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The Breckenridge news: January 26, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916012601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 26, 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 BRIEF ILLNESS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26, 1916. death the Clarion mentioned last Issue took place Saturday from her late residence and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in a cemetery near I'atesville. The bereaved husband and eight little children have the sympathy of the entire community. Ice skatinghns been the chief event in which many of the social leaders have been interested in for several days and On Monnights the first of the week day and Tuesday nights the sivernl stretches of frozen backwater near the city were flooded with moonlight which brought out many of the older and younger couples who enjoyed the sport. Many interesting and exciting games of hookey were indulged in young Ituel llasham, a prosperous farmer of the Duncan neighborhood, will leave in about six weeks with his family for Chicago, where he expects to Mr llasham make his future home was noted for the amount aud'uality of tobacco that he produced on his little farm and the fact that he has got so little for his crops in the late years is the cause for him deciding to try other friends and new pursuits. The Clarion. to. 30 TOBACCOJALES Breckenridge Loose Leaf Sold Last Week W. BIG DAMAGE SUIT tainv A are gifted in domestic science. three course luncheon was served in the hotel dining room, consisting of the following: Creamed chicken 011 IS. RAILSBACK ESIN Mrs. pital Monday. FORMERLY LIVED DEATH o, 85,000 Pounds. More Farmers Lucy Temple, of Owens-borDies at the City Hos- J. Ballman and Wade Pile shoe string potatoes, creamed iruit oai.nl, olioes, pickles, cotfee, Want $15,000 Damages From and wafer and mints. Louisville Herald For Making Untrue Statements Regarding Election. The guests were: Messrs. Sam Fvaus, Francis Dillon, Rus-e- ll Hook, Lindsay McGary, Grover Gregory, Hobart Shellmau, Moorman Ditto, H. P. Kunnecke, R W. Diehl, Willie Clitic. M It. Kiiichcloe, William Kvans, lily Duvall, Robert Haswell, Jerry I.eiiuou, toast, beans, cream Dies at the Sattcrfield Home Friday Morning at 10 O'clock 000 Prices Good. Funeral Held Saturday. Misses Esther Menilor, Emma Meador, Louise Taylor, Hloise Hook, Kitttirah Johnson, Mary II, Whitworth, H.illie Brown. Ruth Kineheloe, Margaret Peyton, Patsy Gray Jessie Hudson, Virginia Heard, Clara B Dellaven, Frances Lee llrowu, Lottie Il.indv. r Mrs. Lizzie Rillsb.ick, nied years, died at her homo at the Satter-fiel- d place at 10 o'clock Priday morning of a complication of diseases. Mrs. K.tilstKic will be remembered here as Miss Lizzie Sattcrfield. She had been living iu Texas for a number ol years, and on account of ill health came here thru; years ago lo make her home, lieing an invalid and unable to visit, she devoted the remainder of her days in doing good. She was a thoroughly consecrated Christian and was ready for the summons. She is survived by four brothers, C. W. Sattcrfield, Luther Sattcrfield, Thos. S.itterfield, Cloverport, and James Sat-t- er field, ot Pineville, Kv., and three sisters, Mis Lorona Satterfield, Miss Laura Satterfield and Mrs. Viola Jack-soall of this city. The funeral services were conducted from the residence Saturday at '2 o'clock by the Rev R. E. Reeves," of Irvington, with interment in the Cloverport cemetery. fifty-fou. u, Should Attend Sales. HERE. Mrs. Lucy Temple, widow of the lute Cosby Temple, of this city, tiled .t the City Hospital in Owetisboro Monday morning at 8 o'clock, after au illness of only a few days of pneumonia. She was taken 111 last Thursday, and on Fri day was removed to the hospital. Saturday night she grew worse and her life was then despaitej of. Mr. Temple was a native of Virginia and came to Kentucky with her parents when only three years of age. Sur , viving her are her brother. J. W. of Oweushoro, and the following nephews: miliary Hell, John Bell and Lonnie Bell, of Daviess county, and Owen Temple, of Hancock count! ; Lee Bell, Wm LaFoe and Edward LaFoe, of Greenville, Miss ; Miss Catherine Temple Petrie, of Hancock county, is a surviving niece. Mrs. Temple was a devoted member of the First Baptist church, of Owens-borand active in church and charitable work. She will be remembered here by many of the citizens of Clover port, as she lived heie for several years before the fire. The funeral services' were conducted from the church Tuesday afternoon bv DIES IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Lloyd L. o, Wright III., Dies at Decature, Former Breckenridge County Girl. Mrs. Lloyd L. Wright died in St. Mary's hospital, Decatur, 111. Wednesday afternoon of a complication of diseases. She was only sixteen years of age. Mrs. Wright is the daughter of Mrs. Wm Taul, of Free, Ky. She was born Became in Cloverport August 13, 1900 a member of the Baptist church at Free, Kv , and had lived in Decatur only a Wednesday. the pastor, Rev. E. E. Bomar, assisted by the Rev. I B. Timberlake Inter ment in the Elmwood cemetery. Breckenridge Baptist Association The regular meeting of the Disf.ict Board will meet with Black Lick church on Saturday and Sunday, January 29 and 30. Let every member of the board make a special effort to be preseut, aud short time remind those who have been appointed Besides her husband, and three weeks by the church that Saturday and Sun o il son, William Lee Wright-- , she is day is the time and Black Lick the survived by her mother, Mrs. Wm. Taul, place. and Mr. Taul, two sisters, Misses Lena Those who expect to come on the and Louise Rice, of Free, two brothers, train, and expect to be met, will please Thos W. Rice, of Free, and Bishop come down Fiiday at coon. Arrange- Rice, of Kvansville, Ind ments have been made to meet all The funeral was held at the residence and members, so let everybody Saturday. come. The program will be as follow.-- : Saturday 11 a. m. Preaching by The Small Town Kick. Kev. H. S. English. I p. m. Board meeting. There are fancier towns than our litU:l5 p. m. Why Follow the Bible in Its Plan of Financiug, open discussion-L- ed tle town, there are towns that are bigby Rev. Walker and Rev. DeHart. ger than this; and the people who live in the tinier towns all the city exciteSunday, January 30th. 10 a. ra. Sunday School, followed b. ment will mis. There are things you open discussion Led by J. B. Herndon ctti see in the wealthier towns that you and H. S. English. II a. m Preaching by Rev. Russell and down there is no other town like our own little town after all. It may Walker. be that the street through the heart of Let ever) body come our town, isn't wide, isn't long, isn't sti fright; but the neighbors you know in HAWESVILLE NOTES. our little town with u welcome will wait. In the glittering streets of the glitter Mr. All Harrison, an old and one of ing town, with its palace and pavements the most highly respected citizens of the and thrall, in the midst of the throng Indian Hill neighborhood, died Tuesday you will frequently long for our own morning at six o'clock at his home. He little town atter all. If ou live auu had been in very bad health for some work in our town, In spite of the fact time. that its small; you'd find that the town our own little town is the best of a The burial of Mrs. Ell Young, whose town after all. Ex vis-ito- The loose leaf tobacco sales last week at the llreckcnridgc Loose Leaf House W. J. Bdlmaii md Wad.-Pilby The tops run around S.I.Ooo pounds tlii-i- r attorney, Claude Mercer, have were not as high as sonic previous sales, t but the general average was good. filed suit In lie PifcUeiiriilge Circi.it Trashes were from ','5 to 50 cents higher, Court against the Lmusvilie Herald, Louisville, for $l.),O00 damages fur pubwhile leaf aud lugs held their own lishing a notice to the effect that said J. 15. Monarch got an average of i8 33 for his crop of dark Top price was parties failed to deliver poll book and b.illott box to election officers at Mook $ VI 70. II A l'ate md' Mart Sutton tied on uutll noon on election d.iv Held last hurley; each selling a basket for$t2.1o. November. The plaintiffs aver that the matter At the Glen Dean house about 50,000 pounds were sold, prices ranged from set forth in the notice is untrue and claim dnnvigci in the sum of JI.I.OOO $2 60 to $16. James Nnlly had the best sale; his top price bringing $10 and his each average $7 60 Prices were considered Receiving Congratulations. good for the quality of tobacco offered. Congratulations are being received by More farmers ought to attend these sales, whether they have tobacco or not .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hall on the birth They can get a good idea of the sales of a little son 011 January 19 at their and the prices Get in touch with the home in Hardiiisburg He was christbuyers and learn what they want and ened Carl Rodman Hall what grades bring the best prices They ' can then grade their tobacco to make i C. BEARD bring what it is worth. The tobaccos flint iw.i tl... t.... ..:,.... ,'t; till; U.t ' ... tut. iivsi iif.va ...... 1... grades They are nicely handled, tied up in neat hands and phced on the Locates at Elizabethtown Buys baskets so they will he attractive and the Dyer FurniUire Stock command the attention of the buyers The regular sales days now will be With D. W. Watson. Wednesdays for Glen Dean, Thursdays for Fordsville and Friday for Hardius-burDaniel Watson, ot this city, aud C. L. Beard, of Hardinsrjurg, purchased the Below will be found a list of sales. entire furniture stock of Rolla Dyer Glen Dean House. here Thursday aud took immediate The consideration was James Nally, 8 baskets, at $10, $10, possession. cash and at high figures, Mr. Watson $lo, $8 10, $7 6o, 70, $5.30, $2.6'. was recently eng.-.gein the furuituie Breckenridge Loose Leaf Sale. line with Mr. LHer und fully underJ. 15 Monarch sold 13 baskets, 1,820 stands the trade. Mr. Beard is a pracpounds, nt $it 50, $9 20, $11.60, $12.70, tical business man and generally suc10 10, J9.60, $8. 10, $7.10. 3.60, $4.50, ceeds in any business in which lie enAverage $8.33 55. $3 gages. The Mirror predicts that the new firm will sutceed in their new venDark Sales. Lively sold 3 baskets, 1,070 ture, as both gentlemen are up Beard and business men. liliz ibetl.town Mirror. pounds, at $5 70, t7 5. io. Paul Hale sold 1 basket, 350 pounds, Homesick For Paper. Dear Mr. Uibhagr: !vtiolo--please find one dollar tor which please send me tile Breckenridge News again. Some time ago I ordeieu l lie pa(.er stopped, it came on awhile aud then stopped en I get so homesick tirely. to hear from old Cloverport so please send it again. If I am ('ue an thing let me know. Mrs. R. P. White, Ft Worth, Texas. d L I'v-.- I A : will deliver his lecture at the courthouse In Hardinsburg on the evening of February U. Mr. C. L. Heard, who recently moved Ills subject will be, "The Man and to Kliahethtowil from Hardiiisburg, in His Job.'' New Business Firm Will Hon. Speak in Hardinsburg. II. V. McChesney in Elizabethtown. d 3. e connection with Mr Dan Watson purchased Wednesday the furniture business and the good will of Mr. Rolla Hyer. The new firm of Heard & Watson has taken charge of the store. Mr. Watson is one of our cleverest and most popu ar cilueus and lias been engaged ill tile turiiuure ousiuess lor nootit a year. Mr. Heard is au enterprising pushing business, wno lias made a splendid impression upon our people since he moved here. This is a splendid business and the News predicts success for the new firm. Sir. Oyer did not sell the building Hlizabethtowu News. GRAND JURORS. Following is a list of grand and petit jurymen summoned by the sheriff to serve as jurors at the February term of court. Grand Jury. II. C. Stewart, Austin Arms, Joe Glasscock, J. G. Frymire, John Akers, Geo. W. Milburn, G. D. Heard, Robt, Harlow, T. 1'. Hrowu, J. A. Dean, P. L. Neafus, C. II. Priest, Frank Dean, J. T Hoben, G T. Stitli, Wm. Kendall, W. D. Hale, John Lyddan, H. K. May, Richard McAfee, J. W. Huffines, Prank Dellaven, J. D. Hoskius, George 11. Coiuptou. i. at $ 9 70 School and Civic League Program. The School and Civic League of wid present the following pro gram at the meeting February 4 at the school building: "Peace 011 Harth, Good Wi 1 to .Man." 'Tlie nobility of a people lies not in its capacity for war, but its capacity for peace " Dickinson. Children's Chorus. Roll Call Item from or about Abraham Lincoln. Music Miss Virginia Head. Uissciission The Relation of Prepar-- e lness of Peace Mrs. Reeves, Miss Augie Oibsou, Mrs. Chamberlain Current hveuts War or Peace Movements W. W Baxter so'd 4 baskets, 820 pounds, at 59.20, $7, 6 io, $5. Tom Bland sold 8 baskets, 2,343 pounds, at $S, f8, 7 10, $5.40, $3.50, $3 3 20. $3 I". Beard and Lively sold I3 baskets, 3.5O5 pounds, at $5 10, f5 60, 54 90, $5, . $L $4. $3 20, $3.40, f3 30, $3, $3, $3. Alvin Pate sold It baskets, 4,920 pounds, nt J3, $5, 4. 10, $9 20, $8 50, The Breckenridge News, Petit Jury. Andrew Driskcll, George Payne, Chas. II. Hook, J. O. Haker, Paul Heudrick, J. R. Mattingly, J. H. .Morgan, J. II. Hramlette, II II. Norton, S. R. Handy, Griffin Kasey, H. I). Lawsou, Mike Miller, M. Norton, Cleve Heudrick, Mack H. Dowell, Mike Lyddan, Paul Coiuptou, Con Mattingly, J. C. Nolte, P. 12. Scott, J. H. Smart, J. I) Skillmau, K A. Moore, John II. Galloway, lid Fiuley, Win. Skillmau, K?ra Cooper, Geo. W. May, J. L. Heiiiiiuger, S. Durham, II. L. Dalton, A. C. Pate, J. C Dellaven, John Jennings and Jake Kendall. 3. 53-8- $8.10, $9 80, $3 20, $5 4o. $. 30, $3. I $7.1". $9.10, $10 Burley Sales. j I I This dear old paper is not simply a weekly news sheet, but it is a character that stands for the right, that trys every week to help .some one to be better and happier. Help the paper to do right. Keep it clean and dignified Let it honor all men and be kind to everyone. Leave out personal rt marks and never put in that ou would not write iiiivt In about yourself, unless absolutely necessary. 000 IRVINGT0N PHARMACY HARDINSBURG PHARMACY The Drug Stores That Saves You Honeyl well conducted Prescription Pharmacy Is the place to select for your prescriptions and family recipes. When you take medicines you depend upon tesults. You get results from our drugs and medicines, compounded by graduates in Pharmacy. A SAFETY FIRST Better Be Safe Than Sorry. AGENTS tor Lovnoy' i Peroxide rloli- - Greaseless Cream Our own label; as good as any '.'jjadvur tlied cream; van slus as soon as applied; and o u s Chocolates Hon Hons. Nono better, nono morn (luiiit.v or tiistv. soothing, cooling refreshing....... lUu 1 fin LEX'S COLD TABLETS WILL CURE THAT COLD IN ONE NIGHT. Let the children have a Brownie. The children always onjiy taking pictures; It adds to the pleasures of the day; Dt sides, taking pictures is clean educational fun. WE' DO THE PRINTING AND DEVELOPING FOR YOU. II A. Pate sold 9 baskets, 1.195 Never hold a grudge, and if a person pounds, at Jll 10, $7 lo, $12 10, criticises our work, let it help tl.e 5 So, $7. .$3 6u, $3.10, $3.50. Mart Sutton sold :i baskets, I85 paper, and keep on treating him the pounds, at $7 Jo, ;?i2.io. bet ou can. Return go.id for evil. Resptct the editor. When, in doubt, ad his council. X ver go niiead, with- Of the Parent Teachers' AssoChanges in Game Laws Urged. out asking his Hilviie, rt member, Mr. ciation Held Friday Afternoon U.ibbage shoulders the Pish and (lame Com and he will appreciate jour thought The Kentuck Many Visitors Present. mission will urge tne Legislature to fulness. nuke the following chants ia Keu- The P.irtnt Teachers ' Association Sales of Live Stock. tuekx ' Kami laws: held an ititirtstiug meeting at the 1. A tug limit 011 quail of not more Skillmaii & Jarboe sold a load of hogs High School building Pricay afternoon than twelve (12) birds per day. in Louisville last week for i'7.55. A number ot visitors were preseut. a. A bag limit on dovts of uot more J. W. Pieuch and II. S Kuglish, of Tlie t rogram was in chatgeof Miss thuu lifleeu (I5) birds per day. Amnions, shipped a car loid of cattle lidith Allen, chairman of the Associa- 3. Au open season on doves from Cattle brought 6,tlotl, a ,UeU was beautifully tendered and hogs last week, September I, to October I5. cents and hogs $7.f5. bv Miss Mildred li.tbbage and Miss I. Au open se.tsini on squirrels from J. V. Clarksou, Irviiigton, sold 16 Liila Severs, efter which Mrs. L. T. July 1, to December 15. head of Durocs, averaging 3S5 pounds, Rej eutei tained the society with two 5. Tne season on woodcock to be Inst week, to Paul Wilson for 6.50. vocal solos. Little Miss Anna Ulizn-Thi- s closed indefinitely. is the finest bunch of hogs sold this betb Keith saug u short song which she 6. Prohibit the export of all name season, iiiey were ted tco nays hud learned at school. Ou bccouut of birds nud animals protected under the W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, some of the nieiubcrt on the program Kentucky laws, Wildervillc, being i.hsiut the lime was spent ill ". Prohibit the sale of rabbits In sold to Walker it Hester, pl.iii- - lor the iwsueiation. Mississippi Teiin., 8 head short horns, closed senson. An ci j ah e t,di was made tiy Pri.f, Co , 2 bulls and 7 heifers They H. Pive-yta- r closed season on wild Lumber Hate, .McCoy explaining why more parents turkc), pheasants and Hungarian part- purchased 3 short horns from J. h. should, btcoiue members, staliug that.it Siuithficld, Ky. ridges. would cieatc a gn.ilcr iiiterv.-- t In the Dogs Up. Keep lilrd He said "that if school children. SKi- - rthjwi !l Cot, fining bint d( us (Inline the p.neuts w iild visit ill school or even 1, months of April, Mat und June, 1 exilic to the M'hool house, the child LEAP YEAR PARTY. 10. Permit sale and transportation of would tneil know ll'..t Its- patents were game birds r.dnd in captivity when ae- - ft iiaertbtcd in where the children had to (liven by the Young Ladies of compacted Uv permit Irom th State 8 sprim the greater part of their time." Hardiiisburg Friday livening. Game and l'Uh Commiss'on. Urluhlftil refreshments were served Thirty Present. 11. Pivevar closed season on deer, hype lollowiug gliN: Uva Weather z: s y-. t2Js ?2f" holt, Louise Nicholas, Ruth Lamb, elk aud utl liupoitvd Kame animal. ChJihtte Allen, Leila Tucker, Cecil Hardinslmrg. Jan. 33. (Special.) The first leap year party of 19KI was Jolly, Lout e Weatherholt, Lola Carsun River Falls Slowly. given by some of the young ladies of the ai d C ilor.i Mae Seaton, who are taking The Ohio river is gradually going town at the Commercial Hotel last Fri- Domestic Science under the instructdown ut tills poli.t. The continued in day evening from eight to eleven o'ejock. ion-, of Miss Hi'clyti Young, uti eiiicteut The young ladies proved themselves teucner crease in the iieot water last week The next mettltig f the Parent caused much ai xlety among the people not only gallant escorts, but, judging by y living on the river from. Hut little the most delightful menu that was Teachers' Association will beheld 4. served and prepared by them, they cer- damage wan done here. i ' ) Raise Buckwheat. For three . reasons every farmer in this section should raise buckwheat. First, it is a nutrition grain, none better for hogs or poultry or in fact when ground and mix-- d with corn cannot be surpassed for horses aud cattle. Second, makes excellent bee pasture and comes at a time when wild llowers have been exhausted. Third, it will yield more per aero than Hour wheat and will actually improve the land. Prom the middle to the last of June is a, splen did time to sow t if you want a good ) ield of 'grain, but it can be sown earlier or later and get good results. Will Probated. day. The will of J. II. Mattingly was pro bated in the County Court lst MonHe gave to his wife, Ivmma Mat- w rr -- zr1 ir-r- - Peb-ru.ir- tingly, all of his real estate and personal propel tv, consisting of 15O acres of land and $t,'.'50 in land notes; also his cattle aud hos and household goods to hold so long as she remtdued his widow. To his gianddbtighter, Anna Mattingly, and his daughter, Mary Mattingly, he willed IW) each. Then atter all his heirs had been made equal, to his son, Thos. A. Mattingly, who had received $500, His daughter, Hilda A. Henniug, l"'; his sou, Ambrose M., $120; his son, Jesso H., illy, his son, V $100; his sou, Johu H., Marcus $100; his son, Chas. K $100; his son, Nathaniel N., $100. In the event his estate falls short of bringing up each heir with his ton, Thomas A., and daughter, Hilda A. Henuing.'they shall refund a suflicluut amount to make nil the heirs even. He appoiuted his wife executrix without bond. The will was made February 18, 1010, and witnessed by J. K. Laslie, Marshall Norton und W. L. Matthews. HENRY DEHAVEN Breckenridge County Man Arrange For Introduction of Bill Intended to Save State Money. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 18 Common wealth's Attorney Henry Dellaven Moorman, of Hardiniburg, was In Louisville Monday night after a few days in Frankfort, where ha arranged for the Introduction in the house and senate a bill to reduce the number of peremptory challenges allowed the defense in felony cases. He is a member of the Law Reform committee of the Commonwealth's Attorneys' AssocU Hon of Kentucky. The bill, which has the Indorsement of Attorney General M. M. Logan, repeals Section 2O3 of the criminal code of practise, which allows the defense fifteen challenges in all felonv cases, and substitutes a provision allowing ten where willful murder Is the charge and five in all other felony casbs. The allowance of three challenges In mis demeanor cases will, under the new law, remain as at present. A. Frot, of Graves Senator county, will Introduce the bill in the senate, Mr. Moorman said, and V. K, Dowllng, of Anderson county, will introduce It in the house. "Human life Is cheaper in Kentucky than it Is anywhere else on earth," "In Mr. Moorman said last night. one county, Hickman, In Senator Frost's district, there have been twenty homicide cases since August, an We average of about one a week one it to ourselves to protect the good name of the state, as well as the lives of its citizens. The percentage of convictions Is all too small Frequently In this kind of cases. murders ate deliberately planned, and the number of peremptory challenges allowed the defen.se is one of the tilings taken into consideration. A man says, 'I have not ilO.OOO I can afford to spend, and with a slick lawyer and all those challenges I can kill a man and get out of it.' "This bill, If enacted, will save the state money, m that it will cut down the number of men summoned for jury duty. It will advertise to the world the fact that Kentucky is not gring to permit the existence of legal loop holes In felony cases. Batter than all, it wilt act as a deterrent to crime. Beside.', ten challenges Is enough to conserve the ends of jjstice in willful ruflrder cases and live is sufficient In all other cases." V highly recommend them." Don't Price sOc at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get "loan's Kidney I'H.s Hie same mat Mr. Strom; had. Foster Mllburn Co., I Wc want to sc Gov. Stanley's Administration a success, for its success means much for the betterment of A Kentucky and we would also Ilk to see It a success for the good of the Democratic, party, but it looks to us Cloverport People Should Not like running on some very weak rails and if persisted in will result in a Neglect Their Kidneys. smash up and .1 general wreck. Start- Iol' out UDOn the idea of strict economy Backache Is often nature's most people generally approved. There kidnevs. the frequent signal of weakened must.however.be consistancy In this To cure the pains and aches, to re policy. Telling the Legislature that move the lameness when It arises from It must get along without extra help, kidnevs. vou must reach the help himGov. Stanley appolnts-extrIf you have pain cause the kidneys self, one man Assistant Attorney Genyour uacn, uri through trie small at eral at i'isO 00 per month, and another nary disorders, headaches, tllzzyspells, at 200 00 per month. As the Attorney or are nervous and depressed, start General Is well equipped to attend his treating the kidneys with a tested kid office and the State has provided a ney remedy. State Inspector and Kxamlncr to in Kidney Pills have been Doan's vestigate all the departments of the proved good and are especially fcr State government, It looks like the ap Doan's have been weak kidnevs pointment i.f tlio Assistant Attorney used In kidney trouble for over 5O Generals was entirely unnecessary. years Keail Ulovorport testimony. It Is a species of extravagance not In J. B. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, keeping with the Governor's talks says: "I had trouble with pains about rigid economy and looks Kite the across the small of the Hack and offices were created to reward the Doan's Kidney through my sides services of a couple of Stanley's friends. Pills quickly cured me and In return, The first move of these favorites of a BACKACHE IS Look Out, Gov. Stanley. "I BOUGHT A BUNCH OF PIGS" WOMAN'S DREAM IS W AT LAST Multi-Million-air- es She Knows Why Offer to Divide Fortunes. To be a sufferer from nervous dyspepsia for ten years, and to bear all the tortures, mental and physical, that this all too common ailment brings, and then to find relief almost over njght, is like having a happy dream come true. But this Is the delightful cxpcrlcr.ee uf Mrs. Margaret Hunter, of 40 street, Newport, Ky. Mrs. n Hunter, the wife uf a and highly successful real estate dealer in tho Kentucky city, recently told of the long hoped for change In her life. "For ten years," explained Mrs. Hunter, "I have suffered from nervous dyspepsia. When I read of the offers of multi millionaires to divide their fortunes if they might be cured of this terribly distressful malady, I felt that in this way they most eloquently told of their sufferings, and I felt, too, that I never would be cured, because I had no millions to offer. "I used nil manner uf remedies Even the strictest without avail. dieting did not help me materially. Food in any form was absolutely at most times. Out worst of all, of course, was the constant nerve strain. I had all of the symptoms that dyspepsia causes headaches, backaches, and pains in the kidney regions, nausea, dizziness, sleeplessness, bad taste in my mouth, a coated tongue, forming of gas In my stomach and bloating, and I was in a generally rundown and thoroughly nervous condiHigh-teentwell-know- Props, Hullalo, N. V Will History Repeat? One hundred years ago, 1SI6, was a year without summer." Will history repeat itself this year, it being the one hundredth anniversary of that momen. tous year, says the Paris Democrat. In 1SI6 it snowed every month In the year. An old man in Kentucky told me ho had heard his grandfather t.vk of that year and one Incident had mi HU grind pressed itself on his mind father said that he and his ' girl" started for a Fourth of July celebration, but were compelled to turn back on ac count of a terrific snow storm. The old mm told me that In the sprint; of I817 his grandfather and another man rode from Kentucky on horseback into Pennsylvania and paid $5 per bushel for seed wheat with which to plant their lields. The past year was a step in that direction. We did not have any snow durlug the summer, but at the same time ve aid not have two weeks of real summer weather during t.ie entire year. Possibly the weather man was waiting for the one hundredth anniversary to rol around so that history might havo a chance to repeat itself. Notice. Dr. R. L Stephenson will be in his office at Stephensport regularly after January 1, 1916, to practice his profession. Prompt attention will be given to all pUients who call at his office. the Governor was to find a "mare's nest" about Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart which has become the laughing stock of the State. The Governor undertakes to lav his hand duwu hard on the sheriffs of the State, the poorest paid of all the county officers, and the msst dangerous job, and now he is hearing from all the sherills and what some of them are saying is not tileasant. in undertaking to compliment Treas urer Goodpaster's report, Gov. Stanley says, "he has brougnt ortler out 01 chaos" and immediately former Treas- User Rhea says that there Is very little dilference between his report and his successor and that the cnanges Mr. (oodr aster has made were suggested by him aud Mr. K. G. Phillips, the Assistant Treasurer, under Mr. Rhea, who is still in Mr. Goodpaster's ollice. Gov. Stanley has gotten the wrong idea in his head. He seems to think that he was elected Governor In order to discredit everything he cau find about the former Democratic Adminis He shouM recall the plat tration form unon which he was elected en dursed the McCreary Administration. What Gov. Stanley might do with greater profit and popularity to himself is to seek to make his Administra tion an improvement over the Demo cratic Administration by what HE UOKS aud what he Is able to bring about and that the people of Kentucky are not going to applaud hiui on account of anv demerits the former Dem ocratic Administration may have had We advise Gov. Stanley In the kindest manner to look out, and get on the ignt track Klizabethtown News. Poisons "Don't you Joko with us, John, wo the biggest pleco of news yet," yelled Dave Thuruian as be rode up want to know." to the old blacksmith shop at "I have nlrcndy told you, but I haven't told you the wholo story Just ns It happened to me. You fellows "Well glvo It to us, Dave." "John Hughes's goln to run for recollect I bought a big bunch of pigs Just about the time school opened. school trustee." "No, you're jokln', Dave. John, he's Well they were ns nice n bunch ns I too busy a farmer to bother with belli' ever saw, so I wanted 'cm to bo fed school trustee, besides ho hasn't got right. My regular hand, ol' SI, was any kin folks teachln' school that I sick, so I had to hire, a now man to do the feedln'. While I was lookln' ever heard of." "That may bo so, but I got word around I put the hogs In that clovor about it mighty straight. His wife field down next the school house so tol' mine he was goln' to run an' I they'd have grazla' enough an' plenty leckon that's Just abbut as straight as of water. "I reckon you boys think I'm takln' anybody could get anything. Here ho comes now on his ol' bay mare, an' a long time to tell you the story, but I believe It'll change your Ideas about you can ask him for yourselves." man had the school like it did mine. Well, the When the tall, given the blacksmith some Instruc- day I put the hogs in on the clover a tions concerning tlio mending of a nice lookln' youngster nbout 18 years doubletree, ho turned to the men and old come over to hire to mo an' feed the hogs. I talked with him an' he said: "I'll bet anything Dave has told you was bright all right, but ho never had I'm out for the efflce of school trustee fed hogs. He had worked on a farm an' he had a pretty good education, for Ashbottom "Yes, he said you were goln' to run, an' I wanted to hire him, but you see was afraid to risk feedln' c lot of but we couldn't hardly believe It," corn to pigs that stood mo flvo hunone of the neighbors. dred dollars In hard money." Why not?" "I don't blame you," remarked one 'Well, because mighty few men ever wanted the trouble and bother of wor of tho men, "but how did that make .yln' with a young teacher an' a lo you decide you wanted to.be trustee?" "I'm comln' to that now. After the of children. Besides there ain't a penny In It an' plenty of hard work If young man had left an' I'd finished feedln' the pigs, I went over to the the man does his duty." The candidate sat down on the school house as I was so close by. trame of the grindstone under the big When I went in the door I reckon I elm and quietly crossed his legs. For was still thlnkln' about the pigs an' the young man I was afraid to hire. 11 time ho was silent with an odd, bitter smile on his face. At length he At any rate I looked over tho room. My children and your children goln' arose and said: "Any one of you men would fight If to school to a mite of a sweet little anybody told you that you really didn't girl of 18. I'd known her nearly all her life an' I was certain this was the love your children, wouldn't you?" The men about him nodded their as- first school she'd ever taught. I knew she's only finished goln' to school hersent and he hurried on. "Vou do love 'em; I know you do self last year. "For a minuto I felt like a fool bebecause I love mine, too. But boys, there's ever so many ways of lovln' cause I knew I'd been afraid to trust children an' it's only lately that I've tho feedln' of my hogs to a youngster seen a new way to love 'em. My chil- without experience an yet here were dren have been goln' to school out at four of my own children goln' to little girl the little school house for five years school to an an' I hardly ever gave 'em a thought. without any experience. "That's the reason I told you I was I voted for any ol' galloot that wanted learnln' to love my children a new to bo trustee Just like you have." "What made you swap around In way, an' that's the reason I'm goln' to take time to be trustee so I can see your Ideas?" asked one of the men. "Feedln" hogs aa' keepln' my eyes that my children an' your children get open." a fair square deal from now on." Ash-botto1 ' Got tion. "And then came the joyful surprise. After the first few deses of Tanlac I was benefited. Now I am back to a normal condition, nerves quieted, restful sleep, and my food digesting as it shuuld, and, of courso I am gaining strength dally. "My husband, who has seen the splendid effect of Tanlac on Tie, has also taken it." Tanlac, that inspired this intensely interesting story, big In importance to men and women everywhere, now is being introduced in Cloverport, Ky., at Wedding's Drug Store, where it is being fully explained daily. Renewal From L. Basham. Dear Mr. Babbage: I failed to send my renewal for The Breckenridge News, but hope this will reach you so I will not miss a copy of it. Enclosed find money order for same. Logan Basham, Sunnyslde, Kans. Your friend. Abe Meador's Saturday. Mr. Meador JOEL II. PILE, and family will leave in a few days for Atlanta, Ga Illinois, their future home. Mr and .Mrs. Alviu Milieus were the Henry M. Howard Dead. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis. Henry M. Howard, one of the best Most all of the farmers in this com munity are through delivering tobacco known citizens of i.'annalton died Mon and are well pleased with the prices re- - day. after having been ied fast adout For the previous ten two weeks. ceied. allllcted wilh IUid Skaggs, of Custer, is visiting rela-- 1 years he had been Bright's The funeral was lives here. j conducted Thursday by Rev U. IS Miss Ogie Davis has returned to her The Kotcham, of the M. K. Church home at Woodrow, after spending sever-- . remains were laid to rest in the CI at clays here, the guest of her aunt, .Mrs. cemetery. J W. Illair. Mr. Howard was a formir resident Mr and .Mrs. 1'ied Davis gave a of Hreckenridge count,. CanncUoii dance Satuiday night in honor of their Telephone. cousins, Misses Pearl anil Ogie Davis, A large crowd attended of Woodrow The Full Formula Hud Skaggs iiiii all report a good time and l'aytou Madison furnished the ' of"Ptnslar White Pino and rtnruce Balsam" Is on the label so you can see music, what a good cough medicine it is. lijc Mr and Mrs. WiUwr Itiitler and little at Wnddirg's Drug Store. daughter, Until, wia Sunday night the guests of his father, Helix Ilutlcr. Capt. Gardner Dead. Several from here Imvo been attendCapt. Jas A Cirdmr. favorably ing the red tag sale at iUrdiusbtirg The school closed here I'riday. Miss known in .mil about (Jinneltm. passed away at the home of his son Lilh.ni Cunimn was tile toachcr. ' J e. 11 I Retained in the bmlv causes rheumaWorth the Price. tism, scrofula, tn:ilnrii, constipation, blood poison. Number 10 For The Dear Mr. Habbage: Thank you for Wood expels poisons from the body and changing my address of paper with a .cures blood poison in its worst form promptness that gave me each number I am send Sold by Wedding's Ding Store. on time. My time is out. ing cheek for another year. If the bank charges for collection, just re- -' LOCUST MILL turn check aud I'll risk a dollar bill in letter. The Breckenridge News is so Miss Lottie Davis, who is attending 'richly worth the price that I want you to realize the full amount ot the school at Ilarneil, spent the week-enwith her p irents, Mr. and Mrs Koscoe 'dollar. Mrs. Pile and I arc well and happy. Wishing you all of the best Daws. for 19I6, I am. A large crowd attended the sale at j does the work. Drug Store, Stop That Bark Scott Bruington was the guest of Mr. town Friday. with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce and Mis. Lum Eskridge Friday night. J. C. Bmdie Balsam," the cough medicine that Homtr Alexander was here Friday. position again 25c at The Gentle Art of Smiling. Wedding's HARNED. Mr. and Mrs. II. 11. Moorman and daughter, little Miss Louise, were the guests of his mother. Mrs. I'J'hel Moorman, Sunday. Miss Lottie Davis has returned to ehnoi, after spending a few days with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Iioscoe Davis, at Locust Hill. Mack Juiggins, ot Madrid, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. S. M. Crume, and his daughter, Mrs. S. H. Davis, Monday. Messrs. Curtse McCoy, Steve Pollen and Lainher Tucker were In town Friday delivering tobacco. , Miss Nora McCoy, who is attending the II C. H 3., came home sick Thursday afternoon. Mcsiis. Steve Davit, aud Homer Alexander are nujlng tobacca now. Many loads of tobacco are being de- liveitd it; e Lotta Davis and Sylvia Misses Ho ines were the guests of Miss Cum Davis Thursday I . S1LPHENSP0RT. Pearl Davis Suscuiiktc, Miss of Woo. how, ami l'onga ol Custer, seut Saturday night the guests of Miss Annie II. Davis Mrs. I look, Mel-bur- Logsdon-Ditto- . The wedding of Mls Nini Logsdon and Grover '. Ditto was quietly solemnized January I5 at the home of the Only bride's parents in Louisville. the two immediate families and few intimate frienus won; present The ImmediUov. H. II. Hulls olllclated ately after the ceremony Mr. and Mis. Ditto left for their southern home, Kiversaale Plantation, Denlson, Tex. Vine Grove Sentinel, James Moorman was the guest of Miss I, eland (Sutler Sunday. G. P Macy Is contlued to his home with neuralgia Messrs. James, Paul and Dan (Julg gins were the guests of Mrs. S. M. Crume Sunday. Miss Maud Stnltii spent the weekend, the guest of Miss Lillian May. The dance at Tom O'Donohue's Tuesday night was well attended. All report an enjoyable tune. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume and suns, Raymond anil David, were the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Macy, Sunday. Rev. Ohestine K mil son filled his regular appointment at Kphesus Sunday. Kev. Monroe Tato preached at the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs Ursa Tucker and Mrs. ltusa V. C tlretz, ner Hunllnliu-f- . lid Watts sptnt Tui.sday with Mr. and Thursday, January 13. He was 711 Mrs. Willis Payne. years, II months aud 2 days old. He Mr. and Mrs. Tom Macy visited his leaves one brother at StepliHisp-rt- , sou, li. P. Macy, Witlnesdiy. Ky., one son ard a intrrii-d tt.giitt-Mr. and Mrs. It bt. Weatherford and at Huutiiigsburg. He was liU'led at) daughter, Miss llessie II., were the Troy. Ind , Sirulav Tele guests of Mrs. L'hambllss Sunday, iiuneltoii phone Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy and Utile daughter, Mtss Ethel, s(ieut Tuesday Daniel R. Shackled Dead. with Mr. and Airs. Frank May, Daniel Ross Shacklette, farmer and Floyd Qulgglns was the guest of Mtss head of the Shacklette Hardware Co , of Glasscock at Hardinsburg Kkrou, tlied at bis home in Ivkron Jan- Vltinle uary 2, I916 He was born near Hill Thursday. Grove P'ebruary 26, 18.18. Meade Conn-t- y S. II. Davis was called to Locust Hill to the bedside of his father, Mr. Messenger. John Davis, who was very III I r W. II. Gardner was in Cloverport I'riday Mis ts Uvn Basham and Mvrtle B Sliellman were the weekend guests of Miss Henrietta Shiyely. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dowell, Glad to report Miss Bsssle Knott able S imple, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. to bt- - up. W. H. llrownfield Saturday. Kirby Pollock spent Saturday night Miss Eva May, of Cloverport, was the guest of Mrs. W. J. heliopp Satui-da- at J. B. Dutschke's, near Webster. Wm. Ch'ipptdl was in Louisville Sun. W. French wis in L misville last day to see Ills son, Lnwreuce. Geo. W. Ray, of Lolusa, 111., has bsen week. Mrs. Godfrey Haswell, of Htirlit- - speuding a few days with his cousin, burg, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Henry Cashman Mr. aud Mrs. H, A. Ca.hmui, of A. McCubblm. lv. Smith, whop, attending the Brazil, Ind., made a short stay with Dr. Wilbur Smith College i,t Lexington, their brothtr aud sister, Mr. aud Mrs. writes in hlg'ih c .nimsiidabU- terms of Hen O.shuitn, not long siir.v. J. II. AWtt ami Miss Mvrtlu Dfucon the work. w. rn iiere one tiny l..st week. '1' esday Mrs. lvlUibetn l'aulnian M ick Cashiirtn gave Harlan Cash-nu- n for Hardinsburg where she will spend a birthday p.utv Monday night of the remainder of the winter with her last week. It w,n wehSittended and all sister, Mrs. Hook. M'ss Henrietf i Shivulv left Monday repuit a g mmi time. Wliilleld Hendry and fnmlU will for Owetisboro uh-r- c slu will study music. leave Wednesday for their home nt They have been spt nding Mrs. Sim il own, after .pending six Fordsville. weeks with relatives 111 Mystic and Hie last two wee:;s with thsir br 'thur, Roscoe Hendry. Websttr, ret jnuil mime F.iday, Grover Blddln and mother have Mrs. A. R, Crawforl Is tho guest t,f moved to the Roscoe Norton plnce, and Mrs. A. C. MuKaughan in Cloverport. Juno M'tttiugly aud family uu Allen Clavcumb's place. Miss Edith Knott gave a musical, one night last wesk. The Ohio river, which has been at u very high stage, is now in its banks In the February Woman's Home left Frida to accept his on the necesas mate on the steamer Companion is an article sity of teaching children to smile in inLena May. , fancy so they will not forget the habit. Father John M. Abell, who has been "A mother had a little girl, her first sick for sorr? time, is able to be oui child, who seemed to have been born again. Perfectly well, still with a scowl L. B. Hall went to Louisville Sundav she had a morose disposition which it with a load of hogs. seemed as though nothing could alter. (5 o. Frvmire. of Wabish, Ind , is nt When the second child was born, the home for a few days wilh his mother, mother made a rule that uo one should Mr-- '. look at the baby without a smile. Kate Frvmlre K. J. Siallman returned Sundav after With the imitation of childhood the a vMt to his sister, Mrs. E. Tobin, in. baby at once began, even in her early weeks, to smile back, and as she grew, St. Loui'm. and the rule still held In the home, she Goodson Fiymire left Thursday for developed into what everyone who New Orleans, where he has a pisition knew her called 'the smiling baby,' Dr. Sphire lost a fine JS5 cow last and grew up with the sunniest dispoweek. sition, a joy to everyone. Now what The free dance and oyster supper at that mother did, any mother can do. Derbv, Ind., Saturday was enjoyed bv A child may actually inherit a serious, several of the Kentucky people. even a sullen disposition, yet these may be crowded out while they are undeveloped, by the habit of cheerRAYA10ND NEWS fulness." Breaks a Cold. The demand for "Wedding's Cold Tablets" has been made oa their merits as a cold and grip remedy. 25c at Vedding's Drug Store. Every Man His Own Assessor. The Herald has contended for years that on of the main basic faults of our taxing system lies with the nssessors or their deputies. We still believe we are right. Under the present taxing system every man is practically his own assessor. Frequently lists are scatd-rearound among the taxpayers and collected again with little regard for the manner lu which tills should be done. Sometimes the property lister is not sworn; sometimes lie is missed altogether He lists his property without question or formality. In this way much t roperty goes untaxed. The assessor makes a quick inconsequential job of a very important mission. And right here lies a big fault, Hartford Herald- - 4 Try our up to date job work Grip Epidemic Abating. The grip epidemic, which lias many victims In this city, is The recent cold weather helped the havocs of the the plague. tloctors have been kept busy CHtNAULT Try a News Want Ad. ugjln. Dr. Try our Want or For Sale Sphire, of Mooley vllle, was In column for quick results. had so abating. to stay All the day and night. Slit AMERICANS HANGED TO TREE Zapata 1 Bandits Murder Citizens, and Roll U, S, OUTLAWS OVERRUN COUNTRY Mining Man Reaches Border With Grewsome Tale of Outrages Upon Americans by Mexican Dandlts Carranza Authorities Helpless. Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 24. Zapata bandits operating In Oaxaca, Mcx., havo caused a reign of terror amoiK Americans, foreigners, particularly many of whom havo been murdered or robbed, nccordlng to nn aflldavtt mado by an American mining mnn, Andrew J. Trnmbo of Los Angeles, Cal., who rondo public a growsomc talo of bandit outrages hero. Trumbo declares that ho saw six bodies, said to bo thoso of Americans, hanging from one tree, and two bodies swinging from nnother. The Carranza authorities are helpless nnd the country Is being overrun by outlaws, ho says. At El Paso Trumbo related an account of the blowing up recently of a passenger train near Puebla with a lives. loss of twenty-thre"Twenty miles southwest of BJutla I saw the bodies of six men hanging to trees, and I was told by Mexicans that they were Americans," Tumbo stated In his affidavit. "No one knew their names. About a quarter of a mile farther on I saw two more badly decomposed bodies hanging to a tree. 1 was told they also were Americans." Conditions became so unbearablo that he could not remain In the Mexican state with his family, Trombo declared In his statement In explaining his departure from Mexico. He and his wife were mistreated and and insulted, he said. "U. n. nurton, an American mining man," the affidavit says, "was forced -- I to pay $1,000 gold and was then put IT in Jail under penalty of death in order t to extort more money. He refused and was later released. He fled to Tehuacan. "Tom West, an American, was shot through the head by bandits nt Tavi-che- , S. Dltlcar, a but ho recovered. Frenchman, owner of a mercantile establishment in Oaxaca. while en route to the City of Mexico to purchase supplies, was held by Oencr.il Agullar and robbed of all his money, about 400,000 pesos, which is equivalent to $30,000 gold." A Mr. Hamilton, an American mine owner at Tavlche, suffered similarly, Trumbo said, because he possessed a passport signed by General Pablo He was released when ho Gonzales. paid the ransom demanded, according to the affidavit. Trumbo said Clifford Ilobinson, , 'V American consular agent at Oaxaca, ' knew of tho outrages, but was unable to report them because Agullar censored his mail. o John Jewell, Nlcholasvllle, has told y his farm of 228 ncrcs to Wllmore College for $315,000. The farm KENTUCKY NEWS will be used as the site for a dairy plant for tho boys who dcslro to work their way tnrough college. CUT TO THE QUICK Soldiers plunge Into burning homes at Ft. Thomas and rescued children FOR BUSY READERS after wrapping them In blankets to protect them from tlie cold; they carried furniture out of the houses and in lighting the fire. James Willis, Mt. Sterling, fell on aided civilians Townspeople of Oneida, Clay County, nn Irn rnvrri-t- l nnrrli. brnnklnsr his Irs. A baby .,oy was found abandoned In nnvo inuen loyni caro oi an or me ooys burned out In tho tire which destroyed deep vault at I oulsvlllo. boys' dormitory nt Oneldn Instl- Glbpon Garment Co.,'n new factory and plans aio being mado to hold at Maysville Incorporates at 2..,000. l others who may come, The i.. & N. has let the contract for "o" The past few weeks in the 1'crry new $25,000 depot at Jackson. i William Eugene Pago nnd Wayne County Court have bem taken up nl- Kcelen, each 11 years, Padncnh, were mo3t ontlrcly with the trial of Only j key vnres, indictments for the sale of while skntlng. SC, who was whiskey or having It In possession for Frederick Dnndamnu, one of the original seekers of gold In the putposo of sale. California In IMS, dloil at Ashland. nert ,kors, of Horse Cave, was kill- Maysvlllo Chamber of Commerce in- - Cd by Moxlcans near the Texas line, corporates with H. T. Kirk as rrc'- - ncriinllng to nifssagos received by his TURKEY uent. f.uiiir. He left Kentucky seven years George Alexander, of Paris, tho con- - ai0 for Texas. Ho is survived by vlctcd banker, was taken to Louisville widow nnd three children. for medical examination. Hiinllght, tho chestnut of Prestonburg, colt by oundrldgc. dam Spectrum, bred Ernest Gcble, was run down nnd killed by a train In Franco by Clarcnco Markay, purat catlettsburg. chased by Kenneth Alexander for $0,- Capt. Itobort Townsend, 81, ono of 0UU, dropped dead at tho Kentucky According to Unofficial Kentucky's prominent Masons, died at Association course. He was Insured Ash-bur- Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE I E 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE 1 te n. ' whls-drownc- d 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. AOIilTS PERSIA Report Farmers Dealers in Tobacco SIUG Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House whert! every hoshuud of T;;lnuvo w carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and return-- , promptly miulo GLOVER L. T. & DURRETT, Newport. ' CATTLE RUSTLERS Mexican EXECUTED Murderers of Bert Akers, American, Shot In Cemetery. El Paso, Tex.. Jan. 24. Punishment was meted out to the Mexican cattlo rustlers who murdered Hert Akers at the Mexican village of San Lorenzo, twelve miles east of Juarez, according to General Cabrlel Gavlere, commander of tho Juarez garrison, who announced that Ilernardo and Frederlco Duran, tho men who confessed to tho killing, had been summarily executed in Juarez. The execution, ho said, took place at tho Juarez cemetery. Tho Duran brothers, who were natives of New Mexico, had been in the Juarez jail sinco the killing. Instead of taking the case to civil courts tho general put the case before a military tribunal and, the verdict was death for the two men. Before the verdict was returned the Jaurez Judge of letters, the civil official who ordinarily would have handled the case, was given an opportunity to read the testimony and the judgment of the military court was approved. Austria Extends Army Age Limit Vienna (via London), Jan. 24. A decree was issued by tho Austrian government extending tho military years. age limit from fifty to flfty-flvIt is explained that this action is necessitated by the replenishment of active troops from those now doing garrison duty. o Opera Season Ends With Deficit. Chicago, Jan. 24. Tho grand opera season of ton weeks camo to n closo here with a deficit of approximately Wealthy Chicago music lov$100,000. ers, as in the past, will make good tho Iosb and will renew tholr support for tho 1916-17 Benson. Montenegrin Queen at Lyons. Paris, Jan. 24. Tho queen of Montenegro and tho Princess Xeula and King . Vera havo arrived at Lyons. )Vlctor Emmanuel placed tho royal train at the disposal of tho party. Brland to Visit Rome. Rome, Jan. 24. Premier Drland of Franco Is to come to Rome. The date of his visit has not yet been Efforts nro being mndo to establish . ..iarles Anderson was given sen- a branch of the Young Men's Christian two In the workhouse aggregating Association at Maysville. hearing III Police Court Tnn, nml 6 tlnrn fnrmn- - Iil ULTIMATUM WOULU FOLLOW e io ni a legco K'' Sheriff of Crittenden County, died at systematic llceclng of tho charitably Marlon aged 73 DUbllc wlth a "dcat ani1 A loss of $2,000 was sustained when lnIincd E,t,eme- Believed Confirmation of Rumor Would the old pnrochlal school of St. Pat- e resignation of tho Uev. W. A. Result In Note Demanding Disavowal rick's caught lire at Louisville. Mayor Park, of Ellzabothtown, sold Hopkins from the church nt Owlngs-fiv- e of, Punishment of Commander, and was granted by the Presbytery, car loads of mules at top of the --''Reparation and Future Assurances. formal acceptance of the call .ana" 'l's market at Atlanta. . Washington, Jan. 24. According to The 'State Encampment of tho G. A. as assistant pastor of the First Presby-Rwill be held in Lexington April 27 terlan Church of Lexington was rati-an- an unotllclnl report, which reached ,!cd- 28. hero by tho way of Amsterdam, TurPolice are searching for a vandal key admits that one of her submarines Shenandoah Hall, the fine property row a brick through a second-nea- r was responsible for the sinking of the of Solomon Vftnmeter, has been sold wbo story window of the home of Hev. O. Persia. Officials of the state departLexington for $175,000. There were COO refugees from tho A. Wnhl, pastor of the United Ilrethren ment and Turkish embassy officials Mr. Wahl has been had no confirmation of tho report. flood situation In Hickman, but so far Church, Newport. no damage has been done to the levies, active in the crusade against keeping In tho opinion of many persons It The commission house of J. L. Cal- - saloons open on Sunday, would be to all Intents and purposes houn, Lexington, was destroyed by fire, Tho Glcnmore Distilleries Company, an ultimatum demanding of Turkey with a total loss of $1S,000. 0f Owensboro, shortly will embark in under throat of tin Immediate severThere are 253 high schools In Ken- - the manufacture ot alcohol for use In ance of diplomatic relations, a prompt tucky, with n total enrollment of more the distillation of liquid dyes. Tho disavowal of, punishment of the comthan 15,000 students. demand for dyes for coloring varns mander responsible, loparatlon and A movement was put on foot by the and all ot fabrics hhs been great- - assurance for tho future, the Americity administration whereuy Middlescan note to Turkey would carry If it increased by the Emoiioan war, boro will build and operate its own Ase anl(.astIei n rarmer ot Alva. is established that a Turkish subelectric plant. r ton vlflnity Howling Green, went marine sank the Persia. L. S. lielburn, former Mayor of Mid- - up , ,ls The sinking of tins Persia, coming oft ahd Hcqulttcd on tho charge some dlcsboro, was on the heels of the destruction of tho ,unks an( fmo distance of killing Alf tanner to save his ,)f gl,3 Italian steamer Ancona nrousod widetn r ,VVfcV0 f(;(;, Ijn His Hght shoulder w;,H .lis.o.ated and spread Indignation. SI" body of lloone Allen, who was a ,,fel, 5ash cut Many here were Inclined to regard om hfc rRhl eye lujaici luuaij uiui in:, 1,11 111 .h'jmi 10, the Amsterdam dispatch suspiciously, A cablegram recclveo from Lieutenwas burled at his former nome hi. ant Lindsay .louts son of Captain ami because of the fact that the I'nltod Lowes, near Mayfield. States has been without a shred or .Mrs fJ. .Ioiih, of Wlnr hestor, Dr. T. M. Ulghter, of Cynthlana. bad who IsJohn route to the Philippine Isl- evidence to prove that the Persia was a narrow escape from death when bis For that satety. It was attacked by a submarine.government, automobile collided with U it N. freight ands announces bispassage reason tho American be had taken 111 on the tturd ..... though dialing under its helplessness, Alex Carpenter and Ollle Stamper 'atof ,',,;rs'"; wn'ch was sunk y had practically resigned itself to tho marine. sawed tnelr way out of the jail at prospect that tho tragedy would go A movement Is on foot for the build- Morehead, Rowan County, ono charge down Into history ns ono of the myslr'S of a fine roadway from Benham, ed with forgery and the other robbery teries of tho waters. uI'Per Harlan County, up Clover Work on Government Dam No 33 In From affidavits In possession of the Ohio River at Maysville has been L,ck Creek and through tho Loonly state department there was nothing the Wise County, Va. suspended for the next two inou.hs Creek - section of ...... . .... . to show whether tho liner was attack. .. UN tviau vu'uf, iva., win ouna nait tno due to weather conditions a mine or road, while tho Kentucky end will be ed by a submarine, struck Dr. Raymond McMillan. Danville, blow up from nn internal explosion built with the aid of road bonds. was elected Vice President of th nothing hut tho Indefinite statement On complaint of grocers who were Dental Association at meeting In of Second Officer Bromley that he had compelled to keep their places closed seen tho wako of n torpedo. Thero Is Lexlngiou. suffer- - on Sunday, the proprietors of sovehral nothing Refugees at Ashbysburg are definite or indefinite to show Ing from lack of provisions and food fruit stands in Lexington havo been steamer that any ono on tho as well as from the bllzzurd and high arrested. It Is alleged that they vlo- - saw a submarine, much less to indilatcd city ordinances by selling canned cate tho nationality of tho submarine. water Mrs. Honora Wise, near St. John's, goods, chceso. pickles and the like on Hardin County, celebrated her one Sunday. WILL NOT INCLUDE INDIANA hundredth anniversary ot her birth. a bill Intended to reduce tho price with live generations present. 0f gasoline was introduced today by President Not to Visit State In Speech-MakinDr. KustK ot the State Experiment Representative Johnson, of Kentucky Trip. Station, will glvo Ellzabothtown nn jt proposes that whenever the llrt Washington, Jan. 2 1. Senator Kern, experiment station If the ground Is vendor sells a gallon ot gasoline at a after a long conferenco with tho presiprovided. price as high as 15 cents he shall pay dent's secretary, announced that PresiTen Rroeck Tyre Co.. Louisville a tax of $1.00 tor each gallon and an Wilson will mako no stops In plant filling large foreign orders, was additional tax of a dollar a gallon dent Indiana on his coming trip, which is visited by tiames and greatly damaged, for each cent above that figure to bo devoted to speeches on "PreKlr,'s origin is to be probed. The State Agricultural paredness." Invited to recelveu a Wilson President 'Uollrbon frQm Ho has decided to make a second visit Louisville during his proposed stock Yards, of Louisville, that a quar-tou- r trip, however. Senator Kern sold, and of the Middle West In connection ant,ne had bcen ,aId ther'e it Is expected ho will speak nt Indiwith his campaign on behalf of a Sute ot on acc(mnt Qf a aug anapolis on or about March 1. This policy of preparedness , pected caa0 of ,.foot and h speech will bo at n laymen's conferJ B. Orayum and W. D Jackson ease. The gtock ds ence and will be on religious subjects, City Marshal of Wl both claim to be , shlpn)ent of hogs from hut whllo nt Indianapolis ho may A 'f Aft hV aitlt ..o Uv,. . go. U , Wncn ,a( Dad feet OU.v huo huon til n second address rotating to Grayum, wbo claims he was elected Arthur Mills, who was sentenced to "Preparedness." turn VAnro acta th Kddyvllle prison for Freight traffic on the Knoxville housebreaking, believes the use of DROWNS HERSELF IN CISTERN L. & N. has Increased to vision of the crime he com- a point that it has been neces-- atf,st rponslble for the rh'o AHni-nnPnmmnnwnn Seventy-Eigh" . sary to aod a large number of tele- : , , ' Woman ofcoming a tBurden. Fears Be" E ;?mmentl, tlia . 10 graph operators. be paroled by tho of Jcffcrsonville, Ind., Jan. 24. Mrs. The County Board of Equalization, n Commissioners State Board he Prlsas soon as shall Mary Davis, age sovonty-olght- , combeing In session for ten days at after ve been cured ot the drug habit, Franklin, raised property to the mitted suicide by drowning In a cisFrederick Berry, 38, a painter, and tern at the homo Bho occupied with amount of $127,448. and lowered prop-wlfe- - ot Lexington, from whom ho her sister, Mrs. Ixm Applegato. i nls erty to the amount ot $20,504. Two young Mexicans were shot to bad been separated for about three Mrs. Davis was tho widow of James wore foun(1 d63'1 bed In a Davis, former sheriff of Clark county. death at Juarez, Mexico, by a ranza firing squad for the murder of room of Mrs. J. T. nohannon's board-Ber- t General Jefferson C Davis, who shot It Is believed that death and killed General Thomas Nelson, nt L. Akers. an American rancher,! '"B house. wa! due t0 poisoning, and their stom- - tho Gait house, Loulsvlllo, during the formerly of Horso Cave. Ky. Mrs. Lula Moore Hume, asslstnnt chs wero taken to Kentucky State civil war, was a brother of her husmatron of tho Kentucky Children's University chemists for analysis band. Dcspondoncy due to 111 health The Ohio Hiver steamer Bowling and fear of becoming n burden are Home at Louisville, died of pneumonia and her body was taken to Pnrls, her Green sunk nt tho docks at Kvansvllle, given ns causes of tho suicide. j ind. There wero a nunibr of pasformer home, for burial. Samuel V. Kolloy, of Louisville, sengers on board at the time, but all FACTORY FLOOR GIVES WAY The boat had been in who was badly Injured In a railroad were saved. compelled service between Kvnnsvllle and Howl-t- Employes of Hudson Motor Car Com accident at Hatton, will-bhave his left leg amputated above inK cireon, Ky., for a number of years pany Eccape Injury. and was used as an excursion steamer tho knee. Detroit, Mich.. Jan. 21. Whllo moro son of Mr. nnd Mrs. j to Maminotu Cave. Tho Infant than a seoro of men wero at work In Harry Hill, Paris, smothered to death, Mgs Amv Rndclvlfo. Winchester. tho building, tho stock department or having slipped down under tho covets ,e)s (lf a grcat nonor that was bo. Motor Car company colduring tne nigut wnuc sleeping wun stowe( on her undo. Edward Hevell tho Hudson tons of material fel lapsed und tnree otners in tno same ucu. uadrlyflo. ot London, England, by King through to tho first floor. No ono wus Fires have been started under sev- - George. Mr, Uadclylfe retired as head seriously hurt. eral boilers of the big furnace of the of ino King's private banking house, Tho collapse of tho floor was Virginia Iron, Coal & Coke Co. at Mid- - and bo presented Mr. Tladclyffo with to be duo to overloading. Tho and 150 men are working. It a beautiful pin with His Majesty's part that fell was about 40 feet squaro. dlcsboro years since the furnace monogram and stedded with pearls Factory managers estimated tho prophas been eight has been operated. "jand diamonds. erty damage at $4,000. 1 for $7,500. Reaching Washington. Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. ,' DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... e d DENTIST Office Hours: S:. A,vaAru,f IrtlDgton. Ky. rnllJ sot-is- . $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma .$75.00 Hook- - m IE W keeniniror Shorthand Course. TIM li UN LI MI- - M m Save $20 Now! iiwl 11 t..-a- m 1r.r Oil ,licmnnr rxnn.m Address 'n mi I I II. O. KEESLING, President BRYANT & SI RATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE i 1 i m " liJ TRY A WANT AD TODAY fcfiKft-'- Louisville, Kentucky i LSi lifiWci I 73 rS?& iwi v7-- '7:& Blue-gras- s WANTED! CLEAN. (OLD RAGS1 I AT THE NEWS OFFICE g f I 1 II'. Subscribe Today SEEKS PEACE WITH BELGIUM dlne I 7" Tests With Potatoes. opl-suc- h r - 1 Car-year- I d A report has been received by the Department of Agriculture of tests made in Ireland in which potatoes were allowed The to sprout before being planted average results obtained in every county in Ireland during the ten years of the experiment, showed that sprouted seed yielded twelve tons and unsprouted seed According to the ten tons per acre. tests the advantages of storing potatoes during the winter in sprouting boxes areas follows: "(1) A substantial increase in yield; (2) planting may be deferred for a time in an unfavorable season without detriment to the crop; (3) several weeks' growth is secured in in closo touch with thu boxes previous to planting; the first called attention to tho fact tile r.ltuatlon tho Japaneso bud is preserved, which results in the that In recent weeks nowspaporH apparently without objec- crop making rapid growth when planted, tion from tho government, have been enabling it to smother weeds; (.)) the Indulging In moro or less hostile criti- crop is usually lend) for lifting several weeks before that from unspioiited seed; cism to Great llrltaln. (5) seed potatoes can be safely and conKing Nicholas In Rome. veniently stored in boxes and easily exKing Nicholas of amined for tlie removal of unsound tub!. Itomo, Jan. Montenegro, Trlnco Peter and n body- ers or for the detection of those of other .Montenegrins ar- varieties which may have been guard of forty-flvrived hero on a special train from introduced." Parmers Home nrlndlsl. Thoy wore mot at tho sta. tion by King Victor Kmnmnuel, who Joiiriii-1ombrasscd and kissed thorn and acTry a Want Ad. if you companied thorn to tho royal villa, want quick results. wbero they were his guests. Report Germany Is Ready to Make Separate Overtures. Washington, Jan. 24. Following closely on tho Inspired utterances la tho Frankfurter Keltung, siiKKostlnK that Germany la prepared to treat with llelglum for a suparato poaco, Inquiry hero In woll Informed quarters gavo strong ground to hellevo that Germany Is likewise sounding out Japan's willingness to listen to separate peace r.roposals. Whether any direct overtures havo hecn mado to the Toklo government is not known, but In discussing tho prospect members of tho diplomatic corps o acci-dentil- lv .THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher MAIN ISSUE IS PROHIBITION 26, 1916 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Drys Claim First Heat In Havihg Bill Favorably Claiming to hare saved the sum of the State Insurance Hoard has Issued a statement showing that during the past four years tho reduction In Kentucky is 5 cents more on the hundred dollars of Insurance than tho average for the wliolo coun try. Tho total amount of Insurance covered by the policies In Kentucky Is about $400,000,000 annually. $200,000 for the poople ot In fire Insurance, the State EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. ANTI-PAS- Reported S GOES THRU Cards of Thanks over 5 lines chafed for at the rate of 10c per line. A property classification bill to conform with the Ideas of tho best posted persons In a number of States wlli shortly be Introduced, according to Chairman W. A. Perry, of the House Revenue and Taxation Committee. should be d by this Legislature, both becau-- e a pai ty should redeem its pledges to the people and bocau-- e the Constitution do- mands it. Hut as the constitution did not mention newspaper men or other private eitixe.w in its provision aMhe platform does not do that either, we can eo no reason whv tiie law should :o beyond what is demanded of both. Certainly the press hould have the riirht to and to for udverti-inj- r make contracts for transportation in piohibit it would show an niiimiK upon the part of the Legislature The HL'itint the newspaper" which they hould be far from having. doe- - a rrent deal for the State and al-- o for those who are pre-- s , ii , ... . . . . If u J elected io onice unci an it iisk- - is iau ticaimcin, n !i uuc.- - noi ys that, it ha- - a way of its own of sendin- - politician- - to the bone yard of oblivion. Iilizabethtown News. pu-se- Much Interest Over A'oman Suffrage-Stan- ley The measure, providing for tho County Will Likely Be working of convicts on tho Stnt? Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Made A Business Session. roads, which was adopted as a const! tutional nmendment at tho Xovcmiioi election. Is receiving favorable com (Pprclal). Frankfort. K CLOVBUPOUT. State- tnent, BKIXO OX TIME IX nnd provisions will bo made for wide prohibition, wotrnn suffrnpe and the carrying out of It. There ! nntlniur that help-- ' u cunniunity moro tlmn to htivc cit- an anti-pasIsbill nrc the paramount izens who lire nhvnv on time It is no longer considered stylish to sues to be settled at tlih rcssion of tho Indorsed by Governor Stanley and Kentucky General Aascmbly. be lute unci the incut eleiriinf people take rnrtieulur pain to be on There has hardly been a day slnco Attorney General Logan, tne anti-pas- s time nt church, at every public meeting and at every social event. the 1916 session opened but that theso bill introduced by Uepresentatlve Covington, Strlcklett, three matters "Go early" is the sloirui now and tlii" popular effort is ronchinj referred to lu have been mentioned or Senate by aofvote of 27 to pasfed tho 7 after beresolutions, bills and tho are tryinc to form the habit of beuisr on time llkf Clovciport. People ing amended to permit mo exchange of railroad pr.sscs for advertising space The "wets" claim that n show-dowevery place thev tro not oniy trying to. but nrc nnikinir n point to In pet ready and be ready on time. Tardiness ha been -- appinir the on the liquor question was forced too the the newspapers. If the bill passes gener- early for tho Rood of a business ad- 1, House It becomes effective January life out of the Cloverport school- for the last ten years and 1917. ministration, but tho "drys" claim they Hut throuch are determined to know where every A fine of not less than ?E00 nor ation after srencration has zone to ieliool late. Association, the im member stands at tho earliest possible more than $2,500 and a Jail sentence ot efforts of the teachers and the Parent-Teiehe- r .1 not less than ten days nor more than . .. ,.r u,ul- i m uic mniuis ocinsi KIute(1 over tllcIr vlctor). In i,avnB thirty days for any railroad company portance ol ocinn on time at bill favorably reported furnishing passes. A forfeiture of ofto DC welcomed ne on the State-wldtlie boys and girls who sn to school today timc. to be successful in business, be on time, to make your home by tho Senate committee, the "drys" fice and a fine of from $100 to $500 uiu uuiiuiiisinuiou .1110 uiggesi for nny state official accepting free pleaant,bc ready for the meak to sot the be-- t example,necr so late fc'u surprUe ot theIr ,lvog nnd gt d a transportation. to church. Hotter late than never is tho worst possible excuse anri battle of more than ordinary Interest, Tho bill Is one of the strong Demois to be never late. Hcintr on time although It may be short and decisive. cratic party pledges and was tho first the most we can do to be our Dr. Norman A. Palmer, Superintend- to be read into the Senate calendar. in Cloverport at church, at school, at home, at the lodcc and at the ent of tho Kentucky To make tho provision for the exchange of passes from the railroads club, is what we all arc trying to do. Go early and you can not fail League, and .Mrs. Francos K. President of the Kentucky with the newspapers for advertising, (Woman's Christian Temperance James B. Stears, of Xicholasville, AjlN Union, have been on the ground since President of tho Kentucky Press AsThf .nn.rititrinn nroliiliiu memiip.rs of the Legislature and nil tho opening of the Legislature. It Is sociation, and C. D. Senff, of Jit. Stersaid that the usual paid lobbyists of ling. Chairman of the Legislative Com It outfit to other olhcials from iidmir on free railroad pa.--cs. the (llstllIerg ,mvo not ma,o tilc,r ap. - penrance yet, but they arc expected to mittee of the association, called on been incorporated in a a long time ago with penalties for itGovernor Stanley to urge him not to violation The provision of the constitution wa made a part of the Bet active soon. In the last Legisla oppose this amendment. ture of 1912 tho State-widquestion Democratic State platform nnd we are (irmly of the opinion that it U-a, doferr.d unU1 tho closIng ,,aya of! Obituaries chafed for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. s ajl vtv am wwrvr mwom i n it. i.jj - 4 YOU HAVE HEARD ALL OF YOUR LIFE THAT "YOUR MONEY IS YOUR BEST FRIEND." IF YOU ARE LETTING .YOUR MONEY SLIP AWAY FROM YOU, STOP IT. YOU CAN STOP IT IF YOU WILL. YOU WANT TO BE INDEPENDENT. THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN BECOME SO IS TO BANK YOUR j MONEY. BANK o WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 bct Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Anti-Saloo- - Ileau-cham- lllfr wttdus imr THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. nnc HARDINSBURQ, KY. , '. , e s the General Assembly. D,"8Uc B ' antl-lobby- Lnnllf toXsldenT WomW an Wilson to address a joint session at !'ls..cn.nvcnlcnce-- . 1Ie !,as aIso bcen JnvSn -- -- I - . . I . the administration's trust and corrupt practice measures, commission' Tin It nr. ,1 1. i have been Introduced In both Hm.es It is osslb e f r 1 m o and will be pushed by Governor Stan-- , lIo 'g0 . ' ley, who pledged himself to seo that. tits), uiu wiisun oiewun. President ot ,ho Ullteraey Commission, will Tho bill to reimburso Kentucklans, ,lrnlni,iv n,i,iraa n nt for cattlo destroyed in stamping out 1,1,0 neiinmi Anmi,iv T),r0.in,. .1 nnl.lnMln f t . .it,.. e ui .i. Unu muiim y nntl'X bTn Money Loaned kS K ' .i.. 'Lfnl'mnn83 h'VSS these losses sustained $C8,000 to cover I 17 as a jollt resoiton was offorcd ln ,he Senatc b' I'sident Pro fern. Combs inviting her. on approved security atreas- onable rates at 1 11 A Legislature to securo tho passage of a State-widamendment for prohibl sins" or "white lies." tlon Is oniy the Initial struggle that will be waged during this session A bill ls to be Introduced to prohibit ACTIVE Sl'HING THADE. the manufacture of Intoxicating In a recent of the New York Sun it says that indications liquors In Kentucky. The constitution is silent on the are reported for an active spring trade. Except in isolated case.-thequestion of tho manufacture of lntoxl is no evidence that high prices are as yet lessening consumption eating liquors, tho sale, barter or - still to contract loan is permitted by Section CI of the and it is significant that the providing but tho word ahead. Many traveling sale-me- n are -- ending in larger orders than constitution, left out, so that"manufac ture" was tho dry al and in some sections, forward business is developing with ex- forces claim that a bill to prohibit tho ceptional rapidity. Tin- - not only indicates depleted merchandi-- e manufacture may bo passed by a ma vote. It stocks in channels, but al-- o affords convincing proof of jority Frost and is ln tho hands of Sen Hepresentativo Hamll ntor general conlidence in the future. ton, who introduced the State-widbills in the Senate and House respee All signs point to a very active spring trade, while current own Heware of e ",-m-all ue ie u.-ue ' rv.rm... ,..Uit. AnA i..,.i,. f ..llcmli no nnd nftPii ilr. n0n,..nl0ii,,. h .....! wu,,luu "a&. bau " denial, bad habits, like weeds pnnir up, unaided and untrained, to P.nrrnlltnn lino cnfrl flinf ho choke the plan.-- of virtue, and, as Canadian thistles, allowed to ,0 to Tr cla,med tllat tho blu wl 1" b, "J" T ;., c.: n- c,wli., o.v.i, ton vi... rc drys to better handle the liquor g is not termined to push his "Jim Crow" bill. problem ln that locality. weeding.'' How fortunate that the science of providing for tho separation of street , . . i 1. ., . niiiici irnnnrn v rnnwn iv imrimrs nni rati" .i.v. in our scnoois. cu iw- ' to . . depart-and universities. It is a science, compared with which other Judge James M. Benton has made tatlvo Stone, of Crittenden County, inmunts of education sink into insignificance. Every act repeated, """""" roU,,.ec'1 a hm whIch wl likely to perform that act, and discovers in our won-- i 01 isn iinnreseniniivf Pushed makes us more A." . t. ni ; uuuiiaiiiiiuiii 01 me btaie 'iro 'tm'4(- - viu ,in..r..i ..i mn;f;n irl.nc f,.il hr p ..m .V o ,,i Marshal Department. bwnn-p- , Kinnllv the original event lle ls "ot selected to succeed the in oYiif-iiiniK.rtiiin tn ihn late Justice Lamar on tho Supreme act becomes voluntarv from a natural reaction. All through our bench by President Wilson. He was Announcing his candidacy for Congress in tho Eighth lives the brain is constantly educating ditlerent parts of the body to supported for the latter place by all sentative George L. District, Repre- Pickett, of Shelexcept three of the Kentucky delega-- byville, form habit- - which will work automatically from rellex action. a cousin of Governor Stanley, tion in Congress. says that he Is going to give Congress.Men carelc ly or playfully get into habits of peech which beman Harvey Helm the battle of his come natural that they speak or act as they do not intend, to their The fight of tho dry forces In tho life'. HIT TI I K SERVANT. by farmers. Similar bills have been passed by fourteen States. ti . 1 1 1 At the request of Covington minis- tors, a bill was Introduced by Itepre- Carroll County, sen.t"u.v? Grecn' screens and nn .blinds which now protect the interior The Bank That is Steadily Growing '., J j ri.... WATCH US! iBank of Cloverport, v5 habit-formin- . 1 . 11 1 . 1 wwthjMJj " T ,.' ! - s t gj Viuvcipun, n,, -- 4- ivy. .. t -- -o ?H canvass will be mado all over the state by the Woman's Christian Temperanco Union securing slgneis to petitions requesting tho Legislature to pass the amendment providing for a statewide vote on prohibition. It is their plan to send a petition or at least 1.000 names to the General Assembly each day. house-to-house A Special Prices On S j 2 "RUBBER ROOFING" Samples Furnished on Request. jje for heavy weight apparel and other seasonable goods ure stimulated by continued cold weather over a wido area of tho country. Wholesale trado in spring goods, opening earlier than usual, is Impeachment charges satisfactory; road salesmen report marked success in booking orders, the groundless" and says are "utter muiuwii-.proamnion was given a ly that ho Is start In tho Senate when tho Senate and the outlook for thriving business is such as to evoke but few there to answer them in person. Committee on Constitutional Amend di cnting notes. DOLLAR DAY KEHUUAHV 2!). The Dollar Club has been established by the Kentucky Sunday School Association, of Louisville, for tho puvpo-- o of strengthening tho state, county and district organizations, to increa-- o tho Sunday school membership of tho state. You can become a charter member by contributing one dollar on or before February 2'., 1010. The Hreckenridgo Loose Leaf Tobacco Wurchouo - making a good treatment and fair prices. record on It is making market for tobacco that is attracting new buyers and handlers every week. The big concerns, who were never before repiesented, are now buying on this market and are pleased with tie grades and typs of tobacco. Farmers and tobacco growers should attend the.-- e sales to find out what types of tobaccos are needed and are bringing tho best prices. Then go homo and try to raise theo types. If they can't raise tho kind that brings the be-- t price, don't raise any at all. 11 Mrs. Beatrice Hale, of New York, one of tho leading suffragists of the country, received a warm welcome on her visit u the State Capital and in her address to tho joint session of tho General Assembly. She was lntroduc. ed by Lieutenant Governor James D. Illack. Uvely. Suffrago leaders claim an abundance Judge Joe E. 'Williams, of McCreary of conlidence In passing their bill proCounty. Is In Frankfort claiming that viding for a statewide vote next year. ft We can please you in Price and Quality, iff Write tor Samples. J5 B W FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated ff JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLEGets Repeat Orders Cloverport needs a loose leaf tobacco house. There is no bettor point in the Stato than right here for a loose loaf house, a good one, with plenty of capital and push behind it. and Lexington are active In having a bill Introduced providing for a ponalty for fraudulent advertising similar to the city ordinances which tho clubs tion. The voto on tho committee, which have, respectively, succeeded In getting through tho city councils ot each was taken in executlvo session, was: For. Williams, Montgomery, Frost, city. Antic; against, Knight, Littrcll and Strlcklett. Congressman A. W. Harkloy has In- frained from Senator Zimmerman revoting. troduced a bill In Congress "to prevent tho manufacture and sale of al One h undred citizens from Pike cohnllc liquors in tho District of CoCounty nrrived in Frankfort to usr lumbia." and says that It Is his inten- their concerted action against the tion to push tho bill to turn tho na. bill to divide tho county and tlnnal capital dry. Ho said that it was n mistako to accuse Kentucky as be- ira!;e Stanley County out of tho parl ing a "whlskoy Stato," for lit out ol tition. They appeared before tho Assembly in a body. 120 counties are dry. It Is claimed that It will be a con It Is regarded as somewhat novel thai u member, of Congress from tho stitutional Impossibility to divide tho Stat that produces moro whiskey county slnco Pike County at present than any other In the Union, and has contains only 785.55 squaro miles. three-fifth- s of all tho whiskey In the This question, howover. Is in dispute, United States In its bonded ware- and It will have to be determined by houses, should champion the causo ot the Virginia line. Tho constitution prohibition, according to Washington proviues urn a county must contain at least 400 square miles. dispatches. pio-poseGen-Ji'a- Tho Advertisers' Clubs of Louisville ments decided to report favorably r Frost's bill providing for the amendment to bo. submitted to tho people ot Kentucky at the 1917 elecSen-nto- A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE Makes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by vour grocer, write its LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Levvisport, Ky. NICE, CLEAN Wanted at This Office at Once s f59 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, JAN. News 2(1, 1910 CHOICE POULTRY You do not want poultry unless it is tender nnd fresh, and thnt is tlio only kind you will find at our market. Wo specialize in GERMANS ENGLISH RAID BnUred at the Post Offllce at CloTer port, Ky second class matter. fMlS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE COAST W a. rv t s . Niitr Aiivertlvrx please notify the editor when you wnnt ntlTertiseroeui illscontlnutMl. Isn't it pleasant tliosc nlplits f,t homo, briirht lijilit, it jiood hook that's: bliss, n cozy lire, n fjft jOj ' Here are a few titles of the One Killed, Six Injured In Two ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD cither Aerial Attacks. ' ; NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Dressed or Live Chickens TURKS ATTACKED AT ESSIAN BOOKS in stock j;et yours now lUTEb For For For For For For FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Precinct ami city Offices f 2,f0 $ 6.00 County Offices State anil District Offices.. ..f lfi.00 Calls, per Hue Cards, per line 10 10 and other domestic fowlc, nnd tho pcoplo of this community A comknow their quality. plete line of fresh and Milt meats at all times. For Sale Pair Mules. All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line Id Sipes' Meat Market, Irvington, Ky. Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. Thursday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Taut. W. T. Claycomb, of Owensboro, Jil5 A. 0 A. KilO . - 4:..- - . 5 . 4 ' After Furious Bittle In Heavy Rain, .lnke l.lmcr. (II, British Force Entrenches Itself IligMiradc Shorthorns Within Lines of Ottoman Troops sliurtliorti poll SAt.K- bloodti lull grade price write .1tmll -l r. eulTrs. Russ Deal Heavy Blows to Turks. nil. l or Midiiry. Kirk. Ky London, Jan. 21. Two raids were For Sal- e- Dcst, llnne Cutler. Safe made 011 I'ugland by German aerot ilek. planes. In the first of tho two raids, poltHAI.K Ore. roll topirttotl iih II ' wide; otu1 one cmlrr. n.; , which wns nuide on tho east coast of klti'lu'ii wife. ! . ir )rilL'ulnri ii. tlnvt Ml" Ilaiilln-liurt.1. It I. Ky. Kent, one man, wns killed and two Mury CiMdiii i. nu'ii, one woman nnd throe children For Sale ID Acres Farm slightly injured. All tho cnsunltlos level laml Mils l. II. T. 1'ixmie, ll'J, lmx&. lie rry were Among the civilians No milillouiuiiinl. Umlit llle. Ivy. I111111K 11 FOllSAI.K-liliiorrtunnMs HAt.Kl'nlr Coltttil . Ii'iH t hliiek inure mull-- ; yeiiri Iiluli- - in good shape, Demi lit. The Secret Gartien, Hagir, The Yellow Ticket, The Adventures of Kathlyn, The Woman Thou Gavest Me, The Krentxer Sanata, The Turning of the Griggshy, The Romance of Hilly Goat Mill, Daddy Long Legs, The Caravaners, Blue Bird Weather. to .V. tary dnmnpe wns done, hut llros Effective September No. 142 19, 1915. M. M. M. M. . M. . M. Arrllnc Irvlnitton Arriving Iuilivlllo No. 144 will IriivuClovcrport ArrlvlriK IrTlnc ton Airlvlnc Louisville No. HC will leave Clovcrcnrt Arriving Irvlnston No. 141 KAST HOUND will loavo Clofcrport.. .. was the week end guest of his sister, Mrs. Virginia WidUms. Miss Rosa Slppel will leave the last of the month for Bowling Green, where she will enter school. Charles Satterlield, of Louisville spent the week end with his pareuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Satterlield. Mrs. Ben Miller and children, of Louisville, recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gregory. The K. of P. annual banquet will be held on Tuesday evening, February in the Masonic banquet hall. OlUe Lewis left Sunday for LnFay-ett- e, Ind., where he has accepted a position in the machine shops. The family of T. U. Lindsley, ot Mattinglv, will leave for Illiuois in February to make their home. G. H. Pile, of Custer, returned from Louisville last week. He rsports very satisfactory sales of his tobacco. Mrs. E. J. Weber, of Louisville, came down Saturday to see her mother, Mrs. Sallie Moorman, who is ill with grip. Mrs. J. R. Meador returned from Glen Dean Monday. Her mother, who has been quite ill, is very much better. Mrs. Lucy Temple, of Owensboro, was reported Saturday to be very ill at her home in the Keuyou uppartmeuts. Business meeting of the Wednesday Club this afternoon. The members will be the guests of Mrs. Harry S Williams. Miss Ida White left Saturday for Memphis, Tenn., where she will spend the remainder of the wiuter with relatives. Mrs. J. T. Moore, of McDaniels, returned Monday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Foote, Basiu . .. - 5:j1 A. M. 10 5:07 M 1 A.M. Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis. No. 143 will leave Cloverport. .. . Arriving Hawcsvllle .. Arriving Owe nsboro ... 8:isi..m. ... . II :51 P.M. No. 143 will leavo Clovcrport ArrlvlngOwensboro ...... 12:5SA. J. Arriving Henderson . i'H'i' J Arriving Kvansvlllo 10 A.M. Arriving St. Louis fi:30 A. M. No. 147 will leave Clovcrport s4"' ' ... Arriving O wensboro 8:00 A.M. Arriving Henderson U. WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owcnslioro. Arriving Henderson liAS I. . -l 1 J .40 J 7:09 P. . 7:30 V. M. - A. M. .a . Local NeVrs 9 and Personal Paragraphs About People at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. Walter Moorman was in Ilopkiusville last week. C. H. Adklnson, of Webster, was here Friday. Mrs. Leslie B. Plank was in Louis-vi- ll Friday. Thos. Rogers went to Glen Dean Wednesday. Mis. Harry S. Williams spent Friday in Louisville. Mrs. Julia Wood is very ill at her home on the hill. Hon. D. H. Severs is home from Western Kentucky. The Sanitary Restaurant i's now open and ready for business. The B. V. P. U. will be led Sunday night by Group No. 1. Miss Mai garet Skillman visited relatives iu Louisville last week. All persons indebted to Mrs. J. N. Cordruy please call and settle. Miss Louise Nicholas was hostess to the Jolly Girls Club Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Holder, of St. Louie, is the guest of Mrs. Tom Bolder. Jesse Pile, of Locust Hill, went to Louisville Monday with tobacco. Wm. Lindsley, of Muttingly, who has been very ill, is slowly improving. Springs. Chadwick McCracken has been re moved from the hospital to his home in Cincinnati. His condition is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Meador of Basin Springs, went to Harned Monday to visit Mrs. Meador's mother, Mrs. J. caused by Incendiary bombs damaged private property. The fires were nil extinguished an hour later. In the second rnld, made upon the same locality by two aeroplanes, 110 one was Injured nnd no damage was done. This rnld was reported nlllclnl-lby the war olllce as follows: "Following the norlnl attack on the east coast of Kent, two hostile nero planes made n second attack on tho same locality. After coming under heavy lire tho raiders disappeared and wore pursued by our naval and military machines. Tho enemy effected no damage." General Alymcr's relief force attacked the Turks who nro strongly entrenched at Tsslnn, six miles east of where the main British army, to whoso aid the relief force Is trying to hasten, Is bottled up. A violent bnttle ensued In which success alternated between Britons nnd Turks. The lighting lasted all day. Torrents of rain causing Hoods provented a renewal of the attack the following day, hut General Alymer's force managed to entrench Itself a little more of a mile within tho than Turkish lines. This attack was the fourth to bo launched by the relief force against the Turks at I'sslan since the Ottoman troops were driven to thnt position In the llrst week of this mouth. Meanwhile tho operations in Armenia, where the Russians, during the last week have made Important gains and at last accounts were driving tho Turks westwnrd before them, promise more nnd more to Influence the situation in Persia. The Russians have indicted several crushing defeats on the Turks since Grand Duke Nicholas took the chief command. They have transferred tho momentum ot their offensive over the Caucauslan border Into Armenia, whore they nro now attacking Krzerura, an importnnt city in the Interior. Thus, the Russian offensive in that part of the near eastern theater presents a growing menace to Asiatic Turkey. Southeast of Erzerum front, around Lnke Van, the Muscovites have been proportionately successful of late, though the Turkish Hues appear on the whole to have held their lines. On the western front the French wnr olllco announces nothing of Importance to report. y two-third- s Wanted - Salesman Hiiletmnn to look nfler our In UTrM In llrecktiirlli!c and iidjai'eiil Adilri-- . enuntles. Salary or enininlfsloti. The Harvey (III Co., Cle eland. Ulilo. WANTIJti Wanted Man J,,in jiast 30 wllli lairse nnri tii sell Murk rendition Hinder ernmty. Salary 570 ner In Hrri'lilnrlditt! month. Addrest n InuuMrlul lilistr . Indianapolis, Ind. VXAT''-biiL-n- - We will get the hook you want if not in our stock. Mules For Sale. lairse mulls, POlt SAI.H Two II) lianiN; one four years lilaek II1, Ilttht li.iy, liands IiIeIi; liroke- .- Ileauelritnp & llurlon, Mystlo. Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. f$ FOIt (Irieiiwell, Cloverport, lV. For Sale Fancy Quilt SAI.K -- Paney sllkiiillt. worked, lined llnldieil nleely. Price SI0. llerilia Farm For Sale re lltnestiire valley land liieated I inlli ssoutli of Kirk, near seliool. (lornl craln. elover and llur-1and eliuri-lies- . y land; well watered wltlisprlni!: Improve-menl- s lame loliaeeo barn mid sUt'k barn; one dwelllni:. 7 rooms and two tenant Iiimim n low lm-- enli and lial iiiee on I runs to I'rlce sulr. Purlher li formMlon wrlto J. M. CreiMi.iw. Ilardlnslairc No. 1. Ky. poll SAI.Iv-lWne- IFo r Sale! registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and S a good looker; will trade for other stock, fe One pun-liase- For Sale Stock llrood mares Hand years old; pilr teldlliv's'.'aiiU years old; win ."lion horn hull, weluht IW lbs A I., llallmaii. Cloverport, Ky. 1 For Sale 9.1 Acre Farm II.I, sell at a hariraln a farm of IU arrrs; ' jioi d oha "en tand: nh o onliird: u wr Hi and watered: all under fenre; cood clue hiillil.ni.-s- . lurp' cellar; coed ham aid out Call on or write me I K Wellington. . Ilard-liislitir- - Ky. CE.Ve also have 12 or 15 horses and mules M which we want to go at once. Will sell m MISSISSIPPI a:!:';! norcs, STOCK FARM FOR SALE about 2000 open. Some :!0 In cultivation. tenant houses. Ahout 1000 acres bottom land, halanco rolling to hilly, hut practically all subject to cultivation. Grass grows in ahumlnuco on all this tract. About Hvo mi js from Railroad. Watered by living stream. In one ot tho healthiest localities in the state. Price $15.00 per aero. For further information regarding Mississippi and Teuucsseo laud write us, we handle them. Manager, Lnud Department, BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, M. E. WAINRIGHT, for cash or bankable note. your wants. Write us fi gj S Beard Brothers i Hardinsburg, Ky. CATTLE PRICE LOWER Receipts Larger Than Ever Before Handy Weight Butchers Sold Steady. Specialist on Nashville, Tenn. k C. L. BEARD Life Insurance and Real Estate Ilardlnsburr;, Ky. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY RHEUMATISM nnd INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mail Also 462 5th St. Louisvilcc. Ky. Otdce Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. 12 lo 2 and G Office with J. R. Fskridjtc, Attorney Weatherford. We nre piepared to do all kinds ot tin work such as roofing, guttering, etc Piices reasonable, work guaranteed, Cloverport Planing Mill. Mrs. R E. Scroggins has returned to her home at Kilk after a pleasant visit Mrs L. B. Perkins and Mrs Joe to her sisters, Mrs. Joe Beavin, at McSawyer went to Louisville Monday. Daniels, and Mrs. T. Hinton, of Axtel. Mrs. John Weisenberg spent the week Mrs. James R. Skillman and Miss end in Rockport the guest of relatives. Louise Marshall will leave January 2S, The Order of the Eastern Star will for New York, where they will spend a meet in regular session Thursday night. month. Miss Sallie Ewing Marshall, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bessie Miller, of Hardinsburg, William Newberry in Cleveland, will was the guest last week of Mrs. Larkin join Mrs. Skillman and Miss Marshall Gibson. in Cleveland and accompany them to W. C. Stader, of Vine Grove, spent New York. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. the week end here the guest of H. L. Engagement Announced. Stader. Daisy Morris, of Stephensport, Miss spent the week end here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage anMiss Lucy Hall. nounce the engagement of their daughter, The Ladies' Reading Club will meet Miss Addie Louise Babbage and Mr, with the president, Mrs. Jas. B. Ran- William Goddard Polk, of Louisville. The wedding will be quietly solemnized dall, Thursday. home of the bride's pareuts in Dr. J. A. Sandbach, of Garfield, spent at the February. Sells Two Car Loads Wheat. H. A. Dutschke, Stephensport Mill & Elevator, sold two car loads of wheat last week at l.20 f. . b. Louisville. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent to 9 P. m Dental Service Furnished! Read the Want Column Card ot Thanks. We desire to tlinnk our friends for the kindness shown during the illness and death of our sister, Mrs. Rnilsbach, The Satterfield Family. The kind of service I furnish in Bridge and Plate Specialties is the service that every patient needs. Teeth that look enough like the natural teeth not to be noticeable, or unpleasut. Teeth that chew well enough to maintain the full vigor of The Republican State Convention The Republican State Convention will be held iu Louisville March i for the purpose of electing delegates to the NaThe county contional Convention, vention or mass meetings will be held A of the February 26 County Executive Committees will also be made at the county conventions the body. l'or special appointments call Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, owe Kentucky. Trust Co. Meade County Messenger, our Bank el Hardinsburg Reat the Want Column No Damage From High Water. Telephone 56-- J Cloverport. Ky. Thos. Smith, buyer for the Tell City Hume Works, says he got through the Dr. Harr, of Cannelton, was called high water without the loss of a ha me Sunday to treat u tooth for Mr. Out stick. u'e llivin that was giving htr great Receiving Big Lot of Wheat. pain. The Women's Auxiliary had to postThe Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator afterwere receiving nt their mill Monday pone their meeting W'ednes-da5,000 bushels of wheat bought before noon witn Mrs. Hugh Weatherlnli on account of the rain. prices advanced. Rtv. T. L. Joues, who was to have New Steam Boiler. begun u revival at the Baptist church The Irvington Mill & Elevator are in on Monday, was not on hands as he is stalling in their mill a 100 horse power reported to be 111 of pneumonia. Can Refugees Going to France. steam boiler Charlie Hook says a nelton Enquirer. Rome, Jan. 21. Tho Montenegrin whistle will be put on that can be heard refugees arriving in Italy nro for thn ull ovtr Breckenridge county. Subscribe Today most part going to Franco. Tho Is informed that Prince Mlrko and General .Martlnovltch have T0BINSP0RT Cliff Pile Gets Good Price. assumed command of tho nnny deCliff I'i'e, of Vine Orove, iu renewing fending Scutari. Mrs. Frank Sanders was in Clovei-pc- his subscription, writes that he sold over Bloomlngton Woodmen Buy Home. Wednesday. the Vine Orove loose leaf floors part of Illoomlngtoii. Ind., .Inn. I'l. WoodMr. and Mrs. Floyd Lewis went to his crop of tobacco at round price of men of tho World here voted to buy There were 7 baskets, 72.'! $14.47. Rome Friday to visit relatives. what Is known ns tho armory building Hugh Drinkwater spent a couple of pounds. 120 pounds nt $ 6, I30 pounds nnd the slto of tin former Mothodlst 60 pounds nt at $18, 70 pounds at weeks recently at Richmond. church. Tluy will remodel tho build$11.50, 185 pounds nt $14, 65 pounds nt ing and use It ns a home. Tho price J. C Ryan has been buying and ship$13 5O and i pounds at $l.. paid was jy.000. ping hogs to the Evansvllle market. Cliff I'ile is an old Ilrcckcuridge counSol Esarey, of Indianapolis, was here ty man Embargo on Sugar Exportation. and knows how to raise the last week to see his fattier, J. C. Es- weed. lie raised it when lie was here ..Kingston, .lanialca, Jan. 21. Tho 1111 embargo on arey. and ue are glad he is keeping up his governor has tuihlfshed tho exportation of sugar from tho IsMiss Jiinmie B. Pavne is nt Ft. Wayne good work iu Hardin. lands to countries outsldu tho Uritish as assistant iu the Feeble Miudtd umpire--. school. Dies in Paducah. Orvillo Leaf, who Is finishing the Escapes Death In Runaway. S. 11. Mavhugh died at his home Washington, Jan. 21. Secretnry of term of the Futquhur school, was at Mr tho Interior I.nno and Mrs. Lane wero Monday morning in l'.iducah. home Saturday. E.iil and Hudson Bohler, of Clover-poit- , Mayhugh worked in thisoflice in I lie badly slirfum up when tho horses to thoy wero riding were guests Sunday of Misses spring ot I9I I. His sister, Mt. Walter a carriage in which O'N'ell, ot this city, left Monday 111 1100 u smashed tho vehicle Into n lamp post Mue Leut and Mabel Polk. and dragged it half a block down u to attend the funerul. There was prayer meeting Wednes sidewalk. Tho runaway ended when flin hnmim linrntnn fintfinvlml In fhn day evening and B. Y. P. U. held their regular meeting Sunday evening. Try a News Want Ad Today harness and felt. n -cone-spondert 11 1 Dentist GLEN cattle nt the Hourbon Stockyard.--iLniiiiville M0nd.1v were' larger than a wtek aiju, and compared favorablv with receipts two ears ago The atteti(l:,n. e ol buvers was good. 'Ihebrst haiulv weight butchers sold steady, but the medium and common were slow and a shade lower. Top prices on steers was $S for a load of I.4O5 pounds. Others brought $7 SO and 7.'J0. I'acker.s seemed well sup plied with steers. Good grade feeders and stockers were in demand nt Mrnng prices. Choice corn ted hogs $7.1s and J7; pigs if6.!l."i; roughs $0 ilown. uf DEAN. Receipts .Mrs R htr father W. Owen is at the bedside of J. T. V. Owen, who is very-il- l Miss IMoris Whittinghill will have Saturday for Lexington, where she will enter school. J. I). Owen, of Kluabcthtouu, spent the week-enwith his father, J. T I Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Smith isited relatives here and attended church Saturday at the Methodist. Mrs. John Kiper and baby are spending a few days with Nolle Ashley and family, before moving from Irvington to Louisville. Joe .Moorman Robertson came to the home of Willie and ICtuma 1). Robert-sou- , January 11, 1916, to make his home. d BIG SPRING. Mrs. Sam Amies has beeu with her father and mother (or the past month who are very ill. C. C. Marvin was iu Louisville last wteK on business. Charlie Morris, who died in St. Petersburg, Flu., will be buried at thu Robinson giave)ard S.itutday morning, ilis many friends have our symxithy. i Mettle litkridge, of Oivonsboro, is here to attend her brother's funeral John Morris, Mrs. Tula Meador and Mrs. Lillio Scott wont to Louisville to meet the remains of their bi other, Mr. Cha. MorrU. Ever) Lody that had an ice house iu town had it lilted this week. K. S. Dowell is on the sick list. Ml-.i- Read Your Home Paper MM IMPRISONMENTFOR DEBT. BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Nnmo of Henry Ford of Detroit, was filed as a candldr.to for the Republican presidential nomination in primaries to he hold next April. Wll'iam F. McCom'is, chairman of nation.--1 c YOU WE SHOULDN'T WORRY A MINUTE "I wish my foreslRht was n kooi! ns i f my hindsight," exclatmrd the farmer as he pushed his pass book through the grating to tho Imnkcr. "Hog market bothprinit you?" naked the hanker, sympathetically. "No, It's the children this time." "Xone of them sick, 1 hope?" continued the banker. "Xo, but they hnvo all grown up "Hecause," answered the farmer faster than I calculated they would. Here's Mary, that was a baby only tho slowly and thoughtfully, "because I other day, seems to me, and now she's believe way down deep in my heart through all the grades and ready for that every child In this country that High School. Say, why under the sun . wants the advantages of a good educahaven't we got a High School In this tion is entitled to It, if it Is possible to give It to him. I wouldn't do anything neighborhood?" "Oh, 1 don't know. Seems to me on top of this earth to hinder any of there's lots of reasons. First and fore, my children from getting all the edumost, we haven't ever had one, and, cation they want. "What's bothering me now is that In the second place, taxes are Just about as high as folks will stand for. every mother son of us has been to say the least. Anyhow, you're doing pretty well, and mighty bo am 1, so what's the use of worrying Why haven't I, why haven't you had gumption enough to see this thing com-- ; about It?" "Confound you and the way you look lng toward us all the time? I've been at tho whole proposition," exclaimed, busy farming and you've been busy the farmer as he brought his fist down watching your money grow as it goes on the counter. "You say It will ralso out over the counter and comes back the taxes. I know that Just as well as again. I'm a successful farmer and you or anybody else, I reckon. I know, ' everybody knows you are a dandy too, that I myself have made that same banker, but I'm mighty sure and cer-- J old, lame excuse for not having better tain that wo ain't Just what we ought schools You say I'm making money on to be as parents." "Hut you forget there's another sldo the farm, and you're making money here In tho bank, so we shouldn't "Hold on a minute, Mr. Hanker, hold worry a bit. Man alive, the trouble with both of us and a lot of other folks on. There ain't any other side to this Is, that we've let the dollar In our eye 'question; there never was and never get so big that wo ran't see around It ' will be any other side to It. I want to and we're tell you that I've been running this at all. We're willing to farm and to bank and make thing over In my mind a whole lot in the past few weeks and there ain't any money and let things kinder drift." "Say, look here," exclaimed tho other side to the question. The whole banker, "you're doing a whole lot of thing is as plain as the nose on your talking, but you haven't given me any face. Hero It is. The child has a real idea of what started tills big mind and it is the only thing that'll save it from being a nobody and a spasm of yours." "I'll tell you how it started. It start- failure in life. So when the child says ed with the kids at homo getting big it wants that mind trained neither you and demanding things for themselves. nor I nor anybody else has got any It all happoned before I had any idea right to get in the child's way." "Perhaps there is something in what that they were anywhere near old enough to do much thinking for them- you say. It might " "Perhaps, nothing," exclaimed the selves. Let mo tell you, kids ain't half the fools grown folks think they are. farmer. "You and I and every other As I told you awhile ago, Mary's fin- man down In this part of the country ished at the little country school at tho have hurt and crippled enough fine cross roads and she says she's going to children who simply couldn't get away High School. Of course, it wouldn't so they could be really educated. Bebo a hard matter for us to send Mary sides we have run lots and lots of tho off to school, but by the time she'll be best of them away and they didn't ever ready to graduate from High School, come back, either. Mine are going both of the other children would ho away, and I don't know whether they way from home, too, getting an edu- will ever come back, and I can't blame them one bit. Perhaps, you say, percation. "Of course, neither my wife nor I haps, ray goodness, man, here we aro want to bo left on the farm by our- living In an age when an education Is selves. To toll you the honest truth, everything and wo kill all chances in my wifo Is going to go with the kids life for our children before they really when they go, and you can bet your get started in life. Perhaps, why we bottom dollar I'm not going to try to ain't as good as painted savages, they don't know any bettor." hold down the farm bv myself. All of 1 ' short-sighte! I this simply means that I've got to pull up stakes and move Into town somewhere when I'm Just In my prime and v.-thp farm l aying but or thau before. I don't know a blessed thi:ig tun do in town, so I'll have to loaf and potter around and worry a lot because I'll know the farm won't be kept up like I've kopt It." "Hut why do you say that you have) got to go?" asked the banker. to" d i i Women of Sedentary Habits. Women who urt but little exercise are likely to be troubled with constipation and indigestion and will find Chamberlain'.s Tablets highly beneficial. Not so good as a tnreeor four mile walk every day, but very much better than to allow the bowels to remain in a constipated condition. They are easy and pleasant to take and mo.-.- t agreeable in effect. Obtainable ev- erywhere. PREDICT T GASOLINE Faces Oil Men Declare Oil Production a Famine. Texas-Omah- Dallas, Tex. (Special): M. N. Baker, prominent oil operator, and chairman of the Dallas park hoard, has returned from Oklahoma nlarmcd over the decrease in oil production. Ho predicts gabollne will go to tn cents per gnilon In tho near future and oil u5 to CO per cent lifghor than at any time in the history of the I'nlted States. "In other words tho United States," be said, "and especially Tuxas ana the southwest, faces an oil famine. It is not coining; It Is already here." Fricassee. Lord Alvunley. a noted wit and high liver In England a hundred years or so ago. Insisted on having an apple tart on his dinner table every day throughout the year. On one occasion he paid a caterer $1,000 for a luncheon put up In a basket that sulllrcd a small boating party going up the Thames. Being one of a dozen men dining together ut a Loudon club where each was required to produce ids own dish. Alvanley's, as the most expensive, won him the advantage of being entertaltied free of cost. Tills benefit was gained at an expense of $510, that being the price of a simple fricassee composed entirely of the "uolx," or small pieces at each side of tho buck, taken from thirteen kinds of birds, among them being 100 snipe, 10 woodcocks nnd 20 pheasants lu all about 000 birds. Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! The more you scratch, the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. For eczema, any skin itching. 50c a box, A High Priced Notice Readers and Writers To be certain that any Happening Vednesday, Thursday and Friday be riven account in the BrecWcnrldgc New Ships to Have Electric Engines. Washington. .Inn. 10. Tho two batNews, kindly write and mall to us at once, Get every item you can to us by tle ships to ho built at the Mare and New York navy yards and .Saturday. designated iih Nos. ta and II, will bo JOHN I). ItAIHtAOi:. equipped with electric propelling similar to that designed for Cnuco Enough. "W'lir.t made him niiry when tie was the California, now ncurlug completelephoning to the lawyers about liln tion. British Publisher Dead. Jan. 10. Lord Durnham, proprietor of tho Dally Telegraph, died here. Ho celebrated his eighty-thirbirthday on Dec. 28 last nnd had been critically 111 several weeks. Ho retired from active newspaper work of several years aso. London, d Clairvoyant Arrested. Pnducah, Ky, (Special); According Unless n man tries to do moio than to advices received from Chicago ho can do ho will not do all ho can do. "Professor" E. II. Palmer, a clairvoyS. S. McCluro. ant wanted hero on a chnrgo of stealing S3S0 from Mr. and Mrs. George Koerner of this city, Is under arrest To-da- y. In the Windy City. futhers will V" "He was cut oir." Subscribe committee, the Democratic issued n formal ,cn!I for the IJomo-cratinnt'or.al convention in St. Louis June 'fill. Slf,mn Phi fratrialty housr nt HamTor (lei t. Mid t .Ini!. 1. I' ;0. 1,7(10 pur-so" iv held fi r debt 111 Imgl:ili(l mid ilton rollere, nt Clinton. .V. Y., wr. w'n'w, l.C") In Ireland end le tlinii burned with nil estimated lo3a of t(H) lii StMth'iid. Krcui time to time tGO.000. A recall election for Mayor .Tames iiiodli'i ittlun-- . In the It governing the 111 Hi have been (1. Woodward rwl four members o: .imoiit of di the Atlanta pollco comalsn'on wo3 o th.it fowe:- debtors are inn ,i ordered by the Atlantn city council for this crime each yenr. In isjil there were .'1.000 debtors In for Jan. 5, 1010. prison In Mnsxaehtisetts. 10,'OOD In Health dopnrtmcnt announced that 7.0D0 In l'eniivlvunia. ::.(KK) In Now York city U faclns a serious Maryland mid u like proportion In oth- milk shortage ns n result of tho er states. Many of these pernns were enormous purchrtcs of condensed milk by the allies for the soldiers .in Jailed ror debts of SI., The law providing for the Imprisonthe trenches. ment of men who could not pay their Robert Wnldo and William Hauey debt was sho'-'i- i to be Impracticable were struck nnd killed by n switch by statistics taken from Philadelphia, engine nt Conneaut, O. where In 1S1!S there were 1.0S3 debtors Edwnrd Van Dyko Robins, famous imprisoned for debts amounting to $- -', political economist, died suddenly at UOO. The expenses of keeping these his homo In New York. persons In confinement was $,".(12,000. Ohio board of agriculture plans a which was paid by the city, and the campaign to win the national dairy by this method wns show for the state fair grounds. amount recovered Philadelphia Press. $295. Fire In the elevators of the Anchor line on the water front at Erie, Pa., destroyed two sections of the com The Gist of It. binatlon elevator. Loss SuO.000. "Iast December I had a very severe When tho stork brought twins to cold and was nearly down sick In bed, the home of Charles Taylor at StaunI bought two bcttles of Chamberlain's ton, Vn., Taylor tried to kill himself Cough Remedy and it was only a very by hacking his head with a hatchet few days until I wns completely re- and slashing his throat with a knife. Henry H. Tucker, eighty-five- , a Frestored to health," writes O. J. Met-calWeatherby, Mo. If you would mont (O.) pioneer, was killed when ran away know the value of this remedy, ask his horsewife from and threw Tucker buggy. Mrs. Obtainable and his was badly their any one who has used It. Injured. Tucker everywhere. In attempting to stop a runaway team, John J. Jauch, business man at The Battle of Chalom. Columbus, was fatally injured. There have been so many bloody Charles Kohn, Jeweler, patient In a battles It Is perhaps Impossible to say Columbus hospital, Jumped to his with absolute certainty which of them death from the fourth story of the nil wns the bloodiest, but the balance building. of the evidence seems to bo In favor Stephen Phillips, poet and dramatof the battle of Chalons. France, ist, is dead at Deal, England, where 1). 451 between the Huns, fought A. he had been In falling health for some under Attilu. nnd the Itomans. Goths months. Ho was born in 18G8. A PRINCESS MODEL and Franks, under the command of .lames Foley, a deaf muto of Jollet, Aetius. the most renowned captain of 111., is willing to serve two years la A charming one piece gown which ' his day. At the head of his 500.000 simulates a Jacket effect Is shown In savages Attila was having everything Jollet penitentiary for no crime at all, this Illustration madi- - of blue serge and his own way. and it looked as If Just to learn the painters' trade. A canvass of the Republican natrimmed with braid mid buttons. The i civilization was destined to fall Reskirt is attached to n yoko which does Aryan tho tional committee before Tartar despotism, when publican national shows that tho bo not extend across the front. Of course suddenly, convention will like n bolt out of the blue. this garment must have a very well cut held In Chicago. Aetius fell upon the barbnric hordes foundation. coach nt Edmund Europe was saved. It Is estimat- Buena Vista Ball, football Miss Fern and college, and ed that 400.000 of the barbarians were Benedict, were drowned as a result of and Indigestion. left dead on the field. Constipation fkatln; on thin ice on Storm lake, la. Patrick J. Boyle of New-por"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets La Grippe and Fever Cured. R. I., was elected mayor for his and must say they are the best I have term over Mayor Robert S. ever used for constipation and indi "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever sixteenth Burlingamc by a majority of 227, gestlon. My wife also used them for Tonic cured mv husband of LaGripp-anParlor rraids, cooks, butlers, houseindigestion and they did her good." Fever after other remedies failed." men, chauffeurs nnd gardeners of P, Williming-ton- , LUL-C. ROACH, Drifton. Fit.. writes Eugene S. Knight, A. B. Wldener, Philadelphia traction magnate, have received from $1,000 to N. C. Obtainable everywhere. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. $25,000 each under his will. The body of Samuel Schultz, who IDENTIFYING CRIMINALS, LITERARY FORGERIES. murdered Ida Krittberg at Pittsburgh when she again refused to marry him, The System Devised by Bertillon srrtd Stuff With Which Vrain-Luca- s Duped was found behind a blacksmith shop. tha Way It It Worked. An Aged Scientist. A bullet wound In his head showed Any malefactor who gets Into the The most remnrkitblo literary forgery that ho h?d taken his own life. Is a on clutches of tho law nowadays record was perpetrated In 1870 on Fire at Chicago damaged the marked man for life If he runs up Michael Chasles. a French scientist theater to the extent of agulust the Itertlllon system, which Is of European reputation. Clinslcs. who $20,000. a scientific method devised by M. wns In his dotuge. purchased within a wealthy James M. Flautt, Iicrtlllon for the identification few years from one Vrain-Luca- s no lumber dealer of Somerset, O., died was born in fewer than 27.000 nutogrnphs. A. M. following rm operation. of criminals. Iicrtlllon Paris In 1S53. Certain measurements Broadley tells the story In his "Chats Councilman Frank Knauber charged are taken from every convicted per- on Autographs:" Newark (O.) police department wtyh son, and these physical records of pris"Beginning with u supposed corre- extravagance and corruption. oners nre kept on cards, any one of spondence between the youthful NewBecause of the war there is a shortwhich can readily be found by an elab- ton and Pascal, s proceeded age of song birds for the holiday trado orate system of classification. to fabricate letters of Rabelais, Montesat Cleveland. Most birds are ImportThe measurements nre taken on the quieu and La Bruyere. Before he had ed from Germany. left side of the subject, ns they are less finished M. Chuslcs became tho possesWill of Sarah Enoch of West liable to alterations than nre those on sor of letters In French, and written on O., signed 15 minutes before her the right side. The determination of paper made In France, of Julius Cae- death and disposing of an estate convict's height Is taken nlways sar, Cleopatra, Mary Magdalene nnd worth $20,000. was set aside by a Jury. the at the soma hours, beenuso the stature even of Lazarus lifter his resurrecCharging that Leonard W. Merry, may be as much as half an Inch great- tion." twenty-seven- , Noble county, O., stock Vrahi-Lucu- s er after a night's sleep than It is In the was sentenced to two buyer, married Pauline Kleger the evening. The color of tho Iris of the years' Imprisonment, and among other came day he had promised to wed her, eye nnd the characteristic Hues made forged manuscripts from his pen there Miss Bewilla Morris, twenty-two- , filed by the print of tho finger nre also re- were produced lu court letters from suit for $10,000 for alleged breach o! Alexander the Great, Herod. Pompey, promise. corded. Panama-Pacifi- c The following measurements are Judas Iscariot, Sappho. Pontius Pilate exposition, which made: The length and width of bead; and Joan of Arc. closed Saturday night, will show a the length of the left foot nnd of the net profit of $2,000,000. uilddlo and little fingers of the left Red Cross society of Cleveland Is will happen, but the best Accidents hand; tho stature of the whole body, planning to dispose of 5,000,000 Christlength of Its upper and regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' mas seals. as well as the lower portions; the spun of the out- Eclectic OH for such emergencies. Hit by a bullet from a rifle, Irving stretched arms; the length and breadth Two sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. Helsel, ten, Youngstown, O., owes his of tho left ear and the length of the life to a bundle of newspapers which left arm. the bullet pierced. Battlecry of the Cat. The system has been used In Paris Morrow, farmer, residing Edwin The piercing wnrcry of tho cat In slnco 1880 nnd Is now employed by nil the night startles and exasperates us near Marysvllle, O., was fatally hurt Important police departments in this beyond all bearing not by Its loud- when his team became frightened and country. Exchange. ness, but by a certain vicious, weird, ran away. One of tho horses kicked half terrifying, half Infuriating note In Morrow In tho face, crushing his It that makes us spring to arms with fckull. Poultry Parasites. Sarah Bernhardt Is ill in Paris. She tho bootjack or other substitute for You keep the chicken house clean to tho boomerang, us the war whoop of h suffering from congestion of the lungs. keap the parasites off the chickens. our tribal enemies did a century or Marlon, O.. has been flooded with ago, says Dr. Woods HutchYou spray to kill germs but what do centuries spurious dimes, quarters and half dolinson. you do to get the therms and parasites One of Murk Twain's wise old fron- lars. Hens especially tiersmen had caught this note when inside the chickens? Near Spokane, Wash,, a two ton show It at moulting time and during ho explained to l lie tenderfoot that boulder fell from an overhanging cliff the winter. How can you expect them speech hud rules of comitosltlou upon Great Northern train No 14, to lay? Free them from all internal nnd grammar. Just like human speech, crushed through the roof of the exparasites by feeding U. A. Thomas ami that "the reason a cat riles ye so press car and killed W. C. Dunbar, If it ain't on account or the noise she tho express messenger. I'o.iltrv Powder occasionally. Federal Judge Sater holds that opidosen t make your hens happy, we will makes, but on account of the hlckculu' bad grammar she uses." And lie wus ate treatment for asthma can not bo For sale at Wed- right, return your money. for the grammar of scalp lifting sent through tho mails. ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Walter Baker of Cleveland gets and the whole alphabet of battle, murder uud sudden death tingles and Ohio automobile llccnso No. 13 for next year. There were n number of screams lu the rasping cry. Councilman Elected. applicants for this number. meetMayfleld, Ky. (Speclul): At a William Bachc, great grandson of A healthy man Is a king in his own ing of the city council the live memBenjamin Franklin, was set free at bers composing tho board since the right; an unhealthy man an unhappy Lexington, Ky on a charge of mur-I'e- r. suicide of Councilman G. II. Kennedy slave. For impure blood and sluggish He killed his stepfather, Wila week ago, elected Roy Morhead to I'.ver, use Burdock Blood Bitter. On liam Hunter, when the latter attack-to- . fill the vacancy. tha market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. Bache'a mother. m-,.i New-Yort. fifty-four, Vraln-LueiiLib-ertan-liu- This Old Time Punishment Wat Costly to the Community. Imprisonment for debt wns nbolMied by congress In the United States In 1S33. though this measure was not fully enforced until ISM. In nearly every country until recent times debtor have been subject to Imprisonment. After the pnnle f 182. loi.iHNi .rlt for debt weu iwtif J In dmhind. In IKSO 7.HX pel sot. v.i ro t" London prNont WILL LIVE LONCJER AND BE HAPPIER If You'll BLUE Use Only RIBBON FLOUR For Unking Pine Biscuit, s Cakes and Delicafe Mnttuluctured In l'n-.tr,.- l'le., H Cannelton Flour Mills Cnnnclton, Ind. y L. C TAUL lnsurar.ee Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightnirjg'Tor- - nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Henry Trent J. W. Trent P. L Datls Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Ky. Dr. R. P, Kuimecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trenf &; Walls' Lirery Sfabte. Prepared to Treat all Animal'scases r Special AtlenlionLGiven Calls at all Hours 1o ; DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D.' Ky. Hardinsburg, W. E. CHURCH, Sooth SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a m. each Sunday. All visitors nnd sfrangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, Secretary Dr. W. A. WALKER, m v - - - jr .1 7 i kigmcst r:.:c.'3 IV . Rami tance A?fcilrl m Pay Shipment 1 Receive. No Commission Shipping Tag! to Pcy Write for Price Lid and M. Sabel & Sons EttaMitUJ USI Iactrporttxl LOUISVILLE. KY. Prevent Hog Cholera. The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder has a record of cures of Hog Cholera. If you feed your hogs as directed, you need never fear hot; cholera nor any other hog disease. And the directions are very simple, just about what you are doinf, plus a few cents worth of B. A. Thomas Hog Powder In the feed twice a week. Usually, though, Cholera gets In before 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 HO per cent. If you don't, the B. A. Thomas medicine costs you nothing. We not some distant manufacturerpay your money back For sale at Wedding's Drugstore, Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-Law Keal Estate Sold and Exchanged. ueeus, contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. "JV' J ,1 Try a Want Ad Today Shacks For Consumptives at Western Kentucky Asylum For the Insane KlUI COUNTESS JAREMA Madali For Bravery KUZ. Austrian Woman Officer FUctiv.d Twlea. lOiLkF OfSorl BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR 5 Si HUM' Hi 9 ."TV '"t ?: FREE s Mute iis.vlum the AT mulcted with consumption. for the Insane nt IIiip);lnvHle It wns fount sotnu yearn nui that ninny of the patients wore The ntithoritles consiiiiontly liullt two groups of liuilillliK.s to ncconinwdatu the j & Willi the Following $ li'm Bargain Clubbing 0j Offer: ' jS, a Sj MADK 1 CiRKATI-S- SI HSCRII'TION' KN'I.R vr. consumptive cases. A centra) lnilUIInK. to provide u dlnliiK room, bathrooms, etc.. was surrounded by groups of shacks, each having beds for three patients. The lower fourth of each side of the shacks was boarded tip, nnd the section above was formed of canvas stretched over frames. These canvas screens were made In sections fastened nt the top with hinges, so that any side might be opened to admit the fresli air anil sunlhrht. Dr. II. l Sights, superintendent of the hospital, sttttes that the death rate at the asylum has been decreased 40 per cent by the use of these hulldltms for the consumptives, and that many of the consumptives have been returned to the main building restored and some have been sent home restored both physically and mentally. patients, wero liullt for less than SS.IXX). Dr. Sights says The two groups of bulldlnus, accommodating llfty-slcounty In the atate should have a tuberculosis colony, anil the county olllclals, who will further: "1 think take the time to look Into the benefit offered their citizens, would not hesitate to take steps nt once to establish such n colony, and do the greatest service inisslble for them to do with the amount liivsted. It will not he an experiment, as this state Institution, with its limited funds, demonstrated fully the wisdom and economy of the project." x OFFER ' ?. !? Tho Evcnino Post. Daily Woman's World Home Life Homo and Farm. 1 1 yr. People's Popular Monthly The Brcckenridge News i.V.''' ' ,p. ' ' AND A BKAUTIFUI. MAKING PROGRESS Photo by American l'rcss Association. Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. Si 2? Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Goivnntl.t. N. Y., writes: "I first used Chamber Iain's Couyh Kemertv about eight yi ars aco. At that time had a hard cold 1 Si ?2i i ALL THE ABOVE FOR ONLY i si "Popular Girl" Calendar Si Si and couched mot of the time I' It proved to be just what I needed broke up the cold in a few days, ;ird I the couyh entirely disappeared have to'd many of my friends of the enod I received through using tin? medicine, and nil who have used it saenk of it In the highest terms." Obtainable everywhere, HE DWELT Revolutions IN Si Si ?Si Send Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. ?Si 5a Ifi PEACE. tour of the mountains. One morula:; a member of the party suddenly drew rein and pointed to a lone ridge where an old tattered stars and strlHs fluttered on a bamboo pule. "We must pay mir respects." some one said. After some search they found a path that zigzagged up lo the wild place. They followed It and tit last discovered an nged nearo sitting before his wattled hut stimUlicr his pipe, while he kept an eye on the Hag. "What's the Hag for?" some one asked. "Perfection." said the old man quietly. "I heah dey done begin nnuilder resolution, so I put It up. Yes, snli. I conic hear twenty-twyenhs ago. an' has dat Hag wid me. I'm (Jeorge. cook on n steamer outer Savannah. "Like de place? Yas. sail. Plant yam an' coffee an' cassava. Resolutions don't trouble ills nigger. Kbery time dey resolute yander up goes de flag, nn tint's nil dere's to It." Washington Stf.r. o In Haiti Didn't Bother the Old Darky Settler. During one of the revolutions In Haiti a parly of America in made n riding TO SUBSCRIBERS Kintily tt.c litis blank ut iL'tievinr your subscription. I'lo:ip cNtiiiiini' tin' Itiln on your paper.lf yoiit'suliiMiiti(m is duo, tht Fhtur will iippri'ciat jmyiuciit. I RENEWAL ORDER TIIK HRKCIvKNKIDGE NEWS, Ci.ovi:iti'ouT, Kv. Mib- - EncIoe( lind scription account. Namk $ , which apply to my Ai)Di:is il looutui; ehlUivn ,tu Mint to tills pi:i nir m h ol in i.inn?s lle u llttlt; time ko thej' were run down nnd anaemic Warmly clothed and provided with special diet, they do their school tasks in a room with the windows wide open, so that the wind can Mow over them. Without exception these children make rapid progress lit school and Improve in health nlmost beyond belief. Special Offer! DAILY Commercial Supplies For the Business Alan at This Office. Standard .scries duplicate order books with carbon paper 150 leaves TIIKSh iiappy. licaltliy ouels. will lead to chronic constip tl"n. Doan's liecnlets operate easily '.'jo a box at all stores. GOES Had BACK Il.irh philes react, weaken tin r A SIMPLE , SLEEPING PORCH HOME TO DIE LOUISVILLE HERALD AM) Price 25c Receipt books, lare size, 100 leaves price 25c; .small size toe; 50 leaves Favor of Emperor Don Pedro, of Brazil. Taunton, Mass. (Special) Emma Hnwes llurkc Johnson, who, us Kinnm Linden, nn actress, won the fovor ot Kmp:'ror Don Pedro, of Ilrazil, many years aco. and wns for n tlmo the or tho South American court, died at u farm four miles outside this city, nn which her father nnd mother lived all their lives and on which sho wns horn. years old. She Sho wns 'ortv-elgh- t finally married Oeorgo J. Johnson, who survives her. Hh" conducted a cafo In New York for a time, but tho venture proved tiiuinccrr.sfui nnd she ov,i back to thfi farm of her parents Ut die. Won n Frice 5c Promtsory leaves; price, per book lliUh-Krad- lil- t! e Notes, 50 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS By 25 Cents Deed Covers Send j our deeds to us to be covered two covers with staples for mail for One Year of at OQ Special price nn uJiUU I KoniucUy 's jziculoft ncwspitpcr di'livcrt'il nt ymir hniiii' each day iiicltidin: your homo paper, at tho price of .fli.Uii This Offer Positively Expires Cents Deeds, 3 for 10c 5 Real Iistate and.Cbattel Mortgages, two for 5 10 12 Cents Cents lin- Pension Certificates, three for sheets of Ttpcwritcr Paper, en, lend sie, price No. 40 for the Blood UniicK MTiifulims humors fn in the hli'i'ii, wim-l- i c.iii e.tilin tmn, m.i. i n.i, i hnini. iil'in, mtii, ulcers, plm , e'C 0ft il nt Weili'it g's )i ui; . More on n guarantee ti Miil--t'li-cf on February 28, 1916 5 Send Your Subscriptions to Cents State50 with new Printed Stationery including ments and Sale Hooks. ILLNESS Rulers OF KAISER ALARMS The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. Unsaved cards, plate, script, price plate $1.25 100 for you build your new home plan t have it Niceplng porch. If you do not like hut summtsr nights nud winter nights Indoors, build u sleeping porch like thu one ubove on your present home. Place It lu an unglo so as to avoid drafts. The southeast or tsuutl.west sldo of the house Is best. The sides should be boarded up three or four feet to Insure privacy uud u reasonable freedom from drafts. The upper part should bo covered with wire uettlng. Outside the netting hung canvas strips that u be raised or lowered fnun the Inside. A porch of this sort can be made for from $50 to $100, del end lug on the kind of tluUb auc material used. WHEN a German States Called to Berlin. Paris (Special) The Matin publishes a dispatch from .Madrid whlcu states that, owing, to tho kaiser's llhieas, tho ru!"!H of all tho fiornian states hnvo been nailed to Ilerlln. There is great anxiety, the dispatch says, about what mpy happen if tho crown prince tho governing power. Gorman circles In Madrid, tho dis of All Printing new cards from old plate, $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. Takes Drlde In India. Slaysvllle, Ky (Spnclal) : Accord ing to a cablegram received hero by relntlves, the Hov. Henry Poptiaa nnd Mies Salllo Taylor wero married in dwallor, India. Tlio lirldesroom is a patch adds, are taking tho minors ot Presbyterian missionary nnd both are tho kal3cr'B condition so serious that native ot this county. Miss Taylor left here last November. coocern there Is general. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. Subscribe Today ADMIRAL ROBERT E. PEARY It Planning Aerial Patrols on Pacific and Atlantic Coasts. Some Queer Ones j VILLA FOUGHT HIS "Judas" ns epithet criminally libelous, Wisconsin supreme court decides. Hockey stick and wooden street sign used by Jamaica (N. 5f.) doctor to set broken leg of nuto victim. nnd n 150 pound fat lady rescued by firemen In flro nt show's winter qnnrtcrs In bcranton. I'n. A boxing knugnroo WAY TO DICTATOR From an Illiterate Breckinridge Loose Leaf 35 To- Bandit He Roseto Make Mexico Tremble. ESTEEMED Ono of & bacco Warehouse Co. Sold About 85.000 Pounds of To bacco on January 21th The quality generally as poor, but the bidding was spirited and our market as a whole, was the best in the history of our floor. We were represented by eight buyers, each a liberal and clever "individual." John E. Monarch, of Kirk, has to his credit the best crop average; Leaf selling for $12.70, Lugs $8.10, Trash $3.30 and a general average of leaf, lugs and trash of more than $8.00. There was a noticeable advance in low grades; trashes averaged more than $3.00. Common leaf, we think, when body and character were in evidence, sold for at least $1.00 per hundred in advance of our previous sales. We modestly remind our tobacco growers of one fact and that is, we have one of the best lighted and equipped sales floors in Kentucky. "The sun shines upon our efforts for the tobacco growers." We challenge any market in Kentucky to compete with our prices (this means our average) We ask for merit. We came as a new born babe, have grown and plead for the interest of our cause to the farmer. We ask for your continued support and the presence of all farmers on W.M JHr BY POOR PEONS, Chicken pox party given by child convalescent nt Cediir Grove. N. J., guests being njl kids In town well enough to attend. ' White rabbits, with horns one nnd f Inches long between eyes nnd ears, reported cnught In Winchester Center woods, Connecticut onc-hnl- the Most Noted Soldiers of Fortune That His Country Has Ever Forces With Known, He Joined Whom He Pleased, Only to Be Hunt ed In the End as a Common Outlaw. .8 ;: : Mrs. Kllzn X. Y recently. In nn Interview given out on licrlnst blrthdny Mrs. Lathrop said that her chief article of diet wns pickles. Photo by American years, died D. Lathrop. In F.liighnmton. aged 102 l'rs Association. DUEL WITH GERMS MAY END CHICAGO DOCTORS' DISPUTE. PLANS AERIAL COAST GUARD Challengo For Combat to Death With to Admiral Peary Authorized Bacilli Has Been Issued. Organize Committee. New Yoik, .Ian. 21. Rear Admiral "Gentlemen, chooso your germs!" Itobeit K. Peary's plnn to establish It Is n duel with disease laden bacaerial coaHt patrols on the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards, and along the teria as the weapons. The principals Great Lakes, to bo used In time of nro Dr. John Dill Itobortson. Chicago peace as an adjunct to the coastguard health commissioner, nnd Dr. Charles service and In time of E. M. Fischer. Time, place and secand war as an expedient for defense, took onds have not been agreed uikjii yet A question of medical honor nnd the definite form hero when the Aero Club of America authorlbed him to public health is nt stake. The chalorganizo a committee of army, navy lenge calls for a settlement of the and state militia authorities to further question by n test of bacteriological knowledge, with vindication for the the project. Portland, Me., nccordlng to officials winner nnd disease and possibly death Club, already has raised a for the loser. of Here Is tho challenge: fund or $10,000 for establishing a "As there nppears to bo no satisfac unit of (lie Kitrol system. tory end In sight to the controversy which seems to have nrlscn between us regarding our respective abilities INTERNATIONAL LAW res to diagnose the sponsible for our present grippe epiMODIFICATION ASKED demic. I am herewith suggesting a means by which we may arrive at a conclusion satisfactory to ourselves and tiie public. I submit for your consideration the following conditions of Rear ' micro-organismPan-Americ- Declaration of of Principles. Washington, Jan. 21. The first step has been taken In the direction of tho movement recently urged by Ellliu Itoot for tin; gradual moililica-tloof International law. The American Institute of International I aw has made public a resolution which, it lias unanimously laid down Tor the acceptance of tin- - entire world principles of light and Justice which should bu followed in the conduct of international atfairs. It would lie impossible, if they were In elfect and observed by the nations, to have a recurrence of the invasion of Belgium, or Greece or the submarine attacks on American life on tho high seas. In the dialling of the principles tln'ie has been no thought of dealing with specific cas's The pronouncement is set out at thl-- t time as a basis for discussion of the problem of rights of neutrals. Whilo the institute Is in no sense an official agency, its active membership ni.nl' up of five authorities from each iir rican nation and represents the best international law opinion of tho American nations. The fact that the action of the Institute was unanimous on declaration of principles is solifurther evidence of darity. MAN AND u I demonstration: "First. We will both personally prepare five cultures of germ. nil of common type, three of them nonpathogenic and two of them pathogenic "Second. Through a referee mutually selected, wo will exchange tho pre-- ' pared cultures. "Third. Knch of us will personally j examine and diagnose the cultures nnd pick out the three harmless ones "Fourth. To show our faith In our ability to pick out the harmless germs from the dangerous ones, we will ourselves with the three cnl tt;res we select as the safe ones." The challenge comes as a development of the exchange of verbal brickbats which bus been going on for some weeks between Drs. Fischer and Itobn Francisco Villa, known ns Pnncho to Mexico's wnrrlng peons, who Is reported to hnve been captured by Carrnnza forces, has hnd n surprising career. In four years ho rose from nn Illiterate bandit to the dictatorship of most of the country ruled before hltn by Spain, by Iturblde. Santa Anna. Diaz. Mndero nnd Ilucrta. He has been oittlnw. revolutionary man of destiny, reclaimer of tho peons' lands, possessor of the republic's chief executive power, denier with foreign governments, discredited wager of civil wnr and outlaw again within that time. Ills real name was Doroteo Orango, or Arango. lie was born In 1SP.S In the small mining town of Las Sieves. In the state of Durango. lie stayed In the village until the death of his father, n meat dealer, for whom lie herded cattle. Then lie became the protector of his mother nnd sister ngalnst the bands of raiders, bandit and federal, that Infested the stntc. Killed His Sister's Abductor. The story Is that, riding as a cowboy at this time, ho returned to find the colonel of n regiment of Porfirlo Diaz's soldiers, which had visited the town, had carried off his sister Vliln pursued, caught them nnd enforced a Then he told his marriage ceremony brother-in-lato dig his own grave, sign ills own death certificate and shot blm ns he stood beside the mound of earth. Ho escaped the regiment, took to the mountains nnd gathered about him a small group of bandits having, like himself, u hardy mixture of Spanish nnd Indian blood. They successfully waged an Irregular war of depredation upon the wealthy landowners of the state. The peons enme to look upon him ns their champion ngntnst the rich. At tho outbrenk of the Madero revolt against Diaz In 1010 Villa, uninvited, joined the forces of tho Idealist, who later was murdered by Hucrta. General $ : a FRIDAY. JANUARY SSEf 28th ' Gratefully, Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Company Hardinsburg, Kentucky ortson. The two physicians are no much allue In appearance that mutual friends who often mistake them for one another, call them the "doubles." On the other hand, they are so unlike In their opinions on matters pertaining to the public health that they are most always opposed to one another on iiuy question of proper living DOESN'T LIKE BACHELORS. of Value to Any Community. Humps fur bachelors are handed out by the l!ev. II. M. O'.WII. pastor or the Holy Name church f Klienslmig. Pa. "The bachelor." snys Father O'Ncll. "Is usually of ilttle value t" any Priest Says They Are Seldom . WIFEJHE IN GARAGE "Iiiii-helor- seldom i much by Gasoline Fumes After Pleasure Ride. Ileliorontnliie, Pa.. .Jan 21. Victims of petrnmortK William II. N'nll and his bride of a few days, were found dead In Noll's garage. Mrs. No'.l was sitting In the automobile and the husband was standing Were Asphyxiated in life. "Ila helors are not at the head of great governments or In work for tho betterment of the world. "Bachelors are not lenders In civic lillairs. alongside the car leaning over tho door, llolh had been dead several hours. They were last seen alive spared." to t he The sermon was when, after a drive, Noll ran the car garage. The authorities say first mission of the leap year and wns into the they were overcome by the fumes of addressed to uiimarrl d men. gufcotlnu and asphyxiated. BACK BROKEN. NOW WALKS. i "liuehelors. going on in their selfishness, rarely do their share for Immunity. "The bachelor can generally well lie Jecoff Made Field Marshal. London, Jan. 21. General .lecoff, commander in chief of the Itu'garlan forces, Iihh been appointed a Hold marshal by King Ferdinand, according to a 8ofla dispatch received bv the Central News by way of Amsterdam. Heavy Cosmetic Bill. Kvunsvllle. Ind., .Ian 21. Mrs. I.etn C. Howe spent $18 a mouth on (mint, powder ami perfume, nccordlng to tho toatlinuny of her husband. Clinton C. Howe, In the circuit court here. Howe Is oiling for divorce. ' Keath's Pluck Savod Him, Phlla- dclphia Physicians Say Dr. II m Keath. the ,leffcruii Medical college student whoe buck was broken two years ago when he fell from a third story window, was able to walk alone the other duv for the first time. Surgeons and nurse con gl'iitulated him as he proceeded n him Dr. drcil feet uloug n corridor, Just after the full his life was despaired of by tho surgeons, but Ills pluck, they say. carried him along After a time he could sit up. iinil after that he was wheeled In a chair every .day to and from the recitation room. Francis Joseph III. At his graduation lust June lie was London, .Ian. 21. A dispatch to tho receive his KxchuiiKo Telegraph company ftoni carried to the platform to diploma Itomo nays the Kmporor Francis is confined to hl bed with u In New Hampshiro and Europe. frosli attack of bronchitis. .Manchester. N. 11.. Ins one ciirleslty It Is a three tenement house On the Floated. Submarine first Hour lives a French family, on the San Diego, Cal., Jan. 21. Tho u German family and on the which ran aground on tecond Kngllsh family They never was pulled out by tho moth- third an .Mud Flat mm are the bct of was reported !nlk nbout the war er uhly. Cheyonno. She 'rli'iids. to be -- it ta.'naund. j H-sub-mariH-l1 I military cunning. Later, dissatisfied Mrs. J. H, Gardner went to Louiswith Madero's executive acts. Villa beHARDINSBURG. ville Monday to remain this week for gan a revolt of his own. Against him Each trtutment. Madero sent General Hucrta Hucrta arrested despised the other Paul and Russell Compton made a bles-finVilla and had him condemned to death. Rt fleet that life, like every other business trip to Louisville last week. countermanded by Madero. This order Derives its value from its use alone. Mrs. Coleman Haswell entertained Villa was Imprisoned In Mexico City, Samuel Johnson. the Sins Souci Club last Friday after but soon escnped to Texas, 4 noon at her home on Fourth street. Almost Immediately he recrossed the Mr. and Mrs. . C. Haswell, Sr , celeRio Grande with two companions, six There will be a spelling match at the wedding anniverhorses, not purchased. $7 In money nnd brated thtir fiftieth High School building Friday evening 19. Mrs. Haswell wns beans, sugar and sary ou n small supply of bctwieuthe High School and the peocoffee. Less than one year later he eighty years old January 18. ple of the town. M. D. Beard and commanded a well equipped army of l)r Joe Norman, of Chicago, is the George Gregory are the captains. almost 20.000. had a war chest of mil- i!U-of his brother, Rev. James NorMoot man Ditto spent Saturday the lions nnd within two years controlled man. Mexico. guest of friends in Glen Dean most of northern Miss Mattie Kennedy, of Harned, His star rose from tills time. Ills forces were augmented by the over- spent the week end with her cousin. IKVINGT0N. throw of Madero in the City of Mexi- Miss Ida Kennedy. co by Hucrta. He began to act In coJ. S. l'helon, of Oivensboro, was the operation with the revolution started guet Saturday of John O'Reilly. Miss Emma Rea Handy, of Lodiburg, 1013. by Ventistiano In February. been the guest of Prof, and Mrs Cy Moor.nau, of Hirned, has sold his has 1011 lie Kurly In In Coahulla fedVic Arthur Ater. interest in the Moorman farm to entered OJInngu. several thousand 15. U. Hardaway, of Louisville, was in erals. Including many generals, fleeing Pile. town Friday. neross the border to be Interned. Dr. R. IVKuuneeke has moved ills Ud Morrison lias returned from GarTrouble With United States. office iuto the Masonic building. field. The shooting, some say by Villa himMiss Elnora Robertsou, of Glen self, of William S. Kenton, an Kngllsh Dean, visited her grandparents, Mr. Miss Edna Crouch, of Louisville, has ranchman. In this same month brought been the guest ot Miss Margaret and Mrs. Will Heuslev, last webk. Villa Into his first serious trouble with Miss Patsy Gray, of L,ouisil'e, is the United States government. Ills Master Jess Herudou, Ji., who has guilt In this was never officially establ- stenographer for Attorney Henry De been quite ill, is improving rapidly. ished. Haven Moorman. With Ilnerta forced from Mexican Two new furnaces were installed in Godfrey Haswell has returned fiom a control and the ascendancy of Cnrran-zthe Irvington Graded School last week. visit to relatives In Stephensport. us first chief of the ConstitutionalJess Gardner has returned from a stay Warren May spent the week end with ists, Villa begun a new revolt In July, in Louisville. 1011. In September lighting between his mother. Mrs. Murgaret May. his forces and Carranzlstas began In Mr. John Cox, of Oakland, lias been Henry DeHaven Moorman is In Bran A month later war was open, Sonera quite ill. dvnburg this week attending court. ly declared by the two factions. A little daughter has arrived at the Mrs. Godfrey Haswell Is spending General Obregon. Carranza's right baud man. captured Piieblu from Villa this week In Stephensport with htr ' home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Musselman. eatly In 11)1.1 L II Reeves, salesman for Kobiuson- mother, Mrs. McCubbius. Carrnnza was again In control ot Miss Clara Ivskiidge, of Ot.rfield, 'Norton Co., Louisville, was in town last Mexico City by July, from which lie spent Srtturdny with her mother, Mrs. week. Imd been forced earlier In the year by Miss Lottie Dandy, of Hardinsburg', Addie Kskridge. Vllllstas and Zapatistas, and Villa's with her mother, Miss Nell Cashman, of Garfield, vis- - spent the week-enpower was limited to a small territory Mrs. J. Sipes; holding ited friends in Harned Saturday. His last hope of in the north sway In Mexico ended with the anOverton lilauford and Wnthen Dairy, Many '1 he grip tun. reached our town. nouncement that the ('tilted States of liewleyville, were in town Saturday. are contintd to their homes with it. would recognize the Carrnnza governRev R 15 Reeves was in Cloverport Mr mill Mir.. I. Whit WOItll lost ail ment us In control, de facto, of the regirl this week. They have Saturday public Infant baby j Since, i ben Villa became the bluer the mpatln of thtir friends. LOOYaURG. enemy of this country, although It vis Mrs. Nora Hoard and daughter, Miss' announced once Hint lie would retire. Helen B01.1U, of Irvington, have teen; The killing of eighteen Americans In J H. Avitt and J. F.. Avitt were ill Mr- -. C. L. Henid. cold blood by Vllllstas recently led to tnc gutstsoi Satu.duy and Louisville last week. 15. Haswell ,Pent C. imperative demands upon Cnrranza by Jeff Ad.isson was in Irvington one Washington for Villa s elimination, ami Sunday nt home with his family. day last week. the last weeks have seen lilm hunted, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robensou wtro as he never wus.liefciic when outlaw visitors In Glen Ueau TueMhy. ' S. 0. llrown was in Cloverport Thurs- id. In uoitherii Mexico (,a' Dr. John Meador. of Custer, visited Walker West sold three hogsheads of his daughters, Mis-e- s K.ihtt ami Km-- 1 German Duck Killed In Oklahoma. nml $lo a5 iu tobacco at $4 75. m Meador. last week. A harleiuln dt;ck. on one leg of which Louisville last week. l.efirlng the words "22. Is u metal tng Wade Piie. of Mook, ami Walter Merlin Coo." i is killed near Hcav Mr. and Mrs. Uilille liruce, of Han-ues- b Brown, o: Woodrow, were here on bust- ener, Okln. ck county, who have been visiting Mr. Wedcesda). Jan-.'arCar-ranz- a Con-nifd I Madero did not fancy a follower of Villa's type, but the latter forced himself Into prominence by his daring and and Mrs. Charlie Bruce, returned'bome Saturday. CI) de Gibson was the guest of Miss Mattie B'ack at Addison Sunday. Castle Dye was the guest of MisT" Woosley at Holt Sunday. Mrs. Pate Norton, of Irvington, visited her sister,tMrs. J. B. Cashman, Sunday. Roscoe Deacon was in Cloverport Thursday. The party given last Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Jess Payne in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Miss Ruby, who was 15 years old, was largely attended. There were I06 guests present An enjoyable evening was spent, witli music and games ofall kinds. Read all the Ads. GARFIELD. Dr. R. W. Meadow was here from Custer Saturday, en route to Hardinsburg J W Marr's new house is about completed and will be ready to move into in a few days, 011 D. II. Smith is in Louisville this week business. Miss Nell Cashman was the week-en- d guest of friends in Harned. lidgar Compton, of. Raymond, was here last week, the guests of relatives. Joe Bruuer, of near Custer lost his house and contents by fire last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton, of Hardinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. I, II. Richardson Saturday and Sunday. Misses Mary Ann and Martha Harned guests of their parents, were week-en- d Dr and Mrs. 15. C. Harned. Rev. Leslie Dellart filled his appoint-..- . 1111.111- lib bl!V llJJb,-1- .... .. WllltlWtl llWll. .J.lllll llt . ' and Sunday. Mrs Laiiuie Poole is quite sick. Miss Lottie Wliitworth visited Miss Lucy LeGrand last week. Miss Annie Mildred Smith visited her parents at lleusley Saturday and Sun-da- y. Mr. ami Mrs. Noah llruuer were day guests of Mrs, Louise Horsley. Mr. and Mrs. liininctt Horsley visited her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Alfred Car- i mil iah;usi mil lusi ween. iiiuii iu t Mr, and Mrs. Robert Poole, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Launie Poole Stti Sunday,