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LOWEST AVERAGES .S'A .nv NEWPRESIDENT Of PERSONAL NOTES OFFICERS: B. F. BEARD, President. PAUL COMPTON, Cnslilcr. M. B. KINCHELOE, Ass't Cashier, WERELAST WEEK For First Time Tobacco Taken Off Breaks and Hauled Back Home -- More Than One Million and Half Pounds Sold. Louisville, Henderson and St. Funeral of Mrs. Bandy Held Last Tuesday Morning-You- ng Louis Railway Company He Ladies Organize Social Club-MSucceeds the Late Lucian J. Every Week. Irwin. CHIEF ENGINEER. THE HOUSEKEEPERS Condensed Statement Of eet The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. At the Close of Business December Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Cash on hand Cash in other banks Real Estate, (Farm Lands) Banking House and Lot, charged off Furniture and Fixtures charged of Other assets not mentioned above LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 31, 1914 rt FORMERLY ELECT. REJECTIONS (Owcnslwro ARE HEAVY Louisville, Ky., Jan. 7. Richard N. Hudson is the new president of the h , H. & St. h. Railroad Co. Mr. Hudson was named at a meeting of the L., II. & St. h. board at noon today. He at once assumed the office. Mr. Hudson the late Lucien J. Irwin. Jefferson D. Stewart, president of the Union National Hank, at the board meeting today was named a director of the L., H. & St. h. to fill the vacancy created by the death of President Irwin. The new president comes from Versailles, where he has for several years been superintendent of the Louisville and Atlantic division of the L. and N., extending from Versailles to Jackson, in sue-cee- Lewis Bennett Moorman visited friends in Brandenburg last week. Mrs. J. C. Mattingly was the guest of Mrs. R. A. Crider Monday. She was en route to her home in Glen Dean, having visited Miss Johnnie Moorman, of Aurora, III. Mrs. Hart, of' Louisville, has been visiting Mrs. W. P. Graham. Miss Evelyn Gross, of Bewleyvllle, is the guest of Mrs. A. O. Marshall. Mrs. Walker Brown has returned from Glen Dean. Mrs. James Bell, of Allen, Texas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dowell. A joint meeting of the Missionary Societies was held nt the home of Mrs. W. J. l'lggott on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R. N. Miller, of Indiauapolis, made n talk on practical social service. Mrs. Huynes Trent returned from Louisville Saturday. The G. F. C. Club will meet with Miss Lottie Bandy IMday eveuing. Alex Swabington, of Louisville, attended the funeral of Perty Helt Monday. Mrs. C. V.' Hawes gave a miscella neous shower Tuesday evening for Mis. Harold Traub. Mi'ssenjrer.) .... RESOURSES al PACTS ABOUT THE LOOSE LEAF SALES $374,639.88 239.64 19,708.02 55,574.27 1,799.27 318.73 $452,279.81 $ 50,000.00 Sales Monday 8:30 J yo Sales Last Week Lancaster House 394.5S5 pouuus at 5.jo. 146,185 pounds at $5.61. Owensboro Warehouse 448,250 pounds at $6.04. 293.l35 pounds at $5.92. Equity Home House '38,7l5 pounds at $6.oS. 46,935 pounds at 5 40. Green lilver House Ul,!)l5 pounds at 6 74. Green River House. Equity Home Floor. 3 0 0 0 v V A g, Eastern Kentucky. i Blr. Hudson is not a new man with & St. I.. In the "nineties" ie came to the L., H. & St. L. us chief eWiueer In that capacity he gained a thorough acquaintanceship with the physical condition of the road. It was from the L., II. & St. L. he went to the Louisville and Atlantic as general su- Surplus the I,.. II. IS IK railroad man. The practical, Mrs. R X. Miller returned to Indian- 10 DIRECTORS: duties of general manager, combined apolis Thursday after a visit with her M. D. Beard. Dr. A. M. Kincheloe. C. V. Robertson. R. F. Board. with that of president 011 the L , H.& sister, Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Mrs. N J. chief executive Wathen accompanied her to Louisville. St L. means thut the must have a- working knowledge of The fun ral of Mrs. H. S. Bandy, many phases of the railroad business. Presof about Sr., was held at the Cumberland President Hudson is a man Tuesday, Rev. Robert and Miss Mary Henry, secretary ard forty-fiv- e years, tie is a native of Vir- byterian church services. Mrs. treasurer. ginia, having been born at Louisa "Court- Morefield conducted the CAMDEN Bandy leaves a husband and one daughMiss Nell Smith spent 1'rid.iy in house. As a locating engineer he began ter, Mrs. U. A. Penick, to mourn her his railroad career with the Mobile and burial was at Cedar Hill l'reston James was here Tuesday Alabama, formerly a dependency of a the loss. The IN9IS cemetery. from St. Louis. L. A: N , but completely taken over by Miss KliV.tbctli liaxter was called to the L & X. about a year ago'. It was Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain was hosfrom the Mobile and Alabama that he tess to the Housekeepers' League on Glen Ueau last week on account of the KEN7UCKIAN ASCERTS HE DOES came to the L., II. & St. L., later to go Thursday afternoon. A delightful pro- illness ol her mother. NOT SEEK CHAIR OF CHIEF arranged. Officers for the to the Louisville and Atlantic and today gram was J. C. Payne was in Louisville last EXECUTIVE. to return to the L , II. & St. L., as pres- j ear 1915, were elected: Mrs, Julius week. Sipple, president; Mrs. J. C. Payne, ident. Dr. 12. A. Lex spent the wuek end Mr. Hudson married Miss Jessie Greg- vice president; Mrs. Margaret Cham with friends at Kalis of Rough. ory, of Cloverport, Ky , they have one berlain, second vice president; Mrs. J. Irvington met fiO OTHER POLITICAL DESIRES The T Mattingly, corresponding secretary. with youiiR ladles of Monday daughter, Mrs Kirtley Cleveland Miss Jessy e Brady perintendent. The selection of the L.,H. & St. L. president is made by the L. & X., which controls the L., H & St. L through stock ownership. That Mr. Hudson was chosen means, of course, that he is a 1.9 0 Undivided Profits Deposits Bills Payable Six per cent. Dividend No. 49 due stockholders Jan. 1, 1915 Semi-Annu- ... ..... ..... 28,000.00 4,474.36 351,805.45 15,000.00 3,000.00 v 9 Paul Compton. $452,27987 Very respectfully, PAUL COftlPTON, Cashier V Willis Croon. v u W Vjou-ivlll- tural, cdurrtionat aim eoiiniu . m.. Whether sho outers and takes pocscs-Moof all that the future has in store for her, depends very largely upon whether her affairs aro guided by a broad, sound and constructive policy. ''Whatever may corao to pass, It shall always ho my purposo as a prl- vato citizen to give the faithful, earn- est service to my state and party which I feel that every citizen owes, and thus to evidence my profound cense of obligation to tho peoplo of ! Kentucky." I I Total sales for week, 1,579.740. Total sales for the season, 8,414,020. Loose leaf floor managers continue to caution growers to classify the tobacco more cnrcfmly, and give best of attention and not glut the markets. Orteuslioro's tobacco markets of tile past week have been of varied diameter. Starting off the week with market-crammed to their capacity, and with the naturally low prices which this brought, and the rejections by wholesale of bids on the stuff, the cek was anything but bright to commence with. Growers persisted in disregarding the warning of the warehousemen and rushed the stuff in without the regard to common sense. For the first time, it U believed, since the loose leaf floor system was estab ished, tobacco was taked off th. breaks and hauled back to the bams. This, of course, was nit expensive and led to a great deal of dissati faction. After the buyers saw that there wasn much chance of putting one over on th growers by trying to make themselves a present of the offerings, so low were tl. bjds, and the producers then faced right about and declined to haul it in f strong, there came a rally in the marku which brought a decidedly better tone to the whole outlook. Averages on th prices during the just week have bee the lowest since the market opened 01. December 1. , prt-ces-- s, !QEATH i A WARNING! From The Mill That Saves You Money ins and organized u G. They will have weekly meetings, and will entertain alphabetically. The first meeting was held at the hur.ie of Miss Mary Alexander Friday evening. The following members were present: Misses Cteo iirownfield, Elizabeth Cain, Mar garet Conniff, Kva Payne, Guedry Uramlette, Jessy e Urady, Nell Smith, Lottie Handy, Mary Henry. Delicious refreshments were served. Pierce Hardaway, of Bewleyvllle, was in town Saturday. even P. C. Club. Prefers to Vork for Upbuilding State In the Capacity of a Citizen. of VIRGINIAJALLOWAY Dies After Short Illness in a Lovely Young 5 Girl Who it After January 1, 1915, Prices on Fir FrWid Feed the Hom; Spent Most of Her Childhood Here. HIC k McQUADY f Mr. Alft as re to our cohJ Mrs. C. st day filit Court Louisville tli sUter, Mrs. IA Ky. will burg en Wc. n. c. c cently umlers' tlon. Mrs. Heaf firraery. rees. Mr and Mrs, J. Couiuiiltis the sick list. licli lie paid Mrs. Marcus KincIV (lent. ANY apply Dr. Thomas' Ec lyuioney U PAZO household remedy. Twol case of Itchlnff, lIIciln6toM(Uyi. S0c at all drug stores. bsc fU Days For any pain, burn, Virginia Rosalynn Galloway aled of heart failure following diphtheria, at the home of her mother, Mrs. K. Galloway, In ISvansvllle, I nil., last Tuesday. The body was shipped to Henderson for burial after private funeral services. Beautiful Moral offerings were sent by her friends, schoolmates and teachers. Dr. Moreman Wins Suit. The young girl, who was remembered Special. Hardinsburg, Ky., Jan, 9 as a lovely child when she lived here The suit of 11. V. Bewley's heirs Mr, and Mrs. with her grandparents, against Dr. 1. Moreman seeking damVirgil Hill, was born lu Henderson, ages against him growing out of sale of Ky.. May 13, 1901. She had many lots at Medford. Okla., resulted in a sweet traits which endeared, her to her victory for Dr. Moreman in both the family and friends. Her death was a Meade Circuit Court and the Court of Cloverport who portance. Kentucky stands at the Appeals. great shock to those in Claude Mercer represented opportunities, agrlcul- - Dr. Moreman in both courts. door of ureat will never (orget Virginia, Washington, I). C Senator Camden, when asked whether ho will ho a candidate for governor of Kentucky, gave tho following Interview: "About a mouth ago when I declined to discuss tho matter of making the race for tho Democratic nomination for governor, It was because I desired to glvo careful consideration to tho expressed wishes of persons throughout the state whose opinions I havo now positively deI value. cided not to niako tho race. "I do feel greatly Indebted to the Democracy of tho state for my nomination for Senator at tho primary last August, and to tho peoplo of Kentucky generally for their ratification of that nomination at tho polls in November. Having been appointed by tho Oovern-o- r to till tho vacancy existing In tho Senate, I was naturally anxious to have tho appointment approved by the electorate of tho Commonwealth. My majority of 19,494 at tho primary, carry-lu- g ten of tho eleven Congressional districts, and of 33,039 at tho November election, carrying nine of tho oloven districts over my Republican opponent, went far beyond my most sangulno expectations. "Furthermore as a matter of sentl-moI was deoply gratified to occupy a feat In tho United States Sonato where my father, an old lino Democrat, had served as tho cholco of tho stato of West Virginia. "Tho solcctlon of a Governor, and Indeed of all stato officers, at this time, is certainly a matter ot the utmost im- Average Is Too Low During the past week there has be n sold over the four loose leaf lloors in fu TO AGED CITIZEN. c'ty 1.579.74 The average as a who i has been much below six cents, due t some bad sales Individual averages 0.1 Mrs. Lcgralda Davis Dies at the crops have been generally high, and there has been no complaint the latter Home of Her Daughter, Mrs. part of the week among growers who Matthews, Near West View, had .stuff to sell. Averages above ten cents the pound were common, nudsome went as high as eleven cents on as much Thursday. as lo.ooo pounds. Indications for the coming week are that there will be a AGE NINETY-ON- E YEARS strong market and that the offerings will be not near so heavy and indiscriminate. Hardinsburg, Ky., Jan. II, Special Mrs Legralda Davis, widow of Ezra Davis, died Thursday morning at the MANY JPEOPLE ILL home of her daughter, Mrs, Kmily Matthews, near West Niew, Ky, Site was ninety-on- e years and nine mouths o'd, Well Known Persons Have Seriand was born in Wayne county, Ky. Mrs Davis leaves her brothers, Joe K. ous Attack of Illness Grip Mercer and Judge Mercer, one sister, and Measles S'ill Raging Mrs Jennie Moorman. All past four score years. She leaves several children Everywhere. among whom is V,. Mc. Davis, of liar- linslmrg. Mrs. Davis was a member of the BapTlio.se who continue ill ure as follows. The funeral Dr. A. A Simons, Mrs. Nannie Ferry, tist church seventy years was conducted by Rev Minor Compton 2I4 Woodbine avenue, Louisvillc.Mr. and and the burial took place in the Iluras Mrs. Henry I'ate, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. graveyard. Roff and son, Marion Clay RolT, COiES of IMiuuuds, Mr. Chas, Lou's ville, at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Robertson at Glen Dean, Jqhn Furrow, Miss Eflie Oram, Ollie Oram, Mrs Kate Tucker and P. I). Miller, of Darned, Miss Maud Smith's mother in Hardinsburg, Mr, and Mrs. Jas, H. Gardiner, Mrs. Marcus Kincheloe. 1 1U Try a want ad. Today tad Kelt SQc. THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, JM). D K ANNUAL REPORT PAUL LEWIS December 31, 1914. Cith Clerk for ycnr ending KUUAdc. i.Jkii. jhu I'uOi.imr W rpxz when 3l r ts. rs ?i ?3f r Turkeys. M 00- - "Uud M'cry Wdnvrlny. JANUARY CLOVERPORT, KYM WEDNESDAY, 13, 1915 collection Police I ltd ce Clerk Total H:lniiceoillmiKlJiililst, Received trom tax 1914 f 1,893.89 .f,9"5 40 00 .131.42-1.5- AHtrnrtUpr Vjr you ttli.n.n nntlf llip I'rfltnr want Htlvertiserocnt dlaconllnupil. ffSAOJVr DRY" - AMW BAAfCS Narragansett 57 EIGHT PAGES. 16,459.46 514.78 171.69 143.00 248 6 J 1S8G 036.95 329-9- Warrants issued during year! HUSINKSS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each ndditionnl February March insertion. April (JA.UDS OK THANKS over five line charged for nt the rate o: May June 10 ccn July tier lino. August OBITUARIES charged for at the rnto of 5 cents per lino, money September October in advance. November the label on your paper. If it is not correct please- December Examine notify us. Total CONGRATULATIONS! Congratulations are extended to the L., II. & St. L. R. R. Com pany for their election of Richard N. Hudson as president and jroiicr- Ann congiiuum-tioal manager of the L., II. & St. L. K. K. Uompany. Mr. Hudson! In the words of the Clovcrport Commercial to Club, "We rejoice with you." m January ' fl.00 al mi mitnmotli I'ckln ducKs ntriilinof II. T. Itoeks unci It. I. Uetl chicks lor Minnit mile, write your wiinn hi once Mm. II. W. Curler 8atlfiiclloii Ir.lnxton. Ky. MAN pint TO with liorss unci huwy to l I'.iwrtcr In llriTkcnrliltie County. Siilnty i70 ttr month. Addresi l Industrial Hid., Indl iiinpolli, Indiana ll.-s- t niuu.pu-nM,ifiiti.,- rlMf! lltllllM-Tm- in. lien. ft.OOitrto. . 215 11 193.55 382.59 268 10 For Sale or Trade Brood Mare for pood milk cow, a COR SALK-orirnenry good tiriKMi mum wi'n roai. adu Clorpon. Ivy. For Sale NE Storn House arid Dwelling and mo una liar- 3.97 nnrin.r i.auc . i n dlnsliurrf road, live tn 1 .'rum llardlnsburs, Ky.-CI), 3. IlardlnMiurit, Ky, Cox. It F ..I. 2,55I 57 50 00 Bargains in Wyandotta Cockerels. Utility White f 2,601 60 BAUOAINi In Uiiod color, sln Wyandotte nnd type. 1' lsl.eis llcaTy liyinc sirain. nriie mr in.' photos mid prices. Herbert Hall, Hardln-0ELZE burn, Ky. 89 7'59 Warrants outstanding... Balance of cash.... L. ANNUAL REPORT R. 'Farm Bargains" advertised in The Brcckcnridge News by Mr. agricultural awakening for Brcckcnridge county. One line farm at the price of $1,200 could bo bought and paid for in a very short time by an energetic person. C. L. Beard should be an S. C. R. I. Red Cockerels. Treasurer of the Sinking Fund for the and FOIt SALKO, C. It. I, Bed Cockerelsmurk. of Clovcrport for the year igi4. City Well dutcloped; good Write me your Inns. Prices reasonable. mints. M. I. He ) M Hii'dlnshure. Ky. Balance on hand January, 1914: 2 Certificates of Deposit 9,687. 1. 13 Open Accounts Received from l V. Chapin, C. T. C, 10,648.45 for the year 1 Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 387-48- Balance on hand Jan. 2, 1915.. ANNUAL 10,648.45 Dentist ".hint a cup of cotrce and some toast" will wreck the nerves of any working person, who starts out every morning with a breakfast of that portion. Give a person a good, wholesome breakfast if you want him to be healthy and happy. B. F. Beard & Company's Red Tag Sale is tho one mail-urde- Telephone 56-- J Cloverporl, Ky, REPORT L. V. CHAPIN City Tax Collector, Clovcrport, Ky. 1912 The one way to keep the sun of prosperity always shining on you is to always have MONEY IN OUR BANK. Too many make the mistake of saving for a while and then investing in some deal and LOSING all they have. They then also lose their GOURAGE. No one can ever make a mistake by PILING UP money in the bank and constantly making his balance bigger. Make OUR bank YOUR bank We pay 3 per cent interest per annum. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. great event in Book $ 774-5- the mercantile business of this county. Wo have always said opporbusiness lies in Breckenridgo tho r tunity for a successful in large cities. same as 1913 Book 1914 Book.. FOR SALE 15 4,124.68 14,950-9- Total Paid R. L.OelzcCityTreasurer.f 4,094. Paid R. L. Oelze, Treasurer LODIBURG Mr. NEWS. AXTEL NEWS Sinking 559-7- Pure bred Bull' Orpington Uockcrols. Blue ribbon winners ut Poultry Show THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Less my commission 297.07 Jesse Father Odendahl, pastor of St. AnCook and Miss Vanda thony's church, and his committee, Con West Are Married at the Home ot the Bride's Parents. Lambert Vessels returned to Louis who ville after visiting Ills sister-in-lais very ill. Mrs. Blanche I'ayiie has, besides supplying her family of three and her sister's family of three, sold during cembiir 5O pounds of butter from two Jers-ecows; 186 pounds from September I, to anuary 1. Frank .Miller and Nile Beauehamp started to California Sunday. Walter Adkisson has moved to V. N. Head's place. Ausker French was in HardinsburR le recently. Hayden Kashatn was at Rock Vale recently. W. II. Poe, of Clay county, who has visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry i W. ods, of Clifton Mills, returned home last week accompanied Dy his tlster. James Whitworth anil Jess Cook were in Uardinsburg Friday. Jess Cook and Miss Vanda We.t were mimed at the home ot the bride's parent.--, Mr. and Mrs James Whitworth, on last Sunday evening at 3:150 o'clock, Rev. Hutchison officiating. Miss Mamie Basham is the guest of b.-ci. her uncle, Roll Miller, of Webster. Mrs. Will B isham and Mrs. Henry Hsnry Gibson visited Mrs. Reece French, of Mystic, who is very low. Glen Macy, who has been in the dry goods business at Mystic for the past year, has moved on the Knott place, and will farm this year. Woman Cures Horse Colic. The men were away as usual. The horse was bad. A lone woman could not "drench" in the old way. She called up a neighbor and her men "We have Farris were away but: Colic Remedy that you drop on the horse's tongue,'' says Mrs. Neighbor, So she cams over and dropped Farris Colic Remedy on the horse's tongue and the horse was well when the men Get Farris Colic came home. Moral: Remedy so the women can cure horse colic, We sell it at 50 cts. a bottle on the Motley Hack Plan. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Clovcrport, Ky. Announcement. e, Mr. and Mrs. James Crockett of Hawes-villannounces the engagement and coming marriage of their only daughter, t Orabel to Mr. Herman Birkhead Wednesday evening, January and church. Han- ables the system to throw oil the cold. 20, in the l'resbytreian cock Clarion, For sale by all dealers. Bl.inton-Crockct- J. R. ESKRIDGE, Hifd""b7.M.a, Mattingly, Chas Iiowlds and James Rhodes, went to Louisville Monday on ANNUAL REPORT R. L. OELZE business Leslie Galloway, who has been in Treasurer of the City or Clovcrport for Louisville for the last ten months, came the year 191 1. He was also home to visit his parents the guest of Miss Alma Cannon Sunday. RF.CIUl'TS Jiminie Iiowlds, who has been sick January 1, To Balance with the measles, is able to be up. Registered January 31. To I,. V. Chapin, The children of Poplar Run school are C. T. C 41.33 Spring Boars ready for patiently awaiting the recovery of their i February 28. To I,. V, Chapin, C. T. C service. Gilts bred for 252.63 teacher, Miss Anostosia Mattingly, who February 2S, To Paul Iewis, spring litters. Sired by has been sick for some time. C. C 15.50 Superba, Fancy Colonel, 8.92 Coleman and Gertrude Hinton, of March 5. To Paul Lctis, C. C. To Paul Lewis, C. C, 10.50 and Best Defender's were the guests of II. Pool and April 4. To I V. Chapin, Kirk, April 7. family Sunday, Woodrovv; the very best C. T. C 92.19 Miss Florence Rhodes, teacher at May 5. To L. V. Chapin, blood lines known to the C T. C 69 06 Hickory Lick, has closed her school on May breed, and out of sons 5600 5. Paul Lewis, C. C account of measles, May 5 To T. L. Wroe, P. J 1.00 equally as well bred. 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Lon Glasscock, who June 2 ToT L Wroe, P. J big kind with U C. 1o former y resided in Axtel, have recently June I. To Paul Lewis, L V. Chapin, June 2. quality at reduced prices moved to her father's to make a crop 81 C. T. C. 3 for next 30 davs. this coming year. Julv 6 To I.. V. Chapin, C. T. C 46.86 July 6. To Paul Lewis, C C . 30.50 Eg August 3. To Paul Lewis, U. C. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, rts they (iiiniot ii null 11. hc.it of tin- illrfi'uxi-- . Ca- August 3. To L. V. Chapin, G. P. MAYSEY C. T. C tarrh is n Mood or ciHistllutlniml il isou.se, nnd In order to cum It on imi.st talto September 4. 10 Paul Lewis, remullivi. Mull's (Vfltirrli Cure Is Stephensport, : Kentucky C. C 59 00 taken nml nets dliwtly upon tho hlooil mill 11'iiiimih r.urfact-- . Hall'3 September J. To L. V. Chap Cil.'irrh Cmu Im not n iiuark mcillclno. It in, C T. C 64.0S was l.rescrlhiMl liy nn of the best hi thin rotmtiy fur yrnrs ami la Septemper 30. To L.V. Chapa ii'Kiihir pri'Mpi Ipllon. It U roniposcd of in, C. T. C 84.76 tho hi'St tnnlt'8 known, rumliineil with the September 30 To Paul Lewis, host Mood iiiirlllrrs. illrectly on tho C. C 52.42 morons iirfirin. Tho perfect comhlnn-tlo- n I To T. L. Wroe, of the two InKrrdlcnts Ik what pro- November 2 duces such wonderful icsulN In curing 28.00 P. J catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. To Pain Lewis, l' J. CIIKNKV & CO., Props.. Toledo, O. November ! . of C. C 19.80 Sold by Druggists, prlee Family I'llla (or constipation. Take Hall's November 2 To L. V. Chap347-'in, C. T. C. December 7. To I V, ChapExpert Cleaning and Pressing. in, C. T. C 2,477 49 Morris-O'Conn- ell. December 7. To Paul Lewis, Strictly Hand Work. C. C Mr. and Mrs, Richard Morris anII.28 December 7. To H H. HarMen's Suits Cleaned and nounce' the marriage of their daughter, JJjQ din, Marshal 5 00 Miss Helen Morris, to Mr. Andrew December 7 To C. W. Ham-maThomas O'Couuell on Friday, January Mayor 4 00 the first, nineteen hundred and fifteen, December 30 To C W. Ham- mau, Mayor . 100 at the Church St Agnes, New York. December 31, To L V. ChapMr and Mrs O'Connell will be at home in, C. T. C 26493 Kentucky Cloverport, after the fifteen of this month at 1I09 Total $6,713 92 Amsterdam avenue, New York City, Total Kxpenditures 4,112.32 Mr. O'Connell is a nephew of Mr. ami Mrs J T. O'Connell, of this city. He Balance Jan. 2, 1915....... $2,601 60 visited in Clovcrport last fall, which makes his marriage of iutenst to those KXPF.NDITURF.S who met him then. By warrants paid January... 774 94 Proceedings in Bankruptcy Instituted for By warrants paid February., 178.56 Dangers of a Cold. Anyone By warrants paid March..... 148 00 Do you know that of all the minor By warrants paid April 248 14 188.64 ailments colds are by far the most dan- By warrants-B- paid May warrants paid June 404.95 gerous? It is not the colds themselves By warrants paid July 450.95 that you need to fear, but the serious By warrants paid August.... 226 61 diseases that they so often lead to. By warrants paid September . 18705 379. 9 For that reason every cold should be By warrants paid October. . . By warrants paid November . 270.50 gotten rid of with the least possible de- By warrants paid December., Anywhere in the U. S. A. 518.17 lay. To accomplish this you will find By warrants paid December . 166 62 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy of great Total help to you. It loosens a cold, relieves .4."2 32 By Balance... . 2,601,60 enthe lungs, aids expectoration $4.95o-9Total Respectfully submitted, L. V. CHAPIN, City Tax Collector. $1.00 Each THE NEWEST FOR SALE! Headgear For Outing Hockey Caps with Angora Scarfs to match For Girls and Ladies Very Swell Get a Set and be Comfortable These Chilly Days. Durock's . ... 94-o- The Catarrh Cannot , Cured 73-5- - 331-8- phy-slrla- Take the Wrinkles J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 7.V-- Out Your Clothes w O. BERRY 6,7i3 92 Kcspeciuiiiy suumiucu, R. L. OP.L.K, Treasurer. I I Lumber, Sash,Cloverport, Flooring, Ceiling, V. G. BABBAGE I Weatherboarding, Houlding, Roofing, Brick, ..LAW.. I Lime, Cement, Laths and Plaster. Building Hardware Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Auto and We Pay Postage I tings Both Ways I Machine Oils- nd Greases 1 I Paints, Varnishes, GasVine and Tar Ky. 1 Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Doors, Mill Fit- - Cough Aledlclnc for Children. Never give a child a cough medicine that contains opium in uuy form When opium is given other and more serious diseases may follow. Long experience has demonstrated that there is no better or safer medicine for coughs, colds and croup in children than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is equally valuable for adults. Try It. It contains no opium or other harmful drug. For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Balis Entertained At I Coal Everything goes in my line until January 1st n prices. Give ne a call and be at convinced. low-dow- The Castle. Life C. L BEARD Insurance and Real Estate & Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the noitago both ware on all paokagei cuo, or over, work Prompt guaranteed flrit-ola- ti dollverlei in iaultary paokagei. Will credit you upon reference. Writ for iniormatlon. Better, till, lend trial bundle. Officee i 625 W. Jeffereon St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Small suppers and special dinners have continued through the week in honor of Mrs, Carl Randall Balis, of Athens, Ohio. Friday night Dr. B. C. McDonald and Mrs. McDonald gave a beautiful dinner. Saturday morning Mrs, Frank Mattingly gave an attractive Oflico over Hank of Hurdius- - I Houses For Sale land Rent burg Irust Company. Hardlnsbura. Kentucky It Pays to advertise in The Breckenridge News. breakfast. ADVERTISE NOW Kepotl "if lilt condition of Report of the condition of the THE FIRST STATE Doing business ni Hit town of Irving-ton, BANK OE CLOVERPORT Ufcketirlilge, State of Kenlucky, at Hit el"io of Ctint ( bus-Ini- ui jl t 1914 !. of Uiccin-Iter- , Uoiny huslium nt ti n town of Cover p'jrt. County of Hi ccklnrMge, State of Kent uc v, at tho close of business on Hit day of Burley Brings $14.50. A.T I 5 1 X THE ti Red Brings $13 .50.1 December, KM4. RKSOURCKS Loans aril Overoriifl.t, Stocks, H UIWOURCBS $37,277 .7 2 $ 75,031. :il Loans and discount- Overdralts, secured and tin un- 1 iii 84 .1,382 70 fiucnrcd Se- secured.. curities 0 ncoiir.tt sritiriil and t,ds Hiid oiht-- r )Brfi ckenridge Loose I obacco Due from H.n.kd Cash ou liiiiid Checks and other cnh item Banking House, Furniture and KlxlU'p Other Real , Estmc- Other Asset-- not Included under any of above heuiN . . . . Total 5.0I4.0S Due frjm U inhs a.rtSt Ml Cash on hand 00 Checks mid other Ranking Home, in d lixturi S,&sH (HI Stocks, Honda W SecurlMii nnd other '2U '0 17.20') S- 6,970 80 20, 07 2,20 07 I cadi Items Purtiituro arenouse, naroinsDurg Joe C. Elder, Cloverport, gets $14.50 tor 355 pound basket of Burley. Jas. W. Miller, of Kirk, gets $13.50 for 415 pounds of dark red Pryor. Sales for Tuesday, January 5, cleaned up over One Hundred and Seventy-fiv- e Thousand Pounds. Average about 6 Cents. Big Attendance of Farmers and Buyers. Sales Are Very Satisfactory. Loose Leaf Way seems to be the Selling Way, and The your Tobacco. You can get as much for it as in any lowing are some of the sales. 270 pounds 10.00 Breckenridge County 250 pounds at !).00 at 215 pounds at 5.20 Burley. us Joe C. Elder, Cloverport. 355 pound- i ..9U LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid hi, In cash $15,000 2. 20 Surpius Fund Profits, less exUndivided penses and taxts paid Deposits subject ? 31.023 74 to check Demand Certlfic.iUs 00 of Deposit AO 2:15 23 Time Deposit 00 Certified Chrcks... BOH JO I Estate (farmland) Other Total. .34 &IO.40 00 LIABILITHM 52 Stock paid In, In cash $t,"i,0(i0 00 Canltal 3,281.4.7 Surplus Fur.d 00 ucp-jiltsubject "6 $il5.i3a 05 to check Time Deposits.... 3i.ino.36 00 Caviller's check 00 .71 6G,,VS.0.i outstanding K4.1I s i8J.64O.4O Total ) of Kentucky, State .... County of Breckinridge, f Set Cashier's chicks Wt, A. A Simons and Paul Lewis, 0073.263.00 President and Cashier of the above outstanding . . . . named Bauk, do solemnly swear that Due Banks and Trust Com- above statement true panles jj theour knowledge andis beliefto the best 00 of Notes and Hills Rediscounted A. A. SIMONS, President 00 Unpaid Dividends PAUL LEWIS, Cashier. 00 Reserve for taxes Subscribed and s.vorn to before me 00 Bills Payable day of January, iOIft. this 7th Other Liabilities not incl (led Correct Attest: 00 under any of above heads. . KAY LEWIS IIEYSER, Notary Public $!K)45 "2 Total My Commission Expires February 3rd, IO18. State of Kentucky, ct County of Breckenridge, J We. V. J. Plggott and J. C. Pavne, Keport of the condition of President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemly swear that the above statement is true to the best T of our knowledge nnd belief. V. J..PIggott, President. Doing business at the town of Clover- J. C. Payne, Cashier Subscribed nnd svoin to before me port, County of Breckinridge, State this 4th dny of January, I9I0 of Kentucky, at the close of Correct Attest: business on Hist day of Lottie Baud v. Notary Public December, 19I4. My Commission Expires January il), 1918 RESOURCES $121,100.45 Discounts Loans and Report of the Condition of Overdrafts, secured and un- - Loose Leaf Tobacco the SALE January, 5, THE THIRDBreaker. atPrices Breckenridgegrades were from $1.50 Warehouse Tuesday, previous sales. was a of the best Record to $2.00 better than The Breckenridge Loose Leaf House the only house. Bring other market. Why not let home people sell it? Fol505 pounds at 1,040 pounds nt 525 pounds at 400 pounds at L. A. 10.00 10 10 (500 pounds at . 9.10 10.00 10.20 Ed Brown, 570 pounds at Free. 7.70 (5.40 Dark Red Pryor. Jas. 185 W. tit $14.50 Miller, Kirk. $13.50 13.10 7.00 10.00 10.20 5.00 5.00 Asia Wheeler, Hardinsburg. pounds lit $1L.10 . 5.(50 100 pounds at 2.10 50 pounds at 2!)0 . 415 pounds at pounds at Pierce, Axtel. 575 pounds at $13.00 245 pounds at. 120 (JO pounds at 240 pounds at 130 pounds at 195 . 100 pounds at 350 pounds at 120 pounds at pounds at 0.00 5.50 1.20 ... .. 4.50 1.00 J. F. McGary, Kirk. ISO pounds at Cooper & Dooley, Stephens-port- . pounds at pounds at 50 pounds at SO .. . . J. D. Finley, 450 pounds at 450 pounds at Hardinsburg. .. .. 480 pounds at 525 pounds at A. T. Beard, 505 pounds at $10.50 10.50 10.50 $8.00 8 00 Hardinsburg. . 300 pounds at 2S0 pounds 110 pound- 315 pounds COO nt . RI5SOURCHS. $ 87,509 .42 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unse 371-2cured Stocks, Bonds nnd other Se 4,i3curities 0,015.02 Due from llanics 5.207-3Cash on hand So.-lChecks and other cash items. Banking House, Wirnitureand 7.3751'ixtures 656.37 Other Real Ustate unOther assets not included 1,061.45 der any of above heads.... - Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Doing business at the town of Hardins Cash on hand Checks and other cash 'terns burg, County of Breckinridge, State Banking House. Furniture of Kentucky, at the close of and Fixtures business on the 31st day Other Real Estate Other Assets not Included of December, 1914. under any of above heads.. secured Si. 9- -' THE F 73.030. l!) S.S15 56 i30 28 6,240.00 00 2 33 at at .. pounds at $ 0.00 !Ui0 9.00 S.00 10.00 T. H. Withers, Kirk. 575 pounds 405 pounds 400 pounds Tom Beard & Sago, $0.10 at at at !.00 0.30 Tom Beard & Lively, Hardins S.(50 IK 80 0.70 Total ..$2:i0,S07 72 00 J 43 Beard, Hardinsburg. 315 pounds at $11.10 8.10 350 pounds at 240 pounds at 0.40 A. T. . . . . 085 005 burg. pounds at ... . 555 590 510 400 455 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at $0.30 0 30 0.90 9.70 9.20 pounds 425 pounds 410 pounds 180 pounds 5S0 at at at at $3.70 3.80 3.00 ... 3.30 3.50 Lawrence Payne, Tar Fork. pounds' at 455 pounds at 355 pounds at 205 pounds at 47( 555 pound- - at pounds at 505 pounds Frank Jolly, Hardinsburg. at $S.OO $0.00 5.70 3 30 1.30 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in.in cash. $45,100 i,u3i surplus fund Undivided Profit-.- , less ex enses and taxes paid Deposits subject to Cheat 45.7U8.72 SS t Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. Hardinsburg. Kentucky, f 00 cates of Deposit. l3t,212.55 Time Deposits 00 Certified Checks.. Cashier's checks Demand Certifi DR. W. 00 00 Office Hours: B. TAYLOR. Always In ulllcu (lurlni; olllcu liouri Irvlngton, Ky. GOOD COMBINATION 1 FOR 1915 .. . I I I ft Total fn5.906.93 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surp us Eund Undivided fronts, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to 52S.412.12 check Demand Certificates 00 of Deposit 57.255-2Time Deposits 00 Certified Checks... Bills Payable Other Liabilities not includ ed under any of above 00 heads ..$230,S07 72 Total fusilier's Checks ) of Kentucky, State S5.S51.28 183.91 outstanding County of Breckinridge, f Due Hanks and Trust Com- .00 . We, S. P. Conrad and A. B. Skill panics .00 man, Vice President and Cashier of tho Notes and Bills Rediscounted .00 abovo named Bank, do solemnly swear Unpaid Dividends .00 that the above statement is true to Reserve for taxes 8,000 00 the best of our knowledge and belief. Ilil s Payable not included S. P. CONKAD, Vice President. Other Liabilities .00 A. 13. SKILLMAN. Cashier. under any of above heads.. Subscribed and sworn to before me $115,906 93 this 7th day of January, 10i5 Total Correct Attest: State of Kentucky, oc. O. T. SKILLMAN, County of Breckinridge J Notary Public. ATnltltlnc Mllti.r nml Tllfl T). ftllaw. My Commission Expires Jauuary Draci.loil, ...... rfic1llfr- f.f tltP flllOVe rl.lfl -.......- 1 ivantkiii IO1S. named Bank, do solemnly swear that the 20, above statements true 10 uie uesi ui uur knowledge and belief. 15,000 7.000 00 Unpaid Dividends (Dividend No 81, 3 per cent 55.65 Reserve for taxes pauies 00 Notes and Dills Rediscounted outstanding.... Due Banks and Trust 00 i7i,Oll.27 ...PERMANENT... Coui DENTIST lsj!'a. 1,3.73.00 00 00 Breckenridge News, 1 year Louisville Evening Post, Daily, year Hon; and Farm, 24 page War Atlas twice-a-month . $1.00 3.00 .50 .50 1 $5.00 $ Total c. FOR SALE! One brand new Standard Hornless Talking Machine. Very clear, loud and distinct. Uses 10 in., 4 minute, disc' records; machine complete with 48 pieces of music. First one sending $20 gets it. Address Lodiburg, Ky. A. M. HARDIN, Cure Hog Cholera The word "cure" is seldom used in connection with hog cholera. Why? Because of the frequent failures. But we use tho word "cure" and guarantee that B. A. Thomas Hog Powders will cure 9'l hogs out of 100. The record today is a little over 0" out of every 100, so we guarantee !)0. We don't care what others may think or say. We know what we are doing and will sell jou B. A. Thomas Hog Powder, guaranteeing that it will save q out of ten hos. It i medicine-strai- ght medicine. It is because it's straight medicine that It cures K5 times hi 1(0. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. 8 V A11 Fof $3.50 . SENU SUBSCRIPTIONS TO k t 4 THE , BRECKENRIDGE Cloverport, Ky. NEWS B 9 WAKES UP THE LIVER puts tho liver in tone to Liv Ver-Lagiving perform its projer functions, new life, new vltfor and strength to the entire system. Head whut a prominent Texas farmer writes of April 1, ioi4, "I take pleasure In saying for publication that by the use of Liv Ver Lax I have been cured of a disease which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Illlliousness, Stomach and Liver trouble. Constipation and resulting complications and commend Its use to all like sufferers. J. II. Brewer." A. k. Cain. Witness. vegetable compound, A harmless guaranteed to relieve all liver troubles; wonderful, quick and happy In results, having no nauseating, weakening effects like calomel. Sold iu 80c 'and $1 bottles. Buy from druggists or from Medicine Com Lebanon Lebanon, Tenn. Klncheloe's pany, Pharmacy. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Matthias Miller, President, HARDINSBURG Inn I). Shaw. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me Judge D. D. Dowell was in Lexlng this 7U1 day of January, 1915- Z. C. Hendrick, Notary Public. ton this week. My commission expires Mar. 2, 1910. Mrs. Dowell is visiting at Garfield. Correct Attest: Wickliffe Moorman, of Cloverport, is W. Sheiman Ball, visiting Dr J. E. Kiucheloe. Allen R. Kiucheloe, A. N. Skillmau, Mrs. Roland Smith, of Stephensport, Directors. is at the bedside of her bister, Mrs. Lon Smith. NOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton entertained at six o'clock dinner Franklin T. S. Barger's Admr., Plaintiff, Beard, of the K. M. I., and M. B. vs. Kincheloe. Mattie Barger, Etc.. Defendants. Homer Pile passed through IlardinsAll persons having c'uims against the burg en route from Lexington. estate of T. S. Barger, deceased, will Mr. Allen, from Lebanon, has moved present them before the undersigned to our coinmuulty. Commissioner, properly proven as re Mrs. C. V. Robertson has been in quired by law, on or before the 1st day of Pebruary, J915, at the Circuit Court Louisville this week to be with her sister, Mrs. Kate Beard, who has reClerk's office in Ilardinsburg, Ky. cently undergone a successful operaThis January 8th, 1915. LEE WALLS, M. C. B. O. C tion. Mrs. Beard Is nt St. Joseph's Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits putroimno of Clovorp irt Husiness Bath $1.50 Mon and Shoppers Hustling Young Farmers. Beard Bros, had 42,000 pouuds of tobacco on the loose leaf floors last week. They sold 17,000 pounds the first two Dr. R. P. Kunneck Veterinary Surgeon OI'l'ICK TRI5NT ii WALLS PIUU'ARIOD SPECIAL sales at satisfactory prices. They have 40,000 pounds yet to sell. They are hustling young farmers. NOTICE. Breckenridge Circuit Court. All persons having claims against the estate of Kllza G. Gregory, deceaed, will present them to the undersigned Master Commissioner, properly proven, as required by taw. oil or before the Ut dav of February, 19i4 This 2nd day of lanuarv. 1915. LUK WALLS. Master Commissioner of Breckenridge Circuit Court. LIVHRV STA11L15 TO TREAT ALL TO ANIMAL DISEASES. ATTENTION GIVEN CALLS AT ALL HOURS. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Gardner are on Miss Bullitt Dead. M. Rhodes bought of Commlltis the sick list. J. Miss Clara lSullitt, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Marcus Kincheloe is ill. Cart six poplar trees, for which he paid and Mrs. Malcolm llullitt, of Louisville; (I50. Lodiburg Correspondent. For uny pain, burn, bcald or bruise, died last Monday at their home at I34I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days apply Dr. Thomas Eclectic Oil the South Thiid street. Your dniggUt wilt refund money It PAZO household remedy. Two sizes 25c and Itching, OINTMKNT fails to cure any cane of is the time to subscribe Bllnd,Blccdlni( or Protruding I'ilcalnotQHaays, jOc at all drug stores. Ttw flrit application glvc Es;o ted Best, 50c Pays $150 For Six Trees. DR. R. P. KUNNECK, V. M. D. IIAUDINSIll'KG, KICNTl'CKY Now News Want Ads. are Little Winners 1- 0- BIG DAYS 10 JAN. 20 TO 30, 1915 -FVERYTH NO . i ARD CO'S E & J 1 jl B. F. BEAR enable you to make your nickles and dimes do the work UII jwvii r0rtniniv vnnr hnvimr chance and surely you will not go UilV.1V Everything in judgment'and let this sale pass without supplying your needs. . c .... urill v... our mmense stock which covers all kinds and manner oi merc..a..u.w r.y un mu CUT in nrice durine this sale. Sample prices tnrougnoui class goods. idea of the tremendous slaughter of our own prices on first . . :M uiB eoio nnH if will continue for that you neea anu warn of ... RED TAG -SALE to 10 days to our . We have extended the time This is of dollars. silSs Line," made to -- ? (Mb All Prices Quoted Or Cut Are For Cash Only Nothing Charged At Cut Prices A Pleased Customer Is Oi Men's S15.00 Overcoats, Ked Tag Prico Men's $8.50 and $9.00 Overcoats, S5.98 Ked Tag Prico Men's $12.50 Overcoats, -- $8.98 Red Tag Prico Men's $7.00 Overcoats, Red Tag Price Men's $22 00 Suits, .$14.92 Red The Sulo Men's $20.00 Suits, $13.49 Red Tag Sale Men's $18.50 Suits, $12.98 Ked Tas Sale Just keep on reading, there aro bargains all the way through.- Dry Goods Ladies' Cloaks and Coat Men's and Boys Clothing Suits. The Famous wear and lit. $1-- "Ely-Ja- y Up-to-da- in every way. 00 Coat Suits, Red Tag Price tt.98 $6,98 $2.29 .$4.98 $17.50 Coat Suits, Ked Tag Price $12.00 Coat Suits, Ked Tag Price $3.50 Skirts, Ked Tag Prico $4.50 Skirts, Red Tag Prico $G.50 $10.49 Men's J15.00 and Jl6.oo Suits red tag price Men's $12 50 and red tag price $13 00 Suits .$10.49 . ..$2.79 $3.79 $10.49 Skirts, Red Tug Prico Men's $10.00 Suits red tag price Men's I7 50 and 58.00 Suits red tag price Boys' 13.50 Overcoats red tag price Boys' $3 25 Overcoats red tag price . Our immense business in this department is evidence of its superior quulitics. The latest and dantiest are here. 4 C Simpson and Amcric.m Calicoes VU Ked Tag Price per yard Keep on reading nnd mako out your list as you go, Hope Cotton per yard 7if Iv Ked Tag Prico per yard 12&c Oinirliains IOC Ked Tag Price per yard lOo Outing Flannels Ked Tag Price per yard . $17.00 Ladies Cloaks, Red Tag Prico .$5.41 .$2.4! $2-25 Gents Furnishings red tat' price. $i 00 Monarch Shirts red tat' price $1.50 Arrow 50c Boys' S4.oo Overcoats red tag price $2.91 $3.91 $1.4 te Shirts ....39c ....89c :$1.19 Boys' $5.50 Overcoats red tag price Boys' $7.00 Overcoats red tag price Boys' $2.25 Suits red tag price Boys' $3.00 and 3.30 Suits red tag price ' Jc red tat' price Shirts Swann Hats American Beauty Corsets Very stylish, neat, attractive and serviceable. Insure yourself an attractive figure with the American Beauty. $1.19 $1.50 Corsets, Red Tag Price 79 1.00 Corsets, Ked Tag Prico 42 .50 Corsets, Ked Tag Price The Hat without an equal. There is no wear out to them, but we want to sell you one any way, If it never wears out $2.50 Hats Boys' $l.oo Suits red tag price Boys' $5.00 Suits red tag price Boys' 5.00 and $6.5o Suits red tag price Boys' $7 50 and $8.00 Suits red tag price .$2.75 V red tae price $1 50 Hats red tag price $1.98 $1.19 .$2.f Star Brand Shoes Are Better They are the shoe without the hurt. They wear longer and look Why notwearanhonestallleathershoe? That's what the Star Brand is. Men's P'lgrlm Russia Calf Bal. regular $4 00 value, $2.98 red tag price MM $! $2.25; .$3.75 "4 Men's ?2 00 Odd Pants red tag price Men's $2.75 and I3.00 Odd Pants red tag price Men's $3.50 and 4.00 Odd Pants red tag price G5 ro CO 22 Ladies' Mayflower and Society ffl In Tan, Calf, Button regular $3 50 value, red tag price I.UU QQ Men's $s 00 and $5.50 Odd Pants red tag price Ladies' Red Cross Shoes 5 CJ I CO CO In Suede, VIci, Pat., llrocade and Mat. top, Cuban Heel, regular $4.w value, CO QO red tag price. ffc.WU $4.50 value Gents Furnishings. 15c Arrow Collars, greets ' red tag price. .$3.19 Red Tag Prico - VERY SPECIAL. Men's Work Sox, per pair Arrow Head Brand Sox; all colors, 25c values; per pair Ladies' Underwear .$1.00 Clarments, Ked Tag Prico 71)e Big Reductions on all .50 and 00c Garments, red tasj price Or. r:,iriniiiit lfod 111!' .'Mo lUc Odds and Ends. . . . B. F. BEARD CO f I e in I J TAG wmki p' 2,500 10 u2Ll u nperw With every $20.00 purchased in all departments during this sale, except the Grocery Department, you may add $1.00 and get 30 pounds fELA C of Standard Granulated Cane Sugar for JJ.I. V-- r With every $10.00 purchased in all departments during this sale, except the Grocery Department, you may add 50c and get 12 pounds of Standard Granulated Cane Sugar for Each Customer will be given a punch card to keep a record of his purchases. J 1- -2 tl" EZLfc yards Hoosier Cotton tor 4 3-- 4c Days Only. One bolt to each Customer. per yd. For Mever before in alhof our Red Tag Sales have we offered such amazing inducements to save money. This is the opportunity of your lives. Begin the New Year right by taking advantage of prices. This 10 Days Sale will be Dur Best Advertisement Hardinsburg's Greatest Event! $7.00 Rugs and Druggets Iron Bed I fen Strong and Substantial; rcg. $7 val., red tug price only v. . uuiu fljr iQ Buggies 1 1 Brewster Top Buggj' regular &At Pfl OHxiwU 55.00; red tag price Runabout, Solid Bent Wood Back, Full Leather Trim, regular Ol 0 fin $(50.00, cut price 04diUU Stick Seat Runabout, regular tfQH fin $45.00, red tag price OdiUU Cakes of Cleaneasy and Lenox Soap, 25c 17c 25c Calumet Baking Powders 15c 20c Roasted Coffee, per lb 20c 25c Roasted Coffee, per lb 3 Cans of Sugar Corn, 20c Be certain that you see every price. Don't miss any thing. It's all for you. 7 lb. package of Borax 10c 10c Box of Polish for 7c Putnam Fadeless Dyes, per pkg 5c 10c Box Bon Bon Bkg. Powder, 2 for., 15c 2 Packages of Wash Blue 5c 3 Cans of Kraut for .20c . 2 Pkgs Macaroni (16 oz. net) 15c 1 1 $20.00 9x12 Axminister Rugs red tag price S15.49 $17.49 $10.98 The Famous Moores Stoves 22.00 9x12 Axminister Rugs a red tag price $15.00 9x12 Brussels Rugs red tag prico $3.00 9x12 Matting Rugs red tag prico Everything in this lino of Merchandise is on the incline when we buy it, but wo are putting it on the decline to you. 35o 12 in. Collar Pat. Rod 25c Tag Prico 50o Wash Tub, Red Tag Price 14x18 5 foot Cross Cut Saw, $1.98 Red Tug Prico. 25c Ax Handle, Red Tag Prico -- COo Dirt Shovel, ;.. ...35c Red Tug Prico 75c Wood Saw, Red Tag Prico 35u Wash Board, Red Tag Price 2.50 Eight Day Clock, Red Tag Price $1.00 Post. Hole Digger, - 49c 59c 27c $1.98 ..$2.49 .19c 79c Red Tag Prico .. Big Reduction on Keen Kutter Pocket Knives and Claut-- Sheers. 5 Furniture $10.50 Oak Dresser re d tag prico $12.50 Oak Dresser & Stoves J8.49 $10.49 Guaranteed Washing Machine The latest of all Modern Inventions. 1 j 1 red tag price red tag prico $2.75 Cotton Top Mattress red tag prico $12 50 Kitchen Cabinet red tag prico $10.00 Roll Top Oak Red red tag prico $8.50 Roll Foot Oak Bed red tag prico $13.00 Chiffonier .$9.49 Reg. $10.00 Value, J2.29 .$8.49 $7.98 Red Tag Price . . . $7.98 DAZEY CHURN. A Scientific Separator at a . $6.98 $1.25 Price $31 00 Moores Roofing. ly moderate cost. red tag prico Rubberoid Roofing, Rod Tag Prico per roll Air Tight Ladies' Hats at One-Ha- lf During This Sale. Keopor, red tag prico, $9.00 R. B. O. Oak Heater Stove, red tag prico $16.00 Mooros No 15 Firo $25.98 $11.98 $6.98 Regular $6 value. Red Tag Price , $4.79 ;daze Hacrdinsburg, Kentucky. oferMyste ry By HAROLD MAG GRATH ,. rvv-i- iifl Illustrated from Sccnc.t in the FHotn Drama of the Santa Name by the Thanhouscr Film Company cost mm a pocKcrrui or money, out tno end Justified tho means. The princess had no past worth mentioning. By piecing this nnd that together ho bo came assured thnt sho hnd told tho simple truth regarding tho relationship to Florences mother. A cablegram had given him all the facta In her history; thero wcro no gaps or discrepances. It read clear and frank. Trust a Humlan secret agent to know what ho was talking about. So Norton's Btisnlclons and he had entertained some were completely lulled to sloop. And ho wouldn't havo doubted her at a'l except for tho fact that Bralne had been with her when he had Introduced Hnrgreavo. Ilargreavo had fearpd Bralne; that much tho reporter had elicited from the but ler. But thero wasn't tho slightest evidence. Bralne had been in New vork for nearly sis years. Tho princess '.ad arrived in tho city but a yoar gone. And Bralno was a member of several fashionable clubs, never touched cards, and seldom drank. He was an expert chess player and n wonderful amateur bllllardlst. Perhaps Jones, tho taciturn nnd Inscrutable, had not told him all he knew regarding his master's past. Well, well; he had In his time untangled worse snarls. Tho offlcp had turned him loose, a free lance, to handle tho caso as ho saw fit, to turn in the story when It was complete. But what a story It was going to bo when ho cleared It up! Tho moro mystifying It was, tho greater the zest and sport for him. Norton was like a (Copyright, 1911, XiJ UnrolJ MacOratli) Har-greav- CHAPTER III. The Safe In the Lonely Warehouse. Tho prlr.ress did not remain long after tho departuro of tho pollco with tho bogus detectives. It hnd bocn a very dllflcult corner to wriggle out of, all becauso llralno had milled to his plans after sho had left tho apartment. Hut for tho advent of the mod; dllng reporter the coup would havo succeeded, herself apparently perfectly Innocent of complicity. That must ba the keynote of all her plans: to ap pear qulto Innocent and leave no trail behind her. Sho hnd gained tho confidence of Florence and her companion. And sho was rather certain that resho had Impressed this porter end the stolid butler. She had told nothing but tho truth regarding her relationship. They would Hnd that out. She was Katrina Pushkin's cousin. But blood with her counted as naught. J5ho had room In her heart but for two "things, Bralno and money to spend on her caprices. How leng has your highness known Mr. Bralno?" ask:d tho reporter idly, ,a3 ho smoothed away all signs of his recent conflict. "O, tho better part of a year. Mr. Ilargreavo did not recognize me the other night. That was qulto excus able, for when ho last saw me 1 was not moro than twelve. My child," she said to Florence, "build no hopes regarding your mother. She Is doubtless dead. Upon somo trivial matter I do not know what it was sho was confined to tho fortress. That was seventeen years ago. When you enter tho fortress at St. Petersburg, you ceaso to bo." "That Is true enough." "I did not recall myself to your father. I did not care at that moment to shock him with tho remembrance of tho past. Is not Mr. Bralno a remarkable man?" All this In her charming broken K lglish. "Ho Is, indeed," afflrmed Norton. "Ho's a superb linguist, knows everybody and has traveled evoryvhera. No matter what subject you bring up h seems well Informed." "Como often," urged Florence. "I shall, my child. And any tims you need me, call for me. After all, I am nearly your nunt. You will find llfo In tho city far different from that which you havo been accustomed to." Sho limped down to her limousine. In tripping up Noiton ho had Btepped upon her foot heavily. "Sho Is lovely!" cried Florence. "Well, I must bo on my way, also," said Norton. "I am a worldly-wisman. Miss Florence. So Is Jones here. Never go any place without letting him know; not even to tho corner drug store. I am going to find your father. Somo one was rescued. I'm going to find out whether it was tho aviator or Mr. Hargreave." Jones drew in a deep breath and his eyes closed for a moment. At tho door ho spoke to tho reporter. "What do you think of that womlazy-eyed e tho aeronaut. Tho five thousand mlgm havo been his feo for rescuing Here Is the greatest thins we'vo ever been up against; and you start In with every day methods!" "Little woman, don't let your to.ig.i-ru- n nway with you too far." "I'm not tho least b:t afraid of you, Leo. You noed mo, and It has never been more apparont than at this moment." "All right. I fell by the wayside this trip. Truthfully, I realized it five minutes after tho men were gone. Tho only clover thing I did was to keep the mask on my face. They can't como back at me. But tho thing looked so easy; nnd It would havo worked but for Norton's appearance." "You all but compromised me. That butler worries mo a little." Her expression lost Its anger and grew thoughtful. "Ho's always about, somewhere. Do you think Hnrgreavo took for 10 hours. Ho hasn't mailed a letter or telephoned to any place but the grocery. There have been no telegrams. Somo one In that house knows where tho money is, and It's ten to one that it will be the girl; "Sho lookes enough like Katrina to be her ghost." Bralno went over to the window and stared up at the stars. "You havo made a good impression on the girl?" with his back still to ward her. "I had her in my arms." "Olga, my hat Is off to you," turn Inc. now that his face was again in repose. "Your very frankness regard Ing your relationship will pull the Of course wool over their eyes. they'll make Inquiries and they'll find out that you haven't lied. It's perfect Not even that newspaper wca el will see anything wrong. Toward you they will eventually ease up and you can act without their even dreaming your part In the business. Wo must not bo seen in public any more. This butler may know whero I stand even though ho cannot prove It. Now, I'm going to toll you something. Perhaps you've long since guessed it. Katrina was mlno till Ilargreavo never mind what his name was then till Har greavo camo into the fold. So suro of her was I that I used her as a lure to bring him to us. She fell In love with him, but too lato to warn him. I had the satisfaction of seeing him cast her aside, curse her, and leave her. In one thing she fooled us all. I never knew of the child till you told me." Ho paused to light a cigarette. "Ilargreavo was madly In love with her. He cursed her, but ho camo back to the houso to forgive her, to find that she had been seized by tho secret police and entombed in the fortress. I had my revenge. It was I who sent in the Information, practically bogus. But In Russia they never question; they act and forget. So ho had a daughstrnlcht him Into his confidence?" He's been "Can't tell. watched I "I Am Not Afraid of You, Leo." ings. Tho captain of tho tramp steamer Orient told him the same tale he had told the other reporters; ho had picked up a man at sea. The man had been gambler who played for big stakes, and only big stakes stirred his crav brought aboard totally exhausted. "Was thero another body any where?" "No." "What became of him?" Ho began pacing tho floor, his hands "I sent a wireless and that seemed behind his back; and tho woman to bother him. It looked so that ho did an?" "I believe that sho told tho truth. watched him, oscillating between lovo not want anybody to learn that ho had and fear. Ho camo to a halt abruptly been rescued. Tho moment the boat Sho Is charming." touched tho pier ho lost himself in the "Sho Is. Put for all her charm and1 aud looked down at her. 'Don't worry. You havo no rival. crowd. Fifty reporters came aboard, truth I cannot help distrusting her. I have an Idea. I shall call up your of. I'll leave tho daughter to your tender but ho was gone. And I could but tell prove it. them Just what I'm telling you." lie cnatteu witn Florence for a flee at tho end of each day. If a day mercies." "Ho had money." while and found that, for all sho might 'The butler," sho said, "has full powcomes without a call, you will know "About five thousand." be guileless to the world, sho was a ers or attorney to act for Ilargreavo that Ft.inoUilr.g is wioug." good linguist, a flue musician, and "Pleaso describe him." "A very good Idea." Norton shook while absent, up to tho day tho girl The captain did so. It was the same talked with remarkable keenness becomes of legal age." hands with everyone and departed. "I'll keep an eye on our friend Jones. description he had given to all tho re- about books and arts. But unless ho "What a brave, ploasant young porters. Norton looked over the rail roused her, the sadness of her position From now on, day and night, thero will man!" murmured Susan. always lay written iu her face. It was "I l!ko him, too; and I'd like him bo a eat at tho knothole, and "waro at tho big warehouse. not difficult for him to conjuro up her "Was it an ordinary balloon?" for n friend," Bald tho guileless girl. mouse! Could you make up anything "Thero you've got me. My Marconi dreams In coming to tho city and tho "It Is very good to have n friend like this girl?" suddenly. man says the balloon part was llko blow which, like a bolt of lightning "A fair likeness." like .Mr. Norton," added Jones; and "Do it. Go to tho ship which picked any ofher balloon; but tho passenger from a clear sky, had shattered them passed out Into thu kitchen. All tho help had beun discharged and upon up the man at sea and quiz the cap- car was a new business to him. It ruthlessly "You must como every day and tell his shoulders lay tho burden of the tain. Either tho avlutor or Ilargreavo could bo driven against the wind." "Driven against the wind. Did you mo how you have progressed," sho cooking till such tlmu when ho could Is alive. It Is Important to learn which said. at once. Bo very careful; play tho tell t'ls to the other chaps?" reinstate the rook. "Don't think I did. Just remem I'll obey that order gladly, when Thera as a stormy scjiio between game only as you know how to play it. ever I can possibly do it. My visits And If Hargreavu Is alive, wo win. To- bered It. Probably somo new invenBralno nnd tho prlncoss that night. "Aro y.u In your dotago?" sho asked morrow morning, early. Tears of an- tion; and now it's at the bottom of tho will alwajs bo short." That is not necessary." guish, aud all that. Sailors aro easy Lea. Two man, as I understand it, vehemently. went in this No," said Norton In his heart, "but "Thero. thero; bring your volco when a woman weeps. No color, re- gone off good." contraption. One Is for It Is wiso." member; Just tho yellow wig aud tho down a hi!. Where's tho girl?" Always he found Jones waiting for "For good," echoed the reporter salient features. Now, " "In her horn. Whero did you "Aren't you going to kiss mo, Leo?" gravely. Gone for good, indeed, poor him at tho door, always in tho shadow. bho would be. after that botch-wor- k "Well?" the butler whispered. Ho caught her hands. "Thero Is a devil I Norton took out a roll of bills. of letting mu go to do one thing There's two hundred In this roll." "I havo laid a neat trap. Whether while you had In mind another? And species of Delilah about you, Olga. A "Well?" said the captain, vastly as this balloon was the ono that left tho r.n ordinary pair of cutthroats, at kiss tonight from your Hps would snip v top of this house I don't know. But If my lockB; and I need a clear head. tonished. that!" "It's yours if you will do mo a thero wero two men In It, ono of thom "Tho thought camo to mo after you Whether wo fall or win, when tub lies at tho bottom ot tho sea." left. I knov you'd recognize tho men game Is played you shall bo my wife." small favor." "And tho man found?" The butler's "If It doesn't get mo mixed up with and understand. I sco no reason why He kissed tho bands and strode, out Into tho hall. tho police. I'm only captain of a voice was tense. Jt didn't work." Tho woman gazed down at her small tramp; and some of tho harbor pollco "It was not Hargreave. I met Orts It would havo been all right if you white hands and smiled tenderly. (The have taken a dislike to me. What do but once, aud as he wore a beard then, had consulted a clairvoyant." tho captain's description did not tally "What tho deuco do you mean by tigress has her tender moments!) Ho you want me to do?" "The pollco will not bother you. This with your recollection." meant it! that?" llralno demanded roughly. Sho went Into her dressing room and man Hargreave had somo enemies; "Thank God! But what Is this trap?" "I mean that then you would havo "I proposo to find out by It who Is learned your friend tho reporter was for an hour or moro worked over her they want either his life or his money; to arrive upon tho scene at Its most face and hair, till sho wan certain that maybo both. It Is a peculiar case, with back of all this, who Hargreavo's real If tho captain or tho ship described her Hussla iu tho background. Ho might enemies are." vital moment." to anyono'elso ho could not fall to glvo havo laid tho wholo business before Norton returned to his rooms, thero "What, Norton?" "Yes. The trouble is with you, you a fair description of Florence Ilar- the police, but ho choso to fight it out to await the call from Grannis. He himself. And to tell tho truth, I don't was sorry, but If Jones would not tako huvo been so successful all these yearn greavo. But Norton reached tho captain first. believe tho pollco would have done him Into his fullest confidence, h V.ivl you havo grown overconfident. I must hold himself to blame for any tell you that there is u doF.poratoiy Other reiortors had besieged him, but uny good." "Heave her over; what do you want blunder ho (Norton) made. Of course, rhrcwd muu somowhero back of all they had succeeded In gathering tho CHAPTER IV. vu .st kind or information. They had tno to do for that handsome roll ot ho could readily understand Jones' this. .Murk me, I do not believe, angle- ot vision. Ho knew nothing of Is dead. Hu Is In hiding. It no description of Ilargreavo, while money?" "If any man or woman who Is not a the general run ot reporters; he had The Flat on the Top Floor. may ba noar by Ho may havo dropped Norton had. Before going down to the Bralno crawled from hU uncomfort from tho balloon boforo It left laud boat, however, he had delved Into tho reporter comes to pump you toll them heard ot them by rumor and distrusted The mzxx. tflav, jilzkcA ,un may be Orts, past of the Princess Olga Perlggff, Jt the man went ashore with a packet un- - them. He was not aware of the fact able hiding place. 1,'ia clothes were sup-pas- o liar-(,-reav-o - ter!" that tno nverago reporter carries moro secrets in his head than a prime minister. It was, then, up to him to set about to allay this distrust and gain . tho man's complete confidence. Mcanwhllo that same morning n pretty young woman boarded tho Orient ond nsked to bo led to tho capon." "Say that you saw him enter yonder tain. Hot eyes were red; she had WIipa tno woepiSand later depart without evidently boi-captain, n cpilble i:::o p.ll cniiars. his iiackut." oaw her his prcinlr.aa to Norton tooa "Hasy as dropping my mudnook." wings, "That's nil." Norton gave tho "This in fVptrln Hasan f" sho asked, the money. "Good-band many balling the lv.indkcrch!'f sho held m thanks." her liafi l. "Don't mention It." "Yes, mlso. What can I do for you?" Norton loft the slip and proceeded to tho olllco of tho warehouse. Ho ap- Ho put bis hands embcrrasscdly Into his pock!9 and felt the crisp bills proached the manager's desk. But for that magic touch ho would "Hello, Grunnla, old topi" Thd man looked Up from his work havo forgotten his linos. He squared his shculdcre. surlily. Then his lace brightened. "I have overy assurance that tho "Norton? What's brought you here? O, yes; thnt balloon business. Sit man you Icked up at nea Is my fpther. I am Florenco Hargreave. Tell mo down." "What kind of a man is tho captain everything." Tho captain's very blundering deof that old hooker in tho slip?" "Shifty in gun running, but other- ceived her. "And then ho hustled and headed for wise na Equaro ts a die. Looks funny down tho He had a package to sea an old tub like that fixed up that warehouso. with wireless; but that has saved Ins which ho was as render of ns If it neck u dozen tlmc3 when he was run- had been dynamite." "Thank you!" impulsively. ning it into a noose. Not going to in"A man has to do his duty, miss. A terview mo, are you?" "No. I'mTfoIng to ask you to do mo sailor's always glad to rescue a man nt sea," awkwardly. a little favor." When she finally went down tho "Theymlways say that. But spin her out. If It ducsn't cost mo my Job, gangplank the sigh tho captain heaved was almost nB loud as tho exhaust it's yours." "Well, there will bo a person mak- from the donkey engines which wero ing inquiries nbout tho mysterious working out tho crates of lemons from aeronaut. All I want you to say is, tho hold. "Maybo sho is his daughter; but that ho left a packet with you, that you've put It In that safe till ho calls two hundred Is two hundred, and I'm a poor sailor man." to claim it Then Grannis came In for his Grannis nibbled the end of his pen "Suppose somo ono should como nnd troubles. What was a chap to do demand that I open the safe and do when a pretty girl appealed to him? "I am sorry, miss, but I can't give liver?" "All you'vo got to do Is to tell them you that package. I gave the man a receipt and till it is presented to mo to show the receipt signed by you." tho package must remain In yonder Tho warehouso manager laughed "Got a lot of senso in that ivory dome safe. You understand enough about of yours. All right. But if anything the business to realize that. I did happens you'vo got to como around not solicit the Job. It was thrust upon me. I'd give a hundred dollars if the and back me up. What's It about? blame thing was out of my safe. You "That I dare not tell you. This say It is your fortune. That hasn't much, I'm laying a trap and I want been proved. It may bo gunpowder, some- ono I don't know to fall Into it "On your way, James. But if you dynamite. I'm sorry, but you will don't send mo some prize fight tickets havo to find your father and bring tho next week for this, I'll never do you receipt." Tho young woman left the wareanother favor, In reply Norton took from his pocket house, dabbing her eyes with tho two bits of pasteboard and laid them sodden handkerchief. "I wonder," mused Grannis, as he on tho desk. "I know you'd bo want watched her from the window, "I woning something like this." "Illngslde!" cried Graunls. "You re der what tho deuce that chap Norton is up to. Tho girl might have porters arc lucky devils!" "I'd go myself If there was any been the man's daughter. . . . Good There earthly chance of a real scrap. You Lord, "what an ass I am! make mo laugh, Gran. You'ro always wasn't any man!" And so ho reached going, always hoping the next ono will over for the telephone. Immediately upon receipt of tho be a real one. But it's all bunk. The pugs are tho biggest fakers on top the message the reporter set his machinSome tlmo before sod. They've got us newspaper men ery in motion. dawn ho would know who the done to a frazzle, was. He questioned Gran"I guess you'ro right. Well, count on mo regarding that mysterious nis thoroughly, and Grannis' description tallied nmazingly with that of bundle In tho safe.1 "At three o'clock this afternoon I Florence Hargreave. But a call over want you to call mo up. If no one has the wlro proved to him conclusively called, why tho game is up. But if that Florence had not been out of some one does como around and make the house that morning. inquiries, don't fall to let me know On tho morrow tho newspapers had "I'll bo here till five. I'd better call scare-head- s about an attempt to rob you up then." the Duffy warehouse. It appeared Then Norton returned home and that the police had been tipped beidled about till afternoon. Ho went forehand and were on the grounds in over to Blverdalo. Five times ho time to gather in several notorious walked up and down tho front of tho gunmen, who, under pressure of tho Ilargreavo place, finally plucked up third degree, vowed that they had his courage and walked to tho door. been hired and paid by a man in a After all, ho was a lucky mortal. He mask and had not tho slightest idea j had a good excuse to visit this houso what he wanted them to raid. Notb every day in the week. And thero was ing further could be gotten out of something tantalizing In tho risk he the gunmen. Thnt they were lying took. Besides, he wanted to prove to the police had no doubt, but they himself whether It was a passing tancy wore up against a stout wall and all or something deeper. That's tho way with humans; wo never see a sign "Fresh Paint" that wo don't have to der his arm." "Tlo a knot In that' "Say that tho man was- gray haired. clean shaven, straight, with a scar high up on his forehead, generally cov ered up by his holr." "That's battened down, my lad. Go ware-honeenp-tain gang-plan- L. C. TAUL 1 Insurance Office 5 Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health . Insurance. Old Reliable Companies t s) picz:orz3iioolfoaoE Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky I0IZZ)000C30P soiled ana aamp, ms nm gtmr. or a hair's breadth ho had escaped the clever trap laid for him. Hargreave was alive, he had escaped; Bralne was as certain of this fact as he was of He now knew hie own breathing. how to account for the flickering light In the upper story of the warehouse. His ancient enemy had been watching him nil the tlmo. More than this, Hargreave and the meddling reporter were in collusion. In the flaro ot lights at tho end of tho he had caught the profile of the reporter. Here was a dangerous man, who must be watched with the utmost care. Hs, Bralne, had been lured to commit an overt act, and by the rarest good luck had escaped with nothing more serious than a cold chill and a galling disappointment. He crawled along the top of the pier, listening, sending his glance hither and thither. The sky In the east was growing paler and paler. In and out among tho bales of wool, bags of coffee and lemon crates he slowly and cautiously wormed his way. A watchman patrolled the ofllce sldo of the warehouse, "and Bralno found It possiblo to creep around the other way, thence Into the street. After that ho straightshop ened up, sought a second-hanand purchased a soft hat, which he pulled down over his eyes. He had half a dozen rooms which he always kept In readiness for such adventures as this. Ho rented them furnished In small hotels which never asked questions of their patrons. To one of these ho went as fast as his weary legs could carry him. He always carried tho key. Once in his room he donned fresh wearing apparel, linen, shoes, and shaved. Then he proceeded downstairs, the secondhand hat shading his eyes and tho upper part of his face. At half past twelve Norton entered tho Knickerbocker and the first person he noticed was Bralne, reading the morning's paper. propped up against the water carafe. Evidently he had Just ordered, for there was nothing on his plate. Norton walked over and laid his hand upon Bralno's shoulder. The man looked up with mild curiosity. "Why, Norton, sit down, sit down! Have you had lunch? No? Join me." "Thanks. Came in for my breakfast," said Norton, drawing out the chair. Bralno was sitting with his back to tho wall on tho lounge-seat- . "I wonder if you newspaper men ever cat a real, true enough breakfast. I should think the hours you lead would kill you off. Anything new on tho Hargreave story?" "I'm not handling that," tho reporter lied cheerfully. "Didn't want to. I know him rather intimately. I've a horror ot dead, people, and don't want to be called upon to identify the body when they find it." "Then you think they will find it?" "I don't know. It's a strange mlxup. I'm not on tho story, mind you; but I was In tho locality of Duffy's warehouso lato last night and fell Into a gunman rumpus." "Yes, I read about that. What were they after?" "You've got mo there. No one seems to know. Some cock and bull story about thero being something valuable. There was." "What was it? The report in this paper does not say." "Ten thousand bags of coffee." Bralne lay back in his chair and laughed. "If you want my oninion." said "You Must Come Every Day and Tell Norton, "I believe the gunmen were out to shoot up another gang, and Me How You Have Progressed." the police got wind of it," they could do was to hold the men for "Don't you think It about time the the grand Jury. police called a halt In this gunman Norton was In a fine temper. After matter?" all his careful planning he had gained "Oh, so long as they pot each other nothing absolutely nothing. But tho police look tho other way ' It V' wait; ho had gained something tho (To be Continued) bitter enmity of a cunning and desperato man, who had been forced to The,,, remain hidden under tho pier till almost dawn. gun-play d d 'Million Dollar Mystery' Is Now Being Shown at the - American Theater DON'T BE MISSED Cloverport Citizens Should Read and Heed This Advice. Kidney trouble Is dangerous and often fatal. 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This is Mrs. Beauchamp's second school at that place, and the patrons and pupils are highly pleased with her as a teacher. Spafford Payne, who has been very ill with typhoid, is able to be up again, and was in Garfield this week. Some of our farmers are through burning plant beds, and are already beginning preparations for another tobacco crop. Biliousness and Constlpjtion Cured. If you are troubled with biliousness or constipation you will be interested in the statement of R. F. Erwln, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last winter I had an attack of indigestion. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so highly recommended, I bought a bottle of them and thev helped me right away. lfor sale by all dealers. once, $800. sesion at once. Crawford with cross fencing. Price, if taken at Pos- Beauchamp, Fine Plymouth Rock Cockerels For further particulars write to Sl.OO Each Hardlnsburg, Kentucky MRS. THOS. BEARD, :: Hardinsbura, Ky. REFORMING A SAVAGE. Chap. ' TO NOTICE THE PUBLIC! 42 PIECE After tha Treatment He Became Quite a Gentlemanly DINNER SETS given away with coupons we give with each 25c cash purchase. Sets will soon bo on display in our store and of course you will want one after you sye them. SAVE YOUR 1 A Farm For Sale And In "Among the Primitive Bakongo" John . Weeks tells the story of u chief, Mampuya of Klukuzu. who callof ed on ulin at Watheu station to request that a teacher be sent to bis own. "He seemed u very quiet, gentlemanly sort ot man." says Mr. of Mr. Weeks, "and I was very much surI asprised to hear that he bad not always been so deferential and modest. "Mampuya at one time treated the of people of his town In n very contempwas always extorttuous fashion and ing, on one plea or another, fowls, goats and other goods from tbem. 12, 1915. THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. "At last they could bear his extortions no longer, nnd so they bound him securely, put btm on a shelf in his Genuine Merit Required to Win the own bouse, built u fire under him und People's Confidence. E. B. sprinkled a quantity of red pepper on It Then they went out und shut the Have you ever stopded to reason why door closely behind tbem. The punMamit is that so many products that are ex- gent smoke filled the but. nnd He would tensively advertised, all at once drop puya sneezed tremendously. Report of the Condition of the have died If there bad been a little out of sight and are soon forgotten? more pepper on tbe fire. The reason Is plain the article did not "At last they took hlro out of tbe Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust fulfil the promise of the manufacturer. smoke and tied a stick across bis cbest This applies more particular to medi- to bis extended arms with tbe IntenCompany. cine. A medical preparation that has tion of punishing him still further, payment of a Doing business at the town of Uardins-burreal curative value almost sells Itself, as but tbey let bitn off on fine and many promises of better belike an endless chain system the remeCounty of Breckinridge, State recommended by those who have havior, which promises be has scrupudy is of Kentucky, at thec'ose of busibeen benefited, to those who are in lously kept" ness on the 31st day of need of it. cember, 1914. A prominent druggist says: "Take Excellent for Stomach Trouble. RESOURCES. for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo"Chamberlain's Tablets ate jutt fine ?374i639.8S a preparation I have sold for many for stomach trouble," writes Mrs G. Loans ami Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unyears and never hesitate to recommend, C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was bothered secured 239 64 for in almost every case it shows ex- with this complaint for some time and Due from Banks.... 55,574 27 Cash on hand t9,7o8 02 as many of my custom- frequently had bilious attacks. cellent results, Cham, ers testify. No other kidney remedy berlaln's Tablets afforded me great re- Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures charged off... that I know of has so large a sale." lief from the first, and since taking one Other Real Estate, Farm According to sworn statements and bottle of them I feel like a different Lands 1,799 7 Other Assets not included unverified testimony of thousands who person." For sale by all dealers. der any of above heads.... 318.73 have used the preparation, the success Japanese Superstition. is due to of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t Total 452,279.81 If a guest leaves a Japanese hotel the fact that it fulfils almost every MAHIMTIES. overcoming kidney, liver and without paying his bill a broom Is wish In to it, up, his name is bladder diseases, corrects urinary trou- dressed Is Inverted as a attached disre- Capital Stock paid in, in cash. $ 50,000.00 sign of and It 28,000.00 bles and neutralizes the uric acid which spect, W. L. Hlldburgh said in a lec- Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less excauses rheumatism. ture on Japanese popular magic before penses and taxes paid 4,474.36 You may receive a sample bottle of the Japan society, a London corre- Deposits subject to check $139,884. 14 Swamp-Roby Parcels Post, Adspondent of the New York Sun writes. 211,921,31 351,805 45 Complaint, he added, is then made Time Deposits dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., BlngharatoD, Unpaid Dividends, due JanN. Y., and enclose ten cents; also to the figure, and It 1b ordered to bring uary 1, I9I5 3,000.00 the money next day. Farmers heat Dills Payable mention The Breckenrldge News. 15,000.00 beans to find out what the weather Is going to be, and sacrifice a black Total ifa5,379.8t Hensley Important Station. horse It they want rain. Paper amuStale of Kentucky, 1 - . lets are used during thunderstorms County of lireckeuridge. J We, B. V. Beard and Paul Compton, William Bell is at D. II. Smith's ad and shopkeopers at the end of each ding a new addition to one of his ten- year conduct demon dispelling cere- President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that ant houses and repairing other build- monies.. To avoid litigation tho person who the above statement is true to the best of ings. Hensley is now an Important foars It bathes In the twilight on the our knowledge and belief. station on the Branch, and land around fourth day of the fourth month. In 11. V. Beard, President. Paul Compton, Cashier. there Is advancing since trains stop villages wells are covered over during Subscribed and sworn to before me eclipses ot the moon, as tbe people bethere. lieve that poison drops from the sky this 9th day of January, I9I5. M. 11. Kiucheloe, Notary Public. Whaaever You Need a General Toalc at that time. . My commission expires Sept. 2, 1917. Take Orove's Tike Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Don't use harsh physics. The reacaUU Toalc is equally valuable as a Toalc because it contains the tion weakens the bowels, leads to tonic and laxative effect, ' watt kaowa tonic propertiesofQUININB chronic constipation. Get Doan's Beciute of Hi QUININRIs Utter than ordinary BKOMO aa4 IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives Regulels, They operate easily. 25c Quinine aad docs not cause nenrouaoeaa nor rintinc In bead. Remember the lull name and awl Malaria, Xaricbes the Blood and look tor the signature ol 8. W. OftOYS. ate. at all stores. MUavp Ua WMlt Systaam. W I have tiiis day leased the property the Moving Picture Show, formerly under Peyton control Scott, and will sume at once, and take entire control a Farm Wanted ge Paul Lewis, in answer to his farm advertisement in The Breck-enridNews, had a letter from S. V. Edmiston, 1006 Gamp street, X La., who wants a 200 acre farm. 5 This farm for sale near Guston may please him, or it may be just what you want. It is as follows: further notice. Jan. the property until COUPONS EDMONDSONl Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Cloverport, : : Kentucky g, For Sale! My Farm located on the headwaters of Clover Greek, nearly mile from the town of f McQuudy, and contains 00 acres, of which about 25 acres is in timber. A new dwelling-housof 4 rooms; fencinj in good repair; 12 acres of clover. Any parties wishing to buy one-halo t, Farm containing 160 acres, 2 miles East of Guston, Ky.; 100 acres of it cleared, balance in timber. One Bargain at $2,500. small house. One-ha- lf cash, balance to suit purFor further particulars chaser. write to 1- -2 O. C. RICHARDSON, TULLAHOMA, TENN. call on ot Henry Shrewsbury, McQuady, Kentucky. Il( Where to Dine Well amid pleasant surroundings where service and well cooked food with moderate Fordsville Begins Jan. II. Normal Closes May School 20, 1915 Special Address at Baptist Church. II. S. Botisib, of Indianapolis, will at the Ilaptist church l'riday night on war against the saloon. Ser vices will be held at the church this afternoon, continuing through the week. speak COURSE State Certificate County Certificate $4.00 $3.00 prices prevail Luncheon or Dinner Music A- T- Offal LAXA-TIV- Can't look well, eat well, or feel well Keep the blood with Impure blood. pure with Burdock Blood Bitters. Eat simply, take exercise, keep clean, and good health is pretty sure to follow, tr.OO Pupils may enter at any time. Good board ut $2.00, from Monday to Friday. For whole-ti$3.00 to $3.25 per week. For particulars address ANDREW HARDINSBURQ, OR LARKIN GIBSON, Cloverport, Ky. DRISKELL, KENTUCKY KENTUCKY FORDSVILLE, a bottle. llcioc515j GENERAL CLEANUP SALE BEGINS MONDAY THE 18th, AND ENDS SATURDAY THE 30th, A Good This Is a Money Raising Sale. "Take Notice." Suit Pushes You Along. At a 0 Cloaks. Tremendous Hcdiiction. Wc will just mention a few to let you have an idea. Lot 1 Gray mixed Hulmacaun Cloak, val $12.50, close at ....$7.50 Lot 2 Ladies' black Broad Cloth Cloaks, plush collar and fiCO cuirs Lot 3 All Clocks that formerly sold for $10, you can have J?6.50 your choice for It will pay you to buy a Cloak and save it until next winter. Necessity forces us to make theo prices Como early. Clothing. $8.50 All Wool Blue Serge Suits, worth $12.50, at All sizes in Kcgular Slims, very rare value. Choice of any Suit in the house at $12.50 Some worth $20 and $22.50. Boys' $5 Suits, with two pairs of pants, at .$3.48 Men's Heavy Black Melton Cloth Overcoats, worth $12.50, S7.50 your last chance at Men's Brown mixed Overcoats, worth $10, at $5.00 11 Clotlios do not make thu m:in, hut they do it lot of pushum shoves you right up to the frontprovided, of course, it U the right hind of clothing. We have 11 stock cf Full unci Winter Suit." that will pull any 1111111 out of thu rut. Theie arc strenuous time-"- , and the man who lugs is soon lost in l ho other fellow'.- dust. "Your Brains and Our Suit Will Create the Dust" - Shoes. Last as long, look as good, and feel bettor than other Shoes of the Sumo price. L"t 1 Ladies' Star Brand Button Shoes, "Society Quality," formerly sold for $3.50, sizes 3's to 4's only, color black $1.98 and tans, button; a rare bargain at Lot 2 Ladies' Box Calf, laco Shoes, double solo, all sizes, 2J- to 8; this is a rare bargain, per pair, at $1.39 Lot 3 A Special Sale of Children's School Shoes. Dry Goods. 8c All 10c Outing Cloth, 27 inches wide 20c Union Suits in gray, size 2, 4, G, 8 jra. at Mines' 25c S.1111C as above, sizes 12, 14, 10 yrs. at 40, 42, 44, of the Ladies' Heavy Bleached Vests, sizes 30, 38, 40(3 Vollastic Brand, at. 19c sizes 32 and 34, at Uov's Sweater!, and Wool Goose Neck Sweaters, Way's brand ...$1.50 Men's Silk 39c Ladies' Heavy Knit Underskirts, in blue, white and black Same as above in all wool at 39c Ladies' Outing Gowns, very special 74c Good Heavy Indigo Shirting, very special Blankets and Comforts 75c, Cotton Blankets at $1.00 Cotton Blankets at $1.50 Cotton Blankets at 11-- 4 $2.00 Wool Nup Blankets at 11 4 S3. 00 Wool Nap Blankets at $5.00 All Wool Blunkets at $1.00 Good Heavy Comforts $1.25 Good Heavy Comforts, tilled with cotton $2.00 Silkaline Cotton White, Cotton Filed at 55c 75c Si. 10 $1.39 $2.10 $3.69 79c 95c $1.48 i Groceries. 2 pounds of Good Coffo 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar . at 1 Bars of Clean Easv Soap 6 Bars Fels Naptha Soap 0 Bars P. & G. Soap..... '. 25c $1.00 25c 25c 25c F. Alexander, Irvington, Ky. P. S. We have a New Line oi Spring Ginghams and Wall Paper. The Busy Store Nothing Charged In This Sale. bi Mr. and Mrs. Kn'ly ?I ttclivll relnrncd t Monday from Pordsvil'c Mr. Jeff Ilamb'cton. of Henderson, lias WEDNESDAY. JAN. VI. 1915 to spend the winter. jjoue to (.;.! n lit thu Post Ullli.-'- ;t Clovi rport. Ky Mrs. W. C. l'r.mk will entertain the as ci'oini flu.', matu-r- . Wednesday Club tomorrow afternoon. Wilbur Ilummaii, of Chicago, is the H'S PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Ktiet of his mouther, Mrs. M llaminan. ' ADVERTISING DY THE I' S Oreirorv. of Oucilshoro. is the Kiiest of his sister, Miss Drew C.renory Mr and Mrs Jas. llurke, of IJich- GENERAL OFFICES moud, have been the quests of relatives NEW YORK AND CHICAGO tc ioi 51 3hs Breckenridge News. I . AHCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RUt 1 tOR POLITICAL . ANNOUNCliMCMS 2.1)0 .nici nnrt city Offices 5.00 Offices f 16.00 i ite nl Distiict Offices ' Ms, per Hue 10 F 10 Oirdit, per line V: Publications iu tbe Inter- o' individuals or expresfeiira f individual Id views per line r 1 .11.lv 1 Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective December Nn, 111 will lii'iu- 14, 1914. 12:111 No 117 Arilvinir will l,..ulsvlu.. t'lowrport i CliiviTiHirt !I:I.A. M. ArrlvlHKOwi-iiNlmri- Arriving IIciiiIitmiii No. Ill will li'avei:iott ti(TH:.VJii. m.lii-H.i- nl of !:.')" a liiTftiifori'; It will moo leavf i in. liiite.Ml of 11:01. Ir vluuuitl T (KM A. J . .:.V.IA. Jl. 'J:0O A. M. I'. Jl. iiis home in the country, near this city, for the last three months, was in town Saturday. Mrs John D liabbage wi entertain the Woman's Mission Study Class FriGuests are expected day afternoon. promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Stop that cold before other serijus lung trouble! set iu. You can do this by using Grccnwell it Wellington's Trice 35 cents Herb Cold Cure 1) II. Severs was happy to be home last week from Holland, Ky., Mrs. A. 1!. Skilluian entertains the as it was the first Christmas in thirty- Ladies' Heading Club Tlmrsduy after- eight years that he was aw y from iiis noon. fnmilv. A. A I.alleist, of Jeffersouvi le, hid , Hives, tczema, itch or salt rheum is the Kiiest of his cousin, Mrs Kliabcth ets jou crnzy. Can't brar tile toucli Keith. iJjan's Ointment is of your clothing. Mrs. Cornelia Miller, of I lardinsburn, fine for skiu itching All druggists sell is visiting her danhUr, Mrs Harney it. ."0c a box Sfjuires have Mr. ami Mrs. W. H. llowmer Masonic Notice. gone to St. Petersburg, l'la., to spend Ilreckenridge Lodge P. As A M , No. winter. the 67, will meet lit Hardinsburg Monday Mrs Godfrey Ilaswell is in Stephens January 18, for work in the Third port visiting her mother, Mrs (,eo. night, Degree. McCulibius. Mr. I.euuder Haynes, of llhiif City, How To aivo Quinine To Children. name elven to an was the Sliest of Mr, and Mrs, Prank I'HIIKIMNKlatlie Iniprmeil Quinine. It Ua Talelefcs Syrup. plcns. c.lt to take am! does not dlitmb the stomach. l'raie recently. Children take it an.l never knotr it is Qulnin', Dr. Jesse ltaiicumu and Mrs ISaucuniti Alio cptclallj- - nlntled to adults who raiin t take nauseate u'tv have returned home from a visit to his caiifteordinary Quinine. Does notthe head. Try ucr'otisneiH norrinulnir In it the next time you uetd Quinine lor any purpeople iu New Castle. pose. Alc lor original packace. The Mr. ami Mrs Prank Dowel!, of Louis-vill- name 1'UDKlU.Ni; U tluwu iu bottle. 25 cents. were quests of Mr and Mrs. Ilovi ous lichen last Sunday Death Angel Visits la-.1 n I trnilc-nme, Wife of Col J D Powers Suc- ! ardent swain 13 the various drinks served at soda fountains to which ho conducts "her" after a tour of the Many of theso soft drinks movies. Mrs. Clara Ilawes Powers, wife of Col contain eggs. Now many heartless J. D Powers, died in Louisvi le Sunday and soulless owners of soft drink esnight at their home at I338 South Sixth tablishments have placed signs like street. Slie was 66 years old. Mr. and theso above the soda fountains: "All Mrs l'owers would have celebrated their egg drinks, flvo cents extra." Tho only remedy left is for tho golden wedding anniversary next Ocyoung man to talk his companion tober. into desiring a drink not The remains were brought to Hawes- eggs. Indianapolis News. containing ville yesterday for interment Sor::, uifccr nencdes Wcn't Cure The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, arc .cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. l'ortcr's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves l'ain and licals at the same time. S5c, COc, (LOO. Cures O'.i cumbs to Uraemic Poisoning Burial at Hawesville Tho strike of the hens which has resulted In egg prices being boosted to 40 cents a dozen and even higher, has also contributed to tho high prlco At of courting in many cities. As Is well known, ono of the chief allies of tha What, for Instance? TRIPLE WEDDING St. Mary's In the Woods ay---Ceremony Yesterd- Solemn- ized By Father Kune. A triple wedding took place at the church, St Mary's in the woods, yesterday. The ceremony was so'enini.ed by Pnther Kune. The couples married werd: Joe L Mattingly and Miss Myrtie lieavin, William II . Payne and Miss Ollie Mattingly, Herbert Payne and Miss llessie O'Connell. dj Invigorating to tho Pale and Sickly Try a Want Ad Today. The Old Standard rrencral strengthening tonic, GROVU'S TASTKUiSS chill TONIC, drives out A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c n On December 28. I9I4, the deatli Miss Mollie llarr, of Prymire left last Priday for Louisville to be the guest of angel entered the home of Carrease About People Who Live In Cloverport, Knott, and took from him his dear comtier .sister, Miss Lena llarr. Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In panion. She had been iu bad health and In States of Kinj;swood, Kev. J W. Uncles, Other Towns and Cities for a long time, but had been able to atwas the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. C. tend to her household duties until SunThat are Far Away. Society Notes In I Crutclier at Webster Sunday. day morning. She was unable to arise ych Miss puuicc Jennings has returned to and gradually grew worse until Monday Owcnsboro, after a visit to her parents, at one forty p, 111., she fell asleep to Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. wake on earth no more. She lraves a C. V. Dean, of (ilcn Dean, lias re Mr. W. J. Klliott, who has been ill at husband and one little boy. from Louisville lumed giouiicu i n I ui uy i u ji iu Mr. Geo Wheeler, of Amnions, is iu Louisville spending the winter with his brother, (). M. Wheeler. Home of Mr. Knott. Problem of tne Debutante. At this tlina of the year many parents are making urrnngeincnts to introduce their UsuehtcrB In society. The Ions and costly period of incubation Is ended, says the Philadelphia Ledger. The girl has returned from a rashionablo "finishing school" or from a tour abroad, und she Is now ready albeit with trepidation to cross tho threshold Into the sclntillat-luballroom and beyond that Into a world of plcasuro and of pain, of singular follies and sad sincerities, of false friends and truo counselors. But what of tho immediate procoss of Initiation? la tho present exhausting ordeal, from tho autumnal housowarmlng to the sackcloth of Ienton penitence, anything moro than a nervo racking, sleep destroying charivari of vulgar ostentation and a hectic, frantic flurry to keep pacdwith the procession? What useful ond is subserved by this mad rout of overlapping gayetles that burns tho candle at both ends and reduces a maiden, who sho'uld bo buoyant and radiant and beautiful In spirit and In health, to a shadow blase, anemic and lethargic of her former charming self? g The Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Is open day and night to receive tobacco. Daily Sales. We also have the largest and best, lighted house in Owensboro. We have sold 561,000 pounds on one sale, aud have sold more Pryor Tobacco than any other house in town, and more Burley Tobacco also. We sold 43l,olo pounds in one 'day at an average of I7. 74. We have the record for Pryor Tobacco, $15.20; and for Hurley, $l7,oo, and for Hurley Trash, $11. 00. We carry insurance on Tobacco to protect the owner. Howe Automatic Scales LANCASTER LOOSE LEAF. TOBACCO Incorporated, GO,, Third and Triplet Streets OWENSBORO, :- -: KENTUCKY Lex's Cold I Tablets will Cure in i KODAK Irvington Pharmacy THE DRUG STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Lex's Cold Tablets will Cure That Cold in One Night That Cold Throughout the Year of 1915 the Paramount Quality of our Drugs and Medicines Shall Always be Maintained. One Night Remember that all seasons are Kodak seasons, and that 'pictures of winter as days well as summer scenes will, in after years, recall the by-go- ne Uflkff 1