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Wh Breckenridge News
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1915 Efittrcrt at the 1'ost Onllco at Otof crnort, Ky nsnocood clum matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES HUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct nnl city Offices $ 2.50 For County Offices 6.00 Vor State and District Offices. ...f 15.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards. Der Hne 10 For All Publications lu tbe inter est of Individuals or expression of individual views oer Hne 1 Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective December 14, 1914. fllir. A. Mrt 11. will leva rlnturlmft. Arrivinit iuiisviiic. ' Vn IJ7 will Ia.iv. rlnvupnnpt . H:30A ArriviniruwcnsiH)ro i . m.lnstcnil Arriving Henderson lii will lenv. Pln.PFtirM. 4 ;M II. tt of 4:57 ns heretofore: Itwlll woo leav IrvlnittonSsMp. m. Instciul of (1:01 rersonai rarayi auna About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- ! ...... ciuaeu. House for Rent. T. F. Sawyer. Kd Alexander went to Louisville Mon day. Miss Pearl Hall Is visiting in Hawes ville. Miss Mildred Habbage will entertain the Fridav.Oub. Kdward Morrison, of Irvington, is the guest of relatives. Hugh Ilarrett Severs, who has been ill two weeks, is'better James lleavin was at McQuady last week visiting relatives. The Choral Club will meet with Miss Edith l'lank Monday night. Miss Kathrine Moorman arrived home Thursday night from Louisville. The Ladies' Reading Club will be en tertiined by Mrs. H. V. Duncan. Fred Adams has a position at Leb anon, Ky., in a newspaper plant. This afternoon Miss Louise Babbage will entertain the Wednesday Club. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick, of Irving ton, were in Louisville Friday shopping. Miss Dulah Payne, of Hewleyvil.e, went to Howling Green Monday to enter school. FOR SALU AJ529.00 stove, second hand; will go at $10.00. Box 39, Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport people in Louisville, re cently: Mrs. Darnell Dowden, Mrs. A. L. Cockercll. Frank L. Moorman has accepted a place as operator at the L., II. & St. L R'y shops here. Misses Margaret and Iidith Hum will entertain the "Indian Study" class to morrow evening. Charlie Durham and Lewis Zeigler, of Hardinsburg, went to Florida last week to spend the winter. Iris Ball has returned from Wolf Creek to be with his aunt, Mrs. F.lla Jordan, at the St. George Hotel. The Board of Supei visors were having a stormy time Monday hearing com plaints of raised taxpayers. Heavy wrapping paper for walls and floors, 0 large sheets for 5 cents. The -r-i f !.l -kf DrcGKsnriuue iwn uuii-o. Mrs. Robert Pierce, Sr., has return ed to her home in Louisville after a week's stay at Rose Hill. Clearance sale of old newspapers this vn k, 'i bunches for 5 cents. Tho Breckcnridge News olllse. Stcrrett Jnrboe has returned home from the West for a visit to his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John C. Jnrboe. Mrs. D, T. Coinrie and little daughter, Mist Mary Alice Coinrie, have returned home from Grand Rapids, Mich. Fred Pierce, Wallace mid Allen Pierce were at Rose Hill to spend Sunday with their mother, Mrs. R. B Pierce. W. T. Maccy, of Hamcd, is ready, if sufficiently urged, to get into the race for Represt ntative on the Republican ticket. Miss Rosa I.ce Newton nnd Charles Lee Newton, of San Antonia, Texas, are the guests of their father, L. N Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambieton nrc receiving congratulations on the birth of their second son, wlio has not yet been christened. Mr. and Mrs. Win McGovern gave a musical Thursday evening in honor of their daughter, Miss Kathrine McGov em. Twenty guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. John I.eitch and son, Tohn C. Lcitch. Ir.. of Pittsburgh, Pn are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Lightfoot, nt the home of Dr. Clins. Lightfoot. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawkins have Bone to housekeeping In the residence of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Oelze. He has a position with the Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Company. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Murray, of Covington, Ky., have moved to Selma, Ala., and have a country home nd- joining the farm of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Murray. Chas. Edmunds, of Louisville, has returned to his home, The Willard Hotel, after several weeks' stay with Mr. and Mrs. 13rnest L. Robertson, of Glen Dean. Mr. Edmunds is convales cent of his serious illness. The Xecdlecraft Club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. A. L. Cockercll. Mrs. Sam Berry will be hostess lo the members this week. The club has a membership of a number of young married women and the meetings are very interesting Catarrh Cannot Co Cured with I.OCAT, I l'l H'VriONH. n tltry rnnnor ic irli II pint iif Inr iltanim. Cn tnrrli l:i n lium-I 1 e i'i-hhIIiiiIiumI illsonno, nnd In oul.-r in curr- II you mnia lilip In ternal iriniillii.. II. ill .1 Catarrh Cure H taken liiiiTiwilly, mill no' illnrtly upon tlip IiIimiiI nml iinii'uiiH Mirftire. lluH'i Cnlnrrh I'lim In n-it 11 nun-1; iih'i1IMih It was fironrlhnil by tn rf tho lust pliy nlclniH In tills niimtiy f"r ycnrn nnil 11 n. rretiliir tirinrrlpllo'i. It I" rniiip'uril of llio bent tonlcd Icnnwn. r uMilnnl with tho best blunt purifiers, n. luv.r illri-clls nn I'm mucous siirfncos. Tin' perfect rnnihlnn tlon of Hip two Inffri'illrnts Is what pro ilnces sueli wonderful lesulti In eurliiR rntnrrli. Honil fnr li atlmotilnls. free. J. CIIDNHY fk CO.. rrnp., Toledo, O. Fold liy llrilftRlstn. price 7.V. Tak Haifa Family Tills for comtlpatlon. nnd save for years to build n big house, rearing the children in squalor and tie pressing sordid surroundings and then about the time the childretl nre ready to ilit build n house to astonish the na tives? A parlor ever so fine, with velvet carpet and a piano, will not minister materially to Grace's culture after she has grown up on shabby sordiduess "Think about your children's bed room. Perhaps it is dark and dingy. The children just 'hate' it with good reason. Thev will never need the in fluence of bright, pretty surroundings as they need them now, in their childhood So instead of waiting for that far-off time when you can afford to give them a fine room, wliy not let in nnotner win ilow, If it be only nil oiltl-siretl one, paper mid repaint in light colors, forgetting to enamel the furniture?" re not W &. r t s . Niitb. -Advertisers plenv notify tlie editor whin you wunt mlverttsetiient illicontlmini. 1 ft W'AN'TIill (Inn of tlio law muffsInn nub Y IMilnir homes desires to etnptov an Ac tive mini or nomati In Hits community to hiuidle 11 upeehil plim which Inn proven un tiMi.illy pr limbic, (I001I opi'tihiK lor rltfht piirty. Addnsi with two referenees. I'ui il'lier, llox l.V. Times fii. c!ti.. New Ytrk City. For Sale ONK Hloro llouso and DwellltiR nnd oro ncri! of Land. 11 sieplienspon nnd liar illnilnirB ru.iil, live 111 1 h .'ram lliirdlnshurir, Ky.-C. .1. Cox. It K I). S. Iliirdlnsliur, Ky. Bargains in Wyandotte Cockerels. BA1KIAIN.-" In t'tlllty White Wynndotto Cocterels. (IikmI color, slrn nnd type. I'lsluls Heavy l,ylnir Strnln. Write motor s nn Ky pliouis nnd prices. ourjr. Ilerhert Hull. Ilnrdlns- S. C, R. I. Red Cockerels. FOKSAI.K-?. C. It. I. Ited Cockerels nnd I'ullets. Well dvieloped: good murk. Inns. Prices reasonable. Wrlta mo your wants. M. I). Heard lln-dlnslmrc. Ky. Wanted Salesman. SALESMAN WANTED To look utter our Interest In llrcckvnrlden nnd udjolnlne counties. Siil.irv or commission. Address Tho llnrvey Oil Co., Cleveland. O. For nny pain, burn, scald or brulte, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. Two sizes 25s and 50c at all drugstores. HILL ITEMS You Can Defy Wintery Winds if you will use a healing, soothing lotion for the protection of delicate skins. Penslar Almond and Cucumber Cream is the right preparation for chapped face and hands. Price 25c per Bottle MiHBaBaaHBBBBa SAVE YOUR COUPONS nnd get a 43-piece dinner set Wedding's Drug Store The Penslar Store Cloverport, : : Kentucky Sunday morning, January 17, after reacting the third chapter of Joshua, the Rev. R. E. Reeves preached to his congregation at the Presbyterian church from the text, "Ye Have Not Passed This Way Heretofore." The evening sermon was an exposition of the 5i Psalms. The members were highly pleased and extended a warm welcome to the new pastor. The serv ices were closed by Wilbur Hamtnan, who is gifted in prayer, and never for gets his church Miss Ethel Campbell, of Patesville, is the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons returned home Wednesday nieht, after a short visit to relatives in Brazil and Indian apolis, Ind. Mr. Will Morton, who moved to town less than 7 mouths ago, and whose death was mentioned in last week's Issue of The Ureckeuridge News, was "1 years of age and had for a lone time been a sufferer from a complication of diseases from which death released him Monday night, January 18. Mrs. John Fella, ot Addison, visited her mother. Mrs. Julia Wood, last week. She also attended the funeral of her cousin, Will Morton. Frank Storms, wife and children, with Mrs. Wallace Davisson, went to the country last week to see their sis ter, Mrs. Garfield Tucker. The sick on the hill are Mr. and Mrs. Weatherholt. Mrs. Hllllary Hardin, who has been quite sick, is somewhat better, but Mr. Hardin is sick. Joe Allen's family have all been sick but are better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Bone Pate are both reported to be seriously ill. Miss Anna Edmondson, who has been suffering with neuralgia, is convalescent. James, the son of Mrs. Millard Ar nold, a confined to the house with mumps. Little Anna Burden has the measles. May Estell, the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taberllng, 8 days old, died Monday night. Jurors For Circuit Court. Sheriff A. T. Heard has summoned the following persons to appear on the first day of the February term of Cir cuitCoutt at Hardinsburg lo serve as jurors in ald court. Grand Jurors. G. D. lilanford, B. M. Elkins. Cba. Hook, lames Tlnius, R. J. Ca'n, J. M. Gregory, Rocoe Hendry, Kll Usher. Wm DrisUII. James Rhodes, E. C. Foote, John Jenuings. N. J. Butler, J. W. Matttngly, Virgil iiarned, lilihu Meador, Hubert Dejarnette. W. H. Dowell, Itiluy Dowell. Durwin Wroe; J. H Biisham Jas. E Bruner, G. O. Bailey, G A Foote. Petit Jurors. D.tve Carter. Walter Hatcher, J W. Klncheloe, W. F. Ves.sells, W. T. Chap- pell, W. V. Dent, Wnrficld Hendrick, C. L. Avitt. H B Parks, J. 1'. Keitn. J. B. Jackson, L. S. Cannon, W. S. DeJarnette, W. L. Cannon, V. G. Goodman, Chapman Moorman, Mills Drane, W. O. Kane. R. H. Cook, I. N. Pile. John R. Critcheloe, J. T. Oweu, E. F. Triplett, A. N. McCoy, Tom Gannaway, John Skillmau, H. D. Bail . . . . r . . 1 1 m 1 ey, M. U. uauoway, . l,. .Miner, i. n. Harnetl. Muck H. Qufgglns, N. B. Netherton, Frank Bluek, Philip Snyder, L. A. Yutes, Ralph Wheately. pBuy Gold Med&h neia SEEPS The Sure Growing Kind Buy them from your local seed dealer. If ha can' t supply you, wrlto us direct. LOUISVILLE SEED CO. 2nd and Main Louisville, Ky. Sam Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanenl Dentist Telephone 56-J Cloverport, ky C. L BEARD Life Insurance and Real Estate Oflico over Hank of Ilurclitis hur & Trust Coinpiiny. Hardinsburg, Kentucky V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Proceedings iti Bankruptcy Instituted for Anyone PRETTY BOUDOIR CAP. This boudoir cap. Imitatlnts tho Dutch cap hi fashion, is built of gold metal lace with a garniture across tho front of pink chiffon roses. Don't Be Too Stingy While Your Children Are Young. In the current issue of Farm and Fire Mp nnnears a department called "The Experience Bazaar," iu which contribu tors make suggestions based on their personal experiences. One contributor tells iu part as follows Ills ideas about parents who overdo economy while their childretl are young and impressionable: "Isn't it pathetic to see a family scrimp j Kincheloe's Compound Herb Cough Syrup. An old-fashioned Herb mixture. A valuable rem edy for stubborn Coughs and all Brochial affections. Effective and Harmless. A good, safe'Cough Syrup for old people and chil dren. Does not contain Alcohol, Chloroform, or Opium, Morphine, Codine or Heroin of any kind. PRICE, 25c Kincheloe's Pharmacy, "The Quality Store." Hardinsburg, :: Kentucky. "We tend without Fall whan ordered by Mall." Fresh Shipment of Chocolate Creams Meraschino Cher ries, Peanut Butter New Can Goods. This Week Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. I Extra Special Notice the Ladies' FURS In Our Window Half Price! This Week Don't miss this opportunity You'll be the gainer J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I 1 Men In Cloverport Are Neat Dressers! Because They Patronize O. BERRY The Dry Cleaner Men's Suits Cleaned and TCn Pressed, per suit 101 Ladies' Work a Specialty 1 1 ri in i 1 " " ' SEE THE Glug Family School Play Benefit of Library Friday Night, Jan, 29 OPERA HOUSE, Cloverport, Ky. COME! The Lancaster Loose Leaf Tobacco Company Is open day and night to receive tobacco. Daily Sales. We also have the largest and best lighted house in Owensboro. Howe Automatic Scales We have sold 561,000 pounds on one sale, and have bold more l'rjor To bacco than any otlier house in town, and more Hurley Tobacco also. We sold 4jl,olo pounds in one day at an average of 7.74. We have the record for I'ryor Tobacco, l5.2o; and for Hurley, f I7.00, and for Hurley Trash, $11. 00. We carry insurance on Tobacco to protect the owner, LANCASTER LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO CO., Incorporated Third and Triplet Streets OWENSBORO, : KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 6, 191 5 AT THE ARMORY Greater than ever in every feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chicago shows. More Exhibits Every Car of consequence will be shown. More Lavish and Original Decorations typifying: Growing: Cotton. More Music Concerts Afternoon and Night. Come to Louisville "Auto Show" Week Special Hotel Rates Show Opens 10 A. M. Closes 10 P. M. Daily. ADMI83ION 25 CENTS Keeping Fall and Winter Pigs urowing. ta . . l,u miullnn n( how best to iu mu 1 keep fall nnd winter pigs growing I nrwnnh nnd ornctlce what I preach in regard to wintering pigs. first, a goon roomy, wmm i leep so that they will not have to pile ip to keep from fretzltlg. Second, plenty of fresh water. mt-t-.i UUo.l fuuil nt nlclll. mil- 1 lull, u liuciiii .vv. "tr."-. listing of middlings, shelled corn and itikuge. Kourth, morning feed should be warm nd nil that they will clean up In one lalf hour. iriftl. If extremelv cold cive them water that has the chill taken off. Sixth, n light leeii ot miuuungs ami .nkage at noon. Seventh, for roughage I like clover, ilfalfa, i-owpeas. Uach Is good. Hive oil pigs free tun to salt, wood ashes und coal. Lastly, bee that all pens und bleeping quarters are kept clean. Look tor lice uul don't let them get a bturt. In 111 winter we use crude oil with a tu small quantity of lamp oil with it. The last thing I do with them at night is to handle each one for a few minutes. They learn to look for a pet from you and it Is a saving of a lot of feed In a year for they will not run the fat off to get away from v"u if use them kindly. Rules for a Beginner. Ten good rules in care of poultry are: 1, Feed regularly. 2. House comfortably. 3 Keep the premises clean. .1. Distilled tlie nouses mommy. 5. Make the fowls exercise by scratching among straw, hay or leaves for their grain. 6. Do not expose them to heavy cold winds, heavy rain storms, or al low outdoors while snow covers the ground. 7. Do not overcrowd the ilocks. 8. Oet the stock tame and keep it so. 9. Do not force for laying by using highly seasoned food, 10. Do not overfeed. It Pays to advertise in The Breckenridge News.