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The Breckenridge news: February 16, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916021601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 16, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL DEATH COMES WEILTO THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1916. business as farmer, merchant and dealer in tobacco he made a host of life long friends. In his dealings in the community he was known and liked for his fairness No other man in llreckcn-ridg- e county was more populnr One of his remarkable business associ ations was his service with the Planters' of Louisville, Warehouse, Tobacco which he represented in this county and And for some Grayson for 3.! years. time he served in the same capacity with the Picket House. t-- tnSf Pages CALL No. 33 FOR REPUBLI- ,v vfv ifVJk -- w.e cT" ru wv itT. o'jT. ,jt& - Condensed Report of the Condition 8 All J. T. F. Owen Passes Away at His Home at Glen Dean Nearly Four Hundred Friends Pay Tribute. FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. a Hardinsburg, Kentucky At the close of business January ASSETS 28, 1916. Republican Voters Are Urged to be Present and Participate. FEBRUARY SATURDAY, 26. LIABILITIES 74,667.36 2,936.79 , spont tho day In obtaining evidence In tho caso. They questioned the parents or tho dead girl and hor friends, Josephine Davis, Eleanor Double and Mary Marshall, and .Mary's father, Alabama Farmers. Attends Lincoln Banquet. nr. Owen Native Citizen. William Marshall, who was with Mr. R. M. Splvy and W. S. lirannon, of Mr. Owen was born in Breckenridge Prof. J. R Meador, Joe Fitch and Lambert whon they found tho body. State's Attorney Dady. whon ho re county at his old home place near Glen Owens Cross Roads, Ala., farraers'and Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville turned to Wankecan, said: "I am not Dean October 28, 1833. He was the son sawmill men, were at Glen Dean last Saturday afternoon to attend the trying to convict an Innocent man. h of James and Mildred Owen and has lived Saturday. They were there to see W. 'Lincoln Banquet" given at the Hut I have not yet uncovered a single all his life in that neighborhood R. Moorman & Sons cattle and mules Hotel. They returned Sunday. In his bit of evldonco which would show that Orpet Is Innocont." Mr. Lambert and Mr. Marshall told trio that when IRVIIMGTON PHARMACY HARDINSBURG PHARMACY tho Investigatingsho was lying In they found tho girl tho 9 snow with her books held In her nrms. This Is unnatural they pointed out. If sho had taken poison, sho would not havo hold onto the bonks. If she WATCH US GROW had, tho books would have fallen and FEED YOUR HOGS, CATTLE and HORSES SAL-VE- T and WATCH THEM IMPROVE been scattered all over tho ground. Is Tho poison which killed tho girl believed to have been cyantdo of poVETERINARY Drugs, Medicines, Kodak Supplies, Etc. We are Agents for NEEDS tassium and an ncid mixed. yye j)ave ,e(n genj of i)rjng, us yQUT Sent to you by Parcel Post the EASTMAN KODAK AGENTS! same day order is received order Revival at Irvington. Seel-bac- E Many Attend Funeral. from Those who attended the funeral a distance were Judge Henry DeHaven Beautiful Luncheon Given ThursMoorman, Judge Matthias Miller, Judge D. D. Dowell, Frank Peyton, W. H. day by Mrs. David McDonald Hensley, Thomas Heard, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Prince Davis, of C. V. Robertson, Mrs John D. Shaw. and Miss Louise Moorman, Hardinsburg, Durant, Okla. John D. Beeler, John B. Bates, G. A. Wright, William Davis, Mrs'. Charles Mrs. David MacDonald and Mrs. Lyons, Miss Sudie Bates and Mr. O'Brien, McQuady, John and Charlie Prince Davis, (nee Miss Ruth Haynes), Moorman, Leitchfield, and Dr E P. were hostesses Thursday to a "Rose Covers were laid for Luncheon." Rogers, Fordsville. twenty guests. A color motif of pink Death Came Friday. and pale green predominated the dec Mr. Owen died Friday morning, Feb- orations and table appointments. Pink ruary 11. His death was caused from Killarney loses, Narcissus, Plumosa cancer of which he had been a sufferer fern and Southern smilax were used in He was seriously ill five or fc'.tat profusion, for years. the dining room being six months and the end was momenta' a perfect bower, where the flowers were rily expected for three weeks. Mr. attractively arranged in cut glass Owen was under the constant care of his baskets about the room. The room daughter, Miss Bettie Webb, at their was lighted by many pink wax taper;, home in Glen Dean which burned in silver candelabras and Besides Miss Webb and his daughters, candle sticks; each reflecting itself in Mrs. W. C. Moorman, Glen Dean, and the old Colonial mirrors. Mrs. R. W. Owen, of Owensboro, he A seven course luncheon was served, leaves four sons, Clark Owen, of Mis- featuiing the chosen colors, pink and souri, Jeff D. Owen, of Elizabethtown, green in each course. Especially did and John and James Owen, of Glen the rose idea predominate in the ice Dean. course, It being a large pink candy Mr. Owen's sister, Mrs. Mary E. rose filled with Pistachio Mousse served Bradshaw, of Leitchfield died Wedneswith monogram cakes. Wilday, February 9, at the age of 82, The afternoon's amusement was aucliam Judsou Owen and Robert C. Owen tion biidge. Democrat, Durant, 'Okla. survive the deceased brother and sister. The Haptist church nt Glen Dean was crowded to the doors Saturday afternoon with sorrowing friends and relatives who came through rain and mud to be present at the funeral of J T. F. Owen and The pay loving respect to his memory altar was covered with many beautiful floral tributs, last offerings from those to whom he had endeared himself during his long career of usefulness and Chris tian citizenship. The services, conducted by the Rev. J. E. Meng, were sincere and impressive and the music was rendered by the choir. The songs were favorites of Mr. Owen, who was a member of this church 66 years. When he was 22 years old he joined the Masonic order of which he The Masons was a faithful member concluded the services with Mr. Walter The interment J. Piggott officiating. took place in Glen Dean cemetery. The active and honorary pall bearers were James A. Dean, G A. Wright, W. A. Moorman, Judge Henry DeHaven Moor- man, Glen Moorman, W. W. Baxter, Dr. P. E. Dempster, William Davis, Walter Moorman, Sylvester Jefferies and Robert E. Moorman. Dr. R. W. Meador, of Custer, and ville. Miss Purlesly Allen, of Loans and Discounts $376,641.65 Cash on hand and due from other Banks Overdrafts Banking House charged off Farm Lands and Hardinsburg, Marry in Louis Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits $ 50,000.00 ... 35,000.00 6,494.78 Lot 0.00 1,924.34 160.16 Miss Purlesy Allen, of Hardinsburg and Dr. R. W. Meador. of Custer, were quietly married in Louisville Tuesday, February 1, at the rectory of the Port land Avenue liuptUt chinch. The cere mony was performed by the pastor Rev. Chas. II. Turner. The wedding came as a surprise to the many friends of the couple, there being no previous announcement of the event. They will make their home at Custer. The bride is the dbughter of Mr. John Allen, a prominent farmer residing near Other Assets Total Deposits 364,835.52 $456,330.30 Total $456,330.30 Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier v OFFICERS M. D. BEARD, President Hardinsburg. For several days she had been visiting relatives at Clover-por- t. Dr. Meador is a prominent phy sician well known In Breckenridge county. Urecklnrldge County: Pursuant tu a call issued bv the Republican State Central Committee, the Kepublcan voters of Ilreckinridtre county are called to meet In mass con vention at Hardinsburg, Ky , at the courthouse at one o'clock p. m. Satur day, February 2li, 101(1, for the pur pose of selecting 26 delegates to this county for them at the Fourth Congressional District Convention tu be held at Elizabethtown, Ky., on Tuesday, February 211, where dele gates to the Ilopublican National Con- entlon, a member of tho State Central Committee and an elector will be chosen and to attend the Stato Convention to be held in Louisville, Ky., on March I, 11)1(1, where delegates from the state at large, members of the State Central Committee and electors will be chosen, and to transact any other business that may properly come before said county convention. All Republican voters are urged to be present and participate In said convention. To the Uepublicnns of PAUL COMPTON, Cashier MISS LOUISE- M. B. KINCHELOL. Ass't. Cashier ' MOORMAN, Ass't. Cashier X Given under our hands this February 11, 1016. II. M. HEARD, Chairman Republican County Com. D. D. DOWELL, Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: C. V. Rohertson Dr. A. M. Kincheloe M. D. Beard Willis Green P. M. Beard ACADEMIC CLUB Cloverport p Organized J by Men of Paul Compton Twelve Charter Members Next Meeting to be Enrolled Held February 29. SHOOTS SELF, MAY DIE STUDENT HELD FOR Richard Hildt, Young Man of Hancock County, Victim of While MURDER OF GIRL Evidence Accident Visiting Seems Conclusive, Friend's Home. Richard Hildt, .1 young man of Han cock county, accidently shot himself with a revolver Sunday night as he was about to leave the home of Edward Iloliu, of Cauueltuu, Ind., where he had been making a social call. The weapon was of 32 caliber and the ball penetrated his chest a few inches above the heart, making i dangerous wound. Surgical aid was at once summoned, but probing failed to reveal the bullet, so that Hildt's recovery is doubtful. Believe Authorities. Chicago, Feb. 14. William Orpet. hold for the poisoning ot Marian Lambert spent the day In solitude in the Lako Forest jail. No one was allowed to see him. Even his mother was refused permission to talk to him. Tho authorities of Lako county The above is the name of a new liter ary organization in Cloverport which came into existauce January 20, 1916. GROUP MEETING Its purpose, as expressed in its s 'to bring together a congenial group of men interested in their personal de Held at Hawesville February 12. velopment in thought along historical and scientific lines. The members shall Splendid Program Was devote themselves individually and col Rendered. Many Delegates lectively to the task of fostering in the community where they live serious Attend. thinking and thoughtful reading." The charter members of the club are Representative members of the Clover-por- t, as follows: J R. Meadow, president: Lewisport and Hawesville Epworth Paul S. Powell, J. S. Leagues, held a very interesting meet- Henry, corresponding secretary; Ira D. ing at Hawesville Saturday, February 12 Itelieu, secretary-treasureG. R. Mc The program began at 1:30 o'clock, the Coy, E C. .McDonald, O. T. Skillman, welcome address being given by Hughes I). II. l'helps, Paul Lewis, II S. Wil- Chambers. A talk on "How We Started liains, 11. N. Wood ami A N. Couch. the lludget Plan in Cloverport," by Miss The membership is limited to fifteen Lula Seveis and "The League as a and is gained only upon the unanimous Agency," by Rev. 1'. C Duvall, invitation of the club members. were enjoyed very much. Miss Cecil The club plans include the bringing of M Jackson gave an interesting reading two distinguished speakers to CloverA beautiful quirtette was rendered by port each year as well as an annual John Maston, Sherly Mason, 15 15. banquet in May. Rya and F. T Howard. Special adTwo meetings are to be held each r; Mis-siona1 EPWORTH LEAGUE The Drug Stores That Saves You Money SAL-VE- dresses were made by Mr 15. M Keelor and Rev. R C. McDowell. Many others took part in the program. The out guests were highly entertained nt the homes of the Hawes ville members. A very pleasant day was enjoyed by nil. Those who attended from here were: Miss Lula Severs, Miss liessye Arnold, Miss Jeauette Hum, Miss SusetteSawjer, Mrs D. l'helps, Mrs. Tony Nicholas, Miss Louise Nicholas, Andrew Ashby and Emmett Kdmoudsou n month from October to May inclusive. The regular programs include papers by two of the members on subjects of their own selection. The reading of the papers is followed by discussions from the The host at any meeting membership. has the privilege of inviting three visitors Last Friday night, the Academic Club met witli Mr. 1). II. Phelps and most interesting papers were read by Mr, Ira 1) llehen on "Fifteen Minutes with the World's Great Inventors" and by Rev, J. Of S. Henry 011 "Ghosts." Interest to Farmers. Let us do your Printing, Developing and enlarging Baby Foods and Supplies A very Important feature that should be considered by mothers In buying baby foods Is, be sure they are fresh. We Insuuk all these goods as to freshness. A full line of Imported and Domestic A all work guaranteed Anybody can Kodak with an Eastman Guaranteed Rubber Goods See our line of Water Dottles, Foun- - Complete Line of Stationery Dox Paper Sc to 30c i,irtU Announcernent8, Tally Cards, Cards, Crepe Paper all colors, Urepe Napkins, llecuipt Hooks, Scratchpads Writing Pads 5c to 2sc, Udcers, Note Books, Ulbles, lesta ments, etc. tain post c'SB"crc. Syrw We are agents for the famous Smithsoma and New York Elastic Trusses. Let us fit you. Ouaran- tef d satisfaction. J A- - Toilet Waters and Sachet Powders let us show you these articles Come in our store when in town and TALCUMS Plvers-(rW- O. Dear Kiss, Kogers Squlbbs, Gallets, Collates Menn.ns, Williams'. Welon.s (1 lb 1B0) and many others. & Huh ira-On- iii, you had. US H mAA your Mail FACE P0WDERS OrdersS Satisfaction Guaranteed. Try US Woodbury's, Freeman's, Zephyr, R08er & Gallets V.lveo a. Mary Btuart, Nadtne, Daggett & Koms- dale's, Face Leaves, Dorln Rouge. Pe). LaTrelle (Pivers), Menguel (Plvcrs). Melba, Carmen, AzU9a cess of his farm. Within tint past few years the correspondence of the Experiment Station has increased enormously. It has gradually become a great clearing house for information on Successful in Real Estate. a great variety of agricultural subjects. Lonnle Keith has putchnsed three These bullelius are free, and can be oblots In the Henry addition und has con- tained by writing to the Kentucky AgriComtracted with the Jenkins-Esse- x cultural Experiment Station at Lexingpany to build a two. story residence ton, d thereon. The lots cost in the War Prices For Potash. of $1,000 and the residence will cost about J2,!iflO, Elizabethtown Mr. I'ete Masey Is the first man In Mirror. lirecketiridge cuuuty to profit by war prices, He sold last week 400 pouuds Suffering From Sprained Wrist. of potash for $110. This was a lot he Roe Hook bus been suffering for a had left over from last year. It cost week with a sprained wrist. He fell off his porch and catchlug on to a vine him $3.G0 per 100 pounds, Mr, Maysey was well pleased with his profit. saved hlra from being badly hurt. neigh-boihoo- revival meeting will begin at the Mtthodiiit church in Irvington Sunday, February !i0. The fetvlces will be conducted by the pastor, assisted by the congregation, with W, C. Chiippull as song leader. The people- are cordially Invited to ntteud. A Joseph 11, Kastle, director of the Agricultural Experiment Station of Kentucky, has now on hands bulletins which will be of interest and use to every fanner who is interested in the .suc- The next meeting is to be held with Prof. G. R. McCoy on Tuesday night, February 29. Demand For Oolite Growing. The Webster Stone Company shipped a car load of Oolite to St. Louis last week. The demand fur this product Is growing rapidly. H. a noted chemist, of Ashland, Ky., tays: "It Is positively the best limestone he ever anal) zed, nud is practicilly pure, containing 00 49 carbonates. Mrs. Adams Dies. Mrs. Frank Adams, aged seventy- seven years, died Tuesday, February 8, at her home in Shawnee, Okla. For some time she had been down with paralysis. She Is survived by her husband, several children, two sisters, Mrs. Coia Renfro, of Dundee; Mrs. Sal-li- e Hlack, of Springfield, III., undone brother, Mr. Jesse Weatherholt, ot this city. She was buried Tuesday, February i). 1 COL D. R. ENDORSEDJT HOME CARE OFJHADE TREES Tells Civil War Such Proof as This Should Con- Method of Pruning and TreatVisits Hartford. ment of Wounds to Prevent vince Any Cloverport Citizen. Stories to Members of ReThe public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof Hint can lie A distinguished visitor to Hartford last Xone belter, none stronger can Friday was Col. Murray, of Hardinsburg. be had. When a man comes forward adWhile here the Colonel was In the Re- - and testifies to his publican office and we got him started on dresses his friends and neighbors, you Here's one that may be sure he is thoroughly convinced some Civil War stories he gave ns. For some time Col. Mur- or he would not do so. Telling one's ray's regiment was .stationed nt Hopkins-vill- e experience when it is for the public and during that time a prisoner good is an act of kindness that should pro-du;efellow-citbcn- publican Office. Entrance of Germs. Decay-Produci- ng HBy I? CopyrliMlllitiy J. Reynold! Tobaeeo ft). ..t Why The best tlmti to attend to several important operations connected with the proper care of shade trees Is during fall or earlv winter. This work may be done at this season of the year, however, when weather conditions per tin-lat- was taken and condemned to he shot ns n spy. Col. Murray, then n subordinate officer, was ordered to take charge ol the execution the next morning at daybreak. He loaded the guns of the firing squad, putting blanks in half of them and bullets in the rest The men were stationed in what was then known as the old Ilo.it House, because of its peculiar shape, and the condemned man was locked in one livery-thinof the rooms of the old house was prepared for the execution and the hours .slipped by. The Co'one! was by no means enthusiastic over the job and dreaded it almost as much as the prisoner. Sometime during the night, liortcver, some new evidence was introduced and he was ordered to .stay the He went to tell the prisoner execution. of the good news. The mental picture, says .Mr. Murray, is still visible. He opened the door and saw the man lying on his rude bed of straw, face buried in his arms, undoubtedly thinking of the fate which was to meet him upon the appearance of the sun, the birds and other things mercy. Colonel Murray broke the good news, the man sighed, turned over and said, "thank God. " A few weeks ago Colonel Murray received He a letter postmarked New York broke open the envelope, read the letter, and imagine the surprise of the General when he saw that it was from this same man whom he had The letter been ordered to execute. stated that the writer well remembered Sir. Murray and could still hear his voice Colonel Murray announcing mercy. was in Hartford once during the War nnd was near here a second time. On one occasion while riding nt the front of his regiment with the Lieut. Colonel near Hartford they were met by a voile) Mr .Murray was riding a of shots spirited Kentucky horse which, being The men scared by shots, threw him. thought him dead but he was soon up again unhurt and a seaich was started The small woods ahead for the enemy was searched quickly and carefully but It was quite not a man could be found. a strange incident as there must have been several men in the firing party. The Colonel thinks now that there was a cave somewhere in the woods and the sought Rebs. fired anil immediately refuge in the cave. Colonel Murray is a splendid type of Southern Gentleman, tall and graceful he moves about with the ease of one many years his junior. Hartford Republican. g mlt. The following statebe appreciated. ment given by a resident of Cloverport ndds one more to the many cases of Home IJiidorsement which are being published about Doau's Kidney fills. Rend it. I,. Y Chnpin, Cloverport, says: "I was in bad shape with kidney trouble. Seeing Doau's Kidney Tills recommended, I went to l'isher's Drug Store and I have got a box. One box cured me had no need of a kidney medicine since " Don't I'ricc 50c, nt all dealers. simply ask for' a kidney remedy get Doau's Kidney Tills the same that Mr. Co , had. Chnpin Trops , IluiTalo, X. Y. Large dead, decaying, cr unsightly limbs may be removed. The best way or to do this is to saw through the limb from the under side, at a point l! inche3 or a foot beyond the point where the final cut is to be made. A second cut on the upper or mote fide should be made a half-incback of or beyond the first one. The sawing on the upper side should be continued until the limb falls. The first jcut on the under side is to prevent the splitting or stripping ot the outer wood and bark as the limb falls, something which almost invariably happens when a heavy limb is removed by a single cut from the upper side. This leaves a stub several inches long which must be sawed off close to the trunk, or close to the larger supporting limb, as the case may be. The stub should be held in place until completely severed. The final cut should be made so that its sur face will conform as nearly as possible with the shape of the supporting limb or trunk. No projecting stub or stump should be left, as this interferes with the rapid healing of the wound. r one-third h Prince Albert meets men's tastes all over the world ! The patented process makes Prince Albert so good in a pipe a cigarette that its popularity is now universal! It satisfies all smoke or rolled into desires I This patented process, which alo removes bite and parch, is controlled by us. No other tobacco can be like Meets Death by Drowning. James message advising year old Miller, of Owensboro, received a from ISouham, Texas, recently, him of the death of his eight son, James T. Miller, hydrown-in- g Fringe Albert the national joy smoke Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes for years, have brought them back to the tune of Prince Albert I Get yours out, for your confidence never will be abused I We tell you Prince Albert will set pipe free the tenderest tongue I And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so Princa Albert can bo bought ia refreshing and delightful that it gives you a new idea of inoarywhmrm tobacco SetMold toppy rod bag. tidy tint, JOci handaoma fire-u- p rd cigarette happiness. Any way you Prince Albert, it pound and tin humidor and in that clatty will win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly I pound cryataUglaaa humidor with , top that hmmpa thm tobacco in N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salesuch finm condition I According to information received by Mr. Miller, his son, with two companions, were skating on a pond near the town when they fc.l through the ice. For a mild, easy notion of the bowels, All were drowned. The bodies were not try Doan's Hegulcts, a modern laxarecovered until several hours after, tive. 25c at all stores. when their absence from home had been discovered Mr. Miller has many friends in CloverDIED. port who regret to hear of this sad news. Listen: It easy to change the shape and color of unsalable brands to Imitate the Prince Albert tidy red tin, bul if is impottibl to imitate tho flavor of Prince Albert tobacco t The patented process protects thatf r half-poun- d apongo-moiaton- SHERIFF'S SALE. Bv virtue of an execution'No. 822, directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of Breckinridge Circuit Court, in tavor of Marion McGavoek against Dr F. L. Lightfoot I, or one it mv deputies, will, on Monday, the 28th day of February, 1016, between VI o'clock a. m ami J the hours of o'clock p. ni , at the Court House door, Hardinsburg, Ky., expose to Tublie Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest aud costs, to wit: Six h ndrtu and eighty dollars and fott-tw- o A lot or parcel of cents. land lying and being in the Citv of Cloverport, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, in a certain suburb known as bastlanu, lying on the Cloverport and Hardinsburg lurnuikt', front ing on said pike about 150 feet, running parallel to and bounded on the East bv Miller Hrlck S Tile 1.0. "prop-ert'MO Medicine or Food. You have always bought the bulky stock food and given to your stock as a Why not buy only the medicine. medicine and furnish your own food? The nedicinc will be much more certain. In fact, U. A. Thomas Stock Remedv is so certain to give the right results that we sell it on the nnney back plan. If it doesn't "straighten up your hoise or cow or sheep, we give your minify bark. For sale at Dam Store. Wed-dirt's Padurah's First Woman Police Officer is Named. Mrs. M.irgtet Ford is Taducnh's first gles and bounded on the Wist bv property of A. B. Skiliman about 12s feet; thence parallel with and bounded by propertv of Eliza Bates, colored, on the West 200 feet to Murray Avenue on Cloverport and Hardinsburg turnpikt; thence West and parallel to said Mur ray Avenue about I5O feet to the beginning. Upon this plot there are situated four fr.tme sh'ngle roofed buildings with three rooms and front poren, and is a part of the samj propern convejed to F. L. Lightfoot by Mary Etta Evans by deed dated August 2, 1010, recorded in Breckinridge Countv Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 60, page 10.1. Levied upon as the property of Dr. 1'. L Lignifoot. TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit ot six months, bond with ap proved security tequirtd, bearing Inttr est at tiie rate of II per cent, pir annum from d.i of sale, and having the foice and effect of a judgment A T. Beard, S. B C By W. C Tate. D. S. feet; thence at about right an On January 19, 1916, at her home in 111., Mrs. Emma Lctitia Decatur, Wright. She was the daughter of Mrs. Lucy Taul, of Free, Ky., and was born at Cloverport, Ky., August 13, 1899. She was married to Lloyd Wright, Decatur, 111 , November 5, 19I4. Mrs. Wright was a member of the Tisgah Baptist church, having joined on August 25, 191 1. On receiving notice of her death the church committee passed the follow ing resolutions: Whereas, Almighty God, in His wis dom, has removed by the icy hand of death our beloved sister, Emma L. Wright, be it Resolved, That in the death of Sister Wright the church has lost a faithful and consistent member, who had been connected with it since childhood, and while she will be missed by the entire membership, yet we bow to the will of' Him who doth all things well. Resolved, That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the records of our church and a copy be sent to the bereaved family. T. M. Bates, W. A. Bashnm, John Matthews, Committee ft $ A Growing Bank Bank of Cloverport HILL ITEMS. r policewoman. Tolice powers were conferred on her tecently by the board of BIG SPRING. city commissioners and Monday she qualified and received a uniform and badge She is investigating secretary .Mr. John Witt, father of Dr. Witt, for the .settlement house, which is was buried at the Baptist church ceme by the philanthropic department tery Saturday at 10:30 o'clock. of the Woman's Club. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anus are 011 the sick list. For That Cough. Mts. A R. Morris, who has been sick, " "Tenslar White Tine and Spruce is improving. is the cough medicine that stands Argus Arms, who lias been sick for in a class by itself. 2.1c at Wedding's two weeks, is able to be out again. Drug Store. Arthur Shary, while in Vine drove Wednesday, fell aud broke his leg Willard and Moran. Mrs. Louis Jiukeus is visiting her par Jess Willard, the world's heavy weight champion, and Frank Moran, will meet ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dowell. Mrs Nancy Oalloway was buried here ill a ten round bout at Madison Square Garden at New York 011 March 8, for a last .Monday. It was aiiiiouucea reI7O 00) purse. Mrs Charlie Clarkson, who has been cently by Tex Riekard, promoter of the sick with mumps, is better. . match. Mrs. George Trather has had the lagrippe How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Rollie Simpson, wife aud children Cold. spent Monday night with Jim Ritchie "Some tune ago I had a very bad and family. cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Illack-wateEverett Martin, wife and children "My brother, McCabe spent Monday night with Jim Norris aud Del. Davis, gave me a small bottle of Cham- family. After takberlain's Cough Komcdy. Notice Readers and Writers ing this I bought half a dozen bottles of it but only used one of them ns the be certain that any happening of To cough left me and I have not been Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be troubled since." Obtainable cvery nlven account In the Brcckcnrldge Why Suffer From Colds? where, News, kindly write and mall to us at "Weddiug's Cold Tablets" will break once, Get every Item you can to us by s of what the average man Saturday. that cold in a very short time, 35c at Wedding's Drug Store. knows Is of no earthly benefit to him. JOHN D. UABBAQE. d r, Nine-tenth- Have you bad a kindness shown l'ass it on; Has Used Chamberlain's Cough 'Twas not meant for you alone l'ass it on Let it trevel down the year Remedy for 20 Years. Many lonely hearts to cheer; "Chamberlain's Couch Remedy has Changing to a smile the tear Pass it on been used in my household for the past Happy Hours twenty years. I began giving' It to my As a children when thoy were small. quick relief for croup, whooping cough, The Rev. R K Reeves will be in and ordinary colds, it has no equal. Cloverport Saturday nud will fill his Being free from opium and other harm- regular appointment at the Presbyterian ful drugs, I never felt afraid to give it church Sumliy morning and evening, to the children. I have recommended February 20. it to a large number of friends and C W. Satterfield, who has been conneighbors, who have used it and speak fined to his home with lagrippe for sevMinke, highly of it," writes Mrs. eral days, is reported better. ShorUvillc, N. Y. Obtainable every Mrs. Melvin Wood and children, where. Cecil, Iva and Hardin, have gone to Lake Charles, La , where thry will CHENAULT. make an extended visit to relatives and friends. who is in the Arthur Daitgherty, Mrs. J. S. Manning, who has been on government employ in Louisville, spent the sick list, is improving. Sunday with his family. J. C llrodie is on Str, Lena May again. Saturday and Mrs Vester Moore, who lives in Okla Hubert Tobiu went to Louisville Sun homa, aud was hete to attend the funeral day with stock. of her mother, Mrs. Geo. Harris, reThe ball nt Chenault school was en turned to her home last week. joyed by many. IHuabeth Allen has been sick at the Herman O'llryan, piano agent of home of her sister, Mrs. Sydney Taul. Mooleyville, was in town Friday. IJnlow Smith is somewhat improved, Mrs. Ollie Jarboe is visiting in Louis after being quite ill for over two weeks. ville and New Albany, Iud., for n few-Mr. and Mrs. John II. McKiiiuey, of days Tobinsport, spent 1'riday in town. gone to Louisville Merlin Warren has Mrs. Percy Holder, of Oklahoma, to find a position, . who is visiting relatives in the county, Juo Tobiu is in Evausville under a spent last week with Mr and Mrs Jess doctor's treatment. I some Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Warren and family James Cootnes returned from Viiiceues, spent a few day with her mother, Mrs. Ind , last 1'riday night. Mary Stallmau. Mrs. F.uiuia Laslie is visiting her sis." Stiff & Ashcraft, mule buyers from ter, Mrs. Ollie Sturgeon, at Mystic, Ky. Irviugton, were in town Saturday. Miss Lillian Manning left Saturday Poisons for St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville, where she has a position awaiting her. Retained in the body causes rheuma- White Wyandottesf ' Are rapidlyjpushing to tho front its a dual purpose fowl and aro unsurpassed in Beauty and Quality Let me Tell You Why You Should Raise M vjjrf This Wonderful Breed orous, pure white, lino shape and good sizo cockerels and the quality of these matings are unequalled for the money. A limited numlior of sottings from those grand matings for yP sale at $1.50 to .ftt.OO per 15 eggs, with satisfaction guaran-teed. 3 I huvo 4 grand matings this season, of tho best' blood lines in the country. I have tho world's greatest Duatan Dixie pure stay white kind and the 55- Quality and Fishols strain 5ji egg laying typo. Each strain is muted separate to fine, vig-- j - HERBERT HALL Hardinsburg, Ky. Real Winter in Oklahoma. Dear Mr. Habbage: Find enclosed chtck for which send paper. We are well and doing reasonably well. Had cold weather all through some Jauuary, the coldest day was zero, but have hbd snow, sleet and rain. Sunday we had a snow btorni, it thundered and lightened us bad as It does there In July. There has been an epidemic of grlpp here. We enjoy the Ilreckenridge News very much, We never will forget onr friends in Kentucky. Best wishes to all Henry Harned, Temple, Okla. vt-r- Symptoms of Grip. Tom Underwood, In the Hopklnsville New Krn, says: If a thousand little devils Aro hammering on your head; If your uose Is like a fountain, Aud your eyes nre flaming redi If you're headed for the graveyard And want to take the trip, Then your symptoms, sir, are perfect; V "' T's a mild case of grip. No tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 40 For The An implement resembling a small Blood expels poisons from the body and blood poison In Its worst form. carpet sweeper has been Invented for cures removing crumbs from dining tables. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Secrets about "Penslar White Pine aud Spruce Balsam." The formula of this great cough medicine is on every bottle. 35c at Wedding's Drug Store. BATTLE RAGES ON WEST FRONT Germans Capture 700 Yards French Positions. JOFFBEWINSINVIMYSECTOR Turks Claim to Have Cut Off c Communication With British In Mesopotamia and to Have Administered Blow to Russians. London, Fob. 14, German attacks Of varying Intensity on vnrlotis parts oi the French and Hrltlsh line, from Belgium to tho Vosges, havo made tho Dast two days, days of great activity on tho western front. Tho attacks ranged from minor encounters between roconnoltorlng parties armed with hand grenades to assaults preceded by cxtcnslvo artillery preparations and carried out by considerable bodies of troops. The most vigorous of tho offensives wero In Champagno and tho region north of Arras where there has been almost constant fighting for days. The greatest gain claims by tho Germans, they say, wero made between Somme-Pand St. Souplet. Here tho German oITlciul statement claims the capture by storm of 700 yards of French positions with 20G prisoners. Tho French communique says that tho Germans gained a foothold In some advanced trench elements east of tho road from Tahuro to Somme-Py- . These two references may refer to tho samo action, although It would appear that the French statement refers to operations somewhat further to tho east than tho German. Fivo separate assaults wero mado in tho VImy sector north of Arras. Four of tho attacks failed, tho Germans piiccppdlncr in tho fifth attempt in penetrating the French positions west of Hill HO, but were driven out n.gain by a counter-attacso that tho series of assaults resulted In no gain. The German offensive extended as far north as noeslnghc, north of Ypros, where tho Germans announce tho capture of forty TJritlsli prisoners. Tho Turks have succeeded In interrupting telegraphic communication between General Townshend, commander in chief of tho main Ilritish Mesopotamia army, surrounded at and the relief forces under General Aylmer, twenty-thremiles below tho Kut position. Tho Turkish official statement says that a Turkish reconnoltering column advancing toward Sheik Said, destroyed hostile telegraph lines. Sheik Said is the point on tho Tigris, about twenty-fiv- e where a miles below large Turkish force has been blocking General Aylmer's force ever since It had reached that position on Its way "from Kut. Another report issued by tho Turkish war office told of tho defeat of British forces near Korna, saying that tho British wero compelled to flee, abandoning their dead. A success on tho Caucasus is also claimed by Constantinople. A statement says tho Itussian3 wero driven out of positions they had previously captured from the Turks. The Russians are said to have suffered heavy losses. Tele-fjraphly -k e GERMANY DEFIES MONROE DOCTr.lNE Plans Foothold In Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for Wostarn Hemisphere. PANAMA GANAL THREATENED Senate Committee on Foreign Reb tlono Possesses Documents MaKlng, Remarkable Revelations of Ambitious Designs of Germany. Extraordinary Washington, Fob. 1 revelations of the reputed plans of Germany to establish n footholti in several republics of tho western and In the Danish West In defiance of tho Mnnroo doctrine, nro in tho possession of tho on foreign relations of tho United States senate The committee is carefully guarding tho evidence from publication because of fear it might havo upon public opinion. So Impressed wero aonatois with tho advisability of suppressing iho informntlnu that tin; motion to dobato the Nlcnrasuan treaty In tho open con ate, which would havo entailed disclosure of the German plans, was defeated by nn overwhelming vote. In defence to the samo considerations proposed Colombian and Ilav-tlatreaties will bo debated by tho senate behind closed doors. Tho documents in the possession of tho committee purport to prove: That Germany sought to establish a sphero of influence In Nicaragua by purchase canal route and of the tho right to establish naval bases. That Germany sought to gain n foothold In Colombia by negotiation of nn canal concession and tho purchase of plantations and tho establishment of a naval baso at Cartegena. That Germany gained paramount In- fluenco In Paraguay by organizing the army nnd Is carrying out a similar 1 hem-Ispher- o com-mltte- o n inter-oceani- c intor-oceani- c WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinri 1 Only 46 Banks in the Whole Slate of Kentucky Can Say This. AlcQUADY. Mrs. Henry Burden, of Cloverport, was the guest of her niotlur, Mrs J B Bates, last week. Rev. J. F. Kmte was In Louisville Inst Tuesday on business, L. K. Henderson. Jr., was the guest of Miks Bessie Shrewsberrv Monday. Oscar Davis spent a few days last week with his brother at Htirned. J. M. Powers spent a few days on his Fanners Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco lo the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hothead of Ti.lmreo is carefully looked after und sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER & DURRETT, such r.'holcsome bakinrrs i:n:;l Li .'ia usjd Calumst. "It's Calumet surety, uniformity, ("irtv, strength, that makes every bat-nrr .i.Je with Calumet U.ikin;; lewder. Mother nevsr hail fsrm at Whltcsville. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wright, Marcella Lvons, Rev. R. Walker, of Stephens port, and Miss Fanny Dyer, of Locust Hill, were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs Wni. Davis' Sunday. Malcolm O'Brien was in Cloverport week on business. Miss Anna McGary and Paul O'Con nell were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, Kugcne Askins Sunday. Misses Susan Powers and Anna Laura Askins were the guests of Miss Katie Jarboe, of Kiik, last Friday night. Wedding bells are ringing at Managers L T. L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. list turn out ripht that raves millions f housewives Hjkincl'owdertnoney. Jc fair to yourself U3; Calumet. " Received Highest Awards .Vie Ae nmv.f'il: Slip in Itoumf Can. for I keeping or Shorthand FullI Diploma Course, TIME $55.00 pays you-enrol- Save $20 Now! a l 1 laiTMMKWWSflS ! Several from here attended the funeral of J T, F. Owen at Glen Dean Sattmlav. Mr. ami Mrs. R. 15. Remit dv spent Sunday in IlHnlinshurg. at once. Write log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. Address m IE. O. TED, if .$75.00 Book-UNLIMI-j!- J today for cata- M BRYANT & S! jM KEESLING, President STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE InruriH rati il I Cheapnndbig canEaklngPowders do not save you money. Calumeidocs it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. Thnt Goimany souubt to gain a foot hold in Hint! through control of tho customs and the establishment of a naval base at Molo St. Nicholas. That Germany practlfa'.lv control? the island of St. Thomas by lease from Denmark and has established there a baso of great strategic valuo, particularly because of Its proximity to Porto Itico and tho Pannmn canal. Tho committee has also documentary evidence Indicating that although tho Kuropoan war interrupted the prosecution of these plnns. Germanv Intends to resume the efforts to participate In tho affairs of western hemisphere as soon as peace shnll bo restored. plan in Chile. ABRAM I. ELKUS Louisville, Kentucky May Succeed the Late Judge Lacombe as Circuit Judge. School Improvement League Holds Meeting. IrvitiRton, Ky., Feb. ROME, 1ND. Make Your Own Healing GLEN DEAN. Remedy at Home. Buy a 50c bottle of Farrls Healing Remedy, add to it a pint of Linseed Oil to make a healing oil, or add vase line to make an ointment. You will then have sixteen ounces of the Healing Remedy for harness and saddle gall, barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any hurt or soro where the skin is broken. Positively guaranteed the best made. Make it at home. Ity so doing you have $2.00 worth for 50c, For sale at Wedding's Drug Store Do You Find Fault GUISEPPI AREALLO An irritable, due to tion is often Accused of Firing Gunman stomach. A man with Shot That Killed Barnet Baff. A great many in always gopd natured. have been permanently benefited by Lost His Bearings. Chamberlain's Tablets after years of It was nil English skipper of the oiii-etimo who. having kuowledgo besuffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform yond tho seeming needs, ns he could Obtainable read mid use the charts, was disits functions naturally. patched to Rotterdam. Tho skipper everywhere. had never been to Rotterdam before, so after getting over tho bar und well SPEED UP ON DEFENSE BILL away to thu cast ho produced lib churts and made a learned Inspection, time Apparently Better Understanding Now but tho charts had been a long comin the locker nnd circumstances Between President and Congress. bined to alarm him extremely, lie Washington, Feb. 14. Congress Is weut up on deck and called to his about to speed up on President Wil- mate, "Put her about; tho ruts huve son's national defenso bills. With tho eaten Holland!" retirement of Lindloy M, Garrison from tho office of secretary 'of war A Reasonable Proposlton. thero now appears to bo a better unUumner You owo nio ?!iO,000, which derstanding between tho administrayou say you can't pay. Why don't yon tion and leaders In congress on the marry Miss OKlglrl? Sho's worth twice question of preparednoss. that amount. Juniper No; 1 can't do Most of tho "littlo navy" members that But you might marry her yourhavo rushed to cover and thoso who self nnd pay me the difference. liluottur. opposed tho defenso bills because of tho continental army plan, which Is Beauty. about to bo discarded, now show a When u beautiful soul hiiruiouk'.t'K disposition to support tho administration. With tho exception of tho conti- with a beautiful form, nnd tho two uro nental army provision It is expected cast In ono mold, that will bu tho fairIn tho absenco of a flare up of some est of sights to him who has tin eye to . Plato, charactor tho administration program see. Phnto bv American Tresa Association. will bo passed by tho house substanFiguratively Spoaklng. Now York, Fob. 14. Tho district tially as submitted by tho president. attornoy has reliable Information re"Pop, what's a pesslmlstV" "A man who's soiisloU during his eu- - specting tho real Instigators of tho French Cruiser Torpedoed. tiro voyage of life. Gwan to bed now, murder ot Darnot Raff. Ho knows aumiraity is Paris, foil Tiger. tho names of tho men who wont to "Tho son." Princeton sued tho following statement: tho Harlem saloon and closed tho deal minister of marine Is concerned with Zeppelin Sighted. for Raff's murder. Thoir Identity is regard to tho French cruiser Admiral Paris. Fob. 14. A Zeppelin visited being withheld only until tho men Charner of 4.000 tons, which was cruising off tho coast of Syria and has Rouen and Havre and tho alarm was themselves aro trapped by tho police. the dirigible, after hover-lucot been heard from since Feb, 8, on Klren, but the cities, over sailed away todate, according to a telegram, which German submarine had sunk a ward the German Unit without drop. piss; any bouts. Use The Column French warship fault-finding u FHe-geu- do g body? Mrs. Joe Mattingly, who has been somewhat indisposed, is not much improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson came to the funeral of Mr. Ferd Owen last Saturday, and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson. Charley and John Moorman, ot Leitchfield, were here last Saturday. Phil Dempster spent the week end with T. II. Moorman. Mrs. J. D. Shaw, of Ilardinsburg, atWith Every- - tended the funeral of Mr. Owen last Saturday and remained over night with Mrs. J. T. Jones. disposiMrs. R. W. Owen returned to her a disordered good digestion home in Owensboro this week. Improvement League met Friday afternoon at the school building, .Mrs. W. J. I'iggott had charge of the meeting. Music was furnished In the Mandolin Club, Mi s Marv Alexander at the piano. Miss O.uedrv Hramlette the violin; Miss Virginia Head played a .selection, a tone poem by McDowell. Mrs. l'iggott read a paper in regard lo Henry Ford's I'eace Proclamation, which wu very interesting. Ko'l call was responded to by quotations from Lincoln, An outdoor committee w is appointed to attend to beautifying the school grounds-- . Preparedness was billed for discussion, but on account of the absence of Mrs Chamberlain and Miss Angle Gibson, thir subject was done away with. Alter the reading of the minutes, und a lew business letttrs, The next the meeting ai'journed meeting will be held the first Fridi-first Suudut. alter the rhoto by American Press Association. CANADA Mrs. O'Hannon, of Hlg He ml, Ky., is The School the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Krausch. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Burton is seriously ill at this writing. Miss Leila Johnson, principal of Rome High School, went to Cannelton Friday. Mrs. Louise Wilson and Miss Ooldia Connor were in Stephensport shopping Wednesday. Mrs. CI arence Wheeler was the guest of her mother, Mrs. James McCann, n few days last week. Mrs. M. I), l'umphrey gave a nice little social Wednesday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Wheeler. Those invited were: Mrs. CI K. Hubenzer, Mrs. Noah Trainer, Mrs. O. T. SlK.emaker, Mrs. J. C. Dieckman, Mrs. S. 8. Connor, Mrs. Herman Kyler, Mrs. O. V. Shoemaker, Mrs. Allen Groves, Mis. J. II. Lee and Mis-- . Km li Groves. Delicious refreshments were seived and all spent an en- WEEKLY WAR REVIEW The Gonnuns havo been fiercely assailing tho French and British lines Tho atfrom Ypres to tho Vosges. tacks ranged from minor encounters betwean rccounoitering parties to assaults preceded by extensive artillery preparations. Tho most vigorous of theso offensives wero In Champagno nnd In tho region north of Arras. An official statomont Issued at Berlin Feb. 13 claims the German troops captured by storm 700 yards of French positions, with several hundred prisoners. In tho Ylmy sector, north ot Arras, fivo attacks delivered by tho Germans failed, according to tho French war olilco. becommunication Telegraphic tween Commander Townsheud's main army and tho relief forces under General Aylmer, In Mesopotamia, havo been destroyed by tho Turks. army is on tho Tigris, twenty-thre- e mllos bolow tho main forces, which uro bottled up nt Constantinople reports that on the Caucasus front tho Russians wero driven out of positions they had previously taken from tho Turks. Tho Fiouch crulsor Admiral Charner is believed to havo been sunk by a submnrlno patrolling tho Syrian coast. In tho Isonzo roglon tho Austrlana havo tnkon from tho Italians entrenchments In the Rombon zone, wiillo tho Italian artillery has bombnrdod Austrian poslt'or.s In tho Gorizla soetor. An Athens dispatch states that Bulgaria, having accomplished the object for which sho entered tiio war, tho subjugation of Serbia, has mado ovortures to tho entuuto powers for a soparato peace. Germany has advised tho Untied States that beginning March 1 all armed merchantmen ot tho allied powers will be attacked without warning. Ayl-mor- 's joyable afternoon. The debate given at the Rome school Troops Guard U. S. Border to Prevent Thursday evening was quite a success and eojojH by all present. German Attack. FEARS INVASION La Grippe and Fever Cured. men. After the Toronto detachments "Your MendeuhalPs Chill & Fever wero moved forward tho military de- Tonic cured my husband of LaXirippe veiling Its .move-nentpartment began and Fever after other remedies failed." It Is known, however, that LULA C. ROACH. Orifton, Fla. battalion arthe ontiro Kkhty-fourtSold by Wedding's Drug Store. rived rrom Itrantford during tho nlelit and Is now quartered nt lirldgeburs. for Erie and Niagara Falls, Out. There Alonzo Dowell. nro now morn than 10.000 men. either Alono Dowell died at bis father's guarding tho border near hero or hold In reserve to be sent to tho scene, if home near Gustou Friday morning, February n, after an illness of five needed. Americans may tlilnlc months. He was iiftv-siears of ago. Vhntover tbout It. tho Canadians aro fully con- He had been a patient sufferer for sevvinced tbat n pio oxlsts to begin an eral years and said lie was ready to die. Invasion of Canada. It Is asserted by He was turned Sitiuday afternoon. tho Canadians thnt here are 10,000 fiermans and Austrlans under arms In For baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts Iluffalo, and that nn attack my bo expected on tho Canadian border towns n nil bruises, mamma's sore throat, lameness Dr. Thomas' nt any moment. Secret service agents Grandma's nrrived hero from Washington to In- Kclectlc OH the household remedy. vestigate tho complaints made by the U'5c and 50c. Dominion authorities. No relief seems in sight for the starvSuffrage Favored In Oklahoma. ing civilian population of Poland, corOUlnhomn City. Okla.. Fob. II. A respondence just nude public revealing Joint rodolutlon authorizing tho sub- that efforts in that direction have been mission of n fomale suffniKo amend- fruitless. ment to the state constitution wan adopted bv tho Oklahoma houso of representatives. Tho vote was 62 to 5 15. Should the resolution bo adopted by tho senrte th amendment would bo submitted to the electorate In An- x nutTalo. Fob. 1 1. Tho whole Cana-liafrontier is bristling with nrmcd n hi gree iuuiuiio. i 1 SUBt. feZriT VAHBK Injured by Fall. ' any a Mr. W. M. Hubbard, nu: ma iMimm 'iit been ubU to llitvdna' Want When sho Ft. Wayne, Ind., Fob. aroso from her chair to answer tho doorbell at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Otis Shell, whom sho was visiting horo, Mrs. Kathorino Snydor of Auburn, stumbled and fell, Buffering a fracture ot tho hip. 1 1. P,, jjl I II l liln i l.i i'lmtuliu-- . wrltluiralxHit in 1 f l.tftnal.Uliiai'atuliir l.r'.l lt liRKlrlwlt'iml". rhiarrtt ffttl MHUJUCiafElOCO.. li.' l.tikliiM liilttl IB Jiu . Itira liiUturu of drain. Int Intnl. l.U'.'-out. Nil, llni'M"! liuitl. ft.!ityinfti'l ground Mxmk'I--rru.liiHl wltuut. nun m iure.t)'ilvkf Imi uull'WT. Writ" !. r Mil lulunn. lion. .rlra. eto Ranierr.s Fif! Meal .rr... .... n. sruwln frr.1 '.ml it 2idll.,0Mt.l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. IMBIUGE. Editor and Publisher IS. DAYTON Tuesday. JOHNSON 90,000 POUNDS SOLD r I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1916 Dies at Her Home in Henderson Prices Ranged From $3.00 to $13.80. Bidding Quick and County Leaves Husband and Spirited. Everybody Pleased Three Sons Funeral Held NEXT SALE FRIDAY, EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals lflc per line and 5c for each additional insertion. FEB. 18 Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charxed for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. 1M! If it is not correct please notify its. KM DENT'S TOUK IN Prt-sidoti- t THE WEST. Wilson's tour of the middle West in The result of of the adoption of n new military and naval policy by the, United State will lie recorded in cnnirro. Lhe President has beon cordially received wherever he went. I In addresei have been listened to with respect: and he ha impressed hi personality on tl ousand of citizens who have hitherto accepted him not on his own merits, but as a leader satisfactory to one in whom they have confidence. small concerns that had to have dycstuil's in a hurry, no matter what tho price happened to be. It is perfectly true that men, in urgent need of dyes, are being obliged to buy in drug stores, or wherever they can get what they want. Manufacturers have even bought up When a man has to have dye, he is crlud to take live samples. if he can't get the 5.000 pounds that he would like to have. pounds It is known that syndicates have sent representatives to China to buy dye.stulls that entered China from Germany before the war. The Chinese liave a great fondness for colored paper and bright lined fabrics therefore they were among the best customers that Germany had before Germany's extensive business in making dycstuil's for the world was interrupted by tho war. no competition, such as a river mea.low, where lhe spring freshets haU' dropped tin; seed on fertile soil NEW YOKK CENT HE OF WOKLD'S FUH TRADE. nnd the routs van get down to water. New York has become the centre of the world's fur trade, the We all know the type, the noble trunk international bazaar for trading in skins, the market which deter- of massive girth tapering very gradually upward to the first spring of mines the price of furs everywhere. In the month of January, the branches and then dissolving Into thoo New York Iutr Auction Sales Corporation, organized for the pur- branches as a water jet might dissolve pose of bringing the world's fur headquarters to that city and In many upward and out curving tho the whole is lost of the trade, held a ttcnms till foliage. I.Ike many Inother wrestling fiom the English their dictator-hit- ) pray of the great auetinn shIc of pelts there tecently. For many years, in fact trees that grow alone. It develops an until tho war changed the situation. England London dominated exquisite symmetry. Hut with the elm over so many other entei prises. this symmetry Is not only one of genthe fur trade, as it held tho mn-teeral contour, but of Individual limbs. was worth 20 cents, i'0 cents Not only Is the silhouette symmetrical, If London said a No. 1 inuskmt New York will now dictate but the skeleton also, branch balancbecame the price all over the world. ing branch. prices. That Is what gives It its lemiirknblo . American dealers now have the once -- ecure feeling as to safety lltness to comport with architectural lines, with geometrically designed of their financial relations. They prefer to trade at home. it has a formal structure and a consequent dignity which make It tlui DYES NOW NOUGHT AT It ETA I L. logical slimlo for a village street, a Dyes have become so scarce that small manufacturers in urgent chapel, a library, the scholarly procession lu cap and gown. Add to that digneed of coloring material have had to pick up whatever sup- nity Its arched and airy lightness and plies they could at retail drug stores. In more than one store the Its splendid size and you have the king entire stock of dyes put up in small packages has been bought for of urban trees. Waller Prichard Eaton In Century. Is ry vis-tn- Mr. Wilson Iris placed himself in a position in which any substantial increase in the army and navy by the conitrcs will be construed ns a victory for him. lie has been emphatic on our need for improved defences on the land and sea: he has been careful not to conimitt himself irrevocably to any spocilic plan. Keturnin;.' from the most important expedition the President has ever undertaken mi fur tno-- t important to his personal fortunes and also to the nation he will learn that the object he hoped to accomplish has not yet been done. His object registered in the intellects of thor-- in whom his immediate dependence ruti.--t rest and whose continued opposition will mean certainly partial, and not improbably complete, failure, of his enterprise. sixtv-fourt- h Mrs. Dayton Johnson, of Hebbards vllle, Henderson county, died nt her home Monday, nfter an Illness of eleven months of tuberculosis. She was horn In Henderson county, March 111, IS87. Hefore het marrlaue she was Miss Willlf Il nnbletou, tlnugh tur of Mr. ntid Mrs. Wm. Ilninbleton, prominent citizen In that community, She was married to Mr. D.iyton John sou, December ill), 9 3 To this lllil'iii three children were born. Alts JohtiMin wrh a faithful member of tlie Hunt church there. Shu Is survived by her husb.ind and three sous, William Dayton, Hnmbleton and Sidney Allen Johnson. The funeral services were conducted from the residence Tuesday, with in terment in the Kimwnod Cemetery ill Owensboru, Mrs. Johnon was a niece of Mrs. C. 15. Liglitfoot, of this city, Mr. aud Mrs. Liglitfoot attended the funeral. 1 1 . lt KING OF URBAN TREES. dualities That Adopt tho Elm to Ar chitectural Surroundings. The elm Is cseiUlnlly a self sullleieut tree. It does not thrive in groves. It law a stand. ml type of Its own, aud It either attains this type or Is lost to view. Tile elm which conies to ma- fast week's snlos at the Hreckcn ridge Loose Leaf House were net as large as former sales. About IW.000 pounds passed undor the Summer at fairly uood prices. Tho bidding was spirited and tho buyers were e nth us I astlc and kept Mr. Kobcrtson busy, Put he was master of the situation and never lost a point, but gained several. Everybody seemed to ho In a good state of mind and the sale had a pleas Ing and satislled effect on both buyers and sellers. Out of the ,00 baskets sold there This sale wore only six refections. made nine In the series and over 9OO, 000 pounds has passed from the prodnccr to the manufacturer - This means nearly f.0.000 put Into the hands of the farmers in the last nine weeks. It ought to make times good In old Ilreckenrldee and they aro good If wc would only think so. The loose leaf way seems to be growing more popular with every sale. The next sale Friday, February 18. Following Is a list of sales at the Brcckenridge Loose Leaf Sales. Dark Sales. II. Miller sold 1,430 pounds J. J9.-10- Elf II H II Mill II n III; II I if'! III '. 1 1 I ; j'i'i f 'YAXUVXj I1 MORE THAN ONE-HAL- F THE MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES IS NOT IN THE BANKS. NEARLY EVERY PAPER YOU PICK UP TELLS NOW SOMEONE HAS BEEN ROBBED. WHERE IS YOUR MONEY? IS IT SAFE IN OUR BANK OR UNSAFE IN YOUR HOUSE OR POCKET? IT IS "DANGEROUS" TO CARRY MONEY OR HIDE IT. A BURGLAR MAY KILL YOU. THAT'S HIS BUSINESS? QUIT BEING CARELESS AND BANK YOUR MONEY. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 turity KkIiiI Is usually the one which haa in a favored spot where there at at Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. , J. P. Smith .KMO, $0.SO, $6, $S.20, $7 00, $0.80, $5.10. sold 1,810 pounds Sii.c-O- , THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. 1.60. J. F. Thomas sold 1,310 pounds at .44.00, $5-iSi.co, $3 ;o, ;;i so. Cooper aud Hor.sley sold 1,145 pounds at $9.g0, $10, $0 00, $0 4O, $6 SO, 1,940 pounds at 6.S0, $(I.S0, $7.10, X . Tom Sheeran sold :ig5 pounds at $7. J. M. Hook sold 620 pounds at $5. W 60, :! 9O. Clarence llasham sold 550 pounds at ?12, s :io. 40 $2.90. B. O. Frank sold 1,4 15 pounds at $11, 11 00, $14. $4, $10, $0.00, $7.00, $7.50, C. L. Miller sold 1,125 pounds at $7, SO.SO, $5 SO. Chas. Adkisson sold S45 pounds at $! 9(1, $S.IK, $9.10, $7.g0, $0.30, $050, $4.$3.i0, $3. W. F. Frank sold ."!l5 pounds at$11.50, $10.10. W. C. Frank sold 9'.'5 pounds at $9, $7.10, $7.50, $7. Claude Kennedy sold 1,740 pounds at $0.40, $7.10, $0, $9.90, $8.30, $6.00, HARDINSBURQ, KY. 5..rA Will Spencer sold l..'.0, $4.70, 14. jg fat 1 111 cc vaiiuciua ui yyhc renting sj MOSTLY AMERICAN Sj m Bought before the recent advances in price. We have various styles. Write us for prices. Freight js! paid to your nearest railroad station. We can make J$t m prompt shipment fL.HLIlU Incorporated JAKE WILSON, w MILL, lA)MtANY, FORDSVILLE, KY. im iBi Manager A LUCKY STONE. Circuit Court Convenes. Circuit court convened at Hardins-bur- g layman Monday. Judge JR- Henry and Commonwealth's Attrrm-opened court Muurmnn De Haven promptly at ti o'clock. Tin grand jury was empaneled and instructed by both Judge Layman and Judge. Moorman, who laid the law be fore the jury in pretty .strong language-regardinThese inelection frauds. structions will be published In full next week. There was a good crowd present, considering weather conditions :iud bad roads. From the number of cases on the docket It will take tho whole time of three weeks to dispose of them. List of Jurors. Following is a list of the grand and petit jurors court. for the present term of GRAND JURY. J. A. Dean, foreman; H. C. Stuart, Austin Arm3, John Akers, G. I). Heard, T, F. Brown, 1'. L Davis, 7. T. Stlth, W. D. Halo, John Lyddan, B F. May and Klchnrd McAfee. PETIT JUHV. George I'avne, J. O. liaker, Ilussel Hendrlck, J. R. Mattingly, J. II, Mor fan, H. II. Norton, S. H. Dandy, (irlf fen Kasey, II. K. Law6on. Mike Miller, Cleave Heudrick, M. H. Dowell, Con Mattlnclj't l K. Scott, J. T. Skillman, E. A. Moore, K. Flnley, Geo. V. May, J. I,, llenniuger, Ves Durham, H. L. Dalton, J. 0, Dellaven, John Jennings and Jake Kendall. Rebels Capture Chlng King. York, Feb. II. Itoports Now reached hero of the canturo of tho Chlni; King by the Chinese rebels. According to tho report tho rebels havo been Joined by government troops In Um district. Maybe the Part It Played Was Merely That of Coincidence. In his book, "Tho Magic of Jewels and Charms," George F. Kunz relates this little story of n lucky stone and. the adventures of Its owners: "Some years ago a meteorite wna given to Edward Heron Allen, tho famous writer on palmistry and tho violin, nnd this gifted man always wore It about him. One morning ho awakened to find that the entire roof above him bad fallen In. except Just that portion over his bed. "Ho told the story to one of the best WHEN YOU GREET A FRIEND. known ladies In Iloston, one who Is Tell Him He's Looking Fine and See known for her public spirit, her love of art and her faultless manner of enterHow It Cheers Him. taining. This lady successfully urged "ISy George, old man. you are looking Allen to give her tho meteorite. fine!" "A few days later, while out driving, Did you ever notice how you perl; up, a great truck with two runaway horses feeling no matter how poorly you were attached to It struck her carriage. Inbefore, when some friend greets you In stinctively she raised her muff to prothat way? tect her face. The muff was almost According to the secretary of tho cut In two, but the lady was not hurt. Colorado board of health, the human A few days walklater, while shu system Just naturally begins to tono ing under some scaffolding, was it fell, and up under the stimulus of such greettho oihmi part where tho hoists went ings. up proved to bo Just where sho stood. He declares It Is an aid to health Although surrounded by ruin, she reand a be'p In preventing disease, and mained unharmed." to that end he advocates a "tell your Whether the stono was a factor lu friends how well they look" movement averting disaster to Its owners In their "It Is ant only bad tasto to talk of moments of peril Is, however, a matter your pains and ailments," says tho apart from tho facts In tho case. doctor, "but n reflection on your Intelligence and knowledge of sanitation How to Quit Smoking. and good health. We nro not far from Do not light tho first cigar less than tbo time when tho cause of Illness will half au hour after breakfast. Tho more hnvo to be accounted for personally. dHIIcult this delay may bo "In other words, nature Is no longer need there Is for n cure. Thotho inoro remaingoing to )o bltwucd for sickness when der of tho day suioko tho same ns It Is simply tho result of Ignorance, In- usual. It la only tho llrst cigar with difference or wrong ways of living." which wo aro dealing. Keep this up Do you not think It worth giving tho for n week, then lengthen tho interval Men a try' doctor's to an hour for another week, then Wo do! So hero goes: make It one and n half hours, two, "Iiy George, you are looking flnol" two nnd a half, and so on. If you Simla Fe New Mmlean. havo an "all gone" sensation, n longing for something, eat au orange or PENSIONS OF SI, 200,000. applo or almost any kind of fruit, but don't smoke tiulll tho time Is up. The Yearly Amount Paid to Retired Min nerves, being deprived of their morning stliiiiiluut, nro crying for nourishment, isters and Widows and Orphans. The Methodist church paid SlJOO.OOO which nature Is hastening to supply In pensions to retired ministers and through Increased nppetito to supply Uy the time tbo first cigar widows nud orphans of ministers dur- digestion. ing 1015, according to tho annual re- Is entirely eliminated tho euro Is efport of Dr. Joseph II. Illngelcy, secre- fected with no serious derangement of tary of the board of conference claim- tho henrt or dlgcstlvo apparatus. Exants, submitted at the aiiiiual meeting change. of the board In Chicago. Fifteen million dollars Is needed for Buys Store at Big Spring. tho pension fund. Dr. Illngeley's report tnld, and of this amount $(1,000,000 Is J. II. Carter lias purchased the store of Vow In tho treasury of tho coufereuco. H. Meyer at 111k Spring and Is now the sole proprietor Mr, Carter has beeu a clerk in the store for twenty-seve- n years and became manager of it some time ago. J. Davis sold 1,01s pounds at $3. 20, $3 60, $5 SO, $5.10. J. W. Kennedy sold 1,110 pounds at . $0, fj.lK). $5.60, $3".10.SfJ.ri Henry Hall sold 730 pounds at $7.70, $3..'10 $0 20. Itlll Withers sold 1,000 pounds at $3. 10, $4, $3.10. IJryan Miller sold 995 pounds at $11, C. .'! A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE--Get- s Repeat Orders $504.60 $9, J3.10. A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE Makes More and Better Loaves Ambrose Mudd sold 1,425 pounds at $8.20, $0.i0, $1. $3.80, $3, $3.50. Orval Frank sold 1,435 pounds at $1.30, $3.60, 54, $3.80, $4.S0, $1.10, $3. Clint Norton sold 2,0s0 pounds at 10, ?:!, $3.90, $0, $8.30, $il 10, $13.80. Gense Ulake sold O65 founds at $6 OOi $7.00. Morton and Evans sold 7O5 pounds at 50.20. $3, $8 80, $1.40. Dolph Dellaven sold 1,200 pounds at $5, ?4.20, $3 10, $4.80. Jack Lyons sold 1,205 pounds at $7 10, $6 30, $3,30, $3.20. G. T. Squires sold 1,460 pounds at $1.00, $7.10, $630. $4.3. $3Mike Miller sold DC0 pounds at $4, $S.20, $1, $3.60. Pctu Sheeran sold 1,605 pounds at $7.50, $4 50, $5.50, $6.10. Boone Kmery sold 1,315 pounds at , $6, $4.40, $5. $0. $7.50. Payne Brothers sold 2,070 pounds at $13, $8.60, $0.40, $5.50, $5.10, $4.90, $5-5- IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write ns LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Keep It In Mind V. G. Louisville Stock Market. Babbage, Man's Glove in Steel Trap. Thomas O'Donoughue says he had from his crib all winter and couldn't tell where it was going. He discovered a place in his crib where the corn was missing and set a steel trap in a wagon bed and run the wagon under this place. The next morning he went to his trap and found a man's glove tight and fast in the trap. Now he is in favor of the county buying blood hounds to run down just such cases as this. Notary Public Strong Prices on Cattle Hogs Decline 15 Cents. been missing corn $4 50. H. M. Craven sold 455 pounds at $3.30, $3.80, $7.10, $5.60, $3. Hook and Mingus sold 005 pounds at $3.10, $3.70, $4.40. C. J. Alexander sold 2,255 pounds at $9.r.o, $7, $3.10, $7, $7.20, $(i CO. Geo. Squires sold 345 pounds at $8.30, $3.10, $5. Scott Smart sold 555 pounds at $3, $3 00 $3 30 $4. W. T. Rhode? sold 1,50 pounds at $9.00, $050, $0, $9.30, $7.70, $7.20. C. Payne sold 335 pounds at $8.40, $8 Geo. Pate sold 755 pounds t $7, f4.5. $4.80, $3.50. Only n moaerate supply of cattle whs received for Monday's market at the Bourbon Stock Yards and an advance of 10c to 15c on choice butchers was The choice handy weight butchers were scarce nnd found quick-salut the advance, but the medium aud the common were dull. There were only a few prime heavy steers on the market and prices steady on that sort. The best load in the steer division changed hands at $7 75, come others at $7.25 and $7.50 Liberal runs ut other western centers Weddings. brought about a decline of Is cents all Hardlnsburg, Feb. 1. (Special.) through the hog market, top weights Miss Lcona Kennedy and Mr. Charlie selling at $8 '5. Hest corn fed hogs, Alexander, Miss Genlvievu Wheatley 165 pounds nnd up, JS.2."; 120 to 160 and Mr. Joseph Alexander will be pmimis, $7.70; pigs, $0.60; roughs, married at St. Romauld's church the $7.25 down. e 1 Visitor From South Dakota. Sir. Paul Haynes, of Newall, South Dakota, is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Frank Frnlze. Mr. Haynes came in to visit his father, Mr. Henry Haynes, of Bluff City, Ky., his first visit home in seven years. Mr. Hayues has taken up land in South Dakota and is doing well. He likes the country and expects to take up more land. He is a welcome visitor in Cloverport, the old home of his father. twenty-third- . Subscribe Today Miss Gertrude Harrell and Mr, Willis Hlnton will be married at St. Mary's at McQuady Tuesday. The ceremony will be performed by Rev. Knue. Miss Anna McGary and Mr. Paul O'Conuell. Rev. Knue will say tbo A Fine Porker. Gets Furlough. Mrs. Emma Skillman received a mes sage from her son, William White, stating that he would be home soon 'for a three months furlough. He has been in bad health for some time fnd is I coming home for a rest. John McGovern, living near town, sold to N. H. Qulgglns last Friday a ten months old hog that weighed I9I pounds dressed, Mr. McGovern says that he only had the pig in a pea four weeki. ceremony. S&e Breckenrldge News WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 1910 ICy American Theater Entered nt tlio Post OITlIco nt Olorcrport, as second class matter. Warvts Niitr Advertisers ppiii notify the editor you when want advertisement discontinued. 'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Thursday, Mar. 16th Watch This Paper For Particulars II. Y. This Week s Special: Best Values in ft ft ft ft GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES What? ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Column Eggs In this ONE CENT PER WORD Tor Sale SALE - Larjc A and Small Farms RUEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS P. l Services will be led Sim- - their nelce, Miss Louise $ 2,W For Precinct and city Offices Si 5.00 lay evening by group 3; Miss Anna M. Covers were set for ten guests. Tor Rent Farm For County Offices I'lirrow farm $ lfi.00 Kramer, ns leader For State and District Offices FOR RENT .lolinHike: Wneres! 2iemiles from oil dwell on 10 Tlio Baptist Ladles' Misiionary So ing! tolKii-eMoorman Monarch. liam nnd Moek li.irn; terms: t7.'i For Calls, per line Uisli Clnis. II. art. Admlnlstr ilor. Ilnr- 1 with ciety met Tuesday afternoon For Cards, per line 2. illnsliurg, Ky., Miss Sardh Dean Monrmm, daughter Mrs. T. C. Tousey. For All Publications iu the interW R Moorman, of Wanted Salesman Mr and Mrs Oils Whtelan. of Flah of Mr. and Mrs. est of individuals or expression Salesman lo look after our 10 erty, are the proud parents of n little Glen Dean, and Mr. Sam H. Monarch, WANTED In Ilreeklnrlilge and iiilhu-cii- t In Individual views per line of son of Mr. John Monarch, of Kirk, were eountlcs. Salary or eommlsslnn. Address 8. ft: girl, born February quietly married nt '1 o'clock Saturday, Lincoln 1)11 Co , Clercliitid, Ohio. C. l'ale and daughter, Miss Mrs. H. Train Schedule on February I'i, in Cincinnati. Wants a Place. Claudia Pate, returned Sunday night Mrs. Monare.l is an attractive and acANTED A plaee lo erop Loyd Hay- from n visit i:i Louisville. L. H. & complished young woman who will be eraii. iiariiinsnurg, ivy. Mrs. Dr. John H.Kiucheloe.of Hardins- - missed in that community. Mr. Mim-nre- h Farm For Sale. burg, will" come tomorrow to be the holds the position as Assistant Effective September 19, 1915. SA I.EtMl acres llineslonn valley land guest of Miss Lula Severs I miles south of Kirk, uearsi'hool under Mr. Giodpaster, at FOIl Treasurer mid ehnrelu s. liood grain, clover and HurSamples of our beautiful line of wall Frankfort. kast no IT N I) ley land: n el I watereil w.tli sprlngsjlmprove-inents- V," Cloverport No. 143 will leave liariiund paper will be brought to your home fcr Altera short wedding trip they will incline mice tnh.ieeo nnd two tensinek harm Arriving JrvliiRtnn . Ming. rooms nit houses. Arrlvlnit lmltvllle. . ... .12:10- 1. S . the asking. Select early, lung later, nuke their home nt Frankfort. Trice low. ha cash ami li ilaneuon tirms to No. 144 will leave Cloverport suit tnirchascr. further Information write f you wish. s Arriving IrvliiRton ... .1. M. Crenshaw. Ilardlushurg No. 1, Ky. .... i :10 , . Airlvlnc Louisville. Edward Gregory & Sons. ? 5:07 A. l. No. 14B will leave Cloven.ort. ... For Sale Partridge Rock Cockerels swl A. ai. Arriving IrvlnKton : Temperance Kally Day.serviccs will IIOUNI) Partridge Kock V. DUNCAN SAtiE WEST stock MRS. H. Colt lO'M A. M. be observed in the Methodist Sunday ' Cockerels.- - Mrs.. h lin Xevitt. Irvliigtmi, Clovcrport No. 141 will leavu ICy. It. K. I) CLOVERPORT, KY. 121 Arrlvlwr Owenslxiro... school next Sunday morning. J - Uu ArrlvlnR llondcrjpn 1.- -1 fl Will Entertain the Wednesday ft Arriving Shorthorns Mrs. Earl Weatherholt and Miss Eada ..40 LSI. ft Club Saturday Afternoon at ft ArrlvlnK St. Louis. shorthorn bull 4 7:00 . S . Parrish, of Tobinsport, recently visited FOIl SALE--blood red.e Two-ThirNo. 143 will leave Cloverport... price w:lto .1. I'. Her Home From j McOary. Kirk. Ky - 7:30 . M. Dr. Parrish mid Mrs. Parrish ArrlvliiRHawusvllle. '1 Arriving Owtnsboro . ... hiisi.m. to Five O'clock. U'51 V. M. Paul II, Wilson, the little son of Mr. No. 145 will loavo Clovcrport For Sal- e- Desk, Bone Cutter. Safe - rz:- ArrlvlnijOwcnsboro... - - r jys? S. E. Wilson is slowly recov- . I desk. f A. M. and Mrs. Arrlvlns Henderson FOIl SALE One roll topgood us II inches . new; one una Isine cutter, Arriving Evatisvllle ering from a severe spell of pneumonia. particulars address Miss Arriving St. Louis kitchen s ife. Mrs, II. V. Duncan will entertain iu Mary .1. Connies. Ilardlu-hiirg- . Ill, Ky. K0 A. M.. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and little son, No. 147 will leave Clovcrport .... :4A. M. Frances, of Louisville, were the week honor of her niece and namesake, Miss Arriving Owcnshoro... A. Arriving Henderson -. For Sale 10 Acres Farm end guests of their parents, Mr. and Louise ISahlmgef batunlay atteruoou, the COlt SALE 10 acres good, level land: terms nineteenth of February from Ailuri-si;. r. ciiomes, i; . noxss iii rry Mrs. Tom Holder to five o'clock. The guests will include Hinilevaril. Louisville, Kv. Davis, of Warsaw, Ky , ar Mr. Perry members of the Wednesday Club. Mules For Sale rived Wednesday night to spend several the horse mules, poll uSALE- - Two ia minus: one four years Mr. One days at the St. George Hotel. n nek 11 o iiiriiL i.iv. hands high: liroke. Ileauchuuip & Burton. Mc- Davis is the guest of Miss Virginia Week End Party. Peov. Alvnir. and Personal Paragraphs About Gavock. Miss Mary Xevitt was hostess to a ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner Julian Lawsou left Monday for Cin week end party nt her home at Basin will Parties and Receptions. Church cinnati after a visit to Miss Susette Saw- Springs. Miss Her guests were: Announcements. yer. Mr. Lawson has accepted a posi- Pauline Browr, of Vine Grove; Miss tion in the U. S mail service, and his Mary Gibson, Cloverport; Miss Mary 15 12 v many Cloverport friends wish him suc- Alexandtr, Robert Lyon, Hubert Lyon, In scaled sanitary cans. Finest for tal lo iro mul baking. Ask your grocer for it. Semi Israel Holder was in Louisville yester cess. E.Uvin King ami Hilliard Biggs. card for booklet of Prizo liecipea to day. FOR SALE llarred Rock Ringlets T. DOTF A SON'S fhey Eil Morrison, of Irvingtoti, is visiting eggs, E. 11. Thompson (train. 020 Duquesno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. weigh and lay. Safe arrival and good relatives here. 1 MlSiSSlPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE St. Valentine Social. guaranteed. Miss Eva Lee May is spending a few hatches in Mrs. Frank English, 3331! acres, nbout 2000 open. Some days in Louisville. 30 tenant In cultivation. houses. Cloverport, Ky. relatives at About 1000 acres bottom land, balance Misslleulah Pate visited Mr. and Mrs. John D. llabbage and The Epworth League members, of rolling to hilly, hut practically all subStephensport Saturday. daughters, Miss Louise llabbage and this city, were honored with a St. Val- ject to cultivation. Crass grows in Robert Tinius left Friday night for Miss Mildred Habbage, went to Louis- entine social at the home of Mr. nnd abundance, on all this tract. About flvo ville yesterday to attend the wedding of Mrs. John Burn Monday uight. Miss ml.es from Railroad. Watered by livKansas City, Mo., for a visit. ing stream. In otio of tlio healthiest Mrs. Ilabbage's niece, Miss Florence Edith Burn was hostess. localities In the state. Price $15.00 per Mrs. Roy Bcatty. of Irvington, was Allen Fairleigb, and Mr. Frank Ger- acre. For further Information regardthe guest of Mrs. Harder last week. ing Mississippi and Tennessee land uiaine Ilury, write us, we handle them. Going Away Party. Mrs. P. J. Kramtr returned Thursday Association The Parent-Teacher- s' M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, from a visit to relatives nt Laseyvtlle, Ky. met Friday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock. Land Department, Mrs. Tony Nicholas and Mrs. Wm. wall- - It was decided to hold the next meet Owing to the shortage of dyes Pate were hostess Friday evening at BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, N'aehvillo. Tenn. ing at night, which will be February Mrs. Pate's home to a going away win mimr ...111 .iuviiut. a .in nr . rn ahnilL . pering time. Book your orders now IS. The meeting at that time will be party in honor of Robert Tinius, who CLOVER BWSiVtitii a social one. All are requested to left that night for Kansas City, Mo, SWEET and get the benefit ol the low prices, bring a donation for the Domestic The guests included the younger set. Edward Gregory & Sons Direct from grower. Large cultivated Daniel I'ath, of Louisville, is the Science Department, either in money Music was enjoyed during the evening biennian while nnd vsllow; hulled and unhulltd. Also spt ci.il scarified for full . guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill. or something useful, for that depart and refreshments were served. and prompt Prices and Tobinsport, ment. We are striving to make that circulars sent free MissMjrtlc Hawkins, of work helpful, but cannot do much unmare mules we fa We have 13 choice JOHN A. S1IEEIIAN, spent Priday here, the guests of friends. less we have equipment. Come and FALMOUTH, KY. R. D. No. 4. Mission. Study Class will meet help us in any way you can. to sell at once. If you will need a good team The want MISSIONARY SOCIETY Thursday night with Mrs. narry w u ij If. opportunity this spring you will not have is V. Our new line of 1010 wallpaper liauis, Of Methodist Church Has Lovely ft v to suit purchasers. like this. guest of now ready for your inspection. We Mrs. Sallie Dellaven is the lectin; U1IU Entertainment iS Ira Stone Dellaven, at carry many pretty patterns in stock jj Hominy. her nephew, ready to hang on a short notice. HI Louisville, Edward Gregory & Sons. Ky. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Mattingly, of Paynes, Mrs. John G. Mrs, Cloverport, Ky. vill, is the guest of her daughter, The Woman's Missionary Society of Telephone 56-- J Al)lHESS Gus Wheelan. the Methodist church had a splendid meeting Monday afternoon after which League Services will be Epworth LADIES READING CLUB the members gave n beautiful enterconducted Sunday eveulug by Mrs. M ft e. in honor of Miss Louise C. McDonald. Attorney-at-Latfj Beautifully Entertained By A tainment TO EXCEL THE F0KKERS. The event was planned for the !k POR SALE Pleating Machines for Mrs. Frank English For Airs,. Real Estate Sold and Ivxehanged, bride-eleby Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaven, dress trimmings, airs making the latest William Smart. Deeds, Contracts, Kte., Prepared anc"American Airship Now Being Built V the president, and the members. The J. II. Rowland. acknowledged. will Be Six Times as Large. program was arranged by Mrs. F. M. Robert E. Moorman, of Glen Dean, Kentucky O. Douglas Wutilrop. editor of the Smith, superintendent of the Soclnl Cloverport, in Cloverport, the spent the week-enAerial Age. member of the Aero Club The Ladies Reading Club was beauti- Service department, who was assisted guest of friends. of America nnd American Society of RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. bv her daughter, Miss Jane Smith. The pint ot water add 1 oz. nnyAefoiuiutle Kugineers. told the cadets To Manv new features we are introduc fully entertained by Mrs. Frank English decorations Of the Sunday School room Rum, halfsmall box ot llarbo Compouuii.nud Instructors nt West Point that the for a of at her home Thursday afternoon ing this year in the modern methods were under the direction ol Mrs. John nnd H oz. ot glycerine. Apply to the liaiirjulted States Is developing n machine hanging. If you want the best and the Mrs William Smart, one of the most A. Ross and were charmingly carried twice a week until It becomes tlio desired , the nlr that will be more wtrriil shade. Any druggist can put this up ot rignt. loved members of the club. After the Prices latest, consult us. machine recently built you can mix It nt homo at very little cort.thun the reading by Miss Lizzie Skillman and out in accordance with the day. ' Hanging none better. Miss llabbage was presented with a Full directions for maklntr and use conn In Geniuiliy. Miss Kate Oglesby a delicious buffet In each box ot Iiarbo Compound. It will ..w ilrt, doveloplng n machine that Edward Gregory & Sons. Kmy was served. Little red bask handsome bouquet of Narcissus and gradually darkon Btreakcd, faded excel-- " "I repioMMit the gleatest iielileemtiit Rhodes, of McDanlels, was luncheon Philip pink sweet-peaafter which Mrs. Frank hair, and removes dandrufT. It is AND THE said men III nerlal triinsporttition. - ets, characteristic of the St. Valentine Frnize falling hair and will make the guest of his sister, Mrs. N. juig- season, were filled . with read "An Old Sweetheart ot lent for and glossy. It will not color thejir, Wilrilrop. "It will be sis times s for hair soft glns, Wednesday. sticky or greasy, and does not,nrj;cr ,., ,luy yet trlo,i. It wlll cnrry each guest. Miss Louise llabbage, the Mine." Lovely music was rendered by Bcalp, is not Reid, Miss Francis Smith, ru 0 ' BRECKENRIDGE enough fuel to give It ti cruising range guest of honor, was complimented with Mrs. L. T. Aliss Lula Severs, Miss Evn May and miles nu of COO miles nt seventy-livbunch of red and white carnations. a hour. It will be propelled by seven moGARFIELD. The club will be entertained tomorrow Miss Eliza May. Others who contribImportance of Perfect Teeth By mail for One Year at tors, six of 100 horsepower nnd one of uted to the pleasure of the program QQ flfj afternoon by Mrs. A. II. Skillman, forty. Special price ol uOiUU were Mrs. A. R. Fisher and Mrs. S. H. w"1 "Tlu' C,BJ,I Atras Compton. an aged citizen o. Hendriekson. An unnatural set of teeth is repulEngagement Announced. A bullet luncheon was served In a the High. Plains neighborhood, dlecs,t,,,,;t,r!i Kentucky's :rciucst nowspapor sive to many people, and many emcargo of explosives. It of a , ployers will not employ people who ,L,n toas Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Parr, of Lodi-bur- moht attractive way with St, Valentine February 9 of a complication of It w delivered nt your homo ench are not pleasing in appearance, bewj,(., ,s reeoll ll0W ,. have announced the engagement greetings. A lurge number of guests eases and was buried Tliursday at the .,.,. day including your lioino pnjier, cause the consciousness of not apumi which will thinw n three imil one-Mof their daughter, Miss Lucile Parr, to were present, who closed the bright nnd Horsley burying ground near here. well robs anyone of comhappy atternoou with the song "Toke inch shell. This Is achieved Inand Mrs. Emmett Horsley pearing Mr. Wilbur Keys. The wedding will tit tlio price of ,f!5.0l) auubl sl",t wftu " H,"l0 ox- fort and courage and reduces efficitended the entertainment nt Hardlns ,mvl"S take place Thursday afternoon, Feb- the Nume of Jesus With You." K0 0!,e,T? other "i "0 ,'llrtm ency and earning power. burg Friday night. ruary 21, at three o'clock, at the home tlon the This Offer Positively Expires of the bride's parents in Lodiburg. Martin-Dalto- n. Mr. and Mrs. Lannle I'oole havcg0 i opposite direction, ncutrullz-move-- niiihlier nf large nnd small M) to Win ncres e:irli. l or Iiirs write Win. Adklstnn. Ilnrdlnslmra. Kv.. Habbnge'1 or James t), Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. FUlt New Laces and ft ft ft Embroideries ft ft Bio Selection ft .V. '' ft .St V m & as ft & The L, St. R'y. w $ & 5c and lOc Per Yard GET YOURS NOW & ft ft ft :: :: Si ,9':''' j .. . ft . .J. High-tirad- e ft J. ?: C. NOLTE & BRO. 1 lilgh-grinl- 1 ty siji'Sr t rr.- two-thirt- IFor Sale!! registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and a good looker; trade for other stock. horses and mules or Will sell which we want to go at once. for cash or bankable note. Write us your wants. Local News P CWe also have l g S 8 h Beard Brothers i Hardinsburg, Ky. J( SEED gern-ination- MULES FOR SALE another Terms I J Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 1 Dentist I Dean, Js i I V. G. BABBAGE B.ib-bag- Special Offer! DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD d s, hai-sho- bon-bon- NEWS e ''"' g, dls-CU- Il i""' T' 'T ,, 11 For Special Care Consult C Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Ofllc Kentucky. our Bank ol Htrdlntburg f Trull Co. to Hensley. lug the reeoll." Miss Annie G. Martin and Mr. Jtsse --f V- CiHS: Mr. Clint Davis Is very sick wit! Daltou were married Saturday, Feb rtolinhtful ninnrtr Partu $ runry 1'.', at the home of the bride's pneumonia. any 'tc,;inif iM,n, itoa"9' V"" Miss Nell Cashman is visiting friend, For parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Martin, who itch, scald eczema live on Thos. H. Withers' farm, near head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Olnt-50- c Hardlnsburg. They will reside at Kirk, mil, uoiii irtUcus is vary sick. a ment Is highly recommended. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Bnbbage were y where Mr. Dalton Is employed by But very few plant bids have beenbox at all stores, delightful family host and hostess at a Brothers. burned. Farmsri say they never . Saturday evening in honor of C-- the d on February 28, 1916 s-- ii.,.j Send Your Subscriptions to Mat-tingl- The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. dinner Ashes from fumed woolen or cotton cloth are used for healing wounds. WjlPI.l..ilMI CLOSING DAYS PROMISE RUSH General Assembly Passed Session in Three Weeks amend (ho text book adoption law to provide that not moro than threo sub- T jects ot study shall bo chnnged at any ono year was recommitted with leave to bring It forth at any time. This bill has passed tha Scnato and will bo substituted for the Uouso Dill. IS SELF POISONING Causes of TAX REVISION PUSHED ASIDE It Will Be Tho solons arc beginning to take Governor Stanley has accepted an Form of Ailment. ptock now that tho session of tho GenInvitation to attend tho bamiuot of Is moro than half over. tho Moso Grcon Club In I.oulsvlllo on To eral Assembly has n bill that ho reFew Bills , Every man who tho ovcnlng of February 28th. SCSSlOIl Few realize what n great number of lies on to pass In order to square him- people, among those who live lit such self with his constituents Is beginClose Lieut. Governor Illack, President of' ning to flguro on how ho can get It cities as tills, suffer from tho Stato Senate, Is very proud of his This condition, which has caused through tho legislative maze that now C. ALLEN IS OUSTED gavel. It Is of solid Ivory with nn so imieli discussion, is nothing more nor confronts him. ebony handle and a band of sterling of vitnl somo less than There will likely silver with the Inscription "Presented STATE-WID- E DEFEATED "Jockeying from now bo and all fancy organs a slowthe very foundation of on, sort? It is to Lieut. Gov. James D. Illack by tho Morrow Raises a Rumpus Over arguments will bo brought to bear ninny ailments. of Sunday schools of Barboursvlllo, Ky. Deal For "Stanley" County December 25, 1915." It was Intended to get tliolr by tho anxious solons When the organs become weakened time for n. Christmas gift but somo delay Which Is Being Investigated. from any cause they are unable to throw Woman Suffrage Is Placed on Calen- measures advanced before the when they must trust to the tendet off the accumulations of waste matters. occurred by tho manufacturers nnd ho Make inorcles of tho Rules Committee. dar In House Republicans received It tho first week In February. The putrefactive germs soon begin to Ky, Special Rovlston Frankfort, Plans for State Convention March 1.1 I work and the sufferer in their deadly of Rovcntio and Taxation laws, conQintn.it Mn timli ilt nil wna defeated get It has been decided by tho Demo- ) finally Is a direct victim of poisons In tho House of Representatives fall-lnsidered to bo the most needed legis- cratic leaders to put through measin his own system. to recelvo the noeosenry three-fifth- s generated right tho State l. to Frankfort, Ky. (Special) With the of this lation In Kentucky, will In all prob- ures Among the common results by six votes. senatorial and legislative districts closing of tho 191G session of the are jaundice, hard ability bo handled at a special session strongly urged by tho Republicans. 51 for submission The vote stood Kentucky Legislature near at hand, and 10 against. cold, constipation, indigestion and fer of tho General Assembly to bo called Tho redisricting bills thnt will During the ilebato on this measure mi'iititit' of food, biliousness, sick head- - by Governor Stanley, after tho adthere Is much speculation as to what have tho backing of tho Domocrats backaclies, (liarrnea, iim.uic.h, journment of tho regular session In the House trouble nroso between bills will bo passed to remedy business will carry out tho constitutional proB. Harvey, ol pains in the kidney region aim ncrum. about tho middle of March. vision that not moro than two counties conditions. It was expected that more Representative W. Dixon, Webster county, and Repro- - "ess This continues to bo tho general shall be Joined together In ono legiswould be accomplished In tho early sentatlvo J. D. I'umphrey, ot FlemTanlnc is designated especially to com, At tho present tlmo days ot tho present session, but a lngsliurg. bat this condition of congestion brought- Impression among tho solons who lative district. are mado up In threo us 1"""- realize tho great importance and tho several ot them Speaking In support of tho measure, 'about by auto intoxication great deal of time was taken up ovct counties and ono has four. Hell, liar-' ; ,,, sl,,ir ,hL. many problems In this connection lan, Leslie and Perry counties. the Pike County division, prohibition representative Harvey resented a that a Democratic member statement short )ack t(, .Uu.fforts-iwhIch w hnvo to bo wor)cd out. and woman suffrage, neither of which who voted for the bill was a bolter. It Is a most difficult task, duo to ican thcin anil meke them normal Remedial and constructive legisla- many conflicting Interests, but tho have made any headway towards be- He referred to the Democratic enliven-' Democratic leaders believe that thoy ing enacted. tion at Louisville last year as not rep-r() automobilist it might be said tlon is promised by tho Domocrats satisfactory prohlbl resenting tho real sentiment of the timt Tanlac acts as a spark plug in the now that the Pike County partition can got together on a appears that State-widit measure. It starts the vital party. Ho crltlcled Governor Stanley iiunm mechanism. ,g tlcfcatcd anJ ,t ,g claIme( that tlon has been put to sleep for all this harshly and accused him ot deceiving engines and then keeps thtni going at a j thcro will be no further session, being defeated In both the tho .!rva In pertain localities as to his properly regulated speed W. C. Allen, Republican, representaUouso and tho Senate. tive from Clinton and Wayne coun- M Tanlac is now obtainable in Clover divergence. question. attiti.ile on the state-widI'umphrey port, Ky., at the Wedding Drug Store, Representative The early days of February brought ties, was unseated by a vote of 57 to When The bill for tho proposed Stanley exp allied during floor his speech prceipitat- where it is being daily in the Sen- 12 county laid on the table trouble to tho Democratic ranks when 39, In favor of S. C. Dobbs, Democrat, troubi! He declared that he ia. the constantly ...creasing demand. who tho election." Party Representative Frank C. Greene, Car- - nca contested ate, Is not expected to be brought up woro drawn wlth tho oxcopton even tended to rote for state-trifagain. Vint mil Virt itlftvf If n hn rnntr.irv to nr roll rail, tho Pre- - rollton, and W. B. Harvey, of Dixon, of four Democratic members who Wltinnt suffrage unfavorably re- th(j p,atforn)f Woman ccauso he had pro- - paridness program by President WI1- - assumed tho rolo of Insurgents and voted against unseating Allen. Tho contest means that the Stato ported In both the House and the Sen- misej his constituents to support It, son was endorsed by the Senate. Tho said a lot of things about Governor havo ate, but brought out In the lower body but, he declared he could not remain joint, resolution was Introduced by Stanley, winding up by putting them- will pay over $G00 moro to Clinton-Wayn- a o being Senator Booles, of Spencer County. from the by a majority silent when the Governor was selves off the administration reserva- Representative over tho committee district than any of tho other n,,. wiuituMi, .... Hli;ii:ti:i l .I l.1n- - ui. tion when they voted with tha Re- ninety-onfuiu mill ..l I'l.ttuu uii mu districts. The Impeachment Committee de- He made charges -that a chamber-... ....... , . ... . f .1 . .1 V pears to be certain of defeat. f .... . 1. .. 111 m me publicans against unseating Win. C. Allen will receive $250 awarded him emeu iIU- .. . .. .. lliunu riiUlhiuu hub luiiuiio imaiU III it IIDLu The usual scramble at the eleventh cused Representative Harvey ot ap- - House on the petition for tho Impeach Allen, Republican, to the favor of S. for contest expenses in addition hav-C- . Dobbs. Democrat, whom a majority ing drawn ?300 in per diem besides hour Is expected by thoso who have proachlng her in his room with out- mCnt of J. E. Williams, Judge of Mc- Creary County. Tho majority icport, of tho House Committee determined Ms mlleago ana stationary allowance. stretched hands several weeks ago carefully watched the proceedings ol The accusation was investigated signed by the Democratic members Dobbs will recelvo per diem, from Wayne-Clintothis and many previous sessions ol thorouBhly by Pollco Ju,iK0 w. C. vm recommend tho Impeachment, to have won in tho the first day or $710 for tho wholo Rep. L. B. Hamilton, or the Kentucky lawmakers. Hem don and Pollrcman R. U. Qulro The minority report, submitted by Re- - district. session and Is entitled to his other 'at the time said that the statements preseiitativo White, of Marion County, Frankfort, also voted with tho Repub- expenses tho same as If ho had Out of respect to tho memory ol made by tho woman were not sufflcent the sole Republican member on the licans in this instance. started upon his duties the opening committee, will recommend the petl-tiiAbraham Lincoln, both branches ad- to Issue a warrant. Another matter which made trouble day. , ,, .... be dismissed. Harvey branucu tne statements oi uo journed over Saturday, February 12th, lao Genera, impression Butsiu iu, t. was the chargo ot Edwin P. Morrow, Pnmphrev as a black falsehood tie- that "Undo Bill" Allen, has made his HIS UlrtllUaj. anti-pasStricklett-Plcket- t bill, defeated candidate for Governor on calUng ulanncd by HWntolv nnil The aml c,ccUon certaIn two ycarg la man against his enemy. He told passed by both branches of the General the Republican ticket, who declared Is over- Cnce ag the district The first thing Governor Stanley, op- - Assembly, ,t wag a fralnel, hy those was the first signed by that the rich Williamson family (Re- -' whelming Republican. Tho unlquo State-widprohibition posed to state-widdid after the prohibition. Governor Stanley and will become a solon could not conceal his prohibition amend- - law, January I, 1917. It is tho first publicans), of Mingo County, West mountain when he was ousted from The state'-widamendment was defeated, was to call emotions is dead for the present session of the Democratic platform measures Virginia, and Boyd County, Kentucky, Attorney-Genera- l M. M. Logan, Audi- ment tho Houso membership. mado a deal with Tom Hatcher, the legislature, having been defeat- - to become a law. tor Robert L. Greene and Treasurer of tho the Senate. new member of tho Stato Board of ed by Sherman Goodpastor Into conference, Tho fight to create the now county The State Board of Equalization has Prison Commissioners, whereby 1,500 with a view to legislation which It is Tho AVoman Sulfrago constitutional been organized with W. M. Duncan, of nnmihllcans voted tlio DnmnernHp. of Stanley by a partition of Pike according intended to liquidate the State debt amendment providing for the people Lawrenccburg, as chairman, and W. D. ticket at the November election, In county, has been dropped, to vote of the question of whether Mason, of Lancaster, Chief Clerk. The exchange for a division of Pike county to tho chief supporters. The bill was of three million dollars. laid on tho table In the Senate, hut Tho first thing to bo dona is to se women shall vote or not was brought Assistant Clerks are 12. P. Peterson, of to be known as Stanley County. A committee was appointed com- still Is In shape to bo considered If a cure tho passage of a bill under which out of the hands of tho Committee In Campbellsvillo and C. E. Mattlngly, of posed of Senators Hlto Huffaker, J. majority Is mustered in Its support. provision may bo mado for decreasing ;th House of Representatives despite Brandenburg. B. Hiles and Bishop S. Huntsman to being paid their unfavorable report, by a vote of the amount of Interest now Secretary of State Lewis has make an Investigation of these Stato Superintendent Gilbert and by the State on its outstanding war 51 to 40. The vote of the Committee stood pointed Charles J. Howes, who has charges and also the charges of a school officials over the state will rant. A committee of the Kentucky Bank '5 to 4 In favor of killing tho bill, but been acting as Assistant Secretary of newspaper In which It was claimed fight tho hill Introduced In tho senate ers' Association will assist In the Representative Hobbs, ot Lexington, state, to hold until March luth, or that money had been offered or used to pay tho appropriations for tho preparation of this bill. Several ol author of the bill, moved that notwith- - until his successor is appointed and for tho purpose ot Influencing votes. Stato University and normal schools, amounting to $237,000, out of tho stato tho leading bankers of the State standing the unfavorable report, the approved by the Governor, t Tho school fund Instead ot tho general bill and tho anti-pas- s have already consulted with Governor ""1 ho given Us first reading and j The Court of Appeals, in an opinion Stanley regarding tho matter, and ad- placed In the calendar. Ho made a by Judge Turner, upheld the position bill are tho first of the administration fund. ministration officials are optimistic brief speech In favor of tho bill and of Stato Auditor Greene and Attorney measures to be passed by both houses It Is claimed that this would crlpplo concerning the likelihood of elimlnat Representative Odlc Duncan, of Hen-- General Logan, refusing to allow the and reach Governor Stanloy for his tho work ot tho Stato Department of salaries of the portor and seven steno- - signature. lng tho debt. Leaders declare that derson, spoke against it. Education. the future of the Democratic party! Tho galleries of tho House wero fill-- 1 graphers for the month of January In women long before the time the oflico of V. O. Gilbert, State Super- Important legislation expected to bo In Kontucky depends In a gteat meas cd with With the consent of tho authors, to vote on the motion and were jub- - intendent of Public Schools. taken up next will bo tho ure upon It. three health measures havo been The Court suggested that tho General corrupt practices, text books and tho voluntarily withdrawn or killed in tho lllant at their success In having It Assembly alone has power to appro-- measuro to put Into effeqt tho constiTho Duncan administration bill to placed In the calender. General Assombly. The most importpriate public money to that purpose. tutional amendment providing for tho ant was tho "all tlmo health officer" Gilbert says that he will appeal to working of convicts on tho public IWIU Villi IH'I'lv UD. iififl.-.TIM i.m promptly at i o'clock. bill, backed by the Stato Board of tho legislature for help and a bill to highways. Health. This bill provided for the Tiis grand jury was empaneled and no matter how poorly you 'were reeling that cftect willMhrashcd out. abolishment of tho health boards In instructed by both Judge Lyman and before, when some friend greets you In Tho Woman Suffrage supporters all cities except Loulsvlllo, Coving Moorman, who laid the law be- ttceoidIng Judu'e. to the secretary of tho Two bills designed to enforce the were greatly shocked when the House tQn Nowport LoxinBto and Paducah fore the jury in pretty strong language Sunday closing law In Kenton and Committee decided to report their bill rnlnniilii board of health, tho human making tho county tho unit for regarding election frauds. These in- system Just naturally begins to tono Campbell Counties passed the House unfavorable. Their opportunity to and health servlco. A county health public published in full ui) serious opposition after much i have tho constitutional amendment officer devoting all of his time at a structions will be under tho Ktluiulus of such troublo was experienced in getting passed at this session seems to havo salary of ton cents per annum for next week. i..s placed on the calender and been crushed. 11,. declares It Is an aid to health them There was a good crowd present, each person In tho county was considering weather conditions and uml a he'u In iireventlug disease, and through the necessary readings before With an unfavorable report on tho youra voto was taken. to that eud be advocates a "it'll bad roads. prohibition amendment by movement The bills wero Introduced by Repre-- state-wldFrom the number of cases on the friends how well they look" Pierce Holton, ot Frankfort, has It Is not only bad taste to lulU orsentatlvo Greene, of Carrollton. The tho Houso Committee, several efforts been given a placo In tho Rating of docket it will take tho whole time Kenton from and havo been mado to bring tho bill out vour nalus and ailments," says Iho representatives three weeks to dispose of them. Counties fought valiantly to by Representative Frank Greeno. Dry Board omcQ "y Auauor Greene. doctor, "hut n reflection on your lenders In tho Hnnsn dnelnrn tlint thnv llgcnco nnd knowledge of tsnulttition defeat the measures. Governor Stanloy has appointed tho and good health. Wo nro not far from The first measuro is known as the will endeavor to obtain a voto on It List of Jurors. tho tlmo when the cause of illness will "common nuisance injunction act." It oven though' tho Scnato Iiub already following Colonels on his staff: IkoHart.Hopklnsvlllo; W. Vernon Richprovides any place where liquor Is sold defeated a similar measuro. Following is a list of the grand and hnvo to be accounted for personally, ardson, Danvlllo, and Wallace Stovall, In other words, nature Is no longer In violation of law shall be considered the present term of petit jurors for Dr. II. P. Sights has mado it known Tampa, Fla. going to be bhtfucri for sickness when a common nuisance and provides for court. . abatement ot such nulcanccs by that ho will not bo an applicant for It Is Hluiply the result of Ignorance, GRAND JURY. I reappointment as Superintendent of dlfferenco or wrong ways of living." injunction. Sam C. Elliott, of Loulsvlllo, has J. A. Dean, foreman; H. C. Stuart, Do you not think It worth giving the upon tho affidavits of threo credit- - tho Western Kontucky Hospital for been appointed Deputy Flro Marshall Austin Anns, John Akers, O. I). Beard, doctor's Idea u try able citizens ot any community thut the Insane, at Hopklnsvlllc. There to succeed Edward Bright of Glasgow. T. L Davis, sx-- i Wo do; So here goes: T. F. Brown, a nulsattce exists, tho Attorney aro many candidates after the juicy Tho appointment was mado by Audi"By George, you are looking tine!- "- General of Kentucky Is rcnulred to plum which will bo given out some- - tor Greene. Stitli, W. I). Halo, John Lyddan, B F. Sitnta I'd New Mexican. Institute nn action to enjoin tho nul- - tlmo before tho expiration of Dr. May and Hlchard McAfee. Attornoy-Genera- l Logan has mado . Rights' term on July 1st. sauce perpetually. PETIT JUHYThe second bill passed is a "for- an attack upon tho expenses of tho PENSIONS OF 51,200,000. George Payne, J. O. Baker, Hussel In tholr efforts to provont the con- Stato Department of Education, pointfelturo act."- - This measure provides Hendrlck, J. R. Mattlngly, J. B. Mor Yearly Amount Paid to Retired Mirt any saloon Ttecper who violates tho firmation of the appointments ot Jack ing out enormous expenditures and gan, H. H. Norton, S. H. Bandy, (Jrlf law snail roriclt uis licciiso, arm mat Xolson, Paducah, and Omcr Stubbs, claiming that sovon stonographors aro isters and Widows and Orphans, fen Kasey, 11. K. Lawson. Mike Miller, Tim Methodist church paid $l.ti0O,O0( ho such saloon keeper shall ever bo Newport, who wero appointed to bo- not needed In that department. Factory and Assistant Factory InspecCleave Hendrlck, M. H. Dowell, Con in pensions to retired ministers anrraiucu uuutuur ueuiisu, Public Instruction Suporlntondont K. Seott, J. T. Sklllman, Mattincly, uml iirnlmns of ministers tlur The most drastic feature of tho bill tors, tho Kentucky Federation of Gllbort answered bis criticism saying In their protost of Cohen's that tho Insinuation as to tho employ E. A. Moare, E. Kluley, Geo. W. May, lng 1015, according to the annual ra, .s tho section which gives Jurisdiction- Labor, lost Governor Stanloy had the Frankunder the secrq relatlvos and j. I,. Hennlnger, Ves Durham, H. L. port of Dr. Joseph It. Illngeley. clitlnt In all cases Court uponact to affidavit ot jcholco, aftertnat mcy woro uotti mem mont ot oxtravaganco of further state tho tin Circuit ascertained his predecesment of Dalton, J. O. Dellaven, John Jennings tnrv of the board of conference ants, submitted at the iitiiiuiil incetln two creditable witnesses that thero has hers ot tho union and In good stand- sor and other matters havo no bearing and Jake Kendall. Gllbeen a violation ot the law. Either ing. on tho present administration. of the board In Chicago. bort says that ho has neither wife, Fifteen million dollars Is needed fc side may appeal to tho Appellate Rebels Capture Chlng King. Resolutions have been adoptod by brother, sister nor any other kinsman Dr. IIIugeley'H repor Court. 11. Roports tho pension fund. Tel'. York, Now amount $0,000,000 I The Stato Excise Commission bill, the State Board of Agriculture, pro- employed In his department and that capture- of tho vald, and of this reached hero ot the by the testing against tho transfer ot $30,000 the Insinuation of Logan missed tho now In tho treasury of tho conferencj which has been proposed Chlng King by tho Chinese rebels, as a substitute for the niea- - from Its fund to tho Stato Unlvorslty, mark. i Governor The employment of seven According to tho report tho rebels to be used In Government $ sures was not introduced. ttenographers la necessary, lays Prof. havo been Joined by government demonstration work. The "forfeiture act" has been Gilbert. 4 ported untamable In the Senate. troop In tn district. Few Realize This Believed That It la claimed that this action would practically abolish tho board, destroy tho Stato Fair, abolish tho position of Stato Veterinarian and crlpplo tho entlro Department of Agrlculturo arid take away oil of tho appropriation which has boon used to tho benefit of tho entlro state. YOU WILL LIVE LONGER AND BE HAPPIER If You'll Use Only Handled At a Special BLUE RIBBON FLOUR Por Baking Pine Biscuits, Pies, Cakes nnd Delicate Pastries Manufactured by WE d Cannelton Flour Mills Canneltoii, Ind. I ... e L. C. TAUL Insurance Office i Cloverport, Kentucky - - 1 n ; Fire, Lightning Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. ;Tor-nadoa- nd !.,,' e time-wastin- g ... Old Reliable Companies e Henry Trent J. W. Trent P. L. Daiis j - Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and le ilnl-.nt- - 1 o Sale Stable Hat;dinsburg, : 1 I- ' 1 lu Ky. n V M. E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY - mnlic-iousl- ... SCHOOL, I s HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. 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Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. iwwiriii1 l. infl ... III HIGHEST PRICES PAID IWmlltanco Moiled on Day Shipment ! Keccived No Commission Shipping to Pay Writ, for Price LUt and nKcrrinf u Tf)fif!Vf nJ rr bmptrtUj E Tg Sabel & Sons bbJ2lt4 15S LOUISVILLE, KY. BELIEVE PLOT KENTUCKY NEWS OF ANARCHISTS Poisoner of CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Banquat Guests Not Located. E. Hall, a merchant at Mayklng, Is tho owner of an old fiddle 200 years old mode In 171G and handed down by his forefathers. Hall has been offered large sums for tho Instrument, but refuses to part with It. Owensboro will construct a $225,000 sewer extension; Council also voted to erect n new City Hall on tho site of tho present building which was erected In 1SC0. Tho now structure will cost McAdoo will visit Louisville on $40,000. February 19. Tho Kentucky Solvay Co., of AshRobert Illalr, Uaptist minister, wns land, which is completing a second named as police Judge nt Whltesburg. unit of 54 coko ovens, has decided to PROMINENT MARKED MEN Tho Kentucky Stato Fire Preven- add two more units as soon ns tho present work Is completed. Several tion Association met In Henderson. The Loulsvilio Hoard of Trade and hundred more men will bo employed. Analysis of Soup Served at Chicago tho Commercial Club aro to bo merged. Kstlmntcd operating revenues of the Banquet Shows 180 Grains of ArsenAbout 5,000 delegates to the Na- Louisville & Nashvlllo Railroad Co. ic Used Police Declare Plot to Kill tional Canners' Association met In for the seven months ending January 31, were $3,331,243 moro than for the Louisville. Prominent Men. The previous corresponding period. I. T. Cox, 2G, Ilardstown, died from Plilnnnn I.V.I. 1.1 "I .In Tint wish tho Injuries he received when ho fell Increase for Jaifuary over the same month In 1915 was $910,278. to create a panic In Chicago," was the i 25 feet from n telephone pole. Lonnlo Whltchouso, 16, half starved reply of First Deputy Superintendent A campaign to raise $300,000 for nn begged of Police Schttettler, when asked to auditorium has been started In Louis- and shivering fromtotho cold, let tho Jail be Owensboro officers give his views of the plot to poison ville. his home. Ills mother was sent to the 200 prominent Chlcagoans at the ban-- 1 Of tho 58,000 miles of road In Asylum three weeks ago nnd died Mun- quot In honor of Archbishop only about 10,500 miles arc of there a few days ago. His father left dcleln. Improved material and construction. 12 years ago. Schuettler refused to admit that ho Judge Harry W. Robinson, LouisCol. Lewis Casey, veteran newsCrones, missing assistbelieves Jean ville, In deciding against transferring club, Is the paper publisher, died nt his home in ant chef at tho University tho case of a negro who has Just Covington at tho age of 82 years. only man who figured In the plot. birthday to Mrs. Margaret Ford Is Paducah's passed his seventeenth Indications that Schuettler Is hot Court, says n person Is She Is Investigat- the Juvenile on Crones' trail and Is gathering evi- first policewoman. I one year older than his birthday calls dence or a wholesale plot, In which ing secretary for tho Settlement House. for. among a gang Campbell County Is planning to sue Crones was only a unit C. A. Bishop, of the County, was of anarchists, who planned to wlpo turnpike companies because the own- hurried tq tho Surgical Hospital, out a distinguished group of men, ap- ers refuse to repair the toll roads. Louisville, for operation of gallstone. peared to bo borne out from activities The "Big Brother" movement has One hundred and eighty stones were been established at Owensboro In nn removed, the largest number ever ro-of his staff of detectives. Two hours before Health Commis- effort to solve the "bad boy" question. moved from a patient in the history sioner Robertson gave out tho report Henry T. Bugg, Mayfleld, Carllslo of the hospital. of P. O. Tonnoy, city chemist, that 3.7 County, is less than 44 years old and The millers of Franklin are offering grains of whito oxide arsenic had been Is the father of nine children. $1.30 a bushel for wheat, but very (16 found In an analysis of a pint Mrs. Nancy Goddard, 98, died at her little Is being received. It is estimated ounces) of tho poisoned soup served homo on Cedar Creek, Robertson that 40,000 bushels of last year's crop is still In the hands of the farmers of at the banquet, two anarchists were County. At threshing time David Scott, of Stanford, recently Simpson County. taken into Schucttler's office. They were confronted with tran- cast his fifty-fltvote In tho same the market opened at $1. by township. W. C. Williams, of Providence, had scripts of speeches taken down Tho Women's Christian Temperance a sow to farrow seventeen healthy Schuettler's Investigators and by other agents, who have been present at Union is fighting to stop the sale of pigs. The mother was able to furnish nourishment for only twelve nnd tho every secret and open meeting of tho cigarettes In Glasgow. Pitchers and catchers of the Pitts- remainder were given to a neighbor. revolutionists of Chicago. When they had gone, Schuettler in burg National League club will again This Is said to bo the largest litter an Interview admitted he has had re- - train at Dawson Springs this year. ever farrowed In Simpson County. Judge Carl Henderson, of Marion, ports on Crones for several months. Will arrive there next month. J-He The Boys' Corn Growing Club will In" Instructing the Grand Jury, urged knows the meetings Crones had be revived In Warren County and a that a thorough investigation bo mado ' attended and what no saui ai uiu meetings. Ho admitted Crones Is a premium will be offered for the best into all bridge parties and card parties anarchist, that he acre grown by a boy 16 years or under. In the homo of society women, and to W. A. Barnett, near Shawncss Run Indict every woman who played cards knows his associates. Schuettler found that Crones at a church, few miles from Harrodsburg, for prizes. Assistant Secretary of War, Henry meeting of anarchists last May asked , was bitten by a pig, making a painful S. Brecklnrldce. of Lexington, has re- the speaker If his study of chemistry wound. The General Education Board of the signed with a slmlllar action on tho he Is an amateur chemist would injure his standing In the anarchists Rockefeller Foundation, appropriated part of Secretary of War Llndsey M.movement. The speaker's reply prob-- $1500 to Kentucky for homemaker's Garrison. Congressman Swager Slierley Is being suggested to succeed Garably throws light on the motive 01 clubs for negroes. Pete Durbln, 20, after sawing his rison as Secretary of War. was this: "No, a tho poison plot. It A gun battle of Everett Burnett and chemist could do a great deal In the way out of the Highland Park Jail, In the was captured threo hours later In tho wife, Williamsburg, ended anarchist movement." of Mrs. Burnett and Mr. Burnett Search of Crones' room brougnt to prison, having returned for his clothes. death taken to the nospltal with two George Franklin, a Mexi- was light the names of two of his asso-- 1 can, near Gradyville, Adair County, wounds in his breast, but will likely re i.o elates ana tneir nuurusaca. shot and killed his wife. He is be- cover. Mr. Burnett went home drunl: Is a New Yorker and the other lives lieved to nml qtnrtpfl thn ilnpl with n ntstnl. be demented. In Scranton, Pa. The Mercer Co. Fiscal court has Mrs. Minerva Graham, aged 55, of report of the city chemist, From the made an allowance of $50 a month given out by the health Concorn, Lewis County, shot herself which was to death through the head with a shot- for the maintenance of tho Girls' Can-commissioner, It appears that only the gun. ning Club and the Boys' and Girls' of practice of serving meager 'dishes Bishop Atkins will be the principal Poultry Work. Tho $300 appropriated soups and consommes at an exclusive speaker at the laying last year resulted In $3,000 worth of of the banquet, saved the lives of the dinner stone of the $50,000 Methodist corner- canned and prepared goods put up by church Robertson deguests. Commissioner tho canning club. In Hopklnsvllle on February 21. 13 clared that two grains of arsenic The Bell County Fiscal Court, In apLouisville reports tho first girl the smallest poisonous dose. graduates of the 1916 season, when preciation of the results accomplished Mr. Tonney estimated that 480 tho Girl's High School gave diplomas by Its " health officer, appro- grains of arsenic had been placed In to 63 this week. printed $2,200 for continuing the work. ' the sonp kettle. It was also stated Geo. S. Shanklin, President of tho The State Board supplemented the that a bottle which had contained this Fayette Homo Telephone Company and amount fixed by tho Fiscal Court, so amount of tho poison had been found chairman of the Democratic City and that $4,400 will be spent this year In In Crones' room. County Committee, died at his home Bell County for public health work. Edward Sager and wife were found at Lexington. Tho Larue County Fiscal Court has dead In their home on a farm at the No. 40 for the Blood made application to tho Stato Road top of Flemlngsburg Hill, near Independence. The woman was shot In the Department for $12,000 state Expels scrofulous humors from the money In 1916 to be used on aid back of the head and the man back of the blond, which causes constipation, ma- county's Intercounty-sca- t tho right ear. Harry England, a roads. laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimHopkinsvlllo merchants and officials nephew of the woman, a deaf mute, ples, etc. Get it at Wedding's Drug have promised several hundred dollars was found in the home In bed with his worth of presents to the first Leap head covered up. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Judge G. E. Vaughn, Dixon, reYear bride, who admits having made ceived an unsigned letter containing the proposal of marriage. CALL FOR ALL SINGLE MEN Charles R. Hadley, of Lexington, has a $10 bill with Instructions that the monoy bo turned over to the county to Begin Another Enlist- sold to representatives of the Japanese school superintendent for tho county Great Britain Government, a fine stallion known as Campaign Soon. . ment "Montgomery Rex," which will bo used institute. Tho letter contained nothing London, Feb. 14. The Central News by the Emperor. to show who the generous person was is authority for a report that all sinMiss Ida M. Tarbell, author and or where he lived, letter having been gle men are to be called on to enlist lecturer, will be one of the speakers mailed on the train. soon. A royal proclamation shortly at the convention of tho Kentucky Jessamine County's 275 acres of to be Issued, notifying all single men Educational Association in Louisville hemp, which made 300,000 pounds and sold at $11 a hundred, was pooled by to attest, the Central News states, at- April 19. C. T. Ashley & Co. for tho growers tributes the unexpected speedy sumWm. J. A. Rolnhold, Louisville, d mons to tho many recent consultations sulcldo while In an out build- of tho county. Tho firm has purbotween tho minister of munitions and ing with his collie doy. Tho dog went chased 800 bushels of hemp seed for The hemp acreage for Jessthe war office. to the house and frantically led the $7,400. On Feb. 3 King George signed a young man's mother to tho scene, amine County this year will be larger than for several years. Many farmers proclamation fixing Feb. 10 as the where she found the lifeless body. date on which tho military service act Twelve hundred refugees, thinly contemplate turning from tobacco was to be regarded as In force. AH clad, are living on ten cents a day at to hemp, which Is easier raised and single men between tho ages of nine- Hickman. Federal aid has been en- loaves the land In better condition. Senator Olllo M. James aroso In the who are not ex- listed and money for sufferers Is bolng teen and forty-ono- , empt under tho act, were given until raised In various cities throughout United States Senato tho othor day and presented a memorial which March 2 to attest. the United States. solons to wonder what had Students of Transylvania College at caused tho to the Stato Lexington, voted their preference, 10 happenedstraight whiskey of Kentucky, Constipation. and domicile-oto 1, for the preparedness policy of home of John Barleycorn. Tho Kentucky When costive or troubled with con- President Wilson as compared with stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. tho Roosevelt Idea of preparedness and Senato petitioned tho United States Senators from Kentucky to vote for tho They are easy to take ami most agree- the Bryan policy of pacificism. nation-widnddlng: prohibition, able In effect. Obtainable everywhere. J. M. Gouldman, residing near Threo "Whenever tho United States agrees State (Mo) Landing, ten miles below to pay all people affected a fair cash Hickman, killed a wolf on his front value of their property," Gold Found Near Washington. Sixteen porch, tho animal probably having Washington, Fob. 14. Everett Griffin, Christian County, miles from tho capital operations been driven out of tho swamps by tho and his brother, of McCrackeq County, have beon undertaken on a largo high water. at Hopkinsvlllo after wero The Business Men's Club of La- having lost trace of each other for acalo tor gold. On tho old Ford farm. county, Md., two or grange, adopted resolutions Indorsing thirty-onyears. In Montgomery Tho McCrackon jftlireo miles from the Potomac river, the policy of preparedness advocated County man went to Hopkinsvlllo to cllamond drills aro at work probing by President Wilson, and copies of consult a lawyer, and happened to meet for quartz veins carrying the precious this resolution sent to Senator James tho Christian County Griffin on the street and asked to be directed to a metal. Nuggets have already been and Congressman Cantrlll. The first annual conference for the lawyer's office. He took tho McCracken found, but whether ore exists In paying quantities Is not yet determined. i(udy and discussion of the problem man to the office and while stating hU if tuberculosis was held under the caso to the lawyer brought In his A new serving fork h.is a piece which lusplces of thi Kentucky Board of mother's name, and tho Christian County man recognized his lost can bo pushed down along the tines Tuberculosis Commissioner! at brother. without the fingers touching the food. I I Ken-tuckyh I 1 half-breed , ! "all-timeI com-mlttef e e -- SPECIAL! FOR 30 DAYS ZiXV&6 V-X- : HERE IT VlX; V-U- : IS! H. I The Brecken ridge News Each The Daily Evening Post One Home and Farm And (Year ss- a Beautiful 1916 Calendar ALL FOR ONLY $3.00 SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. FINAL SETTLEMENT LIKELY THIS WEEK TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use tins bltink in renewing yourj subscription. Plciife pxumino tho label on your paper.If yoursubseiiption is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. Berlin Will Accept the Revised Lusltania Pact. RENEWAL ORDER THE 1MECKENHIDGE NEWS, Washington, Fob. 14. Officials of Ci.ovKitroitT, Ky. tho German embassy are expecting a final settlement of the Lusltania case Enclo.-c- d find $ , which apply to my subthis week. By Tuesday, or Wednesscription account. day at the latest, the embassy expect word from the Berlin olllco accepting tho changes of phraseology In the Na.mk agreement which Secretary Lansing suggested at his conference with Count Von Bornstorft last week. AnnitKss Should this confidence be borne out, Germany in a formal communication to tho United States will answer the American demands for a disavowal, reparation and assurances for tho fuTO EXCEL THE F0KKERS. ture by the following concessions: Recognition of liability for reparation, owing to the fact that American American Airship Now Being Built Will Be Six Times as Large. lives wero destroyed by tho act of re!. Douglas Wurdrop. editor of the prisal which resulted In the sinking of the Lusltania; and a roltcratlou of Aerial Age. member of the Aero Club rrovlous assurances given at tho tlmo of America and American Society of the Arabic was sunk that passenger Aeronautic Knghicors. told the cadets vessels will not be attacked or de- and Instructors at West I'olnt that the stroyed without warning and without United States is developing ii machine measures being taken for the safety of the nlr that will bo more powerful than the Fokker machine recently built of tho noncombatants on board, provided such ships do not try to resist in Germany. "We are developing n machine that trrest. will represent the greatest achievement AM) TH- Emen In aerial transportation." gnld Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, of Wardrop. "It will be six times Mr. pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, larger than uny yet tried. It will carry indigestion. Thin blood makes you enough fuel to give It a cruising range BRECKENRIDGE NEWS For pure of COO miles ut seventy-liv- e weak, pale and sickly miles nn blood, sound digestion, use Burdock hour. It will bo propelled by seven moBy mail for One Year at tors, six of 100 horsepower nnd one of Blood Bitters. $1.00 at all Stores. fln nn Special Offer! DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD forty. "The machine will carry eight passengers nnd possibly thirty with tho cargo of explosives. It Bulgaria's Object In Entering the decrease of a can carry more than ten tons. It will Var Is Accomplished. curry a new gun which has no recoil London, Fob, 14. Bulgaria Is seekf which will throw u three nnd ing peaco with tho entente powers, and Is by Inch shell. says an Athens dispatch. Bulgaria having u double This with achieved exu single shot rccompllshed her object In entering plosion. One load will go in one direcwas the European war when Serbia other of sum! will tion tho overthrown, so her deslro to niako go In the shell; the direction, neutralizopposite terniB causes no surprise among the ing the recoil." entente powers. Beforo declaring war it was definitely announced In her that , hor proposition would bo For any Itching skin trouble, piles, limited to tho campaign in Serbia and tl.nt once Serbia was conquered her eszema salt rheum, hives, itch, scald nctlvo participation would ceaso. No head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointintimation of tho terms Bulgaria ment Is highly recommended. 50c a seeks could be obtained. box at all stores. Special price ol uJiUU SEEKS SEPARATE PEACE one-hal- Kentucky's rrcatest newspaper delivered at your homo each day including your homo paper, tit tho price of .fll.OO This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, 1916 bo-ha- Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. The United States in miles of railway. 1015 built 1,351 Ashes from fumed woolen or cotton cloth are used for healing wounds. 1 Notice Taxpayers! This is Notice Taxpayers! positively the last notice I am going to give. I simply must have your Taxes. I have to settle with the County April 1st, and I can't unless you pay me. I am making the following dates, and unless paid by then, I am going to advertise your property. It is much easier for you to borrow a small amount than for me to borrow a large sum. I am going to advertise all Taxes that are not paid by March 1, 1916. Meet me at the following places: Cloverport, Sample and Clifton Mills, Bewleyville, Feb. 29. Rock Vale, March I. every day. Glen Dean. March 2. McDaniel and Irvinffton, Mar. 3. Hudson, February 25. Mook, February 24. fpnhpncnnrt , iiiui vii Ar. viiviiupui Marrri 26. Custer, February 28. Big5 Spring, February Hardinsburg, Send in your money and receipts will follow. W. C. PATE, Cloverport. A. J. DYE, Clifton Mills. Very truly, WM. GIBSON, Sample. J. B. CARMAN, Woodrow. A. T. BEARD, 1 I Sheriff Breckinridge County. 5 HARDINSBURG. "There is a good, a better and a best, And we should not contented be, nor rest, Until our good is better, and our better best " Sheriff A. T. Beard spent the week end in Louisville with friends. Owen Hruner was in town last week several days. Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Harned spent Saturday and Sunday in Garfield with their parents, Dr. B. C. Harntd and Mrs. Harned. Miss Satlie Richardson, of Union Star, has returned to her home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. I'ercy Beard. Russell Compton hurt his eye lat Tuesday at the HardlusburK mill. It is hoped that it is not seriousM. I). Heard has returned from Chicago where he went to purchase his spring hloeU of goods. Miss Ada Mattingly has returned to her r.omc in Fort Thomas after a visit to relatives here and at Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gardner are re- nt.nrtn.w fmm fin filtarlf " at the O'-- l iHn. . IIVUI "Mrs. C. L. Heard and son, Garland, visited Mrs T. H. Henderson in Web ster las-- week. Murray Hrown is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown. Dr. John K. Kincheloe's horse fell with lilin lust Friday night. It shook him up considerably, but he is still able to ride to see his many p.itients. A postal card will brine our store dl rect to your d )or. See our pretty line of wallpaper and the new and novel methods of the hanging by expert pa-- 1 per hangers. One of our represeuta-- , lives win uiaKe naiuiuauuiK mi Edward Gregory & Sons, son Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Leslie Walker ..nd ions are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bee'ler Heeler, near Kirk h is the grip. Rev. Odendahl, of Axlel, was a visit Mrs-Joh- n Mrs Lum Eskridge is on the sick list. Mrs. Roscoe Davis was the guest of her brother, S. H. Davis, and htr daughter, Miss Lottye, who is ill, last week. Miss Maud Smith and Willie Basham closed their school here Friday with an interesting program and a nice treat. Rev. Robt. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume Sunday. Miss Harned was the guest of Mrs. II. B. Moorman Saturday. M. B. Tucker, of McCoy, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. M. Tucker, Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. lNCOIU'OIlATED Hardinsburg, Kentucky Saturday night. Misses Mary and Carlotta McCoy and Docie Haynes visited Miss Neva Milner last Thursday. Several from here attended the mln strel at Hardinsburg Friday night. J. P. Milner, Jr., of Madrid, was the guest of his uncle, P. D. Milner, Saturday night. Miss Lottie Davis, who is ill, is some better at this writing. Mrs. Missouri Watts is very low with pneumonia. Floyd Quiggins called on Miss Vinnie Hardinsburg Thursday Glasscock at was in HardinsDurg Thursday afternoon. W. C. Miller, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Effie Hook Sunday. Mr. Talkington, of Leitchiield, yas the guest of S. II. Davis Saturday Percy Tucker and Hubert Mattingly were callers at West View Sunday. FIo)d Quiggins and Willie Basham called on Misses Gertrude and Josie Alexander Sunday afternoon, evening, Mrs. Vic Pile bold About yU.UUU founds ot lobacco Friday, February 11th The Market was highly satisfactory and conceded by many to be one of the very best sales of the season. All types sold for full values, everybody pleased and no rejections. Clint Norton topped the sale with a basket of good, at $13.80. Most all the trash sold for $3.00 and up. It is evident to the management that the supply of tobacco in the county is about exhausted. Our running expenses are enormous. We have established this 'market for the betterment of conditions relative to our tobacco growers. We thank each and every patron for his support, and we wish to impress those who have been our staunch friends to feel that we know them and appreciate their efforts in the support of our market. one-suck- er I I Our sales have been a success. We are here to stay; ReneWS For Paper. and our facilities will be increased next season to accommodate our growing trade. We want you to come to our Dear Mr. Babbage: You will fiuil enclosed one dollar for renewal of my paper. We are having plenty of snow out here and cold weather. Best wishes to you and your family. T. L. Caley, Glenwood, la. next sale. Lincoln Day was observed by our ' citizens. Eskridge. J. W. Massey, of Louisville, was in A number of Masons attended the funeral ot Mr. Ferd Owen at Glen Deau town Saturday. Chris Aldrldge, of Mattoon, III., last Saturday. Judge J. K. Layman arrived from continues to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred I'.lizabethtowii Sunday night and was Sadenwater. Mr. and Mrs. J C Younger, of ready for Circuit Court Monday Mr. and Mr.. G. W. Evans moved Louisville, wore week end guests of Tuesday into part of Mrs. E. B Eng- Mrs. It. 15 McGJothlan Mrs, Johnnie Bircher, of Hartford, lish's house. Supt. Trent and Mrs. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Trent occupy the other part. Mrs. Niuinle Hook and daughters, Gerrard Koote. Mrs. John Nevitt, of Basin Springs, Misses liebs aud Allieue Hook, will move into the house they recently pur- - was the dinner guest of Mrs. K. F. chased from Mr. anil Mrs. Evans this Alexander Thursday. week. j Miss Fidelia Galloway has returned Mrs. H. M. Beard will entertain the from Louisville. Sans Souci Club Friday afternoon. Miss Keba Uolln eoteitalucd Misses The minstrel was a success financially. Clu.ulie Francis Reeves, Louise Neth-Sixtdollars were taken m at the door urton and Ellen Carter it a slumber besides the tickets that were sold before party Friday evening. hands. Sam Bassett, of Union Star, was in town Saturday. Rev. T. J. Wade aud Mrs Wade IIARNBD. spent Sunday In Webster MUs Edna Wright, of West Point, Misses Niiunle Board nnd Nell Cash-ma- Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thos. were the guests of Robt. Weath-erfor- d Musiclman. and family Saturday and Suu-daMlis Uuth Marshall entertained a number of young friends Friday even. Rev. Kobt. Johnson filled his regular Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and appointment at the Methodist church guests son, of Guston, were week-en- d here Sunday. y n tor in town lad week. Miss Kitie Esuridge, who teaches music in Fordsville, spent Satutday aud Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Addie FRIDAY, FEB. 18th (In a IRV1NGT0N. that rlnv vvf will nnnnnnrp vvhpthpp nr tint nut spncnn'c cafoe rt rr nft-- Gratefully Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware House Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Km est Henderson lost a valuable Urano horse Saturday. It was suffering with rabies. Rev. W. W. Woodward, of Louisville, Mrs. Nora Board spent Thursday was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. Henderson at Vebster. withMrs. T. J. U. Ashcraft Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Carl Vickers enter Mrs. C. J. Carnegie delightfully entained a few friends Thursday evening tertained the Presbyterian .Ylsslonary We will have a special paper hanger Society Thursday afternoon. A very Write us Interesting program was carried out. In Irvington this season. how many rooms you have and grades Beautiful selection of muiic was furnof paper wanted. ished by the Vlctrola. A delicious Edward Gregory & Sons, salad course was served. Cloverport, Ky, Mrs. G, T. Marshall fell Saturday Virgil Hrlte went to Lewisport Sat evening and dislocated her hip joint. urday to take first decree In Masonry. Dr. E. A. Lex, Hardinsburg, was in Conductor A. T. Adklns and Mrs. town Friday making professional calls. Adltlns will leave Friday for St. Louis Protracted meeting win begin at to meet Mrs. J. It. Beaman, Dallas, Tex., who will return home with them. the Methodist church next Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith. Milton Greene and Arthur were In Louisville last week. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ft'S:1;,. Y. Alwuys In ofllce during .ctllcu lioim; Irvlngton, Ky. From Brooklyn, N. Renewal. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed please cents to renew my subscripfind money order for two dollars to. pay twenty-fiv- e up my subsciiption and continue for tion to the Breckenridge News. Please another year. Wishing you and vour change the figures' and oblige. Syrena Jarrett, Mrs. C. M, Beardsley, paper success, Stephensport, Ky. Brooklyn, N. Y.