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The Breckenridge news: August 19, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914081901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 19, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRE0KENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. ' VOL. XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914. s Vienna dispatches say that the drove the Servians from their position on tho east side of the Drlnn near tosnltza after severe lighting. Tho Servians Inter attacked the Austrian;! tie.ir Snlmc. Both sides h.ive lost heavily. The Aintrlnns claim to hnvo driven the Montrnesrlns back every whine. The Aus:rlr.ns continue their advance In the north along the Vistula. Til" ''p'neli war office announces f 'li 'ivtirh troops which defeated tho lUvarUns at Clrey, Ilramont aw Aus-trlan-- 8 Pages BARBECUE AT FOR No. 7 FIGHTING ALL ' RUNNING CHARIOT RACES. MAN RO- T MASONIC VICTORIOUS liONG RACES AND ORIENTAL DAY PLEASURE AND FINANCE THE FRONT SHOWS AT THE FAIR. Crowd Will Enjoy New and Attractive Big Crowd, Pleasant Day, Attractive Amusements, Plenty of Music, Good Barbecued Dinner, Re- tail Pushing ftie Germans Back. A Features at To- BRILLIANT VICTORY Operations In the Vosges sidered Important. Con- PUSHING ON TO STRASSBURG Avrlncourt on Friday mid Sfatitrdty further east.- It is suphave advun'.-e. posed that they are now Hearing It also Is announced that tho French forces In the Vosges have occupied the h"ihts of Donun, an Important mountain chain and have taken more than .11)0 prisoners. The Japanese Ultimatum. Japan ban lotit an ultimatum to Germany demn tilling that Germany evacuate Kiao'huu and withdraw all warships from far eastorn waters. Following the dfspatrh of tho ultimatum, the Jat anese minister of foreign affairs conferred with tho American ambassador, giving broad assurances that American Inteiests In the Orient will bo safeguarded and the integrity Saar-burg- Breckenridge County Fair Today and morrow. Many Amusements Free. freshments, Exciting Contests, Interesting People and all That Makes a Barbecue a Success. vote each. The French Now Said to Dominate Lorraine. Nlsh, Aug. 17. - It Is "reported tli.it there was u naval between French anil Austrian warships today off Biidua. A Froni'h squadron from the southwest attacked the. Austrian lleet Two Ironclads of tho Aiistrfnus were sunk and a th'rd took tiro. A rntirth lied. y Si Petersburg, Aug. 17. The report Is confirmed that tho Russians have cautured (iumlilimim and Internburg. In eastern Prussia near the Russian frontier. Plymouth, Aug. The United States cruiser Tennessee and tho cruiser North Carolina, with gold for American refugees, arrived here Sunday evening. 17. of China upheld. An Austrian merchant steamship was captured off the coast of North umberland after an exciting chase by a British warship. The Austrian vessel surrendered only after three ihots had been fired at her of British subjects In Trieste. Austria. Is reported by the British consul there, who declares he was obliged to flee save his life. to Italy-tTwo Gorman standards have nov. been captured by the force of French arms, the first at St. Balise and the second at Thann, when that town w?s retaken after the French were once forced back from Muulhausen to their own frontier- - reformed and swept back again. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says that It Is officially announced that two German destroyers have bombarded Pnlangen, In the province of Courland, on tho Baltic. The special (ruin for the Hrcckcnridre County Fnir will lenve Clovcrport this murnin; nnd Tluirsduy moriiinir ut 7 o'clock. Today is Louisville Day nnd a lstrtjc crowd is not only expected from the city, but from every putt of the county, a tho home people like to ro for the purpose of meetiiif: the Louisvillians, who are thoir old friends. Tomorrow, the lust day, "Kverybody'-- Day." and the name means tho bijrpcst crowd of all three days. Monday the brass band had reached llardinsburji and everybody was fiettitifi read' for the fair. The weather in not too hot, and with the oiled streets going to the fair grounds, the people will not be in seeking a good time. Among the attractive and special features of the fair will be tho running chariot races, standing Hotuan races, the horse without sad dle or bridlo which run- u mile in f2 seconds. There will lie live shows, plantation show, athletic show, wonderland, congroi of nov elties, beautiful Oriental shows. All free. There will be ice lemonade, ice cream, candies and other confectioneries on the grounds for social parties, and everybody will have a good time. People said Monday nt Ilardinsburg that the fair this year will have the best show of hor.es they have had during the whole eight years, Every stall on the grounds had been taken and some worn camping out. Take our word for it and go, bo on hand every day and every minute. There'll be something doing that you'll wish you s - Between showers f confetti the crowd at the Masonic barbecue at irvington, had exciting contests, amusements, ice cream and lemonade nnd pleasnt greetings with old friends and new acquaintances. It was a big day, a bit; crowd nud a big success. Every body had a good time, even the judges of the beauty contest which was more difficult to decide than awarding the prize in the baby show. The Masons made everybody have n good time. People from all the different communities, including many off the Branch, from Bewleyvilie, Webster, Ilardinsburg and Meade county were in attendance. Money was spent freely and everybody got the worth of it. The program was carried out in detail, all the prizes offered were given, and the shows, races and contests weri txtremely enjoyed. The grouuds were pleasant and attractively decorated in buntiug fur the event. Some of the oldest people in the county were present and hundreds of the youngest which made the crowd interesting and entertaining. They all joined in and took part in the amusements. Those who managed tho barbecue are uuiug congratulated on the success of the day which showed much enterprise and a great deal of preparation. The contests resulted is follows: Wright and Miss I'iggott received one This was a spirited contest and a'.tracttd the attention of everybody on the grounds. Selling the Most Dinner Tickets Miss Maurin Ashcraft captured the W cash prize given by the First Stata Bank to the young lady selling the mon dinner tickets. She sold 293. Mls Allie Payne got the second prize, a $5 Kodack, given by Irvington Pharmacy. She sold 175 tickets. Th Jest Looking Couple Man and wife, premium in cash given by W. J. I'iggott. Theitestants were Mr. and ftlrs. Cecil Shain, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Worland Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hook, Mr. and Mrs. Wordy Graham. The premium was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hook. The judges were Mr. Wlnterbower, Elizabethtown; Hnrvy l, Ditto, Brandenburg, and Coleman Ilardinsburg. Geo. Anderson protested against 'the decision. He said there was nothing fair about it; that Mr. Winterbower was a mule buyer and not a judge of beauty. Has-wel- "I- - Mrs. Perkins Dead. Information has been received of the death of Mrs. James Perkins, of Matting-lresulting from a stroke of paralysis. Tile Perkins family, of this place, left here Monday to attend the funeral. y, Dies In New Mexico. London, Aug. 71. The French Information has been received of the forces which put to rout a Bavarian death of Mrs. F. M, Walker, which army corps with heavy losses In the occurred Wednesday, August 12, after "vicinity of Blahiont. "Clrey and appendicitis. She drove the enemy hack to Saar-bur- an operation for across the Lorraine border. leaves her husband, a recent pastor of Thannhaut, Alsace, fourteen miles the Methodist church here, a daughter, west of Muelhaiisen. is again in French Miss Marguerite Walker, and a son, hands. These positions indicate the James Henry Walker. The funeral left and right wings of the French and burial took place at Cimarron army of invasion. At the center, in New Mexico. the Vosges mouutilns. it is announced that the French uow control the three passes or 3t. Marie. Bonhomme and Watermelon Feast. Sallesv air dominate the approach to Alsace. The Frpich successes In the passes The watermelon feast given by the of the Voses ninuutuins have ImmeasFldells Baptist Sunday school class urably strengthened their mastery of Friday night In the Misses Wroe's the heights and approaches command- yard was quite a success. There were ing Alsace and Lorraine Tho?e a hundred people present, and all rea'ipear to have duplicated In brilliancy the manner In which the port a delightful time. They purchased twenty-fiv- e melons, which were large enemy was driven back, first from and fine, from C. E. Hayden, of to Clrey, then from Clrey to Miss BJelyn Hicks, teacher and finally out. of Avrlncourt to refuge in Saarsburg. A full Bavari- of the Fidells class, takes much Interan army corps had been Intrusted est in her pupils and she Is greatly with the occupation of this section, liked by all, and according to the reports this army not only wa3 crumpled up, but was crushed by a flank movement, which pushed It hack with heavy losses on DUEL TO THE DEATH Avrt-court, B!a-moTob-inspo- rt. Climbing a Souped Pole Thi was an iuiere.sling and attractive feature. hadn't Two one dollar bills were hung at the top and given to the man or boy who climbed the pole, which was well M. F0DTE--greased, and brought down the money. Sam Brown, of Lodiburg, was the only man on the grounds who tried for the Miss Bessie Foote and Mr. John Well Known Man Dies at State prize. After several attempts tlimbing up and slipping back he finally reached Hospital in Hopkinsville-W- as Bircher, of Hartford, Are Marthe goal and brought down the green eral in backs. This was one of the amusing 51 Years ried at the Bewleyvilie Methfeatures of the day. G. Dowell and Owensboro. odist Church. Hubert Lyons gave the prize. missed. Old-Fun- Good Crop. Robert Moorman, Glen Dean, was in He said be bad the best crop he ever raised. He qualified it by saying that it was his first. But he has a good crop just the same. Ilardinsburg, Monday, Saarsburg. . Belgians Win Again. 'The Belgians won another engagement with advance guards of the Germans at Dlnant, fifteen- - miles south of Namur, according to Paris dispatches. Both advance guards wero In force, the Belgian Infantry driving the Germans back after nn Interchange between the artillery of the two detachments. No Information of the position of tho allied armies In Belgium is forthcoming from the war ofllces of the countries Involved. Rome- hears a rumor, which has not been confirmed, that Dr. Carl WITH HILL BANDITS Desperate Battle In West ginia Wilds. Devon, W. Va., Aug. 17. A duel to tho death wa3 fought Sundav In th fou very heart of the Hatfleld-McCocountry In the wilds of Mingo count) c West Virginia, between a more than 200 men and the lmndi .' who on Friday slow three omplojc.i rf the Glen Alum Fuel company nnd e caped with $12,500. At noon the fljj.i had ended and five Italian Iny des ' Thoy had sold thi'lr lives duarly r.n had. fought since Saturday noon fro the security of a natural fortress It tho fastness of tho North Fork of Ber. creek. Tho deaths of those outlaw wipes out tho gang nnd puts !ho toll of tho tragedy at twelve dead and three woundod, Tho dead: Dr. W. D. Atulck. physician for tho Glen Alu-Fcompany; Joseph Rhelor, hosi' bookkeeper for the company; F. D. Johnson, jr., head electrician for the company; John Belcher, former justice of tho peace nt North Fork, V Va.; W.J Burrell. detective; John Tiller, a po3semnn; an unidentified Hungarian, who was a member of the posse; five bandits, all unidentified Bud Rutherford, suspected of bolnn the only mountnlneor who was with tho desperadoes, was arrested an1 taken to Williamson. All of the money the men had stolen y Vir- Lleb-knecli- t, poa a Socialist leader In tho rclch-stag- , has been killed following his refusal to enlist In the German army. The report says Hint thqro Is great htaignatlon among tho Socialists over IN UtTilLU. llll 1UI I1IU1. UUIUI1VUO Jk LUU German armies In Belgium have been roported. Gorman troops which Invaded Franco by way of AUaco have been forced back beyond their own frontier. Russian troops are roportod to bo concentrating In German Poland. Berlin advices say that the Austrian Invasion of Ru3sla la continuing by way of tho River Dnelster. The Bewleyvilie, August 17. (Special.) At the Bewleyvilie Methodist church on the 12th inst., at 8:30 p. in., Miss Bessie Foote, daughter of G. A. and Annie Foote, was married to Mr. John llirchcr, of Hartford, Ky. The ceremony was e Rev. performed by Wade, in a very impressive manner, a crowded house witnessing the bright oc a casion. The attendants were: Miss Foote, sister of the bride, maid of honor, anil Dr. Eugene Ilarttuau, of ltraudenburgbest man; Miss Maggie II. Jolly anil Will Moore, of McDaniels, and Miss Bertha Foote and James Wilson; The bride. never lookcd.more beautiful than in her wedding robe of white and adorned with veil and lillics of the valley and bouquet of white roses. The maids were dressed in white with pink sashes and carried bouquets of pink roses. A delightful musical program was rendered. Miss Blanch Jolly presided at the organ and Miss Carrie D. Frakes sang Meditation and O, Promise Me. The bride is one of our sweetest and most attractive girls, and your scribe is loath to give her up. After the ceremony was ovyr the couple left for Irvington where they took the late train for Owensboro. Next day they went to Hartford, their future e man home. The groom is a of many sterling qualities. He was born and raised in Brandenburg, "'"1 for many years has been manager of the Cumberland Telephone Exchange there. Recently lie lias been placed in charge pastor-in-charg15m-mself-mad- Cornelius M. Burk died at the Western State Hospital in Hopkinsville, on Monday, August 10. Mr. Burk was a well known man, and liked by all who knew him. He was 51 years old. The body arrived in Owensboro Wednesday afternoon and was taken to the home of his son, Michael Burk, in Center street. On Thursday morning the funeral was conducted from St. I'aul's Catholic church, after which relatives and friends accompanied the body here where it was laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery. Meeting of Presbytery. The Oreased Pig was a contest put The Presbytery of the Cumberland on by Bob Lyons and Lon Cooley. Fin-le- v Miller bad no trouble in capturing Presbyterian church met at Haynes-vill- e last week. Rev. A. G. Cundiff the pig valued at $5. was elected Moderator. Austin Garfield; Harmon Parks and Foot Race for Boys 10 to 12 Years Rev S. J. Brear, Clifton Mills, and There were ten entries. Leonard Ross won this contest. Premium, a Ezra Dowell, Freedom, represented pair of $1.90 shoes given by Henry their respective churches. The next meeting will be held at Big Clilty. Trent. Road Improvement. Prize d, Largest Family on the (Irounds UK) pounds of Hour given by the Irvington Mill Co. There was only one Rev. Bowlds at Tate's Chapel. entry, Mr. and Mrs, Byron llennlnger showed up with six handsome children The Rev. D. I. lio wills visited his and captured the prize. brother, C. B. Ilowlds, in Owensboro last week. This was the first time they Wheelbarrow Race Roy Dowell had met in four years, Rev. Ilowlds won the prize, a 12.50 razor, given by while there had the pleasure of conduct & Compton. ing a six days meeting at 1'ettit Station Jordan near Owensboro. The church was won Best Physical Baby Premium Toil derfully revived, also had three conver et set valued at $3, given by Dr. S. P. where he sions He left Saturday night Parks. Little Anna May West, an orwill hold a ten days meeting at Tate's phan in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Chapel in the new church that has just Norton, was awarded the prize. Mrs. been built near Ilardinsburg. John Hardin, Brandenburg; Mrs. Nelson, Big Spring, and Dr. Shively, of Stephensport, were the judges. The hill near Garfield on the Ilardinsburg road has been graded and covered witn crushed stone. This hill was a very bad piece of road, and in the winter time got almost impassable. This was a needed improvement and will be appreciated by all who have to go that way. Sells Cattle Delivered Dec. J. 25, R. Burton, of Mystic, has sold Wm. Gilbert fifteen head of cattle to be de livered December 25, at 6 cents. THE POSITIONS OF AMERICAN BANKERS CONTENDING ARMIES Must Be Hoadjusted, Say Military TURN A DEAF EAR Make flo Loans to War- The Oldest Married Couple on the grounds were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Helt who have been married 111 years, got the prize, a rocking chair, given by Irviugton Hardwure & Implement Co. Experts. at Hartford, Moving to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Miss Annie Murray Ferry, are leaving this week to make their home in Louisville.whercMr. Ferry is purchasing agent for the L., H. and St. L. R'y. Co, Ihey will be pccompanied by their mother, Mrs Nannie Ferry, and nephew, Fred Adams. Their numbers of friends regret to see tlem leave C16verport as they will be greatly missed here. uel The North Sea Cleared. British lleet lias cleared the North sea so that, inerchant vessels are now passing freely between Scandinavian ports und England, bringing provisions to the United Kingdom. The German fleet Is reported to be still bottled up In tho eastorn part 6t the WRITE TO US. We would be pleased to hear from some of the Breckenridge people who nre readers of th News, now In Kansas and Oklahoma. Send a few lines to the paper and let us hear how crops are out thsre and how you are prospering lu your new homes. fleet and the French lleet are roported to be searching for the Austrian fleet. No nowa Is , )Mt reported at Pola, tv oat (by tne iintisn var omce re- -' gr4(W the expeditionary forces now (M Jorth sea. The British Mediterranean exrnot about 1700. eoAtlnent. llio Latest Newly Weds Cash premium of $2 glvou by Dr. L. U. More men. There was only one entry, Mr. and Mrs, Nick Mills, married two years Now York, Aug. 17. It is declared was u bride of two that there will ho no war loan made last April. There ; house of this country weeks on the grounds but she couldn't by any ban! 111 to any one of tho belligerent natlonu find her husband to her great disapof Etiropo, I.i '! word, America's mon pointment. -I- ey will not cross the seas to help tho fighting nations to wreck theniKolvoa The Best Looking Young Lady or each other to a greater oxtent than This prize created quite ft commotion their own resources will permit. among the many beautiful young ladits Tho house of J, 1. Morgan & Co. haa put Itself on record o this effect. It present. The prize was a pair of shoes did so through Mr. Morgnu himself. valued nt $.Vs0 given by Ed Alexander. He said that President Wilson's op- Miss M&rgaret Conniff captured the position to uny war loans, had decided prize. Those entered were Misses Nell bis firm to diop negotiations with In- Smith, Margaret Conniff, Edna Wright, termediaries lu behalf of the French Mary Henry, Agnls Cluvcomb, Kutie government. Payne, Eliza Plggott, Mary Heron und Other lliumclal houses wore commu- Miss Debo, The judges were Hnrvy nicated with, and while the chiefs of Ditto, Brandenburg! Mr. Wlnterbower, theso' Institutions did not enro to speak who failed to agree, for publication, enough was said to Elizabethtown, and Clyde English, Webster, was called muko It perfectly plain that thoro is to bo no war money forwardod to any in to decide it. His vote gave it to Miss one of tho flchtlng nation of Europe Conniff. What the other young ladies said to Clyde was a plenty. Miss Edna ring Europe. London. An?. 17 Tho Times, in a special war extra, Bays tho German plans for the Invasion of Franco have entirely miscarried. According to the military exports of tho Times the French army is now mobilized to the highest point of olllclency nnd the balance Is in fnvor of tho nllled armies, their meeting with the Invaders. In a lino of battle such as that which It Is believed Is now being drawn up In Belgium and Franco with a length or 300 mllos, the exports point out, different resultB may bo expected at different points. It Is reallzod both In EngIn land and In Franco that an Initial success at one point Is almost Inevitably to be compensated for by a temporary fatluro at another, and that the main Issue can be decided only by tne tlnat' readjustment of positions of tho contending armies. Tho exports say thi tho fighting almost certainly will cm. tend over many days. Moanwhllo Russian armies aro beginning to mr Austro-Hungarlan . frontier. 'X A ft BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS I.ora Morgan Kngliih, division 3, subdistrict IS. Clyde Severs Lookout, division 3, subdistrict 13. llessle I. Watllngton Chcnault, division l, subdistrict 14. Maymo Cart Pleasant Valley, division il, subdistrict Wilda Severs -- Areabrlght, division 10. .'I, subdistrict Alta St Clair McGhee, division !), subdistrict I7. Noah Hoklnecn--Caete- Section of Midway Throng at State Fair Herewith Is a complete If st so far as contracts or any Information lias reached my oflke. Itach and every teacher should Immediately upon signing his or her contract file same with me, have yotir school reported with the rest of the schools ot your county, then subssrlhc for the Ilrcckenrldtfe jiews, keep In touch with the school Items and other news of your county. J. W. Trent, Supt. High School. County T. S. Williams, Kleeta .eitflar. Prof. Steele. HarUhi.lurK ClratWd School. Miasea Willie Cuambliss, Leiia Mc Cubbins, Alay Watllncton, Mrs. Bertha Driskell. Clovcrport (Iraded School. Rufus McCoy, J. H. Meadar, Misses Margaret Wroc, Julia Wroc, Leonora For Sale International Hay Baler, Mc- Cormack Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay or straw. P. M. BEARD, : , r, division 4, 4, Grover Omjf Custer, division subdistrict t. T. C. Alleu iWvn, division i, '!. ubdtrlet 1. ilardiiisburg, Ky. sub-distri- ct McGavock. IrvIiiRtoti Graded School. 1'rof. II. R Kirk, II. A. Ater, Missts 4, subdistrict 5. Klsle Maxtor, Kllzabeth Baxter, CIco Henry Uennett Brownfietd. subdistrict li' Rur.a Board Forest Glade, division I, subd strict 3. Lilyan Carman Germantonn, division I, subdistrict 4Joe M. Drane High I'lains, division - KENTUCKY STATE Ufa Capps, division 4, Stephensport (Iraded School. Hoy McCoy. Ielah B Hawkins. Mary Bannett Drancs, division 4, SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harneu Stake Student's Judging Conteit $1,000 Roadster Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment subdistrict 7. Kosetta, division 4. subdistrict 8 Beulah Payne Spires, division 4, I subdistrict 9. Phelps Walker Bewleyville, divisMaude Smyth Harned, division 1, haw ih'pii secured f.T the ICK tt !".'KK'S world iviiow mil ion 4. subdistrict 10. Midwny of the twclftli niimial Kentucky State Fair, to be held In subdistrict 6 Louisville, Sept. of this year. Mrs. I.lna Pcnick I'crrlns, division Willie Basliain Harned, dlvMon 1, 4, subdistrict 13. subdistrict 0 Nell Cashman Garfield, division I, Coleman Carman Norton's Valley, Who Can Doubt Sworn Testi subdistrict 14. division I, subdistrict 8 Birdie Driskell Shellman, division Clara Eskrldcc Garfield, division 4, mony Of Honest Citizens 1, subdistrict II. subdistrict I4. Last Thursdaj Mrs F. L Lightfoot ICatio Chltwood Nebo, division 4, II. C. Jolly Iiells, division 1, Miss Jane Lightfoot, of Clovcrport, sumlistrlct 15. j. Some time ai;o I began the use of and Mrs. H. M. Beard went to West Virda Brown Bandy, division 4, Tresa MattinclyOakland, division your Swamp Hoot with the most reView to see Mr. and Mrs Henry Skill-ma16. 1, subdistrict .'I. markable results. For years I was alJess Uruner Post Oak, division 4, Mrs. Cova Smith Kineswood, divismost a wreck and was a treat sufferer. ion 1, subdistrict 5. subdistrict 17. Mr. H. F. Beard who has been ill for The doctors who treated me made me Mrs. Pearl Hart McDaniels, divis- believe Herb rt ICroush Freedom division that my yreat sufferings were a week is convalescent. 1, subdistrict 7. ion 5, subdistrict 1. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and due to female trouble I was so bad at Kuth Harned Koblns, division I, Jewell Moore Beech, division 5. times I would faint away and had sink babv, Mary Louise, spent Sunday with subdistrict 10. subdistrict 3. ing spells. Finally a new doctor was Mr. and Mrs. TIce Miller in the OakIvanO. Jolly Hazel Doll, division Hmnia Gray Antioch, division 5, called iu and he said that l had kidney land neighborhood. 2, subdistrict .'I. subdistrict .'I. trouble and gave me medicine, of Mrs. D. W. Scott has returned to Mina I'ale Hardlns, division --', sub Lennle Spurrier Mt. Gillead, diviswhich I took several bottles I obtained her home in Luuisville after a visit to district 0. ion 5, subdistrict 4. some relief from this but I was getting relatives here and at Hltes Run. Myra Uasliam Withers, division 2, Nettie Pool Calvert, division 5, sub- - weaker all the time; I could not sleep Little Miss Alice Hardin, of Hltes 10 subdistrict district 5. and suffered so much pain that my Run, is visiting her cousin. Miss Cath , Silas Miller Tuckers, district Colmore Lyon Constantino, division husband and children had to lift me In erine Klncheloe. subdistrict II. 5, subdistrict 6. and out of bed. After this time two Misses Anna and Ruth Klncheloe are Maymo Pate Tauls, division Hannah Pile Fairfield, division 5, friends sent mc word to try Swamp Bewleyville where they 14, subdistrict 7. Root, which I did, and I am glad to at home from Dugan Severs Poular (irove, divisMitchell Gregory Buras, division 5, state that the first dose gave rne great have been for a visit to Miss Ina Mc ion 3, subdistrict 1. subdistrict 3. relief. After taking the third dose I Coy. Kittie Miller Webster, division 3, Mrs. Lettuce Talis Salem, division was helped into bed und slept Misses Kosa Lou and Meda Ditto half of subdistrict !i. subdistrict i). were the guests last week of their the night. Daisy OreudorlT Raymond, division M. H. Norton Westvlew, division 5, I took several bottles of Swamp Root aunt. Mrs. Rosa Ditto In Brandenburg. subdistrict to. 3, subdistrict X and 1 feel that. I owe my life to this Miss Ditto sang at the Owen C llruner Frymlre, division Kuth Chambliss Hays, division 5, wonderful remedy. The two family wedding. :, subdistrict 4 subdistrict 11. Miss Anna Lee Bishop has returned doctors said that I could not live three Nora Driskell Cave Spring, division Aliens Middle Gilt Kdye, division months. I would have to be helped in from a visit to friends in and near :i subdistrict 5. fi, subdistrict 12. and out of bed ten to twenty times ev- Bewleyville. Allen llandy Clifton Mill.-,- division Edna Henni,'er Bruce, division !, ery night. After taking Ur Kilmer's Misses Anna Lewis and Clara Whit 3, subdistrict 7. subdistrict Ij. Swamp Hoot for two days I vas en- worth will leave this week forSllkston, Mathows Va!uut Grove, di Ovied Drans Coyle, division 5, tirely free from gotting up and could Mo., to visit their uncle and auut, Mr. v sion .'!, jiiibdistrlct S 14. sleep soundly and Mrs. Alfred Heston. I.ucili; II I'arr Jarted, divisicn 3, Vinnie Paul Hudson, division 5, MHS. D. E. IIILEMAN, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard aud daugh s idistiict !l. subdistrict 1.1. Tunnelton, W. Va. ters, Misses Virginia and Clara Beard, ifallle Severe Union Star, division Myrtle Adrldjje Shrewsbury, di vis Personally appeared before me, this are at home. from a visit to Mr. and : 1011 ., subdistrict 10. ubdlstnct 10 llth day of September, l!K)9, Mrs. I) U. Mr3. D. S. Richardson, at Union Star. sub-..'ilian Cart Shil divis on i, Ilallie Smiley Wilson, division f, Uiieman, who subscribed the above Miss Sarah U. Moorman, of (lien tf let II subdistrict 17 statement and made oath that the same A 'ella Baker Dean, spent last week with Miss Mary Little Pnion, division Is true in substance and iu fact. r,, subdistrict IS Franklin Beard Josi:i'l A. MiM.KR, Frances Khodes Rhouos. division 5, Miss Mary Sheeran has returned Notary Public. subdistrict ID from Irvir.gton, where she has beeu Letters In Coral Whittinffhill Glen Dean, di- the guest of the Misses King. Dr. Kilmer & Co. vision li, subdistrict I. Miss Stella Ball Is iu Owensboro llni;lism(ifn. N. V. Noll Sherou Mortons, division 6, visiting her auut, Mrs. Elmore. subdistrict 3. . Will Do For You Prove. What Swamp-Roo- t Mr. anu Mrs. G. W. livans were the Klla Whittinyhiil Rackvale, dlvis Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Sunday guests of air. and Mrs. Frank ion li, subdistrict 4. Binghamton, N. Y. , for a sample size Jolly at their hospitable home on the Ida B. Marr McOuady, division 0, bottle. It will convince anyone. You pike. will also receive a booklet of valuable subdistrict 5 information, telling about the kidneys Miss Beatrice Hayden, of Caruthers Mrs. Marian Marshall Mcfjuady, and bladder. When writing, be sure ville, Mo., is the guest of relatives. division 6. subdistrict f. and mention the Breckenridge News. Miss Anna Medcalf, of Owensboro, t size Regular and Mrs. Mary Brown Mattlnt'ly, divisbottles tor sale at all drug stores. Is the guest of Miss Annie O'Reilly. ion G, subdistrict 6. Willie Ilobeu, of Evansvllle, Ind., Anestotla Mattingly Poplar Run, division 0, subdistrict 7. This Letter Makes Us Smile. has been visiting his father J. T. Hoben. Zetta II. Simmons Sandknob, divis ion 6, subdistrict 8. Miss Eloise Hook has returned from Dear Mr. Babbage: I notice my Asa Chancellor Burtons, division 6, Louisville. subscription to the Breckenridge News subdistrict t. Miss Elizabeth Mattingly, of Glen expires this month. I have never been C. L. Williamson Fairview, divison the delinquent list since your first Dean, is night operator for the Cumb ion 0, subdistrict 10. body-wear- y and issue. Am enclosing check, and will erland Telephone Co. divls-ioWillie Fentress-Whitting- hlll, hilnd-faggeMr. and Mrs. Fred Basham and ask vou to book me for another five then's d 6, subdistrict I3. When this sub- daughter, Mary, have been visiting years subscription. the time to step to the Colored scription has expired, if I should not in Maced. nearby fountain and expire first', will renew again I have Willie Hoben and sisters, Kathleen W. 0. Nuckols Uardinsburg, divisbeen a constant reader of your good and Kegina Hoben, spent last Tues- ion 1, subdistrict 1. say thirty-eigh- t years; your paper with Miss Maud Smith near Glen Dean. Helen Nuckols liardfasburg, divis- paper for is newsy, clean and classy. Am alMiss Mildred Chitwood, after acting ion 1, subdistrict 1. glad to get it. Yours truly, Mollie J. Hufhes Germantown, di- ways as night operator for the Cumberland E. T. Haynes, Telephone Co., for awhile has returned vision 4, subdistrict 4. Durant, Okla. to Irvlngton. W. I'. Hughes Kingswood, division I, subdistrict 5. Mrs. J. S. Seller and baby of Rock Hew to Cure Sprain. L. M. Ford Irvlngton, division 3, port, Ind., are visiting Mrs. Dally get drink A sprain may be cured in about one- - Beard. subdistrict !i. g, Mary C. Henry Irvlngton, division third the time required by the usual that is Lambert Vessels has returned to his treatment by applying Chamberlain's 3, subdistrict 3. most cooling. A home in Louisville, after a visit to C. N. Robards Glen Dean, division Liniment and observing the directions 'friends drink that is refreshwith each bottle. For sale by all deal 6, subdistrict 1, ing, invigorating. A Dan May, of Columbus, Ohio, was In Hughe Garfield, division ers. Klchard town Tuesday of last weak. drink that i whole4, subdistrict 14. AtHiff Old Place. Miss Eloise Hook entertained a numsome and pure. H. L. Bruce Bewleyville, division 4, ber of her friends last Friday evening. 10. subdistrict Hal C. Murray will be at his old place Mrs. Spetr, of Cwensboro, Is visiting iert. There, Everywhere week as starter 'for the Qeaeral Tonic at the 1'alr this Mrs. Pate near town. WhMMver You Need races. No man knows better how to Take Grove's AtFwata trltKki Miss Ella Ahl, of Louisville, Is the The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless handle a bunch of race horses than does guest of her slsttr, Mrs. G, D. Beard. He was in Louisville last chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a Mr. Murray. General Tonic because it contains the week and says there will be a big crowd The Baptists have bought of C. W. well known tonic properties of QUININE from there Louisville day. Moorman, the corner lot across the These Good Dealers Sell Varfay and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives street from J. W. Miller and will erect out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Gibson's Confectionery Bolide up UK Whole System, su cents. Read thfc Little Want Ads. a parsonage. Kingsbury Uessle Brown sub-dist- ric Heulah K'owl.ind Hendricks, Division 1, subdistrUfJ. Gilbert Mac- y- Kirk, division 1. R istll-u-tl- TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork 14-1- 0 CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS ' GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY Reduced Railroad Rates f BATTLE sub-distr- OF MEXICO" For Catalogue and Entry Blank Address J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. Ml Hand-mad- e LINGERIE -- Designed by Evelyn Parsons in ct Woman's Home Companion For September Uxquistte Night Gown Pattern, Corset Cover, Combination Suit, Luncheon Cloth anu Napkins, Slumber Pillow and Dresser Scarf Patterns. These articles are also stamped, the material of excellent If you are interested iu embroidery net this magaquality. zine, for the Woman's Home Companion seems to make a specialty of beautiful underclothes. , Ea , Every Girl may Wear Lovely Lingerie if m She will make it Herself fifty-cen- one-doll- ar Tired? When you're n Youll a thirst-quenchin- Miss Myrtle Walls, who has beeu ridce, Genlveve Brown and Lillian ill for some time is still confined to her Petty. home. Mr. Kobert J. Ball has returned to t. Andrew Driskell was In Louisville after being the guest of Miss Mary Franklin Beard for the Fordsville last Friday on business. Mrs. Everett Pate and son,- - Kobert week-enLee Pate, of Cloverpoit, were the Wanted Twelve boarders Fair and guests last week of ber parents, Mr. Institute week. Write box IDu. and Mrs. George Walls. I have left my tax book with Z. C. Mr. and Mrs Andrew had as their Hendrick, at the Farmers Bank. Call dinner guests last Tuesday Mr. and on him and pay your taxes and get re Mrs. Lee Walls, Miss Linnie Walls, ceipt; dog tax must be paid ac once. Cat. Hendrick, tax collector Mrs. Everett Pate and son. Raphel Lewis has returned to his Please write your news items on a home in Clovcrport, after a visit to slip of paper and leave at the postoffice cousin Leo Hoben. with Miss Fannie McGary for the corMiss Mollie Iorst has gone to Mill- respondent. wood to visit relatives and friends. Mr. Muckenfuss goes this week to visit of Rkron, is visit-int- r his family at Owensboro. Miss Mary Smith, Miss Margaret Reilly is improving Misses Exie and Lillian Lewis. slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Verna Mattingly, of Mrs. Chintz Royalty, of Louisville was Los Angeles, Calf., are. visiting in the guest of her son Dr. H. R. Royalty town. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Heston arrived V County Court next Monday. Monday night for a visit to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jarboe, of Gray Mrs' M. D. Btard and other relatives. Hampton, have been the guests of relaMrs. John D. Shaw and daughter, tives. EulaHensley Shaw, attended the Herbert McGary, of Kirk, aad Miss e wedding at BrandenMary Kennedy spent last Friday ia burg last Wednesday. Cloverport with Mr. and Mrs. WilUaa Sheriff A. T. Bsard and W. S. Ball Dorst. attended the Masonic picnic at IrvlngTIm Twaaty Year Tavt. ton Saturday. Dltto-Rountre- J(J Allen Mrs. Joel H. Pila entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her nieces, Misses Alice Hardin, of Hltea Run, and Catherine Klncheloe. The following accepted the invitations: Alios Hardin, Catherine, Robert and Nancy Klncheloe, Mary Elizabeth, Virginia and Mildred Walker, Mary Dally and Shirley Beard, Emma, Helen and Coleman Haswell, Paulina, Robert and Charlotte Compton, Georgia Mc Has well, Wllhemlaa and Morris O. Ksk- - "Some tweaty yean ago I uaad Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aad Dta a li M . a n fm w Hamanv." wruaa ivn. HT i publisher of the Enterprise, Atodeaa, Md. "I discovered that It was a quick and safe cure for diarrhoea. Slaac then no one can sell me anything saU to be 'just as good.' During all years I have used it and recomi it many times, and It has never pointed anyone." For sale by all 4m) era. a BIG REMOVAL Ky.SALE! BROWN, Cloverport, eJ. H. Stupendous reductions in prices during the month ot August on the following lines: 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 HILL ITEMS "Look out for the brieht, th ; bright side of all thinus and keep your face constantly toward It. Thus a habit of untold benefit shall be formed and fostered." Mr. I'.ivc Thompson and family have moved to town. Lee Hvndrick and Hurt Simmons left here Saturday for San Diego, California. Mi's Mallie Iksird, of.Guston, who has been the guest of her cousin, Miss Ha?!c l'ayne, returned home Sunday. A blind man and a Woodman visited oi;r ennip Monday asking for help. Tle members responded nobly. The M. W. of A. is a good christian organization nnd should be encouraged fcy all good citizens. A. I?. Claycomb, Hill Haycraft, Tom Compton, Glen Hemlrick and Herb rt Haddock spent last week camping and fishing down on lower Sinking Creek. All had a good time anil report business good. Recent rains have caused crops'to look good in thistvicinity. The Germans must be using sugar for powder, judging by the way the price is raising. This town feels very much indebted to Mr. Sam Stites of the L. H. & St. L. R. K. for the new depot and nice condition of the depot grounds. H. C. Stewart is laying plans for a large addition to his repair shop and mill. Jim Rhodes our hustling timber dealer has shipped from this point since Jan uary I, 1914, fifty car loads of logs and ties. Mr. J. C. Crutcherand wife are home from an e'xtended tour of Colorado and other western points of interest. Misses Walker, of Vine Grove, were the guests of Miss Iissie Kendall Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Oma Dugan, of j Walter, Okla., who has been visiting friends and relatives here returned home Tuesday, Another Cur By LIV-VER-L- THE OLD RELIABLE est The City Commissioner of Terrell, Texas, a former Greenville citizen, writes, April II, I9I4 X Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Gist, from Chicago Junction, Ohio, were the guests of Joe Simmons and wife last Thurs- day. Mrs. Albert Lallelst was on the hill Friday shaking hands with old friends. She also made a flying trip to Mrs. William Allen's. Miss Dessle Laslle, from Louisville, was here Saturday and called on Mrs. Jackson. Jake Miller and family moved to Cloverport 15 years ago the 15th of next November. Have lived all the time in the house they are now leaving for Louisville. Thursday the lHth of August the seventy-seconbirthday anniversary of W. It. Wellington was celebrated at the home of his daujhter. Mrs. Henry Greenwell. Outside of family, guests were: Cliff Stinnett and family from Hardinsbure, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mrs. Eli M. Taul and fam ily from Tell City, John Klder and 'children, Mr. Allvay, from Tell City, and Mrs. Baucum, city. Quite a number from the hill expect to attend the fair at Hardinsbure this week. Jas. Handricks, who went to Ilardinsburg 4 weeks ago to sec Mr. Cal. Hendridks, who was so 111, has been quite sick and unable to return. Mrs. Emma Laslle wcnttoCanneltofi last week to meet her parents who were .moving from Mystic to Emerson, Ind. .. Mrs. Carl Benton went toOivensbaro last Sunday to see her brother, Kraize Mattingly and family. Frank Storms was in Hardlnsburg last Tuesday. d saying for publiuse of LIV VHK-LAI have been cured of a disease which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Biliousness, Stomach and Liver Trouble, Constipation and resulting complications, and commend its use to all like sufferers George II. Jackson. L. E. Griffith, Witness. Mr. Jackson, like hundreds of oth ers, h.is discovered the beneficial re sults of Llv Ver-Lnthe wonderful vegetable Liver Tonic. Harmless, safe for any child; has no Injurious like calomel. Pleasant to take; no nausea. Take regularly and keep well. 60c and $1 at druggists or from Lebanon In after-pllects "I take pleasure cation that by the Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will May. Mrs. Wade Pile nnd son, Woodrow Pile, have gone to Krymire to visit her sister, Mrs. Hughes Frymire. Dr. J. K. Matthews and Mrs. Matthews have moved here fiom West View nrd hove gone to housekeeping in the George Gray cottage. Kline Robertson, of Lexington, came Friday for the week end visit to Miss Isabel Moorman. Mrs. E. M. Speer, of Owensboro, i.s visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dick Pate. Mrs. Jim McCoy has returned from a visit to her sister, .Mrs. Kd Triplttt. Hobait Butte has gone to Gays, III., to accept a position with the P.ig Pour are here for H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Residence fhtllman House Medicine banon, Tenn. Company, Le- Klncheloe's Pharmacy. Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your dnicuist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any care of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or I'rotrudlng riles in 6 to 14 days. The first application l es lSase end Rest. ICc. Miss Ruby Kstclle, of Louisville, was 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 Remedy. He says, "After trying a doctor for several months, .and using different kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with severe bowel complaint for several months, I bought a Colic, 25c nottle of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After using the second bottle she was entire ly cured. ' For sale by all dealers. The Case Of L. L. the week end guest of her cousin Miss WEBSTER ITEMS. June llummaii, has just completed new residence in the West addition. Mamie Adkisson. Xelse Iteauchainp, of Mystic, was the guest of Miss Mary Noble last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Argabright were visiting Mrs. Albright's parents, Mr. of Mystic, last and Mrs. Henry Sunday. Mrs. Hue Casey and Mrs. Pauline Allen, of Louisville, are visiting their par ents Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. Cashman this week. Crayton Claycomb, of Lewisport, was visiting his uncle, Will Head, last Sunday Quite a crowd from here attended the picnic at lrvingtou last Saturday. Jtibal Hardin was the guest of his sis- a ter, Mrs Wallace Park, of near Clifton Mills last Sunday. I Misses Jewell Moore, Ruth Chambliss and Wiir Moore and C. H. Moorman joined a patty at Hardin Springs for the week end. Miss Iimnr.i Gray and Tom Mercer were the guests of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs I!. K. Gray, Sunday. Not So Strange After All. Mrs. Hwbert Heard, of Ilardinsburg; You may think it strange that so Mrs K. L. Ltghti'oot and daughter, many people are cured of stomach Miss Jane Lightfoot, of Cloverport, trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. You spent Thursday with their aunt, Mrs. would not, however, if you should give Henry Skillman, near West View. them a trial They strengthen and in vlgorate the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Mrs Rosie Kish, Wabash, Ind , writes, "Nothing did me the least good until I began using Chamberlain's Tablets. It Is decidedly the best medicine for stomach trouble I have ever used. For s.ile by all dealers. George Uashatu, of Mystic, was the guest of his daughter Mrs. lien 1'. Hardin last Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs. Jas. Skillmau, of Mystic were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Austin I'rench last Sunday, Mr and Mrs. 12. Cook mid family, of near I'nion Star were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Basselt, of Union Star, were usitiiig Mr. and Mrs. June Handy last Saturday and Sunday. Three cheers for lleckham, Johnson and Camden they are sure winners. Office Over Farmers Bank SIMPLICITY MARKED FINAL BEWLEYVILLE, I irl Hard.iw.iy, of Louisville, came down l'nday and spent Sunday witli 1'. Hardaway. CEREMONIES railroad. BEWLEYVILLE Miss B Ada Drury, of Louisville, and Mrs. K B. McGIothlan, of Irving ton, were visitors at Wade Drury's last week. ' Ham Mooman, of Chicago, came in He will In his Overland car Friday. return Wednesday. Strother Stith will return with him, seeing the sights of Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly , ('.race, daughter of Jesse Hardaway, of Louisville, is visiting Louise Ilardaw.n, Of Mcral Formality. Hen L. Stith and wife, l'annie Cain Hardaway and her brother, Kdgar, of Jasadena, Cal , arrived homo on the 12th Washington, Ami. in. With all the for si vend months visit. All look well simplicity which she desired and with and prosperous ami it is a genuine treat out any formality except thnt of tin to have them with us again. Hdg.tr is church, the funeial of .Mis. Woodrow negotiating for recruits to the Coldcti Wilson, wile of the presldo.it, was held State. ill the east room uf the White Hon e Mr. liircher's sisters, .Miss p'annie at 2 o'clock thlo ulternunu. Kor thu dav ollk'lnl business wa.s banished llireher and .Mrs Applegate, of Itniuden-burfrom the t'tcutive manslMii and Wash and Mrs. Wright, of Shelbyville, liigtou suil the nation joined with the with .Mr. Applegate and Mr. John Alvin, president in mourning for Ills dead. came over in an auto from llraudcuburg Immediately after the services here and witnessed his marriage. the body was take to the Mation, the funeral party depurtlnx to Koine, Ga., Missis Annie and Huth Kincheloe and the burial place of Mrs. Wilson's par Anuiel.ee llishop, of Ilardinsburg, atents. It was understood here that tended the r marriage. They during the trip through the south the remained over Sunday as visitors of Mrs. people will pay respect by tolllu b'inis Claycomb and (5. A. b'oole. special train chinch bells as the passes. Christ church in Alexander, Kobert Cain, son of Uoy Cain, will Va., which George Washington attend- leave on the 2.th for I'mlcrwood, X. I) , ed, has decided on this tribute. to be with his uncle, Dr. Tom Cain, Outside of members of the Wilson where he will enter school for the year. family, only members of the cabinet Miss Ada May b'oote has returned wives, the members of speand their cial committees from the house and from a visit to Lebanon and Louisville. senate, a few intimate friends anil the Miss Ruth Witt and .Airs. Dr. Witt, of employes of the While House were ltig Spring, visited Mrs. Preston pieseut at thu services here. last week. The children, Trestou and Lela, went home with Miss Kutli. g. b'oote-l'.irche- Mrs. Wlisoti's Funeral Void of Member of the Farm Boys' Encampment At the Kentucky State Fair, 1913 the country as they pass through. James Drury and his new wife, Ag nes Uaskett Drury, were with C H Drury Saturday and Sunday. U. S Wilson and son, Tom and fain lly, spent last week with friends and relatives downattheold home, Greens-burg- . Wm. J. Stith. of Louisville, Is with his son, Wm. Stith, Jr., for a week. The marriage of Miss Bessie Foote and John Uurchur will take place at the Methodlsf church Wednesday eve nlng at 8 o'clock, They will leave Im The Old Standard central streuctlienlnc tonic. CROVU S TASTULliSS chill TONIC, drives out tern. A ti uc tonic. For adults and children. 50c Malatia.entiches(heblood.nidbulId.iurtheiivs. Walter llames, of Louisville, is visiting his uncle, Col. '.. T. Stith. .Miss llertie Lee Jolly is spending the week with Miss Alene Hardaway, of West Point. mediately for Irvington, take the late train for Hartford, their future home. Itching piles provoke profanity but Doan's profanity won't remove them. Ointment Is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. Jim .McCoy, brother of S. J. nnd Hen McCoy, died in Louisville Thursday the Combined Army Constitutionalist His remains were brought to 13th. Headed For Mexico City. Irvington P'riday and buried in llethel Washington, Aug. 10. The Consti- cemetery. tutionalist headquarters here announcBaptist Association will be held at ed that General Villa had started south with his division to 'participate In the Ilewleyville llaptist church August 16th entry of Constitutionalist forces Into and 27th. the City or .Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher lllanford and It was said that the combined armchildren came Saturday to visit his ies of Obregon, Villa, Uon.ules, Hon. ChiLs. lllanford and Mrs. lllanAgulllar and Zapata, over which General C.irranzu is about to assume ford. command, will number over 70,000. Nn-turpur-eu- ts MOVING ON TO THE CAPITAL Memorial Notice. Portuguese Martial Activities. Lisbon. Aug. 10. Three divisions of e Memorials are Inserted In the 'the I'oituguese unity are being mobXcws at the rate of 3 cents per ilized In preparation to support Portugal's announcement that she will line, Please do not ask us to publish support Kngland In the ICuropean war. them without charge, .fohn D. Hreck-enridyI5ab-bat- e. Several from here attended the Ma sonic picnic at Irvington Saturday. Miss Lillian May hat returned from a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Wilson, at Olatlon. Mrs. J. O. Maker was elected corres ponding secretary at the Presbytery that recently met at Leltchfield. Mrs. Frank Hicks and children, of Scraboro, W. Va., have arrived for a Kulr, to be held Sept. It will annual Kentucky Statu AT J-he optional with the delegated iih to the class of cattle for which they visit to Mrs. Maston Bashara. A Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roberts, of will make entry uh Judges. In both beef uud dulry cattle Judging con- tesU W. A. Huruett of the Bourbon stockyards has offered geld Wetherford, Tex., are the guests of his vatclwe to the two winning eon testa nt. One boy from each eouaty wM fee sister, Mrs, C. L. Brulngton. i a.free trip to the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, of Howell, Ind., h 14-1k Tourists Held In Glacgow. Glasgow, Aug. 10. Fully lO.oOH American mid Canadian tourists are 8truuded burp becuuse the sailings or all vessels Horn this port liavo been cancelled. An Adriatic Sea Fight. Koine, Aug. 10, Reports from tell of u naval engagement on that port. Thu Identity of the oppotv-lnfleets Is not known. An-co- NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estute of W. ti. Lawsou, deceased, will please present the same properly proven, . ... M....l 1... I burg, Ky. lonlttifiltitri, lf..,L' .V. I t.cft H. H. I.uwsou, loillt Kxeciirnm 1 -- BORDERED CRAPE WITH NET. A most Individual use of a bordered material Is shown In this yellow crape, g Death of President Peru. Ruenos Ayres, Aug. JO. nr. Roque with a border of deeper yellow crape and, yellow roses. The sleeves are ono Saenz Pena, president of the republic bis puff of buff uet gathered lu a, frill of Argentina, who had Leen III for u long time, Is dead here. at the wrlnt. bubscribe Todty THE BRECKENRIDGE Msuod Kvory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, fBVNKlKKnJH WS.JLZ , JNO. I). UAUBAGL-- Editor and Publisher Go to Church! No Man Too Busy to Give an Hour Each Week to God TO I 11 unci 11 Is there a man in any community who is too busy to tijiend one hour each week in church? hours in every week. and sixty-eigThere arc No man is too busy to eat during the week. No man is too busy to snatch a few hours of recreation in every week. No man is too busy to sleep during the week. Yet there arc men who will. declare that they are so busy they can't allord to give one hour in every to worship in Clod's house. In church one hundred and sixty-eigyou will find spiritual food and rest. Of all excuses for lack of attendance at church the "too busy" one is the Itimsiest. Why isn't a man honest and admit that lie doesn't want to go to church? Isn't it a fact that a man has a better feeling within himself and the world in general after he has spent an hour in the house of God? 77E PRUDENT MANlS WELCOME ME AS S MONE? N 77E BAAC -- AUGUST 19, 1914 GO EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nml 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 conts per line. OBITUARIES charged for nt tho rate of f. cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your papor. If it i not correct please one-hundr- ht ht tify us. t iff) j9 '33 For United States Senator, Full Term DEMOCRATIC TICKET J. C. W. BECKHAM For United States Senator, Short Term ONE OF THE FINEST SIGHTS OF THE LENTEN SEASON WAS THE NOONDAY CROWDS IN THE CHURCHES LOCATED IN THE DUSINESS AND FINANCIAL DISTRICTS OF NEW YORK CITY. THEnE MIGHT DE FOUND SOME OF THE GREATEST MEN IN THE COUNTRY. IT 13 A HOPEFUL SIGN OF THE TIMES. NONE OF THESE REALLY DIG MEN WAS TOO BUSY TO GIVE SEVERAL MINUTES DAILY TO THE WORSHIP OF GOD. INCIDENTALLY, THESE DIG MEN BY THEIR EXAMPLE PREACHED POWERFUL SERMONS. J.' N. CAMDEN For Congress Don't hide behind the "too busy" pretext. It is too thin. If you have an important business or social engagement you will find time for it. Ood asks you to meet him for at least an hour every Sun-tinCan't you arrange your engagements so that you can meet him ? The visit will not be a disagreeable one. Surely you aro not ashamed to be seen in church? You no doubt have been seen in worse places. y. The man "who has money in the bank will get ATTENTION when he goes to talk business. To have money in the bank, PUT it there; let it STAY: constantly ADD TO IT. When you get a big balance, BE GAREFUL. You may, in ONE DAY, e. by some bad investment, lose the savings of a We will gladly give you our opinion on any investment you are figuring on making. life-tim- Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 BEN JOHNSON AN OPPORTUNITY FOR OUR TEACHERS. The teachers of Kentucky shall have a new opportunity to ac complish splendid work this fall aside from their own paid job?. The thousand "Moonlight Schools" which open their doors to men and women, educated and half educated, and without education, on September 7, 1914, in the many counties may arouse sufficient interest among our teachers to begin a similar campaign in Breckcnridgc county. At the Teachers' Institute at Hardinsburg this month the plan of the "Moonlight Schools" will, no douot, be brought before their minds and heaits. And is it too much to hope for an organization that will wipe out illiteracy in our :ounty at once? If the teachers would volunteer to hold night schools in the early fall our 1,750 people who cannot read and write would, by Christmas, bo reading stories of life and love and the facts that they should know. The greatest work our teachers could ever undertake would be to who have never meet every evening this fall with the grown-ups- , known their A B C's, and teach them what they have unfortunately missed. They could have many happy times together and we aro certain they would be the most profitable evenings of their lives. We hope to hear some day, if not in September, of ''Moonlight Schools" in Breckcnridgo. From week to week we expect to tell about the work the teachers of Hardin, Grayson and Lincoln counties are to undertake during the coming September evening? aside from their regular school duties. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stuart, who .stalled the 'Moonlight Schools" in Kentucky, will ever be appreciated by tho.c who are to be lead With Mrs. Stuart as presifrom darkness into light before Illiteracy Commission, and the assistance of dent of the Kentucky the country press, this campaign n:ain.t illiteracy will be a success in our State. ID-'O. no to ciiuncin Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. It was through force of habit which the head of our schools understands while others may not. We hope our teachers will have a pleasant and profitable institute this month. Miss Susie Lee Ditto, of Louisvills is here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. 13. Richardson. Mrs. Nannie Dowell, of Louisville, is Mr. Ed Triplett is recovering from visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John appendicitis. Or. E C. Harneil and Mrs. trarned Kennedy. were in Hardinsburg Wednesday. Mr. Bob Pool is ill. Mrs. Will Davis and two little daughAlbert Smith has returned to Louisville. ters from McQuady came Thursday to be with her brother, Clive Bruner, at George Macy is no better. Miss Lena Beauchamp, ol Clifton the home of their father, Mr. Abe Mills, is the guest of Miss Lucy Kenne Bruner. The ice cream supper given by Miss dv. Cashman for the benefit of the school Clive Bruner, of Metroplis, III, Mr. was quite a success. Proceeds $19.25. who lias been the guest of his father, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. LeGrande were Mr. Abe Bruner has returned. called to Irvington to be at the bedside Mrs. John Secuskia, nee Miss Argin of Mrs. LeGrande's sister, Mrs. Tom Hoard who had been in bad health for several months, died the l.'lth and was Thcmas who is sick. Mr. H. C. Truman - visiting his sisburied at the Hoard burying ground She leaves a husband ter Mrs Fannie Hoard. near Custer. Miss Cora Wood returned to her home mother, three sisters and one brother. She was perfectly resigned, and ex in Louisville Monday. pressed a willingness and desira to meet Miks Maude Maltingly returned home death. Sunday night from a two weeks visit to her grandmother Mrs. Price in Hawes ville at d relatives at Cancelton, Ind. SCENE OF BATTLE Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Maltingly are at home for a three months visit to their A Comprehensive Map of parents. They have been in California Border. the French-Germalor two years. n THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. DONT BE ALARMED! The war in Europe has caused some excit-mein the drug trade. Quite a lot of nt our pharmaceuticuls are manufactured in Germany, France, etc., but we have bought a large supply for our Fall and Winter business at a normal price, and will be able to take care of our customers with practically no advance in prices, while lots of staple goods have doubled in price already Send us Your Mail Orders AN ABUNDANCE OF FRUIT. The people in and around Cloveiport arc not -- uttering o greatly from tho drouth. We have an abundance of fruit, melons and enough vegetables. Every day wagon load? of peaches and apples come to our town, and we could not want them to be better or cheap er. Peaches are 10 and SO cent" a bushel, apples 40 cents a bushel. gone up Chickens 14 and IT, cents a pound. Sugar has unncccs-aril- y but it does not take another spoonful more for our coffee. President Wilson is looking into the Midden iiicrea-- o of price- - on certain food to it that the high cost of stuffs and wo may depend on him to living will not continue in an extieme way. We should be glad that we have to work and not to tight, and that the European wars are e Fast Color. Thill MilcMimii iHi'vurlcnted." i m rrist Kincheloe's Pharmacy The Quality Store fcSiici fcS'ifci 1 Ky. Hardinsburg, S?5 PS3 tiiiSi S3S li M Sea "As to how':" "Said this rolnr was fust." "Well, did ,iitii evor see a color get out of slslit more rapidly when It once started to Courier .lonrnnl. ninV"-I.oiilvllle CESKs -SSfci ' iS-Ifc- i PS worse than anv linancial di-tte- -- wo might tiller. -- Strange Difference. "They say Unit people wlio,i:. married set to li'iil; alike " "Yes. hut It's a queer thing tluil they rarely iet to think alike "- - iiitn Transcript " 5 verv pood one If we lint knew what to ! with it. I'merson nil times. Is a For Sale One framo dwelling with nil modern improvements on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality and at n hurgnin. Part cash, balance ou eay payments. Also one 4 room cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also ho sold on easy terms. two-tor- y In making a notice of Superintendent Trent'.- - trip to Frankfort in the interest of establishing special school- - for two of our of our present superintendent. we used the name of Mr. Pile m-le- ad This time, like so. SPECIAL TRAIN -- BELG BRUSSELS TO- I Breckinridge County Fair LOhowyJ What Every Wo; man Wants for Herself is .Sterling Silver A Card Case A Church . 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 Purse S Tnrlow Annuo! uuujfi nuyuoi 1 i Q i. AAR5 LA T0v,W,W ETZ A Coin Purse A Vanity Case A Fan Chain A Pocket-boo- k Tomorrow. August 20. I Leaves Cloverport at 7 a. m., arrives at Hardinsburg at 8:50 a. m. Returns at 4:30 p. m. Arriving at Cloverport at 7. p. m. ickets $1.00. Good to Return August 21 m 5 s k BELFOI7T' HatPms Beautiful lino of gifts Summer occasions for SBetQt rain stops at all points between here and Hardinsburg. I JZ DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER DENTIST Otto win Hardinsburg, Kentucky Vuif nmvi 8 1I a. m.'tol! m. p. in. to t p. m. 1 Always In office during office boun IniKtN. Kj. TShe Breckenridge News. 10, 19H WEDNESDAY, At'G. Entered t Custer's Last JAPfi Fight! In 3 Reels TAKES A if,! B M Nii-r- it tlio l'oit onilcpiit h Clorcrport, Ky second clam miittcr. HAND Mikado's IMJKINBS wm im&iXt Cloverport School Opens Monday, September 7th All School Books will be on Sale in m wlicn you want mlvcrtisurneiit illvonllnut'd. Tor Sale- AtlrirttsfM plt'iiM' nutlfy the THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE -. mm Government Sends poll SAI.K Oin'iiooil Years old. mid a wiipm. American Theater GENERAL OFFICES (Jlfimafum to Gsimany. MUST GET OUT OF THE ORIENT llmdlitslitiri;, Ky. Oil Price Mule and Wajjoit. heavy worU mule. II :i Inrli Owens nro cm Imtli. II..) ItnlH-rts- , NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Thursday Night, Aug. 20 who has been visiting relatives at Mattingly for the past three weeks r.rts returned home. IrH Bill ha returned from Chtnault ofter spending a month witn relatives. Mr. Uill will be assistant to his aunt, Mr. Ella Jordan, owner of the St. Grorge Hotel. Mr. and Mr. Harry Hills and chilhave moved to dren, of Richmond, Irvine, Ky., where Mr. Hills has a position with the new L. and .W shops at that place. Mr. and Mrs T. F. Sawyer and daughters, Miss Francis Sawyer and Miss Susette Sawyer, have moved into the residence with .Mrs. Francis Sawyer in High street. Mr. and Mr. C. K. TinuU and little daughter, MUs Vera Olga Tinius, and Miss EloKe Miller, of St. Louis have come to Kentucky to spend a month at Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Holder, Miss Holder, Miss Bea Holder and Mr. Fred Holder and Mr. Audley Greer, of Whitesville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGovern Sunday. Charles White and sister, Miss Ida White, have returned home from Mem phis, Te.nn., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bell, who are now taking a trip to New York on the ocean via New Orleans. Mr. R4TEb FOR POLITICAL ANN0UNCEA1ENTS Por Rent - River Ilollom Farm HKNT-I'l- ne ihir li'ittum farm of tin urn (1. nd ti.niitit Ikiii ... nh(l (iiit.lnillil li rs. 'IVrtns fusli rents Ik. In tire In i:iy " nt. I'lirtlirP lira Inquire of .Mrs. ii.idiiiiii 111 nun. mi l. i). . t a few days ex- The new State adoption will necessitate changes. For Precinct anil city Office?. For County Offices. . ..' For Stntenml District Offices For Calls, per,Htie For Cnrds. oer line.... For All Publication in tbe interest o( iudlvidunls or expression of individual views per line f 3.50 t 5.00 10 10 $ 15.00 Wanted Man and Wife The Germans Are Given One Week In ,,M' Wantk-O-Msi- i rk. '"r f"r Warship-FroWhich to Withdraw Their Mural wiic s fur loth Apply to lire. k t tirldnc News. the Far East and Surrender Tor Sale Chickens. Tholr I creed Colony In Klaochau r few rritsontldv Take tlic Concaqucnccs For The. P"lt SAI.K At mill lleim ( hire. UIknIc Is Is tind Pullctn. U. Vf. Kvnis. lUrtllii.lMiiu. Ky Declination to Do So. pri.-i-s 11 Tok:c, Atir 7. TJif .lapnnmo gov- For Sale Small Farm Id firm. V .irres I tulle ernment has sent an ultimatum to (3rr poll f I.!-- : eitstof lltinlliiHliurit many demanding that Herman war Plenty i)l tine milt unci ; line 1111.nl. ever Iiis'Iiik sliim In the far nant bo withdrawn 01 Hprlnir tienr lmne. Apply U. M N Itohi Ins, thn flrrmun lei's IliirilliisliurK. Kv. dlsmantlod'nirl that ed colony of Klaurhow he Hiirrendered Th ultimatum expired next Sund If (lormuny within thin wcok of gracr does not accede to tho .lapancsu demands tho .Jniutnnse government will tako such atcys an It snoa 111 The fai t that the Japanese fleet left .Japan some days ago for an unannounced destination and that a coiiKiilerublo body of Japanese troops have hern on transports nwnititiT 1111 order to sail for a similar loiiptli of time, indicates that Japan is pr"ii:rrd to use such force ti' may bo necessary to enforce her demands. In Its the .Jnpaiifsp domain' that Kiachow he tut ned over to Japan pending its return to China under tho terms of tho lease under which it came into German control In 1807. It also demands that Oernian warships In far eastern waters be disarmed and that Germany w'rhdraw nil her warships from tho China sea. The sending of the ultimatum to Germany was announced Sunday. At the same time Tnkaaki Kato, Japanese minister of foreign affairs, after a conference with George W. Guthrie, the American ambassador. Issued a statement which was intended to allay any apprehensions on the part of the United Stntes government and people regarding Japan's intention. The statement, In broad terms, assured the United States that American interests in the far east would be safeguarded by Japan and that Japan would uphold the integrity of China. itltl-natii- Yon can exchange an old Speller for a new Speller; Kirst 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 is subject to exchange UNLKSS IN PERSONAL Ibout People al PARAGRAPHS Home and Abroad Dr. Jesse Baucum RESIDENT 2-- GOOD CONDITION. Under State adoption the profits to the publisher, the depository and the dealer are so small, that cash for school books is required. Mrs. Nathaniel Tucker was in Steph eusport last week. John T. Ditto, of Decatur, 111., was here this week. Miss Lillian McGuflin, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Tula Uabbage. Miss Louise Nicholas leaves this week for Evansville. Morris Osborne, of Kansas City, is PHONE No. li Cloverport, Ky. Office Opposite Oelje's Unlit St. rc V. G. BABBAGE Law and Colleclin Agency J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Have you provided for your family in case of your death ? and Mrs. Ike A. Meyer, of Nashville, Tenn., came Saturday and stayed until yesterday with relatives. Mrs. Meyer will visit In Pittsburg while Mr. Meyer takes a business trip to Tampa, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. David Duncan and son, David Henry Duncan, and daughter, Miss Louise Duncan, of Brandenburg; Mrs. Dan Duncan and Miss Edith Gavock. Wheeler, of Louisville, were guests of Chas. Leigh, of Chicago, was the Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan during the guest of Miss Francis Smith the week week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer left end. Kissam and son, James, are Monday for Benton Harbor, Mich., to Edward leaving for Somerset, Ky., to join Mrs. be the guests of Mr. and Mrs Chas Miliary. Before returning honvj they Kissam and children. will visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sher - Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Compton, of RobMr. ana Mrs. Hugh erts, Kv., aie visiting relatives at Hites man, of Toledo; Atkisson, of Berwin, 111. Run. Misses Eva Wroe and Lillian Polk are visiting Mi.s Mildred Wroe at Ir- - visiting at Holt. Miss Vera Tinius, of 'Holt, has retur ned from Athens, Ohio. Mrs. C. I). Hambleton has returned from Louisville. Clyde Hall and Horace Tucker at tended church at Holt Sunday. Miss Mary Holesclaw, of Louisville, visited here and at Hardin Grove, Ind., last week. Chas. Reidel and daughter, Miss Katherine Reidel, of Holt, were here Saturday. Miss Pearl Hall is attending the Rockport, Ind., fair as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Zack Hardin, of Holt, has been visiting Misses Llllle and Maggie Mc Have you made provision for your own old age? II not, you had better do so at ence, by buying one ot those good lowest cost policies with the Union Central C. L. BEARD, Agent, Hardinsburg, Ky. WANTED!! Man of integrity and good habits interest and assist II to take one-ha- lf in running a local business which II has no competition. Best paying opportunity for a live man on the Ohio River between Louisville and Best Glass of GROCERIES! Fine Canned Goods. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Good Butter. EARLY ENDING IS PREDICTED How the Experts View Probable Ex tension of War Zone. London, Aug. 17. Tbe spreading of the war zone, which It is believed will bo the Inevitable outcome of the Japanese ultimatum to Germany, in the view of some Knsjllsh experts, is likely to bo followed by an open break in .' Fancy Groceries Delicious Cakes Hcrtides our complete grocery lino wo luivo j i 3 jce Cream, Cold Drinks and Soda Water We Fill Special Orders for Ices Breaking Wheat Ground. I Paducah. Address Lock Box 184. : vington. Morris Sanders, of Kvansville, is visi tiug his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Hrickey at Mattingly. Allen Lonir, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Mike Hen drick and Mrs. Hilliary Hardin. Mrs. J. U. Wills and daughter, Miss Gense Wills, expect to leave September the first, to make their home in Louis ville. Miss Maud Beavin left Monday for Loginsport, Ind., where she has a po Miss Beavin's many friends sitiun. will regret her leaving. Mr. and Mrs. ntnk Mattingly, Mr, and Mrs. Hen Ridgeway and son, James Franklin, are at Crab Orchard Springs for a two weeks stay. Miss Amanda Dean returned from Louisville last week accompanied by her friend Mrs. Patton who will be her guest ut her homs'near Glen Dean. Mrs. Rhoda Wright, of McQuady, will leave shortly far a visit to her sons youngster. drawn situation Julius Dutschke has a nice bunch of the already ten.-elcattle on his farm at Holt. They are between Austria rid Italy. 111 Should this break come. the opinprospering on a good field of grass. Mr, ion of these observers, It would mean, Dutschke is along in the seventies but in the present FituTition. tho speedy he is breaking wheat ground like a crumbling of Austria's power and the Prompt Delivery. Cloverport Ky. Allen M. Kingsbury, ' Sippel's Old Stand rfstei; Louisville Stock Market. Hogs declined 25 cents on the Louis ville market Monday. Tops selling at I9. Cattle were active and demand was good. Prices a shade higher than last vjeek. Shipping steers 17.75, and beef steers $5 to fjXio. complete Isolation of Germany. With no outside help and with her navy bottled uy, her commerce destroyed, Cloverport, Ky. her far eastern trade and possessions gone, the experts say It would mean that the piesent war would be brought to an early end even should the German arms win some victories in Belgium and France. H. McGbee attended the wedding at Brandenburg Wednesday. I Ticket 94 Wins. 1'erson who has ticket jt will receive the buRgy given nivny nt the Masonic barbecue at Irvington Saturday. Please present same at the First State Bank. I Feel secure when they know their money lodged in our burglar:proof safe. DEPOSITORS is safely it is SAFE BANKING-BANK HERE AND FEEL SECURE! " .Mrs. Adell Connifl was in Louisville YOU Mrs, Julius Sippel and children have returned from a visit o friends in Union Star. Misses Marie and Lottie llurch, of I,6uisville, are guests of Jlrs. A T. Ad- - last week. Mr. Stein, Miss Stein and Miss Iiltza- beth Deboe uiotoied down from Iouis- ville Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott. AOE JURY Clover-por- t what depositors want and is what they are assured of when they enter the portals of this bank's door. Hear the Testimony of Case. People and Decide the kins. is Miss Irene Moredock, of Marion, Henry and Ray Wright at San Francis the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Huwes co, Callfot nia. IVirs M. 1'. Payne and children spent Myron Moornmu, of New Albany, Monday in Louisville. sold his lot in Breckenridge add! has Miss Julia Lyons has returned from tion to Mr. Alviu Pate. Mr. Pate will Glen Dean where she has been the guest build on it this fall. of Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Dempster. Mrs. Samuel Brickey, of Evausville, Misses Isabelle and Martha Gardner, of Hardinsburg, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne. Roy Monahan has returned from Glen Dean. Miss Nell Smith entertained a number of her friends to a musk melon party Tuesday. Kendrick Jolly returned to Chicago the sweet castor oil. A pure, cold Saturday after a week's stay with his compressed castor oil with the disagreeable taste disguised. mother, Mrs. Sue C. Jolly. Extra Good! CASTORSWEET Price 10c Cyclone Liniment a stimulating liniment for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, hruses, stiff joints, cuts or any kind of pain. Price 25c ,, ! WEATHER EVERYWHERE. I Observations of Vnllnd States weather bureaus taken at 8 p. ra jenterday follow: Temp. Weather Boston New York Denver. St. 64 SO CO ' ! Gee Whizz a foot bath powder for tired, sore, sweaty, aching, burning and tender feet. Price Me I I 4 t '. san Frnncisco. ks cmcat'o, Indianapolis... 77 St. Louis New Orleans.. fcC Paul....... 56 70 Fog Cloudy Cloudy Pt. Cloudy f Wedding's Drug Store, ThaHsmtoiQiuWy CLOVERPORT, KY. 82 SO Washington... Clear I't. Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Generally fair. Doan's Kidney 1'tlls are on trial arc Mr. and Mrs, James Drury, oi Bran- being tried every day (or weak kidneys for exhnusiing kidney backaches. denburg, spent Monday night with Mr. What - the verdict? Read Cloverport and Mrs. Thiirman Dowell. testimony personal experiences of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Macey, of Illinois, Cloverport witnesses. There can bo are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jus. lioliii. only one verdict a chorus of upproval. Walter Meador, farmer, Cloverport, Mrs. C. II. Fritz, of Louisville, spent Ky,, says: "One of my fttmily suffered Sunday witli Miss Laura Hale. from sharp uultis across the small of Miss Hvclyu Payne hns for her guest her back, as well as other symptoms of Miss ICuith Donell, of Louisville. kidney trouble. Seeing Do.m' Kidney Miss ISva Schindler. of Louisville: 1'il Is highly recommended, 1 got a box Misses Mary and Jessamine Livers, of ut Fisher's Drug Store. They did a llasui Springs, are guests of Mr. and world of good. Since then she has Mrs. Albert Schindler. used Doan's Kidney Pills occasionally Archie Braiihaui, of Henderson, spent and they have always helped her." Price 50c, nt all dealers. Don't simSunday with O. A. Dowell. ply ask for a kidney remedy get Dian's Mrs. Agues Rhodes, oi Woodland, is Kiduey Pills tho same that Mr. visiting Mesdatues J. II. Hottell and H. Meador recomraeuU. P. Alexander. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. W. K. Ileusley the popular trainmaster Inductive and Deductive. of the L. II. & St. L. was at the BarbeIs from 'lipory Iicdiictlvo rciisoiiln cue wearing a broad smile, and shaking to facts, whllu Inductive roasop'r-.- Is bauds with acquaintances. Deduction is from facts to theory. Miss Willa Jlilf, Houston, Texas, is MoiiiPtime.s mere droaiulm:. oftentimes the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Johu Nevitt, very foolish dreaming, while Induction Is tho sane reaching out from iartlcu-Jaof Basin Springs. fncts to general laws. .Vow York Miss Margaret Connifl is receiving American. congratulations on being the winner of the "beauty contest" which was held at Policy, Not Poljtonets. Mr. the Masonic Barbecue, Saturday. (flhliH I noticed you ilse In lit car and Mrs. C. D. Hook are also in this thin morning ami glveiymuto n line, having won the prize for being the atcuit liuly. Ullilis- - Ye: it was ims. handsomest married couple on the tlon whether she or waK going to .laud on my fei't. -- Phllado'pliln Ledger. ground. " isl'o.ster-.Milburn : 1 11 1 'Miss Laura Lee Guedry, of Rkron, and Harry Harrington, of Chicago, attended the Masonic barbecue. FIRST STATE BANK, aaiimni Hipvurrrgnaai Irvington, Ky. J. C PAYNE, Cashier :: To My F riends and Patrons: I wish to thank you for kind patrnn.mo for tho lust (10 days and to nniiouncu to tho public that I tun now ready to .servo you onco hioro in ti yenorul way, us my Full lino is now coming in and it will pay you to look boforo buying elsowhero. My prices nro as low us is consistent with good quality and 1 am quite mh o that I can iiiako you feet that you can sayo money by trad-in- r with nie. .My Dress Goods and Clothing nro of tho very latest and at prices to suit tho timea. BRING ME YOUR PRODUCE J fll. l II. .Al f x nuiiL luia wi uullui. i'jhut imu vjuiutkuiia luu iuii iihx iui il wnnk iind will nuv hiahnst murk pi nrico fur Kiimn un tni ing to soo you soon, 1 am yours truly, A ti T. A. RHODES, Hardinsburg, Ky. Part of Race Track Crowd at State Fair 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 U, S. A. T Photos by Arni ricati Press AsMjuution. IS photograph, taken at the eleventh annual KiiiMieKy Slate i'alr In 11)13. shows part of the crowd witnessing trotting and pacing events The early closing events for the 1014 Kentucky State Fair, to bo held Sept. have tilled better than ever bc'fore recorded In State Knlr history. ). Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS" Wo pay the postage both ways on nil packages Si:o. or over. Work guaranteed first-cla- ss Prompt deliveries In lauttary packnge'. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lulorniution. Hotter. still, Bend trial bundle. Offices: 62S W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. German Guns and Russia1 Cossacks The machine Rtins of the (jcrmnn army are expected to play terrible havoc with the enemies of the kuNer. The of the Herman army are agreed to he the must expert In the world. The l(iisliui Cossacks compose the llowcr of the plendid army of the czar. They have 110 fear of the withering (Ire of the machine guns. RESEPiVE BOARD ENGAND'S ALLY IN THE ORIENT ACTIVE HOW WAR AFFECTS THE CITY OF PARIS Gay Capital NOW IN CHARGE New Currency Japanese Fleet Takes a Kanrj System to Be In Affairs, Toklo, Aug. 10. The first and second squadrons of the Japanese licet have put to sea. Admiral Down Is Jn command. The destination of the fleet is kept secret, but there have been reports that a Oerman battleship In threatening Hritlsh shipping In tho Orient and It Is believed that the movement of the .Inpane.ie warships Is connected with this. It Is tpsarded as certain that t!to Japanese government is prepared to carry out ter s of the alllan.'o with Kneland h the 'Iteral sense without reserv? It I - h Moved that th's la llkeh to lei.d to .i .)a"anee attack on Taintr Ta. the Gc rm..n naval ha e in the i..r a t. tl-- e - Quiet As a Pro Town. Put In Force. ' . vincial o1iaoizzo1fo1o1faoi f ,i NO DELAY Iri ORGANIZING With the Swearing In if the Members of ti e Federal Reserve Board Today After Months of Delay, jn Effort Will Be Made to Expedite All Pre. liminary Oreanlzat'on and Get Down" to Business at Once. '"If x Photo by Aiiieiic.in 1'iosa Assuuaii.Jii. For years the O'ermnn kaler, the war lord of Knrope, has heen getting the German army up to the highest point ot ellleiene.' The troops have been constantly drilling and mcneuvcrlng Mere are shown artillerymen at target practice. The man elevated Is keeping score. These men will now have a chance to exercise their skill ut human targets. German Artillerymen at Practice AVa.sl'Intnn. Aug l). The supreme ngoncy in the now currency system, the federal reserve hoard, assumed e tod-nmore than ovcn months after President Wilson signed the currency act. After all the delays Incident to the preliminary work of preparing for the system and dlllleiilty In the senate ovf-- r the confirmation of its members, the hoard probably will be able to get down to business till week. All members of the hoard are now In Washington. It became known today that President Wilson will name Charles S Hamlin as governor of the board and P. A. Delano as vlco governor. With the swearing In of the members only one more step must be taken before tho board takes up Its duties. Under the law the organization committee, composed of the secretary of the treasury, the secretary of agriculture and the controller of the currency, must call the first formal meeting of the board, A malorlty of tho organization committee Is now in Washington ami this meeting will bo called at once. Once In offlco tho board will make tho moves necessary to open the twelve reserve banks piovided by law Although there are several details to he worked out. the principal matter? that must precede opening of the hanks probably will not take much time. Tho svstem may he in opeia tlon in several cities at least beiore the end of the month. ( Mr-- . is about that of a small pockethand-kerchieThere are only a few old men left to print them. "Gil rtlns" has shut up. Tho cdltora have gone to the war, announcing the fpet in a llttlo poster. The schoob have been reopened, It Is holiday time, so aa to kcPT--thchildren occupied. Kindergartens havo been established in many public .buildings. The ordinary business life has been suspended except for tho proT. vision More--- , nnd even many of these are closf-d- . as tho owners have left for Mary Jane Crosson, of Union the fiont. o, Paris, Aug. 10. Quiet as a provin clnl town Is Paris under military law. vehicular trafllc has dwindled to a tiny stream of motors and horse cabs, almost exclusively occupied by sol dlers. The inhabitants are not allow ed out aftei dark without a. special permit. Some of the Paris newspapers continue to appear, but their size f. Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. cznoi)iioiioiioi!cioi5 jmF HICH-.S- . 'WW T nirt sin sat, m MARKET su mm w mJj-mu- , VALUE PAIO FCH HIDES "SKINS .TOUN LOUISVILLE, I.Y. if.7A?t'-HC- WHITE & GO, iq37 MANY Indiana HOOSIERS Tourists STRANDED r 1 : 1 1 i mii i u urn i nil ii i HUM hi In Europe Cut Off From Home Folks. Indlanapolb, Aug. 10. Many Indianapolis persona aro striving to get In touch "with friends who have heen marooned In Europe by tho war. It Is believed that moro Indianapolis ami Indiana people are In Kuropo this r than ever herore and, althimgr many of them have heen heard from, there are many others who cannot be located. Bum-me- Railway Service Stopped. Sofia. Aug. 10. Owing to the Turkish mobilization railway service beBulgaria tween and Turkey was stopped today. I" " ..I. .WWWiiin'-i'..- ii I TIT Til . I II TTI I English Dirigible In Action FA'tta the great European conflict airships will piny n hlg part Here Is shown gr sHrljrtble of the English army maneuvering while Its flight In the air is tsssil by English army officers. Note the gun attachment This can be de af tlM dvtflble alts the water. Germans Evade the Forts. UniBScls, Aug. 10. The Germans The Kaiser at f mmnnlcntlon nt Tongres, The Charrje Croyj'it Acjalnst Former have cut Umdon. Aug. agency distleven miles northwest of Liege. This Treasury Oirclal. patches say that tho kaiser Is with his hows that the German forces have army ut New York, A us. 17. John II. M i;ot around to tho rear of the 1'orts. wards, flrft t The llelglan Third division is ndvnno-n- g of '" Cures Old Sores, Other Rinedlts Woa't Ctrl treasury under President Hoose !' to rerapturo the town of Tongres. The worn casci, no nutter of bow long Handing, was arrested hero mid arraigned beare cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. fore tho United States commissioner 1'ortcr't Antiieptic Healing Oil. It relieve! . Towed Prize Into Bermuda. l'airt and Ilcalt at Ibe ume time. 23c, tOc, Sl.OO. on a warrant charging him .with Ottawa, Aug. 10. The naval serv-c- e and desert'oM of hit wife and department has received word that NOTICE. three young children In Washington. the Hritlsh cruiser Essex has captured On the advice of his lawyer he waived German vessel and towed her lute examination and was taken back to riernnida as a prize of war. ' All persons having claims against the Washington for trial. estate of Charles Simms, deceased, will Edwards refused to tell what he was Taking Prisoners to Germany. please present the same properly proven, doing for a livelihood. He said lie was Iondon, Aug. 10. A as required by Law, to the Bank of separated from his wife and had not dispatch from tlerlln says: "IJege ii & Trust Co., HardinsburK, Ky. money enough to support her. In our bunds, lietween 3,000 uud 1,000 lielglan pilsonera are en route to Bank of Hardinsburg Sc Trust Co., Reports of Naval Engagements. Otranto, Aug. 10. It Is reported hern that llrltlsh ships ure In actiun agulnsl the Austrian fleet. IO.t-N'd- ws Star, who has been visiting in Owens-borstopped over with her nephew, A. 15. Cashman, en route home. Htncry I;rench left .Monday morning for Alliance, Neb., where he has a po sition as telegraph oporator. Miss Kiln McMillen, of IJvnnsville, is visiting here. S. W. llassett and son, Roy, of Union Star, were in our midst last week. .Mr. and Mrs. I lest on Driskell, of Hardinsburg, were the guests of Mrs. Geo. liriskell Sunday. Rev. If. O. Cottrell, of Cloverport, filled the pulpit at the liaptist church Sunday morning and at night. Miss Mary Shellman is visiting relatives at Holt. Mrs. Lelah McCubbius, of Hardinsburg, is with Mrs. Geo. McCubbius. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Connor and children, of Cautdu, Ohio, are the guests of their patents, Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Connor. Paul Compton, cashier of the Hank of Hardinsburg 6c Trust Co., was in town last week. Misses Annie Ilelle and Kthel Murphy, of Louisville, are visiting their cousin, Miss Julia I'loch. Martin Frank caught a fish last week that weighed 75 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. I.amar Gardner, Louisville, spent a few days recently with his father, V. II. Gardner. Mrs. Geo. K. Shivery and daughter, Henrietta, attended the funeral of their cousin in OweusborO, Miss Kva liasham left Friday for Cloverport to visit Miss Eva May. Mrs. Clifford Moorman, of Hillsboro, Texas, is here to spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. O. V, Dowell. IVIcQUADYjTEIVIS. Jim Pate, of Illinois, was here last week. Mrs. Tom O'Connell and children, of Arkansas, are spending several days here the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Bland. II. 11. Wilson and wife left Thursday for Jacksonville, 111., where they will spend some time with their children. Miss Alta Webster, of Harned, is here the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jane Day, Mrs. Will Davis and children spent the week end at Garfield with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. llruner. Miss Nellie lleatty began her school at Jackson August 3, with n good attendance. The Misses Mi'ugus, of Grayson county, nre spending a few days here the guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Mudd. ONE ill oi B0DBB0N POULTRY CZZZ down a chick's throat cutis gapes, A few drops la tlio drinking: water curcr. an.l prevents diarrhoea, c and other chick diseases. o.tt Or.e 50o bottle nia'ces 12 trailers ft medicine. At nil druirttu.i. Valuable poultry book f re". BOCIB0N KEUfDT Cnur.tSr. 342 f ail Hila Mini LtiJnllM, Ij. Sold by 1M KINOHELOE'S PHARMACY.. Hardinsburg', Ky. Try a News Want Ad. Notice To Teachers. The otllcial course of study is now in the hands of Superintendent Trent. All teachers wishing a copy of same call at his ollice or enclose five cents postage for mailing same. J. W. Trent Execution of Civilians. Amsterdam, Aug. S. (Delayed) Refugees who have arrived here say that when they left Llego the Inhabitants or the city were firing on the Invaders from tho windows of hounes. The Germans were entering the houses and dragging these citizens out and executing all of them. 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Subscribe Today Will Us. ktn tarts DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS I X lid C 19 CVlUCllbl I guuig wv v e, UrTrn, I INVITATIONS TO.MR.VAtl-OO- ! tfUK',f 1 frunlr,. -- iiaicll wmc 1 CWNT AHO COWNTGSi tvw-D- v-t ,EC:xfnR.ANi) M T MM M Aunro ca BAKtfNSi-, or.AH' -- niLAt VAN tNWMev-wci- T lierT VoTi 'inns vo man am lads pomms be.-irhr- COLOGNE ) I AND BGAUCHAPi BARON AND PaVIUE. PGUKTIER. Ulft.CtiUAuMe viscount e ao an rE- i) I - 7 J Aiht TO BC . .U,.H,M7 VSiWtCI NN wexil 'ST ir SWELL A. PA. ,.mua . uinu sr yrTv m in lA,1R1AA yXss I V I kj jiM uomc- O'tOMMflB - A..! - J I' " ' WtDlN7 y poUSM P!klNS . THEr-l- nip nni ' VaiS VI j I o'nooRKii TooQ LloSIiG I'Tsai.in MtKEMNA. and NesAND 1 wwiti -- T" ,(, ments In f - VICTORY GSA iar moral ind t:. Hip I' Frcpr'-- lins lin.l the great nt ulvlnsr botli the army of r ra'ipp conii'ii-nc- In tnton'n.'' , REJOICE First Step In i that of ' Is mor" Fr.p"ivp. "vhlfh li.ivp been minte the arf. authorities lluit tin-i- t trallie-s :'! :'i",r . :i I thnt IN :irlillr v -- PALATABLE Better th.m Calomel ind Till-- OLD Ulil.IMU.K tlu-nin. HUGHES' CHILL TONIC Ko Arsenic, Reclamation Ccl-r--- . Is unolllcinllv oi ASsace. IMPORTANT TOWN CAPTURED rrrnch onrv lias turtiod (lie ll."ii' of the Germans and Ir advancing toward o' Stra sburi. forty mllps Ixntnd With the Taking of Muehlhausen After mar. 'vhlch Is liellevitl trt lie fitooint of the jireswit lnva nn. a Desperate Engagement In Which - to tw In Krenrli linnds. in tn the northwest of N'eu Ilrelsa'li. to which 'he fjorman lire rcpnrt'-i- l t De have rpt;nd 'rum .Miielilhauirn taiM r.f the occupation or !':lfnr nrr lacklns;. hut If would nnpecr ll'it tlir well at a Kemcily for Chills ami l evers, M.itari.tt l'evers, Swan lip l'"c- l jum wn.u you neeu hi mis Iltlious MILD I.AXATIVU. NMCUVOfS SKDATIVK, SI'LIJNDII) TON IC ver-iaui- EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Tfr It. Don't Ojinnltli. tiki T t tubltUjIl. It Dfuijiill, BY 50c lid SI 03 BtttlH. JPREPAREO 1 !" . ROBINSON-PETTE- COMPANY. KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE. - - I. 1 15,000 French and ID. In the the Huanluiw lost recent light 1'" at the Genrans lc;t 100 nerlln, Aug. 10. It is announced killed and more than that hi wo, tided. here that a French force advancing from Meirnrt. had a skirmish with Or.e wav to remove habitual con9ti- frontier guards near Altktrch and oatlon Is to take recularly a mild laxa was repulsed, withdrawing toward the, Doan's Regulets are recommend a box at all ed for this purpose. Paris, Aug. 10. Dispatches have drug stores- reached Paris saying that the French army which is invading POSSESSION QUIET 00K and which broke through tho defenses at Altklrch and ocGerman Constltu cupied the heavily fortified town of No Trouble Reported When on to tionallsts Entered Capital. Muehlhausen, has pushed twenty-twWashington. Aug. 17. The state de miles beyond Muehlpartment has received reports of the hausen. From the details received here, tho occupation of .Mexico City by Constltu Germans apparently made their stand tloualist troops under General Obre Thp entrance of the Constltu at Altklrch, where the French lost 0 men and the Germans 30,000, ac- tionallsts wa so peaceful and their cording to reports which have come presenco so generally accepted by thr people of the city that there was little from the front. After nrellmlnary skirmishes the for the Brazilian minister to report exFrench charged at the front line of cept the hare fact that the occupation .earthworks repeatedly. Their bayo- was, at last a fact. The minister war. n of tiie opinion that the new govern-inpu- t net charges finally disrupted the linen and the French broke would be set up without trouble. through and occupied tho first line ot General Obrgon stated that not n act of depredation was committed earthworks. There was a second line behind this, hut tho .Germans did not bv any of his men upon their entry attempt to defend this second lino, but Into the capital. retired in disorder toward Wallheim and Tagolshclm. A regiment of Only Ono."BROMO QUININE" nursucd them for a way. Inflict To Rtt the Kenuinc, call for lull name, I. AXAing sovoro losses. While it was yet Altklrch anil K. W. CJKUVI5. tures a i.oiu in uuc cold. "" dark the French entered 25c, cough and headache, and works oil were welcomed hv the Alsatian Ilihab itints. The advance was resumed at daybreak. German cavalry was en TERSE TELEGRAMS countered on tho outskirts of Muohl linnspn .mil was driven back. The Panama canal Is now oien to The French scouts then came on the commerce of the world. field works with which the Germans A nroch'.nietloii has b"on issued at The Held hnrl nrniected the town. announcing that litilmuiu lJ In a works wero abandoned and were oc- Sofia of slew The state eniiied bv the French Invaders. federal crusade Tho nation-widHermans rot' red to the northward with a French cavalry force harrying against Inflation of food prices is now on in earnest. their rear giiad- Ftftv uncontrolled lires are burning Welcomed by Alsatians. The war office thus describes the in tho great national forests of Mon "During the tana and northern Idaho. taking of Muehlhau3en: Rear Admiral Ward of the United march from Altklrch the French troops passed the abandoned earthworks and States iiuvy. will take charge of the The popu Red Cross work In Ixmdon. defenses of Muehlhausen. Thti race for the America's cup. lace came out from the town and In the which was to have been sailed next n frenzv nf dellciit welcomed French troops. The cavalry, galloping month, has been postponed until next thrnneh the streets, nursued the Ger year. The French estub- man rear guard. Turkey Is said to be reaulsltioning IJshed themselves north of Muehlhau cargoes of all steamships In Turkish Rpn. waters without regard to their nation "Rout is the only word with which ality. to describe the Grman retreat. The play- Hal Iteid. the French losses were not excessive wrlirht and motion nlcture man. acci when the result Is considered. The and is In a seri occupation of Muehlhausen, the great dentally shot himself 01 ous condition. industrial and Intellectual center Russia has made demands upon Alsace, will reverberate throughout that Unrestricted passage through Europe. "The Hermans retired in the dlrec tho Dardanelles be granted to the Rus , 'tlon of Neu nrelsach. The whole of sian Black .sea fleet. Tn nnler to meet the situation oris- Alsace will rise against them and ag lus; from the scarcity of coal and grain. their nosltloil." The minister of war sent this con Spain has suspended the tariff on gratulatory message- to General Joffre, dour, com and coal. ' commanding the French army: "This An nu'4l!sU torpedo flotilla captured initial success will have the moral ef twf Genium merchant voisels, o:ie a fect of hrlnelne nrofound satisfaction pauseugor ship and the other u freight to the nation. I thank you In the name cr. In tho Mo llterrunean.of the government." The .members of the Indiana notion The news of the taking ot Muohl id Kiiard are In camp at Fort Henjr.niln hausen was received tn Paris with Harrison to receive ten days' Instruc- Are Reported French See Long-Soug- 30,000 Germans M'nar ??fs?lan to Have Been Lost, St. l'etrsbura. Wedge to fightln? at Vllna Opening 3lxt 'uen. In t'ie Revenge For 1870. Vprt'-'iolov- Fnemsmcnt';.' Aug. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Ger-ma- n Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 a Bath $1.50 European 2-- Alsace-Lorrain- Solicits patronage of Clovcrpart Photo by American Press Association. The English navy was taken into consideration when the great powers of F.urope became Involved. The navy never was in liner condition than just now. The above picture was taken from the Iron Duke, which It now la the North sea. Business Men and Shoppers Col-ma- r, o As Viewed From the Iron Duke 15,-00- News Want Ads. are Little Winners INDIA LOYAL TO ENTERPRISE Every Assistance of Men and to England. Bombay, Aug. 10. A meeting or the most Influential citizens of this city has been called for the purpose of ot- ferlnc to tho British government eve- -' assistance of men and money. The sous of many untlve chiefs lire begging for tho "proud privilege of nuking u saciillce for the e'mpiie." Money-Offere- THE KAISER DISAPPOINTED Ger-mn- sin-g.i- e dra-nno- He Thought Belgium Would Welcomd His Soldiers. Hi. The German Brussels, Aug. Torres In the Luxemburg district of Belgium are retreating before the advancing French reinforcements. It is reported hero that the' German commissary has fulled to provide for the army's stomach, the Icalrcr having told his men that they would marcn FREE FREE through a "smiling - e Warning to Civilians. Aug." 10. Tho following statoTiont Ih nrde here: "The civil-anof Llcc- fired upon troops and doc tors from nmlunh. Similar oecm" hove been reported from the If France and frontier no: r Mcts. Iii IkIt.'i pre prppnrlng for such a war lhe t'ie ni'ist expect retaliation. Cermnn troops are accustomed to flgut only armed military enemies, and Berlin. a s the;-cann- Many German soldlprs eountrslde." ind o""cer s.ir'.endeied because they were too e: This situntlon IfImitated to light. now believed to have been behiud request for an armistice. The Germans before the Lie'-thnve made another request for an armistice and ai'.aln have met with a refusal. s bo blamed If in they give no quarter." e Two Prizes of War. Paris. Aug. 10. The German vessels Ariadne and Neptune have been seized as prizes of war at Rouen. eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are Most disllffurlne skin due to impure blood. Important Ports Closed. Paris. Aug. 10. The ports of Calais Burdock Blood closed to ship Bitters as a cleansing blood tonic, Is and Havre have been ping. well recommended. $1 00 at all stores. Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes Tho personal reminiscences of Baron de Moneval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, brinj: out, as no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of l.aJcri. De Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recommends them. TERSE EXPERTS SCOUT THE STORY Military Men Don't Believe Warsaw-HaBeen Taken. London, Aug. 10. The report that the Germans havo captured Wnrsaw t regarded hero as n canard. Such p. feat Is believed to be absolutely Impossible. Warsaw is a first class and has an Immense garrison Tho Idea that It wns captured by n German coup de main Is scouted tv for-'tre- TELEGRAMS well-know- - .tialam anil itallffht streets, reading Pro'wda fllln.1 bulletin's, sing- the ing and shouting to know that an important step had been taken In the task of regaining the provinces lost la the war of 1870. French Are Rejoicing. No confirmation has been received in Purls of the. re nor t which has reach ed here by way of Berlin to Amsterdam to London to Paris that Liege has (ailed. The war office expressed the hope that the Germans were still held In check at Liege while the Belgian, French and Uritish rorces are preparing to block their war at Huy and Na mir The victories of the French : imr. of JirastoB la. Hi te tion in tho. gamo of ;n war. The Portuguese cabinet has decided make-believ- e Kant Africa and to increase t'n Portuguese navy by arming murchuut lis. CMva the garrison In form-Kus- Hew Te QuMm T CMidrea. FEBKILINB U tht trade-mar- k nxmi fiitn to an Improved Quinine. It la a TaaUUu Syrup. Plea, aat to taka aaddoei not dUturto th aiomach. Children take It and never know It la Quinine. taka ordinary Quinine. Doei not nauatat nor cauaa nervouancaa nor rmsina m aw ncau. a ir It th nest time you need Quinine for any pur-po- a. original package. The Aak for nan PKBUUNK i blown in bottle, ii cenU. IrL Npw is the time to subscribe The fierman consulate In Toronto Is closed and the Hag of the kaiser haul ed down. Tho municipal council of Paris voted to change the name of tho Hue Da Berlin to the Hue Pes Bulges. It is reported that cholera has broken out In the Servian and Aur. trlan armies on the Servian border. as German Russians disguised women blow up a bridge over the Oder at Stettin, a port on the llalttc, military experts. north of Berlin. A renort from Genoa says that the casino at Monte Carlo has been closed War Penetrates Africa. London, Aug. 17. An official dis- and Vice Director Kotz has been shot patch from the government of Nyassa-lan- as a German spy. says that the government's armed fireat Britain has promised Holland steamer Gwendolen captured the Ger- tn resnect scruiiu ously Dutch neutral man armed Bteamer Von Wlssman on Ity, and her warships will not enter Lake Nyassa. The guns and engines he west Scheldt of the Von Wlssman were removed A British cruiser has destroyed the a and the crew are held prisoners. German wireless station at laam, an Important port and military China Also (Jotting Busy. itation In German East Africa. London, Aug. 17. it Is reported that Charles W. Danforth. New York China is movtna a strong force toward manager of the Pittsburg Steel and Tslnanfu, capital of the province pf Iron company, dropped dead In th Shantung, 100 miles from tne uuir or. Grand Central station at New York Pecblll. Neither the Japanese embasThe Kuropean conflict has given a sy nor the official bureau here will congreat Impetus to tho United States report firm or deny the postal savings system, large number ot wage earners of foreign birth tak The Austrlans Driven Back. savings to the postomcos. Nlsh. Servla. Aug. 17. 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BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY FAIR 1' Continue! from ge i for his imtirinjr work in mnkin:: the fair n success in spito of the drouth mid other things that ho had to overcome. The Shelby county fair is holdinp tlm wecli it- - tifiy fourth hoped that Breckenridge County exhibition, tind it will not only hold its ninth fair next year hut will keep on and on, crowing in years and beauty and excellence. The premiums awarded are as follows: tin-mi- ni I U. I,. Roliert-ofirst: A T. Bean!, second. licit Kiddle .stallion, mate or gelding, First Day. attv jjje, owned In Ilrcckenriilge county, lireeds. Swine All A. T. Heard, first and second. Best iKKir, one year old and over, Thos. Rest stallion, mare or gelding, any IJonogliuc, first premium. age, J. llorman, first; h. U. Wells, Best Wir, under sis: months old, Thos. second; H.irrel & Spalding, third. Kennedy, second. Donoghue, first; Thos. Racing liest sow, one year old and over, J. 1'. One-hal- f mile dash, four or more to Kennedy, first; Thos. Donoghue, second. sow. six months old and under start, two best in three Indian won the one year, Thos. Donoghue, first and first and Mont I.ee second. One-hal- f mile dash Lady Reed first, second premiums. Ilest sow, under sic months old, J. I'. Mont I.ee second, flood News third. Kennedy, first; Thos. Donoghue, second. n, V List of premiums awarded at County Fair. Ilreckeii-ridg- e any age, M All Breeds. Ilest herd, one boar and two sows, over oue year old, Thos. Donoghue, first Best herd, one boar and two sows, ruder six months old, Thos. Donoghue, first; Harford, second. Best two pigs same sire, either sex and any age, Thos. Donoghue, first; J. Kennedy, second. Beef Cattle. Best herd over two years old, and best Horses and Mules. herd under two years old, Con am Gus Best horse mule, three years old and Mattingly got first premium in both over, Heslou, Whitworth & Co., first rings. Their herd was pure bred Alcr- second. and deen Augus, and were the only herd on Best horse mule, two years old and the grounds. They were fine cattle. under three, Olen Moorman, first; Taylor Harness Horses Dowel I, second. Best harness mare or gelding, four Best horse mule, one year and under years old and over, h.. h. Robertson, two, McOary Itros., first. Best horse mule, under one year first; J. W. llorman, second. Best harness mare or celdinu. three (suckling), Ves Smith, first; Jonas I years old and under four, Wells & Stuffy Lyons, second. Best mare mule, three years old and first. Best harness mare or gelding, two over, L. L. Wells, first; Geo. Lyddati, years old and under three, S. J. Thompsecond. Best mare mule, two years old and son, first; Wells & Stuffy, second. Best harness mare or gelding, one under, Geo. Lyddan, first: Olen Moor-mtnyear old and under two, Wells & Stuffy, second. Best mare mule, one year old and un hrst; S. J. Thompson, second. Best harness stallion, four years old dertwo, Geo. Lyddati, first and second. Best mare mule, one year old and and over, Harrell, first and second. Best harness stallion, three years old tinder (suckling), Jottas Lyons, first; and under four, Wells & Stuffy, first; S. Geo. Lyddan, second. Best hoi.se .uitUe, any age, Heston, J., Thompson, second. Best harness stallion, two years old Whitworth & Co., first. Best mare mule, any age, L. L. Wells, and under three, Wells & Stuffy, first; Had & Spauldiug, second. first. Best pair mules, .my age, L. L. Wells Saddle Horses first. Best saddle stallion, four years old and Jacks and Jennetts. over, Harl & Spaulding, first; A. T. Best jack, two years old and over, C. Beard, second. 1'. W. I'oote & Son, II. Drury, first, Best saddle stallion, three years old second. and under four. Wells & Stuffy, first; S. Best jack, under two years old, and J. Thompson, second. hast jennelt, any age, C II. Drury, first. Best saddle stallion, two years old and Best draft stallion, any age, I'. W. under tiiree, Harl & Spaulding, first; & Son, first and second. I'oote Dr. P. W. Hoote & Son, second. Best draft mare, any age, W. I'. Hall, Grand Champion Combination Stake first; John Lyddan, second. Best combined stallion, mare or gel Saddle Horses. Ilest saddle mare or gelding, any age, ding, Wells & Stuffy, first premium $50 S. J. Thompson, first; L. L. Wells, S. J. Thompson, second premium $35; Harl & Spaulding, third premium fjo; second. Best suckling mare colt, C. II. Drury, G. W. llorman, fourth premium 15, and Harl & Spaulding, fifth premium fio; A first; Green Bros., second. T. Beard, sixth premium fu Best suckling horse colt, J. W. llest combined mare or gelding owned first; Itoht. Moorman, second. Best model stallion, mare or gelding, in Breckenridge county, A. T. Beard S. J. Thompson, first; L. L. Wells, sec awarded first, second and third pre tniums, $22.50. ond. Best stalltott with four or more of his Best walking mate or gelding, three years or over, Thos. Lyddan, tint; Geo. get for Breckenridge and adjoining coun ties, C. H. Drury, first; Green Bros Lyddan, second. second. Breckenridge County Special. Donation made liy officials of BreckThird Day. enridge county. Best saddle mare or gelding owned in Sheep. Breckenridge county, A, T. Heard, first R M. Cannon & Sons were awarded and second; C. II. Drury, third. all the premiums on sheep. Light Marnea Horses For BreckenBeef Cattle Sweepstakes. ridge County. Con and Gus Mattingly were awarded Best harness stallion, mare or gelding, first premium on best bull, any age, and best cow, auy age Beef Cattle. Ilest hull, two ears old and over. Con and Otis Mattinglv, first premium. Iiest hull, under one year. Con and Ous Mattiugly, first and second premiums. Best cow, two years old and over, Con and Ous Mattingly, first. Best cow, one year oltl and under two, Con ami Ous Mattingly. first. Best cow, under one year. Con and Gus Mattingly, first. Second Day-Louisv- ille Day. Swlnd , Best harness gelding 4 years old and over, E. L. Robertson, first; Wells & Stuffy, second. Cloverport Mothers Should Not Best harness gelding $ years old and under A, Wells & Stuffy, first, S. J. Neglect Kidney Weakness in Thompson, second. Children. l'or Breckenridge and Grayson Counties, Best and finest stallion, mare or gelding, two years old and under, to be ownMany children have weak kidneys. ed in Breckenridge or Grayson Counties, An early warning is Often followed by backache, headache, shown to halter, C. II. Drury, first; Green Bros. Second. languor. 'Tis a mistake to neglect these troubles. To blame the chi d for its own distress. Notes. Seek to check the cause. R. M. Cannon' & Sous, of Leitchfield, Save the child from dangerous kidney d made a clean sweep on Registered ills. Dawn Sheep. Doatt's Kidney Bills arc esecially for Con and Gus Mattingly had the only weak kidneys. Thousands of parents know their herd of beef cattle on the grounds They are breeders of Pure Bred Aberdeen Anworth. gus. Their display was fine. Read this testimony. Mrs. C. II. Hlder, Taylor St., Cannel-toMr. and Mrs. J. L. Dent, Thos. RhoInd., says: "I used Doatt s Kidney des and James Fentress, of Leitchfield; Pills in my child's case and it took only Mr. Oliver, of KliKibethtown; Hon. R. a short time before they helped her. W. Owen and Mrs. Owen, of Owensboro; The child had weak kidneys nearly all Thurmau Smith and daughter, Mildred, her life and there seemed to be difficulty of Louisville; Kit Weymouth, of Vine with the kidney secretions day and night, Grove; were among the many visitors which greatly interfcrred with her school from other counties. work. She was very nervous and was John Owen, of Glen Dean, says he has cross and irritable. Doan's Kidney 1'ills the best crop of tobacco he has raised in checked the trouble nnd I believe that many years. continued use will make a complete cure. In the Walking Horse ring Thoj. LydIt gives me pleasure to recommend Doan's dan won the first premium ami his broKidney Bills to parents having children ther George won the second. Tom was afflicted with weak kidneys." delighted over beating George who was I'rice 50c at all dealers. Don't simply so sure he was coing to get it. Ihere ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's were six other entries in the ring and alt Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Klder were good steppers. n Co., Props. recommends. B. F. Deaid & Co had a fine display Buffalo, X. Y. of farm machinery, the only one on the grounds. Other dealers ought to take In Mr. Beard's pen his Cock bird was advantage of the same opportunity. imported from England. It is front the There is nothing so interesting and helpTout Barrows strain which won in all ful to the farmer. contests in America, Kurope and CanaThe Hon. Chas Blanford was an onda. Mr Beard has ten hens entered in looker at the fair. He was 74 Aug. 8th, the Xational Kgg Laying Contest and and is holding his own well. are now holding fifth place in competi For the eighth time and the eighth tion with 270 other White Leghorns eatFive of year the writer had the pleasure of from eight different countries. ing some of Mrs. W. R. Moorman's his hens have each laid 170, 165, 158, 150 We believe it and 150 eggs and with four months more premium pound cake. to run they will easily reach the 200 egg tastes better every year. Mrs. W. H. Gibson reports that she mark. Mr. Beard has now 700 hens 2,500 chickens in all. He has raised ov found her hand bag, which was lost during the Irvington Barbecue, near her er 3,000 this year. Mrs. Frank McGary won first prem home where she lost, it. turn on Cock.and Pullets, White Orping Sheriff A T. Beard and his deputy W. tons. C. Pate picked up three negroes for sellHerbert Hall first and second on White ing whiskey near the grounds. Wyandott pulletts and first and second Not So Strange After All. on Cockerel. M. u. neard won lirst premium on You may think It strange that so Cock and Cockerel and second premium many people are cured, of stomach on pullet, S. C. Rhode Island Reds. trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets; You M. D. Beard, Jr., and Ralph M. Beard would not, however, if you should give showed a pen of Rufus Red Belgian them a trial They strengthen and inHares, full blooded stock. The buck of vigorate the stomach and enable it to this herd won the first prize at Indianap perform its functions naturally. Mrs. olis 1914 and the doe second prize. They Rosie Rish, Wabash. Ind., writes, are beautiful animals and the first of the "Nothing did me the least good until I kind ever shown in this sectipn. began using Chamberlain's Tablets. It Mrs. Thos. O'Donoghue, Tuels Creek is decidedly the best medicine for Poultry Yards, won first prize for Best stomach trouble I have ever used For Barred Plymouth Rock Cock and Hen, sale by all dealers. first and second pr.'zcou Cockerell, first and second oti'pullett, first on Embdeu "Sunrise ,Slope"-Love- ly Farm gander, first on goose, first on Peaken Place Near Irvington. drake and Peaken hen. Ox-forn, Boster-Milbur- A DANGEROUS MISTAKE Harness Classes For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine. Hay Tedderand other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay Mc-Cormack or straw. P. M. BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky. For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. Fine Farm For Sale On account of not being able to propeily attend to farm, situated on ttoiub Creek, in Ohio county, about 1 miles from Dundee, Ky., on the M., H. & E. K. R. and the same distance from Narrows, Ky., on the I. C. R. R., I have decided to sell same, consisting of about 190 acres. Will sell as a whole or divide it into two or three parts and sell separately. TThe greater part of the farm is Rough creek second bottom land, which does not overflow. Have large barn, good orchard and good, inexhaustable well of water. This is an opportunity to buy a good farm at a reduced price. For further particulars call on or address W. H. MOORE. Narrows, Ky. 3 Tobacco In the Tobacco Special offered by the Bank of Ilardiusbtirg & Trust Company Humphrey Marshall won first premium on Burlev and D. G. Alexander second. Pryor D. G. Alexander first and By ron Glasscock second. Bor-ma- Fruits and Vegetables Another Cured By LIV-VER-L- The City Commissioner of Terrell, Best cow, two years and under three, Harness Clauses Texas, a former Grecnvllla citizen, Burrows, first; Beard Ilros,, second. Ilest harness mare, 4 years old and ov writes, Ilest cow, oue year and under two, er J. M. Howard first, A. T. Beard April Best display of peaches six varieties, Calvin Hendricks first and Wm. Coomes second. Best display of pears, G. A. Wright first and Cat Hendricks second. Best display of grapes, Mary K. Kin' cheloe first. Best display of fall apples J. F. Mo Gary first and Silas Miller, second. Ilest display of winter apples J. F. Mc Gary first. Best Bushel of wheat. P. II. Snyder first and D. S. Sipes second. Best bushel of oats, J. F. McGary first premium. Best white com 1O12 crop J. II. Klder. Dairy Cattle. Best white corn 1913 crop Wm. Coomes Best bull, two years old and over, first and Cal Hendricks second. Beard Ilros., first premium. Largest Watermelon, Charles ICllegood Ilest bull, under two years, Bormau, first, G. A. Wright second. first; Harford, second. F.tuhert Brown first premium on beets. Best cow, three years and over, Beard Best cow, any age, Beard Bros, first. Bros., first; Burrows, second. Day-Everyb- ody's The home of Miss Margaret Green wood and Miss Julia Greenwaod, pre vlous to their possesion was known as "Cherry Tree Springs '" The name was given on account of a large cherry tree that grew near a spring, in the yard. The tree becoming old and gnarled, losing its presttve beauty, It was decided to sacrifice it to the woodman's axe. When the tree was gone, the name weat with It. Oa ac count of the situation, it was conclud ed they the place for the book of poems, "On The Sunrise Slope by Catherine E. Conway' The home is a quaint old structure of limestone rock and has battled with the elements more than a century. The gray walls are now mantled with clinging ivy, dear to those who dwell there because of Its history. The original branch having been brought from the Groths of Lou dres in France by Dr. Carrigan, of new York and came to "Sunrise Slope" through the generosity of Is Deliriously Smooth The real test of quality in a drink lies in its smoothness. You will be struck with this characteristic of Par-fa- y as you take the first sip. You will find a richness, a mellow smoothness that is Pacf ay own. a friend. PRBRILINR is the trademark- n.tn rl..n In . Improved Quinine. It it Taiteleit Syrup, pleasant to take and doe not dltturb the atomach. Children take It and never know it 1 Quinine. Alio especially adapted to adult who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Doei not nauaeite nor came nervouineaa norringina; in the bead. Try 11 inc acxi lime you neca Quinine lor any purpose. Atk (or original package. The name FliBKIUNU i blown in bottle. 23 cenU. How To Qlvo Quinine To Children. satisfying, it is refreshing and it is wonderfully mellow and smooth. Parfay is good, it is Here. There-Everyvvfier- ft At founts CJp or Bottled' saying for publuse of have been cured of a disease which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Biliousness, Stomacli and Liver Trouble, Constipation and resulting complications, and commend Us use to all like suirercrs " George II. Jackson. L. & Griffith, Witness. Mr. Jackson, like hundreds of oth ers, has discovered the beneficial rethe wonderful sults of vegetable Liver Tonic. Harmless, bate for any child; has no Injurious like calomel. Pleasant to take; no nausea. Take regularly and keep well. fOc and $1 at druggists or from Lebanon "I take pleasure ication that by the 1 Burrows, first; Harford, second. Best cow, one year old, Burrows, first; lies liprness mare, 3 years old and ov Beard Bros,, second. er four, Wells & Stuffy, first and second. Best bull, auy age, Burrows, first. Best harness mare, 2 years old and un Turkeys der three, S. J. Thompson, first; Barman premium on second. Miss Anna Hendricks Best harness mare or gelding, I year White Holland Turkeys, Tom and Hen. Mrs. Thos. Beard premium on Ilroue old and under 2, Wells & Stuffy, first; S. J. Thompson second. Tom mid Hen Mrs. A. P. King premium on Saddle Classes and Hen. Best saddle gelding 4 years old or ov Poultry er, A. T. Beard, first. Best saddle gelding 3 years old and un For the best :o birds, any breed, P.M. Beard captured the first premium on his der 4, A. T, Beard, first, C. II. Drury, pen of Golden Rod White Leghorns. second. They were beauties too. There were Ilest brood mare with 1914 foal by her three other entries in this contest, I'runk side, mare to count 50 per cent, J. A. , McOary, a pen of S. C. White Orpingfirst; C. II. Drury, second. tons, Geo. I! vans, a pen of Rhode Island Best Suckling colt, either sex, foal to Medicine Company, Le- R.'ds second ptetnium and Herbert Hall, count 50 per cent, J. A. Bow mar, first; C. II. Drury, second. banon, Teun. Klncheloe's Pharmacy! a pen of White Wyandots, In m after-eftects Bow-mar- !. I9I4. T T These Good Dealers Sell Parfay Miss Ruth DeWeese is back from Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Myrtle Leaf, of Evansville, is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leaf, of River View. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weather- holt went to Louisville to consult an eve specialist In regard to the condition of Mrs. Weathcrholt's eyes. Mrs. Mary lialley, of Argenta, Ark,, has returned home. , Mr. and Mrs. George Kinder, of Chi cago, are vUltlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jared Kinder. Miss Verda Polk, who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Vn Coni, of De catur, III., has returned home. Gibson's Confectionery Allen Kingsbury; Mrs. James 1'ollc has sold her house Mexican Dollar. and lot to Shirley England, where his mother will keep the local Mrs. Richard Carter, of. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Beavln, of In- j Landing, hat received a Mexican Do dlauapolls, are visiting relatives. Ur bill from her son, who hii'sttn'iflR1 Mrs. Clark and daughter, Miss Evelyn tlonedlnthe U. S. army at Mextoe.: f Clark, of Covington, are guests of Mrs. If la nno Mv.l .!.. l it a Ryan. anu a curiosity. . ? For earache, toothache, pains, burns. Only One "BROMO QUN)NBM scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. WOW IB IHM I V.."u J" v UN KBOaCSI, mu WOTS post-olKc- e. Jirfr' A .V . ivi -- (