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Notice Taxpayers! Notice Taxpayers! This is positively the last notice I am going to give. I simply must have your Taxes. I have to settle with the County April 1st, and I can't unless you pay me. I am making the following dates, and unless paid by then, I am going to advertise your property. It is much easier for you to borrow a small amount than for me to borrow a large sum. I am going to advertise all Taxes that are not paid by March 1, 1916. Meet me at the following places: Hardinsburg, Cloverport, Sample and Clifton Mills, every day. Hudson, February 25. Custer, February 28. Mook, February 24. Big5 Spring, February 26. Bewleyville, Feb. 29. Rock Vale, March I. Glen Dean. March 2. McDaniel and Irvinffton, Mar. 3. fpnhpncnnrt Marrri A viiviiupui , iiiui vii r. Send in your money and receipts will follow. W. C. PATE, Cloverport. A. J. DYE, Clifton Mills. Very truly, WM. GIBSON, Sample. J. B. CARMAN, Woodrow. 1 A. T. BEARD, I Sheriff Breckinridge County. 5 HARDINSBURG. "There is a good, a better and a best, And we should not contented be, nor rest, Until our good is better, and our better best " Sheriff A. T. Beard spent the week end in Louisville with friends. Owen Hruner was in town last week several days. Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Harned spent Saturday and Sunday in Garfield with their parents, Dr. B. C. Harntd and Mrs. Harned. Miss Satlie Richardson, of Union Star, has returned to her home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. I'ercy Beard. Russell Compton hurt his eye lat Tuesday at the HardlusburK mill. It is hoped that it is not serious- M. I). Heard has returned from Chi cago where he went to purchase his spring hloeU of goods. Miss Ada Mattingly has returned to her r.omc in Fort Thomas after a visit to relatives here and at Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gardner are re- nt.nrtn.w fmm fin filtarlf at the iHn. IIVUI . " - " O'-l - Mrs. C. L. Heard and son, Garland, evening, visited Mrs T. H. Henderson in Web I Mrs. Vic Pile was in HardinsDurg ster las-t week. Thursday afternoon. Murray Hrown is the guest of his W. C. Miller, of Hardinsburg, was the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown. I guest of Miss Effie Hook Sunday. Dr. John K. Kincheloe's horse fell I Mr. Talkington, of Leitchiield, yas Mrs Lum Eskridge is on the sick list. Mrs. Roscoe Davis was the guest of her brother, S. H. Davis, and htr daughter, Miss Lottye, who is ill, last week. Miss Maud Smith and Willie Basham closed their school here Friday with an interesting program and a nice treat. Rev. Robt. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume Sunday. Miss Harned was the guest of Mrs. II. B. Moorman Saturday. M. B. Tucker, of McCoy, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. M. Tucker, Saturday night. Misses Mary and Carlotta McCoy and Docie Haynes visited Miss Neva Milner last Thursday. Several from here attended the mln strel at Hardinsburg Friday night. J. P. Milner, Jr., of Madrid, was the guest of his uncle, P. D. Milner, Satur day night. Miss Lottie Davis, who is ill, is some better at this writing. Mrs. Missouri Watts is very low with pneumonia. Floyd Quiggins called on Miss Vinnie Glasscock at Hardinsburg Thursday with lilin lust Friday night. It shook him up considerably, but he is still able to ride to see his many p.itients. A postal card will brine our store dl the guest of S. II. Davis Saturday Percy Tucker and Hubert Mattingly were callers at West View Sunday. FIo)d Quiggins and Willie Basham rect to your d )or. See our pretty line called on Misses Gertrude and Josie of wallpaper and the new and novel Alexander Sunday afternoon, methods of the hanging by expert pa-1 per hangers. One of our represeuta-, ReneWS For Paper. lives win uiaKe naiuiuauuiK mi son Edward Gregory & Sons, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Leslie Walker ..nd ions are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Heeler, near Kirk Mrs. Bee'ler h is the grip. Rev. Odendahl, of Axlel, was a visi tor in town lad week. Miss Kitie Esuridge, who teaches music in Fordsville, spent Satutday aud Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Addie Eskridge. A number of Masons attended the funeral ot Mr. Ferd Owen at Glen Deau last Saturday. Judge J. K. Layman arrived from Dear Mr. Babbage: You will fiuil enclosed one dollar for renewal of my paper. We are having plenty of snow out here and cold weather. Best wishes to you and your family. T. L. Caley, Glenwood, la. IRV1NGT0N. Lincoln Day was observed by our citizens. ' J. W. Massey, of Louisville, was in town Saturday. Chris Aldrldge, of Mattoon, III., continues to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred I'.lizabethtowii Sunday night and was Sadenwater. ready for Circuit Court Monday Mr. and Mrs. J C Younger, of Mr. and Mr.. G. W. Evans moved Louisville, wore week end guests of Tuesday into part of Mrs. E. B Eng lish's house. Supt. Trent and Mrs. Trent occupy the other part. Mrs. Niuinle Hook and daughters, Misses liebs aud Allieue Hook, will move into the house they recently pur- Mrs. It. 15 McGJothlan Mrs, Johnnie Bircher, of Hartford, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrard Koote. Mrs. John Nevitt, of Basin Springs, was the dinner guest of Mrs. K. F. chased from Mr. anil Mrs. Evans this Alexander Thursday. week. j Miss Fidelia Galloway has returned Mrs. H. M. Beard will entertain the from Louisville. Sans Souci Club Friday afternoon. Miss Keba Uolln eoteitalucd Misses The minstrel was a success financially. Clu.ulie Francis Reeves, Louise Neth Sixty dollars were taken m at the door . urton and Ellen Carter it a slumber besides the tickets that were sold before . party Friday evening. hands. Sam Bassett, of Union Star, was in town Saturday. Rev. T. J. Wade aud Mrs Wade spent Sunday In Webster MUs Edna Wright, of West Point, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thos. Musiclman. Mlis Uuth Marshall entertained a number of young friends Friday even. Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and son, of Guston, were week-end guests IIARNBD. Misses Niiunle Board nnd Nell Cash man were the guests of Robt. Weath erford and family Saturday and Suu day. Rev. Kobt. Johnson filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church here Sunday. a fife Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. lNCOIU'OIlATED Hardinsburg, Kentucky bold About yU.UUU founds ot lobacco Friday, February 11th The Market was highly satisfactory and conceded by many to be one of the very best sales of the season. All types sold for full values, everybody pleased and no rejections. Clint Norton topped the sale with a basket of good, one-sucker at $13.80. Most all the trash sold for $3.00 and up. It is evident to the management that the supply of tobacco in the county is about exhaust ed. Our running expenses are enormous. We have established this 'market for the betterment of conditions relative to our tobacco growers. We thank each and every patron for his support, and we wish to impress those who have been our staunch friends to feel that we know them and appreciate their efforts in the support of our market. Our sales have been a success. We are here to stay; and our facilities will be increased next season to accommo date our growing trade. We want you to come to our next sale. FRIDAY, FEB. 18th (In that rlnv vvf will nnnnnnrp vvhpthpp nr tint nut spncnn'c cafoe rt rr nft- Gratefully Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware House Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith. Milton Greene and Arthur Urano were In Louisville last week. Mrs. Nora Board spent Thursday withMrs. T. U. Henderson at Vebster. Mr. and Mrs Carl Vickers enter tained a few friends Thursday evening We will have a special paper hanger In Irvington this season. Write us how many rooms you have and grades of paper wanted. Edward Gregory & Sons, Cloverport, Ky, Virgil Hrlte went to Lewisport Sat urday to take first decree In Masonry. Conductor A. T. Adklns and Mrs. Adltlns will leave Friday for St. Louis to meet Mrs. J. It. Beaman, Dallas, Tex., who will return home with them. Km est Henderson lost a valuable horse Saturday. It was suffering with rabies. Rev. W. W. Woodward, of Louisville, was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Ashcraft Sunday. Mrs. C. J. Carnegie delightfully en tertained the Presbyterian .Ylsslonary Society Thursday afternoon. A very Interesting program was carried out. Beautiful selection of muiic was furn ished by the Vlctrola. A delicious salad course was served. Mrs. G, T. Marshall fell Saturday evening and dislocated her hip joint. Dr. E. A. Lex, Hardinsburg, was in town Friday making professional calls. , Protracted meeting win begin at the Methodist church next Sunday, DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ft'S:1;,. Alwuys In ofllce during .ctllcu lioim; Irvlngton, Ky. From Brooklyn, N. Y. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed please find money order for two dollars to. pay up my subsciiption and continue for another year. Wishing you and vour paper success, Mrs. C. M, Beardsley, Brooklyn, N. Y. Renewal. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find twenty-five cents to renew my subscrip tion to the Breckenridge News. Please change the figures' and oblige. Syrena Jarrett, Stephensport, Ky.