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The Breckenridge news: December 8, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915120801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 8, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. ' VOL. XL LOTS OF NEWS $ CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1915. ' - 8 PaRcs No. 23 HOME WEDDING. STANLEY TAKES PLEDGE AND BARS FROMJP for Christmas, PERSONAL x'. Uenm, of STAR 'l firs. Anna Drown Mr. Robert linrdstown, and ; LIQUOR FROM EXECUTIVE MANSION Bloom Greenwell Dies in St. Louis Many Home Comers PARAGRAPHS. Miss Cora Bennett, who has been making her home In Palestine, III., for several years, has arrived to spend the winter with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Bennett. O. D. Lawson visited at Hawesvllle recently. Misses Mamie and Lillian Cart en tertalned a number of friends at a musical recently. They have a beautiful, new piano. Mrs. William Milner is staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson, during her sister's absence. Mrs. Jno. Shellman spent last week the guest 6f her niece, Mrs. M. S. Jolly.Mrs. E. W. - Louisville, Ivy., Dec. 0. Governor-elec- t A. O. Stanley 1ms niiule a public pledge that durinp: his term of ollicc as Chief Kxecutive of The marriage of Mrs. Anna Brown Kentucky he will bo a total abstainer from the use of alcoholic stim Dentil, of Bardstown, and Mr. Robert ulanttf, himself, and will bar all such liquora from the Governor's Jefferson Hall was solemnized quietly nt the Mansion at Frankfort. Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock This announcement was made at the Warren Memorial church in home of the bride's father in linrdstown. The Rev. Dr. J. C. Clo'tfelter performed Louisville yesterday afternoon by Dr. Aquilla Webb, pastor. The the ceremony in the presence of the two occasion was the mass meeting under tlio auspices of the International Immediate families mid n few close Peace Forum. About (500 men and women were present. friends. In opening the nieelinj; Dr. Webb announced that ho had been The only attendant was the niece of the bride, Miss Anna Ileam McUlroy, authorized by Mr. Stanley to make an important announcement to who was the ringbcarcr. tho meeting. Tnis announcement, the minister continued, would be The bride entered with the groom and one of interest to all thb people of Kentucky. wore a wedding gown of white Venetian ''Mr. Stanley hus authorized 111c to tell you," Dr. Webb said, lace over white and carried an arm bou "that while he is Governor of Kentucky not one drop of intoxicating quet of orchids. 1'rior to the ceremony Miss Mary Mayes, nccoinpanied by Mrs. liquor shall bo admitted to the Executive Mansion, nor served at 11:13' Frank Fulton on the piano, sang several dinner given by the Governor, and that he, himself, will bo a total selections. abstainer durum his term of ollice." Mr. and Mrs Hall left for Chicago and The people of Kentucky, Dr. Webb said in concluding his anNew York for a ten days' stay, and upon their retttnt to Louisville will go to nouncement, have reason to congratulate themselves on tho stand The auriienco received tho anhousekeeping in the Brighton Apart- taken by the Incoming Executive. I'l Jefferson Ball, Married urday Afternoon. -7Z Jrj Pi 7 Sat- ?2W THE OLD RELIABLE y7 Royal BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum SPLENDID GRAND OPERA EVEN! FOR LOUISVILLE ment in Kensington court. nouncement with hearty applause. Among the guests from Louisville Ind., returned after were; Mr and Mrs. C. M. Wiseman, Cattle and Hog Market Lower. Logansport, Mr. Carl Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. T. visiting her father, J. W. Hall. The unusually large runs anil the Scott Mayes, Miss Mary Mayes, Messrs, Mrs. Herschel Smith, of Logansport, heavy receipts at the Ilourbon Stock Sherman Hall and J. R. Mayes. Russell Hall, Lexington, and L B. Yards Monday brought the prices of catHall, Chenault, have been recent visittle down from the high level of last Mr. Weatherholt at Rome. ors to their father J. W. Hall. week 25c to 50c, and the best steers R. H. Bassett is out, after having Wood Weatherholt, of Tobinsport, brought but $7 75, the top price being been confined to his room with a severe went to Rome Friday to attend quarterly registered for a lot of seven head of cold. This prime kinds, weighing 1,380 pounds. meeting of the Methodist church. A heavy run of hogs, with a most unGeo. E. Shellman was a recent vis- was his first trip there in twenty-fiv- e itor of Miss Martha J. Haynes. years. Superintendent J. M. Walker, usually large supply of pigs, forced the Traveling men have been numerous of New Albany, presided at the meeting. local hog market off Is cents on tops Mr. Weatherholt was extended a cordial roughs, 35 cents on lights and 50 cents in our vicinity. country The body of Bloom Greenwell, who invitation by a Cloverport Methodist to on pigs. Markets all over the of the swine. died at his home in St. Louis, Mo., come and bring his friends to this city to reported heavy supplies sellpassed through here Thursday, en attend the Christmas services here, Sun Prices were 5c to 25c lower. Tops ing for $6.60. day, December 19. for to Welch, of Long Cliff, DAMAGE Court Holds VERDICT REVERSED route St. Theresa interment. near Rhodella, K., and was the ldest son of Mf. and Mrs. Martin Greenwell, and nephew of Bloom Parr. A. G. Haynes has his bouse almost ready for occupancy. Amy Kroush and her mother are spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr, near Frymlre. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cart, of Louisville, are making an extended visit to their parents near town. Mesdames Sarah Baysmger and Jno. Bennett, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Hannah Bennett. G. D. Lawson is completing his delivery of lumber, for which he was un der contract. J. B. Severs has completed his carpentry on the residence of W. E. Shellman. Sanford Brashear. of Frymlre, spent the week end with R. H. Bassett. Mrs. Geo. E. Schrelber, who was operated upon at Orange Memorial Infirmary, Orange, New Jersey, on last Wednesday, Is reported to have successfully passed through the operation, and news received by her family is encouraging. Dr. Milner, who assist ed with the operation, will remain Sorry to hear ot the Illness of Mrs. with Mrs. Schrelber until her recovery Mary Adkisson, of Lodiburg. In California. is indicated or assured. Dear Mr. Babbage: I. am in CaliforMrs. L. L. Mitchell left last week for nia, far from home I left Kentucky Mr Frank Ruppert and J. R. Jollv, of her home at Nazareth, where September 13, I915, a child of God and I McQuady, went to Owensboro Friday. Mitchell Is engaged in farming. still remain His child. I do not find the West like old Kentucky and Ureckeuridge county, but I don't intend to stay in California all my life. I have many friends at Webster, Ky., and I think they miss me in the church there anyway, for I was n regular The Drug Store Saves You Honey! member when I lived there. Please send me the Ureckeuridge ' ' He was a native of this county, born Henry was struck and Injured by the cable attached to a plow used In dumping dirt cars. He failed to allege In his pleading that his senses of taste and smell were impaired by the Injury, but was allowed to testify to that fact, and the court of appeals held that, as the impairment of these senses Is a rerlous defect, tho evidence of It might have enhanced the Attended the Inauguration. L. B. Bailey, of Glen Dean, was here verdict, and for error In permitting Wednesday. this testimony to go to the Jury the C. V. Robertson, S. H. Monarch, Frank DeHaven, Hardinsburg, V. H. case was reversed with leave for petition and Beauchamp, Mystic, B. C. Stallman, Henry to amend his R VYMOND evidence competent. Chenault, J. S. Gregory, H. S. Patterson, make the R W. Brown, Lewisport, J. D. Kelly, COAL MINE Mrs. Taylor Compton spent several Ab Bruner, Hawesville, left Monday PANIC IN EASTERN days last w:ek visiting Mrs. Amos Mat night to attend the inauguration of A. Thirty Men Caught In Boomer, W. Va. tingly, Payneville. O. Stanley. Shaft. Harlan Cashman is at home from Charleston, W. Va. (Special): K Illinois. blow-ou- t shot In tho mine of tho Royally Entertained. Henry Belcher, of Wolf Creek, atBoomer Coal and Coke company, at ' Irvington, Ky., Dec. 7 (Special.) Boomer, set Are to the mine and tended, the sale near hero last Saturday, Henry Rev R E. Reeves and Mrs. Reeves had caused a panic among the miners, and visited his brother-in-lafor their evening guests from 6 to lo p. mostly Italians, employed In one of Fruehwald. m , December 2, the following persons: tho main tunnels. Cashman has the new addition Henry to Mr and Mrs Lounie Dowell, Mr. and I All the men, except twenty-fivto his house about completed. Mrs. S. C. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. S. It. thirty, employed at the extreme rear Rule Black and Mertls Severs, of Payne, Dr. S P. Parks and Mrs Parks, end of the No. 2 mine, ran out through Union Stur, attendee the B. Y. P. U. Wilbur Parks and Miss Susie Bandy. A tho smoke. It ts said there Is an exit meeting Sunday afternoon and called very pleasant evening was spent. So- near whore the men aro Imprisoned. Several dead mules were found near on the Misses Basham. cial, friendship and good will was in tho mouth of No. 2 tunnel. The sale of Roscoe Norton, deceased, order from the first to the last by all An exploring party entered tho drift. was well attended last Saturday, and The needs of the church was given part More than 225 men were at work when good price. things brought a of our time and discussed freely. A de- the explosion occurred. Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes pur- lightful lunch was served, also the musiBanker Secretly Married. chased a nice line of goods while in cal program was very mu:h appreciated Covington, Ky. (Special): Ernest Louisville last week. Call and see them. by the guests, and if we are not invited years old, a bankGeorge, thirty-fou- r Pole Chappell will move Into Roscoe back perhaps we may extend ourselves er of Boston, Mass., and Madeline nu invitation some time in the future. Hendry's tenant house. ! e I Beneficiary of $13,250 Went Too Far. Frankfort, Ky. (Special): A verdict V. K. Henry, a of $13,250 given hrakeman, In tho nourboii circuit court against the Louisville & Nashville was reversod by tho court of appeals In an opinion by Judso Tumor. What will unquestionably constitute the most Interesting and important musical event of tha season in Louisville will occur during the week of December IHth, at Macauleys Theatre, when the Kosalr Temple (Shriners) of that city will bring there, for u repertoire of eight great operas, the famous San Carlo Grand Opera Company numbering one hundred and twenty members. Some twenty of the world's foremost opera stars will be heard, together with a superb singing chorus and a complete grand opera orchestra. The performances, all different and sung by three separate and distinct casts, will be staged upon a scale of metropolitan excellence, and directed by two maes tros, the Chevalier Fulgenzlo Goerri-er- i, of Italy, and Signor Giuseppe former director of the Melba Grand Opera Company. Among the new stars of the company to be heard during the Louisville opera festival are Senor Manuel Sal azar, the premier tenor of Spain, now world-famo- making his initial visit to tho United States. His debut at Boston won him a great ovation, Mme. Sophie Charle-boi- s, the American lyric soprano, for the past live years In Italy, will come. Mme. Stella DeMette, new French mezzo, Is another, and patrons of the operas will hear one of the most distinguished bassos, Signor Pletro former star of the original Bos ton Opera The Kosair Temple will unquestionably make of the opera event the society and musical event of the season, and have arranged with the San Carlo nanagers for the following attractive repertoire: Monday, December 13: opera Verdi's spectacular Aida; Tuesday; Klgoletto; Wednesday Mat.: Faust;, (complete in 5 acts); Evening: Lucia; Thursday: Double Bill Cav-alleria Kustlcana and Pagliacci, (with two separate castB); Friday: Saturday La Traviata, (Camllle); Mat.: Tales of Hoffman; Evening: II Trovatore. A scale of popular prices has been arranged for the engagement. Gol. Applegate, of Owensboro, Pleasant Meeting in California Homes. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer had the pleasure of seeing several former Cloverport people during their visit to California. At Los Angles they met those at the home of Mrs. 13. H. Ueidel, at 622, West 35 Street, Mr. John Vest and his mother, Mrs. Nannie Vest, at 2255 W. 24th Street. They visited their nephews and nelces, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campell, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bowmor. In Dallas, Texas, they were the guests of Mrs. Bowiner's brother, Mr. William Ster-re- tt and Mrs. Sterrett. The former ICentuckinns all expressed a deep Interest in their old home and many of their friends in Cloverport were glad to receive kind messages from them. Returns From the East. Irvington Pharmacy That Remember We Stand Between You and High Prices Rex "Violet" Cream Now For Chapped Hands, Face and Lips News to Bonita, California. Yours truly, H. 1'.. HULTZ, Bonita, Cal. VON M0LTKE DENIES RUMORS Danish Portion of Schleswlg-HolstelNot to Be Restored. London, Nov. 20. A Central News dispatch from Copenhagen states that tho Royal Prussian president of Schleswlg-Holsteln, Herr von Moltko. Issued an official statement to the effect that tho prevalent rumors that the Danish portion of Schleswlg-Holstelwill be n DON'T TAKE CHANCES cold starts it's A little cough is a dangerous thin";. When hard to toll whoro it will end. To check it uso 11 Stuart's Lung Balsam then you will be safe, sure and satislicd. Lex's Cold Tablets Will Cure That Cold in One Night. There are no game laws for those who hunt with a restored to Denmark after the war are unfounded. Herr von Moltko declares that the report Is being spread by persons banking upon tho victory ot tho allies, and Is sufficient to point to tho present position of tho military operations. Ho regards the attitude of tho Imperial government toward Denmark to be that It will bo unjust to tho dignity and political foresight of Denmark to suppose It would permit Itself to bo led from neutrality by hopo of reward promised from outside. Let the children hunt with KODAK 11 kodak, It will keep the record of youthful interest. every We do the printing and developing for you C. J. Carnegie, Irvington, sold his fine pointer dog last week to Graham Brown, Sltelbyville, Ky., for Mr Brown Shooting Proves Fatal. Mr. Taylor Dead. wired the cash nud the dog went by exWhitesburg. Ky. (Special): Policepress Saturday. This is one ot the finest man Ed Hoggs, 0110 of the first mon Mr. and Mrs. 1). G. llrite were at to fall In tho riot In tho Dunham secto attend the funeral of dogs in the comity and comes from the week tion of tho Jenkins coal fields, In Macco last Kendall stock at Webster. which four others were wounded, died Geo. 15. Taylor, who died Monday, November 30. Mr. Taylor was a" brother-i- n In Jenkins hospltnl. Policeman John Jerome Whorley Dead. law of Mrs, llrite. He was 59 years Boggs of Hazard, has a chanco to Jerome Whorley, died of acompllc.l-tio- n according to physicians, but old and n prominent, well to do citizen of dlseasos at 0 o'clock Tuesday He leaves a It is believed Jack Hownrd will die. nud farmer of that section. morning, November 30, at his home In wife, two sous and a little daughter. Eastland. Mr, Whorley was 00 years, Corrected. Curtis Ryan went to LouNvllle Thurs- 8 months and 22 days old and Is surSuitor I cniuiot live without your vived by thirteen children. yes you day to return home with his daughter. Old lUclilelgli-O- h, The Interment was in the Johnson can. Work never killed imyimuy yet. Frank Samlets, who was operated on burying ground on the pike. Ttoston Truierlnt. at St. Joseph's Infirmary. son-in-la- Hon. Cary L. Applegate, of Owensboro, chairman of Board of Grand Trustees of Elks, was a passenger on the Henderson Route Friday returning from Baltimore, where he nrranged for the Grand Lodge lilks' meeting in 1916. While Iiast he was pleasantly entertained by several friends formerly of Owensboro. He takes delight in telling Mr. Babbage a hunting story of Singleton Sweeny's experience in Virginia. He said Mr. Sweeny made extensive preparations for a hunting trip and spared no expense in getting ready for the sport After traveling many miles Koysor, twenty-six- , of I.os Angeles, Mr. Sweeny looked in his automobile were secretly married here. The he had left his gun hrldpcrroom Is a Harvnrd craduate and discovered that home. and a member of tho Harvard Club at Col. Applegate was accompanied by of New York, and the Union Boat Is prominent In his daughter, Mrs. Clark Applegate, of Club ot Boston. He New York, who will visit at his home in banking circles. Owensboro, until Mr, Applegate returns from n (rip to Cuba, Power Plant Expands. Whltesburg. Ky. (Special): Tho Kentucky niver Power company, Brown's Restaurant Closed. building a largo central power staS. J. Brown, proprietor of Brown's tion at Glowmawr, Immediately nliovo Hazard, has Increased Its capital from Sanitary Restaurant, made an assign$150,000 to $200,000. It Is tho pur- - ment Saturday for the benefit of his pose of tho company to supply all tho creditors His exact liabilities are not anjacent mining plants, rransmis-- known at this time, but they will amount slon lines aro being built connecting to several hundred dollars, due out of with them. His assets consists of town creditors. the stock of goods and fixtures now in Woman Loses Car Suit. the building just c'osed. Louisville. Ky. (Special): A Jury The Ureckeuridge News regrets to In Judge Gordon's court returned a failure, as he had verdict In favor of the Louisville hear of Mr. Brown's Railway company In a caso In which the most up to date restaurant in the Louise 11. Allen sought to recover city, and was very popular among his , $5,000 damages. The plaintiff alleged patrons. The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. sho fell through a dofoctlvo step on a street car In alighting at Preston was named as the assignee, with V. G. street and Broadway July 15 last. Babbage acting as the local attorney. 1 Death Claims Infant. On December I death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uallman and claimed as his reward "the light of the household, the yrungest there' little Clara Cecilia, aged five months ' and one day. Baby, like an early flower, Drooped, and lost Its bright, sweet bloom, Passed away in childhood's hour To the cold and silent tomb. There we laid her little body, But her spirit goue to God Bright and pure, unspotted, holy, Singing praises to her God. When we gather 'round the hearthstone As the shades of evening fall, How we mis the little darllngl Who has gone beyond recall. Sells Fine Pointer Dog. 1 ALLIES WORRIED OVER THE BELAY ECHOES FROM o EVERYWHERE. Observations of United States wcathor bureaus tnken nt 8 p. m. . yesterday follow: Temp. Weather. T 7 28 Now York Clear. Cloudy. 31 floston Cloudy. Indianapolis... .XI Chicago SO . Clear. Denver 32 Clear. 12 St. Louis Clear. Omaha 28 Pt. cloudy. New Orleans. . C2 Clear. Washington... 32, Cloudy. Cloudy. San Francisco. CO Forecast Cloudy. WEATHER noi JheOld Reliable Jewelry Stand For 25 Years at Hardinsburg, Ky. Cannclton Greece Withholding Definite ply to Latest Note. Re- Happenings Always Interest Our Readers. After rending of so many people In our tpwn who have been cured by Doan's Kidney l'llls, the question naturally arises: "Is this medicine equally successful in our neighboring towns?" The generous statement of this Cannclton resident leaves no room for doubt on this oint. Mrs. Lotus Hoover, Eighth street, Cannclton, Ind., says: "My kidneys were disordered for n long time, before I knew exactly what was the matter with me. My limbs were stiff nud sore and I often had sharp, shooting pains across the small of my back. I suffered a great deal from headaches and dizzy spells. I finally used Doan's Kidney Tills and after I bad finished three boxes, I was (Statement given entirely cured." March 15, 1910 ) Over two years later Mrs. Hoover said: "I gladly confirm the public statement I gave before in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. I always recommend this medi cine when I have the opportunity." Don't I'rice 50c, at .il dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Co , ii Hoover bad. Props , lluffalo, X. Y. Foster-Milbur- t t t J NEGOTIATIONS STILL DRAG ON Wishes to inform the public that he is now prepared with a assortment of the first-cla- ss 4 Attitude of Roumanla Also Remains Undecided Teutons and Bulgars Rounding Up Serb Detachments. Defeat of British In Mesopotamia a Disappointment to London Operations On Battle Fronts. London, Dec. C Late advices from tho near cant state that negotiations between Greece and the allied powers still drag on at Athens, new hitches seemingly arising as the old ones aro smoothed out. Tho people ot tho allied countries, particularly those of France and Italy, nrc becoming Impatient over tho continual delays, and the press Is demanding that stern action be taken to demonstrate to King Constantino and bis ministers tho determination of tho quadruple entente to secure the assurances demanded. New proposals aro paid to have been made by France and Great Britain in the hope of reaching an agreement. The attitude of Roumanla also remains undecided. Since tho dispatch announcing the closing of Roumanian ports to foreign trade was received, silence lias descended upon Bucharest, and Kurope Is awaiting anxiously tho next move, which will give a meaning to the order. Tho general belief here Is that the Roumanian government Is waiting for the concentration of a sufficient Russian force in Bessarabia and a large enough Anglo French army in southern Serbia to make victory certain before joining the allies. Meanwhile the and Bulgarians continue rounding up the few Serbian troops remaining In Serbia and also aro prosecuting with their usual energy the campaign against Montenegro. An official statement issued by tho French war ollico indicates that the allied troops in southern Serbia aro continuing to hold their own against of the Bulgarians sweepthe ing southward and to the southeast since the fall of Monastir. Unusual calm prevails on the various battle fronts, even the Italians apparently slackening their offensive, probably In preparation for the next which they hope will place Gorizla in their hands. Austro-Germans HELD FOR $28,000 FRAUD George Homer Boyd Arrested on Charge of Laporte, Ind. Bank. Chicago, Doc. search for Georgo Homer Boyd of Laporte, Ind., secretary of the Phoo Engineering and Construction company of Chicago, ended prosaically when detectives arrested him nt Ashland and Grace streets hero Just ns rumor was promising an exciting chaso to Honduras. Boyd was taken Into custody on complaint of Arthur A. Newton, vice president of the First Nat.'onal bank of Chicago, who charged that ho obtained a loan of $28,000 from tho bank A Latest Up-to-Da- te Jewelry HUNDREDS Big Ammunition KILLED by misrepresentations. The affairs of tho engineering company aro In litigation and Boyd has been sought for soveral days. "I was acting for tho company,'1 said Boyd. "My position In making tho loan was that of a messenger boy. I merely went at the Instructions of tho corporation, made tho statements I was told to present and secured the loan. The- entire amount was turned Into tho corporation coffers." - Plant In Halle, Germany, Blown Up. London. Dec. C. A scries of explosions destroyed tho big ammunition works In Halle, on the Seale, Prussian Saxony, killing several hundred persons. The cause of the disaster Is attributed In reports from Holding, Denmark, to a plot of discontented workmen, who are said to have blown up the munitions factory. It Is Indicated that the catastrophe Is tho worst of Its kind that has taken place In any of tho countries at war slnco the present conflict began. Christmas shoppers and lovers of home and pure jewelry that stands the test, at prices that are correct, can find no better place to please their selves or their loved ones. My stock is complete and you are requested to call and look over my assortment. I am always glad to see you come in. It is well understood, people look for things before they buy. Make yourself at home and ask all questions you desire and it will be a pleasure to give you any information. Every article is guaranteed whether you ask for it or not. Think of it, to purchase a piece of jewelry of an experienced jeweler, who has made a life's study and practice in the jewelry-makin- g and handling thereof, surely your chances of getting what you want, is better than taking your risk at the hands of an inexperienced man who you know must guess as well as you, at the value of the jewelry you are investing your money in. Come and see my stock and be convinced, of my ability to please. A Chemist's Discovery. B. A. Thomas, a retired chemist of Kentucky, like all Kentucklans, kept some fine horses. His neighbors noticed that his horses were slick and As Ever Your Old Home Jeweler shlnlne in the Spring before other horses began to shed. He told them of some powders that he fed his horses. He gave them some of it and now B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy is known all over Kentucky by horsemen and farmers, who take pride In horses or cows or sheep. We sell it on the Money Back basis. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky, T. C. LEWIS, HARDINSBURG, KY. MARKET QUOTATIONS Poisons In Tho check suffered by General Townsend In Mesopotamia Is a severe disappointment to the British public, which had looked upon this expedition as tho brightest spot thus far In the war. Nothing has been neard since ho from General Townsend where it is leached likely he will niako a stand, as tho position Is n very strong one. the Ibody causes rheumaRttalned Hamburg Line Officials Convicted. tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, New York, Dec. 3. In the United Number 10 For The blood poison. Blood expels poisons from the body and States district court here a verdict of In two Indictcures blood poison in its worst form. 'guilty as charged ments" was returned by the federal Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Jury which, since a week ago last Monday, has been hearing the testiREBELS SEIZE CRUISER mony of the government's charges made against tho Hamburg-AmericaOpen Fire On Two Other Chinese lino Itself, Dr. Karl Buenz, head Warships and Arsenal. of the line, and the other Hamburg-America- n Shanghai, Dec. C The crew o! the men. that they had conmutinied spired to defraud the United States Chinese cruiser Chao-Hand opened Are on two other warships before and after the war was declarand the arsenal. The lire was return- ed by falsely obtaining clearance paed, the engagement lasting for an pers for a fleet of supply ships sent hour. Several shots fell In the for- out by tho defendants to coal and proeign concession. Apparently tho out- vision German warships at sea. break has been confined to the Chao-Ho- . The Chinese authorities anNews Want Ads bring nounce that she will be shelled and sunk. results. n o Indianapolis, Dec. G. Cattle Steers, J5.509.50; heifers, $4.5008; cows, $4.3306.25; calves, $4 9.75; bulls, $4.506.25. Hobs Best heavies, $G.807; bulk llshts, $1 of sales, IG.6506.85; 5.50. V A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE--Get- s Repeat Orders Sheen Good to choice, $505.50; common to medium, $204.75; lambs. Chicago, Dec. 6. Hogs nulk, $6.2506.70; light $5.75 heavy, 06.70; mixed, $6.0306.90; $6.3006.90; rough, $6.3006.45; pigs, $405.70. Cattle Native steers, $6.50 010.53: western steers. $6.2 0 0 6.83; cows and heifers, $2.6308.23; calves, Sheep Steady; Iambs, $6.50010.50. $709.10. Cincinnati, Dec. 6. Steady; Active. Cattle Hoks calves, slow. Sheep Steady; lambs, 8 A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE Makes More and Better Loaves $508. I MB IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If nonrepresented by your grocer, write us LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky The VRtJLTtAtAtATIAr lAa JL steady. St. Louis, Dec. 6. Hogs Pigs and lights. $5.7506.70; mixed and butchers. $G.5O0G.8O; good Cattle Steady. heavy, $G.756.90. Sheep Steady. lluffalo, Dec. 6. Cattle Steady. Veals, $4011. Hogs Heavy, $G.806.90; mixed, $6.70 6.80; Yorkers, $5.8506.70; pigs, $5.60 stags, 5.75; roughs, $5.6005.75; $4.5005.25. Sheep and lambs, active and steady. Toledo, Dec. 6. sag Tieat $1.19; corn, C8c; oats, Farmers ; Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the si "Our Store" Headq uarters for Santa Claus Old and Young and Middle Age .Things to Please, B St St St St St St St Old Reliable Louisville House whore every hogshead of Tbiiceo is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER L. T. & DURRETT, 1 St Things to Suit Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. ISV&c. & at as St St Si St 3 40c and 50c Eggs. There never was a season when it was so si eees shouldn't they? St were hich. important to DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING St hen that lays has fills. a healthy toucuc EARLY. Our stock is lull and complete and se- $ not laylne are has whitish their or palate What's the mat What's the 1 ter toneue lected to suit everybody. Our Sine ol That's just what white? China and Cut Glass Novelties is the Best we Ever Had Things Useful, Beautiful and Cheap. We have a Line of Cups and Saucers, Baking Dishes. Cassaroles, Bed Boom Suits, Rocking Chairs. Cutlery, Carving Sets, Roasters. All Suitable and substantial n v; St St Si & St hens would lay when Why Some hens do. The Those and pink pale in the (.'Ills, look tongue a matter':1 Is with you when your Uiljoiu'r ails the hen. Start hor liver and see her net busy. U. A. Thomas Poultry I'owder is guaranteed to start her liver and to start thj eggs. For sale If your DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ftl?. MmWEwl0K Irtlogtoo, Ky. s nt Wedding's Drue Store, Cloverport, Ky. Quits Boy Scouts. Now York, Dec. G. Ernest Thompson Seton, writer, artist and lecturer scout of tho Hoy Scouts and of America, said that ho had severed Us relations with tho Iloy Scouts, ond henceforth would devote his blue 8ky and open-ai- r propaganda to tho Woodcraft leaguo, an organization Mhlcli Includes woodcraft girls In its membership as well as boys. St. Romuald's High School Incorporated St St St St Si fSi Hardinsburg, Kentucky Preparatory Commercial High School Courses Special advantages in Drawing and Water Colors. Excellent opportunities in Instrumental Music, Piano, Violin, and weekly lessons in Sisht Singing Commercial Courdo includes Palmer Method Ponmunship, Bookkeeping, Typewriting and Stenography. & Cjirts tor loung or Old. ;si jfi jgj & w. iB St Lots of Gifts on our 5c and 10c Counters Administrator's Notice. Besides a Full Line of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. Come and make Your Selections before the stock is picked over. St a 21 bi ? IRVINGTON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. Irvlngtoit, Kentucky fe A Full vMne of Toys All parties knowing themselves Indebted to the estate of Fred Claycomb, deceused, must come forward and settle at once or else I will be compelled to collect by a process of law. All persons b having claims against the (aid Card Thanks. La Grippe and Fever Cured. will present them 10 me properly We sincerely thank our neighbors for proven, as required by law, on or be"Your Mendenball's Chill & Fever their kindness to us during the Illness Tonic cured ray husband of LaGrlppe fore January 1, 1016 and death of our precious baby. and Fever after other remedies failed." II. A. AT UK, Administrator, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Ballman. LULA C. ROACH, Drlfton, Fla. a News Ad Today a News Sold by Wedding's Dru tyore. Ad. TERMS MODERATE Clay-com- Try Want Try Want FEDERAL SLEUTHS PROBING CHARGE Labor's Peace Council Financed By Why You Should Use Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy. Because it lias an cttablishrd reputation won by its good works. Hecnuso it is most esteemed by those who have used it fur many years, as occasion required, and arc best acquainted with Its good qualities. Because It loosens and relieves a cold and aids nature In restoring tho system to a healthy condition, Because it does not contain opium or any other narcotic. Because it Is in the roach of all. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable J. Leader Confer H. GALLINGER of With Senate Minority to the Preoldent. i 70 Years One Market St. Louisville, Kentucky Under Name German Agents? DISCLOSURES ABE ANTICIPATED The Christmas Store Books Make Enjoyable Gifts These at 50c Per Copy I'orter Garden of Lies Justice Mites Format! House of Happiness Kate Langley 55 Iloshcr Heart of the Hills John Fox, Jr. The Harvester Gf ne Stratton I'orter Hollow of Her Hand George ll.ur McCutchcoti The Iron Trail Rex lleach SBTlie Inside of the Cup Winston Churchill The Indifference of Juliet Grace Richmond The Iron Woman Margaret Dcland Joyce of the North Woods Harriet Comstock S5fhe Key to Yesterday Charles Nc-- 1 ville lluck The Knight of the Cumberlands John Fox, Jr. MS The Land of Long Ago F.liza Calvert - Reasons Actuating the United States In Its Demand For Recall of Cap. tains Boy-Eand Von Papen Not Likely to Be Made Public Arrest In San Francisco In Alleged Munitions Plot. d Washington, Doc. C Disclosures as to the relations between agents of tho German government and labor's national pcaco council, an organization which conducted an extensive propaganda Cor an embargo on munition, exports, are expected from an Investigation being carried on by tlio department of justice. It Is understood that tho department will lay before tho federal grand Jury at Now York intended to support a chargo that this organization was financed by German agents, and that Its propaganda was part and parcel of those movements which have had so many ramifications In the past several months. Samuel Gompcrs, president of tho American Federation of Labor, repudiated labor's peace council In tho samo of organized labor and some of its officers began to resign. Representative Buchanan himself finally retired from the presidency and little has been heard of it since. It is reported that subpoenaes already have been issued for C. M. a printer; William P. Kramer of the International Brotherhood of Blacksmiths, both of Chicago, and for two other officials of the organization. Agents of the government who have been most actlvo In securing tho evidence upon which was based" the demand for tho recall of the German military and naval attaches, respectively, Captain Boy-Eand Captain Von Papen, do not believe that tho reasons actuating the United States in this matter will ever be made pub-liIt is felt hero that their removal from this country by Germany will follow in a very short time, and that ro action will bo taken by Germany o e, d government nsents assert, has already been Informed of all tho facts cases, and no In tho attaches' further steps will bo taken In their behalf. Meanwhile officials of tho department of Justice aro busy preparing reports of evidence nnd documents gathered throughout tho country upon which will bo based demands for tho recall of many other German agents It Is confidently stated in America. and Von Papon will not that Boy-Ebo nlono In their departure. Tho" nrrest In San Francisco o' Baron Von Brlckcn, who claims, to be connected with the office of tho German consul general there, Is regarded hero as ono of tho most important mado in several weeks. Tho baron, according to the information hero, was a prominent figuro in the plans of C. C. Crowley, arrested in tho samo city, charged with plots against munition factories. More ar. rests are to be mado in tho Crowley case and Important developments are looked for when nil the witnesses the government is seeking reach San Francisco and give their testimony. d to havo the nctual charg'cs ngalnst tho diplomatic officials mado known. Tho German government, so these Gene Stratton I'orter Hall l'reckles Oenc Stratton i'orter Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come Girl of the I.ltnberlost Gene Stratton John Fox, Jr. Laddie ! Photo by American Press Association. WEEKLY WAR REVIEW The fall of Monastlr in southern Serbia was an event of the week ending Dec. 5. German, Austrian and Bulgarian officers entered tno city ond raised the flags of their respective nations. Tho principal tank of tho Teutonic troops at present scema to bo the rounding up of isolated units of tho defeated Serbian nrmy, Berlin reporting the capture of several thousands of Serbian 3oldicrs as tho result of mountain fights. Detachments of tho main Serbian army that escaped into Montenegro "nave joined tho Montenegrin forces that are now roslstlng the Austrian ndvanco into that country. It is expected that the Bulgarians, who announced the completion of their operations against Serbia, will noxl turn their attention to troops in southern tho Serbia. British troops under General Town-senwhich havo been operating In Mesopotamia, with the city of Bagdad as their objective, aro now in full retreat after their defeat at Ctcslphon. They aro falling back upon SO miles southeast of Ctcslphon, closely pursued by tho Turks, who greatly outnumber tho Invaders. Tho British will await reinforcements at Allied warships continued the bombardment of Turkish positions in the Constantinople but Dardanelles, claims nothing of advantage was gained by these attacks. Tho Austrlans and Italians in tho Gorizlo district continued their desperate fighting. Atlllery duels featured the week on the western front. On the eastern front nothing of moment was reported by the belligerents. Requisition of the steamers Hocking and Genesso of tho American Transatlantic company by the British government moved Secretary of State Lansing to send a note to London demanding an explanation. It is oxpect cd a protest will bo sent to England, but Secretary Lansing wants to know before determining its form tho grounds upon which Great Britain expects to Justify its action. Anglo-French T. 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With more than a scoro ot members of tho Democratic national committee In town for tho meeting tomorrow, nnd with the vanmiard of the Republican national committee, which will meet a week later, already on tho ground, it has developed that the leaders ot both parties have dismissed from consideration all cities applying for the big quadrennial shows except nucago and St. Louis. Indications aro that St. Louis will be awarded the Democratic convention and that the Republican convention will go to Chicago. St. Louis and Chicago boomers are here in force, each nartv armed with a check for $200,000, which provides for a bid of $100,000 for each convention. Tnore seems to be an understanding that if Is awarded the Democratic Rt convention it will withdraw from tho race for the Republican affair; Chicago to do likewise if it Is the successful bidder before tho Democratic national commlttco. The Democratic convention will meet tho middle of June. There to be a strong sentiment favorable to the selection ot a date about June 15. William F. McCoombs will national chairman. bo Storeroom in the west end ot the Crawford huilding, with 90 feet glass front, and will carry a full line of H PS Hardware, Furniture and Undertaker's Stock. Come and see my New Store fV. if 1 and new stock of goods. Clean new stock, at prices that will suit you. .8 perl m We feel that our past experience in the tobacco business will enable us to sell your M tobacco to the best advantage. By careful jj stripping, farmers can add much to the value of their tobacco. i i Rome, Dec. C. The Italian parliament gavo a vote of confidence to tho Italian Government Sustained. Salandra ministry, tho vote standing 405 in favor of the government to 48 against It. The dissenting votes were cast by tho Socialists, including a Glolltti, who tias of been opposed to tho war with Austria from tho first. son-in-la- C. A. TINIUS Stephen sport, xxxxoxxxxxx: ville Friday. O. L3 : : : Kentucky, p 4t We solicit your patronage Glen Dean Loose Leaf Tobacco Co. i Turks Pursuing British. Constantinople. Dec. C Tho TurkCHENAULT ish war ofllco announced that the pursuit of the British force which was Mrs. C L. Warren, who lus been defeated at Ctesiphon while trying to reach Bagdad continues, and that the sick for five weeks, is improving British aro retreating in disorder. It Mis Kutir Tobln is visiting her aunt, also tells of the capture of a tugboat Mrs. W. W. Ford, at Elizabethtown. utid a provision and munition ship L. II. bosley returned from Louis oa the Ticres. the quests for dinner were: Dr. D. S J. Kaufman, of Louisville, spent a Sphlre, Mr. and Mrs, J, li. Warren and few days with his uncles, C. L. and J. family, Mr. aud Mrs. C. L. Manning 11. Warren. and sou, Misses Susie and Eva Warren, C. L. Manuini; went to Louisville Richard Stallmau and daughter. The ball, which was at the Chenault Wednesday with stock. Thauksuiving was celebrated at the ECliool house last Friday nlghl, was enhome of Mrs Mary Stallnian and among joyed by all who attended. Irifc BttECKbNKUKib J.NU. U. -- NfcWS, AUSTRIA GIVES i I NEGRO IS Victim HANGED BY MOB muyAOt, iua uvcry Editor ami I'ubliitict i cdneadiij . DECEMBER ANCONA REPORT 8, 1915 Assumes CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, Responsibility Ship's Loss, For EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for cncli additional NEW ISSUE RAISED WITH U.S. insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. Government May Protest Ship Was OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money Destroyed Before All Her Passengers and Crew Had Left Her Dein advance. clares Liner Fled. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please Washington, Nov. ir.. Tho Italian notify us. CHRISTMAS GIVING. The holiday season is , men nnd women nrc racking their brains to decide what to give those who have happy expectations. It would seem ns if after many years of experience the repeated Christmas season would find this problem easier of solution, but the fact is, it becomes more diilicult overv vear. Some how or other we do not seem to have the siiiio boys and girls that we used to have. Youth has gone out of fashion, nnd the voung children jump from babyhood into womanhood and manhood. Children in our mothers' days rejoiced with the possession of a few things at Christmas time nnd derived no end of fun from their few presents: but it is not so with the modern youths who nre never satisfied with a small number of gifts but clamor for more. These Christmas remcmbrancc bring as much happiness to those who give them as it does to tho.-- e who receive them. It isn't what you give and the amount of the gift that brings happiness to you and others, but the way you give'it and the way it is received. People should give gifts that are within the means of the giver and within the capacity of the receiver to enjoy. The blessedness of giving is more apparent in the simple than in the elaborate gift. So one might impress upon the minds of a Christmas community to bear in mind the transcendent beauty of the old time method of celebrating the Christmas tide in which Love and Peace and good will reigned lu-rc- THE WHITE PLAGUE IN KENTUCKY. The Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission is planning nn active legislative campaign to secure from the next session a bill of larger scope than the present. Theie are 30,000 cases of tuberculosis in the State, and only 210 institutional beds for the care of these which seems sullicient justification for an active campaign. On December 12, "Tuberculosis Sunday," till ministers of the gospel will be asked to present the subject from their pulpits. Some of the facts to which attention is called by the Tuberculosis Commission are that from the State that more people die every year fiom tuberculosis in its various form.-- , in the Stnte than from any other with nil suicides and murders thrown in. Between 5,000 and (!,000 of our population die annually from consumption. Kentucky stands third among the States of the Union in the proportion of deaths per hundred thousand from tuberculosis. Ignorance among the people in regard to the causation nnd prevention of the great white plague is one of the principal causes of its provalency in the State. Col. .Mans snys: ''Kentucky should provide two State institutions, one for white and one for colored, capable of caring for 500 cases each. Young men and women suffering from the disease should bo sent to such intitutions, where their lives could be spared, if taken in time. Besides these young people could be given tic benelits of an industrial education at such institutions during their convalescence, which would enable them to become more useful citizens on their return home." The only way Kentucky can eradicate tuberculosis is through the education of the masses. dii-eas- liner Ancona case, which has been puzzling tho department of state over since Bho was torpedoed in tho Mediterranean, was presented in still another light with the Issuance of a statement by tho embassy, giving tho official nccountof tho destruction of the liner. state While- tho ment. If accepted ns correct, disposes of tho nucstlon as to whether tho Ancona was warned before being attacked, it raises still nnother Issue In which tho Tnlted Stnte3 may provo to bo vitally concerned. If it Is shown that any Americans wero killed by tho actual torpedoing of the Ancona, it Is believed tho United States will protest on tho ground that the vessel was torpedoed boforo all her passengers and crow had left her. The statement follows: "Ths submarine fired ono shot in front of Ancona's prow, whereupon the steamer fled at full speed, in accordance with tho order issued by tho Italian authorities, which instructs ship commanders to flee or to sink the submarine. The submarine pursued the steamer and continued firing, but the vessel stopped only after being hit several times. "The submarine allowed forty-flvminutes for tho passengers and crow to abandon the steamer on board of which panic reigned, but only a small number of boats were lowered and these wero occupied principally bo the Austro-HungarlaAustro-Hungarlan o Identified ns Assailant of White Girl. Henderson, Ky. (Special): Forty masked men forced nn entranco to tno cell of Kills Buckner, negro, twenty- four years old, In tho county Jail. They took him to tho river front, threo blocks away, nnd hanged him to a wit low treo in a lonely spot. Tho victim was chnrged with nn attempt to ns sank. Miss Annlo Hnrdln, a whlto girl Karly In tho morning tho mob, according to Henderson police, formed suddenly In front of tho Jail nnd d& mnnded entrance. Arizona Grayson, deputy sheriff, nnd the Jailers wero tho only ones in tho Jail. Tho mob threatened to batter down tho door and wreck vengeanco on tho officers, the police sny, and tho doors wero opened. Then tho mob demanded that tho corridor and cell door bo opened The negro was dragged to the foot of Powell street nnd hanged, a rope being thrown ncross tho limb of a willow treo there. Chlof of Pollco Graves located tho body during tho day nnd cut It down. Henderson po llco say Buckner had been in troublo It Miss Hardin, who Is employed in a bakery, was on her way homo at night after business hours, whon sho wns seized nt tho mouth of nn nllcy and dragged Into the darkness. Her screams brought help and tho negro ran. She gave n good description of him and Itucknor was arrested by tho pollco half nn hour later. Miss Hardin went to tho station and positively identified him. Police hero say they nro endeavor lng to learn tho Identity of members of the mob, but nver that the hnndker chiefs tho men had tied around their faces will make this difficult. before. NOTHING IS A BETTER EDUCATION THAN THE POSSESS ION OF MONEY. IF YOUR CHILD HAS A BANK ACCOUNT HE WILL TAKE AN INTEREST IN ARITHMETIC; IT WILL CREATE IN HIM AN INTEREST '.'IN" HIS MONEY MORE VALUABLE THAN THE INTEREST "ON" HIS MONEY. HE WILL LEARN THE VALUE OF MONEY AND TIME, AND LEARN TO LOOK OUT FOR HIMSELF. GIVE HIM A BANK ACCOUNT. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. POSTAL STRIKERS Conspiracy ARE HELD THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 KY. TRUST CO. to Obstruct Passage of Mall Is Charged. Falrmount, W. Va. (Special): Twen HARDINSBURG, EDI crew. "A great number of the boats, probably sufficient to savo nil tho passengers, remained unoccupied. "After a period of fifty minutes and as another steamer was approaching tho submarine submerged and torpedoed the Ancona, which sank after Leaves Note to His Wife Disposing of His Proptrey. Glasgow Ky., (Special): Byan shot and killed himself at his home near Nobob, this county. He was nearly seventy years old and had been a prominent figure in that sec Notice. tion a number of years. He had been Advertising of every nature, such despondent for severay days, but no one suspected that he contemplated g as colt show ads,, 'ads. for suicide. entertainments for schools and A note written to his wife was found charged for at our regu- In which he instructed the disposition churches, are lar rates. of his property. He was a brother of JOHN D. BABBAGE. Mrs. John Marshall, of this city, and of James Miller, of Temple Hill. money-makin- an additional forty-fivminutes. "If any of the passengers lost their lives this was duo to tho fault of the crew, because tho steamer tried to after It had received orders to stop, and then tho crew only saved themselves and not the passengers. "Itcports published in the foreign press that the submarine fired on the Ancona's lifeboats are mendacious e o arrests have been made here on charges growing out of the Btriko of clerks and carriers at tho local postofflco as a protest against the diS' missal of W. H. Brand, assistant post master. All were charged with to wilfully and knowingly ob struct and retard tho passage ot mall. The warrants wero sworn out by J. B. Robertson, a government postofflco Ir spector. Two defendants waived preliminary hearing and permitted their cases to go before the noxt federal grand Jury, which will conveno at Parkersburg on Jan. 11. Preliminary hearings will bo given tho twenty men. Tho bond for Brand was fixed at $1,000. The others provided $300 bond. ty-tw- o I Marion Weatherholt, 1 General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF m If AGED FARMER ENDS LIFE I Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building I Building Material, Lime, Hardware, Roofing, Cement, ...IN- .- . . Piaster, Paints j 1 Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe m and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited BEWLEYVILLE. HAVE Two BLOODY FIGHT Do not let Louisville or Owensboro get all the Christmas trade. Walter Drury, who has eeen In Berk Home is the rose between two thorns when it comes to Christmas ley, California, for the past four years, shopping. Shop at home nnd have money. returned Saturday to visit his parents, Clovoi port i.s large Good mis-io- n a generous town. Besides personal and local boxes have been sent away this fall. roads work is going on at Webster. and good roads will make it still better. That is u fine Just two more Breckenridgo News days till Christmas. Won't Be Restored to Denmark. London. Nov. 29. The Itoyal Prog, The Animal It Too Fragile to Snara In rlan president of Schlcswlg-Holgteln- . Herr Von Moltko, Issued an official Traps or Pitfalls. Perhaps yort have often wondered statement to the effect that the prevaabout tlio scarcity of Klruffes In pub- lent rumors that tho Danish portion lic zoos. Tlio reason that only a vijry of Schlcswlg will bo restored to Denfew luciingcrir-i- j am boast of this ex- mark after the war are unfounded. t of the dllllculty In Her Von Moltko declares that If rehibit Is on ports are being spread by persons capturhiK nnd transporting them. banking upon tho victory of the allies, l. The long k'psed and Ions necked keen of ey'u and noso nud ear, can It Is sullicient to point to the present tec, smell aii'.l hear n hunter miles position of the military operations. away. Hunters cannot employ traps American Killed by Turks. and pitfalls against him. Ills fragile Basle, Switzerland. Nov. 29. Mr. legs would be crushed In a trap, and Leslie, an American citizen, and sevboth his legs and nock would bo bro- eral olher foreigners, were killed by ken In u pitfall. Turks at Urfa, Mesopotamia, while Thero Is only ono wuy to capture a trying to defend Armenians from the giraffe alive. He must be surrounded Turks, according to a story printed In and chased' until from sheer weariness the newspaper Nouvolles de Dasle. he staKSers helpless Into u bamboo CAPTURING A anl-mu- GIRAFFE. Shot or Cut In Affray Near Tennessee Border. Tompklnsvllle Ky., (Special): Has-ca- l Fults and son wero both seriously Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury. shot and cut about six miles south ot Thos. P. Hardaway visited his ton, hero, near the Tennessee state line. W. G. Hardaway and family, of West The elder Fults was cut about tho face and neck, while tho son was cut Point, last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dowell have sold on all parts of the body. Physicians forty-onstitches in closing his their farm near here and bought the took which were perforated two property of Mrs. Rosa Carter in town, intestines, or three times by tho shots. One of moving here last week. their assailants was cut, but not danMiss Beulah Payne had for her week gerously. No arrests have been made. end guests three of her pupils, Misses Special Hearing For Slayer. Mary Foote, Evelyn Gross, Laura Mell Augusta, Ky. (Special): A Brooks-TillStith and Miss Lonise Hardaway. of Circuit Judge Newell called a Meade county. special term of tho Bracken circuit Mrs. George Blissett, who fell and court for January 10 to try Paris Hambroke her hip recently, died last Mon ilton, under indictment for the killing day. She was eighty-fivyears old; a ot Nlmrod Showalter, town marshal woman loved and respected by all who of BrooksvIIIe, on June 14. Hamilton, knew her. who In only eighteen years of age, at the time ot the killing and Frank Blissett, who came to attend the funeral of his mother, has returned was surrendered to the authorities by his father threo weeks ago. to his home in Louisville. e e e d Save $20 Now ffl es W I BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS incorporated $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Bookikeeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMI-I- I TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata- log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. Address 1 H. O. KEESLING, President " COLLEGE W Louisville, Kentucky Peril lies In uhlpplnt; tlio giraffe for the sea. The giraffe's legs break very easily. If he slips the fragllo underpinnings double under him and snap. In transferring the anihLs voynco nti less neck inn become tangled In the tackle or strike u spar, mast or shroud, In which event It's all over with Mr. Clruffe.-Chlc- ngo Herald. It Sure Is. mal from shore to ship his long, help- Patience Do you ever look back over the past? Patrice Why, bless your heart! own. That's tho only way ono can look at Read tha post" i'oukcrs Statesman. Stith. murder occurred. Circumstances surrounding tho findMrs. Chas. Drury continues to ing of the body Indicated that Wllley prove. mot death at other hands than his Mr. and Mrs. Bunger, of. West Point, have been spending the Thanksgiving holidays here among relatives. Mrs. Bunger was formerly Miss Allene Hard away, and has many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kasoy have their new dwelling completed. . B. Gibson and daughter, Miss Angie, attended church here Thursday, Mrs. Albert Marshall and children, ot FIND BODY HANGING ON TREE Irviugton, have been visiting her par Victim Was Charged With the Murents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Payne. der of His Grandmother. Mrs. Marv Beauchamp, of Mystic, is Gtbsonburg, 0 Nov. 29. The body the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M, of John II. Willoy, recently tried for Compton, tho murder of his grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and Rva Klmhlo, last February and granted a now trial was found hanging to a baby, of Union Star, are spending sev treo within a few rods of whero the eral days with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. 1m- - Fight School Tax. Ky., (Spoclal): The taxpayers In school district No. 1, ot this county, filed suit in tho Mason circuit court hore to enjoin tho colleccents fot tion of a tax of twenty-fiv- e the erection of a consolidated schools, claiming the election was not legal They were granted a restraining ordei by Circuit Clerk Key. Maysvillo Exps! Kentucky Minister. Lexington, Ky. (Special): Upon hit conviction by twelvo members of hli own conferenco on charges the Rev. B. F, Chatham, a promt nent minister of central Kentucky, wai expelled from tho Kentucky Mothodlsl conference and ministry. Louisville Man Gets Damages. Paducah Ky (Special): C. B. Ren fro, a Louisville cigar and tobaccc Jobber, was awardod $2,500 damagei against the Plamer Hotel company bj for $20,000 damages for injuries in tht for $20,000 damages for injured in ttu Christmas your photograph. It carries the personal thought of the giver, is simple, appropriate and creates no greater obligation than the kindly thought it bears. Mate tht appointment early. TOR BRABANDT, Photographer the Want Column Try a Want Ad. if you want quick results. accident JS?e Breckenridge News s, 1915 . Wednesday, dec. Bntercd At BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Beginning the Post OfTllcentCloTerport, Kj as second class matter, - THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE f THIS K ! S SI WEEK ! I will offer General Jesus Jtnbl, n hero of both Cuban wars for independence, is dead Niitr Advertisers pleno notify Hie editor when you want advertisement discontinued, nt Santiago. Federal Judge Satcr holds tint opl- ato treatment for nsthma can not b? arts ft HihWiimItit fiA'iii iito t i aa iinidtainifti ftAn a h rtiKi nfwi a & alii ltd We Have a Splendid Line of 1' niw .Ranches GENERAL OFFICES g vnuK in AMn ruir"ftf;n cities all the principal RATE!) FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i ft Reduced Prices at Untrimmed Hats at Cost. (Jno dozen small velvet lmts at 98c and $1.00 each. To clear up my winter Trimmed Hats $ 2.50 tfor Precinct nnd city Offices f 5.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State nnd District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the inter-es- t o( individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line sent through the malls. ADVERTISE Walter Baker of Cleveland gets Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this No. 13 for Chlo automobile license Column next year. There were a number of applicants for this number. ONE CENT PER WORD William Bachc. great grandson of Benjamin Franklin, was set frco nt For Sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys Lexington, Ky on a chargo of murder. Ho killed his stepfather, Wil- MAMMOTH llronio Turkey (Ferguson Choice toms. tins speciliam Hunter, when the latter nttnok- - mens, displaying nilyoung markings of I lie tlio Holiday Goods Will Be Put On Display & Change of Train Schedule on The stock. Also nice lino of Ribbons and Trimmings L, H. & St. L. Ry. Effective September 19, 1915. S Miss Evelyn Hicks Miss Near Spokane, Wns'a., a two ton nvlreH moderate for quirk sales Ky. M. II. Ureenwood, Box 37, Irvlngton, boulder fell from an overhanging cliff upon Great Northern train No M, For Sale Confectionery. J crashed through the roof of the exIn city 4.000 )p press .car nnd killed W. C. Dunbar, CONtECTIONEltY pictures ofevery nlglit next door. Chenprent. Call or wrlto Oreck.. jjj the express messenger. enrtdgo News, Cloverport, for further Infor One hundred masked men took Wil mation. JPJ Patrick, negro, from the Forest liam 23 City (Ark.) Jail and lynched him. Ho wi was held for tho murder of Bert Nicholas, n merchant. Captain William Bennetto, elshty, Permanent wealthy farmer, Republican politician and civil war veteran. Is dead at his td Bacho's mother. lireed; also a few Marred Hoik Cockerels Last of the Week GWe have outdone ourselves this year, and there will be no trouble to again show excellent assortments MANY NICE THINGS TO SHOW IN A FEW DAYS. Dr. Jesse Baucum I Cloverport, Ky. EAST I10UNI) 0:15 A. M. No. 142 Will Iphvp Clovrrtiort .10:111 A. M. Arriving Irvlnston ... J2:I0 I". M. Arriving ijOuNvllle. .4:53 I'. M. Clovrrpott . No. 144 will leave ft:4!l I'. M. Arriving lrlnutpn ... 7:40 1'. M. Loulsvlllo Arrlvlnit Miss Mildred Cabbage will be pleased 5:07 A. M. No. 140 will leave CloverDOrt- . 5:31 A. M, to receive your subscription for The Arriving Irvlnsrton WEST HOUND Home Journal and The Satur A.M. Ladies . No. 141 will leave Cloverport 12:01 1'. M. day Evening Post. Arriving Owensboro. ArrlvlDK Henderson......... . .U:5SI. M. Hardinsburg, will M. Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving llawfsvllle Arriving Owensboro . 145 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Owensboro , ,. Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis. No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro. Arriving Henderson . ... . . 1:23 7.40 7:09 7:30 ... 8:18 11:51 12:5S 1 :4s 2:15 7:40 1'. I'.M. 1". I'. M. te absent 1'. M. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. P.M. A.M. ,..9:ooA.M :30A. M. 7:48 A. M I y. Holiday Announcements j Social and lies uuiny of Persons at ml Abroad X ther " Home Ac,jvi- - and Ball Band Slppel. rubbers sold by Conrad ,' l ' T" Church conterence at the Methodist church tonight. Cnnt suits ordered on approval Mrs. Jartes M. Cordrey. New shoes for Christmas. Conrad Sippel's Shoe Store For beauty, style and comfort call on C. Sippel, the Shoe Man The Mother's Club will meet this week with Mrs. P. J. Kramer. Engraved cards from old plate for Christmas. Breckenridge News. Prof. J. R. McCoy went to Union Star Saturday to visit his parents. Reading Club will meet The Ladies' ... . . i . i. ..... week witn airs, cuzuueuj my this Please telephone your items to The Breckenridge News. Telephone 46 Mrs. Walter Graham, of Louisville was the puest of Mrs. L. B Perkins Saturday. Miss Carrie Tucker has returned from a visit to Mrs. D. C. Benton, of . millionaire president of the coal company in Chicago bearing his name, died suddenly at his home in Chicago. Fanned by a high wind, flames gutted the Surbcr block at Muncie, Ind., No. 40 for the Blood caused $ 100,000 damage and resulted Expels scrofulous humors from the in the serious injury of four firemen. A lone bandit held up and robbed blood, which causes constipation, ma passengers on train No. 4, sores, ulcers, pim sixteen laria, rheumatism, known ns the Pioneer limited, near pies, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug Watcrtown. Wis. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Police found the mutilated body of Janitor Clarence Green In the basehotel, Chicago. FORD TELLS OF HIS PLANS ment of t tho Nicollet Mayor-elecDernnrd Veit of Erie, who underwent an operation for Declares There Has Been Opposition Pa., appendicitis a few days ago, is dead. to Peace Efforts. Mrs. Harvey Nelson, sixty, was Detroit, Mich.. Nov. 29. Henry Ford burned to death at her home near returned from New York after a busy Glbsonburg, 0 when her clothing week in preparation for the opening caught fire from a stove. Public school at Old Straltsvillo, of a neutral conference in Europe that would stand as a court to which the Perry county, O., is situated on land warring nations might turn as a me that Is undermined and the mine is He on fire. The school may be closed. dium of negotiation for peace. spoko of his plans, his hopes and his John George, thirty, and Nick CarLouisville section hands, were los, thirty-two- , determination. of Mrs. Wm. Smart are The friends "I will go to Europe on the Oscar II Instantly killed by a Baltimore and distressed to learn that she remains and before I return something will Ohio train at a crossing in Akron, O. critically ill George W. Arbaugh, a grocer, is have started toward peace, Is my hope. For rent or sale Old Lillard farm Out of tho trenches by Christmas Is dead at his homo in Martins Ferry, Land with good team. F. C. Euglish not a boast it is a prayer a prayer O., after an attack of hiccoughs lastthat all the world Joins in," said Mr. ing several days. He survived a preCloverport, Ky. homo. vious attacking lasting continuously Mystic, is Ford at his Dearborn opposition, unMrs. Mary Beauchamp, of for two weeks. "There has been visiting her sister, Miss Tena Jordan scrupulous and determined, but that More than half tho town of Avalon, near Bewleyville. is the stuff that makes men fight for on Santa Catallna Island, was destroy Miss Eva May was in Louisville Mon the right and tho right this time Is ed by fire. Estimates of tho loss run as high as $1,000,000. day and while there heard Madame peace." Joseph Campbell, a negro convict, Melba at Macauley s R. p. Skinner Returns to Pott was found guilty of murdering Mrs. The Wednesday Club will be enter New York, Nov. 29. Robert P. Skin- Mazlo Odette Allen, wife of former tained this afternoon at the home of ner, consul general for the United Warden Allen of Joliet penitentiary. Mrs. E. C. McDonald. States at London, sailed for London on Verdict carries death sentence. As a result of cold weather, water Mrs. Jack Moorman and son, Jack the steamship Ryndam. Mr. Skinner son, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs la returning to his post after having sold for St a barrel at Anchorage, pent two weeks in tho United States Alaska, a Hew town established by Sallle Moorman Sunday. the government as construction headen leave of absence. Mrs.J. Raleigh Meador was the guest quarters for the Alaskan railroad. given Monday of honor at a sewing tea On account of large freight accumCOST $4,300,000 MORE WILL afternoon by Mrs. R. G. McCoy. ulation at Its St. George, Staten Isandj Mrs. D. H. Severs returned home U. 8. Mall Contract In This Soctlon land, terminal, the Baltimore Ohio railroad placed an embargo on, Tuesday night from Louisville where It Let. Iron and steel articles for export she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Washington, Nov. IB. Railroads through New York. Roscoe Severs In tho "third contract section" will Two store rooms and two bulldlngs( $20,073,484.30 a year for carry- were destroyed by fire at Delle Valing malls during tho four years begin- ley, O., with n loss of $15,000. ning July 1 last, under adjustments Paul Harney, sixty, well known as,' announced by tho postofllce depart- on artist, is dead at St. Louis. Har-- , A. ment. ney specialized In pictures of animals. This Is an Increase of more than Maus Smith, farmer of near Van 14,300,000 over tho annual compensaWert, was arrested, charged with firallowed under the adjustment of ing updu two automoblllsts ditched tion DENTIST 1907. Section three Is tho largest of rear his home. the four contract divisions established Hardinsburg, Kentucky, An automobile driven by William by the department for conveyance, McCullough turned turtle at and embraces Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Pa., crushing both McCulMichigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and lough and his wife to death. Efficient Plate Work. Special Missouri. Mali In tho section Is carDavid Freeze, a striking operative, ried over 67,375 miles of track by 151 was probably fatully stabbed, and two Attention Given to Children. different railroads, a dally average of other men severely injured, In a lapounds being handled by bor riot nt Greenville, S. C. Several 5,724,348 about 4,000 trains. arrests were made. Name of Theodore Roosevelt, as Office open both Day candidate for president In 1910, roust Breaks a Cold. remain on the Nebraska ballot, deand Night The demand for "Wedding's Cold spite the protest of John O. Yelser, Tablets" has been made on tbelr an attorney, who filed the petition merits as a cold and grip remedy. 25c two years ago ' and now wishes to Office our Bank el Hirdlniburg t Trull Co. withdraw It. at Wedding's Drug Store. Claude Mercer, of fiom his office from Decern1 ber 8, to December 18, at Lexington, Ky.. and Indianola, Mississippi, on le gal business. Cloverport people in Louisville this week: Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and children, Mts. John Lawson, Mrs. L. B. Perkins, T. O'Connell. Please write the names of your vis. itors, sign name and send to us irarae diately. Breckenridge News. Write to Fordsville Planing Mill Co. for samples and prices on rubber roof. ing, the kind that lasts. They will make vou close price and furnish you samples. All you have to do is to write a postal card. Be sure to read our magazine offers Breckenridge News. Mr. nnd Mrs. Price Graham have re turned home after spending some time at the home of P. T. Archer, near Mr. Archer died three weeks Ekron. aeo. His tamliy win move to iouis ville which will be the passing of the old Archer home in Meade county. homo in Marysvllle, O. 56-Cloerport, Ky. nutolst, Telephone J Sidney Bell, drovo his car through a house at South Norwalk, Conn., and broke up Ralph Comstock's dinner party YOU WILL LIVE LONOER At Springfield, Mass.. an enterpris AND Uti HAPPIER ing burglar entered a lire station, rob 5 bed fifteen sleeping firemen, slid down tho "greased" polo and escaped. Christian Mnthles, seventy, wealthy farmer, was killed near Crown Point, Ind. He was found pinned under a big hickory tree, which ho had cut BLUE RIBBON down for exercise. ' Senator James D. Phelan, newly elected from California, has bought c $12.,000 residence In Washington. At. St. Louis Edward Schuster swatlowed a needle that fell Into his beer. For Baking Fine Biscuits, Pies, An autopsy showed the needle pierced near-sighte- Dentist f If You'll Use Only J. is C. NOLTE 6c BRO.lf CLOVERPORT, KY. fkft FLOUR Mrs. Norman Gait has invited her two old colored "aunties" of Hoanoke, Va., to help her dress for her mar riage to President Wilson. Mclvln H. Goodrodo, Chicago; Jack Thompson, Needles, Cal., and Mrs. Anna Adkins, Chicago, lost their lhes when an automobile in which they wero riding sank wrongslde up in the West Gary (Ind.) marsh. Soven federal prisoners escaped from the county Jail at Georgetown, Ky.. and no effort is being made to apprehend them, inasmuch as their terms expired previous to their escape. They declined to wait for their ofliclal release. Colonel W. P. Rend, seventy-five- Schuster's heart. Cakes and Delicate Pastries Manufactured by "RUBBER ROOFING" The Kind That Lasts Sample and Price Furnished upon Request St Cannelton Flour Mills Cannelton, Ind. t2l Jjj We can furnish what you want. Just write lis n few lines nskinj; for prices, nnd we will send by first mail, samples, nnd quote you n St close price on each sample. We can make quick shipment. ft v; DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on St FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, i RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION! By Mail Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Loulsvilee, Ky. 462 5th St. 12 to! 2 and 6 to 9 p. m Office Hours: 0 lo 9 a.m. ttt ncuriiuruit'ii JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. i: v- , CHRISTMAS Shopping a Pleasure When you know where you can buy tho things that arc suitable for tho old men, middle-agemen, young men and boys. Why not go to d Cftiinn SppH Meal! 9 nt the present hitrh prices is the cheapest feed yi.u inn give fcf votir cow. Contains almost three times tho amount of Pro- $f ood cow fc tein found in Bran and Mixed Feed. Another Q. feed is tho CIIKAMO DAIUY FEED. - We Sell Anything in The Feed and Coal Line. See Us For Prices. 2f"S20 our Corn Ad in this issue. CLINE'S The Men's Fashion And Shop SHeston, Whitworth & Company save time in looking. Hardinsburg, Ky. .:.j"jrevjvtr'5..,k. LANCASTER LOOSE LEAE 9 CO. $25.00 Gun Free! TOBACCO With every 50c purchase n chance will be given on this gun. Your Patronage Appreciated W.N.CIine Hardinsburg, Ky. Q V X (Incorporated) Third and Triplett Streets. Largest Floor in Town. Best Light. Daily Sales.- -- g Open Day and Night. C. L. BEARD Life Q Q Q All Tobacco Kept two-third- Insured. s Last year wo sold 9,000,000 pounds, or 40$ of nil that of all tho Hurley passed over loose leaf floors and a Reason-- There was Insurance and Real Estate Hardinsburg, Ky. AERIAL Germane GOOD SERVICE Both Phones Office with J. R. Eskridge, Attorney 1 r or saie: Naragansette Turkey Toms Trio Fine Birds . Pure Bred Fowls BATTLE IN BELGIUM Have You Tried a Package of Loe Heavily In Clash With the French. Dr. W. Walker Sl.00 $9.00 (Ringlets) B. P Rock cockerels, write your wants at once. Cham-bersbur- i I MRS. B. W. CARTER Irvington, KY. ParlB, Nov. 29. Squadrons of Gorman and allied aeroplanes fought over netalum and u I'Vench airman, who started In pursuit of nn enemy squadron broiiRiit down a ueiv mnn m achtno which fell info the sen A German tor oft west Endo-Halnpedo boat and Oorninn niotorboats went to tho rescuo of tho aviators nnd there followed a flRht over tho sea In which hydroaeroplanes of tho allies and French artillery took part. One of tho German motor boats was sunk in this combat. A Greenwell's Malaria Remedy? sults are not tatfofnetory your mom I refunded. It drives out malar! poison and gives tone lo the whole system. Stop taking calomel mid quinine until you have useil one package of this great rtuiedj. Yc will then be convinced uf its merit Sent by moil postpaid on receipt i f price (50 cents), or see me at my home on school house hill. If not Ret a package nt once. If re- bombarded tho hniienrs nt Hnblstro, dropping bombs and netting Are to Notice Readers and Writers the Gorman hangars. Tho summary of tho aoroplane activ To be certain that any happening o ity Rlinws that one German motor lmnt Friday be Wednesday, Thursday and was sunk and that sevon Gorman elven account In the Z Breckenridge aeroplanes and two balloons wore News, kindly write and mall to us at brought down or damaged. once, Get every item you can to us by squadron of ten French aeroplanes W. H. GREENWELL, Box 161, Cloverport, Ky. Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. Saturday, JOHN D. UADDAQE. Read Your Home Paper "'"f'Wi LAI II IMA By JOHN BRECKENRIDGE ELLIS Copyright. 1S1J. by tho Company. Bobbs-Mer-ri- ll CHAPTER XVI. "Will you marry me?" hours Wilfred sat opposite, nt Lnboma's worn face, In Its youthful roundness, from which the bloom had vanished, wondering at her grace, beauty, helplessness and perfect faith In him. That fulth revealed itself in every lino of the form lying along the Beat and spoke from tho unconscious face from which tho brown hair was outspread to dry. now oddly her volco had sounded! How strange had been its accent when she said, "It never entered my mind that I was the little girl!" Had she been sorry for the thought to come? of him because he Did she think had not remained true to Annabel? Would it not have been far better to wait until reaching their destination before hinting of love? Even while perplexed over these problems and while charmed by that appealing face, with the softly parted Hps, by tho figure that stirred In the rhythm of slumber, other thoughts, other objects weighed upon Iiltn the two dead men, the dead horse just outside. One of those men might be lied Kimball. Armed and watchful, Wilfred waited through tho hours. When no longer able to bear the uncertainty he crept from the stage with the lantern and examined the recent scene of a furious struggle. There were only two slain the driver and one of nod Kimball's companions. Either Kimball and his other comrade had escaped or had been captured. If any of the attacking party had fallen tho bodies had been Bloodstains indicated borne nway. that more than two had been shot From that ghastly sight it was a relief to llnd hlmelf once more Inclosed by the coach walls with I.ahoma so peacefully sleeping. Once hie full Into n doze from which lie was startled by the lnipressloti that loft noises, not of wind or rain, were creeping over the earth. Ho sat erect, with tho confused fancy that wolves were sllnkiug among the wheels, were glaring up at the windows, were dragging away the corpses. The sudden movement of his hand as it grasped his pistol awoke Lahoina. She opened her eyes wide, but did not lift her cheek from the arm that lay along the cushion. "There you arc," she said. "Just as I was dreaming." Ho pretended not to be uneasy, but his cars strained to catch the meaning of those mysterious movements of the night. Her voice cut across the vague murmur of the open plain: "You only came once!" Although her eyes were wide, sho was apparently but half awake. Not a muscle moved as she looked Into his face. "I thought," she murmured, "it vras on account of Annabel." "I went away because I loved you," he answered softly. "I promised Ilrlck FOR Its fill "There you are!" she laid. I'd go If I felt myself caring, and nobody could help curing for you. That's why I left the country. Just as noon ns wo laughed together It happened. That's why I didn't como again." "Yes." blghud IjiIkiuki, as If it was not so hard to understand now. "And thut's why I'vo come back," he added. "Ilecauso I've kept on loving you." "Yes," she sighed again. Sho closed her eyes and seemed to fall asleep. Perhaps It wus n sort of knowing sleep Mrs. Rosa Russell, Mrs. George $36.00. 37: that lost most of the world, but clung ing to seo if ho wero followed. Will Kelm, Asia Hardin, trustee, Ho did not .stop UlJhe. was ln his Brown, Miss Mollie Bland, Aurthor De tenaciously to a few l.deas. The noises died nway. Presently ho room nt the hotel. ".Vow." he said, ' HAVE ALL her murmur as n little smllo locking the door, "sit down. Yea. you ' WOULD crept about the pnrted lips. "Tho covo's bet. I pot n wnrrnnt ngnlnst Ilrlck WIN ; pretty tnoro room than I lock! It was sworn out by a fellow I ; thought." WOMEN. TO KNOW named Jeremiah Kimball. You know . When she .was wide a wake daylight him as 'Ited. The form's recular. had slipped through the windows. "Oh, charges weighty. Ilrlck Wlllock was Wilfred!" she exclaimed, sitting slid-- ! 0nco n member of lied Kimball's gang, Mrs KfilleV of Louisville. SaVS lotilf nrrvr nn.1- tiilHImr linr tinnri In. iic .1 .1. mii1.. tinu umt .11.1.... l luuiu ill ti.- - iuu e -- umu wo all to get bis amnesty. See? Well, he her head mechanically. "Is-- are TanlaC S a That HC OCd Her. right? Kineu kcu nrotner snot lm. coming on to witness It Wll "All right." said the young man Louisville, Ky , Dec. 7, Mrs. Geo. cheerily. "There's n irood ileal of snow lock will claim he done the deed to save nd his little gal's. Kelley, residing at log Harrison avenue, on tho ground, but It was blown off tho I Glcdwnre's fe-- hls trail for the most part Some friends ' Rl" Gledware will show It was other- - Louisville, made the following state have provided us with the means of go- wise. Ited told me nil about It. Brick's a incut regarding Tanlac. murderer, and. worst of all, he's a muring forward." "I have been under the physician's derer without an amnesty that's tho care eleven years. I suffered principally "Hut I don't understand." only difference between him and Bed. from indigestion "We'V finish the sandwiches and and stomach trouble, melt some snow for water and then Well, old tap. I took my oath to do my witli frequent nervous headaches and mount Look see those two Indian duty. You know what that signifies." felt worn out all the time. "But there's no truth in nil this rot ponies fastened to the tongue of the "I weighed many pounds lighter than stage? They'll carry us to tho next Brick had to shoot Kansas Kimball" "Well, let him show that in court usual when I began taking Tanlac station like the wind." Sho stared from the window, bewil- My business is to take him nllve. That After using Tanlac three weeks, I now ain't nil: that's Just the preface. Lis- weigli several pounds more than 1 ever dered. "I don't know any more about them ten. If you'll believe me tho stngo that weighed. In fact, I have gained rapidly than you," he answered her thoughts. Ited and his pards was In coming hero in every way in a comparatively short "But there they are and here wo arc." to swear out tho warrant they was time. He said nothing about tho bodies evi- that there stage was set on by this "Tanlac is really the only thing that away by those who had friend of yours. Yes. Brick has gatherdently carried actually helped me. I wish to a mystery ed together some of his old pards nnd has brought the ponies. "It's all is a highwayman. Why, he shot ono recommend its use to every suffering a mystery of tho plains. I haven't unraveled the very first thread of it of Bed's witnesses, and ho shot tho woman." Tanlac, the premier preparation can What's tho use? The western way is driver!" "I know something nbout that hold- be obtained in Cloverport at Wedding's to take what comes, isn't It whether northers or ponies? There's a much up." cried WUdfred scornfully. "It Drugstore, and in Irvington at Irving. bigger mystery than all that filling my must have been done by Indians." ton Pharmacy. "Bed saw Brick among tho gang. mind." He recognized him. Well. Bed nnd his "What Is that?" other pard gets on horses they cuts Haven, T. N. Berry, Mrs. Ben Duncan, "You." Sho bent over tho sandwich with loose and comes like lightning nnd gets Lee Horsier, Pleasant M. Heath, Mrs. heightened color. "Poor Brick!" she here and tells tho story, and maybe Thomas O'Counel, Mrs. Allgood, Mrs. murmured, as If to divert his thoughts. you think this community ain't Rosaine Hihbs, Mrs. Margaret Hale, aud nnd for Corbit Amnions, Anetuis Anderson, But his sympathy Just then was not for blood! There'd be more excitement Brick. Adam Mucker, J. W. Hultz, 12dd Car "Lahoina, you said that this Is a sub- against unci; unlock if there was more community, but such as they is nml Jamcs 1!e"ett, Dan Carwile, G. ject a man should bring up." B. Gibbins, Mary Jane Johnson, Mrs. She looked at him brightly, still flush- is concentrated." "Mlzzoo, listen to reason. Don't you Abe Whitworth, Mrs. Askins, Will ing. "Well?" understand that Bed wants revenge Kelm, John Courtney, Mrs. Basham, "I'm bringing it up, Lahoma." "But we must be planning to savo and has misrepresented this Indian k Nora Oiler, John Dennis, Annie Keys, to tally with his other lies?" Brick from arrest." Mrs. Everett Minter, Elmire Kirscli, "I "wouldn't say nothing against Red, Joe Gilland, Mrs. Marvin Compton, Miss "I'm hoping we'll get home in time. Note that I say home, Lahoma. I refer old tap. It ain't gentlemanly to call Gilpin, Prazier Brown, John R. Elder, to the cove. I'm hoping we'll reach dead folk liars." "Dead folk!" echoed Wilfred, start- B. P. Keys. home In time to forestall Ited KimNames of paupers outside of poor a great deal of time, ing up. ball. We've lost "I knowed you didn't understand house, their allowance and names of but Brick doubtless is safely hiding. And when we get to the Journey's end that Red's off the trail forever." Mlz- trustee since Oct. 1st, 1914: Lahoma, do you know what naturally zoo rejoined gently. "I knowed you Mrs. Rosa, Russell, II. F. Heard & Co , wouldn't be accusing him so rancid comes at the Journey's end?" trustee, allowance, $lo and $5, 12 had you been posted on his funeral." "No." Wilfred felt a great relief, then a months, amount, $70.00. "A marriage." Mrs. George Brown, B. F. Beard & "I thought that was what you great wonder. "Yes, he's dead. I don't say he's bet- Co., trustee, allowance, $5-- , I2 months, meant" "Will you marry me at the Journey's ter off I don't know but I guess the amount, 5o.oo. Is. I don't like to censure them world end?" Author Dellaven, B. F. Heard & Co , Lahoma turned very red and laid that's departed. Brick Willock Is still with us. and liim tho county can't say trustee, allowance, $4.00, 12 months, laughdown tho sandwich. Then she Hiough against. Ills life wouldn't bo amount, 548.00. ed. Then she started up. "Let's get tvorth two bits if anybody laid eyes cm the ponies!" she cried. John Courtney, B. F. Beard & Co , s high handed Tho snow that morning lay In drifts in 'lm. Consider his trustee, allowance, 54.00, 3 months, It enough in the past to Wasn't amount, $12.00. rrom flvo to eight inches across tho Miss Mollie Bland, B. F. Beard Ss Co , kill Red's brother, but what he must trail and to the height of several feet needfj collect his tals, stop the stage- trustee, allowance, $3 00, 6 months, up against those rock walls, raising, ns on vast artificial tables, tho higher coach, shoot two men trying to get amount, 18 00. and one of Mrs. Marvin Compton, B. F. Beard & btretches of tho Kiowa country. But Red, You say yes.'cm the Innocent drivBut hold on. That Co., trustee, allowance, $5.00, 5 months, by noon the plain was scarcely streak- er? ho done. No. sir. The very ed with white, and when tho sun set ain't nil amount, f 25.00. there was nothing to suggest that a next day after Red swore out that "waT. N. Berry, J. C. Nolte, trustee, alrrant and It was yesterday, if you nsk snowflake had ever fallen In that sand toe what is saw when we men of lowance, $6 00, 12 months, amount, $72. strewn world. When the rude cabins Mrs. Ben Duncan, J. C. Nolte, trustee, comes out of our doors? and hasty tents of tho last stage station Mnnguin county showed dark and white Three corpses lying on the sidewalk allowance, $3 Oo, 12 months, amount, in Greer against the horizon of a springlike side by side. You say what corpses? $36.00. Walt I'm coming to that. Ono was Lee Horsley, J. C. Nolte, trustee, almorning Wilfred cried exultantly: that driver, one was tho pard that got lowance, 5.00, 12 months, amount, $60. "Tho end of the Journey!" was Red And Lahoma, suddenly showing in shot with tho driver, the other Pleasent M. Heath, J. C Nolte, trusown self." her cheeks all the roses that" had open- Kimball histho bodies amount, knew been carried tee, allowance, $4.00, 12 months, "I bad ed In her dreams, repeated gayly, yet a I48.0O. away from the trail." exclaimed Willittle brokenly: Mrs. Thomas O'Connell, J. C. Nolte, fred in perplexity. "Tho end of tho Journey!" "But you didn't know they had been trustee, allowance $4.00, 8 months, The end of tho Journey meant a brung to town all this distanco to bo amount, $32.00. wedding. The plains blossom with laid beside Bed. You didn't know Red Joe Gilland, J. C. Nolte, trustee, alendless flower gardens and tho moun- had been stabbed so ho could ho added lowance, $4.00, 5 months, amount, f 20. tains sing together when tho end of too. You didn't know tho three of them Mrs. Allgood, Gus Shellman, trustee, the Journey means a wedding. had been left on tho street to rile up allowance, $4 00, i2 months, amount Leaving Lahoina at the small new every man with blood in his veins. hotel, from whose boards tho sun be- Why, Wilfred, it's an Insult to tho $48 00. gan boiling out resin as soon as It was whole Mrs. Rosanie Hibbs, Gus Shellman, state of Texas. Such highhandwell aloft. Wilfred hurried after a ed doings ain't to bo bore. If Brick trustee, allowance, $3 oo, 12 months, fresh horse to carry him at once to tho Wlllock don't want to bo tried in court, amount, $36.00. cove, ten miles away. Warning must is that an excuse for killing off nil Mrs. Margaret Hale, Gus Shellman, bo given to Brick Wlllock first of all. that might witness against him? It trustee, allowance, $400. i2 months, Lahoma oven had a wild hope that might of been oacc. But we're deterBrick might devise some means where- mined to have a county of law abiding amount $48.00 Account by A. W. Wheeler to Gus by ho could nttend the wedding with- citizens. Such free living has got to out danger of arrest, but to Wilfred bo nipped in tho bud or we'll hnvo an- Shellman, poor house, for 3 months, this seemed Impossible. other No Man's Land. I am tho er- $31.75- He had gone but a few steps from as sheriff of Greer county I am a 1 Corbit Amnions, John Morris, trustee, the hotel when ho came face to face am tho angel of civilization, you may allowance, $3.00, 12 months, amount, with the sheriff of Greer county. Cut- say." $36.00. ting short his old friend's outburst of Anetius Anderson, Wade Pile, trustee, pleasure To be Continued allowance, $4.00, 12 months, amount, "Look here, Mlzzoo," said Wilfred, $48 00. drawing him aside from tho curious Adam Mucker, Haynes Trent, trustee, throng on the sidewalk, "have you got allowance, $4.00, 4 months, amount, a warrant against Brick Wlllock?" $16.00. Mlzzoo tapped ills breast "Here!" he said. "Know where he Is?" J. W. Hultz, H. L. Jackson, trustee, Wilfred sighed with relief. "At any allowance, $4.00, 3 months, amount, Of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court $12.00. rate, you don't!" ho cried. "No use riding over to tho cove." reEdd Carman, Roscoe Davis, trustee, at Its October Term, 1915. marked his friend, with n grin. "That allowance, $4.00, 12 months, amount, is. unless you want to call on some $18.oo. friends of mine deputies. They're liv(Continued from last week. ) James Bennett, John Buckler, trustee, ing in the dugout, Just laying for Brick Number of paupers in poor house Oct. allowance, $4.00, li'tnonths, amount, to show himself." $44.o0. "But Mlzzoo," expostulated Wilfred, 1st, II. Number of paupers received in poor Dan Carwile, Sheerau & Jarboe, trus- "why are you taking so much trouble house since Oct. ist, 1914, 5: Sol. Beard, tee, allowance, $4.oo, 11 months, against my best friend? Tho warrant ought to bo enough, 'and If you can't Lewis Douglas, Milt Dean, Will Logs- - amount, $44,00. get a chance to servo it on him that's don and Elmire Kirscli. , G. B. Gibbins, M. L. Harl, trustee, not your fault. Your deputies haven't Number of paupers discharged from allowance, $3.00, 12 months, amount, any right in that cove, and I'm going poor house since Oct. ist, 1915, 1: Mary 6.00. to smoke 'cm out." E, Fry, discharged April 16th, 1915. Mary Jane Johnson, M; L. Harl, trus Mlzzoo chewed, with a deprecatory Number of paupers who have died tee, allowance, $3.00, 4 months, amount, shako of his head. "Seo here, old tap," Sol Beard died $l2.0o. ho murmured, "don't you say nothing since Oct. 1st, 1914, 2: Mrs. Abe AVhitwortl), Ova Gray, about being Brick Wlllock's friend. May 15, 1915, Lewis Douglas died July trustee, allowance, $4.00 for il months, Tho whole country is roused against 13. I9i5. Number of paupers in poor house on and $5.00 for 1 month, amount, $49.00. him. Heard of them three bodies?" Wilfred explained that ho had Just date of this report, 14: George Hultz, John Dennis, Ova Gray, trustee, al. como to town. George Hambleton, John C. Willett, lowance, $3.00, 9 mouths, amount, "Well, good Lord, then, tho pleasure Annie M. Willett, Milt Dean, Will $27.00. I'm going to have in telling you some- Logsdon, Rachel Loyd, Jennie Wallace, Mrs. Askins, J. C. Overton, trustee, thing you don't know and something Sis Robertson, Lecretia Pool, W. B. allowance, $4.0010 months, amount, that's full of meat! Let's go wbcres Amnions, Thomas Allen, Elmire Kirscli. $40.00. wo can sit down this ain't no standNumber of paupers being cared for out J. W. Hultz, R. E. Jackson, trustee, ing news." Tho lank, red faced sheriff amount started across tho street without look- side of poor house since Oct. ist, 1914, allowance, $4.0(1, 9 months, hoard f the night big-tli- cres Special Offer! DAILY i r viitiI insurance unice i Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health 1 uicu-waro- 's LOUISVILLE HERALD -- AND TH- E- Insurance. Old Reliable Companies BRECKENRIDGE NEWS By mail for One Ystr a! Special price oL S3.00 Henry Trent J. W. Trent P. L Dal Kentucky's grentcst newspaper delivered tit your homo each da including your home paper, at the price of $3.00 This Offer Positively Expires on Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and x February 28, 1916 Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. Dr, R, P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trent & Walls' Llierj Slabls lowance, $4.00, 6 months, amount, Prepared to Treat all Animal'Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours Mrs. Basham, C. C. Smith, trustee, allowance, $5.00, 8 months, amount, $40.00. Annie Keys, Matt P. Payne, trustee, allowance, $3.00, 8 months, amount, 824.00. Mrs. Everett Minter, J. T. Mitcham, trustee, allowance, $4.o0, 6 months, DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. I Hardinsburg, Ky. amount, $24.00. Elmire Kirscli, Henry Holmes, trus tee, allowance, $l.o0, 6 months, amount, $24.00. Mrs. Thomas O'Connell, G. M. M, E. CHURCH, South f SUNDAY trustee, allowance, $4.00 4 months, amount, $16.00. Miss Gilpin, W. H. Gilpin, trustee, allowance 4.00, 4 mouths, amount $16 00. R. 1?. Keys, W. O'llryan, SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- H. Dutschke, do-ng- allowance, $4.00, 2 months, $1.89. 1'razier Drown, Milt Hrown, trustee, allowance $4.00, 12 months, amount 54S.OO. trustee, amount Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary lowance $36 00. John R. Elder, Allie Pate, trustee, al $3.00, 12 months, amount, V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Nora Oiler, Jess Matthews, trustee, al lowance, $4 00. 6 months, amount, $24 00. Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. Henry Landrum, W. H. Eskndge, trustee, allowance, $3.00, 12 months, amount, $36.00. Elsy Duncan, Forest Lyons, trustee, amount, . Mrs. Everett Minter, J. T. Mitcham, trustee, allowance $4.00, lo months, amount, J40 00. James C. Foot and wife, John Buckler, trustee, allowance, $4.00, 12 months, amount, $48.00 Tlie account of drugs furnished paupers by Kincheloe's Pharmacy from Oct. ist, 1914, to Oct. 1st, I915, is $88 7O and should be paid $S8 70. Salary due Dr. J. E. Kiuclieloe as county physiciaii.for paupers and service rendered them both at poor house aud in the county, $76,00. Account of William Hall for keeping poor house is $561,50. Tlie pauper and poor house account by B. P. Beard & Co. is $115 86. Merchandise account and caskets witli B. F. Beard & Co., by pauper com missioner, C. M. Heston, is and should be paid $60.75. The amount due your commissioner, C. M. Heston, from Oct ist, 19I4, to Oct. 1st, 1915, is $100.00. Your commissioner files herewith as part of his report all bills, accounts, etc., which were presented to him for his ap proval and which has been approved. Respectfully submitted, C. M. HESTON, Pauper Commissioner. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, tlie aforesaid report was unani mously adopted and is now made the order of this court. Minutes read and approved and on motion duly made, seconded and carried, court adjourned until 9 o'clock tomor row a. m. D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C. (Continued next week.) 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Bennett and Mrs. Sarah Bayslneer have returned to their home in Louisville, after a five weeks visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Hannah Bennett, of Union Star, was the euest of Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Lewis Saturday nlcht and Mrs. Allen Lewis Sunday. E. O. Dutschke visited relatives and friends at Irvington Sunday. R. D, Hambleton has returned home, after a pleasant week spent with his sister, who lives in Big Bend, Ky. One of Mr. Clem Payne's little girls has pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. AlvlsBallow and family and Miss Ruby Getting spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ballow. Rev. H. J. Blackburn, with an as sistant, will begin a protracted meeting at this place next Saturday night. We would' be glad for all, who could,, to come and be with u. Challenges Italian Deputy to a Duel. Rome, Deo. 6. Gabrlolo d'Unnun- zio( the noted Italian poet, has chal Qraziadei, Mazzont Italian lenged deputy, to fight a duel. Bear This in Mind. "I consider Chamberlain's Cout'h far the best medfclne in the market for colds and croup," says Remedy by Mrs, Albert Eloster, Lima, Ohio, Many others are of the tame opinion. Obtainable everywhere. al- - ridge county, Slate of Kentucky, bounded and described n. follows: Hegln- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE. nlng at the Southwest corner opposite run oe Hinmans. in fairieign line, ning eastward to Falrlelgh's corner; Court, Kentucky. thence still eastward to hskrhlge and Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky llreckinridge Circuit William O'Keillev's corner, then with R. S. Sklllman, Plaintiff. 1 Equity Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust No. Against the William 0'Reille's line to Ed Co , nalntilf. tqulty IZ83 J 3564. O'Ucllley's corner stone, then north SO J. R. May, Defendant No. Against poles to n stone, corner stone in Jim Bv virtue of a Judgment nnd Order V. I 3738. David V. llrown and Mary Tucker's line; then westward with Jim of Sale of Hrecklnridge Circuit Court J Drown, Defendants Tucker's line to a 3'J acre tract, belongWheat Para- (tamandeerlng Hy virtue of n Judgment and Order of ing to Newsom estate, running straight rendered at October Term thereof, the above cause, for the sum Circuit Court, to Tar Springs road, opposite Joe Hall- - iti4. In 7.1 (Two Sale of llreckinridge $226 Hundred and Twenty- lump Diipinnnp rendered nt October Term thereof, I915, man's place, tnen soutn u poles to tne of Three tJents ) UUOIIIOOOi cause, for the sum of beuiaolnu. with Tar Springs road. The Sis Dollars and Seventy Feb 8th, 19:5; IJtUO in the nbovc Credited by $72 00, paid 5609 00 (Six Hundred and Ninctyodnc tract contains 7(1 acres and is an oblong also the further credit of $:i. 00, paid Dollars) with interest at the rate of 6 square, being 0 acres wide nt each end, March Uth, llMj, with Interest nt the per cent per milium from the 4th day of and 12 acres long, being the MANIFEST GREAT ANXIETY October, 1910, until paid, and all costs land conveyed to defendant, J.same rite of 6 per cent per annum from the U. 27th day of August, lqOS, until paid, herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale Hodgkins, by Lee Walls, Master Com and all costs herein, I shall proceed to at the courthouse door in Hardinsburg, mlssloner of this court, date day offer for sale n the courthouse door In bidder, at public auction, ofto 10ll. Recorded in Com Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Prediction Made Order Will Cause oil the highest page missioner's Deed Hook public auction on Ruin of Many Grain Housei Object Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915. llreckinridge County Clerk's ollice. Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, Or sufficient thereot to produce tne 8ald to Put Stop to Speculative at one o'clock p. in , or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit sums of money so ordered to be made. at one o'clock p. m , or thereabout Prices to Supply Italian Government. For the purchase price, tne purcnaser, (being County Court day), upon a ol six months, tne loin with approved surety or securities, must credit six and twelve months, the folWinnipeg, Man., Nov. 29. Drain property, A certain tract of parcel of land, execute bond, bearing legal Interest lowing described property, to wit: men 3ay that the grain trade of tho A tract of land of ;i4 acres, begin situated, ljing and being in I.'rrckin-ridg- c from the day of sale until paid, and Dominion Is paralyzed as the result of county, Kentucky, on the wnters having the force and effect of n judg- nlng nt a stone in worsen Hoard's the commandeering hy the govern- of Tuell's Creek, known as the Dye ment. Lien recalned to secure pa) ment line, and corner to George Dandy's, ment of all Nos. 1, 2 and 3 northern tract, containing 240 acres more or less; of purchase money. Hldders will be running N 1154 W. .'KI.3 poles to a post wheat In tho terminal elevators at Ft. and was conveyed to one John Slaton by prepared to comply promptly with these oak, said Hoard s corner. In William Adklsson's line, then N. j6J; E I53 William and Port Arthur and In east-se- n John A Osborn and wife, on the otli terms. Approximated debt. Interest and cost, poles to white oaks, corner to Daniel terminals. Some 20,000,000 bush-si- s day of March, ifsgi, 10 me sam usoorn $044 07. LEE WALLS, is excepted from said Lane's and In Daniel Henderson's line, of wheat have been taken and it is by Slaton. There heretofore sold to Jo Lommisjioner. then S 35?.( E. 363 poles to a hickory tract, three acres reported that tho seizure will extend Mattingly. In the above named tract is Carrie L. Dowell, Deputy. and post oak in said Lane's line. .1 to other parts of Canada. corner to George Hnndy's, then S 561t included a part of a tract conveyed to R. 11. Ilashaiu, see W. 1st Doles to the beginning. It is understood that the action was Adrian Norton by gov deed book x, 12,491; and lies on the Out of said 34 taken at the request of the British SALE, sold nnd conveyed acres said Sklllman COMMISSIONER'S nnd I.eitcli-fielto Milton Skillman ernment. In a statement mado public west side of the Hardinsburgincluded ind road and which is not 30s acres, which Is bounded as follows: by tho government it Is said the ob this deed from said Norton to J. A. Heginnlng at a stone In Abner Adkls ject of tho extraordinary order Is to Davis. See deed book 26, page 213, son's line and corner to the 12 acre put a stop to speculative prices so and is the same land conveyed to D. H Hnckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky sold by William Skillman to Geo that real orders from England for tho and U h. llrown by V O. llabbage, O. E. Floyd, etc , Plaintiff 1 Equity Scott. Sr., then with Scott's line S. o. Against 35''. E. 45 poles to n stone between a Italian government. Prices for tho commissioner, on behalf of John Slaton M. Crawford, etc., Dfts.J 3G97. hickory and black oak, then N. 5O f and Jennie Slaton, his wife, by deed wheat is yet to bo determined. of February, 1895, Hy virtue of n Judgment and Order 110 poles to a stone aud post oak, the 14th Tho government order also brought datedrecorded in day clerk's office of the of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, Daniel Lane's line, then with his line and the a sudden stop to the loading of veS' llreckinridge county court in commis- rendered at October term thereof, 10 5 , X. ;i5:,i W. Is poles to two white oaks, els in the harbors. Among the ships sioner's deed book No. 3, page 390. Hy in the above cause, for the sum of Lane's corner, then S. 561! W 110 affected were tho two largest of the deed dated the 3rd day of October, 19I0, (SvlOO). thirtvfour hundred dollars, poles to the beginning Said William cent, treat lakes, the Morden and Snyder, the said I h. llrown and his wife, con- with interest at the rate of 6 per Octo, Sklllman also sold out of said .'14? interest in per annum from the 15th day of acres to one Aaron Norton l:i2'2 acres, Jr., which have a capacity of 450,000 veyed his undivided one-haAll Inspection and and to the said land to the mortgagor ber, I91I, until paid, nnd all costs which Is hounded ns follows: Beginbushels each. completes the herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale ning at a post oak, Aaron 'Norton's I). weighing also have ceased. Tho order herein. the II llrown. inthis which deed at the Court House door in Hardins cornor, and ruuuing S. s61 W I53 said land him; title to seizing all grains In boats In harbors is recorded in the clerk's office of the burg, to the highest bidder, ut Public poles to a stone in the nrlglnnl line, Contains First Rate Feature Stories was modified, so that eight vessels, llreckinridge county court in deed book Auction, on Sklllman nnd English, then with said jj E 30 poles ,0 n certain Monday, the 27th day ol December, 191o, line S. partially loaded, will bo permitted to No. 60, page 245," or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so order- at one o clock p. m., or thereabout lime stone with a targe post onk ns a proceed to lower lake ports. Tar E 62 poles to a W The So Tar the farmers are unaffected, ed to be made. For the purchase price, (being County Court day), upon de-n pointer, then N or credit of six months, the following stone, then S 35"! E 21 poles to a but as there is uncertainty as to the the purchaser, with approved surety must execute bond, bearing scribed property, white onk on the side of the road, then length to which tho Dominion govern- securities, leiml interest from the dav of sale until Uegtnnlng at a stone near a large N Tid E. 4 poles to n stone, then S ment, at the Instance of the mother paid, and having the force and effect of chestnut tree at the northeast corner nf The E. 21 poles to a white onk on the jROvernment, may go, grain men make a Judgment. and extending side of the road, then N. 5634 W Lien retained to secure the college campus purchase money. Bidders thence N. E. 24. 50 chains to a stake; poles to n stone with a double black fito attempt to conceal their anxiety. payment of They have many important orders to will be prepareu 10 comply prompuy thence S. 10f E 7 9O chains to twin oak as a pointer, then S. 35?.f E. 59 poplars; thence S. 36 E. 3 84 chains to poles to a stone, the corner of the one fill before the end of the month and with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost a stone; thence S. 334 W. 27 .'4 chains fourth acre lot laid off as a graveyard, as only a few days remain before the to a stone near a gate; thence N. 53;4 then with a line thereof N f6J' 'E 7 expiration of these trade agreements, 97 37W. 12 20 chains to a stake near wainut poles to a stoue, then S 35' E 6 vai,U), commissioner. great. anxiety is CARRIE h. DOWELL, Deputy. tree; thence N. tf W. 10 88 chains to poles to a stone, then S s6,'.t W 7 The grain men are disconcerted bethe beginning, containing in all sti'z poles to a stone, then b. i b V.15 acres, and being the same lands con- poles to the beginning. Out ot said cause no previous knowledge of the W. Hughes and wife to O. 347 acres is excepted the further tract veyed by government's Intention had been given SALE. E. rloya J. ueeu aatea iNovetnoer 9, of 12 acres and 16 poles, which Is by them. The seizures were made only a COMMISSIONER'S Ueginnlng at a 1911, and recorded in Deed Book (H, bounded as follows; short time before midnight, and Inpage 186 in the office of the County post oak in Adklsson's line, corner to formation was conveyed to dealers Court Clerk ot Breckinridge countv, A. S English, then with his line S here in telegraphic messages from Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Kentucky. I59i E 4i poles to a rock and black agents at points at the heads of the Chas. H. Drury, Guardin of Or sufficient thereof to produce tne oak, then N. 50,' E 44 poles to a rock, Kindly uso this blank in renewing your subscription. sums of money so ordered to be made. between a hickory and black oak, then Carrie D. Frakes. PI'H. Equity lakes. These messages contained the Please oxumino tho label on your paper. If your subscription For the purchase price, the purchaser, N 354 poles v. 45 po;es to a rock In Against information that railway companies U due, tho Editor will npprcciato payment. with approved surety or secutities, Adklsson's line In the road, then with having thousands of loaded cars In Breckinridge County Fair J 3735. must execute bond, bearing legal in his line S. $6 W. 44 poles to the be Association, &c, Deft. various yards had been forbidden to from the day of sale until paid, ginning leaving to be conveyed herein By virtue of a Judgment and Order terest unload. of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit uourt, and having tne force and effect of a 17? acres more or less and the amo.int The assurance that the government rendered at October Term thereof, judgment. Lien retained to secure tobesold herein taking out the above ex does not contemplate the seizure of 1015, in the above cause, for the sum payment ot purcnase money, muuers ceptions is 172 acres more or less. Or THE BKECKENHIDGE NEWS, ingrain now In the elevators of western ol 81,200 00 with interest irom uci. du, will be prepared to comply promptly sullicient thereof to produce the sums I'or of money so ordered to be made. Canada, or under the control of farm- 1q12. credited bv $72 00, paid Decern with these terms. Ky. purchaser,with ers, relieved the anxiety of the grain ber 22. iqH; also the further sum of $3 Approximated debt, interest and cost, the purchase price, thesecurities, mut 70'J.SO. LEE WALLS, approved suretv nnd $1,200 00 with Interest from Sept, 0th, ISnelo.-e-d find $ , which apply to my submen somewhat, but the prediction is Commissioner. execute bond, hearing legal Interest of 0 p r I9I3, with interest at made that, nevertheless the action cent per annum from the rate Carrie L. Dowell, Deputy. scription ticcount. from the day of sale until paid, aud the dates above "will cause the ruin of many grain having the force and effect 01 a Ke name, until paid, and all costs herein, nlevln bond, Lien retained to secure houses. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the payment of purchase money. Hldders It Is understood that there remains courthouse door in Hardinsburg, to the Namk be prepared SALE. will these terms, to comply promptly 150,000,000 bushels of wheat for sale highest bidder, at public auction, on COMMISSIONER'S with in western Canada. the 27th day of December, 1915, Monday, Approximated debt, interest nnd cost 234 VI. AnwtKss, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout UrtcM-nridgLEE WALLS, Commissioner. Circuit Court, Kentucky fhaincr Countv Court dav). UDon a Make Your Own Healing CAKRIE L. DOWELL. Deputy Equity credit of six, twelve and eighteen I. IJ. Kichardson, Plaintiff No. Acainst Remedy at Home. months, the following aescriueu prop erly, Jabe Wilkersonaud others, Dfts.J 3639, Stop That Bark A certain tract of land, consisting of Hy virtue ot" a Judgment and Order about 4:! acres, lying and being In of Sale of Hrecklnriuge Circuit vjourt, You Buy a 50c bottle of Farris Healing nriTklnridire countv. State of Ken with "Perslar White Pine and Spruce .May Remedy, add to it a pint of Linseed OH tucky, and about one mile from the rendered nt cause,term thereot, i'.ilj, in Balsam," the cough medicine that for the sum of one the above at the to make a healing oil, or add to it a Tnii'n nf Hardinsliunr. on said land is nundred and r dollars, elrnnfpH nnA flranH Rfrnnd. Fair by $.".0 paid February 20, i907;credited does the work. 25c at Wedding's $16 89 pound of lard or a pound of vaseline to Stables, and other Fair buildings and paid January 21, 190U; 3 paid Septem Drue Store. make an ointment, You will then improvements ana is useu anu Known If so, get Your Commer1OU9; $8 January 2, i!Ul; ber have sixteen ounces of the Healing ns "The Fair Grounds" of said associ $10 25, April 25,paid $2.08 p.iid Inly HENRY FORD'S PEACE MISSION 1UU; pid cial Supplies from this Said oroDertv having been Remedy for harness and saddle galls, ation. $28 04 paid December 21, lOll conveyed to said association by C. Vic HI. 1011; t of II percent, Overflow Provided For on Good Ship Office. at tne rate barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any Kobertson, on 2nd day of May, lgOO, with day of JanOscar II. hurt or sore where the skin is broken. by deed recorded in Deed Hook 58, per annum from the Hlihand ull costsStandard .series duplicate 1OO8, until paiu, order u.irv. Positively guaranteed the best made. Dree 481. see said deed for mete's and herein, I shall proceed to offer for side When in Now York, Nov. 29. So many perbooks with carbon paper 150 leaves bounds said deed recorded in Hreckln at the Court House uoor tu tlurulns sons want to ro on Henry Ford's peaco By so doing you Make it at home. OHlrp. HardltlS rlnirn Hnimtv flnT-lf- ' 25c highest bidder, ut Public shli that cuhlu accommodation is alhave $2.0(1 worth for 50c. For sale at burg, Kentucky. Or sullicient thereof burg, to the Receipt books, large sue, 100 leaves Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. in itrnfliif-- thf sunns nf mnnpv so order Auction, 011 ready heliiK hooked on tho Scandinavian-AmeMonday, the 27th day ot December, 1915, price 25c; small sue 10c; 50 leaves liner Frederick VIII, for ed to be made. For the purchase ut one o'clock p. m,, or thereabout, rican price, tne purcnaser, wun approveu (being County Uourt i3a ), upon a tho overflow from the good ship 5c POINT surety or securities, must execute credit of six months, the following do Oscar II. SCORES SCHMIDT e I'romisory Notes, 50 bond, bearing legal interest from the scribed property, to wit: It Is not the actual numliors that the leaves; price, per book Copy of Bridgemen's Magazine Ex- day of sale unUl paid, and having Lien A tract of land I) lug in llreckinridge mako a second peaco transport Ineviforce and effect of a Judgment. county. State of Kentucky, on the cluded as Evidence In Trial. 25 retained to secure payment of pur waters of Sinking Creek, uud is a part table; it's the trouble making arrangeItn lr Vi3oa mnnnu niilrlwrfi Ull ments. Nothing could bo moro asLos Angeles, Cal., Dec. 6. AttorGood Rooms for $1 a Day 1 of the tract ot land that James S Sim tonishing Deed neys for Mathew A. Schmidt, on trial pared to comply promptly with these mons and Sophia Simmons, his wife, than the number of invited Send your deeds to us to be covered for the murder of Charles Hagerty, terms. nurchased of H L. und Ella Hook and guests who cannot go themselves but Approximated debt, Interest and cost lames Yutsler. on the 15th day of No who know people that Mr. Ford ought two covers with staples for one of twenty men killed when the l'ine Dining Room with Hxcellcnt vember 1001, which is on record In tne really, In Justice, to himself nnd his Los Angeles Times building was $,77U,U WALLS, Commissioner. 5 LEE Hrecklnridge County Llerk's othce in enterprise, to take nlong. There apService and I.ow Prices blown up Ave years ago, obtained a CAKKIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. Deed Hook No. 55. page 1)1, aud for pears also to ho a considerable num10c Deeds, 3 ruling from the court barring from further reference see James Yutsler evidence a copy of tho Bridgemen's Heal Kstnte nnd Chattel Mortgages, deed, etc . and Is bounded and tie ber of Inhabitants of tho United States Magazine, published by tho internatwo for scribed as follows, to wit: Ueginnim! who were not Invited to sail. These thoughtful persons are sendMeets Trains tional Association of Bridge and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. at u stone thence N. 82 degrees E. :i0 Free Auto-B5 poles to a stone; thence N. 17 degrees ing telegrams to Mr. Ford. Most of Structural Iron Workers, which conTension Certificates, three for E 6S ooles to a stou' ; thence N. 5s I: them are promptlv Invited to go on tained an offer of reward for tho apTurkish and Electric Baths 1' poles to a stone; tlieuce N. 68 tho trip, nnd so far as known not a 10 prehension, of bomb placers. Hrecklnridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. 53 degrees W. I!0 poles to stone; thence single ono had declined. magaztno was of tho (Issue of Henry Walz, Executor of j Tho 12 sheets of Typewriter Toper, lin 13 decrees E. 100 poles to the begin S tie- - i WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS April, 1908, and contained an adver- Hnrv T. Hallman. en, legal ske, price nlng, containing 30 ucres (thirty ucres) Plaintiff. Eqly.No.3460 IU 'IC Ur IC3i OHHI ICUl C141C tisement of tho Wisconsin Bridge ceased, 5 Against Ink: exclusively company, offorlng $500 reward for Into Silas Wllkerson and Holiday Cards, Folders rrinted Stationery iucluditiggState Abby Wilkerson. Same purchased of leading to the conviction I. D. Hodgklns, Defeud't J formation ), .. and Envelopes. incuts and Sale Hooks. Hy virtue of a Judgment and Order ames h Slmmoni unu wlte by deed of' the persons responsible for a of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, dated November 10, lOOl, recorded in Ungraved cards, 50 with new plate bomb explosion at Clinton, la., in rendered at October term thereof, IOI5, Deed Hook No. f5 at page 454. Hreck piaie, script, price February, 1908. Persons seeking an attractive line of in the above cuuse, lor the sum ui lnridge Couutv Court Clerk's othce. nml kiut11tv.liuH flflllr.rK. Or sufficient thereof to produce the engraved nnd embossed holiday cards, I Kruu Innr1rr1 II kl till. V HUH f I.- IflUTO. with Interest at tne rule of uer sums of money so ordered to be made folders, notes and envelopes for the comHIGHEST PRICES PAID Printing new cards from old plate day of For the purchase price, the purchaser, ing season should send their orders to to ,cent. per unnum from the Health Owes Her Good loo for Rtmlttanc Mailtd on Dar paui, i mi uu costs with approved surety or securities must Mav, lvio, until Shipment U Received office. It of. Chamberlain's Tablets. herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale execute bond, bearing leuul interest The llreckenridge News Iim fVii.rt limit,, flnnr In llnriHns. from the day of sule until paid, uud fers a wide range of styles from which n No Commission to Pay Mail orders filled promptly. "I owe my good health to Chamber- burg, to the highest bidder, ut Public having the force and effect of a replev to make n selection, and is making n Write for Price Lht end secure Lieu lain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G. Auction, on 27th dav ol December. 1915. In bond. purchaseretained to Hldders pay proposition to .customers that should Shipping Tag will money. Mnndav. the ment of "Two years Neff, Crookston, Ohio. attractfve. at oue o'clock p. m., or thereabout be prepared to comply promptly with prove M. Sabel & Sons ago I was an Invalid due to stomach (being County Court day), upon a these terms. EtUkluVW ISSt lacerportUj Approximated debt, Interest and cost trouble. I took three bottles of these credit of six and twelve months, the To-da- y. $108 53. LEE WALLS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Tablets and have since been In the best following described property, Commissioner. Situated, lying and being In Hreckln- health. Obtainable everywhere, mm m tm mmm mm mi m a mm a m UUHIINIUN UltAIN COMMISSIONER'S SALE. TRADE STOPPED DO NOT LEX J 2-- 3 - to-w- it Louisville or Owensboro get all of the Christmas trade. Let the people of Breckenridge county know what is in your store and that you want their trade good enough to work for it. Reach the people through our advertising columns. The Breckenridge News 1 lf December American Magazine 53-1- . to-w- -- i' S K Fifth Wheel; J rig an of the Jtoelries; Emerson's Christmas Wild Duck Itabits Faets About Interesting Peovle Etiquette of Motoring 1 1 .(' k TO SUBSCRIBERS RENEWAL ORDER "1 t; STOP Are a Thorough fifty-fou- Business Man? Gait House inti-res- n Louisville European Plan Price Price High-grad- Cents Covers Cents for Cents us 11 Cents Cents !..,. t- W (1 $1.25 $1.00 Jno.D.Babbagc Cloverport, Ky. t: of Subscribe IOC IOC IOC hoc noi GET IN AHEAD OF THE RUSH! Stropping Today CThese will be busy days from now on till Christmas. Begirt Your Christmas place in town where you can find such an assortment. Towels a nice present for somebody. Christmas Ribbons and Slippers for Christmas presents; slippers Blue 5c Red $1.25 holiday novelties smaller. Every day the crowds will be bigger and the assortment of Get your list of "needed things" ready and bring it tq us as we are prepared to supply all Gloves and Handkerchiefs Large assortment of dainty styles, selected for Christmas Gifts; embroidered corners at 19c, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Nice line of Women's Hosiery Buster Brown in fine silk, plain or fancy; they come in Black, White and Fancy colors; priced at 15c to $1.00 Men's Handkerchiefs for Christmas gifts; hemstitched; all linen 15c and 25c your wants. Christmas Novelties in Petticoats in best Taffeta silk at prices from $1.00 to $5.00 Joy Land For the Little Ones A great display of Christmas dolls. Come and bring the children and let them pick out whit they want Old Santa Clans to bring them. No other - Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings tor Men all-wo- Neckwear for Ladies and Gents. Men's Nobby, Suits priced low for the holidays at $8.50 to $17.50. Boys suits, with knee pants; something very stylish at $2.48 and $6.50 ol Make Your Headquarters with Us ED. F. ALEXANDER, IRVINGT0N Mrs. Kutu Uennett, of Hasin Springs, is the guest of Dr and Mrs. L. H. Moreman. Mrs. Lou Redman and son returned to Glasgow Friday after a visit with Mrs. l'idelia Galloway. Mrs. C. W. Hoard, Miss. Helen Hawes and children spent the week eud iu Owensboro. Mrs. Lum Smith and .Miss Kelt Smith were in Louisville Wednesday. I'aul Wilson, was in Hardinsburg Sunday. Mrs. W. J. 1'iggott was hostess to the W F. M. S. Tuesday afternoon. Ernest Galloway and family have returned to Louisville. J. L). Ashcraft and J. W. Massie, of Louisville, are on a hunting trip in the Custer neighborhood. Miss Essie Hlggs and Miss Millie Biggs will spend Christinas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Biggs. Chas. Blunford, of Bewleyville, 'was in town Friday. John Miles has returned from a two months stay at Hot Springs, Ark. Joe i'iggott, of Jackson, Miss., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I'iggott. Havden Bramlette has accepted a position with tne Irvington Hardware Company. Mrs. L. IS. Moreman and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sawyer were in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hany Major, of Louisville, are vUiting Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington, Double Springs. Rev. T. J Waue and Mrs. Wade spent the week end in Bewleyville. Mr. and Mrs. I'M McAfee visited friends in Cloverpoit Sunday. Roy J. Cain, of B;wleyvil!e, was in town Friday. "The Busy Store" Coy, of Bewleyville, were recent visitors of Miss Ruth Witt. Misses lone Wall, Bertie Raim and Harrison Hargan, of Vine Grove, spent with Misses Maud and the week-enMary Eleanor Scott. Mrs. Lewis Jenkins returned to Wooland Friday after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K S Dowel!. B, S. Clarkson's nephew, Ben Clark- son Hardaway, and sisters, Mesdames Kemper and Hardaway, spent Saturd IRVINGTON, KY. OUR M EAT Announcement from I I 1 I I I 1 i Goes Furtherest" Every woman knows there is a prcat difference in the lasting quality of meats. Poor roasts, steaks or chops, fat and tough, for instance, very rarely go into tbo refrigerator after the first attack upon them is over. Wc sell the kind that lasts Ileal Meat, selected with expert knowledge. day at Ettzabethtown. Mrs. Will Griffith spent Friday night and Saturday with mother, Mrs. Kate Kasey, at Vine Grove. Mr. Carter was in Louisville recently buying Christmas goods. Mrs. J. H, Meador In In Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. T. C. s. Breckinridge Loose Leaf ToI bacco Warehouse Co. By reason of the fact that the rainy weather of the past had very little effec.t on the tobacco in the way of softening it for stripping, we have postponed the opening of our floor until next of The Full Formula "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam" Is on the label so 'you can see what a good cough medicine it is. 25c at Wedding's Drug Store. Monday, December 6th and will Have the First Sale on Saturday, December 11th more pleasant weather it is expected that the crop soon will be in a position to put on the market, and there is no danger, it is believed, of there not being an ample amount of the product on the floor for the opening sale December 11th. By the late seasons we have every reason to believe that the growers will take more care in getting their product, classed for the sales. We are certain that this would pay very largely and inure greatly to the benefit of both the grower and the warehouseman. a Sipes' Meat Market, Irvington, Ky. STEPHENSP0RT. Dyspepsia Is America' curse. restore digestion normal weight, health and purify the blood, use dock Blood Hitters, Sold at all 00. stores. Trice 1 HARDINSBURG. I?o life is the mirror of king and ' Ti.s just what you are and do; Mrs. Will Pumphrey, of Cloverport, has been visiting relatives here the past week. A. X. Kincheloe, traveling salesman, G. A. Payne was In Hardinsburg is at home for a visit to his family. Friday. F. W. Peyton was in Louisville last Mrs. W. C. Chenault and daughter, week purchasing goods for his store. Elizabeth, of Kingswood, were the Mrs. James II. Gardner came home guests of friends here Tuesday. from Louisville Friday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Paulman is spending Mrs. A. N. Skillman delightfully en the winter with her daughter in tertained the Sans Souci Club at her Owensboro. home on Fourth street last Friday Mrs. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Sunday and Monday. Rev. J E. Meng will begin a series L. II. Conner, of Louisville, spent of meetings at the Baptist church next Sunday with his parents. Monday evening. Mrs. A. M. Miller, of Cloverport, Mr and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and is spending the week with friends. baby, Mary Louise, were the Sunday R. H. Bennett left Monday for guests of Mrs Lou Smith. To Frankfort to attend the inauguration. There was an open session of the good Kev. Russell Walker and Mrs. Bur- Literary Society at the High School Walker moved into the cottage vacated drug building Fiiday evening. An excellent by Mrs. Geo. Drlskall. We welcome program whs rendered by the ttudents. them in our midst. MUs Katie Eskridge, who teaches Miss Lelah B. Hawkins was the week music in Fordsville, and Miss Clara end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hamman, Uskridgi, of Garfield, spent the week in Cloverport. end with their mother, Mrs. Addie i e With the setting in of Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Incorporated HARDINSBURG, KY. Ekridge. slaves, Thsii give to the world the best you have. And the best will come back to you. Madeline Bridges. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McGary, of Kirk, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. John Kennedy on the pike. Miss Liunie Walls visited Miss Jane Lightfoot in Cloverport Friday. C. E. Haswell spent Saturday and Sunday with his family. Cy Moorman and Vic Pile have bought Mrs. Ethel Moorman's farm near Harned. Consideration $10,000. Mr. uud Mrs. Robert Kennedy, of McQuady, spent Sunday with ,Mr. and Mrs. James Kenuedy. Mrs. Nannie Adklssou has returned from n visit to relatives in Evansvllle, Mrs. W. J. Dieckman was in Clover- port shopping Tuesday. For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic OH the household remedy. Two sizes 25c ar.d 50c at all drug stores. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? I', M. Beard and daughter, Mi.'s Mary Franklin Beard, were in Louisville last week shopping. Dr. Joe Nomina, after an extended visit to his brother, Rev. J. I" Norman, has returned to his home in Chicago Mrs. Herbert Beard went to Louisville last Fiiday to be the guest ol Mrs. Rnscoe Severs. W. S Ball went to Hardstovvn tout-ten- d the marriage of his brother, Robt. H.ill, who is connected with the South-er- a Optical Co. Vic l'ile was the guest last week of Dr. Karl Moortimn in Jackson. Mr. and Mir. I'aul C'ompton were iu Louisville last week. Mary Kl'iabeth Williams Little Mi entertained a number of her friends luM Tuesday afternoon in honor of her AT THE OLD RELIABLE GARFIELD Joe Macy, who has been out West for the last year, is home again. Rev. Curl, of Amnions, after being the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Abb Bullock, hus returned home. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say Mh.s Pearl Belle Mattlnglv was the week end guest of Miss Lottie Macy, near town. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gilpin and chilguests of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman dren, of Irvington, attended church at Harned Tuesday. here Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Kmmet Horsley has moved to his farm Gilpin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton which he purchased from Truman Ta brown. a aaMaa iiiiiiniiiniiii mi bur. Mrs. K. A. Smith, who has been the Judge D. D. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell, guest of relatives here, returned to her No. 2 of Hardinsburg, attended the Ilaynes-LeGran- home in Stephensport Thursday. Corn wedding here Sunday. Mr. Eric LeGrand and Miss Mary Miss Nell Cashman was the guest of Huynes wero married Sunday morning before Mrs. Tom Gregory Sunday. at "0 o'clock bylhe Kv. G. N tundlff. Miss Lllllu Smith, of Harned, Is very A reception was given them at the HEST0N, WHIT WORTH & CO., low with typhoid fever, with but little home of her brother-i- n law; Charlie hope of her recovery. Dowell, and n large crowd of relatives Protracted meeting began at the and friends partooU of the elegant dinCumberland Presbyterian church here ner served. Saturday evening. The pastor, Rev. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind G. N. Cundiff, Is expecting Rev. Polk plies have yielded to Dean's Ointment. from Fulton, Ky,, tu help in the : Breckinridge Bank. This. Ind. Dr. Green, a returned missionary from Africa, gave views Sunday night of his work there. Dr. Green is a very interesting speuker. MisB Mildred Murray was the Sunday guest of her father, Gen. D. R. Mur CORN WANTED! Cumb. Pljone ray. Hoan's Hegulet's are recommended bi thday. by many who say they operate easily, Dr. Rutheiford, of New Albany, was withuut griping and without bad after h re Wednesday to see Mrs. James e fleets. 25s at all drug stores. Kennedy, who is confined to tier home with rheumatism. BIG SPRING. Dr. K. A. Lex, of Irvington, was Wednesday to ne Deputy County C ctrl; Ed Dillon, who is confined to his Miss Mary Eleanor Scott returned li me with typhoid fever. home Saturday, after a visit with her Miss Margaret Peyton is at home sister, Mrs. Will Miller, at Vine Grove. Hher making an extended visit in Misses Maggie Blanch Jolly, liettle Lee Jolly, Bertha Koote and Chas. Mo o 20,000 Bushels of White Ear, Shucked. Wanted After November 25. See us ' selling. Phone or write Hardinsburg, Ky. 60c at all stores, Subscribe Today