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DECEMBER 24. 1919
THE BRBCKENRIDGB NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE THE TWO-IN-ONE PLANT QIVE8 you light anywhere It la needed at any time; In house, yard, bam and other building. RUNS washing machine, sew Ing machine, churn, cream sepa rator, vacuum cleaner, ate. SUPPLIES mechanical power for pumping water, sawing wood, cleaning seed, grinding food, ate. COSTS so l.ttle to operate It will quickly pay for Itself In tint and labor aavod. Write Drracr to ELFXTRICAL EQb PdENT'CO. $14 $ Secaasi M. LOUISVILLE. IX. W, an tmUrnmUBt 0st to JOHN WRITE k CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. (Liberal aaaiitnilt and fall valaw paid FURS M Saw OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science eays that old ase beaina with weakened kldneya and digestive organs. This being true. It la easy to believe that by keeping the kldneya and di gestive organs cleansed and In. proper working order old age can be deferred and Ufa prolonged far beyond that en joyed by the average peraon. For over 200 years OOL.D MEDAL. Haarlem on has been relieving the weaknessea and disability dne to ad vancing years. It Is a standard old time horn remedy and needa no Intro duction. GOLD MBDAL Haarlem Oil la Inclosed in odorless, taateleas capsu'es containing aJoout 5 rtro-n each. Take thorn as you would a pill, with a amxll R. J. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY asa Bswajsasaa - -wasianB Mm, SaaBSBaSBBaSK- lllllllll asMBBB I I . J tlBSBBBU 1 1 BltBWMBBgeaYaBBBJBnOaBBBWirn SHI I USBBBBBsUTSBTnall ItSBSIM l V 1 'Wf&" 1 iWiu,,M" .,lilIIIIIP,,H BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY SERVICE CONTENTMENT EDWARD BOWNE, PfuM t PEPTO-MANGAN FOR PALE SCHOOL CHILDREN Pepto-Mangan Gives the Help the Body Needs to Make Rich, Red Blood. Name "GudeV on Every Pkg. Sold by Druggists in Both Li quid and Tablet Form Medi cinal Virtues are the Same. The lessons are hard' and the child ren are growing Watch their health and if they become pale and listless and don't want to work or play, con- It ' r-wrl n SB r saas- IB n at nmm i um suspect any serious ailment The .nlenrlirl tnnir Peoto-Mann if n-iv-! en daily for a few weeks, will in most cases restore the strength and start the young folks on the road to good health again. Youth responds quickly. You can buy Pepto-Mangan in tablet or liquid form of your druggist and can always e sure of the genuine by looking for the name "Gude's" on the package. Without the name "Gude's" it is not Pepto-Mangan. It is a fine tonic and blood-maker for the whole family. Physicians everywhere have used it for nearly thirty years. Ad vertisement. ' . r I A person can live weeks without food, days without water, but only a few minutes without air, says the United States Public Health Service. Persons who pay but little attention to the purity of the air they breath are not careful as to drinking water I and food. Become a fresh air crank. ' Raise the office windows. awallow of water. The oil atimulatee the kidney action and enables the organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature pld age. New life and atrength increase aa you continue the treatment. Whan completely restored continue taking a capmile or two eac.l day. GOLD mHiAL, Haarlem Ol! Cap aulea will keep you In I ealth and vigor and prevent a return of the dlaesme. Do not wait until old or dUunae have settled down for good. Oo to your drugxlfit and gut a box of GOLD MEDAL, Hor1em Oil Capiules. Money refunded if 'hey do not help you. TUree sixes. Hti rr member to ask for the o.rlrnl ln.po.t-1 (ni,r MEDAL brand, lii asatsrl pM.'kaarea. - mats mv i. i For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new liaten on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled into a cigarette it beats the band! Get the slant that R A is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped -on once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokes yetem I You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! t J Lm. lUv east Urns. Wmm mmmnj mnJ kalf-pumnd tin W stars nW tkmt iav, giea awat Urn lllam Reynolds Tobacco Company, TO LOAN MUIT PAY FOR PAPER II RULING OP THE COURT During the last term of the Circuit Court at Atchison county. Mo., the case of H F Staple vs. Charles Traub was tried. The suit wss brought on s long standing account, and among other items was sixteen years' sub scription for the Atchison County Mail. Mr. Traub refused to pay for the Mail, claming he did not take the paper, and that he had refused to take the paper from the post office and mail box a number of limes The plaintiff proved by postmasters and others that Mr Traub did take the paper during all the sixteen years. In the case it was shown that, according to law, even if a subscriber does oc cassional order a newspaper discon tinued or refuse to accept it, he can not get out of paying for what he owes the paper, and the subscriber must pay the arrearage before stop ping the paper. The jury in this case was out only J'",0" t,me and brouh.t "? verd'ct fe,T. ,he "tire account, including the ttihairinlinn t-.r lh U41 nvln.n years at $1.50 a year, or $34. The costs in the justice court and the Cir cuit Court amounted to about $100, besides the attorney's fees. A similar case has been decided by the Court of Appeals, and it was held in that case that any one taking a newspaper must pay for it as long as he takes it from the post office. Ex change. HONOR THE HEROIC HORSES. We must not forget the part the horse played in the great war, says the New York Herald To the horses in the world conflict, living and dead, is due unstinted praise. To them the victorious nations should erect a mon ument of unexampled beauty as a memorial of the sacrifices and suffer ings of those who could only express t! eir loyalty and devotion to duty by dumb obedience. The hero horses of the great war gave their lives for our service. They r eed shot and shell and "in the shock of battle fell" All honor to their me mory! Dumb Animal Magazine. COMMERCIAL ALCOHOL EXTRACTED PROM COKE. Middlesborough, England, Dec. 10. It is annosinced here that a local engineer has succeeded in extracting commercial alcohol and its derivaties is applied to all the coal carbonized from coke. It is claimed that if the process, which requires the use of gas in Great Britain an estimated yield of 50,000,000 gallons of motor spirits will be obtained annually, revolutionizing the supply and cost of liquid fuel. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS V eUSttf rjLAY the smokegame with a jimmy 1 pipe if you're hankering for a hand out for what ails your smokeap petite! crystal tlmm a wider with M swan pmrtm Winston-Salem, N. C S PER CENT THOROUGHBREDS PROVE STRONGER GREAT WAR TAUGHT IMPORT ANCE OF BREEDING OF HORSES. RACING ENCO JRA3E3 ABROAD Nations Who Bore Brunt of Conflict Maintained the Sport aa Much aa Possible as Matter of Sound Policy In its Relation to National Defense At no tlm In the? fgasjM of. the Inat five .venrs, not even while the great wnr was at Us htdght. did the Ceil Iral Kmptre atop th racing of thor oughbred horea. The great tracks at Hamburg, Budn Pest, Vienna and Her lln were the scene of hrllll.-tnt gather Inga, even when the fli-aud Duke Nlch- olns was Ihrentening Enst Prussia wlih Invasion mid I?nillof was on the edge of the plains of llunrnry with his wild Cossack riders. At no time dur ing the course of the great war were American and Knell Mi trainers nnd Jockeys, who had hen caught by MM declaration of war In iJermnn.v and Austria-Hungary and were unable to obtain passports. Interned. They were permitted Vy governments their gov ernments were seeking to destroy fr pursue their nccustonied -illin;;s un molested and unrestrained. To a certain extent racing was cur tailed In Great Britain during the first two years of the great war. The use of the famous Kpyom Downs course ns n renting place for convalescing sol dlers necessitated the running of the famous British Derby at Newmarket n 1014, 1915. HMO, l17 and 1018. The preoccupation of the sportsmen of Oreat Britain in the business of war caused them, to s ivrtnln extent, to nejrlect the thoroughbred s-iles of IBIS. 1910 and 1017, and" Americans were enabled to slip In and buy up a lot of first-class stnlllons and ninres with which to enrich fie American thor oughbred Industry France Alone Stops Racing. Of the grtnt nations participating In the Ki-eat war, France alone felt the necessity of stopping horse racing. Thi-eatened with utter destruction in a flood of Teutonic barbarism, Franco had to send to the tlghtlm: lines on ihi Murne, the Somtne, the Aisne about Verdun, in the Vosjres, every nal, Frenchman capable of bearing arms. Bnck of the MKOtlMg lines she had to MoblUas the elderly men with the women and children for the Imperative work of making munitions. Upon France alone fell the burden of rmlst ring the German tide for upward of two ears. Throughout the course of the war speed tests were held at the great French tracks, but not as public spec tacles. But there wm no letting down of the hors as regards the exportation from France of thoroughbred blood any time during the war. Asa special consideration citizens of tl United States, a country from which the French, from the very beginning of fp: war, were drawing enormous quanti ties of military maletlal, who had thor oughbred studs In France, such men as .lohn Satiford, of Amsterdam, Major August Belmont. Joseph E. Wldener and Thomas P. Thorne, were permit ted, when transportation was availa ble, to ship to the United States a lim ited number of thoroughbred yearlings So matured thoroughbred stallions or males were allowed to leave the coun try, w hether their owners were French men or outlanilers. With the signing of the armistice France und England resumed racing with characteristic enthusiasm. The attendance at the nice tracks about Paris has been greater this season than In any for the period of half a dozen years preced'ng the outbreak of the great war. The crowds that wit nessed the running of the Derby, the Oaks, the Ascot Gold Oup, the Lger, etc., lu Great Britain, rere greater by the thousands than the greatest of ante-bellum race truck gatherings. Sport Encouraged In Europe. In France and Great Britain the pat ronage ol horse racing, by the public, has the highest government encourage ment now as the support of racing had In Germany and Austria-Hungary even through the dark months when human beings were finding It difficult to ob tain nourishing food. France and Eng land recognise today aa Germany aud Austria-Hungary have for many days the IndispeuaiblUty of thoroughbred blood to national defense ind neces sity of thoroughbred horse racing for the maintenance at Ita highest efficien cy of thoroughbred blued. PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS PAUL LKWIS. Cashier Owensboro The Wagon Farmers Call for Today We have them in the wide track, in the sizes which farmers require for farm use. 2l2 in., in., and 4 3 in. We can furnish other sizes. Send us your order at once while we can give you prompt shipments. Act now do not delay. Write us if you are think ing of buying a wagon and we will write you promptly and give you price, freight paid to your railroad station. It is no bother to us, we will be glad to hear from you whether you buy or not. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Manager FOROSVIUE, KENTUCKY For upward of seventy years previ ous to the beglunlng of the great war the mllltnry governments of continent al Europe hr.d been maintaining thor oughbred studs for the production of military horses, an earlier century of experimentation having demonstrated to the satisfaction of experts that It was the horse that boasted of tbe greatest proportion of thoroughbred hlood that showed the highest efficien cy in military service, whether as a trooper's mount, an artillery horse or a part of the transport service. The great war had not progressed two years before British and French spe cialists discovered that the life of the pure thoroughbred under the gruelllus, conditions of war. Independently of casualties, was twentj-flve days, while that of tl e three-quarter bred was 10 to 22, of the half bred 17, of the trot ter 14 and of the lesser breeds of horses of no particular breed I to 7. English Learn Their Lesson. Previous to the war of the nations the British MOveniSMBt hnd left the production of horses for the army to private enterprise. The British had merely muddled nlnpg. as Is their habit in most things. The difficulty the war olrtoo experienced In equipping with suitable horses the ca.-alry. transport and artillery services of the tremend ous armies that were being assembled In France in 1!'1(; and l'.llT, under Haig, con v' need the rulers of the British Em pire that Ihe old haphazard scheme would not answer in future. The Brit ish Parliament was therefore con- srralped to accept the 1!H7 Major Hall Walker's generous offer of his entire throiudibred stud as the nucleus of i great Imperial Military Horse Breed ing establishment and to employ Lord l.ou,S'lule to manage and race the pro duce of that establishment on the tracks of Great Britain for purposes of elimination n the Imperial German govei timeiit had employed various scions of 0 annas roalty to race tip produce of I lie national studs of (ir-ul-It and Tulsa laSW for thirty-five or forty years before the outbreak of the great war. The munificence of Major Walker's gift to his country will be understood when It Is realized that his stud hnd been taxed on a valuation of upward of s: inn i.i nm i Now fiat the war Is over Parliament Is beginning to appro priate vast sums annually for the maintenance of tills Imperial horse In e.iiiii; establishment after the man ner such establishments hnd been maintained in France, Germany, A us tritt-! Jungury and Ituly for half a cen tury before the German Invasion of Belgium. To promote tbe quick pro duction of quantities of horses of thor oughbred, three-qiiarterhred and hulf bred types, this establishment la pre paring to give direct support to ttei fHuiMillan National Bureau of Breeding, which was established some seven or eight years prior to 1U14, aud which supplied the Oauadjan and British forces with thousands of splendid half breds, and to create auhsldlary brancbr es In Australia, New Zealauu, aouui Africa aud India. -.Vuvt, Itr.poaatble. Hub "I don't believe u parading, uiy virtues." Wife "Ton couldn't anyway. It takes quite a u umber tt FINANCIAL COMMANDMENTS Ten financial commandments as re commended by Walter W. Head, ol Omaha, vice president of the national banks' section of the American Bank ers' Association, are: 1. Make a budget. 2. Keep an intelligent record of ex penditures. 3. Have a bank account. 4. Carry life insurance. 5. Make a will. 6. Own your own home eventually. 7. Pay your bills promptly. 8. Invest in War Savings stamps and other Government securities. t). Spend less than you earn. 10. Share with others. Thrift with out benevolence is a doubtful blessing. DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland Chin Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp shire Sheep. Have won 1UO0 Ribboni at Slate Fai-a im Past Five Yeara Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propietora Hsrdinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle THE HOWARD FARMS J. M HOWARD ft SON, Prop. Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Rosa Saltan, on of White-hall Sultan, head the bet Duroc Hogs, Spragua Defender heads tbe herd. Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn. Heifer (Senior yearling class) luler-Na-tional Chicago, 1U1U. Glen Dean, Ky. Hsrdinsburg, Ky. Dealers in LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO C V. Robertson Hsrdinsburg, Ky. Dealer ia High-Class Morses, Mules, Fins Sad dle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables, PARK PLACE O. N. Lyddaa FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON, Owns Farmer, Feeder and Dealer ia All Kinds of Live Stock. Webster, i s pausds." Most oa Transcript.