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XXXIX T CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1914. t i 8 i Pages PRIMARY In County No. 5 ELECTION Off Quietly. n - Germany Declares War Upon Russia and ii ii r-oe urawn imo all turope may .in "5,5?. l Situation Closes Other Stock DEATH COMES TO MISS MATTIE MILNER Passes Bloody Conflict. War Declared in Germany Quits Business For First Time Much Loved Younjj Woman Qiei Since Panic In 1873 War at Her Home at Union Star Wore Intend Shown Stanley Th$ And Race Between Beckham. . FridayFuneral Held Satur- Exchanges, 1st--Fo- ur day at Methodist Church. Against Russia August Warfare- FINANCIAL CONDITIONS 0. K. SHE LEAVES FIVE BROTHERS Mis? Mattle Milner died F'rid'jy Tho Primary election last Saturday passed oil iuletly. Not a ripple nor a wave of trouble was heard of in any in the county. The fight, If was between Beckham and Stan-leany, hut there was no pulling or haul-In- e of voters to the pSlli, Meu fterit b the polls with their minds made up and votea far the man ot their choice There was disappointment on both sides. Some precincts gave majorities for Beckham larger than was expected and others went for Stanley where not expected. As a whole the county gave Deekham a very handsome majority over Stanley. There was very little interest shown in the other races. Wt give vote of the county in another col umn by precincts. It is not official but It will not be changed only in a few cases. The Beckham and Stanley vote tallies with the olllclal county, Beckham's majority being .'15!. Great Powers Are Now in Actual -Latest War News Its expense would run Into the billions, Every almost beyond computation. war tlian ever darkened history. country In Europe whlcn practices Scrvla's d remit of centuries (or a conscription contains additional milport, on the Adriatic was about to be lions of men. young, nnd old, who nre accomplished in the recent Balkan regarded as possible food for the canshattered non. Within ii month between six and war. when It and also forced the Montenegrins twelve millions of men might be to retire from Scutari. engaged. ' This Intensified the hatred for AusMay Involve Balkan States. tria that has been in, tbo hearts of the ' Servians for six hundred years and Three of the jltalkan states which which was actively expressed In the might possibly become Involved in the recent assassination of Archduke Ferdi- imbroglio are Itoumunla. Bulgaria and nand, heir to the Greece. The combined pence footing throne, and his wife. The assassina- of these countries Is lSO.fXX); the war tion was the match to the magazine. In war footing 1,0.'!0.000. footing, Then came Austria's ultimatum. Roumnnla leads the three with 500,000 Servio answered the Austrian ultima- Bulgaria comes next nnd Greece last tum by the acceptance of all conditions Aeroplanes would figure In the conImposed therein save one. She agreed flict Austria has l.V), Italy 200. Gerto dissolve the societies ac- many 350. total 700; Great Britain has cused of plotting against the Austrian 130. France "0 and Russia 380, total state. She agreed to publish on apolo- t.200. gy In the olllclal Journal, agreed to Possible Outcome. an army order condemning the Russia has proclaimed herself tilt greater Sorvla agitation and agreed to dismiss all Servian dlllecrs and olllclals protector of Servla and of Roiimauia her whose complicity In the assassination By conquering Servla Austria and of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand nlly, Germany, would reach the Aegean sea and thus hamper the southern ami his wife was proved. Hon Mission ports and commerce. On one i ml lit only did she make reservation, namely that the measures I mania Is Russia's buffer state. If Russia aids Servla and already required of licr should be such as interwould her army Is mobilizing-thnational law sanctioiis.'.'iud that she bo to allow Austrian olll- call upon Germany and Italy as parties not compi-Hii- l clals to outer Servian territory and to the triple alliance to send their ami there try Servian subjects. She nsked les and navies against Russia In the . that tills reiiuest be submitted to Tho aid or their ally. Then as members of the triple en Ilaguu tribunal and that more time be ur.'iiili'il Tin that end. Tims on nine tentc between Itussia. Ftauce and I'.ngland might I" out of ten point Austria bad iinme- - Knglaml France and diate compliance, and on the tenth she compelled to aid Itussia. Thus there would be of the six irt- -i was requested to allow a reference to Austni; Tlie llagne court, which might And in powers or Kiitopo Germany. y'de Hungary and Italy on one "no If her case were good. her favor i This reply was considered Insufilclent Russia. France and England on other. by Austria, and the Austrian minister France, at least Its army. Is uppv-entlat Belgrade left the Servian capital. eager for the contest, beekln,; Biggest War In History. lost Alsace and I.orrnliie and Ui than all the armies ever Greater avenge flu war of 1S70-1- . assembled will be those called oil BulgnrU may bo expected to aid in case the eouiitrles which are parties monarchy to avenge the wrongs to the triple alliance and the triple en- which she believed she sulTeied JimI tente nrc Dually brought into thu war after the wnr against Turkey, when between Austria and Servla. If the Servla attacked her and forced her to entire stiengtli of the nations Involved surrender most of what her army had were placed In the Held or If a fair won. Turkey Is counted upon to i.iil proportion of them were called out Autllil'IIllligiiry. while Greece, to prethey would mako the armies of past vent her annihilation by the Miutlnvr.nl conflicts seem small' by comparison. progress of Austria, will alo support Serviu one of thu little nations of Servla and the tho world- - lias uot much of an army. While a comparison of the number Latest figures, prepared tills year, lu the and Scrtluu show that her army in time of 'peace armies makes wnr between them seem numbers :r000 men. Her war strength absurd. Servla believes that her army, is 210.000. and in addition to this force well drilled, thoroughly disciplined and she has an unorganized body of men hardened by two recent wars, will be a who, lu case of dire necessity, could match for the vastly greater Anstro called on for service, numbering CO,- - Hungarian army, which Is utitrnlnix.l In JV. ore. This body of men would be actual service1. 'M(I compared with the tre- Servla also counts on the rising title ?.j "'lllch could be called within the dual nion "r,,,9lf "ul".Kmuce of nrchy. And, outside of the active aid of Itussia, the little kingdom is relying Servla- much on the reported Indigence of the entente, took up the cns treasury. Russia's Great Power. Easier to Defend. all the big countries Itussla Ic'iiN mentioned both fn peace strength and KrS.cuyeVntz. to which King Peter war footing, although her wnr footing bag movrtl his court from Belgrade, Is but 1100.000 in execstJ of that of Ger- Is about fifty1 miles due south of many. She has 1.21)0,000 men In times Scmcudrlu, on the Hitiitibe, and about of peace ami 5.000.0 j on a wnr footing. llfty-llvof mllctf France has 7i!0,00u for u pcaco guard Belgrade. It lies ou u branch spur of Great And 4.000.000 on a war footluc. railroad about fifteen miles from tho Britain bus n peace footing of 234,000' main Hue to Snl6nlkl nnd Constantimud a wnr footing of 730,000. The total nople, ,n ml Is well ndnplod for defense. armies of the triple entente number It,ls the third town In size lu the old gi2.'J0l.ro0 lu times or pence and tbo kingdom' of Servla. with about 20.000 gantic number of 10,2:10.000 lu times of people. Its only superiors nre Belgrade war, The same three countries have a and Nlsch. combined force of fi.200.000 unorganizThe town was (ho llrst capital of ed men of military age who could be Its on In race of emergency. This the principality of flrrvlit. lifter drawu partial liberation from the' Turku would make the stupendous number of It lias always been realized that Its men uvnlluhlit forncttial service In the Belgrade or triple entente, excinslvo of those of Isolated poslt!oiimaile government1, less and value as the se.it or Servin. u'eaily 20.000,000. It Is believed that ever since the VicThe totals of the three countries composing the triple alliance Austria. Ger- tories In UU2 and IW.'I the ServhnV many and Italy -- are nlmrwt as stagger-lug- . government has planned to move Its the The total war footing of the com- hendquaiters to some town ne-r- er bination Is S. 100.000; tho pcactf strength, center or the kingdom. l,!ilO,000. Tho same countries have nn Tragedy Made Peter King. unorganised fctro of men of military King Peter, under whose rule Servla strength which numbers 5,200,000, or has advanced to a strong position In about 11,000.000 meii. who could in southeastern Europe cnuie to tho pinch be culled uu for service. Where It would Jill cud the wisest throne ns tho result of a crime thn't shocked tho world, Svikcncru could nuver say, and the InEleven yjwiH ngoJKliu; Alexander of , dustrial anil economic havoc suchAustrln-Uungnry Austro-IIungnrlan Pan-Serb N Austria-Hungarytl-.tie-folie-dua- l Austro-llungiirla- WI bi'lwten T II tho brr.il: Austria nnd Scniu the civilized world was uppnlled at thu prospect of a bloodier wur would wreak would probably set the world back a half century nt lenut her home at Union S'tar nfter a long 111 ness which was the result of rt se'lous spell of typhoid fever. She had been in 111 health more than a year and her death was not unexpected. The fu nernl was held from the Methodist f'riiiJJ wen' ils-- t Sen in am! church Saturday afternoon conducted anted In tli Ii palm cat Itelgniite Half by the Rev. H. E. Jarboc. A number nl'ii-midnight on .lime 10. nu IIKKI, forty nl my ntlhi'is eliteriil the of people from a distance attended. pnlnce. luirM Into the apartments of Miss Milner was the daughter of the the kins and qiiceu and killed them late Dr. William Milner, an esteemed Details of Hie tragedy vary, hut the physician of Breckeoridge county. She best ailtlienlli ntiil Is that the couple Is survived by four brothers, Messrs. died In each other's arms. The same Helm, James and Pope Milner, and Dr. tilglll set oral ministers were sl.iln by Will Milner, of Patesville. Their sister the plotters The total number of le was born December 2, 1877, and her thus of the conspiracy Is said to have "been sweet life was mostly spent at Union At the lime of the tragedy King IV Star, however, In recent vears she ter wa In Geneva, living a secluded made visits of some length to her aunt, lire and' apparently Inking .little Inter Mrs. J. T. Mlnary, of Louisville. The est in Hie pollilcs or his native land people of Union Star and that comEver since the terrP le night or the munity were devoted to Miss Milner, assassinations In has denied that and her home town was deeply grieved any roreknowledge or them. Nov over her death. crtlieh'ss suspicion has continued. Just Sunday School Classes Among those who attended the fu ly or uiilustly. to rest upon him. nnd it Entertained. neral were: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard, was some ears after Ills accession to the throne before Great Britain and Mr. Allen Ktncheloe, of Hardinsburg; other powers recognized him formally Mrs. J. T. Mlnary and Mrs. Perkins, of Stepiiensport, Aug. 3. (Special) Mrs. ns king of Servla. Clover-pot- t; I). Fox entertained her Sunday School Louisville; John D. Uabbage, of L. H B. Head, of Lodiburg, and a Class and Miss Esther I'ayue's class at number of friends from Stepiiensport, her home Tuesday evening July 28. Lodlburg and other points. The yard was beautifully decorated Music and with Japanese lanterns. Emory-Murra- y. Mrs; Hook Commits Suicide At many interesting games were played. AH especially enjoyed the "Coon Hunt" Her Home Near Hardinsburg after which delicious refreshments were Friends of Mr. Harold Matthews served. '1 Lose present from a distance Murray have received the following ves Was "47 Years were: Misses Ruth McCubbins, Georgia announcement: MissN. E. Holding Five Children. Haswell, announces the marriage of McIIaswell, Emma Helen her adoptJennie C. I.ennou, of Hardinsburg and ed daughter, Alnce Emory, to Mr. Mrs. ltettie Hook committed suicide iMllina Allen, ot New lieuiei. tiaroi,i Matthews Murrav nn Tlu.rsrlriv. at her home near Hardinsburg, Monday Mrs. Fox is a lovely hostess and the tnu tnrteth day of July( ninetCL.n morning by hanging herself to a small young people are always delighted to be hundrod an( follrteon, Covington, Ky. tree with a rope. Six years ago Mrs. in her home. At home aflor Ammtl the twentieth. Hook was in the asylum, recovering her 174 West Forty-thir- d Street. mind she returned home. It is supposed Mr. Murray is the son of Mr. nnd of Logs. Good Sale the suicide was due to the despondency Mrs. A. II Murray, former residents over the conditions of the crops. She J. M. Rhodes, dealer in lumber and of Cloverport,-anhas many friends In was 47 years old, and leaves five children timber at Webster, was in Louisville this city. three boys and two girls, of which only last week and made u sale of 50,000 one boy is married. The funeral was. feet of logs. The Louisville Veneer Depot at Webster. held Monday from the home. Mills .were the purchasers. M. Rhodes The Henderson Route depot at Webas very satisfactory. reports the sale Miss Tula Babbage is visiting rein This me ins a good business for the log ster has been moved east a short distance to Rive room for more side track tives at Bewleyville. men in that section. and the handling oC freight. The building hss been overhauled and it is now practically new. It has a new tile roof from the Murray Roofing Tile ComTEXT BOOKS ADOPTED BY THE pany of this city, The shippers and patrons of the road nre mighty well SCHOOLS OE KENTUCKY pleased with the change. l.'ul-e'ti i lifty-ruiir Old-Lead The New York Stock Kxclinnge .impended business Friday, July 31,011 account of a financial upheaval for the first time since 1873, The Consolidated Exchange, the Cotton Exchange and other exchanges nil over the United States quickly followed. The Hood of selling orders by torcigii.scmHtyholder.it precipitated the action. The action was taken only after every other scciifity market of the first class in the world hid closed nnd It became certain that the most powerful nations of Europe were 011 the verge of a war the like of which the world has never seen, and that the local market, in case it remained open, would be forced to bear the brunt of a liquidation that would be worldwide. The business and financial condition of New York and the entire country is sound, but the situation in Europe justified extreme prudence on the part of the United States, and the closing of the Stock Exchange was a wise precaution. precinct at y, WAR BULLITINS Aug. 1. Events the European crisis developed today with startling rapidity. The Ger man ultimatum to Russia, demanding that Russia cease mobilization of her army, expired at noon and ."i:l.") (.'clock in the afternoon the Gorman emperor signed a mobilization order. At 7:M) o'clock the German ambassador at St. Petersburg, Count Von Portales, delivered a declaration of war in the name of his government to the Russian government and the entire staff of the embassy immediately left St Petersburg. Although, after the warlike speech delivered by the German emperor a' Berlin cn Friday, no other results could be expected, hope that the dread events might be averted had been raised by tho intervention of King George and the fact that the German Keiohstag was not to be convened until Tuesday. Hence the actual declaration of war had not been expected for another day or two Xow the die is cast and Uurope is to bo plunged into a general war which has been the fear of European states men for generations. It is now only a question of how soon a state of actual war will exist between Germany and France. In London, England, COPY OF LAWS Jackson Brothers Cleared. Kltjnckiou and I. V. Jackson, who were arrested for seining in CloverCreek about two weeks ago were cleared. "J! W1 ZGt.nP03.nSthetr,pIe Austro-IIiiiigarla- e south-southea- Tho Text Hook ColUfnisoloiij 'composed of the Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction, together with onu member nppointud by the Governor from tho faculty of tho Stuto University nnd tho faculty of each of tho Stale Normal Schools n,nd ono member appointed by tho Governor from each Appellate District lit tho State; tho Commission to bo composed of twelve members, adopt tho books to be used for tho next live years in the Common Schools und all County High Schools in cities of tho fifth and sixth class. Cithsof tho lirst, second, third and fourth ciass tiro exempt and adopt their own books. Dealers will sell or oxchango books for tho old ones by said adoption at tho prices marked or printed on the back of each book adopted. Thco prices kro made by the Stuto Toxt Book Commission. Tho books adopted by tho Commisslou nhall ho used as toxt books to the oxclusion of all others in all tho common schools and moil schools of tho State, except as heroin provided, for a period of five years from tho date of adoption and it shall not bo lawful for uny teacher or othor school oliicer to use, or any school board to permit to bo used, any books upon the sumo Howbranches other than thoso adopted by tho Commission. ever, nothing shall prevent tho use of supplementary text books, but supplementary books shall not bo used to the oxclusion of tho books prescribed under this act. Tho books have boon elected and tho Common School books have beoa ordered by J. C. Nolto & Hro. and uro now ready for tale. As tho profit in so little und tho merchants having to pixy all freight and bo responsible for all books received, tho State Depository urges that all dealers sell books for cash. Children in tho city of Cloverport aro requested to buy no school bboks of any kind until further uotico by tho School Board and l'rincipul. As Clovorporc is u city of the fifth class wo are compelled to use the adopted books both in Common and High School. Hufti9 McCoy, Principal Cloverport High School. d Card Of Thanks. To those who, from Ilia kindness of their hearts, assisted us and proffered their aid and sympathy during the illness and death of our dear sister, Mat-ti- e C. Milner, we desire to express our bloodshed, appreciation and thanks. fn this curious situation, L'rahce. ac Her Brothers. cording to British opinion, has the strongest justltication. She certainly Mr. Scott Hurt. was the last to mobilize and seems to have taken the greatest precautions Peyton Scott received severe injuries to avoid frontier collisions. while nt work at the Henderson Route On the other hand( Germany, In adHe escaped a shops here Thursday. dition to invading French territory serious accident. Mr. Scott is improvwithout making a formal declaration o ing rapidly. war, has violated the neutrality of LuxRev. Winched Four great Powers Uurope Austria-HungarRussia, France and Germany are now en gaged in actual warfare, but two of them Germany and Franc- e- have not declared wa.r against ea.cn other, as far as Is known here, nnd have not even severed diplomatic relations. This is despite tho fact that Germany's ultimatum to France has either been Ignored or rejected, The explanation of this would to bo that Germany and Franco are each seeking to throw upon tha other the onus ot ucgiiinhlg the war. In fact while the nations of Europe are Hying at each others' throats, they are vielug wit.i each othor in protesting their desire to maintain peace, and they repudiate the responsibility for plunging the whole continent into of London, Aug. 3 ap-po- ar at Stephensport. emburg. "The Oaks" the pretty country home Bro. Wiuchetl was pasa fine sermon. tor of this church for several years and of Mr. and Mrs. Jns. W. Miller, near it Is thought that be will be called there Oakland school house, was the scene of great merriment, ou last Friday afteragain as pastor. noon. The occasion being the celebration of the birthday anniversary of Lucy The Loose Leaf House. C. nnd Charles K. Miller, the daughter mid sou of Mr. and Mrs, Jas. V. Miller, The f,ooe I.eal Tobacco Warehouse at their oges are thirteen and eleven years. Hanlinsburg is now under full headway, There were thirty young people present, immensely, Men and material are ou the ground and who enjoyed themselves the work is going right ahead. AH the each one receiving a souvenir. There supplies consisting of scales, baskets, were several presents received and the and prUitig outfit have been bought and refreshments were served in good old everything will be ready for business in picnic style, in the shade of some of th largest oak trees in the neighborhood. sixty days. Rev. J. K. Wlnchell, of Ekron, was at Stephensport Sunday nnd preached Birthday Celebration. Four Weeks to Wait for a Good Time Greater Efforts and Bigger im.v ilKiilW Plans ThaiiE ver are Being1 Made For a Great I I I II D v . w .. I II ii U reckinridge County Fair Hardinsburg, Kentucky Make Your Plans Now and Invite Your Guests to Come AUGUST I ph U 18, 19, , 20, 1914 Splendid Display of Fine Stock Positively the Best Line of at-in Show Rings. Races of the tractions Ever Offered by any Fastest Kinds. Fair. Special Notice to the Young Women Send us some of your needle work for Floral Hall. There are many gifted young girls in the county and we Sir want their work to inspire others. Let us have a piece of your embroidery or some of yourculinary accomplishments o 1 1 o jj G V. ROBERTSON President )F J. .Ifoir. ED. DILLON Secretary io, 51 51fS5f BASE BALL Breckinridge County The Season-Bro- wn rotic What Every WoAt Of -- io. ioc New Commandments. ioeS1I im. Boys Hartford Play Best Game In Lime Light. And Ditto man Wants for Herself is Sterl- ing Silver A A On Saturday afternoon at Kast End of the season to date was slaved between Hartford and Hardinsburg. This was the deciding contest of a series of three and conse juent!y the interest of the local fans was at fever heat. The Krecklnridge county boy well upheld their reputa' tion for skill and sportsmanship. Rick ard and lilankensliip did slab duty for the Magnates, while Ilrown and Ditto occupied the lime light for the visitors. Kickard got off to a slow but as soon as he got to going good he had the edge on his opponents all the rest of the way. Vig Morton umpired his usual Good came. The game was very fast throughout and was a seesaw affair up to the crucial frame. Defeat for the locals was staved off in the ninth only by ltickard's classy triple and singles by Cuudiff and Johnson. Then after the well matched teams had battled through two extra rounds of big leaguo ball, our old reliable twirler "gentleman of the and diamond" won his own game when he was safe at first on a pretty bingle to cer.ter and scored as a result of Plum-iner'- s hit between left and center and CundifT's successful bunt down the Park the best name Card Case Church Ptirse Purse belle Moorman. Mr and Mrs. Percy Macy were Sunday guests of Mrs. Macy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton, of West View Mrs. V D. Hunter and children, of Slestan, Mo., are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs HenrySkillman, near West View. Mrs. W. T. Gregory and daughter, Mrs. H. B. Moorman, spent Wednesday with Mrs Lon Smith and daughter, Miss Maude Smith, of Hardins- 1. Thou shalt not wait for something to turn up, but thou shalt pull off thy coat and go to work that thou may-es- t prosper in thy affairs and make the word "failure" spell "success." 2. Thou shalt not be content to go about thy business looking like a loaf- For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay or straw. Mc-Cormack A Coin A Vanity Case A Fan Chain A Pocket-hoo- k Hat Pins Beautiful line (if gifts Summer occasions for burg. W. Ii. Hennlnger, of Westview, went to Glen Dean Thursday night to be the guest of Miss Corene Moorman. Dr. J I;. Mathews and wife were in Louisville Thursday shopping. Miss Emma Gray Is sick. Catherine, the eleven year old daughter, of Rev. O. K. Floyd, of Kingswood, died Thursday of appendicitis. She was taken to her old home at Science Hill for burial Friday morning. Miss Ora Block is here spending the week with her sitter, Mrs. Wilbur Pile. Miss Ada Gray is visiting near I). 11. Smith, of Garlleld, Monday. was here ls T. C. LEWIS. JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky nd third base line. SCO KM. InningH I Hartford i :i 1 r, 6789 10 II Mrs. Oiler, of Irvlngton, and Miss Gladys Miller are visiting their sister, Mrs. N. C. Webster. Miss Lela Stewart, of Webster, is R II E the guest of Miss Isabelle Moorman 1 Ilardinuburg ao (i 003100U02 o ii 0 17 1 5 7 this week. Dr. J. H. Mathews has purchased a pasiuuger Kord machine of T. J. Hook. l'rof. John Watts ar.d wife returned Friday to their homo at Kingswood, after spending their vacation with h's parents at Nlcholasville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Miller and sons, Moorman and Ilager, of near ICIrk, visited Mrs. .Miller's sister, Mrs. Kthel Moorman, last week and attended the camp meeting. Miss Bessie B. Woatherford has returned home after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. U. Payne at five :m -- o I oo 6 Hartfoid Herald. Strange After All. feu nidi think it strange that so n uy ptople aie cured of btoiuach t iblo ly Chamberlain's Tablets. You w.iuld not, however, if you should give Hhui aJrjaL They strengthen ami llio stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Mrs. Iud., writes, Rosie Wish, Wabash, "Nothing did me tlio least good until I began using Chamberlain's Tablets. It Is decidedly the best medicine for Clarkson. stomach trouble I have ever used. For Kline RoburUun, of I.odlburg, was sale by all dealers. here Saturday the guest of Miss Im- Not $ For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for blow it for him. u. mou snail not nesitate to say emergencies. "no" when thou meaneth "no," nor shalt thou fail to remember that there are times when it is unsafe to bind thy- seif by a hasty judgment. . .... n I. iu. 1 nou snan give every man a Ily virtue of a judgement, No. 828 di- square deal. This is the last and great rected to me, which issued from the commandment, and there is no other Quarterly Court in favor of 15. II. Ogles-b- y like unto it. Upon this commandment against Dr. I'., I,. I.ightfoot, I or one hang all the laws and profits of the of mv deputies, will, on Wednesday the business world. uth day of August, 1914 between the O. K.'dC'opy. hours of 2 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock One way to remove habitual constiI'. M., at Cloverport exjxise to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following pation is to take regularly a mild laxadescribed property, or so much thereof tive. Doan's liegulets are recommend2.') c a box at all us may be necessary to satufy plaintiff's ed for this purpose. drug stores. debt, interest ami costs er for thou shouldest know thy personal appearance is better than a letter of recommendation. 3. Thou shalt not try to make excuses, nor shalt thou say to those who chide thee. "I didn't think." 4 Thou shalt not wait to be told what thou shalt do, nor in what man ner thou shalt.do It, for thus may thy days be long in the job which fortune hath given thee. .I. Thou shalt not fail to maintain thine own integrity, nor shalt thou be guilty of anything that will lessen thy good respect for thyself. (i. Thou shalt not covet the other fellow's job, nor his salary, nor the position that he .latli gained by his own hard labor. 7. Thou shalt not fail to live within thy income, nor shalt thou contract any debts when thou canst not see thy way clear to pay them. 8. Thou shalt not be afraid to blow thine own horn, for he Who failest to blow his own horn at the proper occa sion nndest nobody standing ready to P. M. BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. KEEPS YOUR HOME FRESH ?V CLEAM a Combination Pneumatic Sweeper g, DUNTLEY Sweeper cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks up pins, lint, ravelings, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its ease makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches even the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity of moving and lifting all heavy furniture. The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or Swiftly-SweepinEasy-Runni- ng HTHIS SHRIFPS8ALE! 1 tne uanger ot llying mall, can enjoy relief from Uroom drudgery and protection from uut Dtintley is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers 1 Has the combination of the Fneumatic Suction Nozzle and revolving llnh. Very easily operated and absolutely guar- antecd. In biu'if a Vacuum Cleaner, why not give tne "uunticy ai in your home at our expense? Write toil.:; full particulars flur.nioJrrAHir.u: OHIOAGO commit, esot s. hue sr.. t: One Hay Stallion, four years old. Approximate debt, interest mid costs $110. 77 levied upon ns the property of Dr. I'. I I.iglitfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 3 mouths, bond witli approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 percent, er annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. A. T. Heard, S, 11. C. Hy W. C. I'nte, 1), S. Can't Miss find An Issue. Gibson has a Mr. Uabbage: Unclosed you will home of Mr. and Mrs W. H. Gibson, f0 cents for which please send me of Irvington. The name Is very approthe News. I wanted to get my sub priate on account of the clusters and scription in early so I won't miss a copy. ' groves of oaks dotted around on the I couldn't be without the News. Yours farm, especially in and around the truly, Cliff Pavls, lrvliigtou, Ky. yard where there are two grown together. The summer shade Is entirely "Twin Oaks" At Irvington. from the oaks. To carry out the great ' Twin Oaks" is the name of the ost characteristic of the place, Mrs. I butter mold with two 01 leaves and two acorns w How to Cure a Sprain. sprain may be cured In about one- third the time required by the usual treatment by applying Chamberlaa A witu eacn Dome, ers. sale by all deal t CLOVERPORT MAN'S FIND Of T la.... nrm mnliv nlpnsnnt ttllllCfl. As many pleasant tones, For those who itwell by cottage hearths Will ihnse who sit oil thrones. Phoebe Cary. .. I'le&se JUCKY Interest Readers son Co. arc visiting M. Critcheloc. Miss Florence Rhodes left Saturday to begin her school at Hickory Kick. Mis Nellie HnfTcy returned to Cloverport, Wednesday, after visit near 11 PUREST ONLY GOOD.WHEAT SWEETEST SCIENTIFICALLY BEST Bob White MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR The News. Those havlnir the misfortune to sufi.i iKc wunnin Mi iiurv tor me cut- - fer from backache, urinary disorders, gravel, dropsical swellinBSrheumatle respondent. pains, or other kidney and bladder Altera visit to Mrs. Clarence Lewis, disorders, will read witti gratification Frances Funk this encouraging statemen. by a Clo. ro t verport man. "and Willie Lee Foushee, ol lvKron, J. C Weatherholt, grocer, Cloverhome. port, Ky., says: "Two vears ago I had have returned to their little Idea that I would ever be well The following young people from again I had settled up rnv affairs, beby tht lieving that it would be impossible for here attended ft lawn fete given young people of Glen Dean: Miss me to last a great while longer. The pain In my back was terrible, espeLouise Mootman, Messrs. M. H. Klnch-elocially when I stooped. It teemed as if Prances Dillon, Franklin Beard someone had run a knife into me. My and William Evans. heart action was irregular. I became of had to araham Eskrldge, of Washington, is dizzy and oftenkeep fromcatch hold My falling something to here to spend his vacation with hts knee joints were swollen to twice their mother, Mrs. Addle K. Eskridge. normal sire and I had lost weight unkidney McCreary Mercer, of Henderson, has til I was a mere skeleton. The secretions contained sediment and the his annual visit to his grand, passages were painful. Doctors' mediarrived for father, ludge Mercer. cine did me no good, neither did the kidney cures. A friend had t n. t?in.,H r:niintt ami airs, uniiaii by Doan's Kidney have gone to Plalnsvllle, Ind., for a been curedto give them a trial,Pills and procurI decided month's visit to relatives. ing my supply at Fisher's Drug Store typhoid I was surprised and delighted with the Miss Bessie Watllngton has results of their use I was soon cured " fever at her home In Park Addition. Price 00s, at ail dealers. Don't simSupt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent ply ask for a kidney remedy get spent Saturday and Sunday at their Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Weatherholt had. Foster-Mllbur- n farm near Custer. Co , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Fisher. Charlie Miller and Fred Jolly, of came home to vote and spent Miss Aunstasia Maltingly and llro. In Memory of Charlie Rogers. several days with relatives. Hlza were guests of Miss Francis Kbixlcs, Sunday. Miss Susie Thomas Payne, of Irving-toHow hard it was to give him up, has been the guest of her grandDr. Layton is doing dental work here loving boy; That gentle mother, Mrs. Mary U. Heston. this week. To drink of sorrow's bitter cup, J. Raleigh Meador, of Cloverport, Guy Hart is building more to bis store, And lose all earthly joy, was in town Saturday. 011 the corner and will move into it soon. lay upon How long and patiectly he Mrs. S. A. Pate and sons, of Mr. and Mrs. Con Maltingly and chil his bed of pain, are the guests of her mother, Until the voice of angels called him dren near Kirk spent Saturday night Mrs. Margaret May. with her mother Mrs Win. Storms. from his earthly pain. Mrs. J. K. Miller, of Cloverport, Is Will Rhodes is building a nice big Weep not oh, father, mother dear. visiting Mrs. Cal Heudrick, Jr. bam on his place. boy has gone to heaven, Your . U. .,...11 for r raiucak nnan.i. t(r K.nnrdav And very soou you will meet hire Cincinnati, after a two weeks visit to Who Can Doubt Sworn Testi Upon that bright and happy shore. Wftf parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Gentle brother and sister, do not weep, Haswell. mony Of Honest Citizens It was the voice of God! Mrs. Vera Jarboe and daughters, Han-ra- h you fall asleep, And when at last Misses Agnes and Luclle, Misses Vou will go to him in God. and Katie Jarboe, of Kirk, spent Some time ago I began the use of last week in the country with Mr. and Loving friends and schoolmates cease your Swamp Hoot with the most re Mrs. Will Jarboe. to weep, markable results. For years I was alRobert Jarboe, of Enid, Okla., Is He is now in that fair realm above the most a wreck and was a great sufferer. skys; The doctors who treated me made me visiting his uncle, Lon Jarboe, at Kirk. Raymond Dowell spent The one you have laid to rest is now believe that my great sullerlngs were Mr. and Mrs. where all Is bright and fair. due to female trouble I was so bad at Sunday at Oarfield with relatives. Marie Baum, a Schoolmate. times I would faint away and bad sink Missionary will The Baptist Woman's ing spells. Finally a new doctor was meet at the church Saturday afternoon disfiguring Most skin eruptions, called in and he said that I had kidney is reat 3 o'cbclc A full attendance scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc , are trouble and gave mc medicine, of quested, as this is the last meeting be- dun to impure blood. Burdock Blood which I took several bottles 1 obtained fore the Association. This society will Bitters as a cleansing blood tonic, Is some relief from this but I was getting during the give an ice cream supper $1 00 at all stores. well recommended. weaker all the time; I could not sleep Institute. and suffered so much pain that my A)Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Massey and Farewell Party For Misses husband and children had to lift me in Louisville, spent the week Ifiildren, of and out of bed. After this time two Bryant And French friends sent me word to try Swamp end with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Evans. Miss Catherine Floyd, of Kingswood, Root, which I did, and I am glad to died Thursday of last week at her home Lodlburg, Ky., July 3O. (Special) state that the first dose gave me great after an operation for appendicitis. Beautiful was the lawn party given by relief. After taking the third dose Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Beard entertained Miss Leota Grant, Tuesday afternoon was helped into bed and slept half of for six o'clock dinner last Thursday In honor of her house guests Miss I.u-l- a the night. I took several bottles of Swamp Root Bryant, of Brandenburg, and Miss Rev. M. L. Dyer. Mrs. Dyer and Miss Louise French, of Louisville. Those and I feel that I owe my life to this Elnor Ray Dyer. C. V. Robertson has gone to Missouri present beside the honor guests were wonderful remedy. The two family Miss Gola Grant, of Colorado Springs, doctors said that I could not live three s on a business Misses Marie Horton and Blanch Shi months. would have to be helped in opened her deler; Messrs Willie and Paul Grant, and out of bed ten to twenty Ruth Chambliss times evschool at Mook Monday. This is Miss Guy Bryant and Ernest Hoy. The af ery night. After taking Dr. Kilmer's Cbambllss' first terra as teacher. ternoon was enjoyed by games and Swamp Hoot for two days I was enMiss Harl. of Rock Vale, and Mr. music. At 3 o'clock delicious refresh tirely free from getting up and could Hazelwopd, of Hartford, were married ments were served, he tables were sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, last Wednesday at the Commercial beautifully decorated In ferns and Tunnelton, V. Va. Hotel. Rev. S. K. Hunt performed pansies. Mrs. C. C. Grant and Mrs. C. A. Norton served. At. the close of the ' Personally appeared before me, this the ceremony. party Miss Gola Grant was bidden 11th day of September. 1009, Mrs. I) K. . .. A w Misses aarali uean aiuunuiiii for her Hileman,' who subscribed the above goodby, and left Weduesday Dean, were home In Colorado. Karen Moorman, of Glen statement and made oath that the same in town shopping Wednesday. is true in substance and in fact. The Twenty Year Test. JOSKI'It A. MIIXKR, Mrs. N. H. Hook and daughter, of Notary Public. Beechraont, are the guests of Mrs. Gus "Some twenty years ago I used Shellman at the Commercial Hotel. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar Letters to Dr. Kilmer The Teachers' Institute will meet rboea Remedy." writes Gea. V. Brock, Illnghamton. & Co. N. Y. August 31st. Prof. Williams, Supt. of publisher of the Enterprise, Aberdeen, High School, with the Md. "I discovered that It was a quick the County Will Do For You Prove What Swamp-Roo- t sistance of a primary teacher, will be and safe cure for diarrhoea. Since Send ten cents to then no one can sell me anything said Binghamtun, N. Y. , Dr. Kilmer & Co., the Instructors. for a sample size You Louisville, is Miss to be 'just as good.' During all these bottle. It will convince anyone. Miss Howard, of years I have used it and recommended will also receive a booklet of valuable Beard's guett. Judith it many times, and it has never disap- Information, telling about the kidneys Miss Ruby Esterle, of Louisville, ar- pointed anyone.'' For sale by all deal and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. rived Tuesday for a visit to her cousins, ers. t size Regular and Mesdames J. H. Pile and A. M. Klnch- bottles tor sale at all drug stores. e, n, Hop-klnsvil1 trip-Mis1 fifty-cenone-doll- . write . our news items o.i u iv.. Mrs. N. 11 fjuiggins mid children, Coriuc, Maurice and Agnes returned to their home nt Cloverport, Wednesday, after a short visit toiler p.irrnts Mr and Mrs. John Rhodes. Mrs. Mat Jarboe is better. Philip Rhodes lias purchased u nice new buggy from Shccrnn and Co. Win. Jarboe who has been in bad health for a year Is no better. Mr. Fred Cannon and family who have been nt the Tar Springs two weeks returned home Thrrsday Mr. Win. Critcheloc and brother went to see their uncle Mr. Critrheloe near Lcitchficld Saturday, who is not expec ted to live. Father Odeiidhal was in Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. Sue Payne and son, Guy ltotilds, who have lieen visiting Mr. Chas I ton his, returned to their home at Kuottsvillc, Thursday accompanied by her granddaughter, Miss Agnes lloulds, of Atel. Mr. F.inuictt Crenshaw, of Cloverport, was the guest of Philip Rhodes Tuesday night and returned home Thursday accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Frank Hinton, of Axtcl. Mrs. Ivlya Moore and children are spending this week with her mother near Extra Fancy Self Rising Snow Drift, First Patent Snow Drift Hour is made under cleanlv and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY Pl'RK and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG IV WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON I11VM IT! A UWOl, III' b lllilll Ult J WJl MVIIV I1UI llOt III LHardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. . Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us Mary Haynes, and sou Chester, Mis-e- s Mary McCoy, Messrs. Milton Ilashaui, Taylor Dowell, Mrs. I.ucy Haynes, .Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Haynes, and Rev. C. I.. IlruitiKton, Mr. ami Mrs. Oeorjje Cray, of Owens-borhave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pate. .Mrs. ('.id llutler who lias been with her sou Kra llutler. near l.oeust Hill for two weeks lias returned to her home at Ctislou. Kra llutler is ery low with Typhoid fever. Mrs. Sim l'ayne, of Irvinntou is with bei sister Mrs, Harry Kennedy who is still very low. Mr. IC.ra Dowell visited his hiece Mrs Mary l.cGrnud Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ilashaui were visitors of Mr. and .Mrs. V. I). ltasbain Sunday. Miss Nell Casbmait attended the funeral of Miss Mattie Milliner at Union H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Climb. Phone 18. Residence Hartlinsburg, i hellmon Haute ::: Kentucky Office a Over Farmers Bank Star Saturday. Rev C. I Itrtiiiigton tilled his regular appointment here Sunday. This is his last appointment for the year. Several from here will attend Presbytery which will meet at Haynesville. Among the number whose- names we have are Mr. Austin I.eOraud, Mrs Steve Haynes and Misses Martha and Mary Aim Harued. Miss Carrie Cone, is visiting theMUses Maltingly this week. D. II. F nihil who has a contract for getting out timbers' for the (Soverninent Dam at West I'oint, has two saw mills running full time and is running about twenty teams The saw mills are located near Duncan's valley, the lumber is being hauled here where it is being planed and msile ready for shipment. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Moorman and baby Mary l.ouise, were guests of re'atives here Sunday. IsEellcioMsIySmoofh i The real test of quality in a drink lies inits smoothness. You wiii be struck with tKia characteristic of Par-fa- y as you take the first sip. You will find a richness, a mellow smoothness that is Parfay's own. satisfying, it is refreshing smooth. Parfay is good, it is and it is wonderfully mellow and Here. There. Everywhere. At Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Glove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properticsof QUININI5 and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the ltlood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. founts Pjp or Bottled 1,740 People in Breckenridge Who Cannot Read. These Good Dealers Sell Parfay Gibson's Confectionery of Allen Kingsbury Persistency in Advertising. One stroke of a bell In u thick fog does not give any lasting impression of its location, but when followed by re- Memorial Notice. w . uuui M wtoi n . f Ufnrrt nnrl attended the funeral of Miss daughters Mattle Milner at Union Star Saturday. Miss Louise Moorman has gone to Dawson Springs to spend a two weeks vacation. ABr. " Memorials are Inserted In the Breck enridge News at the rate of 5 cents pi r line. Please do not ask us to publish them without charge. John D. Bab, bage. wase ui i.. vihwiuh. The case of L. L. Cantelou, Claren- don, Texas, Is similar to that of many Kinvn liftml Chamherlain's The picnic and ice cream supper at T...W ' UVUCIB ufhn Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Long Lick was (juite a success and sevHe says, "After trying a doctor for eral from a distance attended. . . .ml nalnrr illffprpnr i Miss Gertrude Hinton.of Kirk, has re 1 He McDAlLS. turned home after a visit, to Miss Sue haan troubled with severe bowel com Rhodes. plaint for several months, I bought a Miss Suda White, of Grayson, has re Colic, t5c oottle of Chamberlain's home after a visit to Miss Ithea Remedy. After turned Cholera and Diarrhoea Critchelow. using the second bottle she was entire Miss Kinily Wheatley, of Kvausvillc, s ly curd." For sale by all dealers. is the guest of Miss Pearl Wheatley. Mr. and Mrs. N. Robinson and children, Mary and William, of Duff, Oruy- - Subscribe Today Kentucky has 'J0S.0S4 men and women, according to the last report of the United States Census Hureait, who can not lead and write. Valuable material going to waste, sood people, but in a state of mental ilarkue.sj. Hreeken-ridg- e county has 1.740 of these unfortunates. A movement Is on foot to give these people a chance like the grown people of Rowan county had In their moonlight schools. In that county, men and women past eighty years Miss Delia Kin- - of age learned in a few weeks to read Russel Comptou and illitercheloe were the guests of Mr, and Mrs, and write. Only twenty-threates were left in that county, though I. II. Richardson Sunday. 1,1.12 when the moonlight Mr. and Mrs. lien llruiugtoii, from the there were A visitors schools began three years ago. neighborhood, were Freedom number of Kentucky teachers have here Sunday. taken ;p the movement, and moonMiss Ruth I lamed left for her school light schools are belug conducted in a Sunday. She will teach the Robbin's number of counties in the State. This is her first venture in School. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commission teaching, and the well wishes of her has opened headquarters in the new friends will follow her. many State Capital at Frankfort, und will Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Morris and baby, gladly give Information or liid assistKay, visited Mrs. Harry Kennedy Satur- ance to any who are interested in day. stamping out Illiteracy from Kentucky, The trustee election held here Satur- either in moonlight schools or by inof Mr. 1. structing individuals in their homes day resulted in the II. Richardson. The Commission Is composed of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Houston I.eeGraud en- Cora Wilson Stewart, President; l)r , tertained the following guests for dinner G Crabbe, Secretary nnd Treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mercer Hon. Uarksdale Huuilett, President H, Sunday: H. Cherry nnd Miss Kil l Lewis. None these men or women are to be paid for their services. Can we not lend them a hand? It is our Kentucky as well ns their Kentucky. Let us wipe illiteracy out of Kentucky by 1U"J0, when the next census is taken. Itchine piles provoke profanity but Doan's profanity won't remove them. Ointment Is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any druc store. peated strokes at regular intervals the densest foe or the darkest night cannot long conceal its whereabouts. Likewise a single insertion of an advertisement as compared with regular and systematic advertising is in Its effect not unlike a sound which, heard but faintly once, is lost In space and soon forgot. Printing Art. Corn Old Sores, Older Remedies Woo't Con The worst caee. no matter of how long Handing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'orler'a Antlarplie Healing Oil. It rclierea 1'aiu and ltrula at the ume time. 2c, Vk, J L00. Miss Hawkins Returns Home. Miss Emma Hawkins, who has been tlje pleasant visitor of the Misses Waggoner at their beautiful home nrnr Hlte's Kun, returned to her home in Owensboro Sunday, While there they were delightfully entertained to diontt Chapln, Mrs. John by Mrs. I). K lllvthe ami Mrs. Richard Hawkins. Itsile-mntk The News Like a Letter From Home. $1 Dear Mr. Habbage: l'ind enclosed for which please send mo the News for one year, as it is just like a letter How To Give Quinine to Children. from home, I went to California luft name given to mi full, but got so homesick I could not l'KMKIUNH 1' the tutproveil Uuiiiiue. It U Taklclesi Syrup, rlt-oto tuke inj iloe not dUturb the itomicb. stay out there any longer, so I came Children lake It ami never kuow it U Qufnlnr. back to old Oklahoma to live and die. AUo ettiecially oilapteO to ailulta who cauu .it Ule ordinary Quinine. Doe not nauaeate nor I'lease send paper to the address bo runic nervouiucta uor rlnulne In the head. Try low, 102 South Lawton, Tulia, Okla. , it the next time you ueeil QnTulue lor any pur poie. Aak (or 2 nince oii(jnr.l lMckace. The Mrs. L. W. Adklson. bottle, ii ctuta. uauie FtiUKIUMI ' Wuwu THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, Wo call attention to the text book Uw published in this is9ue. will bo of interest to all thoso who buy school books this fall. L It JNO. D. BABBAGK, Editor and Publisher THE PRU, NOjBAI 7 HE CONSULTS U. AUGUST 5, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c. per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES chnrged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money Advance. in Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. THE COST OF WAR. statistician of the University of Paris, Dr. Charles Richet. estimates that the cost of war among the nations composing r the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente would exceed million dollars u day, without reference to the loss of life or the paralysis of industry and productive enterprise. He assumes that twenty million men would be called to arms, of whom at least half would be actively engnged. On this basis, his detailed figures are presented in the New York Herald as follows: Provisions of troops $12,500,000 Feeding of horses 1,000,000 Pay 4,'.'50,000 1,000,000 Waes, arsenals and harbors ... Mobilization 2j000,000 Transportation 4,000,000 Ammunition 4,000,000 Infantry. A Miss Susfe Thomas Payne 1ms returned from n visit to Ml.ss Virginia Walker, of llnrtflnsburg. Henry Simmons, of Globe, 'Arizona, has been vlsllln his aunt, Mrs. Addle Drown. Mrs. K. N. Crider ami dauKhter left Saturday for Glen Dean. Mr and Mrs. Frank Macey, of Mt. Vernon, 111., arc here visiting friends. John Drury, of Sherman, Texas, arrived Thursday to visit his sister, Mrs. K. li. McGlothlau. of Webster, Mrs. Cliff Haddock, spent Thursday with Mrs. Larue Cox. Joe I'iKgott, of ltdrboursvllle, fs vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.J.J famous Plggott. Yeakel, of Louisville, arrive Friday to be the guest of Miss Mary Alexander. Mrs. Julius Sipptl was hostess to the Housekeepers' League Thursday after Mlsj Mildred will fifty-fou- : noon. Miss lillza I'lggott has for her guests .Miss Betsy Moorman, of Glen Dean, and MhB Klizabutll W'jods, of Louis vllle. R L. Morgan and family have moved intP the cottage recently vacated by Prof. C. A. Tanner. Mrs. CD tschke, of Louisville, spent Friday with Mrs. Matt Payne. Mrs. Perry Weaver, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. liate ' Artillery Shin artillcrv Fitting out of armies Ambulance service ... Movement of ships Deficit in taxes Support of population without means Damages to towns, bridges, etc . . 1.250,000 :$7fl,000 gone two weeks. James Drury. of Louisville, was iu town last week. Misj Cornelia Wortham, of Louis... ville, will arrive Kriduy to visit Miss Elizabeth Crider. Mrs. Phillip Taylor anil Edward Taylor have returned to liodgeiiville, alter $54,125,000 Total .. visit to Dr. W. H Tuyior. Fifty-fou- r million dollars a day taken from creative industries a Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Asnoiatt have and Hung into destructive combat would be a staggering drain upon for their guests Mrs. K.i.ni aud chilthe Old World nations. Vet. that sum would represent a small dren, of fraction of the tragic total los that would be entailed. The cost of Mrs. Newsom Gardner has returned mooiliing and provisioning troops, of equipping nrmie and moving home from a visit to her parents ut . 4,000,000 Washington. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles left Mondaj for Galveston, Ttxas. They will be Miss I.ttcy Kennedy, of Garfield, visi ted her cousin, Mrs. Grayson Payne last week. Mrs Ilcttic Norton, of near Hardins burg, who 1ms been the guest of Mrs A. M. Hardin and other friends here for the past two months, returned home last Sunday. Mrs. I'M Uohcrtson, of Irvingtou, was the week end guest of her sister Mrs. Will Shcllman, of I'rymirc. Miss Sudie Black, of Addison, was the guest of friends at Frymire last week. Mrs. Kmmet Cashnmit, of Brazil, Intl., is the guest of Mrs. Henry Caslunan, of Raymond, this week. Miss Kitty Miller commenced school at Webster last Monday, and Miss Essie Matthews at Walnut Grove. Frederick Dieckmau, of Rome, Ind., was the week end guest of his aunts Mrs. Jess Payne and Mrs. Carlt Payne. Henry Simmons, of Colorado and Charlie Simmons, of California, were the guests of their father Tab Simmons, of Webster, last week. Mrs. Forest Vanmcter, of Louisville, Is the guest of her Uncle's family, Mr. and Mrs, Will Head this week. Mrs. Georgia Claycomb, Miss Pantile Orcnduff, Forest and David Claycomb, Mr and Mrs. Jas. Kurt, of Webster, Mrs. Nell Dieckmau, of Rome, Ind., Mrs. Oma Duijati, mid two daughters, Leonora and Ttfciir, of Oklahoma, Clar ence PnYllc and children, Mrs. Ann I'ayne, of Mystic, and Miss Ruby Payne, were the dinner' guests of Mrs. Charlie Payne last Sunday. The owners of large estates show that they are "prudent men" by placing them in the hands of a Trust Gompany! Why? Because these owners KNOW that a Trust Gompany is BEST QUALIFED for the work; because EVERY .PENNY will be accounted for; because CAPABLE business men are in charge; because it will be handled more economically; because we are pc.KiviAiNt.iN i . uonsuit us about your investments. Perhaps we can steer you away from a bad one. Tpfa Resources Including Trust lpestments $600,GOQ I Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. 500,000 500,000 10,000,000 0,750,000 2,000,000 ships, and of supporting populations during the course of actual war would be merely the beginning of debts which could never be measured in money. y beyond The co-- t of wai when fully reckoned goes the lime and scene of conllict, and rests like a killing frost upon the lives of other millions. It crushes industry, and hangs innumerable homes with sorrow. Whatever mav its hours of enthusiasm and glamor, they are followed by years of depression and darknes-.- ; bow-ev- er the battle may glitter, its aftermath - a cloud of wretchedness. Atlanta Journal. inimea-urabl- this Charlie Macy is at, Spotts-ill- e week as the guest of James Willhite Mr. and Mrs., Henry Feltner, of Mys tic, were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. W. II. Argabrlght last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Macy, of Jit, Vernon, Ind., nre the guests of relatives mid friends here this week. Mrs. Sarah Johnson, of Ouensboro, was the week cud guest of her daughter .Mrs. Grayson Payne The I.odiburg and Fryniire Baseball teams played a match game at Frymire last Saturday. The game stood 13 to 8 in favor of Fryniire. Hardinsburg, Ky. Guston. Miss Margaret Connill spent the week end in Louisville. Prof. Herschel Kirk and wife have arrived from Kirksville, and will occupy a cottage on College Avenue. Henry McGhee, who has been vis itinuMr. and Mrs. F. H. McGhee for the past three months, left Monday for South Dakota. 1 For Amateurs Just received a line of Tooth Brushes; bind, soft and medium bristles from 5c to 35c. first-clas- s 1 ii H SKj The Garfield Road. two prizes will lie awaraea August 2W. All amateurs aro W eligible to enter. Don't cost a penny to enter. Utiles gov- uiniug contest iiiaucu io any ouu on icqiic.-u- . gyj THE PRIMARY ELECTION. The returns from the primary last Saturday indicate beyond doubt the nomination of Mr. Beckham for the United States Senate. The result of that election shows one thing very clearly; that the people of Kentucky stand for that which is right and for the principles they believe to be for the best interests of the people of the entire State. Theie was ically no necessity for bringing the whisky question into the tight, as it was a race between two Democrats, but in as much as it was forced into the canvass by thoe allied with the Mr. Beckham had hut one duty to perform to the whisky inteie-tgood people of Kentucky, and that was to meet that question with all the earnestness and sincerity he could command. Mr. Beckham stood mountain of abuse from tho-- e who were opposed to him, because of his views on the Local Option question, but he did not let this waiver him ftom hi plain line of duty. He met every issue fairly and squarely, and went before the people with the facts as thoy really existed. lie lias won the nomination, ami will bo the next Senator from Kentucky. Now that the race is, over, the Democrats of this county have but one duty to perforin in November, and that is foi every man who had a part in the race to go to the polls and vote for .1. C. W. Beckham. It is no longer a loc.il question, calling tor individual opinion, but it is a party question, appealing to the Democrat" everywheie to stand by their nominee. This duty on the pint of Democrats is not confined alone to .Mr. Beckham. Thoio aro othor candidates who were nominated last Saturday that command our attention, and our plain duty in November is to see that not a one is left out. s, ludire Dowell reports some line work on the Hardinsburg and Garfield road and it is now 111 fine shape for traveling The work was done by the farmers living on the road, all joining iu, giving their time and labor free. All the bad places and hills . have been made passable. The . roao lias oeeu graiieo, inrowu up in me middle, and well drained so the water can get away from it. his work has all J. M. Herndon and children spent been done at a verv small cost to the people that if Sunday with relatives in Brandenburg. countv. This shows enough the go out to want good roads bad Mrs. David Hale and granddaughter, and help build them, they can get them. Elizabeth Owen Hale, spent last week This is a pointer for other roads iu the with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ward near county. town. Pretty Home At West View .i Latest out in box stationery, calling cards, correspondence cards, gold edge and plain, lOo to $1.50 1 We sell all $1.00 size patent Medicine at (i bottles for $5.00; a large stock on hand all the time. Think about this and let Wjr us you. r ft H PI Feed your Hogs, Cows and Horses "SALVET" it will take less feed and tbey will fatten faster. WE WANT YOUR MAIL ORDERS M'.ss Acnes Baskott, daughter of Judge Wm Haskett, of Brandenburg, and James Drury, of Itewley vllle, were married In Jellersonvllle, Ind., Sun Chicago. day. They are popular ,oung people of Owen Higgs, of Louisville, is visiting Meade county. his father, J. U. Biggs. Will Meet Sunday. Misses Ruth Christian, Laura Guedry and Laura Francis Palmer, of Ekron, The Junior Division of the Woman's and their guest, little Miss Guedry, of Missionary Society will meet Suuday Paducah, were iu town Tuesday calling afternoon at ' p 111 at the Methodist church. All the chilihen invited. on triends Prof. C. A. Tanner and family left Meeting at Harned. Saturday for their new home at TrenThe Harned Banllst Missionary So ton, Ky. the church J. L. Henry, R. L. Lyon and Mrs. J ciety will meet at 15, atBaptist m, Ev'J p. Saturday, August T. Mattingly arrived home trom Char- - erybody cordially Invited to comu and don, Ohio, Thursday. take part and make these meetings in Master Alton Witt, of Frankfort, is terestlng. the guest of Alton Marshall. Mr. Blanford Hurt. Elmer Ward, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. uverun uiantord, wnne uracginir logs last week, got badly hurt. A log M. H. Ward. him on the two Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon left struck with a severeankle and broke con Our old friend, Bate Washington, was 7!) years old one day last Monday ror a visit to Mrs. John Wal bones to his bed, but sprain. He Is fined is getting along nicely. week. Ho does not wear white socks, low-cu- t shoes and a belt, but ler, of tfopkinsville. he is a mighty spry old young man. His name has been on The Breckenridgo News' list thirty-eigh- t years, and we take it as a great Election Result in Breckinridge County privilege and a high honor to be a welcome visitor to his home every week for more than a quarter of a century. We cherish the homes Republican Ticket Democratic Ticket Prog. in our county that have been friends and patrons to us so long, and Cong. Short Term Full Term Fall Um Full Term 5hir T 'For Cong. we aro glad to number others whose names have been on our list for rI'ltKOINCTS the same length of timo as the name of our good friend, Mr. Mrs. Ermine Munford, of Tulsa, Okla., has Deen called to the bedside of her sister. Miss Ellen Munford, who has been ill for several weeks. The social meeting of the W. P. M. of the M. E. church, met Tuesday with Mrs. J. M. Herndon. J.C. Payne, cashier of First State Hank, is off for a two weeks vacation. He will visit his brother, Will Payne, in "Poplar Flat Farm" is the name of the place owned byO. A.Brown & Bro situated near West View and five miles south of Kirk. The farm is rich with poplar timber u'ul was formerly owned by their lather, 31 r. V. W. Ilrown. Baskett-Drury. 1 H Kincheloe's Pharmacy The Quality Store Hardinsburg, Ky. For Sale One i i i frame dwelling with all modern on High street, iu Cloverport, Ky in good locality and at a bargain. I'art cash, balance cottage on on eay payments. Also one Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easy terms. two-tory Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnish-.eand Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. s Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky -j m t 7 ? &. "i 1 p 5 & 8 u u . i- 2 I -- i i s s g i s a 311 I Js All the world is now deeply concerned over the European war. .Fortunate is the United States, as we are at pe ice with all the na- llurtilusbnri; No. no. tions. President Wilson having averted war with Mexico during the llurUlusourK No. llHrillusliuri; Ilurdlii.tiur No. No, last eighteen mouths, we are safe and sound linanciullv. Our turill No. 8. has been reconstructed and our liiiancial svstem reorganized. In Cluvcruort No. 3 Olovt riKJtt lluiltown these dark days of Europe wo have a great deal to b thankful for, l'u cm HUr and wo aro all glad to la: under the American fl.ig in our 'own coun Moolvyvlllo Webster IrvlimUjn try of good fortune. Ulovt-rpor- z i 1 - i i i i t t III U i a I 1 Vi 1 II :w 31 11 14 31 IJ in 40 13 3 ltt so X 14 -I II 10 3 103 a 0.1 UN 1 id 4 31 I I i' IS t 1 2 lis 73 2 1 ii I 4 M L'll i 17 ii li 11 . id. I) :a 40 7t! ID 5 4 I s I !!0 15 i :o: a i 7' (V 1 i 41 7 23 Ii2 15 II 40 Ml 3 . 3 31 It 12 2 1 II . As hot and dry as it win last Friday T. li. He.idersun, Webster, Uiutur. Hudson out iu an old Held eutt'ng i)iih-.- and filling up the gul'oys nnd McTiuniei washed pluces. This is what we call energy applied in the right i!J$yui" I)1omi. place and at the right time. Wuteli tint TOTA IM . Iltiwltty villi! Ill spring O 2 10 31 2 4!i 135 21 M &.'! Ih 211 4.'i 20 1 3 2 1 15 I lib li i 111 2 2 SI 27 25 31 2!i 2 3 S 31 23, 37 6 li 2!' 4 31 IJ 12 I'll 21 21 3l 3 2 K . L'll I 21 4(1 14 72 31 li'. Is 12 3 I . . i ! 4 I 10 :cs S3 7 10 Kl .it 7. Hi 13 a u . ........ 1 u S 2 I :l 41 13 2!) HI... . iu Si.. .. 1 i .. ii11 .. . 1 3 a, 2 I 401 12 1 2 3. I 1 .3 U2 H 3 bl 104 is 13 47 32 3 20 I t 14 15 13 X U U1S 15, ( 12, 2 3 I . . 1 DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... 12 111 21 t 211 II It) II 13 1(1 3d IT1- 4 6 12 15 51 II l 2 1 4 wuh s 3! s 7 32 : IU a ill ii 30 47 4 2i i 21). 107 II 21 27 II M Hi) 20 i 22 5 17 7 i: 11 33 4 .5 3 10 J 1 1 q 4 2 10 u id h 21 II I t DENTIST Off Ira VIIIVV 33 U I Y II 1 2 ' I Ui u3"l 2 W 071 1771 32U 24T "iCjl 3 kll 34 1 702T"l T7i iTT Fs Unnro' 8iu ui.Uo.12m. iivuivi i P. IU. tO - HI. I & V- Alwity Id office duriut; office hour ItilflgtH, Ky. K6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUG. fi.i 4 i fi, 1914 ICj a. For Sale attred at thol'ostomiceatUlotcrport. secoud elms matter rrilS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY THE nts t ! Advertisers ili'ae notlfv tlir editor whciiymi wmit ailvvrtiM-im-ndlsiMnitlnuect. NiiTtv FOREIGN Chickens. limit. r?iitUtTit Iliirilliisliuru. Ky prli'iw a fuw 11 I'lillrtx. (I, GENERAL OFFICES F(Ut SAI.K At nlitl lili'R ltlinilt In W. IIvhiii, ml 1 1 t ."-BRANCHES iwri nnu IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES New Biijrjfy and Harness. New liUKiry mill new Imrni'M, nun sxlcllr. Uiiilnnor wrltu Mrs. Km. ma II. Hkllltniin. Clorrpuri, ICr. For Sale pOltSAI.lv ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 111. I.I. I.I. 1 .l.- -I tUTEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Office for County Offices 2.50 6.00 Hprl'-I I it Small Farm ull COIl rirm. t.1 newt. I mll I cast of lliinllnsliurir: line Improvements Plenty of Una trult nnil go.nl. ever IiisMnit HAf.K-Hm- For Sale rl !) neiir Inline.- - Apply to M, N. Itolit.lns, I i rtc. Ky. for State and District Offices For Calls, per line For Cards, per line Far All Publications in tbe inter-eof individuals or expression of individual views per line f 15.00 10 10 st For Sale Butcher Shop. COIt SAI.K- - llutolier fhop. IKtnres, lee I ox mid tools, lien stand In t nv. Appy to Miller & lllaek. ' Here is a list of articles that every school child will need and there is no reason why they should not be equipped when they enter school. The pennies and dimes yoil save in their purchase here soon amount to dollars, and in our annual school sales we've saved many a dollar for the parents of this community. Lend Pencils Slate Pencils Pen Holders Pen Points Crayons School Slutcs Pencil Boxen 1( Dr. Jesse Baucum Itulcrs Pencil Sharpeners Tiipe Measures Composition Hooks Pencil Tulilcts Ink Tablets School Sponges School School Thimbles Siii.-HOi'- PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About Piople al Home and Abroad PHONE No. Ky. I) nice Opposite Oelre's llritu St re 2-- R Dentist Clov;rport, RESIDENT Ink Fountain Pen?) James Sklllman is here from Irving-ton- . V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency New Line of High School Tablets for Pencil or Ink He Sure to get One of Them. party of her friends to Sklllman Sunday where they will be entertained at the country home of tier uncle. W, O. Bailey and son, Everet, of Irvlngton, left Tuesday to visit his brothers and filters at his old home in Lynchburg, Va. Miss Alma Juett McDonald, Frank and J. D. McDonald, of Dixon, Ky., are guests of their aunt, Mis. Frank Mattlnglv, at the Castle. is Miss Ruth Hall, of Louisvilla, spending her vacation at Hardin Grove, Ind., the guest of het4 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gej. Hall. to Owensboro Monday. Mrs. G. A. Pierson and little daughMisses Rosa and Sulma Kippel spent ters, Marian and Erma May, returned in Tobinsport. the week-en- d Saturday to their home In Louisville Mrs. William Hall and daughter, Liz- after spending a week with Mr. and zie, of Webster, are at tbe Pate House. Mrs. J. M. Fitch. Mrs. Frank Ferry visited her mother, Mrs. C. A. Malone, Mrs. H. L. GorMrs. Miller, at StepheLsport Friday. don and little daughter, Florence MaHarold and Marion Hilton, of St. llssa, returned home Saturday after Louis, are spending the summer here having a very pleasant visit with Mr. with relatives. and Mrs Jno. Ridge. Miss Clara Mattingly, of Owensboro. Mrs. John A. Harry and daughter. has returned home after a visit with Miss Maud Barry, left Monday for her sister, Mrs. John Carter. to visit relatives They were Mrs. . M. Fitch and Mts. Pierson accompanied by Miss Rise Barry, who the has been their guest during the last spent Thursday in Owensboro week. guests of Mrs G. E Thompson. Mr. Harry Newsom and daughter, Jesse McCoy, of livansville. Is here Vthe guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Margaret Jabine Newsom, spent Thursday in Louisville the guests of Gld McCoy. Miss Gense Mrs. J. D. Brashear. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Keith anddaugh ter, Francis, of Klizabethtown, are vis Brrfshear und her mother left lor New York Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. iting Mrs. M. E. Keith. Peter Brashear at their home on the Miss Ray Lewis Heberis spending Hudson. this week with Mr and Mrs. Frank Payne- in High street. The Woman's Missionary Society HILL ITEMS. will meet next Monday afternoon at the Methodist church at 3 p. m. I've found some wisdom in my quest, That's richly worth retailing; Missts Cecilia and Emma Hagniant I've learned that one who lives his of Skillman, are the guests of Misses best Cornelia and Lena Mattingly. Need have no fea. of failing. Mrs. John Williams and little daughter, T. Ople Williams, of Myitic, were Klvin Neal, brother of Mrs. I.onnie in Irvlngton Friday shopping. Ray, and Miss Mary Sherrff both of Mr. Chas. White has gone to Mem- Owensboro, were married in Cannelton, phis, Tenu.. to visit his daughter, Mr. Wednesday morning. They were acEdwin Uell and Mr. Hell. companied (o Cannelton by Mr. Ray ami Stuart Babbge has returned home returned with him and remained until from Irvlngton and will open his school Thursday morning, and left for their August 10, near this place. home in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Hanks have re Mrs. John Pauley and daughters Ethel turned to their home in Stephensport and Hortense, of Owcusboio, are with after a visit with their daughter, 'Mrs. Mrs. Noble for a lengthy visit. Jno. Welst nberger. Mrs. Hillory Hardin spent last week Mm. ID. W. Fairleigh nnd daughter, with her sisters the Misses McGavock in Miss Florence Falrltigh, of Louisville, the country. Mrs. Mike Flood has returned to her left Friday for Chautauqua, N. Y., to spend two weeks. home after being with relatives for a Miss 'Virginia McGavock will take a short time. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Evans went to Patesville last Saturday for a short time with her parents Mr. Nix and Mrs. Nix. - J. M. Fitch was in Louisville Sunday. Mrs. Fred Ferry spent the week end in Louisville. Mrs. William Pate is visiting relatives in McQuady. Mrs. Jno. Welsenberger spent Triors day in Tell City. Will Holsclaw, of Louisville, was here Thursday. Claude Dowel!, near Hardinsburg, was in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sklllman were in Louisville Thursday. Allen L. Lewis, of Strphensport, was in Louisville last week. Miss Mallssa Mattingly has accepted a position in Owensboro if Hardiusburg, Russel Compton, w' ,jt Its Have you provided for your family in case of your death ? J. C. NOLTE & BBO. CLOVERPORT, KY. W. S. Ball, Republican Nominee For Congress Will Tate from Tobinsport, 1ml., spent a part of last week in town with his daughters, .Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and Mrs. David Allen. Mrs. Jessie .Miller has gone to Manilas-bur- g to see her sister who is quite ill with typhoid. Forrest Miller has returned to I.oiii ville after a visit home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons went tothe country to spend Saturday night and Sunday with his sister Mrs. John Pate. Mrs. Cliff McCl.iuahuu and her children from St. Louis, Mo., are expected t day for a visit to relatives and friends. She will stop with Mrs. Charlie Keil. Mrs. O'Coniiell sister-in-laof John O'Comiell has moved into rooms adjoining .Milton's store. Mrs I,ee Ye.iger expects to go to Rockport Ind.. witlt her children the last of the week to visit Mr. Yeager's sister. Mrs. l'cnniiiger. Last Wednesday while swinging in a rope swing which broke with her Lillian Perkins fell and broke her arm. Dr. McDonald was called and in a short time the arm was bandaged and now she is getting along nicely. Eulow Smith and wife have just returned from a isit to friends and relatives in the country. The last of the week Miss Alma Perking is expecting to take a vacation and during her absence will be in Lebanon Station with Mrs. Arnold Cooper. Mrs. Harvie Wilson has returned to Howell, Ind., with Mrs. Rheilatider for an extended visit. Miss I, ula Preston, of Hull Run, has been for several days with Mrs. Jake Miller and visiting in eastlaud. Have you made provision for your own old age? II not, you had belter do so at once, by buying one ol those good lowest cost policies with the Union C. Central Hardinsburg. Ky. L BEARD, Agent. SCHOOL TRUSTEES Elected WANTED! i(,u Saturday Supt. Trent For Announces Salaries Teachers During The Coming Terms. -- n II Man of integrity and good habits l El TI13 follmvinjj .chool tru.-tec- s A TREAT FOR TIRED FEET!" Why nbt make your. feet happy during this' warm weather? You can insure-foot comfort if you use "GEE WHIZZ" A teaspoonful of Gee Whizz in n a quart of hot water makes a foot bath that is soothing nnd healing to sore and tired feet. It is beneficial in cases of excessive perspiration, as it prevents all disagreeable odors. A Mrs. Eli Taul anil children from Tell City came the latter part of last week to see her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wellington. Miss Effie Robertson and her visitor, Loyd Thomas, from Dayton, Ohio, called on friends on the Hill Saturday, after train. which Mr. Loyd left on Miss Ruth Faith returned home August I, after two weeks stay hi Loujsville. Mrs. Henry Mattingly after spending a few days at home has returned to Owensboro where she is under treatment of a homeopath physician. Mrs. Jim Tinius and son, of Holt, spent last Tuesday night at .Millard t5 Franks. Big Box for 25c Wedding's Drug Store, The Homeol Quality CL0VERP0RT, KY. , Will Morton who traded his country home to Garfield Tuckerfor his new cot tage wants to get a little nearer town and has traded the cottage for the Armstrong home, where he can rent part of it. Miss Dolly llurke is on the sick list. Foster Guill formerly a resident of this city, now of Valley Station was shaking hands with friends on the Hill dUtricts in the county were hist Saturday: A. X McCoy, I'nion Star: I. II. I.asloy, Simple; 1' I' Las- It :, Wcstview; W C. Pate, Tauls; 15. I). Smith, Kitieswood; H. Hor.iley, (iermnntown; Hemus Burcli, Overton's; J. V. Write, llurton's; W. F Chappell. Raymond; R. U. Olvens, Constantinc; W. F. Vcssclls, Vessells. Supt. Trent announces the following' salaries fixed by the board for teach ers for the coming fall and winter terms: For first class schools and prin cijials, $30 per month; second class schools of 60 pjpilh and over, fj'.l per Address Lock Box 184, : Cloverport Ky. month; second class schools below liO pupils, 1135 per month; all regular as sistants, $38 per month; special assist ants, $:!() per month. Special schools are established for districts where the number of pupils fall below the re quired number of US. There are four of this class 111 the county, two white and two colored Mr. Pile made a speFeel secure when they know their money is safely cial trip to Frankfort to arrange for lodged in our hurglariproof safe. these schools so th.v pupils living away Dies of Typhoid Fever. from the regular school could be acThe five months old bab of Mr. and commodated without having so far to Mrs. Calvin Ilendrlck, Jr., of Hardins- walk in bad weather. burg. died Sunday. The little one had Finished Delivering Wheat. just recovered from a severe attac i of is what depositors want and is what they are assured of whooping cough when typhoid fever set Wood W'eathfrholt, the ferry man bewhen they enter the portals of this bank's door. up from which was the results jf its tween this city and Tobinsport, finished donth. Funeral was held Monday. last week deliverinj; wheat from the HANK HERE AND EEEL SECURE! farmers across the river to the Star RolHardinsburg Babies Will ler Mills. There were nine thousand bushels and the price was 75 cents. The Be Attractively Pictured. wheat was of a tine quality and graded FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. above sisty pounds. The b.iby show which will take place J. C. PAYNE, Cashier al Hardinsburg, Saturday night, at The Glasscock Pool. Dreamland will picture the best and Axtel, Ky., July 26, (Special) .Air. prettiest babies of the County seat, Mr. llrabandt, the photographer, says there I.i m Glasscock ami Miss I, ula l'ool, both Mr. and Mrs .1. II Payne. Buys A Farm. will be fifty pictures which he has been of Axtel, were married Sunday, July 26 Mrs. Wood Weatherholt and daughba- at 4 p. 111.. at St. Anthony's church. collecting during the summer. The Karl l'ella, Addison, was in Louisville ter. Miss Willia Mae, returned Monday by show, will be the biggest event The bride's sister Miss Nettie l'ool and week looking after his farm which from Owensboro, where they have Mr. Kruest Speak were the only attend- last the Dreamland has ever had. he purchased recently, lie said he was been visiting relatives. Mr. mid Mrs. Glasscock have ants. pleased with it and could turn it many friends who wish them a long life well Ernest Lehman, of Cannelton, was over at a handsome profit. of happiness, here Friday looking at milch cows FRESH GROCERIES! with the Intention of purchasing one. Excellent Milliner. Mrs. Delia Hamrlck, of IndianapoTOBiNSPORT Can bo found ut our store till lis, arrived Tuesday evening to make Mrs. G. V. Kvans, head of the millithe tiaio. Our istoek is always nery department of II, l' Heard iV Co., a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ft os and clean. W'es Dyer, of Cannelton, was here G. W. Wlnchell. has record ami .stands at the head of the list for good sales. She has had the Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 1'loeh and management of this department for nine Miss Thelma Shoemaker, of Rome, is baby, Mrs. Owen Kyler and Miss Atma t lie ubove In addition to mouths and lias turned her slock over the guest of Miss Mayina Poll:. Tate, of Louisville, have been the wo liavo constantly on ten times during this time and has Mrs. Yona Roland and litCe daunh-tor- , guests of Mrs. Fred Lauer. band Mr. Heard cleaned up all her remnants. of Cannelton, visited Mrs. Chus. Miss Kathryne Weatherholt is visitcomplimented her very highly for her Colviu a few days of tills week ing at the home of her uncle, Hugh Cardrer, of LevUport. Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, good work. Miss May Lamb, of Cloverport, is Mr and Mrs. Frank Sanders and her couiin, Miss Alia Lamb. Leave Saturday For Louisville. Bread, Pies, Cakes, Miss Klnc and Mr. Elmer Keller, of sons visited relatives In Tell City durIJuras, Ky., Aueust.i (Special) Mrs. Loulsvillo. are fueU at the Tinsley ing the weok. I'help llert Wheeler, of Koine, visited Miss Cigars and Tobacco. Julia Meyer Gladys, ofand daughters, home LouUville. will Virginia and Kada 1'arrUh Sunday afternoon. s Kd Whitehead, of Uloverpot, leave Saturday for their home after an Mrs. Hicliard Anderson and daughter, " cistern for Alec Anderson Telephone Us extended visit to Grauon Springe and left Wednesday of Louisville, ate guests at the home Jam s Wlncheil her old home, Hunts, Ky. Mr. Goldio of Aitc Anderson. for Oklahoma. Coombs will visit her sisters, Misses nluhl Several fro n here attended tho chu-tauqMrs. Vina Kokcis, of Cloverport. is Mrs. l'hclps leaves. Meyer, before Allen Al. Kingsbury, at Tell City Saturday. vlsitlnc relative! here. M est is Cnoinbi and l'hclps are In LouSlppel'j Old Stand , l'loyd Whitehouse, of Cloverport, Miss Anna Mary I'ayne, of the Norisville. Mr. Coombs is a 4th btreet car man and Mr. Phelps a conductor for ton Infiimary, Louisville, Is spending was the euest of Miss May Leaf Cloverport, Ky. her vacation here with her parents, the K. I. & T. It. R. Co. in su!eiecu-- - to take in one-ha- lf interest and assist If running a local business which l has no competition. Best paying l II opportunity for a live man on the II Ohio River between Louisville and I Paducah. I DEPOSITORS "SAFE BANK NG" :: 11 vis-ltl- ua 3 ' 1 V' Inn? term, Democrats. BECKHAM WINS IN KENTUCKY 3amien Gats Short Term For United States Senator. Stanley, Pcrkhnm, 610; 154. 434; MCrr-ary- Anderson County Heturns from all precincts In Antlern n county follow: For scnatoi. Inn term. HccKhnm, .151: 252. Short Stanley. 4"0. Morrr-..-)-, term Cntndon, 417; Sm.th, 149; Voun?, " Wlllson. Hep., for senator carried the ounty hy a m u 1! mnjnrlty. Hill-lltairled the county for the short term on the Itepuldhnn ticket. Forni-rellat- e Judse, Hurt. Dem., 300; Hob-so- Iirm Nelson . Viti TOTE IN STATE WAS LIGHT Governor Single McO.r-ar- y alle1 to Crry Congr-lions! OUtrlct- - ."resent Who Were R'!D'"ntatlv- Canc!lH?te All "'r nomination Wer Disorder at the "oils. 1 C W. Louisville. Ky.. Auk. S.- -J. Democracy's nholce Id Beckham Kentucky for 1'iilled States seniitor. Johnson X. ramdon Is the winner for the short torin nomination. Though much Interest hml been nrnusc:l In the varloti nires, there was little disorder at the prillsThe vote was light npcKliain hm carrier! seen of the eleven district. Ooeiiinr .Mcf'reary has not curried it sln!e dlftrici. Heckh.mi has majiiltifs In the First, Third. Fmiith. Seventh. Klclitli. Tenth and Kloventh. while the Second. Fifth, Sixth and posi-lblthe Ninth will so to Stanley. who did The seven reinesentathe havo contests scored si clean sweep throughout the stale and all will ha candidates for election In November. Barltley carried the PI rut dlslilct by a fi.'.O. 1Ir tnnjnilt'. In the second David II. Lewis County. Heturns from Lewis by a liU wile mer KlnchelOH wins count-.- . Ninth Congressional district: Hensnn. Klnelmloe's majority Is estineniocr;.ts. 1,'cckham, 29S; mated at 'iA.'ii. IIi'iimiii carried only 124; .McCreary. 2.1; Hepubllcans,Stanley. Ernst. one I'ou.ity. in the entire district, his 3S1: WHIsmi. 342. Short term. Hepub-licanlrhPme count j sliinK him a niiijority of Mullltt. 101; Fltzpatrlck. K.4. 230, Field. 220; Ireland, 401. In the For coiisir H. T Thomas won hn contest Shelby Cm.ntv. Iteturns from every Third by a niajoriu 'if l f,(m over lirecinct in Shelhy county rIvc StanChapman ''li;iim:iii carried his ley, l i'n; lie. Miam. I.0S7; McCreary 1S. Siimi 1.102. term. Camden, ) IanK term, Connresslonnl district; Democrats, lit Mm in. l.mJS: Stanley. Mci'icary, .!. Hepubllcans: I, US; Krnst, 100; Wlllson, !0; McLaunhlln, 20. Progressive- - .lolly, 10; Vance. :0. Short term, Democrats. Camden. 4C2; Smith, V.il ; Youiw. "". Hepubllcans: llullltt 12..; Fll utrlck, 75. For , Pen Johnson Dem.-- l,82!t; John W lloyd. Dem., 2N0. For appellate. Judne, .1 P llobson, Dem., S7"; Rollln Hurt Dem., 72. Maticirck County- .- Iteturns from all piecinits In Hancock county. Second Concessional district1 For senator, lonu term. Democrats, Heckham. 204: McCreary, 11; HepubllStlnle. Wlllson, 40; .lc.aush-lln- . cans. Krnst, 21; PniKiesslves. Jolly, lit: Vance. 42 Short teim. Democrats, Camden, 202; Smith '"I; Yonns. 141. Hepubllcans, Itullitt. .10; Fltiatrlck, 12. For ennurpss. Klnclielne, 412: llenson, 71, Democrats Crpcnup '"ounty. Heturns from Greenup county. Ninth Congressional For senator. Democrats. Heckdlstr' ham. ::tl: St.mley. 7!i; McCreary, 38: Republicans. Krnst. 400; Wlllson, 75; Mcl.auchMn, S. Short tciin. Demo ciats Camden, 310; Smith, 10: Youns, 40; H' publicans, nnllitt. 300' Fltzpat-rlcino. For consiess, W. .1. Fields, 37.".; George Osborn, Heptih-llcan- . Demo'-:it- . precincts Co inty- .- Heturns from all In N'c'snn county. Fourth ::: f Madison County. Madison county, emi, Camden, 147; ? ilth. 2S3; Yount;. For cone 'ess, Johnson, 635; Elshth Congressional district, gives for senator, long term, Democrats, noyd, 216. county gives Beckham, 341; Stanloy. 218; Mc Jloyle County.--Pov'y, Creary, 1,332; Herax. ana, Lrnst. 212; nc khatn. 1.100 453, 137 IiIr nnjorltv for Cam Wlllson, 28"; McLaunhlln, 0; Progres sives, Jolly, 33; Vance, 7. 8'iort term, den Fntft icMVn oer Wlllsnn. Chrltlan County- .- Upturns nro: For Demounts, Camden,' 832; Bimth, 72; long term Democratic Eenntorshlp, Mc Young, 620; Repub ane, Bull tt, 429; Creary. 00; Stanloy, 1,326; Ilochham, Fltzi ntrlck, 70. Lightest vote over 7SS; short term. Smith, 282; Youn?, known In both patties cast McLean County. Tho votes of all C40: Chmden. 4S4. For congress, Democrats, llenson, 4S4: Kincheloe, 1,547; precincts In this county, Second Con gressional district, follow: For senahad no opponl-HoClark, Republican, Republican llnurcs rIvo Wlllson tor, long term, Beckham, 289; Stanley, a majority of at least 1.000 for long 814; iMcCtcary, go; short term, Camden carries the county five to one. For term sena'torshlp and llullltt has a congress, Democrats, D. II. Klncholoe, of about r.00 for short term. County. Returns show: 0S3; J. W. llenson, 146. Krnst carried Metcalfe For senator, long term. Democrats, the county nbout five to one. Stanley, 172; Mc42; Todd County. Tho vote on tho full Heckham, Creary. 34: Republicans, Krnst. 26; term senatorial raco was: Stanley, DS2; Beckham, 872; McCreary, 54. For Wlllson. 1S3. Short term, Democrats, Camden. 228: Smith,. 38; Young, 87; congress, Chapman, 821; Thomas, 754. Itepnbllcans. llullltt, 125; Fitzpatrlck, For senator, short term, Young, 230; 31. For congress. Thomas, Dem., 301, Camden, 184; Smith, 181. Appellate .1, V. Chni man, Dem., 221 Union County. Returns from all Judge, Hurt Dem., 581; Hobson, Dem., precincts in this county, Second Congressional district, follow: For sena30. Powell County. Returns from Pow- tor, long term. Democrats, Beckham, ell county. Seventh Congressional dis- 496; Stanley, 1,722; McCreary, 22; trict., follow For senator, long term, short term, Camden, 497; Smith, 281; Young, 490. For congress. Democrats, J. W. llenson, 1,035; Kincheloe, 1,171. Practically no votes were cast in Republican and Progressive primaries. County. Iteturns from Wnrren Wairen county, Third Congressional district: Long term, senator, Deck-ha1,197; Stanley, 1,146; McCreary, 100. Short term, Camden, 306; Smith, 197; Young, 423. For congress, Thom315. o Ftr-.lcma-orlt- y Another Cured L. 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Jefferson St. flrst-clnns k. as, 1,199; Chapman, 1,152. Mnsou County, Returns from Ma-socounty, Ninth' Congressional district: For senator, long term, Democrats, Beckham, 592; Stanley, 804; Ernst, 366; Wlllson, 53; Progressives, Jolly, 27; Vanco, 17. Short term, Democrats, Camden, 874; Smith, 35; Young. 246; Hepubllcans, Bullitt, 293; Fitzpatrick, 36. For congress, Fields, Dem., 871. Ireland, Rep., 2S0. u LOUISVILLE, KY. 0lCZ3QIZZ)0l0l0B0C0 Vlr-"g- 1 Yo i S r n't'i. 170. '.pellato from all precincts In Larue county. Fourth Concessional district: For senator, long term. Heckham. 72S; Stanley, 401; McCreary, 13: short term. Camden. .13; Smith. 1,033. For congress. Benjamin Johnson Democrat, 702; John W. llod, KepMlilli an. 330. For appellate Judee. Rollin Hurt. Democrat, .142: .1. J C W BECKHAM Nominated Foi United Sidles Senator L. Hobsnn, Republican, 411; Progressives. Jolly. 10; Vance. 14 Short term. Foi Lony Term Democrats, Camden, 1.0.14; Smith. 10: own homo count, hinipMiii, lij a fair Young. 12: Republicans, llullltt, majority, hut Thomas lost only two Fltzpattlch. I For congress. Can SI: ti 111. counties In the district Men lohnsun Democrat. 7M Thomas. Democrat. in ,he I'ouilh scoied ,i ualUawa 4S I. Swaser Sheile. ored Hie landslide Marshall County. Complete returns li of the entire primary conutlux a vote of UA'li. This is hy r;u the Iihk-es- t .from every precinct In Marshall county Rlie Heckham for senator, long majority ever a candidate In term. 733: Stanlev, "101 : McCreary. 43: a primary heie." Cnntrlll was an easy wiunei over short te rm. Canu'eu 2.13: Youn, 1S2; congress. Harkley Claude II Thomas in the Seonth. the Smith, Ml Fit OH: William. II: Swan, 24. latter's race belli;; a disappointment ill: Scott. Knox Countv. Returns from the to many of his suppoiters Canti Ill's Congressional district. For vote was l.t'.SO and that of Thomas Kloventh Ion- term. Democrats. Mil. The i.epubllran and Progressive senator. 2!i.1: Sipnley. 02: McCienryJ 3S: vote In hlti district was very small. 203: Wlllson, 207. Caleb Powers In the Kloventh awln Republic hub, Krnst. Smith, 10; has proved his populatlty throuulioui Short term, Camden 141;Powers, i'.O.I, Younc. 2t. For by winning an overthe mountains Hoiiwoith. 201. whelming' irtory over Joseph P. Fleming Countv. Heturns from all Powers nut. of carried county. Ninth In Flc-il15 (oniitlcn, leaving lloswoith only h's precincts tlM-lctFor senator, home countv. Hell, which gavo aim CouRres-.lnnlong term, lleekham, 34.1: Stanley, l.r0" majnilty. Powers' majority for SS.1; McCreary, 0.1; short term. Camthe district Is estimated at not lesr den. OMi. Smith. 00: Young. 2f.R. For than T.oiio. Field. Dem.. l.OSfl. congiess. W The Winners. Jefferson County. Returns fiom all First District Democrat. Alben W. precincts give- Fur senator, long term. Berkley, Paducali; Progressive, Mat Heckham. t.23X: Standley. 7.040; .MM. Ilanberry, Cadiz. cCreary, 3.00.1: Kinst. 108: Wlllson, David 11. 123; Jolly. 417: 700; McLaughlin. Mndlsonvllle. Vanco 1.038. For senator, shot t term, Third Duinocrats. Itobert Y. Thom- Camden. 0 718- Sm'th. M2: Young. !. as. Central City. ntrlck. 107. For Hit: llnll'tt 017: Democrat, lieu .lohnsoii, Fourth lonMess. Sbe.rlev 11.422: Maekey, 2.. Hnpiiblh-anV. Sherman Bardstown: 410: Gardner. 1.0.10; I leek. LIS. Ball. Kardlnshurg. Webrtur Countv Returns from all Fifth Democrat. Swacor Shciley. precincts In tcr Secon ) Louisville; Pio'.'rcsslvo, Charles T. t'ollKrvlonal dlstiltt For senntor, Gardner. Louisville. term. Heekl:a!ii. .101; Stanley, Frieth Prmoerut, .1. Cntil'ibell .nns M.Cuj. . ' : ...V2. t": ", Ilopubllcaii. .1. Jen O'.l: Smlf "W. Young, 032 !'or Crntiill, (ifottietpwii; L. Ilrlstow, (Ifirjietown. 1.320; lien. an. jongress, Kli. , .1. T. Eighth 701. Jnasamlnn Coitt.ty. HoturnB follow Ninth Demo. rat. W. .1. Flfilds, OlKb n. DomocjalB. For senator, lung Hill; nepubllcjii. .I. G. Iteland. Ollvo Heckham. 374; 2r. : Hill. . K.:iH. 4.V ?4": I f l " Tenth and Hlovonth Itepubllcan. Wlllson, )7: v . i. 3r.; Proreit. Caleb Powers. It irhnursvllle. sIvp", .loU; , 8': Vi; .cti it. Short term JudKo Court of Appeals. Third true rut. Cum Itn. Iit5; Smith. 12: Democrat, J. P. Jlobsou (C J.;, VeiuiT. ;:us: Hepnhllcoiin. llullltt, S2: tllzabe'lituvn s, J. Vt.trick. 13. Ft.' Prorrc-iip- . 10; Wai en OY COUNTIES. VOTE A. Jt3a Pio.-ei : i C x en Co :.t - - i li n are: T'nr p'oodford Cot nty. Heturns from all Itei klis'.i. ' ti ur w .. a iu iwvttw w krf . vCongreislonal dlitrlct follow: For :zzej, 526; McCreary. 37; fctiort Larue . cotr-iross, 1 1 ng nl : .1 Second--I)cmociat, , oer T'iomn, IP it. 1.1'fl; Hobsnn, 017 "( it nt - Returns from all pre-ct ;i tt county: For senator ileckhnm. 1.320: Stanley, Ions 720. MtCi, ry. :H0. Short teim for cniiKicFS, Cnti 111. l.r.SO; Thomas. S3:.. give: For Kll'ott Count.--Return- s senat- r. lone term. Democrats, Heel; ham 10SU; Stanlev. I S3; McCreary. 2S2. Pei ultMcans. Kinst. 100; Wlllson. 7'. Shoit term. Democrats, Camden. fi0i2: Yniinc. 12: Republicans, 2.": llullltt. in Per coniJiess. W. .1. Fields. t;00; J P. Haney. r,0" .1 F Haley. 7.1. Henry Comity from all pieclncts In Henry county. Seven teenth Congressional district: Sena tor. long teim lieckham's majorlt over Sir nli" 4(10: McCreary vote 1.10. Short trem. Camden's over Y iiiir. 300. Smith got 1.1 votes ,'nr coiuiess. Cantrlll's majorltv Judse I'T, - les-tha- v 1.200. Count. Returns W 111- Holtz-claw- I.aii-asti- r t'-t- ' ft ' . 3 . Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days FAZO refund Bullitt, 1o7; Fitzpatrick, 27. For con- Your dmeelst will cure any moneyof ifItching, case OINTMENT fails to Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. gress, Then a.?, C07; Chapman, 483. Crittenden County. For senator, The first application gives Ease and Rest 50c. JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. United States Senator long term, Democrats, Beckham, ICS; Nomlna'ed For Stanley, 127; McCreary, 31; RepubliFor Unexpired Term. Keeping Young. cans, Eir.it, 11; Wlllson, 3S0; McHeckham, 31.1: Stanley. 53; McCreary, Laughlin, 4 Progressives, Jolly, 2; Youth is not a time of life. It is not 07; short term, Camden. 2.11: Smith. Vance, IS. Short term, Democrats, a matter of ripe cheeks, red lips and 21 ; Young, .10. For congress, Cantrlll, Camden, 14C, Smith, CI: Young, 43; supple knees; it is a temper of the will, 271: Thomas. ISO. Republicans, Bullitt, 241; Fitzpatrick, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of County. The total vote re- 17. For confess, barkley, 22C; Scott, Lincoln the emotions. It is the freshness of ceived by each candidate for the long Dem., 13. the deep springs of life. Nobody grows term was as follows: Heckham, 802; Robot tson County. For senator, old by merely living a number of years. McCreary. 017: Stanley, 204; for the long term, Heckham, 179; Stanley, 78; shoit term Camcltju leoeived a decided McCreary, G5: short term, Camden, People grow old only by deserting their ideals. Years wrinkle the skin; but to majority, with Young second. In the 237; Smith. 2; Young. 14. For conRepublican pilmary Wlllson swept the gress, Fields, Dem., 257. H. J. Ireland give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. county. Dr. Frank Crane. was nominated for congress. County. Returns from Ilourbon .Mercer County. -- This county gives Bourbon county. Seventh CongressionaOnly One "BROMO QUININE" Beckham 120 over Stanley, while Mcl- district, follow: For senator, long Creary received only about 100 votes. To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA1,201; term. Democrats. Heckham. Officers failed to glvo vote of other TIVE BROMO QUININE. Lookforalgnatureof E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stop 242: Stanley, .148: RepubliCandidates, but it is known Camden cough and headache, and works off cold. 25c, cans. Krnst, 0.13: Wilhon, 83; carries the county overwhelmingly. !2: Progressives. Jolly, 2; Out of a vote of 1,300 Republicans Vance, 1. Short term, Camden, 1,398; polled only about 175, Wlllson defeat- Number of Friends EnYoung. 78; Bullitt, 287; ing Smith. 47: tertained at McGovern Home. Ernst three to one. Helm, Dem., Fitzpatrick. 10. For congress. Demo- was nominated for congress crats. J. Campbell. 832; Claude M. Cumberland County. Returns give A large crowd of Willis Holder's rel Thomas. 1.278. Stanley, 223: Beckham, 142; McOwen County. In Owen county the Creary, 13. For appellate judge Hurt aties gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGovern Sunday,near Free, vote Is as follows: For senator, long received 328 and Hobson 10. term, Heckham, 807: Stanley, 804: Car'nll County. The primary vote where Mr. Holdi' and family were ex-- 204. Short term, Camden. 52": follows: For senator, Democrat, long pected to visit his aunt, Mrs. Harriet Smith. 07; Yeung, 440. For congress, term, Beckbnm, 576; Stanley, 367; Muffett. The only unpleasant feature Cantrlll, 1.530; Thomas, 440. Krnst McCreary, 2C2; short term, Camden, of the day was their failure to come. will carry the county. In the 508: Smith, S8: Young, 215. following persons enjoyed a pleasPulaski County. Returns from Pu- Republican contest Ernst was given a The clay and splendid dinner served in ant laski county, Kleventh Congressional substantial majority. picnic fashion with plenty of ice tea, dlslilct. follow For senator, long Montgomery County Only about ice water and coffee: Mr. and Mrs term. Democrats. Beckham, 440; Stanvotes were polled In MontgomMason and children, Alfred Alton ley. Of.: McCreary, .15: Hepubllcans, 12.000 ery county: Heckham, 630; Stanley, 000. Short term. Krnst, 2.10; Wllli-on- . Mason and family, T. M. Bates and 420; McCreary, 115. For congress. Democrat)-- . Camden, 273: Smith. 27; family, Mrs. T. A. Keenan, E. T. Pate Young, 77 For congress. Powers, 000 Fields. 570: Haley, 40; Haney, 375: and family, J. T. McGovern and famYoung, 100; Perry, 15. In the Repub-llcnt- i majority over Hosworth. For appelcontest only about 325 votei ily, Mrs. Ed Mar.sch anil Samuel Allen, late Judse. Hurt, 30: Hobson, 140 Mrs. Floyd Rich Piccl inrltlge County Returns from were polled. Ernst carrying tho county Cloverport; Mr. and Florence Rhodes, of Mc- RrccUurldsrp county. Fourth Congres- for senator hy over 200 and Irulami ards, Mit-congressman by the same vote. Dauiels; J. F. Mison, J. L Mason, sional district give for senator, long 'or Lawrence He Miam. estimated majorltv Camden for the short term defeated Walter .Mason Maltinuly, term oting and Smith by about 500 votes. Ueavin. Tom Muttingly, Lee Elder, of 200; short term. Young, about 50 County. Returns from Pendleton For congres. Hell. Republican, Mooleyville; Uli Jackson, Turfork, and estimated inajoilty of 800. The Repub- all precincts In this county follow: Wm. .McGovern and family. Tor senator. Democrats, Beckham. licans noni'natcd Wlllson for senator 345: Stanley. 555; McCreary, 53; Reby n majoiitv of 400. Kinst, 225; Wlllson, 23; 1914 Tax Books Ready. Daviess County. Returns from all publicans. precincts In Daviess county, Second McLaughlin. 4: Progressives, Jolly, 2; Congressional district, follow: For Vanco, 3. Short term, Democrats, Ud Dillon, deputy county clerk, tinned senntor, long term. Democrats. Beck- Camden, 700; Smith. 10; Young. 200; over the 1914 tax books Monday to Sher Republicans. Bullitt. 3; Fitzpatrick. 5; ham, 1.500; Stanley. 1.040: McCreary, iff A. T. Heard ana his deputies, who 01: Republicans. Krnst, 101; Wlllson, Nicholas, 4. now have them in hand and are ready Ballard County. Returns from 1H3: McLaughlin. 30; Progresses. Jolcounty give: For senntor, long and willing to write receipts on receipt ly, 11: Vance. 24. Short term. Democrats, Camden, 1,700; Smith, 403; term, Beckham. 444; Stanley, 752; Mc of tlie money of the realm. Young, 572; Republicans, Bullitt, 1C7; Creary, 114: short term, Camden. 149; Fitzpatrick. 48. For congress. Demo- Smith, 253: Young. 224. Tho RepubliRockport Fair August 18-2can vote was light. Ernst has carried crats, Henson, 007; Kincheloe, 2,435. Bracken County. The result of the the county. County. Returns from Lawrence. The Koekport Fair will begin Augprimary election follows: For senator, long term, Democtats. Beckham. 253; Lawrence county, Ninth Congressionust 18 and continue until the 22. Five For senator, long days of fun, royal entertainment, exMcCreary, 87: Stanley. 529; short al district, show: term. Camden. 101: Young, 1C9; Smith, term, Democrats, Beckham, 261: Stan citing races, bands of music, etc. The 30. In the Ropubllcan fight Krnst was ley, 137; McCreary, 413; Republicans Rockport Fair Grounds arc delightful given 185 to Wllttlnn's OS. The Demo- Ernst. 115; Wlllson. 78; McLaujh shaded with a natural forest, abundant crats nrmlnnted Field for congress- lln, 0 Short term: Democrats, Camman, giving him n ilurallty of 210. den. 373; Smith, 24; Young. 120; Re- supply of clean, cool, running water. The Republicans nomlnrted Ireland, publicans. Bullitt. 84: Fitzpatrick, 110. No dust on the grounds. The grounds For congress, ljlelds. Dem., 409; Roo are kept like a park. The midway at giving him 185 to Osb 'rnc's 47. the Rockport Fair is always a source Laurel County HcPim give Beck- Y( nt.', Hop., 199. ham 135 majority over Sttnlpy. CamTMss County. Petuina from Tri'j,; of ulensure, the crowds that throng the den carried the ount- for tho short co. nty, First Congressional district. beautiful shaded avenue have great term. Krnst and Hi lltt t both carry fci:ov: For senator, loin term, Demo fun as they buy lemonade aud ice tho county. I'owois' B.rjorltv over .irtB. Beckham, 326; Gtanlay,287; Mc cream, take rides on the Creary, 157; Rewihlicans, Ernst, 70; Hosworth for coasrernan wr.s 800. and ferris wheel. Old and young Caldwell ('mint' ! c:;;-n- c 9. Short from all WlUson. 450; MeL&vr-h'ln-, precincts In this reim"-- For senator", term, Dcmocrnt3, Caniici. 301; Sm'th, alike mingle in the throng, spending Democrats, km tir:r. i eikbam. 361 ; '(3; Younc, 110; Ke u'jllcaiis, Bullitt their dimes and enjoying the many Stanley. 280; 203; FJtzratrkk, 40 U'4; RepuM'-rnnFor congress, sports, Several expect to go from, Cloj Krnst, isMc Democrats, Barkley, 531; Williams, verport to make this a week of pleas P. I uuohltn, i 25. K'i ri ' r'c,:n')"rati, f0 Scott, 41; Swann, 11. ure. Admission 35 cents. " , l ntfieii, 310: ! i " Cal'atin Countv., rt.ttns give ir , 1i2. cuugress, nari.vj, u.S. 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LiUfetLRAtt" ( CERTAIN Of Wn (iOlNOTO MMA Isn't it just terrible the way girls despise money matches T fPlO YOV MCA,aAbV, THj THUGE. iWEueiT AND OUT & MV OH WITH THAT i 100 UC0t JEJPCCIALLV S CONK. At THRLl v T bl (Utl 1 (3Vt.T I frftk , l.f 5S5 I'M INVITED SHE U JHAMr.LRii HAS PICKED TO oP W6 BOA ; OfUtGHWD RG ALONG AW) HACK MAVE A HBAf Sno4( .BtT- J " SS?! fl "-- fe'.TJ.1 E ' 7 TMCl AORCl U'CLr I IWT 17 AWFUL.! i rsA Y7L . PGm ANt rfRACB cIciNC TO S JMXV eiRACG xTSr- - 1THCY or . WflT SSv52i c1 11 I II "I tried It only once." said one of his brothers, an ntllcor in the Imperial guards, "when my servant was III mid I put all the 1 had to go to a parade. buttons In the wrong buttonholes and got confined to barracks for n week in consequence." In the old days the Austrian princes. :ounts and liarons were sovereign lords jn their own lands, which they held from the emperor In return for military service. Uach of these great nobles held his own court, which was u reflect Ion In miniature of the Imperial court, and as it was considered an honor by men of the highest birth to assist at the toilet of the monarch, so It was considered an honor by those ot lesser degree to render similar personal service to the great nobles. The dependence of their descendants upon their valets Is only the survival of those feudal customs. T.ltllc ininiN are too much wounded tv little things; irmat minds siv all r ! hit put even hurt. La Itocliefou raiild Iter e loll, ill lltt.ti-- i f,-- III! ,.11 lT1., i. .. . , I A BATH IN AUSTRIA It Was Full of Surprises For the Visiting Englishman. JOHANN THE a member of an BRECKENRIDQE Ymim: llortnii n,i WAS TOO ATTENTIVE, The Valet Was Only Doing as Ha Would Have Done Had His Master, the Prince, Been In the Guest's Place, but It Jarred the Briton's Nerves. Although I II ic la England, which la supposed to bo the home of aristocratic privilege, says a contributor to Chambers' Journal, I had no true conception of the meaning of the words nntll 1 visited some Austrian friends at a great castle Home five hours' Jour ney from Vienna. , It was a tropically hot day, and the train was crowded, but when the con' due tor found tlftit 1 was going to visit Prince A. ho cleared my compartment of passengers and did all he could to At the little make me comfortable. l 6tatlon the peasants stood with bared . ... rSBf ... . nv iu me v ueuus wune ii uiaue uiy waiting carriage, and as we rushed through the village hats were raised and the street was cleared for our galloping steeds. At the castle was shown to a room In one of the turrets, where I found the juger who bad met me at the railway station unpacking my luggage But the first essential was a bath, lie was full or "desolation," but something had gone wrong with the water pipes in the turret, and therefore the bathroom could not be used, but if the high and well bum excellency would condescend to use a hip bath ho would Instantly bring one. The bath was brought ami prepared, but the tall jager still remained lu the room. ''You can finish the unpacking after- I I .,.,1,1 n.nwt .! ...Ill I.,.. ...I 'jphave had my hath." Jobauu turned from an open drawer, bis face blank with amazement "But Is it not tlie high ami well born excellency that I should wushV" he asked. The German of the "high and well born excellency" failed him. There was n pause: then, after a repeated declaration that I would ring when wanted him. Johnnn left the room clearly under protest. "1 shall be out-- ' side the door If the high and well born one should need me." he said reproachfully. I was no more than In the bath when the door opened and the stalwart figure appeared. "Is It not cold water over the back of the high and well born excellency that I should pour?" "No: certainly not:' The door closed again protestiugly. A few seconds later lohann came Into the mum with an air of triumph. hi.iptiitr ,1 1.11'fr.. Ii'ifti tjuvnl "All tlm splashing Is over! Now the high and well born excellency 1 may be permitted to dry." Rut he was not even permitted the to dry. . blgh mid well born excellency "What will my prince say?" ho said, looking at mo In bewilderment "Ills serene highness commanded me to siiow the excellency every attention, and the excellency will allow me to do uothlng for him nothing." At dinner I sat next to the Princess Karl, the wife of the eldest son, a beautiful Hungarian who possessed all the charm and vivacity of her race. 'I'm afraid you are not being properly looked after," she said. "Johann told my husband that you ordered him out of the room." "Bat bo wanted to wash me," I explained, "lie was most attentive, but that was an attention I did not desire." 1 -1 mitomohlio party speeding low, ml Newlleld when the nun! was hloekinl T near that village by n large Jersey cow which had sprawled across the road The cow lefii-ei- l to heed either horn 01 Will Meet With The Bewleyville I'liiMitielti1. ami not wishing to run In t Baptist Church Wednesday the ditch the iiiitoinoliile party stopped All effort to get tile Jersey mil ur and Wednesday August 26 tlie wnt failed cnlil llorton alighted called "Here bossy, here Itossy." too't and 27. olT his ('Minima hat and proceeded to otv milk tl When he had llnlshed the mllkltcj tlie cow agreeably walked REVEREND TAYLOR WILL off the toad and tlie party procecdeil SPEAK IN CLOVERPORT with :i lioitiiltriil supply of milk. HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE llctter than Calomel and Ouinitte. TII15 (Contains No Arsenic. OLD RliMAHI.IJ ) As well as n Remedy for Chills mid Fecrs, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and lliliotts Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVH, NKRVOCS SHDATIVK, Sl'LKNDIl) TONIC Cuifiolnd. T11 EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC II. Oon'l inr mtit'luti. .PREPARED ROBINSON-PETTET II Orurtlili, BY SOc ind $1 00 Battles. IN.C0lll'01tATt:l. COMPANY, KENTUCKY. L LOUISVILLE, - - FIRST SHIPS AT PANAMA. Canal Is to Be Open For Commcrci. Aug. 15. The I'annma ritual will lie opened to all shps uredltig not for roiiuiicn-more than thirty feet of water on mid after Aug. !.". A inaoilty of the iiifi eh. nit tessrls dial will o the rami do im n draw more than thilty feet. tin that day ibixernur lioethals will inaugurate the opening !' the canal to regular romerrial service by sending through t!ie entire length of the canal one of Hie ships el' lie I'anaiita Itail ln li Is owned by the road riuiipany. '.'lilted Slates Their will In- - im i rii'iitoiiles Incident to this opi'oluensi;iner represent!! lives will he p.'ritillted to be aboard the II est vessel pi ing through, and a ll- will be ainioiiue of initeil oil Intel. The olMrlil opening or the canal will lake place In .March. Ull.'i I I -,:iii--.- Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c UNCLE SAM GOT HIS CENT. Threatened Prosecution if master Didn't Meet "Shortage," Luther 11. Clifton, for seventeen years postmaster at I'.lmlcs. Del., re- reived word from the postolllce depart ment In Washington that he would be prosecuted If he did not pay a short He i'ge of oiio cent and esEx-Po- st - The affair was peculiar. Clifton was succeeded as postmaster last November by Caleb It. Cannon. Tlie accounts were gone over by an expert when the transfer was made, but It was Impossible to learn the amount of i itiK'ellatloiis. this being tile basis upon which the postl iasti r's salary Is Iked The report of the expert Dually was that the government owed the retiring loiter, however, the eent. olllrial duVurtiucut sent word that the debit was the other way about mid threat ened prosecution for nonpayment. Clif ton paid tlie money to bis successor mid got a receipt. 1 iied trouble. TOASTS OF A CENTURY AGO. IF COW Resourceful "BALKS" MILK HER. Young Man Tries It and Breaks Blockade. The best way to get rid of nn obstinate cow that plants herself across the highway and will not permit nn automobile to pass Is to stop and milk the cow. according to Carroll llorton of Okiniileee. Okla.. who Is vlsitluu his Those at Peace Celebration to Be Same as at Ghent Treaty Banquet. Plans for the peace centennial have been made by the Ahum lean peace com A feature of the celebration mlttee. which has been arranged for will be a banquet at Client, 1'elgiiim. on Jan. li of next year, at which (here will be the same menu, the same toasts as at the liaiiillet. llm years before, with which the signing of the treaty of Ghent, diplomatically terminating the war of 1S1". wiis celebrated The British celebration will begin ucl Christinas eve with i htirch servlcr-- i throughout the fulled Kingdom a:;:', will cunt lime for some weeks. The first formal observance In Ununited States will take place I'ob. 1. 101.". when churches throughout the country will observe peace centenary Sunday. Alouu the Canadian border will taka place durthe celehr.-::!;:::--: ing the summer of tf).i. 1 I Now is the time to subscribe The llreckenridge l'aptist Association will meet with the ltcwlcyvillc Baptist Church on Wednesday, August 26, for 11 two diys session. The Association will convene at 10 o'clock and after the reading of the statistical letters or reports from the churches and organization of the body, the annual sermon will be preached by Rev. Russel Wtdker or lljs alternate Rev. J L. Pehart, Moderator Harvey S. Mnglish has named the following committee chairmen to present reports- 011 the varied work oftthc Association: Foreign Missions, H. O. Cottrcll: Home Missions, J T, Lewis; State Missions, Russell Walker; District Missions, J. 11. Ilcritdou; Ilapttst Schools nnd Colleges, R. L. Oele; Sunday Schools, T. N. McC.lothan; Ministers Aid, W. H. limner; Orphans Home, J. L. IMIart; Temperance, C. S. Robertson; Religious Literature, Simon Stuart; Obituaries, 1'. II. McCichce; Resolutions, L. I). Pox; Finance Committee, (to receive all funds scut up to the Association) J. M. Craig and M. 1'. Coitipton; Committe 011 order of business, J. 1!. Herndoii, M. 1'. Conip-- I ton, H. O. Cottrcll; Nominating Commit tee, Hartley Npnres, .liairtii.in: Annual Report of Mission Hoard, 15. O. Cottrcll, Report of Secretary and Treasurer. Uro. Waller Wilson, the messenger to the Southern Baptist Convention at Nasuville. A number of denominational representatives are expected to be present, vi... Dr. W. D. Powell, Secretary of State Mission-- ; J. J. Gentry, Slate Sunday School Secretary; P. D. Perkins, Educational Secretary; Dr. J. I). Ainddox, Secretary of Ministers Aid Society; and j perhaps others. H. It. Taylor, pastor of Murray Church and editor of News and Truths, is to be present. His church of about vm members is giving three times ' as much to missions as the entire Dreck-- J enridge Association with its 2,000 mem-- i hers. He will have a live message for ! He will speak at the Association. on Tuesday night August 25. I ' I J Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Sulicits pitroii iifu of Clovcrp rt Iittsttioss Bath $1.50 Men :md Shoppers News Want Ads. are Little Winners MEMORIAL In mem McQuady, Ivy . July, l!ll ory of our little niece, Mary Ola V.'il son, daughter of Krank and Myrtle Wi'son, who dc parted this life July 8, lyt:i. hhc is cone but not forgotten, never shall her memory fade; sweeter thoughts shall never linger 'round the grave where she is laid. One yelir has passed and still we miss htr Friends may think the wound is healed, Littlo do they know the sorrow that lies lti our hearts concealed; We love her, ves, we love her, Hut our Saviour loved her best, So he has sweetly called her to e to rest Heaven for ever-mor- Left Kentucky In 1902. Qualified As Guardians. The Hank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company qualified last Monday as guardian for the infant heirs of W. O. Lawson, deceased. They are also administrators for the estate of Charles Siniuts, deceased. rt WAR MAP OF AUSTRIA - HUNGARY AND SERVIA "Poor Johann!" answered the prin"He was much upset. He is Karl's special servant and was told You to look after you on purpose. see. he (lid not understand. He always washes Karl " made tin attempt to conceal my astonishment, ami when 1 glanced at cess. 1 Mr. J. 1). llabbage, Fditor of Ilreckin-ridg- e News A Kcuttickian never wanders so far from his native heath that bis mind ilont sometimes wander back to his younger days and friends that he left behind, more especially his mind will wander back to the parents grave where probably he buried a mother iu his youth or a father iu a more mature age. After a while he has to lay some of his own family away for the last time; all this though, sad at the time is a sweet memory cherished by no one but a true Keutuckiau, whose loyalty to his friends mid kinsmen is surpassed by no other state in these United States. I left Kentucky in 1902 but I haven't forgotten any of you fellows and I try as far as possible to keep up with everybody by taking the papers both county and state. I think "Marse Henry" missed it by suspending publication of the Courier Journal, it caused me to have to subscribe for the Louisville Herald not that I agree with it at all iu politics but I wanted-StatNews. I wish I had some statistics at hand so that I could give you a good description of California. This county alone shipped about 6,uoo carloads of oranges last year not saying any thing about other fruit. The state raised 900, 000 tons of grapes or 1,800,000,000 lbs. Counting the population of the United States at 100,000,000 that would give every man, woman and child IS lbs. of grapes. If W. J. Ilryau was out here he could get his fill of grape juice, he could treat all bis diplomatic callers mid have plenty left to make fair sued bathing pond. He is better at consuming grape juice than he was iu convincing the American people that free coinage of silver was the only thing. If I remember right Mr, Kditor you pulled some hair out of your head for free stiver too. Well as I haven't anything of imortauce to write I will just slip a dollar iu this letter for you to use as you may see fit mid iu return you may extend my subscription another year. Yours truly, Kdgttr Adkisson, Cutter, California, 11 Now York Bankers To Give Tourists Relief. Aug. 3. Prince Karl, n broad shouldered I could not help smiling. giant Washington, New York Why are you amused?" the ptluqess asked "It seems mj Incongruous." I an swered. "I'rliue Karl being washed!" Hut I afterward learned that It Is the usual custom for the Austrian nobility to lo tboroi ghly well scrubbed In their burns twite u ilny by their valets urn! dried afterward with hot towels. They aro uIkd dressed by their servants. Tho driving of poor Johann from in.v bedroom U.tuie a great Joke In the family. Prime Karl declared that he hud never dressed hlmsidf lujils life. bankers arranged with the treasury department tonight to send 3,500,000. in gold coin to Hurope to relieve the American tourists stranded there, who are unable to get cash for checks of letters of credit. Congress tit the l'residcnt's request lias appropriated $150,000, to care for the needs of the Americans abroad, No arrangements have been made aT Iciiiiu. thu capital ot Austria, ami Utflgradc. tho This map Bhows the two couutrlcs primarily Involved In dllllculUes mid the surrounding Balkan states. bout ships to bring tourists home. capital ot ScrvU, aro indicated, together with Sarajevo, In Uosnla. where Archduke Pranets Ferdinand and his wife were nssaaslnated, Rend the Little Want AcUl tot M HSOMC B e 1 RBECUEI brvhigton, Kentucky i i i SAT. AUG. 15 1914 We Will Have The Nominees of All The Political Parties Who will discuss the political questions of the day. Plenty The Biggest and Best Picnic given in the Couisty this year! Everything that goes to make a Picnic a Place of Pleasure wfl be on hand. No ex- 1 pense spared to make this a "Record Breaker" 2 1 speeches! OUR BARBECUED m D NNER! Vanities! will lie equal to any anywhere and will "tickle" the p&ate all Descriptions and and all on a high plane. Nothing that will not be amusing, elevating and of benefit Plenty to Eat, Lots of Fun, Quantities of Ice Water Everywhere, Lemonade, Etc. Music o! a variety not often found at a picnic and a Big Time for all who attend. Come ouf meet your Mends, discuss the questions of the day equal suffrage or what not hear 1he speakers and get a bag Barbecued Dinner. n Ascervsions! At intervals during the day PLENTY OF FINE REFRESHMENTS OF ALL KINDS and in quantities that will satisfy the most exacting. MUSIC BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL will furnish music that will make you forget any troubles you may have BRASS BAND!