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The Breckenridge news: December 9, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914120901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 9, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 23 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. Three Big Days at Hardinsburg This Week. Poultry Jriow Beard's Corn and Tobacco Show and Loose Leaf Owning City Council. The City (Jounsil nio.t in roirular session Monday night, Mayor Ilamnmn piesidinir. Claims unci accounts and salurifs were ullowoj. Picture show Iicchmj were raisud from 50 wins to Si. 00 a nijrht, Sacred Cantata Rendered With cflcetive January I. Tax Collector L. V. Chapin reUnusual Merit at the MethoG5; .so ports' tax collections dist Church Sunday Evening there is plenty of money in tlio treasury, and over 810.000 in the ESTIMATED ATTENDANCE sinkiii: fund. 350 They meet again December 21 to wind up the year'!) luisines-- MUSIC OF BEAZLEY AN EXPLANATION. TO THE PUBLIC Having been n student at the American College, Louvain, Belgium, I nm in receipt of an urgent appeal from the llelicf Committee of that stricken city, to come to the aid of its starving inhabitants. In case you desire to make a donation for a certain district in that unhappy country, in preference to giving to the General Belief Fund, this will bo a jrood opportunity for you to earn' out your wish. Please to leave your oHerings, great or small, with Mr. Paul Lewis, cashier of the Bank of Cloverport, who will forward them promptly to the Presidents of the Belief Society, Monsieur A. Nerincx, provisional Mayor of Louvain, and Mgr. ,1. Do Becker, Professor at University of Louvain. . 5403JUNDS Of . The sacred oratorio vah," given Sunday cantata, "Jehoevening in the Methodist church was music of delightful character and rendered with unusual merit. The libretto is by Laurence High field and music by Samuel W. Beazley. There was such n large audience that those present wondered who stayed at home. The Rev. W. C. Frank opened the program with the invocation and the Rev. E. O. Cotrell closed it with a prayer. Rev. Cottred prayed with gratitude for the music of nature, but most of all for the gift of song. An of fering of $n.oo was taken up, which will go to cover the expenses. There was nothing but enthusiastic , . .. ,vvpraise tor the music, wiucti giauaeueu the hearts of all. Mr. Ira D. Behen was director, the pianist was Miss Lula Severs. Those who sung were: Mrs W. C Frank, Missel Edith Plank, Margaret Burn, Ray Lewis Heyser, Mildred Cleona Weatherholt, Mrs. J. Proc tor Keith, Misses Susie and Rosa Newton, Mrs. G. R McCoy, J. Proctor Keith, Emmett Edmonson, John A. Burn, W. A. Roff, William Mitchell, Vivian Vierce, Lafe Behen, G. R. McCoy, Marion Denton and Ira D, Behen. taxes due the State, lie paid tho State over $25,000. and was the fifth heriir in the Statu to settle. SPOILED BY Settles With State. Shenir A. T. Beard went to Frankfurt and got m fjuietus for PROSPERITY ... ... Home Broken Up When the Money Began to Come. New York, Nov. 30. Another case similar to that of W. E. Corey and his wife was revealed In the testimony of Mrs. Margaret Robinson In her suit toi J. YS; HENRY. BIG The reason that tlie trained nurse was not placed in llreckenridge county this fall is, as we have been informed by Mr. French, Secretary of Tuberculosis Commission of Kentucky, that the nurse, who was to have been sent to this conn-ty- , had to go to the hospital for an operation, and in another field he thought one nurse would be enough, but the work demands two, therefore, there was not any nurse to send to llreckenridge county Hut he says he will have one for this county next spring, and the .spring will be as good a time to start the work as this fall. All the money, which amounts to I26 56 is 011 deposit at the Cloverport Hank. J. I). HERNDON, President, Health League of llreckenridge county. W. C. FRANK, Secretary and Treasurer, Health League of llreckenridge county. Poultry Shipped in November By S. H. Davis, of Harried Pretty Showing For One Mer. chant. Harnkd, Ky., Dec. 5, 1O14. The following was shipped by S. H. Davis during November: Hens, lbs 3314 Old roosters, lbs Ducks, lbs Geese, lbs Turkeys, lbs Cases of Kegs Number of rabbits "iVi Aqi. 2:13 2550 Civil Service Examination To Be Held at Kirk SALES Hah-bage- separation against her husband, Ernest Robinson, superintendent of the U. S. Metal Products company, before 433,010 Pounds of Tobacco Go Judge Newburger. At General Average of $7.74. "Because," she testified, "my husband claimed I was uneducated, thick, and did not know how to converse, ho turned to more polished women ac- RECORD FOR LEAF $13.70. quaintances when he became prosperous. He told me I had no taste, and Ovvonsboro, Ky. Dec. 8. - There when he permitted me to buy a gown were he picked out some other woman to ac- sold 433,010 pounds of tobacco at the Lancaster Loose Leaf company me." Mrs. Robinson wa3 awarded $25 a warehouse on Monday. Tne genThere week alimony and $200 counsel fee, eral average was $7.74. pending a suit for separation on the was not a rejection of a basket of ground of abandonment. tobacco sold during the day. ARGUMENT OVER THE WAR sold from $12 to The Kentucky Oat Crop For 1914 Washington. D.C., Nov, The 19i4 oat crop op Kentucky will amount to approximaty 3,311,000 bushels' compa red with a total yield of 3,16S,000bush els last year, according to estimates given out today bythe Crop Reporting Board of the United Slates Department of Agriculture. The acre yield this year is 21.5 bushels, and the product Is bringing the farmers around SI cents per bushel. Last year the average price! was 52 cents per bushel. The oat crop of Csntlnental United States this year is estimated at l.l.'iO, 755,000 bushels or about 15,000,000 bushels more than last season's yield. The average yield per acre in 1014 for the entire naton was 2!) 0 bushels and 29 0 bushels in 1913. Kitty Of As beautful HILL ITEMS Kirk, Ky., Dec. 1, IOI4 The U. S. Chil Service Commission will hold an examination at Kirk Ky on Saturday Jan 9 1015 for the benefit of Applicants for the post office at said place to take the place of John E resigned. Mor-nar- ch Is Miles Prescott Here? Where am I going to? Never mind; Just follow the sign board that says: Dear Mr. Bibbage: Do you know "He kind," whether Miles Prescott has been there And do the duty that nearest lies and do you know where his father For that is the pathway to Paradise. lives If you do I wish you would write Ella Wheeler Wilcox. and let me know, as he left two weeks ago and I dont know where he has Attend the opening of the I'resbyteri-a- n gone to' Yours, Mrs. Emma Prescott, Bazaar this afternoon at Seaton's of- Slater Iowa, Novemor, 29, Igt-fice, adjoining llreckenridge News, at 2 o'clock. Gold Fish Go Quickly. Layton Furrow has moved into Con. The seventy-twbowls of gold fish Sippel's house. put on sale to introduce the I'enslar Mrs. Hillary Hardin and sou, Julius, liver pills at Wedding's drug store went have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Mike quicker than anv sale ever advertised. Hendrick's, where they had a most de- Seventy bowls, two fish in a bowl, were lightful visit. sold Friday. Mrs Garfield Tucker, of the country, Gold fish were brought to Europe from has been called to assist in nursing and China and in the last twenty-fiv- e years be witli her mother, Mrs. Armstrong, have been very popular in the United who is ill at the home of her daughter, States. In every home in China can be found a bowl of gold fish. They are Mrs. Frank Storms. Mrs Howard and Mrs. Fella, of Ad- pleasant little water creatures to look at dison, spent last Thursday in town, the and are soothing to the nerves. guests of Mrs. Wood. NOTICE. T. R. Berry has moved into the property vacated by Mr. ami Mrs. Election of officers of Cloverport Daugherty, who, for the present, are at Chapter No. 163, O. 15. S., Thursday' Uie Satterfield home until a house can be night, December 10. Members requested, secured at New Boston, where he is em- to attend ployed. Found Dead Many of the friends of Mrs. Mary Willie Nevitt was found dead near hit Dunn, of Tulare, Col., will be glad to learn that she is somewhat better, after home at Krymiru last week. He had been hunting. His parents are Mr. and undergoing a critical operation. Will McCracken, who has been at MrsGave Nevitt. He was 1" years old. home for the last two weeks, has reStroke of Paralysis. turned to his work. The friends of Mrs. William Hall regret to hear that she has recently suffer., She is in a, ed a stroke of paralysis. PRETTY HOME WEDDING. critical condition at her home at Webster. Allss Nolle B. Taul and Mr. Charles E. Vleira, of Illinois, flarrled o Thousands of pounds of tobacco 13.70 on Mon- lowed by a two course luncheon at Gibson's. Covers were placed for the following: Misses Jeannette Burn, Martha Miller, Leonora McGavock, Margaret Puckett, Mildred Habbage; Messrs. Frank Plank. Leonard Gregory, Andrew Ashby, Mike Tucker and Marion Denton. The highest price that has Knives Were Drawn and One Man been paid for leaf this season went to Andy Goetz. of Owensboro. Saturday Night. Followed By a Was Killed at Michigan City. Two Course Luncheon at Michigan City, Ind., Nov. 30. Paul He received $13.70 the hundred Dresker, thirty years old, was stabbed pounds for a basket of Iraf that His averto death In a street fight and Harry contained 850 pounds. Swerzleck, eighteen years old, Is un- age for 1,930 pounds was $10.05. Cloverport society wbs out in full der arrest as the slayer. Five other evidence Saturday night and one of the foreigners are hold as witnesses. The Made Largest Collections outcome of a quarrel almost enjoyable affairs of the evening fight was the ter the crowd had left a saloon. It W. C. Pate, deputy sheriff of was a theater party at The American to Is said that an argument over the Eucounty, led in tax collections see the moving pictures. It was fol- ropean war started the row. Qlb-son'Breck-enrid- THEATER PARTY day. Coleraine Kitty one morning was trlping With a pitcher of milk from the fair It tumbled, of Coleraine, When she saw me she stumble; pitcher And all the sweet buttermilk watered the plain. " Twenty-Fiv- e Houses Destroyed. this year. In the second magisterial district he collected nearly $7,500. THE CASH AND QUALITY MILL THE MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Tlonesta, Pa., Nov. 30. Fire sup.O what shall I do now, 'twas looking posedly started by a spark from a NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION at you now. passing train wiped out the business Sure, sure, such a pitcher I'll ne'er section of Marienvllle, this county, enWe herehy announce to our friends tailing a loss of $150,000 and rendering and the public generally that the meet again; Twenty-fiv- e 100 persons homeless. of Moorman & Ball, heretofore com- "Twas the pride of my dairy, O, Barney buildings were destroyed. McLeary, posed of Henry Oellaven Moorman and You're sent as a plegue to the girls W. Sherman Hall, for reasons mutually of Coleraine. satisfactory and agreeable, has been dis solved, ami each of us will continue in I sat down beside her and gently did chide her, the practice in Hardinsburg, but Sir. Moorman has moved into That such a misfortune should give other offices in the same building, over her such pain; Mr, Hall will oc- A the Farmers Hank, and kiss then I gave her before I did cupy the offices used by Moorman & leave her, Hall, over the post office. BUY NOW! NEVER SO CHEAP AGAIN! She vow'd for such pleaure she'd Sincerely thanking our friends for break it again. OFFER GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER' 16th their many past favors, courtesies and 'Twas haymaking season I can't tell liberal patronage, we are, $ 5.52 Patent Flour, per barrel. the reason, Very truly, .09 Misfortunes will never come single Patent Flour, per sack HENRY DkIIAVEN MOORMAN. thats plain, Golden Grain, per hand ..:.. 5.12 W. SHERMAN HALL. For very soon afterpoor Kitty's disaster 04 Golden Grain, por tack The dovil a pitcher was whole In Cole27.90 Sbipstuff and Bran, mixed, per ton James A. Allen raine Edward Lysaght. ShipstulT and Bran, mixed, single hundreds 1.40 My Dear Mr. Babbage: I have received a copy of "The Breckeuridge Reward Offered For Ask us about our MONEY .BACK Proposition News," which you were to thoughtful to Escaped Prisoner. send me, containing an article. I thank JUST LOOK-Frei- ght Paid to Your Station . Frankfort, Ky., Dec.!!.- - A reward you for this .manifestation of your inGov.Mc-Creary terest in rav achievements. It seemed of 200 was offered today by for the arrest of Elisha Lampk-In- , Let us Have Your Order, CASH WITH IT good to see the "New" again. With who escaped Tuesday night from best wishes for the "News,1,1 I am,' Hardinsburg jail, where he vas held yours, Very truly a on charge of murder. JAMES A. ALLEN, : Wall St., New York. law-fir- McQuady Milling Co. . sepa-aratel- y. Tuesday. Announcement Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Marie llarber to Dr. Hilary Hooue. The marriage will take place December 29th at St. Rose church, near Springfield. They will take a wedding trip to Cuba. Our Prices are the Lowest, Quality considered McQUADY . MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. BUY A pretty home wedding was that of Miss Nolie II. Taul, of Free, and Mr. Charles E. Vieira, of Jacksonville, III., which took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. Taul, near Free, Tuesday, December 1. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Jarboe, in the presence of a large number of guests. The bride was She wore a sixteen years of age. beautiful blue satin dress, and carried a lovely bouquet f of chrysanthemums. Miss Mammie Ryan was maid of honor, j and Mr. Hebree Hawkins best man. ' Misses Lucile Newman and Louise Rice were flower girls. The groom is twenty-nin- e years of age, and one of Jacksonville's wealthiest farmers. Mr. and Opening Price Mrs. Vieira left Wednesday for a short Nine, nine and two Is the price paid visit with the bride's sister, Mrs. Lloyd by the Hodge Tobacco Co. of Hender Wright, iu Decatur, III., after which son to M.D. Farley, of Hebbardsvllle they will be at their future home in for the first delivery of the weed outhe Jacksonville, lit. Mituy wishes for hap local market this year. Mr. Farley piness follow them, brought two loads of fancy tobacco to the city Wednesday morning, Ilopk-Insvllle NOTICE! Tobacco Growers We will have our first sale of tobacco over our Loose Leaf Floor on Tuesday, December 15th. The house will be open to receive tobacco on December 10th, 11th, 12th and 14th. Np tobacco will be received on Sale Day, December 15th. Kentucklan, Accepts Trenton Pastorate. BRECKINRIDGE LEAF TOBACCO LOOSE WARE-HOUSE Better Luck Stork's Visit. December 16th Last Day NOW Marvin Beard went hunting last week The stork visited the home of Mr. and and killed fifty birds. No one has re- Mrs. William Helm and left them a litported' better luck than Mr. Beard had tle girl at their home at Woodrow, Ky, , so far this season, November 38th, Rev. J. T. Lewis, of Fordsville, his accepted a call to the Baptist church at Trenton. Dr Lewis succeeds Rev. B. F. Hagan, who resigned after serving COMPANY the church eight years, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Gifts of Silverware I Nothing mote acceptable can be offered than attractive silverware, combinina Rood tate with a aualitv of endurance which assures lifelong service. Such characteristics make Breckinridge Circuit Court. Kentucky Equity Colmore Lyon, I'lalntllT. M ROGERS BROS. this renowned wa.e most desirable for gifts. To-da- y trade mark assures the purchaser not only or securing the original brand of Rogers, but the heaviest grade plate guaranteed by the makers to give absolute satisfaction. The remarkable durability of Ml ROGERS BROS. Silver has won it the popular title No. Against J 3622,a' Susan Laslle, et. al., Deft. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, I9I.I, In the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall pro cced to offer for sale at the Court-Houdoor in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on se Reduced Prices! are the prevailing sensation at our big store these days. Prices are what you want and PRICES are what we have. We do not intend to carry over a single piece of Winter Merchandise and so we are making these VERY LOW PRICES for your benefit; if you need the goods you should buy them now while you can save money. We are sacrificing a great portion of our profit to give you this opportunity. ACT NOW! 1 I "Silver Plate that Wears" KrurM, fotkt, jpooru anJ fancy iming pieces may be procured in numerous designs, tome fancy, soma simDle and chaste. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all patterns. SILVER CO. INTERNATIONAL Successor to Mtrlden Britannia Co. Monday, the 28th day of Dsctmber, 1914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credl of Six and Twelve months, the following A certain described pooperty tract of land lying and being near the waters of Calamcse creek, bound as ' follows: Beginning at a cherry tree in the Martha Elliott line at Shapp's corner, thence about 370 yards to Ned Dodson line, thence with Dodson line about 50 poles to a red oak, thence with G. Al, Pile's line 100 poles to a stone near t: 1 The very latest pnttcrns and weaves of Blues and Blacks of tho famous "Ely Jay Lino." Made to fit and wear for service. .fU.OO Suits cut to LADIES' COAT SUITS .$10.50 $17.50 Suits cut to. 12.00 Suits cut to 18 co Suits cut to $22.00 Suits cut to $13.13 $ 9.00 $13(88 .$10.50 MERIDEN, CONN. 13 a white oak in a branch, thence with said Pile's line U0 poles 10 a white oak Pile's corner, thence with Martha beginning Elliott's line to the Being the same land corner. deeded to Claude Scott on the 0th day of August, 1001), by J. H. Dodson by deed recorded in Deed Book No. C9 at page 285; and the same land deeded by Claud Scott to Abe Lyoas, now deceased, by a deed dated the II rd day of January, 1010, and recorded In Deed Book No. 61, at page 438 thereof, In the Breckinridge County Court Clerk's CHILDREN'S CLOAKS .. $1.50 Cloaks cut to $3.50 and $4.00 Cloaks cut " $0.50 to, .. $1.20 $2.75 $7.50 and $8.00 Cloaks cut to Buy now while you can save money. Our Entire Stock of Ladies' Hats are Going at 25 per cent Reduction. i The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of HARNED sale until paid, and having the force MOTES. Lien reTRAIN and effect of a Judgment. secure payment of purchase Mrs. John Meadow, of Ilasln tained to Bidders will be prepared to Mr.and money. Spring, have returned home after a comply promptly with the terms. Klcliara May, of Webster, is travc visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. K Weatherford. LEU WALLS, Commissioner. CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. ine for William Stockhoff, wholesale Mist Jennie Payne has been visiting hardware, Louisville. Mrs. Henry Davis, In her sister, Zack Hardin Holt was kicked by a COMMISSIONER'S SALE. horse Friday and badly hurt Mrs C. L. Moore, with Van Deren M. V. Cashnian, rural route carrier Hardware Co., Lexington, Ky., visited out at Vanznnt, was over at Lodiburg his sister, Mrs. C. M. l'ayne, Sunday Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Saturday to sec his brother Jesse, who night. He was en routo from his Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust y , has typhoid fever. Co., Admr., Plaintiff. father's home at Kepton. Against 'acqq S. D. Pate went to Louisville SaturRoscoe Davis and daughter, Miss Dora B. Oldham and others dft J day on business. Lottie Davis, of Locust Hill, were in Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order John Immorde, of Louisville, spent Louisville recently purchasing Xmas of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof, IOJ4, in two or three days last week with C. J. goods. the above cause, for the sale of the Carnegie, Irvineton hunting-Mr- . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson, of Bev hereinafter described real estate, and and Ernest Eskridue and little leyvllle, have been the guests of rela- all cost herein, I shall proceed to offer door in for sale at the Court-Houdaughter Blanche, Glen Dean, were in tives near town. Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Thursday. Louisville Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. Hes Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th day J. M. Powers, Kirk, returned from ton Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. of December, 1914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court Owensboro Friday. He reports hip de- Ask for prices. day), upon a credit of Six months, the livery of tobacco dowu there. of the Hardinsburg Milling Vic Pile, lolluwing described property, Milton Tate, of Kirk, was In Louis- Co., was In town Friday on business. Said survey by metes and bounds is as ville Thursday. Mrs. Eliza Waldrlp, of Gays, III., Is follows: Beginning at a stake on the West Hen Miller, of Kirk, sold four hogs- the guest of her brother, W. 0. Butler. side of Buffalo Run, running thence S. heads of old Hurley in Louisville last George Hall, of Chicago, 111 , Is vis- 64 w. b2 poles, thence with the meanders of the clill and with John week at 35, tii 9O, $7.00 and $i0.7.i. iting J. H. Glasscock, Klngswood. Amis line. S. 20 W. UXA poles, to a Will Lyor.s and Sam Jackson sold Bob Kennedy, ot McQuady, spent gum, thence S. 16 W. 0 poles 5 L. S. 10 twelve hogsheads old dark at an aver Tuesday with his grandparents, Mr. h. 14 poles b. 1U IS UV2 poles, S. 5 E. ace of 6 cts. Ti poles S. 7 W. 6) poles S. 20 Yf. S and Mrs. W. A. Crews. poles N. 8'J, W. 7 poles 37 V. 4 poles, Miss IlettieWebb, Mrs. J. M. Howard Mrs. M. L. Crews visited her sister, S. .r9 E. I poles, S. 5. E. O'A poles S. T. F. Owen, Glen Dean; Mrs and J. I4 E 5 poles S. 67 E. 26 poles to a stone, thence S. 10 E. 11 poles to a J. D. Shaw, Hardinsbur, returned Mrs. Wheatley, near Hites' Run. Carl Lonrenz, traveling salesman beech on the branch S 40 E. 17 poles from Louisville Thursday. Tcrtstedge & Co., was in S. 51 E. 12 poles, S. 40 E. 12 poles to J. G. Gregory, of Denver, Col , was for Stratton a maple on the branch, thence N. 42 vl&iting his bister, .Mrs. J. D. Potts, town last week. E 23 poles to a white oak, thence N. Mrs. V. G Goodman and son, Owen, 18 E. 80 poles to a stone on the road, McQuady, last week. This is his llrst spent last week with her parents, Mr. thence with the road, N. 65 W. 27 visit in seventeen years. poles N. 7 W. 22 poles, X. 64 W. 31 J. 1'. Stennett: Harned, returned and Mrs. P. M. Tucker, at West View. poles N 53 W. 18 poles to tho beginHardin Pate, of Freesport, III., Is vis- ning, containing 52 acres more or less. Monday from a visit to his daughter The purchaser, with approved sureiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. at Maceo ty or securities, must execute bond, Pate. bearing legal interest from the day of C. D. McOuadv, Louisville, is out Win. Davis, of McQuady, was here sale until paid, and having the force near Hudson to visit relatives hunting. Lien reand effect of a Judgment. Friday. W. K. Houston came from Louisville tained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to Monday to visit relatives near Airs. McClain's Experience With comply with these terms. LEU WALLS, Commissioner. Croup. Taylor Dowell;Irvir:gton, Kzra Dowell CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy "When my boy, Ray, was small he and Harry Kennedy, Garlleld, were in was subject to croup, and I was always Sick Two Years With Indigestion. Hardinsburg Monday on business. T. S. Garner, Basin Springs, was at alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's 'Two years ago I was greatly beneCough Remedy proved far better than fited through using two or three bottles the county scat Monday. any other for this trouble. It always of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. G. '. Macsey and son Charley, relieved him quickly. I am cever with- S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Before were in Hardinsburg on out it In the house for I know it is a taking them I was sick for two years Monday. positive cure for croup," writes Mrs. with indigestion." Sold by all dealers. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The W. R. McCIain, Hlairsvllle, Pa. For sale by all dealers. Mother's Favorite, Mr- - Meador Returns "I give Chamberlain's Cough RemRut her Meadow, of Nickerson, Kans., He who walks through life with an edy to my children when they have left Thursday morning on an extended colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne even temper and a gentle patience with visit to his father and sister, Mrs. Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always himself, patient with others patient Henry Pate. He took home with him crosses-hhas an every helps them and is far superior to any difficulties and his niece, Miss Claudia Pate, who will other cough medicine I have used, I day greatness beyond that which is pass a month In the west visiting relawon in battles or chanted In cathedraadvise anyone in need of such a meditives. Mr. Meadow is a successful cine to give it a trial." For sale by all ls Dr' Dewey. man of Nickerson and conducts a live dealers. How To dive Quinine To Children. stock business. 1 Oilice. LADIES' SKIRTS $3.38 $5.00 Black and Blue Series and Broadcloth; raado well and of tho latest stylo. $2.G0 $4.50 Skirt cut to $3.50 Skirt cut to $4.1G $0.50 Skirt cut to $5.50 Skirt cut to Where you can pet nice, serviceable gifts for all tho family Mother and Father, Brother Christmas is a time of giving presents and it is greater to und Sister, Sweetheart and Friend. give than to receive, so pick your presents now from our big selection of tho following: Get Your Christmas Presents assortment of cii se Pictures for 10c, 15c and 25c. Compbell Kid Dolls, China Dolls, Kid Body Dolls, Doll Swings; every little girl can find her doll here. Christmas gift boxes of Hen's Half Hose and Supporters, Suspenders, Tie and Scarf Pin, Initial Handkerchiefs, Cuff Buttons, Scarfs and many other beautiful articles for the young men. Beautiful Box Stationery, Decorated China Ware, China' Vases, Sterling Silver Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Beautiful Line of Furs and many nice things for the young and older women. Nice t.. t: TTkVC UrMAJmCj Al flOU1 M.XJ Ii3 Tnis is certainly Toy Land! Toy Dishes, Toy Stoves, Toy Guns, Pop Guns, Tops, Toy Wagons, Toy Pistols, Horns and many other toys. NICE STORY BOOKS AND GAMES OF ALL KINDS TO INTEREST THE CHILDREN. Our Grocery Department will be full of Christmas Dainties of the Purest and Best. Don't buy untH you see our display which will be announced later. r B. F. Beard & Co. HasbH oIIctodHoHc 0 Another Cured By LIV-VER-t- 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. 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Rocking Chairs, Desks, and all kinds of Elegant Furniture. And, by the way, the prices are the lowest ever, and the quality can't be surpassed. Do not fail to notify every body in and around Irving- ton of my terrible predicament so they will not be expecting me, ana can avail uicuiscivc& ui una apicuuiu uppuiLuuiLy iu scluic their Christmas needs of you. Wishing you a Merry Christmas, and hoping to see you in person in 1915, I am, yours very truly, OLD KRISS KRINGLE. er y, CA. CRtENGUILta -- PER COPY J ' booklovcrs, there is not u more appropriate jrift tluin u food, companionable hook. No doubt, you have two or three friends who like to read and to whom you wi-- li to "ivo books for Uiristmax pre.-cnl- s. Now is the best time to huv these before the Christinas rush is on and while the stock is complete. Wo have just received a lot of the latest and most interestinjr books by some of the best known and best loved authors. Here is u short list of tl- few of flip. Iin-i- r - J Inn wn luifn t.,,,,,1...,,! ,.r ..u. ...... 111 MlllUia, " initio llllinil an iii, Liu: (jupuiiii price, per copy . Lo 50 cents. Cut-Glas- s, Japanette. Kindling. Little Gray Girl. ' Littlest Rebel, The Lost I'.iriiiJCatnp, llliiulncss of Virtue. lllue Anchor Inn. Blue Wall. Broad Highway. Call of the Cumberland;). Call of the North, The Christinas Kvc on Lonesome. Crooked Trails and Straight. Devotn. Doctor's Lass, The Harvester, The Hound from the North. Milting of Molly, The Miss Gihhic Gnult, Mistress of Sliciiston, Old Rose and Silver. One Wonderful Night. Quo Vadis Riders of the Purple Sage. Secret Garden. Seven Keys to llaldpate. Street Called Straight. Streets of Ascalon. Tess of The Storm Country. Their Vesterdays. Valiants of Virginia. Victory of Allan Rutltge. Vision of Joy. Vision Splendid, The Wilderness Trail, The Boys' and Girls' Books 50c Per Copy Kvery Hoy's Library Roll in the Woods Two Little Savages Rover lioys Dig League Series Molly Hrown Series Axny Belle Marlowe Series Blue, Red and Yellow Pairy Books Boys' and Girls' Books 25c Per Copy COG I 1 i I Tom Fairfield Series Dave Dashaway Series Speedwell Hoys Series Fred Kenton Series Saddle Boys Series Frank Merriwell Series Tom Swift Series Boy Inventors Series Boy Scout Series Border Ilo-- Series Moving Picture Boys s Motion Picture Chums Outdoor Chums The Ocean Wireless Boys Bobsey Twins Motor Maids Moving Picture Girls Outdoor GirlsJ Girls of Cential High Amy Blanchard Books Helen's Iiabies Ruth Fielding several days in town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Haynes. Chas. Basham and family recently moved into Mr. James Hall's house from Frymire, Kj. Miss Hallio Severs entertained Saturday evening at 42. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. LaFay-ettStewart, Sample, Ky. Sunday, Dec. 6, a son. Mrs. Josephine Still and daughter, Cecil Leigh, are spending several .weeks with Mrs. Annie Hall, Cannelton, Ind. Mr. Joe B. Sevors is building a residence for Wm. E. Shellman. They have just completed a large barn. Miss Delia McAfee is visiting Mrs. M. J. Crosson during Miss Linn Cashman's absence. W. H. Dowell is out again after an attack of grip. Frank Curry is at home after several months'1 absence in Indiana, near Vincennes. There will be a Xmas tree on Xmas eve in tho Union Star school building. The children are preparing a program for the occasion and we hope for a general good time with tho "Peace on earth, good will to men" spirit. Miss Pink llicketts has been in: disposed several days. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church, south, Dec. 11 and 12, with, tho now presiding oldor, Rev. flushing, expected. ' The people of Stophonsport circuit have reason to feel gratified that they have a pastor of moro than usual intelligence und culture. Kov. Hoffman is a graduate of two Gorman universities, having graduated from Iloidolburg at about eightoon years of ago. Ho is a linguist of unusual achievement, having mastered Spanish, German, French and English. o lost 1,600 out of 3,000 In the fighting against the British in Flanders. and GERMANS CAPTURE three other regiments lost more than 1,000 each. Generals Henning, von THE CITY OF LODZ Miss Virginia Helen Milner.who Cloverport, Like Every City and Oswald and von Grumbkow were Louisis attending the G. H. S. of among the killed. ville, returned Sunday. The lists show an average dally loss Town In the Union, Receives for four months of the Haynes spent Miss Martha J. It. Valuable Gain On the March of 20,000. UNION STAR THEY ALL DEMAND Christmas Books; each in box; prices 75c, 39c, 25c, 15c and Louisa M. Alcott's Books; price copy Five Little Peppers; priced at, the copy. Anne Fellows Johnston's Books; price, per copy Picture Books; all sizes and all kinds; prices range from $1.00 down(to Complete line of Southworth's, ..... ....10c $1.15 $1.18 $1.18 5c Austro-German- s per copy Sheldon's and Holmes' Books; ....25c with kidney Ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that relieve, bnt not permanent ly, Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here is proof of merits from this vicinity. W. M. Young, farmer, R. F. D. No. 3, Hawesville, Ky., says: "One of my family had pains In her sides and across Seeing Doan's tho small of her back. Kidney Pills so highly recommended in the local papers, she got a supply at People Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. C ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria. enriches the blood, ami bultdsupthe system. A true tonic. For adults and children. SOc to Wareaw. Inez. At 25c Per Copy Deulah Macaria Wormwood Tale of Two Cities Oliver Twist David Copperfield Kenilworth Ivanhoe Que Vadis? Gold-FilleRutledge Not Like Other Girls Camille John Halifax Children of the Abbey Wide. Wide World Gold Elsie F.lsie Vernier Old Mam'selle's Secret Treasure Island THREE MINERS MET DEATH Fourth Was Probably Fatally Injured When Slate Fell. Terre Haute, Ind. (Special): Emory Benjamin, John Bones, and Jacob Drlescht wero killed and John Miller was injured probably fatally, as the result of a slate fall at the Speedwell mine near West Terre Haute. A strip of slato about thirty feet long and four feet wide, with a maximum thickness of about ten Inches, fell on them. Tho mine will bo clo3ed until an examination has been mado by the coroner and the state A Lodz on Sunday. Berlin, Dec. 7. It Is officially announced that the Germans occupied The Austrian Statement. Vienna (Special) The Austrian official statement says: "The battle in QUIETING DOWN IN MEXICO Poland Is progressing favorably. Tho s yesterday attacked Villa and Zapata Said to Be Worklno the Russians In western Galllcla. We saptured 2,200 prisoners." In Harmony. Washington (Special): So far as la known by the Washington govern- The Qulnhw That Dots Not Affect The Head effect, LAXABecause o( its tonic and ment, the Villa and Zapata chiefs aro TIVE 1IKOMO QUININE laxative than ordinary is better working In harmony, though a tenden- Quinine and docs not cause nervousness nor cy on the part ot tome of the latter to ringing In head. Remember the full name and look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. form alllanoei with' former federals Is causand former Huerta adherents ing some uneasiness. Conditions In San Domingo Has New President. San Domlii'jo, Dec. 7. Juan iBldro the City of Mexico have been quiet for Jlmlnez, who was proclaimed presithe last several days. Secretary Ilryan said that the gov- dent of San Domingo by congress, has ernment has not been advised of a taken tho oath of o.'llco. Tho situation proclamation reported from El Paso Is quiet. Tho Inauguration of Presiin which Generals Salazar and Campa dent Jlmlnez fives tho republic Its llr.U announced the beginning ot a new rev- reRiilnr president elected since tho ct General Cnceres In 19U. olutionary movement Independent ot the Carranza, Villa or Zapata factions. Insanity Is His Plea. Pctersl'iiri?, Ind., Dep. 7. Attorneys PRICE BEING PAID FOR WAR for tho defcirc In tho Carl Morton murder cse. transferred hero from Official German Cas- Gibson county, havo entered a plea or Trie NInety-flrt- t Insanity In bclialaf of their client. ualty List. Princeton after Copenhagen (Special): The ninety-fir- i. ortou killed a man atgame. a, official German casualty list a quarrel about card brings the total Prussian losses In Supreme Court Reconvenes. killed, wounded and missing up to Washington, Uec. 7. Tho supremo 658,483. This doeB not Include the court met at noon today to hand down Wurtemberg, 67th Saxon and 88th Km't Cut opinions. It' Is likely that several ImOtl lurid long finding, J59th torn OK Bavarian lists. The severe losses suf- portant matters may be dlsiwsed of. The wont catca. no nutter of bow old art cured by the wonderful, OIL reliable Dr. fered by the Bavarians excites It rcllmt AntUeptlc Healing Porter' The Tenth Bavarian, regiaaant Now is the time to subscribe Austro-Germanst Gibson's Drug Store and began using as directed. In a short time, she was cured. She hasn't had any further need of a kidney remedy." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney cure get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that n Mr. Young recommends. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mil-bur- London, Dec. 7. The anxiety felt In Petrograd and reflected in Paris and in this city as regards the new developments In Poland, would be Impossible to underestimate. Tho hour Is at hand for the combats which may well determine the campaign In tho east. Upon the operations of the next fow weeks depend not merely whether Russia Is to sel.o Silesia and go forward to Berlin, but whether tho allies in tho wost aro to "maintain the offensive. By exertions which dwarf any previous efforts, Germany has ropalred her torrlblo losses between the Wartuo and tho Vistula, has withdrawn battered armies from the very Jaws ot the Ituaslaii trap, has hurried vast numbers from Kast Prussia, Posen, Silesia and even from Belgium and Prance, has gnlldtfled a battle line which stretches from Mlawa on tho frontier ot East Prussia and Poland to Cracow, and is obviously ready and determined to bravo tho terrors ot winter and the superior numbers or tho Russians In a third endeavor to selzo Warsaw and tho whole Vistula lino southward to Sandomlerz. From a battle front of :!00 miles, In which thore are few gaps that, aro not amply protected by nature, tho Germans aro poised for tho new attack which will certainly produce tho most sanguinary and ferocious fighting tho world has ever known. For several days tho news has Indicated that thoro havo boon no recont pitched battles, but rathor a belles of day and night engagements between relatively small forces of Infantry tho Germans repelling nssaults while reforming and strengthening their lino. d Rosaries Guaranteed For JO Years These Rosaries will make excellent and useful Xmas gifts. To be had in jet, amethyst, garnet, emeralds, crystal, moonstone and pearl, prices $5.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.00 and 75c. Sick Call Outfits $4.98 Statues; . Holy Wafer 75c down Fonts; to Ivorette 15c Statues; $4.00, ftn f-- Bisque 35c $2.00, $1.75 $1.50 and.. down to 10c Crucifixes In Wood and Metal At All Prices Candlesticks lo Malch Railroad Fares Refunded In Cash Some of These Goods Will be Sent FREE ByParcel Post EVACUATION A tentlon In the face of tho French artillery llro would havo resulted In unnecessary sacrifices. Wo blow up tho remaining buildings before retiring. Our troops occupied prepared positions east of Vcrmellus, whither tho enemy wero unable to follow. Tho French renewed their attackt) west and southwest of Alkkirsch, but without success. Thoy suffered severe Nothing of note has tnken losses. placo in tho theater of tho Mazurlan lakes, v hero tho Busslaus rcnalnol quiet. The bnttlo around M Is taking Its course as we had expected. In southern Foland and there lu no change OF VERMELLES In the situation." Watching the Arabs. Romo, Doc. 7. It la announced that tho situation In Lybla has Improved. Tho uprising at Nalut has been quelled, but communication with Murzuk has been cut off. Meanwhile tho fortifications on the Tripoli oasis havo been PLEASE DO NOT ASK US AGAIN TO ADVERTISE FREE entertainments, church aud other affairs for money making. Our advertise-incut- s aro tho same to us as Flour, .Sugar and Dry Goods aro to tho merchant. : : : : The Breckenridge News school socials :. sur-Drts- e. ftin and Ucale at the use time. c, Wc, SLW. statement. "The evacuation ot southeast of Bethune, was cording toja concerted Plan. Ua Plan, Says German Official Report. Berlin, Doc. 7. "Reports of a retrograde German movement on tho Yser canal aro untrue," says an official Part of Concerted Ver-melle- acre- - There Is dew in one flower and not in another (because one opens Its cup and takes It In, while the other close itself and the drop runs off' So God rains goodness and mercy as wide as the dew; strengthened and the Arabs aro being ami If we lack them, It Is because we open not our nearts to receive them. closely watched. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGb, r - Editor and Publisher The Secret Hy of Success you BE A TOO j Isauod Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Thomas Drolof In tlio Votd Times. 9, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. HUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, unci 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. BEARD'S ANNUAL CORN SHOW IN CONNECTION WITH POULTRY SHOW. Th c annual corn show of B. F. Beard & Company is held this week in connection with the Brcckenridpc County Poultry Show at Hardinsburg. More corn and better poultry in Brcckcnridpo county will surely be the results of thc.o shows. They cannot fail to encourage the producing of corn and poultry here. Beard's has offered $30 in gold as awards to the corn growers; cash prizes arc certainly a stimulus to those in the corn growing business. The cornfield of the United States is nearly as large as the whole area of of Franco or Germany. Our country raises nearly the world's crop of corn and still there is a tremendous demand for for more of this product. three-quarter- s o d o o Why raise pure-bre(poultry all over Breckenridgc county? fowls? These questions will bo Why not stick to the common-breLittle can we imagine when we sec answered at the poultry show. one bird prepared for a meal what a big stage the poultry business has reached in this country. Think of the many thousand pounds of d secret of success i9 not a secret. Nor is it something Nor is it something hard to secure. To become more successful, become inoro ofliciont. Do the little things better. The least supervision is needed by the person who makes the fewest mistakes. Do what you can do and what you should do for tlio institution for which you aro working, and do it in the t ight way, and tho size of your income will take care of itself. Let your aim over be to better tho work you arc doing. But rcinembor always that you cannot better the work you aro doing without bottering yourself. The thoughts that you think, tho words that you speak, and the deeds you perform uro making you cither better or worse. Reulizo with Henley that you are tho master of your fate and tho captain of your soul. You can be what you will to be. If an employee, strive to mako yourself of greater valuo to Look upon yourself as a manufacturer. your employer. Regard Think of yourself in being in business for yourself. yourself as a maker and seller of service, and ever bend your thoughts and your energies toward tho improvement of your product. Tho wise manufacturer never injures his machinery wilfully. Your body, your mind, your soul servo as your plant. Eat and drink only that which will nourish your body, entertain only thoso thoughts that will enrich your mind, nnd if you fcetl your body with tho best physical food and your mind with tho best mental food ypu will build up a Service Foctory that will lind its products in constant demand. The world is hungry for Quality service. It wants to pay for it. It is paying for all it can get. Tho market is not crowded. There is a chance for There is a chanco for you right now. Your you right whero you arc. Tho time to start is NOW. reward will take ciirc of itself. THE When the year has nearly rolled around what a satisfaction it is to have for your months of labor a NET RESULT! The man who BANKS his money and has his money safe not only enjoys the feeling of independence but spurs himself on to GREATER work, We offer the services and safety of our bank to those who have not yet banked with us. We refer them to those who have made our bank their bank. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ANTI-ALI- EN LAWS THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG X TRUST CO. chicken and turkey it takes to satisfy the hungry millions. Many AROUSE PROTESTS long freight trains are called in service to carry the fowls from the Hreckinritlge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Hank of HarchnsburK & Trust! barn yards to our big cities. The modern methods of carrying Equity Co. Adm'r., Plaintiff. and 30,000 chickens from the South to Now York arc most interAgainst ) No. England anil Italy Appeal to esting. The preparation for killing and picking, chilling, grading The heirs and Creditors of Chas.3617 deceased, Defendant. Sims, J and packing aro wonderful accomplishments. Uncle Sam. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of May Beard's Big Corn Show and the Brcckenridge County PoulSale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rentry Show have an unlimited power in getting our people to see the dered at October Term thereof, 1914, in the Washington, Dec. 7. Mr. Bryan, In opportunities for success that lie in their own cornfields and barn- the above cause, forreal sale of the hereestate, and all the absence of official advices, reinafter described yards. costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for fused to comment on Qovernor Hunt's door in Hardins-bursale at the to the highest bidder, at Public message announcing his decision to INFLUENCE OF TRAVELING SALESMEN. postpone the proclamation of ArizoAuction, on Monday, the 28th day o( employment law Traveling men have a great deal of influence over the stores and cember, 1914, at one o'c'ock p. m , or na's new County Court day), offices they enter, besides influencing their customers to buy goods. thereabout (being and Twelve months, pending further communications from upon a credit of Six the state department. Formal proThey can be of remarkable service to the merchants and dealers they the following described property, tests against the Arizona law were land laying in A certain tract call to sec. The time has passed when traveling men aro expected to Breckinridge county, of containing 66 acres lodged with the department by the and Italian ambassadors. tel! jokes and be entertaining; they must bo helpful, enthusiastic over more or less, and described as follows: British British protest attacks the The law The said tract lying near Tar Springs on Recently a Tar Creek and bounded as follows: work and along with their seriousness good humored. as In violation of the fourteenth traveling representative for a largo company made a valuable visit to Beginning at a stump in the forks of amendment to the constitution of the Tar Creek United The Brcckenridge News office. He looked our business over in every the creek, then down26po'es, N. N. 27W state States, which provides that no W. 12 poles N. 2 K. 43 shall "deny to another person ho had gath- 37 poles N. 15 K 20 poles N. 37 K. 16 within Its jurisdiction equal protecdepartment and offered many helpful suggestions that poles N. 18 E 32 poles N. 42 E. 10 poles tion of the laws." ered from other men's experiences. It is easy enough to go into a to a map e on the creek bank, then 69 The store that is hot and dark and tell a man to ventilate and make it V. 48 poles to a stone near an old house mercial Italian protest cites the comtreaty between Italy and the to house, lighter, but telling him how to do it is different. You may tell a then S. 50 poles toa2stone, Sims'stumps; United States, ratified In 1871, which then V. 62 poles s) camore on merchant that his store is crowded, but to tell him how to arrange thence S. 80 poles to small sapling be- provides that citizens of each nation the E. 160 po'es resident in the other shall have libhis goods to get more space without building a new room is difficult. the cliff, thence the same land to purchased erty to carry on trade upon the same ginning, being Sims of Wm. O'Connel. Telling a dead newspaper how to improve is easy; a hard thing to do by Purchaser, with approved surety or terms as natives of the country, subis to improve a live newspaper it is the same of every other busi-N- securities, must execute bond, bearing mitting themselves to the laws there live business man is over satisfied and to be a service legal interest from the day of sale until established." department The state notified both paid, and having the force and effect of a to him is the mission of the traveling salesman. These Replevin Bond. Lion retained to secure embassies It had taken steps to obtain men who work in the houses of other men, should bo able to gather payment of purchase money. Bidder will complete Information as to the be prepared to comply promptly with act and expected soon to be able much information that will assist their customers to increase business. these terms. to give the desired Information. LEE WALLS, Commissioner. Traveling salesmen nihde have wonderful influence among their cusCARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. tomers in encouraging, not only every improvement, but show Wires State Department. Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 7. Governor men that it is really worth while to use the Golden Rule in business. SSIONER'S SALE. Hunt telegraphed the state departThe man who made a sale in our office last week said: "A lot ment that he would delay proclaiming depends on yourself, tbe other man cannot do it all, you must work the law voted at the November elecCircuit Court, Kentucky. Breckinridge to show him that it pays to advertise. tion In Arizona forbidding the employYou know it does the truth Hank of Ilardinsburg & Trust ment of more than 20 per cent foreignis your foundation to build on. Bo persistent." Equity Co., Assignee, I'laintiff GovIn any In 10,-000 Court-Hous- Hardinsburg, Ky. For Sale two-stor- y frame dwelling with nil modern improvements) on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality und at a bargain. Part cash, balance cottage on on easy payments. Also one e One De- antl-alle- Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easy terms. Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, faints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky o wide-awak- o side-lin- e antl-alle- n "j Quit wishing for tho?e things that aro constantly denied you. The longing for them makes you unhappy and you could spend that time enjoying what you can get. Fretting and contending can be overcome with the little pleasures right around us. Tobacco is going to bring good prices. You'll be sorry when you hear of tho sales that you wore not there with your tobacco. While wo aro having such a good tiuio in Cloverport, and being entertained, are wo doing anything for those less than ourselves? Try tho loose leaf house at Ilardinsburg. "Santa Claus and Little Billy," is a charming short story in this week's issue of our paper. It was written by John Kendrick Bangs. Read every advertisement. They aro interesting, assist von in reducing tho high cost of Christmas. besides will Tobacco will bring just as good prices at our own .Loose Leaf Houso as it is doing in Owcnsboio. Try it. You can get tho Christmas spirit by reading the ads in thisissuo. Only fifteen days till Christmas. Washington. Dec. 7. Tho navnl station at Norfolk, has forwarded to tfce That Drastic Action Will Be Taken to Davy department n roport current there that 1111 unidentified vessel Is Protect Big League. New York, Dec. 7. AukiisU llerr-taan- ishoro near Ocean City, Md. chairman of tlio national bane-DuFatal Fall From Train. commission, on lila arrival hero CovlnKtou,' Ind Doc. 7. The body (or tliu annual meellng (if tho National league, Intimated tliat organ- 3f nn iiuldentllled man of ntlddlo auo ized baseball was prepared to take tho was found near the HI? Four tta?k r, tho curvu aiost drastic action to pruvent Federal posed to west of thh city. Ho li suphuve fallen from a train. league- promoters from tampering with major leaguo players under contract .'or next season. Now Subscribe ll - CHAIRMAN HERRMANN SAYS Vessel Drifted Ashore. Against J. I). Meador aud Harry K. I 3633 Meador, Defendant. J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for the sum of ($400.00) Four Hundred Do.lars, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 8th day of February, 1913, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proe ceed to offer for sale at the door in Ilardinsburg, to the highest bid der, at Public Auction, on Monday, tha 28th day of December, 1914, at one o'clock p, m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of Six and Twelve months, the following described A certain tract of land property, lying and being in the State of Kentucky, and Counties of Breckinridge and acres, and Hardin, containing about bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone, in the Big Spring and Custer road, (about one-hamile of Big Spring) corner to the land of the J. D. Strother heirs; thence S 24 Y. 124 poles, to a Hat rock 111 the line of K. 11. thence S. 71 h. 138$ poles to a stake; thence N. 25 degrees 30 minutes, 15. poles to a stone, also to the afore124 said btrother land; thence N. 70 V, 140 poles to the beginning, and is the said land conveyed to the defendant, J. D. Meador, by deed dated that' 4th day of November, 1910, and recorded in the Breckinridge County Clerk's Office, in Deed Book No 60, page 493, or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the pur chaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, anil having the force and effect of a Judgment. I.ien retained to secure pay, llidders will ment of purchase money be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest nnd cost Court-Houst: lf ers business the state. ernor Hunt declared that ho was averse to delaying the proclamation, but would do so pending further advices from the state department. Grand Jury Found No Bill. Logansport, Ind. (Special): After Closing Out Sale KXKVMH'St MILLINERY GOES AT SURPRISING PRICES! Trimmed Hats in the Fashionable new color effects, such as Sand, Cerise, King George Red, and Rose as well as black in all shapes are now exhibited in my millinery section. : pending three days In making an Investigation, the grand jury returned no Indictment against James Pantazln, who had been arrested and placed under bond, charged with setting Are to his confectionery store here and causing a Are, involving a loss of about 1100.000. ::::;:.::: ALL HATS AT "COST" Produce will be taken in exchange for hats. I ( BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE -- FOR- , I CHRISTMAS Handsome Rocking Chairs Attractive Tables Bed Room Furniture Dining Room Sets REASONABLE PRICES Mrs. Nannie Snyder Hardinsburg, Ky. A. Keenan, of Free, Is the D. Bates anil family. Cotton Seed Meal und Sucrene. Hes-to- n Whitworth & Co., Hardliisburr. Mr. Gregory, of Denver, Col., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Potts. This Is Ask for prices. his first visit in eighteen years. Miss Beulah Rogers and Miss GalMalcolm O'Urlen; Sam Jackson and loway were in Hardinsburg Friday. Will Lyons were in Louisville this McQUADY Mrs. T. J guest of week. Quarterly Conference 1 1495,33, I.I5K WALLS, Commissioner. CARRIU I.. DOWF.LL, Deputy. J. T. H0BEN Hardinsburg, : right Do It Now Subscribe Today Kentucky John Frank Is at Sample, the guest The Rev. Kusliini:. ureslillmr 1.1r r r of his son, Estil Frank. the Mtthodist church, will be here oa Sunday Will Davis went to Harned Friday. . Read the Little Want J. D. Babbage was her Friday, Ad. 1 Brcknridg Nwg. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 0, 1914 "LET B TELL YOU" Fresh Meat! Every Day w a. rv. t s Notb. Advertisers plcnuj notify tho editor wlii-you want advertisement discontinued. -- stored at the PostOffllco ntGlorcrport, Kj as second clssn matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE I must thank my friends und old customers for their courtesy shown mo. I am not hero to We Heard From Wanted Situation NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES , GENERAL OFFICES Split competition, but hero to give you what you want. Givo us your Speciril Orders. Como SCO us. Yours to please, RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Brown & Mclntyre Purity, Quality, : Beef, Pork Chops, Pure Hog Lard, Bacon, Home-Mad- e CIIIT A Mtttntlnn WANTEDCurnUlifd hv nun cropperjevery " Imidloril. Write thins tlie Stinnett. Iliirdlnsbtirs, Ky, HAf.R SANTA CLAUS He urged us to be ready ' bt pur ricwiuti miui t... i.j i t For State and District Office For Calls, per line............... For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe Inter-es- t of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line n. rnr,. C lis 9 nfl Not Quantity Kentucky Sausage Prompt Delivery from a Clean Meat Shop Barred Plymouth Rocks llnrrrd Plymouth Hooks exclusively. A nlre lot of coekerels for s.i)e chrnp. Kirk Poultry l''nrm. W. V. iirnirn. rroprivior, u. r. w. .no. I, naraiiif U hunt, Ky. I Imy nnd pay ensli for llvn r drened Tl'IIKKYHt flesh ciibs aril all mis of me at once antl prices poultry. Write or onsimc. W. I. sveece, rirnsiiniTinu. Js. J. 1. ! For Sale nm.i B.00 16.00 Telephone No. 10 iu 10 Cloverport, Dealers Wanted nr. & v, mt Thursday, Dec. 10 we are rushing with all haste to have the display ready that day. So noss. 10 Mi 8. Hayes win a guest at the Duncan Ilou.se. Miss Allen Black, .t.r. Vlr Cloverport, :: Kentucky turned to her home in Louisville Telephone 120 r.hanriA nf Train Schedule on after spending the fall with her Viimiyw w Mrs. Frank Fraizc. sister, The L, H. & St. L. J. E. Bull, of Wolf Creek, hits returned homo. Mr. Ball came Effective October 18, 1914. down to see his son, Iris Bull, who A GENERAL SURVEY OF Sc. H2 "I" leave Cloverport ..13:10 1. m" has been ill with tho measles. Arriving Louisville. g:30 A. M. Robert Lamar, of Fulton, Mo., So. 117 will leuf Cloverport A. M. THE WAR Arrlvlr.ROwrtist.oro 9:0OA.M. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arriving Henderson .... Mr. LaS. F. Sawyer Friday. mar's visit was a great pleasuic official statements to his relatives hero and in Ilawcs It From the French the allied offen seems evident that Jennie Wurliold has re. at.i.KV ":17 h ... mum. nn our line of I.i.ttIN .l'.M- -i Our ears fl I.I. mui, TZ aulumoMlcs. anil 1 "i r.ith(y the owners, ami )OU mate MOM 13 mi, ai'O one m Ti'.'-- . to to'ic o.J a Auto Dealer an lino of popular ears, or fur a 1 e 't 1, ..til. ri IIHli. tnnneV anil liiltMli? t 1 W m r liuln class it.lo .. k lor lilTltt.ui.irs a" in.- "V...... JKITOII1 Ulall'.Ml) I, s KENTON Southern nl,t..flii"iln tll'.At.ni In Plfh Ohio, adjacent tirrlti.y In W. 8S05 inn. aouitif-tn nV( MI a'nrt .li h St.. Cincinnati, Olilo- - Mr. and Mrs. P. Brown und son, Ilohcrt Brown, and daughter, About People Who Live In Cloverport, Velmer Hazel Brown, arrived last Those Who Tnvel, Those Who Live In week from Sulsa, Oklahoma, and Other Towns nd Cities end In Stiles are visiting Mrs. Brown's sister, That are Far Away. Society Notes In Mrs. Ella Jordan. She went west cluded. two months ago, but decided they liked Kentucky better, notwithstanding the many advantages of Special Xmas poods at Sawyer's. Oklahoma. TOfiQ HnwlincViiircr 4 II uxmui, Alien "r:iln nui"i"-"""h- i Fattening Fowls In Coops. town Saturday. in There are various good formulas for Attractive gift display at Saw- fattening fowls In crates or small yer's 10c to $5.00. yards, such feeds ns are at hand being Mrs. Jai. Cordrey went to usually used, says Rural New Yorker. Two parts of finely ground oats, two Louisville Monday. parts of giving give one part finely ground buckwheat nnd For practical Xmas of finely ground corn mixed Vshoes. Get them at bippers. with sour milk to the consistency of V Midq TTarViurinft Moorman was b:itter has been recommended by the Ontario Agricultural' college as a very home from Louisville last week. parts The Friday Club will meet this desirable fattenlug ration. Equal of corumeal. middlings and buckwheat Willis. week with Miss Martha meal likewise mixed with milk Is also Choral club meets next Monday a very good ration. Grit should be night with Mrs. Harry Harraan. given the fowls at least once a week. ground tbe used the Please order your engraved The more results, nnd grains also been It has Breckenridge better tbe cards this week . Personal Paragraphs villo. sive is working from Ypres northeastward toward Holders and cannonading Is reported nlong the railway between J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Reduce the High these points. News. Mrs. William Smart entertains the Ladies' day. Mrs. Lucy Younger, of Louisville, is the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Sarah Gross, of Holt, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wroe Sunday. A Twenty-fiv- e cents eets a nice Christmas present The Breckenridge News three months. Mrs. E. A. Kissam, of Somerset, visited The Breckenridge News office Friday. Otha Mastcison and Frank Purry nrrived from Vincennes, Indiana, to visit relatives. The Woman's Mission Study Class will meet with Mrs. Allen Kingsburv Friday. Mrs. William Tate and son, Frank Tute of Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.Nolte. The Mission Study Class of the Epworth League will meet Friday evening with Mrs. John A. Boss. Reading Club Thurs- found desirable to mis tbe grains with the milk twelve hours before feeding. Where milk Is not available beef scrap or meat meal may be substituted in tbe proportion of not more than IS per cent of the whole and water used to wet the mash, but milk gives better results. When Pullets Lay. Pullets hatched In January and February are likely to Iny In August and molt In November. Pullets hatched In April or May. If properly matured, will Iny In the latter part of August or In the early part of September and will continue to lay throughout tbe winter months. Pullets hatched the first of June and later are not likely to lay until the following spring. There may. however, be a few exceptions to this rule. REACHED American THE OTHER SIDE The Wednesday Club will bo entertained this week at tho home of Mrs. Ira D. Behen and Miss Ira D. Plank. S. H. Keith resigned his place at The Breckenridge News office last week and left for Florida to spend the winter. Pays to advertise Mrs. Laura Hayes, of .Bards-towwas here last week on busi- - Breckenridge News. n, Christmas Ship Makes Safe Passage Over. Paris, Dec. 7. Tho United States collier Jason, bringing Christmas gifts for the children of warring nation" has arrived at Marseilles. Consul General Gaulin, an officer representing the military governor of the port; Colonel Jackson of the En; llsli forces, and members of the sta" of the local prefect, met tho ship an.l thanked John Callan O'Laughlin, In charge of the gifts. The gifts unshipped at Marseille; filled fifty freight cars. A crowd or townspeople was nt the pier nnd cheered the unloading of tho prescntr in The CHRISTMAS IS NEAR Below is a few of the nice presents that can ' be found at our store: Dolly Varden Chocolates in handsome boxes 30c to $3.50 Manicure Sets $1.00 to $3.00 Century Fountain Pens $1.00 to $4.00 Fancy Stationery 25c, 50c and 75c French Briar Pipes with Amber Stems in to $2.25 Merschaum Pipes $3.50 and $4.00 Safety Razors $1.00 to $5.00 Cigars in Boxes of 12, 25 and 50 More definite information that tho allied offensive has begun Is contained In the German official report, which says that French attacks against the German troops In Flanders have been BY GETTING repulsed repeatedly, apparently Indisporcating that tho attack was not a Fresh Nuts adic effort, but a part of a determined plan of action. The French report New Candies gays that during the day of Dec. 2, the allid captured 991 prisoners In the Fine Fruits northern region alone. In Alsace tho French say that they h have advanced In the direction of AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE and have reached a point near that town. In between the two wings NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY of the battle line, the French official tatement mentions the repulse of GerREMEMBER: Ladies' Gold man Infantry attacks at La Corne, Ticket with northwest of the forest of Orurle, Wntch FREE. which Is some distance to the north of every ten cent purchase. the last point previously reported as tho scene of fighting In this region, and denotes a French advance here aa Allen M. Kingsbury, well as on both flanks. The High Tide of the War. Cloverport, Ky. Correspondents in Petrograd estimate from Information that the Germans lost 120,000 men In killed, wounded and prisoners between Nov. 18 and Dec. 2. The Russian losses have been very heavy. The RESIDENT series of battles between Plock and Petrokow have been the most sanguinPHONE No. Cloverport, Ky. ary and costly of the war. Office Upposlte Oelze's DruK Store General Karl von Rennenkampfs failure to close the gap through which the Germans finally broke prevented a Russian triumph that would have ended the campaign In a stroke, but ..LAW.. military critics assert that the operations in Poland have been a great dis- Proceedings in Bankruptcy Instituted for anyone. appointment to German hope3. Nothing vital has been gained, although a terrible price has been paid, and much of Importance has been lost. Powerful Russian armies are south ana north of tho army retiring from Lodz. BERRY & MORRISON The only object that the Germans have accomplished by the sacrifice of thousands of their best Boldlers waa keepCloverport, Kentucky ing tho fighting In Russian territory. Russian Pushing On. So far as East Prusia Is concerned, the news Is plain. The Russians have never halted in their advance toward Insterburg and Koenlgsberg and have continued to overflow a large area. Four Suits Cleaned and Tho Invasion of Poland utterly failea of creating a diversion. as a means Pressed for $1.00 per Observers confidently believe that a month per member. few days more will see a Russian army holding Insterburg and thereby commanding the network of strategic railways in EaBt Prussia. The situation around Cracow has been more or less overshadowed by WILLIAM P. O'NEILL the intensely dramatic operations In western Poland, but here again tho Russians have pressed forward and Indiana's Lieutenant Governor are In a better position to' capture the Included In the Indictments. gateway to Silesia than ever before. At the northeast of the city a Russian column Is reported to be within eleven. miles of the city. At the southeast a column has occupied Wleliczlka, about eight miles from Cracow. Official announcements justify tho surmise that Cracow is already under Are. Once Cracow is taken straight roads to Iter-lland Vienna aro open to the Russians. It is hardly doubted that tho Russians have the troops and the stay ing powers to block any resumption of German effort toward Warsaw while continuing tho nttack on Cracow and in East Prussia. Cost of Christmas Isn'tThisBetterThanLuck? Some Philosopher has said: "The man who trusts to luck may eventually get there but often ho has to walk home." Trust to'nothinp and invest in n farm, then if you have to walk, you will have a home of your own to go to. On easy payments you can buy a farm of 72 acres for $575. Alt-klrc- For information address semi-offici- Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist 2-- R V 1 1 1 PAUL LEWIS CLOVERPORT, KY. V. G. BABBAGE Itihe rueiineatorgi i" 1 r I An Ideal era MAKES i Christmas Present DRY CLEANERS Price $1.50 a Year ORDER TODAY Butterick Publishing NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 1 e Company i For Dinners, Parties if, CHRISTMAS AT THE 1 V IS! n ...and... Christmas Stockings I.et me fill your orders. Hand-mad- e Candies, Fine Fruits, b and iu uents More Jewelry H Beautiful Dishes Holiday jjjj - V ft 1) cases $1.50 Declared Him Insane. Washington, Ind., Nov. 30. James Warner Spink, former Indiana unlvor-s'totudent, who was arrested recent ly, charged with taking $1,200 vorth of Jowelry and sllverwaro from his mother in this city, has been adjudged in Banc. Fresh Nuts, Bread. Fancy Cakes and Boxes Dolls, Toys, Etc., Just Received SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS l, ft K Ices, Brick Cream and Sherbert Fresh Oysters PRICES IN REACH OF ALL LARKIN GIBSON, Cloverpprl, Ky. vj !tj Mrs. Emma Weisenberger, 5 'J and 10 Cent Store jj Cloverport, : Kentucky p Wedding's Drug Store, The Penslar Store CLOVERPORT, KY. Inspectors Blame Captain. San Francisco. Jov. 30. Cantaln J, J, Carey of tho steamship Hanalol, wrecked on Duxberry reef last MonUvea, day with a loss of twenty-threIs charged with negligence and unskillful navigation by federal e ADVERTISE NOW Mantel (Elmtjs atti StttU WXn By John Kendrick Bangs "A House. Bot Author of on the Styx," "The Idiot." etc. (Copjriiibt. The Frank A. Munier Co.) sea. a Httlo bit of of a chap, and so, when for the first time In his life he came Into closo contact with the endless current of human things, It was as hard for him to "stay put" as for some wayward little atom of flotsam and Jetsam to keep from toss-ln- g about In the surging tides of tho R was only rplte x "V His mother had left him 'hero in tho big toy shop, with instructions not to move until she came back, while she went off to do somo mysterious errand. She thought, no doubt, that with so many beautiful things on every side to delight his eye and hold his attention, strict obedience to her commands would not be hard. Dut, alas, tho good lady reckoned not upon tho magnetic 'power or nttraetJon of all those lovely objects in detail. Z '' at the other 4. When a phonograph end of the shop began to rattlo off odious tunes and funny Jokes, In of Jhq IjattBcUon Littje Blllee had received, off he pattered as fast as his little legs would carry hlra to Investigate. After that, forgetful of everything else, finding himself caught In the constantly gioyfrig 'stream of Christmas shoppers, he was borne along In the resistless current untll he found himself at Fast out uT n $e street alone, free, and inde- r again, won't you?" said the that the sun had completely dlsap peared over in tho west, It was get "Surest thing you know!" an- ting very cold. "Thomas Harrison, swered Santa Claus, looking down up- banker," he muttered to himself. on tho bright but tired little face with "What, with tho telephone book and a comforting smile. "Where do you tho city directory, I guess wo can find llvo?" our way homo with Little Blllco." "As If you didn't know that!" cried Ho led tho littlo fellow into n pub Littlo Blllee, giggling. lie telephono station, where ho eager "Hn, hat" laughed Santa Claus. ly scanned tho names in tho book. At "Can't fool you, can I? It would be last last It was found "Thomas Har Plaza." And funny if, after keeping an eye on rlson, you all theso years since you was a then, In tho seclusion of tho tele' baby, I didn't know where you lived, phone booth, Santa Claus sent tho gladdest of all- Christmas messages oh?" "Awful funny," agreed Little Blllee. over tho wire to two distracted par Jflst then Little Blllee noticed for ents; "I havo found your boy wandering the first time the square boards that In the street. He Is safe, nnd I will Santa Claus was wearing. "What arc you wearing those bring him home right away." boards for, Mr. Santa Claus?" he Fifteen minutes later, there might asked. If the lad had looked closely enough, have been seen tho strnngo spectaclo ho would havo seen a very unhappy of a footsore Santa Claus leading a look come Into the old man's face; sleepy little boy up Fifth nvenuo to a but thero was nothing of It in his cross street, which shall bo nameless.o Tho boy vainly endeavored to answer. his companion to "come in and "Oh, those are my back and chest protectors, my lad," meet mamma." "No, Bllleo," tho old man replied ho replied. "Sometimes we have bithurry ter winds blowing nt Christmas, nnd sadly, "I mustmy busy back. You see, day." kiddle, this is I havo to be ready for them. It wouldBut it was not to bo ns Santa Claus n't do for Santa Claus to come down with the sneezes at Christmas time, willed, for Little Blllee's papa, and sisyou know no, street This board in his mamma, and his brothers and ters, and the butler and tho housefront keeps tho wind off my chest, and maids wero waiting at tho front door when they arrived. Led by Littlo Blllee's persistent father, Santa Claus went into the house. Now that tho boy could seo him in tho full glaro of many electric lights, his furs did not seem tho most gorgeous things in the world. When tho flapping front of his red Jacket flew open, tho child was surprised to sec how ragged was the thin gray coat it covered; nnd, as for tho good old saint's comfortable stomach strange to say, ' it wasT not! "I I wish you alf a merry Christmas," faltered Santa Claus; "but I really must be going, sir " "Nonsense!" cried Mr. Harrison. 'Not until you havo got rid of this chill, and ' canH stay, sir," said Santa. 'Til homo child. per-suadd ALLIES CLAIM TO BE GAINING Germans More Than Held In STILL IN BUSINE3 And am doing more and better business all the time. Why? Because I buy with the cash and sell for the cash; therefore, I can sell at a small Check In Flanders. NEW GREAT GUNS IN ACTION Franca Now Claims to Have Turned the Tide of Superiority In Heavy Artillery the Other Way and to Be Outpointing Germany In the Great Game of Massive Gun Work on the Western Line. Berlin (Special): It is officially an nounced that the Germans occupied Lodz on Sunday. London (Special): Her artillery bat tered down a German field fort In Flanders Sunday, Franco announces officially, overmatched German guns in the Champagne district, and si lenccd German batteries near Var ennes in the Argonne. Paris Bays that the announcement confirms what has been known for weeks In military circles that the Germans have lost their early superiority in heavy field artillery and that the allies now havo more powerful and mori numerous guns than the invad ers. The significance of the news from tho French point of viow is that the allies have the metal to stop any German advance and to support an offensive of their own. Berlin admits that the Germans have evacuated Vermelles, in northern France, and that the fire of the French artillery caused unnecessary losses. It Is announced also that the French havo been reinforced in Alsace, but bat their attacks have been unsuccessful, r On the Eastern Battle Line. The campaign in Poland is entering a new stage. The Germans have informed and heavily reinforced their lines, which extend from Mlawa on the Ea3t Prussian frontier, to Cracow. Petrograd believes that a conflict more s gigantic and sanguinary than any series of battles is Impending battle front between alonz a at least 1,100,000 Germans and 3,000,-00- 0 Russians, with the outcome determinative of the situation in the east. Berlin announces officially that the Russians have been repulsed from In fron of Czenstochova; that the situation in southern Poland is unchanged, and that the battle in northern Poland continues. Vienna asserts that the Austrian have gained small successes in Galicla and that stubborn fighting is going on In Servia forty miles southeast of Belgrade. . i pre-Tiou300-mil- e hardware line. ' profit. I carry a full line of Hardware, Furniture, Saddles, Harness, Roofing, Doors, Windows, Window Glass, in fact anything pertaining to the Holidays. Will make special LOW PRICES during convinced. Call and see my stock and prices and be C. TIIMIUS, Sfephensport, Ky. A.. LOUISVILLE, KY. TY8 L P1 Victoria Hotel Opposite Union Station mm Rate $1.00 European j Bath $1.50 tnno mv Inh If I'WgJl, T An " ' great fun, at first. By and by, however, the afternoon waned, and ..little Blllee began to grow tired. He thought of his mamma, and tried to find the shop where he had promised to remain quiet until her return. Up (and down the street he wandered until his little legs grew weary; but there 'was no sign of the shop, nor of the beloved face he was seeking. Once again, and yet once again after that, did the little fellow traverse that crowded highway, his (tears getting harder and harder to pkeep back, and then Joy of Joys jwhom should he see walking Blowly along the sidewalk but Santa Claus The saint was strangely plmself! ft "w'fis I r "What Are You Wearing Those Boards for, Mr. Santa Claus?" (decorated with two "boards, with big red letters on them, (hung over his back and chest. With a glad cry of happiness, Little Blllle ran to meet the old fellow, and put his hand gently into that of the saint. He thought it very strange that Santa Claus's hand should be so red and cold and rough, and so chapped; but he was not In any mood to be critical. Santa Claus, of course, would recognize him at once, and would know Just how to take him back to his queer-looking low spoke. ' "I guess I'd like to go home now, Mr. Santa Claus," ho said. "I'm tired, and I'm afraid my mamma will bo wondering where I've gone to." "That's so, my Htlo man," said Santa Claus, stopping short in ills walk up and down the block. "Your mother will be worried, for a fact; and your father, too I know how I'd feel if my little boy got losted and hadn't come home at dinner time. I don't believe you know whero you live, though now, honest! Come! 'Fess up, Blllee, you don't know where you live, do you?" "Why, yes, I do," said Little Blllee. "It's In the big gray stone houso with the iron fence in front of it, near the the one behind keeps me from getting rheumatism in my back. They are a great protection against the weather " "You've got letters printed there," said the boy, peering around in front of his companion. "What do they spell? You know I haven't learned to read yet." "Merry Christmas to Everybody!'" said Santa Claus. "I have the words printed there so that everybody can see them; and If I miss wishing anybody a merry Christmas, he'll know I meant it Just the same." They walked on now In silence, for Little Dlllee was beginning to feel almost too tired to talk, and Santa Claus seemed to be thinking of something else. Finally, however, the little fel- park." "Oh, that's easy enough!" laughed Claus nervously. "Anybody could say ho lived in a gray stone house with a fence around It, near tho park; but you don't know what street it's on, nor the number, either I'll bet fourteen wooden giraffes against a monkey on a stick!" "No, I don't," said Little Bllleo frankly; "but I know the number of our ortymoblle. It's 'N. Y.'" "Fine!" laughed Santa Claus. Then His Mother Had Left Him There In ho reflected for a moment, eyeing the child anxiously. the "I don't bellevo you even know mamma at home wherever that might your papa's name," ho said. "Yes, I do," said Little Bllleo indigbe. Little Billcu had never thought to inquire JUBt where homo was. All nantly. "His name is Mr. Harrison, ho knew was that it was a big gray and ho owns a bank." "Splendid! stono house on a long street someMade of tin, I suppose, where, with a tall iron railing In front with a nice little holo at the top to of It, not far from tho park. drop pennies Into?" said Santa Claus. "Howdldoo, Mr. Santa Claus?" said "No, it ain't, either!" retorted LitLittle llllleo, as tho other's hand un- tle Blllee. "It's made of stone, and consciously tightened over his own. has more than a, million windows in it. I went down thero with my mamma "Why, howdldoo, klddio?" replied tho old fellow, glancing down at his to papa's ofllco tho other day, so I guess I ought to know." friend, with surprise gleaming from his deep-se- t eyes. "Where "Well, I should say so," said Santa did you drop from?" Claus. "Nobody better. By the way, "Oh. I'm out." said Littlo llllleo Blllee, what does your mamma call bravely. "My mama loft mo a littlo your papa? 'Blllee,' like you?" ho while ago whllo sho went oft ubout added. "Oh, no, Indeed," returned Littlo something, and I guess I got lostud. But It's nil right now, I'm found again, Bllleo. "She calls him papa, except once in a while when he's going away, ain't I?" "Oh, yes, Indeedy, you're found all and then she says, 'Good-by- , Tom.'" "Fine again!" said Santa Claus, right, kiddie," Santa Claus agreod. "And pretty soon you'll take me blowing upon his fingers, for, now i Santa Toy-Sho- new-foun- d Few people realize to what extent their health depends upon the condition of the kidneys. The physician in nearly all cases of serious illness, makes a chemical analysis of the patient's urine. He knows that unless the kidneys are doing their work properly, the organs cannot readily be brought back to health and strength. When the kidneys are neglected or abused in any way, serious results are sure to follow. According to health statistics., Bright's disease which is really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten thousand deaths in 1013, in the state of New York alone. Therefore, it behooves us to pay more attention to the health of these most important organs. An ideal herbal compound that has had remarkable success as a kidney remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. The mild and healing influence of this preparation, in most cases, is soon realized, according to sworn statements and verified testimony of those who Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days have used the remedy. " Your druggist will refund money If PAZO to cure any case of If you feel that your kidneys require OINTMENT (alls Protruding Piles In6 toItching, Blind, Bleeding or 14 days. attention, and wish a sample bottle, The first application gives Ease and Rest 50c. write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-to- n, N. Y. Mention this paper, enFirst Letter to Santy. close ten cents and they will gladly Dear Santy Claus: They tell me it to you by Parcel Post. ' forward Swamp-Roo- t is sold by every drug- times are hard, but I think sutely you Little Bllleo had tho satisfaction of gist in bottles of two sizes 50c and win bring a good little girl like me a acting as host to Santa Claus at a $1.00. pair of kid gloves and a pair of high top good, luscious dinner, which Santa shoes. I am nine years old and in the Claus must havo enjoyed very much. fourtli grade. I am trying to learn fast After dinner Henry came with tho au- KENTUCKY APPLE and make a music teacher of myself, tomobile, and, bidding everybody good CROP STATISTICS My teacher is Miss Lelah Belle Hawkins night, Santa Claus nnd Littlo Blllee's please don't forget her. Please bring papa wont out of tho houso together. father something nice. To dear Santy Christmas morning dawned, and LitThe 1014 apple crop of Kentucky is Claus, from your loving friend, Mary tlo Bllleo awoke from wonderful dreams of rich gifts, and of extraordi- estimated at 8,351,000 bushels ac:ord-In- Louise Hall, Stephensport, Ky. to a report of Federal Department nary adventures with his friend, to find tho reality quite as of Agriculture issued recently. The Government To Help splendid as tho dream things. yield in 1913 was 0,000,000 bushels and Kentucky Hog Raisers As for Santa Claus, Little Bllleo has 9,000,000 bushels in MS.The condition not seen him again; but down at his of the crop at the present time is 64 father's bank thero is a now messenger, per cent of normal , average condition The modern method of solving agri named John, who has a volco so like during the past ten years period has cultural problems by Investigating Santa Claus' voice that whenever Lit- been 40 per cent of normal. them, not only in the laboratory, but tle Bllleo goes down there In tho mowith The apple crop of continential Unit also on the farm in tor to ride home at night with his 230,349,000 thefarmer, has given such admirable papa, he runs into the bank and has ed States is estimated at a long talk with him, Just for the bushels for 1914, while the yield last results that it is to be applied to the antlhog-chole- ra cruscade. pleasure of pretending that It is Santa year was only i45,4o0,000 bushels. Congress has appropriated a half Claus be Is talking to. The average price being paid to farm- t, g new-foun- d what if. you do? I'll give yoiTa better one," said the banker. "I caln't I can't!" faltered the man. "I I I've got a Little Blllee of my own at home waltln' for me, sir. If I hadn't," he added fiercely, "do you suppose I'd be doin this?" He pointed at the painted boards, and shuddered. "I guess Santa Claus Is tired, papa," said Little Blllee, snuggling up closely to the old fellow and taking hold of his hand sympathetically. "He's been walkln' a lot today." "Yes, my son," said Mr. Harrison gravely. "These are very busy times for Santa Claus, and I guess that, as he still has a hard night ahead of him, James had better ring up Henry and tell him to bring the car around right away, so' that we may take him back to his little boy. We'll have to lend him a fur coat, to keep the wind off, too, for it is a bitter night." "Oh," said Little Blllee, "I haven't told you about these boards he wears.-Hhas 'em to keep the wind off, and they're fine, papa!" Littlo Blllee s pointed to the two which Santa Claus had leaned against the wall. "He says he uses 'em on cold nights," the lad went on. "They have writing on 'em, too. Do you know what it says?" "Yes," Paid Mr. Harrison, glancing at the boards. "It says 'If You Want a Good Christmas Dinner for a Quarter, Go to Smlthson's Cafe.'" Little Blllee roared with laughter. "Papa's trying to fool me, Just as you did when you pretended not to know where I lived, Santa Claus," he said, looking up into the old fellow's face, his own countenance brimming over with mirth. "You mustn't think ho can't read, though," the lad added hastily. "He's only Joking." "Oh, no, Indeed, I shouldn't havo thought that," replied Santa Claus, smiling through his tears. "I've been Joking, have I?" said Little Blllee's papa. "Well, then, Mr. Billiam, suppose you inform me what it says." "Merry Christmas to Everybody,'" said Little Billeo proudly. "I couldn't read It myself, but ho told me what it said. He has it printed there so that if ho misses saying it to anybody, they'll know ho means It Just tho same." "By Jove, Mr. Santa Claus," cried Little Blllee's papa, grasping the old man warmly by the hand, "I owe you ten million apologies! I haven't believed in you for many a long year; but now, sir, I take It all back. You do exist, and, by the great horn spoon, you are the real thing!" sign-board- Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business .Men and Shoppers How'sThis? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Arm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is token Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold Dy an uruggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation, it ni?uuiN'? conntpv Stephansport, Ky, - You Can Buy , 12 cakes Mohawk Soap for -- F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, O. A WARNING TO MANY e Some Interesting Facts About Kidney Trouble. 25s gallon Karo Syrup 45c gallon Karo Syrup ...23c 14c A household remedy in America for 1 pound Coffee 1 pound Black Pepper... 15c 25 years Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. 2 pounds Soda ....05c For cuts, sprains, burns, scalds, bruises, 3 Cans Pork and Beans 10c 3 pounds Rice 25c and 50c. At all drug stores. 25c 3 pounds Prunes ....2jflr 25?'" 3 pounds Evaporated Peaches Tea, perpound ..50c GLEN DEAN Fane Christmas Candies, cheapest In town. Nuts, Oranges, Cocoanuts and everything in the grocery line. Miss Maud Smith, daughter of Ves Smith, who has been ill of typhoid fever, million dollars to carry on the work is slowly improving. Mrs. F. V. Bailey entertained the and experiments will be made in all Black Lick W. M. S. Thanksgiving parts of the United States. The aim will After a bountiful dinner, at 1:30 the be not onl y to exterminate the disease meeting was called to order. Cuba was in the test sections, but also to discover the most practical, efflcent and eccnO tlie subject. mlcai methods for continuing the work Mrs. Allie Thompson, of Tar Springs, through out the country. is visiting her brothers, J. T. and C. W. This investigation will fill a longfeit Jones. want in Kentucky, as the hog death Mr Charles Edmunds, of Louisville, in this State from cholera is 00 p visited his niece, Mrs. K. I.. Robertson. rate er 1,000 head, and hog raises are los lies-to- n Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. ing average of 136,000 hog, vauled at Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. 1,050,000, from this disease aunually. Ask for prices. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Peake, of Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's Louisville, spent Thanksgiving with her The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. B. Hoskins chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Mr, Fred Owen and daughter, Miss General Tonic because it contains the Ilettie, entertained at dinner Thanks well known tonic properties of QUININE giving. His children were all with him. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and He is 81 years old and not very well. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. 1 J- ers for apples at the present time is cents per bushel. 1 T -J -- ttiia x catiics...... 62 3 Cans Salmon . 8 Bars Lenox Soap Soap 7 Bars 6 Bars P. & G. Naptha Soap 6 Bars Clean-EasSoap 2 Cans Corn 2 Cans Kraut .. . 3 Cans Tomatoes. 3 Cans Peas y .250 25c 25c 25c ....25c . 15c 15c 25c 25c n ......... ......iffC j Kentucky Will Send tail mioeu tu aa r-- luivh - The United States has annroxlmatalv 300,000,000 bushels of wheat on hand' frhi fnr pxnnrt nnd nrnefcirallv all of it will probably be sold to the war- - vir ring countries 01 curope. According to a report Issued today by the United A States Department of Agriculture the ' j wheat production of the United State this year will be around 892,000,000 ,S bushels and only 601,000,000 bushels "J will be needed for food consumption J?, and seed purposes at home. The lier canlta wheat consumotion of v. of Kentucky for food Is 4.5 bushels, and s the total annual retirement for seed and food purposes in this State is 11, i I 000 bnshels. Anv skin Itchlnc Is a temner tpatnr drug stores. . Try a want ad. Today 2 00 C. Dowell, sherd! allowance $J, months 8, amount $40. Heron, seconded by Squire Baxter, the Dr. J. A. Sandbach, Med. Atten 2 00 Mrs. Thomas O'Counell, J. C. Nolle, S. Miller, clerk tion Mrs. Lorn Vhitworth....$ 8 55 00 submitted by the East St. bid of 1550 M Roland judge 2 0() trustee; allowance $4, months 7, amount Louis Bridge Co., for a ten ton bridge no. D. HabDage, rrinling uai- 301 00 $28. ... 2 00 J. L. Mall, judge lots, itemized complete according to plans and speci 2 00 Pleasant M. Heath, J. C. Noite, John M Sklllman, sheriff fications was accepted according to Jno. D. Babbage, publishing Of the Breckinridge County Fis- plnns and specifications therefor, and 2 00 SO 50 trustee, allowance $4, months 6, am't Paul Shrewsbcrry, clerk Fiscal Court proceedings oe lieavln, judge .. 2 00 D. Shellman, claim Itemized. 45 15 $24. the bid of the Vincennes Bridge Co., on cal Court at Its October 3 00 Mrs. Have Logsdon, J. C. Nolle, trus I). B. Phelps, judge no, I', Haswell, br., claim the modified plans and specifications J. V. Carter, sheriff . 3 60 Itemized Term, 1914. 9 00 tee; temporary $1.50. was rejected; the yea and nay vote be- V. Lhapiti, clerk 2 00 Mrs. Kosalne lllbbs, Gus Shellman, ng taken upon the question after the Dr. H. E. Royalty, dental work 2 00 trustee; allowance $3, months 12, am't George N. Harris, judge 3 00 for paupers plans and specifications had been modi' At a regular term of the Breckln-ridg- e fied and that the bid of $550.00 be ac- B. S. Norrls, pauper coffin, W. B. Allen, Judge 2 00 $30. County Fiscal Court, began and cepted made by the East St. Louis Mrs. Margaret Hale, Gus Shellman, J. W. Carter, clerk 2 00 6 00 Everett Minter held in the Court House In Hardins- Bridge Co. and a poll being taken the 3 60 17 50 trustee, allowance 4, months 12, amount Chas. Hawkins, sheriff J. Hook, claim itemized burg, Kentucky, on Tuesday, October following Justices voted in favor of ac a 00 II. A. Oelze, iudge On motion by Squire S. D. Cox, sec $48. 6th, 1014. 2 00 Mrs. Allgood, Gus Shellman, trustee; i. 1). Squirrs, judge cepting the bid made by the East St. onded by Squire J, J. Keenau, a yea Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell, Judge Louis Bridge Co. at the sum of $550.00 and nay vote being taken, it is ordered llownncc $4, months 12, amount SIS. 3 00 P. E. Mnrscli, sheriff County Fiscal for of the Breckinridge 2 00 Dan Carwile, Gus Shellman, trustee; W. V. Perkins, clerk the Bridge complete according to by this Court that James H. Curry be, Court, and the following named Jus- contract, 2 00 Squire Heron yea; nd he Is, hereby exempt from paying allowance $1, months 7, amount $2t..'l0. T. M. Bates, Judge D. C. Hertices of the Peace, Mollie Bland, Gus Shellman, trustee, Alf Hawkins, judge 3 40 Squire Bennett yea; Squire Baxter yea; Poll Tax In Breckinridge County, Ky. on, W. W. Baxter, C. E. Robbins, J. Squire Robbins yea; Squire Cox yea; llowaucc $3; months 12. amount $36, B. P. Frank, sheriff Came Chas. M. Heston, Pauper Com 3 40 J. Keeman, Abe Bennett and S. C. and Squire Keenan yea, and the same missioner of Breckinridge County, Ken2 00 Stanford Board, Gus Shellman, trus W. 1'. Ryan, clerk Cox being all the Justices of the Peace was made unanimous, Joe Stewart, judge 3 60 tucky, and moved to file his annual re tee, temporary $3. In Commission. G. B. Gtbblns. M. L. Harl, trustee; J. T. Basham, sheriff 3 60 Thereupon came the County Attorney port as such Commissioner, whereupon The election of County Road Engl- - and produced a written contract ac It is ordered by the Court that said re allowance $3, months i2, amount $30, A. V, Whltworth, judge 2 00 neer being before the Court; the Coun- cording to plans and specifications for port be filed, and Squire D. C. Heron, Mary Jane Johnson, M. L. Harl, Win. Gilbert, clerk 2 00 ty Judge recommended the re appoint- the construction of said bridge; and Squire S. C. Cox and Squire J. J. Keen' trustee; allowance $3, months i2, amo't H. G.Vessells, judge 5 20 ment of R. M. Basham for said posi- the same was read to the Court, and on an are hereby appointed as a Commit W. Cunningham, judge 2 00 36. tion; and on motion of Squire D. C motion of Squire Baxter, seconded by tee to examine into and Investigate Rusaw Board, M. L. Harl trustee; G. B. Cuunlngham, sheriff a 20 Heron, seconded by Squire W. W. Bax- Squire Heron, the same was approved, said report, and they will make report allowance $ months 4, amount $20. E. P. Egart, clerk 2 00 ter, the vote being taken yea, and nay; 4 40 Foster Daughcrty, M. L. Harl trus S. W. Bassett, judge yea and nay vote being taken, there of their findings on tomorrow, Thurs R. M. Basham was declared elected to upon came George Hartmoml for the day a. m. 2 00 J. H. Avltt, judge tee; temporary $3. said office and the appointment 4 40 Minutes read and approved, and upon John R. Elder, Allle Pate trustee; J. B. Ricketts, sheriff East St. Louis Bridge Co. and signed made on recommendation of the County n open Court, the said contract and motion of Squire D C. Heron, second allowance $3, months i2, amount! W. Brown, clerk 2 00 Tndce was nooroved and R. M. Basham 1 60 Mrs. Sallie Blair, Perd McClelien, A. J. Dye, judge the same approved in open Court and ed by Squire W. W. Baxter the court as County Road Is now nrmointed 2 00 signed by the Hon. D. D. Dowell, it djourned until tomorrow, Thursday, trustee; allowance $3, mouths 12, am't R. D. St. Clair, judge Engineer of Breckinridge County for a was further ordered on said motion that October 8th at !) o'clock. C. H. Claycomb, sheriff S36. 3 HO term of two years, from October 1st, the said Bridge Company be required '1 (K) John Courtney, Ferd McClelien, trus Berry Norton, clerk D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C, I9I4, to October 1st, 19IO, at a salary to execute bond according to law for At a Fiscal Court continued and held tee; allowance $4; months 2, amount ?8. E. 15. Smith, judge 2 00 of $600.00 per year; said Basham is Mrs. Clara Basham, Jackson Urear, A. O. Marshall, judge 4 40 the faithful performance of said con In and for Breckinridge County, Ky,, to execute bond unto said Coun tract, the said Bridge Company agree on Thursday, October 8th, 1014, pres trustee; allowance $4, months 11, al- Newsom Gardner, sheriff 1 40 ty according to law and to be approved ing in open court to execute bond to the ent: Hon. D. D. Dowell, presiding, lowance $44. J. U. Herndon, clerk 2 00 hv the Countv ludtre of said County 2 00 Mrs. Abe Whltworth, Tom Gray Chas. II. Drury, judge County for the faithful performance of and the following named Justices of the ThH nuestion of constructing an 4 30 every duty pertaining Peace, viz: D. C. Heron, W. W. Bax trustee: allowance $5, months i2, am't D. C. Heron, iudce its each and Abbuttment for Lick Run Bridge across thereto to be approved by the County ter, C. E. Robbins, J. Dr. P. W. Foote, sheriff 4 30 J. Keenan, Abe $00. Yellow Bank Creek, coming before the 2 00 John W. Dennis, Tom Gray, trustee; Amos P. SIpes, clerk Judge. S. D. Cox, being all the Bennett and Pnnrt! the Countv Road Engineer C. C. Martin, judge 5 20 allowance $3, months 11, amount $33. The question of payment for the Justices of the Peace in Commission. made a written report to the Court that Bridge and Abbuttments constructed 2 00 James Bennett, J. H. Hardin, trus J. S. Miller, judge we your committee appointed on wnrk was needed and also made by : 20 the Vincennes Bridge Co., and October 7th, to investigate the annual tee; allowance $4; mouths S. am't $32, J. W. Hulllues, sheriff estimates for the work; ana bias there Bohler & Co, across Sinking Creek be report of Chas. M, Heston, Iv.uper 00 Matilda Clark, J. II. Hardin, trustee, N. B. Board, clerk fore were opened In Court and Bohler ing before the Court, the same was de 2 00 Corbit Ammons, John Morris, trus Stanley Gray, judge Commissioner of Breckinridge County, & Co. of Cloverport being the lowest ferred until Wednesday morning, Oc 4 30 Ky., beg leave to advise that we give tee; allowance $3, months i2, amouut W. H. Tinius, judge and best bidder for said work according tober the 7th. Ernest Meadow, sheriff 4 3O carefully checked each Item of said re 3i- to olans and specifications were award 2 00 Frazier Brown, Milt Brown, trustee Elva Butler, clerk The question of payment for repairs port and that we find same correct and ed the contract for same at the price of on Court House heretofore ordered by 2 00 G. H. Royalty, judge recommend that It be approved, Signed: allowance $4, months 12, amount $18. $362.50. There being no other bias be this Court, on report of the Committee, 4 00 Adam Mucker, HaynesT rent, trustee D. D. Carter, judge D. C. HERON, Chairman fore the Court, on a yea and nay vote Judge D. D, Dowell and the County allowance $4, months io, amount $10. Mc H. Quiggins, sheriff 4 c0 J. J. KEENAN, Member. . ! 1 1. .. nnntrnnt was OC1UK liiKCU, niu " (Continued next week) Jailer, A. Mc. Meador, that the work D. S. COX, Member. $ 0 00 E. Ford, pauper coffin vSfso let. It is further ordered by the had been done in asatlsfactory manner, A:ourt that said Bohler & Co., shall it is now ordered that the sum of $50.00 On motion of Squire W. W. Baxter, Loyd Cox, coroner's fees 7 50 Sick Headache. by Squire Abe Bennett, a yea execute bond with sufficient surety to the contract price to be paid to P. R seconded T. Z. Allen, for use and benefit Sick headache is nearly always caused of A. McMeador guarding and the County for the faithful performance Payne, and the said work is now ac and nay vote being taken, resulted in a by disorders of the stomach. Correct 10 10 nf said contract. In a sura equal to the cepted, and the Committee is now dis unanimous vote, whereupon It is order and nursing prisoners them and the periodic attacks of sick ed by the Court that said report be D. Dowell, Inquest Jsaac amount of the contract and they shall charged. headache will disappear. Mrs. John adopted and spread upon the Order nntlfv the Countv Road Engineer the Compton 7 50 Minutes read and approved, and on Bishop, of Roseville, Ohio, writes: day they begin work on said abbutt motion the Court adjourned until Wed Book of this Court. The report is in C. Heron, inquest M. Welsh. t "About a year ago I was troubled with words and figures as follows, mpnfr nnd same shall be under the etc i5 00 nesday a. m. at 0 o'clock. indigestion and had sick headache that To tho Fiscal Court of Breckinridge supervision of the County Road Engl S. P. Parks, inquest M Welsh 5 00 lasted tor two or three days at a time. D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C, County. .i,..lnrF , Via nnnstrnrt Inn thereof. L. B. Moreman, Inquest S. UCU 4W At a Fiscal Court continued and held I doctored and tried a number of remThe undersigned Pauper Commission On motion of Squire Bennett, second in and for Breckinridge County, Ken Grinnell 5 00 edies but nothing helped me until durof Breckinridge County, respectfully Murray Co., atty., office ed bv Sauire Keenan, a yea and nay tucky, on October 7th, 1014, present' er C. ing one of'those sick spells a friend of his acts since Octo 20 iO vote being taken, Dr. John E. Kinche Hon. D. D. Dowell, presiding, and the submits a report rent, etc to take Chamberlain's Tabber 1st, 1013 to October 1st, 1914. loe was declared elected as County following Justices of the Peace, viz: D Richard Lampton, damages in lets. This medicine relieved me in a Number of paupers in Poor House Oo 7 50 of Breckinridge County, for roadway Phvslclan Heron, W. W. Baxter, C. E. Rob 11 short time." For sale by all dealers. a term of two years, at a salary of bins, J. J. Keenan, Abe Bennett and tober 1st, lal3 J. C. Nolte, books for indigent of paupers received In Poor Number 75.00 tier vear. 2 37 children D. Cox, being all of the Justices of House since October 1st, 1013 w. C. Pate, deputy sheriff's fees 13 00 The question being before the Court the Peace in commission. SALE Nan Eskrldge 17 70 COMMISSIONER'S as to A. T. Beard, Sheriff ot urecktn E. McDavis, claim itemized The claim of Pal Garner for $50.00 as Myrtle Walls Pnnntv. making settlement for Commissioner in Bridge across Rough T. A. Rhodes, claim itemized... i2 90 Tom Allen Taxes collecting out of the levy ot IU14; Creek at Hornbacg's Mill, on motion of T. Hoben, 2 pauper coffins for Wm. Rusher, Eliza Duncan.. 11 00 Brcckenridga Circuit Court, Kentucky. a motion was made by Squire Heron, Squire Cox, seconded by Squire Bax Number ot paupers discharged from Poor House since Oct. 1st, 1013... Equity B. F. Beard & Co., claim item II. U. Prvmire.jAdm'r, Plaintiff, seconded by Squire Baxter, a yea and ter, a yea and nay vote being taken Myrtle Walls, discharged March against 0. 43 53 nav vote being taken, it is ordered that the claim is allowed in the sum of $ 20.00, ized Mattie Barger, etc., Defend 'tj 3G20 1914. the said Beard make his settlement at B. P. Beard & Co , claim Item Ordered by the Court that the fol Will Logston. discharged Aug. 22 By virtue of a Judgment and Order 158 20 ized the April Term, lgl5, of this Court, and lowing claims be and they are hereby 1014- ot bale ot lireckrenndge Circuit Court, it Is further oidered that C. V. Robert- - allowed: J. Keenan, Inquest Mildred ' at October term tnereut. Number of paupers who have, died 7 t0 rendered Pate ion, County Court Clerk, and Allen R R. G. Gardner, Window Glass iqi4, in the above cause, for the sale of since October 1st, 1013 ...1 V, Robertson, costs In DempKincheloe. be and they are hereby ap $ 1 00 trie hereinafter described real e.state, itemized shall, proceed pointed as a Committee to make said W. S. Ball, 0 days as County Nan Eskridge died April 27, 1914. ster road case 7 iO and all costs therein, ready for a to offer for sale at the Court House T. Beard, costs In Dempster settlement and have same 30 00 Number of paupers in Poor House on Attorney pro tern door In Hardinsburg, to the highest 11 nt the Anrll Term. 1q15. of this Worrell Mig. Co. Disinfectants 3 50 date of this report.... ster road case JW4 bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, Court. J. E. Willett B. A Whlttingtll, Viewer In the 28th day of December, 1914, at one 30 00 itemized 1 50 o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Dempster road case The question of all printing for the Taylor Scott, guarding prisoners 5 00 Ann Willett county court day), upon a credit of six Sis Robertson Countv being before the Court, on mo Bradley & Gilbert Co. claim Samuel Mathews, Viewer In months, the fallowing described prop1 50 Dempster road case tion of Squire Heron, seconded by itemized Lucretla Pool 48 45 erty, to wit: Mrs. Bettle Dempster, damages Squire Baxter, a yea and nay vote be S. C. Mercer, Clerk Rachel Loyd 2 00 Tract No. 1, lying and being in ordered that the pro Clarence Drane, Judge OS 00 Breckenridge county, Kentucky, and road case ins taken, it is Jennie Wallace 3 9O bounded and described as follows: Mary Fry ceedinzsof the Fiscal Court be pub J. W. Carman, Judge A. T. Beard, election commls- 2 00 Beginning at Dr. J. B. Frymire's cor a newspa U 00 G. W. Hultz lished in the Record-Pres- s, ioner 3 days 3 00 Cliff Aldridge, Sheriff ner, tlience b. bo . Io poles to a Hardinsburg, Ky per published at W. J. Ammons stake on the east side of the Union Star J. V. St. Clair, election commis 2 00 Homer Pile, Clerk 4 00 road, thence with said road N. 39 B. and the Breckinridge News, a newspa Joe Glasscock, Iudge G. W. Hambleton sioner 2 days 2 00 80 poles to the forks of the road at ... nnhltshed at Clovernort. Ky.. at the Tom Allen R. L. Oelze, election commis 40 Lon Glssscock, Judge 4 Prynnre, thence S. 36 K. 31 poles to twice of fifty cents per inch, the print Pal Garner, Sheriff 00 Number of paupers being cared for out sioner 1 day 4 4O the beginning, containing 7 acres more loir to be divided equally between them T. of Poor House since Oct. 1st Russell Compton, election com side or less. 2 00 J. Moore, Clerk buying coal fcr the Second tract: Beginning at a stone 1013 3 00 40 The Question of missioner 1 day 4 10 T. N. Fentress, Judge on the west side of the Hhodelia road, County being before the Court, and on E. J. Seaton, Judge 2 00 Emmallne Noble, T. N. Berry, Mrs, Dennie Sbeerau, election com running thence S. &7i W. i26 poles to 2 00 motion of Squire Baxter, seconaea Dy W. C. Kane, Sherlg missioner 1 day 4 10 Ben Duncan, Mrs. Rosaine Hibbs, Mrs a stone corner to the dower tract: required Squire Keenan, that the coal thence N. 35 K. 2 poles to a white oak 2 00 Margaret Hale, Mrs. Allgood, Mi: W. R. Moorman, Jr., Clerk C. V. Robertson, clerk commis be purchased, and that Judge u. u C. L. Fisher, Judge G 00 stump, on the side of branch; thence sioner 3 days 4 '10 Mollie Bland, G. B. Glbbins, John R with said nrancn w. iu) poles to a Dowell, and the County jailer, a. mc A. B. Willoby, Judge 2 00 Elder, Mrs. Sallie Blair, Mrs. Clara sugar tree stump on the bank of Yellow Jesse Fratze, damage to land, Meador. are bow appointed a Commit 4 3O Basham, Mrs. Abe Whltworth, James J. H. Rebarker, Sheriff 80 00 Bank creek; tlience with the meanders Pullen road tee to purchase coal required and a suf- W. W. Baxter, Clerk 2 00 Bennett, Matilda Clark, Corbitt Am C. V. Robertson, claim 25 00 of said creek 3i poles to a hickory Joe Robinson's ficient sum of money for the purchase It is ordered by the Court that the mons, Frazier Brown, Mrs. Amanda C. V. Robertson, fees Itemized .. 292 30 stump, line in. oiyt a.corner: thence to? poles to a with ins of same is hereby appropriated out of following claims be allowed for houses Blankenshlp, Avreustus Anderson, J. D. Hambleton, poll tax erron post on the road; thence with said road the County Funds and they will make a in which August Primary Election was Adam Mucker, Mrs. Rosa Russell, Mrs K. Hi poles to the beginning, 1 j0 S. eously assessed report at the next term of this Court ot held. Elsie .Clark, Henru Landrum, Mary A. J. Dve. deputy sheriff fees... 0 00 containing 2S acres more or less. actions. their The tract set apart by the said com$ 3 00 Adkisson, Dave Allen and family, Rosa Wm. Hensley deputy oherift's missioner to the widow as her homeThe claim of Pal Garner, as Bridge Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co 3 00 Johnson, Elsy Duncan, Dan Carwile, Jesse Carman, 22 50 stead is described as follows: Beginfees rnmmissloner for the Hornback Mill 3 00 Rusaw Board, Edd Carman, Mary Jane Wm. Gibson, dep'ty sheriff's fees 13 50 ning at the forks of the Union Star aud R. G. Gardner Bridge, being before the Court, on mo Khodelia roads, running thence with 3 00 Johnson, John W. Dennis, James C J. O. Hook Citv of Irvington, house for magHon of Squire Baxter, seconded by the Union Star road S. 39 W. SO poles 2 00 Foote and wife, Dave Claycomb, Len Fred Frank 2 00 to a stake; thence S. 55 W. 20 poles to istrate's court Sauire Robbins, a yea and nay vote be Proctor Keith...., 2 00 Horsley, Annie Keys, Mrs. Marvin T. J. Adklsson, guarding lunatic 2 00 a stone on the bank near where said intr taken, the claim was deferred until Yellow Bank creek; thence 2 00 Compton, Casslnger, John Courtney, H. A. Oelze 2 00 road crosses Thos. Thomas, guarding lunatic Wednesday morning the 7th, Inst. N. 35 V. 00 poles to a stone 2 poles 2 00 Mrs. Thomas O'Connell, Logan Smith Dr. J. E. Kincheloe, salary as question of building a Bridge Abner Dent Stephensport E. from a white oak stump by a S. 35 The 2 00 Pleasant M. Heath, Everett Minter, Cltv Hall at county health officer 1 year.. 75 00 branch; thence with the division line over Rough Creek at Tate's Mill being Wm. Mllner 2 Mrs. Ella Askins, Mrs. Arad Morris, N. 07 1 i K. 1 20 poles to a stone on the before the Court, bids having been ad It is ordered by the Court that the Rhodolla road: thence with said road 2 Santa Alexander, J. W, Hultz, H. C. E. F. Egart be opened on this the vertlsed for to following. claims be allowed to Elec- S. 36)2 E. 41 poles to the beginning, Blair, Mrs. George Brown. 2 Dr. Heudrick Cth day of October, 1914, the Bids re City of Irvlngton 2 The names of paupers outside of Poor tion Officers for their services at the containing 4U acres more or less.surety The purchaser, with approved ceived according to plans and speclfi W. W. Keith 2 House, their allowance and names of August Primary, 1914: or securities, must execute bond, bearcations were opened in court and the J no. Meador since Oct. 1st, lgl3: 2 00 ing legal Interest from the day of sale .$ 2 00 their trustee Chas. M. Miller, clerk bids and plans and specifications read 2 00 until paid, and having the force and Emmallne Noble, D. S. Richardson, William DeHaven, judge 2 00 Custer Lodge Replevin bond lien retained also the estimates for said to the court, 2 00 effect of a trustee; allowance $3, months i2, Pat Sheeran, sheriff 2 Hudson Lodge to secure payment of purchase money. "Rrldee made bv the County Road Engi Pile Brothers 8 00 Bidders will be prepared to comply amount, $36. 2 G. A. Wright, judge neer and the State Commissioner of Dr. J. H. Hart 3 00 promptly with these terms. 3 T. N. Berry, J. C. Nolte, trustee; al- Taylor Beard, judge Court, after re Hlirhwavs. the whole LEE WALLS, Commissioner. 2 00 lowance $0, months $i2, amount 179. 3 Tom Oregory, judge E. L. Robertson CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. celving said bids, retired and went into Mrs. McCarty 2 Oo 2 Mrs. Ben Duncan, J. O. Nolte, trus- Marshall Norton, sheriff executive session and reported tnere-ftit3 00 M. Basham, clerk $3, months 12, amount R. tkat their rejected the estimates It Is ordered by the Court that the tee; allowance 3 00 W. L. Seaton, judge Use the Wjuit Column following claims be, and they art here raada for said Bridge by said Commit- a Oo Homley, J, C. Nolte, trustee; Andrew Driskell, judge Lee allowed, viz: 11. u by loMrs, and oa motion ot squire , : t: ed v I 1 rn.-n'r1 g L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies SUBSCRIBE NOW cnoo Walls o o pi aoa & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, aonraifolfoirH : Ky. We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. I Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the poitngf both wayi on nil piiekiiRcs fine, or otsr, work 1'rompt eunriintot'il flnt-clu- ss deliveries In inultnry packages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lulormntion. Hotter, still, send trlnl bundle. Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. 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PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Grandmother Give? bit because every Christ-maand birthdiiy her own dear grandmother gave her Silver Spoon. u Sterling Now slio is ii young bride and just gone to housekeeping with one set of table spoons, two dozen tea spoons it ii o NCB there was u little n nnd one dozen colTeo spoons. These were all given to her by grandmother, nnd she is s:) :lad now to have them. Wednesday aftorunon. The Ladies' Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, South, will have n bazaar in the Mnsonic building Friday nnd Saturday. I be proceeds will go for the par sonage. The Poultry aud Corn Show will lie held ut the Masonic building Wednesday, Thursday and I' ridny. Don't forget, for your best Xmas gifts, the Ilardinsburg Jeweler. Mrs. C. V. Robertson left Sun-dafor Louisville to visit Mrs. Lewis Kincholoo and Mrs. ICato Dcard. Mrs. Hcaid is in very poor health. Tu-day, Registered Durock's Spring Boars ready for service. Gilts bred for spring litters. Sired by Superba, Fancy Colonel, Defender's Best and Woodrow; the very hest blood lines known to the breed, and out of sons equally as well bred. The big kind with quality at reduced prices for next 30 days. P. MAYSEY : Patent. Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! It Hardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky y G. Stephensport, Kentucky lies- Cotton Seed Ileal and Sucrene. ton Whitworth & Co., Ilardinsburg. Ask for prices. IRVINGTON IRVINGTON PHARMACY mNe Drug Store That Saves You Money-K 1 Daxtcr, of Irv- at Mrs. Nannie inJ. athen spent spent the week-enseveral days Louisville last (jien Dean with her parents. week. Walter Drown, of Custer, was A well conducted Prescription Pharmacy is the place to select for your prescripJblovd Carter has returned to in town calling on his friends last his home at Clovernort after Monday. tions and family recipes. When you take medicines you depend upon results. spending several days with his Miss Mattie Kcid, after a visit You get results from our drugs and medicines compounded by graduates in to friends, has returned to Bowl-in- brother, Bernard Carter, at Sun rise blope Green. GIVE Messrs. D. C. Heron and Paul No gift is so long appreciated as a gift selected from the line as- Wilson were in Louisville Wed your little granddaughter a nesday sorted jewelry' at T. C. Lewis' SILVER SPOON this jewelry store. J. W. Massie, traveling Christmas. It will hut a Rex Olive Oil Rex Special Sale Ideal Hair Mrs, Myrtle Aldridge, of Ilnr-nefor Iiobinson Bros., was in lovely collection. in town shopping last our town last week. was is an inported olive oil, tho very finest qualBrushes Monday. ity obtainable. It is tho puro virgin oil, Mesdames ltobt. Bell and S. 13, Keguhir $1.23 Itegular tfl.OO the first pressing of perfect olives growD in Some of the county men, whoso ray no ana miss lM'ciyn layno 63C 50c Bru.-he-s Brushes .. tho most famous groves of Franco. names were, gotten by the corre- were in Louisville Wednesday for medicinal and culinary purposes spondent, who were in town last shopping. W. E. week on business: 25 pint bottle J. C. Payne, cashier First State A dose of our Cough Syrup willy West View, Gid and 1 pint bottle .50 Bank,wentto Louisville Ihursday. ward off a serious illness if given in Miller, Kirk, Taylor Dowell, 1 quart can $1.00 The oflieo of tho Planters Col time. Keep a bottle on hand. Large l fir Irvington, W. D. Smith. West operative Insuraneo Co. of Meade cun ...... ?a.oo View, Charlie and Pete Maytoy, and Urcckcnriuge bottle only 25c. 1 galv can.. .$3.00 I have many beautiful counties held a Stcphensport, Add Arms, Sample, business meeting hero Wednesday, patterns in Silver Spoons E, A. Tone, Hardius Springs, Those who attending tho meeting and other Silver Articles. Sunt Garner, Basin Spring, ltov. were: Chas. H. Drury, of Bcw Lex's Toiletine for Those Chapped Hands, Face and Lips C. L. Druinuton, Cy Moorman leyville; A. J. Thompson, and S. H. Davis, Harned, Jcsso Will Jirown, Lkron, and Guston; A. M Miller and llcrmon Dieckman, Hatdin, Lodihurg. Sample, J. W. Marr, Garfield, Mr. and 'Mrs. Jonas Lyon were Forrest Lyons, George and Tom "Business by Wire" is safe and instantaneous. Call us up wheu in need of any Drug Store ham Davis, in Louisvillo lniday, ebster, Lvddan. JEWELER Wants; we will gladly take your order by phone and assure you of tho same careful and considerMr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas and McQuady, Green Dandy, Irving- ate dealing as if you called in person. Whenever you want any Drug Store Goods in a hurry littlo daughter, Gola, left for Bar HARDINSBURG, KY. ton. Miss Clara Eskridge, of Gar rott'a Ferry and Hartford Satur field, spent Saturday with her day for an indefinite stay, S. J. Chick, D. D., of Louis mother, Mrs. Addio Eskridge Lex's Cold Tablets will Cure That Cold in One Night. Sample Free Prof. Andrew DrUkell, who ville, was a guest at the home of HARDINSBURG in the High School at Miss Eva Carrigan on Thursday teaches Fordsvillc, was the guest of his night. Mr. John Iraordc, of Louisville, "If wisdom's ways you wisely seek, Guaranteed FountainxSyringes Guaranteed Hot Water Bottles family Saturday and Sunday. I'ive things observe with care: Mr. D. C. Moorman, of Glen spent several days last week with To whom you speak, of whom you speak, Kvery home should have a hot water bottle. In These are all fresh goods, purchased direct from the Ami now, ami when, ami where ' Dean, was on the train Friday Mr. and .Mrs. C J. Carnegie. We time of pain and suffering they are indispensable. exchanged if found manufacturer and sold at Mrs. Sarah Henry and daugh nisrht en route homo from a busi guarantee everyone we sell and retail them at wholesale imperfect; all fitted with 3 pipes. ter, Miss Mary Honry, left T'hurs ness trip to Louisville. prices. dav for Leitehtield for an indefi Robert Haswell, Samuel and Perfection No 110 Miss Loui.c Moorman spent N. 59c 75c ji.oo 69c Perfection No. 32, white rubber William Evans entertained to a Sunday at her home near Glen nite stay. While there they wi! Perfection, No. 110 l 00 75c $1 00 .69c l'irst Aid, white rubber f rook party in their joint last Dean with her parents, Mr, and bo tho cuests of Mr. and Mrs, 89c red rubber f 1.25 red.. 9C 1.25 Ed. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. week. Prof. Steele and Dr. II. V. Mrs. D. C. Moorman. . . 89c Roxbury, red rubber nX i fi.25 Nick Henry. Kunneuk wcie their gue.ts. $1.25 quari iuxuury, rcu.. ....... ......... .... 09c $1.00 White Seal, red rubber 51.50 . 25 Miss Aliene Cowley and Mr, No. X413, white 89c Messrs. W. S. Masiey and J. Large Differences in Price $1 19 Mone back, chocolate rubber gl.50 Glen Bunger were quietly married II. Gardner arc in Constant iue Hub, red ... $1.19 i 25 1 1. 50 Venis, cloth inserted 51 75 Of Interest to Land Owners last ednesday at 4 p. m. at the this week hunting White Seal, red....American Beauty, red rubber fi.49 jgl.50 ..... 52.00 Willard hotel, Louisvil e. The j?2.25 $1 69 Maximum, chocolate rubber Money Back, chocolate Mr. and Mrs John O'lieilly, In The Owensboro Messenirer was hrido is tho daughter of Mr. and $1.50 $1.19 advertised 75 acres of land In Daviess .Ir., are visiting in Owen-bor- o red rubber, G600 $1.75 $1.25 COriBINATION SVRINOE AND WATER BOT1LE county at the price of $4,.r00. In this Mrs. Lon Cowley, of near this this week. Mr. O'Keilly isstud'-in- issue of The llreckenridce News is ad place, and tho groom is the son of Style M. red $1.34 red rubber $2.00 $1.50 $2 00 the loose leaf tobacco business vertised 72 acres for $575. Uuy land in Mr. It. H. Bunger, of Meado red rubber $1.49 $2,25 American Beauty, red... f 2.25 .......$1.69 and will be connected with the Breckenridge county at low prices, cul county. Roxbury. red rubber fl.74 J2.oo $2.50 tvate it and it will soon rival soli in Hub, red $1.29 warehouse hete. $2 25 3.00 2 quart American Beauty, red rubber.- Daviess county. Mrs. George J. NelL of Guston, Monogram, chocolate full capacity.. $2.26 Maximum, chocolate rubber $3.00 f 2 49 f3.oo Vic Pile has returned from a was tho week-enguest of Miss trip in Ohio county in the intci- Heavy Loss By Fire Eva Carrigan. est of the Ilardinsburg Milling Mrs. C. H. Kirk, of Owensboro. Logan Glassock's residence and barn Let the children have a Brownie Co. FILMS DEVELOPED Agents for Sunday niyht. One horse was Ky., has returned to her home the children always enjoy takburned Expert J. Y. Drown, of Louis- - burned and all his feed destroyed. Loss after beinsr the guest of Prof, and 10c per Roll ing, pictures; it adds to the EASTMAN KODAKS iifnnl tn near Kwo dollars. ..run (,l tsiitl.i l.ir Mrs. H. K. Kirk for several days. pleasures of the day; besides, Printing and Enlarging Films and all Photo Mrs. Noia Board was in Louis taking pictures is clean, educaat cut prices Supplies villo Thursday shopping. tional fun. Kov. It. E. Iteeves and family. ot lennessee. arrived cdnesdav to nmko this their future home. Bro. Iteeves has vhargo of the Presbyterian church of our city, Clovernort and Guston. Wo heart Bring you holiday gift list to us and we will help you make your selections ily welcome these people into our midst. W. if. Lane, who represents tho Sweethearts and Friends are all Ready For Our Christmas Gifts 1 Lot Misses' Tan and Black Button Shoes, cloth ill Belknap Hardware Co., was hero last luesday, top top, latest style, regular price $2.25 Noting the names of those to whom you wilt give Christmas presents is easy. Selecting the gifts is not so QO JLmVO Mrs. Maggie Chamberlain spent Until after the Holidays will go at easy. Let us help. Help yourself by inspecting our stock of "giftables." Bring your list and make notes of the r iniuay in Liouisviue. selection. New goods, scores of things, quality very high, prices very low. opportunities presented A beautiful line of Stick and Fancy Candies 8 to 20 11. B. Head, who has been i Something for everybody, that will be deeply appreciated, gifts you would like to 'give or receive. Of course, cents per pound. for two weeks, is no hotter at this early shopping is advisable our gift goods are too good to' stay here, so come early for best choice. Oranges, 20 and 25c per dozen. writing. MUs Baxter spent J umbo size Bananas 20c per dozen. m week-en- Elizabeth her mother, tho with at Cocoanuts 5 and 10 cents each. Nice Glen Dean. We have a nice assortment of Staple and Fancy Mr. Logsden, who represents tho Louisvillo tobacco warehouse, Groceries, all at Rock-Botto- m Prices. 44 You That was hero Saturday. The Latest Styles Men's Neckwear, 25c and 50c. ltobort Lyon and Georgo Hull' Splendid line late style Dress Goods 10c to 50c per attended tho Shrinor's meeting at Evansvillo Friday. yard. All the latest Trimmings. Messrs. Lon Cowley and Jesse all Ladies' and Children's Wraps and m Cut price on Miss Mary Alexander our sympathy day. Bunger and Mrs. Lon Cowley and burial. Wo . Raincoats in order to close out tne stock. Iluyden liramlette, who has tainea a numoer ot tne young Miss Maggio Cowloy attended tho to tho bereaved family. r wedding. Mrs. Dave Hale is still on the been employed as clerk by J. E. people Monday night. Fruits and, Hhodes- - of Euioiu, has returned candies were served. Edward Everett Hulo. the six- - unh- lUt Mrs. M. A. McCubbins, Stephensport, Ky. homo. months-olinfant of Mr. and Mrs. siui i.!. t The Irvington Pharmacy is th William Halo, died Saturday nijrht L. D. FOX, Manager Cotton Seed Meal and Sucrene. "V T " at the drug store that saves you moy reuIttr PlwHnont pneumonia! of The remains were Whitworth & Co., Hardinsburg. ttrt A A tr nniUiliABn 'to Blackford Sunday for berland Presbyterian church Sun Ask for prices, ? Miss lnutnri, Eliz-ibht- h d SAFETY FIRST g BETTER BEvSAFE THAN SORRY d, ? Hen-ninge- r, Al-vi- n i 1 1 . T.C. LEWIS Just Ring Us up and We will ., Do The Rest 1 JUST TELEPHONE US ,.1-1 . i. s; hard-rubb- No-l'li- No-Fla- . i No-Fla- VV - No-Fla- g No-Fla- No-Irla- d Special Prices That Will Save You Money Father, Mother, Brother, Sister i i here-fo- r d I 1 Irvington Pharmacy Drug Store Saves Money" 1 1 ... Cowloy-uunge- - d ' vi.fiu Hes-to- n Cum-take- n '' IT to - J . 1