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The Breckenridge news: January 12, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916011201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 12, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $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 FIT TO PRINT. 8 7 VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1916. PRICES Pages NARROW No. 28 ESCAPE WAR THE STRIKE DOE TO WORK OF SPIES V f Jl JI A. A a. A AT GLEN DEAN Loose Leaf House. - Of Second The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. !.:v Charles Chappcl When Five Large Timbers Fall on Him. Condition Critical. Fifty Thous- Sale a SuccessPounds Sold. Alex Har- per Has Top Price. Fetal FrObf) Of fQ East YQUUgS-an- d At the close of business December 31, 1915 RESOURCES Rjoljjjg, CONFESS s s prices pliTg to all TWO AUSTRIMS LIABILITIES We are not claiming to have been your friends since infnncv, lint if you bring us your tobacco, we will do our best to get you a good price One Alex Harper, 1,960 pounds. basket, 325 pounds, at 513 20; one bask-e- t, 225 pounds, at $9 40; one basket, 210 lo; one basket, 2S5 pounds, nt pounds, at $3.b; one basket, 315 pounds, $9.80; one basket, 2S0 pounds, at $6.20; one basket, 155 pounds, at $9.80; one basket, 165 pounds at f$ to. One G. 1' liurdette, 2,ioo pounds basket, $9.90; one basket, $960; one basket, 6.;o; one basket, $6. 10; one basket, $7 00; one basket, 6.50; two Men Assert They Were Sent From New York to Start Strike to Prevent Manufacture of War Munltioni at Steel Plant. federal authorities Investlsatliu; German ac tlvttles will inquire Immediately Into tho status of tho two men under arrest at Youngstown, who are said to have confessed thnt they were sent from New York to Youngstown to start n strike. New Yovk, .lan. 10. Tho $ 50,000.00 $385,513.96 Capital Stock Notes and Hills 1,924.34 Surplus Real Estate (Farm Lands.... 35,000.00 Banking Mouse, Lot, FurniUndivided 1'rolits 4,468.77 ture and Fixtures charged Deposits 346,257.76 off 21.00 Dividend No. 51, Due Jan. Other Assets (Six- - Per Cent. 1, 1916 Cash on Hand and in Other Clinrlcy Chapped, of Brandenburg, employed by the I. , II. & St L R. K. Co. an a hiidgemau here, whs seriously injured Friday. While engaged in unloading timber .1 short distance below the railroad shops, five large timbers fell on him, crushing him to the ground He was immediately' removed to Dr. Simons' infirmary and on Saturday was taken to St Joseph's infirmary in Louisville I Dwelling House of John E. Wilson Burns. The dwelling house of John IM Wilson at McDaniels burned Friday night. Hru Moore was occupying the house at that time and had all his effects packed and ready to move out. Mr Moore lost all his belongings, also the plunder of Mr. Wilson was burned. The loss was about $t,fOO Fully insured. Banks 51,267.23 Semi-Annua- l) 3,000.00 $438,726.53 Very Respectfully, $438,726.53 baskets, $3 00 Lud Moorman, 3 baskets, at $9.60, (6 60, $2.80. , R I'ate, 6 baskets, 1,430 pounds, at $9.10, $8.50, $5 60, 5 10, $3.10, $2 70. 2,960 J T. Raymer, 16 baskets, pounds at $10, $9 5o, $9, fa, f8 60, $9, $8, $7, $5 10, f 6 50, $5.70, $7.50, $2.70, 2 70, $2 70, $2.60. Gus Smith 7 baskets, 1,815 pounds, at i 50, $10, $8, $7.90, $5 60 $5 10, f 2.S0. o basket was lugs. Len Matting'y. 3 baskets, 935 pounds, at $11.75, $5-9- . 3 lo- - F. M. Powell, 6'baskets, 1,050 pouuds, $12 50, $11.50, $9 50, $9.10, $5.50, $i 30. Jno. Brown, 3 biskets, 890 pouuds, pi $ll.6o, $ll, $9 50. W. T. Mattingly, 5 b skets, 775 pounds, at I9.60, (3 10, 6.6o, $4, f 2.80. Ira Simmons, 7 baskets, 1,810 pounds, at fS, 8, $7, f6 60, 6.2o, $3.10, f2.6o wJQua Smith sold lugs at $10 J G .Moorman sold lugs at $9 10. Alec Harper made an average of $8 from the ground up. There were no rejections. Sale days are Wednesdays .Body of Eli Hawkins Brought Here For Burial. i t- The body of Eli .Hawkins, of Fort Houston, Texas, arrived here Saturday morning and was taken to the home of his brother, Char.ey Hawkins, on the pike He was buried Sunday at the Agnew graveyard on the Stephenspott road, Cloverport.Girl to be a Trained Nurse. MIsSAgnetta Mattingly U'ft Wednes day for Louisville, where she entered St. Mary and Elizabeth's Hospital to be a trained nurse. Miss Mattingly is a bright young girl and her friends wish her much success. Epworth League to Have Social Service Meeting. The Social Service Department of the Epworth League will have charge of the devotional service Sunday evei tag, beginning promptly at 6:15 o'clock. .,0. , Irvington Pharmacy The Drug Store That DON'T TAKE CHANCES. A little cough is a dangerous thing, When a cold starts it's hard tq tell where it will end. To check it, use STUART'S LUNG BALSAM. Then you will be safe, sure and satisfied. 25c and 50c bottles. Household Rubber Gloves; sizes 7 to 9, per pair.. . .25c Youngstown, O., Jan. 10. Tho InPAUL COHPTON, Cashier quisition by both federal and Mnhon-lncounty authorities into mob violence at (he plant of the Youngstown We Always Have Money to Loan to Our Customers and Friends on Approved Security Steel and Tube company plant, when Satisfied Policy Holder. persons were killed, many two To the Planter's wounded and a million dollars' worth Insurance of property destroyed, took a sensaCompany: condition.) of tho country for the Inst two yenrs, which $ Thu public well knows tlio gcneml tional turn when County Detective I desire to thank the Company for Kane said two Austrlans In tho coung wus brought nbout by crop failurex. ' Foreign wur nnd n number of other causes, in tho fnce of m their promptness in settling my loss by ty Jail here have made confessions In thcfO conditions wo Imvo never failed to supply our customers with any a:commodations they $ fire, which was satisfactory in every way. which they asserted they were sent Respectfully, here from New York to start a strike jjf were in need of. Wo have never called a loan, nor brought a suit to close a loan, unless it was Mrs. II. Hardin to prevent the manufacture of war 3k where the seeunty was insufficient to justify us in extending the same. These conditions alone hg (Meade County Messenger, please copy ) munitions. W' should be suilicient evidence to you that you should do your banking business with us. Kt "It would be useless for us to at"Rogers Gets Slice of tempt to operate our plant while some of the workers are In their present Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, President's Wedding Cake." frame of mind," J. A. Campbell, presiof the Youngstown Sheet and dent of a Million Dollars Tube company said, discussing the f? Assets Including Trust Department Over Three-Quarte- rs J. Rogers Gore, Chief Deputy strike conditions, for the first time of Internal Revenue, received a since the riot at the plant In Bast slice of the President's and Mrs WilYoungstown. The son's wedding cake yesterday. "We do not need any protection for OFFICERS: b cake was brought to Mr. Gore by ourselves, but we want to have our Itolliug, a nephew of Mrs. Wilson. M. B. KINCHEL0E, Ass't. Cashier M. D. BEARD, President, workers and their homes protected. Imbedded in the cake is a candy dove. Brigadier General Speaks has MISS LOUISE MOORMAN, Ass't. Cashier & The cake was the center of interest yesPAUL C0MPT0N, Cashier us that he will remove the naterday in the Custom House. Governtional guardsmen from our plant. It ment employes throughout the building was never Intended that they should DIRECTORS: be quartered there. kept Mr Gore busy showing it to them. "We will not Import strikebreakers. Another slice of the cake was sent to a vj DR. A. M. KINCHEL0E P. M. BEARD C. V. ROBERTSON I am confident that outside people These two little girl in Lexington. were responsible for the shooting. It M. D. BEARD PAUL C0MPT0N WILLIS GREEN pieces are believed to he the only ones has been suggested that this trouble sent to Kentucky. Louisville Herald. w-- ; was provoked by enemies of the allies. They may have been a factor. Little Boy Dead. Wo have been making war munitions, and when we started many of the Judge Moorman Glen Dean. Jan. 10. (Special ) Austrlans In our employ refused to BIGGEST SALE W. ft. , JR. The little two year old son of Mr. and may have seized the opwork. They Made Committeeman. Mrs Ernest Eskrldg. died Sunday at portunity of assisting In this trouble pneumonia fever. by Inciting the other men." SEASON Recently Made Largest Purchase Judge Henry DeHaven Mcorman eight o'clock of were conducted The Over 100 persons were taken Into by funeral services was elected one of the members of the Rev. Meng at the Baptist church. Incustody In East Youngstown by solof Polled Durham Cattle Ever Executive Committee of thu Com- terment In the country graveyard. diers and deputy sheriffs and the an monwealth's Attorney Association. He thorltles are In a quandary as to At The Breckenridge Loose Leaf Brought to This County. where the prisoners were to be kept. is also a member of the Law Kcform News Notes of the River. Last Saturday. Prices LowMovements toward a settlement of Committee. W. R. Moorman, the junior member the strike at the Youngstown Sheet The river continues to fall slowly at er, Owing to Quality and Con- of the firm of W. K. Moorman & S in, and Tube company In East Youngsthis point. Prospects are that the deSells Good Bunch Cattle. denltrs in registered Polled Durham town and In Struthers, and the Redition. cline In tho next few days will bu slow, public Iron and Steel company In cattle, has just returned from the Elm-doPaul Wilson sold to farmers around ast he continued rain since Monday night Lansingville, where probably 18,000 Farm, Lexington, aud Newman & 165,000 POUNDS SOLD. Irvington last week j6 head stocker will again bring it up. The river Is men are employed with less than Hampton'.--, of VeiSHtlUs, whsro hu 'cattle at 6'j and 7' cents. The lot still within its hanks and no damage 5,000 of thera on strike are started. made trie largest purchase of I'olle-b ouzht$l 200. has yet been done. Peace plans outlined by Governor The Hreckenrulne Loose Leaf House Durham cattle ever biooght t e Crox-toWillis were launched by Fred C. made a record breaking sale lat Sat county. He bought '5 cows chief of the state mediation board urday. While the prices were not as and two hulls, registeted sh rt l.o.-uwhom the governor sent hero from food as some foruuT sales, they were for widen he paid 5 000. Columbus. yood for the character of tobacco of Other rtceut purelnse.s was a held fered. The lloor was taxed to Its ca bull and 11 Polled Duruum Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop mid chil paclty and every Inch of space was bull from L II. Hirdsall. ot Ri . taken. Zema I'rank tot thd top price HI., for $.S00 From Heard H.os , dren spent Saturday in Louisville. for dark at $M 10 G. L Lucas stoud bull for $100; uud two from Jjn at the head of the list for hurley at $13. Mattinglv, of Kirk, for $1M). These Leaf and lugs were sluggish owinu to were two j eir.s old. quality and condition. They were in Their recent s.ttes were: Two bulls bad order and not up to grade, Trashes aud two heifeis to the Dunl.ip Lumter held their own at $3.70 and $3. There Co., Dunlup. Tenn , for (0(i; one bud were 11)5,000 pound passed under the to J. A Maxwell, G.i.; heifer Saves You Honey! hammer and Auctioneer Robertson to T A Maxwell, D.irdeu, Teuii.Iuue was busy every minute of his lime bull to C, ; one J. AulicK, Hutltt, FOUNTAIN SYRINGES. pleading and urging the buyers to Idd bull to K. II. Shelm.m, Union Star; 01 e up lively. He Is proving to bu one of bull to H. Il.111.ptou, Versdl e, K ; We sell you a Red Rubber, the best salesman the company has oue tail to J. It Regan, Lumbertou, Rapid Flow, 3 Pipes, Qfln ever had. There was the usual crowd N C ; one bull 1(1 Hruce butnehtud, Guaranteed Syringes for. . . .uUu of farmers on hand to sea the sale and Hiicu, V.4.; ore hull to H. IJ. Luwsou, This Syringe is sold by others many were present for their first time. S.ircy, An. ; one to K. C Crafton, for Si. 50, Tnere were very few rejectlous and all Btautou, rutin. Price, $100 each were soeminglv well pleased with the V. R. Moorman it Son are Hot Watter Ilottle to match this prices. The next sale is set for Frisyringe, guaranteed for a reputation in the South lor Qfln day, January U. one ear UUu good stool;, mid their business tsteadily growing. They are the dealing house Entertained at "The Oaks." Combination Syringe & 1 QC of this county for thoroughbred Polled and Ilottle $ l.CJ Durlnim. 10. (Special ) Hardinsburg. g I $90,000.00 Col-lect- Hal-com- 3 g OFJE rf Kreck-euridg- em-lle- Another Lot of rrg-ister- Extra Values IN LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES AND GET YOURS TODAY! Jan. Lex's Cold Tablets Will Cure That Cold in One Night. Miss Lucy C. Miller rntertained the t cnug people of her neighborhood at Prosperous Farmer of Oklahoma Frank' A. Ileavln, of Hull, Okla,. came In last week to visit his family and old home. Frank is now a farmer of Oklahoma. He left here Is years ago with just enough money to land him In the WeU and take up a claim. Last year he so'd if j 000 worth ot products from Ills farm. Hu has added five children to his household, making eleven In all. pros-peious Kodaks m, AfMtt Eastman Kodak Company. Kodaks Send Us Your Mail Orders. Your boys and girls will enjoy the evenings after school much better with a kodak So simple any child can work them, so efficient it will llrowuies make pictures you will prize. Come in uud let us show you. from Si up. her home, "The Oaks," Saturday evening. Those pretnt were: Misses Eula Withers. Uessve and Kva Tate, Hannah Jar hoc, Viola Krdiik, Aliene Miller, Sallle and Kuola DeHaveo, Lena Grause, Allle Lyinor; Messrs. Dermic Jarboe, Laurence Grause, Percy McGary. L. S. Miller, Kred McDonald, Wlckliffe DeHaven.Paul Mat. tinglv, Robert Whit. Wilson Frank and Frank Payne. Delightful refreshments were served and an enjoyable evening was spent by all. Bungalow Aprons! J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Try a Want Ad Today of homo convonioncies, and tho like Tho county agent system Is nowcr in tho North than in tho South, but oven in tho North there thousand demonstrations, and thousands upon thousworo thirty-fiv' JN. D. BAnBAftE, Editor and Publisher planted with such crops as corn, oats, potatoes, and ands of acres iriHued tivcry Wodnoadtiy. alfalfa. Farmers wcro instructed in tho mixing of fertilizers, in the use of lime, and in tho keeping of farm accounts. This is just a beginning. It is impossiblo to forecast what tho developments of such CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1916 work under tho joint supervision of tho Federal Government nnd the various States will bo. Hrcckenridgo count' needs a farm ngent. Counties need general To get the managers samo as railroads and other Inrgc corporations additional best results farmers in this county, as in other counties, need to bo BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each V. It. Moorshown. Judge Dowell says a county agent is needed. insertion. the rate of man, Jr., says ho will pay $50 towards his salary. Think about this CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at you men who are interested. Get busy with your Fiscal Com t and 10 ccna per line. money we will have one. It will be tho bust investment this county ever OBITUARIES churned for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, e m il . EIGHT PAGES. in advance. Examine the label on your paper. notify us. HUMAN made. If it is not correct please AGRICULTURE. ized not only in that part of Georgia but throtmliout the United States. They are composed of boys and girls. The membership now amounts to about nine thousand. The organization and encouragement of these pig club- is part of the work of the Department of Agthe Department riculture. In thin respect, a- - in many other department of education. It is training of Agriculture, is a sort of Ainericm boys and girls to understand the country in which they live, and to take part m its development. There are four thousand member of poultry clubs. Too United States Government is taking a long look ahead when it thus reaches out to make American boys and girls lit for country life and successful in rural business. Altogether in the Southern States there were 110,000 boys and girls enrolled during the year, in the various ki nds of agricultural clubs. Of the sixty thousand boys, say Mr. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture, in his recently issued report, "many were interested in growing winter legumes for soil improvement. Four crop clubs were formed in some of the States, with rotation on three acres of ground, to show tho tinancial advantage of improving soil fertility." There are a good many city people who have no idea what legumes are, and club. And yet have even loss idea of the signiticance of a and girls. The fifty thousand such matters are familiar to these boys girls who are enrolled in the canning clubs are "taught to make homo gardens and to preserve for home use tho garden products as well as the waste fruits and vegetables of the entire farm.'' This work of educating country boys and girls is not merely the work of the Federal Department of Agriculture, but it is the joint work of that Department and various State agencies, including agricultural colleges and county agents. In addition to the 110,000 boys and girls in the South, there are over 150,000 boys and girls enrolled in the Northern and Western States. Some of tho members of these clubs are buying land, and in this way acquiring, as Secretary Houston says, "the habit of thrift and the sense of the dignity of It is not, however, only the boys and girls that tho Department of Agriculture and the various States are educating, but also the older people. Tho farmers are being taught how to be better fanners. Farmers' wives are being taught how they can make their work more efficient and more Under the Department there has been organized, as the result of legislation by tho last session of Congress, tho "States Relations Service." This brings into tho agricultural cdusittonal activities of tho various State institutions and tho Federal Agricultural Department. There is provided in this way "a Nation-widsystem of instruction for the farming population." During this first year, of course, it has been necessary to work out tho general lines of the system. The Department urges the importance of establishing in every count an agent with permanent headquarters, who can ''serve as the joint representative of the local community, the agricultural college, and the Department " There are now in the United States more than a thousand counties with .such ageii'N, and in these there are several hundred women employed. These agents give farm demonstrations. In the liftcon Southern States there were, for example, three thousand silos built under the direct instruction of agents. (A silo, by the way, is a structure! in which corn is preserved for fodder.) More than o'onty live thousand hillsides were tcrr.icad to pro vent orosion, home gardens woie planted, thousands of acres were drained, enterprises were established f ir tho breeding of livestock, handling seed, marketing crops, etc. Tho women agents visited homes and gave helpful suggest ion- - about such matters as the eradication of Hies and mosquitoes, the care of poultry, the provision re.-pec-ts. (I'ront The Outlook.) Eleven millions pounds of pork would feed a ercut many people. That in the amount of cured pork rawed in 1914 in eleven counties of Georgia where there are pir clubs. The na club" have been organ- four-cro- p STERILIZATION OF DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. The possibility of the transmission of disease through the me dium of dental instruments has probably been considered by every occupant of tho dentist's chair. It constitutes 0110 of the fears with which a patient is possessed the moment he adjusts himself for his period of treatment. Authorative instances of the conveyance of contagion in this manner are extremely rare, its frequency not being determinable, a'though few will deny the possibilities of occurences of this character. Cleanliness should tie the primary consideration in all dental op erations. Luc white coat of the operator represents more than com fort; it is the symbol of neatness. The dentist who works with un clean instruments, who provides soiled linen, or who places a com mon drinking glass before his patient, should bo judged accordingly. Fortunately the members of the profession who do the.-- things are criticised and sutler from loss of patronage, so that there is a strong tendenc on tho part of'dentists to maintain their surroundings above reproach. However, tho public is rapidly learning the value of accptic methods, and tho proper equipment is now found in nearly nil dental olliccs. Thorough .studies of the sterilization process have recently been made for dentists by tho United States Public Health Service at tho request of various Dental Associations throughout the country, and in a recent publication ot that Service dental information will bo found as to tho accepted methods for the sterilization of all dental in struments. Breckenridgo county is to bo congratulated on having dentists who pay particular and careful attention to sterilization of their in struments. e 0. Q 0 . fl o sz. r. IMJLAJL - a START RIGHT NOW TO LIVE THE REST OF YOUR LIFE RIGHT. ARE YOU FACING AN OLD AGE OF POVERTY? IF YOU ARE EARNING MONEY PUT AS MUCH OF IT AS YOU CAN IN THE BANK EACH PAY DAY. YOU WILL BE HAPPY WHEN YOU SEE YOUR BALANCE GROW AND SEE YOUR MONEY PILE UP SO IT CAN REALLY "PROTECT" YOUR OLD AGE. START RIGHT NOW. BANK WITH US Tnt.ll Resources Including Trust Investments $600.00000 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURQ, KY. ." labor-savin- CLEARANCE SALES. Once again the clearance time is around. In order to make a thorough cleaning up of odds and ends nnd odd lots the merchants aro placing prices on articles that will move them quickly and save tho purchasers considerable. These removal sales mean a let to the merchants who do not like to keep old goods even if thoy have to let them go at cost, und if articles are kept from year to year it is a loss to the merchants. Splendid articles are being quoted daily by many firms. A few suggestions aro found in this wtek's issue. We call especial attention to the double-pagad of 13. F. Beard & Co. Their "Red Tag Clearance Sales" are looked forward to by the people of Urcckenridge county as an opportunity to save money on many articles of necessity. B. F. Beard & Co. are firm believers in "printer's ink," and their phonominal success in their splendid business, coupled with honest dealing, has made this store one of tbo largest in Western Kentucky. e I Money Loaned on approved security at reasonable rates at The Bank That is Steadily Growing WATCH US! Bank of Cloverport, Cloverport, Ky. The city officials of Cloverport ure giving in this issue of tho Breckenridgo News their annual leports. Note with interest the different amounts received, paid out and on hands. Learn to bo ugreeuble by agreeing with others in the little things of life whenever you can without being untrue to your principles. To and with that smile that was her's only, the Memory of she bade them a last farewell and in a Jennie Mae Smart. short time she quietly passed from earth e into the presence of the Savior she In the death of tin's sweet, bright girl, trusted, loved and obeyed. the community of Hites Run sustained a Safe in the arms of Jesus, Freed from all earthly care; loss that is felt in ever home. Having Awaiting the Master's summon known her all her life, the writer wishes, To loved ones over there. in the feeble words at his command, to Singing the Master's praises, pay a just tribute to her memory. One of the host redeemed: Taking God at His promises, Her home environments were such as Makes even death serene. to impress her with the importance of H. I1LYTHK, earnest effort and intense application in Superintendent JOHN Hites Run Baptist Sunthe pursuit of acquirements necessary day School. for her usefulness and happiness during life As a pupil in school, she ranked high in class work and in deportment. Iler's was a generous rivalry that engendered no strife. If she excelled she realized in her success the just reward of merit. She was free from selfish ambition. During the hours of recreation her mirth knew 110 bounds, but if during play a j child was hurt, or its frock torn, it look-...- 1 1.. r ....... vj. .... t r...- ti.,. f u ..... nunt. u, a m- .1 j .... pathy and the helping hand and it never looked in vain. In Sunday school, as pupil or teacher, she was a titeless, earnest mid successful worker. During the past summer she held the position of secretary and her loyalty will long be remembered and chciished by the school Through the the shimmering heat and humid atmos phere she came, ever at the post of duty, on time, and her stand giving evidence of fresh, sweet scented (lowers llright, cheerful, optimistic, she was an inspiration to all who came in contact with her About three years ago she sustained sunstroke, from which she recovered slowly. Since that time she has had several spells of sickness und during her last illness she was an intense sufferer, yet she bore it patiently, and when she realized that her young life was Hearing its close, she faced death fearlessly. On the morning of the last day of the old year, as the glorious orb of day was crowning the hilltops with a halo of glory, she called her loved ones to her, - A Good Flour For The Jobbers j PROFITABLE PROFITABLE Gets Repeat Orders I 1 8 g jec A Good Flour For The Bakers Makes More and Better Loaves La Grippe and Fever Cured. oH ion DC HOI Hi BIGG EST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR Hvery ui.iu Aho ' In need of a new suit, or overcoit, or hat. or furnishings of any kind is missing n golden oppartumtv If he doe-- , not take prompt, advantage of our remarKably reduced prices just now. Everybody with brains knoivs that wt must yet rid of trm uood. nov on hand in order to make room for our no.v stock soon to In arriving. T.iat explain the pricos we are miking for quick sates. "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic cured my husband of LaGripp?' and Fever ufter other remedies failed." LULA C. ROACH, Driuon, Fin. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. I LEWISP0RT I LEWISP0RT IS jjp BEST PATENT FLOUR If nonrepresented by your grocer, write us MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. o f - GARFIELD. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Corn;. ton and chil- dren, A FEW EYE $I7.5 Suits for 15 00 Suits for IB 50 Suits far 10 00 Suits for 8 5" Suit for 8 00 OPENERS 25 ten days. I ten days.. 1 m '! iM) Men's IUU, ten nays., t 1(1 .115 50 Men's Hats, ten days.. 50 Caps in the lot all sold at :i 1 ten dd i. . ,$2 5 ten days. . . lo.ns) ten days. . . 9 00 ten d ID Men's Han, 50 Men'i Hats, Hurdlnsturg, spent Suuday with Mr. and Mrs. I H. Richardson. Dr. J. A Sandbach and Mrs. Sand- bach and children, visited relatives at McQjady Friday, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Dowell vis ittd Will Dowell's family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. IJr c LeGraud spent tne week end nt Ilardiusbnrg the guests of Judge D. D D.iwell. Mrs. Laura Uridivell visited Mrs. V of W. Smith t "RUBBER Igj yU Special Prices On ROOFING" j3t : Samples Furnished on Request. We can please you in Price and Quality. $ &' ! Write tor Samples. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. ?Sj Ijt &! tjl Of: JAKE WILSON, Manager ten dy,. Suits for teu days... i Oo This offer includes JSlue Sergei . iys... S 00 6 no to close. Men's and Hoys' Caps 25c. MCN'S 50c NECKTIES. TEN DAYS I'KICE CUT ... I'ER CENT. .25c MEN'S ODD I'ANTS li lo ED ALEXANDER. laoollo week. Fred and Howard Triplett, of Hsw- leyville, visited their grandmother, A New Subscriber. Lncy Kennady. Mrs. H.la Muttlugly, Saturday Mr and Mrs. Lonnle Poole visited Dear Mr. I inclose he?. Miss Hessie Stlder has returned to Mrs Melville Adams, of Hensley, Sun- with po.tofHce money' order for Slflfor her hum j at Hardfnsburg, ufier spend day which send me The Breckeorldge News Ing several weeks with her sister, Mrs. The body of Mrs. Lora Whltworth foroneear. D. (I. Uarned, V H. Maltiuglv wds brouRht here from Hardlnsburs Bluckwell, Okla. C. L. Ueurd, V. . Mattingly, V. W. for burial Wednesday. The funerul Itoh.-Scra- tehl Itch! Itch! Scratchl Smith and Emmett Huntley attended services were conducted by Rev. C. L. Scratch! The mora you scratch, the tho loose leuf tobacco sale at HartUns Urulngton. worse tin itch. Try Uoan'i Ointmtnt. burg Saturday. For any skin itching. SOc a Ad Today box. ecztina, a News Miss Juno Robbins Is visiting Miss Hat-bagr- : list ... ffi Try Want T J. B. LODJBURG. The Annual Report of the City Clerk of the City of January 1st, 1015, balance Received from tnx collector $.i,9t).40 Received from city clerk Received from C. W. .'71 23 I) In Cashman spent the week-en- d MAN'S EXPERIENCE Louisville, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. flue Casey. Mr. and Mrs. D. 13. Deacon and Results Tell the Tale. family spjnt one day Inst week with Mr. and Mrs. J II. Avltt. Can you doubt the evidence of this Bob Cnshman was In Brandenburg Cloverport citizen. You can verify Cloverport frnent last week. endorse- c, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks, of xhlled Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Parks J. C. We.uhetholt, grocer, Clover last week, port, sava: "I had little Idea that I Mr. and Mrs. Lnuls 1'ruehwald, of I had set' would ever be wsll again. Mr. und Mrs. !!. F. tied up my affairs, bellving it would be Tell City, vMted Impossible for me to last n great while Fruehwald, Frymlre, last week. Owen Bruticr, of Frymlre, visited in longer. The pain in my back was ter rlble, especially when I stooped. Il Garfield last week. seemed ns If some one had run a knife Huett Gibson, of Bowling Green, into me. My heart action was Irregu- Ernest Ulb.son, of inn bolt, Tenn., and lar. I became dizzy and often had to Clyde Gibson, of McFall, Mo., vllted catch hold of something to keep from their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry falling. My knee joints were wollen Gibson, recently. to twice their normal size and I had Clyne Robertson and sister, Blanch, lost weight until I was n mere skeleton visited their brother, Malcolm Robert-sokidney secretions contnitied stdl-meThe and Mrs. Robertson, Frymlre, last and the passages were painful week. Doctors' medicine did me no good, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cashman and six neither did the so called kidney cures. 1,1520 pounds. What Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Fish- children weigh family can beat that? Drug Store, soon cured me." er's Mrs. I. C. Argabrlght visited her Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get daughter, Mrs. Mobley, Cincinnati, last Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. week n Co., Miss Lorena Orendorf, of Websttr, Weatherholt had. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. visited her aunt, Mrs. Jess Parks, Fry-mli11 nt Foster-Mllbur- i w a. r t s ADVERTISE ONE CENT PER WORD f2,o5l 57 Notf Advertisers please notify the editor when you want ndvcrtisemwit discontinued, f A K bllllUIIUIl.il i hnmm innsF LUUUL ifif 1.1.111 TflRiGcn IVUnWV nn UUl (Incorporated) niru anti i npieit streets. Largest Floor in Town, fiest Light. Dalit Saloc Haminan Received from E. Browne, franchise. Received from H. G. 50 Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column 5 00 Yeager 16 IS Total receipts for the year.. $4,401 41 Warrants issued during year: January 8 430.70 February ID9 15 March April May 363 n;j S4-.35 fU.Oo'J.U!) Fanev Onill 4,401.42 Mllcitillt. worked. Ilnrd FOK SAI.K-l'nn- cy . llnliliocl Price 110. Ilprtlm (Irecnwell, Cloverport, ICv. nlci-ly- For Sale V V flnnn Firm anrl All Tobacco Kept Insured. " two-lhird- 4 M in lit pa.xsed yenr wo sold 5).0()0.000 ikuiikK or 0l of nl Unit ovor looc Icnf lloors mm of till thu Hurley There was a Reason-- s Horse family linrp, FOK SAl.E-- A Rood,W. wife Urcenwell, miywln-rII. Ky. Farm For Sale valley land FOll 4 miles south of Kirk, near sehool and diuretics. Good grain, eluver and Hurley land; well watered with springs Improve, ments large tobacco liarn and ttuck barn: one dwelllne, 7 roomfiuul two tenant Iiouv h Price low halt cash and tial.inceon tcrmi to milt purchaser. Further It formation write J. M. Crenshaw. Ilardlnshurff No. 1, Ky. Blacksmith Shop COIt ItKNT-- A hlncksmltli ship and dwell-Iiik house In Kirk. Ky. For particulars call or wrltu to It K. ScroRclns. Kirk, Ky. $4, 74S IS For Sale GOOD SERVICE Both Phones F V W W P V VTS-v- f u, lune July August September October November December '. If 1.36 032. ii 22965 392.00 5"5 02 ."58. '2 304 82 573..T-- Farmers Dealers in Tobacco For Rcnl Ship Your Tobacco to the 1 Old Reliable Louisville House where every hojisliead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER & DURRETT, Total expenditures. $4,"48.4S Balance January 1st, 1010 Warrants outstanding Wanted Man past 30 with horse and lumgv to sell Stock Condition I'owder In llrcckcn $2,204 ,l rldgn County. Halary 370 per month. Ad33.20 dress 0 Industrial Hldg., Indianapolis. Ir.d. ,N Managers recently. AMMONS. E. O. Dutschke was in Irvington Saturday. Claud Troutman, of Louisville, visited W. L. Ballow last week. Bud McCoy, of Illinois, visited rela- tives here. Mrs. Jesse Stiff has been visiting near Myotic. Rev. Weedraan, of Battletown, is conducting a meeting at the school-housMrs. Belle Crawford, who has been e. spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. S. English, contemplates to New Orleans soon. She will be ccomoanied bv her granddaughter. Miss Elizabeth English. go-li- ng Poultry Parasites. You keep the chicken house clean to keep the parasites off thn chickens. You spray to kill germs but what do you do to get the germs and parasites liens especially inside the chickens? show it at moulting time and during the winter. How can you expect them to lay? Free them from all internal parasites by feeding B. A. Thomas Poultry Powder occasionally. if it dosen't make your hens happy, we will For sale at Wedreturn your money. ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. BEWLEYVILLE. Dr. A. M. Hardaway, otMinot, North Dakota, made a short visit to his father at their old home recently. Wade H. Drury has gone to Lakeland, where he has accepted a position in the asylum. Z. T. Stith had the banner crop of tobacco in this section, und sold it to T. J. Triplett for a good price. Grover Keith, Carl Cornpton and Jeff Jolly left Monday for Detroit, Mich. Bewleyville Lodge No. 228, V. and A. M , met December 27 for the purpose of electing officers. , They are as follows: Gilbert Casev, W. M.; Owen Casey, S. W.; Finis Claycomb, J. W.; T. H. Payne, Treasurer; Chas Blan-forSecretary; Edgar Hardaway, S. D.; E. M. Foote, J. D.; Chas. McCoy, Tyler. Misses May and Bessie Watlington, of Hardinsburg, visited Mrs. Charlie Payne last week. We are glad to have Jeff Adkisson In Report of R. L. Oelze, Treasurer our town. He has moved into his new of the City of Cloverport, For residence on Railroad street. the Year Ending December Mrs. B. F. Hardin received a letter Colo31st, 1915. from her brother, Cash Bas-harado City, Col., a few days ago. Says he is in good health, and the climate is RECEIPTS He said tell all the best in the world. his friends In Lodiburg and Irvington January I. To Balance $2,001 00 5" 31 hello. Cash left here about two months January Ml. To L. V. Chapln January 3I. To Paul Lewis. . . ago, and has a paying position there. 15 00 8 00 February 28. To Paul Lewis. . February 28. To L. V. Chapln 36 75 Full Formula The 81 24 March 3I. To L. V. Chapin... of "Penslar White Pine and Spruce March 31. To Paul Lewis 4G 5O Balsam' Is on the label so .you can see March 3I. To C. W. Hamnmn O.5O what a good cough medicine it is. 2sc April 30. ToL V. Chapin.... 44 08 at Wedding's Drug Store. May 3l. To L. V. Chapin 54 06 Mav 3I. To Edw. Bowne 5 00 62 25 June 3O. To Paul Lewis 6.65 June 30. To L. V. Chapin July 31 . To L. V. Chapin. . . ; . 3S5 43 15. O. Ferguson and baby visited Mrs. July 31. To Paul Lewis 18.00 in Louisville last week. August 3o. To Paul Lewis.... 85 00 Mrs. J. IJ. Shively was in Owensboro August 30. To L. V. Chapin.. 21" 4'.t Wednesday. September 30. To L.V. Chapin 12S 4O Miss Eva S. Ilasliam has completed September 30. To Paul Lewis. 58.00 the tenth grade in her musical course, October 31. To Paul Lewis... 22 75 under Miss Eva May, of Cloverport October 3I. To L. V. Chapin.. 283 85 Miss Lucille Hardin, of Holt, was the November 30. To L.V.Chapin 2,2(i0.rt) 16 18 guest of Miss Lclia It. Hawkins last November 30. To H.G. Yeager November 30. To Paul Lewis. 53J5 week. 2.00 Larue Berkley remembered his rela Decembrr 3I. To Paul Lewis. tives with a box of apples from Mann-to- December 31. To L. V. Chapin 4II.94 Wash. , the largest one weighing Total $7,003 02 one pound. Total Kxpenditures. 4,765 31 R. A. Smith and Jerry Simon were in Louisville Tuesday. Balance January 1st, 1916. $2,23" 71 Balance of cash in hands of treasurer f 2,2117. 71 Respectfully, Paul Lewis, City Clerk. pAflMoff-Oacrssnea- McQuady, For Sale or Trade Farm Mctjuady. Will sell or trade torn larger place. A. I'. King. r L T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. Ky. For Sale or Rent Farm IOE STKWAUT farm of 212 acres near Stephensport. Three tenant houses: two good tiarns; line waters good taliacco land. Apply to C. C. Hamilton, Amnions, Ky. For Sale and horn hull, weight Cloverport, Ky. 1030 SHORT HORN POLLED DURHAMS Fifteen Short Horn and Polled Durham Hulls for yalc; also 20 IIcifcr.i; all registered, and will be delivered to you at a price you can afford to pay. Try growing cattle instead of tobacco. Stock lbs. ShortA. L. Iliillmnn, years old! pAIIl Ilrood 2 mares li and 8oldj good 4 years geldings pair Lost Link Bracelet ten links on a black LINK Ilracelet withKramer. Anna 51. For Sale 93 Acre Farm a farm of 03 YV'I'' sell at a bargain nlcu orchard;acres: good ioba?co land; well watered: all under fence; good dwelling and largo cellar; good bam and Call on or write me J. E. Wethlngton, Hardinsburg. Ky. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, slew dean, ky. ' C. L. BEARD Life DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Insurance and Real Estate Hardlnsburfl, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. Office with J. R. Eskridjjc, Attorney Office Hours: DENTIST f:: Alwny In ofllrr durlne .olllct' liour! Irvingtcn, Ky. By Amount paid K. L. Oelze, City Treasurer Less my commission SH.g9O.49 U55. 15 (I4 Total $4,234 Respectfully submitted, L. V. CHAPIN, City Tax Collector. IlSavc $20 Now! $55.00 pays for a FulCDiploma $75.00 Book- - W M keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMI- $ TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata- y 1$ log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. $H (If Address Notice. Dr. R. I. Stephenson wilt be In his office at Stephensport regularly after January 1, 1916, to practice his profession, Prompt attention will be given to all patients who call at his office. n, il Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. Y., writes: "I first used Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy about eight years ago. At that time I had a hard cold and coughed most of the time. It proved to be just what I needed. It broke up the cold in a few days, and I the cough entirely disappeared. have to'd many of my friends of the good I received through using this medicine, and all who have used it speak of It In the highest terms." Obtainable everywhere. GARFIELD. and George Miss Edith Comptou Indigestion. Beard were married in Louisville last and Constipation week. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets Mrs. Jas. Poole and children left Wedand must say they are the best I have nesday for Omaha, Nebr., to join Mr. ever used for constipation and Indi- Poole, who has employment there. gestion. My wife also used them for Miss Anna M, Smith entered school in indigestion and they did her good," Hardinsburg Monday. n, writes Eugene S. Knight, Willlmlng-toMr. Jones, near here, killed a hog last N. C. Obtainable everywhere. week, from which he made two hundred galpounds of sausage and forty-thre- e lons of lard. Tom Dowell, of Louisville, recently visited his mother, Mrs. Letitia Dowell. Wm. Carman, who has been quite sick, is able to be out again, Our Prices Help Lower Cost of Living H. O. KEESLING, Light Snow in California. EXPENDITURES Dear Mr. Habbagc: Unclosed please BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE By warrants paid January.... $ 4"li.24 find $I.oo for the renewal of The e iiH Incorporated By warrants paid February... IO5.85 News. We are having a taste of p By warrants paid March 361. 23 Eastern winter. All around Los Angeles Louisville, Kentucky 243-5By warrants paid April we have had snow, as much as two f (S?g3)ig5sSiSxfe (g?s: By warrants paid May Ggia; Gsa 160 04 inches within ten miles of us. dsis: s&. It seems By warrants paid June 631 2(1 so much colder after having a year of By warrants paid July 3116s the most beautiful weather. Remember By warrants paid August 415.20 us to your family. We wish you and YOU WILL LIVE LONOUR By warrants paid September.. 54O 7" yours a prosperous and happy New Yecr. ANI UK HAPPIER By warrants paid October.... 544 97 Permanent .Mrs. II. Riedel, By warrants paid November. . 3IO 82 3 Tgo Los Angeles, Cal. f By warrants paid December.. 5."9 70 Cloverport, Ky. Telephone 56-- J Women of Sedentary Habits. Total $4,765 31 2,237.71 Women who get but little exercise Balance BLUE RIBBON Respectfully submitted, are likely to be troubled with constlpa R. L. Oelze. Treasurer. tion and Indigestion and will find Attorncy-at-LaChamberlain's Tablets highly benetl Heal Estate Sold and Exchanged. Report of R. L. Oelze, Treasur cial.Not so good as a three or four mile Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and walk every day, but very much better acknowledged. er of the Sinking Fund of the than to allow the bowels to remain In For Baking Flrfe Biscuits, Pies, Kentucky Cloverport, They are Cakes and pellcate Pastries City of Cloverport, For the a constipated condition. easy and pleasant to take and most Manufactured by Year Ending Dec. 31, 1915. agreeable In effect. Obtainable ev DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Speclalift on erywherc. Cannelton Flour Mills January 1st, IOI5: RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION. Cannelton, Ind. To Balance on hand $10,018.45 Glen Macy Moves to Lodiburg. By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. To interest on above Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 Sth St. Dear Mr. Babbage: l'ind enclosed at 4 fir for one year 425.04 12 to'.2 and 6 to 9 p. m Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. check for one dollar for which please ex llreck-enridg- President 1 1 o isss (Szs,&, Dr. Jesse Baucum Wkii'll Only Dentist w V. G. BABBAGE FIOUR Total By Balance tll,074.39 $11,074.30 $11,074 39 tend my subscription for another ear. Also change my address front Webster to Lodiburg. Sincerely, Masonic Election. Custer Loile No. 624, P. A. M., Wo solicit your butchor trade. Our main inducement is Low Prices. Low prices, however, meun nothing without quality. Wo combino both. First-Clas- s Meats at Figures Rock-Botto- m To Balance on hand January 3, 1016, Prevent Hog Cholera. $11,07439. Represented by 5 CertifiThe B. A. Thomas Hog Powder has cates of Deposit In the Bank of Clovera record of q5 cures of Hog Cholera. port of $2,000,00 each, and One Certifi-cn- ts of $1,074.30, with interest at .'c. If you feed your hogs as directed, you Respectfully, need never fear hog cholera nor any R. L OELZE, other hog disease. And the directions Treasurer Sinking l'uud. are very simple, just about what you are doing, plus a few cents worth ot U. A. Thomas Hog Powder In the feed Annual Report of L. V. Chapin, met in their hull December 27, I9I5, and elected the following officers to Oleu Macy, servo the lodge the eusuiuu year: Lodiburg, Ky. Philip H. Snyder, Master; 1). C. Brown, ; J. W. Harsh, physics react, weaken the S. W.; Allle Alexander, J. Mitclmm, Treasurer, Or. J. W. Meador, bowels, will lead to chronic constipa1) ; tion. Doan's Hegulets operate easily. Secretary! Ben II. SprlngM, S. A. L. Lvnch. J. D.i Karl Mattingly, 2$c a box at all stores. T)ler; W. T. Gregory. Marshall; V. II Board, Chaplain. in Oklahoma. Have You Tried a Package of Greenwell's . Malaria Remedy? Fine Weather Don't you think you ought to 'Play Fair' with yourself and try us out in this statement Sipes' Meat Market, irvington, Ky. twice a week. Usually, though, Cholera gets In be fore we know It. Then it requires close attention to each hog each hog must be dosed and If you will dose them as directed, you will save better than 00 per cent. If you don't, thu II A. Thomas medicine costs you uotli Ing. We not some distant manufaFor cturerpay your money back sale at Wedding's Drugstore, Cloverport, Ky. Clover City Tax Collector, port, Ky., For the Year Ending December 31, 1915. To coll. 1012 Book $ To coll. IOI3 Book To coll. Igl4 Book.j To coll. IOI5 Book Total II 00 81.b7 .'188.00 3,777 78 Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find check enclosed for ono morn year's subscription to The Breckenridge News. If you think this campaign will be a warm one, send me a music btnnd to hold the paper while. I rend. We are having nu awful fine winter so far. No snow yet und little tuln, C. A. Mnttlngly, Renfrow, Okla. Accidents will happen, ljut the licst ri'uulatcd families keep Dr. Thomas' Kclectic Oil for such euictt.'cncli-s- . Two sizes '.) and 50c at all stores. If not get a package at once. If results are not satisfactory our money refunded. It drives out malarial poison and gives lime to thu whole Stop taking calomel and Mhtem (Unine until you have used one package of this great rrtnulx . You will then be coin ii ceil i f its merit Sent bv mail postpaid 011 receipt of rice (50 cents), or see me nt my home on school li' use hill, Renewal From Bro. Lewis. Mr, Babbajie: Unclosed lied Should havu been sent sooner. Mrs, t,ew says The Breckenridge News is like a letter from home. Love to all. I. T. LUWIS, Trenton, Ky. Dear W. H. GREEN WELL, Box 161, Cloverport, Ky. fi.W, $4,254.01 Subscribe Today Read all the Ads. mr armr-- - 7T ir "' 1 Vjr ? I B. F. BEARD & COMPANY'S IRED T I S A Grand Opportunity to Save Money on'JHigh- Class Merchandise Price-Makin- 3 S g "and This great sale is known the country over for it's exclusiveness in Quality-GivinEvery article in our mammoth Store is included in this BIG TEN DAYS SALE. There's nothing reserved. Many folks are now waiting for this BIG SALE for they know they can make their money do more here than elsewhere. We will look for e cry old g. if- - DRY GOODS VERY SPECIAL nenil made of Babies' and Children's nice Ginghams ai d many of them mv handsomely trimmed in Persian effect. Red Tap Price .$1.19 $1.75 Drc.-.-e-s: .79 $1.00 Dres?es; Red Tug Price Dresse.--: NOTIONS This department i jti.--t full of nice bargains Only a low are shown here. 23c Colgate's Talcum Powders San Silk, per spool .. $30J $30 15c 4c ... Ladies' House Dresses Values unequaled. made Homedo Papers of Safety Pms for Lana Oil and Butter Milk Soap, per box of Two 5c Hottlcs of Perfume for 2 5c range with rose SQUARE DEljl stove; a good vil bargain at J BAKEWE 3 cakes .... l!c 5c Heating $31.50 Moore Heater, heats circulation of suringa grcate ficiency; thoy satisfaction: Red Tag price; $28.50 Moorel Heater,, a emal one shown; Ked Tag price. $13.50 Monro's RUGS AND DRUGGETS $3.00 9x12 Matting Rugs, red tag price $13.50 and $14.00 9x12 Brussels Rug, $ 2.49 Garments at not compare the prices. While they last red tag price $20.00 9x12 Axminister Rug, red tag price. 10.49 . 15.49 l2.Je (iiiiirhrtm-- , all nife d- - i reaole p.ittern. red taji price lOJe liic (iitiL'ljums in -- olid, plaid- - and checks, red tar price sjc '."c Dress Hoods: this lot include- - many nice, pop lin- - in Rliie, Giecn, I5lack .Brown and Fancy Strips: 19c red ta: price . $1.25 DRESSES Red Tag Price FURNITURE ... Red Tag price .... SPECIAL 1.1 Hope Cotton, regular Hv. red Njt more than tas price vards to eah customer 8c 98c LADIES' COAT SUITS Ely-Jay- " $16.50 Moore's Red Tag prico K $6.50 Gold PoJ Red Tag price $8.50 Gold Pol .. CORSETS Extra Special! The American Beauty Cor- Red Tag price line, which arc These are out of the "Famous most popular for their distinctiveness and snap. We have, a few numbers in blue, black, brown and mixed. They won't last long at the- prices. n $30.00 Mahogany Veneer Finish Dresser, red tag price'$l9.49 $6.50 TninV-MT sets B the standard of Excellence! $22.50 $20.00 $17.50 $12.50 Coat Coat Coat Coat Suit, Suit, Suit, Suit, red red red red tag tag tag tag pried price price price ,..., ' .. $15.98 $13.98 $10.98 7.98 13.98 25.00 Mahogany Veneer Finish Bed, red tag price 25 00 Mahogany Veneer Finish Wash Stand, red tag price 13.98 SPECIAL CHIFFO-ROB- E $4.50 TrunT; $3.75 Trunk; III 2 h.1 ft i I 55- Si. 00 Corsets: Red Tay; Price . 69c S8c 1.19 Ladies' Cloaks Only a small assortment of Plush, Broadcloth, Astrakan and Fur Coats and they will go early at these prices. So come first. $15.00 Cloaks, red tag price $9.49 12.00 Cloaks, red tag price 7.98 7.00 Cloaks, red tag price 4.00 6.00 Cloaks, red tag price 3.98 6.50 Cloaks, red tag price 3.98 6.50 Misses' Coats, red 4.49 tag price 7.00 Misses' Coats, red 4.49 tag price 4.00 Misses' Coats, red 2.29 tag price This is a special offer and is very desirable. Will care for several suits with absolutely no wrinkles, regular tfM n nn $16.00 value, red tag price UH JiuO $15.00 Dresser, Mission Stylo, 24x36 Plate Mirror and is great bargain, red tag price $12 f)0 $1.50 Corsets; Q 01 J if J jq Q Q Red Tag Price $2.00 Corsets; ?rq8r!caeaut QorS'ets Kitchen Cabinet. Xo cook room is complete without one and every house wife deserves this one ffln red tag price uuiTu big value, fur only Red Tag Price $13.00 Chiffon, oak finish, has plate .;... mirror, and is a con- ' - LADIES' UNDERWEAR 25c Outing Underskirts; Red Tag Price 30c Outing Underskirts; Red Tag Price 4Q $5.00 Vernu.w Martin Bed, largo massive, two inch tinuous psts, very attractive, red tag price uOiuO vOiT'J ftn nn ftn iQ ROCKERS most beautiful assortment of rockers and the prices are all down as A Collar Puds; Rc $1.25 Team Bril 50c Trace Chaiil $1.00 Ilames; 60-Tine Mami 25c Garden Ral $2.25 Safety H 75c Wood Saw;l 2ou Knob Lock I Leader Horse $1.00 Handled $2.50 8 Day Cld $12.50 Double 4 lull The Red Tae Bltt Regular 16,0 Prfe. ZIU 1 Red Tag Price Red Tug Price 25c Knit Garments; fin an example $4.00 Rockers, red tag price JU LADIES' SKIRTS $3.50 Ladies' Skirts, red tag price 4.00 Ladies' Skirts, red tag price 6.00 Ladies' Skirts, red tag price $2.29 2.79 3.79 Grebl As lonfra 50c and 60c Knit Garments; QQn I I All Goods uUu $1.00 Knit Garments; Red Tag Price 79c (.Set Ladies and Misses' Macinaws The very kind of yours now. u hack-abou- $2.98 Big 2,500lya at Cut Prices are for t coat for comfort and style. Sale Special CASH ONLY $6.50 Macinaws, Red Tag Price, $3.75 75c Lamp 49c ous Hoo; Not more B. ARB & COMPjrf! n' A TAG SALE, JAN. 19 TO B.'xV.iM ,' kV2Y 29. 1916!! s k ft JC.US."iX V- - . Ten Big Days! patron I 1 I. aL y il l! 'I II II MC-A- . II fc , I dBf IB. I ill VI .MM KMHH MJHBH M these sales to get their usual share of the BIG BARGAINS and you who do not know what real merit there Is in our Big 10 Days Sales, owe it to yourself to come to this one. Don't hesitate on account of the rush--w- e can serve you. This Big Ten Days Sale will begin on Jan. 19 and close on Jan. 29. Polks will be here to get the bargains, for our bargains do go. Don't let this chance slip. Just come, see how much of I ,5 .I Mb'.mVA HIHlt HI TJlin 1 iU R,if -A IlI li'jT.. I I M III II I I mvUTK.fc?flv lWj!flrf',tAi-Wl'- MmVWlMM IN JIMIM HH M MIMbbbbbBbI III JTLfcNSXXW 'sYf VlrW VvftviB Ifill II' IrFA "V " '' Wm TgJVM II n 'I I I II you can save at this Big Ten Days Red Tag Sale. v WNV 1 I I II 1111 1 Mil II 1 iHIHI imiHI H The Following Sample Prices will give you an Idea of The Great Reductions COOK STOVE vkiii'i:. ii it nun; i:uwtv i ii. i cuiniifiiiiuiu . i uiiin V 111 .1 Men's Odd Pants MK $2.00 Men's Odd Pants $3.00 Men's Odd Punts $4.00 Men's Odd Pants $5.00 Men's Odd Pants . . in j t.i AM I ........ at regular $20. but a hiirsier P OIUiOU nn X M lives ir Tut it complete air, in- - absolute 1 L I If size than - nil 25c Caluniot Baking Powders 25c Golden ColTcc, per pound 3 Boxes of Table Salt 3 Boxes Matches 45o Broom 4 Pounds of Making Soda 3 Boxes ot Best Oats 20o Awaco Packnge Coil'ee Pure New Orleans Molascs, 05c for 10 pound bucket ,17c 20c 10c 10c 35c 5c 21c 15c SHOES BARGAIN LOT 1 SPECIAL BARGAINS Lot of Odds and Ends at Half Price 10 ;9.69 SI 1.23 All Goods sold at Cut Prices for CASH ONLY per cent reduction on all Heavy Shoes. per cent reduction on all Fine Shoes. S ss 15 $5.49 $6,49 GENTS.' FURNISHINGS 50c I HATS MEN'S UNDERWEAR Shirts and Drawer:), heavy fleeced, red tug price 39c Site SWANN TRUNKS $1.00 Union Suits, red tag price Men's Heavy Work Shiits, $1.00 val ues, red tag prico 50c values, red tag prico 82c 3Jc The mark "Swann" is the nign of Hiipori. ority. Accept no other. The quality is there. 2.50 Hats $1.5)8 $1.15) .$1.50 Hats .8!) $1.00 Caps .50 Caps .42 AKIIWAKb eBTag Price, o.ich 6s; KcdTai: Price Red Taj: Price d Tag Price ;Forks; ltud Tar Price ;Ked Tag Price it; Red Tag Price led Tag Prico tied Tag Price SKo Nails, per lb.; Red Tag Price Tag Price Tag Prico ; Mrrel Shotgun; Red lag Price Every garment is nice clean stock. No "FIRE" stock or goods, but these prices are on our regular stock clothing. out-of-date CLOTHING (i.i)S k 8 48 10.518 t;Red $ $10 Suit; Red Tag Price $13 Suits; Hed Tag L'riee S15 Suits: Heel Tag Price $17 and $18 Suits: Hed Tag Prico $5.50 Men'n Ovomuts; Hvd Tag Prico $10 Men's Overcoats; Hed Tag Prico $12.50 and $13 Men's Overcoats; Hed Tag Price $15 Men's Overcoats; Red Tag Price $20 Men's Overcoat; Hed Tag Price $2.50 Hoys' Suits; Hed Tag Price $3.50 Hoys Suits; Hed Tag Price $5.00 Hoys' Suits; Hed Tag Prico $15.50 Hoys' Suits; Hed Tag Price 8.48 13.45) 1.7S 1 3 4S 0.5)8 2.7!) 3.7!) 4.5)8 Dazey Churn Bitter Saver 6,00 value; of Modern Times - 0 j .79 srt SUGAR-MO- RE Arrow Collars 25c Suspenders, red tag price $1.00 Kid Gloves, red tag price 50c Belts, red tag price 25c Belts, red tag price 25c Hose, red tag price 15c Hose, red tag price 10c Hose, red tag price $1.50 Arrow Shirts, red tag price $1.00 Monarch Shirts, red tag price .50 SUGAR! of Sugar for He each 19c ...89c 39c 19c 19c 12c 8c $1.24 89 25 Pounds $1.00 it Big Bargain ! iffas it lasts we will sell )lyards of the Fam- - Cn Hbosier Cotton, it With every $20.00 worth purchased in all departments during this 10 days sale you can add $1.00 and get 25 pounds of granulated sugar. ..V 10 Pounds of Sugar for 50c 1 Phoenix Shirts, red tag price red tag price - 42 $1.12 .79 39 $1.50 Coat Sweaters, in red, blue, grey and brown $1.00 Coat Sweaters, red tag price .50 Coat Sweaters, red tag price ft With every $10.00 worth purchased in all departments during this sale you can add 50c and get 10 pounds of granulated sugar. When making your purchases don't forget to tell the clerk to have your purchases recorded for the sugar. All Kinds of Field Seeds-Ma- ke more than One Bolt to a Customer Your wants known-W- e'll make prices g. s ANY. - H.rfltrvsHird. Die l ALLIES QUIT DARDANELLES Only One iuiiih BRIEF DISPATCHES Assignee's Sale! Breckinridge County Coti.t. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., v LUSfTANIA CASE L. C. TAUL Insurance Offlci Soldier Wounded In Evacuation. Assignee of S. d. Brown. By virtue of an order of the Breckinridge County Court, entered at the December Term, 1915, the undersigned, as assignee of of S. J. Brown, will, on the 20th day of January, 1916 about the hour of 1 o'clock p. m., on said day, in front of the business place of the said S. J. Brown, in Cloverport, Ky., expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder, the following described the entire stock of goods inproperty cluding fixtures, and all equipment appertaining and belonging to the business of the said S. J. Brown, as heretofore conducted by him on the said premises at Cloverport, Ky. to-w- it: The Stock, &c, will be sold as a whole, on a credit of three (3) months, the purchaser executing bond with approved security. The purchaser may pay cash if he so prefers. TERMS: THE BANK OF HAR0INSBUR6 & TRUST CO., ASSIGNEE Cloverport, Ky., Jan. 6th, 1916. .. r. V fc. $ . jrjs. J ". . 7t o'&r trtuP, Tt.jF'i.S JV v,jF-- & sFjr .njp fiyt Buy Now! GIVB BBLOW a list of articles for Women. Girls and Children which we have cut the price riht down to the lim't. We want to sell them in a hurry, for our new goods will be along soon, and we must make a place on our shelves for them. Don't hes itate a minute, but come right in now. These goods, and the prices at which we are selling them, appeal even to people who do not need them. Manv b:y just because they are such b.irgaiLS, and can at a future time. EVERY WOMAN SHOULD V WE upon 50 White Wash Silk Shirt Waists, 1916 models; worth $1.50; at 10 days' price of Suits Size 34 to 44. Get one early. Six different styles 98c Ladies' Cloak and Coat Coat Suits form-erl- y sold at $12.50, for 10 davs to close at v X X $7.98 Cloak cut one-hal- f. First come, first served. 1 v X g ED. ALEXANDER'S Busy Store, Irvington, Ky. VWWWVVVVWWVVWVVWVVWV STALLIONS, JACKS AND FILLIES FOR SALE Ileau Chief 23S1, by Montgomery Chief .1361, by lionrlian Chief 976. 1st dam by lleau Jlrummei boo. 2nd dam by Happe Cross 52 3rd dam by Von Molthe. A chestnut sorrel stallion. 8 years old, 16':, hands high, weighs 1375 lbs He has proven nimseii a great sire; 111s cons winning wiierever sliown. Lieutenant Dare 6363 and General Dare 6135, by Lincoln Dare 36.19, by Dignity Dare I9S2, by Chester Dare 10 Dam by Denmark Dare 1340, by Chester Dare 0 These are baj stallions three and four years old, 16 hands high, with s high style and action and all the prospects of making horses. A black Jack with white points, 15 'J bands high, weighs 1,000 pounds, seven years old, has splendid bone anil compactly built and all right in every way. Also two registered four year old fillies, two unregestered fillies and five geldings three and four jears old. high-clas- GREEN BROTHERS, FALLS OF ROUGH, KY. STEPIIENSPORT. Mrs. G. w. Payne was In Loulsvilla Monday. B. Church Saturday evening. Rev. M. L Smith, of Alabama, will assist the pastor. H. H. Bennett entertained a few of his friends at his mother's home Frio'clock. A Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodlburg. day evening from 8 to was the guest of Mrs J. Schopp delightful lunch was served and a very 11 the past week, Iluv. T. N. Cornpton, of Owensboro, visited friends hero Thursday. W. J, Schopp was in Louisville last week. Mrs. A. M. Miller returned to Cloverport Saturday, after spending a few days with friends here Miss Ksther I'avne and (!. A. I'ayne were In Louisville Thursday. Mrs. L. D. I'ox left for Hardlnsburg Saturday to be the guest of Mrs Godfrey Haswell. Mrs. Kllzabeth I'autmati returned from Owensboro Tuesday, after spending several weeks with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Martin, of Valley Station, came Sunday to attend the funeral of their father, Mr. Martin. Protracted meeting began at the M. pleasant evening spent. John T. Martin died Saturday morn ing after a lengthy Illness. Mr. Martin was 6" years old, and Is survived by a a wife, two sons and one daughter The funeral was held Sunday morning at the M. K Church, burial being In the Hill cemetery. Georgetown. a "Love Tap." Ky. (Special): Jno years old, son of Johnson, forty-throNewton .IchiiHou of .Muddy Ford, Ik under arrest on a lunacy cliurt;o. For tho Inst week or two ho has Instated on klsBlug repeatedly ulmost overy one whom ho met, It Is Bald. Whllo stripping tobacco at the barn of Joe Bamhlll, having finished kissing all tho strippers, and meeting with many rebuffs, Johnson la said to lmvo struck Barnhlll under the eye. This led to bis arrest. Jutt Russians display greater resistance to tho typhus germ than tho Germans, New Orleans will have In lflG a gross Income of $3,99S,1G3, Assessed GERMANS TRENCHES valuation of real and personal prop erty, $213,237,356. An armored automobile built by a Bulgarians and Teutons Reported to Massachusetts man hau a steel nhell De Hastening Plans For an Attack so curved that It will deflect a rifle on Sslonlca Austrlans are Busy bullet from any angle. The 90,000 waiters and kitchen at Against Rusilano and Montenegrins tendants of tho New York hotels and London, Jan. 10. Tho cnmpnfgn nt restaurants are being licensed. To the Dardanelles has been abandoned. do so they must pass a physical ex. The positions nt the tip of the Galll-po- amlnatlon. peninsula, which were retained According to reports from Shag' when the llrltlsh troops left Seddul way, Alaska, shipments nro being 13ahr and Auzac Cove on Dec. 19, from large deposits of magnenow been evacuated. Not a made have site In that locality as a result of the rellrltlsh or French soldier now mains on the peninsula whero more European war. Fish that can shock other fish with than 100,000 men were killed or wounded since April last In futile at- electric flashes from their eyes have been found along tho New Jersey tempts to force the Turkish lines. The evacuation of the last allied coast, accosting to a Princeton unl position was effected, according to verslty scientist. Apparatus has been Invented for the official announcement, with the converting gasoline Into Illuminating loss of one llrltlsh soldier wounded the French suffering no casualties. gas and storing It for safe use in This appears to have been an even places whero commercial gas supplies more successful exploit than the with- are not available. drawal of the Seddul Hahr and Anzae Vines of a variety Imported from Cove troops, where the losses In- the United States are the only ones In curred were "Insignificant." On the the vineyards of western France earlv occasion the statement said the which this year have escaped the operations were carried out without worst mildew In years. the Turks being aware of the moveIf statistics are to be believed ment, although the allied troops had birth rate In the United States, the in been In the closest contact with the Great Britain and In most other clvl enemy. Uzed lands In being steadily, though In contrast with the statement of lowly, lowered each year. only one man wounded, a statement The manufacture of cement In Calif Issued by the Turkish war olllce and received here, tells of heavy artillery ornia plants, where electrical energy fighting all along the line across the U used, Is estimated to require an power to each peninsula. The Turkish statement average of says the Turkish batteries on the barrel of cement produced. In 1883 eighty-threpounds of aluAsiatic coast shelled the landing places at Seddul-Hali- r and Teke minum were produced In the United Iiurnu and also shelled allied troops States; this year the production It In tho Kere Vezzere valley leading to expected to reach 100,000,000 pounds, the strait from the Krlthla heights, or about half the world'B output. It would seem probable that the The '"trench knife" Is a new weap troops shelled In this valley may have on of warfore, with a blade of about been on their way from tho positions fifteen Inches. Is used for fighting In south of the heights to the shore for the trenches where there Is no room , purpose of embarking. to swing a sword or bayonet. The Turkish statement makes no The United States bureau of fishmention of the withdrawal of the al- eries Is having motion picture fllmn lies from tho peninsula. The date of made of the work It is doing to ' the withdrawal is not given In tho of-the fishing Industry and will flclal announcement Issued here. have them exhibited wherever they Quiet reigned on other war fronts be of Interest. with the exception of the area around To encourage boring for oil, the govHartmauns Wellerkopf, where, acreports, the Ger- ernment of South Australia has ofcording to Ilerlln mans have completed their recon-que- fered a largo cash bonus to the first person or corporation producing of the trenches which fell Into gallons of crude 90 per cent, petrothe hands of the French on Dec. 21. The Germans announce that 1,083 leum from a well. Turkey were Introduced Into Engchasseurs and fifteen machine guns land from America, by way of Cadiz, were captured. Greek correspondents continue to Spain, In the year 1524. To this day assert that the Bulgarians and Ger- the bird Is called "Indian fowl" In all mans are hastening plans for an at- European countries, including that tack on Salonlca. But the Austrlans which goes by the same name. are fighting hard against the Russians The street lighting bills of the city and Montenegrians and the Hulgars of New York for 1915 will be 400,000 are largely occupied In a resolute at- less than for 1914. A goodly portion tempt to reach the Adriatic, from of the saving Is said to have been efwhich they are only forty miles dis- fected by the use of nltrogen-fllletant, at El Hassan, Albania. tungsten lamps In place of the arc lamps. Is Fred M. Breen, age twenty-five- , Stop That Bark now Judge of the Wexford county with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce (Michigan) probate court, in which he ISalsam," the cough medicine that appeared as a state chargo In 1899. does the work. 25c at Wedding's He also has the distinction of being the youngest Judge of probato In the Drug Store United States. A foghorn which has recently been FAVORS TOTAL ABSTAINERS constructed for the United States Mill Says New Compensation Law Is lighthouse service la so large that a man may easily step Inside of It It Cause of New Rule. Hazelton, Pa., Jan. 10. Notices Is said to resemblo half of a submarine twenty were posted at the Duplan silk mill, boat, and may be heard for employing 1,200 workers, that here- five or thirty miles at sea. The total value of tires used In 1915 after preference will bo given to total abstainers In the hiring of help, In the United States, Including solid and that Instant dismissal will follow tires for trucks, tires for busses and the use of intoxicants before or dur- taxlcabs, amounts to $280,000,000 In round numbers. To this sum should ing working hours. The notice states that the newly be added about 200,000 motorcycle "effective workmen's compensation tires, worth from $5 to $10 each. Cyprus was an extremely popular law places upon your employers a great deal of responsibility for your reeort for Britishers for a year or so health and welfare," and that "It la after the announcement In 1878 that the desire of the company that safety It had become a British protectorate, first bo tho motto of our workmen." but as the coast could not provide harbors to compete with those of Malta, the vogue of the island recedNotice Readers and Writers as quickly as It had sprung np. To be certain that any happening of ed Forty per cent, of the high explo Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be Gergiven account In the Breckenridge sive makers and shell packers In many are women, while 50 per cent. News, kindly write and mall to us at of the makojs of tents, haversack once, Get every item you can to us by and similar equipment also bolonc Saturday. to the same sex, and In the manufacJOHN D. 11ADUAOE. ture of tinned meats and preserves. 75 por cent of those employed are SUPP0RTINGPEACE LEAGUE females. As there are at least 2,500,000 Ita Taft Announces Business Interests lians resident In the United Statos, Approve of Movement. some American manufacturing firms New Haven, Conn., Jan. 10. aro planning to cater more largely to Taft In a formal statement tho household and personal wants o'C given to the News, appears for pub- this population. Extcnslvo Importc lication, makes tho point that the reaching in valuo many million dolrepresentatives of business Interests lar) annually aro made for them, most of tho country ore giving their sup- of which might bo produced In the port to the prospoct of a leaguo to United States. enforco peace which ho Is president. There Is much question In Iowa as Mr. Taft also commends tho Idea to who owned the dried beds of lakes of a leaguo of American republics which the state recently sold at aucwhich was put forth at the tion. The upshot of It is that the Congress, as one which tato will turn the money over to the world-wldlooks toward tho creation of a county, but require tho latter corporleaguo of nations, such as Is ation to give bond for tho redellver-anc-o contemplated by the Taft league. of the money In case the title proves to have been vested in th Read Your Home Paper federal government. RE-TAll ! one-hors- e e I 1 st 100,-000 d o Pennsylvania railroads In the last fiscal year killed 1,162 persons, main. ly trespassers. Upward of 300 children nro being killed each year In tho Btreots of New York and about 7,f00 others Injured It has been determined that tho ABOUT SETTLED Belief Germany Has Met U. S. Demands. STILL SEEK Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Llehtnine Tor- - I FACTS PERSIA nuuvuiiu rr uiudLUI 111, fl Life, Accident, Health I liKiimncp J Washington Still Lacks Evidence to Prove Persia Was Attacked by a Submarine Expect Settlement of Case In Near Future. Old Reliable Companies which follows: Washington, Jnn. 10. In high adHenrj Trent J. W. Trent P. t. Datli $ ministration circles the belief Is ex 1S 9 . pressed that n complete settlement of the Lusltanla case would be reported Immediately. This settlement Is ex pected to embrace an acceptance of 1 disavowal of the disaster and a pay ment of a money Indemnity to the United States for losses sustained by Livery, Feed and the sinking of tho boat. Although still at odds on the form Sale Stable of disavowal, Btato department offi cials Indicate that this will be set : Ky tled satisfactorily within a few days. The state department Is still lack ing evidence necessary to prove that the British liner Persia was attacked by a submarine and Is now awaiting the outcome of tho Inquiries which Dr, R. P. Kunnecke the German and Austrian governments are taking of their submarine Veterinary Surgeon commanders in tho Mediterranean. Investigations show that Unless these Office Trent & Walls' LirttfSlibls a German or Austrian submarine lb responsible, the American governPrepared lo Treat all AnimaDiseases ment, It Is admitted In administration circles, will bo compelled to glvo up Special Atfenlion Given lo any further attempt In this case. On Calls at all Hours the other hand, It is predicted, If either Germany or Austria accept reDR. R. P, KUNNECKE, V. M. D. sponsibility for the attack the United States will promptly demand satisHardinsburg, Ky. faction. This demand will go beyond com a disavowal, punishment of the The noto mander and reparation. will take the form of a demand for new and broader expression from M, E. CHURCH, South all the central powers, Including Turwillingkey, and Bulgaria as to their ness to respect International law. SUNDAY SCHOOL, Only the merest technicalities, ofll- clals bolleve, stand In the way of tho HARDINSBURG. KY. final adjustment of the William P. Fryo case, Germany's latest note on Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. this dispute Is regarded at the state All visitors atid strangers are cordidepartment as thoroughly satisfac ally invited to attend. tory. With the submarine controversy M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, well on tho wny to an amicable adjustment, as American officials see it, Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary the state department may now proceed to take up aggressively tho contentions, which tho United States holds against Great Britain In regard to unwarranted Interference with American trade. Great Britain already has before HIGHEST PRICES PAID her the American note of Oct. 21, 1915, protesting against the British Remittance Mailed on Dajr Shipment ! Recelred orders In council and the protest Just sent against Interference with AmerNo Commission to Pay ican malls to and from Germany, Write for Price Utt and That the United States means to Shipping Tact follow Its protests to the allies vigor ously was indicated In the concluding M. Sabel & Sons paragraph of the note of Oct. 21, lacoiponttj nardinsburg Livery t f t nardinsburg, a "This championing the Integrity of neutral rights, which have received the sanction of the civilized world aganat the lawless conduct of belligerents, arising out of the bitterness of the great conflict which is now wasting the countries of Europe, the United States unhesitatingly assumes and to the accomplishment of that will devote Its energies." West Point Factories Reopen. West Point, Ky. (Special): The West Point Brick and Lumber com pany, closeil down for several months, opened with a full force, giving employment to a large number of West Point people. The Kosmos Cement company has put on half force, after a shutdown several weeks ago. Barn and Contents Burned. Georgetown, Ky. (Special): A to bacco barn and contents consisting of EittUiiitJ LOUISVILLE, KY. 1SSS All About the - Legislature The State Journal Of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week, OdIv Daily Paper at the State Capital. From Now Until April 1, 1916 For 50 Cents four acres o'f tobacco, belonging to W. D. Johnson, located about seven miles from town on the Newton and Leesburg pike, was destroyed by fire of origin unknown. Four Children Burned to Death. Martinsville, W.Va. (Special): Four children of John Morgan, rang ing In ago from four to fifteen years, were burned to death In their home here. Morgan saved ono daughter and was so badly burned physicians fear he may not recover. New Less Than 5 Cents a Week No other paper will have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present tesslon. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are doing. Send all Subscriptions Three Killed In Pistol Battle. Lexington, Ky. (Special): Three men wore killed In a terrific pistol battlo between citizens and robbers In the mountains of Harlan county. Two of the dead are Wesley Blair and Harlan Blair, tho former a wealthy resident. L1916 The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. JANUARY 1916 'EDiTKUTFRiTSAT SUHlM Wj. I! E The Gist of It. "Last December I had a very severe cold and was nearly down sick In bed, I bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Couch Remedy and it was onlv a verv few days until 1 was completely restored to health," writes O. J. Met- calf, Weatherby, Mo. If you would 2T5I415 6 7J81 9 16171819202122 know the value of this rnmedy, ask any one who has used It. Obtainable everywhere. STEPS TO PROBE STATE EXPENSES Printing Pills Investigated and Illiteracy Work Expenses Stopped meeting of the sportsmen of Kentucky to be held In Frankfort Wednesday for the purpose of discussing new legislation for the benefit of the rstise. Many hunters and fishermen frnru all parts of the state are expected to attend the meeting. WOMEN SHRINK FROM MODESTY I I FRANK BUCHANAN Chicago Congressman Who Gave Ball In German Spy Plot Case. J Colonel .Tim Frank Taylor, of Glasgow, has declared that he will be a Than Make Condition Known. candidate for Congress from the Third District, via the Republican nominaThe subject of complaints peculiar to tion. a a wi men is a delicate one, yet it is a Alvln Sieger, who was defeated for plain duty to li t these sufferers know Clerk of the Court of Appeals by Rod- that most of the derangements from man W. Keenon, has been appointed which they suffer are due primarily to FAVORABLE COMMENT assistant to Nat H. Scwoll, State nervous debility. This came to lOT and Kxatnlner. Many a s tiering woman, InfluoMOd Owenton man after RewaH had a the by shrinking modesty, INM borne this On the Many Steps for Economy De- conlercnce with Coventor Stanley, lie condition without complaint Law succeeds Lawrence White, now Assis- kikvous manded by Stanley Ant-Pisrather than make a ersonal appeal tant Slate Tic:. surer. Certain of Adoption "Extra Help" When women say, "I am all run down, Provided by Regular Errployei. .lan.es 1. Lewis. Secretary of State, so nervous anu weak," that means tne ani the only Republican elected, has an victims of tile nt ultt u malady. Frankfort. Ky.. January l'i The to retain ''harlcs .1. Howes, Such women, anil they are a legion opening of the second week of the Democrat, as assistant Secretary of in every community, suff;r from hand1 dcn-era- l Kentucky 3f i session or i hSi. lie, H Stanley will pro id c a place aches, b. ckaches, lies of appetite nun Assembly was begun today by lor William TMngus, of Preetonburg, steeple-sness- . Their spirits are always tlio iinmiii;; of Iho various cnmmlt-tooRepublican, whom Lcwla had first an- by Lieut. Oov. Mlack, who pre nniiiu 'I as his assistant Secretary (,f ill pressed and their lives are not the sides over the Senate, and Speaker gtate Trouble started ore this early UblOMlrj happy ones of their MOfl H. C. DulTy, who occuiics t lie chair last week because Stanley had refused fortunate sisters. Often, too. there ate or even In the House nl Representatives to permit DlngUS to lake the position spells ni uausea, weakness, The comment on Covernor Stan- owing to th fait that he would be fainting, that mase then) feel Ins. atl PfMH VSS M'iutlllM Photo hv Amrfr.-iley's edict for economy is said to bo custodian of the records. The (lover-no- r and to wonder when tbev will he emgenerally favorable, although the O. has the matter under consideration barrassed, or even It) danger, because Vi sh i n st on (Special) Mr Bat h:. nan O. 1'. papers profess a disbelief in the but has not signified just what he of was Indicted on charges of Joining the their condition, vows, and they point to the plan of will do It is understood that Stanley to bring labor l'or soon suffering women, Tanlac, German con s pi r a c Bending out copies of his message to will make no compromise, considering the tonic, tissue bulkier, appetizer anil strikes and prevent tho shipment of the Legislature as tho first breach of Howes as safe in the position In the munitions to the allies. He denies the promise for economy, although meantime, the numerous duties of the jnvigorant, is i.ltal. Panlae builds up the charge. expenditure will not en- Assistant Secretary of State are being the LJ";tem, promotes digestion ai.d this entire tail an expense of more than a hun- looked after by Miss Minnie Mahler, propore assimilation of food, vitalizes dred dollars. secretary of the Governor. tne blood and Diings hack healthy colot Iast week marked the organization Should Itarksdale llamlett, who Is to the cheeks and real sparkle to the SPLIT VERDI3T IN "Of the House and Senate of what contesting the election of Lewis, win eyes. p would clear the matter, as Ham- promises to be the most husiness-liaout Tanlac may now te obtained in session ever held by a Kentucky Leg- - lett has already stated that he would lovirport at Wedding's Drug Stole, NEW HAVEN ROAD CASE lslature. retain Howes. where its metitsare lull) explained. . The administration is absolutely In control and Stanley's A majority of the Kentucky that he would do away with grP8s,nal Delegation will call upon FRYWIRE Six Men Not Guilty; Jury Dithe "Invisible government" seems to President Wilson this week to urge out. be already carried Judge .1. M. Benton, of Winchester, as Never berfore has such harmony a member of the United States vided on Five. Stanford Hrashear spent a few clays In the Democratic ranks of prenie Court, last week with Roy Bissett at Union " State. The forthe mer enormous expenditures for "ex- Without any authority whatsoever, Siar. New York, Jan. 10. The federal M. tra help" has been entirely done in the opinion of Attorney-Genera- l Clyne Robertson and sister, Miss Jury which, for nearly three months will m. Logan and Special Assistant John Blanch Robertson visited Mr. and Mrs. MB with, and the constitution heard the evidence for and against strictly adhered to in every re- - C. Duffy, member of the last General M. J. Robertson Thursday. the eleven former directors of the ssflect, thus saving the State about Assembly ami resident of Hopkins Mr. and Mrs H. L. Bruner enter- New York, New Haven and Hartford 200 per day which has been spent vllle, the Kentucky Illiteracy Commls-brailroad, who were charged by the every previous Legislature In the glon, of which Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew- - tained the young people of this place government with conspiray to monKiiday evening in honor of their daugh-t- memory of present politicians. artfl of Morehead, is the head and opolize New England's transportation r who was home from Hopkinsville, Scores of stenographers, assistant guiding genius, has drawn from the facllitle, rendered a split verdict, aftCloakroom keepers, pages and others state treasurer since July, 1914, the where she has been attending school hours' deliberation. er fifty-onWho came to Frankfort last week ex- gum of $1,485.82. A delicious salad course was served, Six of the defendants were acpectlng to be placed on the State's A communication was addressed to by all. quitted. a general good time eDjoved The Jury could not agree payroll have gone back home. Auditor Robt. L. Greene, in which his Miss Florence Biddle will leave soon upon a verdict in the cases of the provided for attention was called to the fact that The extra help will be five. Judge William H Hunt by the regular employes of the cap- - while the last Legislature provided for to spend the winter with her brother in other accepted the findings that way and itol "helping out." the Commission, It did not carry with Indiana. discharged the Jurors. "Provide a way for raising funds it any appropriation for the malnte- Homer Barr is visiting relatives in The six who were acquitted were: on any bills you introduce wan a nance or the work and advised mm Louisville. Barney of Farmlngton. D. Newton message of Governor Stan- - not to honor any more warrants on part of the Conn.; Robert W. Taft of Providence, ley, and this has caused a general the state's treasurer unless the present in his own R. Li James S. Hemingway of New A healthy man is a kin revision of some plans various rep- - Legislature provided the funds, right; an unhealthy man an unhappy Haven, Conn.; Judge A. Heaton RobMention was made of the worthy resentatives had "up their sleeveB." of New Haven, Conn., FredTuesday will be first bill day, and work carried on by the Commission, slave. For impure blood and sluggish ertson F. Brewster of New Haven, among the most Important legislation but since it is Illegal to draw any funds liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On erick and Henry K. McHarg of Conn., 1. 00 a bottle. to be looked after during this ses- - for expenses, this part of It will be the market 35 years. Stamford. Conn. .sion will be that looking toward the carried Into effect, The five on whose cases the Jury jjrlllon of the Kentucky tax system. jHIO could not agree are: William Rockelaw seems certain of TTh anti-pasSpecial Assistant Attorney-Genera- l feller, Charles F. Hrooker of Ansonia. passage at an early date. Representa- John C. Duffy Is also at work in an When River Boat Conn.; Charles M. Pratt of Brooklyn; Meyers, of Covington, who dur- effort to recover penalties on back Number Drowned tive Lewis Cass Ledyard. and F.lward D. Goes Down. ing the last Legislature openly ad- taxes and believes that his efforts In Parkersburg, W. Va. (Special) : The Robbina. mitted that he rode on railroad passes, this direction will add $5,000 annually All of the defendants except Wilpacketboat Kanawha, owned by the declared this week to Governor Stan to the State Treasury. company of this city, liam Rockefeller and Henry K. Mcley that he will support the measure. Governor Stanley's selection of Mr. Kanawha Packet tunk about ten miles below here. The Harg were in court when the verdict He now believes that county officials Duffy as Assistant Attorney-Genera- l Judge Hunt formalpay their rail- meets with general approval. Me halls boat, which struck a pier and sank was announced. and the like should acwithin a few minutes, left Pittsburg ly ordered the discharge of the road fares the same as any one else. from Hopkinsvllle. Christian County, It Is said to be tho and a quitted a crew of thirty-fivIt is said that the railroads, while from which he has served as a mem-no- t carrying government to move objecting to certain restrictions, Der 0f the last Legislature and has passenger list of thirty. It Is not Intention ol' the cases for trial as soon other are much opposed to a law patterned H)s(, held the position of County Attor-afte- known how many persons have been the possible.live the Interstate bill. Newspaper ney anH, several other offices. At one Irowned, although report gives the as men who have enjoyed the privilege time he announced for Congress from number as thirty. Among those rescued was R. N. DISTURBANCE DUE TO PLOT of using railroad passes may object tne Second District, but later wlth-tleaver of Racine, O., who. with his them being Included In the bill. drew. It Is believed that he will wife and three other women, were Navy Department Receives Details of what provision can be made In pOBe nave Kincheloe, present respect has not been suggested Bressman from the Second District, for Iragged from the water and taken to Uprising In Hayti. as yet. Many of them favor the i neighboring farmhouse. in 1917. Washington, Jan. 10. Details of According to Heaver a lifeboat with broader bill desired by the railroad An PrtaM, was taken to the disturbance at Point companies. to hold the State About fifteen persons navy departIt has been decided It is Hayti, received at the Republican Convention about March the other side of the river. Admital Capeiton. impressions have been 1st, and it Is said to be certain that thought that many persons have been ment from Rear that the uprising Marked fact upon the public by the expres Edwin IV Morrow will be named as lost, as about ten passengers were discloses the a well organized plot to made was part of ions of Governor Stanley favoring deleRate.aMarge from Kentucky by ac seen standing on the roof when the Arteguevnu, water, the water assassinate President D the passage of a corrupt practice act claniation. A number of prominent boat sank in the si a depth of who owes his election to the pit measure. and Republicans gathered this week and covering the top deck to dency in a large measure to the About three feet. discussed the matter. arnitd backing of the AmeiicMi force o There has been quite a stir during a sent to Hayti to restore order after past week over the matter of the The choice berth in points of comM assassination last fall of ill B forBreaks a Cold. state printing. Democratic members mittee appointments at the disposal mer president of the republic have Introduced resolutions calling of Speaker H. C. Duffy went to S. M. The demand for " Wedding's Coid According to VdmlrtJ Ciporton the for an investigation to find ways and O'Brien, of Louisville, ranking Tablets'' lias been mads uo their plot called for a gem nil uprising In as means of reducing the cost of the member of the House Committee on merits as a cold and grip cmcoy. MC the whole MM thorn half of Hie island. printing bills, which It Is claimed by Ku,es at Wedding's Drug Store. one member can be uone ior a nun It Is said that the distinction con No. 40 for the Blood died thousand dollars a year less. ferred upon Representative O'Brien, Senator 11. M. Hrock, the Repub- of the Falls City, is well deserved. He WOMAN FAINTS AT VERDICT Kxpels scrofulous humor In in the lican leader in the upper branch, has Is serving his second term as a rep nion, nw introduced a resolution calling for an resentative from the Sixth District. For the Murder of blood, which causes Vas Convicted Investigation of the printing bills larta, t heuuia'f til, soles. uIcms pwn When the matter of public lnstitu Robert Crouch. Tills has tions comes before the (lenral As Since the last Legislature G?t it at Wn'' le.' Ding Danville, Ky t Special I: The jury pies, e'c. set the tongues of gossip all over the sembl it is believed that the West which tried Mrs. Ilattie lienson for Mill r on a gu u ititt e to anlft state to wagging. The state printing ern Kentucky State Normal School he killing ol Hubert Crouch at her contract is now held by (iraham Vree wil) 0l w,,i provided for, and 8eV" last August sentenced her loan land and James Newman, owners of eraj niembers are already expressing lome Ind'ana Po: toasters. from of sentence at Frankfort, who themselves as favoring a further de- ndelei ininate years in the peniten the State Journal Special t: President Washington to lour declare they have received no more velopinent of that institution which three Wt'son sent tiie folic wing nominations Gary. than a fair prolit on their work has been so ably managed by PresiThe jury was out one hour. When for Indiana postmasieis to the sen K. Mincar; Kng dent Henry Hardin Cherry at Bowling he w idic was r ad Mis. lienson col ate: Claypool, OttO .Miincic. "rank D. The election of W J, Qoocfc, ol Green lapsed and wept bitterly. She was re lis'.. OH Franklin, as Secretary of the Ken Km-moved to the jail and liei attorneys Ill lmnnort Anareon. John lucky State Fair seems to have given grp liter Much has been said throughout I'lwood. Herbert P. will be ap- - IB) the case eminent satisfaction all over the V .,, uith reference til the bill announced that ntOnllCOlMJi .lames I' Simon,: Koval state. He succeeds James L Dent, urouosed for a health oltlcer in each lieul'''' alpat also, T. Kistler; Mrs lienson is about iut years oi Cenier. Joseph CjoocIi was formal county to devote his entire time to of l.eltchfleld. age, and is u duiuhter of John Can- John T Scott Speaker of the House, and also hud the work at an annual salary based ter of Hartodsburg. She fainted as charge of the speakers in the Stanley on ten cents per capita. $1,003,000 In Stamps Stolen. was being carried to tail. A phycampaign for the nomination Until This hill has the united support of she Paul, Minn. (Speciali: I'.evenue was Henry Hardin Cher the medlcai profession, and it is claim- sician was summoned and she (."withdrawal of She fainted a second time stiimps totaling 1,MMM in value, revived. ry. of Bowling Green, in the Gover- ed will have a good chance lor passtM in ' ash ami a package of totes condition. nor's race for nomination, be was age, although there Is strong opposi and is In a serious She testified on the stand that and drafts, valued at $2,000, were manager of Cherry's campaign. against it tion her, Impugned her stolen from the office of the collector During the last session the bill puss- Crouch had abused of of Internal revenue, old postothce been Issued by Executire ,(1 ,, House and was barely defeated obaractur and that she was afraid A call has building, here. Yeggs are responsible him and shut him in s. If defense. Ward, of the Stats Agent J. Qulncy tUu suiaio for the robbery. The vault door was tor a Game aud Fish Commission, blown from its hinges. s s i i e Bear Grievous Ailments Rather Our Offer fa ' BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR y i FREE With Biu Bargain Clubbing Offer: GREATEST 8UBSCRIP K OFFER EVER MADE I the Following $i r, The Eveninq Post. Daily 1 1 yr. yr. yr. yr. Woman's World j fl i 3j Home Life Home and Farm 1 1 i People's Popular Monthly The Breckenridge News ' 1 yr. ?3j yr. 1 H sjf i 9 NH !',l M.'TIFLM. "Popular Girl" Calendar $j FREE! ALL THE ABOVE FOR ONLY NEWS "Corn-Cracker- - Send Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. 7m. 7m W JV 7m, 7W 7 S3 50 .7 . jfl . .m. .- .7 ...... TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly Use this blank in renewing yourj subscription. Please examine the label on yiir paper.If your"suhsciiition It due, the Editor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER THK HKKCKENKIDGK NEWS, Clovkki-okt- , Ky. Enclosed find , which apply to my sub- ' s packet boat sunk scription account. Namk Akdrkss - e MARKET QUOTATIONS 10. Commercial Supplies $4..'0 4 r op-Ju- i Con-thi- s cows. t4.t5OC.ft0; 10.75; bulls. M.S991SS. Hesf heavies, Hogs 7.0511 T.lfti bulk of MUM 9T.S5; Catth Indianapolis. Jan. Steers. $.".'! 9: heifers, calves. 7.MT.Mi light, N . For the Business Man at This Office. Standard scries duplicate order bonks with carbon paper Jo UtOVM its. Sheep common 4C MB. Good to choice, to medium, 'i i-- S.t8 0 6; lambs. Price 25c Receipt books, large Rise, IO0 leaves price 15c; small sue 10c: 50 lc.ucs anti-lobb- Chicago. Jan. 10, lingo On Iff H. 7007.06; light. it,M 0 110; mixed. 10.050 7 16; heavy. ag.gri07.15; ronrk, tO.70Qi.iti pigs, steers t5.50i.tO Cottle Native heel $n :t."g M. 3009. 50; western steers. S.ln: cows and tetter, lt.10Oi.4i; calves. 170 10.75. sheep Weak. Price 5c l'romisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- XotSS, V 25 Cents COVOTOd Cincinnati, Jan. Hogs-Low- 10. Deed Covers i eniio pucUeis and ers, M.1097,15 i common to choice, pigs and lights, I6O4-00- : Calves, slow. BheoO Steady St. Louis. Jan 10. 407.Ni lions Pigs and lights. mixed ftMl butchers, tj ;,., 7.10; good Cattle Steady. heavv, I7.05O7-1Sheep Steady. er; butch- ln Send yottl deeds lo us in bl COVerS with staples Inr 5 Cents Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, two for 5 10 Cents HutTalo. Jan. 10. Pension Certificates, three tor . - I Steady. Veals Active. Mif and mixed. $7.3. Hogs He 11.7ft, 07.40; Yorkers. $7.H! 7. In; pigs. $7; roughs. 10.4000.00; stags. MJCO Sheep anil lambs, active. fl.'.h Toledo. Jan. 10 'Oin. 76c: oats. Wheat $l.;st.j, Cattle Cents Paper, lin sheets of Typewriter en, leg il sie, price 5 Cents State 46 VjC. Printed Stationery including mcnts and Sate Books. Kugraved cards, plate, script, price i V wilh new plate I Poisons Mined in the DoiU OanOOS rhuma-ihtOgscroiui.i, malaii', I'urstip.ition, Number M For The blood poison. Riooil txpels puisnes finm I lit- hmlv and cans blood gitif'S la im worst form. Sold by Wedding. Dmg Store. ! - $1.25 Printing um for new cards from old plan- I $ .00 1 Mali orders filled piotnptlx. bLhmidt Loirs In Fight For Life. Albany, N. Y. (Siieclal) TW court oi appeaN denied Hans Schmidt's application for a re argument of his ap Schmidt is the former New pool Tora pi. est convicted of Anna Vu Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. To-da- y. Subscribe Today mneller s murder. Ills esecutlon sing Is set for next week. m Subscribe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1910 Entered at tlio I'oUOffllce atOlovcrport, Kj as second clui matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE The largest receipts of hogs since 10i4, were loaded Into the pens at the Bourbon Stock Yards Mon GENERAL OFFICES day, when.the day's run reached 7,318 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO head. This heavy supply caused a BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES break of 25 to 50 cents on the market, The bulk of the day's run changed 35 RATEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMLNTS hands at $0 85 Arthur Beard says he Rockport, are the guests of her parents, got in with a load In time to catch the $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices slump. Mr. and Mrs. John Weisenberg. $ 5.00 For County Offices Tcp Cattle were a good price. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brabandt nre For State and District Offices f lfi.00 housekeeping in the Nuwsom residence steers bring 48. Other kinds from $7 10 For Calls, per line to $7.85. on the Last Side. 10 in Second street For Cards, tier line. To give some idea of the number of C. C. Moorman, of St. John, returiud For All Publications in the interhoes ou the markets Monday, there home Monday, after being the guest of est o( individuals or expression were 88,000 head at Chicago; 20,300 at Si 10 his daughter, Miss Pauline Moorman of individual views oer line St. Louis; Buflalo, 24,000; Pittsburg. Ijji Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hendry and chil- 20,000 dren, of Fordsville, are spending Mr. Train Schedule on Hendry's vacation at Raymond 'siting HARDINSBURG. L. R'y. relatives. H. & St, The being received Congratulations are by Mr. and .Mrs. Lloyd Wright, of De- Live for something, have a purpose, view; keep Elfectivc September 19, 1915. catur, III., ou the birth of a son, De- And the purposehclpltssinvessel Drifting like a cember III HOUND life be true; Thou can'.st ne'er to KAST n:l. A. M. Clovcriort No. 112 will Chuich conference will be held at the Half the wrecks that strew life's ocean, 10:1(1 A. Mi Arriving IrvliiEton If some star had been their guide, 12:10 I". M. M. 12. church, South, at 7 p. m. Wed Arrlvliu I,'ulsvlllu Might have long been riding safely I'. M. No. Ill will loavo Cluvi'rport Be sure and attend with Hut they drifted with the tide. :: P. M. nesday niglit. Arriving Irilnslon 7:10 P. M. your reports. Airlvln? I.nulsvllli Kouert Drowning 5:07 A. M. No. H(l will IptivrClovi-ruor5:51 A. M Arriving IrvliiKlon Pastor Paul Powell has a case of sore WT.ST IIOIJNI) feet along with a bad cold. He was 10 5.1 A. M No. Ill will leiive Clorerport Miss Martine Monarch has returned to 12:01 l M initiated in the third degree of the K. Arriving 14:5S I'. M Arriving Henderson her home near Kirk, after being the I S3 P. M I'.'s Monday night. Arriving Kviinsvllln guest of er aunt, Mrs t. J. Hook. MO P. SI. Arriving ft Louis Mrs. Chas. B. Skillmanand daughter, 7:09 P. M No. 143 Miss Lilyan Heard is in Louisville. Sklllman, of 7:.WI,. M Miss Elizabeth Young Huwrsvllli-ArrivinArriving H:H P. M, Owtnslwro of Mr. and Mrs C L. Beard has returned from a Morganfield, are guests II 51 P. M November, Miss Evelyn Taul and brother, Rov, of Tell City, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. W. H. Greenwell. Mrs. Albert McKaughan and chil dreii spent last week in Stephensport the guests of relatives. Mrs. Thos. Bland and Mrs., Addle Brown were at McQuady to spend the week end with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wru. Davis and chil dren, of McQuady, spent Sunday at Sample visiting relatives. Mrs. Dixon Kitchen returned to Monday after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Wood. Mrs. Jerry Noble and little son, of HOG MARKH BREAKS the Coun Largest on With Big Run all Over try. Receipts Breckinridge Loose Leaf To bacco Warehouse Co. Sold 165,000 lbs. Saturday, Jan. 8th The quality generally was poor. Some of ifwet and even hot on the baskets, Best basket of Red was sold by Zema Frank for $14.10. Best Burley was raised by Q. L. Lucas and brought $13.00. The market as a whole was not up to our former sale, neither in quality or price. Other competative points are lower and of course we had to make concessions too. We did our best, and will continue our best efforts for the tobacco growers. We trust you will not expect us to obtain better prices for the same quality of tobacco here that it is bringing in Owensboro and Henderson. We beg you to believe we will use every honest effort for your interest. Record. 8 L, . 4:.-.- 2 t S Our Next Sale will be No. H." will Iciivp Clovrrport ArrlvlngOwenslioro Arriving Henderson Arriving Eviinsvllli) Arriving St. Louis I2:5S A. M. 2:15 A. M. 7:40 A. M, 7:40 A. 9:00 A.M. M, l:ISA. M, No. 11" will Ion vn Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Local News and Personal Paragraphs About People at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. Israel Holder spent Tuesday in Lou- isville. Miss Lucy Monday. Hall visited at Addison V. U. will be led Sunday The B. night bv group No. 3. Mrs. Wave.S.irams, of Tell City, was the guest of relatives here Mrs. Carl Henton, of Louisville, vis- ited relatives here last week. Frank Ferry and ton. Miller Ferry, left Sunday for Detroit, Mien. Miss Hessye Arnold spent Monday in Irvington the guest of relatives. Miss Gertrude Gregory has a position as assistaut clerk in the postoffice. Miss Beatrice McCracken will leave Sunday lor her home in Cincinnati. The Ladies' Kctditik; Club will mtei Thursday with Mrs. Wick Moorman. Miss Mary Owen Oelze will be hos- tess to the Jolly Girls Club Satuiday. Dan Burk has been made postmaster, railroa and express agent at Addison. Floyd Cuter spent the week end al Basin Springs, the guest of Miss Mary Nevitt. Miss Malfu Hlack and Miss Suie Black, ol Addison, spent Friday at I g. The Wedne.sdiy Club will be enter tained this ulttrnoon by Mrs. J. I'roc-to- r Keith. Mrs. Walter Shetni.iti, of Toledo, O., has beer, the guest of Mrs. W. II Bowmer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams arrivtd home Friday night from Grand Rapids, Mlchigau. Thus. J. Ferry went to Louisville last week for a visit to his niuther, Mrs. Nannie Ferry.J Charlie Cluycomh and James Kurtz, of Webster, llive gone to Florida to spend the winter. Dr. IS. C. McDonald and Mis. McDonald moved Into the Methodist par- sonage Thuisday. Mr. Faith, of Louisville, is the guest of her daughter, .Mrs. W. A. Cockerell and Mr.' Cockerell, Dr. W. A. Hardlnsburg, Walker Kentucky. DENTIST visit to Louisville. Mrs A B. Skillraan. Attorney Claud Mercer is at home Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer left Monday afternoon for Louisville, leav from a business trip to Louisville ing there this week to spend the winter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin, of Cabool, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mo , are the guests of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Mary Payne and Miss Lena and Mrs. John Alexander Payne, of Stephensport, entirtained Mrs. Jesse R. Kskridge had as her Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Albert Mc guests last Friday afternoon the memKaughan and Mrs. G. W. Payne. bers of the San Souci, with some invited Crenshaw and Emmett Cren guests. Refreshments were served. Thomas shaw, of Kirk, visited their brother, J C. E Haswell was confined to his W. Crenshaw, last week. Mr. Cren home sick last week. shaw entertained for them Wednesday Miss Mary Franklin Beard left Sunday night. for St. Petersburg, Florida, to spend the All persons knowing themselves in winter Miss Heard goes with hope of debted to me for City or School Taxes benefitting her health will please settle same by January a0, Mr and Mrs. Cal Hendrick, Sr , en if they wish to save cost on same. L. tertained for dinner Sunday at their V. Chapin, Collector. home on the pike the following guests: Mrs. Jonas Lyons, of Irvington, spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Phillipps, of Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Washington, D C, Mr and Mrs. Fred Thos. Davis, ot Basin Springs. Mrs. Jolly and Mrs. Frank Jolly. Lyons says she spent a pleasant day Mr, John Marshall, has bought Mr. K. and bad a fine dinner. Mc, Davis' stock of goods and will take Franklin Wilson, son of G S. Wilson, possession about the first of February. came in last week from Oklahoma to Miss Florence Akers has returned When he from a visit to friends in Irvington. visit relatives at McQuady. left nine years ago he weighed about Miss Jessie L. Hudson has returned 5O pounds, now he weighs I5". from Missouri, where she spent the holidays witli her mother. Chadwick McCracken W J. Hoben, of Glen Dean, was in . Reported to be Dying. town Saturday. Miss Cynthia Rludes, of Leitchfield, and Miss Nancy Carroll, of Nolin, will A telegram has just been received to be the guests of Mrs. here as The Breckenridge News goes arrive this week Mattie Teaff. McCracken to press that Chadwick Mr. John IJ. Wilson, of McDaniels, was operated on yesterday morning lost his house by fire last Friday night and Is thought to be dying. He had $600 insurance. Mr. Greenwell, of Meade county, spent Mr. Beavin Makes with his daughter, Sister the week-enGood in the West. Cleophins, at St Komauld's school. Mrs. Robert Kennedy has returned to Mr. and Mrs. F. A Beavin, of Kail, her home in McQuady, after a visit to were in the county seat town on last Indianapolis. Friday. The Beavins are pioneers In Police Judge Charlie .Mattingly ami They have made good in Postmaster John O'Reilly are confined this county this country, ar.d this year sold more to their homes with the grippe. than $1,000 Oil worth of farm oroduets. It is reported that Mr C. L. Beard has They are progressive and substantial purchased a home in Kiuabethtown and citt.er.s and at all times can be relied will move his family there some time in upon to assist hi anything for the adthe future. vancement and tetterment of our Mrs G D. Shclluian will entertain county. Mr. and Mrs. llsavin are naCommercial Hotel Friof Kentucky and each have the Club at the tives day afternoon, strong personality, wnich is characterDeputy Circuit Clerk Ivd Dillon is istic of the Kentuckian. Roger Mills able to be at the office again after n Sentinel. spell of typhoid f ver. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. llasham and chilft dren have been in Irvington visiting. BEAUTIFUL DINNER. Mr. Paul Wilson, of Irvington, was in town, the guest of friends for the weekAirs. Emma Given Friday by end. Sklllman, of this City CovMr and Mrs Joel II Pile are enjoy-iu- g For Eight. ers Set their stay in Atlanta very much. Mr and Mrs. Paul Comptou and chilMrs Kmma Skillmau gave an dren spent Sunday in Garfield with Mr. dinner party at her home Friday Those and Mrs I. II. Richardson. present were: Mr. and Mrs A. It. Arthur Heard went to Louisville Sim-da- y Sklllman, Mrs. Frank Mattingly. Mrs. morning. Leon McOavoek, Mrs. J. It. Randall, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Howell were Mrs Frank FraUe, Mrs. Fontaine, of the guests of relatives in Garfield SunLouisville, and Mrs. Chas Skillmaii, of day. Morganfield. d FRIDAY. JAN. 14th. 1916 We invite all tobacco growers to come to our sales. It is our pleasure to greet you and we wish you to feel that our inter- a? ests and your interests are identically the same. Sale to begin Promptly at 12 o'clock, Friday, Jan. 14. Gratefully Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Hardinsburg, Kentucky Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE Bribery Charge Dismissed. Ky. (Special): The prosecution pending in the circuit sourt against Jos. S. Stirman, formerly city prosecutor, charging him with accepting a bribo while in that office was filed away, when the new commonwealth's attorney, C. E. Smith, dismissed a number of suits. Stirman had pleaded not guilty to the indictment and charged that it was vengeful work of "the lawless element." Owensboro, Ha 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. The School" improvement League met Friday afternoon.' Rev. T. J. Wade made a talk on the "Iiettertnent of Kentucky, Good Roads and Schools " lfon Rhodes, of Medora,-- visited E. B. Alexander last week. Mrs. L. N. Moremen leaves for Florida Saturday. She will be ioined bv Mr. Albert Moreman, of llrandeiiburg, and T r xt sr ti Albany. Don Lyddan, our energetic assistant' 1 T Colds and Grip. An eDidemic of colds, crip and pneu monla has been prevailing over the") country for the past two months. These inlluenza troubles nre now existing in All many of the homes in Cloverport. the doctors, except Dr. Simons, who continues ill, are kept busy attending the sick. RAYMOND Mr. aud Mrs. James Rhodes and little daughter, Florence, are in Louisville buying new goods.. Miss Myrtle Deacou, of Lodiburg, speul several days last week with Miss Leo Cushman. Lon I'ollock, of Webster, was in this J Taylor Circuit Docket Light. Canipbellsville, Ky. (Special): The January term of the Taylor circuit court convened here, with Judge I. II. Thurman presiding. The docket Is light. Commonwealth's Attorney Urookln T. Harding, electeiUJn the November election, and Omor Hogan, the new circuit court clork, were sworn In. Child Overcome by Gas. Ashland. Ky. (Special): Lucllo, tho daughter of Tony Cor-feof Cattlettsbmg, was overconio by gas whtlo playing with other children at tho home of John Dickens. Tho gas in tho room was turned so high twelve-year-old o the wiek-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. J. N,. Lyddan at Webster. friends Saturday evening. Mrs L. 1! Moremen was in llrandeii- burg Saturday. . t ' i . . i i. all-da- y neighborhood Sunday. Wm. Ctiappell was called to fcuiiurduy to see his ton, Lawrence, who wis badly hurt while working on the railroad. Lawrence was taken to a hospital in Louisville Saturday. He is oue of our' home boys ut.d we wish a speedy iccovtry for hiin. Edgar Compton is at home for an Clover-port ... r VJ I , it, Ituill. (11114 i t Mr. and Mrs. Virgil llrile last week. i . I'eiucK cniiieiiuiiniPQ rn,,itr tutn the undertaker's business. Quarterly meeting was held at the T scu). Johu: Enclosed find Ulad to report Miss Hess I e Knott is subscription lor l9lU Dear Mr. Utbbage: Unclosed getting along nicely at this writing. should he attended to at once. Untwenty-fivcents for The Breckenridge Here's hoping that your newsy and Mr uud Mrs. Henry Cashman weie and incidentally a News for three months, as I hear it welcome paper may ever prosper as it told sulfamic recently called to Vanz4nt to ee their Respectfully, good many dollars saved by having praised so highly, thought 1 would sub- so justly deserves. H Beard, Livermore, Ky. mother, Mrs. Leon Cishmau who is Mrt. 1J F llayui-s- , scribe fur It. your teeth kept in a good condition. seriously ill at the home of her sun, Big Sprirg. K', M.ick Cashman. Mr. acd Mis. Alimeii Makes Assignment. Cathman, of Urazil, lud., and Jem Work a Specialty Inlay and Plate Wants Paper For Year. Irvington, Jan. 1'--'. (Special) J. B. Cushman are at lur Dear Air. liitbage: Unclosed find Whelan, u grocerrtvii" of this place, E. H. Open Day and Night j Mules For Sale. j one dollar for wiicli please send me the made an assignment last week. lior.o uiulrs, four years Shellman was appointed assignee. Lia- FOlt HAI.K-.Th- o urecKenriuge newt iur one year. IlKhtlny, IS "hands; one black 14 )i Kespectlully, bilities about );V!0ti. Invoiced stock hands lilirli; broke lleuuehuoni .V HurtJu. Office oner Bank ol Hardiniburg t trull Co. Mjsllc, Ivy, Forest Miller, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. uraounts to l, 100. Renewal From H. J. Beard. to cover Hears Paper Praised. e Teeth which require tieatinent Dear Uncle .IlkLllUlliai L.11L1III11 Llil LllI.I.H jiiiii .iiiiiiuv. !..!,, .,. I... viii,tiiiv las, - - 1. A . T that tho outflow- wbb not consumed. was with difficulty tho child's life week. It was saved. Overton Ill.inlnnl. nf ilnivlit,vlllj at. find check IRVIMT0N. John Waller, of Ilopkiusville, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Herudou. Mrs R. N. Milter,1 of Indiannpolis. visited Mr and Mrs WJ I'iggott last week. Miss Ila Payne gave a slumber party Friday evening. The following guests were present: Misses Virginia Head, Mabel Wroe aud Virginia Jlaudy, Mrs. Amy IlaM, of Henderson, visited Mr. aud Mrs D. W. Henry Sunday, o Mica A.inn Tf l, J 1 uwensooro, alter a visit with Mr. audr Mrs. C F. Hawes. 17.1111 iiaaacu, ul U111UI1 Oiart WlfJ town Saturday Miss Julia Lyon, one of our home girl. wno is auenuing uins' Jllgli School jjuuiaviiic. witi uiicuu a uieeiiuir at t wuuiuu o vmu mis unemoon. i music committee will give a program unusual iiiterest. Miss Lyon will be the piano, Spw