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HASWELL !of Mr. and .Mrs. Sidney Tanl, who re- -' side in the Clover creek neighborhood, died Wednesday, January i6, at I p. in. She was five years anil two months old She will he greatly missed by her par- -' as she was an ent-- . relatives and friends unusually bright child The funeral services were conducted Thursday by the Rev. Paul S. l'owell. Interment in the Hrickey graveyard. Pages t o. 31 J. P, TO FORCE FIGHT ON 23 DEAD; 27 HURT FOR CONGRESS Prominent Breckenridge County Republican Likely to Run. number of prominent Fourth District Republicans wee here yesterday attending the meeting of lh Congress There was a good lonal Committee. deal of talk among them about the lie publican candidate for ('ongrest, Hep resentatlve Lyon, of Hart county, who was Assistant Secretary of State un- A STATEWIDE Advocates of Statewide in General Assembly Have Not Abandoned Hope of Victory. Entertainment at Hardinsburg. DEFEAT IN THE SENATE. Come to the City Hall Tuesday even8, at 8 o'clock sharp, if ing, vou want an evening of enjoyment. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. M, Prospects See the children )ive "Mother (loose's of a renewed Statewide prohibition "Little Miss Van tight in the House loomed up in n stateOoslings" and Winkle " Admission 10 and 2." cents ment issued by W. M. Webb, of 1'aints-villauthor of the amendment which Entertain For Miss Couch. carried that body at the IHI4 session. Webb, who is a Republican, says that the leading minoritv men will support Mr. and Mrs. Homer l'arks entertained Tuesday evening at their home the bill and that sufficient Democratic on Alexauder avenue in honor of Miss votes will be secured to pass the House. There is no chance of the amendMary Couch, who left Thursday for It is Cloverport to mase her futur home ment being reported favorabU the Constitutional A number ot young people were pres- iu the hands of a dripping ent. Tne evening was most delightfully Amendments Committee, spent in games and some beautiful wet body. If the gfJFI expect to biing music was rendered. Dainty reficsh-ment- s the bill on the floor for a fight, they were served during the evening. will have to stage a test battle to get it I nere. Owensboio Inquirer. Webb's statement follows: e, 0Kr Imb mm .fl H "The advocates of Statewide prohi- WILLIAM E. ADAMS Dies at His Home in Eastland After a Short Illness of Pneumonia. HON JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. Wm E Adams died of pneumonia Wednesday morning at 7:20 o'clock at his home in Eastland after a short illness of only a few days. He was 49 years, 5 months and 3 days old. Mr. Adams came from Indiana to Breckenridge county several years ago. He worked for the L H & St L. Co. here as section foreman, which position He was a he had held for some time. member of the Methodist church and a well known citizen of this community. He is survived by his widow and five , bition in the General Assembly are not defeated, nor have they abandoied hope of whining victory at this sessuo. Statements published in liquor con trolled papers, purporting to have bten made by dry leaders, have been garbled Otis M. Mather to Be Delegate. S. E. MATTINGLY e litis M. M.,ther, of Hodgenville, county, has made known to his friends that he will be a candidate tor Dies in Owensboro Wednesday N RAID rh legate from the Fourth Congressional Morning at the Age of 74 District to Ilia Rope Micas National Convention at Chicago, when the disFuneral Held Thursday. trict convention meets at Klizibeth-towFrench Demand Reprisal Raid on Februan --N S. K. Mattingh, " I years of age, died The support of the Republicans of on German City. l.aRne county is virtuallv assured Mr. at t tie borne of bis sou, ':rgil Matting-ly- , of OwonsboTO, Wednesday morning, M.,ther, and with the support of his riawts in other districts, it is very prob- from a Complication ot diseases, Mr. RUSS THREATEN ERZERUM able that he will be made one of two Mattingly was well known in Breckenluttiird by tile district convention arkwg ridge count! as he formerly lived here. Bet id el Ins wife be is survived by one it meets daughter and live sons, all of OwensParis, Jan. II. Another Boppolta Mr. Robertson Entertained. boro. He is also survived bv two raid 011 Paris, Is In progress, the hours. C Vic Robertson was at Stephens DOrl brothers, S W. Mattingly, of Hardins within twenty-fouof the casualties and the limn satu:dav. He was the c:i uier guest of burg, and Charles Mattingly, of this age done in this second raid are not Mi. and Mis Robert Krench. Mr. city. yet available. The funeral torsion were held at St. Robertson ii oil a boat ride to Mr Ivci.ch's farm, near Amnions, 10 !,. k Paul's church Thursday, with interment I'aris. .Ian. tl, An official report of at a lot of mults Mr Kobaftsoa in the BlOrWOOd cemetery. aavi the casualties in the first raid placed he ureters riding through mud and the number of killed at twenty three slush to . lide ou a big Mver. especially and of inj.ired at twenty-seven- . The raid was not entirely unexpect- when theie is a heavy tog. He was ed as a Zeppelin was seen in the just a little nervous during the trip. Epernay district, previously, undoubtWhen a Pistol in Hip Pocket edly making a trial excursion. Breckenridge Loose Leaf Sale. The effect of the raid has been only Discharged, Blood Poison K. Franks sold 6 baskets, 2,o.s5 to reproduce the effect of the former raid. There is no sign of panic, hut pounds, at $ls, Us, Ito, f7.lo, fg, I3.30 ing Feard. angry indignation is shown and deKd Johnson baskets, 645 sold mands are made that each raid shall pounds, at ify. lo, $7, $3.40. William Ashby, age 18, was seriously be answered by an aeroplane raid on Willie Howard sold 4 baskets, 460 La-Ru- ?m , awe-on- d . -- der Hon. Btn Bruner, Is known to have his lightening rod up and also Representative Spurrier, of Graf son county, would like to shy his caster in the Congressional ring, but If Hon. John P. Haswell, of Breckenridge county, will consent to become a candidate, the general talk is that all other prc-able aspirants will give him a clear track. The Republicans think they have a chance to carry this district because it went about 5OO for Morrow over Stanley. John P. Haswell is decidedly the ablest and most popular Republican in this district and if the Republicans will urge him to run, he is said to be willing to enter the race. The tip Is that he will have no opposition in his party Elizabethtown News. children. The funeral took place at the family home Thursday at 2 o'clock, the services being conducted by the Rev. Couch, of this city. The burial was in the Clover-por- t cemetery. Card of Thanks. 11 We sincerely thank our neighborsand the kindness shown us at the The State Farmers' Institute will be illness and death of our loving father held in Frankfort on February it, 16 and husband. Mrs. W. E. Adams and Children. and 7. Noted speakers from Kentucky and other states, and farm experts with Notice. national reputations will be on the program. The public is hereby notified that jthe bridge on the road from Clover-- j Plenty of Rain. port to Tar springs is condemned, is Find enclosed unsafe for travel, and all persona are Dear Mr. Babhage: one dollar for w hich extend my sub uotiticd to not cross until it can be re K. M. Busham, sctip;iou another year. We are having paired. County Koad Engineer. lots of rain and high water; are looking forward for a good and ptOspereus year. Oood luck to all my ftiei.ds in Mrs. Jne Dfan Hfiari. Bieckenridge, and success to the Breckttmm liu I mt ilkillul Bloom Parr, enridge News. her home in Stanley, Daviess couniv, V'isalia, Col after a short illness of pneumonia Sh leaves a Urge famiTv to mourn her loss. Bright Little Girl Mrs Dean's husband is a brother oDies of Pneumonia. Mr. John Dean, ul this city, State Farmers' Institute. lend- - for ana distorted Gallant Fight. "Our leaders in the Senate made a gallant light, aud had it uot been lor tne 'third house,' compose of the leaders of the two political parties, and the gigantic whisky lobby always found about the Capital during sessions of the Legislature, the bill woulu have passed by a safe majority. "Let it not be forgotten that a majority of the State Senators represent dry constituencies, aud that those Sen ators who voted against the will of their constituents will have a hard time in explaining. "The drys in the House have not given up hope. We propose to show the people of this Commonwealth where we stand on this question We will vin dicate ourselves by showing that we are not in the hands of an oligarchy at Frankfurt; but 1l1.it we represent a large majority of the peop.e of this Commonwealth who are demanding at our hands that we give them a vote 011 this question. "The right has just begun. We will pass it in the House withoiit a doubt Then it will go again to the Senate, where some of the beloved Senators can agaiu x lIhiii their votes "Should we again fail in the Senate the campaign slogan in I9I7 should be: Keutucky is going dry. In this campaign we will be brought face to face with the real issur, and the result will be an nvsrwhollglng majority (of t tie great cause." By Harry Bloom in livening I'ust I a German town. Of the aeroplanes which arose at Le Bourget within twenty minutes of the alarm, not one got near enough to the Zeppelin to Are at it. The fact that only one Zeppelin participated In the raida, leada to the conclusion that this was only a forerunner of other Zeppelins. A statement Issued by the Russian war office says the Russians captured near Erzei um, a party of Askarls and three machine guns. This indicates that while the Russians have not yet captured the Important Armenian city, as was unofficially reported several days ago, the main force of Grand Duke Nicholas is closely threatening the stronRhold, where the Turkish Caucasus army was recently driven. The Russian pursuit of the Turks south of Lake Urumiah, in Persia, continues, while westward of Uamadan. region. In the Kanavar probably Turkish attacks were repulsed. Minor successes are announced in southwestern Russia. The German advance in the sector west of Peronne, announced by Berlin as including the village of Prise and 1,093 yards of French trencheB, has been extended, according to the official German statement, until it covers a front of 3,500 meters, to a depth of 1,000 meters. The offensive began about Nleuport and extended Vaast and, south about Neuville-St- . finally to the district of Paronne. pounds, at fit 90. $6.40, 4.7o, 3. 10. C. G. Hendrick sold 4 baskets, 950 pounds, at $8, $7 90, $7, $4."o. Miller aud Newby sold 5 baskets, i.iOo pounds, at $10.60, $6.50, 5 60, $7, $8.20. Peyton aud Sago sold 9 baskets, 1,015 pounds, at flo, ifs. 3..o, $5 80, .i0, 9 ,r)0, $7. 10, 4 90, $2 90. Miller and Arms sold 9 baskets, 2,l5 pounds, at gll, 6. 70, $5. 60, $6, 1(5, f6, 6.40, 5, 4 80. Withers and Martin sold 10 baskets, pounds, at 6 90, $430, 4.8o, gj, 1. 9. 7 . $6..V 414 40, $0. T. H. Withers sold 2 baskets, 285 pounds, at $4.90, ta.90. Park Miller sold 6 baskets, pounds, at $13, $9 5o, 8..V), 7.."o, 10, 3.io. Gabe Shrewsbury sold 4 baskets, 1,665 pounds, at $9, $0 70, $5 50, fj 1, 290 I.. Rruington sold 0 baskets, pounds, at I4.50, 8, 30, S9, $12 10. Charley Masey sold 5 baskets, 1,169 pounds, at 9.2o, f7 70, 8.40, 5 50, -i wounded Thursday, when a revolver which he carried in his hip pocket ex. ploded accidentally. The bullet penetrated his leg at the knee joint and was imbedded there. The attending physician fear blood poison may set in. He is the son of John Ashby, s farmer, who resides near here. River Rising But No Flood is Feared. The Ohio river is expected to rise at this point for several days as a result of the heavy rains, but it is not believed that there is any probability ot it reaching flood stage. The rain is believed to be over at present as it is much clearer and colder. Reports from cities on the lower Ohio state that though the river has not yet reached the mark ot the spring of 1913, nearly as much damage has been done. Making His Mark. Willis Dean, son of Judge J. Allen Dean, of this city, has been retained as structural engineer for the erection of the new eight story hotel building iu ICvansvillc 00 the site of the old St. Mr. Dean it an Owens loro George. boy who secured his technical education in the engineering department of the state university at Lexington. For the past six yeais Mr. Dean lias been enguged in structural engineering on the west coast. He has superintended important building undertakings in Seattle, Portland, Los Angcies and Sjn Diego. Owensboro Messenger. -- Clint Adkissou sold 6 baskets, 890 pounds, at $3 20, $3.60, $8. So, $6.90, John Sipes sold at $0.90, 7, $3.40. .1 baskets, 575 pounds, T.rb, DIES OF PNEUMONIA Miss Rosa Rhodes, of HardinsAfter Illness of Only Ten Days Funeral Was burg, Dies Held Tuesday. Richard Hawkins sold 4 baskets, 800 pounds, at gf 50, iu, 5.80, $3. 5 I'.eo. Pate sold baskets, 1,22a British troops were among the pounds, at l BO, (, gg, Jy.60, $3. Hook and Heard sold 3 baskets, 605 prisoners reported by the Germans The number of prisoners claimed by pounds, at B, SO, 8, $7 the German statement is seventeen C. I,. Miller sold J baskets. 1.375 officers and 1.270 men. The French pounds, at 7. 20, g&gO, are still fighting hard to regain the Kli Hoard sold 0 baskets, I olj pounds, i osiflons lost in the NVuville sector. 418.9.,. 13. 10, 4, gs.oA .. new oillensive gives the Ger- at The baskets, l.jus sold J. P mans, as perhaps the mojt Import an! result so far, possession of Hill 10, pounds, at 9, III, glO, 2.90, 2.90. between Souchcz aud Vimy, and Hill Burley Sales out beast of loos. ICiOCho'OO rod Walls sold I baskets. The present attack hy the Germans gg, gg, In, 1.1 10 pounds, at flo jO, on these positions is regarded as an so, 413 90. ( 10 anticipatory measure against a posHash. on and HoOCllini soltl 7 baskets. sible offensive hy the allies in this 1,145 lounds, at li o, Hi 7. gg, ".bo, sector In the spring. s. .' 1 Will Reside Kev Conch and Here. . -- 14, 5. Emma Jane Taul, the little daughter Try OUT lip tl) date job Work BIRTHS 51 m DEATHS HARDINSBURG PHARMACY IRVINGTON PHARMACY The Drug Stores That Saves You Honey! Over and ftbovt every other ciuisioenil ion, QUALITY la of piuitmouht IMPORTANCE, and, rgeofltaislng Mf fact, wg try to excel in every depart ment See our Stock and Prices Before Purchasing Anything in a Drug Store NOW IS THE TIME TO USE Miss Rosa Rhode died Sunday at her home near Hanli nsbui g, at the age of fifty-sicars. She was ill only ten days of pneu inoiiiu. She was a ilevn.it member of the Catholic church it Hardinsburg, and made her religion practical bv doing good wnenever she found the opportunity. Kor twenty years Miss Rhodes had been kee( ing house for wM brother, Martin Rhodes She is survive! by thne brothels, Martin Rhodes, I'hos. A. Rliodes and RolK-i- t klloiks, aud one sister, Mrs. Josie Clark, of Havnevi le. The lunelal services were held Tiles dav, with iutetinent in the Catholic c nit ter . Births and 48 Deaths is the Statistical Report for Clover-poin 1915. rt There were three more Inrths iu this district in 1915 than there WON death-- . Tin ligurcs are 51 for the foiinei and 4S for the latter. 23 of the deaths were male and 25 female; to births WOTS male and (i were female This report was made by J C. Nultc. registrar for this Magisterial district Boy Breaks Arm. President Wilson Has Close Call in Chicago. Jimiiiie Wroe, the young sun of Mr. and Mrs. Ivlmoml Wroe, 3 Thirty Second street, of Louisville, fell from the lap of his father last Thursday and broke his left arm Mr. Wroe and the Ur, Harry L little boy wore playing Read was the attending pin Mi lan. KEEP A RECORD Th prctucS unuUi so easily w ill tell the child-stor- y KODAK! We do FSS KODAK! and the Printing Developing for I you. Chicago, Jan. 31 Shortly after 1'remdent Wilton had patted under a glass canopy at the entrance to his hotel h e tonight the body of Kdwmd Ford Johnson, of Chicago, an insurance man, crashed through it. Johutou fell or leaped from the tenth floor He died almost instantly. Painfjl Accident. I'Vii ce-- . Ifca little da ghter of Mr, and Mrs Frank White, fell fr mi a bench Sunday while pining, aud broke tier arm lii.Oias, Lighiloit was tir at tending physician. Kebert Williams sold 2 baskets, pounds, at " 30, 419 10. J. C Dowell sold 4 baskets, 43 M p Hinds, at 46 0, ; DEATHS. basket, irji Dowell sold pounds, at O Andrew Gilbert sod ( baskets, 9I1 gogada, at 416 20, 415.80, 4. pi 011. Sam Tsui. Prank Sturgeon sold 5 baskets '."35 Mr Sun Tftul died Monday inorniug pounds at pjgo, Jl.tO, gg.s0, 13.3, at his home near Mattingly, Ky., of g7 9' lie was a splendid cithcuinatisin Mtsides his izen of that community. Lighting a Train. Widow he leaves one SOU, Nathaniel neighborhood. nder wl ere i'aul, (if Hie same It is al wa s a source o passenger lr..in. spetdiug over the r une a sorvicei oen conducted ye- ihe rails al tiitv nines an hour, secure- - the tei day a tei noon from the electricity for iu lighting plant. And, with intei incut 111 tne family liuring if 1011 explain tint the train mule its g round. I own current as it runs along, it is mystifying where it gets its sup-pl- y W. riuflett quail John iviien the tr..in is standing still, John W M11IT1 U, age 57 year. 3 with be eng'ne BUI OfR utis and Pi days, died Monday Aueleettic lighting plant for a mod- night at telva o'cUm k ol tula rrillmll el n uaaasnger nam consists of a small Mr MutTult lived with lift sister, Mrs. Curtis turbine gsnotstufi driven by .1 some, aud Mr, Uoine on their steam ilirtci from the locomotive boiler, faun near t'loverpoi t. l'lie funeral or geared to a truck axle of one of the was held Tuesday afteiuoou at two Of coiuse, a small storage o'clock. co.11. lies. in either case, as b Herx is the train wouki be in darkness when J Saunders. firs not u lining 01 wneti the engine was Mrs. I. J. SannilciK. a well known twitching. Tin storage battery is iu the baggage co, and takes up woman of Hancock county, died January twenty iig,bt al her lioine near 0f1 little room. Tne ouogSjN are wired Hawetville. Sic hid been ill for sevnne as a house. just nes Kiectricitv is used lor ihiviug ians, as eral weeks. Htsidts her husband she 4" gw-gI family arrived here Thursday from Owensboro to make their home. They were entertained at the home of Mrs. Cbas. Lightfoot Thursday aud moved into the baptist parsonage Ilro. Couch will prcich at the Baptist church the first and third J2O Sundays. r 41 J . I 000 l. 000 I LEX'S tOLD TABLETS WILL CUKE THAT COLD IN ONE Midi Read Your Hume Paper Try a Want Ad. it vou want quick results. livliuug, and 0:1 some of thf Is survived Hnett trains electric c okiug ranges aresV Itittalled 111 the dining cars. Moigan well as for bv several child.eu. held Suu. 4 Read all the Ads. PRESIDENT AND WIFE ECHOES FROM ! LOUIS D. BRANDEIS Appointed Associate Justice of United States Supreme Court. 7K T&i 7fa V&i 75 Tfti i?7tr i!t "JR 7!W Mr. Wilton Is Accompanying the President on Hit Trip. Cannelton Happenings Always Interest Our Readers. SPECIAL! FOR 30 DAYS Vte &2Si VlSi iry- &!Ji - After reading of so many people In our town who have been cured by Doan's Kidney I'M, the question naturally arises: "Is this medicine equally successful In our nelghborirg towns';" The generous statement of thli Cannelton resident leaves no room for doubt on this point. Mrs. Lotus Hoover, Eighth street, Cannelton, Ind,. says: "My kidneys were disordered for a long time, before I knew exactly what was the matter My limbs were stlu and with me. sore and I often had sharp, shooting pains across the small of my back. I suffered a great deal from licadaclios nrd dizzy spells. I finally used Doan's Kidney l'ills and after I had finished threo boxes, I was entirely cured " 'Statement given March IS, lglO.) Over two years later Mrs. Hoover said: "I gladly confirm the public statement I gave before In praise of I always recomDoan's Kidney Pills have the mend this medicine when opportunity '' Price BOe, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney 1111 s the same that Co , Mrs llooverhad. Props . Buffalo, X Y. 1 Foatcr-MIlburn HEyRE IX IS! : I The Breckenridge News Each II 15 I The I a. s o . Daily Evening Post One Home and Farm Year 8 j . ' " S riioto by American Press Association. DAY INCONGRESS And a Beautiful 1916 Calendar WILSON RENEWS HIS DEFENSE GAMPAISN Chief Executive Pleased Him, at Reception Given energy and frankness as those delivered at Cleveland, I'lttsburg and other points. This afternoon he addressed Toa large meeting at Milwaukee. night lie will deliver another speech in the Auditorium at Chicago. Jlefore' Iresldent Wilson's departure from Cleveland he sent a telegram to Senator Ollle James of Kentucky which was read before a meeting of Austrians In New York. The telegram follows: "May not send my warmest greetings to the meeting and will you not express for me my very deep loyalty and patriotism of the great body of our fellow citizens who have strengthened and enriched America by adding their energy to our own out of the nations which have joined their stocks to make a great America?" lleforo arriving in Milwaukee, the 1 Milwaukee, Wis,, Jan. HI President Wilson'H campaign for national defense la being continneil with renewed president delivered brief platform speeches at Waukegan, 111.; Kenosha. Wis.; Itaclne, Wis. Milwaukee was readied at noon. A committee met the president at the station and a troop of stale cavalry escotted him to the hotel. The president and members of his party have been well pleased with the success of ills meetings in Pittsburg and Cleveland. The arrangements have been kept strictly iionparti.san. In each speech he has asked support lor his national defense plans fiom all people, regardless of party. Advisers of tlio president said that in practlcallj every speech he will cmtlnuo to emphasizo the possibility Dint the 1'nltod States may lie drawn Into the Kuropenn struggle as the rea-iowhy he believes the army and 'iivy should lie strengthened wlthou delay. ; Senate. Senator Newlnnds Introduced ; resolution for n committed on national defense ' Mrs. E. A. Moore and children are measures. her mother, Mrs. Lucy Hunter, Urgent deficiency bill, carry-- ? ing $1.1,.:.t,2IT, passed. btfuru going lo "Eddy vllle, where Mr. ? Acting Chairman Overman of Moore has u position. Judiciary committee announced Mrs. Fred Shultz, of Fordsville, visho expected- to appoint subconi- - ? ited her sister, Mrs. 11. E. Wilson. mltteo of five to consider noml- Miss Emma Lou Moorman ii visiting nation of louis I) Ilrandeis for ; supreme court. her sister, Mrs. Crider, at Irvington. Senator Sherman, Hepubllcan, Mrs. X. S. Buckler visited her sister, introduced resolution of protest t Mrs. J, T. Jones, recently. ; against reported - renewed de- - ; Mrs. Arthur Smith, of Fordsville, ? ? mands by Japan on China. visittd her rister, Mrs. John Hotklns, Senator Tillman praised Sec- ? last week. retary Daniels in a speech on the ; navy and attacked former Sec- - ; Mrs. E. L. Robertson spent lus. Friretary Meyer. day at Hardinsburg. Senator- Walsh assailed Great Mrs. Amanda Moorman has the grir. ? Britain's- interforenco witli neu-- ' trnl trade, and' introduced a bill ; Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, to prohililt commercial inter-course with nations hindering ? p mply complexion, headaches, nausea indigestion. Thin blood makes you' v American commerce. Senator l.aFolIetto introduced For pure eak, pale and sickly blood, sound digestion, use Burdock v a bill to creato a tariff commlsi slon. B.cod Bitters. $1.00 at all stores. House. s Bepresentativo Foss of Illinois The Grippe Epidemic. eulogized former President Mc- Klnley In oliservance of his birth- - 5 day. 'i The world hus been suffering this Itepresentatlve Henry made a periodical 'iwinter fom another of the speech favoring an embargo on outbreaks of the grippe. It has raged J war munitions. s nut only in this country, but, the news Representatlver Flood Intro-- i papers tell us, in Europe also. Now. duced bill to tax manufacturers. of arms for tho European bellig- tncic an two things that are certainly erents. 't true of grippe: It is perhaps the most Social workers and labor lead- - i contagious distae there is, and almost ; am prtcautions are jur.titi.tble to avoid ; ers asked for rovlsion of tho ; worklngmen's compensation law. it. Altt.ough it is very easy to catch it, Republican Leader Mann de- there is no possible justification for befended President Wilson's pre-- ; Le lieving, its some people do, that paredness views against an at- cxuse it is prtvalent they must have it. ; tack by Itepresentatlve Dies, an 1'Vr the sake t f olhtrs, if not for our ? ; Democrat. $ own sake, we ought to exercise the f most ar.xious care toaoid having anil sprcailing tlu disease. IN CHICAGO PLOT i.. bad to have; ii is CRIME GLEN DEAN. ' v - ALL FOR ONLY $3.00 SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. 443 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis, of Buras, were the guests of his brother, J. V.'. Davis, and family last Friday. Miss Lillian Carman is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Emmett Horsley, at Garfield this week. A large crowd attended the dance at Felix Butler's Tuesday night. Payton Madison received a message Wednesday that his sister, Mrs. Bea Williams, of Louisville, was at the point of death. John W. Davis, who has been con fined to his bed so long( is able to be up now - BRANDENBURG. GARFIELD C. S. Board was in Louisville last week selling tobacco, and reports saltri) as being very satisfactory - Grippe not onlv FILE SUIT ON JSALQON BOND Damages For Widow Whoso Husband Was Klllfd. Shelbyvllle. Ind.. Jan. :tl. Tlio state on relation of Mrs. I.lzie Smith tiled on the saloon II- suit here for ei use bond of Louis Kuntz as damages for Mrs. Lizzie Smith, living near Sniithlaiid, because of the death of her husband. Kilwnrd Smith, who was killed by mi Indianapolis & Cincinnati traction car hern tho night of Dec 10. t Smith was driving along the right of way with a load of coal. The complaint alleges Kuntz sold, or permitted to be sold, to Smith intoxicating liquors at a time when Smith was already Intoxicated and that he became unconscious and did not know-Iwhat direction bo was going. Tho suit is also directed against Kuntz's tjoudsmcn. A3ks $3,500 n One Dead, 53 Hurt, In Wreck, to Sayvlllo), Merlin (by Jon. 111. A collision between a fast forty-seven train and a hospital train at t'alcum, I'rustila, in which persons on tho hospital train were badly injured, ami six persons on the fast train injured and one killed, Is reported in dispatches from Cologne. Submarine ,Misslng. Charleston, s. C, Jan. III. Otto of tho four submarines convoyed by tho monitor Tallahassu en route to from Hampton Roads, Is reported missing and It is feared has gone to tlio bottom. The three notr. am now off Charleston. Pen-aacol- a an Criminals Imported to Descredlt AdIt is one of Hlbertiicism is permissible. ministration and State's Attorney. those exaspeiating uisorders that drag Chicago (Special): Just thirty-siit It hours after tlio sensational $15,000 an endless train of troubles after seems to be cured, its victims get up, robbery of tho Washington Park Nastop taking medicine, and lelurn to tional bank, a surprised and delighted their normal occupations. Then months police department that had regarded alterward thty ucndwledge that they the case as next to hopeless of soluhave Urvcr lelt reuilv well since the tion, wns congratulating Itself on the i't;i.iii.il attack. That is tiueof casts following: The arrest of tho five alleged robmat t.id not seem especially sevuic at Tho confession of two of the the time, as well as nt these alarming bers. bandits. Information that criminals a that are complicated witll cies had been Imported at tho instance of ear or throat "certain politicians and policemen" to or with fouble. In (ait, tile more serious on- perpetrate a serios of crimes for tho sets are usually more cart fully ttealtd purposu of discrediting tlio city adand it is ofttn ministration, putting Nicholas Hunt, than the lighter one-.the people who will not take a week to now chief of tho detective bureau, unget well who are later obliged to take a der a cloud and thus indirectly getting revenge on Mnel.ay Hoyno, year. We need not think that we must call state's attorney, for his recent successful prosecution of polico sraft on our irlenils who have the grippe. cases. Clearing up of savornl minor We do not think it unfeeling to avoid crimes by tho confession. them when they have scarlet fever t.r smallpox, and the same mlo is gooil WISH GOVERNMENT INQUIRY with grippe. Teachers should avoid their tick pupils, and sick parents should Live Stock Men to Raise $250,000 to avoid their children; KUsiug ought to Better Market Conditions. be practiced very spa ingly in grippe El Paso, Tex. (Special): The sum of times, for the disease is very frequently $,"iG,00l) Is in tho treasury of the American National Live Stock association, spiead by means of kisses. Tile cough, orMietzi is responsible as u nucleus of a $250,000 fund which fur almost bs ui.tU) e.tses; that is wh) it is proposed to raiso to finance a street ears-- simps, and ail crowded pub movement to obtain better marketing LOCUST MILL Un conditions. Tho money was raised ic places are placts of ilangtr. after the adjournment of the national many of us have not yet fortunately, convention. llvo stock learned that we break the golden rule A committee wus appointed to enS H Davis and Homer Alexander, every time we sneeze without taking deavor to enlist tho assistance of tlio of Howard, visited Mr. and Mri John every precaution to keep It a siiicilv government in an Investigation of tho V. Davis, of this place, Sunday, profits of the packing industry. private matter. J. W. Blair is on the sick list is What is best for a grippe patient Aeroplane Attacks Ship, Kverett Carman and Miss Gertie also btst for Ills (rleuds and the .ublle London (Special): The Wilson liner Hines surprised their friends by going gtnerally that he should stay quietly Carlo arrived at Hull, reports that sho t3 Jeffersonvllle and marrying Friday. in hit own home aud, in must est-- , was attacked by a German aeroplane in his own bed, until the worst Is over, In Mrs. Roscoe Hines, of Louisville, is the North sea, Tho aeroplane Wuth's Companion. droppoj six bombs, but the vessel es- here, the guest of relatives caped dumago by steering a zigzag Lee and Huston Alexander are in Try a News Want Ad. Louisville this week selling tobacco. oftrn wi rse after we hate had it if x pntu-Ultim- Dr. lbiggef-s- of L'lulsvilie, was called here last week to see Mrs. Chas. Price. Miss Lillian Morgan is spending this week in Louisville, the guest of her cousin, Mrs, Fred Von Bores. Supt. and .Mrs. L. H. Powell are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, Margaret Trueman. Elisha Iiondurant, of Lou'sville, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. K. R. Iiondurant. Mrs. Kmnette Ditto, of Lexington, who Is visiting her sister, Mrs H. C. Medicine or Food. Woodson, Jr., is quite sick with pneuYou have always bought the bulky Her husband and daughttr, monia. Miss Maurine Howjrd, are at her bed stock food and given to your stock as a side. Why not buy only the medicine. Little William Arnett Bland, who has medicine and furnish your own food? been ill of pneumonia, we are glad to The nedlclne will be much more, cer tain In fact, B. A. Thomas Stock report convalescent. Miss Ann Spencer, of Lexington, is Remedv is so certain to give the right results that we sell it on the money tho gue!.t of Mbs Edith Richardson baclc plan. If it doesn't .straighten up Mrs. V. E Nail, who has been very your horse or cow or sheep, we give ill, is improving. your money back. For sale at WedWillie Boudurant and wife of Sher- ding's Drug Store. man, Texbs, came Saturdav for a visit Glad to Get Paper. to his mother, Mrs, E, R. Uoudurau'. Vine Grove Sentinel, Dear Mr. liabbage: My paper came last week. Was real glad to receive it, Has Used Chamberlain's Cough for it seems like a letter from home. Enclosed flue $i.oofor renewal to The Remedy for 20 Years. Breckenridge News another year. Wishing you and your news force "Chamberlain's Couch Remedy has been used in my household fot the past great success this leap year, I am, Yours truly, twenty years. I beyan pt vine It to my Miss llettie Kincheloe, As a children when they were small. Lojjansport, Ind. quick relief for croup, whooping cough, and utdlnary colds, It has no equal, For baby's croup, Willie's dally cuts llaint' free from opium and other harmful drugs. I never felt afraid to give it and bruises, mamma's sore throat. lameness Dr. Thomas' to the children. I have recommended Grandma's It to a large number of friends and Eclectic Oil the household remedy. neighbors, who have used It and speak ,'5C and 50c. highly of it," write Mrs. Minke, From Mrs. Wilson. ShorUville, N. V. Obtainable every-wher- Renewal e. sufferers this Misses Nell Cash man, Clara Eskridge, Bessie Snider; Mrs. V. B. Mattingly and Tom Gregory week ore: Charlie Barnes' sale last week was well attended, anil he says was a success from start to finish. Rev. Leslie Dellart is in our midst this week in the interest of the Woodmen of the World organization, and hopes to establish a lodge at this place. Among our lagrippe Herbert Horsley was a visitor in Brandenburg Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Charlie Barnes, who has been suffering from a rusty nail wound in her foot, is better at this time. Forest Thoruhill, who taught near Stepliensport, has just closed a very successful school and is at home, Mrs. II. B. Moorman and baby, Louise, were guests of relatives here Friday. Milton Bashaui is visiting iu Louisville for a few days. Miss Allene Carman, of Locust Hill, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Emmett Horsley. Dr. R. W, Meador, ' of Custer, was g here Thursday, Mrs. David Peuick was iu Hardins-bur- Friday aud Saturday, conducting graduation examination. Mrs. Frakie Smith entertained to dinner Sunday, Misses Nell Cashuiau, Clara Kskridge, Lydia ftlacy, Vmmie Board ami C. S. Board. Hawkins Smith sold the D. R. M. Smith tract of laud to Abe Dowell for 53 000 , C. Booker, of Louisville, was the guest of I). H Smith Thursday. About all the tobacco iu the neigh, Dear Mr. liabbage: Enclose please find twenty-fiv- e cents for three mouths borhood has been sold and delivered subscription to Tlie'llreckeuridge News. and farmers are very well pleased with Ve can't do without it as it is like a .let- the prices received. ter from home. Wishing you and your Thrasher-Hodges- . success, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Hawesville, Ky Jan. 26 Miss MI-H- e Louisville, Ky. ( Trasher and Mr. Fred U Hodgs were married Tue.-.daevening at tile No Secrets Presbyterian manse by Dr. J C. Fo about "I'euslar White Pine anil Spruce gartle. Mr. Hodges is a son of Mr, Balsam." The formula of this great William Hodges and is a prosperous cough medicine is 011 every bottle. 35c young farmer of near Adair. Mrs. at Wedding's Drug Store. Hodges is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thrasher, of Adair, and Is a charming and talented young woman. y Subscribe Today FLOOD ON COAST TV ROME KOWJULLY TOLD Its Launching and What Inspired it is at Last Explained, "Every fw years someone suggeits something that will (end to better our condition, whether It may pertain to our busine.ssi, our knowledge, conven lence, or health, or our social state," declared L T Cooper recently. ''It ha been my pleasure to offer Tanlnc to the world," he contlnueH "I presented Tanlnc on lU merits, knowing full well that it would prove satisfactory If properly tested. "Confident as t was of the reception Tanlac would receive, I confess I wes hardly prepared for the wonderful popularity Into which it at once sprang When it is considered that just nine months to the day after Tnntac was announced, one million bottles had been sold, It can be understood that when the story of Tanlnc Is called a STRIPS VALLEY Whole Towns Wiped Out; Many People SITUATION WAY IS PAVED FOR BUSINESS Committees Are In Shape and Good Legislation Is Promised PLAN BONDS FOR DEBT Woman Suffrage May Be Left Out Stamp of Approval Given Corrupt Practice Bill Important Insurance Matters. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE In 43 Years? Homeless. AT THE OLD RELIABLE BECOMING WORSE i ' The Waters of San Diego, Cal., Bay and the Country For Miles Around Many Covered With Dead Animals Lives Are Lost. San Diego, Cat. (by wireless to Los Angolos), Jan. 31. With hundreds or s square miles of the onco beautiful stripped of every, sign of veglta-tlotho waters of Snn Diego bay nnrt tho country for miles around tho city literally covered with bodies of dead n animals, with thousands of peoplo In San Dlcgo and neighboring towns trying to got awny, and a torriflc galo coming In from tho sea, tho flood situation In this sec-tlon of tho country Is hourly becoming worse. With tho morgues of tho city filling up and more bodies being sent In, with nows of more towns being wiped out, whole valloys being Inundated, conditions are Indescribable and It Is feared the worst It yet to be learned. Escondldo has been flooded by tho overflow from tho Escondldo river, vnl-leypanic-strickex Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. and fears arc entertained that tho Moreno dam will break and again flood National City, tho TIa Juana valley and Otay. Tho Tla Juana race track Is gone. Six hundred men with many horses are marooned there, and In Imminent danger as their supplies aro undoubtedly growing short. Hundreds of automobiles havo been stranded In the roads on the way to perform rescue duties at Otay and Tla Juana. A desperate attempt to relieve the distress of Otay Hood victims was made with an aeroplane when Colonel Mex Flelschnmn, tho Cincinnati prompted by tho thought of starved ones, mounted an aeroplane ' and made a tour of inspection over the devastated district. Flying low, ho was able to see soveral bodies In debris where they had been left by the rush of wnter, but not a living being come within his range of sight. Raymond Norrls, another aviator, made a trip up tho valloy of death, but with similar ill success. Neither machine was able to effect a landing. Norrls said ho glided his machine within fifty feet of the raging torrents of the Otay valloy and saw the dead bodies of seven human being down stream by tho waters on their rush toward San Diego bay. Survivors of the floods of Otay arriving here relato heart rending tales of the devastation of the flood which swept Otay valley, The death list in tho Otay vnlloy j yyRooa cannot ue accurately given, mu being-carrie- l v,lt..n,l Hint n lonat fiftv nnil possibly sixty lives were lost. ATTACKS Roosevelt ADMINISTRATION Talks on International Relations to New York Audience. New York, Jan. 31. Three thousand persons filled tho Academy or Roosevelt Music to hear Colonel speak before the Institute of Arts and Science on the topic of "Compromise and Performanco In International Relations" expected strong language from tho colonel and were not disappointed. In none of his utterances regarding the events of the war, tho weakness, from his point of view, of tho present administration, tho failure or the United States to stop forward courageously as a champion of tho oppressed little nations, such as Belgium, and tho general vlclousness of the Teutonic powers, has Colonel Roosevelt expressed himself quite so savagely. The colonel without stint, scathingly denounced the administration and its iresent policies, PRODIGAL HAS HALF MILLION Boy Chlded For Lack of Industry turns With Fortune. Re- Urbana, O., Jan. 31. Thirteen years ago Andrew Dodge, son of George Dodge, Westvlllo, when chlded for lack of Industry, left homo and made a vow ho would never return until he had mado his stake. Recently ho stopped off a train from home, his homo coming being unannounced. Ho Is the owner of a half Interest In a gold mine at Carson City, and is ratod as worth $500,000. years old, and unHe Is thirty-flvo Nevada and drove to his father's married. Underwear Sewed on Pupils. Evansville, Ind., Jan. 31. Dr. Wallace C. Dyor, chief medical Inspector of the Evansvlllo public schools, reports that he has found fifty school children whoso underwear has boen sewed on thorn for the winter season. Ho ordered tho parents to remove tho underwear. -- v , Collides With Sailing Ship. London, Jan. 31. Tho American lino steamship Philadelphia has beon in collision with a soiling vessel In JJner the mouth of,Mersey. The liner suffered considerable damag?. The fate of tht sailing vessel is not known. Frankfort. Xy. (Special) With tho various committees well organized and Favorable report1) hnvo been mndn carrying out thu Administration's pre- i:n the rollowlng bills: To make holder election pledges nnd suggestions, somo o' equitable title to property responsreal business legislation Is promised ible for listing It for taxation as by tho General Assembly during tho him and legal holder: to permit Ship Your Tolincco to llic early days of February. taxpayers to pay their portion of speLouisville bankers have discussed cial levy to redeem railroad. bonds nnd the matter of arranging tho state debt i.c exonerated from liability; to regu.nm.n.n nf (lin luiolnitco HUI IVI t, lu and It Is generally . UlllwVlll. where every ho'sliwid of 'IV.biuvo i carefully looked after nnd Ul lilt UUJIIIL.a lb believed that the late toll bridges to bo erected over quite true, sold for its full market value mid return promptly mttdc Governor and stato financiers will fnvlfinble streams; to amend state "Tanlac appeals particularly to the float bonds to take caro of tho present t' books Inws limiting changes to best people everywhere people who GLOVER & DURRETT, Managers are able to judge carefully and to rer-d- lnrgo stato Indebtedness which tho hrco branches In one year; to permit L. T. L0G3D0N, Ass't. Mngr. Jlsc.il courts to anticipate revenues a just opinion of Its merits. Upan present administration inherited. the thousands of indorsements of such and borrow money for less than six The Vanco-Shec- r corrupt practice per cent; to provide for men and women Tnnlac's astonishing submission ot bill, endorsed by Governor Stanley and question success has been based. Great as is of substitute county commisthe demand for Tanlac now, I really known as an administration measure, sioners for fiscal court, at any l feel that the country, as a whole, is passed tho House" by n vote or SO to 8. election; to extend bonds of pub onlv just awakening; to it. Tho measure as adopted fixes the max"Tanlac, which Is the joint product imum amount of money that- may bo lic officers to cover nets done whllo holding beyond regular terms of olllco ...PERMANENT... of Hcrr Joseph Von Trimbach, the spent by any candidate for an olllco In and the anti-pas- s mousuro of Senator noted German chemist, and myself Is, Kentucky. Including tho prinfary and Zimmerman. I believe, the most affective remedy' general election. known for ailments' of the stomach, Senator II. M. Brock. Republican Tho amounts follow: Governor, liver and kidneys and for catarrhal A in nye id rfliro durlrj.- to Office Hours: s'u. ni. to',.") : m. Irvfrgtcn, Ky. I p. tn. p. m. other state officers, $10,000; Kail-roa- floor leader In tho Senate ami whn affections of the mucous membranes. hn.s occupied that position for tho past Commissioner and Judge of tho two sessions, will bo "It Is compounded of toots, herbs, n candidate fori, barks and ilcwers, many of which come Court of Appeals, $0,000; Circuit Judge "lection as delegate to tho Republican from remote parts of the world, and it and Commonwealth's Attorney, $5,000; National Convention from the Elevis free from the mineral tainl feartil county ofllcials in counties having enth District, according to leaders In cities of first class, $5,000; county Frankfort. by many persons. In counties having cities of the "I have no doubt that Tanlac will be Providing for tho abolishing of the as successful in your city as it has in second class, $4,000; county officials In counties having cities of tho third First and Second Assistant Attorney every other in which it has been in- class, $3,000; county ofllcials In all General, Representative Jackson. Re-troduced." $55.00 pays for a Full; Diploma .$75.00 Hook- - m other counties, $2,000; Represent.!-tlvcs- , publican, Leo County, lias Introduced a ' Tanlac now may be obtained lu $700; Senators, $2,000; for any bill, and says that ho is of the opinion M keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UN LI MI- Cloverport, Ky.. at the Wedding Drug other olllce, city, county or district that since the Governor and Attorney not mentioned, $1,000. Store, where it is fully explained. General have authority under tho law m TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cat a- - M Tho bill repeals the statute which to employ special assistants as the W og and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. requires two witnesses to convict for need for them arises, tho permanent bribery In elections. employment of assistants Is unnecesAddress m TWO GARS OF TRAIN Tho amount of money spent by can- sary. didates must bo filed Tor publication H. O. KEESLING, 15 days before and 15 days elecMuch HURLED DOWN CLIFF tion nnd a fine of from $100after $1,000 as to tho curiosity Is being expressed to Investigations Into tho Stato for failure is provided. BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE printing expenses. Tho committee is composed of Senators Helm, llul'faker In order that they may lend every and Ilrock, but so far tho probes havo Kit by Avalanche; Six Killed assistance possible to help the stato not been sharpened, according to re- M Louisville, Kentucky liquidate the present debts and carry ports. out the Administrations' "economy Fifteen Hurt. pledges," President Henry Hardin The roll call in tho Senato on the Cherry and the Board of Itegents of Prohibition question was tho longest the Western Kentucky Stato Normal on record, taking nearly an hour to Seattle, Wash., Jan. 24. The re- School have decided not to ask for complete. The tlmo was taken up by vise! casualty list shows that six per- any " universal deslro ot the senators to sons were killed nnd fifteen Injured Bion, additional appropriation this ses - explain even though the good work of this their vote. when the westbound Great Northern Institution, of which thousands of Governor Stanley. Tho appointments Grand Jurors. Cascade Limited train was struck by Endorsed by Stato Superintendent aro for four years. an avalanche near Corea station on ily been are very proud, has steadincreased and Is today ac- of Public Instruction, V. O. Gilbert, a the west slope of tho Cascade moun- commodating moro Following is a corrected list of grand students then over bill Introduced by Representative Had tains and two cars were sent toppling before. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, and cllffo, of Henry County, provides for down the mountain side. ficorgo Long, of l.citchlleld, were en- and petit jurymen summoned by the the taklnir of the school ppnmix nvnrv sheriff to serve as jurors at the FebTho bodies of Hert Klrkman of predict that two years Instead ot annually as has dorsed for delegates to tho National ruary term of court. It Is Sheridan, Wyo.; W. F. Carter of East tho billconsidered safo to I). Convention by tho committee of tho of Senator J. lilies, of been the custom. Ilo claims that this Republican Vancouver, H. C, and Edward natter-ma- n Bracken county, appropriating Fourth Congressional DisGrand Jury, $20,000 will save tho State $35,000. and baby of Winnipeg, already nnnually for live years to trict at their meeting In Elizabeth-town- . H. C. Stewart, Austin Arms, Joe the Kon havo been recovered. Tho twelve counties were reptucky Illiteracy Commission, of which Glastenck, J. G. Frymire, John Akers, A bill to prevent tho activity of of A ten year old son of Mr. Hatter-ma- Mrs. Cora Wilson Stowart is the head, fice holders lu working to Increase the resented with one exception. Geo. W. Milburn, G. D. Beard, Robt. . . (I Is missing nnd it is feared he is "u"oua "s Harlow, r K. Brown, J. A. Dean, I' salaries of their own and other otllces. ia dead. Another passenger, name not n Lewis has "a "i mo Introduced by Senator Porter, of Web- - In James P.of IJarksdalo filed his answer 1.. Davis, C. H. Priest, Frank Dean, yet learned, has not been found. None session. Hamlett claimthe suit ster County, Is taken quite seriously ing the election of Secretary of State J. T Hoben, Z. T. Stith, Wm. Kendall, of the Injured passengers was seriby tho Senate and Is likely to pass. ously hurt, except Ernest Smith ot to which Lewis was awarded tho cer- W. D Hale, John Lvddau. li. F. May, A bill Intended to do away with racSpokane. tificate of nomination and Is now serv- Richard McAfee. J. W. Huflines, Frank ing In tho stato by banishing tho pari A model bill providing for working ing as tho only Republican member of Dellaven, Tho train had been held at Corea, inutuel machines and prohibiting . D. Iloskins, George B. which Is about 200 miles east of Seat- betting In any form, has been Intro- of convicts on tho public roads will bn Stato olllces. Ilo denies tho nu- Compton. tle, by a small snow slide. When tho duced by Representative Jack Ollvor, drafted by Senator Webster Helm, ot merous allegations made by Hamlett Petit Jury. track was about cleared an avalanche of Scottsvllle, Allen county, a Repub- Campbell County, who Is chairman ot and asks a recount In a number of Andrew Diiskell, George Payne.Chas. broke from the mountain and caught lican. It Is said by his opponents that tho Senato Committee on Public Roads counties In which ho says there were the dining car and day coach. They he hails from a county, which is a and Highways. votes illegally counted. Edwin Mor- H. Hook. J. O. Biker, Paul Heudrick, J. R. Mattinglv, J H. Morgan, J. K. went down the mountain side like day's Journey from a race track. row represents Lewis. Bramlette, H. II. Norton, S. K Randy, chips. Tho dining car took llro and A resolution requesting the Kenwas destroyed. Griffin Kasey, H. E. Law.-,ou- , Mike MilOnly two constitutional amendments tucky delegation In Congress to supFor a mild, easy action of the bowels, Reports from Corea say that tho are permitted to bo passed at any reg- port a bill making national prohibition try Dunn's Kegulets, a modern laxa- ler, Martice Norton, Cleve Hendrick, avalanche struck the train In the mid- ular session of the legislature tlio browors and disMack H. Dowell. Miku Lyddan, Paul and no possible, provided dle. The dining and day coaches were more Compton, Con Mattlnglv, J. C. Nolte, amendments can bo voted upon tillers receivo compensation for their tive. '2sc at all stores. carried away and a sleeping car be at the same time. plants, passed tho Senate. P. E. Scott, J. B. Smart, J. T. Skillmau, hind them was toppled over on Its It was first Introduced by Senator If tho House concurs In tho action ot E. A. Moore, John II. Galloway, Ed. Bldo and swung partly over tho bank. CHENAULT Huntsman, of Warren County, merely tho Senato on tho Combs-IIobb- s bill, Finley, Win. Skillman, Ezra Cooper, There Is a long shore curve at amending tho constitution to permit requesting thorn to support tho naGeo. W. May, J. L. Henninger, S. DurCorea. The day car slid down the om- - telephono companies to merge, tional prohibition. This was amended and tho 12. J. Stallman was In Hardinsburg ham, H. L. Dalton, A. C. Penick, J. C. bankment, eighty feet lower than the Knight-Meyer- s bill to amend tho con- by Senator .Huffakcr, of Louisville, proDellaven, John Jennings aud Jake track, while the dining car stopped stitution so that a propor workmen's viding compensation. This amend- last week on business. midway. All of the Injured were taken compensation act may bo adopted, Lewis O' Bryan went to Owensboro Kendall. the ment was adopted by a voto of 17 to to Seneca, a few miles below Corea. woman suffragists who aro appealing 15. Friday with tobacco. Why Suffer From Colds? Tho other proceeded on their Journey for tho ballot in Kentucky will bo Tho resolution then passed as Merlin Warren, who has been in to Seattle. Thoso voting locked out until tho next session ot tho amended 23 to C. "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break against It were Senators Frost, Hunts- Louisville for the Inst week, returned General Assembly at least. that cold in a very short time. 25c at man, Portor, Sanders,' Scott and Tay- home Sunday. COLLIDE ELEVATED TRAINS Should tho House roject ono ot thoso Wedding's Drug Store. lor. Thoso declining to voto were Davis Cuunlngham was In town amendments, then tho Senato would Score of Persons Injured When Trains bo frco to act upon tho Woman Suf- Senators Clay, Hlldroth, Montgomery, . New Subscriber. Senator Crash In New York City. frage (t)stIon but It Is not believed Mooro, Peak and Salmon. Mrs. George Clinton spent a few djtys per that tho women will havo It como up Ford was 111 and not present. New York, Jan. 24. A score of Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed liml I ist wee'x in Louisville. sons were injured, some so painfully again. fifty, cents for which please send me O. B. Cunningham returned home The BreckenrldL'e News for Governor Stanley has nppnintod four The legislators do appear to bo that they woro taken to tho hospital six months. ready to give them much encourage- members of tho Stato Hoard of Inst week where he had bien visiting Wu arc homesick for for treatment, when a north-bounour Kentucky Equalization for terms of four years his grandson, Lamar Gardner, and Mrs.. avenue elevated, train crashed ment right now. Third home new again, each. Thoy Includo Hen S. Calvert, Gardner at Louisville. Second avenue Into a south-bounMrs. Lucet.a Duncan, Stamping (J round; John A. Webb, A bill introduced In tho Senato by train at tho Manhattan end ot tho J. II. Warren took (K! head of hogs to Cleo, Ok a. drawbridge at Ono Hundred nnd Senator Glenn, provides that all ap Whltosburg; Chnrlcs P. Weavon and polntmouts ot assistants mado b It. 11. Cary, tho latter two being re- market Wednesday. Twenty-nintstreet and Second Undergoes Operation. L. II. Bosloy spent Sunday with his One ot tho seven wooden cars heads of tho different departments ot appointed. son, Ivnrl Uclev, of Concordlu. that composed tho train which wbb tho stato government bo mado with Hanliusliurg, Jan 31 (Special.) A mooting ot tho Stato Board of Agstruck, was thrown from Its trucks tho consent of tho senate. Miss Alberta O'Bryan, of Mooleyvllle, Last Wednesday afternoon Drs. A. M. If tho bill becomes a law the Senate riculture was held lu Louisville, nt tho Klucheloe anil J K. Kiucheloe and toppled over onto Us side on tho spent Tuesday the guest of Miss Mary 011 Mr. Willie Potts at his home operated ' will tho future confirm the appoint- call ot Commissioner of Agriculture on the brldgo end. Mu lining. pike Mr. I'otts was hit by a falling Tho Injured wore carried from tho ment of assistant secretary ot state, Cohen, for tho purposo of making The marriage of Miss Lucy Burch and limb of a tree on Saturday before, cracksmashed car Into tho ono ahend where doputy auditor, assistant commissioner plans for tho Kentucky State Fair to His Mr. Joe Speaks was solemnized Tuesday ing his skull about five Inches. doctors treated them. Four were so of agriculture, deputy clork of tho bo hold next fall. badly hurt that they woro taken away court ot appeals, deputy treasurer, tho at St. Theresa church by Rev. Father suffering became so Intense that an op. and In ambulances. About fifteen others tbroo assistant attorney-genoral- s Geo. T. Fullor, Mayfleld, and C. J. Abell. The young couple will reside in eratlon was necessary. The last report were treated on the spot and went the assistant stato superintendent ot Aud, Ceclllan, wore reappolnjrtd mom-ber- Mooleyvllle. The News extends con- - was that he was doing very well. The pubUc Instruction. home. of the Stato Board of. Health by gratulatlons. doctors are hopeful of his recovery. n Farmers Dealers in Tobacco I Old Reliable Louisville House er gen-fi-a- DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST $20,-00- d of-da- I Save $20 Now President 1 II l II i I I TRY A WANT AD TODAY Ken-tuckia- J n ... J 1 tl-- c Wed-neala- y. d I h ave-nu- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. DADDAGE, Editor and Publisher IN MEMORIAM In Memory of Mayme Kendall, who died February 1, 1915. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KYM WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1916 Dar EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Mavmc, one sad year ago, How sad, indeed, wore we, When cruel death tool: you away From your dear ones and uicl . " Hut. we can Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charced for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. If it is not correct please notify tis. Examine the label on your paper. no'cr forget, While you lie 'neath the sod, We livo in hopes that we will meet And dwell in heaven with God. HEI'OUT OF KKNTUCKY AOHI- CULTURAL BXPEKIMKJfT STATION'. In the liicnninl report of the director of the experiment station O, Maytnc, how wo miss your voice, Your gentle words and sweet embrace! for your 1013 1!)15, it shows thsit no less than nine experimental field- hnve been established, and hrmiulit under cultivation, on six of Hut God has called you home to Him, To dwell before the throne of grace. the ten principal foil areas of the State. The object of these experi mental fields bcinir the tudy of the soil requirements and crop rotaA FiEir.xi). tions neccsary to bring the soils of the-- o several section of the State Oil SOtlie of to tliiMP liiirlmxr ilnrrrnn if forrilit v iitul lirnrllirt t VOI1CSS the badly worn land of the State, the yield of corn has already been increased tenfold. The work of the experiment station also included FURNISHING A ROOM. the study and distribution of new and improved varieties of agricul-tura- l AWAIT BERLIN'S Try to Convey the Impression of plants, including hardier and more productive varieties of and Homlnoss. inwheat, barley and oats. The work also includes the analysis and REPLY TO NOTE The furniture which wo select should spection of fertilizers, commercial feeding stall", foods and druirs. he for Its livable qualities. It Is not a quest Ion of whether the room The records of the director's ollicc show thit within the past two Is furnished consistently with Louis yeats, no less than G(5.'W specific requests for information have been XVI. furniture or with empire or with received and answered. In these and many other directions, the Ex- Tension Over Lusitania Issue something else, but whether tho furniture comblncH with the walls and floors periment Station at Lexington is demonstrating its usefulness to all Is Strong. and ceiling to complete a room with a citizens of the Commonwealth. , single Impression homlness. -o restful-uess- The angel" 'round the throne of grace, In pity now look down upon The loved ones left to weep In sorrow for the dear one gone. ' , ' All GIRLS DO NOT WANT A LIFE OF POVERTY; THEY PREFER MEN WITH MONEY. YOU CAN'T BLAME THEM. THE BOY WHO HAS A BANK BOOK NOW IS LIKELY TO ALWAYS HAVE ONE. PARENTS KNOW THIS AND WELCOME INTO THEIR HOMES THE CAREFUL YOUNG MAN WHO IS THRIFTY. WHY DON'T YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT, OR INCREASE YOUR BALANCE IF YOU HAVE ONE? BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust liiveslmenls S600.000.00 1 1 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. rep'o!-e- . THE BANK OF HAROINSBURG & TRUST GO. FEATURE DAYS IN FEBRUARY. The month of February is largely written m American history because it is the birth month of two men who were mot instrumental in establishing our united republic, that of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. These men stand before us today as soldier-- , citizens and statesmen, realizing the responsibility imposed upon them, as equal, if not greater, than that asumed by any man. hvery act of their hve- wa for the host method tor preserving the nation. No man had a higher regard for courage than Lincoln. Me was a perfect type of Ameiican manhood. Washington was known by all nations as the "Father of His Country." Daniel Web-te- r said. "America hns furnished to the world the character of And if our American institutions had done nothing else, that alone would have entitled them to the of mankind." Another feature day in this month is St. Valentine's Day. St. Valentine was a bihop of Rome during the third century. He was o very ticces-ful in converting the pagiin Roman-- ; to that he incurred the displea-ur- e of the Emperor, and was martyred bv his order February 11, A. D., 270. His name was placed on the calendar and given to the day of his death, and this day was made a festival. n. re-pe- ct -- -- Chri-tiani- ty PAY UP WEEK. The first "Pay up Week" in America was reported by the 'Merchants' Trade Journal, of Dcs Moines, Iowa, as being conducted in .(miliary, 1115, at the little town of Waukon, Iowa. In one week there, more than .fnOjOOO was icceivcd by the merchants and business men on accounts. There are millions of dollars in this country. Factories in many lines have been working over time. America at peace must feed the world and furni-t- i it all sorts of necessities. Millions of people owe store bills, labor bills and supply bills. There's money to pay them if each fellow will make an ellort at a certain definite time to pay his own bills. Everyone should be interested and anxious to promote general and to better business conditions in their own community. To make this event a ucee-s any information you may need can be had by applying to the Merchant- -' Trade Journal, Des Moines, Iowa. Think what this plan will mean to any person to get hold of money that ha- - long been due them. pto-perity -- THE WOMEN OF FRANCE. The most helpful storiesof the war areabout the women of France, who go to their posts of duty like the soldiers in the trenches. American women write that nothing can exceed the calmness, the and the dignity of the Fiench women in their sutlering and hardships. Each woman has a husbuid, a son or lover at war, yet they are accepting their sorrow and sacrifice as their portion and without a murmur. No words of bitternc-- s for the Kaiser comes from them. Americans who have had glimpses of their cruel circumstances, bring to us only pictures of the brave spirits and the untiring service of tbo women of France. Women in America ought to bo happy, when they think of the French women and their hopeless hearts. self-contr- their tarn, another three or four. His biographer says that the amount of coffee he drank was "fabulous," aud one can well believe It. Tho effect on his once fine constitution wns deplorOn Cattle and Hogs. Handy able. Ills face shriveled and turned yellow, his lips became black, nnd with One can bo very pleasant and attractive by acknowledging their Weight Butchers Off 10 to the Inevitable breakdown of his nerv own faults (when corrected). ous system his genius fell rapidly into Hut never under-rat- o and call your.-ol-f 15c. Top Prices For Hogs $8. premature decay. attention to your faults. Correct them that's the important act. Now. repose and rest fulness depoud FINAL TERMS MADE KNOWN very largely upon color harmonics, nnd It is therefore well that our furniture A room harmonize In this respect. Severance of Diplomatic Relations which contains a chair or two hi walWill Be Inevitable, It Is Believed, If nut, others In mahogany and fumed oak and a sofa in golden oak cannot Germany Replys Unfavorably to De- help being bad. Such a room Is bound mands of the United States. to affect the nerves of every sensitive person who conies Into the room. Washington, Jan. 31. Tension over For this reason a room should be the LiiHitanla issno continues to exist very predominantly mahogany In color, in ndnilnlHtratloa circles in the ab very predominantly fumed oak or very sence of ofliclal continuation of press predominantly something else, but It reports from Ilorlin that Germany is should not be u mixture. Willi a panpreparing to send to the United States eled Interior of gray, mahogany will go a new note which will meet the de very beautifully, whether it be Chipmands of the American government. pendale. Sheraton or colonial or nil That tho German embassy has like- three mixed. Lionel Kobcrtson and wise received nothing to substantiate T. C. O'Donnell in Good Health. reports was indicated by tho these fact that Count von Hemstorff is still GOOD BOOKS. absent from Washington. Attaches of the embassy express tho opinion that nothing dellnkc as to the position of When Personally Owned They Gather a Wealth of Association. the Berlin government Is likely to Cultivated men and women have alreach Washington before tho end of ways good books among their most the week. Secretary Lansing Is keeping In valued possessions, and one cannot betouch by telegraph with President lieve that tills taste can be sacrificed without definite loss to our civilization. Wilson, and the fact that the presiThe spoken word enn never supplant dent's warning to the public In speeches appear to be taking on a the written word, and In fact the presgraver aspect, is accepted in official ent tendency Is all toward substituting circles hero as meaning that the mes- print for speech. Nor can reading in sages, ho gets from Secretary Lan- public places take the place of reading one's own books in the quiet of one's' sing are not reassuring. In state department quarters the home. Hooks that nre owned wait paopinion is expressed that before the tiently on tho reader's leisure, and to have just the book one wants when end of another week It will bo defiGermany Is to one wants It must remain one of the nitely shown whether supreme luxuries of a cultivated life. give tho disavowal demnnded or is Hooks, too. when personally owned, willing that there should be a severIn tho Atlantic, writes Karl ance of diplomatic relations between gather aroundItarnes themselves a wealth of the two countries. Olllcials here con- personal associations. Tho very bindtinue to Insist that such a severance ing, paper and title page recall the conwould be Inevitable If tho next reply ditions under which the book eame Into from Ilorlin is unfavorable. our possession. As we open its pages Count von Hemstorff Is not expect- wo remember the last time we read it. ed to confer with Mr. Lansing again the place and circumstances and the beforo Friday. Ily that time it Is people with whom we discussed It. said he expects to receive from his Books have personality, and they must government an answer to tho last pro- always remain tho warm friends of calling on their possessors. posals from Mr. Germany for a dellnlto reply to the demands for a disavowal. On that Donizetti and Coffee. same day tho president is expected Donizetti, composer of "Lucia dl back In Washington and will assume Lammermoor." sought inspiration in charge of the situation. the coffeepot. It would be Interest-lu- g The state department denied tho to know accurately tho total receipt of any dispatches from Colonel uniotint of coffee this erratic genius E. M. House, the president's personal maiiagud to consume during his short envoy to the belligerent capitals of career. It was his habit to shut himEurope, who Is reported In press re- self up lu his room with writing ma ports to have left Ilerlin with assur- terials and three or four coffeepots ances from tho German authorities full of steaming coffee. When these that a satisfactory noto will bo sent wero emptied he ordered in three or to the United States. four more and, these disposed of in HARDINSBURG, KY. Money Loaned on approved security at reasonable rates at g. The Bank That is Steadily Growing WATCH US! Bank of Cloverport, Cloverport, Ky. a Special Prices On RUBBER ROOFING"! Samples Furnished on Request. We can please you in Price and Quality. Write tor Samples. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, incorporated JAKE WILSON, i$j fSK Jfii Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. LOUISVILLE MARKET Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE PROFITABLE Gets Repeat Orders Receipts for cattle at the Bourbon Learn your limitations. Do not over estimate your capacities. Stock Yards In Louisville Monday Never suggest unless your suggesting is solicited. Hut always re- were slightly larger than recently, numbering l,6l7 head as against 1,326 spond when you are called on to give your ideas and opinions. Jaggery Sugar. a Tamil poem enumerates 800 ways la which the I'almya palm may be used, one of its most interest ing uses Is the production of a sugar called Jaggery, This Is the result of boiling down the flesh Juice and Is one of tho chief sugars of South India. Four or live quarts per tree per day Is tho vleld for tour or live months. Once lu every three years the sap drawing process Is omitted, as oilier wise the tree would die The, tree to yield at llfteeu years aud continues for about fifty years. The fe male tree yields about twice as much sap as the male. Three quarts of this sap mako one pound of sugar or Jag gery, which Is tho chief sugar used by the poor dosses of India. Argonaut. Though A Good Flour For The Bakers Makes More and Better Loaves "Study to be quiet." Few persons like to talk the first few hours of the day, but one can entertain when he says, "Good morning." pleasant thoughts and mean it, Don'f let your subscription drag. A dollar is not much, but it means a lot to us. Let us have your stibicription now if you owo it. Don't bo a knocker. Ho a booster for your town and county. Subscribe Today a week aeo anil 1,311 a year ago. Trading ruled slow, and choice handy weight butchers were on 1(1 and 15 cents, while medium anil common declined 15 to 'S cents. There were but few prime, heavy steers on the market, and prices easily were L'.'i cents lower than last .Monday. The best In the steer division brought $S 00. '.'SO This was for a small lot of prime pound steers. Others sold at $7 00 and i" 5O. In face ot a liberal supply of hogs, the market opened 5 cents upon tops and roughs and 10 cents on lights. I'lgs were steady. Corn fed hogs sold at $7.00 early and finally at $8.00 The lights, 120 to I65 pounds, changed hands between $7.Js and $7.80, pigs at $0.(50 and roughs from $7.00 down. 1 IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write us LEWISP0RT MILL. CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Keep It In Mind V. G. Babbage, Try a Want Ad Today Notary Public ffhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, FEU. 2, 1910 Ky Entered at the l'ot omiceatOloTcrport, as second class mattor. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO AHCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL GENERAL OFFICES ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. John Dean Is slowly recover from a severe spell of pneumonia. I wl be In Clovcrport February 3 to finish up my work of cleaning cisterns J. P. THOMPSON. Miss Margaret Skillman will be host ess to the Wednesday Club this after noon. H, 11. Baxter sold his tobacco oil tbe Breckenridge Loose Leaf floors at $6 round. Mrs, F S., McAfee, of Irvington, was the guest of her mother, Mrs, Mullen, Friday. Association will The meet Friday afternoon at the school 4f4S KS g-fS- f 4e4SZKS4S4i n! 1 I ELEGANT DINNER Mr. and AUs. David Phelps Their Home. On- H HOUSE PLEASED WITH tjH ? I VISIT TO GERMANY Conversations Will at Isn't it plcnsnnt these nifrhts hi home, britrht liirht, n good hook that's blis. .n cozy (ire, a ?jH JjJ ?& Clarify .V. Si Here are a few titles of the Parent-Teacher- s' Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps were host and hostess nt a delightful dinner party given Saturday evening at their home in The honor of Miss Louise Babbagc. guests were: Miss Lula Severs, Miss Mildred Babbagc, Miss Babbagc, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Williams nnd Mrs. Hugh Wood. Relations, (via London), Jan. 31. 13d wan! M. House, President Wilson's personnl representative, hns left Berlin for I'nrla nnd Ixmdon by way of Switzerland. Prior to his though declining to bo quoted with any particularity on tho results of his mission, Colonel House said lie was very glad ho had come to Berlin and added that tho conversations which he had had with leading German statrsmen nnd prominent men In private lire nnd particularly his conforencn with Ambassador Gerard had boon most profitable nnd would undoubtedly lend to n clnrlllcatlon 01' relations, nlthoumt It wns to bo doubted whether nny dell nlto tangible developments could be conducted therefrom. Ills visit, which was chiefly for Informative purposes, can scarcely 1k Eald to hnvo given him nny novel light on tho Gorman situation, tho mnln outlines of which It apnenrs are well understood In Washington, thanks to tho copious nspects having particular interest for President Wilson. It is presumed that the Gorman leaders now hnvo a clearer comprehension of tho limits nnd intents of President Wilson's policy nnd particularly ot tho Ideas ho hns for n working arrangement, harmonizing ns far ns posslblo with tho Interests of neutrals and tho two belligerent groups. It Is Interesting to note that many Germans, especially thoso interested in foreign affairs, are seeking enlightenment from nil posslblo sources In an endeavor to figure out which group President Wilson had In mind In the referenco In his recent speech to the uncertainty of the International relations ot tho United States. IJcrlln Colonel Gorman-American 8 tfi BOOKS in stock get yours now ah l. For Precinct hiiiI city Offices f 2.50 6.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For State anil District Offices .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe Interest of Individuals or expression .Id of individual views per line.... ., building Head Hd Alexander's ad this week. He is offering tome special bargains in La Grippe and Fever Cured. & "Your MetiOenball's Chill & Fever clothing. Tonlu cured my husband of LaGrippe John Akers and Gen. D. R Murray, and Fever nfter other remedies failed," LULA C. ROACH, Ufilton, Fla. of Hnrdiusburg, went to Louisville Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Thursday. Mrs. Orlllo Deltaven, of Holt, .spent Monday here, the guest of Mrs. Wick liARNIiD. DcIInvcii, Gordon Payne has accepted a position at the L., II & St. L. R. R. shops as operator. S. P. Feun, of Dundee, was at last week, shaking hands with old trieuds, Might hundred peoplo have been rendered homeless by the flood at Hickman, Ky. Robert Britton and Carl Briton left Thursday for Memphis, Tenn , to accept positions. Mrs. Chas. Berry and little son are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Adkins, nt Stanley, Ky. The Fpworth League will be conducted Sunday evening by the Misson-ar- y and daughter, Mrs. II. Louise, visited at Garfield Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Vic Pile went to Hardinsburg Friday. Misses Bessie B. Weatllerford and Nora McCoy and Roy McCoy, who are attending the 11. C II. S., spent the week-enwith their parents. S. II Davis and Homer Alexander wcre'in Hardinsburg Friday. Floyd juiggins has returned to his home nt Madrid for an indefinite stay. Mrs. S II Davis and niece, Miss Lotta, were the guests of Mrs. S M Cruiue Friday night Miss Xcvah Milner closed her school at Norton Valley and returned home near here Saturday. Mrs. V. G, Goodman is on the sick II, Moorman d ;: ft ?: Train scneauie on ft' .Si The Secret Garden, Hagir, The Yellow Ticket, The Adventures of Kathlyn, The Woman Thou Gavest Me, The Krentzer Sanata, The Turning of the Griggshy, The Romance of Hilly Goat Mill, Daddy Long Legs, ft W-f- ;: t ? KH :: & : ft: The L, H. & St. L. R'y. The Caravaners, Blue Bird Weather. We will get the hook you want if stock. ft ft: Effective September No. 142 19, 1915. . Irvlnittnn Arriving Irtilivllle will leave CloviTport Arriving Irvliurton Arriving No. 11(1 will lruvoClovrri.ort. Arriving Irvliigton No. Arrlln EAST llOUNH will Imvo Clovcrport.. v& not in our JJ ft: lit 1M5A. M, .I0:lfi A. M lUiin i. M . .. 4:52 I". S:4U 1'. 7:10 I'. 5:07 A. 5:51 A. M M M M M Arriving Evunsvllle Arriving St. Louis. No. lis will leave Clovcrport... . Arriving lluwcsvllle -Arriving Owtnshoro 11 51 1". M No. 143 will Ipiivo Clovcrport .... 12:5SA. M ArrlvlngOwensboro..... . . 1:4SA. M Arriving Henderson . M . 2:15 A. M Arriving Kvunsvllli-.7:40 A. Arriving St. Louis. fiiMA.M No. 117 will leave Clovcrport. .... 7:4liA. M Arriving Owpnsboro. :0O A.M Arriving Henderson . , WKST HOUND No. HI will Ipsivo CloviTport... Arrl vImk Owpnstioro. . Arriving Henderson.. M. -- jgj. C. NOLTE & BRO.i CLOVERPORT, KY. 5 12:01 I'. M 14:ftS I1. M 1:211. M 7.40 l". M 7:0!) P. M 7:30 1'. M 8:18 1 M Department. Proctor French and cousin, Miss Hat-ti- e Tabor, of Lodiburg, were in Louisville Wednesday. Hobt. French, A. V Whitwurth, Stephensport. ware in Hardlnsb.ire Monday on business. Mrs. Raymond Marshall, of llawes-villspent several days here last week, and Personal Paragraphs Abotit Peo- the guest of relatives. Win. Kinder and family moved here ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner last week from Tobinsport. They have and Receptions. Church Parties rented the Mattingly house. Announcements. Dr. L. 11. Moorman, of Irvington', has gone to Florida for a much needed rest. Kriicst I'ate was ill Louisville Sunday. He will be gone two weeks. John Avitt, Rev II. C. Argabrlght Five drummers landed in McQundy and W .B Arl.'abrlglit, Lodiburg, were Thursday. Monday. Myron Moorman was in Louisville at the county seat Carl Bane, of Stephensport, spent a Wednesday. week, the guest of Frank Moorman left Sunday for a trip few days here last his aunt, Mrs. A C. McKaughu, to California. Henry Clay Bennett, of Custer, went Dr. R. V.Meador, of Custer, was in to Bowling Green last week to enter Thursday. Louisville Bowling Green Business University. J. H Avitt, of Lodiburg, was in BranKev. Paul S. Powell was at West denburg Wednesday. Point Friday attending a meeting of of Glen Dean, was in R W. Jones, list. Local News e, Misses Lillian May and Jacie Alex audcr were in Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday. A few from h.re took the graduation examination at Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Thera Davis and Miss Lottie Davis were the guests of Mrs. J. M. Notk Crume Saturday. when For Sale!i One registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and a good looker; will trade for other stock. you want iidvtTtist AilvprttM-r- notlfv tin. rdllnr nii-n- i Hardinsburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Xewsom spent Saturday in Louisville. The Sanitary Restaurant Is now open ) VeTnd ready for business. Miss Jeanette Hurn will be hostess to the Friday Club this week Miss Amanda Dean, of Glen Don, spent Thursday in Louisville. O. C. llasham attended the Dowell sale at Stephensport Thursday. All parsons indebted to Mrs. J. N Cordrey please call and settle Mrs. Joe Fitch and Mrs Charles Ham-maspent Friday in Louisville Miss Claudia I'ate is in Louisville, the guest of Mrs. Flizabeth Stone. Miss Claudia I'ate will have charge of the 1!. V. 1'. U. Sunday evening, Mrs. Hillary Hardin spent Sunday at Skillman, the gutst of relatives. Mrs. Ella llaxter, of Rockval(, is convalescing from a case of lagrippe. Mrs. L. T. Reid entertained the Mothers' Club Friday afternoon. There will be no meeting of the Ladies' Reading Club this week. Mrs. G W. Payne, of Stephensport, spent Sunday here visiting friends. Heber Hawkins, of Tobinsport, recently visited relatives in Louisville. Mrs. F. M. Smith recently visited her uncle, C. P. Moorman, at Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and children are visiting her parents in Eddyville. Israel Holder went to Louisville yesterday with a load of cattle and hogs. AIHe Harper, of German Ridge, sold his tobacco to John Phelon at 8c and 'Ic, Mrs. Carl Vickers, of Irvington, was the guest of Miss Bessye Arnold Sunday. the Klizabethtown District League. The sheriffs are busy getting ready for circuit court second Monday In February. There is a large docket. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Cockerlll on the birth of a little daughter February 1 Mrs. Wm. Tnul arrived home Thurs day from Decatur, 111., where she had been to attend the funeral of her daugh ter, Mrs. Lloyd Wright. We are piepared to do all kinds of tin work such as roofing, guttering, etc Pi ices reasonable, work guarauteed. Clovtrport Planing Mill. Mrs. Wm. Jolly, of Sample, spent Sun Mrs. Jote Gray, who has been quite ill of lagrippe, is improving. V G. Goodman was in Louisville last week. Your Poultry. Stock and Egos in this Miss Maud Smith spend the week-enColumn at Hardinsburg with her mother. ONE CENT PER WORD Mrs. J. U. Matthews was tbe guest of For Sale Ten Slioats. Mr. and Mrs. llillie .Matthews Wednesshoals wi'lihlup liO day. FOB SALH-T- " slio.it- - whIi:i ii C'O pi umK ijcmuds and Simon fimiirt. Iliirdliishurir, Ky.. K 2 There has been several light attacks each. of lagrippe here, but all are better at For Rent Or Sale. this writing. ( 2C! ulthhj hill FAltM iiillii South of an' bo lorn land, Ky. G P. Macy, who has been ill of la- Kino Hurley tiili:nv. hind Aunly 10 C. . Kv. Hamilton. Amnions. grippe, is able to be out again. ADVERTISE d or 15 horses and mules which we want to go at once. Will sell for cash or bankable note. Write us vour wants. 12 7 T,We also have on Miss Bessie W. Milner was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. M Aldrige, Satur-da- y. .luki) Miner. (II111 Of. in. Kv. For Sale Pair Mules. mules 7 I'.tlr FOIt SALE handsliliu'k nmrii good hli.iyears pv. III ll'iii High-Grad- e Beard Brothers Hardinsburg, Ky. si r)k Mr. anil Mrs Tom Gregory were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. H. B. Moorman, Monday. .Mrs. Mack Crews is on the tick list. Miss Maud Smith visited at C L. Brumgtou's Monday. Misses Lillian May and Leouu Meador were the guests of .Mrs. G P. Macy McUary. Kirk, Kv. FOIt SAI.Kl rid. hlood hluli-cnid- Shorthorns shorthorn 1'or jirlco w:lti" hull .1. For Sale- - Desk, Bone Cutler, Safe desk. 11 Inches FOK SAW! One roll lop scihI .is new; nno una horn- euilt-kitchen s.ite. Kor p.iri Iculurs ii.Hlris.s Jll Miiry .1. Coomes. Iliitdin bur. 111. Ky. r r? ?s5 MULES FOR SALE $j Sunday. Oscar O'Banion was here Saturday. Steve Gray is here from Louisville visiting his mother, who has lagrippe. Miss Nevah Milner is visiting at Sam Cardeu's at Basin Springs. Mr and Mrs, Sam Tucker and children wtre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crume Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Moorman spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs P. R. Payne. Messrs J. P. Milner, Jr., and X. B. Tucker were in town delivering tobacco Wednesday, Messrs. Myer Smith and Lambert Tucker brought a load of hogs to town one day last week Percy Tucker made his usual weekly call at West View Sunday. Nick Webster was in town Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. M. Tucker and Mrs. J. V, Tucker were the guests of Mr and Mrs. S E. Tucker Sunday. Rev Grayhous preached at the Methodist church Sunday night. Little Miss Maxine Aldridge was the guest of Misses My ma and Keba Tucker Sunday. Hubert Mattingly visited his parents at West View Sunday, For Sale FOU;sAI.I;-10iutisi:oo- i1. 10 Acres Farm level limn; terms; lloulevurd. Louisville. Ivv. Mules For Sale. I:. T. Coomes. It S, Hox 5s. perry '.. Dental Service Furnished! 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 body. " i For special appointments call Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Truit Co. Office oier Bank ol Htrdlniburg ri & day here, the guest of Mrs. Graham Jolly. Her daughter, Miss Mary L. Jolly, entered school here Monday. Quarterly conference services were Rev. 1J. L. held at Sample Monday. Shepard, presiding elder, was present. Rev. S K. Hunt preached the sermon. Mrs. Sallie. Moorman accompanied her daughter, Mrs. 15. J. Weber, of Louis ville, home Sunday. Mrs. Moorman will spend the remainder of the winter there. Harry Norton, Thos. Lyddan and Mike Lyddan shipped three car loads They struck a of stock Saturday. good market for hogs at $7. qO, but a poor one for cattle. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, leaves this week for Florida. Before returning home Miss Green and Mr Willis Green will visit their brother, Mr. Robert Green, in Texas. Mrs. Ada Mattingly, of Ft. Thomas, Mrs Maud Neuliu, of Oweusboro, and Mrs. Joe Sills, of Hnrdiusburg, recently visited their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs W. T, Mattingly, at Glen Dean. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and little sou, Author of Old Song Dead. James Franklin, ami father, Charles Mattingly, of this city, attended the UrldKOport, Conn. (Special): Arthur funeral of their brother and uncle, S. li. Wells French, aged seventy, former Mattingly, at Oweusboro Thursday. newspaper man ot this section, who Is claimed to have written tho words Engagement Announced. to "Silver Threads Aiiioiik tho Gold," Mr. nnd Mrs. David W. Fairlelgh, of died at his homo here. Louisville, have announced the engageMay Shut Down Sulphur Mines. ment ot their daughter, Miss Florence Home (S.ieclnl): Sicilian sulphur Allen Fairlelgh, to Mr. Frank Jermalne mine owners liavo threatened to cIoko Bury, of Detroit. works, It was stated here, down The marriage will take place nt the owing their to the scarcity and prohibitive home of the bride's parents on Brook prices ot coal. street, on tho evening of February 15. Only the immediate family ami the Dies Following Executions, most Intimate friends will be present. Ilalelgli. X. C. (Special): Warden Mr. and Mrs. Uury will leave imme- Sale, of the North Carolina penitendiately following the wedding for Fair- tiary here, died of apoplexy after he mont, W. Va., where they will make aad superintended the execution by eleotricHy ot two secroM. their home In s. FOIt HAI.E Two horse multone four years lilnek 1IW Unlit li.iv. j Inihds; llurton, hands htu'h; broke. Ileuuclmmp Kv. Mvulr. For Sale Fancy Quilt lined Foil SALE I'liney silkiiillt. worked,Ilerlha lli.Mied nleely. Price f 10. (Inenwell, Cloverpnrt. Kv. We have 13 choice 3 - vear - old mare mules we $ want to sell at once. If you will need a good team Ms this spring you will not have another opportunity !' like this. Terms to suit purchasers. K ! W. SSPK XVS R. MOORMAN & SON. A :H AX Tfifi jr,-- ' Glfin Dnan. Kv. & ' ttfr sfa S&l r&t vV5 vK Farm For Sale land DR. B. r?Olt SALK ISO iiern limes torn valleysehool Commercial Value of Religion. located 1 miles south of Kirk. i:ear HurSpecialist on ehurclies. Hood itraln. clover and and If von want to know the commercial ley land: well watered wltlisprlnv-s- ; RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION lohaeeo burn anil sleek hirns value of religion, look at Wilmoro, Jesone. dwellliu, 7 rooms and two tenant Iiuum s Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mail Also t'rlco low halt cash and lial meo on terms lo samine county. A few years It 4G2 5th St. Loulsvilee, Ky. suit purchaser. Kurtlier li foruistloii write J. .M. Crenshaw, llardlnshurK No. I, Ky, was merely a flie statlou of the South- Office Hours: 6 to 9 a, m, 12 to.2 and 6 to 9 p. m FOR SALE ern railroad. Now it is a full Hedged STOCK FARM MISSISSIPPI Some citv with over two thousand popula 2000 open. 3333 acres, about 30 tenant houses. In cultivation. tion. It was pure religion that made About 1000 acres bottom land, balanco The Methodist rolling to hilly, but practically all sub- the transformation. ject to cultivation. Grass grows in church established a school there and abundance on all this tract. About flvo ml' as from Itallroad. Watered by liv- supported it liberally both by money ing stream. In one of tho healthiest and what Is better than money, a good localities In the state. 1'rlco $15.00 per It sounds just right for ucro. For further Information regard- wholesome religious atmosphere. ing Mississippi and Tennessee land has lone been known as the city of the dinner today, doesn't it? write us, wo handle them. sanctified. Whether or not its in.ialn And if it is the right kind M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, Land Department, of a pork roast it will he COMPANY, tauts can reacli to that high estate, is REALTY BRAMSFORD just about right. If you Nashville, Tenn. not material. That they have practiced and taught the higher life is want one that has an appetizing flavor one that will known tu every one. Today as a result they be thoroughly enjoyed of that tenchlnir and practice, . order it at our market. have a flourishing school, well ground ed and likely to enduie for many a You get Honest Weight The school has just recently Ky. year Clovcrport. at Honest Prices. Telephone 56-- J bought additional lands which will be used in connection with the school and RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. an agricultural side of the school will To half pint of water add 1 oz. Vt.y be established. This will enable many Compound, Hum. tt wnall box ot llarbo a young man who Is ambitious to get a and ,4 oz. of utycerlno. Apply to tho li twice a week until It becomes tho Ucsliel finished education, to do so at a nomishade. Any druggist can put tills up or you can mix It nt homo at very llttlo i t. nal cost. 11 y his brawn he can cultiIrvington, Ky. Full directions for making nnd ue convate his brain. Other places might In each box of llarbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gruy emulate the example of Wilmore with profit to themselves. Harrodsburg hair, ahd removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh Democrat. our Want or For Sale not color the hair soft and Klossy. It will calp, la not sticky or greasy, una does not column for quick results. Column Read . rub off. T. RAFFERTY liaprove-menls-lar- ao Loin of Pork! IT Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist . Sipes' Meat Market, - -- Try the Want Gil A blockade must not exist the ports or coasts belonging to or GERMANY occupied by tho enemy. Article. 2. In accordance with declaration of Paris of ISM n blockade In order to be blndlntc must be effective that Is to say, It must ba maintained by force sufficient readily to prevent access to the enemy coast line Two Great Fleets Would Be Kiel Canal Enables Kaiser to Article 3. Tho question whether a block-rul- u Send His Navy to Either Necessary, One For the Is effective Is it question of fact. Article 4. A blockade Is not regarded ns Sea on a Few Hours' North Sea and Another raited If tho blockading force Is temporarily withdrawn on account of stress of Notice. For the Baltic. weather Article 5. A blockade must be applied impartially to tho ships of nil nations. Article . Tho commander of n blockadns laid down ing force may give permission to a warnental seashore line, so Indented ship to outer anil subsequently leave a crowded with Islands with bays and court nnd INTKIlXATIONAMnw blockaded port. that when their shore lines ore powers Article ".In circumstances of distress. added wo have liMKM) miles, fan acknowledged by an officer of n bloikad-- , n block-nd- o of the world provides that InK force, u neuiral vessel may emir a you hem In such a territory as that? In order to ho binding must be efplaco under tho blockade and subvuqurnt-- , You talk of putting a wall of lire ly lonvo It, provided sho has neither dls-- I It must be maintained by fective. S."0,000 square miles so sitaround charged nor shipped n cars'i there. force to prevent access to the uated. How absurd!" Artlclo S. A lilucknili In , order to be enemy coast line. accordance Yet It was done. Every month saw binding must9 bo declared In nccordunco and notified In with artlclo blockade of Germany tip It made tighter, according as the fedKiiKland's wltli articles 11 and IS. to tho present time has not been effec- eral government was nble to Increase Article . A declaration of blockade Is tive. Commerce has been golnc on be- tho number of vessels forming a great mado cither by the blockading power or acting hi Its by tho tween Germany's Bnllie ports and Swe- cordon. Hut up to tho very last the name. Itnaval authorities date when tho specifies (1) tho den. Now Great Britain proposes to blockade so Justly celebrated was bro- blockado begins, (2) tho RcoKrnphlcil llm-- 1 complete, effective ken again and again by the equally Its of the coast lino under blockade, 13) innlco the tho period within which neutral vessels recto patrol tho ISaltic with suillclent celebrated blockade runners. The may come out. ords state that the federal blockaders warships to prevent any neutral vessel Article 10. If tho operations of the blockbrought In during the war l.M!) prizes, ading power or of tho naval authority acteulerlni; or leaving a German port. steamships. There ing In Its namo do not tally with the parwere which Whether or not she can succeed In of were """ vessels burned, sunk, driven ticulars which. In accordance with article doing this Is merely u matter of opin- on shore or otherwise destroyed, mak- 9 (1) nnd (2), must l Inserted In tho declaration of n blockade, tho declaration ion, but there are many obstacles In ing a total of 1,501 vessels of all classIs void nnd a new declaration Is necessary tho way. First and of greatest Impor- es. Tho value of thoe vessels and In order to niako tho blockade op ratlvo tance there Is the Kiel canal. Ger- their cargoes, according to n low estiArtlclo 11. A declaration of blockade Is notified (1) to neutral powers by the blockmany has a licet hi this canal second mate, was ?3t.riO0,O00. To capture ading power by menus of a communication hi power to England's alone. It can them rs..M! miles of coast, with 200 addressed to tho governments direct or to miles through tho places where nnchor could be dropped their representatives accredited to It, (2) steam tho nIxty-oncanal and go from the North sen to the and cargoes loaded, had to be bottled to tho locnl nuthorltles by tho ofllctr commanding tho blnckndlns force. Tho local Baltic In n few hours, whereas It would up. authorities will In turn Inform tho forelsn take an KnglUh fleet a couple of days cotton consular ofTlccrs at tho port or on tho Hut what of tho value of the to cruise around tho northern shores of runners took from the coast lino under tho blockado ns soon as Denmark and go from one sea to tho tho blockade to tho English looms of possible. southern states The rules as to declaration Article other. Manchester and Lancashire up to the nnd notification of blockado apply to cases of a blockado Two Big Navies Needed. time they had to shut down? And of where the limits n blockado Is aro exor that In order the cargoes of "hardware." as the arms tended afterwhero been raised. Thus It Is readily having to establish an effective blockade tho and ammunition carried were Artlclo 13. The voluntary raising of n entente allies would bo compelled to ly called? Steam presses reduced tho blockade, ns also any restriction In tho 11 FACES Mi D1ULI Clearly tbo nations will lmvo to do some amending at the first big conference following tho close of tho conflict. L0DIBURG. Mr. and Mm. Dugan Sever went to Bowling Green Sunday to attend the YOU WILL LIVB LONOHR AND BE HAPPIER International Blockade Law. The articles follow: Artfclo 1. Elflll 10 til I "The Kind Mother User" mnr I mif-flcle- I ( blo.-kml- "h'vnrv tinin mother nets out Cain- there's crnincr to be DOod Will Macv returned List week i.fter things to eat at our house. Delicious ten-if- , tempting dougrirtts, biscuits, an extended visit to his uncle in Evans-villrakes and nies! I've never seen a hake- i.'j Calumst. Mothei We are gl.td t" see Charlie I'nyao out day failure irya it s the only JJikint; rowder tha' again after a severe spell of the grip. insures uniform results. Your corropondent had the pleasure Received Highest Award V taking dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sn y of V. AVw CilB)lfr Will Shelman Inst Thursday. Mr. Slid-ma- n hns his new residence completed, and Will Is now fixed to enjoy life. e. State Normal. Jubal Hardin and Miss Mary Robert son attended the examlnnt'on at last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. George Cox was In Louisville last week visiting relatives. If lake Ater, ol Irvlngton, visited Adam H.islum last week. Stonewall llrttshear, of Frymlre, was in Louisville last week. Mies Mary Robertson, of near Union Star, spent Inst Saturday with Mrs. A. M Hardin. K o'co Hendrv, mall ngent on the L., H.AiS'. I.., was at home Friday and If You'll Use Only BLUE RIBBON FLOUR For Baking Fine Biscuits, Plea, Cake and Delicate Pastries Manufactured by Cannelton Flour Mills Cnnnelton, Ind. L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire. Liirhtninsr'Tor- - I cTr7ooV 2 Mr, nnd Mrs. Remus Hasham, who have been In Illinois for the last year, have moved back on his farm near M j stlc. nadoand Windstorm, s Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Do You Find Fault With Every body? disposi An Irritable, tion Is often due to a disordered stomach. A man with good digestion A great many s always good natured. have been permanently benefited by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. Those tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform fault-finding f K e Henry Trent J.W.Trent P. t. Davis li Hardinsburg Livery fi ts functions naturally. everywhere. Obtainable t A ! 7. v HAWESVILLE. Livfirv., Ffifid anrl j "j? J y CHT.ANSAHp J SWEDEN j BALTIC Cheap and big canDaklngPowdersdo not cave you money. Calumet docs it'sPure end far superior to sour milk and soda. Sirs. G. G. Patterson delightfully en tertained the mission study class at her home Monday night. Miss Martini Ilaker entertained a few of her friends Wednesday evening at her home in Ilccchmoiit. After a few games was nt cards, a delightful luncheon served. Hon. and Mrs. La Vega Clements, of Owcnsboro, spent a few hours with friends here Monday. Mr. Frank C Malin, ot Owensboro, spent Saturday in the city, the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Nannie Sterrett and children have returned from a visit to relatives of Maceo. Mrs. Ella Sterrett and daughter, Mrs. Thomas Simuis, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Sterrett's mother and sister, Mrs. Sam Brown and daughter, Miss Ada. Mrs. Herman A. IHrkhead, of Owens-boro- , arrived Wednesday afternoon to be with her mother, Mrs. James Crockett, for the week-en- d Mr. John Waltz left on Wednesday morning for Evansville, where he will remain for an extended time. Mrs. J. A. Couty, of Owensboro, is at home witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Ilriedeubach, for a short visit. Miss Susie Gregory returned on Tuesday from Owensboro, where she had been on a visit to friends. Mrs. Edward Hinkle, of Cleveland, O., is expected to arrive soon to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Hinkle and her sister, Mrs. W. C. Kelly. Miss Jean Ryal, of St. Louis, is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. David Duncan, and other relatives here. Owensboro Messenger. dale Mame I Hardinsburg, : i! Ky. N Dr, Office P., P, Kuimecke Walls' Liiery'.Stable. RAYMOND. Proctor Knott spent Saturday with his uncle and aunt, Mi1, and Mrs. Frank Iiasham, near Lodiburg. K0NK3SBER5 Henry Cashman heard this week of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Wright, of Appleton Cltv, Mo., which occurred at her home the 21st. Mrs. Wright was a sister to the late Leonard KIE.U CANAL BERLIN C,V 61 MIUES LONG Cashman, of this place. RoscoeHendry was in Louisville part 1 SUV of last week. ENGLISH ' BELGIUM I Jess Cashman spent part of last week with his mother, Mrs. Leon Cashman, BALTIC PROBLEM AND THE DISTANCES MAP SHOWING ENGLAND'S WHICH MAKE IT DIFwho is very ill at the home of her son, FICULT TO ESTiBLISI-- I AIT ACTUAL BLOCKADE OF. GERMANY. M. D. Cashman, of Vanzant. James Rhodes and Henry Cashman have two lleets as strong or stronger cotton to tho smallest possible bulk, so limits of a blockade, must be notified In were in Hardinsburg Inst week on busi tho manner prescribed by article 11. than tho Oriuuii navy, one In the that the long, narrow blockade runners Article It. Tho liability of a neutral ves- uess. North tea and tho other In the Baltic. were able to carry from COU to l.'JOu sel to capture for breach of blockade U Geo. W. Ray left last week for a few vescontlnnent on her knowledge, actual or This, of course, in addition to the bales of 500 or GOO pounds each. Some- presumptive, of tho blockade. davs visit with his aunts, Mrs. Cash sels that are now being used In the times there were three tiers of bales on contrary. Failing proof to tho Article Mediterranean and other naval thea- tile upper decks. A clear prollt of $150.-00- KnowkdKO of tho blockade Is presumed If man, of Vaczant, and Mrs. Rhodes, of ters of war. way was not unusual. The the vessel left n neutral port subsequently Irvington, after which he will return to eacli blockade to thu powof Should L'ugland send tin Inferior tleet owners could afford to have a vessel to notification suchthe port belongs, provided his home in Colusa, 111., by way of Mis er to which to the Haltle, Uermaiiy in nil probabil- captured after one or two trips. It was that such notification was mado in suf- sottri, where heiwill spend a few days. ficient time. blockity would bend her ships out and get estimated that of the sixty-siMiss Myrtle Deacon, of Loditurg, a Article 10. some action. Should the North sea ado runners making regular trips dur- blockado port IT a novessel approaching or knowledge, actual has spent a few days with Mrs. C. L. Avitt squadron be weakened In order to es- ing the war forty were captured or de presumed, of tho blockade the notlllcatlon tablish the blockade the kaiser would stroyed, but only after they had made must be made to the vessel Itself by an last week. s olllcer of one of tho ships of the blockadprobably send his ships out past Hel- u number of successful voyuges. ing force. be This notification goland, an. I the naval action would Constipation. of them always broke the block- cm end In the ship's logbook shouldmust and geotake place where Creat Hritaln had ade. state tho day and the hour and the When costive or troubled with con graphical position of the vessel at the the .smaller lleet. Traveled Hundreds of Miles. time. If through the negligence of the stlpation take Chamberlain's Tablets, Hut It may be passible for the allies, The blockade runners cleared from ofllccr commanding the blockading force They are easy to take and most agreefor ltussla and France hao u good no declaration of blockado has been notimany llrst class ships nnd would lend ports In Great Hritaln under the Brit- - fied to the local authorities or if. In the able In effect. Obtainable everywhere valuable aid. It would take u navy Isli Hag. taking out a sailing captain to declaration, as notified, no period has been larger than any power in the world comply with the law. They steamed to mentioned within which neutral vessels may come out a noutral vessel coming out STEPHENSBORT. possesses to erect a barrier of warships Hermuda, .Nassau In the Bahamas. Haport must be allowed to along tho entire Gorman coast, and for vana and Mutamoras. From these Hrit- of tho blockaded pass free. Mrs. G. E. Shively returned Friday the blockade to be effective tills would lsli, Spanish and Mexican jwrts the Artlclo 17. Neutral vessels may not ba he necessary, rules It Is done It is cargoes were carried to Savannah. captured for breach of blockado except after a week's visit InlOwensboro. operations of tho warwithin tho area doubtful If the embargo would be rec- Charleston and Wilmington, on the ships detailed toofrender the blockado efG. A. Payne left for Cloverport Fri ognised by the neutral nations whose ' American coast, a distance varying ficient. day where he has a position in the rail from 500 to SO0 miles, according to commerce would bo affected. Article IS. The blockading forces must road shops. ports or Among the possible solutions of the points of departure and arrival. There not bar access to neutralmay be the coasts. ulterior Article 19. Whatever was no risk of moment until the three Miss Keel was called to her home in problems now under consideration by destination of a vessel or of her cargo she England !s a scheme whereby neutral mile off coast limit of the blockaded cannot be captured for breach of blockade Texas Sunday to attend the funeral of If at the moment she Is on her way to a her brother. governments would provide a navul ports was reached. nonblockadcd port. convoy through Hritlsli waters former-chan- t The Agreement of Today. Miss Georgia Robblns, of Sample, is Article 0. A vessel which has broken noncontra-bauvessels carrying a blockado outward or which has attempted The latter day agreement about to break blockado Inward is liable to the guest of Miss Myra Robblns. cargo, guaranteed as such by Is pursued ns Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Basham and the governments concerned. This, of blockades Is the gradual growth of capture the long as sheforce. If tho by a purblockading ship of course. Is only a partial solution, and the consensus of national opinion since suit bo abandoned or If the blockade be Mrs. Luther Dowell and daughter left the Napoleonic period. Paring 1S0C-the dlllieiilties of It are foreseen. raised her capturo can no longer be ef- Tuesday for Allxls, 111., their future Great Hritaln and the United States fected. home. both said at various times that a Article 21. A vessel found guilty of Blockades Always Important. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blaine left Satur blockade to be binding must bo ef- breach of blockade Is liable to condemnaHlockades have always formed one fective. Otherwise the blockade would tion. Tho cargo Is also condemned unless, day for New W ndsor, 111., where they ship-of the most Interesting features of lie merely a "paper bloi knde." This It Is proved that at tho tlmo of tho goods tho shipper neither will reside In the future. ment of wars. An effective blockade now ex- view of blockades gradually beenme knew nor tho have known of tho Intencould Mrs. W. J. Schopp left Monday for ists In the Mediterranean and no ship the accepted one, and at u congress of tion to break tho blockade. Louisville to spend several weeks can ruler r'onslunlluople The I'nlted natl n In Paris In P"i! all nations Stales established st nil maintained an their represented acqillrsied 111 COAL $40 A TON IN ITALY. Maeffective blockade at Havana and Make Your Own Healing ileilarntliin of I'arls held force Hut perhaps the most notable lurlii,' both the llrst nnd second Hague Only the Wealthy Can Afford a File, nila. Remedy at Home. blockade In all history was the action rmv 'inferences. Which Is a Luxury. After the second of thu federal government in establish- i oniVreiiir Grout Hritaln culled a speselling In Italy at more Anthracite ts ing u b'.cl..ide of the '.'mi ports In the 'inference "f maritime powers. than $10 a ton at the present time, Buy a 50c bottle of Farris Healing Confederacy's territory during our civil i. l u'u r sitting from Uec. I. 1P0S. to although considerable shipments of Remedy, add to It a pint of Linseed governing blockades war. The rules l'!. 1!0!. they adopted a code of American coal lie unsold In the coal Oil to make a heallug oil, or add vase today were coinpiled largely from tho im nt.v "lie articles governing blockade, pockets at the seaports. Only the to make an ointment. You will precedents established at that time. 'paiiilrd from the long ncknowledged wealthiest people have been able to af- line then have sixteen ounces.of the Heal tin sixties It was deemed Impos- 'ui.'lnii'cutnls. ford coal fires. In The poorer classes consider tire n ing Remedy for harness and saddle sible to carry out such a mammoth arHill In none of these twenty-on- e or bottling scheme, hut It was done. How ticles there provision mndo for deal- luxury and only occasionally nro able gall, barbed wire cuts, scratches, gigantic a task-- It was may be gathered ing with a blockade maintained with to get enough wood to Indulge In a any hurt or sore where the skin is from an extract of a speech mado by submarine torpedoes and lloatlng blaze. A blrdseyo view of any Italian broken. Positively guaranteed the city at present shows only u few scatSenator. .lauies II, Hammond of South miner best madei Make It at home. By so 'or does the adopted code Carolina at that time: the segregation of n war zone tering wisps of smoke, mostly from doing you have $3.00 worth for 50c. "We hnvo II.OOO miles of coiitl- - mi the open sea or the high seas. locomotives, n few factories nnd hotels. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. Veterinary Surgeon Trent Prepared to Treat all Animal'Diseases Special Attention! Given lo Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M.;D. Hardinsburg, Ky. r ... j GR MANY 1 M, E. CHURCH, SoutbJU SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens nt 9:30 a m. each Sunday. All visitors nnd strangers are ally invited to attend.! M. D. DEARD, cordi- Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary Two-third- HIGHEST FRICES PAID Reml'tance Mailed on Day Shipment U Received No Commission Shipping Tags to Pay i Write for Price Lilt and For any Itching skin trouble, piles, eczema salt rheum, hives, itch, scald head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Olnt ment is highly recommended. 50c a box at all stores. M. Sabel & Sons Incorporated EiUMiilud 1856 LOUtSVZLIX, i:y. J Easter Late This Year. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-Law d 7 - I !: Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Easter conies later this year than it Prepared and ago when it fell Deeds, Contracts, Etc., has since eleven years acknowledged. on April 23, the date of the eud of lent Kentucky this Year. Easter will not come as late Cloverport, as April 23, again until IO43, when it Real Winter in Kansas. will be two days later, April 2s. Iu 1886 Easter Sunday fell on April Dear Mr, Bahbage: Please find en25, the latest dale for Easter from 1801 closed check for one dollar to renew my until 2000. In the year 2000 Easter subscription to The Ilreckeuridge News. Sunday will be as late as April 23 We have to have the paper if it means go Bslng late this year, coming on April without shoes. 23. Easter Sunday will be nineteen days We are having some real winter in later than last year. It will be fifteen Kansas, lightning nud thunder like sumdays earlier next year. Generally mer time, witli mercury registering Easier marks the opening of spring and twenty degrees above zero, and the Is the time for donning spring nttire, ground covered with hail and sleet but on account of its lateness this year Wishing The Hreckenridge News n spring will almost be over by the time prosperous year, I remain, Easter arrives, and this great religious A. I. toward, holiday will almost mark the beginning Sylvia, Kans. of early summer. Poisons Retained in the body causes rheuma tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, Number 40 For The blood poison. Blood expels poisons, from the body and cures blood poison In its worst form, Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. . Notice Readers and Writers V To he certain that any happening of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be elven account in the Breckenrldge News, kindly write and mall to us at once, Get every item you can to, us by Saturday. JOHN IX BABBAQE. Kincheloe, $500 of Madlsonvllle, nllowcd fits your taste! Prince Albert for tho relief of the Ohio Itlver flood sufferers. Of this nmount $300 wns sent to Murray, .Iel.can County and $200 to Ashbyburg, Hopkins County, lit some places on the hills flood sufferers have camped with very scanty food and protection. After being confined In the Win1912, chester Jail since October, "Uncle Flctch" Denton wns taken to the Frankfort Reformatory as a life prisoner, and Is tho last chapter of one of tho most famous feud trials In the history of the Slnte. Ho has been In bad health for several months, and It Is feared thnt hM long confinement has nqprnvntod an old trouble In hN stomach, which may be rancor. Claiming thnt John Fitch wns tho Inventor ot the stoRtnbnat, the contrn-versbetween his nnino and that of Robert Fulton will lie settled If thf bill of Representative Johnson jmsjo' Conprofs. The bill npnroprlntes tn rrnrt a motiurrpft at Ilmlitown nl the irave of John Fltrh. Vr John-orliilms thnt Fltrh Invrf'd a cp'ti-t.- i In nit which 'vn ii'finv yam bfnrt ';obrt Fulton In.'nt I hli steirtit'Oflt , Mra J M I'nnr Crutch MO.-00-i Ail't-rinnj i TO SUBSCRIBERS y c Kindly this blank in lcncwinir votirj! subscription. Plcn.se oxHininc the label on your pupcr.If yonisuhscription i I.'J:... !. urn-- , il...- r.uiiiir win ii iu eciitu; iiiviiieni. m J.. i inti-- Meets the fondest wishes of any man who likes to smoke because it has the right flavor and aroma and coolness. It's the most cheerful tobacco you ever did pack in a jimmy pipe or roll into a cigarette. And it's so R. J. hynuldi Tobacco Co good you just feel you never can get enough. The fixes RENEWAL ORDER TIIK MU'X'KKXUIDGB NKWS, Clovkiiimut, Kticlo-rd Kv. tind $ . , which npply to my sub scription iii'i'otint. Xamk Ai)i)i!i:.s pat-ent- ed NWCWOVViVWWf JSSsVKVv. WAV0SSi3K?' "'vicCvSK AXwto11.."CW W cuts out bite and parch! process that and "J shape r of ehanuii ttio brandl unwUMo Imitate the Prince Albtrl lidr '" vwXSSt-sS- Imitato Iho flavor of Prlnco Albert tobacco I Trio patented I When you fire up your first smoke you'll decide that you never did taste tobacco that hits your fancy like - rtli cavpd !n arnt'i.1 iho fMterr hu uril i? wns thrown In'o it. bard could not pvt'l hcr'nlonc and cat''1 i; some !ipghfoifi. Th.- e r'.l. crumbled acaln and the whoir Tho water was tv.t t fell lit. enough to drown them, and tK' all safoly reecurd Mrs. Athertr: unconscious, bavlnr stnld in the water rn tb'M li. In drnwl!R a bucket of witrr, i'r ; - nr, i' f .ong-i- r thait the others. t the national joy smoke For it exceeds in goodness and satisfaction the kindest word we ever printed about it! Men, we tell you this tobacco will be a revelation to you. So, take this information at 100, get out the old jimmy pipe from its hiding place or locate the makin's papers How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Cold. time niro 1 had a very b.id couch" writes Lew s T. Davis, HlncU- water, Dei. "My brother, McC;ihe D.ivls, nave ma a small bottle of Cham After tak lie'rlani's Couch Remedy. mu this I bouclit ha'f ;i dozen buttles of it but i.nly used one of them as the I have not been 'couch left me troubled since " Obtains bio every-nherSome a-- .d j I AH and fall-t-o I Your wishes will be gratified at the nearest store that sells tobacco, for Prince Albert la in universal demand. It can be bought all over the states and all over the world! Toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome pound and d tin humidors and that top that fine pound crystal-glas- s humidor with keeps the tobacco In such excellent trim. half-pounsponge-moistener lienl'li rommffwlonor to become for the United States public health srvlro at Washington. Dorothy Trond, of Plttshurs. nge sixteen, IniiRhrd so bard at a Joke she dislocated br law. When It was replaced she Ian 'bed so hard over the Incident she dislocated hr law again. Special correspondent with the Ford peace trip tells real truth of tour, do- elarlne; thnt the newspaper men drank wine and Umpired with the mummer at tile delegates, who realy got nowhere at all. Yuma, Ariz.. Is Hooded by the breaking of n dam oi Mie Colorado river and business bonnes are inundated to of depth of four fer-t- , the mayor dyln-jof henrt attack when the water rushed Into the city. Among tho titles of tho sultan of Turkey are sultan of sultnnsi k!n; of kings bestower of crowns upon the princes of tho world, emperor and sovereign of the two seas and shadow of God upon tho earth. It is estimated that the annual loss to agriculture In this country from the depredations of Insects and lodent? ; Commercial Supplies For the Business Man at This Office. Standard series duplicate order books witli curium jKipcr 150 leaves Price 2oc Receipt books, large size, loo leaves price 25c: small size 10c; 50 leaves Price 5c j i I'romisory leaves; price, per book High-grade' Notes, 50 25 Cents Deed Covers Send jour deeds to us to be covered two covers witli staples for , l t 5 Cents Deeds, 3 for 10c Real Kstate and Chattel Mortgages, . two for ' alone C" Is $10.000,000,000 R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C. BRIEF DISPATCHES KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK resignations, revolting "against work taken from tho orderlies. Jas. Clegg, ot Louisville, 27, was knocked down and seriously hurt by the automobile of rA. G. Stone, of Fairfield. FOR BUSY READERS Springfield opens a now city library. Jim Parker, colored, ot Georgetown, "was frozen to death while In bed. One hundred live skunks were stolen from a fur farm near Louisville. A movement Is on foot to establish creamery plant In Hopklnsvllle. VJ.ouIsvIlIo will be Included In tho President's Western Itinerary. Smallpox Is prevalent In the vicinity of the headwaters of tho Cumberland border. lllver near tho Letcher-HarlaThos. S. Uliea, former State Treasurer, and Miss Lillian Clark' wero married at Hussellvllle. Tho average cost of educating a boy in the Louisville public schools Is J3I5S.20, and of a girl .$528.04. Plans aro being mado to operate a municipal light plant In connection with waterworks at Murray. Eight negroes wero nearly suffocated In tho jail at Eminence, when a C V. Ulackburn, of Mt. Morlah, pro Btraw mattress In the collroom burned. Senator J. C. W. Beckham recom- tliiM'd 7,170 pounds of honey last seamends for appointment J. Walter son S.1CG pounds clover honey and 1,010 pounds aster honey, receiving Payne as Postmaster at Paris. The Georgetown Postofllco moved to around 10 cents per lb. A strange woman landing In HenderUs' new $90,000 Government building son "athered up $500 worth of hair last week. from ladies of that town, saying she Steps are being taken to spend to remodel the old City Hall at wou'd make them braids and return for 31.00, but left with the hair. Owensboro. T!:o Central Kentucky Hospital will Judge Jas. M. Lang, Paducah, will try spanking plan for unruly children soon bo unablo to rcceivo additional patients, as thoro aro now 1.C75 paInstead of tho State Reform School. maxiSchool in tho Crittenden neighbor tients In tho Institution and the closed on mum capacity Is 1,700. hood, near Wllliatnstown, fhas. J. Wllhelm, aged 5, was account of measles. to death beneath tho woight Tho Republican Fourth Congres- erm-hesional District Committee met In of tho safety gato of tho south side ot tho Government bridge across the Ellzabethtown last week. large crop of homp grown In caiial at Louisville. The Peter Campbell, a leader in local Garrard County is ready for tho mar-koand Tho growers aro being offered and Stato union labor circles, shot killed Fred Ewald during a meeting 10 cents per pound. AsTho Norfolk & Western Railroad Is of tho United Trades and Labor planning a lino from Honaker, Va., sembly at Louisville. I'.lshop Walker Is suing Constable Into tho Elkhorn coal fields of KenHor-chMitchell and his sureties, tucky. .Mitchell, Herschol Thomas, aged 13, Is under W. 11. Mitchell and Eugeno damages, for arrest at Franklin for shooting his Bov.llng Green, arrost. $1,000 sister, aged 1C. The shooting is said charging false Mrs. Ellsha Wilson, aged 84, was to havo been accidental, Mrs. Martha Gardner, ngod 79, of burned to death at tho homo of her Whlto Hun. was fatally burned when daughter at Colmar, a mining camp hor clothing caught liru from an open near PInovlllo. grato. The Woman's Commlttco ot tho A stork visits woman marooned In Lexington Oneida Club sunt 2S gunny-sackof clothing by parcel post to shack with eight other families In Walnut bottoms, on tho Ohio Rlvur, tho boys of Oneida Institute, who wero near Henderson. burned out of tholr dormitory by a Mrs. Peyton KIncholoo. Sorgho, Just recent flro. dress, worth $400, finished a polnt-lacTho Religious Conference of tho for a Chicago firm. It required one Oldor Boys ot Wostorn Kentucky, unyear to mako tho dross. der tho auspices of tho Y. M. C. A., Senator Jas. E. Stewart, ot Clear- - with tho of tho churches, Cold, Rowan pounty, representing tho will hold a threo days' sosslou In District in tho Kentucky Madlsonvllle beginning February 25. Thirty-fiftSenate, died at his home. Honry Whltt, tho Mrs. Julius Matus, aged 32, shot hor-el- f child who accidentally shot himself Coppor-mlth- " while playing "Tho Jolly In the head while playing with a rifle on tho phonograph. Her husat his home in Cannol City, Is expected Is a coppersmith. band to die, tho bullet having lodged in tho of the twelve Internes of the brain too far back for medical aid. Nino Cliy.llospltal. Louisville, sent In their n . $25,-000 t. el ii h threo-yoar-ol- d Joseph Ely has been recommended for appointment of Postmaster at Benton, Marshall County, by Representative Barkley. A wood silo crusade will be mado of Kentucky according to plans of the Kentucky Retail Lumber Dealers' Association, which held their convention In Louisville last week. A fish hatchery will bo established by the Federal Government at Roonn-vllle- , Kentucky, If tho bill for $25,000 Introduced by Representative Langlcy passes Congress. Domestic Science will bo taught In the Madlsonvllle High School, and MIfs Jessie Alter, graduate of State College of Lexington and Indiana will have charge of tho work. To determine whether or not Fred Kerry and wife, of Lexington, died of burning gas fumes, Coroner Hand will try It on some dogs In tho same room under same conditions. Tho Kentucky Veneer Company, pi Louisville, has closed a deal for sev. oral thousand acres of virgin timber. In the vicinity ot Ulvah, near Whites-bun- ; Luther Rice, who resides on tho Clintonville Pike, near Paris, was driving cattle, and in cracking a black-snak- e whip was struck In the eyo with the end of tho whip, tho eyeball bursting and sight destroyed. Threo dwellings wero unroofed, barns were demolished ar.d fences .and trees blown down In a wind and lain storm which visited Louisville and tho eastern part of Jolferson County. A levee In front of Unlontown, on tho Ohio river, to protect tho city against further Hoods will bo built if the bill ot Representative Kincheloe providing an appropriation of $50,000 passes Congress. ShanUlin Piper, of Owlngsvllle, having cleaned his glove." wlt'.i gasoline, and believing they wore dry, put them on, and struck a match to light a cigar, when they Ignited. His hands may have to be amputated. Joe H. Lindsay, representing a number of Clark County farmers, of fold the product of 5G0 perns of hemp to E. F. Spears & Sons, of Paris, for about $70,000, the largest hemp deal to be consummated in thnt section for many years. Lack of faith In banks caused Joo J. Miller, a wealthy stock dealer, Ashland, to plnco $775 In an old tea kettio and hide It in a shanty on his farm. It was taken, and Everett Urannnm ' and D. R. Richie were arrested on susr, j picion. PInovlllo suffers fire loss of $20,000 when the L. & N. freight depot, a res-- ' taurant, roomlm; houso anil black-smith shop Is destroyed by fire which originated in the restaurant. This Is the second time tho L. & N. have sustained the loss of n freight depot' in PInovlllo durliii: the past ton years." Claiming thnt tho affections of her. husband, E. C. Eubank, was alienated,' Mrs. I'annlo I), Eubank has filed suit against her cousin. Miss Terah Moore,! for $20,000 dnmaces. Both ore real-Miss Mooro, dents ot Lexington. claiming that there Is no ground for! the suit anil thnt sho Is not even on speaking terms with Eubank. Edward Noland, who was recently awarded $11,000 damages sustained in n railroad accident, wns robbed of nlmost tho cntlro amount at his homo near Eubanks. Noland had just collected tho money, and after paying his attorney had taken It homo with him and placed it under his pillow. He and Ills family wore chloroformed whllo asleep and the money taken. Applo growers of tho county of Henderson havo signed up 5,000 barrels of apples to tho Anerlcau Fruit of Chicago. As soon as .1,000 more barrels nro secured tho oxchaugo will handle tho sales for tho County 1 1 ' Brooklyn. N. Y.. In 191C has fewer saloons than In 1915. Switzerland now owns tho St. Gothard tunnel and railway. Women aro engaged to patrol tho army camps in England. Ilenefactlons In 191." in tho Fnited States totaled moro than $300,000,000. The orango tree is the only tree which bears fruit and blossoms at the same time. The United States in 1915 had sixty-ninlynching, an Increase of seventeen over 1914. California In 1915 produced S9.000,-00barrels of oil, and Oklahoma produced S0.000.000 barrels. Tho death rate In the United Stntos for 1914 was 13.fi a 1,000, the lowest over recorded In this country. There are about .S5.000.000 German speaking peoplo In the world and about 82.000,000 speaking Spanish. Italy prohibits mills producing wheat flour for bread in which less than SO per cent, of the wheat Is used. Moro than half of tho3o who, from ono cause or nnother, perished In the France-Prussi- a war wero not belligerents, Argentina requires Imported potatoes to bo accompanied by certificates showing that they wero grown on sanitary soil. Aneniono is meant for "windllower," as it Is so delicately poised that It sways with tho slightest motion of tho atmosphere. In Sumatra the horn of tho is esteemed ns a cure for and for that reason Is made Into drinking cups. The waste occasioned by clons rubbing together Is said to cost the world a ton and a quarter of gold and elghty-olqh- t tons of silver annually. A $5,000,000 contract has ben e 0 rhln-ocoro- s pol-no- month for every man, child in the United States. Government scientists In tho Philipv pines are Investigating tho properties of nn oil bearing nut which grows ISO prolifically and from which tho na- about woman $1 a and 5 Cents lin- Pension Certificates, three for 10 Cents 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, en, legal sie, price tives extracted an illiimlnaut before tho introduction of kerosene. Chicago's railroads hnvo spent a railway Jnurnnl says. In eliminating grade crossings. Accidents have largely dlmmiulshed as a result. At the same tlmo street accidents duo to ehicle3 have largely Increased. On a certain boulevard, it is stated, there is only ono crossing in three miles whete the pedestraln Is protected from the continuous traffic. The Cuban .Maine memorial commission lias called for International designs and bids for tho Maine memorial to be erected by the government ot Cuba. The site chosen for the memorial Is the Calzada do Vedndo, In Havanna, a wide avenue running along tho seashore from the Mnleson, upjKislte the famous Morro castle, to n V'edmio, Havana's aristocratic district. sub-irba- 5 Cents Printed Stationery including Statements and Sale Hooks. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, .script, price $1.25 100 for Printing new cards from old plate, $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. Special Offer! DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD No. 40 for the Blood Expels scioluious humor. fri m tile !, which causes constipation, miliaria, rhtumuti.'-mnuts, ulctrs, t'c. Ort it at VMlHnR' Drug slnre mm a giihiHiilet to sutlsl j . b. , pirn-(iii-- Operats For Trachoma. Henderson, Ky. (Special): Thirteen liool piiuils affected with tiachoma wero operated upon at the city hos-Itby local physicians. There aro tfhtv-oncasrr anioni; the school hlldren In the city, mid a large of them will undergo opera-'ons- . y - AND THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS mail lor One Year at Special price of By Tho oxchango has closed a contract that It will dlsposo of 8,000 barrels boforo March 1 at top market prices. Between 300 and 400 miners havo nrrlved In Whltosburg over tho Louisville & Nashvlllo and tho Baltlmoro & Ohio Railroads in tho coal fields from Association at 30 cents per barrel. points In East Tennessee and North Carolina. Tho men will be employed In tho mines of tho Consolidation Coal Company and tho Elkhorn Mining Cor-- j porauon. Tho American Red Cross Society, granting a request ot Congressman "Punch Ooardi" Onrred. Ky. (Sncclal): "Punch Newport. island. aids" used In saloona and cigar Norway will build a canal, nlno ores an games of chnnco wero miles of which will he throimh a ns I'nmbllnt devices and tunnel, to open to navigation a lake couthcatcd by Chief of Police sepeated .from the sea by a mounShort. tain ridge. There Is scarcity of glass bottle DROWNED abroad, owing to the destruction of LYCEUM SINGER some of the great glass manufacturing centers ot France and Belgium Captain Wilbur S. Starr Perishes While Fording Flooded Creek. in the war. Chester Hill. O. (Special): Captain Two million mllos of dirt loads forty-two- , Lyceum have boon built in the United States Wilbur S. Starr, whoso homo was In Green-nstlo- , Tho total length of public r lads of ali lnd., was drowned nt Stockkinds In this country Is estimated at port, whllo attempting to ford Wolf 2.230.000 miles. creok, which had been awollen by tho Two EnglUh scientists, who aro ex- recent heavy rains. perimenting, expect to solve the pro Starr and wife woro occupants of a blein ot producing eleetrlclt direct!" stirry driven by Chester Holes, twenfiom coal without using a tt'iatr. en- ty, of Chester 1111. O. Tho surrey gine and dynamo. overturned in midstream. Stnrr and It has been estimated by the United Holes wero drowned, but Mrs. Stnrr States geological survey that Nor'h was rescued, Starr was on his way Dakota contains 097,000,000,000 short to Chester Hill to fill an engagement. tons of llgnlto In beds moro than Besides the widow Starr Is surthree feet thick. vived by his mother, Mrs. Sophronla Tho Central Northern railway of" Starr, and a bister, Mrs. Frank Don-noArgentina has been authorlized by both of Grecnenstle. Tho Starrs the Argentine government to extend havo been well known for years as singers. Their last appearanco at its tracks northward as far as tho ntine-Bolivian Greencastle was at a Christmas confrontier. cert given there. Dr. Allen W. Freeman, of Richmond. Va.,. has resigned as assistant state con-true1 r, Arge- placed in New Zealand by Great for cheese for tho army. This Is n fifth of the cheese product of tlte Ilrl-tla- U'est Point. Ky. (Serial): Whllo ho dairy barn of Hugh De'VItt was irnlm? nnd all the eel- hbors had 'eked to the fire, thieves s'o'o two : i mules from the barn o'' Dr. J. D. -- wltt, whoro sixty hend wore bolng by Mantel and IlrMidenbiirg. - Thievei Work D r'ng Fire. uOiUU ftQ nn ICentitfky'.s greatest tutwspiipor delivered at your homo ench (Jay ineliidinj: your home paper, lut tho prion of .fl.Oo This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, 1916 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. Famous Breeder. Mr. Charles b'ord, of Mortoiuvllle, Kentucky, has Invested in lands and buildings at Van Horn, Ala., f35,000. He is a famous breedrr of Tninworth Iioks, and, it is said, has been awarded more premiums than any other hot; breeder iu the Utiited States. At the present time he has on his farm 1100 head of registered hogs, K) head of fine cattle and 15 horses and mules He makes about three shipments of fancy hogs per week to various portions of the United States. Farmers Home Journal. Subscribe Today Subscribe To-da- y, IOC m Alexander's This is a 10 bonifide sale for the purpose of making room for our, mammoth Spring stock. Now is the time to get bargains. POSITIVELY ONLY LASTS 10 DAYS! SALE STARTS FEBRUARY 2nd. Everybody come to our Big February Clearance. Sale. (What is it?) For Ten Days .... $12.50 Suits $10.00 Suits Blue Serge Suits worth $10.00 Boys' Suits worth $5.00 at Boys' Suits worth $4.00 at- -. 200 pairs Boys' odd Pants worth $1.25, $1.00, sale price $1.15, 75c $5.00 odd Pants at $4.00 odd Pants at Day Clothing Sale $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 FOR MEN'S You can buy an elegant, splendidly fitting and exceptionally serviceable suit for men in all walks of life for only a minor sum in cost, it cost so little that you will hardly realize that you have paid anything. $17.50 and $15.00 Suits . $9.50 $7.98 $6.98 $3.50 $2.50 $1.50, $1.00, $3.50 $2.98 odd odd odd odd Pants Pants Pants Pants at at at at . . . . .. ... . $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 Ladies' Coat Suits Worth $15.00 and $12.50 go at ... $7.98 Men's Odd Coats $2.75 Coats worth $3.50 at $2.25 Coats worth $3.00 at .. Good Jeans Coats worth $2.50 at.. $1.98 .. LADIES' .COATS HALF PRICE Ladies' Skirts Ladies' Skirts worth $4.00 at $1.98 . $12.50 quality; a shoe lasts; regular high-grad- e hO i QO wears and keeps right on wearing: marked JJmvU to clearing sale prices of qi OllOcS shoes of finest est u'e:irni TOT Man leather, made upon modern IflcM 1 Qhnoe Inn DUyb Strongly made to withstand Rnvc hard usage; fine appearance Rubbers for Men that and every pair a great bargain at our sale eet prices of . . $2.25 selling at this sale down to as low as Sfr JS ' Remember the White Sale comes off this month and there will be nothing offered but White Goods. the ad. HARDINSBURG. VINE GROVE Watch for Miss Mayverine Worth and Mr. John "Friendship Is like the sun's eternal rays; Rogers were quietly married here last Not dally benefits exhaust the llarae; Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. G It still is giving, and still burns the F. Cundiff. same." Thirtv-seve- n hogsheads of tobacco The entertainment at the City Hall were shipped from this point during the Tuesday night, February 8, promises to past week, the total weight of which be a very delightful one as everybody was '14,100 pounds. enjoys children, and none of us have The Farmers Club will hold an all outgrown our love for Mother (Joose day meeting next Saturday, beginning rhymes and songs. at 0 o'clock at the opera house, and graduation ex- everyone who is interested are cordially Twenty-on- e took the amination here last Friday and Satur- invited to attend. Mrs. Anna Spauldlng, aged seventy-thre- e day. Tne following schools were repyears, died last Thursday at the resented: Spires, McQuady, Walnut Grove, IIarned, Poplar Grove, Con- home of her sonin law, Jesse McCrjck-en- , following a long illness of cancer. stantino, Glen Dean, Kirk and Hardins-burShe is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Alice Wright, of Owensboro, and Mrs. Miss Monica Teaff, of Little Rock, McCracken, of Woodland; two Ark., is the guest of relatives in and Jesse sons, Victor Spauldlng. of Uniontown, near town. Ky., and Geo. Spauldlng Sentinel. Miss Ada Muttlngly, of Fort Thomas, Is visiting her sister nere and relatives in Glen Deau. Mesdames Harrison and Ova Gray, of Garfield, were here shopping Friday. A Record Breaking Sale ...Was Made at the... Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco . Warehouse Last Friday t More than 1 40.000 Pounds is growing in Sold at Prices Way Above any Previous Sales T0BINSP0RT. d latter's aunt. relatives here. Mrs. Dick 1'arrish and son, of CloverMrs. Nannie Hook has purchased of port, were visiting relatives here the latG. V. Evans his residence on Fourth ter pait of the week. street. David Groves, of Rome, was the guest Miss Ros.i Rhodes died Sundav night of his aunt, Mrs. Q Groves, and her near town of pneumonia. children Friday and Saturday. at her home She was buried in St, Romauld'.s cemeWm Kinder anil fami.y have moved tery Tues'l.ij . to Cloverport, where he and his two sons Mrs. Divid I'enick, of Custer, has le hae woiU in the button factory. turned 10 her home after being here to Israel Holder, of Cloverport, was over hold the graduation examination. last week and purchased a co and calf Mrs. I.i.ke 11. Reeves has gone to from Mrs Tom Weatherho t; the price Elktou to be the guest of relatives t was 5i. Misses Jocie Alexander, Leah Gray Mrs. J, C. IJsarey was called to Tell and Lillian Ma, of Harried, were Hie City Sunday to the bedside of her son-i- u guestsduring the graduation examinalaw, Lewis Simons, whose leg was tion of M'ss Maud Smith. broken at the Woolen Mills John I). llabnage, of Cloverport, uas Announcement cards have been reIn town Monday. ceived by relatives of Mr. and Mrs The .spelling match last Friday even David Cockrel, of CofTcyville, Kans , of Itlg iu the High School chapel between the arrival January lf of a little daughthe High School pupils and the town ter iu their home Congratulations. was greeted by a large audience iu spite Rev. T. L. Jones, pastor of the lliptist of the inclement weather. The town church, is convalescent fiom his recent won. Miss Judith Wutliugton was the illness of pneumonia. Hev. Jackson, of last oue of the school to miss a ward. the Louisville llaptist Seminary, occuMrs. Alec Dent and MissElizi Miller pied the pulpit hcic on regular church CauuclUm Enquirer days did not miss a word will Miss Jessie L. Hudson's pupils Move to Illinois. give a recital in ths school ch.ipel Fri.Mr. and Mrs Tnos. L. Maine, nt day evening. near Stephenspurt, Icit Satuulay for 1'. Ilaswell, Jr., of Louisville, John .Niw Windsor LI., their future come. was in town last week. Tney have u good home on Tliomus Miss Lily. in Hoard has returned home Young's farm with everything furnished from Louisvlllu. even cows and feed for chickens. Mr. MUs Annie L. Wliitworth, who is at and Mrs. Maine's sou, Allic, has been tending school iu Lexington, spent the with Mr. Young for two jear.s. Mr. week ond at li'inio with her parents, and Mis Bljit.e nuve many friends who Mr. uiid Mis. J. Whit worth. wish them gouit luck and a long lile in Mrs T. S. Williams will be hostess to their new home the Sans Souci Club Friday afternoon. Mrs. 15. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, Aged Man Dies. was Mrs. I'aul Comptoii'.s guest last John J. Carder, a former prominent Friday. ciliteu of Hawesville, died Saturday at Weston Massey, of Louisville, called the home of his son, Jiulson Carder, at on the merchants Thursday. Dawson Springs, Mr Carder died of The following country men were seen old age, having reached the age of 97 by the correspondent In town on bind years. He is survived by one son,' Jud-soCarder. Dr. John Meador, nets last week: The remains were taken to Hawesville Custer; 15. H. Glasscock, Locust Hill; Everett Lewis, McQucdy; Thos Shee-rau- , Sunday and the funeral services were conducted at the llaptist church by the D. C. Moorman, Walter Moorman Iev. V. M. Couch, of this city. Glen Dean; John Cook, Irvlngton. u Orville Leaf and sister, Miss Ella, week-enHt home from their 1'oole entertained last Miss Shellie schools. Thursday night in honor of Dr. Joe The Women's Auxiliary met Wednes-- ' Norman, of Chicago day afternoon with Mrs, Hugh Weather-hol- t. Mrs. Taylor Mattingly, of Kirk, has returned to her home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs J. H. McKinney were in Mrs. John Elder. Cloverport to attend the funeral of the Dee McKill, of Louisville, is visiting spent the j popularity and. is gaining the good will of to bacco growers at every sale. Farmers are beginning to appreciate our efforts in making for them a good market for their tobacco. New buyers are visiting our market every week and they are finding out that we have a splendid type of tobacco suitable to their wants. :: g E. O. Frank made the sale on dark tobacco lat week, selling two baskets at $15.00, one at $10.00, one at $8.00, one at $7.10 and one at $3.30. His average was above. $10.00. Other sales were $13.70, $13.00, $11.90, $10.00, $8.00, $7.50, $7.00 showing that good prices pre- Our house record-breakin- vailed for nearly every crop. We are expecting another good sale next 1 Friday, February 4th So bring us your tobacco and we'll do our level best to make it bring it's Si i worth. Good Treatment, Good Light, Prompt Remittances is our motto. I Breckenridge vy, Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware House Co. ! Hardinsburg, Kentucky M Mat-too- ' Mrs. Ed Austin and children, of III., ure guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sudemvnter. Mrs. Addle Brown has returned from Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean, has been the guest of Mt. R, A. Louisville. Mr. McCov, of. Union Star, is the Crlder. E. 15. Hardawav, of Louisville,' was guest of Mrs. Julius Slppel in town Friday. Misses ''Mary Alexander, Gitedrv Urtmletle, Messrs. Hubert Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. Chris McGhee, of Brandenburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. H. George Huff were dinner guests of Mr, McG.nee last week. and Mis. J. 11. Hottell Sunday A business meeting of the W. F. M. Conductor A. T. Adkins is spending S. will be held at the Methodist parson-ag- o several davs with his family. the first Tuesday Hfter the first Joe I'iggott is visiting his parents, Sunday, The nickels which were disMr. and Mrs. W. J. I'iggott. tributed last year will be due. IRVINGT0N Miss Maggie Handy expects to go to Florida pome time this week. Miss Ora Hendricks spent the week end at Webster. Messrs. und Mesdames Robert Hell and Tom I'arks will leave for Kedfield, Iowa, in the neur luture Miss Makes Trip in Canoe. Custei, M'hmd. J. B. filwood Lloyd, of Maysville, New York, stopped here Weduesdiy on his way to the Gulf of Mexico. He Is making a voyage '.from Lake Erie to Lake Chautauqua and wi.l traverse the waters connecting with the Gulf Katie Cnitwood is home from of Mexico He is making the trip in a where she has b?en teaching canae. A letter of greeting from the town of Maysville Is left at each place Whelan and family have moved where Mr. Lloyd stops. to Concordia., - For That Cough. Hal-sai- Married irtCannelton. v Miss Anna Belle Kauisay ajd Julius "I'enslar White l'lne and Spruce were medicine that stands Ha'rrel. both of' Stephensport, is the cough J. K. Bramlette has a bid on the Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henry, of Chat married in Cannelton Saturday. The Baptist church at Brandenburg which Is in a class by itself. 23c at Wedding's tanooga, Teun , are vMting relatives ceremony was performed by A. Dolln. Drug Store. to be erected soon. In this community. Newsom Inst week. Gardner was In Evansville Mr. and Mr?. Morton Penick and son, Charles Edward, spent Sunday In town. Try a News Want Ad Today Reat the Want Column