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The Breckenridge news: December 22, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915122201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 22, 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 FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages ANOTHER FIRE AT Harness and Grocery Store of John P. Haswell, Sr., Destroyed by Fire Saturday Night. REFUSES BILL OF PARTICULARS OTHER BUILDINGS DAMAGED CLOVBRPORT, BIG KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1915. FROM OUR LITTLE READERS TO SANTA GLAUS ,0. 25 1FIL0 D'HAVEN FRIDAY. CONSOLIDATION AT Firms Will LETTERS SECOND MESSAGE GOES TO AUSTRIA Every Bit DROWNED Sad Death of Gloverport Citizen Two Important One of the Oldest Families in This City. Member of ACCIDENT Orfilo A be Under the Name ol The Hardinsburg, Mill and Conducted Elevator Co. BEST MARKET POSSIBLE. as Strong as First A. fSJu- -r Note on the Ancona Case. GREAT SHOCK. i r Ji accidently was drowned December 16, while attempt-laThe Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator to cross u stream ot water near his home, "Hon Haven Ranch." Ho was Company and Hrstun, Wtntnurth & returning home from Cloverport when Company, of H&rdln&Durt:. Ky., have the accident happened. The continued consolidated and ttie business from rain that day had caused the stream to December 20 will be conducted under swell, and in un attempt to get across, the name of The Hardlnsourg Mill (c They will con'seeing the danger ol his horses and In Elevator Company. an effort to save them, lost his lift. tinue to carry all the lines carried by The four horses were drowned with Ucston, Whitworth & Co., in addition him. A search for his body was kept to their genera milling business. Wade and Vic flic have sold their up all night. At ten o'clock the next g DeHaven Austria Must Yield to mands If a Rupture Relations Is to Be lieved at Washington Will Bring Pressure Her Ally. American Deof Diplomatic Avoided BeThat Germany to Bear On Washington, Dec. 20. This government's second note to Austria on the sinking of the Ancona has been cabled to Vienna. Upon this communication depends vhether or not diplomatic relations nrc to he continued with The United States has rerused to discuss the circumstance or legality of the submarine attack and has declined to accedo to Austria's request for a bill of particulars upon which the original American demands wero based. As desurILd by a high administration olllclal, the note that mule hitched to it, n sack of marbles has been dispatched to Vienna is knife, fruit, nuts, fire works and some every hit as strong as the llrst ouo I will he a good addressed to the dual monarchy. caps for my pistol. little hoy and go to bed early and shut Tills Is taken here to mean that my eyes tight. Austria must yield to the demands oi the United States or repudiate the Walter Owen lllack, statement of her admiralty In regard Addison. to the details of the Ancona sinking if a rupture with the United States Wants Pencil Box. Is to be avoided. It can be said authoritatively that Dear Old Santa Claus: I thought I would write t' you nnd tell you what I the American government looks on want. I'lease bring me a pencil box and the situation as grave and will await some candy. Xow don't forget Hilly, with considerable anxiety Vienna's next move. Any hope that exists In I'auliue and I.amar olllclal circles that Austria will acYour little girl, cedo to the American demands seems Mary Ellen Ryan, to be based on the belief that GerMatttugly, Ky. many will bring pressure on her ally to affect an adjustment of the controversy. As Washington views the Tries to be Good. situation there Is one loophole Dear Old Santa: I am a little girl through which Austria may avert the four years old and I try to he a good crisis without Immediately yielding to I want you to please bring me a this government's demands girl This gold ring, a doll, bracelet, some candy, might be done If the foreign ofllce I will go to bed ai Vienna should find itself able to reoranges and raisins early and close my eyes tight. Don't pudiate the admiralty statement which confirmed the American view forget mama and papa. that the Ancona, while at a standstill, lleulah Tinius, was torpedoed and sunk with passenMattingly. gers still on board. That statement by the Austrian Wants Big Doll. admiralty Is the keystone on which Dear Santa: As it is drawing near the United States rests its case As long Christmas. I thought I would write to r.palnst the dual monarchy. It stands unrepudlatcd this governyou and tell you what I want for Christ- as ment will feel It has all the evidence mas. I want you to please bring me a necessary, and that It can not enter ring and a big doll, and don't forget into a discussion of other circummama, papa and my two little sisters stances which are regarded as ImmaYour little girl, terial. llessie Muriel Tinius, Mattingly, Ky. Austria-Hun-fcar- morning his body was found. Mr. peHaen was born In Clover port in 1864, and married to Miss Salll: Pumphreyrof Holt, Dicember 34, 1890 I For eight jears he served ai town marshal for this city, and was in the Internal Revenue service at Owensboro for some time. He was an intelligent and pleasant man and had many friends. The deceased is survived by his widow, three brothers, Wickliffe De Haven and Carl DeHaven, ot Clover-porOr. Fred DeHaven, of Louisville, and' one sister, Mrs. Win, Martin, of I Greenville, Ky. f The funeral services were conducttd Saturday afternoon at the home of Wickliffe DeHaven on the hill, by the Rev. Paul S. Powell. The pall bearers were: Fred Furrow, Chas: Kell, J. D. t; Seaton, Harold Jonts, Richard Newman and Gordon McGavock. The burial took place in the Cloverport cemetery. Horses Drowned, Mr. DeHaven's four horses were drowned. Harold Walker was with him and the young man was saved. Mr. DeHaven strained every effort to save the horses. His devotion to dumb animals was one of his chief character istics. His last trip to Cloverport was one of interest to those who saw him His fine horses and covered wagon attracted attention and looked like pros perity and happiness for Christmas at Bon Haven Ranch. As he passed through town, returning home, he waved a bright, cheery good-by- e to hU riends. Buys Cattle. Dear Santa Ciaus: I am looking for you Christmas. I want you to brine me a writing desk, a doll, stave a box of colored crayons, a pair of house slippers, a story book, fruit, candy and nuts. Be sure to come and don't dissappolnt me. Your little girl, good business. Mary Ruth Stallman, The people of Hardinsburg, BreckChenault, Ky! inridge county and the surrounding P. S. Mr. Editor: Please publish c unties should feel very proud to have this so Santa Claus can read It. a business of this kind, as it will enable them to have the very best market Still Living. possible for the products handled by My Dear Santa: I am still living and them. just as good as ever I am seven years old and go to school every day. I'lease bring me that billy goat and wagon joit aimed to bring last year and load the wagon with apples, candy, nuts, bananas, roman caudles, fire crackers and caps for my pistol, nnd please remember all good hoys and girls. Kdwiu II. Stone, Glen Dean, Ky. entire Interest In the milling company and Jess Whitworth, who has had an interest In the firm of Heston, Whitworth & Co., has sold his entire Inter est in same. The entire management of the business in the future will be under the direct supervision of Mr. Alfred Taylor, who has been interested in the Milling Company for the last few years, and Mr. Kussell R. Comp-ton- , who has been manager of Heston, Whitworth & Co. for the last three years. The capital stock of the new corporation will be $18,000.00, fully paid up, fnstead of $15,000.00, and their princl pal place of business will be at The Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Company's olllce on Cloverport Street. For the present tuey will have some one at the office formerly occupied by Heston, Whitworth & Co and the depot until they can effect other arrangements. The consolidation of these two companies, which have carried principally the same lines for the last ten years, make it one of the largest and strongest institutions of its kind in this section of the Sta'te of Kentucky The management will take pleasure in extending to the public, which has been been so liberal with them in the past, every favor possible, consistent with Wants Sail Boat. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little hoy nearly five years old and will tell you what I want for Christmas. Please brine me a hobby horse, a sail boat, a set of carpenter tools and lots of need things to eat. I would like a nice story hook too. Your little boy, Woodrow W. Pile, Mook, Ky. Looking For Santa. Hardinsburg, Dec. 10. (Special). John I. Haswell, Sr's. general harness, saddlery and grocery store was destroyed by fire last night. The fire was discovered abinit 2 o'clock, and was under such headway when discovered, iij.it 11 wan iiiipoioie 10 save any ot the contents. The building and stock was a total loss. Origin of fire unknown. Mr. Huswell's place ol business was considered the nearest fire proof building in the city, being built of brick with concrete Ibors throughout and metal rooi. Through the efforts of the bucket brigi.de Teaftts general store and the Farmers Hank building was saved. The damage to each of these buildings will amount to a considerable sum. The Cumberland Telephone Company sustained quite a loss as well as the Hardinsburg Electric Light plant. This makes the .second fire for Mr. Haswell in the last three years, as his place of business was destroyed in May, Ig'.'I, when the principal part of the city was destroyed. His loss is partially covered by insurance. He had sufficient insurance in 1013 to enable him to rebuild and go into business again, which was paid by Paul Cnmpton, ot this city. He had continued giving his insurance business to Mr. Compton. Before the building fell ia last night .Mr. Compton had made all the necessary arrangements for him to get his insurance, which will enable him to rebuild and resume business at tile same old place on Main street, where he will take pleasure in supplying his customers and friends with the lines carried in the past. placed it together. In sending the deed to be recorded Mr. Weatherholt had the following to say to C. V. Robertson: "I have labored diligently 011 the enclosed deed to get in recordable form, and I hope that it will hold together long enough to get it to record. It certainly is old enough to be laid to rest, and after the rites have been said over it by you, please return to me, charging the funeral expenses to my account." John Nevitt, Basin Springs, returned Noiice. Monday from Louisville with a bunch of To Creditor! and Debtors: All head of feeders for himself and 15 24 head for E H. Shellman. persons iind 'linns indebted to us Walter Moorman bought a fine Polled will please arrange for settlement Durham hull from K. H. Shellmau for at once. Owing to a change, in 100 and one from Sam Cardin for $125. our business we aro forced to a8k Jonas Lyons is feeding a bunch of this favor, atd kindly urge that cattle for Robertson Bros, on the shares, it be complied with immediately six cents basis. Haynes-LeGrand- Notice. e. Please write or call at our ollice at the, Hardinsburg Mill & Ele- Santa Won't Forget. Dear Santa: It is almost Christmas and I thought I would write you a to let you know I haven't fojgot-te- n you, and I don't want you to forget me. Please bring me a story hook, candy, fire crackers, roman candles, nuts, figs, raisins, and please don't forget my teacher, Miss Klmina Lyons. Your little girl. Amy Wilson Stone, Glen Dean, Ky. few-line-s Miss Marv Haynes and Mr. Eric two prominent young people of Garfield, were married Sunday at 10 o'clock bv the Rev. T. N. Cundiff. vator Co. All who havo claims against us will please presentsunie. Heston-Whitwort- h & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Try a News Want Ad Today Read Your Home Paper To Creditors; and Debtors: All persons anil turns who 1110 indobt- eel to us, will plciu--o arrange for full settlement tit once. Owing to chuniro in our hiMiicss, we aro AN OLD DEED forced to ask this favor, and kindl' Wants Doll Buggy. urge that it be complied with iiuPlea-- e Dear Old Santa: I am n little girl write or call to the Pate Heirs-Tw- enty mediately. eight years old. I thought I would write Belonging at ourollico at once. All tho;0 to you and tell you what I want for Old Now having claims against us, will Years I want a doll, doll btigg, Christmas. plca.se present same. Ready to be Recorded. story book, some candy and oranges. Ilardinsluiri! Mill & Klovutor Co., From your little girl, Marian Newman llardin.sburg, Ivy. Marion Weatherholt, deputy clerk, re11 -' Wants Air Gun. Dear Santa: I'lease Jiring me an air gun, a horse, wagon, an automobile that will run, little bo.it, a knife, marbles, a pair of gloves, some story books, box of crayons, pistol caps, an Indian suit, a Will go to hall, all kinds of fire works. bed early. Your little friend, A Addison lllack, Addison, Ky. cently completed an old deed, containing twenty signatures for the l'ate" heirs, beginning in February, 1SS5, and by him on the eighth day of December, 1915. The deed was so o'd and in such a condition that Mr. Weatherholt had to paste and patch it up to keep it from falling to pieces before it was sent to the place of record, Although now readable-i- t must have been a task for him to have com-plete- Teachers Get Their Money. County School Superintendent J. W, Trent reports the largest school warrant this month ever received by the county. for two The amount was $10,193.64 mouths pay for the teachers. Mr, Trent has already mailed checks to teachers who had in their reports. There are about 125 teachers in the county. Irvington Pharmacy Store That The Drug Saves You Honey!, A Bad Little Girl. See Our Beautiful Christmas Display Stocked with the most Appropriate Gifts, Inexpensive Remembrances and Valuable Presents. A Kodak a toy with a serious purpose, a source of pleasure and the moans of a childhood record that will gather interest wjth the years. is something more never-ending We do the printing and developing- for you - Dear Santa: As grandma says she is going to tell you how bad I have been, I will write you so you won't he mad at me. I broke my doll that you gave me last Christmas. So please bring me another one and I will be careful. I would like to have some candy, nuts, grapes and a pair of overalls with four TWICE SAVED THE CITY OF HARDINSBURG. Doesn't Ask For Much. pockets. I'lease don't forget cousin, Dear Santa: I will not ask you for Hetty Owen. I am cousin, Ike's bad very much this time1, as you have always little girl. To the good Citizens of JIurdinsburg and Community: been good to me. I want an air gun, Mabelle Owen Jarboe, Wo wish to thank each and overy one for their valuablo assisttricycle, shooting crackers, caps for my Glen Dean, Ky, By tho heroic pistol, a story botk, sweater, pair of ance rendered in our hohalf through tho recent lire. gloves, a knife, marbles and fire works. work of tho citizens, and tho substantial walls of this institution, wo Wants Roman Candles. I will be a good Also nuts and candy. havo twice in tho lust two years practically saved the City of HarDear Santa: I'lease bring me a rifle, boy, Everett I.ee lllack, dinsburg from desolato ruin. Wo bolievo, and think tio public in a good book, rubber ball, roman candles, Addison, Ky, general, will agree with us, when wo say that we havo 0110 of tho fire crackers, candy,-- oranges, bananas, I have a sister and nuts and raisins. most remarkable buildings for Hanking purposes in tho State of KenWill be at Stephensport. little brother I'lease don't forget them. been tried by tho most terrifio fires, and coming Dear Santa: I am a little girl seven tucky, having twice I am a little boy eight years old and go Wo oIFer a building like this to safeyears old. My home is at Mystic, but I out with only minor losses. to school every day will be at Stephensport until after guard tho belongings of our Patrons and Frionds. Robert Squires, Christmas, Please bring me a sweater, Backed by Stockholders worth many thousands of dollars, which McQuady. a pair of shoes, doll, nuts and candy. doubly secures you from any loss either by firo or otherwise. Wo Don't forget my little brothers and sisFirst Letter to Santa. Good Bank and en ters and my little cousins at Owensboro ask you to bocotuo ouo of the Depositors of this Dear Old Santa: I am 'five years old I will go to bed early atid shut my eyes. joy the many hospitalities afforded by its Officers and Directors. and this is my first letter to you. Now S. Catherine Rose, Again thanking you, and wishing you a merry Christmas and a I want you to brig me an express . Mystic. prosperous Now Year. Wo are, very truly yours, wagon, a train, a lttle gun that shoots a THE FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. Continued on pm T stopper, telephone, a wagon with a DISTILLERY EXCELLENT SLOP AN HOG FOR FEED A PRESIDENT AND HIS BRIDE jj S, U' M asMBia NEW 11 at Are Spending Honeymoon Hot Springs, Virginia, ' ERA KENTUCKY HOG jg Our Store?' Headquarters for Santa Claus Things to Please, Things to Suit (,,lr,ii,,r..-r..--i So time in the history of our country has the raising and feeding of hogs been more profitable than during the past Ave years, and with the European war on conditions will remain equally as good, with every indication for improvement The belligerent countries will have to look to America for large .supplies of meat needed to feed their population, as their former fields of supply are practi cally closing or becoming exhausted. Wonderful possibilities await the where it has stockmen of Kentucky, been practically demonstrated that hogs cnu be fattened and profitably fed on settled slop. The ravages of hog chol era can be eliminated by reason of the .serum treatment, Messrs. Janes and Ilreckler, analytical chemists, Louisville, Ky, , have completed an examination of ou concentrated settled slop and report as follows: I'roteiu 1.61 ' Oil o6o;r Per barrel of 50 gallons this gives a net amount of I'roteiu 6.76 lbs. Oil 2.52 lbs. oil in n bushel of com is as follows (U. S. Unreal! of Chemistry, Department of Agriculture, Hul 120): I'roteiu 5 43 lbs. r. Oil 2.46 w : ! kit uid and Young and Middle Age Total 7 SS lbs, According to the above, it can be seen that oiiCj barrel of concentrated slop is equal to 1. 21 bushels of corn, so far as the valuable feeding constituents of the corn arc 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 100V than the ordinary figure for these con stittteuts In the raw com the losses from imperfect mastication are enor mous, droppings from cattle containing so much feed value oil a com diet that hogs may be fed on them. Here even, with no mastication, the food is all avail able. In addition it may be stated that considerable of the energy supplied by corn is used in its mastication, which is not required in this case. This feed contains over 'r of lactic Total 9.2S lbs. acid, which is valuable for all intestinal The average amount of protein mid uitiseptic. Adv. 1 v4PSi ifi There never was a season when it was so $ important to DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. Our stock is lull and complete and se-- 1 jj( lected to suit everybody. Ou line ot China and Cut Glass Novelties is the Best we Ever Had i Christmas Suggestions Toy Pianos ' 1 Doll Beds Doll Cabinets MURDERED BY BLOW OF AX Children, Upon Returning Home, Find Mother's Dfnrl Rnrlv. Leltchfield, Ky. (Special): Stretched upon the floor of her homo near CInrkson, her head resting on rags and two wounds In her forehead, the body of Mrs. Ulna Pearl, sixty-fivyears old. wns found by her children returning from church. In the yard was a ax. Her husband, Joseph I'enrl, years old, Is in Jail charged with murder. A Jury Impaneled by . Coroner W. R. Shartzer returned a verdict that Mrs. I'earl had conio to her death at the hands of tho husband, who, It Is said, confessed. "I don't know why I did it," ho said. Pearl had twice been an inmato of a state Insane, asylum, having been dismissed tho last time only two weeks ago, after being treated eight months. e blood-stainesixty-sove- ! Child May Die From B'jrns. Lancaster, Ky. (Spefiali: .lohn C. Robinson. .Ir., little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John C. Robinson, who reside on ,ho Danvlllo pike several miles to the west of hero, was seriously burned. Ills mother had left the room when the child's clothing caucjit fire from nn open irate. His body was so ba(,I' '""mod that his condition is I'lioto by Aineilcun Press Association. Trunks ft Pile Drivers iK Boy's Wagons ft ft Automatic Pistols Watches for $1.00 Razors, Razor Hones Razor Straps Pocket Knives Go-Car- ts LOOK UPON KOENIG'S ARREST AS IMPORTANT Other German critical. No. Plotters to Be 40 for the Blood New York, Expels scrofulous humors from the blond, which causes constipation, ma laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Taken. Dec. 20. Tho Import PLAN FRANCHISE SUIT L. & N. and C. ance that Is attached by the federal authorities to the arrest of Paul Koe nig, regarded by them as the head of tho German secret service, in this Owes Her Good Health to Chamberlain's Tablets. owe my i;ood health to Chamberlain's Tablets," write-- , Mr. U. G "Two years Neff. Croolston, Ohio at'o I was an invalid due to stomach I took trouble. three bottles of these Tablets anil hnvo iinco been In the bet cf health. Obtainable everywhere 'I Trial December 20. Mayfleld Ky. (Special): Tho trial of O. A. Alton. V. K. Allen and S. R. Douthit, all prominent citizens, indicted, charged witli barn limning, was set for Pop. 20. the defendant having asked for an immediate trial. A former Indictment on the same chargo was dismissed during the present term of rourt and a now Indictment returned. Laughter Aids Digestion. Laughter i? one of the most health- fui exertions it is a crp.'it help to dictation. A still more effectual help Is a do3e of Chambei lain'-- . Tablets If Lifer Stole Dinner Bucket. Pardoned. Wheeling V. Va. (Special): Frank )oti should lie troub'ed with indigestion cive them a trial. They only coit 'olmsoii, formerly of Wheeling, of ileal!!!-- : n d'nner Iwk t a q lartir Obtainable everywhere. life nd a coat nnd sentenced Kansas Woman Prisoner Paroled. under th- Inbltunl erlml-'ia- l Only woman in Kan as privm for act. bos br-- n pardom d by i parole 1. While there luif.'.i.r has H. D. HaK'eld. tireonjlng to n Hie i.;p't her Mm li'iuuliters in here.' Johnson served annouiicem-i- it mVi,-- ; 1; fancy n! Mailt years of his conti n"e. con-'ete- d -' 1 country, was Indicated by tho confl dence with which they assorted their Tax Assessments. belief that most of the accidents and Frankfort, Ky. (Special): For the fires in ammunition plants and on fourth consecutive year suits will he board ships would cease. brought In tho federal court hero by They felt that Koenlg has been so railroads to enjoin the collection of In the German plans taxes on what they consider excessive that with his removal the work of franchise assessments. the machine must break down. And Tho Louisville & Nashville and they felt that with the evidence found Cliesapeal-& Ohio laid tho ground In tho notebook they can round up for suits by paying to the state audi- most of the persons who havo been tor taxes on what they consider a Involved In the country-widconfair valuation of their franchises nnd spiracies. will sue to enjoin tho collection on They have learned for one thing the balance nnd to enjoin the certi- that Koenlg employed twenty-fivto fication of it to taxing districts. thirty people on salaries averaging $20 These two companies and the Illi- a week since the war began. Healdes nois Central and Cincinnati, New Or- these men there aro constant referleans & Texas Pacific were raised ences to others, and it Is predicted from 3(10 to DOrt per cent, in 1912, nnd that at least thirty-livmore men will be arrested within a short time. the raises for tho three years preceding this are now In litigation In tho There Is much elation among federal olllclals over the arrest of Koefederal court. nlg. They rega-- d him as ono of tho cleverest men they have ever had to Bear This in Mind. ; do with, and said that ho boasted that ho would never be caiuht. Ills abil-it"I consider Chamberlain's Couth to cover his tracks was such that, Remedy by far the best med.cine in although they have known of his activ the market for colds ard croup," any;. Itios for a long time It Was not until Mrs. Albert I'.lnsser, Lima, Ohio a few days nso that they felt evidence Many o:hers aro of the same opinion. had been secured to warrant his arrest. Obtainable everywhere. & O. Will Contest e e e e y ft Toy Irons ft Toy Lanterns ft! Casseroles ft Toy Dogs ft Ice Skates Salt and Pepper Sets ft Toy Tool Chests ft! Carvers ft ft ft Aluminumware Roasters ft ft Corn Poppers Butter Knives ft Flash Lights Shot Guns, Rifles ft! Table. Cutlery ft Alarm Clocks ft ft Lots of Gifts on our 5c and 10c Counters ft ft g De&iueb a run Line ot Moves, Kanges ana neaters. m ?s? Come and make Your Selections before the stockft as . ft ft Doll Buggies ft Toy Stoves ft Baby Buggies Rocking Horses Hook and Ladder Wagons Chafing Dishes Baking Dishes Percolators - i IKVlrWlON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT a, You ffj atf ft jr .un Line Irvlngton, Kentucky CO. 01 l oys Are a Thorough THREE KILLED AT CROSSING Jitney Buss Struck by Pennsylvania Freight Train. Struck by a Pennsylvania railroad frclKlit train at a srailo crossing in West Apollo, wlillo riding in a Jllnoy bus, UenrRe Home, a steel roller: Clifford McC'onnell, n farmer; Itolicrt .Mlllron, a mill worker, nnd V. II. fiuorsc. driver nnd owner of the bus, wero killed. . Itoliort Trainman nnd Herbert Home, a son of Oooi-kHome, injuries from which they will die. Henry Grden received serious hurts All tho Uctlma were on their way from Apollo to their homes fn Vanderfirlft when tho accident oc. curred. George Homo and McConncIl were burled beneath wrcckaKo and wero dead when removed. 110. .i Business Man? If so, get Your Commer cial Supplies from this Office. Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves You and Your Children are Cordially Invited to come to rittsiiurs, Dec. Peyton & Rhodes' and see their Price 25c Receipt books, larne size, 100 leaves price 25c; small st'ze 10c; 50 leaves Important! Due Id lliu Mid of our friend and competitor, iyj Mr. Hitswfll, who will temporarily suspend business on tie- count of hn recent. burn-out- . and beini: just at Christum time, us it is, many of his customer.- - will probably lie disappointed in lindinir their Chiintmns Gioceiies, but we aro preparing to accommodate that part of liU trade that heitto-forwo havo not paid any special attention to. We will havo in ntock for tho Holidays ne Price 5c l'roiuisory leaves; price, per book High-k'rad- e Xotes, 50 Christmas Presents for all the- familv. Marb-prrJrwn -J. IT 11 j at the lowest prices. Let the chil- dren see the big stick of candy weighing 100 pounds. J 25 Cents Deed Covers Send jour deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for -- A. t X- - V X g GERMAN 5 Cents VESSELS ARE SUNK Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, two for e Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Celery, Nuts of all kinds, Cranberries, Christmas Candies. Wo have a complete stock of Holiday Novoltios such tin Hosiery, Neckwear, Handkerchief, Jewelry, China ware, Hooks, Toys, Baskets DolU, and in fact everything for Christmas. oy a suDmarine. llerlln (via Amsterdam and Lon. don), Dec. 20. Tho following olliclal statement was IssBed hero: "The small cruiser llerwln, nnd an accompanying torpedo boat havo been Bunk by a submarine In tho eastern llaltlc. A considerable portion of tuo crews aro safe," The Gurman cruiser nerwln Is one of a gro'jy of five vessels of tho same class laid down In 1902 and 1903 ai completed two years later. Cruiser and Torpedo Boat Destroyed ' 1 5 Cents lin- Pension Certificates, three for 10 Cents sheets of Typewriter Paper, en, legal size, price 13 I I s PEYTON & RHODES, New Masonic Building 5 Cents includinglState-uieut- Hardinsburg, Ky. and Sale Hooks. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, 'script, price Printed Stationery $1.25 100 for Death of Mrs. Morton. Mrs. Clias. Morton died at her home on the hill November a8 of tuberculosis She wns twenty seven years old and left a husband, three children, one sister and three brothers, The funeral serv ices were conducted by Rev. Powell at the residence, the Interment was In the Cloverport cemetery. Printing new cards from old plate, $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... s B.F.Beard&Co. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. Offlra Hours: DENTIST !;5:'S:',W. Always In office during ' office bourn IrrlHtH, Ky. BULBARS POUND ALLIED FOROES TANLAC SECURES T Another Old Custom . Time Has Removed. Quality Tells tho Interesting Latter Otter Stout Resistance, Story of This Extraordinary Modicine. But Are Retreating Steadily. UnhulAli Anglo-Frenc- h NIUN NhH KbAuilbU Retreat According ficc In a Miserable Condition, to the Berlin War Three Ir.IsM Regimen'. French For Bravery Withdraw Lines Without Fighting. Operations On All Fronts. Mentioned London, Dec. 13. Tho battle ary expeditiontho Franco-Britis- h ,army In southern Serbia and tiio Bulgarians is rapidly approaching Its end. Fighting of tho utmost violence, which began six days ago, when tho beginning of tho allied retreat was forced by their attacks, Is still going on, the Uulgars attacking and pursuing with undiminished force and tho ftllfnn roiirlnHnr Htnhhnrn rrnr pimnl resistance, but retreating steadily. Berlin announces that tho allied retirement across tho Greek frontier already has begun. Tho Bulgarian war office, however, admits that the French forces arc "desperately resisting at every position." Tho allied forces have been pushed by tho victorious Bulgarians Into tho borbend formed by tho Serbo-Greeder lino in tho southeast. Tho pursuers are reaping the fruits of their etcady gains of the past week, many prisoners and great quantities of material falling Into their hands. The British war- - office admits the loss of eight big field guns and places the British losses at "sonro 1.E00 men." From official French and British reports It is evident that tho British lino now runs from the western shore o! railLake Dorian to the Salonlca-Nlsway, and Is in contact at that point with the French, whose line extends from a point Just south of Ghovghell estwards to tho frontier. Berlin described tho allied retreat The s "in a miserable condition." extreme violence of tho Bulgarian at tacks and the tenacity of tho allies' resistance is Illustrated by tho British war office report. To the bravery of three Irish regiments, the Munstci fuslleers, the Dublin fusllcers and the report Connaught rangers, this ascribes the success of tho retirement of the Tenth British division to Its present lino. The French, who sustained tho first onslaught of the Bulgars In tho Var-da- r valley a little less than a week ago, managed on Dec. 10 and 11 to withdraw tholr lines "without fighting." according to the Paris war office statement. It was then that the Bulgarians concentrated their forces with nil might against the British west of Lako Dorian and forced them to change tnclr position from a vertical o a nonzoniai line. Anglo-k h Make Your Own Healing Remedy at Home. Buy a 5ic bottle of Farris Healing Remedy, add to it a pint of Linseed Oil to make a healing oil, or add to It a pound of lard or a pound of vaseline to You will then make an ointment, have sixteen ounces of the Healing Remedy for harness and saddle falls, barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any hurt or sore whera the skin is broken. Positively guaranteed the best made. By so dolne you Make it at home. have $2.0(i worth for 50c. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. No other medicine ever has approachIts ed the wonderful record of Tatllac success is n romance of the staid business world a success built on merit so unusual that in just nine mouths after Tanlac had been introduced, one million bottles had been sold to men and women who had learned its superior qualities for the relief of ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys and catarrhal af fecliotis Tatllac appeals to the best people evThese are the men and woerywhere. men who judge intelligently and impartially, ond the result alwajs is a Upon the endorsement Tatllac verdict. of many thousands of well known people rests the great and secure popularity of Tn nlac Those who take Tatllac always return for the second bottle because the first few doses establish its merits. Tanlac is so efficient and pure, it at once makes, kilowti its value in derangements of the stomach, indigestion, upset nerves mid Holiday Cards, Folders 45 debility. and Envelopes. Tatllac, that has come to be generally known ns the Master Medicine, may now be 'obtained in Cloverport, Ky , at Persons seeking an attractive line of Wedding's Drug Store, where it is ex- engraved and embossed holiday cards, plained daily to many people folders, notes and envelopes for the coming season should send their orders tn i C.'ushcU to Death. It ofThe Ilreckenridge News office. Ashland, Ky. (Special): F. D. Man- fers a wide range of styles from which ning, thirty years old, was caught beto make a selection, and is making a tween tho arm of a steel crane nnd a car platform at the plant of the proposition to customers that should Ashland Iron nnd Mining company prove attractive. and so .badly crushed that he died almost instantlyi Manning had boon La Grippe and Fever Cured. employed ns foreman on the crane only two days. '"Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic cured my husband of LaGrippe and Fever after other remedies failed.'' Poisons LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. Retained in the bndv causes rheumaSol(l by Wedding's Drug Store. tism, fCrolula, malaria," constipation, 55 blood poison. Number 10 For The Fire. S3 Wood expels poisons ftom the body and Ky.- (Spnp'al) : Two ram cures blood poison in Its worst form. wero burned to death and ten other Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. were Injured, one seilnusly, hero when fire partly doetroynl tho Seventh Avenue hotol. I'ollre and CURIOUS PENALTIES. rescued fifteen guests whllo wcnty-flvothers escaped clad only Some That Were Inflicted In the Early n their night clothing. Days In New York. When New York, or ns it was then Dyspepsia is America's curse. To ifcalled. New Amsterdam, was under Dutch rule, some peculiar penalties ' restore digestion, normal weight, good were enacted. In 11512 a defendant in health and purify the blood, use Ilur- nn action for slander was sentenced ,dock Blood Hitters, Sold at all drug "to throw something In the box for stores. Price i1.00. Thomas Cornel, a tho poor." In soldier, was tried for desertion aud Dr. A. Morgan Vance Dead. I)r. A. Lonlsvlll", Ky. (Special): sentenced "to be conveyed to the place of execution, nnd there fasteued to n Morgan Vance, widely known In the stake and a ball fired over his head, as field of orthopedic surrary. is dead an example to other evildoers." after an Illness of several weeks. Dr. In 1017 .fonas Jouassou, a soldier, for Vanco at tho time of his death was robbing hen roosts and killing a pig president "f tho Kentucky State Medwas ordered "to ride a wooden horse ical association and a fellow of the three days, from 2 p. in. to the con- American College of Surgery. clusion of the parade, with n fifty pound weight tied to eacli foot." In Breaks a Cold. 1G4S an Englishman found guilty of n grave offense was pardoned on conThe demand for "Wedding's Cold dition that ho saw firewood for one Tablets" has been made on their year for tho West India company. In the time of the commonwealth, In merits as a cold and grip remedy. at Wedding's Drug Store. England, drunkards ut Newcustlo-ou-Tynwere sentenced to carry about a Louisville Firemen Killed. tub, with holes in the sides for the Kdwurd l,outBvllb. Ky. (Special): nrms to pass through. In 1751, In Scotplpnmnn of No. 4 land, David I.eyes, for striking his Rider, for,y-eighfather, was compelled to appear before engine company, was killed when the the congregation at church, "bairhcddlt hose, reel was struck by nn "owl" and balrfuttlt." with n paper abovo his street car. The accldont happened head inscribed with large letters, s,Bo-hol- within a block of the engine house. tho ouuuturall son, punished for Four others wero seriously Injured m putting hand on his father, and dis- the collision. honoring God ii; him." Exchange. er With the passing of time has conic the passing of many old customs; family traditions arc long forgotten Tliis Is particularly true of one of the oldest of customs among housewives, that of daughters following their moth ers in the use of foods and housekeeping methods. In the olden days if mother did a certain thing this way or that way, daughter did likewise, regardless of newer and Improved methods. If mother used n particular brand of food, daughters was blinded to better kinds merely because mother had used the same brand for years Hut now both mothers nnd daughters have changed their methods and Investigate 'and compare, not by price alone, but by actui'l results obtained. Klh The old order is changing. The candle has given way to the electric e to light; the old fashioned Millions of scientific heating methods housewives have changed their brands of coffee, tea, extracts, baking powder as nn.l other toods. Calumet Hakiug Tow-dis one of the most popular brands on vs the market toilav because of the uni- PS formly good baking results obtained by M those who use it I .iif.Wf..i Save 6 Per Cent Penalty and 6 Per Cent Interest I FREE Christmas Gift To Ail FREES I All persons owing taxes will be given free I the 6 per cent penalty and 6 per cent interest g if paid by JANUARY 1st, 1916 Remember we must collect. It not paid by fK S5 . a ;bh i 11 t uitii we wm ue cumpeiieu iu nn1 collections, iurce WT Ovm nj"fcSff4kl AS treat every one the same. This is final. If If you do not accept you are to blame. ; m. rj-km- fn-vrSns-- "i . WE ARE GOING TO COLLECT S s i We have made the following dates. Meet us and let us make you a present of this ft Christmas Gift: I Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Every Day Custer and Lodiburg, Monday, December 27, 1915 Mook, RIystic and Rockvale, Tuesday, December 28. 1915 Big Spring, Ammons and Glen Dean, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1915 Bewleyville, lYIooieyville, Irvington and McDanieJs,. Thursday, Dec. 1915 I 8 I 30, I I! Hudson and Chenault, Friday, December 31, 1915 Stephensport, Saturday, January 1, 1916 It Very truly, 1 JL JE5 SEji Sheriff Breckinridge County. ID $5 Ik llro--ue- e - W. C. Pate, Cloverport, Ky., VV. H. Gibson, Sample, Ky., A. J. Dye, Clifton Mills, Ky., and J. 13. Carman, Wooclrow, Ky. Send money in any way to any of above and receipts will follow. 10-1- v 0. New tore v. - - fej o I have just completed my Mew I t, X d Storeroom in the west end of the Crawford Milding, with 90 feet glass front, and will carry a full line of Want Ad. if you quick results. want Try a Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. 50c at all stores, ENDORSEDJT HOME Such Proof as This Should vince Any Cloverport Con- Citizen. Buy a Man's. Gift at The Man's Fashion Shop! 0 We are Specialists in Men's Wear. Let us offer a 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 0 o CLIME'S THE MEN'S FASHION SHOP" The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be produced. None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes forward and testifies to his fellow citizens, addresses his friends and neighbors, you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when it is for the public good is an act of kindness that should The following statebe appreciated. ment given by a resident of Cloverport adds one more to the many cases of Home indorsement which are being published about Doan's Kidney Tills Read it. L. V Chapin, Cloverport, says: "I was in bad shape with kidney trouble Seeing Doan's Kidney Tills recommended, I went to l'isher's Drug Store and I have got a box. One box cured me had no need of a kidney medicine since." Trice 50c, at all dealers. Don't siuip'y ask for a kidney remedy get Douu's Kidney Til s the same that Mr. l'oster-MilbuCo., had. Chapin I'rops., Iluffalo, N. Y. Hardware, Furniture and Undertaker's Stock. Come and see my New Store and new stock of goods. Clean new stock, at prices that will suit you. C. A. TINIUS yyvywyyyyvvvyyyvvvyyvwvv Notice. otice. of Stephensport, : : : Kentucky. 'The Full Formula "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam" is on the label so 'you can see what a irood cough medicine it is. 2jc at Wedding's Drug Store. s Dr. K. I Stephenson will be In his Atks Damagss For Shooting. Advertising of every nature, such Mayflold, Ky. (Special): Suit for office at Stephensport regularly after as colt show ads., ads. for money-mak- 15,000 damages has beejj filed by S. January 1, 1916, to practice his profes' attainments for schools and E. Drown against J. M. Pitman for slon. Prompt attention will be given uu. lnjurlea Inflicted when the defendant to all natlenu who call at his office. lar rates. la alleged to have fired the contents JOHN d. babbage. of a shotgun Into tie plaint I IT body. Read the Want Column ..", "u Try a News Want Ad. THE BRECKENUiUGE. NEWS, JMJ. U. d VbrlAUl. tditor una I'u&liSiivi 8 CLOVERPORT,' KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER When you come to Hardinsburg this week to do your Christmas shopping think of Drop in 'and see his iine of Meautiful Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions. M smUHT .j 22, 1915 eJolrn X. Hobcn Suitable Gifts For the Household Library Tables Kitchen CabinetHocking Chairs - k 1 EIGHT PAGES. BUSIXKSS LOCALS 10c per lino, and 6c for each additional insortion. CAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for nt the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tholnbcl on your paper. If it is not" correct please notify us. SImAV TIsllllllM 4 uri5 omd ntmSi MUHIM isllllHMMsV tHHHHHIIHsV A Dining Table.Safe Davenports Latest Stylo Princes Dressers DavcnctteIron Beds Wash Stands Floor Linoletim Ask to see it. 551 olHjl (jmmry ; cam. no I. tm ' . S amAunlll Our Christmas Wish h g 8 I John T. 3fc Hobcn, at cents extra. H Ejj Hardinsburg, Ky. is fifty-tw- o p K Would span earth's distance with a bridge of gold, Tvealth K O'er tbhick might pass to you a fadeless 'h Of all good things, home, friends, unbounded health, 85 The fruit of hope, joy, strength and peace untold, j . The quietude that comes from work well-donfik An active, joyous rest, from sun to sun. e. scriptions to fpreign countries, the postage Christmas would not mean much to us without those merry little letters to Santa Cluus. Wants An Elephant. Dcnr Santa Clans: I run a little boy live years old. Please bring SEEK SECLUSION ine u little elephant, lots of fruit and candy. I'lcasc bring all of my brothers and sisters something Have Whole Section of Hotel nice. Your little boy, Bernard F. Hallman. at Famous Virginia Resort. Wants a Watch. Dear Santa Glaus: I am a little Hot Springs, Va., Dec. 0. Reachboy nine years old, and I have footing this retreat in the been a vtry good boy. I want hills ot their native state Sunday Kotnan morning, President and Mrs Wilson you to bring me some o candles, crackers, a good took to a wing of the hotel which had been reserred for them and did not knife, a gun and a watch that will Don't forget my little leave It all day. Special services had run. been arranged for them but they de- brother, he is fifteen months old. clined again to face the gauntlet of From your little boy, eyes', which seemingly they can not Waller McUary, escape. The party was greeted heartily when it arrived. The residents of McQuady, Ky. BUT YOU MAY BE A HEALTHY, STRONG MAN WHILE YOU HAVE LIFE AND HOW ABOUT ARRANGE YOUR AFFAIRS SO THAT SHOULD YOU BE SUDDENLY TAKEN AWAY YOUR LOVED ONES WILL BE PROTECTED. BE A CAREFUL MAN AND MAKE YOUR WILL NOW. MAKE OUR STRONG CORPORATION YOUR EXECUTORS. THEN YOU WILL BE FREE FROM WORRY AND ANXIETY. COME IN AND CONSULT WITH US NEVER COMES YOU KNOW. WE CAN OFFER YOU SAFE INVESTMENTS. TO-DATO-DA- WILSON AND BRIDE Total Resources Including- Trust Investments $600,00000 Safe Deposjt Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. 4 . . ,, CT I II u. uu.u WITT.'' UlUUM.MAt uatiiLiiua MHM iiuv u.. u. the Louisville,. from greetings and bu?l "The Henderson and St. Louis Railway Company." were issued to the friends and patron- - of the road .Monday. They came from the gene Christmas folder, the second e on a eral ollices in pane giving the names- of the executive department, the legil. accounting and treasury departments, the operating and trallic departtouch to the folder. In the ments. Santa Clan- - cave a most arti-ti- e corner at the top of the first pane is placed a Chiitmas tree, on which hanirs the little red card of the. Henderson Route, and boughs, runs a heavy freight train, characunderneath teristic of tho-- c which are going over the road this winter. Across the center are the sentiments of the comptny. set under two bar of music: "Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind." The greetings ue an inspiration to men men who appicciate . who love thcjChristtim friendship, who value good will in and try to live it every day. Wc send back to the Henderson spirit Route, our sincere, good wishes which we shall express by stronger and greater efforts in 1910 for the success of this road. ,....-.w,T.. T wi-h- es I THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. ivxansuwisximmimammmmm Loui-vill- hand-oni- tree-cla- left-han- d Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor. Phone 50 THE PLACE OF -- 7 li-- candle-lighte- d Cloverport, Ky. Ill m bu-i- ne MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. Let it Put sunshine and gladnes" to your "merry out with a merry ring and let your "thank you;-- - fairly bubble over with appreciation. They are magic words if they come from the heart, and it costs nothing but a smile coupled with an honest, sincete expression to do it right. We .should begin on Christmas Day to cultivate a sunny, cheerful exterior and a kindly smile, a cordial manner towards everybody, and we are sure to make acquaintances and friendships more easily. One of the greatest helps to happiues, to the progress of all mankind, is the habit of kindness, of the thouglitfulness for other-:- , of suing kind things to others and about them. How many good things the Christian spirit brings to ns and how many unplea-an- t things it keeps away from us The Christmas spirit is in the air, may each and every one I uvc the true spirit in their hearts of "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men." Chri-tmas- ." the little colony which rests in the foothills and of the hotel were present in large numbers to greet the party. The two alighted and walked briskly to their closed cars. To the applause of the crowd the president raised his hat and smiled, but he did not slacken his gait. Mrs. Wilson, draped in a long black Astrakan coat was bundled until Just her eyes nnd the tips of her ears could be seen. Motion picture men had hurriedly detrained and had their machines ready Dut secret service men forcibly seized the machines and gruffly gave notice of a "no picture order." The presidential party has a whole section of the hotel at Its disposal. Although only the necessary suites have been reserved all the newer section of the house, built in 1913. has been turned over. It has a number of exits and entrances of its own, so that the twr need not !,nss through the main lobby. Wilson's Marriage. Washington. Dec 20. Cards announcing the morriace of Woodrow Wilson and Mrs N'orman Gait were distributed through the mails. Announce Wants Marbles. Dear Santa Glaus: Please bring me some marbles, a knife, some oranges, bananas, candy and Don't forcet my teachers, Miss Young and Miss Julia Wroe. Please bring mamti and papa something nice. Your little boy, Gelostino Broy Ballman. Dog Without Teeth. . i wil Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IN tlifil4inn t'uiiuiii RitilHinn MoforSiI iiiaiwiiai, Liuiiuiiig uuiuiiuiu, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Oils, HopHuoro m .Lubricating Greases 1 and Gasoline I M Dear Santa Clans: I am a little boy three years old. Pleaso bring mo a knife, a littlo dog without teeth so that it can not bite, and plcate bring my little sister, Agnes, a doll. I will go to bed early and sliut'my eyes tight. Your littlo boy, Leo Anthony Ballman. Lives on the Hill. Dear Santa: I am a littlo boy eight years old and I live on the hill. Pleaso bring mo an air i i lie, new blue sergo suit, and a sled, oranges, candy, nuts and lots of nice things. Your little boy, Walter A. Scott. Wants Sewing Box. Dear Santa: I would like for you to bring mo a doll buggy, doll, trunk, piano, kitchen cabinet and a sowing box; also candy Irene Swearens. and fruit. Cloverport, Ky. Wants Leather Bridle. Dear Santa Claua: I live near Hardinsburg on Route 3. I want you to bring rao a leather bridle, candy, bananas, and lots of fruit. Your littlo boy, Dolloy Pate, Hardinsburg, Ky. Wants Big Doll. Dear Santa: I want you to bring mo a great big sleeping doll, a doll's cook stovo, kitchen cabi-nelaundry outfit, bed, rocker and everything good to eat. Pleaso don't forget mama and papu. Louiso Borry, Glen Dean, Ky. t, m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe I Iffl ana ritiings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited E?Si Era SCfSl IHcS! 55531 rST rSK55 (3rSl!BSilBSi!SS The Henderson Route placed an order last week with the Webster Stone Company, Irvington, for 15,000 cubic yards road ballast. This means business home business for the crusher and its employes, and means a big improvement of the road. The Henderson Route is a prosperous road and its prosperity permeates the whole cominuniiy. This is the last Breckenridgo News day before the twenty-fiftIsn't there some one to whom you would like to send our paper for Christmas? We have beautiful announcement gift curds. For sub- h. To Farmers j Stockmen It is the report that the prevailing low prices of hogs is due to the cause of the corn crop failure in the State of Iowa which is a largo center. The farmers and stockmen of the State are forced to sacrifice their holdings, on acof their normal count of having only produced crop, and the present high price of corn makes feeding there prohibitive. The dumping of all this stock on the market has in fluenced, downward, the general market. However, these conditions are only temporary, and are bound to have a reactionary effect. Now is the time to buy feeders, when the price is low. Fatten them for the spring' market, when the high prices will again prevail. We can furnish Distillery Slop in tank cars containing 130 barrels to any point on the L., H. & St. L. between Stanley and Medora, Ky., at a cost per barrel of of the selling price of a bushel of corn, which has a little better than an equivalent feeding value. hog-raisin- THE MARKETS CHICAGO, Dec. 20. g IOC CHRISTMAS GREETINGS! steers, J6U: Cattle Native beef western steers. JC 25115 25; cows and hslf-ercalves, 6 75 10 20. 12 SOfffF 35: Hogs Light. 1096 45: mixed, 16 70; roughs, ft 16 f 45; heavy, J6 I IB; plus, (4 7606 00. Fhp and Lambs Wsthare, ft H9 I JO; lambs. ?S 90(J8 10. EAST BUFFALO, Dec. IS. Cattle Prime steers, Is 50ffi9; shipping. $T'(0i 25; butchers. 16 B08 25; helftrs. at; bull. S4 H 5007 75; cows, , calves, HSU. I Hoss Heavies. J6 M6 75; nixed. St 6001 t5; Yorkers. id 2500 t0: plrs. f S976 28: roughs. 15 75(35 (0; stats. 14 It a. T6-- one-fourt- h 5 25. wethers, hpe Rheen tC 75(97; ewes, and Lambs Yearllnrs. It ISiffs 60; lambs, (S8 this season of the year we are reminded of pleasant business relations with our customers our and friends and we want to extend to them our kindest and best wishes for a Happy Christmas and 'At CLEVELAND, Deo. 20. 7 28l; Cattle Choice fat steers. 60; heifers, 16 IStji butcher steers, 6 IS9. J5Q8: 25; mixed -- one-thir- d Any calves. HCfll. Hobs Yorkers, 16 59; heavies and mediums, 16 tl; pigs, 6; roughs. IS to; 75: hulls. S3 60; cows. 15. 10; one desiring the Agency between the points above mentioned, will please write us at once. itaf, bright, joyful, prosperous New Year. We thank every one of you for your patronage during the past year and ask a liberal share for the coining year. We wish you one and all a Merry Christmas. a Sheep and Lambs Wethers. J5 2ig I 75; ewes, J4 50fi 5 25; lambs, J79 10. PITTSBURGH, Deo. 20. Cattle Prime steers, J909 50; choice fat steers. JS 50?8 75; butcher steers, 176 25; hulls, 15. GLENM0KE DISTILLERIES CO. Owensboro, Ky. CINCINNATI, Dec. 20. 4 60 14 60O7 75; heifers, calvrs, $879 60. lings Packer nnd butchers, St 400 6 75: common to choice, $5fi6 70; pigs, nnd lights, S3 WffC 40: stags. $l5. Pheep and Lambs Sheep, 3f6; Iambi, 4l7! cows. ISffjS 75; figs, J(i6 25. Sheep nnd Lambs Top sheep, top lambs, $9 80, It 7'97 85: helTers. J6 !5tr. 65; cows. 16 60 tS 50Q6- - calves, til. IIoks Heavies, 6 75fl6 80; Yorkers, 65; St 11 Send It On. Some days ago, or more likely some weeks ago, there came to the parsonage hei'e at Uodgen-vill- e a card notice Irom you that my time had expired for the old "News," I have been in revival meetings nearly ever since, away from home, and like so many whom you have to call to duty I just overlooked the sending in "that dollar." We missed the paper this week, and at once thought of "that dollar," and resolved to send it In. We like the home paper because it is a let tO; Dear Mr. Uabbage: Cattle Steers, ter from home, but not for this alone, as it is about the best county paper we know. Send it on quick, and find enclosed check to cover subscription for another year. Yours very truly, U. O. Penick, Hodgenville, Ky. I 9 SO. Ed. F. Alexander, Irvlngton, Kentucky. HOE 1 DOSTCN. ttbla, I- -" t. Returns From Oklahoma. Irvington Monday. Mr. olu houfe-ueaSniinlokli comes to stay and is the market for a good farm. MK half bWod MBbltifa, W.. Simmons and family, who went 11(1, West two yfears ago, returned to their Pleasant Visitor. Miss Susie l'rout, who has been visit ing Miss Essie Kendall, near Webster, returned Jo. lifer' Iiouk in Louisville Mon-da- y after a very pleasant visit. fciasc; delaine unwashed, 80j 31c. Popl Try a Want Adfoday 15he Breckonridge News 22, 1915 ReducedFares Account WEDNESDAY, DEC. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Bell, of Memphis, will spend Christmas with their aunt, Mrs. A. R. Fisher and Mr Entered uttlio I'ost OnileontClorerpoit, ns second class mutter. Kj - - HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN klnsvllle. ADVERTISING DY THE Via Fisher. . rZ 7lJ 71 Z. The Rev. Mr. Paul S. Powell will : "7 spend Christmas with his parents, Dr. Note Advertisers plense notify (lie editor Louis Powell and Mrs Powell, in Hop. wlieliyou wunt advertisement discontinued. Wa.rts.l ADVERTISE ' A L., H. & ST. L. TICKETS ON SALE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS ,HTCJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES December Limited Until January 10 5 E. M. Womack, G. P. A. J 3.50 For Precinct nmt city Offices For County Offices $6.00 t ?or State nml Distilct Offices f lft.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In the Inter est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line . Louisville, Kentucky Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Ry. effective September 19, 1915. D:l. A. M. .10:1(1 A. M. 12:10 l M. 4:.M I'. M. 5:4ii I'. II. 7:10 l Jl. .1:07 A. M. 5:51 A. M OIL HAST HOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnntmi Arriving Iuilsvllle. No. 141 will leavo Cloverport Arrlvlns trvlnirtoii Arriving LouisvilleNo. 140 will leave Cloveroort Arriving Irvlnnton . No. 142 . . .. . . . PAINTINGS! On Exhibition At . NOLTE'S STORE! They Make Ideal WKST HOUND No. 141 will leavo Cloverport... Arriving Owmslmro. Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leavo Cloverport . 10 63 A. M, 1:r.s r I1 Christmas Presents, PAINTED BY Arriving llnweivlllu . Arriving Owmsboro will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Eviinsvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Ilendersou 143 1:23 1' 7.40 r 7:09 V 7:30 I1 S :1S I1 1' 12:5s A. M, l:4 A.M. 2:I5 A. M, 7:40 A.M. ii:.",0A.M, Bert Oram and Miss Dorothy E Mlchlln, of SI. Louis, were m.trried on Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this November 26. Mr. Oram formerly Column lived here. ONE CENT I Lit WORD Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelzo are re ceiving congratulations on the birth oi a ;ccod daughter, Catherine Oe'ze, Por.Rcnt Illncksinitli Shop. D cember. FOI! Itr.XT- - A k r If U'v shop nnd dwel a Imtlsi. Ill Kill- ii.r.1.ili.. Mr, aud Mr;. L. T, Slffurd ar.d son, call or write to It. K. Hcrntfslrs. Kirk. Ky. Melvin, nd Miss Ethel Ridgeway will For Sale .Mammoth Bronze Turkeys spend Christmas at Tulsa, Okla., with llrunrn Turkeys MAMMOTH their parents. Choice young tonis, Una sped mens, dl.spl lying nil the markings ot tlio Miss Jewell Miller left Sunday for breed; also few II. it red Itn-Cockerels Miss M. II. moderate fur Rockport, Ind,, to spend Christmas, Oreenwoud, lloc37, ijtilck s iles Ky. frvlngton, after a several months stay with Mrs. Wanted ,Man with Horse and Wuccy James Cordrey. MAN past 30 with horo and huegv to sell .. rl.l .... There will be no meeting of the S1icWrimlltl.ui I'nuili.r 1.1 II Wednesday Club today. Miss Irene county Salary $70 per month. Address a Industrial llldg.. Indianapolis, Ind la 11. Jnrboe will act as secretary during the stay of Mrs. Harry Williams in Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and daughters, Misses Jane and Majme Bannon Sawyer leave Sunday for Eddyvllle to spend the Christmas tide with her Telephone parents. Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport people in Louisville recently: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen, Lafe Behen, Mrs. Gins. Jackson, Mr. and Attorney-at-LaMr.. Tony Nicholas and daughter, Ollie Louise, Mrs. James Waters, Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Lewis. Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged, James Burk has accepted a GovernHis con- Cloverport, ment position in Owensboro, Kentucky fectionery, "Jim's" is in charge of his sister, Miss Dorothy Burk, and his DR. B. brother, Chas. Burk. The store is atSpecialist on tracting a large holiday trade. RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION - - very M erne Christmas To You All J. jj W. 11 " 11 Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist 56-- J V. G. BABBAGE C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. rx T. RAFFERTY Special Prices On ? 7:4A. M, 0:00 A.M. A Thoughtful Wish. Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also 462 5th St. Loulsvllee, Ky. Lilbon Smith Cloverport, Ky. 12 to 2 and G lo 0 p. m Dear Mr. Italibage:- - Find enclosed Olfice Hours: 6 to 9 a, m. check for one dollar for my subscription to The llreckenridge .News, which ex1 Holiday Announcements pired October 22, 1915. I wish everybody would pay you by Christmas.. 3 Social Life Insurance and Real Estate Other Activi- and Wishing you a merry Christmas, I am and Coming Yours truly, Going !;j ties Offfce with J. R. Fskridjc. Attorney Dr. R. W. Meador; 7. of Persons at ft Ilardlnsburp;, Ky. Custer, Ky. Abroad 1 "RUBBER i -- ROOFING": is?; fS C. L. BEARD Samples Furnished on Request. Write tor Samples. PLANING MILL COMPANY, FORDSVILLE. KY. We can please you in Price and Quality, ijjj & JAKE WILSON, & jjjj Ik' FORDSVILLE Have You Tried a Package of G !'s Malaria Remedy? Mrs. Harney Squires is on the sick list. Miss Bessje Arnold is visiting relu tives nt Horse Branch, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Moorman moved from Louisville here recently. Alvin Pate is building a cottage on his lot in Breckenridge Addition. If not get a pnclage at once. If results are not s:uir.ctorv our money refunded. It drives out malarial poison and gives totie li .he whole system Stop taking calomel ami quinine until oll have used one of this great ritnei'i. You package will then be convinced of it merit. Sent bv inali postpaid on receipt of price (5O cents), or see me at my home on school hou.e hill. W H 6REENWELL, Box 161, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Arthur Daughertyarrived Tues day to be the holiday guest of relatives. January 1, 11)10. The following board of direcMiss Laura Satterfield has been con fined to her home for two weeks with a tors were elected: C. V. Robertsevere cold. son, Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, Willis and"fatnily left Thursday Green, M. D. Heard, P. M. Beard V. G. Hill for Evansville, where they will make and Paul Compton. their home. The directors elected thu followMrs. Robert Pierce is home from ing ollicers: M. D. Heard, presiLouisville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. dent; Paul Compton, cashier; M. Allen Pierce. H. Kincheloo and Miss Louise Donald Gregory spent the week end Moorman, assistant cashiers. in Louisville tne guest of his sister, Mrs. Ben .Miller. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Declares Dividend and Elect Officers. Tin) regular annual meVtinir of the stockholders of the Hank of llarclinslmnr & Trust. Co. was held Monday, December 20. The dividend of (i regular per cent, was declared payable semi-annu- Manager Call Us 0... A.. v. A. ... i.ii LOOSE v.. .. 9... St.. 8 4. C.i. l.41.4 as A. , Over Phone! vvvvwwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvw If it's stormy, if you're tiled out, if you Want to save time, we'll take your Meat Order over the wire and elect FINK CUTS for you. PROMPT and ORLIGING SiiRVICK by telephone 01 in person goes hand in hand withourllIGH GRADE MEATS. Prices the FAIRKST in town. -- LANCASTER LEAF . T03AGC0 CO. (Iticorpnrati-i- Third and Triplett Streets. Largest. Floor in Town. Best Light. & Daijy Sales SSk a -- Open mm Day and Night y? Dressed Chickens a Specialty V Last year we sold D.000,000 pound, or 10 of all that O, of all the Hurley Q parsed over looe leaf Hoors ami There was a Reason-- two-third;! All mm I ooacco Kept insured. . . .V, Our Line of 'Christmas Goodies' Is complete Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cakes Hike war Xnus merry by bringing your vjnl list to Confectionery and 'Bakery "JIM'S" Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Vm. Gibson. Mrs. Eliza Beavin and ioa, Raymond, of Illinois, arrived Saturday to be the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hedden are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a fine son at their home. Mrs. C. F. Tinius and daughter, Miss Vera, of Holt, left Friday for St. Louis to visit her parents during the holidays. Miss Monnie Isom has returnee to her home in the country, after spend ing several days with her brother, Jess " Isom. Miss Martha Willis has announced a watch party to be given at her home New Year's eve in honor of the Friday Club. ' YOU WILL LIVE LONGER AND BE HAPPIER Irvington, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find en closed ?i for which please extend my subscription to The llreckenridge News one year. I wish you all a merry Just the Right Present. Christmas and a happy New Year. Don't take chances in the matter of Mrs. W. H. Dutschke, ChrUtmas presents. You don't want Amnions, Ky. yours, like so many others, to be received with indifference or worse, and Promotion For ten days after Christmas to be cast Miss Louise Moorman. aside and forgotten. You take no such chance in giving The Youth's Companion for a year. At the regular meeting of the DirecDid you ever know of a home in which tors of The Bank of Hardinsburg & it came amiss, or of one in which it was Trust Co., held Monday, Miss Louise not conspicuous on the library table or Moorman was elected as assistant in some one's hands all through the cashier. This is quite a compliment year? for Miss Moorman, but one that she deIt is worth while to make a gift of serves. She has been connected with that sort, and it Is worth while to rethe bank for a number of years, and ceive it, too, for The Companion illushas proven hersolf to be very compeRemember the "knock down" sale trates the best traits in American life Thursday, December 23, beginning at tent in ever respect. She has the in its stories and sketches, upholds the one o'clock p. m. V. G. Babbage, As honor of filling a place of more re- best standards In its articles and other sponsibility than any lady in the State signee. contributions, and combines the pracof Keutucky, as The Bank of HardinsMiss Ray Lewis Heyser leaves to burg & Trust Co. is the largest Bank tical and informing with the entertainmorrow to spend Christmas in Cincin- and Trust Company in any Sixth Class ing and If you do not know The Companion nati the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy town in the State of Kentucky. as it is today, let us send you one or Heyser. , two current issues free, that you may blood-stirrin- Robertson, of Albany, Mo., has been the guest of Mr. and V. G;orge Renewal. Meat 6 Market, GOOD SERVICE Both Phones v Christmas your photogniph. It carries the personal thought of the giver, is simple, appropriate and creates no greater obligation than the kindly thought Mate the appointment early. BRABANDT, Photographer If You'll BLUE Use Only RIBBON A MERRY CHRISTMAS FLOUR For linking Fine Biscuits, Pies, Cakes and Delicate Pastries Manufactured by At thin season wo uro reminded of our pleasant business relations, and I wish to extend to all my friends and patients, many wishes of pood eheor for Christmas. May health, happiness and prosperity bo yours in 191C. Wants Locket. thoroughly test the papers quality. Dear Santa: I would like for We will send also the Forecast for 10lO. Every who sends $2 you to bring mo a doll, story for the new subscriber issues ot 101(1, weekly pocket-boobook, locket, and will receive free all the issues tor the plenty of fruit. I have a littlo rest of I9I5, and The Companion Home sister named Margaret. She wants Calendar for I9IO. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, a. doll, dog and a, locket. Your Boston, Mass, Winnie- Lovins, little girl, New subscriptions received at this office McQuady, Ky. Good Price For Hogs and Wheat. fifty-twk Save $2Q Now m keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMITED, if you enroll at once. Write today for catalog and $20.00 discount coupon, No. 58. Address H. O..KEESLING, ' lusorprrali'il 1 $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Book- Santa Will Know. Dear Santa: I am so afraid kn&Sv President Cannelton Flour Mills Cannelton, Ind. you will not Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Otflct Subscribe To-da- y. our Bank ol Hardlmburg t Trust Co. where I have moved to. I live near Hardinsburg, on Route 8. I want you to bring me a big doll, candy and bananas. I. go to school every VVinnie L'ee Pate, day. M .IInrdinaburg, Ky. R. head head price II. Canary shipped last week 73 of hogs to Louisville. The 73 brought him $1,053.35, the top being $6 85. He also got a prem-iuof 5 cents for the best bunch 011 the market. Mr. Canary recently sold II, A. Dutschke, Stepheuspoft, 1,100 bushels wheat at jl.io. BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville, Kentucky Subscribe Today TRY A WANT AD TODAY Bfcjjllitfrtiiiii mi niiiiiiiaiiHif r 1 LAHOMA By JOHN BRECKENIUDGE ELLIS CopyrlKht, by the rill Company 1913, Bobtn-Me- I r- CHAPTER XVIII. "Who killed Red Kimball?" NU day." Lnhoniu resumed, "IJrlok saw a white twin with some Indians standing near that crave. He couldn't Imagine what they meant to do, so lie hid, thinking them after him. Years afterward lied Pentlier explained why they came that evening to the pile of Etones. The white man was Mr. Gledware. After I!ed Kimball's tans cap tured the wagon train Mr. Gledware escaped, married Ked Feather's daughter and lived with the Indians. He'd married Immediately to snvo his life, and the tribe suspected he meant to leave Indian Territory at thi first chance. Mr. Gledware, great coward, was terrified night nnd day lest the suspicions of the Indians might finally cost him his life. "It wasn't ten days after the massacre of the emigrants till he decided to give a proof of good faith Too great a coward to try to get nway nnd caring too much for hU wife's rich lauds to want to leave, he told ubuut the pearl nnd onyx pin. He said he wanted to give It to lied I'lowcr A pi city good Indian Ited Feather was true friend of mine He wouldn't rob graves! Hut ho said he'd take .Mr. Gledware to the place, nnd If be got that pin they'd a know lie meant to live among them forever. That's why the band was standing there when liriek Wiltocl: Mr looked froin the mountain top. Gledware lug up the body after the Indians hsd rolled nwny the Mones-t- he body of his wife my mother-t- he body I'.rick face whose Willoek wouldn't look at In Its liplplessm.ss of death. Mr. Gledware is the principal witness against Hrick. If you don't feel what kind of man lie Is from what I've said nobody could explain It to 0 jou." From serentl of the Intent listeners Involuntary denunciations of Gludwurt-- . while on the faces of others Hbuued a momentary gleam of horror. ' lied Kimball's confederate cpoke loudly, harshly, 'l!ut who killed lied Kimball uud Ills purd ami the stage Criver'if It wasn't l'.ricU Willoek;" "I think it was Ited Feather's band. I'm witness to the fact that Kimball agreed to bring Mr. (Jledwato the pearl nnd on.. pin on condition thut .Mr. Gledware uppear against Uriels. After Mr. Gledware deserted Ited Flower, or. rather, after her death. Ked Feather carried that pin about him. Mr. Gledware knew he'd never give It up alive. Uo was always afraid the Indian would Cud him, and at last he did find him. Hut Ked Kimball got the pin. Could that meali anything except that Kimball discovered the Indian's hiding place and killed him? Hut for that, I'd think it Ited Feather who attacked the stage and killed Hod Kimball. As it Is, I believe It must have been his burst friends." Mizzoo. a reasonable explanation V" Some of them did, evidently, for the grim resolution on their faces softened. Others, however, were unconvinced. A stern voice was raised: "Let Hrlck Willoek come do his own explaining. Bill Atkins knows where he's hiding out and we got to know. We've started In to be u law abiding county, and thnt there warrant against Willoek bus got the right of way." "You've no warrant agalust Hill," cried Wilfred, stepping to the edgo of the platform, "therefore you've violated th law in rocking him up." "That's so." exclaimed Ked Kimball's former comrade. "Well, turn Mm loose, that's what wo nsk let him go open tho Jail door!" "He's locked up for his own safety," shouted Mizzoo. "You fellows ngreo to lcavo him alone, and I'll turn him out quick enough. You talk about the law what you want to do to Hill ain't overly lawful, I tnko it" "If he gives up his secret we ain't going to handle him rough," was the quick retort. Lnhoma found that tho softening Influence she had exerted wgs already They bore with her fast dissipating. merely because of her youth and sex. She cried out desperately. "Is there nothing I can Ray to movo your hearts? Has my story of that pearl nnd onyx pin been lost on you? Couldn't you understand, after all? Are you western men and yet unablo to feel the worth of u western man like Uriel;? How he clothed mo and me when the man who should have supported the child left In his core neglected her. How he taught me nnd vns always tender and gentle-ne- ver u cross word a man like that! And you think he could kill! don't know whether Hill was told Ills hiding place or not. Hut If I knew It. do you think I'd tell? And if Hill betrayed hlm -- but Hill wouldn't do It. Thank God, I've been raised with real men, men that know how to stand by each other and' bo true to the death. You want Ulll to turn traitor. I say, what kind of men uro you?" She turned to WllfredLbllnded by hot shel-tcied 1 "Now you've said something!" cried "Hoys, don't you think it's deed dated the 3rd day of October, ftoto, by WO paid February 20, toO"; $t6 89 omo but n hldlnR place, wife, conL. llrowu and the said Jatiti iy 21, He did not question the Justice of veyed hisI, undivided one-ha- his Interest in paid 25 1OO9; $8 1900; $3 paid September 2, paid this sequel to hli eiirllcr life. No nnd to the said land to the mortgagor $10 phIcI April 25, 1011; Jiiounrv paid iflll; OS Inly doubt deed of lotm njto. never pun. herein,!) II Ilrown, this completes the HI. 1011; $28 (It paid December 'Jl, Hill. i I'hed. demanded n sacrifice. Ho Imted title lo the said land in him; which deed with luit n t ut 1, it- - tale 'I (I p. r cent, Insurance Office the agents of this Justice not so njneh is recorded in the clerk's office of the per annum Item (he 10 h tin) of lOOS, un'll pile, n nil n'i costs because they threatened his liberty, Breckinridge county court In deed book M)m. proceed to 1. if. r TTirskle his life, us because they stepped In be- No. 60, page HS,"t or sufficient thereof herein, say" dour In ILurilus tween hmclf nud I villoma Always n to produce the sums of money so order nt the Com t ln.u-"Don't stop. denr. for God's sake ed to he made, For the purchase price, biiig, t. the nlAlHt Mdticr, il Public the case H desperate! You'll have to do man of expedients, he now sought tile purchaser, with approved surety or AiU'tluii, dn ' lt-some way of frustrating Justice, nnd securities must execute bond, bearing for Hill." Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1015, "And that Isn't all." Luhoum called naturally his plons took the color of legal interest from the day of sale until st one o'clock p. m., or theie.tbuut, violence. Denied the savage Joy of paid, and having the fotcc and effect of (being Ci'i-ntCourt unv), upon- a In n broken, pathetic voice, as she turnLieu retained to secure credit ol six months, the following deed her mle fn e upon the curious .killing Ked Kimball and he would a Judgment. payment of purchase money. Bidders scribed piupert), to wli: crowd. "That Isn't nil. You know Hrlck have killed hlm with as little compuncLife, A tr-- ct will l.e prepared to comply promptly !! lutid l)ing in Breckinridge nnd Hill have bven nit I hail nil in this tion ns If he had been n wolf his with these terms. county, Slate of Kentucky, on the world. You know they couldn't have thoughts turned townrd Gledware. Approximated debt, interest and cost waters 01 Sinking Creek, and Is u part Gledware was the only witness of been sweeter to me If they'd been the of the tract nt laud that lames S slm the deed for which the warrant de- 598 37. . WALLS, Commissioner. kin-th- ey nous uud Sophl.t Simmons, his wift, were "more like nearest of manded his artest. Willoek wished putch.ied of 11 L. and Ella Honk and CARRIE L. DOWIiLL, Deputy. women than men. somehow, when they many of Ills other deeds had been Old Reliable Companies jamus Yutler, on the 15th dav of Nospoke to me and sat with me In the I vember 1001, which is on record in the dugout: nnd I guess I know a little prompted by Impjlses ns generous ns Breckinridge- County Clerk's oflice In Kansas Kim about n mother's love, because I've al- those which hud led to was SALE, Deed Book No. 55. page III, and for the Irony ways had Hrlck nnd Hill. Hut one day ball's death. I'orhaps It further reference see James Yutsler somebody else came to the cove, anil of Justice that he should bo threatened Henry Trent deed, etc , nud is bounded and deI. W. Trent P. t. Dails i. by the one act of bloodshed which had somebody else well he this scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning this saved I.ahoiun's life. If he must be Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. at u stone thence N. Si degrees to-- j .'10 somebody else wants to marry tile E. hanged or Imprisoned because he had poles to a stone; thence N. 17 degrees day. This was tho end of our Jourof not. like the 'rest of the band, given Henry Walz, Executorde U 6S poles to u ston. ; thence N. 58 12. ney," she went on blindly, "and and Henrv 1. Uallman. himself up for olllclal pardon it was ns ceased, 5.'1 1 ' poles to a stone; thence N. 68 I'laintlfT. It is our wedding day. I thought there degrees W. DO poles to h stone; thence wed to suffer from one deed as from Against must bo some way to get Hrick to the another But It would be S ill degrees E. 10(1 poles to the beginbetter still, J. D. Hodgkins, Defend't wedding, but you see how it Is. And ning, containing 30 as In the past, to escape nil conseBy virtue of n Judgment nnd Order more or less. Said acres (thirty acres) we'll have to marry without him. quences. and real etale belongLivery, Without Gledware they could of Sale of Hrecklmldge Circuit Court, In that Jail because he ing exclusively But Hill's here prove nothing. rendered at October term thereof, 1915, Abby Wilkerson.to Silas Wilkerson nnd I Same purchased of wouldn't betray his friend. And Would Gledware testify now that in the above cause, for the sum ot James S Simmons nnd wife by leetl couldn't marry without either Hrick or dollars, dated November 10, l!)0l, three hundred and seventy-fivKed Kimball, who had bought his tesrecorded in Bill, could 1?" (J timony with the dentil of the Indian, (3"s), with interest at he rate of per Deed Book No. ,'15 at page 454, Breck: Ky. 'i She took her quivering hand from cent, per annum from the U'tn day ot inridge C'ountv Court Clerk's oflice. no longer lived to exact payment? M.i, 19Io, until paid, rnd nil costs Wilfred's sturdy arm nnd. moving to Or sufficient thereof to produce the Willoek felt sure he would. the top of the steps, held out her trem- first place. Gledware had placedIn. the lurtin, I shall proceed to offer for sale sums'of money so ordered to be made. himat the Court House tloor in Hardins For the purchase price, the purchaser, bling arms appealUigly: self bn record as a witness, hence burg, to the highest bidder, at Public with approved "Men! Give mu Hill!" surety or securities, must hardly retreat; In the second Auction, on Dr. R. P, execute bond, bearing legal interest Tho crowd was with her, now. No could Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, place, he would doubtless be anxious from the day of sale until paid, and doubt of that. All fierceness gone, to rid himself of the danger of ever at one o'clock p. m,, or thereabout having Veterinary Surgeon force and effect tears here and there, broad grins to meeting Willoek. whom his conscience (being County Court day), upon a in bond. theLien retained to of a replevsecure paycredit of six and twelve months, the ment of purchase money. Bidders will hide deep emotion, open udmlratlon, Office Trent L Walls' Livery Stable must have caused hlm to hate with the following described property, touched with tenderness. In the eyes be prepared hatred of the man who wrongs his Situated, lying nud being in Breckin these terms. to comply promptly with that took In her shy IlowerliU; beauty. bencfacfor ridge county, State of Kentucky, bounApproximated debt, interest and cost. "You shall have Hill!' shouted the Prepared to Treat all Animal'Discases Willoek transferred all his rage ded and derlbed as follows: Begin SlOS S3. LEE WALLS, spokesman of the crowd. And other against the dead enemy to the living. ning nt the Southwest corner opposite Commissioner. voices cried. "Give her Bill! Give her Special Attenlion Ghen to ' He reminded himself how Gledware Joe Ballman's. in Fairleigh line, run Bill!" corner; ning eastward to Calls at all Hours had eaiied the death of Ked Feather, "Bring him out!" continued the not In the heat of fury or In blind ter- thence still eastward to Eskridge and R. P. KUNNECKE, V.IYI.D. William O'Reilley's corner, then with spokesman Iq stentorian tones "We'll ror, but In cold blooded bargaining SALE, DR. not ask him a question. Fellows, clear He meditated on Glodwure's attitude the William O'Reilley's line to Ed Hardinsburg, Ky. O'Reillej's corner stone, then north SO a path for 'em." toward Lahoma. He thought nothing poles to a stone, corner stone in Jim A broad lane was formed through good of hlm. he magnified the evil. Tucker's line: then westward with Jim Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. the throng of smiling men whom the That scene at the grave of his wife Tucker's line to a 32 acre tract, belong sudden, unexpected light of love had ind Ited Feather's occount of how he ing to iSewsom estate, running straight O. E. Kloyd, etc., Plaintiff 1 Equity No. against 's "oftened magically. had dug up the body fur a mere pin of to Tar Springs road, opposite Joe M. Crawford, etc., Dfts.J 3G97. M. E. CHURCH, place, then south SO poles to the While Mizzoo hastened to Bill's cell. pearl and onyx ought such a creature By virtue of A Judgment nnd Order beginning, with Tar Springs road. The Kune one exclaimed. "Invite us too h live to condemn hlm. to bring sor-O- tract contains 7(1 acres aud is an oblong of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, Make It a town wedding!" on the stepdaughter lie had basely fquare, being l acres wide at eacn entt. rendered at October term thereof, BJI5, SUNDAY SCHOOL, "Hur-a- h And another started the shout. refused to acknowledge? acres long, oeing tne same in the above cause, for the sum of and 12 ' foi Lalmnin hundred dollars, To wait for the coming of the wit land conveyed to defendant, J. U ($3,4.00), thirty-fou- r HARDINSBURG, KY. Lahoma, who had takeu refuge be- ness would bo to lose an opportunity Hodgkins, by Lee Walls, Master Com with interest at the rate' of 6 per cent. day per annum from the 15th day of OctoOpens at 9:30 a m. eacli Sunday. hind Wilfred's protection, wept nud thnt might never recur. Willoek would missiocer of this court, date 101I. Recorded in Com ber, I91 1, until paid, and all costs laughed in u rosy glow of triumphant go to' him. In doing so. he would not of herein, I shall proceed to oiler for snle page All visitors and strangers are cordimissioner's Deed Book Joy. at the Court House door in Hardins only take Gledware by surprise, but Breckinridge Couuty Clerk's office. ally invited to attend. burg, to tlie highest bidder, at Public Mizzoo presently reappeared, leaving would leave the only neighborhood in Or sulhcient thereof to produce the the door wide open. He walked to which search would be made for him- sums of money so ordered to be made. Auction, on M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915, 5' or the purchase price, the purchaser. the stairs, the wrinkles at the comers self. Thus It came about that while tho Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary with approved surety or securities, must nt one o clock p. 111., or thereabout of his eyes deep cut with appreciation environs of the cove were being minute(being County Court day), upon a "Fellows," he called, ly examined Hrlck. riding ills fastest execute bond, bearing legal interest credit of six months, the fol.'owiug de of tho situation. sale until paid, and "he says you carried hlm in there, and pony, was on the way to Kansas City. from the day of nnd effect of a judg scribed property, it ' 'SSL. having tile forces JLt-- L.T' dinged If you won't have to carry him Beginning at a stone near a large unHe reached Kansas City without ment. Lien retained to secure pay meut out, for not a step will he take!" chestnut tree at the northeast corner of usual incident, where he was accepted of purchase money. Bidders will Ce lift tiX Trrr-r- . Jir g and ,t At this unexpected development a naturally as a product of the west. prepared to comply promptly witn these the college campus OS As f?r thence N. 7" E. 24.50 chains to a stake; burst of laughter swelled into a roar. Had his appearance been twice as un- terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, thence S. Ill '4 E ".9O chains to twin After that mighty merriment, Bill was couth, twice ns wild. It would have poplars; thence S. 3(i E. 3 84 chains to HIGHEST PRICES PAID LEE WALLS, as safe as a b.ibe. Twenty volunteers uccorded all the better with western W44 07. W. 27 .'4 chains Commissioner. a stone; thence S 33 Remittance Mailed on Day pressed forward to carry the wedding superstitions that prevailed In this city, to a stone near a, gate; thence N. 53' Carrie L. Dowell, Deputy. Shipment U Received guest from his cell. And when the old fast forgetting that it hud been a westW. 12 20 chains to a stake near walnut "i thence-N- . man slowly but proudly followed Wil- ern outpost. At tho hotel, whose situaW. 19 S8 chains to No Commission to Pay tree; the beginning, containing in all 5bJJ fred and Lahoma to the hotel where tion be knew from Lahomu's letters, Write for Price Lid and acres, and being the same lands conShipping Tagg certain preparations were to bo made be learned that Gledware wus neither S SALE. veyed by J. W. Hughes and wife to O. particularly ns touching Bill's per- there, nor at his home In the country. E. Floyd by detd dated November 9, M. Sabel & Sons sonal appearance the town of Man-gu- Tho country house was closed up and, 1911, and recorded in Deed Book til, began gathering at the newly in fact, there was a rumor that it was Incorporated1 EittMiiltd 18SE Court, Kentucky page 1S6 In the office of the County Breckinridge Circuit erected church whither they had been ' sold, or was nbout to be sold. One of Court Clerk ot Breckinridge countv, LOUISVILLE. KY. Chas. H. Drury, Guardin of 1 Kentucky. Invited. the porters happened to know that i Carrie U Frakes. Pl'ff. Equity Or sufficient thereof to produce the When the four friends for Mizzoo Gledware had gone for n week's diverNo. Against sums of monev so ordered to be made. coles to the beeinnlny. Said William Joined them drove up to the church sion down in the Ozarks. There were Breckinridge County Fair 3735. For the purchase price, the purchaser, Skillman also sold out of said .147 door in the only carriage available. a lake, a clubhouse, a dancing hall, ns Association, &c, Deit. j with approved surety or secuiities, acres to one Aaron Norton l!!2l2 acres, The season was too Bill descended stiffly, his eyes gleam- yet unopened. By virtue of a Judgment and Order must execute bond, bearing legal inwhich is bounded as follows: Begining fiercely from under snowy locks, early for the usual crowd at Ozark of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court. terest from the day of sale until paid, ning at a post oak, Aaron Norton's us if daring any one to nsk him a ques- - lodge, but the warm wave that nearly rendered at October term thereof, and having the force aud effect of a corner, and running S. 56,1( V I53 Lien retained to secure poles to a stone in the original line, always came nt this time of year had 1915, in the above cause, for the sum judgment. tion nbout Brick But nobody did, ' The general suspicion that Bill At- - prompted a sudden outing party which of $1,200 00 with Interest from Oct. :i0, payment of purchase money. Bidders Skillman and Knt'lish, then with said I9IM, credited by Ti 00, paid Decern kins knew more about Hrlck Willoek misfit lust 110 longer than the warm ber 22, 19I3; also the further sum of will be prepared to comply promptly line S 53?4 13 30 poles to a certain witli these terms. lime stone with a larce post oak as a than he had revealed, was not without wave. $1,200 00 with interest from Sept, 0th, Approximated debt, interest nnd cost, pointer, then N. .Wi E 62 poles to a foundation; though the extent of his I9I3, withdntercst at the rate of lip r $3,709.80. LEE WALLS, stone, then S 35?.j E 21 poles to 9. knowledge was more limited than tho cent per annum from the dates above Commissioner. white oak on the side' of the road, then To be Continued name, until paid, and all costs herein. town supposed. Bill had carried to his Carrie L. Dowell, Deputy. N S6? E. 4 poles to a stone, then S. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the friend hidden in . the crevice In the E. 21 poles to a white oak on the courthouse door in Hardinsburg, tothe mountain top the news of Ited Kimside of the road, then N. W. 14 highest bidder, at public auction, on poles to stone a ball's death; since then, they had not SALE, Monday, the 27th day of December, 1915, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. oak as aapointer, with S. doubleE. black then 3s?.f seen each other. 59 poles to a stone, the corner of the Skulking along wooded gullies by at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout acre lot laid off as a graveyard, day, creeping down Into the cove at (being County Court day), upon a then with a line thereof N. hd E. 7 plght,' Willoek had uucousclously re- Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. credit of six, twelve and eighteen Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. poles to a stone, then S. 3594 E. 6 Equity months, the following described prop- R. S. Skillman, Plaintilf. to the habits of thought and ac- Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust" verted poles to a stone, then S. 56 V. 7 No. Against erty, poles to a stone, then S. 35 tion belonging to the time of his outE. IO5 Co , Plaintiff. Equity J 3564. A certain tract of land, consisting of J. R. May, Defendant. poles to the beginning. Out ol said lawry. He was again, in spirit, a highAgainst No. about 4'J acres, lying and being in By virtue of a Judgment and Order acres is wayman, though his hostility was David K. Ilrown and Mary V. 3738. Breckinridge county, State of Ken- of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, 347 12 acresexcepted the further tract of and 16 poles, which Jlrowu, Defendants' directed only against thoso seeking to tucky, and about one mile from the rendered at October Term thereof, bounded as follows; Beginning at Is a By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Town of Hardinsburg, on said land is i9i4. In the above cause, for the sum post bring him to justice. The softening in line, corner to Circuit Court, situated one Grand Stand, Fair of $226.73 (Two Hundred and Twenty- - A. Soak Adklsson's with his line S. Influence of tho years spent with La- Sale of Breckinridge English, then homa was no longer apparent in his rendered at October Term thereof, 1915, Stables, and other Fair buildings and Six Dollars and Seventy Three Cents )' rock above cause, for the sum of Improvements and Is used and known ureutted by ia 00, paid ea sth, 1915; oak, E 45 poles E to a poles and black shifting bloodshot eyes, his crouching in the (Six then N. sG 44 $699 00 Hundred and Ninety-ninas "The Fair Grounds" of said associ- also the further credit of $.'15 00, .paid between a hickory and black to a rock, shoulders, his furtive hand ever ready Dollars) with oak, then interest at the of 6 Said property having been March 9th, IOI5, with interest at the N 35Jf poles W. poles to a rock In to snatch the weapon from concea- per cent per annum from the 4th rate of ation. uay conveyed to said association by C. Vic rate of 6 per cent per. annum from the Adklsson's line in45 the road, then with lment This sinister aspect of wildness, October, 1910, until paid, and all costs Robertson, on 2nd day of May, I9OO, 27th day of August, I9O8, until paid, Intensified by straggling whiskers and herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale by deed recorded in Deed Book 58, and all costs herein; I shall proceed to his line S. 58 W. 44 poles to the beginning leaving to be conveyed herein uncombed locks, gave to his giant form at the courthouse door in Hardinsburg, prge 483, see said deed for metes and offer for sale at the courthouse door in I72 acres more or less the amount a kinship to tho huge grotesquely shap- to the highest bidder, at public auction, bounds said deed recorded In Breckin- , Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at to be sold herein taking and the above exout ridge County Clerk's Oflice, Hardins-burc- public auction on ed rocks among which he hnd made on ceptions Is 172 acres more or less. Or Kentucky. Or sufficient thereof Monday, the 27th day ol December, 1915. his den. sullicient thereof to produce the sums Monday, the 27th diy of December, 1915, to produce the sums of money so order of money so ordered to be made. For He heard of Ited Kimball's death at one o'clock p. tn., or thereabout ed to be made. For the purchase at one o'clock p. 'm.. or thereabout the. purchase price, the purchaser,with IIo had (being County Court day), upon a credit price, the purchaser, with approved (being County Court day), upon a with bitter disappointment approved surety and securities, must hoped to encounter his former chief, of six months, the following described surety or securities, must execute credit six and twelve months, the folexecute bond, bearing legal interest bond, bearing legal interest from the to grapple with him, to hurl him, per- property, "A certain tract of parcel of land, day of sale until paid, and having the lowing described property,acres, begin' from the day of sale until paid, and overlooking 1147 haps, from the precipice A tract of land of having the force and effect of a Resituated, l)ing and being in Preckin-ridg- e force anu effect of a judgment. Lien Bill's former home. If in his fall, county, Kentucky, on the waters retained to secure payment of pur- ning at a stone in Wurson Board's plevin bond. Lien retained to secure and corner to George Bandy's, payment of purchase money. Bidders line, Kimball, with arms wound about bis of Tuell's Creek, known as the Dye will be pre- running N Hstf W. ll.U.3 poles to' a post will be prepared to chase money. comply promptly waist, had dragged him down to tho tract, containing 240 acres more or less; pared to complyBidders promptly with tnese oak, said Board's corner, in William with these terms. same death, what matter? Though his and was conveyed to one John Slaton by terms. Adklsson's line, then N. 56 E. I53 Approximated debt, interest and cost enemy wus now no more, the sheriff John A Osborn nnd wife, on the 9U1 Approximated debt, Interest and cost poles to white oaks, corner to Daniel $284 42. held tho warrant for his arrest as If day of .March, 1891, to the said Osborn $2,770.20 Lane's and in Daniel Henderson's line, LEE WALLS, Commissioned by Slaton, There is excepted from said LEE WALLS, Commissioner. the dead man could still strike a mortal then S 35?.f E. 363 poles to a hickory CARRIE L. DOWELL, Deputy. tract, three acres heretofore sold to Jo CAKKIUL. DOWELL, Deputy. blow. The sheriff might be overcome Mattingly. and post oak In said Lane's line, a In the above named tract is -- he was but n man. That piece of pacorner to George Bandy's, then H S6. included a part of a tract conveyed to Notice Readers and Writers W. I53 poles to the beginning. lter calling for his arrest an arrest Adrian Norton by R. I!, llasliaiu, see Out of said 347 that would mean, nt best, years in tho deed book x, 12,191; and lies on the SALE. sold and conveyed acres said Skillman To be certain, that any happening of to Milton Skillman penitentiary had behind It the whole west side of the Hardinsburg nud Leitcli-fiel- d 30 acres, which Is bounded as follows: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be road and which is not included in of Texas. state Deglnnlug at a stone in Abner Adkls- given account In the Breckenridge this deed from said Norton to J. A. Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. To Willock's feverish Imagination, son's lirid and corner to the 12 acred News, kindly write and mall to us at Davis. See deed book 26, page 213, by William Skillman to Geo once, Get every Item you can to ) Equity sold tho warrant became personified: u mys- mid is the same land conveyed to D. II I. 1). Hfchardson, Plaintiff us by Scott, Sr., then with Scott's line S. Saturday, No. Against terious force, not to bo destroyed by and L L. Brown by V G, Babbage, material means; It was not only pa- commissioner, on behalf of John Slaton Jabe Wilkerson and others, Dits.J 3639. 35 ?4 E. 45 poles to a stone between a JOHN D. BABBAGE. By virtue of a Judgment and Order hickory and black oak, then N. 56 per, but spirit And It bad conio be- and Jennie Slaton, his wife, by deed 110 poles to a stone post oak, Lahoma, It had shut dated the 14th day of February, 1895, of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, Daniel Lane's line, then and his line tween him and with our Want or Sale hlm off from tho possibility of a peace- and recorded in the clerk's office of the rendered at May term thereof, 1015, in N. as?4 W. 45 poles to two white oaks, Breckinridge county court in commis- the above cause, for the sum of one ful, old. age The. cqvo. was do longer W, no column for quick results. Lane's corner, then 8. 56 r dollars, credited sioner's deed book No. 3, page 390, By hundred and tear. -- Oh. My Komethlnj: to them!" she ptfpol. ellnclnj: to Ills arm. "Go on." murmured "1 Wilfred. couldn't rvach 'em. nnd you mndo point that time. Co clvo 'em n chance to think. said all I had to "Hut I can't-I'- ve on-d- on't lf ii L. C. TAUL I Jan-usr- 1 c Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor nado and Windstorm, Accident, Health Insurance. LI-.I-- I - 'S j Hardinsburg Livery I Feed and i e Sale Stable Hardinsburg, Kunnecke t: 'S Ball-man- South ff to-w- ext-tidl- ng atlli I 3.-- 'S one-four- th t: V e t t: 'S Try For fifty-fou- LETTERS TO SANTA 1 Continued from patfe Wants Rubber Ball. Dear Santa: I'lcme bring me n train, a wagon, rubber ball, money bank, candy, nuts and fruit, Hring my little sister a bell, doll, ball, book nnd some Slit I'lcase bring John McGavock something. Your little friend, Maurice Quiggins. Will Obey Her Parents. Dear Old Santa:! will tell )ou what I want a baby I want for Christmas doll with long dresses on, n piano, ring, story book, oranges, bananas and all kinds of fruit I will go to bed eurly and shut my ccs tight. Now don't forget my Grandpa Crenshaw, father, I will try mother, sister and brother. and obey my parents Your little girl, Pauline Ryan, POPUUfffflECHANICS TWAGAZINB 300 ARTICLES-3TfF.PV 00 ILLUSTRATIONS Informed of the World a ProBrraa In Kngineerinc Mechanics nnd Invent iotf. For Father nnd Son nnd All the Family. It nppeals toallclasses Old win TourtR .Men ami women. it la th r AToruo .Mwtntmo in tnoufttimiflcr home throughout ttin worM. Our t'orrlan Oorwpondenm are conatnntlf on the watcti tor thlnga new anil lntcrcatln suit It la ery day ami I love my teacher very candy, oranges and many good things to I want you to bring me a doll tat. Please bring my litt'.e sWtcr some much , that goes to steep, candy, liauatia., thing I.ouUe N". Mosey, rai'itis and oranges and any tiling .else Hardinsburg, Ky. you want to bring me I will go to lied early and shut my eyes tight. Good Little Boy. I am your little girl, Anna Lewis Squires, Dear Santa: I am a little Iwiy six Itardiushurg years old, and have been trying to be a good boy, and I believe you will love me Will Not Peep. and come to see me, nnd bring me a Dear Santa Claus: I'le.ne lirftiir me n tricycle, n train on a track, two horses, He nre doll, set of little dishes and lots of good lots of candy, fruits and nuts things to eat. I will goto lied early ami to come. I live over here in Hodgen. vil'e, right by the 3tethodt'st church, and will not peep. I go to church and Sunday school every Anna 3 lay Hituey, Suttdav. l'rce, Ky. William Harncd IVttick. St. Romuald's High School Incorpornlrd Hardinsburg, Kentucky Preparatory Commercial High School Courses Special advantages in Drawing nnd Water C'olois. Kxcollcnt opportunities in Inst rtiinotital Muie, Piano, Violin and weekly lessons in Sieht Siuuini; Commercial Course includes Palmer Method Penmanship, Hook keepinir, Typevritine and Stenography. Will Look For Santa. t Hardinsburg Has. Been Sick. Dear Santa Claus: Since last year I ' have not been very well, so don't bring me any nuts, ban.'.nas, or anything like that. But you can bring me a box of orange jello, a bar of Hershey's chocolate and an orange. I am afraid it is not going to snow and if it doesn't you will have to come in your auto. Santa Claus, if you have anything for kittens please bring my little kitten You will find her down in something. the basement. Her name is niackie. Your little friend, Nancy L. Atkinson, Uerwyn, 111. iTn.i nu inula rnr nnn. 11 on nna ra.T wan lur 1111 lavm.n in iln .ttltlM Kmtln.l thd IlnmA. ftmataur Mechanics (17 1'Age") for the, Pot. ami llkntnmnKP thing, lent, now 10 mniten ireuirlsif hoTelegraph eaa nnt Outfit". Knglnes, Jtont. Hnow .hoe, .leweirr. i(oa rnrnitnro, etc imninma in Utructtona for tne Mechanic, Camper and rlporttman. S1NQLC COPIES. ISc Sl.SO PER VCAR Oraf ffrem rear alrMl tram taa piMiaa. sample) copy win Da sent on requeau Written So You Can Understand It rage) Shep rhe Nataa Department (.0 contain. pslr Dear Santa: We will write you a few-lines to let you know what we want. Please bring us a Christmas tree, a sleeping doll, lamp, and bring our little brother n rattler, also bring us all kinds of fruits and an A H C book apiece We will look for you. He sure and come. Your little girls, Pearl and Lena Kaeliuc, l!ig Spring. Wants Are Numerous. Dear Santa: Please bring me. for Christmas, a pair of roller skxtes, kid gloves, locket chain, nuts, fruits and candies. You see my wants nre numerous, hut we children only look from our point ol view, and nope to lie liotintl-- , fully remembered by you. Virginia 3Iarguerite I'eitick. Iloiigcnville. Ky. TERMS MODERATE HA H ffl Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITAI3Ll--Get- s j Repeat Orders j j POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINM 6 Na. Michigan Avenue, chicaod Three Years Old. Lives at the Dam. A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE -- Makes Dear Old Santa: I live upatthe Dam Dear Santa: I nm a little girl three I came over the river in n boat and got years old. I want you to bring me a other toys you think a little hoy may doll, stove, little piano, nuts and candies. on the 'train, and when the conductor said Cloverport, I put on my coat utid want. lletnard Askin, I live at Irvingtou. hat, he took tne by the hand and ted me Tarfork, JCv. Anita Miiticr. Grave to the door, there was Cncle Tom. I nm a good little boy and want you to bring Don't Forget Little Sister. Don't Forget Mamma. me a t'ricvele and a doll. Little sMer Dear Santa Clans; I am n little lxiy Dear Old Santa: As It Is Rcttlne; wants a doll, too I'll give her mv I want you to hring tne nine years old near Christmas I thought I would write rocky horse. We want everything good I a top, a hall, some nuts and candy. to you nnd tell you what I want for to eat and lots of play things.' I want She Christmas. I want you to brine men you to stop at the Dattl and bring mama, have a sister eleven years old. If you doll, a ring, bracelet, candies and papa and little sister something nice wants a ring, locket and a doll have anything that is in your way please oranges. Please don't forcct mama Come out to my Uncle Tom's find we'll drop it in the stockings. have a Christmas tree. Good live. and papa. Your little hoy, Wants Wagon. Your little girl. Robert D.iugherty. James Wright, Adeline K. Matthews, Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a little llcOuady , A Chemist's Discovery. Mattlnely. boy eight years old nnd I want you to I want a please bring me a new wogon P. A. Thomas, a retired chemist ol Wants Bracelet. Want Warm Gloves. large size one so I can haul wood in it; Kentucky, like all Kcutucklans, Kept I am a little girl live Dear Santa: also bring me some fruit and candy and Dear Santa Claus; We are three little some fine horses. Ills neighbors no if you have any thing else for me, I will brothers, living near Webster, and we years old. I want you to tiring me a ticed that his horses were slick and be a good boy want you to hring us some nice, warm ring, bracelet, candies and oranges. shlnlug in be glad to get it. Will the Spring before other and go to bed'.early. gloves, toys and lots of candy, oranges Don't forget mama and papa and my horses began to shed. He told them forget our grand- tittle brother, Marcus, and all my si. of some powders that he fed his horses Ernest G. Payne, and bananas Don't Lodiburg. We are ters and brothers mothers and grandfather. He gave them some of it and now I!. A. Nina Blanch Matthews, He sure eight, five and three j ears old. Thomas' Stock Hemedy Is known all Mattingly, Ky. Remember Her Friends. and come. We will go to bed early over Kentucky by horsemen and farm-- l Your little boys, ers, who take pride In hotses or cows Dear Santa: I am a little girl nine Wants Gold Ring. Hobart, Klijah and Oilier 3Iace', or sheep. Wc sell it on the Money years old. I go to school every day and Webster, Ky For sale at Wedding's Dear Old Santa: I am a little girl Hack basis. walk three miles to Sunday school. I eight years old. I want you to bring Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. love pretty dolls, books and all nice Loves to Read. me a doll, gold ring, bracelet, candy, things, but will be glad to get any thing Memorial. you can spare me. Don't forget And please divide Dear Santa Claus: As Christmas is oranges and raisins. my share with other little girls and almost here I will tell you what I want. mama, papa and my brother, Harry. Whereas, Poin Galloway, deceased. bring them presents as well as myself. . I want a little safe, dishes, new cap, a Good bye. had been a member of our church (IrvFrom your little girl, There are thirtj three little girls in pair of gloves, a rocking chair for my ingtou Presbyterian) since 1901, it is Lucille Newman, my Bible class. Can't jou bring each doll and all kinds of fruit, caudynnd our desire to extend to the bereaved .Mattingly, Ky. of them a small present? Shall I send nuts. Would like for you to bring me family, and especially to the aged you their names? some story books for I love to read. mother, our heart felt .sympathy. We Louise Rice, Wants Rubber Ball. Your little girl, invoke God's special care over the Free, Ky. Susie Ahl, Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a little mother throughout the remainder of her Addison, Ky boy six years old. I thought I would life Glad to Welcome Santa. As a church and Sabbath school, we write to you aud tell you what I want Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl for Christmas. I want a story book, a shall miss him, but submit to the wil . Train That Will Run. seven years old. I go to school every oranges and of our Father; and pray that his death, Dear Santa: I would like for vou to rubber ball, candy, I'll be clay and am in the third grade. bauaqas. Now I must close for this happening as it did, may cause others glad to welcome you back December 25. bring me an air gun, an express wagon, to live closer to God. time. Please bring me a ring, some candy, a train that will run, an automobile, a R. K. Reeves. Harold Newman, box of crayons, a knife, some marbles, oranges, roman candles, fire crackers Lillian Carnegie, Mattingly. Please don't forget to pistol caps, a little wagon, an Indian and apples. Iidith Lewis, Will be a Good Girl. bring Grandpa Stone something nice. suit, fire works, fruit, candies and nuts II. R. Kirk, Your little boy, Your little friend, Committee. Dear Old Siuta: As It Is drawing James Ahl, Kuby Alyce Jarboe, near Christmas, I thought I would Addison. Glen Dean, Ky 40c and 50c Eggs. write to you. 1 want a bracelet and Don't forget p;ipa and some candy. If your hens would lay when eggs Want Rag Dolls. Wants Automobile. mauia Hring my teacher .something were high. Why shouldn't tlteyf Dear Santa Claus: We want a little and I will be a good girl. Claus: I am a little boy Dear Santa Some hens do. The hen thatlas h:is Flora P. Kyan, five years old and I will tell you what I table, two rag dolls, two unbreakable a healthy pink tongue and gills. Thee Mattingly, Ky, Please bring me dolls, two chairs, a house, cat, kitchen want for Christmas. not laying are pale in the irllls. their story books, a little auto with a top on cabinet, dresser, carpet sweeper and a tongue or palate has a whitish look Wants Lots of Toys. it and a little house to put it in, mixed kitchen broom. What's the matte! ? What's the mat Your little friends, candy, bananas, oranges, nuts, etc., any Dear Santa: I am a little boy three ter with you when your tanguo is Grace ami Htinice Duncan, That's just what years old. I would liko for you to white? HillctisV Louisville, Ky. bring tne some caudy, oranges, bauan ails the hen. Start hor liver aud see as aad lots of toys. I will go to bed her get busy H. A. Thomas Poultry His First Letter. Powder is guaranteed to start her early and shut my eyes tight. Dear Santa Claus: I will write my liver and tu start th ; ege.s. For sale Hverette Lewis Masey, first letter to you. I am a little boy two at Wedding's Drug Store. Clou rport. Harilltisburg, Ky. years old. I want jou to bring me a icy. little red rocking chair, a horse and Please Come. cart, candy, oranges, bananas and any Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy thing you think would pleise a little s three years old. Please bring mo boy. tool chest, train, sack of maikles and Your little boy, building blacks', also bring me lots of Liudsday II. Kdwards, at the fruit. I will go to bed early. Please Palls of Rough. come. Of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. . Your little boy, Wants Cook Stove. Only Daily Paper at the State Morris Lee Frank, Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl Capital. Hardinsburg, Ky. six years old, and want you to bring me a doll that will go to sleep, cook stove, Good Sometimes. From Now Until April doll cart and lots of fruit. Don't forget When in .Dear Santa: I am a little boy and tne, Santa. 1, 1916 For 50 Cents very good at times, I would like for Lillie 31. Taul, you to bring me a flying arrow, sled, McQuady, Ky. roman candles, fire crackers, candies, Less Than 5 Cents a Week nut?, oranges and anything you. wish Wants Pair of Overalls. to bring me. No other paper will have as large Dear Santa: Please bring me some Your little boy, a staff of reporters as The State fruit, a rifle, roman cannons, fire crack-erMelvlu Scrogglns, of overalls ami a story a wagon, pair Journal to cover the present session. Kirk, Ky. Good Rooms for $1 a Day If vou want to keep posted on all book, Wants Cowgirl Suit. Arthur Dejarnette, features of news at the State dnplta1 McQuady, Ky. Dear Santa: I will write you to let this Is your chance. you know what I want. Please bring Pine Dining Room with Kxcelleut Wants a Watch. Keep in touch with State politics me a sled, a pair of hair ribbons, cow Service and Low Prices and see what your Representatives Dear Santa: I want you to bring me girl suit, raincoat and lots of fruit. bananas, fire Don't forget mania and papa. some candy, oranges, are doing. Gladys Weatherholt, rackers, wagon, a watch, gun and Meets Trains Mowcaqua, 111, Free Auto-Bplenty of fruit. Send all Subscriptions to Chas. II. Dejarnette, McQuady, Ky. Six Years Old. Turkish and Electric Baths News -- H SMJ More and Better Loaves IS LEW1SP0RT BliST PATENT FLOUR If not represented t j , vonr rm er. write us LEWISP0HT MILL CO., : Lewispnrt, Ky. Farmers i Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobncco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of 'lY.lueco is carefully looked after and sold tor it.s full market value and ret urns promptly made GLOVER L. T. & DURRETT, Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. Contents for January Woman'sHomeCompanion FICTION Full Measure; The Rising Tide; Chloe Malone; A Child in the Mouse; My Daughter Virginia SPECIAL ARTICLES Do Vou Need' a Jphr Learning to Dance at A Sermon to Grown-Up- s; Sixty; Needle Work. The Fashion Department Conducted hv Grace M. Gould All About the I TO. SUBSCRIBERS e this blank in lenewmjr your Kindly Please examine, the label on your paper. If your U due, the Kditor will appreciate payment. u.-snb-criptio- n. suh-oripti- Legislature The State Journal STOP RENEWAL ORDER TIIK HUKCKKN'HinGK 2CKWS, CLovr.ui'oirr, Knelo.cd find $ Ky. Gait House .. , which apply to my sub- scription account. Namk Louisville European Plan Adhukss s, Can't Do Without Home Paper. Why You Should Use ChamberDear Mr. Ualibuc: l'ind enclosed lain's Cough Remedy. one dollar to renew my subscription for Tlie lirtekenride Kens. It seems that we cannot Ket along without it, just like friend coming in every morning. There is still a warm spot in my heart for Kentucky, yet I nm (dad to he in the southland of sunny California and love it more each day. I trust that the coming 'year will bring you" nil tnzch prosperity and hap. piness. Mrs. Pike Conn, Los Angeles, Cat, ' I us The Breckenridge Cloverport, J.y. Goes to School. Dear Santa Claus: Dear Old Santa: tain a little girl six. years old. Would like for you to bring I go to school ev- - tne a locket and chain, a pair of gloves ' WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS Try our up to date job work Hecause it has an established n won by its good works. Because It is most esteemed by those who have used it for mdlny years, as occasion required, and are best acquainted with Its cood qualities. Hecause It loosens and relieves a cold nud aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. liecause it does not contain opium or any other narcotic. Because it Is in the reach of all. It only costs, a quarter. Obtainable ev. erywhere. ropu-tatio- fYou'll Wonder How We Can Do It Amid The Holiday Rush 1 i Here Is Your Opportunity I Ladies HOUSe SHppefS Meil's 3T1 B0Vr fill! tQ A OlAKr Hf C f We are offering to our Holiday Custo- mers a nice white wash Silk I I SHIRT WAIST Long sleeves; size 36 to 44: nicely trimmed. Formerly sold at $1.50; come in Kcd and Blue felt with Huck so!c3; it nice Christmas present. A practical nnd useful pift prices reduced nil through this line. Special $1.25 Ladies Cloaks are Greatly Reduced The price will move them! Men's $17.50 Suits Men's Suits, formerly sold at 17.50; Holiday price, nono reserved.. SI 3,50 SI 0.00 Boys' Boys Kncc-l'ant- Knee-Pan- ts Suits l; s Holiday Price 98c. $4.50 to $9.50 Formerly sold at $7.50 to $15.00 Men's $12.50 and $15.00 Suits $12.50 and 815.00 suits; Holiday Suits; pants; very special two pair price , .. $4.75 ED. F. ALEXANDER. IIARDINSBURG. Sing Christum bells! Say to the earth, this u the morn Whereon our Saviour-Kin- "The Busv Store" IRVINGTOIVL KY. Is horn; Sine to all men, the bond, the free, The rich, the poor, the high, ho low, The little child that sports Id glee, The aged folks that tottering go Proclaim the morn That Christ is born. That saveth them, that saveth me. Eugene Field. Prof. Steele will come from Paducah to visit friends during the holidays. Miss Ell.a Taylor will come home from Hussellville, where she Is attending school, to he the guest of her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor, for the holidays. Miss Anna Mildred Smith, of was the guest of Miss Kmma Meador Saturday. Mr. and .Mrs. Will Beauehamp will move to the I'at suecran rarrn mi: week. Judge I). D. Dowell and Mrs Dowfcll will occupy the Heauehauip Hen-sle- cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pile wlli move this week to their farm near Ilarned. Miss Plouceia Allen, who is teaching near Custer, spent Saturday with her parents near town. The following citizens were in Louisville last week. C. L. Beard, Jesse KIncheloe and son, White Kincheloe, M. U. Beard and Mrs. J. 12 Kincheloe. Miss Lois Meng entertained twenty-tw- o This is what the sellers" and buyers all say of our First Sale of the Season: of her little hoy and girl friends at the Baptist parsonage Saturday after The farmers were all pleased with the prices and the sale was a success. noon In honor of her seventh birthday. The average, price was not available when this was written, but it was way above Miss Amelia Squires is visiting her that of last vear. sister, Mrs. Judith A. DeJarnette. Mr. and Mrs. R C Richardson and son, of Louisville, are the guests of Mr. and Sirs. Percy Heard. Miss Annie Lee Bishop, who has been in a millinery store at Eminence as head trimmer, is here for a visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bishop. the three Thev Bring us your tobacco. Bring it in good order and well assorted and we keep house fur Ed Martin and children. Mis. Cecil Shaiu and haby, of Gu Members of the various churches will ton, were the week end guests of her can almost assure you good prices. For any pain. burn, scald or bruise, serenade Friday evening for the benefit sister, Miss Lottie Handy. Following is a list of some of the sales and is a fair average of the prices of the .shut-iuChristmas carols will apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the Miss Judith Ellen Heard will arrive be rendered. household remedy. Two sizes 25c ai.d obtained: home th s week from Lexington to be Miss Essie Biggs and Willie Higgs ."ii'c at all drug stores. tha guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. will arrive Fiiday lo viit Mr. and Mr. Taylor Jtaard C. W. MOORMAN 20 pounds leaf 9.60 MIKE FLOOD Honor Roll, Third Month. J B. Higgs. Miss Jessie Iludisn will leave today 80 )0UnUs pounds leaf $14 10 '5 Mr.s. Sue Jolly and daughter, Mar440 pounds leaf $l4.(i0 Tula iabbage. for her home in Missouri to spend the 115 pounds leaf 11.10 RICHARD MOON 265 pounds lugs Seniur--Mar- y 5.30 Owen Oelze. holidays with her mother. While gone garet Jolly, will go to Chicago next 85 pounds lugs li 10 wedding week to attend tile 200 pouuds leaf Miss Hudson will give three recitals. Junior Forrest Weatherholt, Emily $10 60 E2IU SADLER 100 pounds trash 2.9O December 29. Held, Marv Pate. 6.C0 'l.5 pounds leaf Ernest Has.vell, of Cincinnati. O.iio. 350 pounds leaf $ 7,10 1). J. ALEXANDER 1315 pounds trsh Suphomuie Celustitie U. O'Couuell Irvinuton citizens in Louiiville last 3 00 is expected tills week to visit his par3IO pounds leaf 4 00 Mary Kinder, Zivola Kramer, Jane week: Missts Helea Hoard, Mabel 3 00 125 pounds 500 pounds leaf ents. Mr and Mrs C 10 Ilusweil. $11.00 UOl,ouads trash 2,40 leaf Ruby Elizabeth Hook, Susie Lighlfoot, Mai dee Cbapin, Martha 405 pounds lugs i". L. llMrtl and son. Garland, spent WILL ADCOX 5 00 DAWSON & S EATON T.iomas I'aj ne, Margartt Conniff, Reid, John Duke, Aubrey iieavin. ' W nnnnr4e pmlIi O laat Wednesday in Irvington with Mrs Blanche IloUson, Mesdumes , J $ (1,00 Freshmen Loui-- Weatherholt, Ruth 45 pounds leaf I 405 pounds leaf Nora Hoard and ch lilren. $ 7.8O , ROBERTSON & BEARD i'iS pounds leaf L,amb, Chi or a May Seatun, Josepl 10 00 gott, Nora Hoard, A. 1. Adkin.-- , 355 pounds lugs 5,10 Ben Ciarkion. of Big Spring, attend Hrite, Messrs. W. 3OO pounds leaf .' Ethel RIdgewav, tf.iO Piggott, Frtd Hallmaii, Louise 320 pounds leaf J. $ 4 SO 3OO pounds 3 00 trash ed the tobacco sale Saturday at the j$fjt pounds lugs a. 10 05 . C. Payne and Dr E. A. L;x Nicholas, Lora Carson, Charlotte Allen UOO pjuuds leaf 3 30 "120 pounds loae leaf warehouse. !: 00 trash...: BEARD BROS. 21o founds lugs Harold Parks, John Gibson, Lewis Lslia Tucker, Cecil Jolly. 20 Walter Moorman, of Glen Dean, at-- 1 Herndon and Miss Eliza Piggott, who Eighth Grade Glad) s Hemphill, C Smith milton 345 pouuds' leaf $10 10 TICK MILLER tended "The Village Post Office" at are atteuding school in Lexington, ar L. Mognn, .Mariau Alien, Kathleen 320 pounds leaf 10.10 ,$ 0.00 503 pounds leaf. . . . the opera house Friday evening. Christ, Francis Atwood, Christine Ball rived Saturday to spend the Yuletide 09O pounds leaf $ 9 SO 00 pounds lugs 10.10 5 00 470 pounds leaf man, Cecil Ha'l. Allle Clark, Curtis The following "knights of the grip" with their pircuts. 205 pounds leaf y.OO 103 pounds trash 0 5O 2.00 123 pounds lugs Weatherholt, Elizabeth Allen, El called on our T.crcliants last week: 310pouuds lugs 4:10 55O pounds lugs 6 10 r, Messers. Arthur Drane, W. K. Horn's Regulet's aro recommended M.i), Lillian Dugan, Eva Wroe, Fruck JOHN O'KILEV J55 pounds trash ,T$ 5SO pounds trash 3. 20 Fred lirite, Weston Massey, by many who say they operate easily, Lamb, William Reid. '330 pounds leaf... $4.00 C. H. Ilaswell and Luke B. Peeves. COOPER BROS. Seventh Grade Wanda Carlisle, without griping and without bad after 2O5 pounds leaf 4.10 Elsie Mae McKaughan, Bessie Adams, MissStamm will leave this week for effects. 25c at all drug stores. 160 pounds leaf $ 0 00 150 pounds lugs.v 3 00 Ruby West, Jennie Ruth Matheny, her home In Ohio to visit her parents. 175 pounds leaf 9 10 V80 pounds trash 2.30 Sslma Slppel it Is reported that Messrs. Paul and 255 pounds leaf UNION STAR 9 m 195 pounds trash 2 30 Sixth Grade Mary Kell, Vera Moor Kussell Compton have bought Messrs rain, Mabel, Heavln, Lllah Campbell, Wade ami Vic Pile's interest in the J. W. Hall's condition is much worse. Damlen Lewis, Ellis Carson, Katie D Hardlnsburg Milling Co, He has been ill several months. Kramer; Bessie West. . Miss Rosa Lou Ditto will come from Helm Milner was absent several days Fifth Grade Christina Kell, Golda Horse Cave to be the guest of her on a combined pleasure and b siness Tabeling, Dessie Hrown, Erie Robert INCOBPORATEO mother, Mrs. Hattie Ditto, during the trip. son, James Uuckby, Jauuitu Matheny, holidays. Mrs, Annie Hanks returned to her Charles Holder, Auna Mae Tatum, Mrs Lucretia Ilensley has returned home in Louisville after a two weeks Nannie Hall, Charles Owen Furrow. from an extended visit to her daugh- visit to relatives. Fourth Grade Samuel Edward Con ter, Mrs. W C. McKlwaiue in The friends of Mrs. Geo. E. Shreiber rad, Robert Oe'ze, Third Grade Katherine Hrown. Kinder, Lucv Uowlds, Bernardino Carwill be glad to hear the is improving Corene Quiggini, Carrie Mae Jackson, ter, Martha Elder, Mary lilshoff, Orabel after an operation. Stop That Bark Truman Hinton, Luclle Kinder, Jane llishnm. Geo. Wegenast and family have Sawyer. First Grade Anna Elizabeth Keith, with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce moved to A. N. McCoy's farm. Second Grade David Conrad, Da- Forrest Jackson, Isadora Brown, Lloyd Balsam," the cough medicine that U. H. Hassett is in Louisville for the mon Johnson, Tillman Furrow, Mury Cockeritl, Geneva Robinson, Forrest Fifteen Short Horn and Polled Durham Bulls for sale; 25c at Wedding's week end. does the work. Lee Held, Weatherholt. Vera Wecdman, Ruth Heulah . Nation, also 20 Heiferu; all registered, und will bs delivered to you Drug Store Veruon Hlntan, Hobart Dr. Milner returned Thursday after a at Wilbur Tabeling, Inis Tabe- Rlcketts.' Lloyd, John QIIIIod. a price you can afford to piy. Try growing cattle instead of three weeks slay in South Orange. N. ling, Arad Eva Mae Johnson, tobacco. J. While In Washington, D. C, for May me Uanuon Sawyer, Mary Whor IRVINGTON. Ship Niw Tobacco. two days he was tlie.reclp-len- t ley, Eramogene White, Bernard Yeager, Warren Hickerson. Geo. Roberts and of raauy courtesies from two of Celesline Uallraan, Joseph Wheatley, A. C. Lewis, Amnions, shipped last Mr. and Mrs. J.K. Morrisou and Ed Kentucky's favored sons, Hon. Ben Charlie Lee Hamman, Carl Gilllon, week three hogsheads of bean, ky. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, new Hurley ward Morrison will spend Christmas Jonson and Joel (I. Pile. Walter Gilliland, Bessie Kinder, Katie to Louisville. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mor BIG SPRING. rison In Cloverport. Mrs. Evans Pusey returned to Chi cago Monday. She was accompanied There will be services at the Metho dist church Saturday morning, Dixem by Miss Kmily Mur.ford Hen Clarkson, of Big Spring, was in ber25, at 11 a. m , by the pastor, Rev K. P. Deacon. town Friday. Mrs. Robert Vaughn has returned to Mr. and Mrs. . H. Sawyer left Sat urday for Irvine, Ky., their future Louisville after a visit of several days with relatives. home. Mrs. C. B. Witt will spend Christmas Albert Moreman, of Brandenburg, has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs L. with her father and sistera at Jefferson town. H. Moreman. Rev. Deacon returned last week after Simmons arMr. and Mrs. Walter rived last week from Walters, Okla. having been absent for a month assist Ing in meetings. They expect to reside in Kentucky. Mrs. E. A. Strother and daughter, Johu I'. Ilaswell, of Hardlnsburg, was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Zelma, will leave this week for Owensboro to spend the winter with W. J. Piggott Sunday. Vernon Farmer, of Philpot, will visit her son, Dr Strother and Mrs, Stroth er Ed Morrison during the holidays. Mr. Mitchem, of Custer, filled the Messrs. and Mesdumes J. M. Hern don and S. P. Parks will spend Christ- p'jlpit at the Methodist church on the mas Day with their father, James 12th"for Rev. Deacon. The Methodist Sunday School sent a Lewis, of Brandenburg. A business meeting of the W. M. F. Chiistmas box to the Orphans Home. May the editor, his staff and readers, S. was held at the home of Mrs. C. W. enjoy a prosperous New Year and a Hawes Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hiite and daugh- merry Christmas to all. The rain last week brought the spring ter are visiting in Lewisport. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Draue have up. Mr. Meador and Jack Moorman, moved into their new bungalow in colored, had to move out. The water was about two feet deep in Mr. Mead- Handy Court. or's house. The boys had great fun in Miss Viola Lewis and Leon Lewis, of a skiff riding' over town. Louisville, will spend Christmas with Schuyler Martin was in Louisville last M'Dses Ivva Carrigan and Edith Lewis. week. Next Sunday the Methodist Sunday Mesdames Kemper and Hardaway School will observe their annual "White Gifts for the King," the donations to went to Louisville Wednesday to meet be given to the Methodist Orphans Dr. Hardaway who will arrive from Minot, X. D. , to spend a tew day; Home. They leave for California the first of T. N. McGlothlan and J. Mesdames January. T. Johnson were in Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Dowell spent Hill aru uiggs has accepted a po S iturday and Sunday with her sister, sition with tile Irvington l'liurmucy lor Mrs. Ben Flowers. the ensuing year. Friends are delight Mr. and Mrs Geo. Prather and little ed to have him in their midst. daughter, Mary Willie, have returned .Miss Audrey Hruenbach will spend from Indiana, where they have been the holidays with her parent, in years. will for past Nich-olasvill- e. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. RECORD BREAKING SALE AX THE Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Saturday, December 18, 1915 OUR NEXT SALE WILL BE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915 3 Jolly-Fost- 1 Ad-kin- s, I V I Heu-nlnge- Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. Hardlnsburg, Ky. SHORT HORN POLLED DURHAMS Llzzl.-Whorle- S.-ot- t, sight-seein- co sien r