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The Breckenridge news: January 19, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916011901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 19, 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 VOL. XL THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1916. Paes NOTED No. 29 HELD TO GRAND JURY. Lon Robinson MEXICAN CHIEF LOOSE LEAF SALES Has His Examining Trial at For An Alleged Attempt to Com- Har-dinsbur- g REPLIES TO NOTE Carranza Will Punish Murderers of Americans. ISSUE BEFORE CONGRESS Prices Lower Owing to Soft Order and Quality of Offerings. Breckenridge Sale Next Friday. houses mit Fraud in Last Election. EVIDENCE HEARD MONDAY BY JUDGE DOWELL The trial of L m Kotinsmi, charge' with preventing an e!?ctlnn from being held in the Hudson pi ecinct in this county, last Nnvtmber. came ii hefi rt Judge Dowell lust Mondu. The warrant charged Robinson with the offense of uuliwfully, willfully and to and did prefeloniously vent voters from casting their ballots at the rjgulur November election, 191s. By reason of raid net, said election was not held, and the voters were not per mitted to cast their ballots at said time and place. Mack H. Quiggins was the first wit nefs called. He said he was Judge at the election held at Hudton precinct He arrived there November 7, IO15 at 6 o'clock a 111. He did not seethe clerk, Lon Robinson, there when he .arrived there. The other1 officers were there. Robinson came about 7 o'clock Mercer look with the ballot book. Robinson's place as clerk, as he was a better penman. Two ballots were vole and it was discovered that the rest of the ballots, I3" in number, had been !L voted. Robinson would not let us pro ., .,!,-,T'i a&4 ...III. unnnunt nf th- condition of the ballots. Ballots were voted before they came to Robiuson. We wantecfto go ahead with the election. We decided to get information from Hardinsburg as U what to do. We were told to go ahead and vote and mark the billots defaced, in red ink. Witness said he wanted to proceed with the election but Robinson was not wil ling to do so. We then put the book in house and locked it up. Geo. Royalty was the next witues, x He said he was Sheriff of the election at Hudson. Was there at 6 o'clock. Meictr and Quiggins were there. We waited for Robinson some time. He came about 7 o'clock. A number of voters were there ready to vote. We were sworu iuaud Mercer opened the poll bcok and we signed up. Two votes were cast when we discovered that ballots had been voted. We discussed the matter of going ahead with the election. Quiggins said he would telephone to Hardinsburg for instructions. They Instructed him to mark ballots with ink arid go ahead with the election Robinson said he would not allow it. It looked as though there would be trouble. We went inside to discuss it. Robinson still said he thought it would not be advisable to go ahead We wete all willing but Robinson. Geo. Lucas was the Lext witness. He was chullengtr. Saw Lon Robinson there. No election htlJ. Can't say that I know why it was not held Two Did votes cast.- - Ballots fouud voted not know then what to do, and was nervous and excited. Robinson said to them: "I turn book over to jou, do what you please." We then telephoned Hardinsburg for information. Quiggins went. He had information to mark ballots with red ink and go ahead. 1 Robinson did not agree Or. Hull w g Washington, .Ian. 17. (Seneral Carranza has replied to the American note demanding the punishment of the bandits who perpetrated the wholesale massacre of seventeen Americans. The message of Consul Silllman reciting the reply of Carranza was: "Your note relating to the massacre of Americans at Santa Isahelll, received and immediately placed before General Carranza, who said he had already Issued orders for the Immediate pursuit, capture nnd punishment of those responsible for the inson, Royalty and Quiggins. atrocity. snid he was at Hudson Jesse Fralze "He stated that he believed that on election day to vote. Said he did this outrage committed was connectnot vote. He saw Robinson there but ed directly with Villa and done esdid not hear him say a word about the pecially to provoke International troubles at this time. He said that he election Attornev W S Ball was called to the had declared that those guilty be punstand. He said he had a conversation ished by death. He says that nobody Judge can lament more than ho that such over the phone with Robinson. even In Moorman was present while the con- atrocity occurred, but that regulated states outbursts of versation was going on. Our instruc the best and lawlessness may cause disorder tions to the election officers were to go j destruction of property and loss of ahead and use good ballots as far as life. they would go, then use the spoilt (I "Ho says lie is expecting- - full reballots, marked in red ink, and let re- ports from General Trevlno and that sults take care of therr.stlves. all efforts will be niado to protect the The case was closed here. The at- Americans and any other foreigners torneys agreed to submit the case who may lie In the district. His belief Is that the massacre was without argument. made by a band of Judge Dowell held the defendant in $'.ViO bond to the grand jury. The state department Is still awaitThere were two other warrants ing a report from 'Consul Edwards at against Robinson for interfering with Juarez on the Inquires of Secretary the election nnd failure to perform his Lansing as to tho consul's authority duty as election officer. His hond in for stating that he had been hindered these cases were fixed at $100 each. from Washington to get assurances of protection from Carranza people Robin.-ogave bond. II. C. Murrii), County Attorney, nnd for foreigners. Secretary Lansing Is expected to Gu Browu we:e aitornes for the Com congress within a few days monwealth. Gen. . D. R. Murray was submit to all Information regarding the massaattornev for defendant. . cre and conditions In Mexico. Mexico will be tho basis of formal Stag Djnner. consideration by the senate foreign committee beginning next Hugh N Wood was host at a stag relations when tho nomination of evening Wednesday, dinner given at his home last Henry Prather Fletcher as ambassain this city. The party was arranged dor to General Carranza's government for him as a surpaise in honor of hlu will bo taken up. Administration birthday by Mrs. Wood. Covers were leaders are hopeful that a report recset for Harrv S. Williams, Da id 1$. ommending confirmation will bo made Phelps, Rev. Mr. Powell and Mr. to the senate without delay. Several Wood. opposition "senators, however, have announced they will oppose such a step, vigorously, and It generally Is adnlUted nothing can bo done toward The Breckenridge News will confirmation until tho Republicans be pleased to receive Items, such have been appeased by an answer as engagements, wedding anfrom Prcdont Wilson to Senator nouncements, and other Items of Fall's resolution askln.? for reasons personal interest for the Society which led to recognition of Carranza. of the sendThe name Column. Secretary Lansing has promised to er and the address should be have data In compliance with that given with the Item not for resolution ready for the president early this week and Senator Stone, publication but as a matter of chairman of tho foreign relations comauthority mittee, hopes the president's reply will bo sent to the senate In time for the committee meeting. Wednesday. Discussion of tho Mexican problem on tho floor of tho senate and house Is expected to arsa from to sldoratlon of various Intervention resolutions. No commltteo action on such resolutions Is probable at this tl'mo. SenaThe Drug.Store Saves You Honey! tor Goro of Oklahoma, Democrat, Is considering submitting a resolution to direct tho use of American nrmed forces as aids to tho Carranza forces A well conducted Prescription Pharmacy Is the place tt select for In protecting American citizens in a your prescriptions and family recipes. When you take medicines you neutral zouo in Mexico. depend upon results. You get results from our drugs and medicines, compounded by graduates in Pharmacy. Officers. Election of Masonic s, ' J dismissed. D. J. Quiggins was the next witness. He said he was 55 years old; that I e was at Hudson on election day He He, Qulg-glnsaw Lon Robiuson there did not vote because there was 110 election held. Witness was very anx ious to tell what Dr. Hall said but he was ruled out. James A. Paul said he went to Hudson to vote but could not on account of no election held. He saw Lon Robiuson there Never heard him say :i word. Other voters there. Saw Rob and said: "I'm belli ml Roblr.-son,- " Senate Fortlgn Relations Committee (ruled out by udgb Dnwell). Will Take Up the Matter of Then wu agreed under the condition of Fletcher's Appointment as things it was te-.- t to have the election Ambassador Some Opposition. The tobacco sale at the Icose leaf last week were not up to the ii standards of other sales, but it was on(nc to the ccudi ion and quality of Our sales have the tobacco offered been better and the prices ruling high er than at other places for same tvpes of tobacco. Between 60,000 and worth of tobacco has passed over these lloors, putting money Into the 42.So hands of farmers when there was no II M. Heard sold 5 baskets, 2,2i5 other way to realize money on their pounds, at 12,So, 42.So, 412.80, 2.8o, loaf house have been 42.So. crops. The loose a God send to the tobacco growers in Paul Hale sold I basket, 3.I5 pounds, that they have furnished a market at at S 60. ;0,-00- 0 home when there was no other way af disposing of the weed True that tne prices have been low, but they were as good as other markets. The loose leaf plan of selling lias come to stay and the sooner the growers realize this and grade their tobacco to suit the wants of the buyers the bet ter will bo the' prlces. We give below a list of the sales sold over the Drcckenriage and Glen Dean lloors last week: Sales Dark Leaf, Lugs and Trash at Glen Dean Loose Leaf Warehouse January 12. Tames llerry and Fentress sold jo baskets, 2, Iss pounds, at $7.80, 7 70, S7.S0, $6.60, 4, if 2.60, $2.70, $2 70, 52 70, S2.7O. L. J. Henderson and Cooper sold 7 baskets, 1,390 pounds, at $7 10, 5.6o, A? 70. 7 10. SXl.hO. Sermon and Dean sold 5 baskets, I,.175 pounds, at $4.60, $2 70, $2 So, 2 So. 2.8o. 4. si. Dean and Sermon sold 4 baskets, 1,155 pounds, at $4 50, 54.50, $t 70, 3 R. A. Lucas sold 4 baskets, 535 pounds, at 52.70, 53 50, S3 50 S3 10 Clint Willis sold 4 baskets, S60 pounds, nt $4 2 TO ?5 3". Lee Henderson sold 5 baskets, 015 pounds, at $3.20, $3 50, $2 So, S3- -. 71 ". 3-- S3.O0. Milbur Simmons sold 5 baskets, S25 pounds, at $3.30, $3 30, S3. 2 70 1,820 Hill .Cannon sold 6 baskets, pounds, at S2.70, $2.70, S3 4o, $3-- F. J. Matthews sold 3 baskets, 4SO pounds, at $4, $4.60, $3 30. Thos Matthews sold S baskets, 1 8i0 Johnston-Coomb- s. $2.80, pounds, at S4 50, $5 60, ?2 So, S2.70, $2.70, $2.70 Miss Kvelyn Johnston, of Shelby-vlli- e, Ky., nnd Mr. Cuitls Coombs, of i Jas. Dean sold 13 baskets, 1.375 pounds, at $7.50, $b 60, g So, 6.7o, Ovensooro, were joined in wedlock at Js-- . ?9 ie, Louisville at 2 o'clock Tuesday aftei-noo- n $5.20, $3.50, S3 50, 57 by Rev. J. J. Cloar, of the Mark$9. $7. Hat ey and White sold 5 baskets, et street Baptist Tabernacle Miss 70. $3 3. Jjhnston is an attractive young lady 1.455 pounds, at $2.7". $3. So, $4. and is the daughter of Mr. Edward 1,157 Johnston, a prominent K. fl. Ilaxter sold 7 baskets, farmer ot pounds, at S7. 10, S3.30, S5.30, $9, S.io, Shelbyvllle. Mr. Coombs is the son $7 20, S3. of Mr. and Mrs. Judson Coombs, and Harve- - Smith sold 6 baskets, L0S5 is highly respected barber. The pounds, at SS.io, S, $5.10, 0. young couple arrived In the city from $ 2 So, Louisville, .o be guests for sometime of Mr. Coombs' parents, In Locust Breckenridge Loose Leaf Sale. street Oivensboro Messenger. T. S. Grey sold S baskets, 2,230' pounds, at l ."0, $9, .6.30, 45 lo, $7, S3-I- . Washington, Jan. S, Assistant Secretary of Commerce Sweet today published suggestions 'of Dr. Robert II. Habcock, of Chicago, a noted blind specialist in heart and lung diseases, with reference to the grip epidemic which is sweeping over the country, Dr. llabeock says the germ that Is responsible lor the nation-widillness is not grip, but a modification, or strain of the pneumonia germ, and his recommendations follow: Keep regular hours, get sufficient sleep, keep the feet dry and avoid everything tend'ng to impair the general T S Grey sold 5 baskets, l,5.Vi health or weaken resistance. Keep pounds, at $6.20, ?7. 10, $6, S" 40. away trom people who are coughing or Harney DeJarnette sold 6 baskets, sneezing For their own good as well 2,26."i pounds, at 4.S.40, $8.50, 48 80, as the sifety others they should be $3 60, $4 20, $2.90. isolated In a room. Spray vour nostrils nnd throat night and morning with a weak antiseptic soBurley Sales. lution. Horolypiol diluted with three Carman Crutcheloe sold 4 baskets, parts of water will serve this purpose 1,006 pounds, at 4 90, , , f6 Jio. nnd may be used both as a wash for the A. T. Heard sold 2 baskets, 435 nose and gargle for the throat. If you get this infection, stay hi bed. pounds, nt S2.70, S3. Thos. Heard sold 7 baskets, 1,865 Take plenty of bicarbonate of soda, , water Mid truit juices, and do nut go pounds, nt 413.10, 3.3p out to long as the infection persists in 4G.90, 4C).6o, 48.8o. Louuie Allen sold 4 baskets, 1,375 nose and throat, or so long as you have any temperature. pounds, at $3 lo, $(.70, $3.50. Heard and Dooley sold I baskets, 1,035 pounds, at $7, $4, 43.6o, 4.3.60. ASAFOETIDA CALLED SPECIFIC Stinnett and Frank sold 7 baskets, 4i3.So, .f3.1t), 960 pounds, at $5.60, Fifteen Grains and a Period In Bed $2.."o, $2.70. Said to Repulse drip. anil Dooley sold Heard basket, 32.'. While the grip is still raging in Loupounds, at i6 ,ro. C Davis sold basket, 310 pounds, at isville, and in anticipation of more to come when the snow now on the ground 2 5o. Fruest Kiunisou sold 5 baskets, 1,235 becomes slush, it will interest thousands in Kentucky and adjoining States to pounds, at 4'8.9o, 417, .8, 4.."i, $3.10. It Heard and Dooley sold 7 baskets, 1,405 know that there Is a simple specific pounds, at $4 40, $330, $3 11), $4, 1, is asafoetida. This is vouched for by Dr IS. G. 9, S. Dice, head of The Pines Sanatorium, .(STi Mart Sutton so'd 7 baskets, pounds, at 6 10, $4. 10, $8 50, $13, $13, who speaks from his experience nt Dwlght, III., in the early nineties, when iS, 4113 there was a ery severe epidemic, and in similar subsequent epidemics. Death of Mrs. Hinsdale. Dr. Dick says in the first outbreak he Mrs. Josephine Hinsdale died at his as ociates at Dwight treated Portland. Oregon, January I5. She and successfully 500 or 600 cases of grip, leaves two sous. Geoi ge H Hinsdale giving in each case fifteen grains of and Charles Hinsdale, and one daughin five grain pills, one pill ter Mlrs Vtva Hinsdale. Mrs. Hins- asafoetidita each three hours. The patient, of dale was the sister of Mrs. A. IJ. course, was kept in ted while under Fisher, of Cloverport. treatment, since tile remedy induced sweating among other things. , e S7-3'2, 1 1 41 at 413 .(), $3.10, $2 70, Laurence .Miller sold 2 baskets. 350 pounds, at $3 40, 2.7o. C Sahlie sold 5 baskets, 1,080 pounds, it 3 43 ". , is 3 3". T. L. Calahau sold 4 baskets, L32II pounds, nt 2 70, $4 30, 4 20, 3 20. I'aul Heudrick soul 3 baskets, 660 pounds, nt 4'2.7o, 7, 44. Clarence Heard sold 3 baskets, 770 pounds, at $3 50, $3 60, S3 to. J C. and S. T. ' DeJarnette sold I basket, 15.") pounds, at So. J D. Miugiis sold 3 baskets, 1,145 pounds, nt 43 10, $6 30, $2 70. Arms and Hskridge sold (1 baskets, I.140 pounds, at 43 yo. 4'5, 3.lo, 6 70, hi 10, S3 R Crutchelor sold 7 baskets, 2,25:1 jHiuiids, at S, 4'5. lo, $. 4f3 20, S3.10, tKMimls, SPECIALIST 3, 45-1- i. Tells How to Fight the Grip Assistant Secretary of Commerce Publishes Suggestions of Chicago Physician. . AMANDA JOLLY 5. Leaves One Hundred Immediate Descendants. Funeral Held at Sample. ham Jolly. Mother of Gra- S3-I- 5-- Irvington Pharmacy That SAFETY FIRST 130 John Hardin sold 2 baskets, pounds, at $3.61), Thos. O'Riley and Park Miller so'd 5 blskets, ,."75 pounds, at 4 lo, S3. ?4. $3. lo, S2 70 Thos. Withers sold 2 baskets, S30 $7. pounds, at Amies anil Sago sold 9 baskets, 3 , 70 8, 6, S3.10 $4, pounds, at J.J, 1 6.5. 7. Mrs. Amanda Jolly, of Sample, died January 10 at the advanced age of S4. Her pastor, the Kev. S. K. Hunt, preached her funeral at the M. IS. Church. A very large congregation, mostly relatives of the deceased, were present Nearly one huudred children and grandchildren survive her, the eldest Is (ill years old, and the youngest, an Will Give $1,500 Back to the infant. Out of this host of descendants is but one boy, Percy Jolly, among the State. Loves the Right and grandchlldr 11, bearing the name of His Sister Better Than Money, Jolly. He being the son of Graham Jolly, of Cloverport. Better Be Safe Than Sorry. AGENTS ' A $5.00 Durham Safely Peroxide The Cloverport Masonic Lodge have elected the following officers to serve them the ensuing year; M. M Denton, Master; W. A, Coekrell, Senior Warden; H. J. Yeager, Junior Warden; Chas. HiMiity, Senior Deacon; Chas, Jackson, Junior Deacon; H. 11. Hardin and R T. l'olk, Stewards; Joe Allen, Tyler; U. L. Oe ze, Secretary, A. II. Skiiliiiau, Treas- Razor $1.00 tor Lovvnoy'ri dtili-- c i o 11 s Chotjolutus nnd Hon Hons. Nono bettor, inoro 110110 Greaseless Cream This outfit cons' st of one Durham Duplex Domino Knzor with white American Ivory da hit' or tusty. Our own label; as handlb, safety guard good as any 2.):adver II DurUsed cream; vanishes attachment and ham Duplex Wades, as soon as spoiled; genuine oothig, cooling 1 lip packed lu I Uu refreshing leather kit. Frankfort, Kv, Jan. I7. Claiming D. J. Alexander sold 1 basket, 27O tiiat his conscience hurt him because he had been collecting money from the pounds, at l.lo. IS5 state for the support of his resident of basket, I. L Grause sold I Breckenridge county was hero lo see hmuiiIs, at 3.90. Jus. H111I011 & Sou sold 4 baskets, About refunding the money to the state. In discussing the matter with Secre ijG.ioumls, at 9, ig.iu, .6.10, 6. 460 tar) of State Lewis the man said that J. II Mattiugly sold 4 baskets, Ik- - came to tlm conclusion that It was pounds, at $7.40, W.fio, 113.10, W.oo. ' ." baskets, 1,130 his dutv to provide for his sister and Geo. Simmons sold pounds, at $6, 411.70, ii.6o, $3 60, $3 10. that he had made up his mind to reAndrew Gdbeit told 2 baskets, 380 fund the muuey received lroin the Is'ate, which he estimated at about pounds, at "1.20, $7.1o. '. '., After All. Mrs. George Harris Dead. Mrs. George Harris died of apoplexy Saturday nt her home in the country The funeil was held Cloverpjrt. Monday morning and the burial took p'ace in the graveyard on the C W. Moorman farm. Mrs, Harris was the wife of Magis- 3 I I 1 farmer of this community. She was sixty-eigh- t years of age and was a devoted wife and mother. well-know- n trate Harris, urer. ' C areuce Macy sold 2 baskets, S9.I 4H.50O. Aged Woman Dead. LEX'S COLD TABLETS WILL CURE THAT COLD IN ONE NIGHT. ! Let the children have a Brownie. The children always enjsy ing pictures; it adds to the pleasures of the day; besides, taking tures in clean educational fun. ' WE DO THE PRINTING AND r takpic- DEVELOPING IB II III FOR I YOU. 1 him that lie could Mrs. Amanda Jolly died Tuesday of pounds, at i't, $6. of disCal Tliuriiiau sold 4 baskets, 410 learn the exact amount due the state last week from a complication Special Meeting. by consiiltln; the records In the conn eases at her home in Sample, Ky. Mrs. at 417.70. 413.90, 6, 413.50. Tne Social and itccreatlon Depari-merJolly was 84 years of age anil the mother Willie Seaton sold 1 basket, 320 ty clerk's olllce of the Upworth League will pounds, at $8. of fifteen children, six of whom survive. have charge of the service Sunday Graduation Examination. Val Duke sold 6 baskets, 2,070 pounds, evening at 6M5 o'clock. Tin- - puollc at $5, W So, 44.10. W9O, $3 lo, Good Medicine For the Sick. 10 The common school graduation exIs cordially invited. Jas. lute soldi baskets, 2,255 pounds, amination for II eckenridgu county, Mr. It.tbbiige: Please find enclosed . $5. at $i(.i,0. 4 20. 7, 6 40, $L Kentucky, will be held at Hardinsburg my check to pay for Hreckenrldge News The Fad. A T, lleunl sold 6 baskets, 3,585 on Frldav and Saturday, January --'8 for 11110. Have been sick all full and pounds, at 1.90, Sj.70, $7 30, $3, S3 r,0, and 29, beginning at nine o'clock a. in. the News is so interesting urn always Knlcker Tired' Applicants please be on time, Bocker Yes, I was up all night $4 9- Mrs. A. S. Allen, glad to get It. llruce Miller sold 3 baskets, 1,025 skating the baby. New York Sun. J W. THE NT, Superintendent. Cheuault, Ky, Mr. it I.jrtis advised NO REPP E- -2 ON HANCOCK C0UNTY NEWS. to trjtlr 111., EXPLOSION Edi- From The Clarion. I : Hancock County Deaths. Battery Not Cause, Says Jesse I). Adams died at the residence of his kinsman, Dr. J. W Knox, nt Vance. Lewlsport, on Wednesday morning of llrlghts disease. He had been nillng There was quite a rush at the water son Expert. for several months nt his home below works office Monday by many of the town nnd went to Dr. Knox's home for customers of that company, in response better nttantion about two weeks ago. ton notice that "had been served on all INQUIRY HELD IN SECRET Instead of Improving he gradually grew users of the water by which a raise of ! Mr Adams ten per cent would be ndded to all bills worse until the emWcame. He that were not paid on or before that had just passed his 68th birthday. Rear Admiral Usher Holds Investiga- was born in thiscountv and lived here date, A raise of .(5c lias been added to tion Into Cause For Blast Which uUvns. He was a successful farmer last year's prices. I Wrecked Submarine, Killing Four and stock raher, and owned at the time Tom Stcrctt, of South Carolina, n son of his death, one of tile best farms in of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Sterett, and and Injuring Several Men. the count. He was a genial man and formerly connected with this office, arNow York, Jnn. 17. A stntomcnt He rived here Wednesday evening fora visit ! very i.t'tentive to his own business. jjjjj Indicating (lint tho now Kdlson stor-agof life. is Is survived by only hU wife, who was to relatives. He was greatly surprised rebattory was not In any way sponsible Tor tho explosion on tho Miss Hultle Hawts He was the last when he learned that his parents had I is by which killed four men surviving son of the late Wm. Adams, left a few weeks ago for Arkansas, as he submarino of this and Injured ten others at tho New who was n pioneer settler had refrained from writing them of ( his ! on is York navy yard was nindo by Miller county. intended visit, expecting to surprise Ueeso Hutchinson, chief mutineer for t Forest Warner, a popular yours man them, but instead was surprised himself. of no Thomas A. ICdison and a niembor of oNIappy Hollow, died of tuberculosis the naval consulting boanl. Friday. Tlio preliminary liuiuiry Into the Airs. Owen Dead. Mrs. Eli Young, of Dukes, is dead. oxploslon was held In secret by tho Mrs. Mary Owen, aged 97, died at her daugh of Inquiry appointed by Hear board Anna Josephine, Admiral N'athanlol It. Usher, com- ter of Mr, and Mrs. Arch Powers, Is home on Lovers' Leap Thursday night at it o'clock of general debility brought mandant of tuc navy yard. Neither deud. Hancock Clarion, on by old age. Admiral Ushor nor any of those presof be SjJ ent would discuss what occurred at Victor Ilagtnnti, of Skillmaii, delivered tho inquiry. Big Red Did Ad E. K. Ayres Dead. a load of hogs to the Cannelton butchj Secretary of the Navy .losephus ers Wednesday. Mr. U. K. Ayres, a highly respected Daniels, who Is expected to nnme a W If so, Misses Margaret and Virginia l'nckett citi.en of tliis city, died at his home 011 board of inquiry to conduct a formal Investigation, left for Washington spent Sunday in Cloverport their sister, Main street Sunday afternoon at 2 is If j g o'clock of lagrippe and general debility without making any statement regard- Mrs. Dwight Randall. Richards, of near Rosevillc, who due to old age. ing tho explosion. no't Joe Big Ad J At tho hospital where the Injured attempted to end his life on December He Is survived by his wife, who was woro taken It was said several of them 23 by cutting his throat with a pocket not able to'atteun his funeral, being con 5 were In a critical condition and ono knife, has so far recovered that he is fined to her bed with lagrippe at the 1b expected to die. able to be out. 9J time of his death, and two sous, Sam, Tho only light shed on tho disaster J. M. Hendricks, of Hardiusburg, has lives near this city, and Phil, of Adair In tho statement of was contained rented the Parker farm near I.ewisport Mr. Hutchinson. I "I have mude as complete In In- and will move to it in the near future. spection of tho Interior of tho sub- Mr. Hendricks is said to be one of the as conditions at present best farmers of Ilrcckeiiridge county. marine Miss liessie Hawley and Mr, J. S. De- will permit," said Mr. Hutchinson. Red will do 'jamette were married in Evnnsville "This Inspection I made as Mr. EdiDecember 30, at the home of the bride's HAWESVILLE NOTES. son's chief engineer and personal repyou away; we cousin, Mrs. Jack Hartley. Mr De- resentative. I have formed a tentaHnwesville, Ky.. January I5. So- Jarnette moved from Tlreckenridge coun tive opinion. This I have transmitted cially, Hfiwesvllle is decidedly dull. you ty to this place about two years ago und to the commandant of the New York is scarcely a family heie which for n time conducted a bakery in this navy yard, under whoso jurisdiction There this boat was on Jan. 15, 1910. It Is has not at least one member or more city. His bride is the only daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J P. Hawley aud is an in subject to revision when all the facts who are ill with the grip. nre brought forth by tho board of InMrs. Frank Herzog recently returned dustrious and popular young woman. quiry which Admiral Usher has or- from Louisville after visiting there a They will make their future home in dered. this city. week "Having been present at the prelimMiss Kachael Rosenblatt has returned inary Inspeatlon, I consider I am David Lelbovltz Honored. bound by the same rules and regula- from a visit of several weeks in Clinton tions as is a naval o Ulcer In matters und Terre Haute, Ind. The Hickman Courier of last week of a confidential nature, and must reMr. and Mrs. E. E. Kellvlelt for their you to Admiral Usher for such in- home in Dayton, Ky., the first of the had on its front pace the picture of a fer former Hancock boy, David P. Leibov-it- z. formation as ho may be in position week. formerly of Lewisport, were his and inclined to give. Next week Mrs. Louis Powers will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lelbovitz, "As to the Kdlson battery, with all the facts and conditions before me, I entertain the Thursday afternoon Km still live. The citizens of Hickman see no reason to recommend to Mr. broidery club. held a mass meeting to select a set of f )(o torzz ioi Kdlson any change or alterations in G. D. Chambers returned from business men to be voted for at the re- ONE DEAD; SEVERAL the theory, construction or method of on Wednesday after a business cent election and David Leibovitz wes Installation of the Kdlson submarine trip there. the first man named. He is .one of the HURT IN CHURCH RIOT typo storage buttery. Tho battery In Miss Agnes Kelly came down from most progressive merchants of that does not appear to have been the Louisville on Saturday and remained city and besides being elected as a Injured In tho least." till Sunday with her parents, Mr. aud member of the city council he was also appointed on the finance board. The Members Resent Installation of Mrs. John Kelly, Sr. of David Leibovitz for these BE ENERGETIC G. Orville Patterson and his son, selection important positions Is a recognition of New Pastor. William Patteison, were in Louisville, worth as a young man of whom Covington am! Cincinnati this week. his can feel justly proud. Mr. Patterson is examiner of the State this county Pittstown, Pa., Jan. 17. George F. In which met Hoard of Pharmaiy. this Covii.gton. Women of Sedentary Habits. Bush of with city, sheriff of Lucrene county, twelve members of the 0 Medical Authority Tells What Mis. Louise Aoair, of this place, who Women who get but little exercise state constabulary, went to Dupont, has been in the past four months wit This Condition Really Means are likely to be troubled with constipa- near here, to see that the Itev. Franher daughter, Mrs James 11. Snowden cis n. Kurkowlskl, now 'pastor of the tion nnd indigestion and will find and Mr. hnowderj, at Norton, Conn., Chamberlain's Tablets highly beneli Sacred Heart of Jesus, Polish church, "When you are languid and listless, htf'j of By of was not molested In the holding of now left with Mr. and Mrs. Snowor lack uiuliitioii anil feel so melancholy cial.Not so good as a tnree or four mile den lor Miitni, Flu., where they have walk every day, but very much better services. that life seems scarcely worth the living, 'eased Five hundred men and women, a residence for the winter. Ml. than to allow the bowels to remain in friends of Father Edward Guzwa, deit is absolutely necessary that you take of 1915, Snowden has purchased extensive They are posed pastor, filled the churchyard a constipated condition. treatment to correct these of g'ounds there and is building u French easy conditions, because you are suffering and pleasant to take and most when the officers arrived. unjoining the Curl Fisher agreeable In effect. Obtainable evThe sheriff asked the crowd to make from derangements of a vital organ." chateau place. way for their new pastor. As ho erywhere. declares one of the greatest medical spoke the church bell tolled. It was Mrs. I.. Kcsenblutt spent a few duvs authorities a second the signal. That "tired feeling" means a gold In CKvetisburotliis week with her daugh, Sale charged tho Insheriff and the mob our Want or troopers deal more than is generally realised. It ter, Mrs. II L. Lins. Captain Leon Pitcher, of the concolumn for quick results. E Olson returned Prof und Mrs. is not laiuess, it is physical ailment that stabulary, staggered back from the about the hour of 1 o'clock p. m., on said day, in needs correction quickly before it begate. He had been hit over the head comes even more serious by taking a Brown, front of the business place of the said S. with a club. As he dropped into tho oc on 30C firm hold on you. arms of one of Ills men unconscious, in Cloverport, Ky., expose to public sale to It Throw off that nervous depression a stono struck him In tho face. highest and best bidder, the following described is your duty. Tho troopers then brought their guns and riot sticks into action. Tanlac, the tonic, appcticr and to-w- it: entire stock of goods inStones, clubs and bullets (filled the that builds new tissues, vital all equipment appertaining cluding fixtures, air. Ross Humer, a trooper, was les the blood mid acts so favorably on struck on tho head with a club, reof the stomach, liver and kidsaid S. ailments and belonging to the business of ceiving a fractured skull. Corporal neys and catarrhal affections of the muAlbert Carlson had his shoulder brokBrown, as conducted by him on the cous membranes, is designed especially en, other troopors had their noses said premises at Cloverport, Ky. TI.e results these conditions. to coned Every man who is In need of a new suit, or overcoat, or hat. or broken. of the Taulac treatment areamaing. It furnishings of any kind is missing a sjoldei opportunity If he does not Four rioters woro taken to Pitts- TERMS: The Stock, &c, will be sold as a whole, tends to put you back in body and mind town hospital, sufforlng from bullet take prompt advantage of our remarkably reduced prices just now. but most sension a credit of three (3) months, the purchaser executing wounds, ono believed to ho George like those Everybody with brains knows that we must get rid of the goods Grelk died. Ho was shot In tho thigh. ble folks- - the pioneers, and to make now on hand in order to mike room for our new stock soon to bo arbond with approved security. The purchaser may pay Captain Pitcher and Trooper Humer you sturdy mid of real manhood and riving. Tftat explains the prices we are miking for quick sales. aro In tho hospital. Humer Is not excash if he so prefers. womanhood pected to live. Pitcher's condition Is Men and women, from the highest to serious. walks of life, everywhere are A THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO., testifying to tile relief Tan ac has :S 00 Men's i; 5(1 Suits fur ten days... ii2 5(l Hats, ten days., fi 2s No other remedy bus brought them. Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. 1 50 Men's hUts, ten da s.. 1 (19 15 DO Suits for ten days. . . 10 0(1 eer won such great endorsements that y (it) Men's Hits, ten P. 50 Suits f jr ten diys... 9 W) days.. I it) Mrs. M;irtha Wilcox, Gownml.i. N. can only come from superlative merits. Ky., Gth, 1916. 10 00 Suit for ten diys... S 00 .1)5 5O Men's Hats, ton days.. V,, write: "I first used Chamber Taulac can now be hail in Cloverport 50 Suits for ten days.. . 6 u 50 Caps in the lot all sold at 5'c Iain's CquL'h Remedy about elu'ht yrars re IOC 3on at the Wedding's Drug Store, where it is 8 00 Suits for ten days... (100 to close ago. At that time I had a hard cold being fully explained to all questioners. Men's and Hoys' Caps 25c. This offer includes Hlua hsigcH aud couched most of the time. It Notice Readers and Writers proved to be Just what I needed Notice. It Mission Study Class. broke up the cold in a few dajs, ard To be certain that any happeuin ok MEN'S 50c MjCKIILS. TEN DAYS PRICE 25c Dr. K. I. Stepheiuon will he In his The Upworlb League Mission .Study I the couL'h entirely disappeared office at Stephecsport rrjjularly nflrr Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be org.mizsd by Andrew Ashbv, MEN'S ODD PANTS CUT JJ PER CENT. Class havo to'd many of my friends of the Januarv I, 1916, to practice his profet.-slo- n. given account In the Breckenridye superintendent of the Missionary le. food I received through using this attention will he xtveu Newt, kindly write and mal to ut at pnrtment, met at the home of Miss medicine, and all who have use d it to hll pitlerttx who call at his nflice once, Get every Item you can to ui by evening, Africa Is the Lula Severs lust speak of it In the highest terms." Saturday, Mudy, with Mrs. David 11. I'helps as JOHN D. UAUDAQE. Obtainable everywhere. a Want Ad. if you leader. The class nieHs. every Tuesday o CnOC3lO a News Ad. our up to date job work want quick results. evening uml refreshments ure terveri. home In Arlington Heights, after nn extended visit to Mrs. Olson's rarentii, Mr. and Mr. E, C. is now in progress. THIS BIG RED TAG SALE you Remember that the finincial opportunity success never letting an opportunity pass. attained your chance, beyond a doubi, to save money goods This equal for the same money. The sign the that have The Greatest Sale of The Season f S t gj o H-- g 000 ' sufficient for you. It is an indication the price you read the Tag in last and quality. then act on your first impulse and week's issue? you did come There something doing all the time. read the it is to your interest to come and just see what big values' you can get for so little money. Remember the date is should RED TAG I jj & Hawley-DcJarnett- e. January 19th to 29th Our Tag Goods 10 Big Days B-- 2 5 g a crowd be here for the Bargains but don't let the crowd keep are tully equipped to serve tor every want. sellThe p js We will expect you here! jg 000 I B. F. BEARD & COMPANY I ka Hardinsburg, o( JKy. K-- 2 (Assignee's Sale! The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Breckinridge County Comt. ! Assignee oi 1 S. eJ. Brown. virtue an order the Breckinridge County Court, entered at the December Term, the undersigned, as assignee S. J. Brown, will, on Try For c mthe 20th day of January, J. 1916 m the BIGGEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR property the md the J. heretofore FEW EYE OPENERS ASSIGNEE 1 Cloverport, Jan. , ED ALEXANDER. l'nmt Try c Try Try Want TURKS ROUTED - KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK Mrs. John C. C. Mayo, widow of Kentucky's millionaire mountaineer, of e Paintsvllle, has been called to ihw of her son, who Is ill at Millers-burbed-sidg . V i jnrjRnfnr Relief Army Defeats Ottoman i FOR BUSY READERS Letcher County raises taxable property over 200,000. Corn fed hogs nre showing a good advance on the Louisville market. Mrs. Tllford Daley, of Mnysvlllc, died In North Yakima, Washington. The farmers of Fulton and Obion Counties have formed n Fruit Growers Association. Rev. .1. S. Sims, former Methodist pastor at Paris, died In Clermont, Fla while on his wedding trip. R. O. Dutiran, of Nicholas, found several geeso frozen on a pond near Ilcnryvllle. Philip Smith, of Scott County, died suddenly while visiting his daughter at Ft. Worth. Texas. A portion of tho meteor Is claimed to have fallen In a ravine near Georgetown. Troops at Tigris. russ Success Oocupy in Persia Town of Kengawera, After Capturing 400 Turks and Much War Material Expedition Is Directed Against Bagdad Salonlca Quiet .Mrs. John Moseley, of Greenville, Mysterious hrj at Cave City destroyed property to the value of tells tho Circuit Court of that county 125,000. that she recognized two alleged night-riderCity Council of Georgetown refunds ono of whom Is a fugitive and $4,187 In license rebates to six sa- the other is now trying to establish an alibi while on trial. loons that closed last mouth, An old oil painting of the late 'JusThe schools at Carlisle have reopened after having benn closed sev- tice John Marshall Harlan, of Kentucky, will be hung In the National eral weeks because of scarlet tever. Capitol if a bill Introduced In ConCol. John Cunningham, dies in house of his birth in gress by Senator Oliver, of Pennsylquence. Bourbon County. vania, Is passed. Simultaneous with the announceThe L. & N. railroad company have Jim Crenshaw, Bowling Green, tried success, was the for the murder of his ment of the British sent a crew of men to Barboursville, . Issuance by the Potrograd war ofllce Robert Boyed, was acquitted. to survey a new line proposed to of the report that the Russian forces The tobacco sales of the Planters' This will relieve a great conin Persia hare occupied the town of Protectltve Association of Paducah for gestion in shipments from Eastern Kengawera. tho year 1015 were 3.090 hogsheads. Kentucky. This places the Russians about Tents were furnished to floor sufferJoel. C. Clore, formerly of Hebron, -two miles northeastward of ers at Hickman by order of Governor Boone County, has been appointed last week taken by the Stanley. postmaster of Cincinnati, to succeed Turkish forces operating in Persia. A receiver has been named for the John Shuff resigned, who too was a Both places He on tho direct road from Central Life Insurance. Co. of Lexing- Kentucklan, coming from Bourbon Homandan to Bagdad. ton. County. The menace to Bagdad, however, is The following appropriations for Four prisoners In the Trigg County not immediate, because of tho distance Jail made their escape. Jailer offers postoffices has been asked by Secreto be covered by tho Russians. tary of Treasury McAdoo, at Washingreward for apprehension of them. Petrograd says that the Russians George Sweezer, of Huntsvllle, But- ton: Ashland, $30,000; Glasgow, $300; defeated the Turks and that more ler County, was convicted of night-ridin- g Lancaster, $500; and Shelbyvllle, than 400 men and six guns as well as and sentenced to the peniten- $1,000. war material were captured. tiary for one year. Colonel Joseph H. Dorst. veteran ofllclal statement The following A scorn of automobile owners have of Indian campaigns, Spanish-Americafrom Italian general headquarters: war and Philippine Insurrections, drawn tines In Henderson ,as tho re"The artillery activity was weak sult of Indictments charging viola- a native of Louisville, died at his along tho Trentino and Carnla fronts, tions of the laws. home near Warrcnton, Va. He resomewhat lively on tho Iszono and Proctor Davidson, who runs an auto- tired from the regular army lu 1911 particularly violent on tho heights to mobile line between Burnslde and after forty years of service. the northwest of Gorlzla. Here tho Montlcello, was held up at midnight The Mercer County Girls Canning fire of the enemy's batteries was ef- and robbed of $37. Club has rounded out Its second year's fectively answered by ours, the action Miss Ada Wilson was arrested at work and stands in the forefront of continuing until late In tho evening. Georgetown and held in connection canning club work In Kentucky and On the Carso our. artillery actively with a robbery of which she is charg- the United States Government, having captured every prize In which shelled the enemy. ed at Walton. "One of our air squadrons made an they have competed. Ben Summers, colored, died at active raid In the region of Iszono and S. J. Weller, cashier of the Dundee aged 111 years. He recalled bombarded the enemy aviation camp being water boy at the building of the Deposit Bank, near Hartford, ended at Assevlzzo, the cantonments at Louisville canal. his life by hanging, following a bank Chlapovano and Romberg and the The ferryboat Trimble, which runs examiner going over his books. No a railway stations at Longatlca, between Madison and Milton, ran Into reason can be assigned. The exam and Lublnna. The squadron, a coal barge, sinking it and knocking iner could find nothing wrong with which was violently cannonaded by a hole In the wheelhouse of the ferry. the books. ret According to Collector Ben Marshall batteries, numerous Attorney W. B. Lindsay, of Winof the bondturned safely." chester, will be on the examin- at Lexington, three-fifth- s Tho Teuton and Bulgarian forces ing board of the State Insurance Com- ed spirits and whiskey In the United on the frontier of Greece apparently mission. States is in warehouses In Kentucky. have made no move toward Salonlca, John Sloan, 16 years old, was lodged He further estimates that seven where tho allies have been preparing In Jail at Shepherdsville on the charge tenths of the whiskey produced In the for an attack for several weeks. In of killing Philip Beeler with an "un- United States is made in Kentucky. The prevalence of grippe and Inthe meantime the allies are blowing loaded" gun. np all bridges and culverts that might Mother Evangellsta Blndewald, of fluenza Is not confined to tho humans, prove of aid to the Germans in an Loretto, 68 years old, who has been but also to horses and livestock, acadvance. a sister of the Loretto Order for 4!) cording to Dr. C. N. Tyree, a veterinarian, at Murray, who says that there years, is dead. A loose leaf tobacco floor will bo aro many animals affected In that sec Poisons opened at Providence. The first sale tion of the state. Senator Helen Ring Robinson, of Rttnined in the body causes rheuma- will be when as much as 50,000 pounds Colorado, the only woman Senator in' constipation, have been brought to .the floor. tism, scrofula, malaria, the United States, has been invited to The new $10,000 blood poison. Number ,10 For The Dixon was formally school building at speak in Lexington by tho Fayette' opened with exBlood expels poisons from the body and ercises by tho pupils, patrons, trus- Equal Rights Association. She is at cures blood poison In Its worst form tees and teachers. present with the Ford peace party in! Sold by Wedding's Drug tore. A $100,000 loss was sustained when Europe, but has signified that she' the Ben All Theater of Lexington was will accept tho Invitation. Dr. John F. Jesse, of Waddy, sufdestroyed by fire early Tuesday mornAMNIONS. fered serious Injuries when his maing, s The Lexington Equalization Board chine crashed Into the iron superhas added nearly four hundred thous- structure of the Floyd creek bridge on E. C. Robbins is able to be out again and dollars to their annual assessment the Shelbyvllle pike, thirteen miles after a severe sickness. making the total appraisement In ex- east of Louisville. Thurston Waddy, a companion In the car with him, esmillion. E O. Dutschke was in Hawesville cess of twenty-eigh- t The first visit of "possum hunters" caped serious injury. recently. George Alexander, the Paris banker, is reported In Henderson. when W. H. Dutschke made a business trip James Shoemaker was taken out by who is confined In the Frankfort to Louisville last week. masked men and whipped for alleged Penitentiary, Is reported as seriously ill and permission has been granted to ,hls wife. Uliss Pay Dowell was the guest of Mrs. Marshall Singleton Sunday. Applo growers In Western Kentucky surgeons of Cincinnati to make an examination. Ills wife has made two II. L. Bassett recently visited his par- are having trouble getting satisfac- appeals to Governor Stanley, In an tory prices owing to tlm enormous ents, Mr, and Mrs Harney Bassett. crop throughout the country. They effort to obtain a pardon. Through a challenge two brothers, Rev. II. J. Blackburn filled his regular are now selling at $3 a barrel, D. H. and Andrew Hargls, of appointment here Sunday. The State Federation of Labor, are In their grave. They Miss Gertrude Shellmau, Mrs. Dowell which has ben holding their ronvon-tioboth went out to the corner of their Louisville, have decided upon home, stripped, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dutschke were at and and took a shower dinner guests of W, II. Dutschke Sun- Owensboro as the meeting placo In bath from the drip of the houso dur1917 day. ing a cold winter rain. Both conScores of negroes In Ruckervllle, a tracted pneumonia and both died Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis will move negro settlement In Paris, became within a few hours of each other. .to Stepheusport in the near future and at sight of Miss Floronco Phalln, 18 years old, continue their mercantile business on a and spent the entire day the meteor In church confessed that she shot Hayes Nelso.n . larger scale. praying and fasting. C. & O, expressman, who was found Richard K. McCarney, prominent po- near tho postolllco at Ashland SaturLa Grippe and Fever Cured. litician of Bourbon County, and post- day night, seriously wounded. Miss master of Paris, died at the Memorial Phalln claims that sho shot through "Vour Mendenhali's Chill & Fever Hospital Thursday of stomach and her muff with a revolver Tonic cured my husbutul of LnGrlppe heart trouble, aged 57 years. after Nelson had drawn a gun foland Fever after other remedies failed." The Christian County Good Road i lowing a dispute. One of the sights of the high water LULA C. ROACH, Drlftou, Fin. Association met at Hopklusvllle to Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. discuss tho proposed bond Issue of of last week was a farmer floating $400,000 to build and repair, turnpikes down with tho tide of the river below Munday's Landing and shucking out in tho county. Burns to Death. In shock, which had The Rev. John B, Robinson, of Ful- hiscorn, still off tho tho rapid by carried rise in Newton-vitle- , ton and the ev. A W. Brooks, otf been Kentucky Mrs. Elizabeth Crosby, of the River. He had his John-boa- t Ind., burned to death at her 'Jnlontown, were ordained as priests along and was throwing the ears home Saturday. She was eighty years at Episcopal Church by Bishop Cbas. into it as fast as shucked. E. Woodcock, of Louisville. old. o Cor-binfiftyMil-burPre-gasinanti-crafpanic-stricken London, Jan. 17. The war offlco announced the first British success In Mesopotamia socurcd In many weeks. The British relief force, which recently started from to hasten to the aid of the 45,000 British troops bottled up at ttxty-twmiles aliovo on the Tigris, defeated tho Turkish army after the Turks had considerably hampered Us progress. It then forced tho Otto-ma- n troops to retreat northwestward along tho river to a point astride tho Tigris, twenty-flvmiles below Tho British attacked the Turks there and forced them to ' further. This success represents a gain of twenty-flvmiles for tho relief forces. If the defenders of through a successful sortie en masse, manage to break through the Turkish lines, tho Sultan's army would be put Into a perilous plight. A new drive on Bagdad would be the logical conseIsaml-EllGhcrli- l, o o For tho first time In thirty years tho saloons wero closed In Covington and Newport Sunday. W, L. Bramlett's large warehouse, filled with tobacco, was destroyed by fire at Military Institute. Prof. A. B. Johnson, teacher of physics and mathematics In the Georgetown College, has resigned to accept a position with tho Oneida Institute nt Oneida. Articles of Incorporation wero filed In the County Court Clerk's oHIco nt Faducah by tho West Kentucky Company, which Is capitalized at $10,000. A negro womnn living In tho suburb of Paris, Bourbon County, gavo birth to twin boys, nnd named them Alpha nnd Omcgn, meaning tho first nnd tho last. George Perkins, a prominent planter of Hopkins County, haR hiccoughs which Instcd for a week. Physicians do not understand his condition, but It Is believed to be cancer of tho stomach, "Ycggmen" blow the largo safe In the postolllco nt Wllllamstown, gaining an entrance through a rear door with a Jimmy. There was no money in tho safe, but about $50 in revenue stamps. Will "Skeets" Thomas and Kvcrett "Six" ClnrU, first bootleggers arrested In Georgetown since tho local option law went Into effect, wero given the limit of the law $60 fine and 40 days Auto-mobll- o Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. A TWICE-TOL- D TALE Farmers ; Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the One of inierest to Our Readers. Good news bears repeating, nml when it is confirmed after a long lapse of time, even if we hesitated to believe it nt first hearing, we feel secure in accepting its truth now. The following experience of a Cloverport man is confirmed after three years. W. M Johnson, proprietor restaurant, Cloverport, says: "For si v years, I was I bad afflicted with kidney trouble. pains in the small of my hack and was I lame when 1 got up i" the morning. tired easily, felt languid and was nervous. Dizzy spells and headaches also bothered me. The passages of the kidneys were too frequent, obliging me to get up at night. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me great relief." (Statement given March 5, 190S ) Over three years later Mr. Johnson said: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills and consider them an excellent medicine for kidney trouble." Don't Price 50c, nt all dealers simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that .Mr Co , had. Johnson Props., Buffalo, N V. Poster-Milburn Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead (if Tobacco is carefully looked nflcr nnd sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER L. T. & CarllsU;, with a loss of $12,000. in Jail. DURRETT, Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: fg: Sr'im. ""gZZlr1 Iminfiton, Kj. Save $2Q Nowg $55.00 pays for a FulCDiploma $75.00 Book- - W Why Not Sleep m keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME 'M j In the Open Air? TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for UJNL1M1- - M cata- - W. ig log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. Address H. O. KEESLING, Incur iKTalrd II I $fj President BRYANT & S1RATT0N BUSIMESS COLLEGE I Jj fff Louisville, Kentucky TRY A WANT AD TODAY sismm pouch.) WANTED! CLEAN, OLD RAGS AT THE NEWS OFFICE I every ono who wishes it (Kirch. One a may be built over tho veranda of tho home. If this situation Is not suitable, two heavy poles and somo cleats against the tddo of n houso will support tho platform for tho ned. If It Is not convenient to muku over tho bedroom window into a door, tho bed tuny bo put light close to tho window, and you can crawl through tho window Into the bed. Fresh air is the most Important thing lu the treatment of tuberculosis. Consumptives nil over tho country aro building sleeping lurches so thnt they may sleep out of doors. If fresh ulr Is good for sick peoplo it must also be good for healthy people. Those who havo tried sleeping In tho open on sleeping porches Bay they have never rested so well. Those who get up every morning In winter with headaches und feel generally out of sorts will always find that open windows In sleeping rooms will prevent that sort of feeling. Sleeping light out of doora on u porch is even better. When you build your homo plan for an open nlr sleeping porch Just as you would for kitchen. If you want one now, don't hold back thluklng It will cost a large sum of money. This one wns built for $'X. Build your porch whero It will bo protected from Ktrong.wlnds. It Is also n good plan to provide It witli curtains to keep out tile ruin und sun. ALMOST slot-plu- 1 Woman's Home Companion I j i 1 g S n February "The Rising 1916 BIG SERIALS Tide"chioe Maione "The Geranium Lady" 11 Interesting Pages I in T Picture Section Help For Consumptives. Tho State Tuberculosis Commission. , Frankfort. K.v.. will newl to iy phyl-clanhealth ol'her or consumptive family, on request, n free copy of Its now booklet on tho home euro of tubercu-loslThis authoritative pamphlet Is M "The Most Wonderful Dancers in the World" . in, rau "abating as tne iNewesi r?..ll "Ro!i1 Mnms Worth Convinir" f & f Handicraft Ws Cooking -- Women's Clubs s. prove especially helpful. A ss; us Ser wm i healthy man Is a klni; In his own risht; an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. Tor impure blood and sluggish I'ver, use llurdock Blood Hitters. On the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. Subscribe Today mmmnmA rasiuons r 1 Easy Trlek That Maktf Plain 8om Principles of Physics. If you place mi egg on Hie neck of n carafe almost any ono would say ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Hint It Is Inipnssllilo to put the egg Into the cninfc whole. Vet It can bo CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1916 done, nnd at the sumo I lino an Important principle In nlr pressure can bo proved. Klrst have the (W boiled hard nnd then peel It. Make n torch of folded paper. Ilht and push It Into the carnfe. After It has burned almost out place Husiness Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. the egg oa the neck of the carafe, small end downward, no that It nets per line. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charued for at the rate of 10c ns n stopKT. lint lie sure you do not push It at all. in advance. Obituaries charued for at the rate of 5c per line, money The hent of the Imrnliij: paper hns by this time driven much of the nlr Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. out of the earnfe and heated what remains Inside. When It has tlnnlly burned out the carafe will begin to LA KG EST CITV IN THE WOULD. cool, the air In It becomes cooler and New York clipp.rfiilly admits bolnsr tho larircKt city in the world. therefore tnkes up much less space. London, according to thu cubic, hits' just checked up a census taken in Tho pressure of the atmospheric nlr upou bottle Is outside lflll, nnd Ihh found the city propor, that is, tho county of London, the egg, of the lensthens exerted out gradually which containing 4,521.3.r8 inhabitants. New York in 1910 numbered nnd at last drops Into the carafe with New-Yorn loud "plump." 4,7(i(5,8S3, according to the last Federal Census. This gives metropolis. This revision In this way several Importnnt points an excess of 215,025 over the Hritisb First It Is In physics nre made plain. otthe ligures showed that London authorities had been overplaying seen how heat rarlfles the air nnd when the nlr In the enrnfe cools cretheir population figures by 1100,000, and, that there have been all computation regarding births nnd deaths nnd vital ates a partial vncuntn. Then Is proved in the fact or atmospheric pressure by statistics. Losses in the war undoubtedly have decreased the popu- tho wny In which the egg acts. At lation of London. New York has also lost considerable on account last wo see the egg forced Into the of the war, as many shiploads of reservists have gone from here to carafe, so that the nlr from without mny (111 the vncnnt space. Exchange their homes in Europe at the call of arms. The figures of extra LonJOHN THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 0. BABBAGE, ' BOTTLING AN EGG. Editor and Publisher brief' dispatches I? Ohau collage, Jlonolulu, Is seventy-fiv- e years old. Cuba Is seeking designs for a mom-ora- l of tho battleship Malno. The area of Canada's forests Is more than dotibla nil of Kuropo's. TV Philippines In the first half of 1915 built 13G mllcn of good raod. Spanish pencil makers have ordered thirty tons of cedar from tho United MftsMiir i Isssssil lHIII Sf. EIGHT PAGES. States. Aeronauts nvcr that the barking of a dog can be heard at nn elevation of four c;l!es. Without any disturbance of business Cuba has adopted Its new national colnngo. Baron linns von Beriepsch's "bird paradise" In Thurlngla Is one of tbe wounders of tho world. New Zealand Is to have Its first roof garden, over a slvstory department store now building. A new gas lamp post has a clock work attachment which turns tho light on and off at appointed hours. A microscope so delicate that It of nn Inch will moasure has been Invented by a British scien- inac-ctirac- tist. The crew of the Greok liner has been rescued after ten days' struggle with the continuous Thes-salonl- don and greater New York and suburbs give the American city 132,513 more than tho English. There is no definite standard of compari.-on- . that this metropolitan area, including the Jersey suburbs, would have! I. nt 11 nnn nnn k mon The article "Birds nnd The Kailronds" in this issue reminds us of the birds along the Henderson Koute. Most interesting it is to watch the birds get water at the railroad tank at Irvington, and to see them gather particles of food that have fallen from the freight cars near the Union Station in Louisville. Immediate interest is being rxprefl for the birds by the railroads and, we are glad to ee that the Iuderson Uoute i a benefit to our birds and careful of our dumlfuruaN Huilroads are not onlv a benefit to humanity, but thoRliev are t'i the bird ..and dumb animals, Railroads . .i .11 I... FS i 'conducted bv human beings una tnev iiiiiko misiaucs mm- an nu ns. If people would just think of the human side of the railroad. the people and patrons would fare better and wo would have railroad-ru- n on highei plains. -- Dr. Walter Laidlow. of the Federation of Churches, estimated ... life-save- - i In Topeka. Kansas, "Oil men in the Saute Fe shop had grip anil were unable to work. No doubt if all the cases were known, there wore even time- - that many who hud grip and went on working ju-- t the same. That man and that woman, who never have time to give up, deserve llower- - and baskets of fruit along with those who are ill. -- We deeply sympathize with the many people who ate ill the-- e cold days. Yel. it furnishes others a great deal of pleasure to them pleasant remembrances, and some are having many happy ex- periences of giving and kindly thinking ut the expense of the sick, CATTLE BETTER PRICE hoge are an uncertain quantity and slow gale at 20 cents below best grades. snIH at .s(I..'!.'l Tnnn hrmiuht $6 SO mnr-hand less. Light Supply Make Better Prices Corn-fe- d From All Directions. Hogs Sell Higher Pens Well Supplied, A nood market prevailed 'on the Louisville market Monday for choice cattle, l'rice ruled 10 to 15 cents higher. The bcs,t brought iS.OO. 7 60 and 7.50. Trashy stcekers and feeders very slow at former prices. There were .'1,393 head of hogs in the pens. Prices ruled 10c to 15 cents higher on corn-feporkers. Doubtful d Cried Uncle Sam: ''I wonder when. These many olows will stop; I have to turn my cheeks so fast I feel just like a top." New York Sun. Traveling Library at Free, For Everyone. Miss Marie McGovern received .1 traveling library from Frankfort Saturday tor the tenefit of everyone at Free, who likes to read. Call to see Miss McGovern and Ret a K"d book free. --- ' rLc CT X- - ?i-- T Cs-v- -T T -- i Birds and the Railroads. i 1 1 . lly Walter H. Hammel. 1 ! v How many of us have ever stopped to think of the number h w ... lii u u..i 11 v ui wiuiur uiius inau wiiuiu uiiuuuuiuuiy oiai vu :r :.. ... ik wur nut r 4 for the food they obtain from tho railroads in tho Northern $ l States? Tho birds ulso obtain water from tho same source, K . . ... ,'i man)' tunes when it would bo impossible to get it anywnote n else. Tho crow gathers many a meal from tho gtain that has been strewn along railroad tracks, dropped from passing cars. X Owls in tho long cold nights of winter have been known to fij seek, as a favorite breeding place, empty grain cars that have been placed on sidings, where there are usually mice to bo S found which furnish tho birds with their most coveted food. x Hluejays, pigeons and sparrows all obtain a goodly supply of jj $ winter rations from grain elevators that aro along tho railroads jj x in many towns throughout th'o country, the bold English spar-- $ 5j v row oven entering grain cars whenever opportunity oilers. To tho railroad tracks, which aro tho first places from 'h X y. which tho snow disappears, tho birds come nnd find what a x X kindly providence, has ordered for them. also obtain life's necessaries along tho ft Quail and phae-au- ts y roadbeds of railioads. An instance- is recalled when, a few y years ago, the heavy snow making it impossible for the.-- o birds ft y to get anything to cut, large quantities of grain were thrown ft .,j iroin ine piatiorm ot an oD.scrvatioii caroi a pis.senger train. . .... .... - The water tanks at various points along tho railroads aro not allowed to freeze, and it is nut uncommon for the birds to sources. It 'ot water that trickles from the - e must bo seen, then, that tho railroads aro a benefit to the birds, l ii nil I lmlin.ve tlmv iniirlit, u'ldl bit to irri'iitnr nil vniilinri, in y distributing food for tho birds whenevur tho time and the placo are suitable. Dumb Animals. Is iiever-failin- g ti-- !k ''; 5; a It y 7Z-7-!t 73vT v&71i 772 T&TZD 7&7Si 71i v&7& ?3 every hotel, apartGREEKS. MODERN ment building and private house must have a tag on It bearing the name of They Show Little of tho Grace of Their the nwner. Famous Ancestors. The German armed steamer Klngani Apilust the background of antlipiity British naval It Is easy to project the ties of senti- surrendered to the. Tangauyika, Cenon Lake ment which bind the life of the Cireclc of today to that of the classic worthies tral Africa. Engineers have proposed to dam from whom he claims direct descent, and it was with only a sllsht shock the Niagara river near Its outlet to power In adthat 1 learned that the man who produce 2,000,000-hors- e brought me my morning colTee at the dition to that now derived from the legation bore the tremendous name of falls. And yet It Is dlllicult to Themistocles. "William Wnllaco Spenco, of Baltivisualize the modern Athenian with more, who died tho other day at tho those who once walked his streets. age of ono hundred. Is said to have Thinking of Ilnnicr. of Praxiteles and started llfo In America with a strong of I'hidkis. one looks for Helen, for determination to reach that age. riermes and for Athene, but the only Examination by the European Helen I ever saw In Alliens was an mummies American girl, married to a member of scientists of the cabinet and whose gulden lialr. has shown that tuberculosis of the blue eyes and classic features made spine and malaria were common disher'at once the reigning hostess in the eases In Egypt fifteen centuries ago. city. And It Is only in the Islands or Korty states of tho Union have deep In the country, where the Alba- taken some legal action toward safenian llood which swept across the At- guarding the sanitation of the public tic plain has never reached, (hat one school buildings, according to a recent lluils the facial lineaments and the bulletin Issued by tho federal bureau bodily grace which the ancient sculptor of education. has taught the modern world as being Dr. W. T. Grenfell, noted for his common to all Greeks of classic time. flshorfolk, among This survival persists chlelly among work accepted tho Iahrndor an Invitation to take tho children, because incessant loll and has unit scanty nourishment soon deprive both chargo of a division of a hospital Harby boys nnd girls of their native grace that has been sent to Franco and stamp them with the Ineradicable vard university. New piers begun by tho city of marks of a life of labor. Former United States Minister to Greece George II. New York during the last two years Moges In National Geographic will furnish 30,550 feet, or almost seven miles of wharfarge space, and f and approximately forty-nvThe Poor. acres ot dock space. We all love the poor. It would be A dynamometer mounted on an orentirely unnecessary, If not positively dinary dray Is used by the United caddish, to say that we hate the poor. States department of agriculture to But there are two kinds of poor the register the tractive force required individual poor and the collective poor. to draw various weights over differIt Is not the Individual poor that we ent' kinds of roadways. love; It Is the collective poor. It Is not Francisco's school government the poor that we know and sec. but Is San determined to stamp out the high tho poor that we do not know and school fraternity system, and has rehave neither time nor Inclination to cently Issued Indefinite suspensions We are afraid If we see them look at. of promiwo shall eeaso to love them. We never to thirty students, members nent families in the city. say. "God bless tho coal heaver or Resolutions calling for military the motormnn." For them we tlud our to meet a national emerexecrations for not contributing to our gency "which will arise within the comfort just so and so and so. It Is witli great fervor, however, that next twelve of thirteen months" were we can say. "God bless thp poor." be- passed by tho advisory board of tho cause tho poor do not Interfere with American Defence Society. our comfort to the slightest degree. According to a French slcentlst, Life. birthmarks in families not now of good social position Indicate that they Making Tommy Attractive. are of knightly descent, the mark bedaughter ing due to the fact that their possEthel, the of a family that resides In an uptown essors' ancestors wore armor. apartment house, recently said to bcr A ranchman in the Santa Clara valmother: ley, near San Jose, Cal., who wished "Mother, I wish you'd wash Tomto trim an eucalypus tree on his place, my's face." hot the branches off with a rifle. Now, Tommy was the son of tho man whose apartment adjoined theirs, so It Is approximately 120 feet to the mother was both alarmed and aston- lowest branch of the tree, and 140 to the top of It. ished. Mrs. Hattle Henaon, a Danville wo"The Idea!" she exclaimed. "Why. he's a neighbor's child I I have nothing man, convicted of killing Robert Crouch, a neighbor, In a quarrel said to do with him." "But I have." explained Ethel. to have been over barking the ot dags, "We've become engaged, and 1 want collapsed when a verdict was to kiss him." Youth's Companion. and she was sentenced to prison from three to four years. Facts About the Sun. That prison reform, now agitated Scleuflits estimate the volume or la America, In an old measure, Is size of the suu ut more than 1,000,000 shown by a report from Japan that times that of the earth. Its mass at the Japaneso tried out the idea over more than 300.000 times and Its densitwo ceuturles ago. Toklo prisons were ty about 50 per cent more than water, established In the seventeenth cenbut they have not attempted to express tury. It worked out satisfactorily, Us weight In ligures. They estimate but was abandoned for some reason that the attraction of gravitation alone not known. at the surface of the sun Is twenty-seveAs a result of the war, American times that of the earth, so that glass manufacturers have discovered a -- 00 pound man on tho earth would that the supposedly superior cluy weigh more thali .1.000 pounds at tho they havo been Importing from Gersun. provided he could stand the tem- many Is really Inferior to tho domestic perature long enough to be weighed. clay. Well trained German salesmon It seams, had hypnotized them into Bobwhite. believing that tho Imported substance The male quail, or bobwhite. de- was better for tho rofactory pots In serves honorable mention among gal- which glass Is melted. linaceous birds because he Is particuWhen Socrotary of the Stato von larly good to his wife. He always engaged on eggs nnd If any- Jngow, of Germany, Is not helps her to hatc.Ii her a diplomatic noto or something he's thing keeps her away will take the a cartoonist ana decorator, as you whole duty on himself. enter his big office you noto a large, clean blotter on his desk. As ho talks Disaster. gradully covers tho blotter with Knlcker Were you cuught In tho ho your umbrella? Bockcr pencil sketches, humans, animals 'and storm without ot things. It Is said that Worse still; I was caught without all sorts any one else's umbrella. Now York his servant brings him a now blotter tor every visitor. Sun. ! Mag-ozlne one-halss twelve-year-old n galea. In 1Mb Angeles HAVE YOU MADE YOUR WILL? IF YOU HAVE, BRING TO US; WE WILL KEEP IT "SAFE" FOR YOU. IT OUR TRUST COMPANY WILL CARRY OUT THE DIRECTIONS IN YOUR WILL AND MAKE AN EXACT ACCOUNT OF EVERY PENNY YOU LEAVE BEHIND. IF YOU HAVE NOT AND MAKE OUR MADE YOUR WILL, MAKE IT TRUST COMPANY YOUR EXECUTORS. TO-DA- Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF.HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURQ, KY. Money Loaned 9 v. on approved security at reasonable rates at p. The Bank That is Steadily Growing WATCH US! Bank of Cloverport, Cloverport, Ky. I "RUBBER $ Special Prices On . ROOFING 99 f Samples Furnished on Request. . We can please you in Price and Quality. Write tor Samples. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated HQ JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. d A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE PROFITABLE Gets Repeat Orders A Good Flour For The Bakers Makes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write fis LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. NICE, CLEAN Wanted at This Office at Once tfA Breckenrfde News 10, 1910 here Saturday on business Is the1 live wire of Mr. Schopp Vl if . WEDNESDAY, JAN. Kntered at the Post Oflllce at Olorcrport. Ky as second class matter. body Invited. Rev. Reeves, of Irvlngtou, held most THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN helpful services at the Presbyterian ADVERTISING DY THE church and was the guest of Mayor Hamman and Mrs. Ilamman. President R. Jf. Hudon and Mrs. GENERAL OFFICES Hudson, of the L,, II. & St. L. R'y., NEW YORK AND CHICAGO spent the week end on the road in their RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES private car, spending Sunday In Clover-porRATE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Stephen port. The Parent Teachers Association will meet Friday afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock. Refreshments will be served. Every '3 W 8l r t s . ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Notk Advertlicrn plrim- - notify the when you want advertisement discontinued. Mothers will save lots of time and worry be-- g sides the satisfaction and pleasure it will give them W to inspect our Sr g Children's Ready - to - Wear Dresses U & Children's Aprons and .v. Slip-on- s t. For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices For State and District Offices f 16.00 mother. 10 For Calls, per line All persons knowing themselves In10 . For Cards, per line debted to me for City or School Taxes For All Publications in the inter will pleaic settle same by January -- 0, est of individuals or expression it they wish to save cost on same. L. 10 of individual views per line V. Chapln, Collector. There will be a postponed sission of Train Schedule on the Church Conference ut the Metho- Mrs. Joe Kallon, of Xlchnlasville, arrived here Monday night to place her $ 2.C0 children in school here. Thev will 5.00 make their home with their grand- Mules For Sale COU SAI.H Two horse mules, four yearn 1 old, Unlit Imy, 15 hands; one lilm-III, hands lilslii hrokiv- - lleuuehtunp & llurton. Myotic, Ladies' Bungalow Aprons and House Dresses $j & : K. tJ fefif ( Light ) As a L i Hunt, v For Sale Fancy Quilt HAI.K Fancy llkiiillt, worked, lined llnl.lied nicely. I'rlne !I0. Ilcrtliu (Irienwe,!!, Cloverpurt, IvV, ft KB FOR Horse (rood, safe fin. II y hone. POIIHAI.K-- A work anywhere. V. II. (Ireenwell, Clo. vcrport. Ky, Farm For Sale 130 land FOU HAI.K miles ncre llmeslori! valleyschool 1 south of Kirk, near and rhurchts. Oond Rriiln. clover and Kuril y Iiuicl; well wittered with sprlniisj Improve, ments lurce loliieco linrn arid stuck Ikinis one dwrlllnu, 7 rooms and two tenant houses l'rlce low Imlf cash and liiiUncium terms to mlt. purchaser. Further li formation wrlto J. ,M. Crenshaw, lliirdlnshurK No. 1, Ky. Blacksmith Shop blacksmith ship and dwell KlrL. Ky For particulars call or write to It K. Scrojjclns. Kirk, Ky. For Rent For Sale w Its iti iX ?Sj Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Middies Ladies' Wash Skirts for $1.00. Ladies' New Silk Shirt Waists $1.25 to $2.50. Ladies' Shirt Waists at 50c. Lots of Good Things to Offer Let Us Show You The L, H. & St. L. R'y. Effective September No. 142 19, 1915. dist church. Wednesday night, January II) Reports will be read and business of importance transacted. All members who can do so sho Id be present. Askins-Gilbert. Feather" EAST nOtlND !)il5 A. M. will Icavi- - Cloverport .10:10 A. M. Arrlflwr Irvington Mrs Jesse Ask ins and Horace GilIrfiulsvllle Arrlvtne I30'V ? No. 144 will lonvo Cloverport ... . - 4:52 P. M. bert were married in Lonisvillo Thurs5:40 P. M. Arriving Irvinjtton 7:40 1. M. day at the home of the bride's sister. Airlvlnit Louisville 5:0? A. Jl. No. 140 will leavoClovcrnort 5:51 A. 31. Mrs. Gilbert was a widow and is a Irvington ........ Arriving Mr. Gilbert pleasant young woman. WEST IIOOND A. M. has recently returned to his home at No. 141 will leave Clovcrport . 12:04 1. J Arriving (Iwensboro Arriving lt:5J I'. XI. Stephensport from the Phllllpine Is' Arriving Henderson K JI Evansvlllo his country 7:40 P.M. lands, where he served Arriving St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 7:09 P. M. fifteen years. No. 143 will leave Clovcrport 7:30 P. M. Arriving Ilawesvlllo Arriving Owtnsboro... . .... 8:18 P.M. will make their home for the present P. JJ. on her farm near Clovcrport. No. 115 will leave. Oloverport 12:aSA. M. Arriving Owcnsboro 1:4SA. M. Arriving Henderson 2:15 A. M. Arriving Evansvllle Below Zero at Kirk. 7:40 A.M. Arriving St. Louis 0:30 A. M. 147 will leave Clovcrport No. W L. Withers went to Louisville 7:40 A. M. Arriving Owcnsboro 9:00 A. M. Monday, and said at Kirk, the weather Arriving Henderson registered below zero. 10-. tempting and wholesome jelly Rolls, Cakes,Hiscuitsandothcr good things! My! but fluffy, lalk about & & & & poll ItENT-- AIn liar house & BAKING POWDER certainly beats the band for for sure results purity, economy and wholesome bakings. Tell your mother to try Calumet Baking Pow der on the money-bac- k guarantee. Received Highest Awmuj Kiui Cm! Bill Fnr Su Slif In rtuniCtn. For Sale horn hull, weight uioverport, Ky. 10.V) pMIt llrood mures (land ReldlnpiZand 4 years lbs Stock years old; pilr old; cool Short H A. L. Iliillinan, J. I C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. jjjj For Sale 9J Acre Farm sell at a burvnln a farm of in ncres; Rood toba-c- o land; nice orchiird; well watered; all under fence; Rood dwelling and Isrce cellar; rood burn nrd out bulldlnirs. Call on or write me J, K. Wt'thliiRton, Hard-lnsbur- Ky. 3(XX)OOGOO(XXX)CXXXXX)OOOQC90C C. L. BEARD Life . Local News and Personal Paragraphs About ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions., Church Announcements. Peo- fi 1 .it Insurance and Real Estate Cskride. Attorney Hardlnsburn. Ky. K. The Herald Misinformed. The Herald desires to call attention to an article published on Its Ilrst page, column 7, of November 4, 1915,. in which it was erroneously reported that ,Mr. Wade Pile, of Moult Precinct, s Office willi J. d 7j !?7. MADE y the iu$rf I Buy Now! (II VI2 HICLOW a list of article for Women. Girts ami . liildrtn upon which we have cut the price rlht down to the Wo want to ell tliem in n hurr , for our re v goods will be alont we must mike a place on our f.u them. Don't lies soon, and ttale : minute, but come rlht in now. Tliee on(k, and the prleet at whtch we ore sel ini; them, appeal even to people l,n do need Manv h.'v jn .t because thev 'ire such b irnat-..s- , and i m tliem it a luture liin- -. lIC li.-.r- EVERY WOMAN SHOULD p Dr. Jesse Baucum fv- llrvckonrldge count, had participated in election ineguiatltk-The Herald now desires to state that it was mr misinformed concerning Mr. Pile and The river is felling slowly disavows any statements in that article Clatnle Mercer, of HardinsbuJg, was concerning him Louisville Herald. here Saturday. Mrs. Jas B. Randall went to Louis Gets Promotion. vllle yesterday. Uuyene McGary, a Ureckanridge Miss Iiliza Miller of Hardinsburg, county young man, has been made spent Saturday here. foreman of the manufacturing departMrs. J. Raleigh Meador is visiting at ment of the Sheet Metal Specialty her home in Gltn Dean. Ind. Mr. McGary Co , of Goshen, Paul and Russel Compton, of Har- commenced work for this company as a regular hand last November. His dinsburg, yent to Louisville Monday. Mrs. Hovlous Behen spent Wednes- promotion speaks well for his work and day in Hawesv lie the guest of relatives! his ability as a mechanic. O. T. Skillman, cashier of the Breck- Trains on Time. enridge Bank, was in Louisville Mon- Is golnf Route The Henderson day, Miss Marcartt Skillman is in Louis through the flood and bad weather Its service ville the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James without a break In trains. is good and trains on time, both on the Skillman. main line and branch. Mrs. H. V. Duncan will be hostess to Reading Club tomorrow the Ladies' The Weather Changeth Not. afternoon. The oldest weather diary known to Miss Eva May went to Louisville bo in existence was kept by u LincolnMonday to hear Mischa Elman, the no- shire parson. William Merle, close on COO years ugo. From 11137 to 1314 ho ted violinist. up. often day by day, in LatCaseyville, spent wrote it Gordon Cooper, of in, and his manuscript, being on velthe week eiid the guest of Mr. and Mrs. lum, was somehow preserved and is Merle did not now In the Bodleian. John Cooper. E. B. Edmondson was called to Bran- trouble himself with the popular lore denburg Monday on account of the ill- about "skyey influences." .but stuck to an uccurate record of fact. In the spirness of his sister. it at least of the modem meteoroloRemember that Beard's Red Tag gists. And from his Jottings it seems sale is now on. You'll miss bargains that ho had pretty much the same if you don't attend. kind of weather to deal with as folks Thompson and her In his parish of Frllby experience now. Simms Mrs. of six mother, Mrs. Sterett, of Louisville, are Contrary to theory, the changes centuries have not reduced the number visiting in Hawesyille. of wet days In tho year. London Vic Robertson bought three mules Chronicle. from Hawkins Smith for $47$, and one Vanilla Beans. from Tom Frank for $105. The vanilla bean Is the costliest bean The Wednesday Club will meet this in the world. It flourishes In Mexico, afternoon at the home of Miss Margaret chiefly In Papantla and Mlsantla. It grows wild and Is gathered and marBurn and Miss Edith Burn. keted by the natives. Just as they Moorman, of Louisville, come from the forests tbo beans sell at Mrs. Jack came last week to visit Mrs. Saltie $10 per 1,000. After the beans and cured they are worth from Moorman, who is ill of grip. to $11 a pound, according to qualto Louisville $10 Mrs. D. H. Severs went ity. They are used by druggists and last Wednesday, and was the guest of confectioners and are an Important articio of commerce. Mr, "and Mrs. Roscoe'Severs. y7, J.Schopp, of Stephensport, was Warning Him. "My dear. can glvo you a satisfactory explanation of my delay In getting homo this evculng." "You may huve an explanation. A. Henry, but 1 can tell you in advance that It won't bo nntlsfnetory." Detroit DENTIST Kreo Press. arc-drie1 :m Permanent Teleplione 56-- J DemtSst Clovcrport, Ky. rt 50 White Wasli Silk V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Real Estate Sold ami KxclmrRKl. Deeds, Contracts, Kit., Prepared anil ncKnowk-dyed- , Shirt Waists, 1916 models: worth $1.50; at 10 days' price of Suits Cloverporl, Cheap and big canBaldngPo wders do not saveyou money. Calumetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. YOU Kentucky WILL LIVE LONGER AND BE HAPPIER Size 34 to 44. Get one early. Six different styles 98c Ladies' Cloak and Coat Coat Suits formerly sold at $12.50, for 10 davs to close at $7.98 Cloak cut one-hal- f. First first served. come, Ky. jj Honor Roll, Fourth Month. Tula Babbage. None. If You'll BLUE Use Only RIBBON g -- ED. ALEXANDER'S Busy Store, Irvington, Senior Forest Weatherholt, Emily Held, Mary Pate. Zlvola Kramer and Jane Sophmore Lightfoot. Freshman Louise Weatherholt, Ruth Lamb, Lora Carson, Chlora May Sea-toJunior Eighth Grade Lillian Buckby, Chas. FLOUR For Baking Fine Biscuits, Pies, Cakes and Delicate Pa.-triManufactured by cs STALLIONS, JACKS AND FILLIES FOR SALE- - L. Mogan, Marian Allen, Gladys Hemphill, Francis Atwood, Christine MaiMills lman, Cathleen Christ, Lillian Dugan, 9 Cannclton, Ind. Cecil Hall, Frank. Lamb, Elsie May, Kathleen Squires, Eva Wroe, Curtis Weatherholt, Allie Clark, Conley Arnold. have received a wonderful blessing in Seventh Grade Bessie Adams, Ruby extending both kindness and substanWett, Harry Dorst, Harry Crist, Mary tial assistance to many. And this Cannelton Flour .st dam Ileau Chief 3381, by Montgomery Chief 4361, by Ilourbaii Chief 976. by Ileau llrummcl 800. 2nd dam by Happe Cross 52 3rd dam by Von Moltlie. He has A chestnut sorrel stal Ion, 8 years old, 16' . hands high, weighs "375 lbs woven himself a great sire; his colts winning wherever shown. Lieutenant Hare 6363 and General Dare 6.135, by Lincoln Dare 3639, by Dignity Dare I9S2, by Chester Dare 10 Dam by Denmark Dare 13 o, by Chester Dare 10 These are b.i stallions three and four vears old. 16 hands hiuli. with horses. high style and action and all the prospects of making high-clas- s A black Jack with white points, 15JS hands high, weighs 1,01x1 pounds, seven years old, has splendid bone and compactly built and nil right in every way. Also two registered four year old fillies, two unregestered fillies and five geldings three nnd four jears old, GREEN BROTHERS, FALLS OF ROUGH, KY. Cristiana Ilamman, Eva Jolly, Julius true of so many cities, towns and comHardin, Fannie Lishen Kramer, Kath-erin- e munities and it is to know that Elsie May McKau Cloverport is numbered among them. McCracken, ghen, Jennie Ruth Matbeny, Raymond O'Connell, Eleanor Reid, Selma Sippel, SOLDIERS AND CANES. Margaret Sutton, Alfred Wroe,( Leonard Weatherholt, Leslie Berry, Jessie Lee English Military Men Mutt Not Go Out t'o-o- Have You Tried a Package of Green-well'-s ROAST BEEF When tender, juicy uiul tino lluvored it is an ideal incut for tho Sunday dinner and you 1110 assured of ideal rousts when they aro pur:huscd at Burden. Walking Empty Handed. He-ma- Malaria Remedy? If not get a package ut once. If results are not satisfactory vour money refunded. It drives out malarial poison and gives tone lo the whole svsteni. Stop taking calomel and quinine until you have used one puckage of this great remedy. You will then be comincedof its merit. Sent bv mail postpaid on receipt of price (50 ceuts), or see me at my home on school house hill, Dr. W. Walker Sixih Grade Mary Keil, Vera Moorn man, Mabel Beavin, Paul 'Elder, Bessie West, Damien Allen, ' Lewis, Ellis Carson. Fifth Grade Erie Robertson, Dessle Brown, Cbristiaca Keil, James Buckby, Jaunita Matheny, Nannie Hall, Anna Mae Tatum. Fourth Grade Samuel E. Conrad, Robert Oelze, Maggie Tabeling, Oletha Tabellng. Third Grade Catherine Brown, Carrie Mae Jaqkson, Luclle Kinder, Corene Qulgglns, Truman Hinton. Second Grade Arad Scott, lleulah Nation, Bernardino Carter, Walter Gllliland, David Conrad, Damon Joliu-son, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Teeth which require treatment should be attended to at once. Untold suffering and incidentally a good many dollars saved by having your teeth kept in a good condition. r Eva Mne Johnson. First Grade Anna Elizabeth Keith, Might Be Worse. Maiden Aunt (lo little nephew on n Forest Jackson, Vernon Hinton, Isadore visit) You're not getting homesick. Brown, Geneva Robinson, Mike Pop-haVirginiu Downs, Samuel Adams. no. uuntle: Willie? Little Iloy-O- li. It's even duller nt home. London . Opinion. Sound Advice. ' Winter Charity. Inlay and Plate Work a Specialty Open Day and Night oier Bank el Hardlntburg & Olflct Trust Co. The city of Clovcrport, the churcies If you arc in the habit of being an and lodges, and many Individuals have Innocent bystander lake treatment for had the pleasure of doing a great deal your Innocence or cease hysttuidliig of social service during tho recent cold Judge. The door of every home and wave. Wo canuot live better than in beck- heart has opened to the unfortunate, ing to become better nor tnoro agree-tbl- y the sick, the worthy and unworthy, and than by having a clear no one in need has been turned away Socrates. without help. The town and people It 'Is one of the regulations of the British army that every soldier when walking out must carry lu his hand n stick In order to preserve a soldierly appearance and prevent anything like slouching lu his gait. This rule applies to all rauks, anil should any 0110 seek to evade it he would And his progress barred by tho sentry at tho barrack gate or entrance to camp. Privates generally carry light canes or ''swngger sticks." noncommissioned officers fairly stout sticks, and olllcers Invariably go in for tho more expensive klud. It is n question that has often been asked. Who llrst suggested tho Idea? But nobody seems to know. from tho earliest times drill and drum majors have carried sticks, and the fashion may Imvo coino from that fact. Soldiers as a rule buy their own sticks, but lu one or two regiments a recruit is prosenied with uno wheu ho gets Ids uniform. If this gets lost, however, ho has to buy tho next and subsequent ones. ' There Is n story told of a soldier 0110 day who couldn't Hud Ids cane ami. knowing he would bo challenged if ho didn't have something lu his hand, quietly picked up a poker mid passed through the gate all tight with It lu his list. Dundco Advertiser. ts Sipes' Meat Market W. H. GREENWELL, Box 161, Cloverport, Ky. You can have rib or rolled roast as you prefer. Everything you may want in tho meat lino and all tho liest. TO REGULATE OCEAN RATES Sipes' Meat Irvington, Market, Ky. British Government Fixes Price to Be Charged on Cotton Shipments. Tho llrltlsh Now York (Special): government has ilxod nn ocean rnto of two dollars a hundred pounds on cotton shinned from this country to Kngland In Ilritlsh vessels with confiscation of tho offending ship as a penalty for overcharge, according to advices received by cotton traders hore. Tho provnlllng rates on cotton to Orent Ilritaln from American ports, now aro Bald to rangu from J2.C0 to $3 a hundred pounds, tho high rates being Induced by shortago In tonnage. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. 4G2 5th St. toulsvilee, Ky. Olllce Hours: 0 to 0 a. m, 12 tol2 anil G to 9 p. m Read all the Ads. Subscribe To-da- y. Writ I CHANGE DOCTORS? yOU'VT? Prince Albert is such feiosadly tobacco that it just makes a man scrry ho didn't got wind of this pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ngo. Ha counts it lost time, quick ns tho goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his lifel The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch ! Get on the scon as you know howl Understand yourself how much you'll like right-smoke-track THt? OfJLV STATf ' lkm or THe sivk me 'sA 'A. 1 you kiSw YEMrt ' OpT TO ' the mvtneH went ohpdr yaure AND KNOWNOTHIMO ABOUT THU ItAVj WHO I V. TW gH rt&EWM curb ' rMt!lt$m IJ.U1 knJVlWH ! &' I I s ZrA 1 ') tt. c. TAULt Insurance Office ' f Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Ifiv. , the national joy smoho . IB? 1 1 ml4 L wm 1 MUST HURRY TO CATCH UP. Insurance. Old Reliable Companies L y Henr Trent J j I It stands to reason, doesn' t '" Watch your slep! It'a eaty to change the thnpo and color of unialnblo brands to imitates the Prince Albert tidy red tin, but it it impottibtc to imitr.tc the flavor of I'rinco 1 Albert tobacco Tho patented process protects that! satisfyyourfondestdesires? Men, get us right on Prince Albert We tell you this tobacco will prove better than you can figure out, it's so chummy and fragrant and inviting all the time. Can't cost you more than 5c or 10c to get your bearings bagi. Set tidy ted tint, lOct hand tome pound and halfpound tin humidoreandin that ctaety cryital - glate pound humidor eponge-moUten- it, that if men all over the nation, all over the world, prefer P. A. that it must have all the qualities to Jm I.W.Trent P. L Dali : Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and jj Buy Prinem Albert everywhere! tobacco U told in toppy red top that with kempt the tobacco in such great trim I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Sale- Kentucky is making progress with her present school system, but It Is not nearly fast enough. She is so far down tho line in the list of the states in educational matters that she must hurry even faster than she is now going to merely catch up with tho main portion of the procession. The main obstaclo to tho rapid progress is the necessity for the changing of tho Superintendent of Public Instruction every four years. No two school men, no matter how well equipped they may bo for this most Important position, can have exactly the same ideas and ideals. So, while a new Superintendent Is striving to adjust himself to tho work begun by the man leaving the ofllce, or doclding what changes are to bo made, the school machinery must at least slow down and times is lost. Thero Isn't a man, woman or child in Kentucky who doesn't wish to secure better rural schools and more ofllcient school system. The biggest single thing thoy can do is to take the system out of politics. The next biggest thing is to allow the superintendent to succed himself, if ho has shown that ho can really do constructive work. No one wishes the child-lif- e of the state hampered or hurt by their having poor schoolhouses or a weak system. The Superintendent is not to blame because he is absolutely tied hand and foot by tho Constitution of Kentucky. If he is set free, both the man and tho system will be placed In a position to do real work for the school children of the state. Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary' Surgeon Ollice Trent i Walls' LirerSlablt Prepared to Treaf all AnimalDiseases Special Attention Given Calls at all Hours 1o DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. N. C M. E. CHURCH, South GIVE PEOPLE GREAiER POWER The people of Kentucky ore interested, deeply interested, in education, r.s is shown by the advance made In tho last ten years. The people want development and advancement to be of a strong and lasting type, but this can not bo accomplished either ra.ildly or consistently so long as the school system remains in politics. Eery good citizen and parent In the state wants the management of their ch'ld's educational advantages divorced from politics. The Superintendent of Public Instruction is a constitutional officer and must bo elected at a regular election of state officers, and he can not succeed himself. To make this a little p'ainer, it might be well to state that the name Superintendent of Public Instruction is one cf tho many names on the ballot, and interest In tho election is centered, not on him, but upoa the head of the ticket. Frequently a state ticket is elected on a big public issue, absolutely foreign to school matters, and the result is the Superintendent of Public Instruction goes into ollice, not as a school man, but as part of a successful party ticket. No business bo carried on with thorough sucret. if the general manager know that at the end of four years he must give up his position to a new and untried man, no matter what progress he was making. This Is exactly what the state Is now doing with its important business, the bttslness of manufacturing strong citizens out or the raw material of child-life- . It is proposed to amend tho Const! tutlon of the state by striking from bections 91, 93 and 95 of the Constitu tion the words "Superintendent of tho Public instruction." Tho objects to be accomplished bj this amendment are to enable the peo pie of this state to take the office o' Superintendent of Public Instruction out of politics and to continue in office for a longer period than four years any Superintendent whose conduct of the office Is highly efficient. Under the operation of the Constitu. tion, which compels the election of Superintendent of Public Instruction for a term of four years, and which makes this ofllcer ineligible to succeed himself, the people are preventod from eliminating the oflice from politics and prohibited from retaining in office an efficient officer. The public, in urging this change, should bear In mind tho fact that even with the quickest action possible under the law this amendment would not be elfectlvo until the candidate elected next August will have served his full term, so that no complications or ill feeling need l;o dveloprd. SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARMED. S. II. Davis, iiur produce 1916 (mim ' JANUARY 1916 . man, was in ap- "Ji '"2. nv Louisville last week Kev. Johnson filled liis regular pointment here last Sunday. 23 jj u . . rttrim irmTcvr The meteor was seen by last Wednesday morning. a few here Ilarilius-bur- 9 iopi! 16 17 23y 78 supper, and enough was left for sev enty more. The young and old all en joyed themselves. Had fine music, and games of all kinds Mr. and Mrs Payne know how to make every one around them see a good time. There could have increased the enjoyment of those was nothing HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- Superintendent, Secretary left undone that Dr. W. A. WALKER, 13MB5 present. Winlield Hendry and family, of Fordsville, visited his brother, Roscoe Henry, last week J. 13 Casham visited his son, A B Cashman, at Stephensport last week. By Johnson, of Garfield, visited his daughtor, Mrs. Grayson Payne, last week. Mrs Annie Matthews was in Wednesday shopping. Mrs. I.uiu Askins was the guest of Mrs. S. M. Crume Wednesday afternoon. V. G. Goodman, our tobacco and produce man, was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Thera Davis and niece, Miss Lotta Davis, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume Thursday night. James Moorman is visiting Mr, and Mrs. II. II. Moorman. Miss Frances Goodman is the guest of her brother, V. G. Goodman, and family. Misses llessie 11. Weatheiford and Nora McCoy and Roy McCoy spent the week end with their parents. They are attending the I!. C. II S. Miss Nevah Miluer. who is teaching at Norton's Valley, spent the week-enwith her parents, Mr and .Mrs I'. I) Miluer. Miss I.otta Davis was the guest of Miss Sylva Holmes last Tuesday. Juiggins was the guest of Miss Jacie Alexander Sunday. The Woman's Missionary Society of Kphesus church met with Mrs. J. M. Crume Thursday afternoon. Misses May and Anna I'ile were in d 25I2027 2829 GARFIELD. KIGKEZT TRIOS TAID Rcml'tance Matl'd on Day Shipment U Received No Commission to Pcy 'mm Mrs. Dan Spradlln, of Irvincton, Is here, the guest of Mrs. Tom Gray. Mrs. Davis Bandy and son, Master Howard Uandy, are here from Louis ville for a few weeks visit with relatives, before leaving for Bowling Green, where Mr. Uandy is in school Prevent Hog Cholera. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder has a record of q5 cures of Hog Cholera. It you teed your nogs as directed, you need never fear hog cholera nor any other hog disease. And the directions are very simple, just about what you are doing, plus a few cents worth of B. A. Thomas Hog Powder in the feed 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, the B. A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing. We not some distant manufacturer pay your money back For sale at Wedding's Drug.Store, Clover-por- t, Ky. Write fcr Price List and Shipping Taga M. Sabel & Sons lacorporatta1 EttiUiikcJ I85 LOUISVILLE. KY. taking a business course. Obed Meadow and family leave thi week for Mattoon, III., their future home. Lum Jones, who has been very sick, is reported better. .Airs. j. u. Kicliardson and sons, AJurrls and Kalpli, spent baturdav in ri'd All About the Legislature The State GET RIO OF THE STUMP LOOK YOU Louisville. Miss Clara Kskrideu spent the week end in Louisville, visltlnp her sister, who teaches there. Mrs. Dee.l'enick lelt to make her future home In Oklahoma. Miss Kinma Carman is visiting rela tlves In Webster. STEPHENSPORT. Ilardiushurg Saturday. V. W. Smith visited Tom Gregory Mr. and Mrs. J I'. Miluer are visiting Sunday their sou, I. D. Miluer, near here. Dr. G. E. Shlvely was In Owensboro Miss Lydla Macy visited Miss Pearl Tuesday. Miss Maud Smith, the principal of our Helle Mattlngly Saturday. school, spent the week end at Hardius-burL. H. Conner, of Louisville, spent the guest of her mother. Sunday with his parents. Poultry Parasites. This is leap year and the wedding Thos. Smith was in Tell City Friday. bells are beginning to ring. You keep the chicken house clean to Mrs. Win, Dowell, of Union Star, is Quiggius, who is studying tele- keep the parasites off the chickens. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. W, graphy with J. M. Crume, visited his You spray to kill germs but what do Dowell. parents, Mr and Mrs. Mack Quiggins, you do to get the germs and parasites H. II. Bennett, Frank Blaine and inside the chickens? nt Madrid last week. liens especially Dr. It. I. Stephenson attended the Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Royalty passed show It nt moulting time and during the funeral of Mrs. Jolly at Sample through here Friday, en route to Hud- the winter. How can you expect them Wednesday. son, whfre they will make their home. to lay? Free them from all internal Godfrey Haswell, of Hardinsburg, parasites by feeding U. A. Thomas was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Miss Anna I'ile returned to her home If it Fox Sunday. near Custer To be present at the w edding I'oiiltrv I'owder occasionally. dosen't make your hens hapuy, wo will of her brother. Mora I'ile, and Miss Congratulations are being received return your money. For sale at 's I'earl Spradliu Sunday. by Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Brumfleld on Drug Store, Clovcrport, Ky. the birth of a son Januar 7. Master Raymond Crume, who has been ill, is able to be out again. Mrs. Forrest Beavln, of Kansas City, LODIBURG. Mo., Is visiting relatives here. Miss Jluhsie Miluer was the guust of her sister, Mrs. C. M. Aldridge, ThursMrs. Maggie Hall has sold her place day night near town to Geo. Huycraft Jas Watllngton spent the week-enOnly four more weeks of school here with his brother, Nat VVatliiugtun, at Mrs. A B. Crow ford and grand mid the pupils will be sorry when it is llardiiibbiirg. daughter, Elizabeth English, left Sungone. Miss .Murl Bisham and Edgar Cotnp- - day for New Orleans to spend the re ton vUtted friends in Irvington last mainder of the winter with Mr. and Constipation and Indigestion, week. Mrs. J. B. Crawford. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets The pound pirty given by Mrs. and must say they are the best I have j Grayson I'ayne last Saturday evening The Full Formula ever used for constipation and Indi- - was quite a success. The long table gestion. My wife also used them for In the dining room groaned under the of "Penslar White Pine and Spruce indigestion and they did her good," weight of the good things upon It. Balsam" Is on the label so 'you can see writes Eugene S. Knight, Willlming-to- n, There were ten fine cakes and other what a good cough medicine it Is. 25c N. C. Obtainable everywhere. good things la proportion. Seventy ate at Wedding's Drug Store. Wed-dincd j TELL yoUR HERE. SONnY. (S SJ Journal K Capital. j . Of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. COnlyDaily Paper at thevState From Now Until April 1, 1916 For 50 Cents Less Than 5, Cents a Week No other paperwlll have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Cnpital this Is your chance. Keep in touchlwith Slate politics and see what your Reprerentatives ' are doing. Send all Subscriptions'.to The'Breckenridge News SCHOOLS ARE THE KEYS. I rocds, lino fnrrns, blooded stock, real homos, and every good thing in life. loso their fertility. Good roads without a real citizenship go to pieces. Fine stock without technical skill loses its value. Iteal homes without tho light of education grow dark and dismal. The school is tho only safeguard' In our stato or In any neighborhood. Fine, strong rural schools and tho children on Kentucky's many farms aro tho keys which alone can, unlock the door to a glorious golden future for tho dear old Commonwealth. Cloverport, Ky. Fine farms, good roads, comfortable homos, uml blooded stock in a community uro things to have, but thoy do not uuccssarlly develop good schools for tho children of all tho people That this Is true cau be scon by a day's drive through many of the richest and moat prosperous counties In old Kentucky. But good schools, sending out into tho community year after year a steady stream of educated citizens, moans that they will produco good Farm lands without trained brains, cold and was nearly down tick In bed. I bought two bottles of Clianilierlain's Couch Remedy and It was enly a very lew uays until l was completely re stored to health," writes O. J. Met-cal- f, Weatherby, Mo. If you would The Gist of It. "Last December I hi a very severe know the value of this remedy, ask any one who bat used It. Obtainable- everywhere. i f r IJRF!RAl5t SUPPORT AusUMkK OMAN SUFFRAGE : NIGHT RIDERS CONVICTED MAY NOT ACCEPT BLOCKADE ...ill. D..nr.A .WJIlipiUIUlSe jyjm f of Forestalling Wide Prohibition .Y Taylor. Senator Williams' bill seeks to limit tho number of cars In a train to 80. I Senator Knlfiht Introduced a bill to amend Scctlbn G4 of the constitution UIJIU&C t0 permit the enactment of a work men's compensation act. State- Practically tho same bills wcro Introduced In the House. T SUBMIT TO PEOPLE Redlttrlctlno Promised to Remove Re- of Bills publican Complaint-Sco-res Introduced, Many Are Nearly Identl- cal. FRANKFORT Ky (Special.) All of the Democratic platform recom- mendations will bo adopted at this sos- of tho Legislature with the pos- slblo excel. Jon of that covering re- vislon of tho state's revenue and tax- atlon laws, which may bo handled at a special session for that specific pur- n f nnvnmnr a n Stanley, according to leaders In po- lltlcal circles. Tlmra la n rhnnpn fnr Hin Wnmfln suffrago amendment to bo passed which will submit the question to tho voters next year. It is claimed that many of tho Liberals are In favor of i,io , n fnrotnii nn.i rnmnrnmUo f !, ment. i .i.tM. nrnLihiiinn nmnnrt. ilnnht uo uuuuk it nut li ... crr Stanley County, a partition of Pike and the 121st county Is expected to be created after an interesting fight In both branches of tho General As- ni.-us- A reaisincung measure, iuir ciiuub" to remove Republican complaint, will sembly. The Investigation into expenditures for printing Is expected to be fob lowed by legislative inquiry Into the conduct of certain departments and .Institutions. Governor Stanley has welcomed Ro- publican resolutions of this sort and has made It clear that he will Insist on the state's affairs being conducted In the same manner as a business man would manage a going concern. nJt the bSs of for the Senate. theJ poSed into the hop: - Senator Frost introduced a Statevide prohibition bill. It provides for 0g a vote to prohibit the sale of Intoxlcat. For Outrage Committed by Them. Greenville, Ky. (Special): A. O. Knight, his son fcdgar, and John S tors-maall well known In this part of the state, were convicted In circuit court hero and sentenced to servo not less than four and not more than five years In tho pcnltentlnry on charges Tho resolution by Senator Antlo, growing out of outrnges said to have nnllnf for tha .fdalflf urn tn KHtlft been committed by night riders. Tho Indictment recited that they wero ' ! members of a hand which called John laid on tho table by a vote of 19 to Mosely, o prominent resident, from his home at nlsht, near Powlcrly, sev15,. after a number of warm arguments enioerata eral weeks ago, and for r.o known reacro advanced. Several Senator son, Boverely Hogged him. supported the resolution. Night riders for more than a year pro8t sM that ho ghou,d not be en. dorsed because he vetoed the Webb have terrorized a wide part of westTheir activities first un-- 1 em Kentucky. Kcnyon bill, claiming that It was wcro directed at negro lauorcrs in constitutional. Senator Robertson spoko earnestly coal mines Later tho authorities to secure the endorsement of Chief were Informed they wero endeavoring regulate tl.o conduct of comm. n Justice Miller. Senator Scott said that the cntlro ties, Irrespective of race. MoCglnS procedure was out of place and foolish was a common form of punishment, for tho Legislature to attempt to sug-- j Assessment Increase $23. ,817. Best who President Wilson should ap-- , . Carlisle. Ky.. Special): Sheriff nolnt nnd made a resolution to table motion, which received a number T. Parkfer and Deputy sheriff Myers the of seconds and a hearty applause from aro summoning over f.00 taxpayers of Nicholas county whom the Mciio- he gallery. Latcr In the week the Senate re- - las cot'fnty board of tax superAwed to endorse Judge llenton or any visors have ordered to appear before them and show cause why their onc else- , . assessments should not bo raised. No Senator fared better than Sena- - The valuation returned by tho Asstor Helm on committee appointments essor for 1010 Is $4 "i20,0no and to thistin wna mmln t h tt Ir n. u n nf ltil1ln tho board has added a raise of $237,Road committee, and placed on tho 817. ii.,iirl..rv Ki.i.n.rW nnr,,,inna Ill Fate Follows Family. 8tatut0 . . prnUng b,ld Congressional . Stanford. Ky.. (Special): Rowan Hml str r.t nc. The . indication!) ura ,,,. ,, ,v, ,, , ,v, a farmer, over tho mtm. Newell, fifty-fivPulaski county line, died after a series bera or the sessou. . A week . i of misfortunes to his family. aeo his mother died. Just before that nf Tn..i.nt. Oot t.--i troduccd a bill In the Senate to ap- - "Is only son had an arm cut off In a pr0prlate $03,000 to pay lor the cattle corn shredder, and prior to that ho kniea n the stato to eradicate the toot had 1,000 bushels of grain destroyed,, ,n n flrc- - Pneumonia caused Newell's amj m0uth disease. death after a short illness. Sportsmen from all par's of the , Editor Threatens Suit, state gathered In Frankfort at the Madlsonville, Ky. (Special): R. B. call of the State Game and Fish Com- mission to work out questions and McGregor, editor and publisher of thooffer suggestions for new legislation Webster county News at Clay, anon the game laws. They called on nounces that he will file suit against Governor Stanley, who commended the business men of that place for alleged work of the Commission, but refrained violation of contract. It is alleged that when McGregor launched his indorsing anybody's bill. Representative Langley has con- - Paper at Clay the business men pro- support in advertis- & canddate for Detegate. mt8ed McGregor Ing and job work. to the Republican National Convention. The state convention will be held March Ky! Sentenced to Penitentiary Be Effective to Get U. S. Recognition. Washington, Jan. 17. Tho United States will not recognize tho proposed now blockade of Germany by Groat Tlrltatn unless It Is mado absolutely effective. To bo legal In the eyes of the state department It must not only girdle the Bhores of Germany on tho North Sea, hut extend Into the Ilaltlc sea and be able effectively to prevent all Intercourse ncross this body of water British Blockade Mutt Otlif Offer BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR 9 between the Scandinavian countries and Germany. This fact was obtained from highest official sources In tho stato department. The t'nlted States will Insist that the blockade to bo effective must operate ncninst trade with all neutral countries and Germany. In German embassy circles It Is said that If Great llrltalu attempts to penetrate the Haltlc for the purpose of establishing n blockade she will FREE lii(I Bargain Clubbing Offer: GRKA'I 1ST St IbCRIl'TION OFFER KVKR MADK Tho Evening Post. Daily 1 1 & With flic Following have undertaken the most hazardous naval effort of the war. No. IS ,c 40 for the Blood yr, yr. yr. yr. yr. yr. pels fcrofulous humors from the l)Iod, which causes constipation, miliaria, rheumatism, snrrs, ulcers, pimOct it at Wedding' Drug ple"., e'c. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Woman's World Home Life Home and Farm . 1 1 1 BOOKKEEPER IS CAPTURED People's Popular Monthly The Brcckenridge News . 1 AND A 1SKAUTIFUI. Had Taken $17,000 Intended For Payroll and Skipped. Evansvllle, Intl.. Jan. 17. Fivo hours nfter George H. Fink, tlilrty-flv- o years old, assistant bookkeeper for tho Hercules ltuggy company here, had walked out of tho company's office with $17,000 intended for tho company's pay roll, he had been returned to this city and all but S.'i cents of the monoy recovered. Fink was captured at Hoonvlllo. The theft was one of tho most daring In local police history and has caused a sensation hero, as Fink Is related by marriage to some of tho most prominent families In tho city. "Popular Girl" Calendar St 05) ,,... e & i. m ALL THE ABOVE FOR ONLY , fm I Itch! Itchl Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! The more vou scratch, the v,r-- c the itch. Try Doau O'ntmf nt Fir eczema, any skin itching. flOc a box. , ! Send Subscriptions to The Brcckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. $3 50 BREAD ALLOWANCE REDUCED factum of ZTSSuS tatoScatC iLora lift ,.l to be- - been Injected come effective June 30, "wet" and into the house several times . Frflnkfnrt ha, m - .. during tho week. The City i iu a lug ouvreiuiy ui oiaLo ni.ni bnn o miaii rcciJ o which shall contain the names 'of persons appearing before the Legis- 1aturi In the Interest of certain measures. This register will not only contain the' name of the lobbyist, but the measures for which be Is working, Among other important bills Intro- - ieglster at '. io KCfu int! BiiiDunB ouen until miu- n,Rht Instead of eleven o'clock, in ordcr to provide for the legislators according to the reports, y00- - ot Hart County, one ot ReP- - it-ag- wir the ultra-drys- . Introduced a resolution providing that the House resent any Inference that the members of the House desired the saloons to remain duced wero: A bill amending Section 125 of the Pftn for tne,r benefit. cmstltutlon so as to give equal suf- - The Plnt was raised that the reso- to women was presented by u"n was out oi oraer. ttep. rumpn- . rev. of Flemlnir. was nresldlncr In thfi n A V oenaior uomus. Another amendment to the constltu- - absence of Speaker Duffffy and by Senator Arnett talned the point. An appeal, signed was offered This bill seeks to make the State y ReP- - Harvey and Lyon, was taken. e Vacating the chair, Speaker Superintendent of Public Instruction The bill pro- - Pnrey designated Rep. Harry Myers, for vldes that the State' Superintendent ot Covington, to preside. The appeal may be elected or appointed, but In was sustained by a vote of 47 to 44. The resolution was then adopted by either case ho Is eligible for the vote of 60 to 30. or reappointment. A petition, seeaing tne irapeacnmeiit Th ripstrnvlnir or burnlnc of elec Jtlon stub books Is provided for in a ot - E Williams, Judge of McCreary measure presented by Senator Drock. County, alleging ho Is an Incompetent The workmen's compensation act and unqualified official, was filed In the House by Rep. Radcllffe, ot Heury was offered by Senator Knight. Senator Strlcklett's bill requlrea County, associations or corporations operating Tno resolution of Rep. Minor, plac- in this city to pay employees twice 'ng the House on record as against monthly. Th6 bill of Senator Antlo Increases extra help, was adopted, the penalties for the unlawful sale of The repeal of the Prslon Commls- whisky In dry territory. Owners or live stock slaughtered be- - sloners and tho creation of a board cause of the foot and mouth disease, to bo known as the Kentucky State will be reimbursed If the measure of Board of Control for Penal and Chartl- Senator Zimmerman, providing for the abl Institutions, is provided In a bill payment of claims for loss suffered on ot ReP- - Cary. A. board ot three mem- account of the disease Is enacted Into bers at a salary of $4,000 annually, to be appointed by the Governor, Is pro- jttWi The bill offered by Senator Combs vided, and they will have complete regulates tho right of foreign corpora- - charge of prisons, houses of reform, tions to do a trust business In this 8tate asylums and all chartlable Instl- state and to act as trustees under tutlons. deeds and mortgages. Tne Senate adjourned Tuesday out Senator Glenn's bill creates tho office of County Health Supervisor In one of respect to the memory of the late Senator Walker G. Hall, of Kenton . or more counties. A committee was appointed The establishment of a Western County. Normal School for negroes In Western t0 uraft resolutions on his death. Kentucky Is asked for In the bill ot Not satisfied with tho number of Senator Huntsman. Senator Leach introduced a bill re- - ''Ills introduced In the Senate carry- quiring railroads operating for a dls- - lnE out tho Principle pledges of varl- tanco of 16 miles op moro to stop all 0,18 members of tin General Assembly, passenger trains at county sonts. or tho IlHlls0 members Introdured iwo anti-pasprobills; two state-widat somo station within four miles ol IilbUIou bills and two bills. mo county scat. Tho operation of ferries by counties T,le Flnn railroad bill, giving the Is provided for In a bill of Senator Stato Railroad Commission tho same Qienni Senator Combs Introduced a bill l,0Wflr over Interstate shipments as amending Section 201 or the constltu- - 1,10 ""era""" i.oinm,err.) commission ma,1 1,8 PPcaranc again this week tlon. permitting tho consolidation ot ln Iiolli the House and Senate. It was competing telephone companies. "" " ' and Tho erection, organization maintenance of county high schools by lurei ,f iai2 ul"' j91 ' two or more counties is provided for Calling for an Investigation of the In the bill of Senator Frost. ift&nator Hlles Introduced a bill mak- - ,a.t"s of the 81,11 of tl,e Common- "iJir-'l- t unlawful to use any statement wcalth ngulnst Dr. J. N McCormack, or mis- - of Howling Oreen. former secretary Which Is untrue, deceptlvo io,ii.,i- - In an advertisement and flx.,f too State Hoard of Health, a reso- in, - nno of not- exceeding " 1500 andilutln was unanimously passed by the Iniprisoumcnt In the County Jail not Senate being Introduced by Senator Hutfaker. The iult Is seeking to re exceeding 00 days for such offense. cover $C3,000, money alleged to have The holding of county teachers' Infor rural schoolteachers thi been spent lllega ly. stitutes sus-tlon Pum-ellglbls e antl-loblj- Regard- Sam Germany Alio Takes Action Ing Butter Situation. son of Dick ChamUer' Berlin. Jan. 17. The municipality Chandler, farmer, near Crab Orchard, this county, returned from Pasteur of Berlin has taken the lead In tho Institute at Rowling Green, after tak- - reduction of bread allowances which were ordered recently by tho central authorities In order to accumulate a One of his father' reserve supply. famous fox hounds bit the child. The reduction is from 1.950 to 1.900 grammes, which Is equivalent to Sues Fof Horse's Death. Rowling Green, Ky., (Special): A slightly moro than four pounds. Supsuit has been flled" In the Warran cir- plementary cards for tho working Son classes with Incomes up to 2,500 cuit court by Pres W. Hay against the Louisville & Nashville marks annually will call for only 350 Ry. company for $4,1000 for alleged grammes a week Instead of 500 damages, for the loss of two horses grammes. Butter for bread Is also tho subject and Illness of several others shipped of governmental action. over defendant railroad. en-year-old I g TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly u?e this blank in renewing yourj subjcription. Pleiife PXHininu the Inbel on your papor.If your'sulhscriptiun i;f due, tho Kditor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER THE BKECKENMIDGE NEWS, Clovkkvout, Ky. Enclo.-e- d tind if , which apply to my sub- - scription account. Name Addhkss. EKHHFVniS..' Hiccoughs For a Week. Madlsonville, Ky. (Special): George Breaks a Cold. The demand for "Wedding's CoUl Perkins, a prominent planter near here has hiccoughs that have lasted Tablets" has been made on tliefr His critical condition merits as a cold and urlp remedy. i!5c for a week. is not understood by the physicians at Wedding's Drue Store. who are attending him. It Is thought probably that a cancer of the stomach MARKET QUOTATIONS has affected him. I Rich Kentucky Woman Dead. Paris, Ky. (Special): Mrs. Lucy "imms, widow of W. W. Slmms, a member of tho Confederate congress, and reputed to bo Kentucky's richest woman, died hero. Sho was seventy-thre- e years old and was known throughout tho south for her philanthropic work. Indianapolis, Jan. 17. heifers. Cattle Steers. $5.r.0(fr0: $l.508; cows, $4.256.50: calves. $4 11; bulls, $l.756?7. Special Offer! DAILY Commercial Supplies For the Business Man at This Office. Standard series duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves heavies, $7.4007.55; Hogs Best bulk of sales. $7.4007.55; light,. $10 $607; to choice, Sheep Good $3.3005.25; to medium. common lambs. $O0!.75. Chicago, Jan. 17. liors Bulk. $0.2007.15; light. $0.60 7.10; mixed, $0.7507.25; heavy $0.80 07.25; rough. $O.SO0(i.95; pigs. $5.50 06. Cattle N ttlvo beef steers, $6.50 9.80; cows and heifers, $3.3008.50; Sheep Weath$7.25010.75. calves, ers, $7.1007.83; lambs, $8.10010.85. Cincinnati. Jan. 7.30; cemmon to choice. $306.75; pigs and lights, $4.406.9O; stags. $4 Cattle Steady; calves, slow, $4 . Strong; lambs, Sheep 010.50. 0.25. ' LOUISVILLE HERALD AND Price 25c Receipt books, large sue, 100 leaves price 25c; small si.e 10c; 50 leaves Frraoe From p,re Down Sheet. Ashland, Ky. (Special): Mike Murphy and William Jonoa escaped from tho second story or a burning rooming house by means of a sheet, one end of which they tied to tho foot of their bed. They woko other members of 'ho household, all of whom escaped. Mission Board Meeting. Paducab, Ky., Special): The midyear meeting of the Hoard of Missions tho presiding elders and tho lay lead-r- s of tho Memphis conforenco or the Methodist Episcopal Church. South, a In two days' session at McKeuzle, Price 5c I'romisory leaves; price, per book High-grad- THE e Notes, 50 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS By mail lor One Year at Special price of H0R8Packer8 and butchers, 17. $7.10 25 Cents Deed Covers Send jour deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for OOiUU OQ fin steady. Tenn. Favor Bond Commission. Paducah, Ky. (Special) : At a meet-"not tho city commissioners at a onferenco with tho Rotary 'Club expressed their willingness to create a bond Issuo for streets, sowers and :3hools, totaling $GOO,000, is carried. Alleges Breach of Promise. Lebanon, Ky .(Special): Alleging breach of promise, Mary Jano Tim-latlias filed suit In the circuit court against Gnrfluld Bright for $3,000 damages. 'Tho young people llvo In tho county northeast of g St. Louis, Jan. 17. Hogs Pigs and lights, $007.15; mixed and butchers, $7 7.23; good Cattle Steady. $7.207.25. heavy, Sheep Steady. Buffalo, Jan. 17. Cattle Steady. Veals Actlvo, $40 11.50. Hogs Heavy and mixed, $7.50 7.55; Yorkers. $7 0 7.56: pigs, $0.75 07: roimhB, $0.3506.50; sta?s, $4.50 0 Kentui-k'a reute.t newspapur delivered at tmv Ikiiuo each d.iy ineliidm your home paper, at the priei' ol ifli.Ol) 5 Cents Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Khtate and Chattel Mortgages, two for 5 Cents lin- Pension Certificates, three for This Offer Positively Expiresj on 10 Cents sheets of Tjpcwritcr Taper, en, legil sie, price 12 February 28, 1916 5.50. Sheep and $1.30 Vj; IcmbB, o mc. Wheat active. Toledo, Jan. 17 corn. 77V4c; oats, 5 Send Your Subscriptions to Cents Triuted Stationery including Statements and Sale lluoks. Pneumonia Ravages Family. Henderson. Ky. (Special): George Septor, sixty years old, a prominent farmer of Zlon died ot pneumonia. Ho Fire at Washington College. la survived by his wife and four chilChestertown, Md.. Jan. 17. Tho Ills wlfo and three children dren. William Smith hall, main building of aro 111 of the same disease. Washington college, was destroyed by Lexlnotjn Thcat'r Damaged. fire. So rapidly did the flames spread Many that all tho archives, Including many Ky. (Speclnl): Loxlngton, buildings In tho heart of tho business historic documents, somo of them In district hero wero endangered wheii tho handwriting of George Washingthe Ben All thtater was partly de- ton, were burned. The building cost $75,000. stroyed by flro. Loss. $80,000. boiveU. will lead to chronic consign tjin. Dojii's Kayuleth operate easily, a box at all stores. Harsh phvsles react, weaken the The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. Hngraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, script, price $1.25 Printing new cards from old plate, loo for $1.00 36,688 Atto Licenses Out. Indianapolis, Jan. 17. Thirty thoulisand, six hundred and ohhty-clKli- t censes wero Issued to automobile owners In the first fifteen days of Janu- nrv. nrrnrillni? In nimrrn fihtnlnnil nf ' the ofllce of tho socrotary of stato. The receipts of tho automobile, department from tho salo ot llcouses were , Mail orders filled promptly. Jno. D. Babbagc Cloverport, Ky. a 1 197.000. Try Want Ad Today IRVINGTON. Miss Myrtle Lyddau, of Webster, has been the guest of Miss Mary RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. oz. Ht.v Ilum, a smnll box of llarlio Compound, nnd U or. of Rlycerlne. Apply to the hnl' twlco a week uatll It becomes the dcalrol shndp. Any druRRlst can put this up or you can mix It nt home at very little com. Full directions for mnklnp and uso com In each box of Ilnrbo Compound. It will 1 To half pint of wntcr add holt that took my name in vain last summer Wanted to know why some one didn't go up nnd wake old Mull up. Some of these frosty mornings I'm going over there nod shuck out Will's whisk ers, by gum Uncle Hy Tntc is in the limelight again. Had the old town of Cloverport stirred up. Last evening he came running up the river bank, with his hat off, I have hollowing, "Come, boys, quick. caught n German submarine on my hand line." The whole town ran down to help him with his catch, but, lo and be hold, It was a drift log, weighing alraut ten tons, famous John Fnrbcr, Cloverport's painter, tells this one. A few days before the raise iu the river John set some snares on the banks of Clover Creek. The creek took n sudden jump the first night he set them nnd under the water Well, he thought his work they went was all in vain. After the water went down thought he would go get his snare strings, and what do you think he found? A big yellow cat fish iu each one of the Says he can prove this by Fred snares May, known as butch, Dick I'erklns, Joe Mullen and John Wisenberger. Joe Mulhatton, Jr. Nevitt. Paul Wilson was in Elizabethtown gradually darken streaked, Breckinridge Loose Leaf To I 1 & Sj ) last week. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathcn has returned from Louisville. Charles Thomas Marshall, the little sou of Mr. and Mrs. A. O Marshall, Company. has been quite III with pneumonia. Miss Myrtle Lyddnn hns returned to Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain had for her name in Webster, nfter being the her guests Saturday Mrs. Harris and guest of her mint. Mrs. John Akers. Kussell Harris, of Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Phillips, of Wail-IngtoMrs, N. Gardner visited relatives at I). C, who have been the Guston last week. guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Milton Greene, operator at the L., T. Jolly, near town for the last month, H. &St. L. depot, has gone to Louis- left Saturday. ville for a stay. Cat. Guy and Will Jolly expect soon Dr. E. A. Lex, manager Irvlr.gton to leave for the State of Washington. Pharmacy, lias opened up a drug store Congratulations are being received In Hardinsburg. His time and service by Mr. and Mrs. Z C. HendrlcK on the will be spent in both communities. birth of n daughter, Sarah Elizabeth The young people enjoyed a skating Hendrick. party at the Dowell pond Saturday Attorney Claud Mercer made a busievening. ness trip to Louisville this week. Mrs. A. T. Adkins was In Louisville .Mrs. L. I). Fox, of Stephensport, lias Weduesdav. returned to her home nfter a visit to The business meeting of the W. F. her sister, Mrs. Godfrey Haswell. M. S. met with Mrs. C. W. llancs Mi Amelia Squires has gone to Tuesday afternoon. to visit her sister, Mrs. Mollie Mrs. C. D. Hook has been quite ill. Uejnrnette. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Robertson, of D. VV. Henry was in Hardinsburg Saturday to cry a sale for J. O. Hook. Glen Dean, were the guests last Friday Mrs. John Nevitt, of Basin Springs, of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Heard. Mrs W. A. Walker will be the hostess is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard of the San Souci Club Friday afternoon In Louisville. Mrs. L. 15. Moremen left Saturday at her home on Fourth street. for Florida to spend the winter months. Stop That Bark Dr. L. U. Moremen will join her the month. first of next with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Charley Collins was In Hardinsburg Halsam," the cough medicine that i!Sc at Wedding's does the work. last week. of Louisville, spent the Drug Store. George Huff, week-enhere Orful. Miss Myrtle Lyddan, of Webster, (Contributed.) spent Saturday wi:h her grandmother, Mrs Nancye Henry. A boarding house Edgar Hardaway, of Stith's Valley, Hurued down today, was iu town Saturday. d faded srny hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft nnd Rlonsy. It will not color the scalp, Is not sticky or Kreasy, and docs not rub off. bacco Warehouse Go. Sold on Friday, Jan. 14th about 100,000 lbs. Tobacco M gj as a whole was very poor. The market, taking everything into consideration was very satisfac-jj- p tory and was generally conceded by all to be better and a few bids higher than the previous sale. Rejections were very light and prospects good for our next sale CThe quality St THOUSANDS Large ARE HOMELESS Friday, January 21st Jas. Hinton & Sons topped the sale of red for $10.90 while Mart Sutton obtained $13.00 for two baskets of Burley. We feel very much encouraged with the con-- jj dition of our market and ask the growers to carefully rnmn'irp nnr nnrpc. hfrp wirh DwpncKrtrn Hpnrlorcnn and Louisville. We are in the lead and we earnestly ask for a continuarice of you patronage and pledge our -- Part of Bergen, Norway, Is jp Gutted By Fire. Chrlstlanin, Jan. 17. A largo part 8? of Itergen, Norway, has boon destroyed In tho greatest firo Norway has over suffered. Tito cause of the jit fire Is still unknown. wj The Central telephone ofllce, four hotels, three schools nnd the greater part of the business quarter was de- fSi stroyed, besides thousands of houses. Fortunately the banks seem to havo jgj escaped. Thousands of persons are homeless. Four thousand refugees jfi havo arrived nt Stavanger. U. S. Officers Off For Front. New York, Jan. 17. Two United H best efforts for your interests. Next sale Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' F.electic Oil for sucli emergencies. and 50c at all stores. Two sizes Nine billion bed bugs Passed away. Cincinnati Enquirer. States army oftlcors sailed on the steamship Philadelphia for Liverpool, whence they will go to Russia to observe war conditions with the Russian army They are Major James R. Church, U. S. A. medical corps, and Captain Marlbrottsh Churchill, United States field artillery. Friday, January 21st a 5? Other losses We have to broach; With ev'ry bed bug There went a roach. Z.mesville Signal. HARDINSBURG. "Riir He , thy year begun, li.iglil Willi love unlading Ha , setting sun." it-- with deeds of kindness Another requiem L'liid we chant, For there died many And manv an nut. Memphis Commeicial-Appeal- . Plan to Add Dentists to Army. Paris, Jan. 17. The minister of war shortly will submit to tho chamber of deputies a bill providing for a largo :$j addition In the number of dentists employed with military forces. Under the bill a body of 1,000 dentists, who offwill rank as icers nnd wear a special badge, will be established. $ C,We invite all farmers to attend our sales and to fed that their presence is appreciated. . Respectfully, Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Hardinsburn. Kantunkv , 07 glass of milk. A generous slice of like snow upon the desert's duty face. bread contains abcut I grams of pro- And when they do, remember that the tein. The quan Ity of potatoes ordi- chances of later developing Brieht's ' narily dispensed at a meal equals two disease, hardening of the arteriesgjfTd and one half grams. heart failure have been reduced to ft he e" "Allowing for our inability com Irreducible minimum "The eating game Is the most impletelv to extract all the protein from any given amount of food, and convert portant in life." it into asslmlablc pabulum, a liberal modicum of albumin would be twice Cloverport High School Notes Hindhede's protein formula, or fifty : I caua uy iu - juiiiui uiass. 1 grams. This, remember, for an enme tuucu tire day ' 1. .. 11.,. t e, .tic sujjuuuiujc emss uif r.1 viuvcra "Therefore, a regular eg, five port High School, wish to express our ounces of beefstake, and one glass of sillcere appreciation to the anonymoui milk should supply, hr twenty f our ! hours, all the protein the system re- ucvuiuiu, ui uui ttdaa, A social meeting of the 's quires. The balance of the diet should I.eaguevill be held at the school consist of starches, sugars, fats, and plenty of cellulose, or hay. This can building Friday afternoon, January 21, best be found In vegetables such as to- at 3:15 o'clock. Patrons and citizens matoes, carrots, celery, tuinlps, beets, art invited and urged to attend. Relettuce, squash, and all that grand freshments will be served group of horse foods containing much The second number of the Lyceum fiber and little nutriment. Course will appear about the middle of "Try this regimen for a while, and February. All persons holding season see if fermentation, headache, In- tickets will be entitled to free admission. somnia, rlieumatis-n- , nervousness, and Tickets for the one performance will he "that tired feeling" do not disappear twenty five cents. The Birds in Winter. Miss I'urstc Alien has leturned to her home near t.iwn, after teaching When the snow comes I lie birds may This is not all seliuol at Custer tor the Inst sev'on starve. A small supply of grain, or As tou can see. months. even sweepings of hat mows, would re- Our Representatives Get What abtut Mr. T.i) lor, lm.stofficu inspector, was lieve their distress. Save jour crumbs Ilea? The onery Places on Committees. for them. They like hones, pitees of here last week. ' He inspected this office and then drove to Locust 1 111 fat meat fastened lo irees by wire; suet, Return to Capital City. It will be of interest t) the people-o-f where he inspected that office. Hotlt craekto nee, mixed birdseed, cracked Breckenridge nnd Meade counties lo offices were iu good eoudiiiun Hardinsburg. Jan. 15 Mr. and Mrs. c iru, heuipseed, iiuts, bread and know that in t lie announcement of Dumb Animsds. Rev. James 1' Norman has reuirntd Frank Duliose Phillip", of Washington, House Committees Thursda, H. A. D. C , who have been the guests f her his parents in from a vNit to Cannon, of Breckenridge county, was parents Mr. and Mrs. G?o. T. Jolly, Canada May Go Dry. K. L for several wtefcs, left Saturday for j Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 17. The first p'aeed on the following committee: Leo Hobeu lias accepted a position Chattanooga, Tenn , whtre they will shot In a nation wide flsht to make I'eaeinl Relations, Public Bridges i.nd in Lex's drug stole. spend two weeks with relatives of Mr. the entire Dominion of Canada "dry" Pure Food. Joe Ten IT has had electric lights put Phillips before returning home. I). S. Richardson, ot Meade countv, was fired hero with tho publication of in his .store. an application to enact a federal law was also placed on the following comIt Is expected that a temperance meas- mittee Kentucky Statutes, Railroads, Mrs. Nannie Hook had a snle.Uhtr Carter's Landing. ure of some kind will bo brought farm near town last Saturday. Mrs. Retrenchments and Reform an Reparliament. tt Milton Gillian, Horris Gilbert, Hook and duugllter.s, Misses Hess and disricting Congressional. White ami Charles May, four well Aliene Honk, will reside for the present Senator Thos J. Moore gtts a chair Increase In Pay For 32,000. known corn buskers have returned from in Will Heaucliamp'.s rtsidenee. manship in the Senate. Thirty-tNew Bedford, Mass., Jan. 17. Graduation examination will be held Central Illinois known as the corn belt. wo thousand operatives in tho cotThey broke the husking record iu sevasth and '9th. the Here is a Proper Diet. eral places Got so they could shuck ton mills of this city were formally Attorney Henry Dellaven Moorman notified of a wage advance of ! per In the February American Magazine three large meals a day. has returned from Leitchfield where he' Ity shucks, the robbiu surely didn't go cent. The Increase, effective Jan. 17, will mean an addition to tho wookly Dr. E. F. Uowers gives a diet suited has been attending court. farther South than Hawesvillc this pay rolls of $l.r,000. to the average wealthy person of inJ. I). Hseler, of Kirk, was the guest winter. He's back again. I saw him door occupation: last week of Mr. unci Mrs. Leslie W.il- - today. 'An ordinary domestic et'g equals j Renominated President. ker. Havana, Jan. 1". Amidst tho Since you mentioned shucks and about eight grams of protein. This Is scenes President Calara wni re- approximately the amount contained Miss Margaret Peyton bus a position shucking, there is a man out nt Mow ' In a cubic inch of steak, or a half pint with the Hmk of Hardinsburg & Trust equa, 111., by the name of Will Weather- - nominated for president. 1 1'iovi-dence, 1 J I j bo-foEra-niej ' ' ' f ni... 1 1 Parent-Tech-er- 0H, LOOK! HARDINSBURG PHARMACY! 1 The Drug Store Xliat Saves You Money! I ITHE 6 ! 1 jfi 1 1 S N STORE WITH THE NEW PRICES Come To See Us and be Convinced Hardinsburg Pharmacy, Hardinsburg, Ky.