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The Breckenridge news: July 29, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914072901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 29, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXIX FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. BRECKENRIDGE DEMOCRATSMLErS By Pages No. 4 SENATOR J. N. CAMDEN Who Will Bo Nominated For the Short Term Senatorship Tremenduous Majority, is One of the Most Extensive DO OUR DUTY. DEMOCRATS PAY HEED! Unanswerable Reasons Why Gov. James B. lYIcCreary Should Be Nominated as the Democratic Candidate For the Long Term Senatorship. The approaching primary election whlcn determines the nominee if the Democratic party for the long term Senatorship is the most critical election which has ever confronted the party. Unquestionably upon it depends whether the party is to continue su preme in tile affairs of the State, or whether it is to become a faction-torn,- " disrupted party, theieby destroying Its supremacy and opening wide the uve- nues to the Republican party, the pres ent minority party, to again assume coatrol of the State government. This peril is the result of the tinfor tunate issue on the liquor question attempted oy Congressman Stanlay and Gov. Beckham to be ued as the means of each obtaining the nomination for the exalted ot the Democratic nominee for the long term Senator-shi- p one espousing apparently State wide prohibition ncd the other apparently championing the continuation cf the manufacture and sale of liquor in its many forms. The history of all political parties is that whenever this question is raised as n party issue that it always marks the decline, deftut and ruin of the party thus burdened witn it Tennessee, our sister and neighboring State, is an example which all thinking Democrats should observe, and from its experience we should seek our guide against political disaster. Though the Democratic party is the majority party in that State, yet for years tho Republican party, the minority party, has had control of the State govern mentall because there exists within its ranki there the "wet'' and "dry'' factions. In the present cimpaign the bitter ness engendered within the Demo cratic ranks is apparent to all. From one end of the btate to the other the followers of those two gentlemen openly declare that if either be ncmi n.ited the opposing faction will not support him. The Republicans, for the first time in several years, snilf from afar the smoke of battle within Demo cratic ranks which portends Republican victory at the polls in November, the inevitable result of a divided party in the event that either Congressman Stanley or Gov. Bickham is the noini nee. That is the reason why Ex Gov. Willson and Col. Ernst and other prominent Republicans are fighting so vigorously for the Republican nominaDEMOCRATS, tion. WILL YOU BLINDLY FALL INTO THE CHASM OF POLITICAL DISASTER WHICH IS AHEAD, or will ou. like sensible men, weigh the consequences at stake, and then vote iu that way which will conserve the integrity of the Democratic party in this State? by everybody everywhere iu the Commonwealth that it Governor McCrearyls the nominee that no faction will oppose him; that his nomination iusures Democratic success at the polls, as it always has. It has been less than three years since Gov. was unanimously McCrearv called forth by all factions of the Democratic party then disrupted as now to head the ticket to redeem the State from Republican rule, which, by reason of the strife within party ranks four years previous had surrendered the Stale to the Republicans. How well did he succeed! The wisdom of the call for him was unmistakably manifested in the results at the polls in November, 11) 0, when a Republican majority of e 13,000 was converted into a grand, Democratic majority of 31,000! They say, that is, his opponents, that he's too old no. Well, he is but two years older now than and one-hathen. Ills mental and physical vigor man. This is is that of a middle-age- d 1 a Farmers in Kentucky, and One of the Ablest Men in Public Life. He is at Washington Valiantly Aiding the Administration in Putting Legislation, Leaving His Campaign st Through to Be Conducted By Every Loyal Democrat. Anti-Tru- " For the first time in bore than t generation Kentucky now has a prac tical, every day farmer as one of its representatives in the United States Senate. At the same time he is one of the most elegant, brilliantly educated and able men in the State. Senator Camden, of Verstilles, Woodford coun ty, Kentucky, is now filling the unexpired term of the Inte Senator Bradley, by appointment of the Governor, but, uYider the law, h's appointment only extends to the November election, although there is but two and a half months of the unexplre'd term left after the election. Upon the death of Senator Bradley Indeed, were he not endorsed by the voice of the Democracy of this State, such would be a species of ingratitude which would endure to the great discredit of the party. Moreover, although but i bliort time in the Senate, he is today one of the couspicuuus members of that body. President Wilson has openly and publicly commended him and his expressed views upon the great questions of reforms in trust leglsla tion now pending before that nugust body. The President relies upon him as one of the administration's staunch est supporters to bring about at the present session of Congre'ss the enact rat nt of the proposed laws dealing with the regulation of the trusts of the country. We all know that now the administration needs the presence and of all the Democratic Sen ators. at Washington, and Senator Cam den, ever alert to th-- j conscientous dls charge of a duty, refused to leave Washington to conduct his campaign for the Democratic nomination, leaving that matter to the consideration of all thinking Democrats of the State. That he will be nominated by an overwhelming majority is conceded on an siues, out the Democracy owes it to him to give him an unprecedented d, General Dennett 11. Young is n candidate for the short term for Tinted States No man in Kentucky is riper in experience or more able mid better fitted Senator to help boat the Republicans in November than he. In her many struggles in in victory and defeat lie lias served the Democratic party faitlififlly for over FORTY YEARS, asking no reward. Now, in the evening of a brilliant anil useful life, after giving to his nation, stale, party and people the best service there Mas in a true man, afterdoing as much for others as any living Keiituckian, he asks you for but one vote that he may sit as senator for a few months. lias he earned it? Can you deny it? Who is he? As a brave youth, his heroic and daring acts as a Confedeiatc soldier commanded the attention and admiration of two continents. His fights, capture, trials and final liberation compose n thrilling and interesting chapter in Rebel history. Ileing driven from his native land, he was educated in Scotland and finally, after the war was over, returned to Kentucky where he became, at once, a leading citien. He has long been known as one ofour state's great lawyers nud he is tile Soutb's most eloquent Confederate orator and its greatest historian. After Goebel's death, when life was unsafe and political chaos resigned, he did much by wise counsel to restore the state to peace and happiness. His untiring efforts, ten. dcr solicitude and great accomplishments on behalf of his less fortunate comrades, since the war, have made him the most beloved of Confederates and has resulted in his election and as Commaiidcr-in-CIiIe- f of the United Confederate Veterans Association, which is THE REMNANT OF EARTH'S GREATEST HAND OF WARRIORS. Maimed and disabled, and cared for in the Confederate home, or nursed in declining years by tender hands nt home, every man true to the cause we loved and for which our people fought will rally to our Chief; and, those demo crats who know not the sacrifices he made, who know not of the bitterness of the cups from which he has drunk in private life, who know not how each time he emerged a stiongcr and more beloved man can well afford to inform yourselves. And, the talent, characrcr, eloquence and force that he offers to Democracy, as a candidate, is worth more than money, even if money could be legally used. He belongs to no section, nor faction, but is the candidate in whom the representatives of THE LOST CAUSE ask recognition. lo you we commend our friend. In victory or in defeat, he will conduct him self as a brave and loyal soldier and true democrat, and will reflect credit on his supporters whether in the Senate chamber or at home with those who love him best. Respectfully submitted, I. J. Muckenfuss 1 Hate Washington .Confederate Vererans. Thomas Simmons J 1 Gus Drown Committee. John O'Rielly Henry Dellaveu Moorman J Ken-uck- verified by his splendidly active record as your Governor. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTYN'EEDS HIS CANDIDACY NOW EVEN GREATER THAN THEN. Don't let piirlinship for any candidate imperal the very existence of the grand old p.irty which for more than sixty years has been a valued and valuable heritage for each succeeding generation. It would be blind fully t Both Stanley and Beckham are young men, and there is ample time for each to receive the .political preferment he may deserve at the hands of his party. But above all save the party. Remember a wet and dry faction within the patty's ranks is fatal to its domination of State or county affairs. To nominate either Stanley or Beckham automatically divides the party into such. But separate and apart from the need of Gov. McCrcary's nomination to save the party, is there a more conscientious, deserving, faithful Democrat in the State? Has he not served with dis tinguished credit, loyalty and fidelity the Grand Old State in its loftiest polit-- t ical positions? In all his long years of I public life as Governor twice, as U. S majority. sonally Let every Democrat per became an active campaign manager in his behalf. AND, TOO, CAMDEN'S NOMINATION AND NAME ON THE BALLOT IN NO VEMBER IS A HOST WITHIN IT SELF TO THE CAUSE OF 'l HE PARTY. We need him infinitely more than he needs us. Consider, Democrats, what the President of the United States and thu Democratic colleagues of Senator Camden would think of the intelligence of the Democracy of Kentucky were it to take from the party councils this magnificent young man whose eminent ability has already received the seal of approval from the President and his Senatorial colleagues, and who is now a recognized force in the administration's staunchest backers in this criti cal period at Washington, and send in the duty of appointing his successor de his stead for the remaining two and HBrat volved upon the Governor. The ap one-hamonths a new, untried force. polntmeut of J. N. Camden to that ex-- ( Senator Camden has lived for more alted position was inevitable because, than 25 years upon a large farm four not only in recognition of the splendid miles trora Versailles, Woodford coun" lability he possessed for the position, ty, Kentucky. He lives there winter but no Democrat in the State surpassed and summer. He is intensely interested f him inparly loyalty, and none probably in all matters pertaining to the agri; equalled the incalculable services ren cultural interests of Kentucky. He has dered the Democratic party in the cam dune more single handed for the uppaign of 19i0. Senator Camden laid lift of the farmer !u this State than any jjiaside his tremenduous private affairs other one man. He is a man of in faud gave his personal attention and herited fortune and his father, the late Jmore money to the campaign fund than United States Senator John N. Cam auy tingle individual in Kentucky in den, of West Virginia, himself a man of vast business interests, intended his of the State in 1O1O. He was the Chair son to become actively in charge of big of the State Democratic Campaign business interests, man but Senator Camden when a young man married a Kentucky ana Kentucky rewatuea his immeas girl and choose to make Kentucky his urable services to the party by return home, living on the farm mentioned in? trie Handsome maturity of Ml (KM) for from that date. There he has con TO THE VOTERS OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY: I I am asking for the Republican nomination for Congress in this district tlnuously lived from that period, and his appointment to the vacancy in the his life bears witness to his sterling feel that I need no introduction to the people of my home county, having been born United States Senate was forthwith qualities. It is said that there is not a and reared here, and lived and worked among you all of my life. Your interests uda. The Democracy of tha Slain single farmer In that sec ion of the have been my interests and your people are my people. You have known my sue. r. tun or. amont cesses and failures; my virtues and my faults. You know my capacity and my limmi r tint i.nav mm. State who is not an enthusiastic sup itations. I have always tried to be public spirited and enterprising, supporting and l:iAr turn riftmnprHlit art nnnnclmrihlm porter of Camden. And why should wr.tbe nomination as the Democratic they not be? Every one of them know doing that which seemed to be for the best interests of the community and the ndldate for the remainder of the short and recognize in him one of their num- county, both from a moral and commercial standpoint. How well I have succeeded KB, wnicn is ouiy iwu anu ouenail ber. Ho gives great barbecues and in- you will probably knovy. I have always been a Republican in politics and have taken an active interest months after the November election. vites all farmers everywhere to attend. On what theory can any thinking On these occasions he has experts from and part in all things political. I have spent a great deal of time, thought, labor and money and made many sacrifices for my party I have fought its battles in mocrat cast his vote against Senator various agricultural colleges present to season and out of season; in adversity, failure and defeat as well as when success has i iiHr in Hinenr i uuu mi iin mi Wf lit.. -- .f ...nr.A.r1u.. MU111LV ciLiicr give lectures to the farmers on various crowned our efforts and prosperity smiled on us. In doing tt is I think I have made M.... 1HI UL IIIUI3UUUUCUI topics of interest to them. He pays all u t r II L' many warm and loyal friends nud of course some enemies. I. tr UUUK Ui W 111 UlUILII MID Ilia bills himself. I Everything Is free to all I appeal to all Republicans in Breckinridge County to come out and urge others periors. It can not be said that who attend. , to come and give to me a large and substantial vote and handsome majority in the her of those gentlemen in point of On July 20, at his home, another al wortn or fitness for the eminent barbecue will be given to the delegates primary, and thereby insure my nomination and at the same time demonstrate to the rest of the district that my home people are for me. him. For the sake of lion surpass of the State Convention of the KenTo my friends who are not Republicans, I would ask that you lend your aid, ument place them on the same tucky Division of the Farmer's Educainfluence, good will and encouragement to me in the primary and thereby assist me in tnose particulars, men unv Union of Amer-- . in polling tional and the largest possible vote. I believe that I am justly entitled to this rec r. Grateful, thinklnif Democrat ica. Senator Camden has telegraphed ognition and support regardless of your politics, and I assure you that I will always and must choose him because of that he will probably be unable to leave eminent party service rendered by bis duties at Washington, but his mag- remember and properly appreciate it. Sincerely yours, In the memorable campaign of nificent home will be turned over to he's W. SHERMAN HALL. His opponents can not, nor do the delegates on that day, whetherto all or not. Everything is free oretend to possess such claims thereattend and all are invited. who Democrats, show your appreciation the party for actual services ren- STOCK YARDS DESTROYEO BY FIRE All of this man on the first day of August BOURBON as has Senator Camden. casting elegant gentle-bu- t by would beyour vote for him. In truth, are nothing short of a disaster it when it comes to scrutinising In Democratic ranki to defeat him But More than five acres of buildings at the Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville, Ky., with, the view of arriving at the as to that there is not the slightest are iu a mass of ruins, following a most disastrous fire which occured there at midchoice of the Democracy, every danger. He deserves the unanimous night Monday, One thousand head of sheep and cattle were burned. Loss estl- endorsement of the party. , Camden. A Democrat. i mated at fojo.coo fully covered by insurance. lf f Hfc -- jijjP' Senator, as Congressman and as State Legislator, is there a single blot or stain upon his whole political career? Is it uot one continuous recital of fidelity to his party and to the people generally? Is it not true that the closest scrutiny of his personal and political career discloses that, indeed, his is rare in that aught cannot be said to his detriment iu all these yea? It is not at all reasonable to conjecture that a paiallel career In the political history of the State will ever be written. Moreover, a more gallant, Confederate soldier never donned the gray than he. It is history that in his teens lie enlisted as a private and that when undei 21 years of age he was promoted to a y Lie for gallantry on the field of battle. Is there a true whose very being does not thrill with pride for this kind of a man? His candidacy doubtlessly presents to you lor tlu: last time an opportunity to pay tribute to one of the old veterans who wore the gray. Will you violate the teachings of your father, and that which he cherished fervently, by refusing to vote for a man whose young life was imperilled on many battlefields fighting for that which he and all who espoused the Lost Cause then believed should prevail? He who does undoubtedly does violence to his contenant-ColonelcKen-tucki- science. Democrats, rtuiember that a vote for McCreary is a vote for party unity, conservation and success; that a vote against lib nomination is a vote for is conceded W. SHERMAN BALL 1 old-tim- lf 11 party dissolution, disruption and disaster. By yjur vote trample on the liquor issue within the party's ranks and thus serve notice to all aspiring in the future that he dare uot try to inject into u Democratic campaign any issue for personal gain which imperils the existence of the party. Stanley's Louisville speech opened the ej es of the Democracy of tne State to the bitterness of the strife between him a.ul Beckham occasioned by the liquor question, and from one end of the State to the other Gov. McCreary's nomination was immediately accepted by all thinking Democrats as the only safe, sane nud sure solution of the present party strife, and thousands of former adherents of those two gentlemen Immediately enlisted under McCreary's banner. Will you join them? or will you vote aga'nst his nomination, thereby pulling down upon your heads the Temple of Democracy, our State's chiefest asset. A Democrat. office-seeke- J AT HARDINSBURG, IRVINGTON AND STEPHENSPORT LEAGUE u EVERYBODY JOIN THE HEALTH The Health League Campaign is now A on in Breckeuridge County. canvass was made in Clover-poyesterday and the work will be conhouse-to-hou- NOW rt will arrive here early iu the fall. It it certainty hoped that the campaign will be a success and the, success depends upon each individual. No one should for theconuty needs fail to the nurse the young men and women who are dyiug by inches with tubercu losis and many who are endangered by it, need her. She must come. GivV your dollar to the campaign and JoUi, without solicitation, high-tone- tinued at Stepheusport, Thursday and al Hardiusburg Friday. Every home will be solicited iu these towns for new members at one dollar a year. Funds to be used iu establishing the visiting nurse work. If sufficient funds are raised the nurse Pour Weeks to Greater Efforts and Bigger Plans Than Ever are Being Made For a Great Wait for a Good Time Breckinridge County Fair Hardinsburg, Kentucky Make Your Plans Now u and Invite Your Guests to Come 0 AUGUST want their work to inspire others. 18, 19, 20, 1914 .... b o Splendid Display of Fine Stock Positively the Best Line of atin Show Rings. Races of the Ever Offered by any tractions Fastest Kinds. Fair. Special Notice to the Young Women many gittea young gins .n u.c uu.v Send us some of your needle work for Floral Hall. There are - i sr Mm n Till t f Let us have a piece ot your embroidery or some 01 your.un.uuy I w f-- er"w id o C. V. ROBERTSON President lov.ed J. husband and father. Mrs. W. G. Lawson and family. a future intrusion consequences. they must suffer the indi-..nH.- ED. DILLON Secretary iag fir mw lll-Ii- i Dies at Kingswood-Will- FARMER is Green Lawson Taken After a Few Days Illness. Ivy.. July :J7. (Special ) Lawson, a well known farmer, aeil I3, .lied at hi home July after an illness of otily a few (lays. His fuueral was preached by Rev R. O. Gilpin, anil his remain, were quietly laid to i est in Cedar Hill cemetery at KiDKiWii.ttl, I What Every Wo man Wants for Herself is Sterl- Constipation causes headache. Never can tell when you'll mash a ili7!nps5. drowsiness. I' or a burn or r fini-cor sutler a cut. bruise, mild, opening medicine, use Doan's scald, lie prepared. Thousands rely 23c a box at all stores. 0Ur Kegulets. Mr. Thomas' Kclcct C Ull. druncist sells it. '"c and 50s. For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay Mc-Corma- SHERIFPSSALE! ck ing Silver A HILUPS. Kkctric Progress experts who are world famous told the delegates at the Klectric Unlit Convention 111 I'lulatlel- phia, that within ten years the $500.00 of electric automobile with an And a mouth, would be here. tlo.ou that vegetable growth could be increased as a 7S per cent by the use of electricity p Willis Gi eeu Card Case Purse A Church beiptf a uood man and a citizen has extended far. He was always patient, loving, .sympathetic and ready to lend a helping' baud to those who were in need, und leaves a host of friends to mourn his loss. As a business man he will be nro.itlv missed. His reat intellect anil thinking ability greatly enabled him to be a blessing to the business wotld. Mr. Law.sou professed religion when :it the ago of eighteen, and when we look back over his life we are forced to say there is a reality iu the religion of the Lord Jesus Christ, Mnce it has enabled him to outride the storms of life, surmouut the difliculties, overcome the tests aud give a living testimony that it is blessed to live In the Lord. This was not only a testimony of llro. Law-so- n years ago, but as the end drew near, he called his loved ones to his bedside one by one and said, "I can't be with you much longer; meet me in heaeu,'' aud when the end came he was as brave as a mighty army; giving different expressions that all was well with his soul. Mr. Lawson was married August 21, 18!K). to Miss Clara Allen Clnycomb. To this union was born five childre- ntwo boys and three girls all of whom are Hvlui;. He was married to Hettle Collins December 30, 101U, which was a happy union but so soon broken. Irvinmon. Mr reputation A Coin Purse ;s A Vanity Case A Fan Chain A Pocket-hoo- k stimulant. (Virfiol.l 011 in Tucker has traded his home the Hill to Will Morton for his farm the country. The change to be made Hat Pins Ik'tiutifut line of 5,'iftn Summer occasions for picnic which was enjoyed by several from town. Sam lleavin spent part of last week with his daughters Misses Maggie aud JEWELER Ivluabeth lleaviu. Frank Storms was in Oweusboro last Hardinsburg, Kentucky Monday. Mrs. Li.ie Ilrowu, of Henderson, was the guest of Mrs. lluckby last week. Streets Oiled Here. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrick are visiting rel The street in front of St. Rose Cath atives in the country. olic church and O'Connell's tore and Frank Storms, wife and daughters, residence in Chestnut street has been Marv Irene anil Anna Lee went to Har oiled and makes it very pleasant for the dinsburg last Tuesday with Forest Dry-de- n residents. Be fine to have oiled streets Weatherholt in the automobile. all over town, especially in the busi Mrs. Will Wood and children, after a ness section. short visit to relatives here and to her parents in the country have returned to Indigestion. Cured of their home 111 Louisville. Mrs Sadia I' Clawson, Indiana, Pa., Marv and Tina Keil went to Louisville was bothered with indigestion. "My Tuesday in acceptance of an invitation stomach pained ma night and day, from their aunt. Miss Jane Ilamuleton, slu writes. "I would feel bloated and - who will return with them Saturday lor have headache and belching after eatrelatives and lns. I also suffered from constipation. a month's vacation. We. as neighbors, R. L. Fenwick and Mrs. Fenwick with friends extend a hand of love, wishing Mv daughter had used Chamberlain's to express our profound sympathy to Tablets and they did her so much good their son. Robert, after an outing at thO-- e who are left to mourn ms loss. that she cave me a few doses of them Dawson Springs will be with her parents Hut we would say, weep not as those and insisted upon my trying them Mr. and Mrs. Kdmondson tins week. who have no hope. When death is Thev helned me as nothing else has Miss Clora Fisher who has been with swallowed up in victory and we ore done." For sale by all dealers. her sister in Mousfield, Ohio for the wafted home to heaven above, I am past month arrived here to spend a few shure wu shall see him there. Card of Thanks. days with Mrs. Keil and Mrs. Uamule ton. We wish to express our most heait Only Oao "BROMO QUININE" Raids have been made on tomato for the kindness shown us felt thanks To set the genuine, call for full mmc, I.AXA. neighbors during natches by loys both white and colored. bv our friends and rivusunuoouiNlNU. Lookforelirnatureol Cotd In One Day. Blope U.W.CROVK. Cure of our be- - The parents have been informed aud iu couth and beadacbe. anil work 08 cold. 36c the recent illness and death attended the birthday dinner last Mon-daof Mrs. Miller's nephew, Frank Johnson. There was also a Moonlight the first of September. lake Miller, wife and daughter, Helen, T. C. LEWIS, Ily virtue of a judgement, No. 828 directed to me, which issued Irom the Quarterly Court iu favor of K. II. Ogles-b- y against Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, I or one of mv deputies, will, on Wednesday the 12th day of August, 1914 between the hours of 12 o'clock, A. M., an 4 o'clock p. M., at Cloverport expose to I'ublic Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to'satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs One Ilav Stallion, four years old. Ap proximate debt, interestand costs $110.77 levied upon as the property of Dr. F. L. Liehtfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate ot 6 per cent, per annum from day of sale, mid haviiiL' the force and effect of a re plevin bond. A. T. Heard, S. I. C. Ily W. C. Fate, D. S 1 t: or straw. P. M. BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. BUY THE VERY BEST aualitv and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but C.hean mint soon cracks and peels nnrl ia neither useful nor ornamen tal Vmi ran have a guarantee of hip-hes-t nflp BIG SPRING Don't foreet Masonic picnic at Irv Ineton, Saturday, Aug. IS. Mrs. John Hlcks.'of Texas, was the truest of Mrs. Moorman Hardaway Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Strother and Miss Mar tha Boslv. of Owensboro, arrived Fri day to visit Miss Zelma Strother. The Ladles of the Methodist church L'ave And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint neeas uxiuy aim wo wm send you our PAINT Jjuua. free. 11 givea pncea uu other valuable inlormation. Paints Silver Seal Varnishes and Finiahma. Stain Kentucky Paint Mf'g Company, (Incorporated) 313 W. Market St. their annual Ice cream supper Moorman the 2.'ith. Misses Vennie and Vertie LOUISVILLE. KY. have returned to Quincy, III., after having spent two weeks with friends and relatives. Miss Ritchie, of Louisville, spent last EIZJ55 .i week with Mrs. Van Nelson, weather, and the Utilities Company! I A Corporation With A Soul. will be thanked by many an indtvtat Mrs. Sallle Morris was overcome by in the towns where its service exV heat Wednesday. She Is now better. Blue Grass Clipper. The Kentucky Utilities Company is Re 7. Penlck returned from Mays Saturday, then went to Custer, one corporation that has a soul, for It Grove Mrs announces that durine the remainder where he will hold a meeting. L I II If of the hot weather It will furnish free Penlck and chlldreu went with him. life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the sick, electric fan service. This Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly for prove most satisfactory and help family system tonic. Price, $1.00. will The Old Standard general atrengthenlnp tonic. those who are so unfortunate as - OROVK'S TABTKUtsa chill TONIC, drives out Malarla.curlcbea the blood .and build ud the A true tonic. For adults and children. 90s ful to to be sick during this extremely torrid XT it. Ull PROGRAM OF W. M. U. Union At Woman's Missionary To Have Annual Meeting Bew Go to Church and Get Acquainted With Your Clergyman; He's Not a Bad Sort CAN'T bo a hypocrite," wns the ready excuse of one man when nuked why ho didn't attend church. "I know that J am not righteous and that I cannot practice what tho church preaches." There is hone for this num. IIo is the kind tho church wants. If ho is not righteous ho is not happy. Let him acquire tho habit of GOING TO CUUlfCII and lip will got a hroador, better and hnppicr view of life. Wo cannot all bo saints. Hut surely a man can forget the temptations of the world for one hour or otic day each week. At least for the hour or so that lie is in church he can really think over the big things in life. Let him listen to the word of God and do his best. Of course there are some persons in every community who will criticise as freely the man who UOHS TO CiltFHCIi as the man who stays away. THE OLD RELIABLE leyville, August 27, 1914. Hswleyvllle, Ky , July 87. (Speslal) The program fur the annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union for August 27 l.s as follows: Morning: Devotion Exercise Mrs. Abe Sklllmnn; Welcome Address Miss Beulah Payne; P.csponsc Mrs. Why We Have Met Mrs. Tom Cot-trcll; "I Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong Yti Gregory. Business: Round Table Discussion On Tithing im by Mrs. J. T. Jones; Solo Miss Hannah Beard; Dismiss-- By Mrs. Bate Washington. Noon: Devotion Supt of W M. tJ; Solo Miss Ellen Munford; Training School Miss Meda Ditto; The Individ ual Society. Its Work Led by Mrs. Shaw; Organization Mrs. I. U. Richardson; Enlistment Mrs. Date Hern-don- ; Malntalnenco - Miss Maud Smyth; How I Conduct My Meetings Mrs. . T. Jcnes: Personal Vork Mrs. W C. Moorman; Individual Standard of Excellence Miss Lena Payne; How We Meet Our Appointment Miss Jennie Payne; Mission Study Mrs. J. T. Ow en. Song Onward Christian Soldiers Dismiss by prayer. Committee: Miss Lena Payne, Mrs. J. T. Jones, Mrs. Thos. Gregory. When in Need ol Anything Come to us tint Old Sores, Otter Rinttlit Rii't Con The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter' Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve! Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 60c, $1.00. MEMORIAL left NO MAN WHO GOES TO CHURCH CAN BE A HYPOCRITE LONG. DEEP DOWN IN HIS HEART HE KNOWS THAT HE CAN-NOSELL GOD A GOLD BRICK. IF ORIGINALLY HE GOES TO CHURCH SOLELY TO MAJE A GOOD IMPRESSION WITH HIS NEIGHBORS AND THIS IS TO BE ENCOURAGED EVENTUALLY HE WILL FIND THAT HE S GRADUALLY BEING LED TO THE RIGHT SORT OF LIFE. IT IS EASY TO ACQUIRE THE GO TO CHURCH HABIT. TRY IT ONE SUNDAY. WHEN ANOTHER ROLLS AROUND YOU'LL FEEL A PANG OF REMORSE IF YOU DON'T GO AGAIN. GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR CLERGY MAN. YOU'LL FIND THAT HE IS NOT A BAD SORT. TALK TO HIM. IF YOU HAVE ANY CRITICISM OF THE CHURCH OR ITS METHODS. DON'T TALK ABOUT IT ON THE OUTSIDE, BUT TELL HIM. HE'LL MEET YOU HALFWAY. NONE REALIZES MORE THAN HE HOW HARD IT IS TO WORK UP AN INTEREST IN RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS AMONG SOME PEOPLE. But trivo him mid his church a chance. GO TO UIUHCH once! T SAB-BAT- H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cum I). Phone IS. Kldtnce htllman House Hardinsburg, 3k. . ::: Kentucky ! 1! I Office ' is 11 Over 11 Farmers Bank m m is 111 g,,t lb w 1 in 1 a i A ?a.&y. Then iro again! Gilbert Galloway, of Cave Spring, BE Monday for Louisville where he has a position. On Sunday evening, July I9. at 1:40 Miss Bessie B. Weatherford left Wed p. m., the death angel visited the home Cloverporl Citizens Should Read of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jas. McClellan and nesday for Clarkson for a week's visi' baby girl, Ora with Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Payne. took from them their and Heed This Advice. Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, of On- Bell, age three months and sixteen days. The baby was critically ill of ensboro, are here for several' days visit Kidney trouble is dangerous and whooping cough and fever a little over with Mr. Gray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. often fatal. a week, and the little one's vitality J. W. Gray. Don't experimsnt with something could not withstand the disease. Ora Miss Lelon Butler left Wednesday new and untried Use a tested kidney remedy. Bell was an exceptionally bright child for Louisville where she will study Begin with Doan's Kidnev Pills, loving disposition and won her music. She will stay with Mrs Emma of a Used in kidney troubles 50 years. Recommended here and everywhere. way Into the affection of everv one Lester while there. The following statement forms who knew her. Idolized by her par Mrs. J. M, Crume and baby visited proof. ents, death has made desolate a; happy her grandfather, Jesse Macy, of GarMrs. Edward Cullen. Eighth street. home and cast a shadow of gloom over field, Thursday. Cannelton, Ind., savs: "I always praise Doan s Klunev Pills when 1 have loved ones that time only can heal. Miss Agnes Board, of Louisville, and the opportunity. tried many rente Consolation and sympathy can avail Miss Martine Monarch, of Hardinsburg, take hold of but none seemed little in dispelling the gloom that hov- were week end visitors to Miss Isabelle diestrouble like Doan'sto Kidney Pills. the but tho thought ers over the family, They acted like magic on mv kidneys, Moorman last week. and it wasn't long before I was per- that she is happier In a home above visii.unut.t1i. nilrml Vn, m'lti Pnnlfnilu Mrs. Kelly Watts, who has been should give them comfort. Sleep on, iting her parents in Qwensboro for the publish mv former endorsement of this dear little Ora Bell, peacefully be thy remedy. SELECT THIS FOR SUMMER. sleep; thou art gone, but not forgotten past week, returned home Friday. Price .jOj. at :ill dealers. Don't Mrs. Milt Board, of Louisville, is situplv ask for a kidney remedy get memory fade. Grieve Never will thy linen thin enough to be Here N Uoans Kidney Pills the sHine tnat not dear father and mother, for little visiting Mrs Ethel Moorman. Co., tool mid i'Xiuislti In Its color of Mrs. Cullrn had. Ora Bell is not dead, she Is only sleep Mrs. Percy Macy spent the day with Props., Buffalo, X. Y. pint;. Imilrii'd with white cotton ing In the realms of perfect bliss her mother. Mrs. Norton, at Westview. Drald null trimmed with erueliet tint tons iiinl the Inevllnlile collar The vi.She's only waiting to greet you some Saturday. Cloverport, took charge of her belong,U tn l.4f linr! la rtrirrht J. mode, which Kev. J. W. Hughes and daughter, ings, but until little more than a, year coat is In the , . .r T A Is showing Itself ucaln this sc:ion oaun anu lair. tier cousin, josie P.LI! Miss Mary Hughes, of Kingswood, ago did not open all her trunks. In dainty hat of white tnal and pink were here Saturday. going through one of taem he foucd Dowel's anil Imttiin hunts itf white IhicU Severe Attack of Colic Cured. S. II, Davis purchased a lot from W. the letter that had never been read. mid what N nime siimme r. ; E. E. Cross, who travels In Virginia G. Payne and will erect a residence at After its perusal he sent it to his and other Southern States, was taken once. brother, William, in Wichita, who guest of relatives and friends in Louissuddenly and severely ill with colic H P. Smith, ot Louisville, is here immediately wrote to the officials of ville this week. At the first store he cane to the mer buying tobacco. Essen. Search was begun and, the Mrs. Charlie Payne and two children, chant recommended Chamberlain's A Mr. and Mrs. Craycroft, of Guston, thought to be dead, was found. Marvin and Uve are the guests of Mrs. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy correspondence was begun between the Will visited Mrs. Craycroft's parents, Mr. James, of Centertown, this week Two doses of It cured him. No one cousins, Herman and Will Tabeling, Mrs. M. L. Crews, last week. should leave home on a journey with and Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne visited who had never seen each other. After out a bottle of this preparation. For close correspondsnce they are to raett Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys, of West Point Best Diarrhoea Remedy. vtale by all dealers. next month. As a means of identifica last Saturday and Sunday. If you have ever used Chamberlain's tion they will wear pennants of purple Misses Kitty Miller, and Allie, were Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy silk bearing in white letters the wo d the guests of Miss Hula Adkisson last you know that it Is a success. Sam F. "Wichita." Herman wrote that his week and attended the picnic at Rhodelia Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had pennant had arrived, and that he would last Saturday. measles 'and got caught out In the rain, meet the Vanderland as she docks at Mrs. Kd Rohertsoii and children, MilDon't forget Masonic picnic at Irv and it settled in my stomach and bow- Rostock. The two will proceed by way ington Saturday, August i5. els. I had an awful time, and had it of Hamburg to Essen where William dred and Owen ISdward, of Irvington, Prof. C. M. Payne and wife havo not been for Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- Tabeling will show to his aunt the let- were the guests of Mrs. Carlt Payne last Sunday. gone for a month's visit to Mrs. Payne's era and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not ter she wrole to his father thirty-on- e Moore, near possibly have lived but a few hours years ago. That woman is now eighty James Watlington visited his hrother parents, Mr. and Mrs. longer, but thanks to this remedy, I years of age uud walks one mile to Nat Watlington, of Hardinsburg, last Repton, Ky. The stork visited the home of Mr. am now well and strong.'' For sale by church every Sunday with her nephew, Saturday ana Sunday. Harrison Ashcraft, of Khodelia, was in Herman. and Mr3. Prank Davis July 10, and left all dealers. Louisville one'day last week. with them a big fine boy, David F. Headache and Nervousness Cured. Davis. We are glad to say that Jake Miller How William labeling Mose Payne, who was badly bitten "Chamberlain's Ta lets are entitled has so much improved that he was able Happened to Go Abroad. to all the praise I can give them' to attend the picnic at Rhodelia last Satby a hog several days ago, Is able to be eut. writes Mrs. Richard Olp. Spencerport, urday. Thirty-on- e years ago Elizabeth Vage-poh- l, N Y. They Lave cured me of headache Miss Ola Ilasham was at Webster last Lon Gregory, of Eveleigh, visited his of Essen, Germany, wrote a let and nervousness and restored ma to Saturday. Mice, Mrs. H. B. Moorman, Wednester to her brother, William Tabeling, of my normal health. " For sale by all day. Hue Casey, of Louisville, was the guest ;' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn, of Chi- Breckenridge county, Ky., asking him dealers. of relatives and friends here last week. cago, came Monday for several days to write and tell her all about himself C. C. Grant attended the funeral of family. At the time the letter was vMt to Mrs. Glenn's parents, Mr. and and his brother, George Grant, of Uniontown received William Tabeling wait hauling Mrs. Morr Pumphrey, near Westvlew. last Saturday. staves for the Cincinnati Cooperage lodge at Co, George Cox visited his parents Mr. and Several from here attended He put the letter in his pocket Don't forget the Masonic picnic at Hardinsburg Monday night. Mrs. Dick Cox, of Union Star, last Sun-- 1 unopened. On his way home his team Saturday, August 15. day. Miss Rosie Edwards, of near Moolc, ran away and he was killed. His wife Miss Lucile Parr and sister Mildred, left Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. for some inexplicable reason, never In Visalia, California, one Jose Garcia Jesse Patterson, of Louisville. opened the letter, but put it carefully and Elden were visitors of their Uncle a Mexican, entered the store of a Mr, Noyawra and shot S. Hasiguba, K. Miss Nell Cashman, of Louisville, away. When she died eighteen years Mr. Hoard, of Hkroa, last Sunday. Miss O'Bryant. of Rhodelia, is the Mrs. Noyawra, U. SuwatobI and visited Mrs. H. B. Moorman Thursday, ago her son, Frank, now living in 7 cpn-vinci- You're hot You're tired You're thirsty Vork is hard The hours long 1 1 T ll II f J7 A Step to the nearest foun- tain and say 11 Fuster-Milbur- n her-Hild- The first sip view-poin- t. will put you back on the right track and by tKe time you have eagerly drained the last drop you'll be looking at the world from a You'll be cooled, refreshed, stimunew lated. You'll go back to your work with new vim and new vigor. Try At It Here. There. Everywhere. IbuntsQp or Bottled These Good Dealers Sell Parfay Gibson's Confectionery Charles Grant. Garcia had entered the store for the purpose of robbery. While the fight was going on in the rear of the shop, the proprietor summoned Grant. The officer ran through the shop and into the rear where the fight was in progress. Emerging from the brightly lighted shop into the dark yard hi could not see the Mexican who was crouching in the shadThe Mexican attacked ow of a fence. the officer slashing him across the abdomen and inflicting wounds about the shoulders, neck and arms, lighting for his life, Grunt threw the Mexican away from him and brought his revolver into play, shooting the Mexican through the throat. Xot wanting to shoot again he clubbed Garcia over the head with the n . Allen Kingsbury butt of his revolver. Daed and from the wounds he had received, Grant staggered a block and a half before he was overcome. Help was summoned and the wounded man was taken to the Visalia general hospital where doctors White, Grove and Preston operated upon him. At an early hour it was reported that Grant's condition, while serious is not necessarily fatal. Charlie Grant is u brother of C. C. Grant, of Lodiburg. Noy-awr- a, When baby suffers with eczema or tome Itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment. A little of It I'oes a lone way and it Is safe for children. 50c a box at all stores. yiciiiciiopui rti mTnnnnnnnnnT 1 1 IVfemberslrip Campaign ett r" il nnnifa i luuay, t 1 1 1 11 vniyiun wm m wm Everybody Join The Health League! tiniinnrinii nai uiiiouuinn n tin n y inuiouay. 1 m 11 l" 1 1 " 1 11 i mnmrmrmwi i way. THE BRECKENRIDGE issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY NEWS, SWhorn Hull EnWtnd Rath JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher EXTRAVAGANCE IS A DANGEROUS CAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914 HE DOEsWTAKEWLD CffAACES. EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nntl 5c for.cnch ndditionnl iuertion. CARDS OF THANKS ovor.fivo lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot 5 cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plea; "tify ns. THE PRIMARY. On next Saturday the voters of Kentucky will no to the poll and express their" choice of candidate" to bo nominated by their re and long terms, and spective wirties for United States Senator, of Congiess. Very little interest is for members of the Lower House manifest in the Republican or Progressive nominations, and the same may do said of the short term nomination for United states senator, As to the Congressional race, while some opposition exists to Mr, Johnson growing out of the distribution of patronage, yet it does not amount to enough to jeopardize his nomination, as it is conceded that he will entry every county :n the district. In the race for United States Senator for the long term considerable interest has been awakened within the past few weeks. Here 'A I'lllliill.l! entry :it (lie twelfth untnial Kentucky Statu I'nlr, to bo held the race is between Beckham and Stanley, Gov. McCicary having but a small following. At a primary held in November lilOG, Gov. Beckham was nomiWork and keep your mind off tho heat, and the davs will not counties out of seem half as hot. nated for United States Senator, carrying ninety-on110. He was opposed in that nice by the powerful liquor interests, whom he had offended because as Governor he had upheld the ConMen who talk loud on the trains never get anvwhero. stitution and the laws of the State. The Legislature, which met in a condition bordering upon anarchy. January, 1)108, was Democratic on joint ballot, morally pledged to Violence and niuodshed were averted carry out the will of the people as expressed in the primary. William JUDGE O'OOHERTY by the cool .ne, admirable judgment Bryan came personally to Frankfort and addressed this LegislaJ. and indomltanle courage which he, alture, urging them not to embezzle the power which the people had IS FOR BECKHAM though tuen n very young man, brought given them, but to carry out the will of the majority. Notwithstandto the dicli,irv of his duties as Gov, ernor Hi- im rirs the honor he is now ing his pleading, the same liquor interests, led by the which had fought him for the nomination, continued their war- Democrats Should Set The Seal seeking, lie his a double claim to it first, rueIs eminently fitted for Of Condemnation On Perfidy. fare and were able to procure four men alleged Democrats who (I, localise, as all men the uHlct:' V. O. Bradley, and e'ected him. voted for the Republican nominee. know, ti ,t unblushing treachWipe Stain From State v On the day following Bradley took his teat on the floor of the State ery lis n nved of the olllce six Revealed In Beckham's years go, nt'i-- having won by Merit Senate, where the County Unit Bill was pending, and delivered v no ois party's c nomination. to defeat it. enough Republican votes against this Record Entitled Him To His nojtini il inn imw is due alike to With the memory of all these things fre.h in the minds of the him anil the Democratic party Its honpeople, with Mr. Stanley, the reco:niz?d candidate now of the same or and his right are alike involved. liquor intcre-t- s that bolted and defeated Beckham and the DemoA FALSE CHARGE BRANDED tvihuy mould never have permanent cratic party. A vole for Stanley is nothing more nor less than an triumrh. Ha.vill, I believe, distance all his niiip. ilors in Louisville, and endorse mcnt of McNutt, Charlton. Mueller and Lillard. Judge .Matt O'Doherty gave to tho the-- ran on no o mbt that he will win Gov. Beckham has never yet been defeated at the hands of the by a laigu majority in the State." Louisville papers last week the followpeople. He will be triumphantly nominated next Saturday, and the ing statement, setting forth his rens Demoeiat- - of Brcckcniidrc e tint v will add to hi- - majority in tLe ons why the Democrats of Kentucky State. and Louisville should oast their votes for Mr. J. C. V. Heckham for the Democratic nomination fcr United THE MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN. States Senator: Seldom are the people of l''overport, Hanlin.sbuiL'. Irvington "I cannot bring myself lo believe for t railed on to contribute to any cauo except tlnr an instant and Slepheiir-poI) uio that in their chuiihe.- and lodge-- , and then the people always do what orats men who have regard for orut ar il otien more tnun i expfeteu. Aov r tint a cam narv decency In public affairs, or in inev are paign is on to rai.--e a fund to linance a visiting nurse for thi- - county, party organization or discipline, will let the opportunity pass unimproved il is hoped that all the towns will heap the measure to overflowing. which the coming primary HlTords, to Breckenridge county will not do this work by halves, but will corn set the eal of their condemnation on pletc tho tank in the hnest deful. Many ot the best women of our the purlldy by which Gov. lieckliam county have undertiken to make the campaign a succes- - by pledging was deprived of the Senatorship six new members at one dollar each within the next years ago, after having been regularly themselve.- - to nominated for the office by the party three davs. They havo set. vigorou.-l- y to work the-- e hot davs and he had so faithfully served. they should he given a cordial response. It will, I am coolident, never be A visiting nurse, one who will look after the ick, teil them their said of the great bedy of Kentucky needs and the way to picvcut illness, will mean a gieat deal to our Democrats that they condoned fraud mostly concerned. We who or treachery by neglecting the opporcounty, a- - well as to each of the nur.-are well need this the tuliurvuliir p itient- - need her, and we tunity of setting the seal of their condemnation upon it when the opportunl let thi- - opportunity go by without talcing advantage of all ty uttered. In no other way, than by must not LINDSEY MORRISON. it affords. the nomination of Gov. Beckham, is it I St-iit-. 14-1- The man who stands still long enough, will, something come along and hit him. He will run something if he travels too fast. The safe, sane way for a man to live is to hard and always save a PART of what he earns his work or his business and BANK that part. Nothing can stop the SUGGESS of that sort man. Are YOU that kind? Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 have into work from of a e I Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARD1NSBURG S TRUST CO. ! Hardinsburg, Ky. Courier-Journal- r ig For Sale One frame dwelling with all modern improvements on .street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance on easy payments. Also one 4 room cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easy terms'. two-stor- y 1 1 mea-iir- ih e Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. m i - eu p Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatlierliolt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky as! DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... e. possible to effectually wipe out the of Irvington and vicinity havo announced a big bar- stain on the fair name of Kentucky, The Ma-obecue and picnic for Saturday August l.. Get ready for it. They which the conspiracy by which his de have had plenty of rain in t li.it section. v op- - are good and every feat was accomplished placed upon it. Party Integrity, party organization, body's happy. 1 ou may expoc. a good time and plenty lo eat and party discipline and public decencv drink. alike demand Gov. Beckham's nomlna' tion and election. Thus, and thus on' 1 make a promise to a man I Presi-den- t ly, can ''When tiy to keep it," the wrong done to him and to Wilson in a recent addre.-- s in Philadelphia. "Tho most the Democratic party of Kentucky in and dUtinguishcd nation in the. woi Id is the nation that ctn his person be righted. keep its promUe to its own hurt. Desperate Enemies Of Beckham ns hon-oiublo -- der that can be thought of appears too despicable In their eyes, if only it can People do not like lo hear ahont your illnos. Don't talk about be used to delude or deceive. One of indigei-tion- , and even an operation is a p ior subject of conversation. tne latest and most ridiculously false charges made against him is that of Don't forget tho fair, Il is getting nearer everyday. Let ev. religious bigotry. No one should be da. celved by it. I brand the charge as orybody be icady. shamefully untrue. Mr. Ueckham's record of seven years as Governor of the State refutes It. lie Is, as all who know him must admit, a typical n and a typical American, as ab- j solutel y free from the stain of religious prejudice which is the peculiar vice of small minds and small men as It is possible for a man to be. Let no one be deceived by the slander It is au in ventlon discreditable to Its authors and will recoil upon them, Nomination Due Ucckham. "Gov. Beckham deserves well of his s. He was called to the chair of the Chief Executive of the NO ALUM i NO LIME PHOSPHATE i ommonwealth when the State was In The Republic'ius of Breckenridge county owe to Sherman Ball a disclose the hopelessness and desper Us nomination in the prinury is conceded. big vote. Ho will atlon of their opposition to his nomlna nearly every county in tho distiict, and his own county should tion by the absurdly false charges carry they have made against him. No slan give him its iiiutiiimous .support. I "dov. Beckham 8 political enemies BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm The only Baking Powder made from Royal GrapeCream ofTartar ROYAL Ken-tuckla- This little notice with the accompany ui photograph is intended to call the attention of the Republicans of Ilrecken ridge county to my candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress at the primary, August, 1st, and is especial ly directed to those whom I have not had an opportunity to see or write. Breckenridge is the home of one of my opponents but I have .schoolmates, pupils and old friends in various sections of the county whom 1 am surewill be pleased to learn of my candidacy and glad to vote for me. I never ran for office before and have no record to point to other than n clean and busy life, much of it devoted to the interestsof the community in which my lot was cast. I have lived in nine of the thir- teen counties of the fourth District and have warm friends in the other four. I shall appreciate the thoughtful considera tion of every one and beg to assure each one I shall be grateful, always, for any kindly interest Shown me. If I mil nominated I should like every Republican to write me giving name and address for I shall want to see every one as soon after the primary as jxjssible. DENTIST Office Hours: 8 1 a. ru.Ko 13 M. p. m. to 5 p. in. Always In office (lurlne office hours Irtlngton, Ky. KENTUCKY i, SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Hernese Stake Student's Judging Contest $1,000 Roadster Stake Farmer Boys' Encarapraeat TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY "BATTLE OF MEXICO" ForCaUlogu and Entry Blank Addr sincerely, MNDSHV MORRISON. Reduced Railroad Rates J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jone. Building, , Will Visit Schools. LOUISVILLE, KY. fellow-citizen- Hardinslmrg, Ky July 27, I will begin my anTaking A Vacation. Married In Oklahoma. nual visitation of schools I will be in my office 011 Monday and Herbert llnll, for B. V, W. Hunter formerly of Sample now J. :rad & Company, of HardinsburL'. is of Utica, Saturday of each week. I'arties wishing Okla, writes that he was married pending his vacation at Rock Vale with to see sue 011 official business will ptease Mr. Luther Cleininons. Mr. Hall visitel July 22 to Miss I'.tla Cook, of Aledo, Tex-a- s call ou those days. Cloverport last week anil was bavins the His friends here will be Kind to heap J. W.'TRKNT, Supt. good time lie deserves. of his good fortune. the first of August book-keep- Breckenridge News PIERCE-WEATHERHO- LT CELEBRATION I WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, as second cls matter. 1914 Enured at the Post OOUceatCloTcrport, Kj fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ? ADVERTISING BY THE RIVALS THE PALMY DAY OF TAR W a. r t s . Note Ailrertlicrs plr notify tlm till tor when you want advertisement discontinued. For Sale Small Farm acrcn. I mile FOU S.U.B Small firm. V, Improrrrnonts llimllrnljurtn linn Plenty of Hun Irtilt 11ml Good, evrr lus'lim Sort' a ni'ur liotitc. Apply to M. X. lloliMns, lliirclliiliurft. Ky. poltSAI.K-.lliitclicrSlio- The Fourth Annual Hay Ride Biggest Society Affair Ever Given in Cloverport. Hosts and Quests Have a Qrand Time. It is prcbable thnt Tar Springs), even In her palmy days, evtr entertained as many joung people In one party than Slfi'MARKET BASKET When you order your Sunday Diriner of us we put into your "Market Basket" an "extra package." One you like. Hut one for which we charge you not a an EXTRA PACKAGE Fwcejv- i? .- In - TMnAV NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE" PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES RTE! FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices f 2.00 For County Offices $ 5 00 For State and District Offices $ 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cnrds, per line For All Publications In the Inter est o( individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Announcement Wo are authorized to announco HON. BEN JOHNSON for the Democratic r.omlna. tlon fof Congress for tho Fourth Concrrsd. nal District, subject to the nrtlon of the Primary to bo held In August. 1014. asacandldute We uro authorized to announce JOHN W. nOYU. of ll7.abethlnwn, Ky.. as a candidate for Congress, subject to the action of tlm Dem- ocratic Primary Election August 1. 1911. PERSONAL Moot People PARAGRAPHS it Home and Abroad Forrest Miller is home from Louisville feature Thursday Air Dome. Mrs. Sallie Bennett was visiting friends at Sample Monday Mrs. Q. W. Payne and son, Gordon, were in Louisville Monday. Miss Ara Williams, of Evansville, is visiting Miss Leonara McGavock. The Paul Jones is the name of n new dance popular in the East. For frfish meats of all kinds go to Quleein a"1 Beavin. O. T. Skillnian spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville. Don't forget Masonic picnic at Saturday, Aug. 15. Siegfried 3 reel Ambrosia Thursday, July jO, at the Air Dome. Thos. Smith went to Corjdon, Ind , whooping cough. Mr. aril Mrs. Frank Heddcn have Monday. Quiggins arid Beavin for nice moved In the house' vacated by Joe Go to Bishop. fresh vegetables. Mr. F S. Franklin, of Louisville, Little Jenicve Robison has malaria was the guest of Miss Florence Allen fever. of Irvlngton, Kdward Morrison, spent part of last week here Mrp. Win. Wcod, of Louisville, has returned heme from a visit to relatives here and near Stepheuspcrt. Miss I.elia Tucker spent the week-enin Stephenspcrt as the guest of Miss F.va 'llnsham and Miss Virginia Whituorth. Mr.'aml Mrs. Nathaniel Tucker and daughter, Miss liernice Tucker spent Sunday at Sample. Mrs. L. 1!. Perkins and Miss Virginia Harris are in Norfolk, Va., guests of relatives. Mrs. Fred Ferry, Miss Ditto and Mrs. John D. llabbage were guests of Mrs. George Ilentley at Hawesville ytsterday. Miss Jane Lightfoot went to Cincinnati last week with her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Heard, of Hardinsburg. All kinds of fruits now cn market at Qulgglns and Beavln's. Mrs. C. U. Hambleton and Mrs. Shelby Pate went to Louisville Thursday. C. Brabandt, photographer, will be in Hardinsburg next Monday and Tues-daMrs. Sterrett and Mrs. Stanley Allen, of Hawesville, were guests of Mrs. W. H. Bowmer Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe llishop have moved cottage in In their new Saturday nnd Sunday, the event being the fourth annual hay ride of Mr. Fred Fierce and Mr, Frank Weittherholr, the dates being the birth-of the two friends. Tar Springs has bad all kinds it picnics, ha -- rides, dances and parties', but this double birthday celebration was the biggest uffalr ever given in Hreck enridge county. The hos,ts are receiving many happy returns of the two days. Seventy-fiv- e guests were taken to the resort for the event, some returning home Sunday morning and the others remaining until three o'clock that afternoon. The Cloverport crowd, chaperoned by Mrs. R. B. Pierce, Mrs. Henry Pate and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, left town Saturday at 8 a. m. in the decorated hay wagons of Mr. Floyd Carter and Mr. James Frank. At 11 o'clock a wagon returned for the Irv ington party which was chaperoned bv Mrs. D. C. Heron and Mrs. Louis Jolly The members were: Misses Muiy Heron, Mary Alexander, Kllza Piggott, Elizabeth Crider, Elizabeth Cuiu, Lottie Bandy, Guedry Bramlctte, Messrj. Leslie Jones, Hayden Uram-lettHubert Lyons, Don Lyddan, Gillie Duwell, Junius Stith and Bion Jolly. Mr and Mrs. Kelly, Miss Virgiuia Tuvlor and Mr. McCloy arrived from Louisville ut 7 p. m., nnd a special trip to the hprings was made in their honor thut night. The hotel was turned over to the Committee on Arrangements and Mrs. Thompson, the proprietress, was lovely to tiie guests The rooms were crowded witn joung girls, who had a world ot fuu, trlngto get a bit of sleep between the outbursts of laughter from everv direction. The young men lodged in the cottages and on the hay wagons. Nearly everybody was up by 5 o'clock. she did is For Sale Butcher Shop. Different committees served the ii, llxtures, having ' nnd tools. Host mn rid In ti.wn. lector menls, the Irvington party AppiJ to Miller llluck. charge of the Sunday dinner. Everything good to eat. was had with Ice For Sale Horse water, lemonade and hot coffee for OH SAl.i: One liliirk work liorae; good K. l. Jle.nior, iiuruinniurt:. breakfast. Music was had Saturday Ky I'oiiiimon. evening, dancing nnd roller skating were enjoyed on the large favilionby a number of the guests. 5,'othlng happened to mar the pleasRESIDhNT ure of the joyous crowd, and the event will go down In the social history of Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport as the biggest event that PHONE No. Office Opposite Helm's limit Hit re ever happened at Tar Springs. " Satisfaction 99 "SUNDAY MARKET penny. What is it? BASKET SPECIALS" T..I1- .11 l juns- - an navors Dr. Jesse Baucum Canned Crushed, Sliced or Grated Pine- V I,' v7i;l j 1 .1.. I.... '4'Pll- - ,LU rM: Dentist 2-- R Jcffv xkt, J v.. li U1IUW n iifiii t undies t vv nut: viiernes z- -i urns J. C. NOLTE CLOVERPORT ::: & BRO. KENTUCKY HAY RIDENOTES. A young man from Louisville said he laughed so much that it shook nil the freckles off his face. V. G. 6ABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency e, Have you provided for your family in Few of the boys got little sleep and case of your death ? Sunday morning they fell over like they Have you made provision for your own ' were dead. ooo old age? Several of the party came in Sunday morning and four walked home. On It not, you hid better do 10 at once, by buying their way they stopped at the home of one ot those good lowest cost policies with the Mr. Joe Ilallman for a drink of water. Although Mrs. Ilallman had thirteen to get breakfast for, she invited the visitors in and gave them hot coffee, bacon, C. L. BEARD, Agent. Hardinsburg, Ky. homemade lightbread and jelly with good country butter. Her hospitality will always be remembered and "I'nele CHAS. L. CHAMBERLAIN Grant's" kindness never forgotten. 000 "otea&sif (c-:"-V- . Baa Hiiti; Union Central m The Rev. Mr. Frank and Mrs. Frank, jolly members of the party, returned home early Sunday in time for all the church services. The twenty hotel guests welcomed the crowd and the cottagers sat out until the late hours watching the young people promenade from the hotel to the cold spring. ooo It took J75 to finance the which was met by the two hosts, with the exception of 5,V. -hay-rid- 000 Dies at His Home in Irvington Sunday Morning-BurialTakes WANTED! II Man of integrity and good habits Place at Chardon, Ohio. (Special.) 27 Chamberlain died Sunday morning at 5:30 o'clock after a lingering illness of llright's disease. Mr. Chamberlain was known as a very prominent Mason, and has been connected with the L. II. A: St. L. R R. lor a number of ears. He was also associated with the Webster Stone Company. Mr. Chamberlain leaves his wife, Mrs. Maggie Chamberlain, one son, lf. S. Chamberlain, and a sister, Mrs. Clara Oarrett, both of Cleveland: a brother, Warren Chamberlain, of Charadou, (). A short funeral service was held at the home in this place Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock by the Rev. Mr. S. J. Wade, after which the body was taken to Ch.irdou, Ohio, for interment. Mrs. J. T. Matting y, Messrs. J. I.. Henry anil R. L. Lyons accompanied Mrs. Chamberlain to Chardon. Forbes, of Lacouia, Ind., Or. li. and Mrs. M. A, lirandenburg, of Al bany, Mo., arrived Sunday to be with Mrs Chamberlain for a while. Chas. I.. Irvington, Ky., July - to take one-ha- lf interest and assist HOT WEATHER GOODS e, Baked Beans, Vienna Salmon, Sardines, Olives, Peanut Butter, Cheese, Crackers, Cakes, Fruits, Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and manv other good things to eat San-sag- II in running a local business which II has no competition. Best paying opportunity for a live man on the II Ohio River between Louisville and Kalrleigh Sutday. Sign your name to all the news Items and personals sent to the Breckenridge News. Send names of out of town guests to the Breckenridge News Monday morn-lu- I Paducah. P g nun Address Lock Box 184, : Cloverport Ky. Kufus Hall went to Hawesvlllo Wednesday where ho has accepted a position in tho bakery. Miss Estelle Hooper, of Nashville, Teun , is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Frank. Miss Etta Walls has returned to her home In Hardinsburg after a short stay with her aunt, Mrs. J. S. DeJarr.et e, in Hawesville. Miss Marguerite Beavin retuined home Saturday from a three weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Hubert Elder, in Evansville. MULTIPLE PERSONALITY. Come and see or phone us Allen M. Kingsbury, Sippel's Old Stand Cloverport, Ky. y. Breckinridge Addition. Arthur Riley, the. little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riley, Is seriously ill of Talcum Time talcum to tho test. A pure talcum will not streak nr dissolve in perspiration. We especially recommend ifot days enable you to put Colgate's Talcum air-lloitt- , powder, It is an delicately perfumed. It pro. vents chafing and is a perfect powder for all toilet purposed. A ''Vanity Box" freo with each 25c can for a short time only. home from Louisville, where she was or I'ather Rippho. the guest of Mrs. Homer Dawley two weeks While there she and her sister, Appointed Executors. Miss Ella Smith, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Leslie Mansfield. The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Pate and two (nullified last Monday as joint Executor children, of Owensboro, motored to with II. 15. Lawsou of the estate of V. Mr. Lawsou left Cloverport last week and were guests O. I.awoit deceased, They all hU pcrsoual property and real estate of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Pate also visited relatives at his bovhood tohischildrenanda life insurance policy to his wife. homo near Hardin's school house. Mrs. Amelia Cummings, of St. PetEther Maka? a Fountain. ersburg, Fla., is visiting her cousin, I'ntir u ;iier Into' a Untie until it is Mrs. II. V. Duncan. She arrived here I 'our full. ti ' little ether Friday from .Chicago, where she has upon tho water. TIhmiijjIi the "curls gliiKM tube until Its lower end been spending the summer on the puss lakes. Mrs. Cummings Is a successful Is In (lie wutur. Put thu llasU-- Into a double boiler 11111I heat over the Kiis real estate dealer of tho South fctove. Tho ether by .suddenly turning to vapor will maliu thu water squirt Prof. McCoy Home. out of the tube like miniature founProf. Kufus McCoy has returmd tain. Thu Interior diameter of the tube should he no renter than home from the State Normal ut Howling Green, and was met In Louisville of mi Inch. one-thir11 11 one-tent- Miss Mildred Babbage and Miss Louise Dabbage will spend Friday in Louisville by Mrs. McCoy. He is busy milking with their aunt, Miss Addie (!. Ditto, arrangements to open the Cloverport Graded and High Schools which will who returns home tomorrow. possibly be the first Monday in SepMr. and Mrs. H. 10 Frymlre and littember tle son, William, spent a few days last week attending the Chautauqua at Tell A Correction. City, Ind. Mrs. Dwight Randall and son, Jamjs Louisville, Ky., July 27.(Special) Juo. Dwiglit Randall, Jr , have gone tp J. Harry whom Mr. Stanley referred to Hawesville to spend a month at her in his speech at Long Lick as a disrepuhome. table dive keeper is a prominent citizen After a week's visit with friends and of Louisville, he is not even a saloon relatives 'n Breckinridge county, Mr. keeper, he is .the president of the Mose and Mrs. Milton Brown returned to Oreen Democratic Club and is chairman of the 4th and flth wards and is recogtheir home in Lcwisport Monday. C. Brabandt, the photographer, will nized as the strongest man in his district. be In Irvington soon. Make your plans He is a prominent member of the Cathoand be ready to have your work done lic church, does as much charity us any man in Louisville, l'or confirmation of when he comes. Miss Frances Smith 'has returned this statement refer to Judge O'Dogherty Wedding's Drug Store, The Homed Quality One Englishwoman Who Showed Five Distinct Natures. Rare eases of true multiple personality arc known to have occurred and of extraordinary Interest. The most famous Is that of ".Miss Itcawhnmp"-t- he real name has always most propwas cure-ful-ly erly been withheld-whic- h studied by Dr. Morton I'rlm-e- . By Intricate steps he arrived at the conviction that hi her ease 110 fewer than live distinct personalities could be traced. The most vivid or all was tho one who culled herself "Sally." Tho normal Mls.s lteaiiehamp was a somewhat neurotic woman, the constant prey of slight ailments and without lunch zest In life. After a nervous shock .Sally suddenly became able to take possession ol lifcr from time to time, ut llrst with apparent dlllliulty nnd then, us It seemed, whenever she pleased. When Sally was dominant Miss lleatichaiup's whole nature was changed. She became lively. Irresponsible, fond of nil the violent exercises which the normal woman disliked, exuberantly healthy ami different from Miss Ucnilt'tiiiitip In every respect. Shu eould not explain herself, hut protested Unit she had "always been here." but could not set control, nnd one of tho most wonderful and best attested facts In this mysterious ease Is that she confidently asserted her memory of events which occurred when tlto real Miss lieauehauip was hi her cradle. For Miss Itciiiiehauip. the with her of the same body. Sally had the most Intense dislike, never speaking of her with contempt and doing a'l she could to cause her harm mid aunoyaiii'o. Miss lteaiiehamp had special horror of Insects and reptiles, and Sally was accustomed to gratify her spite by collecting frogs, toads and spiders and dlspatchlpg them to what the liiadeiiiaey of hiiiguagu compels us to call herself. Miss Iteaiiehump detested walking, so Sally, when she was dominant, lung tramp lifter ear.'-full- y would go for leaving till her money behind, mid then, when she was ten miles 01; more from home would suddenly disappear ami, allowing thu original Miss to assume control, leave the unfortunate woman to uiaku her way buck as best she could London Clolie. 11 11 llc.iu-chum- The Mints Are Working Every Day Coining 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. Dollars--Yo- u FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. :: J. C. PAYNE, Cashier jUI Put. "The .lclciiiis limy be a linvlcss nnd -co-is bloodthirsty lot. but when It 111 .'l llio'lKllt-to illttli:ir delicate wn.v llie.v ve o us ot thu Kcv. liussel Wuikor filled liis north liiih-i- l to i dull monochrome." siild mi Amerli'iiii Just up from Snltlllo. roulur ap)oiiitnitiit ut tho lkp-tis- l "1 wns leceiitl.v KoliiK tlironcli the cliurch here. Saturday nnd u visit. If you penitentiary Ihere-- on Sunday. pleiise nnd overtool; n party of Mexican visitors, A yoiins ;irl union;; t tit tit Leon Pate, of Louisville, is tito was iiiestouliiK u co'ivlct throiiKh the jjuest of his dttu.'htor, Mrs. Geo. bam of Ids cell, " 'And liov loujf. limy 1 nsk, before Hall. you aiitli'liate returtiiuu" homo. slrV I Mrs. Henry Klmure and cli'tl- heard her asl; In the tone she inllit dron, of Oweiibboro, uro horc tho have um-i- lo a chance iiciualntiiiirf at 1111 Auiei'lciiu tat!;-Iuquests of relatives mid friends. the seashore, to a convict that wily Mrs. Jane Day und grandson, ton Star. k McQUADYjTEMS. p CL0VERP0RT, KY. Subscribe Today, Color Changes of the Hair. of hur daughters. Accoiintlii'.' for ioioi' changes of the "tu'its Several from here attended tho hair. It Is e.ilalueil that this change Is not duo to a diMriH'tloii of pluliient picnic ut Axtcl last Tuesday. present In the hair or to a hleachlliK ol Miss Alarfiitret Frank, of hairs aliviuly foriuit!, but that plu' meat rd hairs fall out and lire replaced is spending iv few days by uuplKiii Mitcil or white ones. Com hero tho guest of relatives. pletely, plKiiienti'd hairs never turn Mrs. Percy Slitowshorry and Kiiiy, they fall out. It has also hern observed that the process of pluincut brother, Ollio Hull, luivo returned foruiiitlon may cease during the devi-- . velopment of a hutr. In such case the from Louibvtllit whore thoy tip of tho hair will remain plumtnted itcd their aunt, Mrs. Loon Pato. thoiiKh thu basu appears vhlte. Iu- Mrs. Cims. Cm j croft, of Meacla iliauapoiis .News county, is tho guest, t f her brotk-or- , 0v-unslior- o, Wade D.iy, nro in Louisville the Want ads are sure winners David Cruse. Dcst Hay Obtained When First Olooms Appear. It has foryenrs Ikimi cnnsldered Unit alfalfa for liny should bo cut when f of tho plants' uro In about complications; and I comblooiu, says tho Kansas Farmer. Hur and resulting to Old 'Reliable Companies all sufferers. " mend its use lug recent years the best alfalfa grow I). L. PRICE, Witness ers have been uttliu: when tbe.v could MR. KIMHKOUOII, n h the llrat blooms appear. so soon 33OU Stonewellj Hitch grower nro strongly Inclined to at tills tho belief Unit the best liny Sunday nnd report 'good crowds and time obtiiined ntiil also that cutting nt splendid preaching. GARFIELD Kev. Glasscock HUfli time is best for the succeeding and Rsv. Hogue are ,the visiting crop. Then" nro two considerations In Anywhere in the U. S. A. preachers and are doing excellent the hiirvcilng of alfalfa for buy. Tbo Don't forget Masonic picnic at Irv- - preaching. obtaining liny of the first is that of ,IS.'.3i.-S- i Aug. 15 Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Snidor and little highest feeding ('uuflty and the other lueton, Saturday, Quite a crowd of younp folks spent daughter, Effie, were guests of his sis that of cutting at Mich times ns will an enjoyable day with Miss Laura Le ter, Mrs. J. W. Brulngton, Sunday. result lu the In west nnnual yield. Taylor Dowell, who has been in Lou If the ' top H allowed to stnml until Grand Sunday. Some of the names it I in full bloom tlie stems become caucht were Misses Cora Wood and Isvllle having his eyes treated, reports woody nnd u considerable proportion Ida Dowell. Messrs Verd.i Brown and them as slowly improving. of the leaves are lost in the harvest. Frank Bullock. Whenever You Need a General Tonic It would M'iMii. therefore, that from Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Haynes enter Take Grove's tin standpoint of liny quality the cut- tained Sunday the following guests The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless ting rem lied ik near maturity as posRobert chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Rev. DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. sible, but before such time as will re30 YEARS IN BUSINESS Poole and children, Kathcrlne, Ksb General Tonic because it contains the Faith In State's Future. sult in woody Moms nnd leaf loss. Wo pay tho postngo both way it on well known tonic propertiesof QUININE others. nil pucknKCB t c. or ovr. Work Every alfalfa grower has observed ert, Jr., and Franklin, Miss Maud and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives In discussing his visit to the deCountry School Problem. Prompt cuarnnteeil nrst-clnpartment and its result, Senator Camthat jut in advance of blooming the Uullock, Tom Dowell and little Mil ont Malaria, Enriches the Blood and clollverlts ln sanitary packages. "Another and most important part crown of tho alfalfa plant starts new dred Sandbach. Will credit you upon reference. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. den said: Write for Inlormntlon. Hotter, "This is the first opportunity I have of the work of helping rural communiand Mil Miss Pearl Dell Maltine-still, solid trial bundle. problem of education In the ties is Thick and Thin. bad where I could go Into certain de- countrythe Offices: 652 W. Jefferson St. ton Basham were guests of Miss Cam schools. The State University "It'a a funny thing," remarked tho tails, with any degree of leisure, with LOUISVILLE, KY. mie Combs, of Cloverport, Sunday. observing man, "that particularly the Agricultural Department. You and the two Normal schools of the Mr. and Mrs. Thog. Gray, Mr. and tout and particularly thin people can know I have always felt that Ken- etate are vitally interested in this Mrs. Ova Gray and son, Thomas, at- - discover Insinuations ln regard to their tucky will be a great farming state, problem. We must have a real education that (its young men and women tended church at Custer Sunday and size where absolutely none is meant for the activities of life In the counwere the euests of Mr. and Mrs. E Now, tonight in the car there were two ST try, broadening their views of life, good examples of this within a few phralm Gray. arousing their love of the land Itself minutes of each other. One was a lit' Mrs. Ben Brulngton and tle thread of a woman who glanced Mr. and , , f) and their appreciation of the oppor;. daughter, Miss Margaret Leigh, visit- contemptuously at two well meaning tunities of country life, and fitting them to be more useful citizens In a ed Mr and Mrs. Austin LeGrand Sun persons who moved apart nnd made a Livery, successful agricultural community. space between them which looked day. "It is the province of the Normal guests of wide enough for her to seat herself Key and Lena Snider were schools to train teachers who have comparative comfort. their grandmother,Mrs Elijah Drlskeli, with these broad visions of the rural . "Tbnnk you.' she snapped, 'but I Bus Meets all Trains last week. school as a most important center of prefer to stnnd rather than sit where influence in the upbuilding of every Mr. and Mrs. Tom Macy entertained there Is scarcely room for a small : Ky community. last Sunday at their beautiful home child.' Schools Teach Practical Things. , "We had not proceeded far when an the following guests: Mr. and Mrs "A good many of our country schooU Austin LeGrand and son, Charlie, Mr. extremely stout woman entered Uie are little town schools In the country.' and Mrs .1. W. Brulngton and son, car. She was carrying two huge bunThe schools are beginning more and Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCrume dles and looked tired. Three men ln a HIGHEST MARKET VALUE PAID FOR row sprang to their feet ns she began more to teach the practical things ol . and children, Raymond and Rudolph, ALFALl'A 1IUADV roll CUTTINO. to lurch about ns the car started. She life. Hoys' corn clubs and girls' can-- ' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brulngton and administered savage glance at them nlng nnd other clubs are 'beginning to succeeding crop, and tho daughter, Margaret Leigh, Mr. and for get hold of the rural school problem shoots Is the and said, quite audibly: iiHInnl to the belief that the Mrs. Percy Macy, Mrs. C, L Brulng editor I and locus the attention of the teach appearance "Well. I never! I guess If It's got & shoots Is a better ton and children, Marvin, Evelyn and ' LOUISVILLE. KY, f ers and the child upon the practical guide as to of - these take up three to the point where tin- time of cutting tlian is L., Jr., and Grandma Brulngton. and valuable thlnp' which may be seats I'd better stand up awhile!"' ESTABLISHED 1837... m.iii.y the bloom. If the crop is allowed to ... S. 1.,. ... Johnson N. Camden. done as a part of the education of that Mr. and Sirs. Livia Meadow, of Buffalo Express. until n coiiMdurnhle proportion Klngswooa, attended Quarterly Meet agriculture school. of the plants are In bloom the grower and the character of her "1 am very happy to say that 1 will note that the sprouts which me ing at Rosetta, aud enroute home were "LITTLE PANAMA'S" UPSWING. will determine the character and de was told that in this broad extension velopment of her people. Some one wnrb in nr(, ,,l.,,r,. Ir, iV,.. '' . " wwutux uup uecu.lie guests of Dr. and Mrs. 12 C Harned Cape Ccc'c Canal Ordered Guilt by has well said that a people can not Iv otititrl. V intr. .whlr-V dwarfed anil will not produce as much tl'o nr. 1mb Charlie Barnes brother Is with him ,,WMI Washington 123 Years Ago. be greater or stronger than their soil. now entering, 11rcl,,01vd for the winter. He wll' attend school the State Normal tbaK !V "I gave the barbecue last summei own shoots been allowed to in cnniiwtldli with the Ililel'estli! vitally interested, and schools are in the store. opening of the Cape to emphasize a fact that our farmers that district agents who are represen grow without interruption. It Is our hero and help Mr. Barnes canal Is the did not. In my opinion, fully realize tatives of Albert Richardson, of Oklahoma, is fact that tl" event earries nut nil order this united extension work belief, then fore, that the largest yield I. B. Richardson. given by Cenrgc Washington In 1"7.". and that is in mining, manufacturing "I wns given to understand that of best uuiillty liny will result from visiting his nephew, waterway, which Is The and all productive enterprises, that th,. St.1... n,.T,nrtm,.r,t nf A ,.,(,..,'..., ' ""-- ' IIS """.. JUSl IIS SOOI1 up-i- n Geo. Snider has been indisposed for miles new connects Ittizr.nrds bayeight of BOURBON P0ULTBY CCIS r,om tbo crown and tho basic form of wealth is In itselt and other agricultural activities with tU several days, but Is reported better. down a chick's threat cures . disonly half, or ."0 per cent of tin. Cape Cod buy anil will shorten about piovided. o .ourse, this bo grapes. uM-oarA few drops. In the the state are all joining in Miss Nancy Board visited Miss Lau- tances nii:l provide a drfnkinc cores route for problem involved the other 50 pei enl conditions of weather and H'' movement. prevents diarrhoea, cholera Tuesday. l!."i.OO(l sea a year which now saH cent Is In organization, which reall other farm work. To be sure. If alfal- - ra LeGrand and other cblck diseases. Oct Marketing of Farm Products. SOc bottle makes 12 callon , c It will make an Ismeans fa h.,y , to be 1I8ed large,y for Uorso Mrs. Geo. Johnson who moved to arouiiil C:i i Cml medicine. At all druwclsis. "Another and most important line r,.,.,i tle ,ilv sloum u(! rper ,lmi so Blair, Neb., several years ago writes land of the h iok shaped cape where the Valuable poultry book free. What Farmers Are Realizing. of agricultural endeavor, in BOUIBOM 1EHEDY COBNUT. "Granting that our soil would gradf both the National Department which t.ut llltur tllail If lt Is to bo eateu by very encouragingly of crops there. She pilgrims lisrt l.indeil. 34? Eut Hill Street Ltihftos, of Ag other stock. Tin cannl covt Sl'.MHKMKKl. nnd it garden she 1 In many in fertility which No. says they have the finest Sold by riculture and the state are interested,! shortens t!i. present dangerous route. cases it will not do, but by intelligent is a new line but recently undertaken,! has ever had, with such an abundance Back In 177.- - Jen rap Washington as KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY. A Bumper Apple Crop. and Industrious methods it can be the study of the comimiiHlcr in chief Issued an order: business side ol Apples this year promise' a heavy of vegetables. Hardlneburff, Ky. made so as we now stand with oui farming and the economic conditions "Excavate us speedily ns consistent Rev. Leslie DeHart filled his ap Imperfect system of soli education surrounding the farmer, which plays j yield in Maryland and North Carolina, Colo-suc- h Baptist church here u pnsagi across Cnpo Cod from the finest crop in the history of polntment at the organization and wt to Monument buy to give us an important part in making hit rado. an unusual crop lu Michigan, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. DeHart's Ad. farmers are only realizing but about efforts successful. greater in navigation and pWKi mius ln Virginia. Georgia and with this church expired with half of what we, are entitled to from "No matter how pood a business South Carolina and prospects In other time more advantage over the enemy." to give our efforts and from our farms. man the farmer might be on his ownj states generally good or above uver-farn- i, this meeting and we are sorry The route suggested by Washington him up. The church has called no one Is practically tho one followed by the-ne"It was a beginning of a campaign no matter how much scientific I1Kt., according to reports to the among our farmers of education and coming year. yet to serve them for the canal. he might know and prac I foresaw then that tht lice, ami now well he might do his ment of agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meadow and wonderful mine of information and work, there may be, and Mrs. Avery Haynes were Sunday often are. Wrong Again. BEES ON THE FARM. vitally valuable facts, that our Fed circurstances outside of his control guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Burton bash-a"There N nothing new under the eral Government had in store, would which would still prevent him from sun." quoted the Sage. The hum or the busy llttlo honeybee not be beneficial to our own farmerf making a success of his work. "How about the inillipie furniture?" Quite a number from our community should be hoard on every farm. A unless they were prepared to aval "For example, marketing conditions attended camp meeting at Klngswood aikisl the I'ihiI. Cincinnati Eui'iilrcr collectively. themselves of it mny be against aim, and in this we moderate amount of care given to "It was necessary to organize, tc have one of the big problems of coun- these Industrious workers will help out establish team work among ourselves try life today. The Department ol 'considerably lu these duys of tho high we must trust one another if we are Agriculture, In the last appropriation cost uf lMnK Providing a supply to prosper further as a people and bill, received an appropriation oi. of ,,u Iuost delicious and healthful of advance the solidarity of Kentucky $200,000 for the study and dissemlna all sweets for the table. It Is especial Interests. Hon of knowledge regarding the ly :;ood for cooking purposes and Is Agricultural Education. scientific marketing of the products ol far superior to any other sweet for the little folks. "To my mind the first thing to dc the farm. It is not necessary to go Into extenIs to coordinate the research wort Movement Deserves Support. at the State University and Experl "Much might be said on the side sive beekeeplug in order to have honey (FICTION NUMBER) ment Station, at Lexington, and tht of the subject of the organization ol for the home. A half a dozen colonies LOUISVILLE, KY. two Normal schools, Eastern and farmers and of the communities gen- when properly cared for will give tho Western, with the Federal Depart- erally for Improvement of agricultural, average family all that it can use and . TK Sooth's toot popular prkI, nuxUrn possibly some, to sell. ment of Agriculture, thereby increaB social and economic conditions. AWokuIr tWptoofi situated In th. The August Century is, as usual, a Midsummer Fiction Ing efficiency by preventing the lost very heart of am ratal! aboppins district and "With the united effort on the part Of course If tho farmer cared to do so be could easily keep u larger numnaarallUMUtaatna.' In labor and time. I am delighted tc of the rural church, the rural scboole tastes Number, with short stories to appeal to a wide variety .. with WatssCafatsI say that steps are being taken to brinf and Normal colleges, the College ol ber of colonics and add to his Income' ptiass. by their work. Quito often tho wo" Under Silken Skies'', a story of nine altogether, including that about. Club BraaUast from 25 apt nooa dy Agriculture, the Experiment Station, Lunch 50c table de note Dinner, 6 la 0 p. "Dut research work, either bj and the United States Department ol men of the farm attend to the bees g m.SI.OO. AUo cilahorale a la carta wricf by Maria Thompson and Southern horse-racin- g government or state, would be of lit Agrlculturre, much good can be ac- ml buy relief from the drudgery of In Reatauiant. Rathskeller open from A p. m. to I a. sa. tie value to the farmer unless some complished. We have undeveloped re farm life through the aid of these llttlo and "Hoodooed", a talo of darky life and superDaviess, Orchestral and vocal music way were found to teach him tlx sources and agricultural opportuni- Insects. stition, by Alice Hegan Ilice, of "Mrs. Wiggs" furae. In days gone by most of the bees kept ROOM PRICES things discovered by scientists in tht ties In Kentucky, as yet untouched. experiment stations, and hence w "We can maintain the highest type on farms were to bo found lu hollow With running water Mis! have the extension and detnonstra of civilization only by having a suc- logs, commonly known as "bee gums," For those who do not care for fiction, there are further private toilet 91 per day tlon work. cessful and prosperous agriculture. or else In tight boxes with n few sticks With private bath 91.SO Rominiconcos of Tolstoy", by his son; part throe of "Bodin's "I was told that the department hat One of the most beneficial Influences nailed across on the inside, to which up to 3)3.00 par day Note-Bookgreat work along this line and that that I see Is the union or the Interests tho bees attached their combs. a Mario Suklofl's story of her escape from a SiberLarge sample The favorite method of removing the Its activity with or tho Federal Department or Agriculit 1b With private bath 2M ian prison, and a paper on "The Slavs of America", by Profesthe activity of a similar character In ture with our College of Agriculture honey or "robbing the bees," ns It wns to $3.50 per day. the state agricultural colleges. Con of the State University, with the Nor- culled, was to smother them by placsor Edward Alsworth Boss, besides new chapters from Arnold o You are cordially invited la mala eUs gress has recently passed a bill pro mal schools and other educational ac- ing the hive over pit lu which hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, Bonett's deliihtful "Log of the Velsa", and of Albert Bigelow was burning. Then the honey vidlng for extension work tivities of the state, to give to the even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addrcswd here. You will In agriculture and home economics, tc termors and their families throughout could bo taken out. but It would bo Paine's "The Car That Went Abroad." always be a welcome guest. get more bees next year. be carried on by be- the.state of Kentucky that degree of necessary to ROBERT . JONES. Mamafer. tween the Department of Agriculture sorylce which they ought to have. However, this cruel method has passat Washington and the various state At tbo present time there are twenty-tw- ed away, uud now almost every beeagricultural colleges, and the Secrecounty agents, with an additional keeper uses hives with movable frames, tary of Agriculture has taken the thirteen women county agents la und tho honey can be removed without Wait Ads. very broad view that this furalshM glrU club work. killing u sluglo bee, X the opportunity for nlno ... all of the work carried on und. rect appropriations to tho department Large Sum Devoted to It. "In future the amount of money being devoted to this kind of education tlo help tho farmers will bo very largo. net gives 10,000 n Tho Smith-Leve- r year for tho first year to each agriFarmers Realizing Only One-Ha- lf cultural college. Thereafter It Is increased In each Btato In proportion to of What They Are rural Inhabitants until, nt tho end of Entitled eight years, tho total appropriation will amount to $1,580,000 and that same amount will bo appropriated LOSS OF LABOR AND TIME Mutually thereafter. 'Under this arrangement there will be coming to tho State of Kentucky appropriation, from this Smlth-tavc- r Increase Efficiency By Going Over approximately $154,103 per annum Farm Problems Together Has Un- which must bo supplemented by apby tho state or bounded Faith In the Future of Ken- propriation made tucky Help Rural Communities raised from contributions within tbo Through the Schools and Colleges state, amounting to $111,103, or a jrrand total of nearly $300,000 per anof State. num. Getting Results in Woodford. Washington. (Spcclnl) Hon. John'In Woodford county wo arc getting isenRtor N. son Cnindcu, Junior the acfrom Kentucky, after- - a visit to great results by the Department of Agriculture the tivities' of tho Fanners' Union, tho Y. county demonstrator iast week, talked In an Inter-ln- g M. C, A. and the They nro way of the problems of the or expert. "The Federal Department of Agrifarm and of what Is being done by the culture has many lines of work which In his own state, as well as government In connection with the they want to transmit to the state state agricultural colleges, towards colleges and through them to the peoeducational work for ple, such as extermination of hog the benefit of the farmer. Mr. Cam- cholera, boys' corn club work and the establishing den has unbounded faith in the future girls' canning clubs, the and of dairy experts, cattle feeding exof Kentucky as an agricultural perts, expert horticulturists for the horticultural state. apple and other fruit industries and "V. SENATOR CAMDEN ON SAVED BY GRIGSBY'S LIV ER-L- AX I Farm WHEN TO CUT m& L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Garden ALFALFA. one-linl- Twiner's Pharmacy, Greenville, Texas.SendsThisTestimon ial From a Prominent Grocer of That Place March 9, 1914 "I take'pleasure in saying for publication that by the uso of my child wns cured of n disease which is correctly described hv the rec ognized symptoms of liilious ncs, Stomach and Liver Trouble and Comtipation Mr, KlmbrouRh states further that three grains of calomel had no effect. Ills child, nt the point of death, wns saved by L1V VER-LAn harmless vegetable compound with no injurious effects. relieves all X Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Liver troubles. All genuine bottles bear the likeness Acand signature of L. K, Urlgsby. cept no substitute. GrLiby's is for sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy, Insurance. !.-- We Pay Postage Both Ways Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING as - y oIlcrjoDlfolfollolfaoBKo" VST. ; Walls & Trent Feed and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, ciorzz)ooocioE)l t 11 HIDES ""SKINS ' 1 JOHN WHITE GO. j I WT..... l'""' Tl ld OKE wtr ' '"" f"' , I. 1 Hum-stabl- Try a News Want depart-agricuitu- l' r AUGUST CENTURY of Hotel Henry Watterson love-makin- 11 ", new 11 brim-stou- o Price 35 Cents J Brlii Risilts I DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS awan prom you: MARfellB HIS HIGH NOii THB YCU ' Considering that Grace is a Bride-elec- t fcfoAca: WEEK I'VE WH1 she is acting just awful A HAVEN'T Itspcak j MIHTN T THAT N.VAY OP vnu MAM MB.T' UAUA I Mn.VAN-- t n WE WIERB TO HAVE. IN nrtni.1 A4Aamr II JUNE OUT VNFORTUN- - MAKES THAT MWM position not(i FlPTEEN P a mimotfjohn:) - Hma A BAU. .11.-1 JOHN. HB OR F001-BA- CAM U, HB NBVEtfi WH0U3. MATAIt .JMAT.t cCUAOf: RUT HG OWNS AND PRIVATE JV MEMT c(Ot r0R CHAUcE ADVANCE AND A T " TTT (star ft BAH i AM.naTnj wm- 1 ic . ftuT II jww",, r PITCHER AT COLLGltn. YWS nc, OR THE iTA. qWMUTR BACK r 0R MY AM1W- MpHT can TAX MB TO THH CMMU T9 WIN THE WeU. OVR YACHTS PRDBABV.V; SPEND AH . cjRACS, HEN 100 PO not -- va in lim0winb4 and Hire BV si THQ iBAWN private ROWINCi CHAMPION' SHIP FO HONEYMOON CRUI SN(I ON ONE. OP ME ANy nj mmx WHV john! A CfAN YOO JA.V i 3UCH v THIAXJ' boxev .SBC, r THB OHrTEO, ATAT , - THBM M THB MSblTBRRANEAN. S Xf, R M VVOU JOHN OlMPK'Ni! BACK. IN TOWN 0 WiMHMN ROOSEVELT TELLS Instantly oegins again with tresn zest. There are. of course, no such rules as In a specialized ball game of civilization, and 1 saw no disputes. There may be eight or ten or many more OF QUEER GAME players on each side. The ball Is never touched with the hands or feet or with nnythlng except the top of the head. It Is hard to decide whether to dexterity and How Indians In Brazil Play wonder most at the Is strength with which It hit or butted with the head as It comes down Football Witli Their Haads. through the air or at the reckless speed and skill with which the players throw themselves headlong on the ground to return .the ball If It comes HANDS KEPT OFF THE BALL low down. Why they do not grind off their mm I cannot Imagine. Players Show Marvelous Dexterity, and Their Reckless Disregard of the Chances of Personal Injury Amazes Colonel the Uninitiated Onlookers Describes Extraordinary Spiders. From Colonel Roosevelt's Ilftli article describing his Journey In tho Brazilian wilderness in Scrilmcr's Magazine (or August. 1914. Copyright. 1514. by Charles Scrlbner'a Son3.) A unique game of football, played with the head by the r.irecls Indians, Is one of the unusual things described by the colonel lie writes as follows: These Parcels Indians enthusiastically play football with their heads. The game Is not only native to them, Wondarful Colony of Spiders. We came across many queer Insects. One red grasshopper when It Hew seemed as big as a smnll sparrow, and we passed In some places such multitudes of active little green grasshoppers that they frightened the mules. At our camping place we saw an extraordinary colony of spiders. It was among some dwarf trees, standing a few yards apart from one another by tho water. When we reached the camping place early In the afternoonthe pack train did not get lu until nearly sunset. Just ahead of the rain no spiders were out They were under the leaves' of the trees. Their webs were tcnantlcss and Indeed for the most part were broken down. But at dusk they came out from their hiding places, two or three hundred of them In all. and at once began to repair tho old and spin new webs. Kach spun Its own circular web and sat In the middle, and each web 'was connected on several sides with other webs, while those nearest the trees were hum: to them by spun ropes. (,o to speak. The result was a kind of sheet of web consisting of scores of wheels. In each of which the nwner and proprietor s.it. and there were l:aU a dozen such sheets. e:li h extending between two trees. The webs could hardly bo seen, nel the effect wis of looking scores of Idg. formidable spiders poised in midair, equidistant from one another between each pair of trees. When darkness and raiu fell they were still out Using their webs mid pouncing on (lie occasional Insects that blundered Into the webs. I haTi no question tint '.hey are nocturnal: they certainly hide in the daytime, and It seems Impossible that they can come nit only for a few minutes at dusk .f. LABELED BY CARLYLE. 1 1V, if SUCH A DAINTY HAT! have never heard or read of Its being played by any other tribe or people. They use a light hollow rubber ball of their own manufacture. It Is circular and about eight Inches in diameter. The players are divided into two sides ami stationed much as in association football, and thu ball is placed ou the ground to be put lu play as in football. Then a player runs forward, throws himself Uat on the ground and butts the ball towaid tho but I I told all this to I'orsler. abusing Fronde at the same time, much to Carlyle's amusiimcut. which was Increased when Forster broke out: "By heavens, NOTICE. my dear Norton. I heard that previous utterance, but 1. too. have forgotten to Notice is hereby given, that the firm whom it was lilted. Mrs. Forster will of Gregory and Company, composed of remember.' But when we went to the drawing room Mist. Fors(er could not James M. Lewis and the late Mrs. Hli G. Gregory, is dissolved, and that James remember, and Forster called down wrath on her and himself. The next M. Lewis is now the sole owner. morning the post brought me a note Jas. M. Lewis. from him at breakfast time, which con N. Hudson, R. tallied only the name Henry Thomas As Kxecutor of I5li.a G. Gregory Buckle. Tor the white costume a white and nothing is more fashionable this combination of white tagal white grosgraln silk, with a big camellia set in its green foliage, nestled against the crown. The Tag He Plastered Upon a Famous English Historian. In tho "Letters or Charles Kllot Norton" Is this amusing epistle, which was written by Norton In IST.'l: said to me: The other day "It's a great shame that some one shouldn't keep a record of Carlyle's talk, lie never rails to say something memorable or admirably humorous. Why. he called somebody the otber day 'an inspired red herring."" "Pray." said I. "who Is It that deserves such a label';" lint I'ronde had forgotten. Some days afterward I asked ("arl.vle to whom he hud applied the phrase, but he had form it ten ami said he trusted he was not to be made accountable I'm- all the extravagant phrases he had uttered In would be "verm many to bat talk-th- ere thar rise lu Judgment" against hitn lint lie and wouldn't disown "the Inspired red her - HUGHES' CHILL TONIC IleU;r ttuu PALATABLE Calomel and Quinine. (Contains No Arsenic.) THE OLD RHLLMILK EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC A 4 well as ,i Remedy for Chills and l evers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Ililioiis Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE, NKRVOl'S SHDATIVK, SPLENDID TONIC Sjt'inW Trr It. Ocn'l take r lubilHuli, tt Dliti, SOc mil 00 Ballltt. PREPARED BY I ROBINSON-PETTE- T COMPANY, - L. LOUISVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. ring." Opposite Union Station t Rate $1.00 European Solicit patronage of Clovcrport Bath $1.50 Business Men and Shoppers How To Give Quinine To Children. News Want Ads. are Little Winners m In the News and Out of the Ordinary niaBilMnMMM .utopsy on .lames M l.aughlln ot Dutchess Junction. N. V.. revealed that McLaughlin's heart was ou Ills right side. , FKnRII,INK Is the trade-marname Riven to on Improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleasant to take and does not dUtutb the stomach. Children take It and never know it Is Quiulp;. Also etpecially adapted to adults who rann t take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate n'T cause nervousness nor ringing In the head. Tr it the next time you netd thiiniue lor any purpose. Ask for original packace. The uauie 1'lillIUU.NlC is bkmu iu bottle. .'5 cents. n ...The... opposite Hide. Performance. A Remarkable This tirst butt, when the ball is. on the ground, never lifts It :y.ch, anil It rolls and bounds toward the opponents. One or two of the latter run toward It: one throws himself I'Jt on his face and butts the ball back. Usually thl: butt lifts it. and It Hies back In a curve well up In the nlr, and an opposite player, rushing tow.ird it, catches it on his head with such a swing of his brawny neck ami such precision and address that the ball bounds back through the air as a footSpeaker Clark's Bridal Spoons. ball soars after a drop kick. The "Champ Clark wedding spoon" If the ball Hies olT to one side or the and youn. other It Is brought back and agalu has appeared In Washl-igloput In play. Orten it will be sent to friends of the speaker and Ids famllj and fro Tl dozen times, from head to who marry may expect lu be the rehead, until dually It rises with such cipients of a unique gift.' The spoons n sweep that It passes far over the were devised by the speaker when he heads of the opposite players and received an Invitation to the wedding descends behind them. Then shrill, j af one of his young iicqmil'itniices. rolling cries or good humored triumph The spoon Is made of silter and bears victors, ami the game x portrait of the spMl.e.-- In arise from J t'-- ENGLAND'S They BLACK MEN. 1 Womao's Heme Companion For August has for its special features the following interesting articles I "Worth More Than it Costs" Lots of farmers declare their telephone service is worth more than it costs. J. W. Harris, a well-knofarmer living near Choccolocco, Ala., wn Are Remnants of the Ancient lua Pointed Britons. N Practically every Ihigllslmian Anglo-Saxoby blood, but there sllb are. according to scientists, one or two corners In Miiglaiid where there are colonies directly descended Irom the Two raids made In Cincinnati. by the Britons, the blue painted men police disclosed the fact that several ancient who. according to the history books women past the age of th'ee score anil Inhabited I'ligland before the Anglo ten have dally been playing thu races. Saxons killed them oil'. If you came across them you would A man who gave a ten cent tip was once notice something curious about lined $! and a negro porter who tool, at look like Knglish a like amount at them. They do not the tip wim lined men at all. They are short, as swarthy under the state Jackson. M as Spaniard, with very narrow heads statute. and with curiously cut profiles. There are whole vlllagefuls of these A steel pin which Ldna t'ark of modern ancient Britons, though the Ark., swallowed thi:-tMountain Home. very lew and very out of years ag- has been removed from villages are Is this out of thu wayness the way. it The pin caused her no her stomach. that lias kept them so distinct from trouble until a year ago. when she was the country people around them. taken III with pains In her left side. Some of these villages have not even had road communication with the rest Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days or the world till comparatively recent Vour druggist will refund money if PAZO times. OINTMENT (ails to cure any case of Itching, One of these curious colonies is at Blind, Bleeding or Trotrudlne Piles in 6 to 14 days. The first application elves IJasc and Rest. SOc. Dunsfold. lu Surrey. Bedfordshire, too, has some villages of "black meu."-Lond- on In Now York Mrs. Maria Itollec sued Miss Anna Ilolker for $."uo damages because the latter revealed that Mrs liollec wore a wig. Is.-:.- , antl-tipplny Tlt-BIt- "Why Girls Like to Look Pretty" "Called on a Homely Girl by Mistake" "Do You Give Your Daughter a Monthly Allowance?" "Re a Man Like Father" You will find all these articles and many others in The Woman's Home Companion PRICE 15 Cents AT WEDDING'S DRUG STORE- and her father went sightseeing, al- Revenue Cutter Will Race With Fanv ways together. ire For Marooned Crew. .land's aunt, noticing this, one day The revenue cutter Bear, with suggested that she let her father go Hubert Bartlett. master of the Cit-tuln Her Superior English. James ltos and his daughter Janet from Canada visited relatives In ChiDay after day Janet cago recently. STARTS FOR KARLUK'S MEN. writes: "I had occasion to call our doctor not two hours after my telephone was connected with exchange. My mother, who is very old. Jrour the door steps and broke her arm, and I called the doctor. He was at my house before I could have gone to his residence, as he has an automobile. , I "We would not be without our telephone for more than it costs and appreciate the assistance you rendered us." Our free booklet tells how you may have telephone service on your farm at small cost. Write for it today. A postal will do. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company 399 SOUTH PRYOR INCORPORATED. STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 0 ship wrecked Otefanssou exploring Knrluk. ah'iard. Is on Its way to the nrctle to take oh the eighteen white men ami four F.sklimu of Bartlett's command who are ma .ned on Wran-ge- l Island, where they s'Uight refuge iftor the Knrluk was crushed lu the lei rlh or Herald island last winter The Bear carries provisions for nliii ii'imths. Capl'ilu Bartlett says the KarlukV men would run out of provision about verrsln." Everybody's. the middle of August, and the Bear will make every effort to reach them Confusion, Throe ladies as iliey shot In uu obser- before thai time They should, how vation car Callfoiiilawaid through the ever, be nl.le to subsist on game, lu superbest scenery lu the world fell to which Wrangel Island abounds. If tho rescue party Is delayed. talking about dogs. "1 don't know a thing about dogs." Not So Dutiful. "They're all Just Bald the lli'st lady "Where will Mrs. Dobs go now that If I have n preference, dogs to me botii her daughters are married to her though, ICh for the cob." house In Birmingham or nice so affectionate." "Cobs aiv In Leeds?" lady, "But I'm no to that of her agreed the smnid "One wauts her lu Birmingham, and I must say my dog sharp either. Still. other wishes she would go to choice of a dog would be a mustang. the Leeds." They're such good watch dogs, nreu't r ony-wher- e -son-lu-la- downtown alone some time. Jokingly adding. "Men do not like to have women always tagging' along." "Aye. auiity. but he wahuts me." explained Janet earnestly. "He canna thole to stir oot o' the house bis lane. Ye wndna beleeve boo fasht he Is Ye see. falthei wi'oot me. taa'ks sic braid Scoutch that stranger folk dluna ken what It's u' aboot. an' I hue tae gang wl" ulra tae dae the com KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH aCLEAKt Combination Pneumatic Sweeper "THIS A J 1 1 If I DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up Its ease pins, lint, ravclins, etc., in ONE OPERATION. makes sweepum a simple task quickly hnished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity-omoving and liftinc all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or Swiftly-Swccpine, Easy-Runni- ne f small, can enjoy relict from IJroom drudgery and protection Irom the danger ot Hying dust Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving Urush. "cry easily operated and absolutely guari anteed. In buyin;; a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give the "uuntlcy a ir.al in your Home at our expense? IB Dunttcy Is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers rt I Write foJay tor tutl particulars flotilla "What dutiful they?" "I beg your pardon. The one In Bir"I don't know one dog from auothcr." mingham wants her In Leeds; the one said the third lady. "I Just divide In Leeds wants t)or In Birmingham." them Into big dogs and little dogs. I'm sons-ln-law- rtMNicu! commit, uoi t. uttc it.. CHICAGO very fond of u hackney, though- -1 mean, of course, for o lap dog." Chicago Becord-Uernl- London Tlt-BIt- s. Read the Little Want Ads. Try Us For Neat Job Work SANITARY OHIO SURVEY OF RIVER NOW ON Ice Cream, Milk and Water of Experts Cleverport Tested Say-Riv- Is Full of Typhoid Six Men T Germs HAVE Here. AND MOTOR HOUSE-BOA- The United Slates Public Health Ser vice Is making iv sanltnry survey of the Ohio River from I'ittsburg, la., to Cairo, III., with the olijcctof instilling standards of sanitation fpr towns along the river, ns well ns to examine ami determine the degree of fitness of water and milk for drinking purposes in all townt visited, The parly consists of six men, who are making the trip in a houseboat ami t motor launch of high power. While here the tested the milk mid water used in Cloverport, hut ns yet, no report on the purity of it lias been received from them. Some of the put an extra shine on their milk duckets, thinking the young men would call and pass judgement on their sanitary dishwashing, hut they However, the ears were disappointed. of the buckets got a thorough cleansing'. HARDINSBURG. Don't forget Masonic picnic at Irving-ton Siturday, August Do something worth 15. living for, worth dying for; do something to show that you have a mind, and a heart, and a soul within you. Dean Stanley. H. V. llcrd has returned from a V busi-iit-- trip to louisville. Misses Pauline Compton, Grace and C.eniveve Ilrown were the guests last week of Mrs. I. II. Richardson at Car-fiel- Co., will lake hh vacation this week. Miss Louise Moorman spent the week end at Glen Dean with her parents, Mr. nml Mrs, I). C. Moorman. Guy Kldcr and I.eo Shecrau were out last Thursday witli a tenm of horses, The horses became frightened mid rnn away. I,co Shecrau was thrown from the wagon and alighted iu n sand pile and was not hurt. Guy Hlder was thrown out and received a number of bruises about the head and elbows. The County Hoard of Education will meet in Supt. Trent's office Thursday to fix the salaries of the teachers Mr, and Mrs. I.ee Ilewlcy, of Mttsko tree. Okla., arc the uuests of Mr. and Mrs Gus Brown. The baseball team went to Hartford Saturday and plaed ball. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman at their home near Glcu Dean, Iia7c as their guests Mrs. Morris Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heard, Messrs. Murray Heard, Marvin Heard, Jr., Ralph Milton Heard, Mr. and Mrs Paul Compton and Charlotte Compton. The ladies all over the county and ad joining counties are requested to bring to the fair all of their fancy work, pre serves, cakes in fact everything mat goes iu the Floral Hall. Rev James P. N'ormau, pastor of St. Romuald's church, will return from liurope the first of the month. Theodore Mattingly, of the Oakland neighborhood, lost his barn and silo by fire Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. David Piillen, of Con- stantinc. have been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. M. ll.isham. Miss Amelia Squires went to McQuady Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Mollie Dejaructte. Mrs. Robert Hcndrick has returned from a visit to Mrs. Gid Squires at Mc- Quady. Herbert Hall, bookkeeper for II, P. Heard & Co., is at his post of duty after a week's vacation. AUSTRO-SEHVBA- N CRISiSjeCID Precipitated by the Murder of Francis Ferdinand. SPLIT DATES FARTHER Russia and Germany BACK PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Patent Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations Concernod In Acute'Situation Resulting From Annexation Controversy First Balkan War Intensified Feeling Relations More Strained Since Later Conflict. Austria's demand upon Scrvla for tho punishment of all the accomplices In the murder of the Arch'dtike Francis Ferdinand and the suppression of all the societies which have fomented rebellion In Bosnia U the climax of a long time disagreement between the two countries. Tho demands of Austria upon Servla are based In part 011 the confession of Nedeljo Gr.hrlunvlcs. who threw the bomb at the archduke on June 2S. shortly before Gabrlo Prlnzlp shot him. (abrliiovlcs said that he had formed In Belgrade' a conspiracy with Prlnzlp and four others to kill the archduke. One of the four, a Belgrade student named Grabes. has been ar rested, but the others are still at large. The union la the society aimed at iu the ultimatum. Tills or ganization iwplres to unite the entire Servian race. Long at Odds. The feeling between the two nations, however, goes hack much further, says the New York Times. Only a minority of tjie Servian race live In Sorvla and the Macedonian territory recently won from die Turks. .Montenegro Is Inhabited dv people ethnically ami the same: so lire Bosnia and Herzegovina: so Is much of the hinterland of Dalmatla and large districts In Hungary. In other words, a hundred years ago part of the Servian race was subject to Turkey and part The part to the Hnpsburg monarchy. under Turkish domination has won Its freedom; the other has not. Bosnia mid the Herzegovina rose against Turkey Iu 1871!. as did Servla proper. Alter the congress of Berlin had settled the Balkan question In 1S78 these two countries, so far from receiving their freedom, were handed over to Austria, though remaining under nominal Turkish suzerainty. They promptly revolted, and were sulxlued only after four years of guerilla warfare. Ever since then there has been much bitter feeling nnd a strong army of occupation has been maintained. Austria spent large sums on public Improvements and felt that she had 1 property Interest In the territory. When, ii CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON It is. hest, costs no more than the rest why not use it? IT! L Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky The August American Magazine" "POP" By Alien Ilcgan Rice John Bunny, the funny man of the "movies" Many Attractive Features for Summer Reading Questions Camden's Democracy Gen. llenueet H. Young, speaking at Madisonville iu behalf or his candidacy for the short term, said: "It has been is one of the interesting people told ahout in the August number Price 15c ALL MAIL A house to house canvas will be made here I'riday to secure members to the Miss Davidson is in Mrs, James Keilliady and daughter, Health League. .Miss Ida Kcnuady, have returned from a town. visit to Nawireth Academy, where they Mis Klia Meador spent Sunday at had been to see Miss Mary Kennedy who Kingswood. took her vows to be a nun Misses I'thcl and Martha Meador Miss Addic K. liskridge crrived spent last week iu the country with Mr. from Howling Green where she has and Mrs. Thomas Simmons and other been atterdiug the Western Normal. relatives. While there they attended Miss IJskridge will finish the life course the protracted meeting at Norton's Val- next year ley. Miss Uh'ahclli I 'aimer, of Louisville, who has been the guest of the Misses FURTHER HONOR MEMORY Whitworth, has lelurned to her home. OF VON STEUBEN, WAR HERO. Nipt. Joe W. Trent made a business trip to b'rankfort last week to see Supt. Jtarksdale I Intuitu. Statue at Utica, N. Y Another Testi ndrew Driskell is .it home from monial of American Appreciation. llnrlford where he has been attending the Ohio Coiintv Teachers' Institute. A statu.; of Huron Prledilch Wilhelm Mr. Driskell will teach at I'ordsville. Augustus Henry von Steuben to bj Mrs. C. W. Howell, of Huntington dedicated at I'tlca, N. Y Aug. .1, will W Va., is the gue.-- t of Miss H.i lie ndd further honor to the memory of Ilrown. Mrs. Howell was a favorite the famous foreign soldier who helped when she worked in .Mercer's law of the Ainerle.'in colonies Iu their hour of need. fice. Von Htiuli-n- . who has hivn describMisses lvliz.1 and Louise Taylor are ed as "the drill master of the Revoluvisiting friends in Custer. tion." Is bii'led near Utica, on the esJohn Swillman, James Howard Card' tate presented to him by congress. He wrote tin; drill regulations for the Jier, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson army and had much to do to 'tar Springs last Thursday. Mr, rind Mis. Itolieitsou reiii.uiieil tor a two with the ominl.atlon of the forces. At the Vt.cn ceremonies, which will weeks slay be marked by a pageant Aug. f. (I and Miss Mildied Murray has returned to 7, members of the her home in ludi.iuapolii, after a two alliance will wear the Continental unimonths visit to relatives here, (lien form and P'trry Hint locks iu the pageant battle of Oriskuny. and they will Deun and Cloverport. represent the German Palatines folCeil. I Livid It Murr.i) of ludiiti-apohs- , lowing General Herkimer to defeat the in town on business. has been Ilrltlsh. Miss Virginia Walker spent the week General von Steuben was a nontenend in Irviugtou with her cousin. Miss ant general in the Prussian army during the Seven Years war. He came to Susie Thomas Payne. Ameiioa on his own re.spoiislblllty'nnd Mrs. D. W. Scott of Louisville, aispent his fortune in making soldiers med Monday to visit her father, Robert out of the colonists of New York, who Smith. had left the city for New Jersey after Mrs. T. Wilson, of Kuoxville. Tent!., the victories of Lord Cornwallls had and Miss l,ottie Petty, of Huntsville, given possession of the metropolis to Ala., are the guests of their uncle. J. W. the British. His manual of Instruction for the army was adopted by conOutline. gress In 177f. Ho introduced the strictMisses Kathleen Iloben and Annie est dl.sclplli'f, a change greatly needed O'Reilly were the guests last week of by the army, and which contributed to He served Jliss Maud Smith at her home near Its ultimate success. throughout the war. and his conduct Glen Dean. was marked by the utmost valor. lie' The following coniKscd a house party frequently shared his last dollar with for the week end at the Palls of Rough: the suffering soldiers, as he often did Misses Nell Dempster, Mildred Moor his clothing and camp equipments also. man, of Glen Dean, Messrs. M. II. At the close of the war the Statu of Kincheloe, Arthur Heard and Franklin New Jersey gave him a farm, New York State gave him 10,000 acres of Heard. wild land hi Onolda county, and the Irvin Taylor, who Ills been attending government granted him nn annuity of medical school iu tuisville, is at home $2,zm. He distributed his lands among for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. his aids, his servants and tenants. Iu Dee. 7. Ill lo, a monument to the Alfred Taylor The following are some of the county baron was erected hi Washington. Fifty thousand dollars was approprimen tli.it were in town Friday: 8. T, ated for the purpose by congress. , Smith, tilen Dean; J. M. Powers, Alvin replica of this monument was sent to Wither., il ICirlc, and Assessor George Germany lu l'.ill. W. Jailff, ol A lcl, and W. R. Moor man, Ji , fl ;(?u Dean. The Basis of Society. Mall liiu i.ter, ,jf Owcnsboro, made a The wealth mid strength of a counI usiuiv, dip (o town last week. try are Its population, and the vo:y Mils,-.- ; M .11 lino Monarch and Agues best part of that population lire the cultivators ot the soli. Independent 1 oard li iv" been the guests of Miss Isa- farmers are everywhere the basis of bel Mooitiiuii at tier home near Harned. society ns well as the true friends or Mrs. Raymond Dowel I, Misses Anna liberty. Andrew Jackson. and Keltic Kincheloe visited Mrs, Cole- Fine. man Payne at her home near Harned. Judge Thirty dayn. l'rlsoner-O- h. Amos Hoard, who has charge of the clothing department, at II. P. Heard & please don't send me to Jail, your honWell, then. I'll make It $:'.') Co.'s store, has leen at Tar Springs or. Judge nm llniv'M that taking Ins vacation. Kxprvxx. Thomas Ryan, clerk for II. V, Heard A mo-."reGerman-American . Prisoner-I'liic.-Ilurf- persistently and continuously charged, and never deuied, that Hon. Johnson N, Camden, now candidate for the United States Senate for the Short term, refused to vote for William Jennings Hryan in 1896, 1900 and 1908, when Mr. Hryan was the Democratic standard bearer for tne l'rcsutency. twenty days ago publicly stateil this and advised Mr, Camden that if he would deny the charge I would take fullest opportunity in every speech I made to right him iu this regard. Nothing has come from ORDERS! SENT DAY RECEIVED Our stock for preserving fruits, jellies, etc., is comploto. Parowax, Canning Acid, Jar Rubbers Kill the Flies and Stop Sprettd of Disease him oil the subject. "If Mr Camden could not ulTord to vote for Mr. llrvan when three times therefore, the Turkish constitutional nominated by his party for the l'resi revolution lu 1IM18 led to a call for deucy, can the Democrats of Kentucky to come to a parliament afford now to vote for Mr. Camden for from all parts of the empire. Includ- the United States Senate? ing Bosnia nnd the Herzegovina, Alls-lil"It may be true that Mr. Camden iu had a good excuse for announcing the annexation of these countries. 11 and 1912 paid to the campaign Servla protested violently, nnd was funds the fabulous sum of jf4.),ooo, but backed by Russia, but Germany's sup- can he, when refusing to support the port of Austria led to the withdrawal party leaders, win the votes of Demoof the opposition of the Slav powers crats by contributions to campaign exthe annexation was completed. penses, even though these be large Servia Aroused. enough to stagger belief? This iiillamed the feeling of the Ser"As to what party Mr. Camden bei vians, whi'-l- the promise of an iiutono longed before 191 there is no record. nums diet for the two provinces did nothing to allay. Austria's ambitions He made no speeches, he helped in no canvasses. As far as the public knows still looked toward the ultimate acquisition of :',aloiiikI, and Servian mid he did nothing iu advocacy of DemoTurkish territory lay squarely In the cratic principles until 191 1. Will two v. ly. The lirst Balkan war made the barbecues, where crowds can be fed at Ituatlou more acute, for Servian troops twenty-fiv- e cents a piece, and big cam;iy conquered western Macedonia paign money make a Democrat suitable 'ml forced their way through Albania for United States Senator?" Then Austrian diplomacy won nnIu the conferences of titer victory Well Known Minister Dead. th- - powers which followed tho war Montenegro was deprived of Scutari, end Servla was compelled to withdraw Kev. H. II. White a well known I!ap- her troops from Albania. The Servian victories Iu the second tist minister died at his home near Balkan war were largely neutralized I.titchfield last Saturday. He was in by the fact that Austria seized the oc his seventieth year and had been a mineaslon to occupy the Saujak of Nov! ister for forty-fiv- e years and a member of Bazar, a strip of territory between the Goshen Association for the same MontHicgro and Servla which belong- time. He was a well beloved minister ed to Turkey till the war of 11112. thus Moderator of of thrusting herself lu between the Ser and for a number years vhius and their Montenegrin kinsmen. the Goshen Association. He was a bro Ami so another blow was dealt to the ther of Dr. W. 11. White, formerly of this uiiil'mtioii of the Serbs, which. If ever city. carvled through, would cut off the en tire southwestern comer of the Hups-burIRVINGTON empire. Since then a strong army has been at all times maintained by Austriu within striking distance of tho Servian Don't forget Masonic picnic at Irv. frontier. a 1 11 1 Crude Carbolic Acid, Kreso Dip, Lime and Sulphur Solution, Fly Dope m Sulphur Candles 10c Formaldehyde Candles 10c at right prices jj ym j PARIS GREEN for tobacco worms a large assortment Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Feed Your Stock Hogs Sal-vet We print and develop films and Watch Them Grow Kincheloe's Pharmacy Hardinsburg, m lSPPPO,3,SS5!KSS'::sSSSIc3SS tvj uau The Quality Store Ky. li i CiflKl) imtfc& u: lngton, Saturday, Aug. 15. ARMY WORMS DEFEATED. Iltchos Filled With Poisoned Food Attract Pests With Effective Result. Theiirmy worm which Is ravaging the for a visit. Misses Mary Alexander, Elizabeth H'ldsof several eastern states has suf-t 'Vied blow In Connecticut. Crider, Julia Lyons and Hubert Lyons Millions of tinny worms which threat were guests of Miss Mamie Kendall, lied the destruction of seventy acres Webster, on last Tuesday evening f corn valued ut iSlO.imo on the Uran l'rof. Rufus McCoy and wife, Clover 'o.tl farms owned by Commodore Mor- port, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ton I'. Plant ut Kastrru Point have been exterminated by llfty laborers Julius Sippel. Uurrel Dell, Allen, Tex., has been vnrklng.undcr the direction of Professor !. II. I.amson of the Connecticut visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rout. Bell. Agricultural colli .e Rev. Brown, Louisville, is holding a Double dllcu. were dug. surround-umeeting at the Presbyterian church. the Held. In places a poisonous Mrs. C. DeWeese, Fordsville, Is the v'sh consisting of bran, parks green v.l molasses was sttvwu. The worms guest of her parents; Mr, and Mrs. J.J ate It nnd died. The.v lay so thickly Til ford. In the illtclies thnt the.v were shoveled Fred Urlte and Ken Bandy motored mt lllco Band. to Louisville Saturday. 11 kno-koii- Miss Nancy Payne, Hardinsburir, has been visiting Miss Angle Gibson. MUs Viola Lewis has tone to Paris Mrs. Larue Cox chaperoned the following party to Sample Saturday: Misses Jennie Handy, Maurlne Katherine (fox, Virginia Head, Ruth Marshall, Messrs Lewis Bennet Moreman Harry Smith, Wlllje Cain, Victor Lyons, Thomas Alexander, Mel-vi- n Lewis, Owensboro; Edward Taylor, Hodgenville. A delightful day was spent In rowing, kodaking and enjoying a fine lunch. town last week. Edward Taylor, Hodgenville, is the Mrs. Nora Board and children have guest of Dr. W. B. Taylor. returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. John Ross and Mrs. Frank FerE. L. Henderson, Guston. ry, Cloverport, called at the home of Rev. W. W. Stout and wife, Louis- Mrs. Chamberlain Sunday to extend guests of Mr. sympathy. ville, were week-en- d and Mrs. F. H. McGhee. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham and Melvln Lewis, Owensboro, is visiting Roy Cleo went to Louisville Monday. Moreman. Lewis Bennet Misses Eva Carrlgan, Edith Lewis, The Mystic Twelve Club. Leon Lewis, Sam Oarrigan motored to Guston Friday evening. HardinsburK, Ky. July 37.(Special) Miss Helen Hawkins, Owensboro, Is Since the Sulphur Spring camping party Mr. and Mrs John Miles. visiting have returned from their camp they have The Housekeepers League has post organized a club, calling themselves the poned the meeting for this week. Mystic Twelve, They will meet each week. Last week Misses Nancy and Del-l- a A number of tour young people acKincheloe were the hostess on Wedcepted Messrs Pierce and Weather-holt'- s evening. Refreshments were kind invitation for their annual nesday served. The following are the members: hay ride. Misses I'liza Taylor, I'nnnie Lee and Hal-li- e Miss Mildred Hawes spent the weekDrown, Delia ami Nancy Kincheloe end In Lewlsport. and Louise Taylor, Messrs Samuel Kvans, Irvlngtonians who were In Louis- Robert Hoswell, I'r.mklin Kincheloe, ville last week: Mrs. A. T. Adkins, Russel Compton, Murray Ilrown, and Mrs. Nora William Kvans. Mrs. Nannie Wathen, They are already making plans for Board, Hubert Lyons and Paul Wilson. their camping trip next year. K. F. Alexander exMr. and Mrs. They report the time of their lives this pect to move In their new home this year. They had a number of visitors week. them was Miss Ruth Kiucheloe afr The members of the Baptist church ter returning from her camping party to entertained their Sunday school classes the Falls of Sinking, Ash-cra- Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Tanner arrived Friday from Winchester, they will leave this week for their new home, Trenton, Ky: We are sorry to lose them from our midst. Miss Susie Thomas Payne has for her guest little Miss Walker, of Har dinsburg. Miss Julia Lyons was hostess to the Wednesday Music Club. Miss Lena Lewis, Kansas, is visiting relatives here. E. A. Harda way, Louisville, was in to an Ice cream social Tuesday eve ning. ft,