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The Breckenridge news: July 22, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914072201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 22, 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. r THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 3 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914. Membership Campaign Tuesday, July 28th BECKHAM Everybody Join the Health League RIDE THIS WEEK- SPEAKS TO LARGE CROWDS AT LIFE'S CLOSE FOR FOURTH ANNUAL HAY - Court House Crowded with People From all Parts of Speak for The County, Hear the Two Hours on the Important Issues of the Senatorial Race. Ex-Gover- nor Well Known Young Man Passes Messrs. Fred Pierce and Frank Away After Illness of Six Weatherholt Are Planning A Big Outing For Their Friends Twenty One Years Weeks Old. Seventy-Eight ROYAL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE Invited. FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY. WILL GO TO TAR SPRINGS. Invitations printed in a unique style have been sent out to seventy-eigh- t young people by Mr. I'red I'ierce and Mr. I'rank Weatherholt for their fourth annual hay ride to the Tar Springs. It will be the twentieth birthday of Mr. I'ierce and the nineteenth birthday of Mr. Weatherholt. The celebration will be on a much larger plan than the previous A crowd has been invited from Irvingtou and a party from the L. II. Js St. L. U. R. Company, where Mr. I'ierce has a position. Wagons will leave here Saturday morning &t S a. 111. with the Cloverport party and that evening at 7:30 with the guests from Irvingtou and Louisville They will return Sunday evening. hay-ride- YOUNG MEN SHOW SPECIAL COURTESIES l i i Charlie Rodgers, twenty-on- e years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rogers one of the best known young men, of Grayson Springs, died at his home Tuesday after an illness of only six weeks, of Typhoid fever. Mr. Rodgers was the oldest son and held a good position with the Cumberland Telephone Co. He was home on a visit when he was stricken with the fever and lived only a short time. The funeral was held last Wednesday. The services were conducted by the Rev. Chas. Goff. His Ixxly was brought to his old home ami laid to rest in the Tarfork cemetery. Insures the most delicious and healthful food By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more articles of food may be readily made at home, all healthful, delicious, and economical, adding much variety and attractiveness to the menu. The " Royal Baker receipts for all kinds of baking and cookery, free. Address Royal containing five hundred and Pastry Cook, practical Baking Powder Co., New York. HOME WEDDING Miss Eva Bell Plank and Dr. Ernest Cecil McDonald, Married Yesterday Morning At 8:30 o'clock. Beckham was greeted at Hardinsburg last Saturday by an audience that fdled the Court house to overflowing. Kvery inch of space was d with an interested hearer and More than two hundred women greeted the and by their presence, gave dignity to the occasion and inspiration to the speaker. one o'clock Victor Pile, At half-pachairman of the Democratic County Committee, called the meeting to order andjuilge Henry Dehaven Moorman to the stand to introduce Mr. Beckham. Judge Moorman paid a high tribute to Mr. Beckham, his life, his character and his acts while in the service of the state and people, as a member of the Legislature, and as Lieutenant Governor and occu-Tfi'est Governor, He told in his introductory remarks, some facts in the life of the that opened up some interesting history in the politics of the state and the part Mr. Beckham played in it. His remarks were full of eloquence and well rounded periods that filled his hearers with convictions that the man he introduced was not a mere politician but a man who had rendered a great service to his state and the people. Xo man ever had a more pleasing introduction and what made it so impressive was the truth of his remarks. Mr. Beckham took the stand and for two hours in his plain, simple way and easy manner told why he was-- a candidate for the high office of United States f Continued A beautiful wedding was that of Miss fiva Hell Plank and Dr. firnest Cecil McDonald which took place yesterday morning at the home of the bride's sister Mrs. Ira D. Delicti and Mr. lichen. The Rev. Mr. William C. firank was the offThe members of the iciating clergyman. two families and a number of friends were present. The house was decorated in quantities of ferns and asparagus, tied with white tulle over the doors and windows. The ceremony took place in the par, or where an altar of green was arranged before the mantel, Jarge potted ferns e were placed on each side of the and combined with the green were cuttings of Queen Anne's Lace. The wedding music was rendered by Miss Rebecca B. Clarke Takes His Own Miss Margaret liurn. n Willis and Miss Martha Willis were At His Home Near Glen bearers, carrying streamers of white Mind Affected. tulle ami smilax from the door to the alfire-plac- Mowers. Her louquct was of pink roses and ferns and during the ring ceremony it was held by her nephew. Master David Marion lichen. The ceremony was followed by an informal reception: Fruit punch was served in the dining room by Miss Kdith Hum, who was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Harry G.Newsom.Mr. 1'. D. l'lank, the bride's father, and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Mattiugly, a sister of the groom. The out of town guests were: Messrs. George l'lank and sons, Messrs. Leslie l'lank and I'rank l'lank and Miss Jessie Katharine l'lank, of Owensboro. The bridal party left on the 9:21 train for Louisville. After a short wedding trip Dr. McDonald ami Mrs. McDonald will lit at home at The Castle. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN TUESDAY, JULY 28TH IN Health League will Solicit Members to Establish the Visiting Nurse Work in Breckinridge County Divided Into Seven Districts. wn s Life rib-Io- Dean tar. Miss fidith Plank was the maid of honor wearing a lavendar crepe de chine gown and carrying white roses The best mau was Dr. Harry Ritter, of Louisville a classmate of the groom, both having graduated the same year from the University of Louisville. The bride, who entered with the groom, wore a stylish tailored suit of blue with a small blue hat trimmed in French E3S3I 11. Clarke committed suicide at his home near Glen Dean by killing himself with a shotgun out in the yard. He left a note to his wife saying that he was loing his mind. Mr. Clark was 38 years old. on page 2) Mrs. Sallie Moorman has gone to Philadelphia to visit her niece, Mrs John E Matthews, and Mr. Matthews, campaign for the pupo-.- e of setting a visiting nurso for Cloverport Health League will be on the county, one who will come here next Tuesday, July 28. Hverv home in early In the fall to look after the sick the town will bo solicited for now mem and tubercular patients in this county. bers at one oollar per year. Funds to Hardmsljurg, Irvington, Stopln nsport bo used for establishing the visitirg nno C overport will all lu nurso work in Breckinridge county. raising the funds needed to get the The campaign will be the higgest nurse. Mesides the membership dollars, piece of imblic work over accomplished all cash donations, large or small, will In Cloverport in one day. The town ha Mpp'tc ated and should be handed has been divided into seven districts ti Miss Davison. and will be canvassed thoroughly next Kveryone should try to five a dollar Tuesday. Those who will solicit mem to thin treat work. If you haven't a bersare: Mrs. Wickltffe Detlavon and dollar, tr to make or save one, and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, the Hill; psrhaos yju may be able to save a life Miss Elizabeth Sklllman and MUs in this way. The nurse will mean the Irene Jarboe, Railroad to the River prevention of much sickness and sorstreets; Mrs. Robert Polk and Mrs row In our county. When you hear Fred Ferry, Business Section; Miss that dry cough, you hear the call for a Frances Smith and Mrs. Frank Kerry, vNiting nurse, some one to tell us how Second and Wall streets; Mrs, John A. to prevent that white plague that 1$ Ross and Miss Davison, Kastland: Mrs. spreading from one side of BreckinShelby Conrad and Mrs V. C. I'rank, ridge county lo the other. Let every Elm to Chestnut street. one join with dieart and hands and For the past six weeks Miss Davison money the Health- League of your has been in Hreckinridge county Torthe town. The membership - DEMOCRATS, Wipe Out aSBSjSSSSSHSfiV-'' RIGHT THE WRONG! the Stain Placed Upon the Democratic Party of Kentucky by These Four Traitors and Their Whiskey and Beer Trust Bosses ttBSSS BABKlStiHv w RilaV I L JZw-m- W pre i McNUTT CHARLTON LILLARD MUELLER Eight years ago the Democracy of Kentucky held a Primary Election to nominate a candidate for the United States Senate. More than 100,000 Democrats participated In that primary. Governor Beckham received a majority of the votes, carrying 91 of the 119 counties in the state. The Legislature which followed was Democratic m both branches, but Governor Beckham had enforced the law as to closing the saloono In Louisville on Sunday, and had stood for the County Unit Law, thereby incurring the enmity of the Whiskey Trust and the Beer Trust, and they sought his defeat In the Legislature. ' The above four men, elected as Democrats, betrayed their trust and voted for the RepueWcsn candidate, W. O. Bradley, thereby electing him to the Senate. WM Yon Cast a Vote On August 1st, ti Eiitrse Tin's Treachery? tf Mt, Vttt ftf J. C. W. fcttan, atl tit the Wrong Dow Km and the Democratic Party fni Four Weeks to Wait for a Good Time Greater Efforts and Bigger Plans Than Ever are Being Made For a Great t Breckinridge County Fair Hardinsburg, Kentucky Make Your Plans Now and Invite Your Guests u to Come AUGUST 18, 19, 20, 1914 Positively the Best Line ot attractions Ever Offered by any Fair. Splendid Display of Fine Stock in Show Rings. Races of the Fastest Kinds. Special Notice to the Young Women Send us some of your needle work for Floral Hall. There are many gifted young girls in the county and we want their work to inspire others. Let us have a piece of your embroidery or some of your culinary accomplishments C V. ROBERTSON President I J. son were grieved to hear of his death which occurred at his home near Hig Springs the 17th He had been sick only a short time, and his death was a shock to his friends here. We failed to mention the death of Mrs Ova Gray's father, Mr. "Auk" Lyons, who died about two weeks ago at his home near here. He was buried at Custer in "Good Hope" cemetery Our school begins here Monday, Julv 27, with Miss Nell Cashman as piinci- pal, and Miss Claru Kskridge as assist 8-I- ED. DILLON Secretary stale!!..!!) an a scholar. Mr. Ileckham ! number, who had taken little interest in -- t att ntion and his speech the August primary became enthusiastic li.u t tin in the importance of giving the nomitiu w i well rei er. eil I Ciiut'lnui'il from tiou to Mr. Beckham. Irvlilgton At left for That night the Mr. Ileckham took I'rom Hurdin-tlmrSenator and asking tin people to.iUpnrt Oweusboro where he was greeted by a liim for that oflke. lie told of the criti- a tram that was kindly livid up two hours large crowd from every town in Daviess cal period when lie lieejuie (Voveruor in for him, arriving at Irvitigton about five and Henderson county. the death of Governor Goehel. How he p. m. where a large crowd greeted him. brought pe.ice and iiiet from a state of He was introduced In the Hon. A. J. Notes. He made disorder and strife among the people. Thompson, of Meade county. from there How he .secured a million and a quarter a twenty minute speech and Joe Trent, Vic Tile, Wade I'ile, Dave dollars from the United States Govern- took the train for Cloverport where he and Charlie was greeted by a party of young Demo-crat- s Walls, Campaign Secretary ment and p lid off the lug debt left oil Heard met former Governor Ileckham at They headed by Mr. Itrabandt. the state liya Republican Governor, how Irvitigton Saturday. he built the state c ipitol. paid for it, and es;orted him to the residence of Mr J.I). ' ll.ibb.ige where he was welcomed by Mis. turned it over to the !eop!e free from Vic and Wade Pile I '.in I Comptou, delit. How he secured legislation that Itabbage and a party of friends Mr. to hear Mr. IleckIleckham rested for a few minutes and came to Cloverport made ninety countieV in the state "dry" ham. and many other lefonu measures in the then went to the American Theater interest of the people. His remarks a- - where another large crowil greeteil him. 1). M. Duncan and .sick Richardson, Gov. Ileckham was introduced by Mr. long these lines were not made in a of Hrandenblirg, were here Saturday boasting way. They were plain, simple V. G. Uabbage. In the audience were a night to hear Sir. Itcckham. truths that the people had forgotten and number of women, several Stanley men That which had only to be reminded of to make ami alsoa few Progressives Cleve Heudrick, campaign chairman, them impressive. He spoke of his op is true all over the State is true in Gov-er()ami that is the young men are for ami Dave Walls, campaign secretary, are ponents in a dignified way and while his doing gooil work in the Beckham camremarks were keen and cutting they had lleclham The) admire his quiet, steady and uulio.istful manner whict few public paign. The county is thoroughly orthe manner in them of a gentleman, ganized under their work. . men possess. BECW SPEAKS r or Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay or straw. Mc-Cormack ant To feci strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the family system tonic. Price, 1.00. 000 I 000 T T. P. M. BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. 000 000 rt u. ninTi in a DlnlnUAT Presents In Summertime! always CARE If you have a friend or anyone very dear to you, who will have a hirthday this summer, surprise them with a gift of Jewelry. Uoautiful Rings, Pins, Bracelets, Watches and Cuff Buttons for men make lovely presents. t T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky Irvingou had a splendid turn out to hear Mr. Ileckham. There were three what you should know of a man before you place him in office" said Gov. Heck or four hundred voters present. He will ham, begiuiug his address. This can be get a good vote in Irvingtou. told only by his past record, l'roiu this Whenever You Need a General Tonic remark the Democrats could recall his Take Grove's Weese. splendid record in the highest office of The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless t, Dr. and Mrs. 13. H. Parrish, of the state of Kentucky; what he did to chill Tonic is equally valuable as a returned home Saturday after help the tobacco growers, to free the General Tonic because it contains the well known properties of QUININE state of debt and best of nil to veto the and IRON. tonicacts on the Liver, Drives a pleasant visit with friends and home It County Unit I.aw in 1906 which closeil out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and folks. Mrs. Chas. Hyde was in Cannelton Builds up the whole bystem. SO cents. hundreds of saloons in Kentucky. shopping Thursday. Gov Ileckham spoke loyally of l'resl dent Wilson and told the people he was Mrs. Mary Bailey, of Little Rock, the typeof a man who could be trusted Ark., is visiting relatives here. with the important business of our gov Mr. and Mrs. Jared Kinder received eminent, not a man who is always talkHorn, to the wife of Edgar Thorn-hll- l a telegram Sunday morning saying ing, and not a man who is always off his their son, Floyd, who is working in the the 17th, n little girl. job and away from the work intrusted to harvest at Hooker, Okla., Is ill of ty Mis. Charlie Barnes' mother, Mrs. him by the people. The phoid fever. They left Sunday to be at impressed that people should jiost pouc I.ony, is visiting here for a few weeks. his bedside. their victory from the time when the Judge Davis Dowell and wife were Dr. and Mrs. David White enter votes are counted until the end of the guests of relatives here last week, tained at a 0 o'clock dinner Tuesday man's term or office. If he has been Mrs, Ada Adklsson and little son, evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Par faithful servant to the office to which he Charlie, who have been visiting her rish, of Stephensport. was elected, then celebrate, for the vic sister, Mrs. Ova Gray, have returned Floyd Lewis, of Fairbault, Minn., is tory is not known until the man is tried to their home near Cloverport. , visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isoni und found worthy of the place given him. Alva liasham and Miss Ollie Marr Lewis. The party has the right to claim victory attended the all day service at Rosetta Earl Weatherholt will leave the first then. Sunday. of next month forOwensboro, where he Gov Ileckham struck a chord in the Mr. and Mrs. I. 11. Richardson and is going into the dairy business with hearts of the best people when he came sons, Morris and Ralph, visited rela his uncle, D. II. Weatherholt. out in plain words for temperance. They upplauded him many times when he as- tives in Hardinsburg Sunday. Mrs. Alex Clark died Thursday Mr. ann Mrs. Tom Gray were visitors morning. She had been sick some time sured the people he was against the liqHis speech made alt the of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory Sunday. with tuberculosis and her death was uor trust. Ileckham men stronger than ever and a The many friends of Mr. Willis Law- - not unexpected. She leaves a father, Steph-enspor11 "A man's ideas, what he stands for and his efficiency for public ser ice, is Mrs. Mattie DeWeese and Miss Lsona Suddarth were iu Cannelton shopping Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mckinney spent Saturday in Cloverport visiting rela tives. They were accompanied home by Miss Laura Satterfield, whe will visit them for a few days. Mrs. Mattie DeWeese was called to Rome Friday on account of the illness Mrs. Ann De of her mother-in-la- 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, Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, Stains and And they will cost you 25$ less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and wo will send you our PAINT BOOK frt: It gives prices and other valuable information. , Kentucky Paiat MFg Company, (.Incorporated) 313 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mext Monday is County Court day at Hardinsburg. Commissioner Walls has three tracts of land to sell and Will Visit Abrsad. Dennie Sheeran a number of tax lists. Mr. Win. Tabellnir. of Wichita. There will be something doing in Judge Kins . recently visited his brother. Chas. Tabeling. He will leave here Dowell's court too. Wednesday for a trip to Germany and husband and three children, the least being an infant only four months old. The funeral was conducted from the M. B. church Saturday Hfternoon. County Court Next Monday. - 2 Switzerland. Want ads are sura wimws the time of his demise he was a teacher Y0UN6M0THER in the Sunday School here nnd will be greatly missed as he took so much interest in teaching his class. He leaves n Fw The Webster Stone Compa wife two little children and an adopted Answers Death Summon-Leav- es ny Oolite Goes in Many Tons sister, Mrs. Claudlc Wright, in Califor-niHusband And Four Small Childrto mourn for him, but their loss is en-Only To Columbus and Cincinnati . just his gain. The bereaved have the Twenty Years Old. sympathy of the writer. RUSH OF ORDERS. a, The Webster Stone Co., of IrviiiKlon, for their crushed rock and ground lime thnt they had to turn over to Mr. S W. Davis, of Mystic, a contract for five cars a day for crushed rock. They have an order from the Kosmos-dat- c Cement Company for 15 cars daily, 80,000 capacity crushed stone. They also have orders for their ground Oolite stone, 150 tons to Columbus, Ohio, and two firms In Oincinuati, one for 600 tons and one for 1500 tons. This is to be used for asphalt filler and fertiliser. The crushed rock for the Kosmosdale y Company goes into cement. This is supplying cement to build the Government dam below West l'oint. U having stich a rush of orders cofn-pan- Cured of Indigestion. Mrs SndlJ P Clawson, Indiana, Pa,, was bothered with indigestion. "My stomach pained me night and day," she writes. "I would feel bloated nnd have headache and belching after cat In? I also suffered from constipation. My daughter had used Chamberlain's Tablets nnd thoy did her so much goud thnt she gave mo a few doses of them and Insisted upon my trying them. They helped me as nothing else has done.'' For sale by all dealers, ' Party For Miss Conniff. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Alex Clark, of ICImwocd, Ohio. Mrs. Clark was III of tuberculosis only four months. I'ive weeks ago she came to the home of nor parents, t, Mr. and Mrs, John McKinney, In whero she died Thursday morning. She was a member of Mil) Creek Methodist church, from where the funeral services were held Friday afternoon, and the remains were laid to rest in the Toblnsport cemetery Mrs. Clark was only twenty years old. Besides her parents and husband she leaves four small children, the youngest four months old. 'fob-Impor- A Potc Drink in- - Each of ike ninetCs .i different ients that enter into Parfay carries its Beat Diarrhoea Remedy If you have over used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you know that It Is a success. Sam F. Quirt, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had measles and got caught out in the rain, and It settled In my stomach and bow-elI had an awful time, and had it not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possibly have lived but a few hours longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am now well and strong." For sale by s. Irvington, Ky., July 20. (Special.) Miss Margaret Conniff was the hosConstipation causes headache, Inditess to n delightful week end patty at gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For a her beautiful home In Maple street. mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Her guests were as follows: Misses Hegulcts. 25c a box at all stores, Guedry Uramletl, Leila Turner, of Louisville; Julia Lyon, Eliza Piggott MEMORIAL nud Nell Smith. Cans Old Sor::, Otter Remedies Won't Ctrl The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieres Fain and Ueals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Vt maker s guarantee of purity. The manu- acturers ct Parfay prove that each ingre- dienfcis pure by their own searching tests. Parfay is made under conditions of ideal cleanliness. Every possible care and precaution is taken. Each and every gallon of Parf ay is uniformly pure. In memory of my dear husband, Jesse Askins, who died May 30, I9I I, arc the following lines: Only few short da) s have passed away, Since you, dear husband, were called is the loss that we sustain, But hope in Heaven to meet again. Peaceful be thy sleep, dear husband, all dealers. Mrs. J. S. DeJarnette, of Lewlsport, Oh, how sweet to breathe thy name; has bought the entire stock and fixtures In life we loved you dearly, of the local bakery shop of Frank Old In death we do the same. ham at this place and took possession We often sit and think of you, When we are all alone, tbe first part of the week. Mrs. DeJar- For memory Is the only thing nette bag moved Into the apartments That grief can call his own. Carlt Chappell and daughter, Mrs. over the store. She has retained Mr. Sadly missed by his wife, Mrs. Jesse Oldham to do tbe baking and expects Askins, and children. of Mystic, spent part of Glen Macey, to make arrangements to furnish hot last week here. lunches In connection with her bakery Never can tell when you'll mash a Mesdames W. L. nlack and Taylor establishment. Hancock Clarion. finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or Cotnpton attended the ordination of Rev. scald. lie prepared. Thousands rely Curl at English, Wednesday. Ordinance No. 104 to Establish on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your Miss I.isha Hasliam spent part of last druggist sells it. 2."c and 50c. the Salary of Pound Keeper. .week with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Basham, of Lodiburg. The Home Place Clifty Spring. The City Council of the City of Rev. Blackburn preached two very indo ordain as follows: A salary of Sunday and was teresting sermons here ($15 00) fifteen dollars per month shall William Coomes. of Harned. writes accompanied back to Amnions, where he be uttuched to the office of pound keepmeeting, by Miss Ivou-el- er in the City of Cioverport, Ky , paya- of his place as follows: "Dear Mr. is in a protracted ble out of the City funds, This ordi- Babbaee: At vour invitation, I write Black. nance shall become effective from this, you a few words why I call my farm was the 1st day of June, 11114. Herman Claycomb. of Payncville, 'Clifty Spring." People who know me CHASW. HAMMAM, Mayor. here Saturday. well have known my farm by this Attest: Paul Lewis, Clerk. Joe Claycomb was in Garfield one day name for fourteen years. "How are last week. things at Clifty Spring," sounds cheery. Cioverport "Electrically." Mr. and Mrs. Otis Severs and baby of The main spring on the farm runs be Dear Mr Babbage: I enclose chec t neath a limestone cliff, hence the Union Star, spent Sunday with Mrs. covering renewal of subscription to name. T raise horses, mules, cattle. Sever's uncle, Ottis Stiff. hogs, sheep and pure-bre- d poultry, and The peopli around here will meet here the News for another year. 1 notice that Cioverport people are have a small net profit at the end of next Saturday afternoon to clean off the cemetery and also clean the church learning to do things "Electrically." each year. I enjoy the prosperity of dep'oro anything that preparatory to the meeting which begins This is certainly indicative of a very my fellow-man- , progressive spirit, as well as civic destroys peace and good will In the -. . .jiiimrt; in llflc lilt: 11191 C.....1.... t.i Autrtict pride Trv the "Nitrogen" lamp for community, couitry, state or nation." Several from here attended the picnic street lighting. It is great. Very truly given by the M. W. A. at Webster, last yours, E L. Moorman, Uebit, Wis., Only One "BROMO QUININE" Saturday. It was quite a success. Water, Gas & Electric Co. To cet the genuine, call for full name, LAXAare made sad by the Again our hearts TIVE IIROMO UUININH. Look forsiennture of K. W. GROVH. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops death of our friend and neighbor Oral NOTICE. couch and headache, and works off cold. 25c. Coomes who died July 16, 1914. He was Notice is hereby given, that the firm born August 14, 1882. On June 2, 1907 Dr. McDonald Honored. he was married to Miss Kffie Norton of Gregory nnd Company, composed of union was born fourchildren James M. Lewis nnd the late Mrs. Uliza and to this Dr. E C. McDonald was honored two of which had preceeded him to their G. Gregory, is dissolved, and that James Thursday night with a dinner given on heavenly home- - Oral professed faith in M. Lewis is now the sole owner. the Bohemia by several of his men Jas. M. Lewis. Christ and joined the Baptist church at R. N. Hudson, friends. The decorations in yellow and this place at the age of is years and lived As Kxecutor of ISlua G. Gregory white were attractively carried out. A large white cake surrounded with a consistent member until death. At sunflowers and asparagus ferns formed the centerpiece. The place cards, white , wore tied with yellow and satin ribbons and two tiny wedding bells. A delicious nienu was served by Miss Hay Lewis Ileyser and Miss Edith A. Plank. Jim Webb was valet for the occasion. Those invited were: Messrs CIov-erport la 1 i- Bakory Has Changed Hands. Great away ; So as you step to the nearest fountain to get your Parfay you can do so with the assurance that your drink is not only delicious, cooling, refreshing but that it is also absolutely pure. Here. There. Everywhere At Founts CJ? or Bottled THE OLD RELIABLE Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us heart-shaped- Official Primary Ballot Official Primary Ballot Official Primary Ballot H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Climb. Phone 18. Residence flttllman House Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky DEMOCRATIC PARTY For United States Senator (For Full Term) REPUBLICAN PARTY PROGRESSIVE PARTY For United S.tates Senator (For Full Term) 1 Chas. White, I'red Ferry, Paul Lewis, Frank Mattingly, Ira Hehen, William Pate, Marion Denton, Fred Frame, Or. McDonald. Will Mitchell. Lafe Uehen, David Phelps and Dr. Simons. Severe Attack of Colic Cured. K. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia and other Southern States, was taken suddenly and severely ill with colic. At the lirst store he :a-n- to the merchant recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. Two doses of It cured him. No one should leave home on a journey with out a bottle of this preparation. For sale by all dealers. e Office Over M V: Farmers Bank CNJ Ft P. . For United States Senator (For Full Term) j KENTUG a X' M d ft I I ram M T, us.-- jv c. w. huckham JAMES B. McCRRARV A. O STANLKV RICHARD P. ERNST 1 1 BURTON VANCE. GKO. W. JOLLY.. jJ I I I,ATT V McIvAUGHUN AUGUSTUS E. WIU.SON. SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harness Slako Student's Judging Contest $1,000 Roadster Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment For United States Senator (For Unexpired Term) JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. For United States Senator (For Unexpired Term) HENRY D. IUTZPATRICK School Opens At Kingswood. TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Kingswood, Ky., July 20. (Special) Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork Kingswood school opens the eighth of September. Young men and women, CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS you are the architects of your own for WM. MARSHALL, BULLITT. . D. H. SMITH GRAND tunes. Rely upon your own strength of FIREWORKS body and soul. Take for your star DISPLAY BHNN&TT H. YOUNG.. For Congress self reliance. Keep at your hulm and your own ship, and remember steer For Catalogue and Entry Blank Addr.u Reduced Railroad Rates that the great art of commanding Is to W. SHERMAN BALL Congress For take a fair share of the work, Think well of yourself, strike out, assume LOUISVILLE, KY. 705 Paul Jones Building, LINDSEY MORRISON BMNiJOHNSON your own position, rise above the en and jealous, fire above the mark vlous Z. T. PROCTOR you Intend to lilt. Energy, invincible JOHNW.BOYD determination, with a right motive, Can't Miss An Issue. NOTICE! are the levers that move the world. lie Kentucky, In earnest, be telfreliant, be generous, V. Robertson, Clerk of the County Court within and for Breckinridge County, On and after this date, coal in 50 I C. correct IWt of candidates for nomination for the be civil, advertise your business by bushel lots and less will be sold for Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed do hereby certify that the foregoing is an accurate and fellow-mecash only. Thirty days will be allowed 50 cents for which send tae the News hold on August 1, 1914, and arranged under your works, love your God and various offices to bo voted for at the Primary Election to be love truth and virtue, and come I on 00 bushel lots and over with the six months. I feel like I can't do withofficial ballot certified to mo by the Sec- cent discount on privilege ot one-ha- lf tka emblem of the respective party aB they will appear upon the to Kingswood, where you can tlnd a .bushel, if bill it paid on delivery of coal, out your paper. Please send me this worthy faculty and every ,City Coel Co., June 29, 1914, Olover- -, week's issue. As ever, Mrs. L. C. V. ROBERTSON, Clerk trust Tlerney, Heynolds Statton, R, No U port, Ky. n n;,l0r m hand this 15th day of July, 1914. "BATTLE OF MEXICO" J. L. DENT, Secretary, n. n i THE BKECktftiUDtiE INO. I) NEWS, cologne. pair of white cocks, one- pair of gray socks and a botllo of German Theso gifts mado us feel like a spring chicken. The rains last week' feci better. Hindu tUntt.oi. , editor and Publisher -- Hi- ktv Wednesday. JULY everything look bettor nnd everybody THIS PROSPEROUS BUSINESS MAN WAS A "PRUDENT" YOUNG MAN HE BANKED CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, 22, 1914 Mr; Babbago is at Hardinsburg every Monday. HILL HIS MONEY. ARE YOU if' ' urn EiGHT PAGES. BUSINK-S HEMS insertion. CARDS OK THAN ICS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. for at the- rato of 5 cents per line, money OBITUARIES in advance. Examine tin I11M n vur paper. If it is not correct pleaso L' LS 10c ier line, and 6c for each additional If i our friend is a help, a joy, an inspiration, ti ll lilm so. There are discouraged heart everywhere, just him gty for appreciation. Kint; Crenshaw, of OlasROW. Ky., who Is spending a month at the springs, wni amonir the visitors in town last week. Mrs. Leon MeGavock with her visitors, Mrs. Addle Ireland, of Rvansvllle, and Mrs Robert Hrown, of Warsaw, Ky., spent Saturday with Mrs. Hilary ness of peritonitis, passed away about 10 o'clock a. m on the 10th. Body InHe terred in Irvlnglon cemetery. leaves a wife and live children. Miss Allcnc Hardaway, after a picas hnt visit with relatives anil friends, leaves the middle of the week for BANKING YOUR'S? mi, m West Point. Miss Hcssle Footo spent'Sunday with her aunt, Mrs Sue Jolly, of Irvlngton. Carl Gompton Is at home after a two weeks' visit In Oklahoma and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Comptou spent a few days last week at their old homo near Sample. Hob Morris Stlth Is with relatives in Louisville for a week. Through the auspices of the Fresh Air League, of Louisville, the city children of the poor and crowded dls tricts, who could have no other possible chance, are given an opportunity to visit in the country. Mrs. C. II. Drury and others In the IJewlcyville neighborhood will have a boy for a two weeks' staj. Any one wishing to do a noble deed and make a child, boy or girl, happy can give some city child a visit In the home. Apply to Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Irvington. notify us. BKN JOHNSON'S KKCOUD AS PUBLIC OFFICIAL. tn'li't ' 'V of expressing to a faithful public Ono of tin1 in- official tint hi jr smi' appreciated iss through the ballot Hardin. d irimifviiig (o a public man than a pro-h- " Mrs Harden, of Mcfjundy, has been it box. Few pt'ople ho represents, of his ollicial visiting her sen, Gnrlield Hurden. cndor tin'' Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sattcrfield acts. the nttcntion of the voters of spent Saturday in Louisville. to It is haidly i Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Noble have ' mil record made by Congressman Ben ' Breckenridge c that Mr. moved to I'rof. Culton's house. B eeui'iiridgo county knows "' Johnson. Even The infant twin daughter of Mr. and bit be has been more than faithful Johnson has done In u t Mrs. Lee died of whooping cough last llniM District Committee, has saved Thursday. The other twin not expect that he, as Clwiin inn s of dollars. Mr. Johnson is a ed to live at this writing country ni"ie this hi ughout the whole country as a Nntional figure; In Miss Maud Smith, of Stephensport, rights, as a terror to crooks. In was a visitor on the hill last week. ! staunch advocate ol ' in him one of the Nation's ablest Henry Shrewsbery, of Kirk, was a Congress his collrnf. i visitor of his daughter, Mrs. Burden, representatives i f t " ri'ss speaks for itself it tells the last week. Mr, Johnson's i" Mrs. Baker, of Yelvington, Is with I it nc good story of dutie.- - w her granddaughter, Mrs. Len Camp n single instance in the Congressional bell, for a few weeks. JVo man cmi point i thinif-nounee- " I Prosparity comes only to him who MAKES it for himself. It is easy to gain if you will only do what your common sense tells you to do work, save; DEPOSIT your money and let it stay in the bank. not dabble in this is the sure road to RUIN. sure road to SUGGESS. Do GET-RIGH-QUI- specotation; ! Play SAFE; this is the ' Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 WEBSTER. Mrs. Sam Dugan and children, of Walter, Okla., aro visiting her mother, Mrs, Georgia Claycomb, and other friends here. Miss Moorman, of Harned, has returned homo after a pleasant visit to Miss Lelia Stewart. Earl Puyne and Charlie mons are in on a visit from forniu. Wc aro glad to report Miss Ossie Payne much improved after several weeks serious illness. Rain is still badly needed and crop prospects aro light. II. II. Notion, tho largest live stock dealer in tho county, was on the market this week with cattle and sheep. Several from hero attended the meeting at Irvington Sunday. Miss Alta St. Clair entertained the young people Monday to dinner. The Woodman picnic was quite a sficcess financially and otherSim-Cali- Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. career of Ben Johim No man can point to terest of the peop Tberefoie, tin him on Saturday . n In- - was not found on the rig lit side. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson I his that was not cast in the in- - Louisville Saturday. wont to hardinsburg, Ky. I ' any ever before n tcr way to comini-- d Let the D. n and convineii.p.y : Breckenridge en rejoice that our K that he has to i ridding Wnshint world hus ever i i It in him is not Johnson, si net ut nn thoc ipinh i years, an unopened letter from Gcr many having kept them apart. He is the brother of Albert and Frank Tabe llng of this place. hi-- s Jas. Ucndrlck has gone to Hardins- burjr to sec his brother, Zeno Hendrick, who is reported critically III. Mrs. Jesse Miller, who has been sick for several days, is much improved. Mrs. Randall from the vis rn rotor to the private life of Ben iting her daughters, Mrs country is Mrs. Ray and :lifnl to a public trust unless he has Smiley. a good citizen, a good neighbor, a L Breckenridge county will honor ii a majority, larger perhaps, than county. There is no bet-i- t fur hi" good work, nridge county stand to him (irmly the people that we. the voters of lecord in Congress, and that wc us become a terror to grafters, and 'ni, at least, been instrumental in iii'ime-irang of corruptionists the f W. M. Tabellng, of Wichita, Kans , is here on his way to Essen, Germany, to attend a family reunion of his family who have been separated for 30 CLEARANCE SALE! I H While they last all Screen Doors, Windows, and Screen Wire AT COST. friend of tho ponpi Go to Nelson Mim of the Fourth District Congress-- r hild, and you will learn from the i'ie that he has, even from his boy- known as a good, true friend of the n i m n hear many pretty stories of Ben the churches and schools, and you Johnson's liberality n mi n i ' vwill learn also that bf bum a very rich man had he kept So long as his money lasted Ben his purse-string- s dinw rti' churches, Johnson found moie enl. gi'inimo pleasure ;n nsii-tin- g schools and the needy j .i : than he did in anything else. Make his majority in Mivckenridge county on Saturday, August 1, as big as tho vote pnllnl. man. and ask any nn lips ot Ben .lolnisoi." liood up to this oi poor. In Nel.-oin I j Don't Want to Carry them owr Good lot to select from. i mf MR. BUCK HAM AT OWLNSBOUO. Mr. Beckham had an ovation at Owcnsboro. More than a thous- here. ' and people heard him and applauded him. The Owenboro Messenof S. B Laslle shipped a ger suys editorially, commenting on his speech and the result in the stock to Louisville Thursday night. primary, says: Mrs. Judson HIckerson died of blood "Mr. Beckham will win tho nomination hands down. That was poison Tuesday afternoon evident three months airo. Nothing has meanwhile transpired to While we regret the loss of Mr. and change tho situation. Mr Stanley has made a most vigorous can- Mrs. Zen a. Shellman, of ourcommunl ty, we wish them much happiness and vass. He is an indefatigable worker and a wonderful talker. But prosperity in their new home at he seems to bavo made little headway. Gov. McCreary has made none nt all. Both of them have encountered a wave of public sentiMrs. Andrew Basham, of Stephens-por- t, ment that it was impossible to brook. Is visltlnc her mother, Mrs. Gld "Opposition to Beckham is useless. Ho will get more votes, Bobbins. Mrs. Judith Cordrey has returned to many more votes, in the primary than Stanley and McCreary s His race for the nomination is won. Further acrimonious her home In Cloverport after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. speaking should bo ended. It can be only destructive of party harMiller of this place. mony. It is time to bo looking forward to November." Owen Wheeler, of Hardinsburg, was the guest Sunday of his sister, Mrs. L. Tho Henderson Route is ono of tho busiest roads in tho State. A. Stewart. Their freight traflic is tho heaviest it has been in years. They are running double header trains both East and West, and trains in two BEWLEYVILLE and tbrco sections to hand e their immense freight business. They car-load t. com-oined. fen-day- Roy Peckenpaugh, who has been visiting relatives here, returned to his home in Louisville accompanied by his cousin, Miss Myrtle Armstrong. Kskriage, of Owensboro, is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. S. H. Eskrldge. Sidney Armstrong, who has been In wise. Illinois for some time, has returned to Peyton Claycomb has completed his home here. and moved into his now house Wc gladly welcome Mr. and Mrs O which is a neat, convenient cotI). Shcllman back in our town. tage. Mrs. Compton and daughter, of De A. L. Kendall and family visitrolt, Mich , are visiting relatives near I also carry and am selling at close prices: Building Material of all Kinds, Windows, Doors, Lime, Sand, Plaster, Cement, Building ra? Brick, M Hardware, Roofing, Sewerpipe and Farm Drain 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. gas; ted his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Board, of Ekron, Saturday and Sunday. As wo see tho Senatorial race it is in tho main a wet and dry contest. 'Beckham leuding the dry's; Stanley tho wets. The samo crowd in Louisville, Lexington and Covington that elected Willson Governor, Bradloy Governor and U. S. Senator, aro now trying to defeat Beckham. Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: Always In office during ofllcu hours Irvington, Ky. Now is the time to subscribe Our Breckenridge County Fair. Mr. Robertson said Monduy to The Breckenridge News: "I wish so much that every man, woman and child in this county would get interested in our fair." Wo want, he said, "to make it a success. So does every director, und wo can't do it unless the people help us Wo would liko to hnvo a good showing of stock from tho county. To make this interesting wo have decided to mako ull stall rent free to county exhibitors. Wo want them to come tho first day, as it, will bo the Big Stock Day, and a fine list of premiums will ho given on tbut day. There is a special premium of .$25 given by Paul Compton, Cashier of tho Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., which should bo specially attractive to tho tobacco growors. Tell tho people," ho said, "to got busy und come. Wo will have tho biggest and best fair over hold in tho are aso busy doing construction and repair work. They are raising tho track four to live feet for three miles west of West Point. At Pilchers, tho now station for tho Government dam, they are busy to tuko caro of their big business putting in switches and at this point. Thoy uro having a lino local business in wheat, coal and crushed stone. Prosperity has surely como to the Henderson Route, and that means prosperity to many people and farmers all along thoir lino of road. Wo notico when tho railroad is busy it puts new lifo and otiorgy into every other line of business, and why not give them a fair show and good treatment. It is time to quit tho everlasting knocking on the railroads. They uro the people's best friend in good times and in bad times. side-tiack- s Tho First Stato Bank moved into their new building last week. building. There is nothing This is a handsome, cosey home-likgaudy about its construction. It is plain, substantial, solid built not for show hut for hervico. We congratulate Mr. Piggott, tho president; Mr. Pay no, tho cashier, and their substantial board of directors, in building so wisely their n sw home. May it stand as an everlasting honor to thoir good names and wise business management e Tho Brcckenridgo News had a birthday yesterday. It ws 38. Tho editor also had a birthday. Ho was fli) and felt just us young, or younger, than ho did at 41). lie got three birthday presents ono II. Drury took his annual boat 15th on the commodious steamer, Indiana. There were 26 In the party, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury, Mr and Mrs. Gus Allen, Mrs. Emma Beery and Miss Mannle Hayden, of Kansas City; Misses Ethel and Hattle Williams, Elsie Baxter, Mary Smith, Kenneth Smith, Ernest Stlth, Mrs. A. A. Baxter and son, Andrew, of Gus ton; Mrs. Herbert Beard, Misses Hannah and Judl h Ellen Beard, Mary LaRue Beard, of Hardinsburg; Miss Jane Llghtfoot, of Cloverport; Misses Sarah Dean Moorman, Mallle Moorman and Sallle Moorman, of Glen Dean; Eugene Jordan, of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Ernest Dowell, Mrs. Jim Miller and Grover Dowell, EkronjMiss Ethel Baxter, of Illinois. Miss Ada May Footc Is visiting relatives in Louisville and Lebanon June tlon. Mrs. Frank Peyton has returned to Hardinsburg attar a week's stay with her father, T. P. Hardaway. W. G. Lawson, after a week's. ill- C. Wanted! 150 trip the Stock Hogs 40 to 100 Pounds Will also buy a few Sows and Pigs. Write or Phone A. T. BEARD, :: county." Subscribe Today Hardinsburg, Ky. C6e Breckonridge News WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914 Beautiful Parties. Entered nt the Post Odllco nt Cloverport, Ky an second clrm mutter. rWS.PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE WANTED! Man of integrity and good habits to take one-ha- lf I GENERAL OFPICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES R4TCb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS interest and assist For Precinct and city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices For State nrnl District Offices. ...f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line..... ... For All Publications In the Inter-es- t of Individuals or expression 10 c( individual views per line $ 2. GO Announcement We are authorised to nnnounce HON. REN JOHNSON ana candidate for the Democratic nominaCongress for tlio Fourth Commu tion for nal District, suhject to the action of the Primary to bo held la August. 1911. Wo I running a local business which i II has no competition. 'Best paying II opportunity for a live man on the Ohio River between Louisville and ' Paducah. p in Address Lock Box The parties given for Miss Kvn Hell Plank Inst week were beautiful and eaclt one was n shower of lovely nnd useful gifts. The kitchen shouer at the rocks was nnd greatly enjoyed and the bride-to-b- e her fiance received thirty-on- e pieces in blue nnd white ctinml-1-. Miss Margaret Hunt anil Miss Edith llttrii gvc a delightful party for Miss Plank Thursday. A large hat box, at tractively covered witli sun Mowers, was filled with a miscellaneous shower. I)e. llcious ices and cn!,es were served. Mrs. Frank English gave n beautiful linen shower for Miss Kvn Hell Plank Saturday afternoon. In the center of the dining table was a white parasol fill ed with the gifts of linen and covered with pink roses and ferns. Uriek icecream and sherbert in pink and white was served nnd on each brick was a little pink paper parasol, containing a favor for every guest. Miss Rebecca Willis nnd Miss Martha Willis assisted Mrs. English in HERE'S HEALTH! There's more health in a 25c box of aws mim wheat Iran than there is in the average family medicine chest and that is why it is called 'good old Doctor Wheat JJran.' J3yHrnn contains I he Salts of Iron, Calcium Silicon, Potitssuin, Phosphorous, etc. These mbsmnccs being very active and absolutely indispensable to perfect assimilation and elimination. Wheat bran is a laxative and n beaulifier but not a miracle worker. Hat it every day for months and you will notice a diHerenre in your complexion and better still your lieallh. f entertaining. Linen pieces were received from Mes- (lames: J. Proctor Keith, Hen Ridgeway, Frank Mattingly, J. Byrne Severs, Shelby Conrad, Harry Newsotn, Ira lleheti, Hofiious Behen, Frank English, and Mrs. Lillard, Misses Willis, Misses Margaret and Edith Burn, Katheriuc Moorman, Pauline Moorman, Louise Babbage, Ray Lewis Heyser, Cleoua Weatherholt, Edith Plank and Miss Florence Allen Falrlelgh. Beyer-Whitehouse 184, : Cloverport Ky. are authorized to announce 1, 1914. Try a Box ocratic Primary Election August JOHN W. HOYD. of Ellzahcthlnwn, Ky.. as a candidate, for Confess, subject, to the action of tlm Dem- PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About People ai Home and Abroad Dr. Palmer is treating her eyes. Miss Addie G, Ditto and Miss Florence Falrlelgh, of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. John D. Babbage. Rev. J L. Dellart, McQuady, filled his regular appointment at the Baptist MISS JVA MAY Entertains Music Pupils With Porch and Garden Party Friday ent. Miss Eva May, assisted by Mrs. L. T. Reid and Mr. J. F: Lightfoot, en tertained her music pupils Friday tit her beautiful home in Wall street with a porch and garden partv. Those Ro e Schubel, present were: Mary Cary Hardin, Ruth Sentinel, Mi-s- J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Wedding. Fresh moats of all kinds & at fjuigglus Beavin's. Royland McCoy has returned from Evansville. For good cream and cold drinks see Kingsbury. Miss May Lamb has returned from a visit in Hockport. Meat market every day in the week at Qulgglns Sc Deavln's. Mrs. Fred Fraize has gone to Louisville to spend three weeks. Mrs. Ambie Williams Daniels spent In Louisville. the week-enNw line of groceries. Goods delivered. Allen M. Kingsbury. Mrs. N. J. Quiggins and children are visiting relatives at McDaniels. Fred Cannon and family, McDaniels, are at the Tar Springs this week. Mrs. Lambert, of Lewlsport, was the 'guest of Mrs. T. F. Sawyer last week Miss Edith Flank" Is the guest of Miss Jenniu Mabel Harris in Louis ville. Mrs. Alford Heston, of SikestonMo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Francis Sawyer. Rev. C. A. Galloway, of Klngswood, was vlsltinc his old home at Henderson last week. Mrs. Robert Brown and two sons, of Warsaw, are the guests of Mrs. Leon d church at Bewleyvllle last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Atwood, of New Bethel, spent the week end here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Miller-Fre- d May does the butchering for Quiggins & Beavin. You know it is clean and sanitary when Fred do'es it. Mrs. C. H. Menden and daughter, Miss Charlotte Menden, of Evansville, are the guests of Mrs. Tony Mcholas. Miss Eunice Conrad of Warsaw, Ind , will arrive Friday evening to suend two weeks with Miss Virginia McGav ock. Miss Jennie Hardin, of Brandenburg. is visiting at the hotneof Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Hardin and Miss Clara Hardin this week. Miss Virginia Whltworth. of Steph Fifty-thr- ee Were Pres- here the ensport, spent the week-enguest of Misses Bernlce and Leila Tucker. Miss Nellie Flood and brother, Pete Flood, near Stephensport, were the week-enguests of Mrs Wm. Mo d d Cracker;. Miss Liilie McGlothlan, Owensboro, arrived Monday to visit her brother", T. N. McGlothlan, and other reUitives at Irvington. of McGavock. ' Henry 11. Knue, McQuady, is taking a week's vacation at his old home In Indianapolis. Mort Pumphrey spent the week end in Stephensport with Mr. and Mrs. W. ' G. Pumphrey, Jr. Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Flood, near Stephensport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wllsan. Arthur Heard says he Is getting pigs from all over the county and his ad in the News is doing the work. David M. Duncan and Zack Richard-so- n, of Brandenburg, were here Saturday night to hear Beckham. Miss Minnie Schmidt, of Louisville, returns this week after a visit to her sister, Mrs. E. Frank Carter. Andrew Driskell, Hardinsburg, is attending the Ohio County Institute in session this week at Hartford. Emmett Crenshaw returned home Thursday from a visit with his aunt, Mrs. Eliza Long, In Louisville. Dr. P. W. Foote, Irvington, was in Louisville Monday with his daughter. the Brick J. O. Hook, proprietor Hotel, Hardinsburg, is putting in new windows and other needed repairs on his hotel building. Master Ross Blythe, of Irvington, will arriveFriday to make his annual visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Hardin and Miss Clara Hardin. Mr.and Mrs Herbert lirown anil two children, of Brandenburg, were guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Hardin and Miss Clara Hardin. Miss Bettie Davis and her cousin, Thos. Kincheloe, Basin Spring, returned last week from a pleasant visit to Handsome Boat Gone. her brother. P.. L. Davis, Vine Grove. The handsome little passenger Mrs. Koss Loyd Gordon and little daughter, Florence Mallssa, of Louis vessel built by the Cloverport vllle, are expected this week to visit Bout and Machine Company, has their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John r, r, Thelma Shoemaker, Irene Bubt-r.May Tuchs, Mary Burton, Marit- - Wrgt-nas- t, Mary Morgan and little Mis Esther Sciiubel, all from Rome, eh u u. roned by Mrs. J. E Sehubrl hoiI Mis James Huckeby; Misses Virginia Wh.t worth, Eva Basham, Mrtle Bell Mabel Shellman, Ccll.i J.irlxK, Mary Brulce Shellman, M.ud Smith from Stephensport, chuparoned bv M- -. W. H. Basham and Mrs. James' hlu man; Misses Maltie Black, Susie Bl.to , Julia Fella, from Addison; Mis-tse tie HawKlns, Beatrice Pavnu, May Allen, Ada Polk and Mamie Polk, from Tobinsport; Misses Rosetta W.it ers, Katie Mattingly, Elsie McKnuyhati, Ernestine Lewis Nell Lewis Mattlnglx , Mary Christina Ilammin, Celestine O'Conntll, Eva Wroe, Helen King bury, Sudie Mattingly, Kathleen Cnns; Kathleen Squires, Virginia Harris, Bernice Tucktr, Eula Bennett, Eula Pryor, Ruth Welzel, Anna May IVti-neLouise Whitehead, Lena Mav, Lelia Tucker, Eleanor Reid and Robeit Hamman, Rodger Harder, all of Clover-por- t. Ice cream was served and the day was mostly spent in music Each une rendered a selection, after which Mr. Brabandt made a splendid picture of the crowd. Every one left thanking the Misses May for the delightful day they spent. z -hl-i-- Last Wednesday morning at eight o'clock, in the church of the Holy Name was solemnized the marriage of Miss Helen Beyer and Mr. Frederick Whitehouse. Rev. Father Lynch, as sisted by four acolytes saying the im pressive nuptial mass of that church. As the triumphial notes of the wed ding march from Lohengrin filled the church the ushers, Messrs Marion Gabe, Chicago, and Wallace Mattingly of Cloverport,entercd the middle aisle, they were followed by the bride's maid, Miss Marguerite Unvtrzagt. on the arm of the best man, Mr. James Lawso.i, of Cloverport. The Oriilo then entered with the groom and slowly ap proached the altar where the bridal party were grouped at the chancel rail. Miss Willie Becker presided at the organ in her usual elllclent man ner, site played as a prelude King's Rosary and during the ceremony the. low sweet notes of the "Venetian Love Song" fboded the church. After the ceremony, the bridal party left the church in tho same order as they en tered to the wedding march of Mendelssohn's. The bride was lovely in a robe of transparent organdy vlth a tunic of embroidered organdy. She wore a picture hat of white ostrich feathers and lace, and carried a show er bouquet of lilies and lilies of the valley. Tho young and charming bride's maid was gowned in a creation of embroidered net, with a picture hat of white cstrich feathers and lace, she The Mints Are Working Every Coining Dollars-Yo- u Day-- - ought to save a few of them. We suggest that you start a Savings Account in this Bank, where it will be safe and earn you interest. FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. :: J. C. PAYNE, Cashier HOI noi 3GT 0 ir Make The -- Photo Prettiest Pictures 0 been delivered to tho Evansville Ridge. Traction Company. It is ono of Artls Adams, cf Louisville; Miss Mildred Murray, of Indianapolis; and the be.st built boats on tho Ohio Murray Beard, of Hardinsburg; are river, and Cloverport was very visiting at the home of Mrs. Fred Ferr- proud of it. Mr. William Pate, y- have been spending Grayson Springs, are now visiting Mrs Phelps sisters the Misses Meyer, of Ultras, munager of tho boat company Mrs. Julia M. Phelps and daughters hero, is receiving many congratuVirginia and Gladys, of Louisville who lations. the summer at the Insures Tobacco Crop. Up-to-Da- te Toilet Articles Mercolized Wax Saxolite Canthrox Spurmax Quinzoin Odor-o-N- o Goo-Whiz, 75o Logan Hickerson, of Hardinsburg, passed through here Wednesday en route to Illinois, where he will spend several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hickerson, who recently moved there from Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and daughters, Misses Anna Elizabeth and Cathrlne Carr Keith, and Miss Pauline Moorman will leave this week for Derby, Ind., to spend two weeks camping with the Carr family from Elizabeth-town. Type-writin- J. II. Speucor has insured his crop of tobacco five-- acre's at $75 per acre. Tho insurance costs b i tn only $2 an acre and insures' him against hail. Mr. Spencer is one of tho leading farmers of this part of the county, and Mr. L. C. Taul, tho insuranco man, thinks many others will follow his wise step. 75o Sailed July 18. 5o 5-- . 0 - -- c0c $1-00 25c fortho foot 25c Wedding's Drug Store, Tk HomtofQuillty CLOVERPORT, KY. and character Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp sailed any paper of whatever promptly and neatly executed on the July 18, for Germany. They visited Smyth Premier machine at the office Washington, Atlantic City and New York of V. G. Babbage. Also any deeds, The leaving for the old country. mortgages, bonds, leases, etc,, execut- before editor of the BreckenridgeNcws received ed promptly. a ccrd from them which was very much Delicious Ices. appreciated. It was a picture of the S. line. Gibson S. Iinperator, Humburg-America- n Mr. and Mrs. Larkin many compliments This vessel is 920 feet and 6 inches long, ale receiving this summer on' their delicious ico breadth 98 feet. Think of that! There Tbey fret are 15 decks, gymnasiums, a swimming cream and sherbet. puro cream every day from the pool and a winter garden, besides the; grill room and restaurant. Capacity .,aoo farm of Mr. and Mrs. M. passengers, 1180 crew. letter writing, carried carnations and ferns. The gentlemen all wore conventional suits Immediately after the ceremony 'the bridal patty with a few relatives and friends were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John Gabe with an elegant wedding breakfast at their home ou Clay street. Tho color sc leme of the wed ding was white and green which was artistically displayed In all the arrangements. The tables were beauti fully decorated with llowers iu green and white. The dining room In which the tables were arranged was both beautiful and artlstlcal, covers being laid for twelve at each table. An elab orate and delicious breakfast was served by the Misses Forthoffer and Behrlch, of Mt Vernon Afterwards each guest was prosented witli a souvenir box of delicious cake with the letters B. and W. in green in the white Icing T.iey were in dainty boxes of white tied with green ribbon, which made a beautiful as well as effective close to an entertainment perfectly planned. The bride, Miss Helen Beyer, numbers her friends by her acquaintances. She has held the position of stenographer most acceptably at A Waller & Co., for several years and her resignation was a regret ts the firm, she is a sister to Mrs John Gabe with whom she has made her home since the death of her parents. The groom, Mr. Frederick Whitehouse, Is a railroad man, au employee of the L , 11. & St. L., and stands high among the officials of that road. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehous-- j will make their home In Cloverport. They left on the noon train for a trip through the east. The bride's going away gown was of green silk with hat to match. The wouding presents were beautiful and in their quantity showed the popularity of this happy young couple. Among the out-o- f town guests prcser.t at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Lathropc, Tracy Reid, Miss Mattingly, Mlas Lawson and Miss Reid, of Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Uelirich, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forthoffer, Miss Behrlch, Miss Forth-oiler- , Mrs. Joe Alorehcad, Mrs, Sam Davis, of Mt. Vernon; Dr. and Mrs. McGnry and MUs Llllie Gabe, of Ow ensboro; Miss Mary Joe McGary, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forthoffer and daughter, Helen, of Princeton, Ind ; Mr. Have your own photograph made at Home or at my tudio - Home Pictures Pictures of Children Post Card Photographs For New Acquaintances I make a specialty of developing Kodak Films. fn Watch for my price-li- st C. G. BRABANDT, Photographer : : Cloverport, Kentucky 0 Dr. Jesse Baucum PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RESIDENT jj W a. r t s . For Sale Butcher Shop. I Ky. ORIce Opposite Oelie's Drue Sure please notify t lit" editor wlienyou want advertisement discontinued. and Mrs. John Lawson and Mr. Marlon Foil SALK Ilutcher Shop, tlxtures, Ire I ov Gabe, of Chicago; and Mr. Wallace to Miller tools, liust stand In town. Apply & lllurk. Reid, of Louisville. Most of the out-o- f For Sale Horse town guests left the following evening S AI.lv-- . Omi liluck work horse; (rood except Misses Alice and Gertrude Behcondition. K. C. Meador, llurdlnstiurK, rlch and Miss Olive Forthoffer, who re- Ky. mained as the house guests of Miss For Sale Coal Oil Stove Unverzagt. Henderson Marguerite tcond.liHiid Coal Oil FOR JALEII. It., euro llreckenrldite Store. Nuw. Gleaner. J. Butter Stolen. Air. and Mrs. J. O. Kldcr had six pounds of butter stolen fioni their spring house last Friday night. The man who took it sold it with several other pounds at ono of tho big groceries m Cloverport. Dies of Whooping Cough. V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency Have you provided case of for your family in your death ? Have you made provision for your own old II not, ou age? The little three months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClellati, died Sun day of whooping cough. The burhl took place Monday in the Chapi'ii burying C. L. BEARD, Agent, Hardins ground near Hites Ktin. hid better do to at once, by buying one of those good lowest cott policies with tk Union Central J. To secure tho power that must come to a tabor federation with millions, of WILL ORGANIZE members and to use that power when necessary. More In detail, Mr. Sidney Indicates the split-ucondition of tho railway GE men today by reciting n long list of brotherhoods of which many are large, others not so large, and others, still, small, and all falling of the effectiveRAILROAD ness which bigness of numbers and unity of nctlon might have. Among these bodies nrc: Tho Ilrothcrhood of Kallroad Signal All First Move to Amalgamate Men, tho llrntherhood of American Signal Men, the lirotherhod of Station Employes Made. Kinployes (baggage handlers and tho like), tho Itrotherhood of Itnllwny Clerks, the Clerks' Assembly of the MELLEN FOR THE PRESIDENCY K. of U In all there are snld to be a doxon organizations of clerks In tho I'nlted Stntes three dlvitlons of tho Former Head of New Haven Lines Order of Hnllroad Station Agents, tho SPAN OF LIFE MUCH LONGER HARDIN FAMILY. THE SECRET 0 Science Has Added IS Years, Qaya Dr. Victor Vaughn Future to Class Us aa Barbarians. L. Ily II n Hardin. Week. Continue.! from May Oe Head of Council to Include All Branches of Roads In New England States. Hoston. Tho first inovo In n campaign for a Federated Council of Urotherhoods, which shall Include lli.it tho hundred!) of thousands of railway men of New England, then the millions of operatives of the I'nlted States and Canada, and ultimately perhaps the workors of Great Ilrltuln nlso, occurred at tho Qulncy house hero. Theso railroad workers are split up Into more than one hundred organizations. None of them will ho asked to abandon Its present brotherhood. All of them are to be urged to Join In the federation that shall glvo unity of Interest and a power of numbers that by themselves they do not posess. The United States federation of separate states and the federation of the German states Into a powerful empire are the models upon which the railway campaign Is planned. The lenders of the movement are confident that when It shall be shown to be a united enterprise with the backing of the great majority of tho railroad men of New England the former president of the New Haven railroad. Charles 3. Mellen, will accept the presidency of tho federated council. Tho men who are planning tho campaign are enthusiastic In their praise of Mr. Mellen for his cordial and fair dealings with tho employes of the railway systems ho has managed. They have written him about their plan, and In long replies, all In his own handwriting, he has referred to tho way their proposal warms his blood and pulls upon his heartstrings. The originator of the plan Is Earl II. , Morton 01 grand president of the Order of Hnllroad Station Agents. One of Its prime promoters is i 11. Sidney of the llrotlierhood of Kallroad Signalmen, anil the field once tho movement Is actually un der way, will be Harry Phillips, for merly deputy mayor of West I lam ina nt'si enu ot i.onuon wliero In a population of l.tlQO.OOo he had wldo experience with the laboring class. The committee on organization and federation is made up of W. It. Pratt of L. II. Twltchell of Ka.;t Iiraintreo, Dana II. Cutter of Lynn. M. E. Ii. lhir-ret- t of lirookllne and William F. For nnld of Swampscott. all of whom are connected with the Order of Railroad Station Agents. Among those who attended tho meeting at the CJuincy house were Lieutenant Governor Harry, who was at a meeting in February last and declared for federation, and Eliot, who Is declared to have been "cordially invited because he Is opposed to la. ofll-cer- , Wnl-pol- New England Association of Roundhouse Foremen, the Now England Association for Maintenance of Way, mnde up of civil engineers, surveyors nnd the like; live bodies of trackmen, tho Drawbridge Tenders' association, the International Association of Car Workers, the roundhouse helpers, the federated trades, which In some cases have men In more than ilfty occupations, and organizations of holler ma- spoon of Nashville, Tonn. Hoctor Vaughn mado "Tho Service of Mcdlclno to Civilization" the subject rf his lnnugur.it address. "In the last century tho averago of human life has been increased by lfi years, nnd tills Incrcnso could bo duplicated In the noxt 20 years," ho snid, "If the facts we now possess wcro effectively employed. "The further developments of medicine, both curative nnd preventive, depend on scientific Investigations. Tho public Is, the bencilclnry and should in every way encourage mcdlcnl research. The federal government and tho states should sustain and promoto rclenMflc Atlantic City. N. J. At tho first general session of tho convention of the American Medical association Dr. Victor C. Vntighn was Installed nn president, succeeding Dr. John A. Wither- - research. "Wo boast of a great civilization, but this Is Justified only within limits. Tho historian of the futuro will have no difficulty In convincing his readers that kers, machinists, blacksmiths, elec- those who lived at tho beginning of the trical workers, freight house foremen, twentieth century wore but slightly freight handlers of whom there are removed from barbarism, as lie will retwo organizations, the one linked with tell that the school, saloon and vice sorts flourished In closo proximity; that the capitalist worked his employes under conditions which soundness of body, that 10,000 murders were committed annually in our midst, and that a large percentage of our mortality was due to preventable diseases. "In each state there should be a hygienic laboratory equipped with able men supplied with facilities for the study of sanitary conditions and for the prosecution of scientific research." d Wm. Hardin was wounded In this skirmish. Soon after Cnpt. Hardin had erected Hardin's Station, Intelligence was received that the Indians were building n town on Saline creek In the present Stnte of Illinois., llatdln, not well pleased that the savages should cstab themselves In such close vicinity to tils little settlement, determined to dis lodge them. He soon had collected around him a force of eighty select men, the hardiest and boldest o those ti ltd hunters, whoso lives were passed in n continual round of perilous adventures. After a hasty match to Saline creek, they found the Indiana. At the fust fire Capt, Hnrtlln was shot through the thigh, Tho Indians were very badly beaten. Capt. Hardin lay on his back for 130 days, but finally recovered and was in many skirmishes with the recovered Capt. ht JFJUCCESS. Genuine Merit Required to Win Insurance' Office C TAUL Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health the People's Confidence. It Is h ri!' li Charles W. IS LIVING LONG AND WELL Depew Has Rare Gift to Grow Old and Keep Pace With Progress. New York. It is, as Mr. Depew sug' gests, no great achievement to live long In these days, hut it Is a good Eliot. the K. of I., and the other with the A. F. of L. and the Switchmen's Union of North America. Nor is this a complete list. Hut the list is long enough to bhoiv the text upon which the whole nppeal and nrgu ment are based. Each body was represented In- thn council by four delegates. Mr. Mellen. In h's letters to Mr. Sid- ney, said: "it Is a great scheme. I fear you ure too enthusiastic about myself in connection with it. am glad the men think me loyal nnd steadfast enough to lead them. like to ho well thought of b my aid associates." And ho went on to Intimate that possibly his association for years with the capitalistic side of the railway enter- prise might prejudice, tome against 1 1 Indians afterwards. Capt. Win. Har iln marrlttl Winifred llolti-clauTl.elr children were: Win-ni- a A , who married Wm. Comstock, of Hatdinsburg; Henry, who married Rachel Diddle, nnd was a farmer in Dry Valley; Mallnda, married Wm. Crawford, of Hardinsburg. Gen. Wm. Hardin, who married Miss Middle, .served two terms In the Legislature Irom Breckenritlge conuty in 1810-1.'and was postmaster at Frankfort for many years; Elijah was killed in IIous ton Sprlngu in 1805; Armelia married Horace Merry; John died near Brownsville, Penn., in 1850; Jehu died at John Hardin's on Clover creek in 1859. Daniel Hardin, who married Alice Jolty in 1785, and Mary Hardin, who married Daniel Huff, of Argabright's Fort, were not Capt. Wm. Hardin's children, but they were John Hardin's children, who wasMlltdby the Indians. Their mother went back to Pennsylvania on a visit, and while there died, and Capt. Wm. Hardin raised them. Henry Hardin's children were: Sallie, raarr.'ed Wm Penin; Huldah, married Zack Witt; Moses, married Nancy Jolly; Bill never married; Rachel married John Jolly. E.ijah Hardin's children were: Wm. H Hardin married Hettle Fairley; P. li. Hardin married Mattie Mobley; Ida Hardin married J. W. Brown" S. E. i !, Have you ever stopped to reason why that so many products that arc extensively advertised, all at once out of sight and are soon forgotten? Insurance. The reason t plain the article did no fulfil the. promises of tho manufac turer. This applies more particularly Old Reliable Companies to a medicine. A medicinal prepara tion that has real curative value al lecxsnsmissKZff. most sells Itself, .ii like an endless chain system the remedy is recom mended by those who havo been bene fited, to those who are In need of it. A prominent druggist says: "Take Both Ways for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp in the C. S. A. Hoot, a preparation I have sold for many years and never hesitate to rec ommend, lor in almost every case it shows excellent results, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy that I know of has so large a tl-- Pay Postage 1 B iWe sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root Is due to the fact that it fulfils almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder diseases, corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Roo- t by Parcels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghampton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents: also mention the Breckenridge News. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the postage both ways on nit packages Sue. or over, work guaranteed Prompt dollverlen In limitary packages. Will credit you upon reference. Writs for Information, Iletter. still, lend trial bundle. Offices: 652 W. Jefferson St. flrst-clasa 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS LOUISVILLE. ICY. Earl Payne and Charlie Simmons, who have been in California for the past two years, returned home last week. Bjron Johnson, of Owensboro, visited his uncle, Grayson Payne, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hardin last week. A. M. Hardin was in Louisville one day last week: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys, of West Point, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Mack Payne, of Webster, last Saturday and Sunday. Henry Barr, who has been in South Dakota for the past year, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt, Mr. and Mrs. A French, 'Mrs. Sallie Collins and Miss Myrtle Deacon were the guests of Mr. and Mrs". Reese French, of Mystic, last Sunday. Jnku Shaw, of Hancock county, is the guest of his cousin, Lee Shaw, this week. M. Simmons has moved to Lodiburg We are glad to have such men as Mr. Simmons with us. rolfolfollCTODllo Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. ioizzooocioizo HIGHFBT MAFWCT VALUC PAID FCfl j j j j , ' j Him. said: nnd Mr. Sidney talk enthusiastically of what .Mr. Mellen did when In the New Haven management, a thing, said the English organizer, that he had never heard of before. "He used to meet his employes In conference at a morning hour and his board of directors at an afternoon hour, and djscukts the same problems with botli bodies." Just there comes In the suggestion for the employes to have a representative upon the board of directors. "Why not have them meet at one and the same tltne. either morning or afternoon, and talk oer the matters face to face?" asks Mr. Phillips. In explaining how he comes to be IdentlfloJ with this movement and his conception of the ends In view, he Hoth .Mr. Phillips Chaunccy Cepcw. Hardin, who lives in Kansas City, Mo., and is not married; Lizzie married Sam Robertson; A. M. Hardin married Lulie Payne, deceased, his second wife was Libbie Decker, of French Lick, Ind. He had two children by his first wife; Nina married Wallace Parks, and Jubal Hardin, and one child by his second wile, Mary IJHIce. Moses Hardin's children were: Ileury N , deceased; Winnie, who is living with heriister in Owensboro; John E., deceased; Motes W., deceased who married Georgia Hendrj j Hen F., married Laura Haslian.; Niw married Wm. II. Gibson; Harbra A. married II. H. Johnson Seven children died in their HIDES-- " SKINS JOHN WHITE & GO. tOL'ICVU.t.S. KY. L3Tni.:SMCD 10C 7 How To Give Quinine To Children. 0! BOURBON POULTRY CRIB down a chicle's throat cures capes. A few drops fa ths drfnktnir water cures prevents diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. Ono 50c bottla zaaVes 12 gallons of medicine. At all drufei3ts. Valuable poultry book free. BomoN inizDY courimr. t 343 Eut Hits Slrctt Leilito. Sold by gift, and u rare one, to be able to live long and keep actually in touch with progress. T.hat Mr. Depew potsesses that gift nobody will deny, and it has served to make him one of the most popular F, The other children were: Lenl L., men of his time. who died in her seventh year, and Annie Lee, who is with her brother in St. CHURCH IN CLOSED THEATER Louis. FnniULINK U the trndc-mntname given to an Improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas-ou- t to take and does not disturb the stomach. infancy; Is Children take It and never Hen F. Hardin's- - children are: Alaika Also especially adapted to know itwhoQuinine. caun-- t adults take ordinary Quinine. Dors not nauseate nor K. Hardin, of St. Louis, Mo., who mar- cause nervousness nor ringing In the head. Try ried Marie Brown, of St. Louis, who It the next time you need Quinine for any purpose. Ask for 2 ounce original package. The have one child; Joseph Durwood; Ben name YHUUl UNU Is blow n in bottle. 23 cents. ad ROSETTA and Mrs. T. C. Chappell and daughter Miss Kula, had for their dinner guests Sunday the following people: Mr. and Mrs. John Sterman and daughter. Miss Lottie, of near Custer, Mr, and Mrs. Jonny Meador, of near Irvington; Miss Daisy aud Lonuie Norris, of High Plains and Sherman St. Clair. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Whitwortli were the guests of Mr. Whitworth's father and mother of near Garfield last Sunday Mr week. Mrs. Matthews, t. ' Pastors in Oklahoma Town Take New Method Lawton, to Close day Show. Sun- THE END. Headache and Nervousness Cured. KINCHELOE'S Herdlnsburp;. Ky. PHARMACY, ' Charles S. Mellen. bor organizations and with a purpose of showing htm that he Ib wrong." It is a big program that bus been outlined by the leaders ot the federation movement thus: Not sectional nor merely national, but international in scope. Not to supersede a single present organization nor to dispossess a single present otilcer of a railway labor union. Not to Indorse any of the revolutionary doctrines, nor to stand for any of the methods of the I. W. W. and like bodies. Hut to avoid petty sectional strikes. To insure some security ot tenure. To secure for tho operatives places at the tables of the boards of directors who represent now the financing of the properties. To demonstrate the partner ably berectorate, the Pennsylvania, and soon." tween capital and labor. level-heade- d "In England we have an amalgamation Into one great railroad union of s moro than of the railway employes of the country. When tho men caught on to the Idea they flocked to Join It at the rate of 3,000 a week. It Is not an amalgamation for strike purposes. It's like a nation which wants peace. "In this country, where there are said to bo nearly fifty thousand railroad men out of work, wo advise not amalgamation, but federation. Get a great federation ond it will command respect and influence now frittered uway. In Englund, when we got the big amalgamation, even tho king took notice, and the appointment of the royal commission to confer with us and ascertain our needs and views, Is well remembered. "Through the of all parties In England we were able to put funds Into the enterprise which made a great amount available for emergency purposes. For example, we were able to support a commissariat, and at one clip we sent three shiploads of food to some strikers. Such things may not come here for a long time, If at all, because your men have not really suffered, as yet. Hut the trade unions over there withdraw their moneys from the sinking funds and put them Into this movement. "There are, plenty of and able men In the workers' ranks and it b good busiucss to gut them represented, not by men of auothor class with education and Influence and out of philanthropic Interest, but by mem-beof their own number, on the boards of railway directors. I would have such a representative on the New llaveu directorate, tho Hoston & Maine directorate, the New York Central dinine-tenthts Okla. A large number of the churches ot Lawton have Joined in union service, which began in an alrdome, to continue during the summer months. A double purpose was attained in the selection of this open-ai- r playhouse for these church services, llrst that of a comfortable place of meeting, and, second, of closing this theater on Sunday. The Fort Sill military band gave a concert opening Different preachers the exercUcs. will occupy the pulpit each Sunday. "Chamberlain's Tahlets are entitled to all the praise I can give them," writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, N. Y. They have cured me of headache and nervousness and restored me to my normal health!" For sale by all Try a News Want Ad. dealers. GIVES HER CHILD UP FOR $24 Benton (Mo.) Mother Can't Pay Board and Lets Woman Take Her Baby Away, Kenton. Mo. Hecuuse Ray Headrick was unable to pay a board bill ot $24, daughter, Dorine, was his taken from the custody of her parents and given Into tho care of Mrs. Pearl Feist of Chaffee, who cared for and nursed her during the Illness of her mother, by the probate court here. Mrs. Feist testified she would rather d of Louisville, is the pleasant visitor of Misses Alma ami Maggie Slatou. Miss Hattye Carman of near Custer, is Ab Robertson and Clyde Gibson visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Carstarted to California last Monday. Miss Carrie Brashear, of Frymlre, is man. Miss Myrtle Priest, of Garfield, is visithe guest of Misses Mattie and Sudie ting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Whitwortli Black, iof Addison, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norton, of Cat and attending the meeting at this place. Miss Lillian McCoy, of Dent's Bridge ifornla, came in last Friday for a visit to Mrs, Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. is the guest of Miss Kathleen Carman this week. C. C. Grant, and other relatives. Miss Daisy Norris, of High Plains, is James Watllngton was the guest of his brother, Armstrong Watllngton, of spending two weeks with Miss Hula Chappell. Lookout, last Sunday, L hit Hotel Henry Walterson LOUISVILLE, KY. The Souu'a most popular priced, modem hotel. fi AbMluUfr abutted la the very heart of the retail shopping duuictand near all the theatre., have the $24. SAVED BY GRIGSBY'S Twiner's Pharmacy, Greenville, l flMlCiiaUaUTiUo, whhmodmU prtee. LIV-ER-L- AX cause she married over objections ot a male relative, tho relative took pains to brush up agaliiBt her when they met and stop on her corns. "He knew my feet were the most vulnerable spot," she told Sllbert. Sllbert sent for the relative and promised relief. Favors Thin Women. Chicago. Women bathers, If they are slim, may wear bloomer bathing suits, according to First Deputy Su- Kin Tramps Her Corns. Cleveland, O. Mrs. Murello Sasso, eighteen, 2113 Scovllle avenue, doesn't care If her relatives don't speak to her on the street, but she does object to them tramping on her corns. She told Police Prosecutor Sllbert tbat be- Mr. Klmbrough states further that three grbins of calomel had no effect. Texas.SendsThisTestimon-iaHis child, at the point of death, was From a Prominent a harmless saved by Grocer of That vegetable compound with no injurious relieves all effects. Place Liver troubles. March 9, I914 All genuine bottles bear the likeness "I take pleasure In saying for publi and signature of L. K. Urigsby. Accation that by the use of LIV-VELAX my child was cured of a disease cept no substitute. is for salej Qrlsby's which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of liillousness, Stom- by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. ach and Liver Trouble and Constipation and resulting complications; aud I commend Its use to kit sufferers." D. L. PRICE, Witness. X X fom 2JS.UPI noon day Lunch SOc.) table da hole Dinner, 6 to 0 p. in. $1.00. AlMclaborataalacartoaenic In HesUurant. Rathikeller open from 4 p.m. to I a. m. Orebeattal and vocal muiic. auS!Vf ROOM PRICES per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day trivata tollat $1 With running water ael Large sample reoma with private bath S2.M to $3.59 per day. You are cordially invited to mat thle hotel your headquarter, while in LouUville even if only for a day. Have your mail i always be welcome aueet.nei. IOU Will ROBERT B. JONES. Hum., perintendent of Police ScauetUer. MR. KIMBROUGH, 3)00 Stonewell. Wat Afe. Brltf Buli$ DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS WeoOINfi IM WE MAVEM'T CAWJT NOW, MUCH TME 70 Ml COURSE "A,' , WILL BB VEfW RXPENSIV5 CMUNCH WILL MAVe To 7HB -- 0P , f ATJtr THEN Vfll'LC ALL HAVE TO HVR THacwNs wiu.au. sal PaSCRIBBD Perhaps Grace's Fianco will be more liberal after the wedding ( KNOW r- MlUIONAlRO AOW.N.lAW jAti NOWM rjU B3 wett TAKRN (MR TMVT VUTH A I) THAT A WEAITHY MMMtlINC MA4 OP HICJH JOCIAL PMM TON WB MUST NAT STINT L0i6 BSlNC bufcist-VG.- 1 on Ta Event. IT AM SO VfltL THE HOUSE FOR TH& VE0tINd SUPPER , v And that mwt verV WE HAVE TO BN9Uft SV4BLU V And wa TO ( HAVE TH&M 07 muir rM6AI , in THE PAPERS! Afta OF TrtS f 2m IMAKB I I V obit cireuM in the I MA W "d,e 'Ai PAR Ai fow liKB,1 V I ivt HmHHUlM I I MA THA.T WB Won't mauc I AMI M0R6. BINANC.IA.L wumrj W6RKIGS MR WM-OfI WLL LAVIMt LUXUfties - "i AfT6R -, VAN TMG MNb V I ' I HOW ARE V6vl . FATHER' IN LAVvi I I'M JUJT I TO LUNCH' YIV COME) VfON7 1 'aru v i .... II 'I T 'W I HrV T44A7.1 R'CHT MA! ALtl WITH AGREE. Commissioner's Sale. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. 1 K, D. Hamilton, Plaintiff Equity Against i No. 3483. Joseph Stewart and Mary ) Stewart, Defendants. By virtue oitfl Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof, II1I4, In the above cause, for the sum of $250.04, with Int. at the rate of 0 from Mcfi. Jlrd, 1010, until paid subject to credit of $24,80 paid Mch. 1", 1III0; also the sum of $250.04 with int. at rate of Ojd from Mch. JSrd, I9IO until paid; also the sum of $2.i0.0 with int. from Mch ISrd, IU10 at 6 until paid; also the sum ot $'250.04 with int. from Mch. 3, 1010; also the sum of f2,0.64 with Int. trora Mch. .'!, 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 fo"A llowing described property, certain (tract or pa. eel of land lying and being situate on the waters of Town Creek in the County of Breckenridge and State of Kentucky and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning 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. :t0 seconds E. 83 poles to a sugar tree and beech near the base of a high cliff, thence S. 10 degrees ."10 seconds E. 87 poles to a stone in a bot torn, thence N. 74 E. 100 poles to u pile of stones between -- two beeches standing about 18 feet apart, thence S. 10 degrees ."0 seconds E. 102 poles to an elm and itone. Bisham's corner, thence with his line N, 88 degrees 45 seconds W. crossing Town Creek at 24 poles, another branch at 75 poles and a nigh cliff at 03 poles, in all U'6 poles" to a hickory on a flat, IUsham's corner to his second tract, thence with another of his lines N. 62 degreed '.10 seconds V 74 poles to a gum on a hill side, thence S. '.H degrees W. 11 poles to a stone corner to Basham & Powers, thence N. iG degrees 30 seconds W. 18 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, ttmnce with the road N. 23 V 18 poles N. 44 V. 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 county road, Power's corner, thence with Dutschke's line N. 59 degrees 110 poles to a locust, Ad seconds W. 21 dison's corner, thence with his line N. l2 degrees 'M seconds V 25 poles' to a stone and beech, thenco N. 0,"J degrees 30 second E, 29 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. 49 K 40 poles to an elm aud cliff, thence N. 83 15. 12 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 trora the above tract 10 acres which is not intended to te 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 29th, 1903, and recorded in the office of the County Clerk of Breckenridge County, Kentucky, Deed Book No. 64, page 171. Or sufficient thereof 10 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 money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost -10 Samuel Smith's corner, thence up Yellow Bank Creek, to a spring branch to 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, lo()3, and recorded in deed book No. 57, page .'70 in the Breckenridge County Clerk's Office and conveyed to said Tildon Smith, now deceased, by deed recorded in deed book No. 58 page 420, by Ellen Stiff, etc., on the 17th day of March, I9O8, recorded In deed book No. 58, page 426, Breckenridge 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. WEUJOLD By SHERIFF SALE FOR TAXES. r HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains No Arsenic.) THE OLD KKLIAHLK a Cloverport Resident. By COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The following has more interest for Cloverport residents than it otherwise would have bec.v.'se Mr. Johnson is one of ounelves, a cll'zen of Cloverport If it prove of assistance to but one person in Cloverpert. It will have been well worth the telling. W. M. Johnson, proprietor restaurant, Cloverport, Ky., says: "For six vears I wasaffilcted with kidney trot.ble. I had pains in the small of my back and was lame when I got tip in the morning. 1 tired easily, felt languid and was nervous. Dizzy spells and headaches aUo bothered me. The pas sages of the kidney secretions were too frequent, obliging me to get up at nignt. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me great relief. You may continue publishing the endorsement I have given Doan's Kidnty Pills before." Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that n Mr. Johnson had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mllbur- 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 depu ties will on Monday, July 27, t!U4, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.and 2 o'clock P.M. at the Court House door In Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, Kentucky, expose to public s'lle to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the property described and set opposite each person named in the ap pended list or so much of said property us may be neces.-ar- y to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid and cost, said taxes being due for the years as indicated after each person's name, to wit: S. W. Pate, 2nd district, n5 acres of land, 1913, jll.iS EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers anil Bilious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC Cjifinliid. Tir II. ! tiki Mr lubtlitiili. Jit (PREPARED ROBINSON-PETTET Oruttlilt. BY SOe ind SI 00 Battle. LOUISVILLE, i.coiiroiuTKr. - COMPANY, KENTUCKY. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station J. K. Applegate,2nd district, 85 acres Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Fred DeHaven, etc., Plain- - 1 I Against Equity tiff. Gervis Stone DeHaven, In- - No. 3591. J fant, &c, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenridge 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 AUCTION, on PUBLIC Monday, the 27th Day of July, 1914, at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout (being Countv Court day), upon acred it of six, twelve and eighteen months, followiug described property, "A certain tract or parcel of real estate lying and being in fhe town of Cloverport, Breckenridge County, Ken rue lot witu all us aptucky, purtenances, known and designated on the plau or map of said town of lower Cloverport, a's number nineteen (ill) nnu being the same property conveyed to Mary hllen DeHaven, (Mother of the parties to this action) by Wlckllffe DeHaven, by Deed dated October 3ist, 1S93, and is recorded In Bruckenridne Countv Clerk's Office in deed book No. 50 at page nil " The purclwser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force aud Lein retained to effect of a Judgment secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms, LEE WALLS. Commissioner. to-w- it; t: of land' 1913, $6 56. John Fisher, colored, 2nd district, 1 house and lot, 11113, $24 88. Nathan Mercer, colored, 2nd district, 1 house and lot, 1913, $9.04. J. V. Mason, 2nd district, 36 acres of Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronago of Cloverport Bath $1.50 land, 1913, ft 80. J. T. Matthews, 2nd district, 261 acres of land, 1O13, $13.73. Clarence Ganaway, 0th district, 50 :icres of land, I9IH, $5.83. George Iliues, Oth district, 125 acres, of land. 1013, 8.61. Jess Matthews, 6th district, 69 acres of laud, 1913, JI4 50, Business Men and Shoppers News Want Ads. are Little Winners Lee Phelps, 0th district, 3 acres uf J17.40. land, I9IO-- I Emmett Pool, Ctlt district, lo acres oi RAO hance to lake $50 U The Woman's Home Companion For July contains a picture "Which Girl will Egbert Marry? 1 laud, IU12 13, 9 07. Eliga Moorman, l9ll-12-i:- (it li district. 9O 1 lot, acres $2181. Wm. E. Clark, 6th district, i, 1011-12-11 $24-8of land. T. C. Allen & Bro., 1st district, 1 21 acres of land, 10l2 13, f28.s:i. Lou Aldridge, Oth district, 107 acres of laud. 1912, $i'J 07. Leuii McClelland, lith district 1 black $11 25 mule, 1912-1Dr. W. H. Lucus, 1st district, 1 house For the Most Interesting Answer $50 Will be Paid! Here is An Elixir of Life. "An annuity la the best elixir of life know of." said the examining physician of an Insurance company. "It sometimes seems ns if annuitants never die. We have lota on our books who top eighty, ninety and even nine e years. I have passed many a sickly and decrepit old fellow as a good annuity risk the sicklier they are, you know, the better risk they make and the next year he has turned up to collect bis annuity rejuveiuilvd. rosy, spry ns boy. The secret' The cret is that financial worry, fear of the pooruousu, ages und kills off more peo pie than nil the deadly diseases mm CHIC blued. Release an old man by means of an annuity from all this worry, and No 'material be throws off bis years and wulks erect as has moire Is developed and happy and fearlessly young." 1 11 10 00. and lot, I9I2-I3- , Henry Haynes, colored, 1st district, 1 house and lot, 1912-1$11.37. Mrs. Alice Haynes. colored, 1st district. I hoi Si and lot, 1913, 7.14. Alexander Vale3, colored, 1st dis$8.47. trict, 1 town lot, 1012-1Kalis, 2nd district, 54 acres of John land, 1913, 510.58. Ennts D.incan, house and lot, 13, taxes and cost, 19U-r3, 2 the opportunity to make money out of your opinion whether a man will marry the vivacious, clever girl who dances, or the sweet, sensible girl. Get your answer from real life; it's easy. Remember the picture is in $17.30. The Woman's Home Companion PRICE 15 DENNIE SHEERAN. "Iff A Cents Ex. Sheriff, B. C. MOIRE FfvOCK. has been no fushlounhle this season, and here it In the typical design of pun tiler drapery, the darned It. stronger was tiuntlnc quail In tho mountains of Georgia, where by reason ot the wild pens they nre very nu- 31,318.17. Always, when a new fabric or design, comes Into fashlou, there Is much exLEE WALLS, Commissioner. perimenting with It on the part of dressmakers mid designers. This has naturally been the case in tbe plaids and stripes that have becotno popular SALE. this spring. The decision that every 000 has reached copcernlng them Is that they nre better used In small than Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky In large quantities. One of the best Lizzie Smith, widow, &c, Though not proved beyond uses of plaid tnlTeta l in the form baptism, I Atralnst PlnlntlfT. .1 Eaultv doubt, that date Is universally accept' of waistcoats n part of line blouses No. 3573 Ora Smith, &c, ed. Philadelphia Press. of white ruoiHsellne crepe de chine and I ant. chiffon. By virtue of a Judgement and Order Some Wordi. of Sale ot Breckenridge Circuit Court, piojau pjooan "Panic" Is unmwl ufter tbe ancient rendered at May Term thereof. IOI4, in jo jods ujpjua .)iij n nt(j )nq) eta the above cause, for the sale of the god Pan because of tbe sudden and hereinafter described real estate, and unreasoning fear which tbe sight ot pdJDBxu esq ajau punoju ipoqoN,, all costs, I shall proceed to offer for this heathen divinity wrs supposed to Ml door in Har- Inspire. Other common words with n 4M Pio qi sale at the Court-Hous- e .1U1 ,1MM.. dinsburg, to the highest bidder, at similar source in the old mythologies PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the sje "vulcanite," from Valenn. the jspaa ynivno 1 100, MaSaoqa 37th day of July, 1914, at one o'clock, P: M., or thereabout (being County blacksmith; "martial." for Mars, tbe q) pfw M'Qaoqj 'Surqi euo b.usiu Suture Court day), upon a credit of six and warrior; "Jovial." from. Jove; "saturtwelve months, the following described nine," from Saturn, and "mercurial," "Beginning at a from Mercury, the nimble heeled. property, Ads. Read Beech tree on Yellow Bank Creek at tnoa-nmeflfty.-tblr- 'S Shakespeare's Birth. The exact date of Shakespeare's 'birth Is not known, and the accepted date of April 23 Is based on circumstantial evidence. There Is record evidence that be was baptized on April 20, 1D04, but no record evidence of the date of bis birth. He died April 23. 1610, and the Inscription upon bis Is evidence that be bad already year, but does not begun his give any blrtb date. From these data and other such Information on they could obtain, antiquaries In the eight eenth century. 100 years after hi death. Oxed the date of his birth 11s April 23. 1504, three days before hl dropped shoulder and the narrow skirt Tbe. beaded snMi In the front gives an odd girdle is snap fastened to place. A the seasou-t- be Interesting oriental suggestion.' The USE FOR PLAID TAFFETA.- merous. One day UN doc Hushed a flock of wild turkeys to the race of a natlvo youth who hud been creeping The boy promptly toward them. brought bis old fashioned six foot rltle to bis shoulder, and the bullet cut up tbe dirt under the dog's feet The next instnut tho boy disappeared In tbe brush. Later In the day tbe hunter came neruss u mountain cnbin and saw tbe sauiu boy In tbe yard with a man whom he took to be his father. He balled the man and angrily gave an account ot the morning's incident "He wasn't rorty ynrds away when he shot at my dog. I think he should have a good thrashing." he continued. "Misses n tlawa at forty yarrtsY" the mountnlneer usked In UHtontshment "Yo' neeijn't worry 'bout that llckln'. stranger; he sho will git one ull right!" ArgouatiL KEEPS YOUR HOME CLEAN. FRESH aft Combination Pneumatic Sweeper e, DUNTLEY Sweeper clean? without raisins dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelitv's, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case makes sweepme a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of movirtc and lifting all heavy furniture. The Croat Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or TPHIS Swiftly-Swecpin- Easy-Runni- mill, cm enjoy relict Irom liroom drudgery and protection irom the danger ot tl mg dust " Had Hit Say. Small Elmer (after tbe slipper exer-clsWell. I'm glad I ain't a girl, anyway. His Mother Why are yon glad? Small Elmer 'Cause I'd be ashamed to grow up into a big woman and punish Innocent little boys like mo. Chicago News. Chile's Walled Lake. In tbe 'Chilean Andes there Is a take 10,000 feet up In tbe mountains which to prevented only by a granite wall a few feet thick from devastating tbe valley below. Duntleyis the I'lonccr of Pneumatic Sweepers ei Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Ilruli. Very eakily operated and absolutely guari anteed. In buying a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give the "uuntlay a tr:u in your home at our expense? Writ today tor lull particular! I sweipek Aotni)riAnir.Wi mmi funiictnti it.. cosrm, hoi . CHICAGO w oltN the Little Want try us rur wem iuu wufjk Kingswood Mrs Jnme T. Smith nnd children, of Glen Dean, have been the guests of relatives nnd friends in town mid In the coun- try. Dr. McDonald, of Clovcrport, was In town on business last Friday. Mrs. Clarence Lewis and daughters are visiting relatives and friends in Meade county. Murray Heard Is visiting Mrs. Kerry in Clovcrport. J. S. J. Drear, of Clifton Mill, made a business trip to town last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of ("lien Dean, were the guests of Mrs Morris Heard for the week end. Miss l'lorcnce Akers has returned from n visit to Mrs. John Ncvilt at Has in Spring. Mrs. Godfrey Haswell has gone to Stcplicnswrt to visit her mother, Mrs, McCubhius. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Gibson and baby, of Saniple, have been the guests of Mr, and .Airs. Gits Shellmau. Mrs. Will Lcuiiou and daughter, Miss Jennie C. Lcuiiou, left for Steplicnsport Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. 11. Richardson and sons, of Garfield, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Couiploii. Mrs. C. Lewis lias returned to her home in New Albany after a visit to her parents, Mr. and .Airs J. H. Lewis. l'ost Master John O'Reilly was in Lou isvillc last week on business. Judge Dowell and Mrs. Dowell wen visitors in Garfield last Thursday. Judge Henry Dellnveu Moorman is at home from n trip to Washington D. C. and Atlantic Citv. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Robertson and Miss Klnora Robertson, of Gleu Dean, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson. Misses Mary Sheerau, Mary Kennedy, iVnnie O'Reilly and Maggie Ryan atten ded an ice cream supper at Kirk last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs I'reston Jarboe have moved to Grahamtowu where they will open up a store. Hob Hoard, of Louisville, is visiting his cousin, Ritssel Hook. Hoyt Hook, of Louisville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Heard. C. W. Moorman is out advertising the Hreckenridge County Fair, which will meet August 18, 19 and 20 Come every body. Miss Jane Ltghtfoot, of Clovcrport, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Heard. Miss Virginia Ditto has returned to her home 111 lSrandcnlmrg after a visit to her cousins the Misses Ditto and Mrs. John 1). Shaw. On last Tuesday evening seventy of tile young people of the town responded to invitations issued by Mr. and Mrs. John I). Shaw to meet their cousin, Miss A Virginia Ditto, of hrandeiibnrg. very pleasant evening was spent on their lawn. The out of town guests were Misses Virginia Ditto, of Hrandenburg; Agnes Hoarti, Hlinbcth 1'almer, Louisville; and Mr. John Walton Jolly, of Irviug-ton. PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising Snow Drift flour is SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White is ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Camp Meeting! NINTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT Patent made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON warranted Its IT! Julv j 24-Au- aust a 2. 1914. I Hardlnsburg It more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky As usual, we will have good music, led by people who know music and know the Lord. I trust hundreds who have seen this notice will make it in their plans to be with us in this annual feast of tabernacles. Many have promised to be present. You will observe that our meeting begins the Friday before the last Sunday cents in July, and closes the first Sunday in August. A collection of twenty-fiv- e will be taken at the gates the last Sunday for the running expenses. Surely those who desire this camp, to succed will be glad to contribute twenty, five cents for running xpeue, and its permanent establishment Booms and board can be hail on tors and regular evangelists ere entertained free, OB.JKOT: Tho chief objects of this camp mcetiiiff arc the silory of God, tho conversion of sinne-- s, Hie Miuctiticatioii or ueiicvcrs, ana the education of the tuny saved. All of our educational conventions have an important place in preparing men and women for their best work in training the minds ot tlio young, aim m nciping 10 nuuu cuamciur m iuc iuiiu.iuyu most critical state of young man and womanhood. To ministers, and especially young ministers and Christian work ers, I know of no place where tlicy can get, in ten nays, more inxniriitinn. snirituiil unlift and thorough preparation to win men tn Christ, than at a full salvation camp meeting. The time and money invested will bring larger returns than in any othci place I I trust many preachers and Christian workers will avail know. themselves of this splendid opportunity. Tho clear, strong prcaehing and enthusiastic, earnest singing will be a feast to all who know Christ us thoir personal Savior: and certainly as their personal soncti-Jicand it will create a hunger in tho heart of the lost for a living Chtist; so lot all como nnd get help, and help others. AH the saints of God need special spiritual food; hence this special fcat of good things. The following will be our leader: Kovs. Joseph Ilogtic, of Wichita, Kay., and J. L. Glasscock, of Cincinnati, O. These work-it- s arc well known us preachers and muiI winners. I do not hesitate to say that thoso who want clear, strong, helpful preaching, both on the line of regeneration and sanctitication. will not fail to get it with the ubove leaders. Knowing theai as I do, I feel suro they will have clear conversions and clear sanctilication, and that tho saints of God will get much to strengthen them und to build them up in their most Holy faith. The indications are that many will be here. I trust that we shall have a great meeting. Think, Pray and Como. lmor-mntinr; The Last and Final "Big" Reduction Wo nro giving you ample time and sufficient warning to save money. Do you need these goods? If you do, then do you want to save money?" It will pay you to buy these goods for future needs. REMEMBEK that this is the last big remarkably reduction that will bo made this season and if you should come in, in two or three months from now to buy these goods don't ask u. to cut the prices for we are giving you tho opportunity of your life NOW. low-pric- ed Men's Suits The suits are up in are part' of our regular stock. e Men's Oxfords.$13.48 11 '49 ,, - ever' respect and " 18.50 $15 00 13.50 $12.50 $11.00 S.50 iuits cut to suits cut to and $14.00 suits cut to suits cut to suits cut to suits cut to 9.98 8.98 7 98 5.98 $4.00 Oxfords cut to $2 98 $3.50 Oxfords cut to "IZ ZZ.Z.!1"ZZ"I1 .Z." 2iC9 $3-0Oxfords cut to 2.15 . ' $2.75 Ventilator Oxfords cut to. "' 1.98 J Laaies (Jxrords $3.75 Oxfords cut to $3.00 Oxfords cut to $2.50 oxfords cut to $2.00 Oxfords cut to : - n M en s Udd rants All pants 20 per cent Reduction. $5.00 pants cut to .. hoo pants cut to $3.00 pants cut to $3 98 $2.75 1.93 IZZZZI 1.75 1.49 - 3.i9 .. .... 2.59 EXPENSES.at reasonable rates. or near the grounds Rovq' rinfhinrr $8.50 87.50 0.50 $5.00 Pas Kingswood College. Next Session Will Open September 8, 1914. s suits cut to suits cut to suits cut to and $5.50 Hints cut to ' $0.19 .$5.89 S4 98 3 OS ' over We have just closed a .successful year with a splendid commencement were preparing for the ministr or missionary work. l'ftv f'.ltv of the itiK'-ntgood who are InThose Ounouk I'U r.i xt vear .iradiiaUs i' .ill 'Itiurtmeuts am. ntart t tiieir suns and daughters can m the eduuitio of the hi tel Call on or write to. t i: ves igate this institution. not do ln.il ' . 21.00 Axm nstor Rugs cut to $20.00 Ax.ninster Hugs cut to $ S.50 Crcx Rims cut to $1(5.00 DrUggetS $18.98 .,. 111.9S J. W. HUGHES, President. Mrs. $13.50 Brussels Rugs cut to Brussels Rugs cut to 5.98 13.49 10.98 60 cent Waists cut to S10 Waistscutto$1.25 and $1.50 Waists cut to 25c and 30c Corset Covers cut to 50c Corset Covers cut to. 25c and 30c Punts cut to 00c Pants cut t() (iOc Underskirts cut to ' Underskirts cut to Si. 25 Underskirts cut to Undersk.rt, cut to Gmvns cut to $1.25 Gowns cut to 1.50 Gowns cut to S1-00 Ladies' Muslin Underwear , :....J".79c 39c 98c .19c 39c 19C r.....39c ZZI II" 79c 98c 1.19 79c 98c 1.19 f! Ekron, motored to our town Thursday Miss Ruth McCubbius has gone to and called on a few friends. ShenlT Arthur T. Heard took a car- - Stcphensporl to be the guest of her H. Clav Smith renreseiitiiiir the Atitl- Mrs. Adele Cotmiff was in Louisville Saloon League, will speak at the iS.iptist load of stock to Louisville last wee'-tFridny. grandmother, Mrs. McCubbius. church Smidav morning at eleven o'clock I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers and son, riWli ()f Irv,IKtoll wvls j The public is conlially invited. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days We,,eM,a.. of Kirk, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. towu Your druggist will refund money II PAZO R. Blvihe. Will IJuvall and sou. lily Duval!, have, Joh WilUoll JoUv, of irvHiBtuti. OINTMENT (alls to cure any case of Itching, from Frankfort where they cut r(.cq)tioll' ,ivelI bv Mls. John lllind.Bleedingor Protruding Piles inbto 14 days, Albert Thompson, of Guston, was in M Xbe first application gives Ease and Rest Sue. to spend their vacation with relatives. ()f g, ,lolf)r of M,ss town Saturday. r.in. Mr. and Mrs. ('.. W. Hvans are back denburg. Mrs. Walter Atkinson has returned nt their post of duty at II. K Heard it from a visit to friends in Lodiburg. Mrs. Daily Heard and children have Co's store. returned from a visit to her parents, W. G. Lawson was buried at Cedar a'M r- - William Alii, of l.ouU-i- n Hill cemetery Friday at 10 a. m. HrneU Ilaswell. who ha, Iweu at work J"1' an Alt .school in Cincinnati, arrived vilJe. Mrs. Wulkur Ilrown and children, of Miss Margaret Conniff enteituined a Thursday to spend his vacation with his! Miss Lottie Klmore, of Owensboro, v Lewis-portspent Suuday with Mrs. number of her girl friends to a Slumber parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I;. Harwell the guest cf her cousin, Miss Stella Hall Addle Brown. Party Saturday evening. Alfred Heston, of SieVstou, Missouri Mrs. Juli.il Hook Jr. and daughters. Mrs. Sam Kaiu and children, of Mrs. Uallie Admire, of Louisville, Misses Clara. Hess, and Aliene Hook, spent a day and night with his parents Frankfort, arrived Friday to visit her has arrived for a visit to her sister, Mrs. have moved to their country home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Heston. sister, Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft. A. T. Adkins. Mesdames John Miles and B. A. McMesdames J. C. Crutcher and Charley Afee were in Louisville last week. Claycomb, of Webster, attended serv1 Miss Kathryn Hendricks, Herman ices at the M. E. church Sunday. Miss Virginia Ditto, of Brandenburg, and Roy P. Jolly, of Ilardiusburg, are visiting Misses Elizabeth and Ruby is visiting Misses Katie and Nannie Me Hook. Ghee. E V. Alexander and daughter, Mary Dr. W. B. Taylor and Harden Bram Alexander, Gillie Dowell and Hubert lette motored to Hodgenville Sunday. Lyons motored to Louisville Thursday. Services closed at the Methodist (FICTION NUMBER) Miss Ueulah Mudd, of St. Matthews, church Sunday night. Bros. Kendall is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ben- and Owen were faithful workers. The nett at their country home, Summer citizens feel that great work was i Herbert Heard, Misses Hannah. .mil Mary L.tKuc Heard have returned from the boat trip to Cincinnati, The;- joined the party chaperoned by During spare moment-- at tlit executive and Mr. Charlie Drury. at Irving-toWilson Mr. 1'ie.sident Wiwidruw mansion Here is one practices writing poetry. Miss Marline Monarch, of Kirk, was that wag composed lv him: the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook, For beauty I am not a star. There are others more lovely by far, last week. my face I dout mind it, Jame.s St. Clair, of Webster, was in You see I'm behind it. town last Wednesday on business. It's the fellows in front that I jar. HARDINSBURG. Judith, - n. Send us your mail order, inclosing the price as stated in this advertisement, stating size, style nnd kind of the article and if we cannot iill your order wo will return the money and if "the "ood'do not lit or suit you for the money, we will refund the money. Send Us Your Mail Orders and Let Your Money Help Pay Your Taxes. B. F. BEARD & CO., N55? Hardinsbiirg, Ky. 'TV VmU VrJCJ Xt3 1 ,t ALL MAIL ORDERS! II I H i SENT DAY RECEIVED Our stock for preserving fruits, jollies, etc., is complete. j Parowax, Canning Acid, Jar Rubbers Kill tho Flics and Stop Spread of Disease I Crude Carbolic Acid, Kreso Dip, Lime and Sulphur Solution, Fly Dope Sulphur Candles 10c Formaldehyde Candles 10c a large assortment r PARIS' GREEN for tobacco worms at right prices AUGUST CENTURY Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Feed Your Stock Hogs Sal-vet We print und develop films and Watch Them Grow The August Century is, as usuul, a Midsunimor Fiction Number, with short btorios to appeal to u wido variety of tastes nine altogether, including "Under Silken Skies", a story of Southern and by Maria Thompson Daviess, and "Hoodooed", it, tale of darky lifo and superstition, by Alice lleuan Rice, of "Mrs. Wiggs" fame. horse-racing love-niukiu- Seat. Miss Annie May Wilson Is visiting her grandparents at McQuady. Misses Catherine Hendry, of West Point, and Erie Smith, of Guston, have returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs, Newsom Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major, of Louisville, and Mrs. Ab Newman, Cairo, III., have formed a house party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington. Mrs. J. C. Younger and Eudora Younger, of Louisville, are gues's of Mrs. R. 13. McGlothlan. Johnnie Ilircher, of Brandenburg, Jeff Jolly and Miss Bessie Foote, of Bewleyville, were dinner guests of Mrs. Sue C. Jolly Sunday. , Mrs. Eminu Grauel, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ater. Blant Shacklett, Patch Shacklett, Jllant, Jr., and Miss Lula Bewley, of Dr. E. A. Lex spent Sunday in Lou isville. The First State Bank has been com pleted and is a handsome building. The cashier, J. C. Payne, and atsistant, Lottie Bandy, are all smiles. They moved in Monday mbrniug. The Quality Store Kincheloe's Pharmacy Hardlnsburg, Ky. g nylvanla and Ohio companies who are Interested in large timber operations in Called To Louisville. J, O. Leslie and wife, and sister, Mrs. Thos. Hudson, of Mook, were called to Louisville, Monday, on account of the serious illness of their father who is 84 years old. His death is expected at any time. Kor those who do not tare for fiction, there aro further "Roiniuicoucos of Tolstoy", by his son; part hreo of "Rodin's Mario Sukloll's story of her escape from a Siberian prison, and a paper on "Tho Sluvs of America", by Professor Kdward Alsworth Ross, besides now chapters from Arnold Bonott's delightful "Log of the Volsa", and of Albert Rigolow Paino's "Tho Car That Went Abroad." Note-Rook'- ', When baby suffers with eczema or tome Itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of it goes a long way and it is safe for children. 50c a box at all stores. VANZANT. J. D. McDonough returned Monday from a business trip in East Tennessee. Early in June Mr. McDonough was in Virginia and West Virginia for six days. On both occasions he was engaged la some special work for Penn- - the above mentioned States. The drouth extended over these States and gardens were nothing. Fruits and veg etables iu the mountains were very high iu price. Flora Aubury, of Vanzant, and Chas. Simpson, of Evansville, were married Friday, July 0, at Hardlnsburg. Mrs. Cressie Wroe, who has been visiting in Evansville and Owensboro, returned Tuesday preparatory to teaching the Babtown school. Charlie Chamberlain Better. Price 35 Cents Charlie Chamberlain's many friends will be glad to know that he is able after a long and serious illness to ride out 'in an automobile. While lie is not entirely Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly recovered he is very much improved. J. T. Mattlugly hacj him out in his machThe Old Standard general ttrengthealne tonic. UKUvtin i aiuM;t3 emu tunic anvei out ine accompanied by K. II, Shellmau and MiUria.enrichee the blood .ndbuildiuptbe iy tern. A true tonic. For adulU and children. S0e Will Claycomb.