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The Breckenridge news: July 15, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914071501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 15, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $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 BRE0KENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S fwVvru FIT TO PRINT. 8 vvviv CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914. Pages No. 2 EX-GO- V. C. W. J.Candidate for BECKHAM, Senator, Democratic U. S. p. will speak in Hardinsburg Saturday, July 18, 1914, at one o'clock Cloverport at 7:30 p. m. m.; Irvington at 4:30 p. m., and Come Out and Heap the Great Commoner! Kg. hILUKlU DUAKU, WIFE OF JUBAL BOARD. GAME WARDEN And Deputies, of This MARION WEATHERHOLT J. W. KAY. City, Caught All Creek ic Seven Men Seining Clover Died In Evansville July 9 At Appear in Court Monday. The Age Of 71 YearsBeen in lurn wppks miiht ves nn turning To Old Six Children. EIGHTY-FIVE Home-Lea- YEARS OLD Mrs. Mildred Board, wife of Jubal AJuly i of nine days. years, twu muuiiia ou tvn days. Mrs. Board was Miss Mll- dred Bramlett, was born way 3, ioii. father and mother were born In irginia ana tuamea mere, coming iu entiirkv as nrirte ana trroom. seiuinir ar Custer. There was a large family children, Mrs. Board being the 10, nv after an Illness eigii&y-iiv- e n J in 946. Mr. no.ird was also born In Vlr ginia, having como West vhea a yountf man. To this union was born twelve children, six of whom yet survive. Mr. i i a. UUIIljaat uUU kllC ouiw- - wjw ann ra iinnrn whth iiiii- - 111 liiu i.it On River For 57 Years. M. Weatherholt, Game Warden in this district, made 11 raid on a lot of follows who wore out Saturday night having a line timo seining Captain O. Kay died at his home In J. Clover Creek, near the mouth of Tur Fork Creek. Mr. Weatherholt Kvausvillc, Thursday, July at the age 9, got wind of the- party and their whereabouts, and he at once pro- of seventy-on- e years, ten months ami ceeded to take the violators of the Fish and Game law in. He and y days. The funeral was held his deputies, Jim Bishop, Ed Morris and Charlie Clark, proceeded up afternoon from the home of his sisthe creek about 11 o'clock Saturday night and had no trouble in find- ter Mrs. Gccr, of this city, and the reing their men. They surrounded the whole party and commanded mains were laid to rest in the Cloverport them to como ashore with their sein, which was destroyed, and sur- Cemetery at his request. Captain Kay was born in Boone Co., August 1842 and rendered. in 1872 he was married to Miss Klizabeth It was quito a surprise to them and the' made no effort to escape. Catharine Sears. He has been on the The party was made up as follows: Everett Frank, Eh Jackson, I. river since he was 14 years old, and a V. Jackson, S. li. Keenan, Charlie Board (colored), Joe Burdettand captain for many years, he was a man of Luther Pate. Mr. Weatherholt roleased them on parole for their a quiet and unpretentious nature, a dea loving father. Mr. husband appearance in court Monday. The whole pat ty appeared for trial. votedwas a man and of good moral habits and Kay Joo Burdett pled guilty and the remainder will have a hearing before absolutely trustworthy as a steam boat Judge Dowoll at Hardinsburg. When informed by Ins sou captain. Mr. Weatherholt said the creek banks were lined with small fish that the end was drawing near, he ex pressed himself as being prepared to go thrown out of the sein and left to die on the banks. and requested that his body be brought to Cloverport and laid to rest near the I'ri-dan. ROYAL c4bsoutej? Pure Home-Bakin- H Makes g Successful and Easy H BECKHAM OF KENTUCKY Ily C. I. CONNOLLY couples who celebrated their "Golden Wedding" anniversary about three ears before his death. Mrs. Board her death, having joined the M. E. fit to take her, and told friends at Lodiburg, where she had jlspejft the winter, before going to the ':old.ome for a visit, slie was "going '' home to die." She lived only two I weeks after returning to the old home, r We rpnlize that ireat is the less In $ such a one, but our loss is her gain, and renlize the reality of the words, ..n nr.. enmo .una 't.i-r- Tail:I - rn n mnsr - n. JT. tUW l.4M !,..- t . ; J . .. il -uaift auu rirB1.ll ' isw r IWUIIIU ua)3 lllu?b The surviving children areJ C. Boaru and Mrs. J. W Parr, of Breckinridge ( the Lord saw . 1 . -- 1- 11 and Otho Board, of Hardin coun-IrtArthur Cnndmnn. n( Durant. tUKia,; uesiues a nuuioer 01 grunucuuu- . ii.mj auu umv ran ana of friends and relatives. 1 if 2 ATri 1 . Miscellaneous Shower. Miss Burn and Miss Edith Burn have issued invitations for a miscellaneous .U 1.. Mi..An an K nr. nf Til I eQ Kva Bell Plank at their home Thursday fifUrnoon, July 16, from S:$0 to 5:30. Ick In Their New Church After being out i- Home of their church itnU." The interior of the building wesentt an artistic appearance. Sun- .Jav school at 9:30. The SuDerintend- nt tavt he will be so clad to get back "MHic mat lie may anuu. ucav uuu- y morning. B. Y. P. U. at 6:43, the AmmUffti on 'T?Anntr nr1 hrA npvf ftnnrlav. The rmhlie It Umtaa to come ana worsaip wun latin ana see ine spienaiu results pro duced under tne supervision or me - The followlnK article by C. P. Connolly appeard In last week's issue of Harper's Weekly, n national puhliea tion, edited by Not nun Hapnood, which has been supporting the administration and currency and trust program of I'resldent Woodrow Wilson. It will be of interest to the triend of former Gov. Beckham: The candidate most likely to succeed Bradley as the choire Hawkins-BruingtoOuting At Tar Springs. survived by the late Seuator grave of his mother. He is of the Democrats at the primaries to be three children. Mrs. Henry I.ovejoy, I,d- - held August Ul, is J. C. W. Beckham. ward Kay, and Mrs. Kdward llritzius, Mayor Hamman ana Mrs. Hamman Beckham was the choice of the DemoMr- Walter Hawkins of this city and -gave a delightful outing at Tar Springs Miss Mary llruington near McQuady ami also five grandchildren. cratic party six years ago, when a l)em ocratic Legislature eltcted the late Thursday. Those who went were: The went to Canr.eltou, whore they secured William O'Connelt Bradley, a RepubliCard Of Thanks. were married Wednesday. Rev. Mr. Cottrell and Mrs. Cottrell, license and can. There was a majority of eight Mrs. Larkln Gibson, Mrs. J. M. Fitch, Several from here accompanied them Democrats in the Legislature, but the Mrs. Emery, Misses Louise MeCrack-en- , to Cannelton. They will make their We desire to thank our many friends Whisky King controlled enough of these May D. Hill, Ressle He'ndrlck, home In I.vansvlllc, where he has a and neighbors for their kindness and was Mary Chrlstcna Hamman, Charlie Lee position Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins have sympathy during the illness and death to defeat Bsckham, and Bradley Mildred elected. Hamman, Dorothy Cottrell and Vir- a number of friends who wish them a of our beloved mother, Mrs. Kentucky Is replete with romance long and happy married life. ginia Cottrell. Board Her children and tragedy, political and other. If there is anything native about literaion ture, it may account for the profes sional success of James Lane Allen and John 1'ojc, Jr., who have both largely : drawn on Kentucky for their material. adventure there was In business M. B. Kincheloe,' Ast. Cushier. Paul Compton, Cashier. B. F'. Beard, President James B. Haggin, the mining magnate, who, petved because of his failure of election to rme petty office when a Dr. A. SL Kincheloe, G. V. Hobcrtson, B. F. Beard, young man, emigrated to California, became fahulously rich, and returning Paul Compton. D. S. Uiehatdson, ill his old uge to his old home at Lex ington, established a great stock farm which is one of the show places of Ken OF FINANCIAL CONDITION CONDENSED tuckv. At i'rankfort, tnirty miles from OF Lexington, Ilonry Clay appeared as the attorney for Aarou Burr in his first trial for treason, much to Clay's subsequent chagrin. Here, too, at Lebanon, lived Proctor Knott, one time Governor of Kentucky, who delivered in Congress his famous parody on Duluth. Mounhave had their Made to Banking Commissioner of Kentucky at the Close of Business, June 20th, 1914. taineers and valley-mefeuds and wars, but at the bottom there was usually some elemental instinct of justice. At Frankfort, the Capital, in 1000, William Goebel was shot from ....$ ambush as he was about to be declared the duly elected Governor of the State. Out of this last drama issued the career of J. C. W. Beckham, a mere stripling Fatal Accident. While Wm. T. McCoy, of this city, was attempting to drive his Overland across the electric railway tracks at Alvarado Court about 7 o'clock last Thursday evening, he was struck by a car in charge of Motoiman Fleming McCloud, and Conductor running north. He was promptly picked up by those present, plactd in an auto and conveved to McNabb Hospital, but died just us the auto reached the hospital entrance. When the big auto was struck, and which evidently 'died' as it reached the crossing, it was shoved bodily on the trucks one hundred teet a seething mass of llames. Not a vestige of the automobile tscaped except the iron holdings and the right rear wheel. The funeral services were held in San Diego at 2:15 Saturday ufteruoon and were attended by a large number of our citizens. Revs. Rice and Toomay conducted the services. Sptc. ial music was rendered by members ot our church choirs and there were many beautiful flowers. William Thomas McCoy was born In Irvington, Ky,,on November I5, 180S; was married November 7, I894, to Miss Mary Norton at Garfield, Ky. To this union was born three children, Lela, Louie and Georgia. He is survivod by two brothers and one sister( G. T. McCoy, of Louisville, Ky.; W. I McCoy, of Calexico, Cal., and .Mary G. Bell, of Irvington, Ky. Moved to Bonita seven OFFICERS DIRECTORS: REPORT The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., HARDINSBURG. KY. n years ago. fifteen months later the family settled in Chula Vista. In his death his children have lost a good father and companion, his wife a de voted husband and the city of Chula vista mourns a worthy citizen. The family has the deep sympathy of a wide circle of friends. Chula Vista Hevlevv, Resources Liabilities Better Roads In Hancock. F. W. Friol. County Koad Su porvisor of Hancock county was lioro Monday, Ho reports the McGuvock raid from tho county lino in a very bad condition and needs working badly. Mr. Friel suys the roads in his county are now in a butter condition than they have been in the history of the county. It is due, he sys, to systematic working and doing the work in tho early spring and sum mor. Mr. Friol ought to bo neighborly and come over ucross the lino and help our supervisor out of his troubles. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that the firm of Gregory and Company, composed ot James M. Lewis and the late Mr. Elbft G. Gregory, is dissolved, and that Ja M. Lewis is now ttie sole owner. Jos. M. Lewis. U. N. Hudson, As Executor of.Eliza G. Gr Tmnrnvp- 50,000.00 Loans and Discounts $382,878.14 Capital Stock, Paid in 5,000.00 Surplus Bonds and Stocks 28,000.00 1,748.10 Overdrafts 7,138.34 18,470.02 Undivided Profits Cash on hand .. 45,104.96 6 per cent Cash in Other Banks Dividend No 48, due Banking House and lot stockholders July 1, Charged off ,.. .: 3,000.00 1914 Furniture and Fixtures 367,029.85 semi-annu- al Charged off Deposits . - 1 1 I... nHnan Wn 1 UDur Unapin mauer. WMWifc. w WU , mil UU ! uru. T T rt .1 n evening service and Bro. W. V. the .. riciviu ... fc Other real Estate, (Farm ... Lands) Other Assets not mentioned above 1,799.27 167.70 $455,1(58.19 . 1 uapk. .Thp nastor hones to be from the meeting wun tne ang- h In tlrnn tn (111 the Dlllolt on At Atlantic City. Henry niMn Moorman Is enjoylncr a v&ca- J everal weeks in the East. In nmnnwenlth's Attorney ittad. Etown News. Total Total. Y, $455,168.19 at the time just past the age of eligibility for the Governorship. The assassination of Goebel was the climax of a great political contest. Not in modern American history anywhere was there a more heroic or tragic struggle. ,That it left its sting is evidenced by the fact that it is difficult to wean a Kentucklan from his disrelish of the subject. Everyone will remember how Goebel fought so valiently against the polltl cally entrenched Louisville & Nashville railroad of how he was sworn in as Governor on his death bed, and died with words of pardon for his enemies on his lips. IESTECTFULL PAUL COMPTON, CASHIER. Your Checking and Savings Accounts Respectfully Solicited. TOTAL ASSETS, INCLUDING TRUSTS, OVER $600,000.00. Io11.ioT-'"TIgor Goebel, who was the pioneer pro gressive of the South he was the pioneer of railroad rate regulation In the country was the most maligned and misunderstood character In Amerl can history He foilghf his way bitterly through prejudices strong enough to deter most men, and waged war against Continued on pane t Mm THE BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR AT HARDINSBURG AUGUST 18, 19, 20, 1914 Is a Sure Go Notwithstanding the Unfavorable Prospects! The Directors met last Monday and Their Unanimous Approval was Given So We Want Everybody Now to Give the Fair a Boost and we will Have the Best Fair Ever Held Write for a Catalog and Get Busy C. V. ROBERTSON, President Beckham of Kentucky. ( J. wet or dry. E. DILLON, Secretary I 'onttnu'il fnini naff olri m istocrai v of Kentucky and the Louisville & Nashville railroad ring at the same time. It was left to Beckham, as tile IOC cesser ol (ioebel, to smooth out tile He folwrinkled front of this issuelowed the even tenor of Ids way, neither compromising nor bullying, but doing all things with an even tempered justice which wouthe peopled Kentucky, and reconciled the enemies of (ioebel the Beckham comes of gentle stock. His mother hats occupied the Executive Mansion at Frankfort both as daughter and mol her of a Governor. An uncle, Yulee, of Florida, entered Beckham iu the Central V tti vanity at Ky, but .Senator Yulee Richmond, ouug Heck-hashortly afteiw.irds dving, then seventeen, was compelled to leave college 10 look after the farm of Meanwhile he his widowed mother taught school. Backhaul did not falter in the policies for which (ioebel was assassinated-Hgot through the law advocated by (ioebel, allowing the State Railroad Under Commission to regulate rates his administration Kentucky's new Capitol wis built. He showed courage in this Others had recommended a new Capitol, but no Governor tared to put the power of his administration behind it, because Louisville, on the one side and Lexington, on the other, both coveted the honoi of the Capitol. He collected from the Federal Gov eminent M aid war debt of 11,300,000, He secured legislation lixiug a maxiHe esmum pine lor school boo! tablished two uoi.na) schools, and he lengthened the sciiool term in the country disliicts (ram 6 VI to six e months. Hut it was iu a bitter struggle for the supremacy of the law that lieckhum run agaiust Judge lien Lindsey's "Ueasl. " IK' Ixdieves that the law . wiili the growth oi i.ouid l Miu sentiment, and liiut wlieu en-t- . tad It bbou d be eolorced. ipogr&pbicull) the most The Si.ui., I. autifui siciioa ol the country, has wnich .i.i, its lit a d it. hu it has cuius without sentimental appeal, and Willi hemic soul, Its people are grappling with everything that stands in the present wav ol its welfare Oue of these evils is the liquor traffic, which has been peculiarly wretched aud sinister iu its ettecls ou the Sou'h. If you travel through certain portions ol the South, you will tarely pick up a local p.iper which does not descant 00 tragtd that can be traced, or remotely, to strong drink. So the auti Ik) OCT crusade is sweeping over the South Vet it was not iu any spiiit of crusa ling that Beckham locked Horns witu the li'juor interests of Kentucky, It was rather the thing that fell in his way as a public duty. The Constitution of Kentucky, adopted some twenty five years ago, contained a provision that required the Legislature to enact a law giving each county ol the State the right to vote itseit "wet" or "dry.'' This constitutional provision, like the one that prohibits railroad passes, was honored iu the breach. Indeed, Kentucky Legislatures have been prone, in matters of reform, to adopt the policy of the Vermont Fathers, who resolved "that the laws of God and Connecticut be adopt ed until we have time to frame better. Beckham obeyed the Constitution and recommended the enactment of a law iu conformity with it; but tne liquor i: terests succeeded in having exempted the larger cities. Then there was a Sunday closing law on thestatute books, which was opeuly violated in the cities, notably Louisville. Beckham was appealed to but he had no power to retnue derelict city othcial-- . and could make only a moral appeal to the Mayor of Louis- ville to enforce the law, which was sue- cessful. It so happened that shortly after this the Kentucky Court of Appeals decided that the election of all of Louisville's official! had been proi ured by fraud. The offices were by the court declared vacant, and the Governor was empowered to fill them by appointment. I'.eckham went over the he.'ds of the party machine and appointed a Mayor with the understanding that the Sunday closiug law would be euforced. It eai i aioraed and is enforced today. The "lectilier " of Kentucky make a product that is sold as whisky, but which is made tin of various occult ingredients. They were doing an immense business in Kentucky, and paying very little in taxes. li.ckhuni secured a law that taxed these 'rectifiers' a cent aud a quarter a gallon on their product. Also, he secured the passage of a law prohibiting the shipping of liquor into "dry" territorj ; but the Court of the United States held that this was unconstitutional, so In as it effected interstate sniimieuls. The Louisville man, therefore, could take his whisky across the river to Jetln sonville, Indiana, and Irom there ship MOM it to any point in Kentucky, tucky, the whisky ring of that State haa exercised more political power of late years in the State than all other corporations put together; and it is far more viclent and autocratic. If he sh uld go to the Senate, he will add to the dignity and the worth of that body. He is oue whom the country at large will welcome to the coun cils of the nation. Nc man in Kentucky is hardy enough to question his integrity. The charge has been made that, since his return to the practice of law, his law firm has acted as local attorneys for the Louisville & Nashville railroad. Whoever his client, he is of that type of lawyer whose convictions are not for sale with his services. His popularity is based largely upon his integrity, and he is the most popular man in The Webb law, later passed bv Congress, is intended to remove these illicit accommodation and stop the traffic Beckham hardly had time to formu late his policies, after Goebel's death, When he was obliged to stand for another election. The politicians were against him, but the people were with him, ami he leceived the votes of "fill out ol the BOO delegates. It was in the palmy days of Mark Hanua, and that astute leader, under whose auspices Kentucky had gone Republican in lx'Hi, believed Heckham The Republicans, could be beaten. therefore, put up their best man and their stoutest purse, but Beckham won by nearly 4UHI votes. Three years later there was no opposition to his nomination, and he carried the State by 17,000 of his second term Beckham, in 11106, beas Governor, came a candidate for the United States His candidacy uroused inSenate. tense feeling in the camp of the liquor interests. In the primary election for the Senatorship, in l'.Kil, with the combined opposition of the party machine aud the daily newspapers in Louisville, Lexington, Covington and Newport, the four largest cities in the State, Beckham carried ill counties out of 119 in the Stale, with the liquor interests furnishing a plethoric purse toward his defeat. Beaten at the polls, the liquor interests retreated to the Legislature, and tour Democratic legislators voted at the beck of the whisky ring for a Republican. By agreeing to abandon the temperance cause for which he had stood, Beckham could have won; but he refused to trade once more showing his courage and his devotion to principle. Iu my opinion, gained after a jour ney last summer through Kentucky, that saci dice ol Beckham for a princi-pl- i will make him the next United Mate.-- Senator from Kentucky as ..urely as it defeated him then. If there is anything in political justice, if there is any atonement for political wiongs, if a piople are not ungialeful or iuJifleitut Beckuam will be rewarded. Not that he looks for reward. "Victory is not aiwas the true test of an honest und iighteous cause," he said iu a public speech utter his defeat "in 100N; "sue-- i M may have its pleasures, but failure may nave its honor." And let me add that, whether you believe in prohibition, or in the enforcement of the law, or whether you side with the liquor interests in Ken iSStaEE it For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay Mc-Cormack or straw. P. M. BEARD, : plurality. Towards the end Hardinsburg, Ky. Severe Attack of Colic Cured. 15. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the first store he came to the mer chant recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two doses of it cured him. No oue should leave home on a journey with out a bottle of this preparation. For sale by all dealers. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off, STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. Frank Ferry, of Cloverport, visited her mother, Ufa. B. H. Miller, last Wednesday. The many friends of Mrs. K. M. Blaiue are sorry to learn of her Illness in Louisville. Mrs. Q . W. I'ayne visited her aged mother last Sunday at Wm. Dowell';. Mr. and Mrs. Sjhopp closed their home and li ft last Thursday Mrs. Anuie Burghi has returned to Louisville. Miss Miller, q West Virginia, is visiting Mrs. liugeue Morgan. Lionel Connor is at home for a few weeks. Henrietta Shively has turned from a visit to Oweusboro. Dr. aud Mrs. Shively entertained the young people Wednesday eveniug with vocal and instrumental music. The Rev. Hunt preached a fine Thuisday night at the Methodist church. G. W. Fayne has a new stock of beautiful shoes. Mrs. M. A. MeCubbins and daughter . . n Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, Stains and And they will cost you 25 less than othe,r high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK fnm. It gives prices nnd Other valuable information. Kentucky Paint Mf'g Company, S13 w. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. entertained at their home the following: Rev. Hunt, Coleuiau Haswell aud son, Godfrey Haswell, and daughter, aud Mrs. Lela MeCubbins and daughter. The gentlemen spent the week lishing. Mrs. Ruby Dowell is visiting her brother, Odis Dowell. Mrs. G), W. I'ayne has two boxes of BeautifulI artificial liowers for sale. and cheap. Mrs. Mack Snider died last Wednea day. She left a husband and several children. Mrs. Jimmle Stillwell haa the care of the little ones. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strrngtheoiaa toaat, GKOVK'B TASTK1.KSS chill TUNIC, drive eei Malaria. enrichea the blood .and build tees. A true teak. For adulu and chjMrea. M linlle Political Prophets. ra mnra nmiulnrr thnn ImnrAMlvA. i.t ICII f If i. i ; Messrs John Hall, Joe Burke, Wallace Lewis, Homer Morrison, Robert Aklns. Mrs Arnold and Mrs. Mo. 3 rlson chaperoned the crowd. The went out the pike about five miles, before returning home a delightful lunch was served. All report a good time Arnold SHERIFF SALE FOR TAXES. nuu uu villi sjn- ley could afford to return to his Con . gresslonol duties at Washington. However, It is a well known fact that ninety-five out of one hundred unbiased observers of Kentucky politics bciicvo that Mr. Hcckham will win the nomi nation by an almost unprecedented plurality. He is certain to carry nine districts, and it Would not be surprising to nee ten or all eleven of them In his column. However, the newspaper doposters and political soors who so confidently predict Mr. Stanley's nomination have a most unevlablc record in the mattor of political prophesy. They arc the elan who predicted that Addami would Best Diarrhoea Remedy. If you have ever used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you know that It Is a success. Sam F Gum, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had measles and got caught out in the rain, and It settled in my stomach and bow els. I had an awful time, and had it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era and Diarrhoea Kemedy I could not possibly have lived but a few hours lunger, but thanks to this remedy, I am now weil and strong." For sale by all dealers. IDEAL A - By virtue of taxes due the Common wealth of Kentucky, amounting to the sum set opposite the name of each person named below, I or one of my deputies will on Monday, July 27, iflll, between the hours of 10 o'clock A, M.aml 2 o'clock P.M. at the Court House door In Hardinsburg, Hreckenrldge County, Kentucky, expose to public s do to the highest bidder for cash in PICNIC -- 1 acres Pule, 2nd diitrict, $1M5 Madison county statesman Is in the Beauty of Oharactor and Domestic VirJ. Applcgate, '.'ad district, 85 acres Executive Chair despite their prophc of laud' 191.':, $6 fid. tues Demanded by All. sy. They arc the clan who said that John Fisher, colored, 2nd district, the county unit plank would not yet Inhouse and lot, 1SU3, 24 S3. Tile iiiullll-:i young timiitt should to the state platform, but It did as Mr. possess tti .be nil "Ideal wile'" linlr Nathan Mercer, colored, '2nd district. Beckham and Mr. Wattersoh can best been mimed by h Inri- number nf t house und lot, 1913, $'J.!4. testify. They are the clan who declared young mot, uf I'mimim. Oil., tis Hip re J. I'. Masou, 2nd district, 36 acres of that Schoberth would defoat Terrell suit uf till; !otcetilig nf tin "hit-il- l Inis bO. Ter-Tefor Speaker of the House, but Mr. bniid" by. tin yiiiiiK wimicti nf the land, 1913, ?4 . J. T. Matthews, 2nd diitrict, 261 acres wielded the travel They are the Kim ll.iptixt I'liiirth Tlii' pastor, V K Harper. 0rt n of laud, 1O13, $18.73. clan who said the county unit extension bill would not pass, but it is on the senium on tin-- "Ideal IiiisIimiiiI" from Clarence Ganaway, lith diitrict, 30 statute books today. They are the the standpoint of the young woman. acres of land, l9l;ii 5.83. To si'furi- his diitn lie distributed clan who "knew" that Ollio Jamc George Hints, (Itli district, 12o acres (jui'sllniis In ovpr n htiuilivd would defeat Governor McCreary for lifts nf fS.61. I'umiiici girl, und from llici' miiswim-- ii of land, Temporary Chairman of the Convenmo-.- t Interesting M'nmiii was dellv Jess Matthews, 6th district, 69 acres tion, but Governor McCreary presided cred. of laud, 1913, 5. just the same. They are the clan who There' enrue n demand for nnnthei I.ee Phelps, lith district, .'! acres of predicted that Huffaker would win sermon In which the vming men would 17.40. oyer Scott for President protcm of the have an opportunity to expresn the land, l9lMl-IM3,- f Senate, but Scott cot the most votes. qualifications which they considered Kmmett Pool, (Jth district, to acres of - If there is needed another proof land, 1012 I3, 9l)7. that the "Ideal wife" should possess Accordingly question were illsir.il Mr. Beckham is a sure winner In the Kliga Moorman, lith district. 1 lot, among more than n hundred uted .August primary It can lie abundantly young men. Practically all i cs ponded lflU-1- 2 111, $24 81. 'found in the prophetic records of the The yonm; men say that the "Ideal Wm. E. Clark, 6th district, 9O acres men who profess to believe that he young woman" must he healthy and of $24. 81, land, 'Will be defeated, Ellzabethtown strong, but not masculine. She Is ta!! T. C. Allen & Bro., 1st district, -i Jfcws, or medium as to height, erect of ear rlago and possessing the beauty of acres of land, 10l2 13, f2S.S3. Lou Aldridge, 0th district, 10" acres a character rather than of face. Never can tell when you'll mash Brunettes have the preference-- of land, 1912, $12 07. finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or though blonds and those of medium Lewis McClelland, 0th district 1 black scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely complexions lire not without admirers $11 25. on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your The athletic young woman hi pre- mule, 1012-i:- i, druggist sells it. 25c und 50c. ferred only In .so far as her Interest In Dr. W. H. Lucus, 1st district, 1 house athletics Indicates good health and and lot, I9t2-l$10.00. ability to keep n neat, tidy homo. Henry Hnyues, colored, 1st district, All want to know her disposition in BIG SPRING f 11.37. the home und her treatment of her 1 house and lot, 1012-1.home folks, especially of her helpfulMrs. Alice Haynes. colored. 1st dis ness to her mother and her attitude 1 1013, 57.14. MesdamesSnowden and Ilungerland, toward her brother. Chummlncss with trict, hoi si and lot, Alexander Vale3, colored, 1st dis of Cincinnati, spent last week with her father and brother counts strongly $8.4". trict, 1 town lot, 1012-1In her favor. . their sister, Mrs. Nelson. The following characteristics are John Palls, 2nd district, 54 acres of mentioned as ludlspenablo: A sunny, land, 1013, 510.58. of Quincy, III., arrived Saturday for a joyful, affectionate disposition; IntegEnnis Dinean, house and lot, Me two weeks' visit with relatives and rity, vivacity, practicability, straight- Quady, taxes and cost, 1011-1- 2 III, friends. forwardness and honesty; modesty In $17.30. diess and manners and will power Dr. A. M. Hardaway returned to UEN'NIIS SH RERAN, N. D., last week. Mrs. Hardaway enough to stand by a right decision. Nearly all Insist that she have prac111 remain several weeks longer. Ex. Sheriff, B. C. tical domestic (mining, while a nm Rev. M L. Dyer, wife and little (deal and a business education are de daughter returned to Hardinsburg Fri clured to be desirable. Headache and Nervousness Cured. day. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled Rev. M. L. Dyer, of Hardinsburg, to all tho praise I can give them," Notice In Bankruptcy. in a ten days' assisted Kev. Penick writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, meeting There were three auditions N. Y. They have cured me of headache In the district court of the United to the church. States for the western district of Ken- and nervousness and restored me to my normal health." For sale by all Jack Collins, of Quincy, 111., was tucky. here last week on business. In the matter of Richard A. Slielluiau, dealers. a Ilankrupt. Rev. Penick left Saturday for ConOn this 8th day of July A. I)., iqi4, stantino to hold a revival. on considering the petition of the afore- , Jl If-, Mrs. C. B. Witt has returned from a saiu tuannrupi t uiscuarge, men on .1. lor uie Queer Th'ngs That visit to her father, Mr. Vogt, at Jeffer- -' i5th day ot June A. D., 1914. it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had sontown. npon the same on the 19th day of SeptTurn Up In the News ember, A. D,, 1914, before said court at Indigestion. IvOuisville, In s."id district, at 10 o'clock Cured of in the forenoon, or as near thereto as ' Mrs Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa., practicable, and that notice thereof be Air. and Mrs. (leorge Banks 'of was bothered with indigestion. "My published one time iu the Hreckenridge stomach pained me night and day," News a newspaper printed in said dis- Youngstowii. O.. have the distinction in she writes, "I would feel bloated and trict, and that all known creditors and of being year and of having; persons in interest may appear at their sevi'iit.v-uliithave headache and belching after eat- othertime and place and show cause, if four generations of direct descendants. said ing. I also suffered from constipation. any they have, why the prayer of said pe- makliiK live Kcucraiious of the family My daughter had used Chamberlain's titioner shonld not be granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Uvans, Tablets and they did her so much good Woiuau presided at a divorce hear hat she gave me a few doses of them Judge of said Court, ana the seal thereof, ing Ti'i'iv llauti'. Ilrst time In the his at Owensboro iu said district, on the Sth tory of and Insisted upon my trying them. day of July A. D 1914. Indiana courts. They helped me as nothing else has A. G. Ronald, Clerk. Charles Miner of Brattleboro, Vt. M. K. Dunn, D. C. done." For sale by all dealers. owns u hone welshing over 3,000 pouuds and said to be the largest Thorns a Jefferson Postcard. Hay Ride For Issuance of a new post card has been horse In the world. Miss Carrie Robertson announced by the postotllce departOrdinary Ncarecrows falling to get ment It Is to replace the card which bears the profile portrait of William results, a Wisconsin farmer rigged up Miss Bessie Arnold gave a bay ride McKlnley. The new card will bear one with ti silt skirt. The crows now Wednesday night In honor of her visit- the portrait of Thomas Jefferson anil steer clear of his Held. or, Miss Carrie Robertson, of West will be printed In green Ink. One of twenty-livoctoKeuarlans who Point Those Invited were: Misses planned a banquet In I'runce Is Louis Carrie Robertson, Bertba Perkins, Lucy Hall, Ina Bell Morrison, Beetle Now is the time to subscribe Coultui, who has .1 beard that Is said to bo the longest in the world. It In nine feet ten Inches long. V. M5 of WIFE DESCRIBED HUNDRED YOUNG BY ME?,' hand, the property dsscrlbed and set opposite each person named in the np pended list or so much of said property as may bu necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid ar.d cost, said taxes being due for the years as Indicated after each person's name, to wit: AND- defeat McCrcary, but the vcnerablo S. land, 191.'l, ARBECU E!l Tuesday, HON 1 s ll pre.-icln-- 1011-12-1- l- , A. ESS a STANLEY Speaker of The Day THE- OLD RELIABLE - 1, 3, Mi-rio- t, reckinri dge Bank Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong A P- - When in Need of Anything Come to us SUMMER HORSE SENSE Subscribe Today e SAVED BY GUY'S LIV ER-L- AX . . Mr. Kimbrough states further that three grains of calomel had no effect. Ills child, at the point of death, was eaved by a harmless vegetable compound with no injurious effects. relieves all Liver troubles. March 9, 1914. i All genuine bottles bear the likeness "I take pleasure in saying for publi Ac'and signature of L. K. Urigsby. cation tnai Dy mo use 01 liiv-vc- k IiAX ray child was cured of a disease cept no substitute. Qrisby's is for sale which Is correctly described by the rec- lMH I BTIUIIUIU9 IflllUUUi.... W.WU4 by Klncheloe's Pharmacy, Mk ano Liver 1 rouble, una Constipation smmI resulting complications; and I com- M its use to nil sufferers. " D.L.PRICE, Witness. Twiner's Pharmacy, Greenville, Texas,SendsThisTestimeH' ill From a Prominent Grocer of That Place Losing spoonful of brains In a gasoline explosion. Brooklyn (N. Y. chauffeur sued his employer, setting a value of $50,000 ou tho lost gray mat ter. If his brain Is of normal weight It Is worth $'20,000,000 ut this rate. 11 11 Archeoloalcal Find. X X MR. KIMBROUGH, 3j0fl Stowvwll. Some interesting remains of au old Friary have been brought to light during alterations to Cromwell House the site ot the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, at Huntingdon, England. No Weddlrfg Bells. The remains include the baBO of a wall The mutual friend was speaking: with parts of two doorways. The How To dive QulalM To Children. "If you love thi girl uud the parents foundation ot a largo chimney Steele FEBRILINK It the nam ghtn to has been found, and in one hearth improved Quinine. ItiiaTadeleuSyrup.Vieai-an- ant on both sides areI willing and yon have see 110 reason why to take auddoea not diaturb the atoiMch. $1,000,000 eaeh asbeB still remained. The house Is Children take It and never know it ia Quldtae. you should not be married." believed to have been founded by the Alto eipecially adapted to adutta who cnuwt "Just one thing prevents It." August! alaa Friars shortly be fere take ordinary Quinine. Doca not niuaraie nx Try-i- t came nervoumeaa nor rink-in-s trade-mark Don't overload the wagon Don't speed your horse. Tse well tlttlng. lightweight harness, loose lilting collars and open bridle. On long hauls allow periods ol rest in the shade.. At the first sign of exhaustion stop and baihe Ilio animal's head mid ice I; Willi cold water. In ease nf complete exhaustion or sunstroke endeavor to get animal In shade, remove all harness except bridle and apply Ice packs to top of head ami neck. I'ncks can be made by wrapping cracked ice In piece of old blanket, feed bag or any material handy. If Ice cannot be obtained pour cold water slowly over head, neck and shoulders from pall or hoo and keep tiiilinal Iu prostrate iiosltlou. Carry a pall and sponge to frequently wash or swab the animal's mute, month and face. ('lye it warm brim mash on Wednesday nights. In addition to the one given 011 Saturday nights. Itelleve harness pressure from sores. Do not overfeed or underfeed. Study the Individual borsc nut) determine Just how ' much nourishment It requires. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Kciidence ihcllman House Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office A well Over Farmers Bank Petition To Change Road. II M. Ilasham, County Road Engineer, on petition to change road. On the fourth Monday in July, 1914, being regular County Court day, K. M. Uasham, County Road Engineer, will file a petition to change county road over the land of Mrs. Bettle Dempster, beginning at K. It. crossing below Rockvale and ending near sl. h. Harl's stable, a distance of about 350 yards. In the Customary Place. known ICiigllsh bishop some I hue jIiicc Inst his third wife. A clergyman who had known the first wife returned from Africa uud wanted to see the grave. He culled at the cathedral and saw the verger. "Can you tell me where the bishop's wife Is burled?' "Well, sir," replied the verger, "I don't know for certain, but be mostly buries 'em at Brompton." London Mall. Constipation cautes headache. dizziness, drowsiness. For a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Rgulet8. 25c a box at all stores. Ordinance No. 104 to Establish the Salary of Pound Keeper. .. I erport no oruuiu us iuiiuws; t salary A , . 1885. in the bead. the nest time you nce'l QuTnlna tor any pur- poic. s ior ouncv original Mcicair. The nana FX8JUI.INH ia blown iu bottle. M cauu. "Yes?" ."Yes. She won't buye we." Spur. ble Out ol the City funds, This iT ..... uuuets bnttn IucL'uiua ruciuvc uu the 1st day ot June, inn. CHASW. HAMMAM, . . I Attests Paul Lewli, Clerk. THE BRECKENRlOiifc NfcWa, JNO. D. BABDAGO. Editor and Publisher MAN COULD FLY A PIANO Engine, Declares Bcachey. Lincoln BOX Praotlcally Everything Depend on tha RICHARD P. ERNST mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmm Isauod Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 6c for eneli tidditionnl :nscrtion. CARDS OV THANKS ovor five lined charged for nt the rato of 10 conta per lino. OBITUAUIES clinrped for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tholulml on yonr payor. If it i not correct please a itify us. TUYING TO CKKATE DISSATISFACTION. The News is inforinod tint Mr. John Boyd in enfWnrine Democrats in GruyMin. Unrf, Brcckcnridpo and Ohio counagainst bv ties by telling them that thev hnvn l)ccn getting appointments Kenrcauntutivo Ben Johnson in the matter of T. Scott fnr tlioin !n tlin Tntnriml llnmilllfl ."P.rVlCC uhder Colk-ctoMayes. Not one of these counties is in the Fifth Internal Kevcnuo District. Perhaps Mr. Boyd docs not know this, but lie should acquaint himself with tho facts before ho makes statements of this nature. The Democrats of Breckenridgc county fully understand that Representative Johnson could not proem c a position for any man in the Fifth Internal Revenue District who is a resident of this county. Such reports will do Mr. Johnson no harm, because in this ago oven the gullible cannot bo made to believe that Breckenridgc county is in tho Fifth Collection District, any more than tbey could be made to believe that the county is in the Fifth Congressional District. Pcoplo arc entirely too well posted on such matters to believe a story of this nature, even if it docs come from a man who aspires to be the Representative in Congress of a great district. todi--f-atisfr Now York. Any properly built biplane which has a light, powerful is stablo when In the air, providing It Is Intelligently handled. The chief reason I havo been able to accomplish feats which other airmen nover havo nttcmptcd Is tho fact that I havo had a good machlno and havo known how to fly it, Lincoln Bcachey writes in Popular Mechanics. Uivo me a clearance of COO feet from tho ground, a place to land, nnd then let things happen. If tho ntro-platiupsets or slides, or the engine) dies, and the airman Is not asleep, It may be righted with comparative ease. Tbc master of a good biplane should feel as completely at home in tho air as any bird that ovor Hew. In my recent flights it has been demonstrated machlno Is capable that a of things which no bird ever attempted. How many persons over saw a bird try to loop the loop, do a backward spiral or revolve like a top and Bail earthward tail down? It Is truo that my latest craft was built for tho specific purpose to which It Is being put. Iiut for general flying a good biplane ot the same fundamental typo should be equal in stability. It Is only touching tho extreme to assert that with an engine of suffi cient power on airman could fly a piano box. By that I wish to im press the statement that tho airman of today has absolutely everything be needs with which to fight tho laws of gravity. Because of Ibis the aeroplane already occupies the place of a necessity, commercial nnd other wise, for tho present and future day man. It is only a toss ahead to tno time when the aerial express will bo no more a novelty than overland limited trains are now. u man-mad- FOR SENATOR CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL LAWYER AND DUSINESS MAN OF HIGH STANDING. o NATIVE OF 0L0 KENTUCKY Graduate of "Old Centre" College, Elder In Presbyterian Church, Pres ident Y. M. C. A., and Largely Interested In Educational and Industrial Work Throughout the State. V Republican nomination for United States Scuator, Is a native Kontucklan, having been born In Covington lu 1858, whore ho has lived all ot his life, and whoro his parents lived. He received his primary education in the schools nt Covington nnd nfter- ward graduated from "Old Cent:e" CjI- lego at Danville, with tho Class of '78, winning tho valedictory honors of his class. Later he graduated from tho Law School of the University of Clu- - Covlngtort, Ky. f Special.) IHchard Ernst, who Is a candiilato for tho 3 The man with money in the bank has a big advantage over the one who has not; he has self confidence, the confidence of the community and GREDIT. When you KNOW that the measure of your success depends not upon the amount of money you spend, but upon the amount you SAVE, is it not time you were cutting out EXTRAVAGANGE, starting a bank account and constantly INGREASING the balance to your credit? Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. Mr. Stanley's speech in Louisville last week is making votes for CANINE HAS $200 FUNERAL Mr. Beckham all over the State. People arc getting tired of abuse Bull Terrier Burled and villilication, especially when uttered about a man of Mr. BeckIn Cypress Hills Cemetery In the mouth of a man with a nation-widham's standing and out of New York. reputation. Mr. Beckham doesn't deal in that kind of clap-traNew York. Wreaths of flowers cov about his opponent or any one else. He is too big and broad and ered a handsome oak coflln in which well bred to get down to such a low plain. "Tuck Lentz Crawford," a Sixteen-Year-Old liardinsburg, Ky. e p Blxteen-year-ol- d Richard P. Ernst. years clnnatl, In a class of which William H. hundred dollars set aside ten ago by the will of Harry Lentz, at one raft was u member. Shortly aftar com- time a New York sporting man, was plctiug his studies he marred Miss used in defraying the cost of tho fu- Susan llrqnt, granddaughter of Chas. years a neral. The dog had been Mr. Lentz' Brent, who was for manyKy. prominent citizen of Paris, They pet. one son and one two children, The burial was supervised by Mr. have daughter, now grown. Lentz' sister, Mrs. Carolina Crawford, Mr. Ernst, because of his splendid Had a wood shower here Monday night; also at Ilardinsburg, owner of Crawford Inn, Paterson. She business ability and attractive persontried to havo the animal interred on ality, early In life became prominently Garlicld and Irvington. We hope it reached tho Hon. Chas. Blan-for- her property, but tho Paterson health identified with the business interef.ti place. All things come authorities objected. She then pur. ol Northern Kentucky, and through his and that he is not near the jumping-ofl- ' chased a grave in Cypress Hills and Covington and Cincinnati law offices to them who havo faith, tho Good Book ays. took the colIin there in an automobile. has attained great success In his pro- We arc sorry to hear of the death of oui old friend and patron, William Hendrick, Sr. For nearly forty years he has been a subscriber to the News, and never a word of criticism came from him whether tho policy of tho News suited or not. He was always u friend, and his glad hand was never held back from us. Truly a good man has gone from ih. Cypress bull terrier, was burled In Hills cemetery. Nearly two CLEARANCE SALE! While they last all Screen Doors, Windows, and Screen Wire AT COST. Don't Want to Carry thcin over Good lot to select from. I also carry and am selling at close prices: Building Material of all Kinds, Windows, Doors, Brick, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Cement,. Building Hardware, Roofing, Sewerpipe and Farm Drdin Tile, Oils, Varnishes, and Interior Finishes, Lubricating Oils and a General Line of Mill and Automobile Supplies. Write or call me for prompt and efficient service. fession. Republican. Wo publish in this i.ue an article from Harper's Weekly giving DOVES LIKE NAVY SECRETARY Politically Mr. Ernst has been a It will be worth your while to a bit of history of Mr. Beckham. Republican. For many years he Build Nest Above Office Window of has devoted both his time and his read it. Daniels In Eaves of Big Washa very liberal degree for the means to ington Building. success of his party. He was for many Hogs were 15 cent.-- higher on the Louisville market Monday. years n' member of tho Stato Central Tops bringing nine cents. Lambs were in good demand at nine cents. Washington. Two doves made a Committee, was its chairman when the sad mistake hero leccntly. They start- party achieved its most notable triumphs In the state, lias been delegate Victor Pile, Democratic Campaign Secretary, says this county ed to build a nest In the eaves of the to several national conventions, and in State, War and Navy building directly many other ways has served his party, will give Mi. Beckham S00 majority. outside the windows of Secretary Dan- often at great personal sacrifice. He iels' office. If they had only gone has been able to maintain terms of friendship with all elements and facSenator Camden seems to ba the popular candidate for the short tions In ills party, and If nominated term for U. S. Senator in this county. will receive the support of Republicans and independents without regard to any former personal prejudices or facBo a fair booster and not a knocker. tional differences. Interested In Church and School, Boy Drops Burning Match, Homely and Proud of It. Mr. Ernst is a member of the First Frankly. I know am not a Presbyterian Church of Covington, Causes Heavy Loss man. nnd equally frankly. I acand an elder in that congregation. For many years he has been President of knowledge that I don't want to be u the Covington Young .Men's Christian W. G. Lawson, of Irvlnu'ton, Ky., handsome man. As a matter ot perAssociation, which is one of tho most I sonal ir.a.v say that I have Rural Route No. 1. suffered a loss by successful and widely popular Institunot u Singh' luNgiiing about my fare, tions of Its kind In the country, as it fire In hay field Tuesday afternoou to which Is one of tluiM- - "homely" I use appeals to boys of all denominations. the amount of $200. caused by his son, the wool lu the American l Mr. Ernst retains a wide Interest In Lewis, dropping a burninc match whilo straightforward, rugged, hewn out or educational affairs. Ho Is not only a raklnc hay. Had It not been for some a rock and then stamped upon by a member of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, "Old Centre," but Is tobacco having been planted through steam roller sort of countenances also a trustee of tho Western Colics the meadow all the hn and his entiro which command the admiration ot all for Women, at Oxford, O., and U a wheat crop would have been cxpoed fortunate enough to liuw caught sight trustee of Lane Seminary, at CincinI write "once" of It once because l to tho flames. nati, one ot the oldest schools of theheard u nervous unman remark as I ology In the United States. In this came out "f the Mage, door or the connection he has ueen very liberal In Rammed by a Shark. offering prizes to stimulate the stuThe stniicest slinrU story which ever (lalety one ulght that if ever she saw dent, and is usually responsible for the camo to ftie writer's earn was of u a face like mind again she would nev"scretary Josephut Daniel. schooling of at least one young man aharl; t liar clmwri a steamer. Tula er go to the thealerslie wouldn't he an active every ycv. He also able to. In raucous tones she said that where they belonged, to tho state de- personal Interest In all takes charitable . was lu Queen Charlotte's sound, and local like that would he too partment windows on the south side, Institutions. an account r the Incident appeared in a second Vancouver piier The captain of much for her weak tieart and delicate there would havo been a real big story. Strong With Worklngmen. However, the secretary ot state was the steamer, which was a small craft state of health. had Mr. Ernst out of town when the pair selected warm friends has alwaysworking many Hut I am not Jealous of handsome of only tlfty tmw or bo, khw tlie Bharl: among the boys nest, and Mr. Daniels may have ot Covington, and enjoys great popua hit of It. Keauty forsooth! their on the surface on the port bow and mcii-n- ot been second choice. could not resist the temptation of tak- It should he a drug on the market larity with them. He has always aided them in their troubles, and has ing u shot at It with his ride, He hit Edmund Payne In Iuulon Slniml MagGerman "Copt" to Unionize. been a very Influential factor In bis bin murk, whereupon the mounter. ""Id azine. Berlin. For some time Berlin po- work ot making their relations with to have been fully twenty feet In pleasant A Great Race. licemen have been endeavoring to ob- their employers candidacy and profitlength, deliberately cburRed the steamwill appeal Ernst's Two globe trotters met In the smok- tain permission to form a union. When able. Mr. to er. The boat quivered from stem to business men of Kenstrongly the Ktern. and the captain said afterward ing room of u hotel. They found that some ot them began to make arrange- tucky. Successful himself and Identithat It wuh like striking a rock. Afer tbey had each spent a week in China, ments to follow tbo example of the fied with men who have succeeded In tills display of temper Master Shark on the strength or which tbey pro- firemen (who have a union), Herr von commercial and professional life, be bad bad enough of It and xuuk out ut ceeded to "weigh up" that country to Jagow, tho police president ot Berlin, offers bis services to the state at a deIssued a prohibition, and as a "disci- time when there Is a Jgbt-- T. In Chambers' their mutual iiduilnitlou und satisfacUridines s business men to plinary meaauro" had the moving spir- mand for tion Journal. part In politics, and to offer to From that the talk drifted to' sport- its transferred to positions away from take a country that deand to the Tho representatives ot the gree statebusiness the and experience ing events- witnessed in different parts Berlin. The Footpath to Peace. skill ot policemen, with their legal advisers, which is so necessary to success In To be .'lad or life because It gives of the world you tho chance to love and to work uud "While I was lu Australia," said No will take the necessary stops to estab- private life. Mr. Ernst, if nominated and elected, to play, to be mulshed with your po- 1, "I saw what I Imagined to tie the lish a union, detplto the latest threats will tako to his Senatorial office not ssesions, but uoi contented with your- closest race in the world. The win- of Instant dismissal. only a mind trained by education and self until you have maiio the best of ning horse only beat the second by u experience, but that wide, practical State Buys Roller Skates for Girl. tbeiu: to dcsplxe nothing In the world tongue' lei gth viewpoint which will enable him to act No. 'I see. ned lo- -t In thought Trenton, N. J. Holler skating Is to nt all times to tho best Interest of the except falsehood and meanness, to fear lie nothltiK except cowardice, to covet gazed ntitrii'ieill.v out of the window. be taken up nt tho State Home for farmer, tho manufacturer and the conGirls here, with tho Idea it will prove sumer. It may be stated In this connothing that ts your neighbor's except At last he ftpokc: "I have even a closer race than that," beneficial to the Inmates. The skates nection that Mr. Krnst, In his political his klmhie of heart uud geutlenes of "1 was onco In have been sent to Mrs. Elizabeth V. H. management, has always treated bis manner and to spend us much time bo murmured. London Answers. Mansell, the superintendent, by J, Her- Democratic opponents with such a as you enn, with body and with spirit, and courteous considuro llttlo of dooiH-tbt- t.o In Ciod'rt-uu- t bert Cubberly of Jersey City, tho now spirit of fairnesshas (be confidence and ho guldeposts ou the footpath to peace. treasurer of the board of trustees. Tt eration that respect of members ot that party to a i Hqury van Drke, jdrls will use the basement. most unusual degree. Life-Lon- g life-lon- g hand-Eonie Alarion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERA1ANENT... DENTIST J Office Hours: JSrSr't'SlV. Always In ofllce during ofilco hours Irvlnotnn IIIWBIUII, If ! Wanted! 150 Stock Hogs 40 to 100 Pounds a wide-sprea- d high-clas- Will also buy a few Sows and Pigs. Write or Phone A. T. BEARD, :: ' Scot-laud- ." Kiihscrihe Tnftav Hardinsburg, Ky. t3he Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914 ICy Entered tit tlio Tost Offllce nt Olorcrport, as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED "SPECIAL" We have arranged with the Co., of St. Louis, to furnish its with n special feature every Thursday Night, the first of which begins AIR DOME CAMPERS GOME BACK REJOICING. Over Grand Time at Falls of ed MRS. MARY E. DEAN An Estimable Year. Woman Dies At Let's Be Cheerful Even If It's Hot! To contribute our part of "cheerfulness" we are offering this week some extra inducements in Glen Dean In Her Eighty Fifth Sinking-Pitch- ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE Tent and HuntMrs. Mary K. Dean, an old and estimable woman and the mother of n large family died last Thursday nt her home near Glnn Dean. Mrs. Dean had been ill for several weeks and her death was not unexpected. She had reached the venerable age of 84 years and was a woman of marked ability and was widely esteemed by Mil of her neighbors and friend. She is survived by six children n follows: Judge J. A. Dean, of (Xveiis-boro- ; Gixlnimi Dean, of Greenville; Sum-meDean, of UiiMelville; Charles M. Demi, of Glen Uean: Mrs. Margaret Cornwall, of Chicago; and Miss Amanda Deft-i- , of Glen Dean. The funeral services were held at home conducted by the Rev IC. (). Cottrell, of this city. She was buried in the family burying ground near her home. Thursday NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Night, July 16th Spent a Week Fishing. ing and Swimming. GENERAL OFFICES "Message to Headquarters" Thnnhauser RUEb FOP. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS of tlio line little son who arrived at the For Precinct anil city Offices f 2.50 home of Mr. and Mrs. H Frank Carter 5.00 Sunday morning at Welcome Hall. For County Offices Vot State and Dlsttlct Offices... .$ 16.00 Mrs. David Phelps will give a kitch10 en shower this afternoon at the rocks For Calls, per line 10 for Miss Hva Dell Plank. For Cards, per Hue For All Publications In the interMr. and Mrs. Walter Graham, of est of Individuals or expression Louisville, spent last week here with 10 of individual views per line friends and relatives. Mrs. Price Gra ham accompanied them homo Monday. Announcement Mrs. Nellie Ilurks and daughter, Miss Eleanor Burks, and son, Stephen Wo are authoring to announce HON. I1EN JOHNSON Bulks, of Louisville, aro visiting her as a candidate for tlio Democratic nomina- parents, Mr and Mrs. W. H Uownior. tion for Congress for the Fourth Comm'sil-na- l District, suliject to tlio action of the PriWe have a very low price on a mot mary to ho held In August. 1D1J. Wo aro authorized to announco 1. 1PH. ocratic Primary Election August JOHN W. nOYD. of Ellzahcthtown, Ky.. as a candidate for Congress, (.ufojeef- to the action of the Dem- or and horse power hay press and load er. Call or address Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., Irvington, Ky. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS Mrs. M. A. Elder, of Lake Village, Ark., is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Elder is enjoying line health and is having a pleasant visit among her old friends. If you need a motor or horse power hay press or hay loader at a bargain price, phone or address Irvington Drink Parfey Parfey is the name Hardware and Implement Co., Irving of a new drink. ton, Ky. Chas. White is ill of malaria. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. DeJarnette and White has been ill two weeks, son, Byron, of Ilardinsburg, No. 3, visWor-leArthur Scales and Miss Mary ited Mr. and Mrs. James Seaton last spent Monday in Louisville week. Mr. DeJarnette is carrier on Mrs. J. H. Wills went to Owensboro Hardinshurg Rural Route No. 3, and Is Monday to visit Mrs. Lucy Temple. off 011 his regular vacation. Zack Burdette and Miss Effie Mrs. V. G. spent the week-enat Axtel. last WednesdayBabbage went to Stanley to organize a Woman's Mrs. Jas, Cordrey and son, John Miss'onary Society. She was accomCordrey, arrived home Sunday night. panied by eighteen members from OwMrs. English, of Nashville, Tenn , Is ensboro and a great day was spent at visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank English. the Methodist church at Stanley. J. W. Owen, of the South, is visiting Mrs. Thos. Woosley and little son, his parents, Dr. Owen and Mrs. Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Mort Nottingham and Mrs. Harvey Stone is visiting her little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ouerter e. cousin, Miss Jane Ilambleton, in mus, of Falls are at the Tar Springs for a few days. While In town Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Hudson, of Ver- Mrs. Woosley was the guest of Mrs. sailles, spent Monday here with Mrs. N. J. Qulggins. Fred I'raize. Mr. and Mrs. George Wendelken and Mrs. J. O. Chapin and children, of son, Henry Collins Wendelken, of Irvington, spent Monday with Mrs. Kcntwocd, La., left last week for James Sahli. Jonesboro, Ark., to visit before returnMiss Carnclia Mattingly attended ing home. They had a most pleasant the Beyers Whitehouse wedding in visit here the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendelken. Henderson Wednesday. D. II. Smith, of Garfield, went to the Dam Monday, He has a good conAnnouncement Party. tract with the Government for lumber. Mrs. J. D. Seaton and children are Mrs. Ira Beheu and Miss Edith spending the week in the country the Plank gave a six o'clock dinner Saturguests of her mother and other reladay evening announcing the engagetives. ment of their sister. Miss Eva Bell Mrs. Andrew IJowman and daughter, Plank to Dr. E. G McDonald. The of Versailles, and Miss May Hayes, of wedding will take place at home Tues Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. Da- day morning, July 21. The table was vid Phelps. beautifully arranged, the centerpiece Mrs. Wm. Mlnitt and children, of was a wedding cake surrounded with Owensboro, returned home Sunday af- white flowers from which were streamter a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ers of green satin ribbon to each plate. Price Graham The guests pulled the ribbons the first S. V. Conrad, foreman at the L., II thing, and at the end of each one was & St. L. K. It. shops, left Monday eve- a little white satin bag of rice with a ning for Chicago to attend a meeting card announcing the engagement. At ter the last course of the dinner was of railway foremen. J. S. DeJarnette, of Lewisport, was served the bride's cake was cut, Miss here Monday on business, he has pur- Margaret Burn gat the money, Miss chased the Bakery at Hawesvllle and Ray Heyser the thimble, Miss Eva Bell Plank the darning needle, Miss Edith will take possession soon. Plank the ring. Covers were set for the Staple and fancy groceries, cold following: Mrs. David Phelps, Misses drinks, ice cream, fresh bread and Ray Heyser, Clcona Weatherholt, cakes, also many other good things to Paulino Moorman, Margaret Burn, eat. Allen M. Kingsbury. Edith Burn. Rebecca Willis. Martha Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and little Willis, Katherlne Moorman, Loujse daughters will arrive home this week Babbage, Mrs. Frank Mattingly, Mrs. from Slkeston, Mo., after a visit to Ira Beben, Miss Edith Plank and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heston. Eva Bell Plank. Robert William Carter Is the name A Pretty Good Record. y Lou-isvill- About People at Home and Abroad Ilardinsburg, Ky , July 14. One of the most enjoyable imtin that could he imagined wan had at the Falls of Sinking, near Sample, lnut week. Last Monday morning, July 6th, there wn general hustle and hustle among n number of the younger band, unit tents were lo;uled, chtrkctts were and caught and cooped, provisions boxed, bathing suits shook out and straightened, Hook curds caudles, etc., were carefully jweked aud all loaded, mid when loaded with guns ami fishing tnckle, tle outfit looked like "Sherman's March to the Sea" and that the campers were setting out for mouths. Ihc word given and all was gone except we ourselves. Hut all nt once the large buss from the livery stable began hustling over town to get the ones who were to make merry for a week, and when loaded and ready for the journey, the following composed the party: Mrs. O. D. Shellman, the clown and chaperon; Mrs I.ela McCub-biudeaconess and clnperon; Misses Uuth Kincheloe, the pet; Klinbcth Palmer, of Louisville, the visitor; Clara Whitworth, the excitable; Mary Franklin Heard, the swimmer, and Annie Lewis Whitworth, the timid; and Messrs. John Gibson, the gentleman; llobert Shellman, the red and general manager; Ely Duvall, the squab and monkey, and Hewitt Gibson, the old rough and ready. Lauding nt our destination tents were pitched and things began to move. Cooking of all kinds progtessed regularly throughout the week. Bathing pools, fishing ponds and swimming lakes were examined and found to be everything that heart could wish, lioats were secured for rowing tip aud down the stream. The daily program: Iireaklast 7:30 a. in., after which all would then fish until tired or overloaded with fish; then about 10:30 u bathing party until the noon hour; 12:30 p. 111. dinner after which a restful nap, and about 3:30 p. m. swimming until 4:30 p. m., when the girls would again fish and the boys hunt, and at 5 p. m. a rowing contest up the stream for five miles and back; 6:30 to 7 o'clock supper, after which the games, such as Hood, etc., were indulged in until 10 o'clock p 111. when lemonade and cake were served and all retired for test. We had quite a number of visitors, ami on Thursday Hook's automobile brought down G. D. Shellman, I'. M Heard, J. Whitworth, Howard Hook, Dr. II. V Royalty anil little Lucy Whitworth, who remained over with little Clara Heard and Ruth McCubbins, who had gouc earlier in the week. This partv' took dinner and supper with us. Messrs. Moorman Ditto and Francis Dillon drove down Thursday evening and took supper and remained over night. Many more, which for lack of space, we are unable to mention, were with us. Kach evening a ' stroll over to Sample was enjoyed, where Mr. Laslie, the general merchant, had till kinds of cold s on ice and ice drinks, cream, which was enjoyed by the crowd. Late Saturday evening the chaperons gave the command for a tearing down and moving out, while the young ladies and young men were calling out with one accord, "remain longer." However, with promises from Mrs. Shellman and Mrs McCubbins that they would come back next year, the party obeyed and arrived at Ilardinsburg nt 8:30 p. in. Saturday evening. The entire party of young people say beyond any question of a doubt, Mrs. Shellman aud Mrs. McCubbins are the only real chaperons Campers. in Hreckenridge county. 11 s, water-melon- Ladies' Oxfords Come, let's show you how glad we are to help make others joyful. We have still a few pairs of ladies' Oxfords in sixe- s- 2, 2j, 3, 3i, worth $3.50, $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00 that we are offering at the cheerful price of 5 g Visit Camping Party Ilardinsburg, Ky., July 13. (Special) The following visited the camping party at Sulphur Springs Sunday and had dinner: Mr. and Mrs. F.d Dillon and baby V. D. Haswcll, M. II. Kincheloe, Win. Kvnns, White Kincheloe, C L. Heard, Jr. J. It. Gardner, Jr., nnd J. G. Haswell. They report a big dinner, it being made up of possible that would go in proportion with ten frying chickens that weighed two pounds each The visitors say that the party is having the time of their lives eating, sleeping hunt-infishing, swimming, reading and hav-- 1 ing all the fun that a crowd could possi- -' bly have. They organized the first day they were in camp, one group cooking only one meal a day, thus making the work of the camp easy on all. They elected officers as follows for 'he next camp to be held next year at the same time and same place: F. S. Kino eloe, commander in chief; N'ancye Kincheloe and Hallie Hrowu, heads of itcheu and dining room; Fliza Taloraml Delia Kincheloe, bedrooms and entertainment committee; Murray liroun, seout. S.1111 Hvans, Janitor. They will lire k. coup Tuesday afternoon, o returning Tuesday night. e, That ought to get a smile and bring you to our store There! CLOVERPORT, KY. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. The Mints Are Working Every Day ought to save a few We suggest that you start a them. Savings Account in this Bank, where it will be safe and earn you interest. Coining of DolIars--Yo- u Death Claims Wm. Hendrick, Sr Hardinsburc, July 1 (Speuia ) liam Hendrick, Sr., ncen (iS yt. at nine o'clock P. M. 011 too I3 July, 191 1. Jlr. Hendrick has u. 1 FIRST STATE BAM, Irvington, Ky. :: J. C. PAYNE, Cashier 3QI ) C non HOI ,i Vacation Rush On. . fering severely from a stomau .itf.u tion for several weeks past inu n,.d been in bad health for m.iuo nw..i,.-H- e died where he was born au. .ar ed, on his farm 3 miles from n.iHbi's burc. He was one of our most .sjoai.ui tial and prominent farmeis ami 1 u doubtful if any citizen of tnt c unt, in its entire history enjoyed mute sin ceroly the high, unfaltering respect ii his fellow man than did Mr. htnilnck He was an honorable Christian ueiiD man, charitable to a fault, scrupulous ly honest In his dealings with ail and he was the sum total in all that con stltuted the highest type of our citi zeuship. He married lillza Jolly, daughter of Nelson Jolly, forty six years ago, and was th father of u cetta Miller, wife of J. W. Miller; Ues-si- e Miller, wi fe of James H. Miller; Isabelle DeHaven, wife of Miller De Haven; John M. Hendrick, Gude Hen drlck, TIce Hendrick and Miss Annie N. Hendrick, all of whom survive him, as docs his widow. His domestic life was exemplary; his companionship with his wife and family was unceasing from the beginning and it's doubtful If he ever remained overnight away from his wife. He would not go anywhere without her. He was buried at three o'clock on the 1th, and the Rev. James Lewis, now of Fordsvllle, formerly his pastor, outdated. Interment was had at tna Miller graveyard near Ilardinsburg A large concourse of neighbors and friends were present at the funeral 1 0 Siimnw Phntnnrr Make The Prettiest Pictures at Homo Huve your own photograph mudo or :it my studio zzr . Home Pictures Pictures of Children Post Card Photographs For New Acquaintances I make a specialty of developing Kodak Films. Watch for my price-li- st C. G. BRABANDT, Photographer : : 0 Cloverport, Kentucky Dr. Jesse Baucum Patent Medicines patent medicines and The markets aro flooded with other Fish Fry On The Rocks. Some of them preparations. have excellent merits while Stephensport, Ky., July 13. (Special) worthless. Dr. and Mrs. Shively entertained to a others uro almost fish fry on the rocks on the Indiana side We strive to stock all worthy of the river, in honor of their little preparations as soon as they are daughter's, Henrietta's, visitor, little Miss King, of Owensboro Dr. Shively placed on the market. Come took the party over in his gasoline launch to us for patent medicines. 'Henrietta." The party consisted of the set, and We'll givo you our candid opin- young Adkisson were chaperoned by Mrs. and Miss Zelma Lay, Mary ion of any preparation wo who displayed their culinary ability by frying the fish to perfection. Then came handle. the other good things to eat. Then games and lots of fun on the hand burs and rocks. Then a boat ride further down the river, then home. All enjoyed everything and felt like it was a day well spent. Dr. and Mrs. Shively ure good entertainers and never do things by halves, Mr, J. L. Henry, of Irvington, says he has been a gardener for sixty years aud this is the first year he ever failed to grow something, One time in sixty is a pretty good record. Not many men can show such a record. Wedding's Drug Store, The Home el Quality CLOVERPORT, KY. Vacation travel has begun on the dersou Route and Friday an extra coach HILL ITEMS. was put on all the passenger trains and the happy humanity that was going and coming, was comfortable and well looked You can not expect to receive unless after by the L. H. & St. L. men. you give. If you expect kindness jou Hundreds are now going far and near must be kind. If you expect blessings to the cities and country places for their you must bless. annual vacation of rest and recreation. Mr. and Sirs. Arthur Daugherty witli Not withstanding the drouth and the general depression in business, railroad baby, Robert, spent, the past week in men say that the vacationists are larger the country. Mrs. Smith, who has been sick for the in number than last year. There will be from now until post four or five weeks, is able to be up. a rush of late September and the stations will be Mr. and Mrs. John H. McKinney the busiest places along the Henderson spent last Saturday at the Satterfield Route. home. Miss Laura Satterfield accomPeople are going more and have less, panied them to their home iu Tobins-por- t, they would rather have a look at the I ud, world. around them thau to live in n litHorn, to the wife of Leu Campbell tle world all their own Wednesday, July 8, a fine baby girl. Mrs. Henry Mattingly left last TuesMade Good Sale of Lambs. day to be under treatment of a homeopathic doctor In Owensboro, J. J. Chancellor, of Hoff, sold last week Mrs. Jesse ' Weatherholt entertained 18 lambs, for 1105.41'. His neighbors sold the following to dinner last Tuesday: early and got sis cents. He held his and Mrs. Hiram Moorman, Mrs. Lontiie got eight cents. He is tickled to death Kay, Sirs. Jesse Miller and Mrs. Simon over the sale, ' t Ueaviu. Hen-- , Ky. Note Advertisers plettKO notify tlio oil I tor PHONE No. when you wut advertisement discontinued. Office Opposite Oelzc's Drue Store 2-- R Dentist Cloverport, RESIDENT I WsjLrvts. For Sale Horse ft , SAI.K One bluet work iiorse; good Harold and Marion, sous of Hays condition. K. O. Meador, llardlnsburx. Hilton, of St. Louis, are here to spend Ky. the summer with their grandparents and For Sale Coal Oil Slove other relatives. Coul Oil FOR . I. II. 11., euro llreckenrldKe Stove. News. j Mrs lleuvin and Miss Perkins spent HAU'Intcrnutlonul liny Ituller. last Thursday in the country. Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder Horn, to the wife of Joseph Allen aud other farm tools. Will tako In exchuiiKO lialled straw or Imy. I' M. Henri), llurdlns-buri- ;. girl, Anna Friday, July 9, a Ky. M argaret. JALR-S-co'ud-l- week-ende- Shower For Miss Plank. 11 . V. G. BABBAGE . 1 Law and Collecting Agency linMrs. I'rank C. KnglUh will give en shower Saturday afternoon, from 4 to Have you provided for your family in ...... J..IU 6 o'clock, in lienor of Miss Kva Hell . uaae ui iuui ileum I I'Uuik. . . Move To New Home. II not, you had oldaaeY bitter bU W ,i l UIIVV, Vf I. ,v J V j Julian Hrown hat brie c home on his farm near this city. It is one of the handsomest country homes in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are to be congratulated. moved into his new on ol those good lowett cost pollclw Vrt Union Cenl t 1 Brinn . u. TO FIT MILLIONS FOR THEIR WORK Stati Grants Vocational Are Urged mm? Wtf STATE RETARDED IN SCHOOL GROWTH PAYING DEBTS BY APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS TRUSTEES ELECTED BY ONE VOTE. L. C. TAUL Insurance'Offlce Cloverport, Kentucky For Education, Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health SELLING SCHOOLS FOR GASH $1,500,000 TO TAKE UP PLAN Commission on National Aid Asks That a Starter and Would Increase Amount to $7,000,000 a Year Three Types of Schools Projected For the More Common Occupations. According to the report of tho commission on mitlomil nlil for vouitlonul education. ,ijioluU'd by t lie president, ltn;e .Smith wild and of which Si'ii.-itochairman, of inure thiin '.'o.OOO.OOO workers In iiKrlrulturu itnd Industry fewer thou I per cent have had ade- j Re-mwk, 'When you re you're tired, whei. go dead wrong-- 1 lime. 11 Insurance. I Four Thousand Trustees Will Be Elect Old Reliable ".Companies ed Throughout State In August See To It That the Eest Msn Only Are JKS30K3Er Named at This Election All Parents Should Vote. Ky. Louisville, (Special.) Wns there ever a "devil's broth" browed that equaled what has been going on in our rural schools? Wo uro paying by taxation over thrco million dollars annually out of the Stato Treasury, to say nothing of local taxation and other contributions for the support of our public schools. of it is It Is a question If not wasted by Incompetence and in difference not to mention possible graft In one form or another. As a samplo of what has been going on, I very recently had occasion to look over a batch of letters from a number of County Superintendents ol our State. I ran across .one reporting eonio trouble In tho salo of schools. Asking what on earth that meant, the reply was, "Why haven't you heard ol that beforo?" I said "In God's name, no; what does it mean?" "Why," they said, "that has been complained of for years, but it Is not as bad now as it has been." It seems tho trustees would sell the privilege to teach his school to the teacher who would agree to give him the largest part of her salary. It la reported that In some cases trading in schools has been quite a profitable sldo issue. Was there ever anything moro Infamous 7 A man that would do it ought to be sent to the penitentiary for a thousand years. Another case of a combine, three teachers were applicants for a school, the final agreement was that each should teach a third of tho time, thus giving the poor children the benefit of a rapid change in teachers. Another caso (and this was not in the mountains, either), a vacancy occurred, two applicants presented themselves, one was a graduate of a Normal school with a full certificate, the other a young girl scarcely through tho High school; tho school was given to tho young girl. Some of tho few curious enough to investigate found tho girl's father owed the superintendent a debt and had promised payment out of the girl's salary. in one of our richest counties, whore a bunch of trustees were gathered with some patrons to talk over conditions, ono of the trustees arose and pleaded for help, saying that ho was elected by ono vote and ho had to go out and hunt up that man to vote for him In order to get there at all. When It Is realized that these district trustees, of whom there are about 8,000 in the State, constitute the most vital part of our educational is it any wonder that tho State is retarded in her growth and advancement. I would not he understood as condemning all trustees; we have many good ones, who are honestly trying to do their full duty, but unfortunately these kind are not In the majority. Now whose fault is this? It belongs more or less to all of us, but primarily to the parents of tho children who are too Indolent or indifferent to even go to the polls nnd vote for the right kind of a trustee, and take enough active interest In tho conduct of their schools to sec that they are conducted on an efficient basis. When this offlce Is filled with one of the best men In each district, then we shall see such a development of our schools and State as has not been dreamed of. There will be about 4,000 trustees elected In the first days of August nexL Now will the people see that good men are put in or will they continue to neglect it and let It be filled with ne'er do wells, the incompetent or those who have "axes to grind?" The wonder is not that we have droughts, and other calamities but that the God of Heaven does not smite us from the face of the earth. John B. McFerran, Chairman Educational Committee, Louisville Commercial Club. one-thir- d ma-chin- We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the V. S. A. Hv 1. n .to. quate preparation for their Jolts. "Mil- and develop our valfind iiatur.il resources, to prevent waste of human labor, to provide a substitute first-ai- d for the old nppiviitit'cdilp. to Increase wage earning power and to meet the body-wearIncreasing demand for trained work' ers. of 1,500,000. Initial Appropriation "To stimulate the movement for vowonderfind this cational education the commission recommends the distribution of national fully grants among the states. In Its bill ir its .ci to congress it provides for an approfor 101." to bo priation of is sure, acqmv.r.rano 1 increased yearly thereafter, according lp. to u graduated scale, until the maximum annual appropriation of $7,00 This money Is 000 Is reached In 11CM. to be used under certain conditions for ywhere., the training of teachers for vocational subjects and for the paying of salaries of vocational teachers. "The Ulml or vocational education At which is most needed at the present is that which N designed to prepare workers, for the more common occupations In which the great mass of our people lluil useful employment." con"Vocational train tinues the report ing to be most effective and thorough' going should be restricted to persons over fourteen years of age who have laid the foundations of a general edu BEAUTIFUL FIGURES TO ADORN cation in the elementary schools." HOLDS THE SEWING UTENSILS VAST EXPOSITION PALACES. For Three Types of Schools. The commission lias proposed that Grasswork Basket Easily Fashioned tile grants shall be used in three diffcr Both Convenience and OrnaPlenty Of Them In Cloverport ferent types of schools -- all day, part ment to Living Room. time and evening schools (If these And Good Reason For it. schools the report says: "The results Swcetgrass baskets of shallow, cirwhich may lie expected from the all cular shape may be charmingly fitted Wouldn't any woman be happy, day Industrial schools are the releiiilon up for holding sewing utensils with After years of backache suffering, ill school longer of boys and girls who the aid of a little Ingenuity and a few Days of misery nights of unrest, leave because of their lack of Interest, pieces of celluloid. The basket need a wiser choice of vocation because of not be lined, but It should bu faced The distress of urinary troubles, an opportunity to test ability and to to the depth of two inches from the When she funis freedom. likes n nil dislikes, greater cer- top edge with pale blue or whatever Many readers will profit by the foltainty of success In a vocation because may be the chosen shade of ribbon, lowing. of the development of a more delinlte nnd from this band may be hung the Mrs . W, N. Hartlett, 6'.'o Tripiett St., purpose In life and of an Increased in various conveniences for sewing. One Owensboro; Ky., says: "I'or a lone; Intelligence, of an Insight Into dustrhil of these conveniences Is the tiny time I had nearly every symptom of kidfundamental principles of trade, tjie needle book of cashney disease. My back ached terribly acquisition of sullicieiit skill to shorten mere, another is the emery of cashthe period of apprenticeship and a mere worked with colored floss, and a and at night 1 didn't sleep well. During greater readiness to prolit by part third is the pincushion fitted Into a the day I was nervous and in bed all the time or evening Instruction for the celluloid basket that swings by its time. My feet became swollen and I Bake of future advancement or promoown slender handle. The stock of em- knew that I required a good remedy to tion. broidery needle may be kept In a cure me, I had often heard Doan's may provide, "I'nrt time schools Kidney Tills highly reccomended, so I among other things, for trade extengot a supply and began taking them as sion for the next step within n given directed. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me Industry, trade preparation courses for and they are the only remedy I will ever boys and girls employed In occupation use for kidney trouble. I can highly where advancement Is dependent upon Increased specific and general lutein recommend them, as they lived up to the gence, and home economic courses for claims made for them." girls who are employed in any line of Price at all dealers Don't simply la needed to lions of porxohi between the uses of fourteen and eljditofii years." the report continues, "are not In ncIiooI,. bavins left to enter the ranUs or the About half of breadwinners are children under sixteen years or hhu. the large majority of whom left school before completing their elementary education and ale handicapped by lad: of schooling either for successful wage earning or for Intelligent citizenship. "As a soliitiuu of the problem confronting the nation, vocational training tlu-t-- You be surprised a different view ,give you. i "to I' . m whati - pom?: v will invigorated, better able You ii be , Jied,, play.' , . , Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pay tho postage both ways on nil pucknges file, or over. Work Prompt Yunrnntccd Unliveries In snullnry packages. 111 crpuit you upon roicrcnce. loiter. wnio ior iniorniHiion, still, send trial bundle Offices : 652 W. Jcffcrsc n St. first-class 11 HI J 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS You'll find iliat ParL . more I I ood to than merely pleasant to taatt that it's a jhty drink, you'll to the rninck jgged and uable y. 1 1 LOUISVILLE. KY. a delightfully coolinr refreshing drink. I spend the nickel that acquaintance an to ripen into a delightful frier Over at the nearest fou 'you'll o aoo Walls OOO OOO & now and make that Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Here. There. I Founts Hardinsburg, : Ky. Gff or Bottled (ior)fo1o1o1faorz3 f HIGHEST MARKET VALUE PAID FCF1 HIDES ESTA n UlH C SKINS P 18 3 7 i JOHN WHITE & GO. LOUISVILLE, KY. 4 r disc-ove- r 0! cocsuorj ron!,Tsy crss down a chick's throat cure a capes. A laxr drops la C" drfnklnsr water cures tril prevents diarrhoea, cholerx and other chick diseases. Ono 50c bottle makes 13 cations of medicine. At all dnaciMls. Valuable poultry book (rc-i- . BODIBON IEHIDT COUFaNY, 342 Eul Htla Slrccl LtiMIti, MMm? I Sold by ribbon-covere- KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY. Ky. Hardinsburg. Try a News Want Ad. Industry." HAS 50c A DEBT PAYING DAY. Oklahoma Town Starts Custom of Annually Repaying Obligations. Carmen. Okla., has Inaugurated a novel Institution to be known as "take It back day" and to lie observed each year on u date in June to be set by thu mayor. Everybody In tho town who has borrowed money In the course of the year and lias failed to repay It or give something In kind will bo reminded annually of his or her remissness and will be expected ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Tills the same that Mrs. Hart Co., l'rops,, lett had. Buffalo, N. Y. I'oster-Milburn 1 " ! WHAT CONGRESSMAN WILL e DO FOR HOMEMADE PIE. A s to redeem the debt The first "take It back day" wan a big success. The best of neighborly good feeling was displayed. The postmaster said that even the parcel post was Invoked to return things to people who had moved from (he town. .Many othpersons who had grudges ers also took advantage or the good feeling Inspired by the day to "make up," and several neighborhood feuds were ended. Is Last Survivor of the Merrimac. Living quietly for the last eight years and more. John McCufrc. who bns been olllclaliy notified from Wash lugtoii that ho l the last survhor of the memorable naval battle between the Monitor and the Merrlmae. Is pass log the closing years of his life at til home In Soaiervllle. N. .1. lie Is sev tutj-s- l Kar ol1- - during the civil war he whs a stoker nil the Coufeder ite ba'tttlefthlp Merrimac. tiny tube of celluloid that can be fitted Into a holder of narrow ribbon stitched to the facing strip, while the bodkins and atlllettoB can go into almost fiat loops of the same sort. The sweetgrass basket of the shallow, circular type sets evenly upon nny planed surface. Hut If two wide bands of ribbon starting from opposite sides of the edge are drawn togetherunder a huge bow are added, It may be safely suspended from a wall hook and, thus equipped, makes a very ornamental living room convenience. pretty Miffraglt announced: "We're going to feed you home made cake and - hnuieuiaile saudui-'hemid and home-mads Daniel it. Anthony o( KansiiH, K mis of Montana. Ilelgoi'i, ,,f North Dakota, Keating of Colorado, Mcliulre of Oklahoma, linker of California and llaiebnugh of Illinois recently were Invited to talk to woman's suffrage picnic In Washington They evinced no particvery ular ''uthushiHin until 11 11 Copyright, 1914. by Panama Paclflo International Exposition Company. Many of the greatest sculptors of the world have produced the wonderful figures and groups to be shown on the grounds and on the great palInternaaces of the Panama-Pacifi- c tional Exposition, at San Francisco In 1915. The picture above shows one of the exquisite figures by August Jaegers Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. priced, modem kJTh, South' moat popular nrmted in lfi AUo!ut!r.ftr-pfvery twt of the retail ehopplns dutrtctamd near all di theatre. FUmi Cai ia LoainlB. with aaoaWat Club Biaakfart from 25a up noon day Lunch SOct tab la da note Dinner, to 8 p. m- - $1.00. Also elaborate a la cart aanric in Reauurant. Rathakeller open from 4 p.m. to I a. SB. Orchestral and vocal music. for the great Court of the Four sons. Sea- e li nnd-u- nd fried chick en:" Vhmvuion the congressmen grinned broadly, said they would he there with bells on and would also speak yea. verily, gladly When baby suffers with eczema or tome itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of it goes a long To feel strong, have cood appetite way and it is safe for children. 50c a box at all stores. and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the family system tonic. Price, $1.00. No Ono to Lean On. What's the nmiler. Tommy':" "Oh. I'm tired or school. I'd like to She Would Get Even, jo to bed for. week Tired out with an afternoon's shop-plu"Why. how's that':" the mother sat back In her easy "Well, you see. I'm In very awkchair to recite lu detail the afternoon's i was nest to the hoy ward position at the bottom of the cluss-ni- id he's experiences to u. sympathetic home circle. left Manchester (iiianllati. "And to cap it all I met that horrid Annie (Sreen, and she was very ImpuHe Forged. Trotter -- When young lllffkltis left dent to me us usual," she walled. "Tho mean thing," sympathetically college a few years ago. he declared he Ella, "Why was going to forge his way to the snapped out didn't you Impudent her right back?" front. Did he make good? Homer Aa a forger yes. He's now oecupylug New York Sun. a front row celt in the penitentiary. Chicago News. Read Ads. 11 ioa ROOM PRICES With rwuaiaf water aadj private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.59 up to $3.00 par day Large sample reoau with private bath 92.54 ta $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to make tKls hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even If only for a day, Havo your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome auest, ROBERT B. JONES, Maaaaar. ' 11 Wtwaever You Need a Ocneral Toalc Decisive Battles. Take drove's Some married men will contend that The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless "The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the chill Tonic is equally valuable as a World" will uever be complete until General Tonic because it contains the 1 few domestic scraps are added to the well known tonic properties of QUININE volume,-Loud- on Telegraph. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Not to outshlue. but to sblne upon, Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. ils neighbors Is the successful man's Want ads are sure winners jalsslou. Town. the Little Want m Ais. Brinf Risilts I. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS jwpi i MAnir I'm f It's a good thing Grace wasn't given Furniture showtf CAN YOU PUT SW&BTWT LIT TLfc CURL IN ITHB. WoRU) in A SMT ""IE NOW. GHACt VAN tOON.H Ln TO CALL FR HBD MOW YOU BRIHH UP Mt PMNlfc ANO fpl ilLK'HAT AL8BRT HERB J A DOLLAR, UM00IIN6 Thfc. IN THB. CIA RACE I'M CeiNC? MY RANC6 CiRACE. WAN LOON AND IT BEINC A FINE NICH7 I SHALL DC LI NOM,vgiLUAM TO fc'H POK CHI IN Corner 1 to ht WEALTH AVGNvR DOLLAR LIVER paper! ves AROUND pe-- T TTI& WALK WALK JQK IOU . a vn' timi ME. H&Rfc'S MAt-- ENJMINC THR. WITH HER THIJ IS MEflE'i HA LP A PoR VOU 5q:V limmtlMtrmnmnn I THIS MflflMLirfur MOMS WITH MV I . 7. rttrKi WILL. BE 1 F c -- I I ITU OH, MK.VAM)ER.WUWT r'ltji c f.Viyr M THE YOU'LL 10" livu CuTGT K c THINSl I OAW AT THU.Y TTT LAD' I"" "'ll COMPLETE, fgfc i -- I I HAVE TM6 ' PLEUUK J - .BBki i bbbbbbbbbbbbbb ijgfjlM sajajajni a ., , , II I E pen A OOLLAK Flftl 1 f Commissioner's Sale. Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky. 1 R, D. Hamilton, Plaintiff Against Equity I Joseph Stewart and Mary j No. 3402. j Stewart, Defendants. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenrldge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for the sum of 3260.(14, with int. at the rate of 0 from Mch. 3rd, 1010, until paid subject to credit of $24,80 paid Mch. 17, 1010; also the sum of $250.04 with Int. at rate of 0 from Mch. :ird, I9IO until paid; also the sum of $230.04 with int. from Mch 3rd, ID 10 at 6 until paid; also the sum of $250.04 with int. from Mch. 3, 1010; also the sum of $250.64 with int. trom Mch. 3, 1910, all of said interests payable annually and all costs of this action and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-Hous- e door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the 27th day of July, 1914, at one o'clock P. M., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the fol"A lowing described property, certain tract or pa. eel of land lying and being situate on the waters of Town Creek in the County of Breckenrldge and State of Kentucky and bounded as follows, viz: Beg'nnlng at a point on the east line of the home farm of Mrs. Eliza S. Burks, also being the Brinley corner, and marksd by a stone and two beeches on an east hill side, marked X on plat, running '.hence N. 78 deg. 30 seconds K. 82 poles to a sugar tree unci beech near the base of a high cliff, thence S. 10 degrees 30 seconds E. 87 poles to a stone in u bottom, thence N. 74 E. 100 poles to u pile of stones between two beeches standing about 18 feet apart, thence S. 10 degrees HO seconds E. 102 poles to an elm and stone, B isham's corner, thence with his line N, 88 degrees 45 seconds V crossing Town Creek at 24 poles, another branch at 75 polm and u nigh cliff at OS poles, in all 126 poles to " a hickory on a flat, lUnhuin's corner to his second tract, thence with. another of his Hues N. 62 degrees 30 seconds W 74 poles to u gum on n hill side, thence S. 34 degrees W. 11 poles to a stone corner to liasham & Powers, thence N. 16 degrees 30 seconds W. IS poles to the county road, thence with the road N 22 degrees 3O seconds W 3O poles to a stone on the top of the hill on the north side of the road, thunce with the road N. 23 W 18 poles N. 44 W. 8 poles to a white oak. N. 05 W 18 poles to a white oak on the north side of the road, N. 85 W. 15 poles S, 85 W. 20 poles to a limestone rock in the countv road, Power's corner, thence with Duti.chke's line N. 59 degrees 30 seconds W. 2li poles to a locust, Addison's corner, thence with his line N. i2 degrees 30 seconds W 25 poles to a stone and beech, thenco N. U3 degrees 30 second E. 20 poles to two ash and sugar trees on the west side of the branch, thence N. 40 E 11 poles to a dogwood and large gum, thence N. 87 E. 13 poles to a large dogwood thence N. 40 K. 40 poles to an elm and cliff, thence N. 83 E. l2 poles to a sugar tree, red bud and elm, thence S. 60 E. 14 poles to a beech near fence, thence S. .10 degrees 30 seconds E. 8 poles to the acres. beginning, containing 231 There is excepted trom the above tract 10 acres which is not intended to be included in this mortgage, having been sold to John Basham, by deed dated and recorded in the County Clerk's Office, Deed Book No. , the tract hereby mortpage gaged being the same conveyed by Eliza A. Burks to Joseph Stewart by deed dated July 20th, 1903, and recorded in the office of the County Clerk of Breckenrldge County, Kentucky, Deed Book No. 64, page 171. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute' bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase monev. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, Interest and cost $1,318.17. a corner stone; thence up the spring branch to Susie O'Bryan's line to a corner stone; thence South to her corner, thence with her line West to a Beech tree, thence South straight to Samuel Smith's corner on Flint Run Hill, thence with Samuel Smith's line to the beginning, containing 25 acres more or less," This is a part of the land conveyed by deed from Maud Stiff and husband on the 22d day of April, I9O3, and recorded in deed book No. 5i, page ,'7(1 In the Breckenrldge County Clerk's Office and conveyed to said Tildon Smith, now deceased, by deed recorded In deed book No. 58 page 42(1, by Ellen Stiff, etc., on the 17th day of March, I9O8, recorded in deed book No. 58, page 426, Breckenrldge County Clerk's Office. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms, LEE WALLS, Commissioner. Samuel Smith's corner, thence up Yellow Bunk Creek, to a spring branch to PAY-DAYFD- F! REBELS PIONEERS Off Car-ranz- a's IK WORK Warship A HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains No Arsenic.) THE OI,I) RELIABLE Methods Used in Paying Troops. d Korea Built Over Steel-Cla- d 300 Years Ago. ConBec EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC well ai a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fe ven and Ilitious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE. NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC 3iirinliid. Tif It. Om'I tats lay mbttUiiti. It trniiltti, SOc ind $1.00 littln. (PREPARED BY ROBINSON-PETTET INCOIIPOIIATKI). Men Walt In Line for Their George Kennan Tells How Korean structed Battleships 250 Years Miserable Stipend, Which Is Soon fore the Monitor and Merrl-maSpent for Candy, Mescal and Were Created. Cigarettes. K. WINKLER. Ono of the most amusing manifestations of martial law lite In Tamplco these days Is furnished when tho rebel soldiers arc paid off. Ono morning I watched tho men of a "crack" company of the Third regiment receiving their dally stipend of one peso. The company consisted of 13 men and two boys. The boys wore shoes. So did some of the men. Two of tho men were attired In a costume that might have passed for a uniform. Each sported a pair of khaki trousers and a shirt. The undershirts of the other men were a Bymphony In colors. Vivid carmine vied with Imperial Roman purple. The company was drawn up on the veranda of the customs house. The carried their rifles, some on their right shoulders, some on their left. One of the boys, who could not have passed the nge of ten, had sawed off half the barrel of his rifle. It was still too heavy and he held It between his legs while he rolled a cigarette. Tho company paymnster was the He Bquatted on second lieutenant. tho steps In front of his men and thumbed a tiny pile of now constitutionalist notes. He called the roll from n penciled list and shades of West Point! he maintained his sprawling position while he did. While their names were being read the demon warriors stood in a line about as straight as a "punklii" vine. Some scratched furtively nt their tattered trouser legs. Others stolidly smoked their cigarettes nnd clumped forward when their names were called. They examined the money carefully on both sides, rubbed their hands over Its surface, rolled It up In n tiny ball and tightly clinched their fists over It. By JOHN COMPANY. Tamplco. Washington. Oeorgo Kennan, explorer and lecturer, recently communicated to the National Geographic society, at Washington, the Information that Korea built steel-clabattleships 250 years before the .Monitor und c were created. Tho Hermit kingdom was using movable type and astronomical Instruments from the twelfth to tho fifteenth centuries and Mer-rima- Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Fred DeHaven. etc., Plain- - ) i Equity Against tiff. Gervis Stone DeHaven, In- - No. 359i. J fant, &c, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenrldge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof, IOI4, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer door in for sale at the Court-Hous- e Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at iAl-dlo- at page 101 " The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment' Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will De prepared to comply promptly with these terms, Libb WALLS, commissioner. )0 PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the 27th Day of July, 1914, at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout (being Countv Court day), upon acred-i- t of six, twelve and eighteen months, following describsd property, "A certain tract or parcel of real estate lying and being in the town of Cloverport, Breckenrldge County, Ken tucky, The lot with all its appurtenances, known and designated on the plan or map of said town of lower Cloverport, as number nineteen (ill) anu being the same property conveyed to Mary Ellen DeHaven, (Mother of the parties to this action) by Wickliffe DiHaven, by Deed dated October 3ist, 1898, and is recorded in Breckeuridge County Clerk's Office in deed book No. to-w- it; t: one-pes- o Impatiently they maintained the Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days line formation until all had been paid. Then, the two boys lending, the entire company scurried over to the market place. The soldier kids Invested their money In large sticky gobs of sweets, while the men bought mescal and cigarettes. Within half an hour most of the ren employing explosive bombs long before they were known In Europe. He points out that the famous Japanese Satsuma pottery was made originally by Korean workmen, who were Imported Into tho mikado's kingdom. These facts are cited by Mr. Kennan to show the terrific downfall experienced by Korea. He traces her course from her pinnacle of civilization to the depths of degeneracy and expresses great hopes for her future, under the guldanco of Japan. "While Korea was sinking, Japan was rising, until the Island kingdom, all by her own efforts, became such a world power as to defeat a great European nation," ho says. "The Koreans were a mainland people. They had taught the mediaeval Japn all the civilization they had. Hut, by roason of their geographical location, they were invaded by vastly Inferior peoples, tho Mongols aud the MnnchUB. Korea was Influenced to establish domonology as her rclicion. her blood was weakened by being crossed with that of people vastly beneath her and her spirit was broken by the Indignities heaped upon her by tho more powerful Invaders. She was under the Influence of China, which adopted the books of Confucius as lt national system of education 2.0UO years ago. The knowledge of his works aud the ability to recite long chapters of his writings were made the chief requirement of the aspirant for honors. As n result, the study of tho sciences, mathematics and the phenomena of nature was dropped; the memory was and the reasoning power stultified. The lialjlts ot the Koreans became uncleanly; they grew Indifferent to dirt and eemi-sacrcd Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 Business Men and Shoppers News Want Ads. are Little Winners p i Gh llaCHxflHSsffiHHBjjj lake $50 1 The Woman's Home Companion For July contains a picture "Which Girl will Egbert Marry? I For the Most Interesting Answer $50 Will be Paid! Here is I the opportunity to make money out Your druezlit wilt refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleedlnar or ProtrudlnePlIeiin6to Hdays. The first application gives Base and Rest 50c. Glad Vacation Days Forsct your dignity, throw away your steadiness and be a kid again on your vacation. Physical Director of Now York Y. M. C. A. If a gentleman with whiskers and a scant supply of hair Bets a few inverted thumb tacks very deftly on your chair And you occupy It later do not howl with wratli and pain. He's enjoying his vacation, and tio'a Just a kid again. LEE WALLS, Commissioner. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. i I bsbS e. Breckeuridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Lizzie Smith, widow, &c, I Equity Plaintiff. Asainst Ora Smith, &c, Defend- - j No. 3573 J ant. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale ot Ureckenrluge Circuit Lourt, rendered at May Term thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for tliu sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs. I shall proceed to offer for door in Har- sale at the Court-Hous- e dlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, qn Monday, the 27th day of July, 1914, at one o'clock, P; M., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described "Beginning at' a .property, Beech tree on Yellow Bank Creek at Impressive frown Grabs your portion of plum pudding from your plato and bolts It down Or upsets the gravy on you don't be petulant or sore. He's enjoying his vacation, and he's Just SURGEON'S KNIVES SCARE BOY a kid once more. If an elderly director ot a billion dollar Youthful Culprit Prefers Prison to Being Operated Upon By bank Just as you sit down to dinner gives your Physician. chair a sudden yank Don't get up and knock his block off, and Norrlstown, Pa. When John Mosko-vltbo careful what you Bay. Ho'a enjoying his vacation In tho good old a Pottstown boy, was arraigned childhood way. boforo Judgo William F. Solly for larIf you seo a crr.wil of statesmen playing ceny physicians impressed upon 'tho drop tho handkerchief, Jurist tho idea Unit tho boy was not If you hear a Justlco walling In an ecstasy rosponslblo for hlo criminal tendency, of grief. Do not telephone the sheriff. That's their but that it was duo to a pressure on moons of relaxation. tho brain caused by a blow from a club They have nil gone back to Royvlllo for his father hnd thrown Into a chestnut their anual vacation. treo, Tho court ngrocd to suspend senJames J M ntagut In New York American tence aud try tho experiment of an operation. So tho boy was sent to tho All taxes due mo for the years, IOI3 Stato Institution for Foeblo-Mindeand 1911, not paid by July 10, IOI4, Children at Spring City, with tho ldoa will be collected by law. L. V. Chapln. of having an oporatlon performed. But tho lad had no sooner boon safely stowed la tho asylum than he took In tho Sideshow. 'Isltur-Tiis- i;. dwarfs of yours nre leave'. Ho was captured in Chester pardon mo, county and was brought to tho Jail rcttv iiljil Showman lrtinu ;m uliint dwnrfs. Mesgen- - hero and locked up. It Is understood . 'I'l' IttilltlT that Judge Solly will now sentence him to imprisonment instead ot the d If a portly, pompous person with a stern, doubtable warriors were stretched along the railroad track, in the shade of a line of freight cars. In sweet and blissful slumber slumber that would be voluntarily disturbed only when another pay morning rolled around. These pay mornings, by the way. aro by no means dally affairs. Very often the soldiers must rest content to receive nothing for a fortnight. Their stipend depends upon a variety of things chief of which Is the amount of constitutional money engraved and shipped from the Interior. Also, very often tho ofllcers nnd men must wait until sufficient "voluntary" contributions and "loans" have been made to the causo by the citizens of Tamplco and foreign business men. Strange to say, the "voluntary" contributions come almost Invariably from townfolk, who aro known In the past to have been friendly with the federals. z, scalpel. smells. "Japan, on the other hand, was never Invaded In her history; her blood was never Intermingled and her stock was allowed to remain pure. Her national character was developed without influence. The Shinto religion ot the empire has as Its cardinal principles purity of blood, spirit and environment. Japan was not exposed to the scourges and plagues that Korea's dirt and filth brought upon her. The feudal system sprang up In Japan, causing authority to be respected and discipline to be developed, "In 1910, Japan annexed Korea. Prior to that time, as many deaths as 900 a day had occurred in the city of Seoul alone; shortly afterwards not as many people died from the plague In the whole kingdom In one year. Japan forcibly vaccinated 5,400,000 people In one year. One hundred and sixty-eigh- t courts wero established, ghlng authority to 13,000 gendarmes. Hundreds of miles of roads are being built. Afforestation on an extensive scale Is being carried on. To encourage the silk mulberry worm industry 13.000,000 tree seedlings wore set out In one year. State and private hanks were established. The postal savings eastern was Installed and ono In every six families has a savings account. The people, at first suspicious, liavo learned that they will get their money back whenever they ask for It. In the first year after tho Japanese occupancy, tho rlco crop was doubled, and the wheat and barley crops grow from 14,000,000 to 30,000,000 bushols. Tho Japanese have built a model vlllago In every provlnco and aro encouraging people to build similar villages throughout tho kingdom." Mr. Kennan points out that Korea has tho samo geographical advantages as a groat portiou of tho eastern part of tho United States. "Slio is just as well fitted to bo tho homo of healthy, prosperous aud happy peoplo," ho says. "She Is located similarly to tho territory bordering on tho Atlantic coast from Portland, Me., to Charleston, S. 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Tlia Great Lobar Savor of the Home Every home, large or Swiftly-Sweeping, Easy-Runni- ne small, can enjn relief from, llroom drudgery and protection from tlie danger ot Hying Uuat "1H Dtmtlcy Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers Hat the romlinatin uf the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Uru-h- . cr cail operated and absolutely guar- anteeu. in duvt; 4 vacuum iirancr, way nui give the "Dmitlcy" a tr.J in your home at our expense? Write truiu. Icr (utl particular J AGENTS WANTED! aal CHIOAQO cZWV.VK Try Us For Neat Job Wo1 ajjaffltisMif'is "i'l'iliaiii Tn i BhifriBi .m ' ) rwtSaf'riiB'V'rt i'V t'.ii.l ,aliBiBililMfit ( 'liVi t irf.fBlTrllif n mAiIIbiI! i"iii!BBIyl7 ' i A hps to tlicir "7 Many men owe tlic grandeur of their tremendous difficulties. urgcon, Mrs. Sue Hoard, of Louisville, Is the guest of her grand daughter, Mrs. J. O. Hook and other relatives and friends. John D. Shaw, cashier of The Farmers Hank, make a business trip to Louisville last week. Mrs. Jnmcs H. Gardner had as her dinner guests last Thursday, Mcsdamcs William Downs, James W. Miller and daughter, Gardner Hoard and sou, of Oakland, nnd Mrs. Robert Hrnst, of Highland Park. Miss llcltie Taylor chaperoned the camping party to Sulphur Spring instead of Mrs. Mantiic Moorman as reported last week. Miss Carrie ColTce has resigned as night operator for the Cumberland Telephone Co. and returned to her home. Miss Coffee will take a summer course in the Howling Green Normal and will teach this fall Miss Mildred Chitwood, of Irviiigtou has taken her place. Misses Hess and Aliene Hook have returned from a visit to relatives in Owcnsboro. If you need u motor or horse power hay press or liny louder tit a bargain price, phone or address Irvingtun Hardware and Implement Co., Irvington. Miss Mildred Murray, of Indianapolis, 1ml., spent last week with Murray Heard. Mrs. Robert Hrnst and sou, Hobble, left Saturday for their home in Highland Park after a three week's visit to her sister, Mrs. James W. Miller. Mrs. Herbert Heard entertained to a six o'clock dinner last Tuesday evening the following persons: Mrs Joel H. File, of Washington, I). C, Mrs. R. C, Richardson, of Louisville, and Mrs. Percy M. Heard Mrs. V. W. Peyton has gone to to visit her father, Mr. Harda-wawho is ill. Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons, John Heeler and Donald, are at home from Kirk where they have been for a visit to Mr. ami Mrs. John Heeler. Mrs. Heeler has been sick. Miss Hannah Heard has arrived from Texas where she has been teaching expression for the last .school term. reductions on low cut Sensational shoes at It. 1?. Heard Js Co. Mrs J. W. Trent spent last week at Custer with relatives. C. L. Heard Sr., has returned home from Howling Green where he has been to visit his (laughter, Mrs. Lawrence Graham. He was accompanied home by little Miss Lillian H. Graham. Vivian Ilaswell, who. works for in Louisville, is here to spend his vacation with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Ilaswell. Hrad-stre- Mrs. A. C. TucVcr of Mook, has been the guest of Miss Hcttte Kinchcloc. Mr. and Mrs. 7., C, Hendrick were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, in, the country. Mr. and Mrs. Sam DcJarncttc and sou, ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED IEST FLOUR Hyron DcJarncttc, have returned from Clovcnxjrt where they have been for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sea ton. Judge Henry DcHavcn Moorman has flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted Snow gone to Washington I). C. for n visit. and free from adulterations any kind. Its The following arc On theslck list: Mrs. and baby, Mrs. T. C. purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations Cal Hendrick, Jr. , or how the Lewis, Mr. William Hendrick. THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON CALL Rev. William Jones, n Sunday School Missionary for the M. H. Church ConferIt is hest, costs no more than the rest why not use it? ence, preached st the M IJ. Church Sunday mornimr nnd evening. Rev. Jones Co. Mill & is an Hnglishman and n very pleasant speaker. Doom The Famous American Heauty Corsets arc still going at greatly reduced prices Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Krebs spent Sun H. F. Heard & Co. day in Louisville. This picture shows how Miss Virginia Ditto, of Hrandeuburg, 1600 people lost their lives is visiting Misses Rosa Lou and Meda Mis? Lydia May Huglish, of Clover- was the guest of Mrs. C. I). Hook Ditto. Miss Ditto is the daughter of port, This picture has never Mrs. Rosa Moonnon Ditto, who is re- Friday. played a small town hefore membered by n number of the people of Mr. and Mrs Hud Xeafus, of Guston, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. our town. We have rented this at a Mr. and Mrs. Miller DcIIavcn spent Ilollie Xeafus. For the next 30 days wo will close out our cntiro lino of hig rental fee, so come to the week end in the countiy with Mr. Miss Mabel Itoskins, of Glen Dean, nnd Mrs. William Hendrick. Mr. Hen- has been visiting friends in our town. see the greatest motion drick still continues ill. We have a very low price on a picture ever made. Mr. Hcrt Rountree, of Faducah, was motor and horse-powe- r hay press If you want some real bargains in paint see us before you buy the guest of Miss Virginia Ditto, Sunday. and hav loader. Call or address Let every body come out Saturday at Irvington Hardware & Implement J. lyo o'clock to hear the Co., Irviiioton, Ky. C. W. I'.cckham speak at the Court Special for this week only A larnc assortment of her Miss Fauline Sipes celebrated House Pocket Knives for the small sum of Tuesday by entertaining eighth birthday Miss Niram Willett's friends will be If you need a knife it will pay you to see our window display Delight wi number of her little friends. glad to know that she has a good position m 10 ful refreshments were served. with The Ashtabula business College at We are scllinjr lots of Fly Dope 25c per pint; also sprayer II. F. Conniff and Robert Lyon reAshtabula, Ohio. Miss Willett teaches for 25 cents. stenotype, short hand, typewriting, Kng-lis- h turned Thursday from an extended trip K. C. P., for Indigestion it will relieve that tired feeling. Resides the day work through the West. Spelling and Our Kidney Pills for that lame back ..50c Miss Marv F.Iia Marshall, of Hardinsshe also teaches three nights. Ashtabula L. is a town of siwral thousand and is only burg, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Abe two miles from Lake Urie. While her Howell. Kentucky friends are almost smothering Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shain, of Guston, We print and develop films. she is enjoying pleasant weathet. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mrs. Robert Hendrick has returned Miss Christine Hcok went to Clover-po- Sipes. from Clovcrport where she has been for Sunday to visit her aunt, Miss Hell n visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. HarMiss I la Payne has returnsd from a McGary. ney Stptires. visit to Miss Angie Gibson. The Quality Store Hardinsburg, Ky. buy your Clothing now at a great savWc have a low price on a motor Mrs. Fidelia Galloway has returned ing, the red tag prices are now on cloth-mg-nnd horse power hay press nnd from Louisville. She was accompanied F. Heard iv Co. home by her granddaughters, Thelma hay loader. Call or address the and Lucile Galloway, Irvington Hardware and ImpleOnly One "BROMO QUININE" Beckham Speaking, Mrs. X. H. Netherton was hostess to ment Co., Irvinnton, Ivy. To uet the eenulne. cnll for lull name. I1ROMO OUlNIN'l!. Lookforslenatuteof of the Presbyterian W. GROVIJ. CureB a Cold In Ouc Day. Stops the W. F. M. S. Mis.s Ke.ssie Hendrick is at home from 1!. couth and headache, aud works ol cold. 25c. church Thursday afternoon. Mr. Heckham will speak in the Amer Cloverport where she has been for a two The citizens of our town observed ican Theatre in this city, Saturday even week's visit to her aunt, Mrs. Larkin lug at 7:30. The room will be cooled Sunday as their first Sunday closing Gibson. with electric fans. At Irviiigtou he will Miss I, illicit Heard, assistant bookspeak from the porch of the Xeafus HoMiss Maggie Cowlev, of Sand Hill, keeper for the lmnk of Hardinsburg and of Louisville, is was the guest of Miss F.ula Xeafus last tel through thexkindness of Mr. Henry Miss Lelia Turner, Trust Co., is taking her vacation. Xeafus the proprietor. the gue.st of Miss Mary Cornwall. week. Dr. Flunks, an occulist, of Louisville Sam t'arrigan spent Sunday at his old Keene Johnson, of Leitchfield, wa came down last week to examine Mrs. IN MEMORIUM. home near Guslon. here Saturday working for the interest Heard's Mrs. Marvin Heard's eves. S. H. of Logan Female College. Hell and Mevhmes Robert friends will be sorry to know that she always Payne have returned from Garfield. continues ill. Allle I). Beard. you need a motor or horseIf R A Cnder and daughter, Llt7abetli, 9x12 I'rusels. Velvet and Crex or hay loader at One day, recently, a father and sou have a friend or anyone power hay Druggets are 'going at Red Ta Prices - j will Ii.ive the 17th for Aurora, III. a lmnrnin pi ire phon or address were moving a piano from one place on very dear to you, who H. F. Heard & Co. Mrs. A H, Suter, of Owenton, arrived Irv'mjitoii Hardware A Implement the platform to another. The boy, tall will have a birthday this almost as the father, but without his visit toiler parents, Mr. nes Hoard, of Louisville, is the Satunhy for a Miss Co.. Irvinpton, Ivy. strength, found his end too heavy to and Mrs. T. X. McGlothlan. uest of her aunt. Mrs. T. J. Hook summer, surprise them lift, and looked up at his father with an with a gift of appealing smile, deprecating his failure. The father said, "Too heavy for you Beautiful Rings, Pins, son," and coming to his aid, the piano the Heavenly was soon in place. Today Bracelets, Watches is rather says: "Is the burden too heavy Cuff Buttons for men make for you, my child? Let me help bear it. Shipwreck ...and... PUREST SWEETE: Snow Drift, BEST fMJfTHE Extra Fancy Self Rising FirsfPatent of Bob White Ice Bergs Drift ABSOLUTELY PURE ):0R TITANIC Met Her IT! Hardinsburg- Elevator Hardinsburg, Kentucky We Send Without Fail When Ordered by Mail PAINTS AT COST Thursday Night. July 16th Admission Cents Pocket Knives 25c City Hall Hardinsburg. Ky. Kodaks and Supplies rt Kincheloe's Pharmacy I.AXA-TIV- BIRTHDAY law-da- Presents I In Summertime! CARE If you pies Jewelry. and PICNIC s Grove, Webster, Ky. Baas I "We cannot say, and we will not say, Allie I), is dead; He is' just away. With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land, And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be since he lingers there. Think of him still as the same, I say; He is not dead, he is just away." For him death had no terrors, aud "was only life stopping in its singing to take breath for endless song," A lover of music, and one who promised to become proficient in that art. How the melodies of Heaven must en chant him! Can you not fancy him already joining in them? Not all of us finish the work given us to do in life so soon as did Allie D. Not all of us are so soon promoted to Heavenly glories, Shall we envy him? Shall we not rather follow after follow on to hear the won drous melodies; to behold Htm whom Allie D. trusted for salvation; whom he loved and served and worshipped? Aye, that is the crowning glory of Heaven to see Jesus and be like him. Let us, Allie D.'s schoolmates, class. mates, his dear ones, yea, all of us, re solve to take for our Savior from sin Him who saves to the uttermost all who come unto God by him. Aud let us rejoice that when the Good Shepherd came tp our flock and bore away to the Sheepfold on High one of the lambs, that He took one who loved Him and who went with Him unafraid. Praise God for the Mansion prepared Praise Him that we may go to him, and with our boy see Him as He is, and become more aud more like Him through- lovely presents. T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky i In Lyddan NOTICE! On and after this date, coal la 50 bushel lots and less will be sold for cash only. Thirty days will be allowed on 50 bushel lots and over with the privilege of one-hacent discount on bushel, If bill is paid on delivery of coal. City Coal Co., June 29, 1914, Clover-por- t, Ky. lf Saturday, July 18, 1914 By Modern Woodmen of America mm JwmiwHwnwm.j'iUsiai wiwrngmwmiMH Notice In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky. In the matter of Roland A Smith, a Bankrupt. On this 7th day of July, A. D., 1914, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 1 6th day of June, A. D., :0l4, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 19th day of September, A. D., 1914, before said court at Louisville, in said district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be - Come Early, Stay Late You Must Not Miss It! Confetti, Music, Fun and Laughter, Lemonade, Co0' Drinks' ,ce Cream' Al1 Kinds of Refreshments and Good Things to Eat finnr! Fiirct Place Rsrho UrtlUCUUUU, rildl-UlCCU6(j DinnGr U; -- ThisPicnicandBarbecuew.il be given by - (4 Music by Hanes String Band ii- I Camp No. 15,039, Modern Woodmen of America 200 Yards North of Webster Station; this will and blg v,aas a Water on the Ground; All come and Enjoy the day Managers: J-- j. Hxtl LyMm published one time in The Ilrcckenridge News, a- uewspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at aid, time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Kvans, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereout eternity. of, at Oweusboro in said district, on the May not this be placed on our records, 7tll day of July, A. D., 1914. aud a copy be given our Superintend-an- t A. G. Ronald, Clerk. M. K. Dunn, D, C. and his family, Tula C. Daniel, Tlda Mercer, Cores Old Sorci. Otter Rimtdlts Woo'l cm Uettie Taylor. The wont caset, no matter of bow long itandlng, by' the Hardinsburg Sunday School, Metho are curedAntiseptic wonderful, old reliable Dr. Healing- Oil. Porter's It rclicrca dist Church, SouUi, July 5, 1914. l'aia tad Ucalt at the tame time. 23c, Wc. JLOO. - V 1