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w ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO" PRINT. VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915. 8 Pages rv0. 29 rijf- .a CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO SALE Large Sale Expected Here Saturday--Farmers and Buyers Are Cordially Invited to Attend h ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE The first sale of Cloverport's Locse teaf Tobacco House will take place Saturday at the warehouse formerly used by the American Tobacco Com pany. The managers of the new Cloverport company cordially invite farmers and buyers to attend the sale. In all probability a line of wagons will come in early and the scene will be one as in the old tobacco days of Clover port. Services Continue. , Revival services will continue at the Baptist church every evening Includ ing Friday night, the closing of the series. Rev. Cottrell, the pastor, Is conducting every service with no out side assistance. There will be church this afternoon. Paper From Mrs. Conn. The Breckenridge News received last week an illustrated edition of the Panama Exposition from Mrs. Pike Conn It was the Los Angeles Times and a wonderful edition. The people vout there certainly believe in newspa per advertising. The pictures and articles make every one anxious to go to the fair of the world Sunshine and Strawberries. A letter from Mrs. Poster Heyser, of Deland, Fla., says they w.ill have strawberries in their garden by next week. Nw Year's they had fresh to matoes, new potatoes, squash, lettuce, cabbage. Fresh vegetables all winter. Strawberries and sunshine makes Florida very attractive to Cloverport in January. Dr. Simons Improving. Dr. A. A. Simons, who has been ill, continues to improve slowly. While his 'j-condition has caused no apprehension, he has been very sick Dr. Simons' friends remember him daily and are making his convalescent days unusually pleasant. Rev. Hunt at Williamsburg. Rev. S. K. Hunt, pastor of the M. E. Church, Hardlnsburg, has just closed a very successful meeting in his church, and is now in Williamsburg, Ky. , as sisting in another meeting. He will be absent about three weeks. Farmers' Meeting. There will be a meeting of the farmers held at Hardinsburg January 29-30 to discuss farming and good roads Pro gram this week's issue. Get today. huckfnsr. orKAnt nf h are steal in iheep urvng wJ'TTIaM11 L-M 1 1 ur aaaaa If . nod do all else claimed for ''r Save Time Save freight S.JP".J52S.,,,,IIIg charges by dcaline with us. (SI I W mrt cutlultem .4f.nl. Itr McQUADY DULLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. 0 Cloverport Merchant Expects To Begin Advertising Soon. The Ilrcckenridge News received Thursday n useful calaiuler from J. L. O'Connell, of Cloverport. The calendar has pocket on it for letters and small papers. Mr. O'Connell is planning a small ad vertising campaign, which will start in this paper soon, and will be va'uable to all his friends and customers FIVE BIRTHDAYS Celebrated at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. John Burn Monday Night. Mr. and Mr. John Burn were host and hostess to a beautiful dinner given Monday night in honor of live birth day anniversaries of different members of the party. The center piece was a large white cake covered with red candles, and at each plate were carnations and a narcissus. Plates were set for the following: Mr. and Mrs. Burn, Misses Jean nette, Edith and Margaret Burn, Misses Pauline Moorman and Martha Miller, Messrs. Marion Denton, Earl Clark, Thos. Ferry, Frank Plank, Leonard Gregory and Edward Dickey. Rev. J.Talbert Keenan, B.L Ph.D. The pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Ch rch, Logan, Ohio, Rev. J. Talbert Keenan, was born April 1, 1871, at Louisville, Illinois. Educated in the public schools. Received the Diploma of Batchlor of Literature from Moores Hill College, Moores Hill, Ind., and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the Chicago Seminary of Sciences. Dr. Keenan was received into full connection of the St. Louis Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church from Union church, St. Louis, Mo., in 1809, and has spent fifteen years in that re lation. During that time he has builaed three parsonages and three churches for the people whom he served. The last building enterprise which he promoted and completed was the SCO, 000 Oak wood Methodist Episcopal church of Colum bus, from which charge he came to his present pastorate. Mr. Keenan is a lecturer of note worthy mention, having been connected with the Colt Lyceum Bureau of Cleve land, and the Redpath Chautauqua Bureau ot Chicago and New York. Dr Keenan is one ol the promoters and founders of The Evangeline Home for delinquent girls and women of Co lumbus, Ohio, and Is now President of that institution He is a man of wide experience and travel. He is now planning a trip to the Holy Land. Dr. Keenan is optomistic, a promoter of civic improvement, loves the people, and extends his hand to the man who toils. The Record, Logan, O. Notice Today All Indebted torn) please come and settle. Kindly let me hear from you this week. Mrs. I. N. Cordrey, Cloverport. Save TimeSave Freight a supply of SAL-VET Start in and drive out the blood Iife-sannlnff. DrotiNde&troyinz. dls cue-breedine worm that urev uoon the vital wiur farm animal. Siod the thieves your nrnfitt and kill me your host and our cattle And horse. FEED Pntttwheiwall ymirrtivk ran r I to It. TIIR1 WILL DOLTOIL THEMhBLYC. SAL-VCT will 4 Iran out the vortu. una iu 'uJirnim1 in nnlw ! lt-liF In fMlil diftuae. Itut thrire lwittrput nn more flesh on MUie tutuX au4 mako )ou more moary. will UwJa C Caoala, HrAUcUr. Mb., MM I "Sine I ! f4 fal-Vtt I fwl U.I a tiniM ho mt r mie apnur, v.vmouor MMtne r mi ie mmm airaai lti(iMnt4i SAL-VET UM loftily M FARMERS INSTITUTE AT Two Days Program Next Week Large Crowd Expected -Welcome Address by Mr. Eskridge SPECIAL. SUBJECTS TREATED Two bit' days arc planned for the Farmers Institute which will be held at Hardlnsburg, Friday and Saturday, January 29 and 30. Many are expect ed and the program is as follows: Friday the 29th, 9:30 a. m. Welcome Address Jesse It. Ksk ridge. Breckinridge County Hon. II. DeH. Moorman. Swine Breeding J. Sidney Owen, Pete Macy, E. P. Hardaway, J. W. Kennedy, Thos. O'Donough, Taylor Dowell. Corn Preparation and Cultivation Dr. J. H. Hart, Hon. Chas. Blanford, Thos. B. Beard, Geo. Lyddan, H. O Bennett. Sheep Breeding Chas. H. Drury, E. B. Ogtesby, John Conkwright, John N. Akers, W. K. Moorman, Sr. Testing Seed Corn Dr. P. W. Foote. Breeding Beer Cattle W. R. Moor man, Jr., Gus Mattlngly. Alfalfa G. A. Wright, Henry Hayes and W. J. Ballman. Poultry, Housing and Care P. M. Beard, Chas. 11. Drury, Herbert Hall. Feeding Silage Jas. W. Miller, Jno. McGary, II. M Beard, G. A. Wright. Saturday the 30th, 9:30 a. m. Horticulture Dr. Galloway, G. B. Cunningham, Pruning G O. Blanford. Should We Raise More or Less To bacco John E. Monarch, W. W. Bax ter, Frank McGary, Joe Glasscock, Frank Ruppert. Mating Poultry for Best Results D. D. Dowell. Cow Peas and Red Clover John N. Akers, Thos. B. Beard, John Skillman, B. W. Carter J. B. Gibson. Dairy Cattle D. C Heron. Dr. P. W. Foote, John H. Blythe. Ground Limestone H. W. Carter, W. J. Piggott, U. A. Wright. Road Work for IOI5 Outlined D. D. Dowell, R. M. Basham. Drainage Hestcn Driskell. E. M. Sent to Los Angeles Agent of Department of Justice Pro moted For His Vigilance. El Paso, Dec. 21. Promoted for his vigilance In pursuing ammunition smugglers and neutrality law viola tors, E. M. Blanford, special agent of the Department ot Justice, will be In charge of the division headquarters of the department In Los Angeles. Special Agent Blanford made a won derful record here during his two years. He secured the arrest of a number of white slavers and obtained convictions in three famous -cases. He worked up the case against Consul Generals H C. Lloerente and Miguel Diebold for violation of the neutrality laws. The disappearance of witnesses caused their release after their in dlctment by the grand jury. Blanford made his biggest ammunition haul when he seized a car of ammunition which was being shipped to Villa when he tlrst started his revolution. He will leave Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. Blanford and childred. Los Angeles Times. Mr. and Mrs. Ulanford's address now is P. O. Box 694, Los Angeles, Cal. The promotion of Mr. Blanford is good news to his old home. Mr. Dean Here. Frank Dean, of Glen Dean, was here Saturday and subscribed for The Breck enridge News. Mr. Dean has quit raising tobacco and said that soon ev ery farmer in the county will. Cloverport's Needy Helped Those who feel tl.ey should like to send aid to those in the war zone, may do so with a clear conscience, as the needy in Cloverport are being cared for these cold days by the doctors, the women of the church and the mayor of the city. Mayor Haniman has not left a bundle unwrapped to prevent suffer ing and hunger within the gates of Cloverport. The charity of the physi cians hat been unlimited and the min ister have dona their part to relieve the lick and distressed. L E LEAF SALES AT TERDAY SEEMED TO BRING SATISFACTION TO ALL New Buyers and Large Attendance of Farmers Make a Lively Harket- Hany Wagons Lined up. Hardinsburg, Jim. IS). (Special). Prices todny little improved over last week's sales. Best grades of durk sold at top prices. $13.50; low prudes at $1.50 to $5. W. F. McGary hud three baskets of dark which brought $10.20, $11 and $13.50. Several now buyers on the floor and tho bidding was spirited from tho best grades. 150,000 pounds on iloor and all sold. Fairly good crowd in attendance. Prices seemed satisfactory especially on be-t grades J. D. 1$ OFJCLOVERPORT Young Men of New Orleans on Way to New York Stop Off at This Port to Make a Few Dollars T. R. Rogers and J. M. Crawford, of New Orleans, were here Monday and Tuesday with their little yacht tied up at the lower docks. The young men are making a trip by water from the Queen City to New York. They ex pect to reach their destination next fall. From there they intend to start on a voyage to South America and get a glimpse of that country. To meet expenses they take photographs free of the business houses and residences of the town, then after finishing and mouutlng the pictures, come rushing back to sell them. No one can turn the youngsters down Although they claim to be old enough to vote, they look to be mere boys who have just run away to play. They still get money from home, and get homesick when a letter comes from mother. With them Is a friend, who takes care of their boat and sees that sailing is safe. Their next stop will be at Brandenburg, The pictures made here were line and they sold enough to meet expenses. Mr. Herndon Expresses Thanks for Postoffice Aid. Irvington, Jan 18 (Special). J. U. Herndon wishes to express his thanks to any who in any way aided him in his efforts to stone the postoffice at Irvington, tut now that the postoflice has been secured by Mr. V, G. Baudv, also wishes to sav that his hands are clean of any dirt that might have been slung, and though he lost in the battle, is not vanquished, but is still a loyal Democrat, and further says that he believes that Hon, Ben Johnson made the greatest speech of his life when he said in his speech before Congress be fore casting his vote for the Hobson amendment. "In my humble judg ment there is no better way to have Government of the people than to have it by the people; therefore, Mr. Speak er, I shall cast my vote as a represen tative of the people to let the people control." Good Wishes of Cloverport Mr. R. N. Hudson,, President and General Manager of the L,., H. & St. L K. It. Company, Louisville, Ky. We, the undersigned members of the Cloverport Commercial Club, extend to you our hearty congratulations and good will as President of the L., II. & St. L R. R. Company. We rejoice with you. Yours respectfully, The Cloverport Commercial Club. A A. Simons, President. John H. Bahky, Vice President. J. C. Nolte, Secretary. Certainly Far From Home Dear Mr. Uabbage: Euclosed iind check for $1. Please let my subscrip tion begiu January 1 and send paper from that date. How is everything in Breckenridge county? I have missed a few Issues, through neglect, and as that Is about my only medium of keep ing In touch with home and home peo ple, I don't feel that I can atlord to miss The Breckenridge News one week. With all good wishes, I am, J. F. MOORB, Sheltou Public School, Shelton, Washington. Mr. Moore is principal of the High School of that place. HARDINSBURG YES DEATH COMES To Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Who Was Sweetly Resigned to Leave Home and Friends. Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, wife of J. S. Armstrong, died nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. F. Storm, of this place, on January 13, of corrosis of the liver. She was "1 years and l.t days old. She was a member of the Baptist church of this city, having been con verted at the age of fifteen, and has lived a faithful Christian since. For the last twenty-five years she has been greatly afflicted, but bore her afflictions with great patience. She had felt for some time that she was soon to pass away, but said she was perfectly ready and willing to meet death. She made every arrangement in her quiet way. Besides her husband she leaves three (laughters to mourn her loss: Mrs. Wallace Davisson, of Blackwell, Okla.; Mrs. l'rank Storm, of this place, and Mrs. J. G. Tucker, ot tnls county; one sister, Mrs. H. D. Truman, of Pueblo, Colo., survives her. The funeral took place from the home Saturday morning conducted by Rev. E. O. Cottrell, after which she was laid to rest in the Clover port cemetery. CHORAL CLUB Elects Officers For Ensuing Year Mrs. Reid Made Pres ident Again. The Choral Club has elected officers for I9I5 as follows: Mrs. I,. T. Reid, President. Mrs. R. I Oelze, Vice-President. Miss Jane Smith, Secretary. Mrs. David Phelps, Treasurer. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith, Directoress. Miss Margaret liurn, I'iauoist. Mrs. Harry Hammaii, Librarian. Must Pay For Paper Judge George Thomas, of Columbus, O., recently decided that if a man ac cepts a paper that Is sent him he mint pay for it. The decision was rendered in the case brought bv the Columbus Telegram against a man for $2.35. The Telegram had been sent to the man's home, and he had accepted tho paper. When called upon to pay for It he refused, and suit was brought. When Judge Thomas heard the evi dence he Instructed the jury to bring in a verdict for the Telegram. Judge Thomas rules that the old common law principle that what a man received and used he was bound to pay for applied in this instance. Amer ican Press. 1'. II Canary, of Amnions, sold in Louisville last week 65 head of hogs, averaging 270 pounds, at $7.10 per hundred Homer Pile, W. J. llallmau and Henry Hays, of Mook, were in Lexing ton last week attending the farmers' meeting II. Dutschkc sold I9 head of hogs, averaging L'ol pounds, ut $7.10 per hundred. W. W. llaxter, of Glen Dean, was iu Louisville Friday. Mr. Morton Dead William Morton died Monday night at his home on the hill, He has been ill sometime of rheumatism. Besides hi wife he leaves several brothers, one being Mr. Henry Morton, of this city. TRAIN NOTES. F. JJASWELL Takes Prominent Part In Social Gathering of One of the Larg est Companies In the East. Hardinsburg peopla and especially the friends of Mr. John I. Haswcll, Jr , will be interested to know of the promi nence his brother, Mr. 1 J. Haswell, has attained in the New Haven Clock Company. Mr. Haswell has been with this company, the largest concern of its kind in the United States, fifteen years. Itesides being manager of a department, Mr Haswell is active in promoting so ciability and good-fellowship among the men connected with the great firm. Recently he acted as toastmaster at a banquet of which an account was given in the New Haven Journal-Courier as follows: "The fourth annual banquet of the New Haven Clock company office and traveling staff was held at the Hotel Garde last night. The full force from the New York branch were the guests of the evening. F. J. Haswcll, chairman of the entertainment committee, acted as toastmasier. The speeches were all devoted to the affairs of the company. They were by Walter Camp, the noted football author ity, who is president of the company; Edwin 1. Root, secretary; Kdward Stevens, manager of the New York branch; Eugene Cartier, cashier, and Frederick L. llradley, sales manager. Several vaudeville acts from New York were provided by the entertain ment committee, which consisted of Mr Haswell, George Nettletoti and Robert W. Allen. The tables were artistically decorated with ferns and miniature "White Way" lights " Honor Roll of Clover port Public School. Seniot Willie Seaton and Josej h Ross. Junior Mary Owen Oelze. Sophmore Forrest Weatherholt. Freshmen Mary Kinder. Eighth tirade None. Seventh Grade Gladys Hemphill. Sixth Grade None. Fifth Grade Lilah Campbell, Roscoe Kinder. Fourth Grade Christina Keil, Nan nie Hall, Jacle Weatherholt, Juanlta Yeager, James Arnold. Second Grade Carrie Mae Jackson, William Allen, Ma nan! White. First Grade Hurold Kennedy, David Conrad, Irene Carman, Orabel Basham, Charlie Lee Ha mnuiDi Charlie Porst Graduated Nurse. Miss Ada Mattlngly, formerly of Gien Dean, has finished her training course at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Onlo, and Is now equip ped for professional nursing. Miss Mattingly's friends are extending con gratulations to her and wish her hap plness in her profession. Card of Thanks. We want to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and f ivors shown us during the illness and death of our loving wife and mother. J. S. Armstrong and daughters. 0. H. Haynes Dead. Ollle II. Iluynes, a prominent lawyer and real estate man, of Owensboro, died Friday afternoon following an attack of grip. His death was a shock to his family and wide circle of friends. Have You a Product or News Item of Which You are Justly Proud? If so wo shell bo pleased to print tho liist in thiBspaco ut our regular tidv'urtiainpr rates; tho second, 11 news item always goes in free. xxxxxxxxxxx The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky.