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The Breckenridge news: February 23, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916022301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 23, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 it Of VOL. XL MANGLED BODY Rev. Couch Parent-Teache- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1916. Addresses rs' Pages BUSY WEEK No. 34 Meeting. GERMAN AIRSHIPS CIRCUIT WT OVER Call For Republican Convention. OFT This City, Found on Railroad Track Near Skillman Friday, After Having Been Run Over By Freight Train. BURIED SATURDAY. QUIETLY The body of Tommle Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. the 10 year-ol- d James Sanders, of this city, was found on the railroad track near the Sandv Creek church nt Skillman, tit an early hour Friday morning, by Chas. Brown and Frank White, both of this place. Young Sanders had been to Tell City for the purpose of hunting work. While in Cannelton he met up with Chas, Brown and Frank White; the three re turned to Hawesville and started walk ing home at a late .hour Thursday night In some unexplained way they became separated on the way and Sanders went on ahead. Consequently the way he was killed was not known, but it is sup posed that he sat down on the railroad track and fell asleep, or attempted to catch the 3 o'clock freight. The top of his head was cut off and the toes of his right foot were severed! besides terrible bruises all over both sides of his body. He was taken to Joe Sapp's under taking establishment in Hawesville where the coroner summoned a jury and held an inquest, sending the body to the parents here Saturday morning Young Sanders was a member of the Baptist church, and is survived by his parents, four sisters and one brother, Owing to the prostrate condition of Mrs. Sanders, the body was not taken to the home, and was quietly interred s' Association , The held n social meeting in the Chapel Hall at the High School building Friday evening. An excellent program was given. Those taking part In the England's East and Southeast exercises were: Miss Edith Allen, Miss Coasts Bombarded, Mary Couch, Messrs. Proctor Keith, W A. Roff, Prof. J. R. McCoy and Rev. P. S Powell. Several of the eighth grade girls gave a dialogue, after which the Rev. Mr. Couch gave CASUALTIES REPORTED LIGHT an interesting talk on "Orglnazltlon." The next meeting of the Association will be held March 4, In the afternoon, British Aircraft Which Ascended to There will be a calltd meeting Friday Engage the Raiders Failed to Reach afternoon of this week at 3:15, for the Them German Planes of Latest purpose of arranging definite plans for Type and Capable of Ascending to an Extraordinary Height Operathe last number of the Lceum course appealing the following week. Tickets tions On All Fronts. for this number will be twenty-fiv- e London, Feb. 21. Four German seacents. Persons holding season tickets planes made a raid over tho cast and will be entitled to seats free. southeast coasts of England, accenting to an olllclal announcement niad'o New Building to Be Erected at Stephensport. by tho British war ofllcc. Tho total casualties are given as two men and cno boy killed and one marino woundAllen C. Lewis, of Stepnensport, has ed. Considerable material damage bought the storehouse and goods of W house of was done to private property. Tho B. Gardner, also the dwelling K. B. Blain, on the lot adjoining the raid occurred Sunday forenoon. Many storehouse. Mr. Lewis will enlarge the tombs were dropped. A feature of tho official account Is storebullding and put In a full line of general merchandise. He is building a tho frank admission that British aircottage on the lot he bought of Sam craft, one naval plane and two aeroDlx Arthur Hanks will occupy it. planes, which ascended to attack the Mr. Lewis has five other vacant lots in raiders, failed to reach tiiem. It town on which he will build dwelling-house- s tho German planes are ca)abIo for rent. He says houses are of ascending to an extraordinary needed in Stephensport, and is erecting height. Tho war ofllco states that two bithese cottages to help his town and planes, after circling over tho town house the people, of Lowestoft, in Kent, "rose to a Parent-Teacher- IN DAYLIGHT RAID Short Session AT But a Busy One. Grand Jury returns 142 In- publican State Central Committee, the Republican voters of dictments For Gambling and county are called to meetBreckenrldge Happenings in General in and iu mass con Around the County Seat-Fo- urth vention at Hardinsburg, Ky., at the Violating Local Option Law. TO To the Republicans of Breckcnridgc County: Pursuant to a call Issued by the Re LICENSES PRACTICE LAW. What was thought to he a full term court ended In one week. The petit jury was discharged Saturday, but the grand jury Is still iu session. This has been one of the busiest juries empaneled for many terms Up to Saturday they had returned 1.13 Indli ttnents and every one of them a clincher. They were for gamine and violating the local option law. Witnesses were before the jury from every district in tho county and very few law breakers escaped the vigilance of this jury. The jury will adjourn, It is thought, this Wednesday evening. Hon. Ben L. Urtiner, Mr. V. Com-paret great height and seemingly vanished." Splendid Program Given Fifteen minutes later they reappeared By Knights of Pythias. over the town and then flew to tho Resolutions of Clovereast. At Lowestoft It develops only three bombs hit buildings. Others fell on waste ground. Into gardens, on the heach and Into the sea, none of them doing any damago o military Import ance. The Germans have been operating along the Yscr canal In Belgium, to the north of Ypres. From tho British 050 meters of position were captured and held, despite hand grenade at tacks to recapture it. After a heavy bombardment tho Germans attempted to cross tho canal and occupy French positions, and several groups did succeed In making their way to this lino trench. They, however, were Imme diately driven back. British to tho south of Loos in a lively engagement succeeded in making an advance to tte edge of a mine crater held by the ' Germans. The French In Champagno between tho Mouse and Moselle rivers and to west of tho forest ot Apremont, , the have bombarded successfully German I osltlons. whllo In tho Argonne forest ;i mlno exploded by the French shattered the German works. Only Isolated engagements have taken place on tho Russian front. On the Austi'o-Itnllaline the artillery duels continue. Austrians Continue Advance. Continuing their advanco in s report the tho capture near Bazar-SJak- , a short .iistance northeast of Durazzo, of an advanced Italian position. This is tho first indication that tho Italians werq operating so far north in Albania, the belief having provailcd that their activities had been confined to tho locality adjacent to Avlona. That progress Is being mado by tho Teutonic allies In tho direction of Avlona seemingly Is shown by the report that tho Albanians who aro fighting with them have occupied tho town of Herat, situated about thlrty-onmiles northeast of Avlona. Tho Russian army which captured 1'rzerum, in Armenia, is endeavoring to cut off tho retreat of tho Turks, who are retiring with as much speed as possible. Dispatches from Petro-gra- d report tho capturo of tho towns of Mush and Achlat. to the south, heavy fighting preceding their taking by storm. Along tho Black sea coast, Russian warships aro pounding at tho Turkish batteries and harrasslng tho retreating troops. Tho northern wing of tho Russian nrmy has captuted tho town of Widjo and is driving tho Turks back In tho direction of Gumlsh Khnnoh, which is cn tho road to Trohlzond, whllo largo Russian forces nro moving westward from Erzorum with tho object of cutting' off theso Turkish troops beforo tlioy can reach a now line of defonso. I I I n Austro-Hiinsariano and Warren Godfray, of Louisville, were examined for license to practice law. John I. Haswell, Jr., Ilsnry Dellavcn Moorman, with Judge Layman, were the examiners. The applicants made an average of more tiian "o per cent and were granted licenses. Miss Liza Miller was sworn in as -- x aminer of iireckenridge circuit court. She writes short hand fluently and is well qualified for the position. C. C. McAdams, circuit court clerk of Hancock county, assisted Circuit Clerk Paul Basham in his work. Mr McAdams is among the oldest clerks in the state and a good one. port Missionary Society. in the Cloverport cemetery. S. Powell officiated. Rev. Paul Cloverport Methodist Church. Next Sunday night, February 27, Mr. E. E. Clark, a former business man of Mexico, will speak at the Methodist church on "Present Day Conditions iu Mexico, Beginning with the Revolution of 19IO." Mr. Clark was forced to leave and "Insurance. " Mexico during these disturbances. He A large crowd attended and an enjoy should be tble to tell us many interest- able evening was spent. ing things from the standpoint of a business man. The public is cordially Buys Old Payne Place. invited Speaking at 7:1s p. m. Paul S. Powell, Pastor. S. H. Davis, of Mystic, has bought the ola Haiiett Payne place fronting Reappointed Manager. his crusher plant. It contains I4O acres G. F. Dean was reappointed managing and sold at $000. director of the Trade Press Service Bureau of Chicago, 111 He has held Girls' Party. this position for several years and in his report for the year, he read figures showing the increased truck business carried Mrs. B. P. Frank, of Mattingly, en by trade papers since the bureau began tertained several neighbor girls to a its educational campaign in that field. carpet rag tacking Saturday. The Mr. Dean is a nephew of Miss Drew young ladies had a very enjoyable day, Gregory, of this city. and, also did some good work. Miss Pearl Beavin won the prize for tacking Delivers Hogs to Louisville. the most rags. The prize was a nice jelly stand. Those present were: Mlssts G. R, French, Burton & Beaucham, Opal and Nellie Bubee, Pearl, Beulah of Mystic; and C. C. Grant, Roscoe and Veva Beavin, Cora and Ruby Mat Hendry and Rev. I. C. Argabright, of thews, Bessie Muriel and BeulahTinius, Lodiburg, went to Louisville Monday Lula and Irene Brickey and Valeria With a car load ot cattle and hogs. Frank. A nice dinner was served and Prices were pleasing to all. enjoyed by all. The Knights of Pythias of Cloverport held a very interesting meeting Thursday" evening at The American Theater. The program consisted of special nnisic by the orchestra, a vocal solo by Miss Eva May, accompanied by Miss Kliza May, quartette by Messrs. Iimmett Hdmondson, John Burn, Addis Kramer and W A Roff, Two splendid addresses were given by the Rev. Mr. Powell and Rev. A. M. Couch on "Pythianism" Death has removed from our society one of our charter members, Sister Lucy Temple, January 21, 1016. Therefore be it, Resolved, That our society has lost one of its oldest and most generous Believing that our loss is members. htr eternal gaiu, we bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all things well.1 Resolved, Tuut a copy of these reso Unions be printed and a copy be spread upon our minutes in memory of our sister. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Frank English, Mrs. A. N. Couch, Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot. Builds Walk Way. The railroad has built a nice crushed stone walk way from Roberts' corner to Ross' corner on railroad street. This is fine improvement. Railroad people know how aud when to do the tight thing. People can now go dry shod to and from the depot. Pruning and Spraying Orchards. Mr. C. L. Clayton, Kentucky State Department of Agriculture, is in the county this week holding demonstrations on pruning and spraying orchards. He will be at Stephensport today Wednesday Kirk, Thursday and Glen Dean, Friday. He will also hold night meetings with pictures on fruit grow ing. If you are interested in growing fruit attend thtse meetings und get some helpful idea . THE DItUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Called Term. Hardinsburg and Irvington Coughing, Sore Throat, Pain in Chest and Hoarseness cured quickly with The Fiscal Comt of Breckenrldge county is called to meet next Monday, February 28, in special term to consider Fixing For Spring Plowing. the question of State aid to good roads. A. C Gilbert was in Stephensport This will be a very Important meeting, and every citizen interested iu good Saturday buying collars, trace chaius, roads for Breckenrldge county should and other thing for spring plowing. He expects to put In a good crop of to be present. bacco this vear. ' Louisville last week. The Fourth Congressional Oratorical Contest will be held here at the City Dispatches iu the daily papers Mon- Hall Friday night. Hobert Shellisan day stated that after Representative Hen will represent this school. Mr. and Mrs. Luke B. Reeves have Johnson appeared before the House Library Committee iu behalf of his bill to returned from a visit to relatives in make the Lincoln Farm at Hodgeuville Elkton. a National Park, the committee voted Mrs. D. I). Doweil visited relatives in uiiamiously to report the bill favorably Garfield last week. to the house and it was placed on the Mrs. Em Board, of Kirk, was the calendar. The Kentuckiau proposes to guest of relatives in town for several have the Lincoln Farm Association con- days last week. vey the property where the cabin of C. E. Hiswell spent Saturday and Lincoln stands; the memorial hall aud Sunday with his family. an endowment fund of KiO.Ol'O to the Miss Annie Lee Bishop has gone to United States Government on condition that it be made a national park. The Louisville to study the spring styles in bill was once before introduced, but be- millinery. Miss Virginia Bsard entertained the cause of the press of business, it was (aid aside for more important matters. T. S. C. Friday evening. Senator llorah has a similar bill iu the Mrs. Lee Bishop will go to Louisville Senate next week to purchase her spring line of millinery. Appointed Notary Public. The T. S. C. will entertain at Miss Gov, Stanley has appointed R. II. Louise Taylor's home Tuesday evening. Bennett, of Stephensport, a Notary It will be a Washington party. Public for that town. Mr. Benuett is very proud of the appointment. McClellan-Burdet- Hendrick. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doweil, of Garfield, have returned to their home nfter a visit to Judge D. D. Doweil and Mr. Raymond Doweil. Mrs. C. V. Robertson was In Louisville last weeic shopping. Mrs. Jnmes H. Gardner went to Louisville .Monday morning for treatment to remain during the week. . Payne, cashier of the First State Cloverport School Cele Bank in Irvington, was in town last brates Washington's Birthday. Friday. This having been Mr. Payne's home at one time, he is always a welOn Momlav afternoon h (!lnvtrnnrf come visitor in town. graded school entertained the patrons Joe Glasscock, ot Fisher, who is servot tilts city with a Washington celebraing on the jury, spent Sunday at his tion. Tl'p nroirrfini urns .'is fnllni'? "Truth For a Day," a short Colonial home. John Lyddan, of Webster, spent last play given by the eighth grade girls. week with his sister, .Mrs. John Akers. Song By second grade girls. Play, ''Patriot's. League" By sev Zack Stlth, of Bewleyville, was the e nth and eighth crades. guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. An Special soncs were civen bv the drew Elder. tourth, tit tit and sixth grade girls. Mr. Phelon, of Owensooro, was in About one hundred visitors were town on business last Saturday. present. Marcus Mattingly, of Kirk, has sold his stock of goods and dwelling to Alvin Rebuilding Home. Miller and Will Dellaven. These men Mrs. Hannah Hardin is rebuilding have taken possession of the store. her home recently destroyed by lire. Rev. Knue, Mr. and Mrs. Bob KenM. Weatherholt has contract for the nedy went to Indianapolis last week to finishing lumber. attend the funeral of their father, Mr. Knue, who was accidentally killed. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton spent BILL the week end in Louisville. Will Simmons, of Irvington, was the Providing For Making Lincoln guest of friends in town Sunday. Home National Park to be Judge Doweil made a business trip to J.-C- Courthouc at one o'clock p. in., Satur dav, February 2(1, 1!)I6, for the pur pose of .selecting 2(1 delegates to rep resent this county for them at the l'ourth Congressional District Cunven tion to be held at Ellzabethtown, Ky , on Tuesday, February 2!t, where dele gates to the Republican National Con vention, a member of the State Central Committee and an elector will be choten and to attend the State Con vention to be held iu Louisville, Ky., on March 1, 19i6, where delegates from the State at large, members of the State Central Committee anil electors will be choseu, aud to transact any other business that may properly come before said County Convention. All Republican voters are urged to be present nnd participate in said con vention. Given under our hands this February 14, l!l(l H. M. BEARD, Chairman Republican County Com. D. D. DOWELL, Secretnry Congressional Oratorical Contest to Be Held day Night. MISS TAYLOR TO Fri- ENTERTAIN. rise; Act well our part, there all the honor lies. Pope. Miss Kathleen Squires, of Cloverport, is the guest of her sister, Mm. Robert Honor and shame from no condition J0 Favorably Reported. t. The wedding of Miss Ellie McClellan, of Free, aud Mr. Zachariah Burdett, of this city, will take place this after noon at the St. Kose parsonage. Rev. Father Henry will perform the ceremony. They will reside here. Harrcl Hinton. The marriage of Miss Gertrude Har- daughter of Mr. and Mrs W, L. Harrel, of Axtel, to Mr. Willis Hintou, took place Wednesday, February 1(1, In St. Mary's church. Rev. J. F ,Knue performed the ceremony. Miss Edith Harrel, u sister of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Coleman Hinton, brother of the groom, was best man. Following the ceremony there was a breakfast given at the bride's home, and later a reception was given them at the groom's home. rel, STEWART'S LUNG BALSAM and 50c Use our "QmJxnm" fr preserving and curing OlTlOKUm Meat your Meats Easy to Use Safe to Use 25c LEX'S COLD TABLETS WILL CURE THAT COLD IN ONE NIGHT. Mrs. Grant Entertained. Mrs. II. L. Bruner most delightfully entertained at a kitchen shower at her honor of I home on Thursday evening in '. l tit ill .. r mra. Alt! lingua uitHJic uraiit. wuu was married to Mr. Will Grant February IX Rook was played during the evening and delicious refreshments served. Ice cream at each table and punch In the dining room, Many useful gifts were received by the bride. Remember we save you 20 per cent on all your purchases Returns to Old Home. Rev. Geo. K. Morris, of Oklahoma, has sold his farm out there and returned to his old home near IJewley-vill- e. His old friends are glad to see him back. He is glad to get back he says on account of his health. Climate out there did not agree with hlui, Hardinsburg and Irvington . PHARMACIES O. W. Ilendricksoti has bought 30 acres of land from Jessie Iv. Miller for The following parties sold mules to :W5. The land joins his place and Vic Robertson last week: John Nevitt, gives him now a nice farm. one for "; John Knight, three for $:75; William Skillman, one for $i7."; Visits Old Home. Jim Hinton. one lor 1(1 "5; W. J. Robertson, one for $175; Levy Butler, two G. H. Sliellin.iii, of Webb, Miss., for :IOO. was at Hardinsburg recently. He is a son of G. V. Shellman, who moved Good Tobacco Sale. from this county several years ago. His grandfather, David DrUkell, who J. N. Skillman & Son, of Hardins- has been on a visit down there, came sold John Phelon, of Cloverport, burg, home with him. 6,000 pounds of tobacco at $7.2-- round. This is one of the best crops they have Selling Tobacco. raised in years, and it the eleventh crop they have sold Mr. Phelon at satisfacDr. J. M. Walker, Thos. J. Trlplett, tory prices. Bewleyville, George Lucas, Hudson, J. L. Gray aud James Blair, Custer, and Toklo has more than 800 public Jesse Robinson, Hudson, were In Loubaths and more thau 300,000 natives bathe dally at a cost of about 13 cents isville last week selling tobacco. They report (food prices. apiece. 1 Sales of Mules. Buys Farm. TO OLD FOLKS FIND A THEJP Given bv Judqc JURY Rcfer- A CHEERY FRIEND Who WE ARE NOW READY Layman Boon to Those Have ing to the Election Laws. Started Down the Hill of Life. So many of us have been seeking sonic Gentlemen of the Jury, in addition to really efficient remedy to give to our old the many crimes I have nlrcnily called your attention to, we have a nuiiilicr of folks who arc treading in the long That remedy must sections of the statutes which have been shadows of life contain the proper tonic qualities to re enacted for the purpose of protecting the right of suffrage, Kvery man who vitalize sluggish organs and the blood That something has been found possesses the qualifications fixed ly these laws has the right to cast his vote at any It is Tnnlac. It is cowardly to let debility sap away election and to have that vote counted as the life and comforts when it can be hertl-ng- e. cast. This is your birthright and A condition of debility never The right belongs to every citizen stayed Instead, it gradually wears itself out. Coiiimoiiwealtl of this county and These laws are your laws, They are the grows more pronounced unless proper It very hed rock upon which your county measures to check it nre taken gathers force and nourishes itself upon and state governments rest. Through, and hy your elections, you select those the tissues of the body. To build up debility. who discharge the affairs of county and those tissues is to fight conditions of debility Characteristic state. If the source Itecome impure, jou cannot expect that there will How there- both ill old and young arc nervousness, depression of backaches, from good government, because an im- headaches, pure fountain does not give off pure spirits, loss of appetite, sleeplessness feeling water. The criminal laws constitute the and a general that comes from lack of energy. fabric out of which is woven the protecTanlac is designed to combat these tion of life, liberty and property which conditions iu many ways. It is a splenWithout them your life you enjoy. would not be safe, your liberty would did tonic ami tissue builder with just the It quiets not be preserved and your property right amount of proteids. would no longer be secure. The man nerves and brings balk restful sleep, debit-iatewho transgresses them, violates your which is Nature's first aid to the i It corrects stomach troubles citizen, rights and the rights of every mil there, in nine cases out of ten, you It is your duty, as citizens, as jurors, and as patriots, to enforce and protect these have the seat of a nervous, debilitating laws Independent of your oaths, you lilment, With the body recharged with vigor, should do this, but the oath places upon that detested, despondent feeling passes You you au additional obligation. should feel as much wrong when one of away so quickly you are astonished and your laws have been violated, as when mighty regretful that you didn't start your properly has been taken from you out to fight it long before. Tanlac may now be obtained iu Clover- against your will and without your conport, Ky., at Wedding's Drug Store, sent. The statute makes it the duty of the county court clerk to cause the where its great popularity is being betnames of all candidates in his jurisdic- ter shown every day. tion, where nominations have been made to be properly printed upon the official In fact, gentlemen, the law, if cotn-ie- d ballot. If he shall willfully and knowwith, piotects the ballot in its . ingly fail iu this, he violates the law-- purity from the moment the petition of The paper for the ballot is required to the candidate, and it likewise protects be of number one white book paper The the voter from any improper influence ballot is required to be in proper form as above indicated The enforcement of and the law imposes a severe penalty these laws is iu your hands The good upon the printer of such ballot if he name of your county and state is iu your prints same in any form other than di- care and keeping. I am sure you will rected, or delivers any ballots to any keep the oath you have taken, as your persons other then the county court beacon light to guide you in all your clerk. Theie must be printed fiOJr more deliberations If you do, you cannot go ballots than there were votes in the pre- wrong. cinct at the last state or national elecI have heretofore instructed the grand tion. Also he is required to prepare juries of this county after each election Long and furnish linen envelopes large enough as I have you today I have talked to to contain the billots of the precinct, your Commonwealth's Attorney, Judge another for the tally sheet, and another Moorman, and he, at all times, has for the disputed ballots which shall, by shown himself anxious to enforce your 1. H. Canary was away a few days the officers, be placed in said envelopes election laws, and preserve the rights of respectively, and sealed when the said your voters and people sacred as the last week on business. election is over. The Roberts' llottom School closed law intends lie has joined me iu urgIt is the duly of the clerk to deliver ing other juries to correct these evils, if Monday. these, the proper pads ami stencils to they exist, and to enforce the law, and Cliff Pool, of Stephensport, is the the clerk of the precinct and take his he desires to say something to you on guest of his brother, Rice Pool receipt therefor. Any clerk who fails to this question now Russell Pendelton sold W. I. Hallow-somdo this, or person who willfully sti-alor nice hogs last week. destroys or defaces any of these supplies is guilty of a violation of the law. Make Your Own Healing Do You Find Fault With Every- It is the duty of the sheriff to preRemedy at Home. pare proper booths and election places, body? anil the duty of the person receiving the disposiAn irritable, IJuy a 5c hottle of Farris Healing ballot boxes, stencils, pads and enveltion Is often due to a disordered opes, as above, to present them at the Remedy, ndd to it a pint of Linseed A man with good digestion poll for proper use, and if any of them Oil to m.'ike a healing oil, or add vase stomach. always good natured. A great many willfully fail or refuse to do so, they Una to make nil ointment. You will is benellted by violate the l."w. then have sixteen ounces of the Heal- have been permanently Chamberlain's Tablets after years of No person, except the election officers ing Remedy for harness and saddle suffering. These tablets strengthen and challengers, are entitled to remain trail, barlied wire cuts, scratches, or to perform within fifty feet of the polls while the any hurt or sore where the skin is the stomach and enable It Obtainable election is being held. broken. Positively guaranteed the its functions naturally. home, lly so everywhere. It is a violation of law for any voter to best made. Make It at attempt to leave the room with a ballot. doing jou have $2 00 worth for 5)c. Pony Breeding on the Increase. I lie law imposes a penalty upon any For sale at Wedding's Drug Store officer who places any ballot in the bal That the pony has been adopted with lot box which has on it any distinguishnew favor by those who love the equine AMiUONS. ing marks, defacement or mutilation. was strikingly manifested at the recent "If any officer or other person enNational Horse Show at Madison Square trusted with the custody or control Pony breeding is on the in15 C. Robbius is able to be up again, Garden. (if any ballot, either before or after crease in the United States and Huglaud, after a severe illnes-- . they have been voted, shall in any shows have wav mark, mutilate or deface any W. II DuKchke was iu Louisville a in spite of the war, the ballots or place any distinguishing been astoundiiigly successful. few days last week. marks theteon, either for the purThe fashion set by the National Pony pose of identifying the same, or for Amnions boasts of two stores W. II. Society to encourage children riding is the purpose of vitiating same is Dutschke & Sou and W. C. Dutschke. guilty ol a felony." being more and more followed iu the Rev. S. II. Kuglish was in Hardins-burp- ; country. Any officer of au election who willfully last Monday. certifies to false returns or any person Competition among children was very Mrs. W. I Hallow and daughter, Miss keen at the Royal Show. Farmers' who fraudulently changes a certificate of Hatty, were the guests of Mrs Geo, Home Journal. the result, is guilty of a felony It is a violation of law for any person, Hester a few days last week. who hae not resided in a precinct sixty Why Suffer From Colds? V, 15. Walls sold a nice bunch of days, or in the county six months, or iu hogs to W. II. Dutschke last week. "Wedding's Cold Tablets" will break the state twelve mouths, lo vote in any W. C Dutschke purchased a cow of that cold iu a very short time. 25c nt election In order to vote iu a general Charlie Kroush. Wedding's Drug Store. election a man must be tweuly-ou- e S. II. Robbius and W. A. Kskridge years of age At a primary election, if gasoline boat Population of U. S. Is he possess the other qualifications, he have purchased a nice Miss 15dua Payne is still improving may vote if he will arrive at the age of Nearing 102,000,000 Mark. twenty-onyeirs before the lirsl general slowly election thereafter. One who makes a Mr. Payne is thinking of going West. Census Bureau experts estimated refalse oath iu order to secure a vote is Misses Helen 15lder and Gertrude cently that the population of the United guilty of a felony. Shelmau were guests of Mrs. W. II States, on January I last was 101,208,315 The general law here referred to s Dutschke last l'riday and on July 1 they figured the populaalike to all primary elections. The Western States The W. M 17. met at the IJnglisli tion at 100,399,318, statute fixes a severe penalty against church at the usual hour iast Wednes- have led in growth, with Washington bribery, and defines it as, day Scripture reading by Miss Christia heading the list. The bureau's estimates "Any reward, benefit, or advanHauibletou and prayer by Miss I5thel are b.ised 011 the rate of increase between tage, pieseut or future, to the party Morgan. the 1900 and 1910 censuses. influenced or intended to be or to any other at his in Mrs. II. 15. Canary spent Thursday stance, or the promise of such re. No. 40 for the Blood with Mrs. W. C. Dutschke. ward, benefit or advantage." 15 O. Dutschke and Mrs. It. V. Lewis The giving or receiving of money or Expels scrofulous humors from the property to be used in influencing or attended the funeral of their uncle, Mr. blood, which causes constipation, maprocuring votes or the acceptance of Wash lllack, at Raymond. laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimMrs. Arvil Morgan was the guest of ples, etc. Get It at Wedding's Drug same by any person for said purpose, is bribery within the meaning of the law. Mrs. J, C, Morgan last Wednesday, Store on a guarantee to satisfy. WITH OUR NEW SHOP TO RECEIVE AND CONTRACT FOR ALL CLASSES OF MACHINE WORK OUR NEW BUILDING thoroughly equipped with new special machinery tor quick and ser- is OUR .' yu a pattern from your drawings or blue prints, and at prices far less than ; tg , Qur viceable work of all kinds. gQj BUILDING DEPARTMENT GENERAL REPAIR SHOP . is ready for all kinds of repair work Automobiles, Gas and Steam En- gines, Tank Work, Farm Machinery of all kinds, Gasoline Boats and gen- eral Blacksmith Work. has been equipped with, special ma- chinery for all kinds of Planing Mill Work Let ug estimate on your next job. Special attention given to boat building. WHEN YOU ARE IN THE CITY Z Fairbanks, Morse & hS p,,-i3u'-u 3 OUR FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT We Can Drop in and get our prices on your needs. Also see the new type 3 can do all kinds of Casting, either ?? farmJXe, from your pattern Or make p. h. p., tension magneto, burns either gasoline or oil. T hTti?ck'1i Cloverport Boat and Manufacturing Co. INCORPORATED Cumberland Distance Telephone No. 10. Cloverport, Kentucky V 3 e s A Growing Bank SB fault-findin- g Bank of Cloverport ft BULGARIA SEEKING PEACE Reported to Have Made Overtures to the Entente Powers. London, Fob. 14. Bulgaria is seeking poaeo with tho cntento powers, according to tho Athens correspondent of tho Exchange Telegraph company, who, In a dispatch received here states that ho has obtained confirmation in cntento circles in Greeco or reports that Bulgaria had mado overtures for a separate peace. Bulgaria accomplished her object in entering tho European war when Serbia was overthrown, so her anxiety to mnko terms causes no surprise Before among tho entento powers. declaring war It was definitely announced In her behalf that her participation would bo limited to tho campaign In Serbia and that onco Serbia was conquered her activo participation would ccaso. No Intimation of tho terms Bulgaria Books could not bo obtained. White Wyandottesl 3S& Are rapidly"pushing to tho front us a dual purpose fowl and aro unsurpassed in Beauty and Quality Let me Tell You Why You Should Raise J y 3j j This Wonderful Breed I have 4 grand nuttings this season, of tho best blood lines in tho country. I have tho world's greatest Dustan Dixio Quality and Fishols strain pure stay white land and tho egg laying typo. Each strain is mated separate to fine, vig- orous, pure white, lino shapo and good size cockerels and tho quality of these nuttings aro unequalled for tho monoy. A limited number of settings from thoo grand matings for sale at SI. 50 to 3.00 per 15 eggs, with satisfaction guaran- teed. HERBERT HALL, e Medicine or Food. You have always bought the bulky stock food and given to your stock as a medicine. Why not buy only the medicine and furnish your own food? The medicine will be much more certain. Iu fact, I), A. Thomas Stock Remedy is so certain to give the right results that we sell it on the money back plan. If it doesn't "straighten up your horse or cow or sheep, we give your money back. For sale at Wed- 5) ?a y 3- - Hardinsburg, Ky. ding's Drug Store. Screens which nffectually keep frcm entering buildings by way of electric ventilating fans have been perfected in England. Subscribe Today STATE DEBT TO BE REFUNDED General Assembly To Pass on Plan of Gov. Stanley THE FARMER AND WIFE TEACH tho teacher's supervision, tho farmer nnd his good wife took charge. Tho farmer took tho youngsters out to seo his cattle, while ho explained whnt ho considered the best plan of feeding to Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? anai n l maimers TAXES MAY BE RAISED Extra revenue of five cents on the Special hundred dolars needed Tho little chap in blue overalls, holdsession seems assured. ing his home-mad"Farm Day" Hag, was ono of the school children to help f In this new colobrntlon In Hurt CounIf tho ty last September. Perhaps "Farm Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Legislature so resolves, tho people Day" ought not to bo spoken of as a all, becnuso It Is merely will have an opportunity to pass on celebration at the school children going to school to tho question of Issuing bonds for tho a good farmer and his wife for a day. payment of tho $3,000,000 debt In tho Hut then It was a celebration for the form of outstanding warrants against good neighbors and parents of tiio school children, so perhaps It was sometho State at the Novomber election. thing of a mixture of a celebration ami Bonding this debt would mean a a going to school that pleased everysaving of about $50,000 a year In in- body Immensely. Farm Day goes to show that now terest and would place tho State's things In tho llfo of the rural schools credit on a firm basis. are springing up everywhere, and tho A commltteo of tho Kentucky Bankonly difficulty In using them rationally ers' Association was called together is, that tho change of administration at tho cxccutlvo mansion, whero they at Frankfort Is putting Into olllce a discussed with Governor Stanley tho now man as Superintendent every four school questions of refunding $3,000,000 of years. No matter how strong atimo In man he might be, ho has no state warrants. It was which to develop school matters over tho consensus of opinion that tho a long period, nnd so tho school and rest-bearing warrants should bo re- the children suffer. On the 10th of September tho chilfunded. Ways of bettering tho Stato's were also discussed dren and teachers of 28 schools went financial affairs visiting. Each school had selected tho at length. Kentucky bankers and party load- bost farm and homo In the neighborers nro of tho opinion that an addi- hood to visit for tho whole day. Everytional rovenuo of Ave cents on tiio body had been notified a week In adhundred dollars Is needed to make vance, so that each child and every Instead of ends meet and provide for tho actual visitor brought a lunch. "readlu", wrltin', an' rlthnictic," undor come. necessities of government. e g Inte- make them n profitable proposition. Horses nnd mules, cows nnd calves, sheep and hogs were Judged for points. Tobacco patches, cornfields nnd meadows were inspected and estimates made of crops still on the land or In the hnrns. Tho girls were taken In hnnd by tho good housekeeper nnd shown through her home from cellnr to garret. Her methods of' handling her milk nnd cream and butter were explained In full. Her turkeys, chickens and geeso were visited. She told them whnt sho considered tho best breeds, and gnvo them her Ideas of tho feeding nnd tho enro of fowls. Sho even got out her winter supply of Jams, Jellies, preserves and canned fresh fruits nnd vegetables nnd told her audience whnt sho considered the safest plan of "put. ting up garden an' orchard sass" so that It would be certain to keep. Tho farmers were delighted bocauso It made' tho children see tho farm from a proper viewpoint. The housowlves were charmed becauso tho children saw how closely connected good farm ing nnd good housekeeping were. Tho neighbors were pleased because tho day became an Informal social gather ing which centered about tho school. Tho teacher was glad to be able to have tho children busy with real things and rcnl problems, while their own parents nnd neighbors looked on. If every county in the state could hnvo a "Farm Day" or a half dozen of them scattered through tho year. It would force tho iuntter of education close homo to every parent. As was mentioned above, ono of the great stumbling blocks to definite and advancement lu the schools of tho stnto is that tho school system Is tied up In politics. This Is not tho fault of the school men nnd women, but tho fault of tho people. If tho people love their children, and they do, they will see to it that tho schools nro lifted out of politics for all tlmo to AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole Stato of Kentucky Can Say This. Farmers j Dealers ALBERT WINS Patented Process is Responsible for its International Popularity. Smokers so much appreciate the flavor and coolness and nromn of Prince Albert pipe and cigarette tobacco that they often marvel that this one brand could from all others. be so dlAi-rcn-t The; answer to this question is to be found on the reverse side of every Prince Albert package, where you will read: "Process Patented July 3OU1, 1907." Prince AlThat tells the whole story. bert is made bj a patented process that cuts out the bite and parch, which makes the tobacco so mighty agreeable and sat isfying to men of every taste of every civilied nation on the globe. Smokers should realize that this pat ented process cost three years' continuous work and study nnd a fortune in Hut the result has money to perfect. proen to be worth all that was expended upon it, because it has set free men who believed they never could enjoy a pipe or a makin's cigarette. Prince Albert makes it possible tor every man to smoke a pipe or to roll his And, no matter how tender cigarettes. tlje tongue, Prince Albert cannot bite or parch. That is cut out by the patented process, leaving for the smoker only the joys of the fragrant tobacco. It is a fact that since Prince Albert "arrived," just about six years ago, it has made three men smoke pipes where one smoked a pipe before! in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hopshend of Tobacco ia carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER & DURRETT, L. T. Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. SSavc $20 Now! $55.00 i keeping or pays for a FullIDiploma $75.00 Hook- -- iff Shorthand Course, TllVlli UNLIM1as I! TED, Hi Wi j if you enroll at once. Write today for cata- log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 5cS. Address j Another amendment added reduces tho amount to bo expended by a can$1,000 An Investigation will bo made of didate for State Senator from tho charges against Representative to $500.bill, as passed by tho House, Tho Harvey, of Webster County, ardent call for statements of expendileader for the prohibition cause, by did notIn elections for bond Issues, Representative Pumphrey, of Flem- tures franchise Issues and local option elecing, on the Houso floor, to the effect tions. This defect In the bill was that Harvey has approached a cham remedied by tho amendment of SenaIn the Capitol Hotel with outstretched hands. A resolution pro tor Frost, vldlng for this Investigation and also A Board of Accountants to examine of tho charges made by Harvey that accountants, introduced Governor Stanley was elected by tho and accredit Booles, passed by a unliquor Interests and that a distiller by Senator vote. had contributed $25,000 to his canv animous palgn passed tho Houso. It provides The House resolution, authorizing that a commltteo of three shall bo the state university to participate In selected by each side and that the tho funds which will accrue under the 'seventh member shall be selected by Smith-Leve- r bill, pending in Congress, tho six. So far the six have been un- was passed by the Senate. able to agreo on the seventh man. The representatives of Harvey have are taxed $7.50 license suggested James D. Black, which was not acceptable to In a bill which seems to regulate the Issuing of licenses and penalties for the Pumphrey side. Harvey has denounced tho Pum- illegal hunting, which passed tho Sen- phrey charge as a "frame-up,and ato 17 to 11. in an effort to prevent his activities Providing for tho teaching of ngrl- for the prohibition cause. He has received hundreds of letters, scores of culture In tho common schools, tho telegrams from bill of Senator Antlo passed tho upper and resolutions churches from all parts of the State body 28 to 4 Tho bill ,was so amended have been forwarded expressing con- as to glvo teachers until July 1, 1918, to qualify to teach agriculture. fidence in him. as tho reason for a special session. ber-mai- d Llout.-Govern" A special session of tho General , f bo of very Httlo avail. The bill, he 1.1 jia&umuiy iu ueierimiiu uie jiiuuer ui revenues and taxation seems assured, declared, gavo the Governor the right and It is believed that administration to spend $20,000 In elections, hut put leaders will blamo the Injection of no limit on tho amount his friends knowledgo tho prohibition question Into tho pres- spent, if ho disclaimed any ent sessions tho causo for delay and of tho expenditure. her work has been commendable in every respect, according to those who have been In position to see some of the activities. i M II. O. KEESLING, President BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE i 1 Louisville, Kentucky Tho Central Kentucky Millers' Association, at their annual conference in Lexington, made known their opposition to the bill recently Introduced In tho Legislature, proposing the control of tho sale of mnuufacured feeding stuff bo transferred from the Kentucky Experiment Station to the Stato Department of Agriculture. The Japanese carry ,their tobacco iu a insurance code bill, now before the . Legislature, was given unqualified In- purse ami smoke 11 in a it..,.. pipe. uiiiu dorsement. Woman's Home Companion for March Contains a new Serial entitled "The Bine A dcteetire Envelope," by Sophia K'eer. story, by Win. J. Burns. "An awfully JV'iec Girl," "Chloe Malone,"" The Jtising Tide." amicablo settlement of what threatened to become a serious factional disputo over the' Instructions to be given Kentucky's delegates to the Republican National Convention, appears to hnvo been made. A conference of leaders was held, with tho result of which eight instead of four delegntes-at-largshall bo sent from Kentucky, each to have half n An voto Federal Control Urged For Tuberculosis. Particioation of the Federal Govern ment through the United States Public Health Service in the study and control of tuberculosis is urged by a resolution adopted by the National Association for the Study nnd Prevention of Tuberculosis made public today. The National Association proposes that bv act of Congress a special divis ion of tuberculosis be established in the UulteO States Public Health Service with an adeouate appropriation. This division should be manned by experts nnd .should study the tuberculosis proD-lefrom everv point of view and should, so far as possible, set up stand ards for the treatment and prevention of the disease throughout the couutry One of the problems which It is to smdv first would bo that of the indigent migratory consumptive, par ticularly in tho health resorts ot various parts of the United States, such as Collfornin, New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. Another croblem which It is proposed should be studied is that re lating to ,the causes of tuberculosis. A bill Introduced bv Congressman Kent, of California, in the House, and by Senator Norris. of Nebraska, in tlie Senate, provides for some of the things which the National Association asks tor and also for a Federal subsidy to hosconsumppitals caring for d Fathered by citizens of Covington, a bill, authorizing tho acceptance of Senator Strlcklett nnd Rcprescnta-timgifts of trusts by boards of education Meyers were selected by Gov A bill psrmlttlng adjacent counties and public Institutions, passed the ernor Stanley to introduce and handlo to maintain joint high schools, intro- Senate by a unanimous voto. the administration senatorial and duced by Sonator Frost, passed tho legislative redisricting bills. upper body by a unanimous vote. An Important bill was Introduced in tho Senate by Senator Combs, Permitting third-clascities to im A joint resolution was passed by both which proposes to make tho election prove streets on a branches of tho General Assembly to of County School Superintendents non- plan, tho bill of Representative Myers, adjourn from last Saturday over until partisan. It provides for tho doing considered ono of tho most Important Wednesday morning of this week, away with tho emblem in this particu- bills of tho session, passed tho Senate Tuesday being tho anniversary of the lar contest. 24 to 0. birth of George Washington. Another bitter liquor fight developed For That Cough. A joint resolution, originating In the in tho Houso when a resolution, re"Penslar White Pine and Spruce Hal Senate, petitioning Congress to take questing tho Kentucky delegation In steps looking to tho prevention ol Congress, to voto for Natlon-widpro sain" is the cough medicine that stands ' floods nnd Hood damage in tho Missis- hibition camo up. Representative in a class by itself. 25c at Wedding's sippi Valley was adopted In tho House Myors tacked on an ninendmont which Drug Store, on motion of Representative Mc.Mur-ray-, provldod for compensation. This was of Fulton County. passed by a voto of 48 to 47. After SAVES RARE OLD VIOLIN. the adoption of tho amendment In this Tho bill of Senator Williams to pro- form, which was not acceptable to tho Girl Digs Relic From a Trunk as the tect birds and game animals, passed "drys," n motion was mado by ItoprO' House Burns. tho upper house without a dissenting sentatlvo Greene, author of tho resolu Tnconm, Wash. A rnro old violin voto 28 to 0. tlon, to table tho matter, which was valued tit $700 ami owned by Miss n carried by a voto of 72 to 14. Beecher of l'uynllup wih all that An unsuccessful effort to call up the was saved when tho Httlo houso adbill to abolish betting on horso races, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Chair joining tho homo of John S. Ellegood by Rcprosentatlvo Ollvor, ol man of tho Kentucky Illiteracy Coin on South hill humeri to tho ground. was made Scott County. mission, upon Invitation, addressed a As Miss Iteechcr opened tho door to Joint Assembly sosslou in bohalf of enter her room sho was met by a cloud After four hours of careful con the bill proposing n $20,000 annual of Htuoke. Her first thought wns of corrupt appropriation for tho work in tho tho old violin, stored iu u siunll iron .slderntlon, the Spoor-Vanc- o practices act passed tho Sonato by a stato during tho noxt four years. trunk, which had been given to her by DUliuiui muuiu vuauub Mrs. Stowart, without compensation, her father nnd which wns prized as an lu u lu tuiu dissentingl. voto. tho has spent much tlmo in tho stato in heirloom of tho family. Although voting for tho bill, saying opening "Moonlight schools" and reRushing into tho smoke, sho grabbed ho bolloved it to bo a step In tho right ducing the Illiteracy which existed In tho trunk, but found it was too heavy direction, Sonator Frost denounced the many parts, especially tho mountain to drag out. Sho lifted tho lid. how bill as a "hush-up.- " It was tho inten districts. ever, took out tho violin and carried It tion, he said, to fool the people by the Sho has the endorsement of educa- to safety. passage of this measure, which would tors' frdm all parts of the country and s o Ma-rai- Tho Senate refused to concur in the amendments tacked on by the Houso bill, and to tho Zimmerman the Chair appointed a Conference of Senators Committee, composed Zimmerman, Frost and Huffaker to confer with a like commltteo from tho House regarding theso amendments. anti-lobby A. petition was presented to , the General Assembly from citizens of PIko County, requesting the support for tho bills affecting Covington and Newport saloons. Endeavoring to win favor of the delegation and hnvo them Instructed for Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, tho program of Edwin P. Morrow seemed to bo extremely distasteful to Congressman Caleb Powers, John W. Langley and to J. Frank Taylor, of Glasgow, who led tho factional clement in tho conference. It Is said that neither sido wished to send an uulnstrticted delegation. Those most prominently mentioned In connection with places on tho state delegation Include both of tho Congressmen named, Mr. Morrow, Richard P. Ernst, Covington, Marshall Bullitt and Augustus E. Wlllson, Louis vlllo; Judge E. C. O'Rear, Frankfort, und l'hll Brown, a negro editor of Hopklusvlllo. at Chicago. Special Articles: "The Principles of Giring," "Women and Prepardness," "One Year of Better Films." Latest Fads and Fashions by Grace Jl. Gould, fk WWfl WmfW fWVMl &&&&& tWfe SHERIFF'S SALE. ft. Basils Feed I've been able to get, says Mr. W. wrltlntr M. Hubbard, l'lvsIdVnt Indiana Poland Association. I'lilim tlrof-dirs- By virtue of an execution No. S2i, directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of Breckinridge Circuit Court, in favor of Marlon McGavock against Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 28th day of February, 1016, between the hours of 12 o'clock a. m. and -tives. o'clock p. in. , at the Court House door, Dr. Hnrdlnsburg, Ky., expose to I'ublic Commenting on the resolution, Sale to the highest bidder, the followCharles I. Hartfield. Executive Secre property, or so much tary of the National Association for the ing described be necessary to satisfy as may Studv and Prevention of Tuberculosis, thereof debt, interest and costs, to plaintiff's says: "In spite of the fact that tuber wit: culosis is costing the United btates from Sixhindred nnd eighty dollars and $r)00,000,000 to $1,000,000,000 every year fortvtwo cents. A lot or parcel of in lives lost, the amount of money being land lying nnd being in the Cltv of Breckinridge. spent annually by all private and public Cloverport, County Inof certain suburb Stnte of Kentucky, a is not much more man agencies known as Eastland, lying on the Clover-pocru 000.000: nnd while a nation-wid- e nnd Hnrdlnsburg turnpike, front sade to stamp out tuberculosis has been ing on said pike about IM feet, running the organized, wo nro still Ignorant of many back parallel to and&bounded onpropTile Co. East by Miller Brick of the factors that produce It. A few erty 200 feet; thence nt about right anthousand dollais wisely spent in scien gles and bounded on the West by proptific research under Federal inipervision erty of A. B. Sklllman about Vis feet; parallel with nnd bounded by will secure results of Incalcuiacie uene thence of Eliza Bates, colored, on the property fit to this country." West 200 feet to Murray Avenue on Cloverport and Hardinsburg turnpike; No Secrets thence West nnd parallel to said Murray Avenue ubout I5O feet to the beginSpruce ning. Upon this plot there are situated about "Penslar White Pine and buildings sh'nglo Balsam." ..The formula of this great four frame rooms and roofed porch, and . front with three l.t1. uumw. cougli nieiiicine is on vvviy Is a part of the snma property couveyed at Wedding's Drug Store. to F. L. Llghlfoot by Mary Etta Evans by deed dated August S, 1010. recorded One-hal- f of the world saves the other In llrecklnrldge County Clerk's office lu Deed Book No. 60, page 105. Levied half from having to work for a living. upon as the property of Dr. V. L. Of the Indians in the United States Llghtfoot. 104,000 speak English; TERMS: Sale will be made on a rt l'oiitaliif. Indiana. ruiioiin. lit' lie linn lrl"!tlH'm all. Tlillioll u i Ulillllo mlittiro if ulfalftfc. l"l inpol. l tH,luwr. vuru rrilHh-if,-wunt.ttt. Iln.t'.' ni"!l. n uro,ilL-- iranio Ititrlfy unit trruuiitllluXM-.i.niiii.r. wrttf rurf nil Inlt'rmat Ion. Zd I..O.Mibwo. VB.rlEB SUCR fttfl CO.. f rlirormt Ifto beta aMe KMjgwA hPKayt. Rnni fir's Pitf Meal has i.inwn "It Ins lenl thai I almt In il ami Im ! cn u.M to my litm tio tho credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of (I per cent, psr annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a judgment A. T. Beard, S. B. C. By W. C. Bate. U. S. How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Cold. "Some time ayo I had a very bad couch" write Lewis T. Davis, Black-wateMcCabo "My brother, Del. s Davis, gave me a small bottle of After tak-in- g Couuh Komedy. tlls I bought half a dozen bottles of it but (.nly used one of them as the cough left me' and I have not been troubled since." Obtainable everyr, Cham-borlaln'- where. Ashes from fumed woolen or cotton cloth nre used for heallug wounds. Use The Want Column I IF 17 Hob I'ophnm, of Louisville, wns here HARNED jNOTES visiting friends) last week. Miss I'earl Davis Is spending the JOHN 0. BABBAGE. Editor and Publisher week with her mint, Mrs. Vernon Whit In General of Thriving Town worth, of KoMettn. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Somi Walter Ilrown and Frank Hlack mad and Vicinity Concerning Peo a business trip to Hardinsburg Thurs pie Here, and Around Here CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1916 day. i vi a -Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Undines are Mr. J. H. Lambdon. of Livcrmoore spending this week with her father, S was here last week calling on friends A. DavK Miss Cora Hook Is visiting her sis Miss Nannie Elliott was In Woodrow ter, Mls Effie Hook, at Lum K$k shopping Wednesday. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Estell Davis left Thursday for Sic ridge's. Floyd Quiggins went to McDanlel Kinney, Texas, where he will join hi of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Cards cousin, J. W. Davis, who has a position Saturday. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. for them both on a ranch in Western CHIT Fentress, of Falls of Kough Texas. wns tho guest of Lum Kskridge Satur Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Urown had tor day night. their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. aud Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Crume and chll Mrs. Sidney Johnson and children, Mr. dreu were the guests of her parents "T11K HIGHER THINGS IX LIFE." Htirrel Brown and family, and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Macy Saturday Kdwurd ,1. McDcrmott delivered an ad Former Lieut-Gov- . Julia Hrown. night and Sunday and attended church He spoke Mr. dress to the Transportation Club of Louisville recently. and Mrs. Clint Elliott aud dnugh at Ephesus. on "The Ilielicr Things in Life." ter, Miss Nannie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Watts, who has been ill for "In addition to thinking about transportation and freight prob Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hruner. some time is slowly improving. lems and mono', this organizution, and all other orsranization, should Stanley Gray, of Custer, tobacco and Thos.. Paul and A I Quiggins, of tbink about the liiahcr thing of life, the moral problems that con- stock buyer, was in our vicinity Thurs Hudson, and James Paul, of Hardin Springs, were the guests of relatives front us all," Mr. McDermott said. "There is a great war in Europe day. BIG MEN, RICH MEN, BUSY MEN. ARE ALL LOOKING FOR Mrs. G. H. Carman entertained a few here last week. and when it is over we will be confronted by more problems than YOUNG MEN WHO CAN FILL IMPORTANT JOBS. of her friends with n Valentine dinner Dan Quiggins, of Hudson, was the ever confronted us before. Wc have murders and lynchings in this Monday. Those present were: Misses THE MAN WITH THE BANK ACCOUNT IS THE ONE WHO country. Money is a great thing and business is a great thing, but Pearl and Ozzia Davis, Myrtle Priest, guest of T. J. Hay Monday night. Sell Butler and family, ,of Big GETS THE JOB AND THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO GET INTO after all the main thing that confronts us in this country, is that wo Hattie, Lester and Lula Mae Carman! Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. O. THE FIRM. START A BANK ACCOUNT AND INCREASE YOUR should be Christians, civilized beings. How shall we do somcthint Messrs. Gilbert Lyon, Mug Carman, Butler Friday and Saturday, leaving to bring about a better state in society? How shall wc try to make Hobert Tinius, Walker Board and Es tor Louisville Sunday, where they will BALANCE. Henry Carman. tell tho country so that the law will be respected with as great respect as All Davis, and Mrs. make their home. BANK WITH US reported a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and possible to give? Let the members of this organization let us all, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hrown and lit daughter, Louise, week-en- d were the labor to make life better liens than it ever was before, so that wc will tle daughter, Louise, spent Sunday Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory all be citizens of the great republic." with Mr. and Mrs. Evans Carman. at Garfield. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Tice McCoy, of McCoy, was the HA BY WEEK CAMPAIGN. guest of his uncle, P. M. Tucker, Fri RAYMOND. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. day night One of the developments of tho piofound and growing interest Kepresentatlve II. A. Caunon. of in the welfare of babies during the past few years is the Baby Week. Kev. Blackburn, of Wolf Creek, filled HARDINSBURG, KY. The baby week campaigns, which have been held in many cities, are his regular appointment here Saturday McCoy, passed through here Friday on his way homo from Frankfort for a primarily educational: their purpose is two fold first, to give to the and Sunday. few days stay. parents of a community the opportunity of learning the facts with James Rhodes was in Hardlnsburg Miss Lottie Davis has returned to regard to the care of their babie-- ; second, to make known to a com- one day last week on business er home at Locust Hill munity the importance of it-- , babies, the special facts relating to the Mcsdames Amos Mattlngly and Her .Mr. and Mrs, G. P. Macy were the babies of the community, and the need of permanent work for their man (Jiaycamu, of I'aynesville, at- guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. tended the funeral here last Wednes m Macy Sunday. welfare. These purposes maybe carried out in various ways: by day and spent the night with Mrs. ?5? newspaper and advertising publicity: by sermons: by meetings and Mattingly's brother, II. M. Claycomb Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Davis and Mr. and Mrs Sam Tucker and family were entertainments, an infant welfare exhibit and many otlier ways. The J. F. Hasham has been confined to date chosen as most convenient for these campaigns - March to 11. his bed for several days with la grippe. tne guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sgi Bought before the recent advances in price. We igj Pile Sunday. Mi.is Leo Cashman received a letter l'Jlt!. A Baby Week at nny date may bo held as part of the nationMr. and Mrs. Field Pullen visited j2 have various styles. Write us for prices. Freight ?2 from her cousin In Seattle, Wash wide movement. ?2j paid to your nearest railroad station. We can make ?St stating a snow fell there about the first Jas. Holmes and family last week. It would be of great benefit to this community if the parents of Rev. Chestine KinnisOn filled his regf8 this town would work for infant welfare ami the need for permanent of Feburary that was from four to live ular appointment at ICphesus Sunday. prompt shipment. feet deep. Schools were compelled to J8? work for their prosperity. clo.se for three days. People had to Mrs. Frankle Smith, of Garfield, and feed the birds and shovel snow from Mrs. Laura Uridwell, of Texas, visited FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, their house roofs. It is a very rare Mr. aud Mrs. Jas. McCoy and family NEWSPAPER MEN. incorporated thing for snow to fall in Seattle. last week. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Ss St It is an often repeated assertion that the neivspapcr field above Misses Annie Keys, of Lodibnrg, and Mr. Cheek was the guest of Miss all others oilers opportunities found in no other sphere of activity. It Hattie Bell Dutschke, of Webster, Mamie Asklns last Thursday. is tho newspaper work that lifts the man devoted to it above his fel- speut Sunday with Miss Leo Cashman. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Irvin Mercer and baby low men. It is the knowledge that he is in touch with the vital af The singing at L. G. Avitt's Satur- left Monday for Illinois. fairs of community, state and nation tha' makes his advice sought day nig.it was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker are vis after and heeded. Whether he is a shining light or whether he is The people were greatly shocked on iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas We are Packing one of the thousands of lesser stars in the firmament of journalism, last Tuesday evening when the news Gray. was spread over the wires that W. L. Coupons Are Money To You Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott moved into his guidance is sought for. Be he great or small his light is seen Hlack had breathed his last on earth-H- the property recently vacated by Rev. novcr-the-lesNcwspaperdom gives its disciples an advantage over had been sick for several days with Tate Monday. in each 24 and 48-l- b. Sacks of any other men, and in return for honesty of purpose and hard work it la grippe, but was not thought to be so Miss Essie Matthews, of West View, grade of our flour. This is a Profit- holds out to them the most coveted gifts. There is a good place in low. He was twice married. His first Is the guest of her brother, Dr. J. E. wife and one child proceeded him in tho atlairs of men for all good newspaper men. offer to our consumers. See Matthews. death several years ago, His last Misses Frances Goodman and Lula coupons tor a list of Premiums or m wife and three children, two boys and Tho State-wid- e prohibition bill was settled Friday night. True, one girl survivel him. He profeseed Mattlngly, of West View, were the ask your grocer about it. the State-wider- s received a majority of the votes, but not the neces- faith in Christ and joined the Baptist guests of V. G. Goodman and family sary The vote by which the bill was lost was reconsid-e- i church at this place several years ago. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Weatherford and cd and that motion was laid on the table. Now there is no reason He will be greatly missed In the LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. church as well as in his home. He was daughter, Miss Hesslc U., were the why the Kentucky Legislature should not get busy and do something born February 8, 185", died February guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Weather- worth while. 15? making him 50 years and 7 ford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Watts have The people believe in Woodrow Wilson and all his policies re- days old at the time of his demise. gardless of Mr. Root's "terrilic arraignment." Mr. Wilson speaks The funeral discourse was preached by moved Into the house with his mother, his pastor, Kev. Hlackburn, after Mrs. Missouri Watts. the truth so plainly and patriotically that there is never any doubt which lie was laid to rest in tho RayHubert Mattlngly and Floyd Quigin the mind of the hearer, of the squareness of the man and what he mond cemetery. Much sympathy is gins visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mat extended to the bereaved family, es tlngly says. at West View Friday night. pecially to the bereaved companiun. Miss VInnle Glasscock, who Is at Among l(X),0u0,000 inhabitants of the United States, 39,375.271, tending school at Hardinsburg, passed or about two out ot every live are members, of some religious bod', through here Friday en route to her GARFIELD. according to ligure- - to be isued this week by the Federal Council of home at McCoy. churches of Christ in America. the first place, the hog wanted by the W. E. Hennlnger was In town Sun Mr. and Mrs. Avery llaynes have market usually runs between 175 and HOG-RAISI- NG day. HINTS fortunately this Is the Clovcrport is certainly a generous town. No one ever leaves moved to Hlair, Neb., to make that Wathen Crews Is on the sick list. 225 pounds, most economical weight at which to diswithout hundreds of good wishes and kind thoughts. No one ever place their future home, Willie Basham called on Miss Ger hog. Up to this point bis pose of John Riley Compton, 72 years of age, comes homo, who docs not receive a whole-hearteDisadvantages of Low Market gains are the welcome. made very cheaply, lleyoud died suddenly of appoplexy at his trude Alexander Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. T. Macy is on the sick list. home near here February I3 and was May be Overcome by Timely 300 pounds it is doubtful if under general conditions feeding can be made a HAWESVILLO NOTES. rest in the Utility cemetery Wednes- burled at Garfield February 14. Rev. P. E. Tucker was a caller at West day afternoon at 2 o'clock, Breeding and Good Care. profitable business. The hog, if propM. P. Compton conducted the funeral. View Sunday afternoon. The County Board of Education will erly fed, can readily be put upon the Mrs. D. D. Dowell came out from Mrs. Win. Kyler and son, Fritz, left meet the first Saturday in March. Hardinsburg Thursday to visit her The low prices received for hogs dur- market at 200 pounds In six or seven Kev. M. P. Compton from the Baptist Thursday morning for Louisville to This will be tho last meeting of the mother, Mrs. Lucy llaynes, for a few church. She was a consistent Chris ing the wast year have been discourag- months, Therefore have the pigs forthe visit her sister, Mrs J. II. Fritz, and Hoard before time to take the census of days. September market dropped in the latter tian woman and will be greatly missed ing to some of the hog; raisers of the part of February or during March. This other relatives. the pupils of school age. All changes Mrs. Mary LeGrand, who has been by her loved ones and friends. country. The hog should be a paying will require that the breeding of the Miss Zelma Anderson and Mr. Wait-ma- n for the year in the boundaries of dis- quite sick, Is Improving. Kirtis Garner, of Madrid, will movo animal. He requires less labor, less sows begin about the latter part of OctoJolly were married at the home trict should be made at this meeting Mrs, Frankle Smith and Mrs. Laura to his father's farm on Sinking Creek. equipment, less capital, makes greater ber or November first, continuing, if of tho bride, near Hosovillo, Sunday so that the pupils will be listed In the Urldwell were guests of Mrs. James necessary, during the first week in DeMr. and Mrs. George Morris and gains on loo pounds of concentrates, evening by Itev. Lafe Jarboe. The census of districts In which they will McCoy at Harned last week. himself faster and in greater cember. The pigs for the April market Clarion. family, who have been living In Oklaceremony was performed in the pres- attend school Mrs. Davis Handy and little son, homa for several years, are here far numbers, and returns the money faster should be dropped in early September. ence of a few friends and relatives. Howard D., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. an indefinite visit to relatives. than any other farm animal. The fact These pigs can then be weaned before The interior of the jail has been WOODROW. June Handy atLodlburg. paid for the November breeding season starts. Mrs. George Heard, of Indianapolis, remains, however, that prices newly papered and painted. In tact, In To have the pigs dropped in September hogs arc low and discouraging. Miss Nell Cashman was the Ind,, who lias been visiting relatives the whole Interior lias been overhauled I'ariners are vei y busy. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom here for several weeks, has returned spite of these prices the animal that it will be ntcessary to breed the sows and now has an appearance that Is a J. H. Carman, deputy sheriff, has Gregory. possesses the above advantages can still during May or early June. Under cerhome. credit to the county. been very busy In the last ten days. lift mortgages for his owner If the latter tain conditions it may be impossible to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uullock left Mrs. I. I!, Klchardson was iti HarOn Monday afternoon the Foreign Clint Elliott has sold his farm und Is mark at six last week for Hlair, Neb., to make dinsburg Thursday to visit her mother, will study and apply some of the funda- bring hogs to the Missionary Society of the Presbyterian moving to Hnrned. We will miss mental principles underlying the busi- mouths; however, a great effort should them their future home. Mrs. Minor Compton. church met with Misses Nannie and very much. ness. be made to attain this goal, as time Mrs. J. A. Sandbach entertalnted to Kate Jackson. After busluess had Clint Davis, who has been very sick, To begin with, the best can be made meaus money, and the longer hogs are Jesse Sutton died Tuesday of con- dinner last Thursday, Mrs. V. W. been disposed of, a dainty Valentine is able to be out again. of a poor market by having the hogs (Continued next week.) V sumption and was burled Wednesday at Smith, Mrs. James Hrldwoll, Misses luncheon was served. ready at the time when they are most Good Hope. Nell Cashman, Lydia Macy and NanLillian Francis, the little two wanted by that market. This normally Renewal. Prisoners in County Jail. Miss Myrtle Priest, of Garfield, who nie Board, months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, occurs during the spring and again durMrs. William Uullock, of near High Dear Mr. Babbage; Enclosed find There are fourteen prisoners in the ing early fall. The September aud OcJohn Early, of Utility, died Tuesday has been visiting her uncle, S. A Davis, Plains, died Saturday and was interred county jail. Jailor Meador had twenty-eig- tober market Is usually the highest. money order for one dollar for one night. The little one had been 111 only has returned home. on hand at one time last week, How can the farmer take advantage of year's subscription to Thc.Breckeuridge a few dayB of what appeared to be a Mrs, Laura Brldwell Is visiting friends in the Garfield cemetery Sunday. Funtral services were conducted by the biggest run he ever had. dup cold. The remains were laid to at Garfield and Harned this week, these facts to the greatest degree? In News. Mrs. Owen May, Lexlagton, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS eUut daA EIGHT PAGES. 'nil Warner sV-itccmuL .,(t....Mm T inir-iiniMH- mm i 11. lit Three Carloads of Wire Fencing MOSTLY ArFnK?rAij 1 V That Worth e s. A sharing the g two-third- Keep It In Mind -o V. G. Babbage, Notary Public d d ht 1. liiifiimr 11 iliiitih immii n 15he Breckenridrfe News 3.1, t WEDNESDAY, FBH. 1910 Entered at the I'oHOmicent Clovcrport, Kj as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE Branches in RATES OFFICES jnew york and chicago ' GENERAL all the principal cities FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct nnd city Offices t 2.60 $ 6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State mid District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications lu the Interest ol Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. Effective September No. 142 19, 1915. ,. -- Arriving irvingum Arriving Louisville. No. 144 will leave Clovcrport ArnvinK irvmnu Arriving Louisville. ... No. 140 will leavoClovereort Arriving Irvlnston .... EAST HOUND will leavn Clovcrport IOiirS iu. . 12:10 4:52 5:40 7:40 5:07 5:51 0:15 A. M. A. M. M. r. 1 1' I". Mrs. John Hum and daughter, Miss In Jeanctte Hum, spent Saturday Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aunll, of Casey villc, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kramer. Master Johnnie llurton, Mystic, was visiting his uncle, John Avltt, Lodi-burlast week. Mrs. Win. Gibson has returned from Stcphcntport, where she has been the guest of Mrs. Ben Lay. Mrs. George Mullen visited her sis ter, Mrs. Ed McAfee, and Mr. McAfee at Irvlngton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hendrlckson left Saturday for Chicago, HL, where they will tesldc in the future. Mrs. Carl Dowuard, of Louisville, visited her sister, Mrs. Ben Ridgeway, and Mr. Ridgeway last week. Senator Thos. J, Moore and Rcpre sentativc II. A. Cannon came home Saturday to spend a few days. The Epworth League will be led by Andrew Ashby nest Sunday, which Is designated as "Temperance Sunday." Kev. Paul S. Powell went to Louisville Monday to attend the Epworth League banquet of the Louisville d's trict. Mrs. R. E. Scrogglns, of ICIrk, Ky., left Tuesday for Detroit, Mich. Mr. Scrogglns has been there for several months. ond I'rancis Sawyer, Virginia and Mnry 4 4S4S ( McGavock, Mildred llabbage, Messrs. Leonard Oreirorv. Mnflon Denton. Unn. drill Weathcrliolt, Andrew Ashby. S5? W St'Ss35ie a. r t . s A j 3 T5SKS5:-- Cti-S- f THE WEDNESDAY CLUB Entertained At The home Of k Miss Louise Unbbagc firs, J K Conrad Hostess Todav. NoTKAdvcrtlseM plene notify the editor when you want advertisement discontinued. I Easter Sunday, April 23 How About That J ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD The Wednesday Club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Miss Louise Ilab. FOIt bage. A .special feature was a romance contest, Love in The Kitchen," and Miss llertha Perkins won the prize, n little china basket, Tilled with lion bons. Miss Perkins lias been studying a year with Miss llabbage, preparing for journalistic work with The Ilreckeuridge News. She is n gifted young girl and her success is assured Ilesidcs the members of the club, those invited to the club were: Mrs. John K. Kinchcloe, of Ilardinsburg, Mrs. Prank .Mattingly, Mrs James II. Randall, Mrs, 15. Prank Carter, Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mrs. R. M. l'cunick, .Mrs. T. V. Sawyer, Mrs, Joe Sawyer, Mrs. Hovious lichen, Misses Cleona Weatherholt, Ray Lewis Heyscr, llertha Perkins. Mrs Shelby Conrad will be hostess to the club this afternoon. Seed Corn. .lohrKin County While Seed on ear or tlicllrili iiro.erly sslrel ed. Tor price, write .1. It Mntllngly, liar- HALE- - tllnMiurg, Ivy., It. 1. Por Sale FOH SAMV-S- O Steers stfi-rs- , fK) licail of fresli.-- Ii. II. fcmllli. (larlleld. Ky. rimhI imuli'; 10 rows con n tr FOIt HA I, K Ky. Rhode Island Reds For Sale Ithodci Island Itcd chickens, caeli Julm II. Allen, Ilardins-burs- . -- For Easter us take your measure while selections are good. Let SUIT? & and Small Farms number of nrftv and small FOIt M to IW acres each. Tor pnrtleii lurs write Win. Adklson, llardlnsliurK. Ky., or James I). Sratou, Cloverport, Ky, For Sale SALE A Larc Wanted Man WANTIUK.Man past .10 with horse and stock condition powder TO per In Ilrecklnrldse county. Salary Address 0 Industrial llldg,, Indiamonth. napolis. li.il. For Rent Farm Furrow farm: miles from Cloveruort. on Dike: HO neres; ucoil dwell ing: tobacco barn and stock burn; terms: 75 CihIi Chas, H.su art. Administrator, liar-- . ulnshurK, Ky., KENT-Jotin m M. n A. M. A. M. A. WEST UOUNO No. Ill will leave Cloverport Arriving Owcnsboro. ... Arriving Henderson...... Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Clovcrport.... Arriving Ilaweivlllo.... Arriving Owtnsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport .. Arriving Owcnsboro. Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving ft. Louis. No. 147 will leavo Cloverport. Arriving Owensboro. Arriving Henderson,.. . 101 . 7:30 P.M. . 8:18 P.M. M, 12:04 I". M, 14:5s 1'. M, 1 :23 I'. M, 7:40 1'. M. 7:00 P. Mi . 12:58 A. M 2:15 A. 7:10 A. (1:30 P. M M M M 1:4SA. 7:4A.M . A. M 0:00 A. M Local News and Personal Paragraphs About Peo-piat Home and Abroad. Dinner parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. C. W. Pate was in Evansville Tuesday. Rev. A. M. Couch was in Owensboro e Sunday. William Wllhelm was In Louisville Saturday. James Younger, of Louisville, was here Thursday. Mrs. Wallace Skillman was In Louisville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harder visited at Fordsville Saturday. Miss Mary Couch spent last week in Owensboro, the guest of friends. The Friday Club will be entertained tlyiS'week by ft.iss uiaudia B. Y. P. U. services will be conduct ed Sunday evening by group No. 4. Mrs. Sam Berry and Mrs. Daisy Chris were in Louisville Thursday. Mrs. Mafne Moorman, of Ilardins burg, Is the truest of relatives here. Miss Addle McGavock entertained the Girls' Club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Will Shelman. Union Star, was In Stephensport Saturday shop ping. Miss Bertha Trumbo, of Hawesvllle, Is the guest of Miss Bessye Arnold. G. R. French and son, Proctor, of Mystic, spent Saturday in Louisville. Mrs. Lon McGavock will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club Thursday. W. II. Gibson and Mrs. J. T. Skill-ma- n went to Webster Monday on business. Mrs. F. M. Smith spent the weekend at Hardlnsburg, the guest of rela tives. The order of the Eastern Star will meet in regular session Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoffius spent Sunday at Irvlngton, the guests ol friends. Rev. Reeves preached his regular sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Dr. Hendrlck and Cliff Haddock, of Webster, were at the county seat Thursday. Importance of Perfect Teeth An unnatural set of teeth is repul sive to many people, and many em ployers will not employ people who are not pleasing in appearance, be cause the consciousness ot not ap neartnc well robs anyone of conv fort and courage and reduces effici ency and earning power. For Special Care Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, OtNet Kentucky, ft Trust Co. our Bank ol Hirdlaiburi Finest for tablo nso nndbakuiR. Ask your grocer for it. Send The wedding ot Miss Addie Louise postal curd for booklet of l'rizo liueincs to 1. DUFF & SONS 15 ibb.tge and Mr. William Goddard Polk 020 Durpiesno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. will tf.ke place at the bride's home S afternoon at three o'clock. The MISSISSIPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE Rev. Paul S. Powell will officiate. Miss o333 acres, about 2000 open. Some Mildred Ditto Babbage, the sister of In cultivation. 30 tenant houses. the bride, will b- - maid of honor, and About 1000 acres bottom land, balance Dr. Chas. W. Hibbitt, of Louisville, rolling to hilly, but practically all subject to cultivation. Grass grows in -will be the best man. rssSr : abundance on all this tract. About live u a nit js from Unilrond. Watered by livHOME WEDDING ing stream. In one of the healthiest ft V In tho state. Price $15.00 per 'il localities l' DELIGHTFUL DINNERS, acre. For further information regardfi Of Miss Florence Allen Pair. ing .Mississippi and Tennessee land S lelgh to fir. Frank Jcrmalne write us, wo handle them. K M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, Bury on Tuesday ( Feb. 15. Land Department, 16 Miss Louise Uabbage was delightfully U BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, entertained last week in the homes of Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, Mr. and The wedding of Miss Florence Allen Mrs. R. M. Penick and Mrs. J. II. SWEET CLOVER SEED Pairleigb to Mr. Prank Jermaine Bury, Rowland. Direct from grower. Large cultivated of Detroit, Mich , was solemnized on biennian white and ysllow; hulled and Tuesday evening, February 15, at the tinhull'id. Also special scarified for full home of the bride's parents, Mr. and and prompt germination, l'rices and CELEBRATION Mrs. David W. Pairleigb, at Louisville, circulars sent free. in the presence of the two immediate JOHN A. SIIEEIIAN, " families and a few close friends. The . Of Washington's Birthday Glv fl R. D. No. 4. FALMOUTH. KY. .. . I. V I .... I Kir . ,M u ... i i, ... u.i.v,... f .C A Rev. Dr. W. Prancis Irwin officiated. hi Club. The house was decorated with jonquils and potted plants. The ceremony took place in the living room before nn imPermanent provised altar of green arranged in front Miss Jane Llghtfoot entertained with candle Cathedral of the windows. a pretty Washington party Monday-eveninsticks holding lighted tapers were placed in honor of the Jolly Girls' Telephone 56-- J Cloverport, Ky, on each side of the altar and throughout Club and their friends. Music and the house the light was furnished by games were enjoyed during the evening. caudles. At the conclusion of the games a deMiss Addie Pairleigb was her sister's licious luncheon was served. maid of honor, and Mr. George H. llury, Attorney.at-Laof Detroit, was bis brother's best man. Real K.state Sold and Kxchanged. The four little ribbon bearers were nieces STOCK MARKET Deeds, Contracts, ICtc, I'repared and of the bride. acknowledged. The bride wore a gown of white net Clovcrport, Kenluclty with satin pointed girdle and touches of Cattle receiots at the Louisville laee. The bodice was cut square neck stock markets Monday were about' up A long tulle train to expectations, the day's run totaling with short sleeves. STEPHENSPORT. was formed by the veil, which was ad- 1,309 head. A good clearance was justed to the bead by a wreath of orange made all around. The attendance of blossoms. She carried a showerbouquet the buyers was good, both local and Wm. Gilbert, of Kildyville, spectlast of lilies of the valley and white sweet outside buyers being active. Choice week with his family. peas. handy weight butchers sold early at Miss Henrietta Shlvely returned to The costume of the maid of honor was good strong prices. The best price in Owensboro Sunday after spending a of yellow silk net and taffeta. Her ttie steer division was $7.7.1 for a small few days with her parents. flowers were pink sweet peas. The lit- lot of prime steers, but $7.50 was the . J. K. McMllleu and wife, of Kvans-vllltle ribbon bearers were attired in white top for a straight load. are the guests of their grandfrocks with yellow ribbons and carried The hog market held steady with mother, Mth. McMillen. French bouquets of pink sweet peas. receipts of 3,9,0 head. There was a Li. H. Ilosley, of Chcr.ault, was the Following the ceremony there was an good demand for the choice corn fed informal reception, after which Mr. and porkers and an early clearance was t'uebt. of Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Stephen son a few days last week. Mrs. Ilury left for Detroit, where they accomplished. Choice corn-fehogs, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gibson, of will be the guests of Mr. Ilury's mother 105 pounds and up, $8.35; 120 to 105 before going to Fairmont, W.- Vn , to pounds, $7.80; pigs, f0.70; roughs, Clovcrpurt, were the guest of rela' tives here Wednesday. make their home. $7.!:5 down. Mrs. G, W. l'ayne returned Thurs. day from Clarkson, where she had Old Time River Travel, been the guest uf Mr. and Mrs. I. li. YOUNG MEN ENTERTAIN Julitui Brown, J. T. O'Connell, l'ayne. ?' ft Israel Holder and Frank Gudo Mrs. A. J. Dlcckman, of Sample, is K took lioirs and cuttlo to Louisvillo Tom Carter and Floyd Carter v last weok on tho packet Tarascon. the guest of relatives here this ivcek. Werfl fit llfimf tn Prlpmla Mrs. A. M. Miller, uf Cloverport, She waa duo hero Tuesday nirht. Wednesday Night. jj! Slio ;ot in at noon Thursday, and came Friday for a few days visit. arrived in Louisvillo Saturday at Mrs. W, J. Dlcckman was the guest 12 o'clock, nearly a weok out on of Mrs. Nellie Diccluuan at Lodlburg Tom Carter and Floyd Carter were this trip. It smacks of old times Tuesday, hosts at their country home last Wednestwonty-tiv- o years a?o, when tho II. D. Lay, of Portsmouth, Va., was day night when they entertained a num- river route was tho only route. called home to attend the funeral of ber of their friends of this city .Messrs. Hut tho boys enjoyed it, and said his father. Carter were assisted in entertaining by they had three squaro meals u day Wm. Gibson, of Cloverport, Asia Miss Margaret Carter and Mrs. lieu and plenty of fuu. Hardin, Jas. Watlington and Mrs. Old fashioned games were Ridgeway, Chas. Payne, of Lodlbun?, attended City Assessor. played and a buffet lunch was served. th funeral of Bonjaminc Lay Friday. Miss Claudia Pate, The guests were: John W. Miller has been appointed Mrs. B. F. Blaine and daughter, Martha Willis, Kathrine Wroe, Suaettc city assessor of Hardlnsburg. cans'. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Critchelow, of Axtel, are receiving congratulation? on the arrival of a son. He has been christened John Elraye. Dr. Jackson left Monday for Daw-so- u Springs for a short visit. He has purchased the residence belonging to James Younger and will move here shortly. Mrs. Jack Stith and daughter, Miss Laura Nell Stith, left Tuesday for Washington, D. C, to speud several weeks with her daughter, Miss Minnie D. Stith. Mrs. O. B. Mattingly returned from Louisville Saturday, where sho had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carl Benton. She was accompanied home-bher grandson-,- , Carl and Arthur Ilonton. FOR SALE Barred Roak Kinglet eggs. My birds are from stock and eggs direct from Ii. B. Thompson. Prices reasonable. Safe arrival and good hatches guaranteed. Mrs. K. C English, Clovcrport, Ky. i 7 BEAUTIFUL LUNCHEON Farm For Sale. I.K1S0 acres limestone valley land ' locatet 4 miles south of Kirk, near school cut) relies, (lood cmln. clover and liur Mrs. R. X. Hudson was hostess at n and land: well watered with snrliiL':lmbroVe lev me beautiful luncheon last Wednesday nt one, nts .lurKc 7tobacco barn and stock barn; dwelling. rooms imd two ten. nit linuset The Tavern Club in Louisville in honor Price low. half cash and b'lhuiee on to suit purchaser. I urtlier Information write of Miss Louise llabbage. The center- ,1. SI. Cri nstmw. Ilardlnsburtf No. I. Ky. piece was a vase of American Ileauty For Sale Partridge Rock Cockerels roses for the bride-elec- t Four courses Mock I'.irtrldire I tuck were served and covers were set for Mrs. KtHl SAI.K-l'- nll Mrs..!, Cockerels. hn Ncvltt. Irvln-jtmKy. It. K. I) Hudson, Miss llabbage, Miss Xellie Gregory and Mrs. Kirtlcy Cleveland. iv-. ;? trr f .v I J. Si C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 5K IOIt HA s 1 For Sale! One registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and 'A WEDDING PLANS In scaled sanitary y(meaaca J SstlAs A a si a S looker; will trade for other stock, CLWe also have 12 or 15 horses and mules Will sell which we want to go at once. g g S ri r' for cash or bankable note. your wants. Write us p Beard Brothers I Ilardinsburg, Ky. KVfc'&rf jjji Wji: "?2 i?5 Dr. Jesse Baucum MULES FOR SALE 3- Ik Dentist ear-ol- d have 13 choice mare mules we pt S 'H want to sell at once. If you will need a good team this spring you will not have another opportunity X5 2 like this. Terms to suit purchasers. 7 V. G. BABBAGE JB W. R. M00RIV1AN KSj. ft '. Zf. TZf. S ... ... josr. fin Ttr. v75 sPin fix yzttr. 1 & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. Yf-vSeT&er Ti-.en r csrt Sfiti 7&! Z&Tfo'. TStf. 7fin sn s&i SZt 'a? fte( R Lillian, visited relatives In Clcverport last week. Mr. and Mrs. l'erry Kemp spent last week in Louisville. Henjamlne Lay, 7 years old, died Thursday morning at Ills home near He here, after a lingering Illness leaves, a wife, one son, Herman D , of Portsmouth, Va,, and one daughter, Mrs. Claud C. Pence, of Westville. O. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church by Rev. II. S. Hnglish; interment in Hill cemetery. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mail Also 462 5th St. Louisviloc, Ky. Ollice Hours: G to 0 a. m. 12 to. 2 anil C to 3 p. m Quality Meats may he in the meat line we can meet them and we meet them always with first quality meats, the only kind you would buy or serve on your table. We carry not only the staples but also the delicacies that go to make a complete stock. WO e, 1 AkQUADY. Oscnr Davis and Miss Mvrn Hruuer weut to Jeffersonville last Friday and were married. They were accompanied by Miss Marcelln Lyons and R. (1. Rob- NO matter what your d I Mrs. W. A. Purccll, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis and Mrs. II. Burden, of Cloverport, it being Mrs. Bates' 5"th birtndny. Mrs. Sims, of Tell City, is visiting her t.ister, Miss Anna McGary. II. Shrewsbury has been 111 for a few days. Lindsay Mcfinry, of Ilardinsburg, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Amos Wroe. Mrs. C. Powers, of West Louisville, Is ertson, Jr. Mrs. J. B. Hates entertained the following to dinner Sunday? Mr. and WANT TO SERVU YOU visiting relatives here. Overland to California. Sipes' Meat Market, Dennle Sheeran says he Is having a Irvington, Ky. wagon built to go to California. Besides the team to pull the wagon, he will take along Ave or six plug horses to trade on. . lie will slop at every fortunes to help pay his expenses. This town along the way, trade horses, and is a novel scheme to get through on It while he is trading his women will tell Dennle can materialize on his plans. ENGLAND FACING A HARD PROBLEM Adoption of Conscription Bill HE USED A BOY er hand under his chin. Tho lecturer looked steadily at tho people beforo him for a moment before ho remarked impressively: "You see I have put one hand under the boy's chin. I did that so that I plight divide his head from his body for you. If you were to tako all of this boy that lies below the hand under his chin nnd train It and educate It as cnrofully as possible, what would It sell for In tho market where men ..re bought and sold? It would bring about $1.50 n day. You'd have a fine ttrong day laborer, wouldn't you? "Now let's see what about the rest of this boy, the small portion between my two hands, his head. Suppose we give It real training. Suppose wo give that hidden part we call the brain, a real, strong, flue education. What's the boy worth now? Can you buy him in the market where men are bought and sold for $1.50? You have lifted him absolutely out of that class and the price he can command has grown Immeasurably. "What I've been striving to do is to make you see what possibilities lie in the boys and girls everywhere. I want you to think of the little school houses throughout the State as training places for this limitless portion of each child's life. I want you to see to It that your children and your neighbor's children have a place where this training may be done at its best." tucky Millers Association, in session at Lexington. Recalls Draft Riots In 1863. DISORDERS NOW EXPECTED. Great Britain, After Months of Delay, Finds It Necessary to Compel Citizens to Join the Fighting Force3 What Lincoln Said In Days of Civil War, When Similar Steps Were Taken. Iii Knshiud they call It 'conscripHut the tion," In America "draft.'' parallel between the conditions under which compulsory military service was adopted in the flitted States and the circumstances in which it becomes effective in Great Iirltaiu Is quite complete. fighting Union. adopted Immediately following tho first fire prevention convention In Henderson, that city was visited by a fire, which for a time, threatened tho entire business section. Tho Princess '.heatro building was entirely destroyed with a loss of JiROun 'ind soverat adjacent buildings damaged. Geo. M. lull, special game wirden, representing tho Kentucky Gumn nnd Fish Commission, liberated 1,000 rain-hotrout lu Hickman creek, niar Camp Nelson. They grow very fast and weigh from flvo to six lbs. it oxpected that tho river and crck no.ir that point will soon be a flno place o fish. Mrs. Helen C. Walcott, who Is with tho Agricultural Departd BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS r A child of J. J. Gilbert fell into a kcttlo of boiling water at Ashland, Ky., and wns scalded to d YOU WILL LIVE LONdER AND BE . H APPIER If You'll BLUE Only Use 41 In the sixties the United States was for the preservation of Mm conscription hides for $10. Several distillers in western Ken tucky are bidding on alcohol contracts for the government. IJud Caldwell, Somerset, who had his feet frozen about four weqks ago, had them amputated. At the Lincoln Day banquet In Ice is adopted. Louisville there were seated nineteen The Draft Riots. persons who voted for Lincoln in ISC I. And finally in this country there Somerset will sell a telephone fran were serious riots when the draft be- chise providing for an automatic ser gan operations, and in England the vice and some other .improved con possibility of serious disorders has had ditions. Mie grave study of the premier and II. Y. Thomas, Jr., Kentucky repre Also lu both countries a sentative, has asked Congress hU ndvp-ors- . for process of registration of nil citizens $13,000 to use for the fight against the eligible for service preceded the inau- tobacco worm. guration of conscription. Seventy-thremillion six thousand There arc many persons who remem- two hundred and fifty pounds of bur-le. ber well the terrible days in was sold In Kentucky during the ISC'!, when the streets of northern month of January. cities were full of rioters, and the disA $1'50.000 bond Issue carried by a orders had to bo quelled by force of majority of more than eight to one In anus. Harlan County for the Improvements In New Vorl; the rioting lasted tour of tho county roads. days, in which the loss In killed and John H. .Miller, Cincinnati, contrib wounded men was nearly 1,000, and uted $5,000 to the Union Methodist Mie damage to property, public and College of Uarbourvllle. It is the private, was estimated at more than largest donation received. $1,500,000. The contract for constructing the The disorders were not so serious In government building at Ashland has other cities. In ISostou theio was one been awarded to It. P. Farnsworth & riot, which threatened to assume for- Co., of Owensboro, at $39,200. midable proportions, costing ;it least When playing In the yard at home seven lives and the wounding of n ir. Ashland, a child of score of persons. There was trouble J. J. Gilbert fell into a kettle of boil iu Portsmouth, X. II.; rioting occurred ing water and was seeded to death. In Troy. X. Y., and there was a deal of John IS. Graves, of Georgetown, who commotion iu Holmes county, O. died two weeks ago, left an estate This is the story of the draft nnd worth over a million. Ho was said to Mie riots which it occasioned, with u bo the only millionaire of Scott minimum amount of attention to the County. big riot in Xew Yolk and a rather full Miss Evelyn Hall was arrested and statement of the troubles iu ISostou. taken to Whltosburg on the charge of Vhen the elections of 1S!KJ were held bootlegging moonshine In the coal the party of the administration was fields. She executed bond in the sum defeated iu such important states as of $000. New York. Xew Jersey, Pennsylvania. Kentucky tobacco growers will probOhio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. ably bo seriously hurt by the prohibiThe adverse verdict against the party tion placed by England upon the Imof I.lneoln was a protest against the portation of any leaf of manufactured sacrillce of such vast amounts of life tobacco. and treasure without the accomplish Xo ono known to have tuberculosis Ing of very great military results. will bo permitted to use any book In some states the draft already had tho Public Library Iu at Maysvllle, acbeen put In operation, but as a state cording to a recent order of tho Hoard measure, to secure men for the nillltla. of Health. In Pennsylvania and Wisconsin there T. Garrett Wright, 30, leading denwas open violence against It iu August. tist of Flemlngsburg, and Miss Carrie 18U'. 25, of Thornton, wero diBy ISiKJ volunteering had almost Iiolle Ulair, August and were remarceased. The efforts by the states to vorced last ried a few days ago. use the draft wero not satisfactory, George Tackett, 20, a teacher from and at length a conscription act was pHssed by the national congress nnd Elkhorn Creek, surrendered to olllclals approved on .March IS of that year. at Whltosburg, after severely woundThis draft operated directly upon the ing his uncle, John Adams, In n fight people of the nation Instead of through ut Tackett's school. Tho Loulsvlllo & Xashvllle's statethe states as Intermediaries. Iu the south u conscription act was ment of earnings for tho current fiscal rigidly enforced. President Lincoln re- year slnco July 1 over the same pefused to suspend tho draft or to delay riod of tho provlous fiscal year shows it while waiting for a supremo court un Increase of $3,520,000. Raymond Grelnor, 17, and John decision upon Its legality, saying: "We while are contending with an enemy who, as Johnson, 15, of Louisville, chasing rabbits, found tho dead body I understand, drives every nblebodled man he can reach into his ranks, very of woman identified as Mrs. Kate Penmuch its a butcher drives bullocks Into dleton In Chorokco Park. Tho Kentucky Itetall Ilardwaro and My purpose is n slaughter pen. to bo In tny action Just anil constitu- Stovo Dealers' Association hold thnlr annual meeting Iu Loulsvlllo and distional and yet practical." The words of Lincoln apply to the cussed ways of bettering and increassituation across tho water today and ing businoss conditions. Dick Richardson, of Union County, state the case for conscription almost as Lord Xorthcllffe himself would put lately married Mary Joo llnnvn, of It With conscription It will be inter- Cavo City. As tho agos of tho two esting to wnteli events and seo what added togother only make 32 years, forms opposition may tako and how they wero 1G years each. W. Edwards, a clerk in tho Btoro of stent that opposition may be. Human nnturo Is n good deal alike on both Fayotto Ilurnett, Glasgow Junction, sides of tho water and does not alter shot and killed W. D. Sanders In a much in n half century of "progress." duel. Edwards was shot four times. He was arrested and placed in Jail. Bad debts aro tho bane of tho millMany Bankers Enlist. Tho nank of England has lost COO ing business in tho State, according malo members of Its staff through en- to tho opinions of prominent men at the. annual session, of. tho Central Ken listment in tho army. e y mid-July- the United States as a method of obtaining recruits at a time when volunteering had almost entirely ceased, owing to the poor success of the Union commanders In the war with the south; England today requires more men for Mie successful prosecution of the war have Mian ordinary methods of appi-a- l secured more men by far than extraordinary efforts, includliis the D"r-bcampaign, have won for the colors and the ".slackers" ure unwilling to enlist In part because the prestige of victories in the Held belongs largely to the enemy's arms. In this country In ISti'i there were large numbers of nblebodled men who were eligible for military service; in Great Iirltaiu in 1010 there are grpat numbers of eligible men who of their own accord do not come forward to enlist. Also In the time of the civil war the government at Washington tried to avoid resort to extreme measures, but adopted conscription at last, while In England there was a long lwriod of hesitation, and at lust obligatory serv- - Half a century no The lecturer was striving to give his audience a vivid idea of the value of a thorough education. He evidently felt that he had not said enough to be absolutely convincing for he paused and after looking over the audience, asked: "Will somebody In my audience let me have a small boy on the platform for Just a moment or two? Somehow or other I feel that you don't get the great Importance of education In this rapid age In which we live. We must have better educated boys and girls if we are to keep abreast of the times." youngWhen he had a bright-eyester by his side, the man put one hand on top of the child's head and the oth ment nt Wellington, D. C.. visited Xicliolasvllle and met with thq school board. They will organize six canning clubs In that county. Tho school board will give $250, the fiscal court $250 nud the government $500 for work. A unique scheme for advertising Lexington, by which personal letters emphasizing the beauties and merits of tho city, will bo sent to 6,000 pupils In nearly as many different schools of the United States by the children of the Lexington public schools, setting forth the advantages, location and history of tho city. Tho .T. T. Hatfield Coal Co., of Cov KENTUCKY NEWS Church Darkley, Georgetown, who CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS movement is on foot whereby Winchester may own local waterA shot and killed Dr. .1. W. Davis, was sentenced from two to twentvona years In the penitentiary for manslaughter by the Scott County grand Jury. works. J. Hlch Young, Danville Pike, killed six skunks In one night. He sold the names have been added to the Confederate pension list. During the last four years, slnco the Confederate pension act has been in existence, there have been 3,433 pen- slons granted. T. A. Smith, of Tillne, bought the largest hog reported in the county from Dob Moroland, near Plnckney-vllle- . It weighed 840 lbs., paying It is a Duroc and a little over $50.92. two years old. s The Paducah and Muhlcnburg will hold a laymen's meeting In Hopklnsvlllo on May 3, and 5. The territory embraced In the two presbyteries covers 31 counties of Western Kentucky. Private Bryant, of Blake, Ky., has been wounded and his left leg ampu- tated, according to overseas casualty list made public by the militia department. He enlisted with the British army several months ago. Thos. Tansll, SS, a farmer, was killed instantly with a shotgun by Ins fostpr son, Edward Ash, 2", who was said to have fired when Tansll attacked Mrs. Ash with an ax atthelr home. 2C miles southeast of Louisville, Forty-six new ington, lost a $10,000 coal digger, which sank at Craig's bar. Tho digger had been unloading coal at the Darling Distilling Company at Preston-vllle- , and was being taken to Warsaw by the steamer Reba Reeves when the accident occurred. Xo insurance. The Watts steel plant, a relic of early boom days In Middlesboro, was sold to tho Boston Iron Works, of Baltimore, Md. Tho material will be manufactured Into war munitions. It war, constructed at a cot of $C,000,000, but ran only a few days when the Bar ren failure In England came and closed all public improvements in -- Middlesboro. Pr;3-byterle- 1 rear High Grove. The State Farmers' Institute met at irankfort. Addresses were made by Starling U .Marshall, Henderson; Mayor Joseph Bupert, Frankfort; B. K. Ilenaker, Berry; Mat S. Cohen, Frankfort; S. M. Jordan, Columbia, Mo. Carter Osborne, 15, Paducah, confessed to his mother that he and four other boys of about the same age placed the bundle of switches and the note of warning at former Mayor Thomas X. Hazellp's home a few days ago "Just for fun." According to the annual report of Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, the best solution of the trachoma problem is the establishment of small trachoma hospitals in localities where this contagious diseaso of the eyes is prevalent. One thousand Kentucky veterans aro deprived of pensions because of Inadequate legislation according to the statement of Congressman It. Y. Thomas, Jr., on the floors of Congress In supporting two measures which passed benefitting former soldiers. Miss Sallio Eldora Brown, leap-yea- r bride, proposed to Jas. Herbert Tweddell, Crofton, following an announcement of Hopklnsvlllo merchants that several hundred dollars in prizes would bo given the first leap-yea- r bride, Including a mule. Mr. Walter Gayle, Columbus, owns a clock that Is six hundred years old. Inscribed In two places upon highly polished brass plates in the works aro this namo and date; "John Owen. August, 1324," which is 1C8 years beforo the discovery of America. Charley J. Sanderson, Mayfield, filed suit In the Graves circuit court against the Illinois Central Railroad Company for $3,000 for injuries inflicted October 7, 1915, when ho foil down a flight of concrete steps leading from tho general waiting room to tho basement. The sheet mill at Ashland was sold at tho Commissioners sale for $07,000. It was annralsed at S100.000. For eighteen months it has been closed, but It is expected that arrangements will be mado to reopen it, thus providing employment for a number of people. Tho first moonlight school organized In Warren County has an enrollment of 57 women, girls, men nnd boys from 10 to CO years. Spelling, reading, writing, arlttimotlc, horticulture and agriculture aro taught. Tho supplies wero furnished by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stowart. The failure of pupils lu Daviess county to pass examinations for diplomas admitting them to either county or city high school, was due, County Superintendent McFarland said, to tho fact that tho examlnaMon was much harder than it had been In recent years. fifty-throo The church bell stolen from the Highland Chapel at Hopklnsvllle, has a been returned as mysteriously as It was taken away. People living in the neighborhood of tho church wero Livery, Feed and awakened at an early hour in the York--. morning by the tolling of the bell, The- postofllce building at White if Sale Stable which had been missing for more than River, Ark., was swept away by high a week. An Investigation showed that vater. jjj Hardinsburg, : Ky. the thieves, presumably consclcnco-strlcken- , Norwegian steamer Correst, 1,030 had replaced it. tons, was sunk in collision with anPostofilco inspectors have revealed other vessel In the Xorth sea. a fraud In which members of the j Behidere Brooks, vice president ot "United Association of Drako Heirs in the Western Union Telegraph comM. E. CHURCH, South Kentucky and Tennessee" have been pany, died in Xew York of heart swindled out of thousands of dollars tiouble. He had been in poor health by a man who Is now a fugitive from for several months. SUNDAY justice, having disappeared last SepSCHOOL, At Chicago a score of firemen had tember. The Kentucky association narrow escapes in a $120,000 blaze at had eighty members while the Ten- A. Ortmayer & Son's saddlery factory. HARDINSBURG. KY. nessee had twice that number. The American Institute of Homeopathy Opens nt 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. association was formed by a "Prof. seceded from the American Medical Drake" for the purpose of recovering rssoclation and will conduct its affairs All visitors and strangers are cordiwhat Is claimed to be a mythical Eng- as a separate organization. ally invited to attend. George W. Mundelein, forty-threlish estate supposed to be worth M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, The swindler charged the the youngest Catholic archbishop in " Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary members a largo initiation fee and the United States, was installed as then collecting from them monthly head of the Chicago diocese. twenty-two- , He had been collecting dues dues. Xewcomb, Dellmore was shot and killed in a railroad shanfor seven years. ty at Latonia, Ky. Arch Vertltoe, railCommercial Supplies For any itching skin trouble, piles, road detective, Is under arrest. Thirteen professors and officers eczema salt rheum, hives, itch, scald Wesleyan university sent a head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Oint- of Ohioprotest to Washington against For the Business Man signed ment is highly recommended. 50c a tho appointment of W. E. Haas as This Office. box at all stores. postmaster at Delaware, O. At Chicago Policeman Kelly was Standard series duplicate order shot by gangsters. Kelly is the sevWANTED GREEN IN SHIRT. books with carbon paper 150 leaves enth member of the force shot since Price 25c Wrecked Store Because Clerk Showed Jan. 1. At Cleveland Frank Slawlnskl and One With Orange Stripes. Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves Pittsburgh. "Leinnie see something four children wero mado seriously ill price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves something with a from ptomaino poisoning as a result nifty in shirts Price 5c classy green stripe," said Dan McKco of eating cakes. Queretaro has been proclaimed temof Soho street, as he went into the High-grad- e Proniisory Notes, 50 men's furnishing store of Emil do porary capital of Mexico by General leaves; price, per book Carranza. Santls, in Websten avenue. The lone 25 Cents Five Terro Haute election consplra cleric evidently did not notice all the specifications of McKee's order and tors were released from federal prisDeed Covers listlessly drew out at random the first on at Leavenworth after serving short terms. box of shirts his hand touched. PickSend your deeds to us to be covered ing tho top shirt out, he laid it before Antonio Scottl, opera singer, who two covers with staples for McKoe. has been critically 111 at Xow York 5 Cents "There's somthing nice," lie began. with pneumonia, Is reported out of "Oh, Is it?" yelled McKee. danger. Deeds, 3 for 10c Things happened In rapid succession Feudists at Franklin, Tex., shot and Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, for it few minutes, during which the killed Joe Hickman, who was to have two for clerk ran for a policeman. A show- gone on trial for the murder of Joe 5 Cents case was smashed nnd haberdashery Reagan In 1914. strewn about tho Uoor. Josia'a V. Thompson, former presiPe.nsion Certificates, three for 'McKee," asked Magistrate Sweeney dent of the defunct First National nt tho hearing next morning, "what bank of Unlontown, Pa., was indicted 10 Cents on earth made you try to wreck that on seventeen counts by tho federal 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, linstore?" grand jury. en, legal size, price "I asked for a green striped shirt. pollco have commenced war Detroit judge." 5 Cents of extermination against holdup men "Well?" and yeggs. "And that fellow handed me n bright Printed Stationery including StateTwo persons were burned to death ments and Sale Books. orango one." when fire destroyed a boarding house "I see," said Sweeney. "But I'll at Portland, Me. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate have to mnko it thirty days." plate, script, price Four stockmen wero killed in a collision on tho Chicago and Northwest$1.25 Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, ern railroad at Dunlap, la. oimiilv comnloxion. headaches, nausea, Two trainmen aro killed at Printing new cards from old plate, 100 for indigestion. Thin blood makes you Ind., when a passenger enweak, pale and sickly for pure gine plunged Into tho Wabash river. $1.00 Congressman Crosser of Ohio was blood, sound digestion, use Burdock Mail orders filled promptly. named a member of the ,new standBlood Bitters. $1.00 at all stores. ing committee of tho house on flood control. Nlcaraguan Pact Ratified. Michigan stato bank oxemainor reWashington, Feb. 19. Tho treaty ports a gain of $10,000,000 in savings with Xicaragua, under which tho deposits in stato banks in less than Ky. United States acquires a strip of prop- two months. erty in Xicaragua known as "tho Advices from La Paz, tho capital ot canal route," and also tho right to es- Bolivia, say that a section ot tho city, nil II i tablish n naval base on tho gul! of 1,600 yards long, is sliding intc tho wns ratified by tho scnato Choqueynpu river. Fonseca. by u vote of 55 to IS. Dr. H. F. Halselden of Chicago will For this concession tho United rot loso his ltconse to practice States ugrecs to pay Xicaragua HIGHEST PRICES PAID he lot Baby Bollinger, 'a hope$3,000,000. Fifteen Republican sena- less dotective, die. Remittance Mailed on Dty tors voted to ratify the treaty and A gunman held up J. A. David, a V" Shipment It Received five Democratic senators voted against Columbus grocer, and escaped with No Commission to' Pay ratification. H00. Write for Price Lltt end Antonio Scottl, tho opera singer, la Shipping Tftge For a mild, easy action of the bowels, gravely ill with pneumonia at his hotry Doan's Regulcts, a modern laxa- tel In New York. Sabel & Sons tive. 2jc at all stores. William Chester, sixty-nindied at .lacorpertttc Eitibliiltd 1858 Bellcfontaine from injuries sustained LOUISVILLE, KY. today: Keep healthy. when a tree fell upon him. Health bint for o death. Assistant State's Attorney General llogan, In charge o! Chicago juvenile court work, declares that n white Blavo ring exists In the big Statu Hroet stores, many girls of tender years being victims. When constables began levying on his property nt Shclbyvlllc, Ind., to satisfy dohts, Edwnrd Price, Boventy, etone contractor, sent his aged wife to the po3tolllco to mall a letter for him nnd t.icn took poison, dying a few hours later. Safo cracksmen overlooked $20,000 when they dynamited tho vault instead of a safe in tho bank of Hartford nt Hartford, Ark. Will H. Orpet, University of Wisconsin student, wns lodged in tho county Jail at Waukegan, 111., accused ot having killed his former sweetheart, Miss Marion Frances Lambert of Lake Forest, a Chicago suburb. City Magistrate Corrigan of New York sued George Bronson Howard. novelist, for $200,000, alleging libol.l iiowaru, he charges, headed a chapter, "Justice a la Cornigan." A fire which destroyed the warehouse of the A. A. Cooper Wagon a,d Buggy company at Dubuque, la., caus ed a loss of $300,000. George A. MacBeth, president ot the J'acBetii-Evan- s Glass company, died at his home here. Ho was seventy years old. Mr. MacBeth was born at Urbana, O. Auto bandits at Chicago robbed Dr. A. II. Levlton of his jewels and money, but let him keep his bag when ho pleaded he was en route to attend a stork case. Secretary Daniels approved-thre port of tho academic board o! the naval academy which ordered dis missal of eighty-twmidshipmen for failure to make grades of 02 perJ cent in examinations. John C. Sheehan, sixty-sevefor mer Tammany leader, died in New o - RIBBON FLOUR Alanufactured by Cannelton, Ind, For linking Fine Biscuits, Pies, Cakes and Delicate Pastries Cannelton Flour Mills L. C TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning;Tor-nad- o and Windstorm, Life, Accident.Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Henry Trent J. W. Trent c, p. L. Davis I Hardinsburg Liverv $500,-000,00- s. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, BO 1 in E KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK William Drooks and Thomas Hill, colored, of Harlan, who shot and killed Wesley Blair and John Henry Blair, at Bcnham, wcro sentenced to die In the electric chair at Eddyvlllo pontltcntlary. Major E. L. Uussell, of tho United States Medical Corps, Inspected tho sanitary troops of tho Kentucky National Guard nt Earllngton and Louisville, nnd reported that ho found tho Kentucky Guard In flno shape. campaign hns been Instituted in tho Interest of the Kentucky Wesleynn Methodist College for nn endowment fund. The ministers of Nlcholasvlllo arc combining their efforts In that direction. The Todd Fiscal Court decided to expend the funds nvnllablo from the State aid and County sources amounting to between $14,000 nnd $16,000 on the public road leading from Elkton to Greenville. Judge Evans, In Federal Court at Louisville, decided tho case of tho Western Union ngalnst the Louisville & Nashville railroad. In favor of the Western Union, in which he held thnt Western Union poles did not Interfere with tho operation of tho road. About $50,000 will bo distributed to tho farmers of Henderson, Union, Webster nnd Hopkins Counties by tho Stemming District Tobacco Association; money held by tho association since the last pool, about two years ago. Donald FOR BUSY READERS as well has been drilled on' Springs. I X Farm and Garden CHECK PIG at Dish- - PNEUMONIA. SPECIAL! FOR 30 DAYS The Breckenridge News) Each The Dailv Evenina Post One I The meeting of tho Kentucky unty Road Engineers' Association as held at Lexington. Getty Barnctt, 22, of Woodburn, was dly Injured when ho was caught in shaft at a sawmill. Forty alleged night riders will bo Irlcd In tho Hopkins Circuit Court at ho February term. With tho burning of $10,000 bonds, ho Indebtedness of Warren County as reduced to $109,500. Danville will have a now largo and commodious hotel. Tho contract will be lot this week. Ono million feet of walnut lumber Is burned .at Ivel, near Plkevllle. The origin Is believed to bo of incendiary. The State Farmers' Institute will meet at Lexington, February 15, 1G N and 17. John Colgan, the first man who manufactured chicle chewing gum, died of Bright's dlscaso in Louisville Will Austin, aged 37 years, formerly of Bradfordsvllle, shot and killed him' self In Chicago. David Puckett, aged 13 of Munfords vllle, was accidentally shot and killed by his brother, Leonard, aged 15, Flood pours over lovce at Hickman and 2,000 are homeless, and many suffering from hunger and exposure. Richard Pryor, oldest native citizen of Graves county, died at his homo I Ailmont Largely Result of Hogi Piling Up In Sleeping Quarters. It 1" the belief of Dr. C. C. Llpp of tho South Dakota experiment station that piipumonln ill pigs Is preventable. During the winter mouths this nllmcnt Is largely the result of hogs piling up in their sloepins quarters nnd In turn being exposed to the cruel elements of winter. It Is n fatal disease, nnd for thnt reason every swine breeder should consider It worth while to take certain precautions nccordlng to Dr Llpp. ilio notions is prevemeu m a mro HERE IT I Home and Farm .VI 5 IS! a 3 measure ly taking time during the winter to co that the hoghouse Is warm enousli so thnt the hogs will not pile tip nnd to enforce the policy ot using plenty of dry bedding. If the Iiojm sleep on n cement tloor and this Is Bllllter, 19, and Sonnl Justice, engineer of tho pumping plant for the Q. & C. railroad company at Wllliamstown, were fatally Injured when tho ascetylene tank at S. M. home, near Wllliamstown, exploded. Year S near Mayfleld. John B. Graves, 76, considered the wealthiest man in Central Kentucky, died at his home In Georgetown of cancer. High flfho Montgomery County School has added a domestic science and agricultural department to Its curriculum. Scott Insko, of Central nidge, was paid $25.26 per hundred for his 1915 crop of tobacco, the highest prlco paid for last year's crop. The Government has appropriated $300 for building lookout stations In the mountains of eastern Kentucky to guard against forest fires. H.- - F. Mustaln, of Horse Cavo, who is spending tho winter in Florida, was robbed of a large diamond, valued at The soventh moonshine still was found in the Crack's Creek section of Bell County by Deputy United States Marshal W. H. Garrett, assisted by C. J. Thompson. Tho still was taken to Mlddlesboro and placed In the basement of the now postolTlce. William M. Yowell, former chief of police of Lebanon, filed suit against tho estato of Miss Flora Hood for $24,C66, for services rendered in looking after and caring for her property for a period of more than twelve years. Because of the extra large load of tobacco on his wagon, Jerome Thomas, of Bloomflcld, while attempt lng to enter tno warehouse, was pinned between the top of the door and the wagon, and all of the ribs on the right side were torn from his spinal column. An appropriation or $Go,000 for a new postofflco in Madisonville, which is the largest town in Kentucky with' out such a structure, has been Intro duced In Congress by Representative KIncheloe. Ten thousand has already been appropriated for a site by tho And a Beautiful 1916 Calendar r.unt killi:i) hoi.s. condition exists, and damp a It will pay In such cases to use plank. In ninny Instances the old fashioned plank lloor Is a fertile cause of this ailment, as wind frequently gets beneath it and comes up bctwoau the cracks. Under such sleeping conditions hogs make a tremendous effort to keep warm, nnd this can lie accomplished only by piling up deeply nnd therefore by getting too hot. By all means board up or bank up the spnee surrounding the floor so thnt the wind cannot get under and create dangerous drafts. Dr. Llpp points out that one can go too far in making hog quarters warm. It will never do to nail up all windows and to close nil openings, because good air Is nn absolute essential If hogs nre to remain thrifty. The Important tiling is to supply Ventilation without allowing a direct draft on the pigs whim they arc In their sleeping quarters. Openings on both sides of the pen make very drafty sleeping quarters unless the openings are several feet highIn n well built er than the . it is generally entirely practicable where ninny hogs are penned up to Grow Alfalfa Says Expert. keep the windows on one side of the building open. If there are no open'Cast your alfalfa before swine and ings on the opposite side there can be our wife wid wear pearls," says the no draft, and It Is the draft, above all Kansas alfalfa expert, Cobrun, in urg things, that Ls dangerous to the hog. ing farmers to begin growing this profitable legume. "Alfalfa is adapted to Ways to Seal the Silo. Ill n good silo the contents aro pro- almost any region, but must have soil tected froui the nlr on all sides except sweetened with lime and inoculated the top. Tho air always spoils somo with soil from a successful alfalfa field of the silage on the top unless feeding or sweet clover corner." Many farmers Is begun as soon as the silo Is filled. hive failed with alfalfa because of poor Various methods for preventing this in providing cover seed and careless methods waste havo been tried. One ls to a proper seed bed. Mr. Cobruf. points the silage with straw and then soak feed is this protecting Inyer well with water. out the fact that alfalfa an ideal This keeps, out the air fairly well and for horses, cattle, sheep, swine and the waste la only slight. Another chickens. Land that grows alfalfa is method Is to sow oats on lop of woith 50 per cent, morn than land that When they germinate the dense has not been made to grow this queen mass excludes the air. of legumes be claims. The simplest and probably the most practical method Is to remove the eara from the last three or four loads of Has Used Chamberlain's Cough cornstalks brought to the ensilage cut Remedy for 20 Years. ter and then run Just the stalks through. In that way the corn Itself Is not wasted and the loss from the "Chamberlain's Couch Kemedy lias stalks Is but slight. been used In my household fur the past twenty years. I began giving It to my As a Seed Selection and Wages. children when they were small. Catch but one bad ear In testing seed quick relief for croup, vvhoapinc cough, corn, and you save n good day s wages. and ordinary colds, It has no tqual. Kind the average number of bad ones, Using free from opium and other harmand you save a week's wages In a win- ful drugs. I never felt afraid to give It ter's afternoon. Buying seed ls a busichildren. I have recommended ness proposition, not nn exercise of to the It to a large number of friends and faith. neighbors, who havo used It and speak Minke, highly of it," writes Mrs. Shortsvllle, N. Y. Obtainable everyPOULTRY NOTES. hog-hous- e ALL FOR ONLY $3.00l SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO IThe Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blutik in renewm; your subscription. Please examine the label on your pit per. If your subscription is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. Capt. Gordon Nelson, of Hopkins-vllle- , .Impropriation 0f $15,000. Asst. State Agent of Farm ExThe Court of Appeals sustained the tension and Director of Boys' Club, Is to tax and restrict planning to have camps of instruction right of Kentucky foreign insurance companies as the for all members of the Boys' Corn state from which those companies Growing and Pig Raising Clubs In Kentucky to bo held during August come restrict Kentucky companies. In every section of tho State. Baseball fans at Bowling Green are Noah L. Murray, of Murray, has at getting busy in order to take advan tended the Baptist Sunday school tage of the opportunity of Joining the ovcry Sunday for ten years. When he Kitty League, which Is proposed to be first started to Sunday school, the pastor gavo a book every threo months revived this year. Gov. Stanley pardoned Geo. W. for regular attendance Ho has now acquired quite a library for a boy Rhodes, convicted in Knox County In through the gifts of the pastor, H. 1914 for forgery and scntonccd to the 13oyco Taylor. penitentiary for from two to ten There wcro 11,000 less mules and years. horses In Kentucky on Jan. 1, of Miss Roberta Tyler, deceased, this year as compared with the report of January 1, 1915, according to tho makes Christ Church Cathedral, of report of the Department of Agriculof which she was a life- ture. Tlhs Is duo entirely to exportf Louisville, long member, the beneficiary of about ation mado to tho warring countries, nnd If continued, will make great In $15,000 now and $30,000 later. Dr. W, D. Powell, who has been sec- roads on the horses and mules of tho retary of the Baptist Mission Board Stato. s Kentucky and especially tho of Kentucky for nine years, ylolded section, will grow an enormous to importunities of tho executive board amount of hemp this season, chiefly Blue-ffras- treasury department. The fiscal court of Fayette County has opposed employing a farm agent for this year at a salary of $2,000. Tho principal reason assigned for Its $400. action is that Kentucky Experiment Warren county fiscal court have Station is located In Lexington and to ask for state aid on the that farmers can get all the Informbuilding of roads and will request an ation desired there. RENEWAL ORDER TIIK MIHCKKNKIDGE NEWS, Cl.OVr.Kl'OKT, Eiiclo.-c- d Ky. sub- lind $ ., which apply to my scription account. Namk Addukss. Mr. and Mrs. Comma Suddarth will move on Oliver Thomas' farm as soon as Tom Wilkerson gets his storehouse completed at Skillman, Ky., wher he will again have a grocery aud provision Special Offer! DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND Till- - store. Mrs. Wm. Suddarth has received word from her granddaughter, Mrs. Louis Sump, who has been so ill at Norton Infirmary, Louisville, for the last six weeks, that she is improving slowly, but sliure to recover. Cunnel-to- u and withdrew his resignation. Business conditions In the Eighth Federal Iteservo district continue satisfactory 'and In tho Fourth unusually good, according to tho Federal Reserve Board. Kentucky Is a part of both. Tho military departments of the Stato University at Lexington and Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon will bo Inspected by Captain John J. Kingman, U. S. A. General Staff. Mayor Hickman, of Owensboro, offers two pennies for every rat tall dollvercd to police headquarters; consequently, there has been a big decrease In tho "rat family." The Bowling Green Y. M. C A. has added a class In calesthenlcs and apparatus work for tho ladies. No other Y. M. C. A. in tho stato has this feature. Tho Third district of tho Kentucky Federation of Woman's Clubs held Its second annual meeting at Harrods-burg- . In tho Mothodlst Church, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart prosidlng. Road Builders' week, a short course of Instruction Intended to oxtend modern methods of highway construe-ttnjKontucky, was held under tho auspices of tho College of Civil Engineering at tho Stato University. Anco Miller was killed and Louis Miller, Harrison Miller and Alfred Mil ler badly wounded (Floyd County) in a battle with John Meadows and Walter Osborne over the possession of land jjl the, Kentucky mountains. n because with the great proparedness movement, comes tho construction of battleships, and as hemp Is one of tho necessities In the construction of water-tigh- t compartments, Uncle Sam will likely bo In tho market for as much as can bo raised. J. M. Gastlneau, a market man of Troy, while returning from Lexington with a load of goods, had his wagon upset by his horses which wero frightened near the L. & N. railroad at Kcono. Tho matches among his goods Ignited and sot flro to the wagon nnd contents, and Mr. Gastlneau would havo burned to death but for tho timely arrival of help. Ho had two ribs broken and is otherwise badly lujurod. Tho yield of corn In somo of tho worst sections of tho stato has been increased ten fold under the direction of tho State Experiment Station, at Loxlngton. Their activities aro not confined to Lexington nnd Central Kentucky, but extends to all parts of the stato. Tho biennial roport by Dr. Josoph H. Kastlo. Director, for 1913-1has been Issued and shows somo experiments. Ono of tho great activities has beon tho pro duction and distribution of antt-hocholera. A total of 149.000 hogs havo been Inoculated against hog' cholera la 94 counties. The usefulness of the Experiment Station has been demon strated in these and many other direc tions. 5 g where. Enquirer. Poultry manure makes a most excellent dressing for soli where Mowers are to be grown. The droppings of fowls nro rich in nitrogen, which stimulates growth of plants, line foliage and pretty flowers. Retained In the body causes rheumatism, scrofula, malaria, constipatiou, Tom nnd Mort Groves went to Rome blood poison. Number 10 For The Blood expels poisons from the body and Tuesday. A revival at the Baptist church is cures blood poison in its worst form. There are several signs that Indicate being held by tiie pastor, Rev. T. L. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. good health- -n bright red comb, activity, readiness for food and a glossy I ones. Fine Prospects This Year. nnd smooth nppenrance of the feathers. Mrs. John Montgomery entertained a country number of her friends to a rook party There ls not a farm in the Dear Mr. llabbage: I'lease find enwhere farming Is seriously attempted on Saturday evening. closed one dollar to renew my subscripnt all where li ls necessary to try to Wallace llaydeu, who will move tion to The llreckeuridge News as we raise chlckena without decent provision not do without it. We have fine for the safety of the Hock and for the shortly ou V. R. folk's tarm, iias rent- can prospects for a good berry crop this year. ed his residence to Floyd Lewis. convenience of the attendant. Louisville. Charcoal and grit should be kept The Valentinu party Saturday even- I'arl Fella, where the hens have free access to It. ing in the High School basement wak La Grippe and Fever Cured. Manure will renovate the wornout well attended despite the weather. meadow or pastures. went to Oweusboro Charlie Raney "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Sorting oggs nccordlng to size nnd Saturday to be at the bedside ot his Tonic cured my husbaud of LaGrlppe color ls a good plan. trouble-Mr- . and Fever after other remedies failed." Many chicks die from overcrowding father, who la very low of lung LULA C. ROACH, Drifton, Fla. In tho brooder. and Mrs. Lloyd I'ayue will go to Sold by Weddlug's Drug Store. Very largo eggs nro generally dou-bihousekeeping Marcli 1, lu the residence yolked. They may hatch, If Incunow occupied by Chas. l'olk. bated, Int In most cases do uot. The The sides and bottom of a new suitHugh Drlnkwater left last Thursday chances of setting chickens from dou-biOhio, where he will assist Sherley case fold out so that clothing can be yolked eggi are less than ono In a for packed in It without wrinkling. England In his amusement business. hundred. o o T0BINSP0RT Poisons BRECKENRIDGE NEWS mail for One Year at Special price ol By S3.00 Kentucky's jirentesl newspaper delivered at your homo each day including your home pa per, al tho prico of if.'$.00 This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, 1916 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. "7 iB WttSfi iS6fi WB ?KS '5a W mtna TOBS UUftU UU mi !UB u.,uw hujwu uuwu www lwj uw ujjwu uumi uiuuu jjjmu ujjj wwu ujjmu iihi m iwj im iiiiimj uiw hum hum ijiimj iu.umj hi in v 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 to advertise all Taxes that are not paid by March 1, 1916. Meet me at the following places: sum. I am Mook, February 24. Big Spring, February 26. Hardinsburg, Cloverport, Sample and Clifton Mills, Bewleyville, Feb. 29. Rock Vale, March I. every day. Glen Dean. March 2. McDaniel and Irvington, Mar. 3. Hudson, February 25. Custer, February 28. Stephensport, March 4. Very truly, m Send in your money and receipts will follow. W. C. PATE, Cloverport. A. J. DYE, Clifton WM. GIBSON, Sample. J. B. CARMAN, Woodrow. Sheriff Breckinridge County. 1 1 A. T. BEARD, i PERSONAL NOTES FACTS AND FICTION &: The most superficial investigation will prove that the following statement from a resident of Cloverport is true. CloverOf the Town and Vicinity Chron- port people with testimony of strangers living so far away you cannot investiicled in 31 Newsy Paragraphs gate the facts of the case Many more Dr. and Mrs. L B. More-me- citizens of Cloverport endorse Doan's Kidney I'ills. Return From South. J. 11. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, says: "I had trouble from weak kidneys together witli pains across the small of MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY. back and through my sides. Doan's Kiilney Pills quickly cured me and in Mrs R. A. Crider and daughter, return, I highly recommend them." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. Ruth, spent Tuesday in Glen Dean. simply ask for n kidney remedy get attended the Mr.s. S. I. Parks Doan's Kidney Pills the same that wedding in Louisville Wedcured Mr. Strong had. nesday. Co , Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Alton Marshall spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. (5. H. Anderson at ceived a shipment of Ford's. A five Guston. passenger model is on display in fiont J. C. Payne was in Hardinsburg Fri- of the building. day. Dr. L. B. Moremen. Mrs. Moremen Mrs. W. 15. Adams and children, Mr. and J. M. Herndon returned Monday anil children, of from Sarasota, Fla. and .Mrs. Sam Mr. Warren, aa insurance man of Cloverport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Louisville, was in town Friday and regMrs. Lot) Bishop. Biggs House. W. J. Lane, representing Belknap istered at the Paul Woodrow Wilson returned SatHardware Co., Louisville, was in town urday from Big Clifty where he has Tuesday. her been for the past three weeks prizing Mrs. Newsom Gardner tobacco. He has bought up 70,000 parents at Guston last week. Woody contemplates purpounds. Mesdames W. J. l'iggott, Noia Board, chasing a machine. He says ho beGeorge Mis, Nell Smith, Jack Board, lieves in "preparedness"' when it comes l'iggott and Lewis Bennett Moorman to enjoying good roads. Louisville Friday to see "The were in Mis Margaret Conniff was in LouisBirth of a Nation." ville Tuesdaj. Mrs. Robert Glaiscock spent Wednes ResiOur banks observed the day in Glen Dean. d dences and business houses were The tinny friends of Miss Hmilv Mun with Old Glory. ford are glad to hear that het health is Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington, of rapidly bting restored. She will reguests of main in Chicago for some weeks with Dautle Springs, were dinner Mr. and Mrs. F. II. McGhee Sunday. her sister, Mrs. ICvan I'usev. Mrs. H. D. Bindvand son, Howard, The Singing Club met at the home of of Louisville, and Mrs. IJdith Beard, of JJdward Morrison Friday evening Indianapolis, were guests of Piof. ArMiss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, spent thur Ater and Mrs. Ater Friday and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Saturday. Mrs. Jonas Lyons. Mr. and Mr.s. Cljde Morrison and Mrs-- , lames Bolin visited in Fords-vill- e children, of Cloverport, spent Sunday last week. with Mr. and Mr.s. Jake Morrison Irvington citizens in Louisville last W. H. Dutschke, of Ammons, speut .week: Mesdames Adele ConuilT, IJ. C. Tuesday with Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Ater. Waggoner, Heron, A. T. Adkins, Frank Rev. I. C. Woodward will hold n DocChapln. H A. Ater and Miss Ida Judson memorial service at the Baptist Bel! Ater. church next Sunday. Miss ICvelyn King and brothers spent the week end with Mits Mary Nevltt, Constipation. of Basin Springs. Miss I'olly Brown, of Vinu Grove, in the guest of Miss When costive or troubled with Nevilt. ' Foster-Milburn p dtc-orate- FR0KMRV1NGT0N $ v to & & SSs LAST SALE OF THE SEASON Our Next and Last Sale of This Season will be SB 3S & B SSs : & to ft Wednesday, March 1, 1916 Bring Us Your Tobacco to This sale will be one of the best of the whole seato son and Prices will be Better. & Bring us your good tobaccos-th- ey bring the price $ &: : & to St to to to to Si to. a Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCOltl'OltATED take Chamberlain's Mrs. Joe Mattingly anil daughter, They are easy to take and most agreeMiss Uinnia Lou Moorman, of Glen able In effect. Obtainable everywhere. Donn, are guests. of Mrs. R A. Crider. J . Wade delivered two spleu Rev. T. didly good sermons at the Methodist L0DIBURG. Mr. Chappell, church Sunday. the singer, was appreciated by all present. Mis, Charlie Payne and son and Kvutiiug Morning service 10 o'clock. daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nat service 7 o'clock. spent Sunday at Watllngton, of Hardinsburg, last SatWillie Simmons urday and Sunday. Hardinsburg. Mrs. Allen Bandy and little daughter, societies of the The missionary May, visited her brother, Hewitt churches will unite in n mission study Lena using the bouk, "Home Missions Payne, of Sample, last week. class, Miss Dessle Adkisson has gone to in Action " A meeting is belug planbetween nil the organizations in Bowling Green to attend school. ned Mr. and Mis. Gus Barger, of Louiskeeping with Baby Week plans, The e baby week is a joint effort between the ville, are the guests of relatives at this week. General Federation of Woman's Clubs and the Federal Children's Bureau at Robert Kruger, of Henderson, was Washington, Its object is a more in- the guest of Roscoe Deacon last Saturtelligent understanding of conditions day and Sunday. of ti.e child. governing the Castle Dye, of Clifton Mills, was the IJ, B. Hardaway was iu town Friday. guest of Miss Luclle Hardin, of Holt, The Irvington Hardware Co. has re- - Sunday. Fry-mirwell-being Tablets, to to Hardinsburg, Kentucky a D. IJ. Deacon shipped an eight weeks old call to Louisville lust week for which he received l9.ii0. G R. French shipped a two year old steer that brought him $"0. Mrs. George Cox visited telntives at Brandenburg last week. Miss Luclle O'Brian, of Ukrou, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grant this week. Allen Bandy closed his school at Walnut Grove last Friday. He has taught a very successful school. This Is his third term at Walnut Grove. Miss Mav Johnson, of Raymond, returned home last Friday after a week's visit to her cousin, Mrs. Grayson Payne. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Argabrigh.t visited relatives at Mystic Saturday. Byron Cart, of Louisville, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Scott Cart, of Shllo. Mrs. Jess Miller, of Clifton Mills, died last Saturday very suddenly. The remains were interred in the Walnut Groe cemetery on Sunday. She was 3 1 years of age, and belonged to the Wulnut Grove Baptist church and had lived a faithful Christian for several yeurs. She leaves five children, one an infant five weeks old, and a husband to mourn for her. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST nfflro Hfliir' s'u. m.itoisw. VIIIW V ItVUIWi I p.m. tuJ5 ji. m. AlwTflurrl,'K Irvington, Ky. For baby's and brutses, Grandma's Eclectic Oil 25c and jOc. croup, Willie's dally cuts mamma's sore throat, lameness Dr. Thomas' the household remedy. 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