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The Breckenridge news: December 15, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915121501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 15, 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 BRECKENRiDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S ' VOL. XL GETS T Modern Woodmen of America to Hold District Meeting in This City Next July. FINE MEETING IN OWENSBORO The Fourth Kentucky District Dele gates of the Modern Woodmen of Ow ensboro, held a very successful meeting In that place Wednesday, December 8, at the Y. M. I. hall. Representatives attended from all the districts An address was presented tv J' A. Carbon, of Owensboro, who addressed them on Woodcraft, or its purposes and its accomplishments, and was received with great interest by all the delegates. Other addresses were given by J. D. Gibbert, Supreme Organizer Ralph Johnson, of Nebraska, and State Deputy J. W. DeHart, of Louisville. The convention went on record as indorsing and wilting to assist in every As way possible the sociation of the State and its fight on tuberculosis. Committees were ap pointed in each county of the district to represent the order i.i stamping out the dread disease. Cloverport was won out for the district meeting of the Woodmen for the next meeting in July. Those who attended from here were: Owen Berry, Hudson Bohler, Calvin Robinson, Earl Bohlet and Ollle Clark. FIT TO PRINT. 10 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1915. NEW JOUNDRY To be Finished in About Pages No. 24 CLOVERPORT IS REPUDIATED BY GERMANY Disavows Rinlolen, Under Ar- HARDINSBURG. The whole world, without nrt and dress, Would he but one great wilderness Ami mankind but a savage herd, For all that nature has conferred: This does but roughen and design, Leaves art to polish and refine. Days. Month. Fifteen Splendid Report This Do You Read Labels? Domestic ncionco teachers and food authorities are urging the housewife to carefully read the labels on all food articles. Tho laws of most States compel food manufacturers to urint tho ingredients 'of their products llutler.o The Cloverport Boat nnd Mfg Co a splendid business for this month. The company is building n large, building 30x120 with two annex buildings to be used for a blacksmith shop and a boiler room, each being When the building Is 34x30 and 30x22 finished the foundry and machine shops will be installed, all under one roof. The arrangements of the plans and plant and the location on the river front will make it one of the best boat building plants along the Ohio river. Having a foundry in connection they can quickly The foundry repair a disabled boat. ill be finished and ready to begin work in about fifteen days. rt coin-odio- rest In London, FIGURE IN WALL STREET LODIBURG. Sam Brown, who has been in Illinois far the past month, returned home Sunday. We were glad to see Wilbur Keys at Lodiburg Saturday; the first time for nine months. Miss Ice Johnson, of Raymondr is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Grayson Payne, this week. Richard Basham, of Henderson, visited hts grandmother, Mrs. Richard Basham, who is very low. J. F. Brown has moved to Sam to crop with him. Winfield Hendry, of Fordsville, came down Sunday for a few days' hunt. Clyde Gibson, of Missouri, Ernest Gibson, of Alabama, and Huett Gibson, of Bowling Green, will be at home Christmas to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson. Mrs Wallace Parks, of Frvmire, spent one day last week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin. We are sorry to hear of the illness of James Hall, of Union Star. Mrs. Davis Bandy and baby, of Louisville, visiteJ Mr. and Mrs. June Bandy recently. Miss Blanch Robertson vi ited Mrs. Wallace Parks at Fryraire last week. Edison Gibson has a position In Cali fornia pnying him $120. Mrs. Mary C. Adkisson, who had a stroke of paralysis on Friday evening, December 3, is a little better at this writing. Shu is now able to talk, at first she had to write. The stroke was the left side. Her only sister, Mrs. Florence Estelle, of Louisville, has Mrs. been at her bedside continually. T N. McGlothlan, ot Irvington, Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, and Mrs. H. C. Haddock were to see her list week. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Kincheloi were guests of Mrs. Mary Adkisscn Sunday. The heirs of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Payne sold the home place near Mystic to S. W. Davis. Baptist Church Notes. Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Preaching, first and third Sundays by Rev. Couch. B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening's begin- ning at 6:30. A Sunbeam Band has been organized with an enrollment of twenty six members. They will meet the first aua third Sunday's in each month at 3 p. m. at the church. Mrs. Chas. Hamby is the leader. The B. Y. P. U. gave a social Friday evening in the reception room at the church. Retires Full of Honors. An exchange truthfully observes when James B. McCreary retires from the office of governor this week he will do so as full of honors as he is' of years. No man has been In public life so long, and has been a gentleman and a man of honor under all conditions that and circumstances. ger. Danville Messen- Slated For a Good Job. We understand our old friend, Editor. Shinnick, of the Shelby vllle Record, Is slated for a gocd job under the Stanley administration. No paper In Kentucky did better work for the new executive, nor did Owsley Stanley ever have a more devoted friend than is Ed Shin-nicHis appointment would please every newspaper man in Kentucky. k. Danville Messenger. Pie Supper at Harned. There will be a pie supper at the Harned School House Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, for the benefit of the library. Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. Looked Upon as Head of Various Gerisville., man Schemes In Ar'erlca Career Prof. Diehl spent the weekend in In United States Subject of Federal Louisville. Grand Jury Probe. Mr. and Mrs. John (VKcily, Jr , are Washington, Dec. 13. Germany has receiving congratulations on the arrival officially repudiated Franz Illntelen. of a son last Saturday. the German now under arrest In LonHoward Hook is nt home from a visit don, who was charged with having to Louisville. financed the plots and Mrs. Hilary Mattingly, after a three conspiracies In (his country. The repudiation was made In tho weeks visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. form of an official statement given out Henry, left for her home in Terre at the German embassy by Count von Haute, Iud , Friday. Hernstorff, tho German nmbassador, Miss Margaret McGary, of Kirk, was acting on direct Instructions from the guest of Mrs. Mattie Tcaff last WedBerlin. The statement is: nesday. German government entirely "The Judge J. R. Layman, of Elizabeth-towdisavows Mr. Franz Ilintelen and was here and held court Friday especially wishes to say that it is sued no Instructions of any kind that and Saturday to try a bridge case. would have led him to violate AmeriMr. and Mrs. Pal Garner, of Madrid, can laws." were in town Friday and Saturday, figIllntelen, who was a prominent Mrs. John May, of Columbus, Ohio, is ure In Wall street nt the time the conspiracies were the guest of her mother, Mrs. Rachel various Hubert De- afoot, was generally looked upon as Dejarnette, and brother, a personal friend of Kaiser Wllhelm Jaruette. and as having been the head of variMrs. Russell Comptoti will entertain ous schemes to further German pro- the San Souci Club Friday afternoon paganda. Among other things he Andrew Driskell, who teaches at was charged with being the backer was at home Saturday and Sunof the proposed Huerta uprising in Mexico, tho purpose of which was to day. Mr, Driskell will teach a normal embarrass the United States govern- as soon as his public school closes. ment. Miss Lillie Smith died of typhoid He was arrested In London under fever at her home In Harned last Tuesan alias, corresponding to tho name day and was buried in Scott graveyard set forth In the passport which he Wednesday afternoon. Rev. C. L carried. It Is charged that he previ ously endeavored to procure an Amer- Uruington conducted the funeral services ican passport In the name of John V at the Methodist church. Dr. Lex, of Irvington, Gates, a matter 'Into which the fedhas rented eral grand Jury In New York Is now part of Teaff's store and will open up a Inquiring. drug store. Coming as it does on the recall of Vic Pile went to Harned, Garfield and Captains floy-Eand von Papen of of the the German embassy sfaff, whose Mook Friday in the interest Hardinsburg Milling Co activities In various Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinch schemes made them objectionable to the United States, the repudiation ot eloe went to Lodiburg Sunday to see Rlntelen at the express direction of Mrs Mary Adkisson, who is seriously the Berlin government Is believed to ill. reflect a determination on the part ot Miss Neva Miller, of Harned, was the the German government to dloasso-datguest Saturday of Miss Kathleen Tucker. Itself entirely from these variMrs. Sarah Snyder, of Garfield, has ous plots. returned to her home, after being the guest of her sister, Mrs. Watliugtoii. Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. Veu Withers, of Kirk, I have just opened an office with Dr. spent Sunday with Mrs. F.thel Moor Owen fur the practice of medicine and man near Harned. Will appreciate n share of surgery your p.lronage. Call ami &ee me, Quarantine Raised. Lel't. get acquainted. Liverv stable aga'n open for business, Dr. F. M Jackson. quarantine raised Tuesday, December 14, I9IU. The stable and all its apartChristmas Services. ments have been thoroughly disinfected At the Cloverport Methodist church as required by law, and is now ready to the Christmas services will be held take care of its former trade. Sunday, December I9. The Christmas Dr. K. Kunneckf, D. V. M. sermon will be Sunday morning by Rev. l'aul S. Powell and Sunday evening Notice. Christmas carols will be rendered by the The quarantine having btea lift cl choir, from our suhle, ami it and all of its d n a John IMwards Skillmau was the guest last week of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Skillmaii C. L. Heard has goife to Atlanta, Ga , on a business trip. George l'eyton.and sister, Mrs. Alec Dent have returned from a visit to Lou- consumers to distinguish healthful foods from those which may bo on tho label, and this enables doleterious. High-grade made .to of pure cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Royal Baking Powder is a typo of tho highest grade. It is healthful beyond a doubt and the safest and best baking powdor3 aro use. The low-gra- de include cream of phosphate. are made from alum, a mineral acid salt, or phosphate of lime.. Consumers can learn the character of the baking powder by referring to the label, which oust state whether the contents baking powders tartar, alum or ROYAL BAKING POWDER New York CO. Elbert Compton, 12 years old, who was handling a 32 caliber pistol. The ball lodged ill his right shoulder and while the wound is very painful it is not thought to be serious. Dr. Joe Matthews, of Harned, and Dr. J E Kinch-loof Hardinsburg, were called and removed the ball. Mrs. Lucretia Simmons, of Louisville, was the guest of her sisters, Mesdames. Sam Kennedy and Jim Allen, last week. Ilillie llullock, who lived near High Plains, died November 10 nnd was buried here the ith. Funeral services were conducted from the liaptist church by Rev G. N. Ciiiidiff. Mrs. Hark Allen, of llrandenburg, Mrs. F.mma Chism and daughter, Miss hilith Chisin, and Percy Gleason, of Wolf Creek, attended the funeral of Ilillie llullock, and were guests of Mr and Mrs. Abb llullo;k. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gray, of Custer, were.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Gray Sunday. 1 e, WHITJJIFTS For the King Beautiful Christ-ma- s Entertainment Will Be Given by the Methodist Sun- day School. The Methodist Sunday School of Cloverport will observe Christmas with the entertainment, "White Gifts For The King." Instead of the members receiving their annual treat, they are going to give something to the Sunday Some will render music, a School. class may give gilts for the poor, another may pledge an offering for missions, u member will bring n new member. One class of a hundred members was known to pledge n dollar each, and give 100 dollar bills to the church expense fund. The evetiiug the gifts are made the cnure.li is beautifully decorated and special music rendered. Miss Edith Plank is chairman of the following committee: Miss Margaret Hutu, birthday secretary; Mrs. Helen Adams and Mrs. Shelby Conrad, literatim; Misses Susette Sawyer anil Mary McGavock, entertainment; Miss Hibc.ige, missionary; Miss Louise Habbage, church decorator and literature. Bear This in Mind. Couch best medxlne in the market for colds and croup," says Mrs. Albert r.losser, Lima, Ohio. Many o:hers are uf the same opinion. Obtainable everywhere. Remedy by ''I consider Cnaiuberlatn's far the Mil-drc- il Entertainment at Guston. On December I81I1, at 7:30 1. 'clock, Tile Young People's Club of Guston, will give a pluv, "Two 4t a Kind," and o eietta "The alo a humorous Spinster's Club" for the bunt fit of the Guston I!utist church. Admission, 20 eetiu; children under twelve, 10 cents; inner five, free. .Wl . Notice. Dr. R. I Stepheiuon will be In his office at Mephensport regularly after January 1, 1916. to practice his profession. Prompt attention will be given to all patients who call at his office. IKJl Irvington Pharmacy Store The Drug That Saves You Honey! upirtments having bren thoroughly young attorney of disinfected us intuited by law, under Hardinsburg, uud a nephew of Dr. the direction and supervision of Dr. R. Milton Hoard, has teen given a posi- P. Kunntcke, Couuty Vttlnary and tion in the treasurer's office under Mr. Live Stock Insptctor, we are now in a Goodpasler. Mr. Monarch Is a worthy position to take cure of our former young man and his' appointment is sat- trade and we respectfully solicit same. Hardinsburg Livery e isfactory to his many Irieiids in county. Mr. Monarch will make good unci take care ol his job. S. 11. Monarch, a Ureek-enrldg- Gets Appiontment. 'l 0 Public Sale! Saturday, Dec. 18, 1915! At the residence of the late Milt Miller in Hardinsburg, I will sell at Public Auction all of the unsold Personal Property, including 1,500 bushels of Corn, Household Furniture, GARFIELD. See Our Ad on Page 8. The Children will get Plenty of Toys Wants Indian Suit. Dear Old Santu: I am a little boy three years old and I want you to bring me an Indian suit, a pistol, drum and Hie crackers. I would like to have b(.ino candy and" fruit too. Please dou't foigst mama, also my little cousin, Marghret Perkins, who live In bait Lake City. Be sure and come. Yuur Ka mond Lee Wilson, little boy, Miss Lillie Smith died at her home in Harned November 8 anil was buried at the Scott cemetery November 9. Misses Mary Ann and Martha Harned were week end guests of their parents, Dr. E. C. Harned and Mrs. Harned. Mrs. James McCoy and little daugh ter, Ethel McCoy, of Uarued were guests of Mrs. V W Smith last week. Mrs. Sarah Snider, of Woodrow, was the guest of her niece, Mrs. V. II. Mattingly, last week. Miss Ileulalt Comptoti is visiting relatives in Louisville and Indianapolis. Evangeline Tinliis, of Custer, and Ozzle Davis, of Woodrow, are visiting Lottie Whit worth. Mrs. Rebecca Aldrich has gone to Louisville to spend the wiuter. Miss Pearl llullock is the guest of Mrs. Dilde Slugleton In Stephensport Rufus Tabor, he seven year old son of Truman Tabor, was accidently shot last Thursday morning by his uncle,1 Want Lots of Fruit. Dtar Santa Cluus: I will write you a few liues to let you know whut 1 want 1 am nine years pld, for Chiiitmub. and want you to bring me some candy, orangts, batauas and mislns. Don't forget ray little sister and brother and bi lug ray brother lots ot candy. ou can bring ray it in his wagon, uud little sister just whut you bring me. Don't forget grandma and grandpa. Your little girl, Edna H. Laslle, Kirk, Ky. Santa Claus' letters continued next and many other articles of various kinds. 0 A Kodak a toy with a serious purpose, a source of pleasure and the means of a childhood record that v;ill gather interest with the years. is something more never-ending Sale to start at 1:30 p.m. Sharp Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. DORA B. MILLER Administratrix of o We do the printing and developing for you Hilt Miller, Deceased. l te Zti2!)VJi xitf "jLZ K5 3 fc i I CLOVERPORT'S CHRISTMAS STORE! rx wishes to every reader, Santa Claus J5 I for 1915. It is a revelation in pleasing and appropriate gifts. Everything to please the little folks, as weli as P the big ones, can be found here. Some of the things we enumerate but it is impossible to give a full list. Be- 5& . J eany in oraer to gee cne gins you nave m mum. gin TENDERING our best i 1 is i pleased to invite your attention to our holiday line i Choose From This List! I Jewelry, Handketchiefs, Clocks, Bibles, Mirrors, Scrap Books, Collar Boxes.' Cnnrile 1 Come to Cloverport to do 1 Your Christmas Buying! 8 TOYS till the This 3 ever ii A. wo lit. M ink Christmas Tree. Ml w 5L Assembled We Have Fill up the Christ-ma- t Stocking UcAte.WJ.W ajj ' i V?L licst dcp:ii tmunt is wo nun: a irooai iissori- niniit mill miri to (leliolit lie folk.-- . 3 I Dolls ot all Kinds, Banks, Steam Eng- ines, Wagons, Metis, Sulky Carts.Toy Beds, w rin tic limine ) Train I VJ Mill f on Track, Stoves, Watches, Toy Pistols, Magic Lanterns, Hechanical Toys, Horns, Autos, Shoo Fly, Air Ships, Baby Swings, Hoving Picture Machines, Erectors. W fc? v a good variety of Novelties of various kinds, and we feel sure you will have no trouble in making your selections Jardiniers, Vases, nusic Carriers, Shaving Mirrors, flanicure Sets, Puff Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Ink Wells, Nut Cracked Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Ivory Sets, China and Glassware, Pin Trays, Ash Trays, Thirrbles, Work Baskets, I I Etc., Etc. Water Sets, STORY BOOKS! Nothing affords, more pleasure than a story book; we have a splendid assortment; something in this department to suit almost anybody. This year Santa Claus has added more Books than ever, and it's a better line than heretofore. Brass Goods, Etc., Etc. This season we have many new things in Buy While Assortments Are at Their Best Nuts and Fine Candies! Burnt Peanuts, Cqcoanut Almonds, Harlequin Jellies,- Cream Wafers, Southern Beauties, Maplelines, Candy Cubes, Chocolate Wafers, Chocolate Peanut Clusters, Chocolate Macaroons, Figoletts, Elite Creams, Maple Blocks, PeerCo-coan- FANCY WORK These can be easily mailed to Friends. Out-of-Town 1 Every Article a Suitable Present! Fruits, Dates, Figs, Malaga Grapes, 5M Oranges, Bananas, Etc. 10c 3 "Our EXTRA SPECIAL , Pillow Tops, Sewing Bags, Table Covers, Beaded Bags, Etc. Sweet Grass Bags, Leather i Novelties, New Combination 10c Sets. i Center Pieces, Table Runners, ut less Squares, Cream Dates, Eastern excellent shape, and whilo we Imvc neventl hundred pound-'it will bo well for you to look after your wants several dtiys before Christmas, in order to got your share. is in n most dimly Department Good Things to Eat I Celerv. Cranberries. Plum Puddinsr. SchrimD. Olives, Pickles, Cocoa, Asparagus, Piemintos, Fish Flake, Salad Dressing, Preserves, Apple I Butter, Mince Heat, Peanut Butter, Raisins, Currants, Citron, and many other good things Chestnuts, Dutchess Gum Drops, Dipped Cream Kisses, Cocoanut Bon Bons. I I I UUFV The Biggest, Finest, Sweetest Pound of Candy you ever tasted for i fif -- f v-- r II UU - 1 I 11 mm We have a large line of Appropriate Presents for gift-givin- g; to eat. Here be found a vast array of items sure to please. But come. r will IS I UN UUIIIlKCI i nothing lacking; you will find what you want. Lots of Games of All Kinds. t FIREWORKS! We have a big assortment of these goods to please the grown folks as well as the little ones Many nice new Novelties in 3 vLw Neckwear, Mufflers, Vc"A ilnvc.. Umbrellas. Sus- m panders Smoking Sets, Combination Sets, Silk " Christmas Tags, Stick ers and Holly Boxes JEWELRY! In this-line yfiS SyJ1: .... v .... you will be able to find appro- - Bags, Trunks, Mats, Caps, Belts, Underwear, Shirts, House Slippers, Etc., Etc. FURS, MUFFS priate gifts for all the family. M Hnhhv Hnrcpc Dnrlrintr Happop i$ 3 at TOY PIANOS! BUY NOW! Sleds, Doll Cradles, Doll Chairs, and Many Other. Items Suitable for Christmas. 9 8 For the Right Present, for the Right Person, at the Right Price, Come Right to us. Dot Not Fail to See Our Splendid Assortment and Take Advantage of the Inducements Offered. Y 8 r TAf TF J(r DDA rlrAmM ::::::::: IVr 4l the expenditure of the road funds in the You and Your Children are Cordially Invited to come to Peyton & Rhodes' and see their Christmas Presents for all the family. Marked down at the lowest prices. Let the children see the big stick of candy weighing 100 pounds. variom district mid the approximate balance due each district yet to be cx pctidcd. On motion duly made, seconded nnd carried, I) I) , Dowell, county judge, is authorized to have the county privy cleaned, nml n sufficient amount of money is hereby appropriated to pav for . same. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered by the court that an appropriation be allowed the County School Pair to be held in Hardlinburg, Ky., on October the 22nd, 1915, in the sum of Ten Dollars, same to be made payable to the Treasurer of said School New g X 5 W2P WJ JL ft 8 15 I have just completed my New Fair. I PEYTON & RHODES, New Masonic Building It by the court that oil claims allowed at this trrm of court be paif out of the 1915 levy. It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing claims be and they are hereby allowed: A.Mc Meador, jailer's lees itemized, &84.60. Joe Allen, taxes erroneously assessed 93 cents. C. M. Iteston, express on pauper coffin, 37 cents. Compton Bros., four pauper coffins, is ordered $24.00. Storeroom in the west end of the Crawford building, with 90 feet glass front, and will carry a full line of V, ' Hardinsburg, Ky. CORN WANTED! 20,000 Bushels of No. 2" White Ear, Shucked. Corn Wanted After November 25. See us before selling. Phone or write HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. Cumb. Phone St. Romuald's High School iiit'urpuruivu ' Hardinsburg, Kentucky High School Courses Preparatory 'Commercial Special advantages in Drawing and Wutur Colors. Excellent opportunities in Instrumental Music, Piano, Violin and weekly lessons in Sicht Singing Commercial Course includ.cs Palmer Method Penmanship, keeping, Typewriting and Stenography. Book- TERMS. MODERATE Hi A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE PROFITABLE Gets Repeat Orders A Good Flour For The Bakers Makes More and Better Loaves 1 I l8 ' Came Henry Dellavtn Moorman, formerly county judge of Breckinridge county, and requested of the Breckinridge County l'iscal Court that it vote upon the passage of the following resolution, viz: "Be it resolved by the Fiscal Court of Breckinridge county, Kentucky, that it is our opinion that there is no road law upon the statute o books Kentucky which practically fits the needs, demands and conditions of Breckinridge county; that this court am: our county favor an amendment to the present road law which will permit our county to avail itself of state aid, at least, so long as the money received from the state is applied on nu inter- county seat road,, under state supcrvi sion and reasonable regulation of the de partment, but to be applied either ir dirt work, grading and preparing there tore, or piKing, as uie Court may determine; and that said court further recommend an amendment, to the pres ent law, or the action necessary to the enactment of a new law, which will per mit a vote to be taken in any magiste rial district, of any county, desiring same, and the issuing of bonds by such district, or districts, under proper regu lation, in a reasonable and legal amount, for the purpose of the construction re pair and maintenauc of the public roads of such district, or districts, tinder state aid, and state supervision, or with the 'iscal Court's direction, as may seem best; and, further, that the present law be amended, or construed, so as to permit the construction of metal roads on a lasting and substantial basis, but on less expensive and extensive grades, pecifications and requirements; the purpose of these suggestions and this action being not intended as a criticism but simply a suggestion to get a road law more general, equitable and elastic in its application, and better adapted to and more easily ppplied in the poorer counties of the class in which Breckin ridge belongs. If districts could vote bonds, the suggestion as to .state aid would not be so urgent, but we believe a majority of the votes cast should con Hardware, Furniture and ft Undertaker's Stock. Come and see my New Store and new stock of goods. Clean V .9 0. 0 $ new stock, at prices that will suit you. v C. A. TINIUS Stephensport, Kentucky. 'WW WWW' XXXOOC9QOOQQQQQ&QC FOUNDJHE SAME? The Answer Is Found in the 3 Glen Dean Straightforward Statement of Owensboro Resident. We have been readjng week after week in the local press of Cloverport citizens who have been rid of distressing kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's Kidney Pills, and we have often won dered whether the same high opinion of this medicine is to be found in our neighboring towns This frank and earnest statement by a well known and respected resident of Owensboro will set this doubt at rest. Mrs. W. N. Bartlett, 620 Triplett St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "For a long time, I had nearly every symptom of kidney disease. My back ached terri bly and I did not sleep well. During the day I was nervous and in bed all the time My feet became swollen and I knew that I required a good remedy to cure me. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and they are the only medicine I I can will ever use for kidney trouble. highly recommend them, as they lived up to the claims made for them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-MilbuMrs. Bartlett had. Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y, Loose Leaf Toi i bacco Co. 1 i Glen Dean, Ky. trol." Whereupon, it is moved by Justice D, and seconded by Justice Chas. Robbins, that the foregoing resolution be adopted as the sense and urgent re quest of this court to Breckinridge coun ty's member of the House of Representa tives and the Senate of Kentucky, nnd those in power and interested; and the 'yea" and "nay" vote being taken thereon resulted as follows: Chas, B. Robbins, yea; J. J. Keenan, yea; Sam H. Cox, yea; D. C. Heron, yea; Abe Bennett, yea; W. W. Baxter, yea; Hon. D. Dowell, judge, and Hon. II C. Murray, county attorney, concurring in the opinion. And said resolution was thus approved and declared, adopted and ordered to be spread upon the order book of this court, and a copy thereof forwarded to the Department in Charge of Public Roads. It is ordered by the court that tbe following named justices of the peace be, and they are hereby allowed their per diem: D. C. Heron, 3 days, $9.00. W. W. Baxter, 3 'days, 9.00. Abe Bennett, 3 days, $9 00 C. B. Robbins, 3 days, 9,00. J. J. Keenan, 3 days, $9.00. S. D. Cox, 3 days, $9.00. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, court adjourned finally. D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C. C. Heron, IS LEWISPORT BEST PATENT FLOUR If nonrepresented by your grocer, write us Saturday, Dec. 18 Charges will be 1 LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. 5c and 1 per Farmers i Dealers in Tobacco Skip Yoar Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER & DURRETT, Managers L. T. LOGSDON, Ass't. Mngr. I had better write you to let you know what 1 want you to bring me Chrfstmas. am seven yean old and wapd want big doll that will go to sleep, a story book, candy, nuts, oranges, bananas and anything else that you want to bring me. Don't- forget mother and father. Your little girl, Eva Lewis Miller, Hardinsburg, Wants Big Doll. Dear Santa Claui: I think I cent:, Reientinns 10n. j nf thalK tnkaoon We feel that our past experience in the tobacco business will enable us to sell your tobacco to the best advantage. Bv careful H stripping, farmers can add much to the value m We solicit your patronage 1 0 DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... e Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded. to Doan's Ointment. 50c at all stores, DENTIST OfflM Unnre m.ito it ....... sia. m. to;s p. m. i,p. m. Renewal. Glen Dean Loose Leaf! JFfi Always In office during ofllco bours Inlngton, Ky. courthouse in Hardinshurg, Ky,, oil Thursday, October 7th, 1915. Present: Hon. D. I), Dowell, presiding judge of the Breckinridge County Court, and the following named justices Of Nthe Breckinridge Fiscal Court of the peace, D. C. Heron, W. W. Baxter, C B. Robbins, J. J. Keenan, at Its October Term, 1915. Abe Bennett and S. D Cox, being all the justices of the peace in commission (Continued from last week. ) In Breckinridge county. Came R. M. Bosham, county road enAt a regular term of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, continued and held gineer of Breckinridge county, and prela and for Breckinridge county, at the sented in court tbe record book showing to-w- Dear Mr. Babbage: Please And en La Grippe and Fever Cured, closed check for one dollar, for which Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever would like my subscription to The Tonic cured my husband of LaGrlppe Oreckenrldge News extended one year, I hope you and the friends in Cloverand Fever after other remedies failed," port a Merry Christmas and Happy LUL'AC. ROACH, Drifion, Fla. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. New Year. Sincerely yours, S. C. BATES, Wants Football. Athens, 0. Dear Santa: I wish you would please bring me something nice this For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, Christmas. I would like to have a apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the train, a box of H. B. shot, a pistol and household remedy. Two sizes 25c at.d caps, tire crackers, roman candles', a 50c at all drug stores. football and all kinds of fruit. Don't forget my little sinter. Good Sunday School Boy. Shelby Tbos. Miller, Arthur Bentley, whose arm wai Kirk, Ky. Tobacco Company M Glen Dean, Ky. I broken In a fall last week,- - montlon of wh!ch was In last week's Free Press, enjoys the distinction of being the most punctual attendant at Sunday school In this city, He has attended the Baptist Sunday school for nearly five years without an Intermission, and notwithstanding the fact that he was carrying hi? arm in a sling, h,e attended Sunday school last Sunday, This is an example that most older people might protlt by either In their rellg-ou- s duties or In business. Uawesvllle Free Press. THE BRECKtNRlUGfc NbWS, JNO. D. BAtfUAGl;. Editor and I'ubiistict Do not rcqitlro too much of tho girl who works, and expect nothing of tho girl who idles. issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER CORN DISTILLERY SLOP AN 15, 1915 EXCELLENT HOG ERA FEED EOR A NEW TEN PAGES. KENTUCKY HOG MEN No time in the history of our country oil in a bushel of corn is as follows BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, unci 5c for cucli additional has the raising nntl feeding of hogs been (U. S. llureau of Chemistry, Department insortion. more profitnhle than during the past five of Agriculture, Hill 120): CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of years, and with the Kuropcan war on Protein 0,42 lbs. conditions will remain equally as good, Oil 10 cents per line. 2.46 lbs. charged for at the rate of f cents per lino, monoy with every indication for improvement to OBITUARIES The belligerent countries will have Total 7.88 lbs. in advance. look to America for large supplies .of According to the above, it can be seen Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso meat needed to feed their population, as that one barrel of concentrated slop is their former fields of supply nre equal to l.at bushels of corn, so far as notify us. pencti-call- y closing or becoming exhausted. await the possibilities Wonderful CHRISTMAS MUSIC. where it has stockmen of Kentucky, hogs been practically It is pood to think that on Christmas morning you will again can be fattened demonstrated that on and profitably fed hent tho old time Christmas hymns and many now ones, for tlioy are settled slop. The ravages of hog chol only sung onco a year which makes them all tho more pleasing .for era can be eliminated by reason of the us to hear. It is even good to recall tho titles more or less familiar serum treatment. to all of us, according to our bringing up. There arc "Hail to the Messrs. Janes and Ilreckler, analytical have comLord's Anointed," "Joy to the world, the Lord Is Come," "Hark chemists, Louisville, Ky., our concen pleted an examination of the Herald's Angels Sing," and that best loved of all, "While trated .settled slop and report as follows: 1 dl'fi Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night," each repeating in Protein o60r Oil rythmical melody the .tory of the ancient chroniclers. Per barrel of 50 gallons this gives a the valuable feeding constituents 'of the corn are concerned. In addition the fact must not be lost sight of that this feeding value is in the form of very fine particles, and thoroughly cooked, so that the digestibility is closer to 100 than the ordinary figure for these constituents. In the raw corn the losses from imperfect mastication are enormous, droppings from cattle containing so much feed value 011 a corn diet that hogs may be fed on them. Here even, with no mastication, the food is all available. In addition it may be stated that considerable of the energy supplied by which is nv Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Aa. DKCORATE FOR CHRISTMAS! net amount of Protein Arc you going to decorate your home, your church and yourj Oil . store for Christmas? Green wreaths of holly, hanging garlands of :..'.9.2Slbs. Total asparagus fern and large boughs of mistletoe make lovelydecorationsj Green and white,! The average amount of protein and and till the building with a breath of green and red, are tho holiday colors. Decorate with loving hearts A Valuable Lesson. and tho star of hope and light and and kind hands for The National Democratic Committee love will appear in wonderful reality. out-door- s. corn is used in its mastication, 6 76 hs. not required in this case. 2.52 n,s This feed contains over 1 MERRY XMAS. YOU SHOULD SEE THE HAPPY FACES THAT COME INTO OUR BANK TO GET SOME OF THE MONEY THEY BANKED DURING THE PAST YEAR TO BUY PRESENTS FOR THEIR FRIENDS. SOME COME IN TO START BANK ACCOUNTS FOR THEIR CHILDREN THE BEST PRESENT OF ALL -S- OME START BANK ACCOUNTS BEFORE THE FIRST OF THE YEAR SO AS TO GET A GOOD RUNNING START. THEY WILL BE HAPPY NEXT YEAR. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 of lactic acid, which is valuable for an intestinal antiseptic Adv. Chri-tm:- is Splendid work continues on the Clovcrport and Ilardinsburg J. 11. pike. Those who furnished labor and teams last week were: L. Sradcr, Wave Jennings. Benedict Elder, Tom Basham, Brown, II. Ray 1'ntc. Ernest Frey, Johnnie Elder, Floyd Carter, Charley Bohland and E. F. Carter. At the Ilardinsburg end, Hawkin-- , Judge Dowell reported of the pike the good work is going on too. fourteen teams, hauling rock Monday, lie also reported liberal donations in money by the merchants and citizens of that good town. There are many other points in tho county when! good work is being done. We are glad to report all this good roau work. It is a sign l.tt.i ti.mi-- j n.irj i linttnt t'nulimr inmriri' .ml' ..iti'siinG fwnrl rvile -- sustained the contentions of Mr. Woodson that he should be allowed to fill out the unexpired term of Mb Mayo, for j which he was elected. The retaining of Mr. Woodsou on the National Democratic Committee is n valuable lesson to State conventions which undertake to du something which they ought not to do. Mr. Woodson should never have been molested by any act of the recent State convention. The State committee which met at Louisville a few days ago no doubt overstepped their bounds in trying 10 influence the National Comhelp everybody. mittee to oust Mr. Woodson. Mr. Woodson has made a good memFiscal Court at its last meeting passed a very important The ber of that committee and will continue good road resolution oirered by Judge Henry DcIIaven Moorman, to do !o. Mayfield Messenger. It appears in the and had the uuanimous endorsement of the court. proceedings of the court printed in another column and should bo Breaks a Cold. read and endorsed by every lover of good roads. The demand for "Weddincr's Cold Tablets" has been made oa tbeir Why not "boost" Ernest Robertson for the State Senate? He merits as a cold and grip remedy. 25c is one of our best citizens, a young man of character and standing at Veddine's Drug Store. Green Messenger. and can be relied on to do his duty as a senator. ' campaign we can now see that it was a mittake to oust Woodson as National Committemnn from Kentucky, and the substitution of Gen. Hnldeman. It was a greater mistake to heap indignation when he under011 Senator Beckham took to have the action rescinded. Chairman Cherry was cleatly within the rules of parliamentary law when he declared the junior Senator's motion was out of order, because he was not in the convention hall at the time of the action and neither voted for nor against the resolution. At the same tlmt a bad taste was left in the mouths of those who opposed the nomination of Stauley, and the support given the ticket by the leaders of this wing of the d party was and spiiitless The question raised had never been passed on before, and the National Committee by .1 majority vote decided that Woodson's selection by the Kentucky Democratic Committee to succeed Mr. Mayo was for the unexpired term, and not until the State Conven tion met. The ruling of that committee is final and absolute. Bowling Why You Should Use Chamber- THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 'TWIST CO. KY. HARDINSBURG, m I Marion Weatherholt, I General Contractor, Phone 50 THE Cloverport, Ky. , PLACE OF i. M H"X Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building Material, Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. ' j A Mrs. Sallie Moorman has a Bible 106 years old. :tA Bible," Owley Stanley was elected Governor said Mrs. Moorman, "is, as a rule, always the best preserved book in of Kentucky and has taken his seat Looking back over the events of the a house." HOE D3 HOI Mistake of Campaign. fiM lain's Cough Remedy. Because it has an established reputation won by its good works. Because it is most esteemed by those who have used it fur many years, as occasion required, and are best acquainted with Its good qualities. Because It loosens and relieves a cold and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Because it does not contain opium or any other narcotic. Because It is in the reach of ail. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable Col. Robertson im m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe flV HI and Fittings. m ' Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited i Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline H JMOId Reliable Jewelry Stand For 25 Years at Hardinsburg, Ky: Wishes to inform the public that he is now prepared with a assortment of the first-cla- ss For State Senator The Delineator! For January 1916 Latest 1 Up-to-Da- te Jewelry Col. E. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, says he is a candidate for State Senator to represent Breckenridge, Han cock and Meade counties. Election in He makes his this early to let the people know that he wants to represent them. Mr. Robertson is a farmer and stock dealer and a Democrat and well equipped for the place. November, 1010. Important Features "What the Use"-- J. B. Rerfoot 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 .1!.. 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 and handling made a life's study and practice in the jewelry-makin- g surely your chances of getting what you want, is better than ; thereof, 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. R WMOND NEWS. Winfield Hendry, of Fordsville, ar rived Sunday to spend a few days with his brother, Koscoe, and enjoy a few days hunt. Mesdarnes Wash Cashmau and Walter Barger, of Prymire, spent one day last week with the former's sister, Mrs. James Rhodes. Walker Pollock was in Louisville re "The King and Queen of Belgium" " The Grasp of Sultan " "The Fust.ian Coat" "Julia Ward Howe" "The House that Grows" "The Card" i ! cently. J. T. Knott had the misfortune to lose a stack 01 nay and straw Thursday by fire, As Ever Your Old Home Jeweler T. C. LEWIS, HARDINSBURG, KY. Jerry Basham has put a new metal roof on his dwelling house. The little child of "Pole" Chapr-el- l was buried here Saturday evening. It was about fur mouths old. Miss Kdlth Knott visited Mrs. Tom I.yddau at Webster last week. Henry Cashmau was in Irviugton Wednesday, He bold a $115 monument while there. Madam Rumor says look out for a wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ilruuer are receiving congratulations 011 the arrival of s little girl, Bessie Bee. Herbert Kroush, teacher at this place, I I Distinctive Models for Young Women 7 is preparing for an entertainment and Christmas tree December 24. Mrs J. F. Basham recently spent a few 'days with Mrs. Richard Basham, Lodiburg, who is very low and not expected to live. Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rtmlltanc MIl.d on Dy No Commissioa No. 40 for the Blood to PaySL,'' Expels scrofulous humors from the blopd, which causes constipation, ma larla, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Writ, for Prtca LUt and Shipping T laurnreUJ E Sabel & Sons bUlbM MM LOUISVILLE, KY. V Breckenridge News 1915 'WEDNESDAY, DEC. I5. ReducedFares Account OIL i W a. r t s . ADVERTISE Entered at tho PostOflllceatOloTcrport. Kj as second class matter. " t THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN IK Note Advrrtlvrs ADVERTISING DY THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Via PAINTINGS! On Exhibition At notlff the rclllor plni when jrou want niUertisiroi'tit discontinued. CANDY! least. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 'BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ' H GENERAL OFFICE9 L, H. & ST. L. RY. NOLTE'S STORE! They Make Ideal Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Mammoth Bronze Turkeys llrnnrn Turkeys ll'rrttuson MAMMOTH Cliolcn young toms, Una specmarkings of ttio imen, displaying nil tlio Ito-- k breed) also a few liar red Cockerels prices modcrnti! for ijulck sales . Miss M. II. Greenwood, Ho 37, Irvlmrton, Ky. Wanted Alan with Horse and Buggy 0 The kind that pleases the most ami costs the It's a hummer this year and it's just ONE DIME A POUND. Those who are planning ATEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS TICKETS ON SALE f 2.G0 For Precinct and city Offices $ 6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 1 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe Inter-es- t of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line December Limited Until January 10 Christmas Presents, PAINTED BY -- E. M. Womack, G. P. A. Lilbon Smith Cloverport, Ky. .10 with MAN pastCondi' Ionlior.o nnd huggy U sell Powder In llrecklnrldgn county. Snlnry JT0 per month. Address inmisirnu iiuig . inumnnpoits. inaiunii. Christmas Treats for Churches or Sunday-school- s, should get their orders in early, and while we have lots of Candy, it will he well to attend to the wants now. Then, we have fruits of all kinds. Everything fine and most suitable for that "sweet tooth" of yours. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. LRy. 19, 1915. Louisville, Kentucky Effective September EAST HOUND , l)!l5A. No. 142 will loavn Cloverport ....... ,10:111 A. M. M. Arrlvlnc IrvlnRUin ... Iouhville . . .12U0 1". M. Arrlvlnit 4:W P. M. No. Ui will leavo Cloverport No. HO 7 Epwarth League, December 19. Miss Mae Zirkel, of Louisville, spent the guest of Miss the week-en'Evelyn Hicks. For rent or sale Old Lillard farm. Man with good team. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams leave next week for Grand Rapids, Mich., to spend Christmas. The Wednesday Club will be entertained this afternoon at the home of Miss Lula Severs. Rev. J. S. Henry spent Wednesday in Hawesvllle, tbe guest of Mr. and d, Iowa, B. M. Jensen, of Fort who has been here in the Interest of the A. O. U. W. Lodge, left Wednes day for Georgetnwn. Mr. and Mrs. James Seaton enter tained a number of the younger set Thursday evening in honor of their son, Wm. W. Seaton. The Parent-TeacheAssociation will meet at the school building Friday at 3:15 p. m. Important business IJveryoue requested to be present. J. I) Starks, of Mt. Vernon neighHoliday Announcements borhood, is running a milk wagon He from that place to Cloverport. Other Activi- - Jfe has been In the dairy business live Social and years and expects to succeed here. and Coming ties Goino Engraved cards for Christina's. Home and !k Script engraved $1.25 for 50 cards with Abroad ft plate. Engraving 100 cards from old plate, $1.00. Standard work. BreckMrs. Frank Payne lias returned from enridge News office. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Toole, who were a visit In Louisville. Be sure to read our magazine offers. recently married In Chicago, spent lait week with her mother, Mrs. C. S. Breckenridge News. They left Sunday for their is in Stephens-por- t, Lamb. Mrs. E. M. Miller home in Houston, Texas. the guest of friends. J. C. Crutcher, of Webster, made a Christmas post cards one cent each business trip to Louisville Thursday. at Breckenridge News office. He has nearly recovered from hit, acMissJJeaoette Burn will lead the cident several weeks ago. He is able Sunday evening. League to walk without crutches. Miss Louise Sullivan returned to her As the Spirella Corset residence Friday. home In Rockport, Ky., in this district, my advice, my old plate for experience BEngraved cards from and my training are at your Christmas. Breckenridge News. service without obligation on your part. w w. Rmwn. of Kirk, was In Louis Appointment made by letter, post card or telephone. Mrs. M. H. Fontaine at ville last week visiting relatives. Please telephone your Items to The Mrs. Jas. T. Skillman's. Breckenridge News. Telephone 46 40c and 50c Eggs. Miss Eva May Is attending the grand ope'ra at Macauley's this w:ek. If your hens would lay when eggs Mrs. W. K. Moorman, of Glen Dean, were high, Why shouldn't they? was in Louisville Thursday shopping Some hens do. The hen that lays has Misses Virginia and Mary McGavock a healthy pink tougue and gills. Those will entertain the Friday Ulub tnis not laying are pale in the gills, their tongue or palate has a whitish look. week. to his home in What's the matter? What's the mat Leon Office has gone Columbus, O.. to spend Christmas with ter with you when your .tsnguo is That's just what white? Bilious? his parents. ails the hen. Start her, liver and sec Miss Jeannette Burn will lead the evening, her get busy. B. A. Thomas Poultry Sunday Arriving Henderson. . ..12:5S I'. M :Sl r ...... Arriving Kvnnsvllle 7:40 Arriving St. Louli 7:09 1' No. 143 will leave Cloverport.. 7:30 1' Arriving Ilawesvllle ... ... 8:13 Arriving Owtnsboro II .51 I' Cloverport No. 145 will leavo 12:5SA.M ArrlvlngOwensboro . l:4sA. M Arriving Henderson . 3:15 A. M Arriving Evnnsvlllo . 7:40 A. M Arrlvlnc St. Louis .. fi:30 A. M No. 147 will leavo Cloverport 7:IH A.) M Arriving Owenstxiro.... ... i):0O A. M Arrlvlnc Henderson . 1 V 11 I1 WEST DOOND No. 141 will leavo Cloverport Arriving Owcnsboro..... - Arrlvlnc Irln(fton......... Arriving Louisville . ..... will leavo Cloverport Arrlvlnit IrvlnRton . 5:4il 7i40 5:07 0:51 A. M. A. M. 1'. M. 1'. M. Itors, sign name nnd send to us imme dlatcly. BrVckenridge News. Miss Mary Perkins had a birthday party ut her home on the hill Sulurday. Many of her little fiiemls were present. Mrs. Hoy Mattlngly, of Louisville, spent several days here last week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ben Kidgu-wa- . 104.1A.M. 13:04 1'. M ' Dcdge, us our beloved sister, Miss I.illic Smith. She suffered three weeks with typhoid Cloverport, Ky. fever before she was called home. She Telephone 56;J was a good Christian and loved by nil who knew her. She was twenty-onyears old and leaves n father, two YOU WILL L,VR LONQER brothers and a.host of friends to mourn AND UE HAPPIER her death, but their loss is her eternal gain. Miss Smith professed religion and unitctl with the Presbyterian church nt Effices in 1913, and lived a devoted Christian until death. She has been BLUE RIBBON heard to say: "I am not going to live I am ready to go when God long, but calls me." The funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. h. Ilruingtoii at the Metli odist church The body was laid to rest For Unking Fine Biscuits, Pies, in the Scott graveyard. Cnkcs and Delicate Pastries e Dentist Open Nights Until Christmas I I j II You'll Use Only J. ;! C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. FLOUR Manufactured by "RUBBER ROOFING"! The Kind That a sis Sample and Price Furnished upon Request Dyspepsia Is America's curse. To restore digestion, normal weight, good health anil purify the blood, use Hur-do- :k Blood Bitters, Sold at all drug stores. Price $1 00. Cannelton Flour Mills Cnnncltoii, Ind. si jl We can furnish what you want. Jut write us a few lines asking lor prices, arm wo will semi iy nrsl mail, sample., anil quote o a V. close price on each sample. We can make quick shipment. ;f: s ;.; Administrator's Notice. All parties knowing themselves indebted to the estate of l;rel Claycomb, decease"!, must forward and settle at once or else I will be compelled to collect by .1 process of l.iw. All persons b having claims against the said will present thtm 10 me properly proven, a.s required by law, on or before January 1, 1016. II. A. ATER, Administrator. Clay-com- Call Us & Sgi fim Over Phone! If it's stormy, if you're tired out, if you want to nave time, we'll tnko your Meat Order over tho wire and nelect FINE CUTS for you. PROMIT nnd OBLIGING SERVICE by telephone 01 in person goes hand in hand with our HIGH GRADE MEATS. Prices tho FAIREST in town. V211 FORDSVILLE a tr PLANING MILL COMPANY, W I,.,.,..,.... runujiiLLC, rv 1 tin onii 1 R4 sat .wwwwwwwwv Sells Corn and Buys Mule. S. L. Bindv, liviug near Bowleyville, Cotton Seed Meal! X 95 Ep-wor- th W ut the present high prices is the clienpest feed yon tun give .V! 5 your cow. Contains almost t!rcc times tho amount of Pro- - Jjj re f tein found in Brnn und Mixed Feed. Another good cow feed is tho CRKAMO DAIRY FEED. 32P'S20 our Corn Ad in this issue. ' Dressed Chickens a Specialty We Sell Anything in The Feed and' Coal Line. See Us For Prices. 2 Sipes' Meat Market, Irvington, Ky. 8 Heston, Whitworth naruinsDurg, & K.y. Company Our Line of Life C. L. BEARD Insurance and Real Estate LANCASTER LOOSE LEAF Office with J. R. Eskride, Attorney 'Christmas Goodies' is complete TOBACCO CO. Powder is guaranteed 1,0 start her liver and to start th; eggs. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cakes ' Mike vouf A'mjs merry ty t'lnglng your "want Hardlnsburg, Ky. Have You Tried a Package of Q Z (Incorporated) list la Obituary. The. death angel visited our little town Wednesday, December 8, and took from 1QJ Confectionery and Hakey Cloverport, Ky. "UMS" Greenwell's 0 Daily 0 Malaria Remedy? Q If not get a package at once. If results are not satisfactory your money refunded. It drives out malarial poison and gives tone to the whole system. Stop taking calomel aud quinine until you have used one package of this great remedy. You will then be convinced of its merit. Sent by mall postpaid on receipt of price (j0 cents), or see me at my home on school house hill. X X Third and Triplett Streets. Largest Floor in Town. Best Light. Sales All 0pen Day and Night K Q Tobacco Kept Insured. -two-third- "c Buy a Man's Gift at The Last year wo sold 9,000,000 pounds, or 40$ of all that of all tho Hurley passed over looso leaf lloors ana 1 u ivcaauii-- ucic wus s O O GOOD SERVICE Both Phones Mrs., W. C. Kelley. Man's Fashion Shop! We are Specialists in Men's Wear. Let us offer a 0 few suggestions to help you out with the Gift Problem: Fancy Silk Shirts in all colors, Ties from 25c to 75c, in all new patterns; Crepe Silk Handkerchiefs with colored borders; Kid, Swade and Buck Gloves from $1 to $1.50, for men who care. Cuff Links, Collar Buttons, Collar Bags, Fancy Sox in Xmas Suits and Overcoats Boxes, Fancy Suspenders. made to order. GET IT AT R. M. Crenshaw was the week end guest ot his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Ryan, of Hardlnsburg. Please write the names of your vis- - W H GREENWELL, Christmas your photograph. It carries the personal thought of the giver, is simple, appropriate and creates no greater obligation than the kindly1 thought it bears. Afatf tht appotiitmtut BRABANDT, early. Box 161, Cloverport, Ky. Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, . Kentucky, sold Tom Wilson 200 bushels of corn at 5O cents per bushel, and bought in exchange a mule for $'15. Mr. Bandy has 3,000 pounds of good bright Hurley tobacco on his place for sale. Poisons Rttalned in the 'body causes rheumatism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For Tho Blood expels poisons from the body and cures blood poison In its worst form Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Good Health means a clean Mouth. this, why continue to pay Inflamed gums treated. Knowing Doctor's bills? E. W jt llfnl Kl I Office open both Day I and wight Otflct N CLINE'S "the MEN'S FASHION 0 Photographer shop" New Board Trustees. The new board of trustees for Irv. Ington was sworn lu last week. The members are Newsom Gardner, C. C. Smith, L. E. Henderson, J. If. Ilratu-lett- e R. L. Lyons and J. U. Hottell. , m I our Bink ol Htrdlmbura Trutt Co. tit Q j, (QI toeeJ !) p rr, " was clerk of the board. Subscribe Today I 5 . llf Our Toy-Lan- d Is Your r Joy-Lan- d! don't h When Christmas time arrives, folks naturally apply it as the children's occasion, but to your grown-up- s ft you still feel the ecstasy of that celebrated occasion? Then do not deny your children, yourself or your wife, your g & sweetheart or your friends the joy that is due through the act of giving. Those who never give should never expect fcCC. to receive. 5 11 We have the proper girts tor everybody. r ?S Pictures make very uppropriiitc gifts: wc have them in Sepin tone and the Hand I'aintcd priced from 1r For all the Kiddies. Give Them a Doll j If $j Games I x ? II 1 10c to 50c Nothing is more each g Lurpo Boy nnd Girl Dressed Dolls. Unbreakable. Price; Checkers, Battle Game, Old Woman in the Shoe, $ Jack Sprat, and many other interesting ones. I I 'X ic Fancy Chinaware appreciated than nice China. XX fc 50c and 60c Small Dressed Celluloid Dolls. Price, g ftS Handkerchiefs I In Linen and Silk; embroidered and trimmed in lace; arranged in beautiful boxes with 2, 4 and 6 to a box. From 15c to $ 25c Kid Body Dolls; Largo and Small. . Bowls, price Artistic Rose-tinte- d XX Fruit Plates and Sets, price $1.00 and tfi ii r .1 g Berry aets, nigniy decorated I'll $1.25 $1.25 1 KCWpiCSJ PHCC, 25C Price, - . 50c per Box, or 10, 15, 25c Each j , 1 OC Cups and Saucers, each Berrv Bowls, eacli 9 $ .25 vS 35c CI - (111 us Colgate's Perfumes Put up in very attractive packages. Thev have Beauty and Charm found in no other. Give one of j& China Dolls; three sizes. Price, Gent's Neckwear Nicely arranged in beautiful article of merit for giftM price uletidc Greeting boxes; an 5c, 1 0c '&. and 25c. these and make a lasting impression. Price, x ss Books Bible Stories; Short Stories for small Children for 25c to $2.75 f 35c and 50c 8 5 5c Horatio Alger, and 10c Price, Table Linens, Towels Are always good presents. They are so useful as well as attractive. Nice linens. Priced, Large, Massive Toilet Set Pure ivory; comb, brush and mirror for "Boy Scout Stories," by Major Robert Maitland. $3.00 I ft 15c Jr's., Books of Adventures and Boy Heroes. r 50c, 75c Jewelry Price, 25c. and $1 per Yd. I K have the very kinds for gifts; Neck Chains, solid gold and filled, price $1.50 sin nn to OtiUU XX Bracelets priced from Si. 50 flP nfl ? wo " Is always acceptable and Toys of All Kinds r,r,r,r.c 1 jvj naiuiuui usurimcm iu diuuciics, imr l ins, oiick k Cutr Buttons, Tie Clasps, Signet and Set Rinjis, Lockets, x ins, iftr Toy Dishes, Trains, Guns, Trunks, Swords, Horns, Roll WntAoo SJI 'Rnntc Wonc r.w-K Felt Horses, Barking Dogs, and many others. 8 Christmas Specials, Friday December 17. Candies Get The very best, pure and the sweetest. your Sweets here and have the Best. 15c Extra Special 10c Velvet Taffy, per lb Cream Chocolates, per lb 20c 15c Climax Mixed, per lb Competition Mixed, per lb.10c 20c American Mixed, per lb 20c Raspberry Ices, per lb Golden Crumble, per lb... 25c 20c Jasamine Mixed, per lb Tip Top Chocolates, per lb..25c Butter and Nut Brittle, lb.....15c Seeded Raisins per package10c 15c Layer Raisins, per lb Oranges, per dozen ; 10c Figs, per package 15c 11c 8c 15c 15c 15c 15c 20c 12ic Watch Chains and Charms. p A Get Your Gifts Here and be Sure of the Quality Rockers very attractive assortment of nice Rockers; Select yours early; priced from Work Baskets Everyone is a different pattern and design; all are Japan- E esc patterns direct from Japan. 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BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. : LAHOMA By JOHN BRECKENRIDGE ELLIS Copyright, 1313, by tho Company. Dobbs-Mcr-rl- ll CHAPTER XVII. Facing the Mob. started up. too excited Wilfred's middenlj MVAZOO It wns. no fncc. time to display n sense of the ludicrous. The young man hotly burst Into passionate argument nnd reasonable hypothesis. Waving aside Mlzzoo's protest, Wilfred elaborated his theory of nn Indian attack, described Brick's peaceablo disposition, his gentleness to Lnboma, then dwelt on the friendship between himself and Hrlck nnd the relations between himself nnd ISrlck's ward. "It all comes to .this." Mlzzoo declared: "If you could make me think Wlllock n harmless Iamb, and as Innocent, It wouldn't change conditions. This neighborhood calls for his life and'd take it If In reach, nnd my warrant calls for his arrest All I can promise Is to get him. If possible, behind the bars before the mob gets him In a rope." Wilfred permitted himself tho pleasure of taunting Mlzzoo with the very evident truth that before Wlllock was banged or Imprisoned be must flrst bo cnught lie murders and stnb3 and you can't help It. then the town ain't ns good ns hlra. My life's In danger. I don't know If I'll draw another breath. What kind of u reputation Is that for you to send abroad? There's a man In this Jnll can tell you where Wlllock's hiding. Good day!" The speaker was down the steps in two leaps, nnd tho deputies drew aside to let him pass out. Chic pride, nbovc all. civic ambition, had been touched to the quick. A honrse roar followed the speech, and cries for Bill grew frantic. Mlzzoo, afraid to unlock the door, stared at Wilfred In perplexity, "I told you they had civilization on the brain," he muttr-red- , "The old times lire past daresn't make a move toward that lock." "Drop the keys behind you I'll get 'cm." Wilfred nitirmurcd. "Step n little forward. Say something to "em." "Ain't got nothing to say," growled Mlzzoo, glaring at the mob. "These boys lire In the right of It: that's how 1 feel cuss that obstinate old bobcatl It's his own fault ir they string hlra up." "Hero they conic!" Wilfred exclaimed. "Steady now, old .Mlzzoo we've whipped packs of wolves before today coyotes crazy with hunger big gray loafers In the rocks eh, Mlzzoo?" lie shouted to tho deputies who had been pushed against tho railing, "(Jive It to 'era. boys!" But the deputies did not lire, and the mob. though chilling with mad Impatience, did not advance. It was a single tlgurc that swept up tho steps, unobstructed, nlded. Indeed, by tho mass of packed men In the street a llgure slight and erect, tingling- with tho necessity of action to which every vein nnd muscle responded, tingling so vitally, so electrically, ( that the crowd also tingled, not understanding, but none the less thrilled. "Lahoma!" Wilfred wns nt her side. "You here!" "Yes, I'm here." she returned breathlessly, her face flaming with exclte- 1 . . swung from tho nearest limb.' 'Wllfre'd insisted on an Immediate visit to Dill, "Brick declared ho wouldn't tell Bill his hiding place." he said, "for he didn't want to get him into trouble. He'll tell mo if be knows anything, and If he doesn't it's an outrage to shut him up, old ns bo Is nnd as rheumatic as he's old." On tho way to the rudely improvised prison Mlzzoo defended himself. "Ho wasn't too old and rheumatic to flght Uko a wildcat Why. ho had to be lifted up bodily and carried into his cell. Not n word can we get out of him or a blto of grub Into him. I believe that old codger's Just too obstinate to die!" When they reached the prison door he crowd gathered about them, eager for news, watching Mlzzoo unfasten tho door as if he were unlocking the secret to Wlllock's whereabouts. There were loud Imprecations on the head of the murderer and fierce prophecies as to what would happen to Bill If he preserved bis incriminating silence. It seemed but a moment beforo hurrying forms from many directions packed themselves Into a mass before the Jail. The cells were in the basement. The only entrance to the building was by means of a flight of six steps leading to an unroofed platform before the door of the story proper. Mlzzoo and Wilfred, standing on this platform. were lifted above the bends of perhaps a hundred men, who watched eagerly the dangling bunch of keys. Mlzzoo had stationed three deputies at the foot of the steps to keep back tho mob. for If the excited men once rushed Into the Jail nothing could check their course. Mlzzoo whispered to Wilfred. "We'd better get in as quick as possible." The words were lost in the Increasing roar of voices. lie spoke again: "vvnen I awing open the door that bunch wjli try to make a run for It You Jump inside and I'll be after you like a Mlzzoo grinned good nnturedly. "Yap. Well, we've got n clow' locked up in Jail right now that could tell us something, I Judge, and will tell us something beforo set free. It's name Is Bill Atkins. He's a wise old coon, but as ur ns a boiled owl nothing as yet be negotiated with him than if ho as a bobcat catched in a trap. We're hoping tlme'U mellow him time and the prospect of being took out and IB defew' I ought to bo able to talk to western tncii In a wny they can appreciate, and If there's anybody here that's not a western ninii-- he couldn't understand our stylo anyhow he'd better go wbero ho's needed, for out west you need only western mcn-ll- ko Brick Wlllock, for Instance." At reference to tho well known Incident of Mlzzoo's attempt to drive Wlllock from the cove there wns n sudden wave of laughter, none the less hearty because Mlzzoo's face had (lushed and his mouth had opened sheepishly. But nt the recurteuce of- Wlllock's name tho crowd grew serious. They felt tho Justice of her claim that out west only western men were needed: they her for thinking Brick n model , type. But let any one else hold him up before them ns u model! Lnhomn's manner changed. It grow deeper nnd more forceful. "Men, I want to talk to you about this case. Will you bo tho Jury? Con- sldor what kind of man swore out that warrant ngalnst Brick tho lender of a hand of highwaymen! And who's his chief witness? You don't know Mr, Oledware. do. You've heard he's a rich and Influential citizen In the cast That's true. But I'm going to tell you something to show what he Is, nnd what Brick Wlllock Is Just one thing, that's nil I'll say about the character of either. As to Bed Kimball, you don't I'm not going to talk j have to be told. about the general features of the cas- eas to whether Brick was ever n or not. ns to whether he killed Red's brother to Rave me and my stepfather, or did It In cold blood: ns to whether he held up the stage or not 'These things you've discussed You've formed opinions about them. I wnnt to tell you something you haven't heard. Will you listen?" At flrst no one spoke. Then rom the crown cnnio a measured impartial voice: "We got lots of time." She was not discouraged by tho In timation In the tone that all her speaking was In vain nnd plunged Into the midst of her narrative. "One evening Brick came on a deserted mover's wagon. He'd traveled all day with nothing to cat or drink, and he got Into the wagon to escape tho blistering sun. In there he found a dead woman, stretched on her pallet Ho had a great curiosity to see her face, so he began lifting tbe cloth that covered her. ne saw a pearl and onyx pin nt her throat. It looked like one his mother used to wear. So be dropped the cloth and never looked at her face. She had died the evening before, and be knew she, wouldn't have wanted any pne to see bcr then. And be dug a grave In the sand, though she was nothing to him, and burled her never i seeing her face and covered the spot with n great pyramid of stones nnd prayed for her little girl I wns her little girl. Tbe Indians had carried me away. You'll say that was a little thing; that anybody would have burled the poor, helpless body. Maybe so. But about not looking nt her face well. I don know. It wns a little thing, of course, but somehow It Just seems to show that Brick Wlllock wasn't little had something great In his soul, you know. Seems to show that he couldn't have been a common murderer. It's something you'll bnve to feel for yourselves. Nobody could explain It so you'd see if you don't un 1 I t STOP at the Gait House sanMsmBsaBsi When in Cum dav of lOll Recorded In Com mlssloner's Deed Book pnu Breckinridge County Clerk' i liter. Ur siiflicttnt then-n- f to produce the sunif of money mi ordered to be made i'or the iuirclia.se price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must excute bond, benring legal Interest from the dav of snle until p del, nnd having the force nnd effect of a judgment. Lien ret.iined to secure paj ment i'f purchase money. Didder will be prepared to comply promptly with these -r Hndgklns by Lee Walls, M.istmlsslonerof this eoti't, date "I. L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Louisville European Plan Good Rooms for $1 a Day terms. Approximated 3i4 07, Commlsdoner Carrie L. Dowell, l)epntv. debt, Interest and cost, LEE WALLS. Insurance. Old Reliable Companies COMMISSIONER'S SALE, n derstand already." Tbe men stared at her, somewhat wildered, be- saying' nothing. In some breasts a sense of something delicate, not to be defied, wns stirred. "How'r you going to grow when the whole world knows you ain't nothing but a den of makes?" "I'm going to talk to these peoShe took Let me have that" the revolver from tho unresisting hand, uncocked it and slipped it into her bos. om. Then she faced tbe mob and held up her empty hand. It was the flrst time Lahoma had ever faced an atidleuce larger than that composed of Brick and Bill and Wilfred. After her uplifted band had brought tense silence she stood at a loss, her eyes big with the appeal her tongue refused to litter. The mob was nwed by that light In her eyes, by tho crimson In her cheeks, by her beauty, freshness aud grace. They would not proceed to violence while sho stood there facing them. Her power she recognized," but she understood it was that of physical presence. When she was gone her influence would depart. They knew Brick aud Bill had sheltered her from her tendcrest years; they admired her fidelity. Whatever she might say to try to movo their hearts would como from a senso of gratltudo and would be received in tolerant silence. The more guilty "tho highwayman the more commendable her loyalty. But It would not cbango their purpose. As If waiting for a storm to pass they stood stolid nnd close mouthed, slightly bent forwurd. unresisting, but unmoved. "I'm a western, glii." Lahoma said at last, "and ever since Brick Wlllijek gave nio n home when I had none I'Ve lived right over yonder at the foot of the mountains. I was there when tbe vuttlemtn came, beforo the Indians bad given up this country, nnd I was here when the flrst settlers moved in and when the soldiers drove them out I was living In tho covo with Brick incnt ple. Wlllock when people came up from To be Continued S SALE. Hreckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust") Co , Plaintiff. Equity No. Against '' 1 David l' Brown aud Mnry 3738. llrown, Defendants J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1315, in the above cause, for the sum of 6(9 00 (Six Hundred and Ninety-ninDollars) with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 4th day of October, 1910, until paid, ami all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Ilardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at public auction, on i e "Hey. Mlzzoo!" shouted a voice from the crowd, "bring out that old cuss. Drag him to the nlatfonn, we waut to hear what hq's got to say." "Say. Mr. Sheriff! Tell him if bo won't come to us. we'll go to him. We've got to know where Brick Wlllock's biding, and that's nil about It" "Sure!" growled a third. "What kind of a town Is this anyway? A refuge for highwaymen and murderers?" A struggle took place at the foot or tbe stairs, not so good naturedly as A reasoning voice was heretofore. beard: "Just let me say a word to tbe boys." "Yes!" called others, "let's hear him!" There was a surging forward, nnd a Inn was lifted' literally over the beads tin Ihree deputies. He reached the shot We'll lock ourselves In" Monday, the 27th day ol Dectmber, 1915, platform breathless, disheveled, but triumphant It was the survivor of Red Kimball's band. Mlzzoo, mistaking bis coming for a general rush, bud hastily relocked tho door, and he uud Wilfred defended themselves with drawn revolvers. V'f ulu't ii hero to do no harm," call-rc"1 ain't got thu my cuiei w tue spirit tor wuriure. iiif'ii. - .: r MU I 111 v imiua a: uuiiui uiuu L11UL a.uub ui- - W . I. III.. I I.. At... IlIUll'Iv KlllfMl 111 Illti Vlllock made on us in !.. Il.InU U11LU the dark and grow when tbe whole world knows u l ii iiiii ui nuu&rai ll l l mil i i l hi in,!,.1 i.lnlm It'u nil Hrlnlr Wlltrvrlf wy If he's bUjger than the town, If 1 Texas nnd planted miles and miles of wheat aud 1 used to play with tho rusty plows and machinery they left scattered about after tbe three years' drought bud starved them back to their homes. Then Old Man Walker camo to Red River, sent bis cowboys to drive us out of tbe cove, and your; sheriff led tbe bunch. And it was. Brick and myself that stood them off with our guns, our backs to tho wall and our powder dry, and we never hw Mtasoo la our cove again. So youjss p, m , or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, 'A certain tract of parcel of land, situated, lung and being In L'reckin ridge county, Kentucky, on the waters of Tuell's Creek, known as the Dye tract, containing 240 acres more or less; and was conveyed to one John Slatou by John A Osborn and wife, on the 9th day of March, 1891, to the said Osborn There is excepted from said by Slaton tract, three acres heretofore sold to Jo Mattitigly. In the above named tract is included a part of a tract conveyed to Adrian Norton by R II. llasham, see deed book x, 13,491; and lies on the West side of the Ilardinsburg and I.eitch-fiel- d road and which is not included in this deed from said Norton to J. A. Davis. See deed book 26, page 213, and is the same laud conveyed to D. II and L L Brown by V G Babbage, commissioner, on behalf of John Slaton and Jennie Slaton, bis wife, by deed dated the 14th day of February, 1895, and recorded 111 the clerk's omce ot the Breckinridge county court in commis sioner's deed book No 3, page 390. lly deed dated the 3rd day of October, 19)0, the said U L. llrown and ms wile, con veyed his undivided one-hainterest in and to the said land to the mortgagor D II Brown, this completes the herein, title to the said Jatid 111 him; which deed is recorded in the clerk's office of the Hreckinridge county court in deed book No. 60, page 345," or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so order ed to be made. For the purchase price, t: lf at one o'clock BrtcMurldge Circuit Court, Kentucky. 4 Henrr Trent J. W. Trent O. K. Floyd, etc , I'lalntlin Equity P. L. DaiU Ik Against Fine Dining Room with Excellent J M. Crawford, etc., Dfts.J 3G97. Service nnd Low Prices By virtue of a Judgment and Ordr r of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October term thereof, IOI5, In the above cause, for the sum of , thirtv-fohundred dollars, Meets Trains Free Auto-Bwith interest nt thu rate of 6 per cent, Livery, Feed per annum from the 15th day of October, I91I, until paid, and all costs Turkish and Electric Baths herein, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the Court House door in Hardlns burg, to the highest bidder, at l'ubdc WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS Jj Ky Auction, on Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout the purchaser, with approved surety or (bttng County Court da), upon .1 securities must execute bond, bearing credit of six months, the following delegal interest from tue day ot sale until scribed property, Or. R. P, at a stone near n large paid, and having the foice and effect of a Judgment. Lien retained to secure chestnut tree at the northeast corner of Veterinary Surgeon pavmcut of purchase money. Bidders the college campus and exfmling will be prepared to comply promptly thence N. "7 B. 21 50 chains to u stake; Office Trent & Walls' Liver) Stable is T.cjij chains to twin tliencu b. with these terms Approximated debt, interest nnd cost poplars; theuce S. 3d E. 3 84 chains to a stoue; thence S W. 27 . chains ?97 37- Prepared lo Treat all Animal Diseases to a stone near a gate; thence N. 53J4 LHh WALLS, Commissioner. W. 12 20 chains to a stake near walnut CAUUlK L. DOWIiLL, Deputy. Special Attention Git en to tree; thence N. W. 10 88 chains to the beginning, containing, in all 5(JS Calls at all Hours acres, and being the same' lands conveyed by J. V. Hughes and wife to O. DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V.M.D. SALE. 12. Floyd by deed dated November 2g, 1911, and recorded in Deed Book (it, Hardinsburg, Ky. page 186 in the office of tho County Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Court clerk ot Breckinridge countv, Kentucky, Chas. II. Drury, Guardln ai Or sufficient thereof to produce the Carrie D' Krakes, Pl'ff. Equity sums of money so ordered to be made. Against Attorney-at-Lai or the purchase price, the purchaser. Breckinridge County Fair, 3735. with approved surety or sectulties, Real Estate Sold and Exchanged, Association, &c, Deft.' J must execute bond, bearing legal InBy virtue of a Judgment and Order terest from the day of sale until paid, Deeds', Contracts, Etc., Prepared and of Snle of Breckinridge Circuit Court, and having thu force and effect of a acknowledged. rendered at October Term thereof, judgment. Lien retained to secure Cloverport, Kentucky 1010, in the above cause, for the sum payment of purchase money. Bidders of $1,200 00 with Interest from Oct. .'10, will be prepared to comply promptly 1913, credited by $72 00, paid Decern with these terms. DR. B. ber 22, 19I3; also the further sum of Approximated debt, interest and cost. Specialist on $1,200 1)0 Wth interest from Sept, lith, $3 700.80. WALLS, LEE I9I3, with Interest at the rate of (i p r RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTI0N Commissioner. cent per annum from the dates above Carrie L. Dowell, Deputy, Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also name, until paid, and all costs herein, Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. 12 to2 and 6 lo 9 p. m courthouse door In ilardinsburg, to the S SALE. highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout Hreckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. offer for sale a the courthouse door in Ilardinsburg. to the highest bidder, at (being County Court dav), upon a 1 Equity U. Kichardson, Plaintiff public auction on credit of six, twelve and eighteen Against months, the following described prop- Jabe Wilkerson and others, Dfts.J 3639. Monday, the 27th day ot December, 1915, erty, By virtue of a Judgment and Order at one o'clock p. 111 , or thereabout A certain tract of land, consisting of about 4:1 acres, lying and being In of hale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, (being County Court dav), upon a' Breckinridge county, State of Ken- rendered at May term thereof, 101o, in credit six and twelve months, the foltucky, and about one mile from the the above cause, for the sum of one lowing described property, dollars, credited A tract of land of :i4 7 acres, beginTown of Hardinsburg, un said land is hundred and fifty-fo20, 19O"; $16 ,19 ning at a stune in Worsen Board's situated one Grand Stand, Fair by $.10 paid February $3 paid Septem line, and corner to George Bandy's, stables, and other Fair buildings and paid January 21, 1901); Improvements nnd Is used and known ber'5. tl'og; Mpaid lanuary 2, itlll: running N Hs? W. .'IO.3 poles to a post as "The Fair Grounds" of said associ- $10 paid Auril 25, 1011; $3.0S paid luly oak, said Board's corner, in William 04 paiu December tun Adklsson's line, then N. 56 E. I53 ion; Said property having been ation. conveyed to said association by C. Vic with interest at Hie rate of I! per cent. poles to white oaks, corner to Daniel Kobertsoo, on 2nd day of May, 19OU, per annum from the Hi:h day of Jan- Lane's and In Daniel Henderson's line, by deed recorded in Deed Book 58, uary, I'JOS, until paid, aud all costs then S 2s?i K 363 poles to a hickory prge 483, see said deed for metes and hereiu, I shall proceed to offer for sble and post oak In said Lane's line, a bounds said deed recorded in Breckln at the Court House door in Hardlns corner to George Bandy's, then S 56 . ridge County Clerk's Office, Hardlns burg, to the highest bidder, at I'ublic W. I53 poles to the beginning. on Out of said 347 acres said Skiliman burg, Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof Auction, the Monday, 27th day ot December, 1915, sold and conveyed to Milton Skiliman to produce the sums of.4h0nt.-- so order ed to be made. FoP the purchase at one o'clock p. m., or theieabout, 30W acres, which Is bounded as follows: price, the purchaser, with approved (being County O.urt uav), upon a Beginning at .1 stone In Abuer Adklssurety ur securities, must execute ered.i of six months, the following de son's nd and corner to the 12 acres sold by William Skiliman tu Geo, bond, bearing legal interest from tbe scribed property, to wit: A trtct ot land lying in Breckinridge Scott, Sr., then with Scott's line S. .day of sale until paid, and having the county, State of Kentucky, on the 35?4 E- - 45 loles to a stone between a lorce and etlect ot a Judgment. Lien retained to secure payment of pur waters ot Sinking Creek, and is a part hickorv and black oak, then N. 564 chase money.. Bidders will be pre of the tract ot land that lames b Mm 110 poles to a stone and post, oak, pared to comply promptly with these mons and Sophia himmons, his wift, Daniel Lane's line, then with his line purchased of II L. ant! Mia Hook and N. :iS;,i W. I5 poles to two white oaks, terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost lames Yutsler, on the 15th day of No Lane's corner, then S. $61 W 110 vember 1001, which is ou record In tne poles to the beginning, suit William $2 77O.2O Breckinridge County Clerk's office in Skiliman aUo sold out of said :!4? UEl'4 UALutj, Commissioner. Deed Book No. 55. page 01, and for acres to one Aaron Norton l!!? acres, OA'KRIH L. DOWELL, Deputy. turtlier reference see James Yutsler which is bounded as follows: Begindeed, etc , nud i bounded aud de- ning at a post oak, Aaron Norton's scribed as follows, to wit: .BeinninK corner, and running S, 561,' W. I53 at a stone thence N. S'J degreis E. .'10 poles to a stone In the original line, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. poles to a stoue; thenci N. 17 degrees Skiliman and English, then with said Ji 68 poles to a stou. ; tbsuce N. 58 I: B 30 poles ,o a certain line S 53: 5'.t 1 .'I poles to a stone; thence N. 68 lime stone with a large post oak as a 110 poles to a stone; thence pointer, degrees V. tnen N ."(i:,i E. 62 poles to Hitcklnridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. S 111 degrees E 100 poles to the begin- stone, then S 3sH E 21 poles to a a ning, containing 30 acres (thirty acres) white oak on the side of the road, then Henry Wulz, Executor of 1 more or less, bald real etate belong- N S6?.( K. 4 poles to a stoue, then S. de Henry J, ing exclusively to Silas Wilkerson and E 21 poles to a white oak on the l'k.intifT. ceased, Abbv Wilkerson. Same purchased of side of the road, then N. 564 W. 1 Against James S Simmons and wife by deed poles to a stoue with a double black J. D. rlodykins, Defend't J liy virtue of a Judgment and Order dateil November 10, lOOl, recorded In oak as a poihter. then S. 35?.j E. 59 Deed Book No. S5 at page 451. Breck poles tu a stone, the corner of the of bale of Hreckinridge Circuit Court, inrldge Countv Court Clerk's otlice. acre lot laid olT as a graveyard, rendered at October term thereof, 11)15, Or sufficient thereof to produce the then with a line thereof N. f)6Jf 'E. 7 in the above cause, lor tile sum ot money so ordered to be made. poles to a stoue, then S 35 '( E, 6 dollars, sums of purchase price, three huudred and seventy-fivthe purchaser. poles to a stone, then S 56)f W. 7 ($375), with interest at tne rate of (I per For the (lav ot with appioved s:rety or securities, must poles to a stone, then S. IIV, E. IO5 cent, per annum from the May, 1910, until paid, nd all costs execute bond, bearing legal interest poles to the beginning. Out ot said licrtiu, I shall proceed to offer fur sale from the day of sale until paid, and 347 acres is excepted the further tract having force and effect at the Court House door tn Hardlns in bond.theLien retained to of a replev- of 12 acres and 16 poles, which Is secure pay bounded as follows; Beginning at a burg, tu the highest bidder, at i'ublic ment of purchase money. Bidders will lost oak In Adklsson's line, corner to Auction, ou comply promptly with A. S, English, then with his line S. be prepared to Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, :15?. E 4r poles to a rock and black at one o.'clock p. m., or thereabout these terms Approximated debt, Interest and cost, oak, then N. 50 E. 44 poles to a rock, (being County Court day), upon a $108 53. LEE WALLS, between a hickory and black oak, then credit of six aud twelve months, the Commissioner. N 35 poles W. 45 poles to a rock In following described property, Adklsson's line in the road, then with Situated, lying and being in Breckinhis line S. 5"Jf W. I4 poles to the be ridge county, State of Kentucky-Aboundeand described as follows: Begin-niu- g COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ginning leaving to be conveyed herein 17? acres more or 'less and the amount nt the Southwest corner opposite to be sold herein taking out tbe above exJoe Hillman's, in Fuirleigh line, run- ceptions Is 112 acres more or less. Or ulng' eastward to Falrlelgirs corner; thence still eastward to Eskridge and Breckinridge Circuit Court, Keutucky. sulllclent thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For William O'Reillej's corner, then with R. S. Skiliman, i'lalntlll. 1 Equity Against thi. purchase price, the purchaser,wim the Willlum O'Kelllev's line tn Ed J 3564. approved surety and securities, must May, Defendant. O'Rellley's corner stone, then north 80 J, R. By virtue of a Judgment and Order execute bond, bearing legal interest poles to a stone, comer stone in Jim Tucket's line: then westward with Jim of Sale of Ilreckluridgc Circuit Court from the day of sale until paid, and Tucker's line to a 33 acre tract, belong rendered at October Term thereof, having the force and effect of a Relog to Newsom estate, running straight i0i4. In the above cause, for the sum plevin bond. Lien retained to secure to Tar Springs road, opposite Joe Hall, of $226 73 (Two Hundred and Twenty-Si- x payment of purchase money. Bidders man's place, then south 80 poles to the Dollars and Seventy Three Cents ) will be prepared to comply promptly beginning, with Tar Springs road The Credited by $72 00, paid Feb 8th, I9I5; with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost tract contains 7(1 Acres and is an oblong also the further credit of $35 00, paid f quare, being 0 acres wide at each end, March 0th, 191s, with interest at the $284 42. LEE WALLS, Commissioner, ana li a acres long, oemg ine same rate of 6 per cent per annum from the CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. land conveyed to defendant, J. D 27th day of August, IqOS, until paid, Hardinsburg Livery (3,-IOO)- ur us and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, J t: (imnecke ! '', 'S ! 1 V. G. BABBAGE I T. RAFFERTY t: 1 h e 1 x-- You'll Wonder How We Can Do It Amid The Holiday Rush Here Is Your Opportunity Ladles Coat Suit La dies House SI pp erm Merc's and Boys8 Suits & Overcoats i That fonnerlp sold for $14.00 and .$15.00; to please our holiday trade, we are offering these suits at coino iii Kod nnd HIuo mIo3; it iiicn Christmas felt with Buck present. A practical and useful gift prices reduced all through this lino. n pn Special $1.25 Ladies Cloaks are Greatly Reduced The price will move thorn! Men's $17.50 Suits Men's Suits, formerly sold at $17.50;' Holiday price, none reserved Boys' Boys Knco-l'ant- Knee-Pan- ts Suits l; OlOiOU s Tliov nre trimmed in velvrt ami fur ' $4.50 to $9.50 Formerly sold nt .fT.fil) Men's $12.50 and $15.00 Suits $12.50 and $15.00 suits; Holiday Suits; pants; very special two pair to if 15.00 price SI 0,00 $4.75 ED. F. ALEXANDER. E church Sunday to practice Christ mas carols to sing to the shut ins on Christmas evening. J. D. Ashcraft and J. W. Massie en If vou are expecting any visitors, or goiag to take a visit during the holt joyed a hunting trip in the Custer neighborhood. They brought back "0 clays, notify correspondent. "The Riisv Store" the Hreckcnrldge New Boats Finished. News sold the calf at once Am ex A number of new boats have been pectlno to sell my mule anv day. The Breckenrldge News delivers the goods finished by the Cloverport Boat and Thanking you, I am most respectf Hy, Manufacturing Co. The "Kenneth W," owned by R. E. Winsteail; a large ferry Win. Coomes, Harned, Ky. boat for Mr. , at Mt Vernon, Ind., and also one for the The Full Formula Rockport, Ind., Ferry Co., have just They now have on of "I'enslar White Pine and Hprucc been completed. Balsam" Is on the hibel so .you can see their dock: the gasoline launch, Sweetwhat a good cough medicine it is. 25c heart, the property of Dr. Klmbley, of Owensboro, which will be repainted at Wedding's Drug Store. and everhauled and will go South shortly on a hunting trip. The Uncle Joe, from the bends, is also on the docks. The Return and barge, which been released, and Is now operating A. R. Crawford left for Akron, Ohio has in Stephensport, Cloverport and Tell position. Mrs. Craw where he has a City trade. ford will join him the first ot the year. W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, and Stop That Bark Mr. Coleman, were In town Wednes day. with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Mr. and Mm. J. R. McMillen. of Balsam," the cough medicine that Evansville, visited their grandmother, does the work. 25c at Wedding's Mrs. Mary McMillen, last week. Drug Store Mrs. Nannie H. Sills is visiting in Louisville. She will remain until after Wants Hobby Horse. the holidays. Dear Santa Claus: Please brine lie Mrs Emma McKaughan visited Mr. a qobby horse, a horn, knife, a small and Mrs. A. C. McKaughan, of Clover roman I placed with you in IRVINftTON KV IRVINGT0N. the birds. Mrs. Kvan I'usey, of Chicago, visited Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain has lor her mother, Mrs. Mary Mitnford, last her guest Mrs. J. O. Harris, of week. Mrs. Wiufield Scott, of Stith's Val ley, was in town Thursday. Mrs. Goepecke, of Louisville, has been the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. V. Schindier. Mesdarues J. B. Sawyer and Nora Board went to Kordsville Friday on one hundred as the guests of Mr and Mrs. K. N. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, of Hawes-vllle- , visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vick-er- s To Farmers hog-raisin- i Stockmen one-fourt- Mr. and Mrs J. D. Habbage, Clover port, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bright Saturday. Irvingtou citizens In Louisville last week: Mesdames J. T. Johnson, C D. Hook, N. U. Netherton, Adelle Conniff, Misses Jesiye Brady, Maggie and Sue Bandy and Paul Wilson. , Mrs. W. J. Piggott was hostess to a joint meeting of the mis ionary societies Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Chamberlain Saturday. made a very interesting talk. Mrs. R. Mrs. Fidelia Galloway is visiting Mr. U. McGlothlan gave a talk on Christand Mrs. Ernest Galloway in Louis mas A delicious salad course was ville. served. Kev. W. W. Woodson, of Louisville, The Methodist Sunday School will was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. observe the annual "White Christmas." T. N. McGlothlan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft enter Miss Elizi PigEott, who is attending tained a number of friends at a bird school in Lexington, will spend the dinner Sunday. holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Fentress, of pjrt, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Glen Dean, were visiting itheir daugh- Den Lay, who has been seriously ill, Geo. Huff, a traveling salesman of er, Mrs. Ed Monahan, last week. is improving slowly. Louisville, spent the week end here. Miss Blanche Martin is the guest of Delivers the Goods. Members of the Baptist, 1'iesbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Guy Martin, of Valley and Methodist churches met at the M.' Dear Mr. Babbage: The "Want Ad" Station. STEPHENSP0RT count of having only produced of their normal crop, and tho present high price of corn makes feeding there prohibitive. Tho dumping of all this stock on the market has influenced, downward, tho general market. However, these conditions are only temporary, and aro bound to have a reactionary effect. Now is tho time to buy feeders, when tho price is low. Fatten therri for the spring market, whon the high prices will again prevail. "VVe can furnish Distillery Slop in tank cars containing 130 barrels to any point on the L., H. & St. L. between M Stanley and Medora, Ky., at a cost per barrel of 01 trie selling prtce 01 a nusnol of corn, which has a little better than an equivalent reeding value. h one-thir- d It is the report that the prevailing low prices of hogs is duo to the cause of tho corn crop failure in the State of Iowa' g which is a largo center. Tho farmers and stockmen of, tho State aro forced to sacrifice their holdings, on ac- Any one desiring the Agency between the points above mentioned, will please write us at once. candles, sparklers train of cars, and lot of good things to eat. And please don't forget my brother acd sisters and my little friends. Your little friend, William McGovern, Free, Ky. GLENM0RE DISTILLERIES Owensboro, Ky. 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We have just what you want for this purpose. Christmas Cards, Seals, Stamps, Plasters, White Tissue Paper, and Holly Boxes, all shapes and sizes. A Holly Box adds greatly to the appearance of a gift. We have them in strong, heavy stock, gold traced holly poinsetta and all patterns in .exclusive designs.