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The Breckenridge news: August 12, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914081201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 12, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXIX FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1914. ':at no flg'.iUn.j of any Import-michas taken plnce nr.il Hint the Germana still arc at the lionler, wherp thoy have been for some days. Two Mon'pr.p?rln armies, one under command of Kin;; Nicholas and the other commanded by the crown prince, are marching to aid the Servians against the Austrlans. Two Japanesn squadrmi3 have left their base, wide sealed orders, nnd it Is presumed the are on their way to Talng Tan, the German fortified jhnso in the province porta e No. 6 PROGRESS OF THE WAR 1 IN EUROPE Germans Occupy the . EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION Next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Second Day for Loulsvllllans and Third Day for Everybody. Big Crowds Expected for the Opening. tttrticd toward Hardiushurg. Many new exhibitors will be there. Stall room has been engaged for some of the best stock in Kentucky. It will be a fine time to meet and shake hands with your frietuls. ooo Next Saturday at Irviugtou will be Barbecue day. Everyliody In that thriving town are pulling for a big time and a big day. Meet your friends there. STANLEY TO WORK FOR MRJECKHAM. His Hearty Support and Will Work Harder Than He Ever Has Before For His Election. NOT SULKING BUT SMILING. New Safe At The Bank of Cloverport of Klaochatt, China. IDEAL WEATHER PROMISED Town of Liege. ENTER ALSACE of By FAITHJAUCUM Miss Ruth Faith And Dr. Jesse Baucum Marry While Visiting At His Home At New Castle. An announcement of general interest is that of the marriage of Miss Ruth Faith and Dr. Jesse Baucum. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thos. Faith and has many friends in this city. Dr. Baucum is the efficient dentist who has been very successful ever since he has been here. The Henry County Local published at New Castle, the home town of Dr. FRENCH Advance Kaiser's Troops it MINOR NAVAL r Offset French Advance, ENGAGEMENTS War Ships Reported From Sev- eral Quarters Taking Part. . Baucum, gives account of the mar it riage as follows: Some days ago Dr. Jesse Baucum accompanied by his fiancee, Miss Ruth Faith, came here from Cloverport to visit his parents. On Friday last, the pair accompanied by Mrs. Jas. Horan, Stella and Willis Baucum motored to Madison in A. C. King's car, he acting as chauffeur. Arriving in 'Madison the twain were made one by the Rev. J. Twyman Boyer at 1 1 yO. After dinner, at Carrollton on the return trip, they came thence to New Castle and on to Louisville. From that city Dr. Baucum and wife went by train to Cloverport The bride is goodlooking, a fine girl, having made a good impression here. The groom, who formerly lived in New Castle, is a young dentist of moral worth and splendid standing, and is having much success in his chosen profession, in which he is an expert. Mr. Baucum is a son of our mer chant towns-maJ. J. Baucum. We congratulate the happy pair and wish them many years of prosperity and happiness. n, Rotterdam, Atlg. 10. A fierce battle has been raging since Sunday afternoon on the Meuse south ot Vise. A bridge over the river which wa3 rebuilt by the Germans for their advance was speedily destroyed by Belgian hells and two German regiments were mowed down by quick-firer- ? With the recent showers, nnd hopes for more rain this week, our Hreckenridge County Pair, is being looked forward to with keen enthusiasm and interest. liven if it should not rain again, the people will go just the same uud have that once Preparations are be a year good time. ing made as big as though there had been no drouth and President Robertson is'seeing to it that the eighth annual exhibition will be better than all the others. Mr. Ed Dillon, the secretary, has worn out pens and pencils, besides keeping a busy every day except Sunday, completing plans for the fair. The directors are all sure of the success this year as publjc gatherings of the county have been few and far between, and the people want to meet and see and hear what is going on in our county, before they settle down to fall and winter work Tuesday is entry day and exhibitors are urged to be on hand early and avoid delay. The first day is always the popular one for Floral Hall as all the articles are so sweet and fresh in their first arrangements. Wednesday is Louisville day, Louisvillians will be given a royal wel- type-writ- come and special committees will be ap pointed to make them have a pleasant visit, Besides being a big day socially large purses will be offered in the show rings. Premiums amounting to $135 will be given for the best combined stallion, mare, or gelding. Thursday is Every-bodyDay." A feature of this day is the consolation race for all horses not winning a race during the fair. Liberal premiums for sheep, beef cattle, dairy cattle, harness classes, saddle classes and saddle mares will be offered. "The Ilreckenridge County special premiums amounting to $55 will be given the first day for the best saddle mare or gelding held in Hreckenridge county. This class of horses must he owned, prepared and shown by our County exhibitors. ; The music and good tilings, to eat will The brass band please everybody. promises both morning and afternoon programs. Dinner will be served at the dining hall, but the dry season gives assurance of fried chicken and dressed eggs for the private dinners. Families may bring lunches so the noon hours will be scenes ot pertect Kentucky Hospitality, 's The Hank of Cloverport is installing this week a mob, burglar and fire proof safe. It cost $ 1500. The safe is unusual in shape and so heavy that a concrete foundation was necessary. It will be used for the cash deposits nnd the old safe for the IhxjUs only. The interior of the building is undergoing extensive improvement which will give the flank of Cloverport one of the most attractive banking places 111 Ken tucky. Bradley Loyal To His Constituents Had Senator Bradley lived, the claims due Kentucklans and other Southerners would have been paid at Senator this session ot Congress. Bradley, notwithstanding his political off color, was loyal to his constituents, and did more for them than any Sen ator Kentucky has sent there within the past twonty years. While he kept up on political matters, yet he never jeopardized the Interests of his people to play politics. It was a sad day for those Southerners holding legal claims against the Government when Senator Bradley died. Danville Messenger. The French and elglan armies have laid siege to Liege, which was occupied by the Germans. The French succeeded in reaching Liege and, working behind the Germans, cut off the retreat of the tnvaden. "London, Aug. 10. London, Aug. 10. The Germans have made a peaceful occupation of Liege, but the torts around the city still are holding out. The German attack on the forts has been suspended. Threats have been made to the city by the German commander that they wllTmount cannon on the old citadel overlooking the city and bombard the civilian Inhabitants if there is any revolt against their occupation of the city. German soldiers tell the citizens of Liege that they have been without 'food for forty-eigh- t hours at a stretch. !0ay and a night of which were occu-JlhiIn almost constant fighting, show-Inthat the German commissary has been badly handled. It Is reported that a large French army and the 0 British troops which landed in Belgium Saturday have joined the Belgians, but it is uncertain whether they will prepare to resist the Germans ai Namur, where the fortifications are much stronger than those at Liege. d g 22,-00- minutes, Mrs. Wilson sent for Dr. Cary T Grayson and said to him: "Doctor, if I go away promise me you will take good care of my hus WILSON band." DEATH It was her last speech of many words. In a few minutes she sank into President Prostrated By Loss a stupor and during the afternoon Hon- rallied only enough to speak In mono Of Helpmate-Congre- ss syllables. The announcement of her death was ors Her And Then Adjourns. made at the Executive offices by Funeral Monday At White Secretary Tumulty at S:l." o'clock, who said: House. "Mrs. Wilson died at 5 o'clock." 0. First .Visit Home From Texas In Twenty-Eight Washington, Aug. 7. (Special) As soon as the vote in the recent long-terKentucky senatorial race is tabulated Representative A. O. Stanley will take off his coat and go to work to elect the nominee. He said upon his arrival here, that if the nominee is himself he will, of course, bend all his energies upon the election. If the nominee is Mr. llcckham, said the Second district Congressman, lie will work harder than he ever lias before to make sure that the former Governor takes his seat in the Senate on March 4, 1915. "My friends and 1 have agreed, since the race is apparently very close," said Mr. Stanley, "to await the official count before giving up what hope may remain. As soon as that establishes the credentials of the nominee, if it is Mr. Heck haul, I shall wire him sincere and hearty congratulations and get on the job to e lecthimas energetically as he and the Democracy may desire." The Congressman wore a happy smile and his colleagues, who had read of the apparent primary result and feared a de pressed Stanley, congratulated him upon his party spirit aud philosophy. Mr. Stanley called at the White-Hous- e to present his sympathies upon the death of Mrs. Wilson anil his compliments to private Secretary J. P. Tu multy. y Years. John Drury, of Melvitt, Texas, is in Ilreckenridge county, for the first time years. 1 lungs were so in twenty-tou- r changed here that he had to call for guide to point him the way to his old home at Ilewleyville. He was just out of his teens when he left here. Mr. Drury is married and has four children. He owns a good farm and enjoys prosperity EPWORTHJ.EAGUE, Holds Annual Election-Mi- ss ted Le onora McGavock President With A Cabinet of Girl Friends Fine Year Promised. Will Move To Louisville. Mr. and Mrs Jacob Miller will leave August 15th for their new home, Lou isvllle, where their sons, Forrest, Jos-epand Marcus Miller, have positions, They will be accompanied by their daughter, Miss Helen Miller. The family will be missed in Cloverport, Mr. Miller was in the meat business here. Their many friends regret to see them leave, but wish them happiness and prosperity in the city. BURIAL AT ROME, GEORGIA The French Invade Alsace. $2,000 Loss By Fire. The French army which Is Invading . Alsace, after capturing Altklrch and Mattingly Bros, at Kirk, had a fine , Muehllwusen, have advanced to barn to burn on their farm near Kirk twenty-twmiles beyond Muehl-hause- last Friday night. It caught fire about Strais-hurgand forty mile3 from milking time, but how, they could not the present objective point of the tell. The barn contained 300 bales of invaders. Reports of the fighting at fine timothy hay. 21 loads of sheaf oats Altklrch Indicate that the French rout16 loads ed the Germans there after a succes- just cut and put in the barn, sion of bayonet charges, and the Ger- of loose hay, 65 bushels wheat, ISO mans fled In disorder to Neil Hrelsach. bushels, of rye, corn crib and tool house The Belgian war office hears that the Loss $2,000 with no insurance. They Germans lost' 30,000 men and the had just placed a poller on the barn Freuch 15,000 In the fighting. These with VV. C. Moorman to lake effect figures are believed to be exaggerated, Monday following. Muehlhausen was occupied without se- tIoub resistance, the Germans having abandoned the earthworks in front of District Sunday School the town. The Alsatians of MuehlhauConvention Here Soon sen welcomed tho French wildly, as be-The Kentucky Sunday School As deliverers. Clashes are reported ' tween French and German' cavalry In sociation will hold its district conven . the Belgian province of Luxemburg. tlon at the Presbyterian church in this city Sunday. September 0. Two State Military Movements Guarded. workers, the county president and sec The British admiralty announces an engagement in which a flotilla of Ger- retary and delegates from the district expected. The man submarines attacked a British Sunday Schools are program is being arranged for a profi cruiser squadron, presumably in the North eea. None of the British ships table and pleasant convention. Make was Injured, the admiralty reports your plans to attend. One of the German submarines wa? Gregory-Simpso- n sunk. British military movements are Wedding. carefully guarded, but Paris hears that Mr. Arthur Gregory and Miss Eliza troops to the transportation of British beth Simpson were married in Louis the relief ot Belgium continues. Iaiimo n nnAontlnna a rrn Itiufr T Jnwa ville last week. The Rev. Mr. Sanders ' apparently havo been suspended for solemnized, their marriage. Immedthe moment while a great German lately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs army is being concentrated In lownr Gregory came to this city where they Alsace to repel the French Invasion are the guests of Mrs. Clyde Morrison An Austrian army of 40,000 troops Is Col-ma- r, n o Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President, died at 6 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Her death resulted from Bright's disease, from which she had been a sufferer since she came to the White House. This trouble had been 'recently ag gravated by a general nervous break down which began when she was In jured by a fall on the marble floor at the White House in February, and was accelerated by the strenuous so cial season and over exertion in social betterment work. Mrs. Wilson had known since Weduesday that her death was near. With her at the end werJ the President and their three daughters, Mrs. Sayre, Mrs. McAdoo and Miss Marga Announcement lias been received here NOTES BY THE WAY from Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lee Brashear of the birth of a daughter, Eleanor Porter KNOW. Brashear July 25, at their home at Col umbia, Tenu. Tile baby is a niece of Mrs. C. M McGlothan of West Point Home Comings The County and has been christened for her great Mrs. Porter, who was the Fair Masonic Barbecue At optimistic character in the book, "Tern And pest and Sunshine. Irvington -- Personals PEOPLEJOU grand-mothe- Other Interesting Items. ATTRACTIVE TWIN VISITORS. ret Wilson. Visits Old Home. der just above Basic, Switzerland, to with tho Gormans against Pete Elder, of Terrel, Texas, came France, although Austria and Franco last week to visit his old home near not yet at war. An Austrian lieet in Mooleyvtlle, and relatives and friends 111 till AllrlnHl iraHinrltir In this end of the county. He has been Conflicting Reports. years and this is his away twenty-tw- o The German minister ut The Hague first visit home. Mr. Elder is a farmer reports that the Germans havo cai- - who raises corn and cotton, the latter He says crops lMI4tI llUIDUtl. LilU LUIIILUI US. k liuutllll being his main crop. are pretty good in his section of the Ived the German Invaders with great State. m. at. Petersburg, nowover. re- - The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the White House In the Historic East Room, where but a few months ago Mrs. Wil son witnessed the happy marriage of her daughter, Jessie, to Francis B. Sayre. The interment was on Tuesday afternoon at Rome, Ga., where Mrs'. Wilson spent her girlhood days and where her father and mother are buried. The services at the White House were private, but attended by the Cab-lne- f members, a few relatives and Intimate friends and committees from the senate and house. The trip South was made on a special train, leaving Washington at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon and reaching Rome yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Wilson's Last Words. Soon after 11 o'clock Thursday morning Mrs. Wilson was cheered by the knowledge that the Senate of the United States had passed the Johnson bill abolishing slums from the capital, for which she had worked zealously last fall. Earlier in the morning she had told the President that she believed she could go more cheerfully If she knew the bill was passed. The President, through Secretary Tumulty, communicated Mrs. Wilson's wish to Congress and the task of making the bill a law was undertaken with extraordinary haste." As soon as the President learned of the passage of the bill by the Senate he hastened to carry the news to the sick room. About noon, when the President was absent from the sick room for a few Mrs. K. E. Rhodes, of Owensboro, witli a pair of beautiful twins eight mouths old and a little sou, Russel, her sister, Mrs. E. K. Rhodes and little daughter, Jaunita, were curoute home Monday to visit their father Cliff Mattingly, at Axtel. Mrs. J. II. Rhodes, of St. Louis, with her little daughter, Martha was euroute Mrs, Albert LaHeist, of New Albany, to visit her father S. T. Smith, of Glen arrived Monday night to visit Mrs, Dean. Elizabeth Keith and old friends. She is certainly happy to be back in Cloverport Mrs. A. It. Jennings, of Witchita, Kan- again, Mr. and Mrs. LaHeist and their sas, is visiting her father Milton West, daughter, Mrs. Mary Gregory and family of Kirk. She had been to visit iter sis- expect to leave in the early fall for Den ter, Mrs. A. H. Payne, of Ilewleyville. ver, Colorado. Mr. Jennings is traveling auditor for Colliers, of New York. Go To Church Sunday. 000 The annual election of the Epworth. League was held last Tuesday night aud officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Miss I.eonara McGavock, president; Miss Margaret Burn, first Miss Susette Sawyer, second dent; Miss Jeanette Burn, third vice- president; Miss Mildred Babhage, fourth Miss Prancis Sawyer, secretary; Miss Eloise Nolte', treasurer, Mrs. V. C. Prank, Epworth lira Agent; Miss I.ula M. Severs, pianoist. Christian Convention. Tiie most tremendous task tlie League has ever undertaken is planned for The state convention of the Christian in raising a pledge of 17,"),' to be church will be held at Ashland, Ky. sent for Mission work in Cuba. This is August 31 September 3, 1914. A gengiven in free will offerings by the young erous invitation is extended to all mem people, many who give without solicita hers of that denomination to attend the tion . meeting. If you wish to go, write Mr, The League is also planning to send a. W. A. Manning, 701 E. Winchester, delegate to the International Epworth. Ave., Ashland, Ky. League Convention at Buffalo, Is. Y. next July. vice-pre1914-19- Eleanor Porter Brashear. Mrs. LaHeist Home. Pretty Birthday Party. Little Miss Katliriue Phelps celebrated the fourth anniversary of her bitthaay, Thursday afternoon at the home of het parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps. Her little friends brought lovely gifts and baskets of flowers in remembrance of her birthday. After playing games, the guests were invited in' the dining room where the table was beautifully arranged, the center piece being a large pink cake on which were four pink can, dies. The color scheme of pink was carried out in the ices. The assistants were: Misses Louise Weatlierholt, Eltu-nBurks, Mary Pate, Emily Reid and Addie McGavock. The guests were as follows: Artella Howne, Marion lichen, Annie Perry, Dorothy May, Margaret New soui, John McGavock, Lafayette Reid, Charles Reid, David Hehen, David Henry Conrad, Dorothy Cottrell, Char lie Lee Hamiiiau, Hilly Phelps, Katliriue Phelps. or 000 Mrs. Mattingly, of Cloverport, went to Glen Dean Monday. Sunday, August 30, has been set for Sunday at the Methodist church in this city. Everybody will ask Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cleuimoiis, of Chica- everybody to come and a glorious day is go, came in their machine last week to expected. Invite yourself and good visit his parents Mr. aud Mrs, Luther friends and be there at 11 a. 111. promtly Clemuions at Rockvale. Mr. Cleuimoiis has a machine and repair shop near ChiAssistants at Floral Hall. cago. He is doing .1 prosperous business. His visit home is a pleasant surprise for Mrs. Henry Trent who will be his parents. charge of Ploral Hall at the Hreckenridge County Pair will have the following as Marvin Heard and his two sous, M, D. sistants: Mrs. L. H. Reeves, Mrs. Paul Jr., and Ralph went to Louisville Mon- Conn) ton, Miss Hannah Heard aud Miss day in their machine. Nannie Kincbeloe. 000 000 000 Star aud Alf Sam Taylor, of Hardiusburg, went to Louis. ville Monday, 000 Ilassett, of Union 000 000 Mr. Halliday Here. V. T. Halliday, owner of Tar Springs,, was here from Chicugo lust week. Mr. Halliday is in good health and is still making large deals in real estate through the west. Doing Great Work. Rev. J. W. Hughes, of Klngswood, returned Monday from a camp meeting Heard, Lewis and Elder, contractors at Macto. He preached three sermons for the Masonic Hall at Hardiusburg Sunday and was so hoarse he could Bro have all their material 011 the ground and hardly speak abuve a whisper. Hughes generally puis his whole soul will begin building at once. Into his sermons and they have n telling effect on his hearers. He is doing a C. W. Homes, of Garfield, was in wonde'rful work for the cause of ChrisMonday. tianity, schools and the public uplift of Great Pair uext week. All eyes are the people. New Automobiles. Walls and Trent, of Hurdinsburg, have bought two new Pords for their livery business. One can call a "taxi" at swf hour at the couuty seat 000 o c IG Is what you will have at the days COUNTY FAIR 0 o Hardinsburg, Ky, S3 a S3 This Fair will be the Biggest and Best of all the Fairs Ever Held in Breekeitridge County. You can't afford to miss. It will be a o a Horse Show and Stock Show 0 The best display of fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Cattle, Sheep Hogs and a Great Show of Poultry. The stock men and breeders of Breckenridge county are taking hold of this department as they never have before which means there will be a fine showing of home grown stock as well as several stables from a distance. ine Racing Every Day Plenty of Free Ice Water Lots of Things For The Young and Old to See and Enjoy! make it a point to take three days off with your entire family and give them an outing at the Fair. Reduced Rates on the Henderson Route Main Line and Branch COME! ion COME! COME! 4 BIG REMOVAL CloveppoFt, Jo Stupendous reductions in prices during the month of August on the following lines: H. BR.OWN9 KyD Dry Goods,. Shoes, Queensware. Tinware. Enamelware, Harness. Hardware. Cutlery. Farming Implements. Fencing, Fertilizer and Paints. I will open out in my new stand September 1. 1914 TEACHERS AT Meets August INSTITUTE SHERIFF'S SALE! lly virtue of a judgement, No, 828 directed to me, which issued from the Quarterly Court in favor of K. II. Oglo-b- y I,.' I.ightfoot, I or one against Dr. of in v deputies, will, on Wednesday the I2th day of August, 191 between the hours of 12 o'clock, A. M.,and 4 o'clock P. M., at Cloverjwt ejK)sc to Public Sale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sati-f- y plaintiff's debt, interest and costs One Hay Stallion, four years old. Approximate debt, intercstand costs i 10.77 levied upon as the property of Dr. 1'. I,. Wghtfoot. Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of 3 months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of n replevin bond. A. T. Heard, S. 11. C. Ily W. C. Pate, D. S. t: HILL ITEMS. 31, Five Days Educational Coming Session-Spec- ial .Workers Every Teacher Expected. SPLENDID PROGRAM ON. Ilardinsburg, Aug. 10 (Special iTlie lireckenridge County Teacher's Institute will meet Atiuust Al.nml continue in ses . sion five lull days nt wlncli cacn ami every person who holds a certificate in this county or who contemplates taking the teacher's examination in September are by law required to be present Duiing this week we will have with us two instructors, Prof. T. S. Williams, of Augusta, Ky., and Sirs. Joe Kaemer, from the Model School in the Western .State. Normal, Howling Green, Ky. Those who have had the pleasure of Doing Good Business hearing Prof. Williams, can attest to his In Hawesville. superior ability as n Ucturer and Inis a primary Mrs. Kaemer structor. Mrs. J. S. who recently teacher of recognized ability among lead- f Tlllrclmsed flip Delarnette, I FriwpKvilli. iq llriki'rv nt will demonstrate souie ing educators and doing a good business there. She is asYof her methods by actual classwork uur- sisted in the bakery by her nephew Kit Ting the week. They sell about charge and fus ilall, of this city. With these Instructors in 125 loaves of bread a day to their town work promised by visiting members who customers, besides the cakes, pies, rolls, are noted educators also the local aid alof the and etc. They also ship bread every ways rendered by the young ladies other day to, Kockhaven, Stephensport, town in the way of music and reading, week of pleas- and Itolt. Mr. Barker, from Cantieltou, we expect to make this a Ind., is their baker. ure as well as profit to the teachers of the date AuKemembcr the county. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, -- Every community has a citizen who would rather wear nred sash and march nt the head of n procession than to have a million dollars. J. E House. Last Monday afternoon the home of Mr. Millard Frank anil Mrs. Frank was a scene of great merriment. The oe casion being the twelfth birthday an niversary of their daughter, Annie were: Eva Wroe, Lida Those prc-ienMay English, Cathlene Squires Mary Christina Hamman, Helen Kingsbury. Louise McCracken, Louise Nichols, Lillian Polk. Catherine McCracken, Mary Keil, Ruth Lamb, Cnlora Mae Seaton, Marion Keith, Ellzabsthlowu; Donald Gregory, James Frank, Frank Lamb, Leonard Weatherhoit, Homer Boyd, M. IJ. Sea'on. The afternoon was intersperced with games, music KRESS and refreshments. The presents were all nice but too numerous to mention except a nice piano from Mr. and Mrs t PUREST ONLY GOOD WEETEST WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY BEST Bob White MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Extra Fancy Self Rising Snow Drift, First Patent Snow Drift Hour is made under cleanly nnd sanitary conditions, is warranted AHSOLLTTlLY PUIUi and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesotneness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG It is WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! Hardinsburg host, costs no more than the rest- - why not use it? Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Frank. Clint Murray, wife and son, after spending a week nt their suburban home here, have returned to Rockport, Ind Some of the friends of Mrs Arthur Daughcrtv from the upper part of town and neighbors on the hill assembled at her home last Thursday after noon where a most delightful afternoon was spent. Refreshments were served. When the signal whistle from the shops reminded them that it was time to go home they left wishing for another like occasion. THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong gust 31. J. W. Trent, feupt. scrofula, pimples, rashes, duo to impure blood. etc., are The Case Of L. L. Cantelou. The case of L. L. Cantelou, Clarendon, Texas, is similar to that of many others who have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. He'says, "After trying a doctor for several months, and using different Ukinds of medicine for my wife who had Jjeen troubled with severe bowel complaint for several months, I bought a Colic, 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After usine the second bottle she was entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Burdock Blood Bitters as a cleansing blood tonic, is $1 CO at all stores. well recommended. Herman Melton and Mrs. Melton went to New Albany, Ind., last Friday and remained until Tuesday with his mother. Mrs. Roland and her visitor, Mrs. Amelia Cummins, from St. Petersburg, Fla., were entertained by Mrs Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Will Laslie left this Many a week to visit Mr. Laslie's parents at When in Need of Anything Come to us Cloverport Reader Will H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumh. I'liunr 18. Ranchman's Ad Gets Him Kentucky Girl. Ivvausvillq, Ind., Aug. 5. Miss Violet Merritt, aged twenty one years, of Stephensport, Ky ,and KdwardG. Dorman, a wealthy ranchman aged thirty-siwhose home is in St Louis, Mo., were married here. Dorman, who owns a ranch that is said to be worth about came here to look for men to . $150,000, work on the ranch, and while here inserted an advertisement in a local paper saying he wanted a wife. Miss Merritt answered him and the marriage was quickly arranged Qwettsboro Messenger. FARM For Sale! farm in Kough river and Hall's creek bottoms. 15 acres on hill, rest bottom land. This land will make 40 to CO bushels corn to the acre, Good cottage and tobacnow, co barn iiOxCO feet. Nicely located near school house and of a mile church. railroad station. from 70-ncr- o Ono-cighth West View. Miss Rebecca Lamb, of Patesville, is School opened Monday with a better visiting Mrs. D. R. Milburn this week. Miss May Lamb reports a delightful Miss Maud attendance tlfan usual. Smith, of Hardinsburg, and Willie ten days visit to her cousin, Miss Alia Basham, of Harned are the teachers. Lamb, at Tobinsport. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney and Don't fail to attend the big picnic at Irvington next Saturday. Forest Clark were at the Satterfield James Pate, of Decatur, III., is at home last Saturday. home visiting his pa.ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Glasscock, of Saufran-cisco- , r, R. S. Pate. Cal., and Miss Ira L. of Carmi, 111., were guests of Milt Davis is on the sick list. S. E. Tucker Is building a new home. Mrs. Armstrong last Monday. Misi Jennie Hardin, of Brandenburg, Mrs. Ncrton, of West View, is visarrived last week and is at Mrs. Hillary iting herdaughter, Mrs. G. P. Macy. Hardin's, Huse Alexander, of near Mook, had Attend the barbecue at Irvington, one mule killed and another injured by Saturday August i5. lightning this week. Misses Katie, Dora and Fannie The biggest and best fair ever held Lishen, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. in the county will exhibit next week. gone to Evansville for a Come join the home coming event of Kramer, have vibit. the year. Mrs. Harry Clark, of Tell City, was Leonard Homes, who has been in Friday. Illinois for a few months, has returned the guestof Mrs. Edmondaou Annie Frank, accompanied by her home. a V. G. Gcodman .suffered an attack cousin, Robert Tinlus, attended picnic at Mount Joseph, near Holt, last with his heart Friday. Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Gray and son, John Lewis, Jesse Isom is adding more rooms to have gone to Cloverport for a few days his cottage he recently built before leturning to their home in Mrs. Laurence Weatherhoit, of FriMrs. M, M. Tucker Is visiting Mrs. Tobinsport, passed through town day on her way to Louisville. She had R. F. Mattingly this'week. gotten something in her eye and had Miss Rosa Edwards, of near Mook, been advised by Dr. McDonald to'see a has returned home after several days specialist. While here she stopped visit in Louisville. with her sister, Mrs. Marion Weather-hol- t. C. M. Aldrige, of Mook, is helping B. E. Gray in his blacksmith shop. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bennett have Miss Lucy Mattingly, of- - McQuady, moved into Roscoe Laslie's house. visited at West View last week. Funk-houseo. Feel Grateful For This Infor- mation. If your back gives out; Becomes lame, weak or aching; If urinary troubles set in, Perhaps your kidneys are "in way. Pcslilcncr flitllman House Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office 11 Over Farmers Bank bad Don't Pills. delay use Doan's Kidnev Here is good evidence of their worth. Mrs. G. W. Fitzgerald, W. Fifth street, Owensboro, Kv.. says: "I wish to say that Doan's Kidney Pills are a good kidney remedy. I had backache day and night and the kidney secre tious caused me much annoyauce. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and had not taken many btfore I was greatly relieved. I can now sleep soundly, the headachts have left and my back is strong." A Permanent Cure. On February 20. 1012, Mrs. Fitzgerald said: "I have not hod to use Doan's Kidtiey Pills since they cured me years ago. You are at liberty to use my former endorsement." Price ."();, at nil dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Fitzgerald had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. Foster-Milburn I jy kl uKjJ f nearby fountain wonderfully cooling there's a and refreshing drink awaiting ver at you" " m W II if ts .irftiyt Here There Everywhere-g i II u Mrs. C. L. Bruington and children and Miss Lillian May attended Presbytery at Hanesville last week. The Cumberland W. M. U, will meet with Mrs. Jim Baker Thursday. Misses Mary nnd Tula Mattingly, of West View, visited relatives at last week. John Butler was In Fordsville Thursday. The B. W. M. S. will meet at the Baptist church Saturday. All members are asked to be present. For furthor information write A, M. WEATHERFORD. Sunny Dale, Ky. Whenever You Need a dcncral Tuko Grove's ter. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a The Twenty Year Test. General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propcrtiesof QUININE "Some twenty years ago I ucd and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Builds up the Wliole System. 50 cents. rhoea Remedy," writes Geo, W. Brock, publisher of tho Kntcrprise, Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it was a quick If You Have Produce and safe cure for diarrhoea. Since For Sale in Louisville. then no one can sell me anything said to bo 'just as good.' During all these years l havo used It and recommended This office has been selected to help It many times, and It has never disap(low to Cure a Sprain. to extend the facilities of the parcel pointed anyone," For sale by all deal post servlcn by bringing producer and ers. A spralrr may be cured in about the time required by the usual consumer in closer touch with each treatment bv applying Chamberlain's other, especially In the case of farm Memorial Notice. It Is desired that all Liniment and observing the directions produce who have country produce for Memorials are Inserted In the with each bottle. For sale by all dealNews at the rate of 5 cents per sale notify the Postmaster at Louiser!. ville, Ky., what produce they have for line. Please do not ask us to publish sale, such as butter, eggs and general them without charge. John D. produce. When a sufficient number of one-third pro-duce- rs Breck-enrldg- names are received thev will be com piled nnd printed nnd distributed to persons In this city who would likely make use of such lists. In this wav the producer will find a market for his pro duce and the customer will find where produce mav be readily obtained through the Postmaster nt Louisville, Ky., who is desirous of to Tonic the greatest possible extent In this mat- Lw ' untsor Bottled II These Good Dealers Sell Parfay Gibson's Confectionery Position At Allen Kingsbury Compliment To Engineers. Southern Railway engineers who have made exceptionally good records in keeping their Iji'omotives In good condition are to be honored by having their names painted ou the panels of their cabs. In announcing this new plan. andGeneral Manager 13. II. Coapmnn states that it has been adopted as a mark of Southern Railway's appreciation of the interest which Its engineers have taken In the condition and appearance of their locomotives. Danville Messenger. For earache, toothache, pains, burns. scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic 011, a splendid remedy for emergencies. Lexington. Dear I'r.clo John; - I enclose here with chei'k for one year's tubierlption to th News, beginning with the issue of Aug. 5th. I certainly appreciate your kindness in seuding it to me grat Is while in college. I have charge of tho dairy and creamery on this farm. Hope all Is well with you and yours. Yours truly, V. A Babbaze, caro of Idle Hour Farm, August tl, 1114. Lexington, Ky. Invigorating to tho Palo and Sickly The Old Standard general itrtugth-nlo- e tonic. CRO VIT8 TASTKLKSS chill TONIC, drive out Malatia.enrichet the blood .andbuilda untheay-Um- . A true touic. For adult and children. 50c SubscribeToday THE BRECKENR1DGE J,0. I). U VUBAtit. NEWS, Wait! 1914 Editor and Publisher "Utivi ..very Wednesday. AUGUST 12, COMING ...THE.. "GOLDEN ROD" Wait! CLOVErJPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, THE PRUDENT MAN' IS NEVER OUT OF A JOB AND WITHOUT MONEY IN THE BANK mam EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, ami 5c for ench additional Insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money in Advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct pleau otify us. Emerson Floating Theater Wednesday, August 19 Presenting a Big Scenic Production ol the City Success well-Know- n "AMY OF THE CIRCUS With sIX new nml novel vaudeville nets ns nn added attraction mid nn entire change of program from our former visit. . fM.il.1 .,f Tlu. I1!..... n...t Itu !...... " luuay, milieu muuiiu II . .uiiu iV P'ny Vlf ...1t.Tipuntni'tml ever oroduced. F .. -- 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United Slates Senator, Full Term The original New York production with its tons of scenic and electrical effects and the same n. produced thereat $1.50 and $2 prices. Without doubt the most magnificent presentation of any play that has ever been produced on a Show llont, nnd it is one that holds the audience spelMwuiHl. NOTIv No Kxtrn Charge will be made for this production, prices will remain the same as heretofore. Regrets won't bring back the money you have extravagantly spent. One sure friend to a man in trouble is MONEY in the bank. But the man who banks his money is the man who gains the confidence of his employer and holds his job. Money in the bank also means GRED1T and GONFIDENGE. No man can afford not to have the confidence of his fellow men. J. C. W. BECKHAM For United States Senator, Short Term and J. N. CAMDEN For Congress I Additional Locals. Dr. I. W. Meador, Custer, was called be to Webster Friday to see T. C. Sim mons who is very 111. Mrs. Wm. Shell'man. Union Star, was In Irvington Friday shopping. Mrs. Sallic Gross, Holt, was In Hardinsburg Wednesday on business. W. C. Moorman, Miss Bettle Webb. Hon. D. C. Moorman, Glen Dean, were In Louisville Wednesday. Thos. Rhodes, Hardinsburg, was in Louisville last week buying fall goods. Kvcrvthlng new but the name, "Emerson's Golden Rod." Miss Lula Severs Is returning today from Ashland, Ky. She will bo accompanied home by Mrs. Roscoe Severs and little daughter, Miss Mary Emily Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 BEN JOHNSON AM ERICA N RED CROSS TO SEND AID. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. The American Red Cross will at once- charter a steamship to fitted as a R d Cross hospital ship and sent to Europe to assist in war relief work. The .ship will carry hospital units consisting each of three Red Cross physicians and twelve nurses. These units will be assigned to the several countries engaged in war as circumstances may direct. This ship sailing under the Red Cross flag, will bounder the protection of the treaties of Geneva and The Hague, and san enter any harbor for the discharge of its beneficent duty. Tho Red Cross ship will be painted white with a red band around the hull and red crosses on the stacks. It will ily tho Red Cross Hag and also the tlag of the country in whose waters it may be. During the war with Spain thousands of dollars were sent by the European Red Cross societies to the American Red Cross to aid in the care of our sick and wounded soldieis. Now in the hour of their of humansupremo need thu American Red Cross, both for the to express our gratitude for their aid to us in the time of ity and tioublo and distress, has decided to help each country involved. The American Red Cro.-- s is appealing to all our people, to the Governors of Slates, to Mayors of cities, to Chambers of Commerce, lodges, chinches, associations and individuals for contributions to carry on this work. Contributions may be sent to the American Red Cross, Washington. D. C. and they will be sent to relieve the agony of the Red Cross represented by of suffering men, in the true its motto, "Neutrality-Humanity." What Every Woman Wants for Herself is Sterl- THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. ing Silver A Card Case A Church 1 Photographic Wa Contest Purse I A Coin Purse A Vanity Case j) For Amateurs Two prizes will be awarded August 21st. All amateurs are Wl eligible to enter. Don't cost a penny to enter. Utiles gov- m crmng contest mailed to any one on request. Sb A Fan Chain A Pocket-hoo- k Severs. Mrs. T. H. Henderson and Mrs. Mc- Gary visited relatives in Hardinsburg last week. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Crutcher, Web- S ster, are at French Lick, Ind., for ten days' vis t. Are you going to the Circus? Ask Emerson's Golden Rod about It. Mrs. Allen Claycomb, Raymond, Is Just received Hat Pins Beautiful lino of lifts for Summer occasions 3 line of Tooth Brushes; hard, soft a and medium bristles trom oc to doc first-clas- s Latest out in box stationery, calling cards, correspondence cards, gold edge and plain, 10c to $1.50 in SS i MASONIC BARBECUE SATURDAY. The Masons all over the country are making plans to attend the Masonic barbecue at Irvington Saturday of this week. Durng the last fourteen years the people of Irvington have been coming to Cloverport to our barbecue, and this year the Masons and their be glad to return tho visits and show them friends of this city, in the past. gratitude of their Dame Fashion is the first victim of the war. She lies stark and dead, with the little sewing girls, the miinequins and the lovers of pretty clothes weeping while she rests in state behind the drawn Ilowmer. The French designers Mr. Edward McDonald, of lillzabeth- curtains of the great l'arasian down their chalk and scissors and are now town, Is visiting at The Castle. and cutters have laid See seasoned soldiers. Will tho American designers be able to rise to Golden the funny clown on Emerson's Kod. the emergency, and will our women be satisfied with Mrs. Miller, of Stephensport, was styles? here Sunday the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ferry. Misses Mary Nevitt, Myrtle Lyddan, Take particular pains to ho pleasant to the visitors in your midst. Kllie Kendall, Lena Roberts and Mr. Go out of your wav to speak to them, give them a cordial welcome Bernard Carter, of Irvington, were and inuke them feel they are wanted, and you will lind yourself en- guests of Miss Margaret Carter from Friday until Monday. Messrs Tom and joying their visit as much as they are themselves. Floyd Carter gave a to Tar dres-inaker- visiting her father, David Sutton, near Hardinsburg. Cloverport people in Louisville re cently: Mrs. Henry May and daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. Ben Kldgeway and son, James Franklin, Miss Martha Willis, Randall Ross. All the boys love "Amy, The Circus Rider." See the Golden Rod. Mrs. William Hall spent Tuesday in Stephensport. Wm. Bowmer, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER a 6 (3 Wn Kftll nil Si. 00 sift rmtnnr, Mod large stock on hand nil the time. us servo vou. I Hor.-e- s hnttln-nr. for fin 00: n Think about this and let ( i Hardinsburg, Kentucky tp Feed your Hogs, Cows nnd less feed and they will fatten faster. WE WANT YOUR MAIL ORDERS "SALVET" it will take Alexander's New Home. Ed Alexander, of IrvlnRton, is moving into his handsrme new store building this week. This is a splendid building, large and roomy and equipped with all the modern improvements in fixtures, heat and light. The upper story is finished up for living apartments and are bright, cheerful and comfortable. This home of Mr. Alex ander's is a credit to his good judgment and business ability and n credit to the town and community. J. K. Bramlette was the coutractor and builder. The brick work was done by Ed Whitehead of this city. A. II. Kchlnlerdid the plastering; Luther Wilson and M. Lockard the finishing; Shfreman Bros.-- , Kockport, Ind., thu painting, and the Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., furnished the material. I I 1 Kincheloe's Pharmacy The Quality Store Hardinsburg, Ky. s. home-mad- e For Sale One frame dwelling with all modern improvements on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance on eay payments. Also ono cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also bo sold on easy terms. two-stor- y i hay-rid- e Springs In honor of A great deal of sympathy has been expressed tor Mr. Wilson among Our people. His deep bereavement in tho loss of his devoted helpmate has caused a sorrow as sincere as though wo knew the guarantees. Mr. and Mrs. President personally. little daughter. day. An entire change from our former visit is whiit Emerson's Golden Hod Will Schmitt and Miss Marv Louise the guests Satur Schopps In War Zone. Washington D. C. Aug. 10 Samuel S. lilltz, of Louisville, advised Representative Sherley that his wife and brother-in-law- , William J. Schopp, of Stephensport, are in Germany, and that they may be In distress. They arrived in Hamburg July 25, and are now believed to bi visiting relatives in Koenigsburg, Prussia, Mr. Blitz Is anxious to get into communication with them as soon as I Schmitt, of Louisville, are visiting at Ben Johnson's majority will bo about 7,500 in the district. Col. Welcome Hull. Messrs Fladge and Ben is a good runner and a good stayer on his job. He never left his Eugene Elder, Elder, of Paris, have of Richmond, been visiting at the home of Mrs. post during the primary only to como home to vote. Richard Carter. Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky The barbecue next Saturday at Irvington and tho Fair next week Meet Mr. Babbago at both places. He likes to shake hands and meet his friends like other people. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our thanks to our many friends for their kindness during the illness and death of our baby. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hendrlek, Jr. at Hardinsburg. Judgo .1. R. Layman is prosperous under Democratic rule. Ho is saving money and buying more land. We hear of Judgo Layman's farm methods quoted quite often. When Col. Percy Haly and Rob Phillips get behind a man they generally pull him through. They are men that never lay down or sleep on their job. 111 EXCURSION! SUNDAY, AUGUST 16th It uext week. will break Vic Robertson's heart if tho Fair isn't a success Let everybody go and save that grear, big heart of his. To Louisville and Return The Stanloy men are falling into line beautifully. carry the State 25,000 to 150,000. Beckham will This glorious rain brings great relief to us all und everybody thankful for it. is Special train leaves Cloverport nt Louisville at 8:30 p. 111. S1.25 Round Trip 7:01 DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... a. m., returning leaves Office Hours: DENTIST f ss'&pTk Always la office dating ofltce uouri IrvkHlM, Ky. For further information "Ask the Agent" C!6e Breckenridgo News 13. 1914 WEDNESDAY, AVG. Entered at tlinl'ontomtc at Uotcrpurt. lis as Hocomlclasi matter . , Cloverport School Opens aKZ3Sl3X3B3XXXSZIil THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN 21 ADVERTISING BY THE ' QENEHAL OFFICES , NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES IUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS f 2.G0 For Precinct mid city Offices $ 5.00 For County Offices f 16.00 for State nnd District Offices 10 For Calls, per Hue 10 For Cards, per Hue For All Publications In the inter-- . est ol Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line while at the GREAT BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR. We will have on display tarm machinery conthe most sisting ot Wheat Drills, Corn Planters, Harrows, Gas Engines Silo Fillers, Feed Cutters, Feed Grinders, Wagons, Buggies. up-to-da- te To make our display your headquarter 2 I Monday. I September 7th I a few days ex- All School Books will be on Sale in The new State adoption will necessitate changes. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About People al Home and Abroad These machines will be in demonstrative action and will show the machines as they would be in the field in actual work. CCome to the Great Breckinridge County Fair and make our display your headquarters. You can exchange an old Speller for a new Speller; First Reader for a new First Reader; an Advanced Arithmetic for the same grade of Arithmetic, and so on at exchange price. This will greatly reduce the cost, of course. No hook LTnder is subject to exchange UNLESS IN pub- GOOD CONDITION. State adoption the profits to the lisher, the depository and the dealer are so small, that cash for school books is required. Ranrfall Monday. Itoss went to Louisville Miller Winn, of Lcuisvllle, was here ' last Week Eugene Smith has returned home from Illinois. Attend the Masonic Barbecue at Saturday. Edwin Foote, of Irvine on, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. T. H, Manning, Mooleyvllle, is Visiting relatives at Owensboro. Miss Sallie Lee Pate, of Owensboro. Is the guest of Miss Claudia Pate. Miss Grace Height Benton, of Louisville, Is visiting Miss Pearl Boyd. Mrs. H. B. Pierce and Mrs. Wallace Vr Pierce have returned to Louisville. Misses Luc Hall and Carrie Tucker were In Louisville Monday shopping. -- y Mrs. Mary Spire, Louisville, is visit-j,fu- g her brother, Dr. Spire, Mooleyville. Mrs. Louise Haau and little daughter are visiting Mrs. Stanley Mattingly. Mr. Carl Balls, of Athens, Ohio, was the guest of Miss Kebecca Willis Sunday. Miss Zelma Lay and Miss Roberts, Stephensport, are visiting relatives at Holt. Skillman and Jarboe are grazing a nice bunch of cattle on their farm near Skillman. Mr. and Mrs. Nat McCoy and chll dren. of Evansville, are visiting rela tives here. Mrs. Ernest Robertson, of Glen Dean, is at Dawson Springs for a two weeks' stay. r Airs. Carl Benton and children, of jouisville, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mattingly. C. J. Cox has returned to his home near Hardinsbur; after spending several weeks in Lewlsport. Mrs. Compton, of Corydon, Ky., re- - turned home Sunday after a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Cooper. Mrs. Ernest Boyd, who underwent an operation at the Jewish hospital last week, is getting along nicely. ODr. E C. McDonald and Mrs. McDonald expect to attend the Breckln V ridge County Fair Louisville Day. Miss Nancy Dawley, of Louisville, arrived Saturday evening to visit her cousin, Miss Annie Murray Ferry. Miss Nell O'Bryan, Bawling Greeu, who has been visiting relatives at Mooleyville, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Marion Kyan, of Louisville, Is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. George Weatherholt and Mrs. J. C. Weather-hol- t. Irv-lngt- 3. F. BE ARB & CO. HARDINSBUGR, KY. Monday niyht to go to Tar Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Wave Roff and son, Marion Clay Roff, spent the week-enat the home of Mrs. William Hall of Webster. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of Kansas Clt) arrived Saturday night to pass a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe. Mr. and Mrs. James Skillman, of Louisville, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Mrs. J. H. Rowland and Mrs. Amelia Cummlr.gs went to Hardlnsburg Satur day to spend the week end with Mrs. Eliza Taylor. William Tabeling returned home from New York last week, postponing his visit to Germany on account of the European wars. Frank Howlett, of Allen, Texas, is visiting his uncle, Robert Bell, at He reports dry weather and short crops in Texas. Mrs. Emma Skillman and son. James Skillmon, have returned from Webster. Mrs. Skillman has sold her farm and will make her home in this city. Russell Penn, of Rome, Ind., spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Stanley Mattingly. Mr. Fenn was enroute to Evansville where he has a position. Mr. Clarence Keith and daughter, Miss Marian Keith, of Elizabethtown, will return home this week after p. vis-I- t to his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Keith Willis Green and sister, Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough are spending several weeks at Chautauqua, N. Y. Mr. Green and Miss Green will be East rived d Irv-Ingt- J. C. NOLTE & CLOVERPORT, KY. BRO.f 5 and Mary McGavosk, Miss Ara Williams, Messrs Andrew Ashby, Mike Tucker. William Mitchell, Fred Pierce and Randall Weatherholt spent Sunday at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ireland at Skillman. Note Advertisers when you vviint w 2l r t s plc:iM' notlfv tliu editor discontinued For Sale Mule and Wagon. COIt SAM! Onneuod liravy work mull1. years old, and :i.lneli All persons having claims ngninst the wagon. I'rk'ii 'owon aIwtli. II, .1Owi'hsuoro liolierts, testate of Charles SiiniiiSj deceased, will iiariiinsiiuri;, Ky. please present the same properly proven, For Sale Mule and Cow as required by Law, to the Dank of COIt SAIZJ-I'l- no unrk mill alsoom fresh milch row ultli k Trust Co., Hardinslmrg, Ky. iildcair. Win. O'Kellly, L'loverport. Ky. Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., u; tuo-wee- NOTICE. WANTED! I Man of integrity and habits m to take one-ha- lf interest and assist in running a local business which U has no competition. Best paying II opportunity for a live man on the M d o-no- Administrator. lOOKjTEMS. Crops are looking very bud owing to the continued drouth. Several from here huvc been attending the camp meeting nt Kingswood. Rev. Hunt, of Hardinsburg, is teaching a singing school at Fair View. For Rent River Bottom Farm GOU KENT Fine river bottom farm of lit! acres. (1. od tenant home and cash rent; halanee In lns. Terms partparticulars Inquire of payMrs, ments Further Kimna llurdln. Holt. Ky. WANTKD-Mn1T M Cood waires fur enridjra News. Wanted n Man and Wife and wife for farm work I nth Apply to llreck For Sale Chickens. COI! SA1.K At reasonahlu urlces a few Itlco l.hodu Is'and Mens. CocUerels and I'ullets. ;. U. hvai.s. llnrdlnshurx. Ky. 1 Hi jpj Little .Joseph Patterson, of near Caneyville, is with his grandmother, Mrs. Artie Allen. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Cris Smiley wus ouried at Fair View Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith and little daughter, Grace, of West Viow, spent the wt ek end with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Arms, of Racine. Mrs. James Tucker and daughter, Miss Minnie Tucker, of Owensboro, have been the guests of Leo Tucker and family. School hero is progressing nicely with Mrs. Ilullie Smiley us teach er. Charlio Smiley and Hubert Mattingly, who have been in Illinois atid Iowa since March, returned to their homes at West View. They report crops good where they have been. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Smith wore in Hardinsburg Monduy having dental work done. Huco Alexander lost a span of mules Monday by lightning. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davisou have returned to their home at Falls of Rough after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Dosia Drano. For Sale Small Farm COK SALE Smalt f.irtu. 4.1 acres. I mil eastof llardliisbiirg; lino Improvements. I'ienty or line, mill unci kii.hi. everlasting .siirira near House. Apply to ai. :s. KoDtilus, llardinshiiri;. Ky. 1 uiuu rvtvci uciwccii id : u. iuuisviuc r n aiKi i Dr. Jesse Baucum PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RESIDENT i I m Paducah. Address Lock Box 184, m Cloverport Ky. I Ky. Oflice Opposite, Oclzo's Drug Sure V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency Have you provided Feel secure when thev know their monev lodged in our burglar:proof safe. DEPOSITORS is safelv two months. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society was entertained by Mrs. Jas. Cordrey Monday afternoon, A splendid program was rendered, after which delicious refreshments were served. Miss Ruth Hall, of Louisville, who is spending her vacation at Hardin Grove, Ind., was the guest of Misses Lucy and Pearl Hail a part of last week. She will return to Louisville for your family death ? in case of your "SAFE BANKING" is Have you made provision for your own old age? what depositors want and is what they are assured of when they enter the portals of this bank's door. BANK HERE AND FEEL SECURE! II not, you' had better do so at once, by buying one of those good lowest cost policies with the Union Central C. L. BEARD, Agent. Hardinsburg, Ky. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and Mrs. Jas. B. Randall and Mrs. II. D. son, Hugh Barrett Severs, left ThursBoss spent Thursday in Hawesville day for Louisville to visit her parents, with Airs. Dwiglit Randall and her rel- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barrett. Enroute they stopped at Ekron for a visit to atives. relatives. Mrs. Evelyn Clark and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Grand Covington, ar- Miss Evelyn Clark, of Rapids, Michigan, are staying at the Duncan House. Mr. Williams has been made foreman of the L., H. & St. L. round-houssucceeding Mr. Shelby Conrad, who resigned, FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. x J. C PAYNE, Cashier Best Class of GROCERIES! Fine Canned Goods. To My Friends and Patrons: I wish to thank you for kind pntrnnasro for thu last CO days and to announce to the public that I am now ready to you onco more in a :encral way, as my Full lino is now coming in and it will pay you to look before buying cUowhcrc. My prices are as low as is consistent with jood quality and 1 am quite sure that I can mako you feel that you can save money by trad-iiij- r with me. My Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Good Butter. Fancy Groceries Delicious Cakes Besides our complcto grocery lino wo havo "Gee Whizz . makes your feet feel good. There is a whole world of comfort in a "Gee Whizz" foot hath. It stops suffering from tired, sore, sweaty achy, burning and tender feet. A Big Box for 25c 1 J. Remember the name "SI "GEE WHIZZ" Wedding's Drug Store, The Homiol Quality CL0VERP0RT, KY. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Harper and baby, Magdalene, of Sebree, Ky., left Saturday for Camden, Tenn.,. where they will visit the parentsof Mr. Harp Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days er. On their return trip they will visit Your druccltt will refund money If PAZO Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harville at Rus OINTMENT falls to cute any case of Itching, Blind, BleediuK or Protruding Pllci in6 to 14 days. sellvllle. The first application elves Uase and Rest 20e. Miss Llllie B. McGlothlan, of Owens boro, Is at Battle Creek, Mich.,, mak Porch Party. ing a study of food values and baths at Woodrow, Ky. , Aug. 6. (Special. the Battle Creek sanitarium. Miss Mc Aug. ti, at the home of her Glothlan Is enjoying the cool atmos father, S. A. D.wm, at Rowland Farm, phere of Michigan as well as equipping Mrs. Pearl SeCusuiu Kave a delightful herself for her professional work in porch party In honor of her guests, Owensboro. Mrs. Williams nnd daughter, of LouisMrs. Roai Whitehouse left Saturday j ville. Covers were laid for the followfor Mattingly to spend several weeks ing: Mr. and Mrs W. A. Helms nnd after which she will go to West Point little son, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. to visit Mr, and Mrs. . Richard White-hous- Clint Elliott; of Buras; Mr, and Mrs. J. Mrs. Whitehouse will return YV. Blair, Locust 1X111; Mr. and Mrs. J. here to spend the winter with her son, 10. Bruner and children, Woodrow; Mr. Fred Whitehouse and Mrs. White-hous- Mrs. F, J. Williams and Miss Beatrice Williams, of Louisville, Each one left Misses Jeannttte Burn, Klolse Nolte, thanking Mrs. SeCuskia for their day Mildred Babbage, Virginia, Leonora of enjoyment. e. e. Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and Soda Water We Fill Special Orders for Ices Prompt Delivery. Dress Goods and Clothing aro of tho vory latest and at prices to suit the times. Allen Al. Kingsbury, Sippet's Old Stand Cloverport, Ky. BRING VIE YOUR PRODUCE Mr. Brabandt in Hardinsburg During the Fair. V. G. Hrabandt, the photographer, will be In Hardinsburg next week during the fair. He will be at his studio week and will pay tho highest market price ing to seo you soon, I am yours truly, I want lots of Mutter, K:gs and Chickens for tho fair next for same, so trust in the morning and at the fair grounds In the afternoon all three days. T. A. 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Their leliability and historical interest c;n be judged by the fact that the very conterative French Academy publicly recommends them. ! The personal reminiscences A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS Hy special arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The National W'ccl.ly, nc are alile to give these aluablc ami interesting Memoirs free with a ) car's subscription lo Collier's and this publication, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of the two papers. Only a limited ipiantity of these Memoirs is aailable, however, so to get the benefit of this special otfer you must act (piickly. WHAT YOU GET IN COLLIER'S Collier's is the one bin, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole country. Its editorials arc quoted by every paper in the Union. It stands alwas for the best interests of the greatest number of Among its contributors are such titers as George the people. Randolph Chester, author of " Wallingfcrd," Mrs. W. 11. Gardner. The ice cream supper given by the Masons, Saturday was a success. Owing to tlie long and continued How To dive Quinine To Children. drouth the farmers are much discouraged. rnilRILINE Is the mm. frivrn In an Most of the tobacco and corn crop will iniprot til Quinine. It Is n Titleless Syrup, pleas, be a failure. lint to take and dots not disturb the stomach. Children take it Bint never kuow it li Qulnins. Mrs. K. A. lllaine lias returned from Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor Martinsville Ind , much improved in cause nenotiMKss norrineine in the head. Tty health. trade-mar- Attend the Mionic Ilnrbccitc nt Ir vingt'iM, Sitturduy. Mr. Henry Tnftit and sou. Clnrcme were in Tell City, Saturday. (.'hn.,. Calvin and l'cter I.ocsch were ImsineM visitors to Cntmelton, Saturday. I.oyd Payne left Sunday night for Hutchison Kiiusfls. Owen Cnlviti, of Louisville, is visiting relative here. Miss Hess and tile Misses (loffinet, of Tell City, are viitiitg at the home of N. ll.JSandcrs. Gabbcrt, of Louisville, Rev. N". fulled to fill his apiKiinttnetit at the Hap list church Sunday. The regular services will be on the fourth Sunday of this month. Tracy Oockrell, who teochea in Mich igan, arrived Tuesday to spend his vaca lion with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. John Cockrell. .Mrs. Yon.i Roland and Miss Ilnttie Weierhatiser, of Cmmelton, who have been visiting friend-- , here, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Minnie Kinder, who has been in Oklahoma., with her son, I'loytt, who had t phoid fever, returned home Vri- d.i. I'loyd accompanied her home. Hugh Gardner, of I.ewisjwrt, was here last wtek putting down a drive well for his father, C. S. Gardner. The county drainage ditch was begun Monday. The men who are digging 'l are lainpinj; in the old school house. Misses MHyme Polk, lieatrice Payne, Mary Parrish and Mrs. Jess Stith were in Cloverport Tuesday. Webster Taylor is visiting his daughter .Mrs. Hugh Gardner, of Lewisport. Dr. Itichard Anderson and family, of Louisville, visited at his brother's, Alec Anderson's last week. Mrs. Jack Hartley, of Kvansvillc, and Sherley Kngland attended the funeral of thtir grandmother, Mrs. Rodana Finch Sumhiv. Thomas Groves took a load of nice peaches, to Cannelton, Wednesday. Mrs. Roxaua Finch died nt her home Friday afternoon at five o'clock. She had been a constant sufferer and in a helpless condition for several years. The nearest relatives she leaves is one son, James Ungland, of this place, and two grandchildren, Mrs. Jack Hartley and Sherley Hnglaud, of Kvansvillc. The funeral was conducted from the liaptist Church, of which she had been a member for sixty two j ears, by Prof. Abe Powell, of Owensboro, liurial was in liaptist Cemetery. Mrs. Nat Ahl, of Moewemiea, III., is visiting her son. Alec Ahl. Rev. Gussie Cooper,- - of Russelville, Ky., visited Miss Myrtle Hawkins, Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs, Jennie Clark, of Cannelton, is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Ryan. L. C. TAUL Insurance'Offico Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the UV S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS Wo pny tlio lostngo both ways on nil packages Are. or over. Work Prompt ininniiitt'eit unliveries 111 sanitary packages. you upon reference. Will credit Wrlto for lnlorniiitloii. liottor. still, send trial Immlle. Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. llrst-cluss ecry vlrw of some of I ho beauties of fern!- the eleventh animal Kentucky State Fair in liii::. The entiiliigiie for the twelfth annual Kentucky State fair, In largely augmented uud UstH to be held in Louisville Sept. 1 known branch of woman's work. i h.it ni'i.ph rimm Iitimlli-riirt tt 11 !)( displayed liultid sit LOUISVILLE. KY. T. Mrs. A. II. Crawford, left last Thurs day for Canada, where she expects to spend a year or more with relatives. Another Cured By LIV-VER-L- ionrj 0 0 o czioi Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Mis, V. II. Letion,aud sou and daugh The City Commissioner of Terrell, ter, of Ilardinsburg, nre visiting Mr. and Texas, a former Greenville citizen, writes, Mrs. R. A. Smith. April 9, 19I4. Miss Grace T. Driskcll, has returned "I take pleasure In saying for publfrom Ilridgeport 111., after spending sev ication that by the use of eral weeks with her aunt Mrs. Fannie I have been cured of a disease Thompson. which is correctly described by the Perry Kemp is building a two story recoenized symptoms of Biliousness, residence on a lot near G. W. Payne. Stomach and Liver Trouble, ConstipaLester Morris who lias been very ill for tion and resulting complications, and commend its use to all like sufferers." several months is no belter. George H. Jackson. Mrs. 15. A. Handy, is occupying a room in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- L. L Griffith, Witness. Mr. Jackson, liko hundreds of othAfee. Masonic Ilarbecue at Irvington Satur Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. 000 o o o cnoo HIGHFST MARKET VALUC PAID FOR HIDES- - SKINS 183 7 JOHN WHITE & GO. LOUISVILLE. KY, day. Yaudall Sargent, of Owensboro, lias returned home after a visit witli Mr. and ers, has discovered the beneficial results of Liv Ver-Lathe wonderful vegetable Liver Tonic. Harmless, safe for any child; has no injurious aftereffects like calomel. Pleasant to take; no nausea. Take regularly and keep well. f0c and $1 at druggists or from Lebanon Medicine Company, Lebanon, Tenn. KIncheloe's Pharmacy. ESTABLISHED ONE r lav DROP 0! BOURBON POULTRY CURE down a chick's throat cures gapes. A tew drops In the cures water drinklnc and prevents diarrhoea, cholera and other chick disease. One 50c bottle makes 12 callon ol medicine. At all druirzists. Valuable poultry book tree. B0CIBON IEUEDY 312 East Haia Sired Garfield, Ky., August lo Special The Annual Meeting of the liaptist V. M. V. will meet at llewleyville, Aug. 26. The - - - $2.50 ) Special combination price C Collier's first day of the association, instead of inciuiuni: the 27, as was announced in ourprogram. 1.00 j ume Memoir of Kj potfon, The News postpaid We are expecting eaeli one on the proCall or send subscriptions to this office. If you arc already a gram lo come prepared for the work assubscriber, your subscription will be extended for a jcar from its signed them or see to appointing some present date of expiration. I 'lease do this that one in their plane. Cloverport, Ky. our naeting may be a success. If you lire going on the train let Miss iSeulah I'nyne know so that arrangements can ler. be made to meet you at Irvington. Miss Nannie. Lee Gardner nfter spendMrs. Mamie Gregory, jjst as much right to sell its space to Stipt. of llreckeuridge Association ing several months witli her father, V. Papers And Politicians. I!. Gardner, lias returned to her grandcandidates as to men In other lines of business or enterprise. Judgment Itching piles provoke profanity but parents Mr. uud Mrs. G. II. Cunningham The Howling Green Messenger thus' should be exercised in this as in any profanity wen't remove them. Doan's at Clienault. explains Its views as to the attitude class of advertising, but so long as the Ointment is recommended for itching, L. K. McSills, of New York, is the politician's "ad" is legitimate and bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at guest of his mother. of newspapers in political contests: Misses Zclma Lay and Mary Robetrs "One of Kentucky's prosperous pa- "open and above board" there Is no any drug store. have returned after a visit with their pers annouuees that it has not printed reason why any publisher should not accept it at the regular space rates. aunt, Mrs. Nannie Tate, of Hardingrove, ANNOUNCEMENT. or accepted for printing any paid nfat In the past the newspapers permitted Ind. ter for candidates for office, and takes the politicians to "wont" them to death The Ke.. M. L. Dyer, w ill preach at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Allen, who lost position that a newspaper should with the free advertising, which helped advocati: the cause of the man it be- the politicians but did the papers no I lamed next Sunday at it o ciocK a. m. their oldest boy, July 15, with typhoid and 7:30 o'clock p. 111. He will also fever lias another boy afflicted' witli same lieves best fitted for the place. good. The State Journal Is glad to see "This Is as you look at It. The news- that the editorial point of view has preace at Hariliusburg on the 5th Suu-- disease. All day paper man Is no more called on to take changed to the extent that in most lay at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. services at Kirk on 4th Sunday, with sides in a fight and to give his space newspaper oltices the candidates Notice. are dinner on the ground. In the campaign tlfan would any other paying for what they get State Jour- Ilro. Dyer's last service This will be Messengers and visitors wishinc to for the year business man. Of course there Is a de- nal, Frankfort, Ky. attend the lireckenrldge County liap witli the Kirk people. partment In every paper that should tist Association to be held at Uewley not be for sale, and that is the editorial vlllc, August 'M and 37, will be met at Not So Stranae After Ail. One way to remove habitual consti columns where opinions are expressed. pation is to take regularly a mild laxa Irvington, Ky., at the L., H. & St. L. You may thlr.k It strange that o These should be unpurchased and tin R. R. purchasable. II the editor wants to many people are cured of stomach tive. Doan's Kegulets are recommend 10:30 station on above named dates at o'clock a. m. M. I Payne, Irvgive space fur the advocacy of this trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. .You ed for this purpose. Zz a box at all ington, Ky. drug stores. man's cause, it is his right, but not his would not, however, if you should give bounden duty In the matter of party them a trial. They strengthen and InNames Omitted. CARD OF THANKS. papers, it would be well always for the vigorate the stomach and enablo It to editor to steer clear in a factional light perform its functions naturally. Mrs. Names 'omitted last week from the In order the more easily to adjust him- Rosle KIsh, Wabash, Ind., writes, We wish to express our aiinreciatiou self to support the nominee of his "Nothing did me the least good until I McGoeru entertainment were as follows: of the many acts of kindness and sympa. began using Chamberlain's Tablets. It (5. V. Ileatty and family, Mrs. Mary tliy sliown us during the il uess party." and The Messenger's position is abso Is decidedly the best medicine for Shore and son, und II. C. McGovern. death of husband and father. lutely right and proper. It is the po- stomach trouble f have ever used. For Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain and Fred S. Only One "BROMO QUININE" sition that should be taken by every sule by all dealers. Chamberlain. newspaper that purposes to run on LAJCA. Jot"' the senulne. call 'or u" (01 ol business principles. A newspaper has Read the Want Ads. TIVU BKOMO QUININK. LookOne Uay. btope Now is the time to subscribe K.W.CKOVB. Cures a Cold In cougb and headache, and works elf cold. 26c, Meredith Nichobon, Ameiie Rics, II. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry licach Ncedhaui, etc. It numbers among its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, James 15. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. It is a maiazine for the whole family Kditorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial Stories by the greatest writers of the day. it the next time yon nctil Quinine lor any purpose. Ask Inr original package. The came FlillRIUNi; i Mou in bottle. i'5 cents. Meeting At Bewleyville. The Breckenridge News, Alice Louis Disc is the guest of Myrtle Hell Shellnian for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Puinphrey are visiting relatives at Tar Spring. Mrs. Kmma McKauglm, is visiting her sister Mrs. Moorman at Sturgis, Ky. Our town marshal! C. V. Merrit is ill at this writing. U. A. Smith spent several days of last week in Louisville on business. Mrs. Jacob K. Miller has typhoid fever. Mrs. Floyd Miller and daughter, of Henderson, Ky., spent several days of last week witli her aunt Mrs. K. II. Mil- Mrs. Ulysses McCoy Is very sick with typhoid fever. Attend Masonic barbecue at Irvington Saturday. Harmon Aldridge, of Mattoon, 111., Is visiting relatives here. Two'mules' belonging to Huse Alexander were killed bv Hehtnimr on his farm near Duncan Valley last Mon day. Jimmie Pate, of Decatur, III., is spending Ills vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pate. Henry Basham has bought James Kennedy's farm near Garfield. Mr. Kennedy has bought Wm. Carman's property in Garfield. Albert Smith, of Louisville, is visiting relatives here. M'ss Mary Ann Harned was appoint-e- d Presbytery Recording Secretary of the Woman's Missionary Board of the C. P. church. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Trlplett and children, of Bewleyville, were guests of her mother, Mrs. Ella Mattlngly, last week. D. II. Smith bought twenty-thre- e yearling steers from Ben Harned, of Custer, last week for fOOO. Mrs. W. W. Her, of Louisville, and Mrs. Shields and little boy, of Bloom-fielwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harrison last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mercer and baby visited Mr, and Mrs. Ben Baling-toand attended church at Freedom Sunday, d, n Leilijloa. Ir. C0BPANT. Sold by KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY, , Herdlnaburg-- Ky. Try a News Want Ad. flSIKiiWH Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. The South' moet popular priced, modem. Absolutely situated In the very hsart ol the retail shopping districtand near all the theatres. Finest Cafe In LeuUvills, vrithmetlsrate prices. Club BieaVfast from 25a upt noon Jay Lunch 50c.t table de hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from A p.m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. Richard Marr met with a very painful accident last week. He had started out to kill a squlrrel( wheu .the gun exploded in his hands,' burning his face severely and injuring one of his eyes. Miss Ilessie B. Weatherford. of Har ned, is the guest of her grandmother ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private, bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large amplo rtomi with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially Invite J to mala tlile hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even It only tor a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You viti always be a welcome guest. BOBEKT . JONES, Maaafer. Little ". Board. Judge D. D. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell came out Saturday to visit relatives and attend church at Freedom Sunday. Dr. E. C. Harned and Mrs. Harned visited relatives and friends it, Custer continued on page 7 Wait Ais. BrUt Riuits DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS L It looks as if the "Best man" question has been settled to THE INSOLENT) Sive . 1 tmvuj J.HtfNtVt DCAR. I LIKQ. 10V TO A FAVOS -- JMH BIMPKlNi ,' IWWU WOULD t THAT C , AROOND I JOHN BINPMNS LIKE TO BE BEST MAN OUR WEDDIM,' AND I THlHIy ( 'aoaiu: HE WANTS U.O1 and TO am c;oin? FELLOW J 06 AMSWBH PERSONALLY MY Lova APFAIH M0) NOW VOU IIAVG THE) begn Bumm. NMITICATGD INTJ T TUB dONCGNTMATEDA GJSCNdK OP CnALL J THE UNE!XAMPL.E.D- -' 1 1 -- ARROGANCE TO M' IT BEST MAN J i NERVE, - WANT TO BE. I BEST WHY MAN If WOULD Bfi NICE' i Thursday. in town Monday. The following from here joined a Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Brown, of Variety is the spice of life, Come to the Masonic barbecue Sat- Lewisport, have moved Into the cot house narty at Miss Sarah Dean MoorThat gives it all Its flavor. urday the l!)th. Glen Dean: Misses man's home tage belonging to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cowpcr. Kathleen Howard, Owensboro; Hannah Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jolly, of Louis McGlothlan. Beard, nnd Judith Lillian Beard; vllle, are visiting relatives nnd friends The Masonic Barbecuo promises to Mrs. Mary C. Ileston visited her Howard Hook, Irvin Taylor, Franklin in our midst. be a success. Masons and non Masons daughter, Mrs. J. C. Payne, in Irving- Beard, M. B. Klncheloe, Arthur Beard, Miss Helen Board Is visiting Mr. and are working hard to make the day one ton last week. Morris C. Klncheloe and Wm. Evans. S. Foote, of Owensboro. Every one profit. Mrs. E. of pleasure and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton nnd Misses Mildred Moorman, Nell DempMrs. Maggie Chamberlain returned hould attend. Come early and stay children, Pauline, Robert and Charster, of (31en Dean, and Frances Moor late. from Cliardon, O., Friday. lotte, nttended the birthday dinner o( man, of Falls of Rough, were week end Mrs'. G. T. Marshall has for her Mr. Macy at Garfield last Friday. Miss Eva Schlndler, of Louisville, visitors in town. spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. A. guests Mrs. Hodges and daughter, of Mrs. Belle Smith and son, Jeffie, visMrs. Rebecca McGary, of Louisville, She left that evening for White Mills. Schlndler. ited relatives at Kirk and Glen Dean and Mrs. T. B. Henderson, of Webster, Mrs.' Basin Springs to visit Mr. and Little Mjss Norn Hlythe is visiting last week. have been the gueMs of relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hook in Louisville. John Livers. Mrs. Hunt has returned from a visit town. Mrs. Mary Hcston returned to her Miss Leila McCullom, of New Al- - to her daughter in Louisville. rmos Board, clerk in the clothing home in Hardinsburg Thursday after banv. and Mrs. Mottle, of New Am Emery Merritt, who has been In jail department at B. F. Heard & Co s spending a few days with her daugh- sterdam, have been the guests of Mr, for several months nnd had contracted store, has bun confined to hit. home ter, Mrs. j. C. Payne. and Mrs. J. B. Ilottle. typhoid fever, wns removed to the Red with malaria. Mrs. Nora Board spent Thursday in Junius Stith has accepted a position Men's hall where he wns nursed by Rev. Russell Walker, of Fordsville, Louisville. with E. I'. Alexander. relatives. Last Friday morning the preached at Clover Creek church Sun E". Alexander gave a 0 end came. His remains were taken to Miss Julia Lyons is yisiting Mrs. P. Miss Mary day. E'. Dempster", at Glen Dean. o'clock dinner Friday in honor of her his home near Stephensport for burial. Mrs. KlUtu Meador and daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel, of Kirk, are guests Misses Yeakel, Richardson and Mrs. C. W. Howell, after a visit to Kingswood, were iu town shopping SatHeron. visiting relatives iu Owensboro. Miss Hallie Brown and other friends, urday. Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Neafus and chil- has gone to Fordsville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. William Helt, of BranMrs. Charlie Miller has returned to denburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and dren have returned from a visit to rela- ker parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whittlng-hil- l. her home In Eddyville after an extendMrs. O. A. Dowell. tives in and near Guston. ed visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss B. Ada Drury, of Louisville, arMiss Virginia Hawes, of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard enter- Zeno Hendrick. ttBd Miss Hesselton, of Lewisport, are rived Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. tained last Wednesday evening at their Sirs. Sue Board has gone to Whites-vill- o Quests of Miss Mildred Hawes at the R. B. McGlothlan. home on Fourth street in honor of their to visit her brother. home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Hawes. Kendrick Jolly, of Chicago, is vis- niece, Miss Jane Lightfoot, of CloverMrs. Edward A. Richards (nee Miss port. M!ss Nannie Board, of Garfield, spent iting his mother, Mrs. Sue Jolly. Hattie Haswell), of New Haven, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have Saturday with Mrs. H. B. Head. Don Lyddan, of Webster, was in and daughter, Mrs. Oliver II. Lewis, of from a two weeks stay at Tar returned Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McCoy, of Louis- town Saturday. Shelton, Conn., will arrive this week ville, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Crider and Ruth Crider Springs. to be the guests of Miss Linnie HasMrs. D. W. Scott has gone to Hites well. Mrs. G. L. Brady. have returned from Glen Dean. n Mrs. Mr. Franklin Beard and Mr. M. B. The local exchange has been moved Run for a visit to her sister,, W. I. Piirirott.' Eliza. Joe and George Hardin. Misses. from the home of Mrs. Sue Jolly to Mrs. Klncheloe were hosts at a 6 o'clock Pfggott with their visitors. Elizabeth Woods, Louisville; Betsy Minnie Chitwood. Miss Mildred Chit- - Misses Martha and Isabelle Gardner dinner given at the Commercial Hotel will go to Irvington Saturday to visit Saturday evening. Covers were placed Moorman, Glen Dean, motored to But- wood will take charge of the board. Mrs. J. C. Payne. Misses Mildred for the following: termilk Falls Saturday. Mrs. G. L. Brady is home from Lou their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. George Squires and Moorman, Nell Dempster, Francis nome isville. A little son has arnveu at tne in Cloverport visiting Mr, Moorman, Margaret Peyton, Lillian of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vickers will leave children are and Mrs. Larkin Gibson. Beard, Messrs. Franklin Beard, M. B. MadiMiss Mary Brown spent Friday in ths soon for a visit to his father at Kincheloe, Judge Moorman, Arthur Mrs. Lula Dutschke and son, Castleson, Ga. city. berry, of Louisville, are the guests of Beard and Irving Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks spent Mrs. E. A. Austin and children, of relatives in and near town. Illinois, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday in Cloverport. Please write your news items on a Sadenwater. Miss Rena Hawes, of Yellow Springs, lTMiss Mpry E. Alexander gave a O., will arrive Saturday to visit Mr. slip of paper and leave at the postoffice with Miss Fannie McGary for the corbeautiful reception Saturday from 4 to and Mrs. C. W. Hawes. respondent. 6 in honor of her guests, Misses Mildred Mrs. Walter Simmons, of Walters, and Constantine for a few days last Judge D. D. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell week. Yeakel, Louisville; Edith Richardson, Okla.,is visiting her children, Brandenburg; Mary Heron, Mt. Pisgah. O, A. Dowell and Richard Sipes. were visitors in Glen Dean last week. Little Miss Mildred Adams fell and The house was beautifully decorated Mrs. Andrew Elder had as her dinner fractured her arm August 1. She is Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham enterwith ferns and asparagus. An un- tained the following guests to dinner guests last Tuesday Mrs. Lula Dutsch- getting along nicely. usually attractive musical program was Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morri ke and son, of Louisville; Mrs. Hubert Rev. Ches Kinnlson was licensed to rendered, one of the most pleasing son, Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dejarnette and daughter, Miss Hilde-gar- d preach at the Presbytery held at being the rendition ot Traumerl by Gregory and Mrs. Hart, Louisville. DeJarnette. Haynesville last week. Miss Mildred Yeakel who Is a skilled Wanted Twelve boarders Fair and of Glen Miss Johnnie Moorman, Ed Triplett living near Basin Spring Miss Cornelia Wortham sang violinist. week end with Institute week. Write box 19". is very low with appendicitis and not Miss Elizabeth Crider pre- Dean, will spend the My Rosary. Miss Elizabeth Crider. John Alexander has returned from a expected to live. sided at the punch bowl. The dining visit to Custer. was decorated in pink and white, room Mrs. Emily Smith and Miss Letitia NOTICE. Dr. F. L. Lightfoot and Mrs. Light-foo- t, Shrewsbury, who have been visiting the color scheme being carried out in of Cloverpoit, have been the near Mook, returned home Thursday the ices. The following guests were All persons having claims against the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard. accompanied by Mrs. Murray Nix and present: Misses Mildred Yeakel, Edith Richardson, Mary Heron, Maggie and estate of W. G. Lawsou, deceased, will There are fifteen horses at the fair children. Sue Bandy, Cornelia Wortham, Eliza- please present the same properly proven, grounds being trained for the fair Rev. C. L. Bruington has been given beth Crider, Margaret Conniff, Guedry as prescribed by Law, to the Bank of August 18, 19 and 20. Are you train- the charge of the Garfield church for Bramlette, Nell Smith, Eva Payne, Hardinsburg & Trust Company, Hardms ing your stock at home? Get ready. another year. Eliza Piggott, Lottie Bandy, Elizabeth burg, Ky. Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, Truman Tabor, who has been living Hardinsburg Bank &'Trvst Co., & was in town shopping Saturday. Cain and Mary Henry. in Louisville for several years, is here E. Lawson, il. of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conley, Miss Kathleen Howard has returned with relatives for an indefinite visit. Joint Executors. Augusta, Ga., arrived Sunday to visit to her home in Owensboro afler a Miss Maud Mattingly left Monday Mrs. Nora Board. pleasant visit to Miss Judith Ellen for Hawesville to be the guest of her Mrs. James Smith, of Guston, has Notice To Teachers. Beard. grandmother, Mrs. Price, for several been with her daughter, Mrs. Latue The following are some of the county weeks. Cox, who has been ill. The official course of study Js now in men that were in town last week on Rev. Robert Moretleld, of Auburn, Miss Eula Chappell, of Garfield, has tha hands of Superintendent Trent. business: Jeff Owen, E. L. Robertson, was the guest of friends here the tirst been the guest of Miss Virginia Head. All teachers wishing a copy of same Glen Dean; James St. Clair, Webster, of last week enroute to Presbytery at Haynesville. Mrs. Pomp McCoy, of Louisville, is call at his office or enclose five cents and Dr. Sydney Hall, Constantine. visiting her mother, Mrs. Nannie postage for mailing same. Mrs. S. K. Hunt has had an attack of Byron Cook, bookkeeper for the IrvJ. W. Trent. appendicitis. The doctors think, that ington Milling Co., was here Saturday. Bandy. an operation will not be necessary. Mrs. Lora Whitvrorth, who has been Marshal Calvin Hendrick's wife con- visiting her brother-in-law- , Robert tinues ill and he has two children down Stinnett of Lewisport, for six weeks, with typhoid fever. returned last week and is visiting relHewitt Gibson, of Lodiburg, has been atives here for a few days before returning to her homo, near Basin Spring. the guest of Morris C. Klncheloe. A party was entertained Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Warren May and son, lames L. May, are here for a visit to night by the Misses Kennedy in honor Quite an enjoyable of Jlmmle Pate. Mrs. Margaret May. Eskridge left last Saturday evening was spent by tie young folks. Graham Mc-Corma- ck Jesse Macy celebrated his 83 birth for Washington after a two weeks visit to his mother, Mrs. Addie K. Eskridge. day Friday, August 7. Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Hattie Ditto has returned from Tom Macy, Ephesus; Mr. and Mrs. Irvington where she went for a visit to Paul Compton and children, of Har dinsburg; were there. It was also the her sister, Mrs. Ferd McGehee. 6th birthday of his youngest grandMoorman Ditto has gone to Louis daughter, little Miss Charlotte ville to secure a position. The Hardinsburg people will be ex pected In large parties at the Irvington Cam Old Sorct, Mbit Iimtdiu Wm't Con barbecue Saturday. The wont caict. no nutter of bow long .tanjing, oM by tho Will Mattingly, wife and baby, of are curedAntiseptic wonderful, Oil. reliable Dr. Healing It relierea I'orter'i Beuchel; Jim Mattingly and sister, and l'aia and Iicalt at the me time. 26c, SOc, JL00. Or-ri- 1RVINGT0N. 15. E. 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J LOUISVILLE, KY. . , Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits pitroniisie of Clovcrpirt Husiness Bath$1.50 Mon and Shoppers News Want Ads. are Little Winners JL '1 Woman's Home Companion For August has for its special features the following interesting articles Ired "Why Girls Like to Look Pretty" "Called on a Homely Girl by Mistake" "Do You Give Your Daughter a Monthly Mes-dam- es Allowance?" "Be a Man Like Father" You will find all these articles and many others in The Woman's Home Companion PRICE AT WEDDING'S 15 Cents DRUG STORE r AUGUST CENTURY (FICTION NUMBER) Tho August Century is, ns usual, 'fa Midsummer Fiction Number, with short stories to appeal to n wido)varicty of tastes ninoaItogethor7includin"LTndor SilkonSkios'', a story of and by Maria Thompson Southern a talo of darky Hfo and superDaviess, and "Hoodooed", stition, by Alice Hegan Rico, of "Mrs. Wiggs" fame. horse-racin- g love-makin- For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay or straw. : g For those who do not care for fiction, thorc are furthor "ltominiconccs of Tolstoy", by his son; part thrco of "Bodin's Note-Book- Mario SukloiPs story of hor escape from a Siberian prison, and a papor on "Tho Slavs of America", by Professor Edward Alsworth Ross, besides now chapters from Arnold Benett's delightful "Log of tho Velsa", and of Albert Bigolow Paino's "Tho Car Tlmt Went Abroad." '', P. M. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. Price 35 Cents Nusorc BARBECUE Irvington, Kentucky SAT. AIM 15. 1914 The Biggest and Best Picnic given in the County this year! Everything that goes to make a Picnic a Place of Pleasure will be on hand. No expense spared to make this a "Record Breaker" I 1 OUR BARBECUED DINNER! will be equal to any anywhere and will "tickle" the palate of the most fastidious epicure. Plenty to Eat, Lots of Fun, Quantities of Ice Water Everywhere, Lemonade, Etc. Music of a variety not often found at a picnic and a Big Time fop all who attend. Come out, meet your friends, discuss the questions of the day equal suffrage or what not hear the speakers and get a big Barbecued Dinner. 4 I 1 I I 1 1 i e LIST OF PRIZES OFFERED $5.00 Implement Co., Rocking Chair, value Lyons, cash 2.00 Climbing Soap Pole, G. Dowell and H. 2.00 Latest "Newly Weds," L. B. Moremen, Cash...; value 5.00 Greased Pig, Bob Lyons and Lon'Cooley, pig, Best Looking Young Lady, E. F. Alexander, pair Race, boys 10 to 12, H. Trent, Pair Douglas Foot 3.50 Shoes, value 3.50 Shoes, value School Youno- Lady Selling most Dinner Tickets, First Largest Family on the Grounds, Irvington Mill & 1 5.00 State Bank 2.50 Elevator, 100 lbs. Best Flour, value Wheelbarrow Race, Jordan & Compton, Razor, valYoung Lady Selling next largest number 2.50 ue Dinner Tickets, Irvington Pharmacy, Kodak. 5,00 Best Physical Baby, 1 to 3 years old, Dr. Parks, wife, W. J. Piggott 3.00 3.00 Best Looking Couple, man and Set, value Toilet - Cake Walk, E. H. Shellman, 1 Silver Vase, value $5.00 Oldest Couple on Grounds, Irvington Hardware & PLENTY OF FINE REFRESHMENTS OF ALL KINDS and in quantities that will satisfy the most exacting. I MUSIC BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL will furnish music that will make you forget any troubles you may have ill BRASS BAND! IWl'I.W- lilZ m X r1