience with fattening one pig for market. We made $1.50 on it, but that meager amount, under most trying circumstances, convinced us there is both profit and pleasure in hog raising. THANKSGIVING. Tomorrow we should certain be more thankful than over bes fore. Because our Country is the only power not at war; because the rich are giving extraordinar' gifts to relieve the distress and destitution which already appears to bo very keen in our large cities. While the war is cruel and terrible, it has brought us in closer touch with those beyond the seas. Tho world does not seem so vast after all, love and sympathy has brought us near to those who have seemed far away. Indeed tomorrow will be a real Thanksgiving in America. And many hearts will be grateful for a sweeter trust in first-clas- TOJPEN DEC. 1 Queer Incident of the Turkish Revolution of 1908. In "The Orient Express" Arthur Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Ready For Business By De- cember 1 -- All Tobacco Given Best Prices and Attention. FARMERS ARE GLAD FOR IT. The Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Hardinsburtf will open for business bout December 1, fully equipped for handling all the tobacco the growers They will have repre- brlntfthem. entatives of all the leading manufac turers to buy what is offered at com- can haul netitlve unces. their tobacco or ship It with the full assurance that It will be taken care of at the best and highest prices This house is under the management f home men of the highest Integrity nd business standing. It will be to their interest, as well as to the seller, see that the tobacco brings its worth. Get your tobacco ready, grade It right and rush it in for the opening day. It will be' a great day for the farmers of Breckenrldge county. Fatal Hunting Accident New Albany, Inrt., Nov. 23. David years old, mar Henrlott, twenty-siried, was Instantly killed by the acci dental discharge of a shotgun while hunting, seven miles west of here Sun day. x God. There are so many temptations that come to a man when itcomes to obeying laws the laws of health and government. When a man is tempted, he asks other men for advice and not being their own afComparative. fairs they can very easily advise: "It will never make any differ"Is there any truth to tho assertion made by scientists," asked a young ence, others do it, you are too hone.t to live, don't bo such a stickler." man recently, "that when n man nnd After all tho voice within tells him what to do. As Darrell of The a woman have lived together for some d Isles says: "And we will have as much fun as possible, but New Specifications time their facial characteristics assume wo must obey. Learn to obey yerselves. Yo know what's right, do similarity?" For Hickory Handles. a The man to whom ye Know wnat's wrong, do it not. ' it; tho question was Ble-:c- Moore. F. It. G. S., relates a true Incident of the Young Turks' revolution of 10OS, In which a woman plays a thrilling dramatic part. Herself a revolutionary and tho sister of Mnjor Enver Bey. she was the wife of Nazlm Bey, the sultan's principal police spy at Salonika whose assassination the committee of union nnd progress had decided upon. She did- - not hesitate to help tho murderer.- - She left the curtains undrawn where she nnd her husband were dining together and placed n strong light behind him. Then she sat waiting tensely. Soon the shot rang out But the conspirator had bungled. Nazlm was only wounded. Six weeks later the miracle of the revolution was accomplished, nnd tho committee, clement In their triumph, condemned Nazlm Bey not to death, but to exile, nnd would have exalted bis wife Into a heroine. But she. to Enver Bey's astonishment, proposed to go nnd share her husband's lonely exile nt Benghazi. "But, my sister." said Enver. "It Is unthinkable that you should suffer such a terrible fate. Moreover, tho innu Is un Infamous spy. who deserves death. Why should you share his public disgrace?" "He Is my husband." she answered, "and I love him." "You love him! But were you not already a consenting and even abetting party to tho death which was intended , for him?" 'That Is true. I was willing that he should die for the sake of our cause, but as he Is to live I shall live with him. Where he goes I shall go." So together the husband and wife went to Benghazi. For Sale Bgood BHill e One frame dwelling with all modern im- nrnvpmnnf a nn Hi.ili otfnnf in CWwmvnrwtv, V ., til m ... WllS ,. (F.UIVIUVIIKJ VM fill locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance payments. Also one cottage on in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights will also be sold on easy terms, two-stor- y 'f-m B Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, VarnishM Greases carried in stock. - es and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherhoit, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky ! Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon OFMCE TRENT & WALLS LIVERY STABLE PREPARED SPECIAL TO TREAT ALL TO ANIMAL DISEASES. ATTENTION GIVEN CALLS AT ALL HOURS. xxxkxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: II Through new specifications for ax, sledge, adz, pick and other hickory handles, the Panama canal authorities have recently purchased large quantities of this class of material for less than formerly paid, and at the same time are getting just as serviceable stock. The war department and the navy de partment, as well as the Panama canal one-fourt- h put was supposed to bo a scientist, hut he chose to regard the question In a humorous DR. R. P. KUNNECK, HARDINSBURG, V. M. D. light KENTUCKY "There most certainly is." ho replied. "I know a man who married a widow, and she was constantly reminding him of her first husband." New York Side Interests. HORSEBACK by Itsalf. RIDING. Missionary Rally. Irvlngton, Nov. 23. (Special.) The Methodist church was gay with flags and bunting on last Friday night, the occasion of a missionary review of the nations by the children and young people of the Sunday School. From the first note in the processional to the closing song there was not a dull minute. The gay flags and colors wrought out in the children's costumes made a brilliant picture and a strong missionary appeal. As the nations passed in review the leader each one failed to embody the perfect principles of truth and purity and brotherly kindness in the highest manner. The one banner which stood for brotherhood was the flair of the cross. The flag drill was well exe cuted and was a pretty spectacle. The members of the missionary societies brought up their pledges and a supplemental fund was collected for the be-fo- re It la a Sport and an ExeroiM In a Claaa When Oliver Wendell Holmes pro claimed the trotter the coming horse and the steed of democratic useful ness, be did not foresee the Invention Small blame to of the automobile. him. No one else dreamed of It for some scores of years thereafter, but the motor driven carriage has caused the learned doctor's plausible prophecy to go askew. By all present signs the coming horse, or, rather, the lasting horse, the one which will survive any amount or mechanical aids to locomotion, Is the good saddle animal. Horseback riding is at onco a sport and an exercise, which Is without a relative or a competitor. It Is like nothing else, and for one who loves It It can bo replaced by nothing else. It Is one of the finest aids to digestion ever known. The dictum of the old English physician, "The outside of a horse is the best thing for tho lnsldes of a man," remains true. With all these advantages the saddle horso Is likely to last till wo degenerate Into a nation of button pushers. When that degradation is accomplished It won't matter greatly whether we have any desirable animal companionship or Bot Chicago Journal. Breckenridge always has the Best Kind of Reading Matter. Be sure to get it every Wednesday. commission, have adopted these specifl cations, which were prepared by the for est service primarily for the use of the various branches of the federal government. Subsequently, however, they have been approved by the trade, both manufacturers and dealers, and adopted by several of the leading railroads. The new rules are the result of a long study of the subject,' covering exhaus tive strength tests, investigations of the growth of hickory in the woods, proces ses of manufacture, and market condi Under the new specifications tions. handles are selected according to weight, as influenced by the density of the wood, and they now include material which may be cither partly or wholly of heart-wooknown generally as red hickory. Red hickory formerly discriminated against in commercial grading, but it is now accepted, since it has been found that weight for weight it is just as serviceable as the white hickory. Handles which contain small sound knots or bird pecks, so located as not to affect the strength, are also accepted. man." "No, I didn't hire your friend." "Why didn't you? ne's an able "Well, he's a health enthusiast. Has to go out every hour for seventeen Inhalations of ozone, docs setting up to have a quart of hot water to drink every fifteen minutes. 1 fear be would exercises four times a day and has have little time for actual business." Kansas City Journal. Famous Doors. One of the most beautiful doorways In tho world is that of Magdalen coU lege chapel In Oxford university. It Is the west door leading Into the chapel and Is of Tudor architecture, with the statues of live saints placed In niches over the top expense. Visitors must remember that Magdalen Ik pronounced Maudlin college by the English. True to Traditions. They reached their seats Just as the fourth and last part of the movie play was thrown upou the screen. "Ob. goody!" exclaimed the girl delightedly. "It's Just like turning to tho last chap-to-r of a story first to see bow It cornea Wt Transcript SUBSCRIBE NOW 1914 NOVEMBER 1914 SMTWTF S Mlsi Ruby Hawkins, of Louisville, Is visiting relatives here. Miss Mnrtha Miller will be hostess to the Friday Club this week, in honor of her visitor, Miss SInry llricdcnbach, of Owcnslmro Mrs. Snllic Moorman has returned home from IouisvilIe. Mrs. Amble Williams and Mrs Roy in Louisville Berry spent the week-enshopping. Misses Ilcmicc ami I.clti Tucker nnd Miss Pearl Hall were delightfully en tertained Sntunlny night and Sunday by Miss Ada Polk and Miss Mnnorm Pleas ant at the beautiful home of Mr. rind Mrs. Morion Polk in Tobinsport. Miss Mary Ilnllmnn has returned to Cloverport after n pleasant visit to her sister, Miss Sarah Dallmau, nt Stanley. Miss Mary Pnte and Miss Louise Nicho'as gave a tacky party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nicholas Friday night. The guests included the members of the younger set. P. I). Plank is home from the South this week for a visit to his family. Mrs. L. H. Perkins was in I.ouisvil e last week. Mrs. David Phelps left Saturday for Versailles lo see her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Hunter, who is very ill. Mrs. Larkin GiWii is visiting in Hardinsburg, the guest of Mrs. Amos Hoard. J. W. Owen will arrive from the South to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Dr. Owen and Mrs. Owen. Mrs. S. K. Wedding, of Cannelton, called at The Breckenridge News office Wednesday and renewed her subscripWhile in town tion for another year. she was the guest of her son, Dr. Ernest Wedding and Mrs. Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Haswell attended the funeral of Mrs. Mcllenry at d OUR NAVY PLANS V 8 34 tfi mm 516 GIANT SUBMARINE Biggest and w FT a IV Ide Wanted Siluatlon Notice v ft plrntc notify the editor Niitf- - AUwrtlvr when you want advertisement discontinued. ANTED A Kltuntton a a cropper jerery llilnff (urnltliril !v the In milord. Write CIIIT Stinnett. lliirdlnMmru, Ky. mm 25, 1914 Fastest FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER Besides: Under- Cranberries Plum Pudding Celery Grapes Grape Fruit water Gratt In World. WILL ACCOMPANY FLEET. son, Addison, Ky. mm "Che tit our CLOSING 1rlieup; stock of Carmine or nny will tnl chIvc kind of stock In tmvnient. .Mrs. I 1). Addi For Sale HA 2t Breckenridtfe News WEDNESDAY, NOV. Entered at the Post Offllcoat Clovorport, Kj as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Twice ae Large ae Preiont Vessele and Design ComPowerful In Proportion pleted and Approved and Ready to Speed of Ask For Bid. Surface Twenty-on- e Knots. Barred Plymouth Rocks LK llnrred Plymouth Hocks exclusively. A nice lot of cockerels for sale clienp. Kirk Poultry I'arm. W. W.m Drown. Proprietor, 1C. 1'. 1. No. I, llnrdlns-tU r ft. Ky. Dealers Wanted The turkey will taste better the plum pudding will have a finer flavor the finishing touch will be put upon the meal if you serve Oranges Bananas Lemons Raisins Nuts Candy NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.C0 For For For For For For Precinct and city Offices County Offices State and District Offices $ 5.00 f 15.00 10 10 st Calls, per Hr.e Cards, per line All Publications iu tbe inter-eof Individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective October 18, will leave Cloverport Arriving Louisville No. 147 will leave Clovcrport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson. No. 142 1914. 12:10 1. M. 6:30 A. M. :59 A. M. 9:00 A.M. :15 A. M. Hartford. Miss Margaret Hum entertains the Wednesday Club. Mrs. Conrad Sipple opened the Woman's Mission Study Class last Friday afternoon at her home on the Hill. It will meet this week with Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Born November 22 to the wife of im personal Paragraphs About Pcopla Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns end Cities and In States That ire Far Away. Society Notes Knott Hardin, a daughter. Miss Virginia Hoben and Miss Kathleen Hoben, of Haidinsburg, were wedding. guests at the Lewis-Burk Designs Imvo been completed nnd specifications prepared in the United States navy department for n new nnd distinct type of submarine which will outclass submarines such ns the German cnss Just ns the first Dreadnought excelled the old type of battleI.rfl In f.iflt W'H WANT a v. ship. It will probably bo the greatest itlicrn Olilii. adjJt it t ml ry In V. tmwi In It? 'J'c ef EUbmnrlnc n float. Mrlnla, Nnithrrn In (Una an Kcntuci.e Ue on our lln of I.KU1& AI.I.KN The new craft will be known ns a 0 .d Jli rzto at: emol Tcs. Oi. c r V '.!. K I, fleet submarine. It will displace about iilfy the own0110 at ""S. T n IsMa u 'I clian e i, er jou 7o up; nl .1 1,200 tons, which means that it will bo for an rl.il:i-licAuto Ue.ll. r to Uke on a or for a t lino ol iMipulu. twice the size of nuy submarine now lll'sTl.ni with .1 little met- y u.s, I' ..king to lhet ami s liiK.n". V llo subma- Ir.ti a first laJ afloat. The nlni Is to build r, h fir I'.'il.ul s to the' I'm lory ltiprcs K. COMPAXV, .MOTOIW rine of high speed nnd great defenslvo power that will be nble to accompany Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio the American battleship fleet and never lag behind. It will be nbout 300 feet long, this leiiKtb being necessary both to Install the more powerful propelling machinery nnd to find space for the Increased equipment of reservo torpedoes nnd extra torpedo tubes. The new flot submarine will baro Its own wireless outflt nnd will have a cruising radius of about 3.500 miles at Ever' 10c purchase gives you twenty-on- e knots speed. It also will it chance to win a Ladies Gold havo rapid Ore guns for self defense Watch. and will carry enough torpedoes to sink n modern fleet of Dreadnoughts. Everything good and Bids for the new vessels will be openfor tho .... ed at the navy department on Dec. 15. The confidential plans and specifications for this powerful new craft are now In the possession of builders who including Fresh Oysters are at liberty to bid upon tbe design submitted by the department or to modify the design nnd submit bids acCome In. Try Your Luck on cordingly. The cost of tbe new type of submarlno will be about $1,250,000. Punch Board It Is to be built nnded the naval appropriation act enacted by the session A Clean Grocery My Motto of congress Just ended, containing an D-1 ' I 11 1 1 d 11 moni'v-nuki- n 1. CHASE & SANBORN'S "Seal Brand" Coffee Used By Three Generations J. C. NOLTE CLOVERPORT, 8c KY. BRO. Go To Kingsbury's andTryYourLuck Our GIFT Suggestion CYour Photograph as a gift re- Thanksgiving Table membrance 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. Brabandt, Photographer Will be in Hardinslmrg, Saturday, November 28 Phone 113-3- R OHie Pate spent Sunday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bishop went to Horse Cave Sunday to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eaton have returned to their home in Indiana after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Pate. Tom Mason, of Howell, Ind., who has been the euest of his brother, Will Mason, at Mattingly, has returned HAWSVILLE CLUB MEMBERS Will Be Ouests of Honor of The Cloverport Musical and Choral Club Monday Evening. appropriation of for eight or more submarines and carrying n clause that failed to attract public attention. This clause directed the navy department to construct n fleet submarlno of not less than twenty knots' speed. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. home. order The Breckenridge Christmas. Hrilat- imnv- - Treat your own self to a present and News from for Tha mntfn!flni Breckenridge News. Mrs. Harry Hamman and Mrs. H. D. Ross were in Louisville Monday. Mrs. W. H. Bowmer made a short visit to relatives in Hawesville last week. Mrs. Louis Jolly, of Irvincton, left for Michigan yesterday to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas with Mr. Jolly, who travels In that state. Missef Mamie and Carrie Robertson, of West Point, will arrive this evening to be the guests of Miss Bessie Arnold. Mrs. Eliza Webb, who is in Hawesville, will leave the first of January to spend the winter in Florida. Mrs. J. H. Wills will be glad to receive orders for dressmaking at her residence in First street on the East aide. Misses Florence and Addie Farleigh, of Louisville, will arrive this evening to be the guests of Misses Louise and Mildred Babbage. Herbert Pate was in Louisville Saturday. Clarence Bishop, who has been ill for the past month, is imdrovlng. Submarine Destroyer. Because of Its size, which will be that of n large torpedo boat destroyer, the new type of vessel bus been term An open meeting of the Choral Club ed n submarine destroyer nnd also as a, evening, given Monday be Giving destroyer uy laymen in tnc deNovember 23rd, in honor of partment familiar with the governthe Hawesville Choral Club, at the home ment's plans. But naval constructors of Miss Louise Babbage and Miss Mil and high ranking officers In tbe navy dred Babbage. Hours from 8:15 o'clock Insist tbnt it Is not u destroyer, but disto 11:15 o'clock. Mrs. R. L. Oelze is tinctly a new type of submarine, their chairman of the entertainment commit- word being a "fleet submarine," but tee. A reception committee has been tho whole Idea is that It will be able to go anywhere that an ocean going deappointed to meet the Hawesville guests, stroyer or the battleship fleet may go. who will arrive on the accommodation It was learned that both France nnd The members have England contemplate tho construction Monday evening. invited a number of the young society of similar fleet submarines, but were men and the guest list numbers one hun- keeping their plans secret. American dred. A musical program will be ren- naval officers say tho navy's submarine knowledge hns been so far developed dered, and refreshments served. that tho new submarlno will be superior to any one of Its type now being Lyceum Course. FOR SALE Good stock farm, 43ft acres on Tar Fork creek in Breckenridge county 6 miles south of Clovcrport. Has two dwelling houses, barn and stable. (So acres rich bottom land. Hill land good, but a little, rough. mile Tar Fork creek runs for along east boundary. Price $2,500. Subscribe for The Breckenridge News will N. B. CHAMBERS Cumb. Phone. Odd Fellows Bltlg. Owensboro, Ky. The Citizens' Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co, Will be Ready for Your Tobacco Dr. Jesse Baucum At The American Theater Friday night Edward Reno presents several mysteries in magic fire. Large sale of tickets expected today. At School In Virginia. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find enclose 25 cents for which send me the Breckenridge News three mouths. Training Manual Ernest McGary, School, Elm Grove, W. Va. Nov. 14. Personal Appearance? Man owes it to himself, as an animal, Avoidto keep himself able sickness is a disgrace. To be below par in the body is a misdemeanor. The cosmetic veneer over an enemic condition is a rtpulsive paradox. Temperance, purity, sleep, bath, exercise, open air are heavenly cosmetics of which no one need ever be ashamed. CANDY! I In Wartime. I Candy must be good to gain regular customers. This is the reason we secured the exclusive agency for Now itrllte the hour upon the clock. May lift the father's pride he broke, And wipe away his mother's tears. The black sheep may rebuild the yean; "Dolly Varden" Chocolatis Hundreds of customers, patronize our candy depar'mt regularly on this account. No argument about quality, quantity or prices. Anybody who buys a box of this excellent confectionery knows he Is getting his money's worth. Always an Excellent Gift for Her To him. the mark for thrifty scorn, Qod hath another chance to give. Bets In his heart a flame newborn Ey which his muddled soul may live. This is the day of the prodigal, Tbe decent people's shame and Brief. When he shall make amends for oil. Tha way to glory's bloody and brief. Clean, from bis baptism of blood. New from tha Are he springs again. In shining armor, bright and good. Beyond the wis homekeeplng men. contemplated abroad. In tbe British admiralty there Is growing belief that the fleet submarine will take the placo of tbe destroyer when tho new type has been fully developed. This Idea Is also held In American naval circles. The Idea of tbe designers of the new crnft is that the fleet submarine will be able to do in tbe daytime what the ocean going destroyers accompanying a fleet aro expected to accomplish in an attack on the enemy's licet nt night. New Craft Speedy. Tho new fleet submarine, which will bo twice the size of tho now M-- l type authorized in 1012 and 1013 and is to hnvo n cruising radius of 3.500 to 4.000 knots, will have mora than sixteen knots speed when navigating under water. The M-- l Is designed for a radius of about 3,500 knots and eleven knots speed on tbo surface and for about 120 miles at Ave knots under tho surface. Tbe new fleet submarine will have double tho surface speed and carry three times tbo under water speed of thoso previously authorized for the American or foreign navies. The torpedo defense guns to be mounted on tho new fleet submarine do not involve a new idea. All tbe latest submarines aro being provided with rapid Arc guus. These are not intended for offensive, but for defensive use, to drive off attacks by destroyers accompanying tbe enemy's fleet. Tho fleet submarine will not carry many more men thuii tho latest typo uow in commission. Hold Train Buy Trouteie. When A. L Bliss and It. W. Willis of Chicago nwoko In a sleeper at Ln Crosse. Wis., they discovered that their trousers were missing, together with watches, money nud railroad tickets. .Mrs. Bliss missed a traveling suit nud petticoat Tbe train was bcld until a clothing merchant could be, found to open his store before breakfast and supply tho two male travelers with garments to take the place of their pajamas. More than $300 worth of valuables were taken from tbelr bertha. 1 Ky. PHONE No. R Office Opposite Oelzu's Drue Store 2-- Dentist Cloverport, RESIDENT Monday, Nov. Vc One-hal- 23, 1914 V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency BERRY & MORRISON l 1 Cloverport, Kentucky DRY CLEANERS Four Suits Cleaned and rressea tor $l.UU per 1 have tho very thiii" the Tobacco Growers have been A Loose Leaf Tobacco Wtirehouu that every tobacco growing community has. Saves you about f of the Expcn.--c of Selling on Louisville Breaks. Gives vou a Fnir, Square Deal, at Homo where vou can SKK HOW IT'S DONK. You can make as many grades as you wish; it is placed in baskets and sold by itself regardless of tho number of pounds. NO CHARGE FOR STORAGE OR REJECTIONS and only L'Oe per 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 lino of buyers representing Liggett & Meyers, St. Louis, Mo.; National Tobacco Co., Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati Tobacco Works, Cincinnati, O.; Theodore Kirk, A. G. Roiglor, L. T. Preston and S. E. Rice Tobacco Co., representing independent tobacco manufacturers. BRING I month per member. lS YOUR TOBACCO. WE WILL SATISFY Y0U WHAT WE DO. YOU BY SHAWING Roff Items. Wesley Galloway has cone to Illinois. Protracted meeting began Friday niirht at Cave Sprint,'. We hope many souls will find Christ. Miss Eva Galloway entertained some of her friends Wednesday evening. Those present were: Misses Virginia Butler, Alma Conner, Verbal Hennln-t'e- r, Hallio and Alta Frank, Flora Galloway, and her teacher, Miss Nora Orlskell. After supper they took a hay ride to the church. We 'are still enjoying our Friday Society at Cave Spring schoolhouse. Little Nora A. Mattlngly, who has been suffering with a broken arm, is able to be with her little friends in school again. We will have the First Sale about Dec 1st. Will Advise Later For further information write to W. E. CRUTCHER, Secretary Citizens' Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Go. L. Vine Grove, Ky. Wedding's Drug Store, "The Ptnelir Sttre" CLOVERPORT, KY. tonight no tears be shedl With shaking hands they turn the ihMt. To end hU name among the dead. Slower of the army and tha fleet. ocnawber 9ber tell with proud and stricken fao Of hi whit boyhood far away Wko talked of trouble or dlsgraoeT "Our splendid eon la dead!" they ear. -- Katharine Tynan la British Review. Try a want rd. Today ADVERTISE NOW REIGN OF TERROR IN Lawless 1 MEXICO Bands Take CITY Control Farm THERE'S I and BRIEF DISPATCHES Hxnorts cxcluilvo of cotton In wnio $10,33.1,000 moro than In tho corresponding month last year. A fire swept tho main business block of Phoenix, Ariz., nnd caused losses ! Beard's Big Corn Show! December 8. 9. 10. 1914 Did you use as much as 100 pounds of Swift's Fertilizer in as much as 1 acre of your corn this last season, and did you buy your Swift's Fertilizer from us? These are the requirements that make you eligible to the Corn Show Having used 100 pounds or more of Swift's Fertilizer on 1 acre or more of your corn and having bought the fertilizer from us. of Capital, MONEY IN CORN. Minnesota College Expert Says Seed Should Be Selected In the Fall. estimated nt $300,000. Eight business houses were destroyed The Xew York police nro tflkln-- j wholesale measures to protect public officials nnd public buildings from ex pected attacks by anarchists. llrlgadier General Hugh I.. Scott has become chief of staff of tho United States nrmy, succeeding General William Wnlhnrminnn. tvhn 'na retlrol on nccollnt of nKC, As tho result of tho discovery of the foot nnd mouth discaso In Connecticut nnd Montana, these two states have been ndded to tho federal quarantine. This makes sixteen states and Cannda now under quarantine. The Prlnco of Wales has been appointed an nldo to General Sir John French, commander of the Dritlsh forces in France. Tho Southern Pacific eleator at Galveston, colntalnlng moro than bushels of wheat, was burned at a loss estimated at $1,000,000. The Dritlsh government has decided to declare the whole of the North sea within tho military area because of mine laying and the presence of subS00,-000 FOREIGNERS TOOK A HAND.L'.' SJCtUTJE; Not Until Representatives of Other Governments Renounced All Relations Witn the Carranza Government and Appealed to General Blanco Was Anything Done to Stem the Tide of Lawlessness. AKtins Callentes, Mexico (Special) In the past few .lays Mexico City has been experiencing the most turbulent period of Its existence, save only for the ten days' relfin of terror when President Madero was beslesed In the national palace. The censorship which has been applied to newspaper correspondents in the capital by the authorities now has been relaxed 3lneo Villa's army has advanced sufficiently close to the capital to open up frequent communication. Advices received from Mexico City state that tho city has been In a state of terror In tho past two weeks, wltli freriuent rlctlng accompanied by bloodshed nnd by wholesale confiscations of portable p:"perty, looting of houses Mid stores r.nd open robbery of people on the streots. The blame Is laid nt J&c doorg ,t tie Constitutionalist soldiery, who, knowing they were soon to leuvo the capital, save up all pretense of maintaining discipline or order. Civilians, terrorized, are hiding In their houses, and scores of places remcln closed, except when broken open by marauding bands. Protests by forlgn diplomats against tho treatment oi their nationals were received with promises that adequate protection would be given, but no protection was forthcoming, it 13 said, Finally representatives of nearly all foreign countries at present represented at the Mexican capital met and at the end of a long discussion renounced nil relations with the Carranza government, appealing directly to tho commander of the federal district garrison, General Luclo Blanco, to tho city. General Itlanco, having previously repudiated tho Carranza government and announced his allegiance to the now provisional government of Provisional President Gutierrez, rculled bv bringing Into the city from the suburbs 10.000 cavalry, leaving the defense of the outlying districts against tho Zapatistas and outlaw bands to tho militia. The regulars are now patrolling the streets and arresting criminals, rioters and Inciters of dls- Cur-.ranz- a s safe-tuar- who nro drawing ?(K) a day In wage!, so few that It would not take long to As n result n corn mention them. grower would bo decidedly surprised If ho were to be told that he could make as much, at least during one day In the j year, ns the very rich. To put himself In the millionaire class ouo day In the year nil that It Is necessary for this corn grower to do, says liny P. Hpeur, Minnesota College of Agriculture, is to select his seed corn In the fall. This Is not n mere surmise, for statistics gathered by reliable corn experts prove the point beyond dispute. The story Is not long nnd Is .simple enough for nny one to This Corn Show will be Held in Connection with the Breckinridge County Poultry Show at Hardinsburg, Ky. December 8th. 9th and 10th, 1914. There will be three prizes awarded: First prize $15.00 in Gold; Second prize $10.00 in Gold; Third prize $5.00 in Gold. Prof. Hendricks, of Lexington, Ky., a noted corn expert from the State Agricultural College, will be present to judge the corn. The following rules and regulations governing the show must be observed: No person is allowed to compcto for more thnn one prize, Unit is bo can mako only ono en- understand. yield of corn In MinneThe sota during 11)00 and 101O wns 27.4 bushels of corn per acre. Itascd on a cost of production per acre of $13.75, according to the figures taken from a series of farms in southeastern Minnesota for live years, this average yield barely exceeds the cost of producing It. A higher yield of corn must be if n profit is to be obtained. im-Nig- marines. The twentieth annual meeting of the National Municipal League and the twenty-seconNational Conference for Good City Government is In session at d try of ten cam. All corn entered for exhibition must bo tho property of tho exhibitor and grown by tho exhibitor. No entry will bo accepted from any person who has not bought from B. F. Beard & Co., as much as 100 pounds of Swift's Fertilizer and has used it in as much as ono aero of his corn. The three entries winning tho prizes become tho property of B. F. Beard & Co. No exhibits can be removed from tho show room till after 3 o'clock, December 10th. All entries must be in by Monday evening, December 7th and no entry will be ncccpted after that time. The corn will bo judged December 8th. Let us impress upon you to arrange your corn in a pyramid of tho ears by placing 4 ears on bottom, then 3 ears, then 2 cars and one ear on top and tieing them together with a nice, neat string. Neatness will help you win tho Gold. It is is the privilege, and more, it is tho duty of every man who has bought of us the re. quired amount or more of Swift's Fertilizer and used it in his corn, to exhibit 10 ears in this show. You should make an entry for several reasons, one chiefly to encourage the raising of more and better corn in Breckinridge County. Should you not want to exhibit your corn we earnestly request that you attend tho Corn and Poultry show as much during the 3 days as you can for it will bo a credit to Breckinridge County, and furthermore, it is the iirst step toward putting Good Old Breckinridge county on the Poultry Map. At this show you will see tho advantages of pure-brepoultry, the reasons why they should be kept pure, the essentials of proper caro and attention, and the immensity of the poultry industry. d Baltimore. MIs3 Anna A. Gordon of Evanston, 111., was elected president of tho Woman's Christian Temperance Union nt Its general convention, succeed ing the late Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens. German casualty lists just published records the deaths of Generals Alfred von Vrleler, von Lepcl and von Man-kense- Eight Inmates and two guards lost their lives In a fire which destroyed the Florida stato reform school at Mariana. It is said the Germans are turning out one Zeppelin a week at the plant. So far they havo got more than forty ready for service. President Wilson has begun work on hla annual message to congress, which ho will deliver in person at the opening of the regular session In De cember. The South African government reports that General DeWet's followers are disheartened as a result of their recent defeat and are fleeing In all diFried-rlchshafe- n I : J somi: cojiiNO si:ki cons-- . order. President Gutierroz, his cabinet and the members of tho convention, who are not with their commands, left last night for Mexico City. They will mako brief stops In Irapuato and Queretaro, but aro expected to overtake General Villa's command before Villa hlmsell enters the capital. EVACUATION General I OF VERA CRUZ Or- - I Funston Receives Final ders From Washington. Washington (Special) At a conference hold at tho war department last night arrangements wero effected for Final tho evacuation of Vera Cruz. orders for tho evacuation have been forwarded to General Funston. While 13 understood that a decision has been reached as to whom affairs at Vera Cruz shall be turned over upon the withdrawal or Funston's forces, no information on this point is forthcoming. Officials are apprehensive over tho arrival of Villa in Mexico Cit. At the same time they are reallv more concerned over the safety of the residents of Vera Cruz. Tho administrareceived guarantees from tion ha both Carranza and the Aguas ('alien-toconvention that full protection will be afforded foreigners at Vera Ctuz and .Mexican citizens who have aided tho American administration. It s THE WARDEN Keeper of Arizona's WILL RESIGN Prisoners Balks on Executions. Phoenlz, Ariz. (Special) Eleven men, six Americans ami five Mexicans, will ba hanged in the Arizona state penitentiary In outt day, Dec. 19, lor murder. Tlu people of tho state pronounced their doom by voting against the abolishment of '.ho death penalty Nov. 3, Governor Hunt said, and ho therefore will not Interfere. H, E. Sinu. warden of tho penitentiary, will resign. It !i said, rathor than spring tho trap which rill drop the eleven condemned men to death. TW0 ARE BURNED TO DEATH Flames In Darn at Fart Wayne Claim Victims, Ft. Wuynt, hid. f.T petal) V'llhlm years oi l. and Ilurtimw, tweuty-tlnet- i Walter Nouiuiui. twenty-twwr wax buined to death when an oil tr overturned In th lott of the b.it u at tho ifartmrn home, which the young Li' ti had fitted up as a altwpluK room, i otii bodies iveie found, after the flru had tieit uxtlnuulahtd, biirimd to uu unrecognizable crisp. o, Come The German authorities have notiSince the Items of expense Incurred by fied the American commission in producing a sixty bushel crop when charge of relief for the Belgians that compared with a thirty bushel crop, they will In the distribution so far ns plowing, planting seed, cultiof food for the starving. vation, husking, cost of machinery, Hostility against Austria is said to rent and other factors are concerned, be increasing to an alarming extent In j ' do not vary much It would be safe to noumanla. say mat nearly every uusliel over n It Is officially announced In Toklo a thirty bushel yield will represent that Japan does not Intend to send profit. troops to Europe. How Is this yield to be obtained, Itoger Hrcsnahan has been appointnnd what bearing does it have on the $i;uO w.igo? It has been proved by the ed manager of the Chicago National Iowa experiment station and others League baseball club. Seattle was selected as the place for that the yle'd of corn varies directly ns the stand, and the stand, needless to tho lrtir, convention of the Woman's say, I'liiinot bo better than tho seed Christian Temperance Union. corn planted. If seed com therefore An explosion in tho DuPont nitro- can be seetirecl which Is so much better glycerine plant near itomnson, ill., rethan ordinary seed as to produce u sulted in the death of three men. forty bushel clop where thirty bushels John T. Arbiicklo of Ilushvllle was were secured before this means an ad- elected grand master of the grand New Jersey is doing great work in the GO TO ditional profit amounting to the market lodge of the Indiana Odd Fellows. NORTHERN movement. price of tlie lucreasud yield. One perW. D. Foulk of Richmond, Ind., was son can easily pick eight bushels of Thirty-seve- n churches from Ridgefield to Chester, in that president of tho National good seed corn In u day. nnd this will Municipal league state, collaborated in a plan to get the lazybones out to worship In convention at Balplant approximately fifty acres. The timore. Pastor Cooper of the Crcsskill Congregational ou the Sabbath. Increase In yield of the seed produced church broke all records as the result of his forceful GO TO The railways announce that Increasforty bushels tut acre and there Is no CHURCH campaign. lie prepared a sermon that especially apreason why forty bushels could not bo ed passenger rates will become effecpealed to tho people in his section, where ho plays tennis on sumproduced would mean an Increase of tive next mouth. Stringent orders have been Issued to mer days and where he is greatly liked despite the fact that the not) bushels, worth at least $l!0O. This preserve neutrality throughout the members of the tennis club generally only go to church when someIs u very good day's salary. It certainly would pay the average fanner to put Panama canal zone. body gets married or somebody's new baby is christened. Thirty cowboys who wero being held himself In the millionaire class one Of course ilr. Cooper doesn't play tennis Sunday. But his In Mexico opposito day this fall. Sierra Blanca, congregation is composed mostly of commuters, and Sunday is have been released. their only day of recreation. They say they have just got to play PERMANENT PASTURE. It Is said the Germans are engaged tennis then. The pastor received help from an unexpected source. upon enormous military engineering Jack Young, a big Scotchman, is president of tho tennis club and Advantago of Winter Feeding Is In works to defend Uerlin. director of tho choral society. He delivered himself thus: Uso of Byproducts. Thomas Mott Osborne, the leading If a portion of the laud Is too rough prison roformer In Now York, has ac"AS PRESIDENT OF THE TENNIS CLUB AND DIRECTOR OF for cultivation or if the farm Is of cepted the post of warden of Sing THE CHORAL SOCIETY I CALL ON ALL MEMBER8 TO BE UP such a size that there Is too much land Sing. AND SHAVED EARLY NEXT SABBATH. THOSE IN THE HABIT for the help employed and not enough Tlie United Statea government has to demand another hand, It Is often placed a contract OF SHOVELING COAL, CUTTING WOOD, PATCHING UP HEN for the construction advisable to keep this extra laud In of s'x or more dirigible armored airHOUSES OR PLAYING ON THE SABBATH DAY SHOULD ABANpermanent pasture. On many largo ships. BROTHER COOPER 13 TOO DON THESE EFFORT8 THIS TIME. farms it Is better becatife of tho scarciThe British house of commons ha3 GOOD A TENNIS PLAYER TO LACK SUPPORT IN ANY 8UCH ty of labor to farm less Intensively and keep a considerable, urea in pasture. formally passed the vote for the supMOVEMENT AS THIS. THE TENNIS CLUB AND THE CHORAL Under such cliciimstanees feeding on plementary army estimate, which pro- SOCIETY WILL BE THERE IN THE FRONT PEW8 AND WITH vides for an additional army of 1,000.pasture should prove remunerative. 000 men. BOILED SHIRTS ON NEXT SUNDAY OR I'LL RESIGN." The advantages of winter feeding England has decided to send a diploconsist in the opportunities to mako There was a great turnout. Tho church was crowded. better uso of the byproducts, such ns matic representative to the Vatican. corn fodder, damaged hay, etc., and Vienna reports that so far tho Moro Jack Youngs arc wanted. ' Do your part in helping this troops have captured the better distribution of labor. In the great movement. western part of tho corn belt tho ma- 15,000 prisoners. GO TO CHURCH next Sunday jority of tlie cattle are fed dining the Tho annual meeting of tho Indiana late fall and early winter mouths, so Uepuhllcan 'Editorial association win GO TO CHURCH every Sunday that they may bo out or the way be- oa held at Indianapolis Jan. L'S. fore bad weather sets In, thus avoiding Tho National Grango at Its expensive shelter. A little farther J annual convention went on east, where tho disagreeable weather as favoring farm credit legislation. begins earlier, it is customary to rough Smokelets Breakfast Bacon. Tho chairman of tho Belgian relief TWO ARE BURNED TO DEATH tlie cattlo on pasture and stall: llelds Try cooking your breakfast bacon on commission announces that enough until December or January , when they In Barn at Fort Wayne Claim a plo tin In tho oven. Tula does nway aro put Into tho yards and fattened. shli s ulready have been chartered to Flames with all smoko and burnt grouse smell Ins re tlie prompt forwarding of any Victims. In tlie eastern part of tho corn belt In tho kitchen, and the bucon Is uniojnt of food coutilbutcd In Amor-- I cattle ii ro frequently fattened lu sheds Tort Wayno, Intl., Nov. 23. W'lllielm formly crisp. It may bo cooked two or barns. years old, and layers deep If you will turu It once llnrtmun, twonty-tlire'.'he Turkish government's oxplana-t''-- i Wultor Neuman. twenty-two- , The number of steers to lie fattened wor cooking. Ono layer needs uo that the act of tho port authort-- l burned to death when an oil stove war while depends on the quantity of roughage turning. Tub- fat from this la white ' at Smyrna In firing toward a available. If (hero Is a surplus of corn overturned In the lott of the barn at nnd can bo used for all baking. Wltb it should be sold or fed to hogs. On launch of tho cruiser Tennessee re- the Hartmnn homo, which the young bnlf the amount of butter It is good tho other hand, If there Is u slight defi- cently was merely to warn tho vossel men had fitted up aa n Bleeping room. even for cakes. Washington Herald. ciency It nmy provo more economical to keep out of tho mined harbor, la Doth bodies wero found, after tho fire I to buy a llttlo corn or other concen- r.'scepted as satisfactory at had been extinguished, burned to an trate than to dispose of tho rough feed. unrecognlzablq ' ! rections. to this Corn and Poultry Show and see what is being done in your county and neighborhood and while here make our store your head- nnnrtprs. ! B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. f New Jersey Tennis Club's President Insisted Club "Go to Church," and It Did L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies cz3orz3nonpji czj.ox Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, IOOIOIOO : Ky. IOJZZ) We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. 1 1 forty-'-k-h- roc-Dr- Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pay the postnuu both wuti on ull uuuklltffig fida. nr over. U'nrk liollverlen In taultury package!. Will credit you upon reference. Write Tor Information, lietter. till, lenu trial bundle. Officei t 625 W. Jeffer.on St, LOUISVILLE, KY. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS 1 o cli. Subscribe right Now v WINTER IS DREAD FOE SAVED BY GRIGSBYS Twiner's Pharmacy, Greenville, Texts, Send This Testimonial From s Prominent Grocer ol That Place LIV-VER-LA- BHfi X MR RflM RfRIR RPHSH 0HRE BIRES ISBISS jStSSKPIeSS 118 SSSHSIES ItHHS HHalBS 8H OFARMIES Its Effects Become Nqticable. HALTING THE CAMPAIGN Id March 0, WI4. take pleasure in savin? for pub lication that by the use my child was cured of a disease which Is correctly described by the recognized symptons of Biliousness, Stomach and I.lvcr Trouble and Constipation and resulting complications; and I com mend Its use to nil sufferers." D. L. PRICK, Witness. Mil. KIMBROUGII, 1)309 Stoncwell 'I X Mr. Klmbrough states further that three grans of calomel had no effect. Ills child, at the point of death, was a harmless saved by L1V.VER-LAvegetable compound with no Injurious relieves all elTccts. Liver troubles. All genuine bottles bear the likeness and signature of L. K, Qrlgsby. Accept no substitute. Is for sale Orlgsby's by KIncheloe's Pharmacy, Hard X, X ins-bur- g, FOR SALE! 50-Lig- ht Ky. ENGLAND MAKES Western Field Both Armies Are CARTER'S LANDING. Electric Generator! We are using the City Light and offer our Generator and accessories for sate at a bargain. This generator condition, is in first-clas- s and is just the thing for an individual light plant in a place where there is no electric plant. A 4-hor- S Exhausted. WAR Ill EASTERN THEATER OF Germans and Russians Engaged t In a Gigantic London Struggle. (Special) Tlio German has been stopped short, according to Russian claims, Petrograd Baying tho struggle Is most desperate, but that the Russians have gained partial successes. Some' confirmation of the Russian Statement is found In tho Berlin o filial report. This claims no victory for the Germar.3 and says plainly that the fighting Is going on and thero has been no change In the situation. Tho tremendous struggle in Poland remains the chief operation of the 'whole war, since upon It depends the Russian Invasion of Germany and the consequent slackening of German effort In Belcium and France. The Russians have In western Poland alone 1,200,000 fighting men; tho Germans have 800,000. Weather Checks Fighting. In Ihn wast exhaustion and bitter weather have stopped Infantry movements and are holding combatants to tno trenches. Sunday there was artillery fighting at Ypres and near Sols- sons, with no decisive result Paris says that the French artillery is much superior to tho German. From tho North sea to Alsace tho situation was "calm," according to Paris, while Berlin reports the situation quiet. Turkey is again active in the Black sea and the cruiser Hamldlch has bombarded tho town of Tiapes, killing Xour persons and wounding several. Petrograd announces that a Russian column ha3 progressed near Erzerum, which Indicates that the Russian withdrawal ended several days ago, and that Russia is onco more advancing in northeastern Armenia. Situation In Egypt j capitals are silent as to the sitAll uation along the Egyptian frontier, it is known that tho Young commanders planned an invasion or Egypt. Constantinople has assorted that victories have been gained over No word whatever is tho British. eiven out hero on tho subject. The chief feature of tho news in England was a riot in a detention camp on tho Isle of Man. It appears that tho Germans and Austrians wero Insubordinate and attacked their Jailers. In tho fight four prisoners were killed and one was wounded. For a long time there has been a report current that the German and Austrian civilians confined in suc'j camps resented their arrest very bitterly. Turk-Germa- n Ancient Monuments Destroyed. At Ypres, tho key of the allies' whole position in Belgium, and the town which the kaiser himself has told his troops must be taken at any cost, the Germans destroyed historical monuments, beautiful In architecture and rloh in tradition. The city hall and the Halles, anciently the great market place, lately a museum, crumbled un shells. Edifices chat 4r Germanyears collapsed In a sur few Tlved 600 minutes. Elsewhere in the north and for that matter anywhere along the battle line, thero is Uttlo fighting. Tremendous losses suffered' by both sides, the ex haustion produced by weeks of night nil dav flzhtinc and sapping, the sur ferlng caused by floods and frost have brought about, for tho time at least, a .situation which tho government refers ia laconically as "calm." The soldiers oh. both sides have kept to the trenches, having neither time nor energy for other labor than to make life barely endurable. j After rending in the News about the extra game wardens that were to be put on, causes John V, Gregory mid 15 Prank Carter to remark that they did Sends Diplomatic Represent wish they would put on a night force, as the boys are shooting and bagging their corn and pumpkins. ative to Vatican, Denedict ttldcr went out hunting yesterday. Killed four cows and one nreo- plnne. James Waggoner was out the AN UNEXPECTED PROGEEDURE He shot two rabbits and a same day. pumpkin. Roy Pate has n setter dog that will set Heretofore One of the Strongest to n biscuit. Resent the Papal Claim to Temporal On account of the high cost of living Power, the British Government Has Thanksgiving. Decided to Recognize the Court of paw will not have turkey Is going to butcher n turnip. the Hoy See During the ContinuDon't you know that Old Mule tried ance of the War. to break into the Winter Partners' Paris, Nov. 23. The keenest inter- Union during this cold spell, but failed. est was aroused here by tho announce- After the board of experts on eligibility ment that Great Britain has decided to examined his record, found all he had send n diplomatic representative to raised the last two winters was a winter thp holy see, to remain thero during sweat. Set too close to WKenberger's tho progress of the war. stove. It Is recalled that when the arrangeMr. Henry Pate and Mr. Hob Mat ments wero being made for the first international peace congress at Tho tingly, two small boys living in Clover- Hague, called by Czar Nicholas, Eng- port, set four snares last week. They land took the lead In objecting to the caught a wireless telegram. proposal that a representative of tha JOK MULHATTO.V, JR. Vatican should have a seat in tho congress. Italy took the same view aud Important. the plan was shelved. Both England Bear in mind that Chamberlain's and Italy considered that tho presenco Tablets no, only move the bowels but of a papal representative at a conference of the powers would be In a meas- improve the appetite and strengthen ure a recognition of the papal claim to the digestion. For sale by all dealers temporal power, which has never been Moorman. abandoned by tho holy see. Charles Lee Moorman, son of Hro. and A Possible Explanation. In speculations regarding tho reason Sister T. H. Moorman, of Vanzant, Ky., for Great Britain's present step. It is died November 8, 114, in Hopkinsville, pointed out that while the enemies of Ky., where he lived for past year. He England are represented at the Vati- professed faith in Christ in 1905, uniting can by thrpo envoys, those of Austria-Hungar- y witli Iilack Lick Baptist church; where ai.l the kingdoms of Prussia he remained a faithful member until his and Bavaria, tha allied countries aro going to be with his Lord. represented only by two, those of Every expression of high esteem was and Russia. Franco has not been represented at tho holy see since tho shown by his many friends of Hopkins ville. A great congregation of those separation act was passed. Another point which is brought up who knew him best, met the remains at as a possible explanation of the move the place of his birth, where he first saw is the political unrest In Ireland due to the light of day, and his body was laid religious differences. The British war with the many loved ones gone on be office has been making extreme efforts fore in the burying place of Grandto increase recruiting In Ireland, bin father Robertson. Nineteen years only so far has not had tho success which on earth! "As an handbreadth." Hut , was expected. the countries above men- he lived not in vain. Young men, his Besides tioned, and Spain, practically nil the was a life uorth while, and in his death South American republics maintain there was no defeat; a finished task in representatives at tho Vatican. Theso his Master's hand. envoys enjoy all tho prerogatives and "Sunset and evening star, Immunities accorded to nmbassadors And one clear call for me! and ministers at the courts of tho And may there be no moaning of the bar great powers. When I put out to see." "Twilight and evening bell, Cure of Croup. Remarkable And a.fter that the dark! "Last winter when my little bov had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber- And may there be no sadness of farewell When I embark." lain's Cough Remedy. I honestly it saved his life," writes Mrs. "For though from out our bourn of time, J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the and place his coughing phlegm and relieved The flood may bear me far, spells. I am most grateful for what I hope to see my Pilot face to face this remedy has done for hlra." For When I have crossed the bar." sale by all dealers. J. T. LEWIS, His Pastor. A SUDDEN MOVE 1 1 se- power gasoline engine will run it satisfactorily. I I The Breckenridge News f Cloverport, Kentucky Cumberland Telephone No. 46. OUR CITIZENS Fully Complied With. Bel-glu- DEMAND A Clover-por- t 15 Resident Furnished It. in Horse Power e THE INCIDENT IS CLOSED Turkey's Explanation Regarded as Satisfactory In Washington. Washington, Nov. 23. Tho order to tho commanders of the cruisers Tennessee and North Carolina to take no action in regard to tho situation in Turkoy without specific instructions from Washington has been modified by Secretary Daniels. The latest instructions to the commanders of tho warships are that thoy shall take no action Involving thf United States except in case of a real emergency endangering the lives o' Americans In Turkey, This modification of the secretary's order of a fow days ago restores 'o Captains Deckor mid Oman a part at least of tho usual discretionary powers which naval officers havo when on END OF INTERESTING TESTS such duty as tho North Carolina and Tennessee. The vo"luntnry explanaWashington and Paris Have Concluded tion of the Turkish government to the Some Close Figuring effect that the shots were fired toward Wnshlncton. Nov. 21. Announce the Tennessoo's launch to warn her ment is made that the long series of against entering tho mined and close" tests to determine by the use or radio port, is regarded as closing tho Tentninrrnnhv tho difference in time be nessee incident. tween Washington and Paris have Tho difference la Hawesville Minister been concluded. longitude Is declared to be Ave hours, Resignes His Pastorate. uvnnteen minutes and 30.638 seconds. The testa were conducted from tha Hawesville, Nov. a I, The Rev. C. E. aval observatory and the Arlington radio station hers sad Eiffel tower In. McLean, pastor of the Presbyterian Paris. The velocity of transmission church, has tendered his resignation as of these signals was found to be 175,- - pastor, to take effect April I, 1915. The second. Tne alliance os. Rev. Mr, McLean has been in Hawesville 999 bums k great cttvle between tho two polati for several years and It Is with regrets ,wi ausa. that his members have to give him up. There are few items which appear this papermore important to Clover-por- t people than the statement published below. In the first place. It is Irom a citizen of Cloverport and can In the be thoroughly relied upon second place, It Indisputably proves that Doan's Kidney I'ihs do their work thoroughly and not temporarily Read this carefully: J. B. Strong, Cloverport, Ky., says: "I had trouble from weak kidneys, together with pains across the small of Seemy back and through my sides. ing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended In the papers, I got a box. They quickly cured me and In return, I highly recommend them." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., Mr Strong had. Poster-MilbuBecause of Its tonic and laxative effect, I1ROMO QUININ1! U betterthan ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor Props., Ilullfclo, X. Y. LAXA-TIVrn F. M. Watkins Gasoline Engine FOR SALE At a Bargain a..1 rinsing in neau. Kememuer ine iuu name ami look for the signature of 1!. W. GKOVB. 23c. tr Mrs. J. A. Saudbach and little daugh parDon't Try To Save Yourself. ter, Anna Leigh, are guests of her Me- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Potts, of In the December Woman's Home Quady. Companion Juliet Wilbor Tompkins Miss Maud Mattingly, who has been writing the first chapter of her new visiting in Irvington, has returned home. serial, "The Roving Foot," with illustnt Mr. Herbert Ditto, of Louisville, has lions by James Montgomery Plagg, says do anything well if you been visiting His cousin, Mr. I. 11. Rich"You can't are trying to save something. If you ardson. Ilrown, of are saving your hands, you don't do Mr. and Mrs. Wallace good housework; if you are saving your Woodrow, attended church here Sunday clothes, you don't have a good time; if and were the guests or relatives. you are saving yourself, you don't put Rev. T. II. Henderson, of Somersville, things through. You have to dedicate is conducting a very successful series of yourself whole. " meetings at the Cumberland Presbyten-n- u church here. The missionary meeting of the Ituptist church at Harned will meet with Mrs, Tom Gregory Friday. The infant of Mr, and Mrs. Iva I). H. Smith is in Louisville this week is very ill with but little hope of on business, its recovery. Doc Sipes brought $53.00 worth of Miss Lydia Macy, after a pleasant visit trade to I, II. Richardson's store last to relatives and friends at Hardiusburg Thursday. Pretty good for one trip, and Harned, has returned home. isn't it? Mr. and Mrs. Proctor 1'ulkerson, of Pete Robbins and family, who have guests of her been in Colorado for six years, are back. Highland Park, are here pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Marr. Think he will locate here, as Kentucky Mrs. J. U. Harrison and baby, Carra looks gooa to him, who has been visiting relatives Mrs. Eva Dowell, of Ayershlrc, I ml , Frauds, again. who has been visiting Jier uncle, Coral in Louisville, are home Miss Effie Coleman, who has had Board, and wife, of near Custer, has re charge of the milliner department of turned to her home. Huf-fine- s, at the... NEWS OFFICE I. 11, Richardson's this season, will leave for her home in llrandeuburg Tuesday. Her many rrieuds are loth to let her leave, and are hoping she will come back next spring Five per cent discount on nil cash sales until December 10, next, at Alexander's Uusy Store, Irvington, Mrs. T. A. Gray and daughter, Mrs James Harrison, and Mr. nud Mrs. Ova Gray attended the funeral of Mrs. Ova Gray's sister, Mrs. Richard Adkiusou, at Custer, last Wednesday. Miss Nell Cashman will spend Thanksgiving in Louisville the guest of relatives. Miss Mary Ann Harned, who has been very sick with typhoid fever, is getting along nicely, and her friends are hoping for her speedy recovery. We are glad to know that Mr. Carlton Ater and family nre Imck from California, and heartily welcome the new baby boy Woodrow Wilson Ater they have brought with them. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertlcsof QUININE and IRON. It acts oil the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Mr. Owen Recovering. On Tuesduy morning R. W, Owen, who has been ill of typhoid fever at the city hospital, will be removed to his home. Mr. Owen's recovery has been rapid during the last ten days. Owens boro Messenger. Handsome jSpecial Prices That Willf PUREST 1 if mm SWEETEST WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY BEST Bob White Watches for Christmas If you want your friends to think of vou every minute In the day for a number of years, L'lvc them a handsome There Is nothlne as much company as a clock or watch, and a standard clock or watch makes a most appreciative gift. time-piece. Save You Money The wholesale prico 1ms incrensed on shoes since tho wnr but tve tiro letting our shoes go ot tho regular prices. Wo will not make so much per pair, hut wo expect to sell more shoes, nnd thereby take in tho sumo amount. I Kg Wi Sid ONLY GOOD MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Extra Fancy Self Rising Snow Drift, First Patent Is W miD Drum Stoves, Stni-P-s 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 more than the rest Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. IT I ODCTTAI inch DDTr'lTC ..... Ml m nnini 22 2G !50 2.00 2 H4 IWH Watches For Men Besides clocks I have a line of splendid watches, certified and adopted by all the leading railroads. My watches are timed, adjusted and cased by me, insuring perfect service. ..... f'nilinrv Pnniitv nnrrnll. KOn til nm We have a complete lino oi iiaruware ana nnd I Inrness at lowest prices 'fffl inch Drum Stoves, inch Drum Stoves. Cook Stoves, $2.50 to Iron Hoofing, per squaro. uaivamzcu nouinig, pur piuiu....... Rubber Kooling, per roll, .fi.iis to.... Taned Roofing, per roll. Roofing Paint, per gallon 20c to. .34 nch It is best, costs no why not use it? 2.50 4.00 M 18.00 2.25 .... .: . Hardinsburg, Kentucky z.zo ma .80 Ml 1.25 .75 m KM THE OLD RELIABLE m Wi II J. J. I Mrs. M. 'A. McCubbins, Stephensport, Ky. L. D. FOX, Manager i Breckinridge Bank. Does a Stric.tly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong ' Watches for Women and Misses Pendant Watches, Bracelet Watches and Watches for Pins and Fobs. Filled and Roman Gold, l.k Gold. Gold Urlskell spent the week end In Louisville with his family. DANGER IN MEXICO Americans Are BUSY DAYSAT Producing KIRK and Their Interests Regular Vest Filled Chains, Coat Lapel Watch Chains make Chains, Silk Watch Fobs. Women's Cold Hogs and Poultr- yFarms Rented Two Brothers El Paso special: Protests against turning the port of Vera Cruz over to III of Typhoid. tho Carranza government aro being Tate went to Owensboro made by representatives of the Gutier rez nnd Villa factions in Mexico. Tho protests are being supplemented by protests of Americans having interests In Mexico. From Aguas Callcntes reports were received of a vigorous protest, which amounts practically to a threat that If the port is turned over to the Carranza faction It will bo re garded as evidence of favoritism nnd the Villa supporters will withdraw the protection they have been giving American interests. It is said that Villa is especially disturbed over the prospect of having Carranza secure Vera Cruz Just when the Villa army is about to assault Tamplco. Amoricans coming out of Mexico say It will be disastrous to American life and property In Mexico for the port of Vera Cruz to bo given into Carranza's hands upas It would cause an rising in territory where Americans for some time have enjoyed protection. Carranznlstas on tho border aro elated over the announcement that tho American troops will withdraw shortly. It Is held by the Carranza supporters that with Carranza In possession of Vera Cruz It will be possible f6r him to make a successful campaign against Villa by enabling the Carranza army to get abundant ammunition and food supplies. With Vera Cruz In Carranza's hands It Is held that Villa could not hold Tamplco for any length Threatened, When in Need of Anything Come to us THOMAS M. OSBORNE Prison Reformer Accepts the Position as Head of Sing Sing. Attractive (lifts Beside of :::::: I 0 Monroe Thursday. Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran has rented her farm near this place to M. L. Conk- wright, of Kingswood. She gets $600 cash rent. W. W. Brown is feeding three hogs which weigh now over 1,000 pounds. Mr. Brown is also a very successful watches beautiful have a line BE WISE! AND TRADE WITH US Below we Quote a Few of Our Many Bargains Best cane Granulated Sugar, per lb., only... 6c Best pure hog Lard, per lb., only 12c Good compound Lard, per lb., only 10c Good 15c Coffee, per lb., only 12ic 7 Bars Clean Easy or Big Deal Soap 25c 3 boxes Matches 10c Best Hoosier Factory Cotton, yard, 5c Best 6c Calico, yard, 4JC Clark's O. N. T. Thread, per spool 1711 4c A.splendid lot Men's!, Women's und Children's Shoes; these shoes aro from our tegular stock; special price, nn only a pair OliUU By selling for STRICTLY CASH it enables us to under- 0, LOCKETS for small girls Solid Crosses. Charms and Pendants for Younger Women Gold poultry raiser. L. Rhodes is feeding w head of hogs, one in the lot weighs "00 pounds. War ren White is feeding 22 head, and Alvin Withers --M head, and number of other small lota, so Kirk will have plenty of hog and hominy this winter. Percy and Isadore McGary are ill of typhoid fever. Henrv Rankins has sold his farm of Mr. 50 acres to David Rhodes for G00 Rankins wants to rent a small farm. ' LCIEWB JEWELER HARDINSBURG. KY. i ai Fort Wayne Safe Blown. Fort Wayne, Intl.. Nov. 23. Tho safp In thd Knox - and store locattho heart business district J. B. Hartlawav, cf Springfield, III., ed In dynamited of tho moro was and than SfiOO has been visiting Mrs. Sue C. Jolly " was stolen. An automobile was stolen ). Ashcraft, Miss from lu front of the Commercial club Mr. and .Mrs. J. Maurine Ashcraft rind Mrs. C. J. Car shortly after midnight, and It la benegit! were in Louisville last week lieved by the police that tho thieves of time. Five per cent dbcmiut on all cash used the machine In escaping fiom tho The truce declared to have been arcity. fa sales until l)ec. 1(1, next, at Alexander's ranged by the Aguns Callcntes convenBusy Store, Jrvington. tion and the Gutierrez government is Death Due to Natural Caus;s. Photo by American Press Association. Fairleiah Iloruilou spnt the week Peoria, 111., Nov. I'.'i. The coroner's not expected to prevent fighting during tho twenty days designated. Villa Thomas Mott Osborne, tho loading Jury hearing tho evidence Into tho end in Jtraudunburg. acdeath of K. F. Baldwin, editor of tho Is continuing to move his army toward prism reformer In New York, has Mr-Nannie J. U'aihen is home after Peoria Star, returned a verdict that Tamplco and advices from tho south cepted the pest of warden of Sing several weeks ttay iu Indianapolis ami ho had como to his death from uremic say ho Is meeting with practically no Sin:,'. Louisville. poiFcnlng. It held that the Wows rc- - opposition. Carranza forces, It Is said, Mr. and Mrs. Ihiynts Trent have oil on at the hands of Glle3 aro being concentrated at Queretaro, COLORADO IS TIRED h.iu for their gtte.sts Mr.s. Davis ami Keltlil '. a young attonicv. uv Fred ind both factions arc continuing acFaber wore Iu no way contributory to tive preparations for battle. Daniel Davis, of Cust-jr- . OF FEDERAL TROOPS Miss .Mary Kdna Crouch, of Louis- his death. Do It Now Subscribe Today ville, is the KUest of Miss Margaret 5. O-'."! sell others-- . Highest Cash Prices Paid for Produce. H. WILSON & CO., 0 Our Business is Fine Glen Dean, Ky. 0 No Hard Times Willi Us. PICTURES A AS GIFTS. Conniit. Thanksgiving services will be held at the Baptist church at 10 a. m. Forre t Stith attended the funeral of his lather, Itillie Stith, in Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. Louise Newman, of Cecilia, was a visitor at Sunrise Slope Thursday. Leo Kins left Wednesday night for II tcliitisou, Kansas. Mr and Mrs. Nat Crouch relumed to Louisville Tuesday after a visit with Mrs Adele Conniil Lot) Cowley. Mrs. Sue Simmons und Miss Kula Neafus attended the funert i of Miss Fanuie Mae biniinons, ot Brandenburg, Wednesday. Miss Keba Bowling was hoste s to the Garden Club Saturday afternoon. Miss Geornetta Hawes, of Versailles, has been visaing her uncle, D. O. Money Saver! 5 per cent, discount on all cash sales until De- Brite. Miss Ulizabeth Crider left Friday for a visit to Miss Cornelia Wortham, of Louisville. Mrs. L. It. Jolly spent the week end with Mr. and Mtn Bert Cunningham, ofChenault. Shu will leave Wedues-da- y for Flint, Mich , to joiti her L. 11. Jolly. Mrs. J. B. Hlggs, of Louisville, spent Sunday wit.i her husband, J, 1). Wggs. Mrs. T. K. Blytlie nnd children are visiting near Cluverport. bus-ban- cember 10, next. Alexander's Busy Store Irvington, Kentucky. picture need not be expensive to lie beautiful. The stores are selling copies of the best pictures by great artists and copies of pictures valuable for their tender, uoble sentiments or for pleasing colors. The frames are uiado of odds and euds of stained or polished molding ami are iu good tnstc. If you took some Interesting snapshots last summer of your holiday State Will Reassert Its Sov trips or of your home, which you would like to send to relatives at u distance, mount them on the regular photograph ereignty. cardboard, which may bo bought for 8 cents n dozen up. Fasten them together lu u long strip by running n narrow Denver, Nov. 23. Within forty-eigh- t hours It Is expected that Governor Am ribbon through boles made in the lownions will ask President 'Wilson to er comers of the mounts. When hung withdraw tho federal troops from Col in a long strip on the wall the picorado and follow this with a proclama tures add beauty to that particular cortion to the effect that tho stato has de ner of the room and giro pleasure to termined to excrciso Its sovereignty In the beholder. To mount a water color picture on tho strlko zone. Tho report of tho legislative Inves thin cardboard for framing cut the tigating committee was presented to mat the desired size, place the picture the governor Sunday and in It tho leg- back of It and use a number of strips islative commltteo calls on Govornor of paper to join the corners to the Amnions to take tho responsibility of thlu cardboard. Passe pnrtout is excelmaintaining peaco in tho state, to dis- lent for the purpose, or the mat mamiss tho federal troops and to notify terial may be used, It will not wrinkle all mon that thoy are, un the cardboard, nnd pictures so arrangder tho law, reservists of tho state ed may bo carefully rolled, placed In n tube and Rent by mall. mllltla. When making picture mats, calenAt a banquet to the national guard Saturday night Governor Ammons and dars, booklets and other articles of Governor-elec- t Carlson both niado ref- soft cardboard a blemish will someerence to tho strike, calling tor a times occur which Is dllllcult to redeclaration for a united citizenship in move. Dy rubbing the spot with bread tho interest of the stato. Carlson In- It will disappear. The bread should timated that In tho case of lawless lie fresh and not dry. A putty made characters, deportation will be resort- with flour and ammonia Is often used for cleaning white mats. ed to. While the stato Is preparing to refill n control of the strlko situation, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weatherholt, of the United States Industrial relations committee- will open an investigation Princeton, are spending Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. of the trouble beginning Dec. 1. able-bodie- d - J: Special Prices On Best Granulated Sugar 0c lb. Good Coffee, 121c lb. Best Grade Compound Lard 10c 3 Packages Rolled Oats 25c 3 Cans Tomatoes 25c Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Received Every Week Best Tiger Brand Overalls, per pair Nice Line of Men's Shirts A $1 Nice Line of Shoes, Hosiery and Notions I5?"AII Kinds of Ammunition for the hunters R.W.JONES GLEN DEAN, KY. I m goods- - uatronnire solleitpil anxious for you to give my My new store is open. Vour a iriai. What New Friends Do to Us. David Grayson, author of "Adven. beginning his new novel, "Hempfleld," in the December American Magazine says: "When we let new friends into our lives we become permanently enlarged and marvel that we could ever have lived In a smaller world," turesln Contentment," c