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Render, Modorn Hleniciitry Arithmetic (in tencller't linndt . Stipplciiientiil Hooks The l'rcc & Trcmlwell l'rimer nml the 1'rce & Tread-wel- l FROM STEPHENSPORT Ltster ' Morris n! wen Important Announcement! d,Mr. Beard, the buyer for this immense concern, in is Known T..U-...... w .i I Miosis Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp Writes They Are Safe In Berlin Germany. MANY Ual PERSONAL of NOTES. Chicago, III. week with - William Sklllman, of 8Dnts9veral days last George M. Uarkley. W nrn trlnrf tn sen our town Mar shall C. W. Merritt out again Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Cashman and children are visiting relatives In Koko mo, Ind. Mrs. Owen Shoemaker, of Home, Ind., was with her parents, Mr. and Mcs. J. 0- McCoy, Sunday, Miss Julia Adams, of Owensboro, is 1..J . I. U...41meWi,.,. ip Dec rtHHIlucu bllB uaiuiu.uui I i'' Miss Esther Payne and John ' , K. Bar- fill . Victor Uandy, ot uouisvuie, spent Sunday, with his mother Mrs. h. J. ' Baady. Dr. D. 8. Sphire, of Moolcyville, in his auto en route v 'passed throuch here hio Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson, of uioverpon, spem. uuc uaj with their aunt Mr?. K. A. Blaln. Mr. Annie Hanks, of Louisville, k passed through our village Saturday ... . . : on her way to union oiar. Jamison O. Hawkins who Is with Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Jas. Watlington and daughter, Mrs. Co.. of Louisville, came downSaturday McQUADY ITEMS. ikevanlng and stayed over Sunday with Charlie Payne, were at Union Star cne BE parents Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawk- - day last week as the guests of friends. his Inrr Dr. and Mrs. Belle Kurtz, of Clifton Rev. Russcl Walker filled his'regulir son, of Levy Bros , in Mills, were here to see Mr. and Mrs. appointment .Mr. Martin and at the Baptist church herj Sunday. Couisvllle, are spending their vacation A. M. Hardin last Saturday and Sunday We are authorized to announce the Mr. and Mrs. Will Hay are receiving r. and Mrs. Hugh Brawn, of Owens- - wedding of Miss Ula Adkisson, and congratulations on the birth of a daughThey will be married at Koska Keys. aw ir uwui August 20. Walnut Grove Church, Sunday eve at ter, wSo has been 111 for some time' Miss Anna L. Askius, of Evansville, Every 4 o'clock, September I3, 1014. V Rev. H. S English will fill the pulpit is hrre the guest of her parents, Mr body Invited. Church the first Sunday at the Baptist and Mrs Felix Askins. Mrs. Ola Macy visited Mrs. Reece in September. Mrs. J. M. Beatty and son, Joy, spent French, of M)stlc, last Sunday. Mrs. Sam H. Dix left Mqnday S.cillman, of Mys- the week end in Hancock county the Mr. and Mrs. Jas. no Inr Lexington. Kv.. where sne will guests of her fister, Mrs. Alice Bates. !h spend several days with her son W. H. tic were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Several from here attended the fair French last Sunday. .Dlx. While there he will be the Ausker at Uarditisburg last wtek. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Vaughn. f guest of Mr. and Mrs. Estil Frank, of Sample, How to Cure a Sprain. Mrs. Fannie Rhodes, of Medora, Ky., spent Tuesday and Wednesday here Mrs. G. A sprain may be cured in about .who has been with her aunt, the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the time required by the usual S.B. Cunningham, who is ill at her home Frank. over with air. ana treatment by applying Chamberlain's John In Chenault, stopped Mr. an Mrs. Jess McGary, of LouisLlnlmeni and observing the directions Mrs. W. B. Gardner ehroute home. ville, are the guests of his mother, Mrs. . . P U o.litnr nf the with each bottle. For sale by all . .. Ames Wroe. in the last issue, asking some f Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Lyons, who who are in the P Breckinridge people movttl to Louisville some time ago, re to write to tne paper, we nuum kwest turntd to their home Saturday. Mrs. of f lii&t, to hear from L. R. Adkisson, Los Lyons' health was not good in 0'iflsjhoma, and Mrs. Pike Conn, of There will be an ice cream supper at 'Angeles, California, through Its col the Harncd school house Saturday 'umns. night for the benefit of the school. One way to remove habitual constitVip hnme nf r., t Mr. Morris Alexander and daughters pation is to take regularly a mild laxaL.CSICI .UUIII3 UIVM " Jfhls mother, on Tuesday of last week, of have returned to their home in Guston tive. Doan's Regulets are recommendTuberculosis. The funeral was con after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John ed for this purpose, a box at all drug stores. ducted by Hev. H. E Jarboe in tne m. Alexander. E. church. The interment took place James E. Pate after a three weeks at the Hall cemetery. visit to paren.s, Mr. and Mrs. Dick The manv friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pate, left Sunday for his home in IlliiAV. J Schopp are delighted to learn nois. that they are well and safe in Berlin, Miss Mildred Smith, of Louisville, is Fred Brown, of Staunton, Ind., is Germany the guest of his sister Mrs. Will May. visiting relatives. Frank I'nyne near here had a very fine Mr. Marsh Mercer, of Madrid, is visThe Case Of L. L. Cantelou. iting his grand daugh er Mrs S. H. horse killed by lightning. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Drown and ba The case ot u. u. t,anteiuu, ,i.ircn-- t Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn, of Cnl- - by, Louise, were guests of relatives Sun- don, Texas, is similar to that of many pothers who have used Chamberlain s cago, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. day. ' nolle. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. E. Matthews j Quite a number of our young folks at-- , VHe says, "After trying a doctor for The baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. tended the ice cream supper at Ilrowu's , 'u illffprpnt Crume who has been very ill is Improv- school house Friday night, and report a several uiuumo, ami naltirr ' good time.' kinds of medicine for my wife who had ing. iUeA with cAvArp bowel com Rhodes, of McDanlels, lost j N. M. Mercer, from' Madrid, was the Frank plaint for several months, I bought a his house by Are Saturday morning. guest of relatives. a "OOtlie 01 t'jiiv Thunnati Smith, of Louisville, visited Miss Rea Critcheloe, of McDaniels, Remedy. After jCfiolera and' Diarrhoea Misses Gray this week. D. II. Smith and attended the fair. us ing the second bottle she was entlre- - is visiting the Mrs. Julia llrowu, ot Woodrow, was Nathan Doard and daughter, of Big ly'cured." For sale by an dealers. Spring were the guests of Mrs. Ethel the week end guest of lier brother, Rich ard Whitworth. Moorman, Thursday. Rev. Laslie Dellart has accepted the Hobert Hutterhos returned home LODI care of the Dsptist church here forauoth- from Illinois. Alfred Druington dropped dead at er six months JMiss Annie Lee Hardin, daughter of his home near Harned, Monday even- Let every one attend the annual meet iMr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hardin, who has ing at six o'clock and was buried Tues ing to be held at Old Lost Run church been In St. Louis for the past two dav at Euhesus the fifth Sunday in August. It will be , lytars is at home on a visit. " day meeting and every body is in W. E. Hennlnircr. of WesTView was vited to attend and take a part in the old Mm. Georire Cox. was the guest of In Louisville Saturday and Sunday. Iher' brother, Sam Roberts, of Clover- tn"e servlce Miss Isabel Moorman Is visiting Mr. Rpoft, one day last week. Our community was shocked und j and Mrs. V. P Withers, of Kirk, this TLf. mum Mrs.- James C. Dowell of grieved over the sudden death of Alfred .r.l p weeji ni. ' i.Bar Hardinsburg, were guests of their r.vi t..,.. a pir,v,l nnim.in.. of Hruingtou of the F.phesus neighborhood, Br . on the 17th. He had a host of friends anu nirs. t,iaue ion, Nr. Madrid left last week for Mattoon, III. who sympathise with the family 111 their 8unday. Miss Dora Kobertson, of Locust Hill great sorrow. ('.Mra.-T. Basham. of Sample, and Is visiting Miss May Pile. fun 1. W. Johnson.of Louisville, were .Miss Nell Casiimau visited triemls 111 file, of Constantlne, was the county last week. the guest, of their sister Mrs George Francis week. here last hCqx last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Austin LcGraud were Miss Pinkie Tuck r and Mr. Wesley guests of Mr and Mrs. Charles Meadow, of Kansas, is the Aml Gashman, Owensboro are vUiting rel- Sunday. IgDMt of his brother Henry Cashman Tucker, of atives here. week. of D. H. Smith attended a .I . - ... ... !I W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean was old soldiers at Old Pleasant Grove in Ira Sallle UOIIiai. 01 tianniusi, in our town Thursday. Hardin county, Saturday and reports a 1., who bat been visiting friends and Miss Ruth Snyder Is visiting her sis- splendid meeting. He says the crowd her for the past month re- rtlve ter Mrs. J M. Young, of Detroit, was immense with four men preaching home last Friday. at different points on the grounds at one Ben to the wife of Johnnie E. Avitt Michigan. time. ittieUeUnaboy.. PHm Cured la 6 to 14 Days Miss l'earl Belle Mattiugly will be the Roberts, of Toar drsacUt will rcluod money if PAZO guest of her sister Mrs. Harvey Triplett and Mrs. Horace 01 mniBg, in Dewleyville, until after the Daptist OINTMENT fail to cure any 111, were uuettsof their parents, BUad. Mccdlaa or ProtnidiD PI tee In 6 to 14 day. Association, wbicli meets tliere tne aotu, We. . bU Mr. Jme Robert lest week. R one-third 1 c l'irst Reader; Drawing Talilet, No. t; llraden's Number Reader, The Wooilcr Arithmetic, Hook I; The Woostcr Industrial Recditi); Clurt. Second Clats, Second Grade ltnsnl Hooks Italdwiu Sc HcmlerV Second Reader; Modern Klenientnrv Arithmetic (in teacher's hands). Supplemental Hooks l'rce & Treadwell Second Rentier; Drawing Tablet No. 2; The Wooster Arithmetic, Hook I. TMrd Class, Third and Fourth Grades Render's Third Ilnal Hooks Haldwin Reader for Third Grade, and Ilaltiurtou & Norvell's I'ourth Render for Graije; Common School Spelling Hook; Modern Hlemeiitary Arithmetic and Ray's Intellectual Arithmetic; Copy Hoo'is, Nos. I mid j. Snpplomentnl Hooks l'rce & Treadwell Tiiird Reader for Tliitd Grade and Fourth Reader for Fourth Grade; Fairlmnk's Home Geography; Arnold's Lessons with I'encil and Ten; Drawing Tabltts, Noi. 3 and 1; Woostcr' Arithmetic, Hook 3. Fourth Class, Filth and Sixth Grades Hasal Hooks Halbotirton & Norvell's l'il'th Reader; Common School Spelling Hook; Modern Advanced Arithmetic; Ray's Intellectual Arithmetic; The Mother Tongue, Hook 1; Nntnral Primary Geography; Mvans' First Lessons in American History; Gulliek's Good Health; Copy Hook, Nos 3 nml 4; Kinkead's History of Kentucky, Supplemental Hooks Free & Treadwell Fifth Reader; Gulick's F.mcrgeneies; Drawing Tablets, Nos. 5 and 6; Nolan's One Hundred Lessons in Agriculture; Hoston School Kitchen Text Rook; Farm Life Reader, Hook 4; The School Song . Hook, student's edition. Filth Class, Seventh and Eighth Grades Hasal Hooks Modern Advanced Arithmetic; The Mother Tongue, Hook 1; Natural Complete Geography; Gulick's The llody njid Its Defenses; Dickens' American History for Grammar Schools; Essentials of Civil Government; Copy Hooks, Nos. 5 and 6; Halburtou cc Norvell's Fifth Reader. Supplemental Books Free & Treadwell Fifth Reader; Nolan's One Hundred Lessons in Agriculture; Hoston School Kitchen Text Hook; Farm Accounts by Smith and Thomas; Drawing Tablets, Nos. 7 and 8; Farm Life Reader, Hook 4; Klson Grammar School Reader, Hooks 3 nml 4; The School Song Hook, student's edition. Hasal Hooks are those which all pupils must purchase; supplemental books are those which schools may adopt in addition to the Hasal books. I..in-guaFor-man- 's Chicago this week buying; goods for almost every department in the house. He has gone1 there as well prepared as any one could be to buy the best and the merchandise to fit your needs for this most Fall and Winter. We are buying our Fall and Winup-to-date ter goods much earlier this year than ever before on account of the indications that prices on all lines of merchandise are going, to advance abnormally and so we have grasped time by the forelock in sending our buyer to one of the largest markets in the United States to take advantage of the prices. If this war, that is in progress in Europe at present, continues for any length of time and our foreign trade relations do not take on a different aspect, the prices on many lines of merchandise are going to be beyond, reason, and we have thought of all these things in considering our interests as well as your own. ft We will announce to you later the date of our Fall opening, and, trusting that our goods and prices will merit a goodly portion of your patronage this Fall and Winter, we beg to remain, Yours very truly, B. F. BEARD & CO., hardinsburg, ky. THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us BIG SPRING. t I I " , ' ... utu 1 XtalWlisaUoila4t. ce Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and daughter. Mollic Ditto, have retur ned to Louisville after a ten days visit Cumb. Phone 18. Residence ihtllman House with his mother. ::: Hardinsburg, Kentucky Mrs. Nan Galloway and daughter,' Rollle Simpson, of Illue Uall.i Mrs came down last week to see after her . property. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams and K'ev. Pcnlck returned from Grand children will return to West Point this WEST POINT. week after a visit of ten days with Mr. Kivers Wednesday on account of Illness. He hah ono to assist Rev. IC inc and Mrs. J. II. Meador. Misses Mary Kleauor Scott and Bes ite had to call in Ills appointment with Miss Hettie Lee J illy has returned sle Klchardson are visiting at Vine K'ev. Sutherland at Sunora also home after a visit to Miss Alleue Har- Grove. daway. During her stay a delightful The Twenty Year Test. There were services at the Baptist boat trip wus Riven iu her honor to the "some twenty years ago I used government work? Mr. and Mrs. Owen church Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Judith Stlth spent last week Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Keys, Mr. and Mrs. (Hen Hardaway rhoea Hemedy." writes Ges. W, Brock, chaperoned the crowd and till had a with her niece Mrs. Jim Clarkson. publisher of the Knterprise, Aberdeen, delightful time. was here Thursday from W. II. Dran Md. "I discovered that it was a quick Uraudenburg. He came out to see Courtney Kicketts motored it crowd and safe cure for dmrrhoea. Since haviug his house repaired. having Mr. nnd one can sell me anything said to Dripping Springs, then no The Misses Vogt.of Jeffersontown are to be 'just as good.' During all these Mrs. W. G. Hardaway and Mrs. Jeunie with their sister, Mrs. C. B. Witt, for years I have used it and recommended Sullivan us chnp:irones. The honored being Mls Kettle Lee Jolly, of a visit. it many times, and it has never disap- guest Irvingtou They spread a delightful Mrs. Preston Footc and children of pointed anyone." I'or sale by all dinner ami drank of the pure water. Dewleyville spent Wednesday with her There was thirty automobiles thera. brother Dr. Witt. Mis- - Allene Hardaway attended the U visiting Mrs. Mrs. Harry Kemper Handy Pocket Map. Teachers' Institute at llrundenburg last Uardnett at Hartford. week. Sim will begin her school the The traffic department of the I.. II, first Monday in September at Tiptop, &, St. L. K. K Company Is sending uut How's This? with compliments a handy pocket map Ky. Wo offer One Hundred Dollars sf the war zone. It gives one an profanity but Reward for any case of Catarrh understanding ot the war news and at Itching piles provoke them, Doan's be cured by Hall's the same time reminds himof the excel- profanity won't remove that cannot Is recommended for itching, Catarrh Cure. lent daily package car service right at Ointment protruding piles. 60c at P. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, p. own dour. While he thinks of the bleeding or have We. the underelk'iieJ.15 years, known K J. his and believe war, abroad, he is able to appreciate any drug store. Cheney for the last all htm perfectly lionorubfe In uble business what It means to have good time and to carry transactions und financiallyby hli Arm. Notice. out any obligations made CdMMERCE. and a good railroad at home. Much of NATIONAL BANK OF Toledo,- O. the railroad service in Germany has There will be an ice cream supper at Hall' Catarrh Cure l taken Internally, been completely destroyed. acting- - directly upon the blood and tne Harned school house Saturday lurfaces of the system. Testimonials ent free. 1'rlce 75 cents per bottle. Sold night, August 20, for the benefit of the by all Druggists. Read the Little Want Ads. school. Ever) body itvlted, Take UilFe Family PHI fer constipation. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Office Over Farmers Bank mu-co- THE BRECKENKIDGE Issued Every Vcdnestia . NEWS, Tn LMt-ue- s REPORT OF COUNTY reps't 1 HEALTH LEAGUE JNO. D. BABBAGL. Editor and I'ublisiici League has not repottic", 'rum tv scat Health ihcw thr: this fine piece of We h.ive asked kindly twice for their wirk 11 movirc sr. well, all sitn are report, but they p:rst In not sending I It. However, we have heard they are eneauraylni,'. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1914 lliirdiutlrjre Lsstfue reportl $56. f doing good wo k. mlsfd. -- '!.."CI used for local expenses Clcverport League reports ?IC 00 and :j:.67 placed In County Treasury. that has been placed in the County TnU it a fin report for a beirinnine Treasury. Every day or two some one Stephenspart Leacue reports .?S 00 sends a dollar to be put In this work. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional In lecal treasury, but tnls has not oeen This U a tfood report. insertion. icnt to th County Treasurer )tt. We Tnls Is .1 great work for Hrecken-ridk- ie CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of would be clad to receive It at once. County. Let eveiy body push it. The few fa thful at Stephensport 10 cents per line. W C. Frank. deserve credit for what they aredolni'-PusCounty Sec'y and Treas. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money on! EIGHT PAGES. THE in advance. Examine the label on your paper. 'tify us. If it is not correct please that bend and rnfet, The very ll in weeitriilnK others, grow mnre sweet. Holmes. left my tax book with 7. C. IlenilricU, nt the' l'armcrs hank. Cnll on him and pay your taxes and fjet receipt; dotax must be paid at once. Cal. Hendnck, tax collector. I K f: MEXICAN JAILS TALL -- ies BEING FILLED SPARE IN THE mmMmW?BANc for THAT r? si HE CAN V liae Carranza Putting Away Followers ot Huerfa. ft " r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator. Full Term J. C. W. BECKHAM For United States Senator, Short Term J. N. CAMDEN For Congress o BEN JOHNSON PAYING TANKS. It will soon be time to make out a list of nil your taxable prophave riot already done so for 1!U4. erty", and pay your taxes, ulject to taxGiving in a true list of everything in your ation will be the best way to reduce tai'c and help our county and in accumulating property that towns. People make a great they cannot cheerfully pay taxes on and complain that "'taxes eat if.-yo-u mi-take them up." Taxation should be just, and it would not be near so high if evdiamonds and invisible property erybody would give in all their ca-to the assessor and pay the tax on it. C mcicn ion- - tax paver- - are the best citizens in the world: they are men to be trusted and men who will be rewarded. Give in a true list of all your property and be assured that next year you will have the money to pay your taxes, and you will. It i better to be right thin rich. Begin your financial year by keeping honks See how much vou make, what you spend and how little you ave. Don't let little debts gt the Iv-- i of 3011 or big debts kill you; haid work ai d perseverence will mas'er butl'i. It is i great thing to a man struggling ti piy his hone-- t debts e pecially when hi- - hair is beginning to le sprinkled with gnu and age creeping upon him. It is never toi late to try if yui fail, there another chance as long as you hiue mind and heart. b. -- MAX OK SKXTLMEXr AND SIMPLICITY. Pope Piu- - the Tenth, who pissed away lust week, heatt-b- r ken by the war, was a man of deep -- entiinent and simple tastes. Among many -- torics told of hi- one is that of hi- - fondncs- - for his old watch. A French Hishop once otlered to give the Pope in exchange for it a verv costly time-piecHut Pius after admiring the c jewels and gold, looked at his own watch and exclaimed: "Xo. no, this old watch is too dear to me. I held it my hand a- - I stood by my mother in her la- -t illne-- s and felt her lite'.-- pulse ebbing A five-fran-t Lily Irvine Flics Seventy Miles Over Water In Gixty Minutes. Lily Irvine 11m.de if seventy mile flight lu a hydroaeroplane from' (Vilnr Point to Euclid lleaeli. ().. In sixty home near Glen Dean. minutes, breaking tin- - :wnnl Tor tills Misses Maud and Marcella Brown, of trip, made by Glenn Curt 1st. mid lunk- SHE WHO WORK THE WHITE UIHP.OX. .North .Madison, inu. , are here (or ai lug the longest ovei water Might ever The death of .Mrs. Martha Henning, of Hawesville, will ea-- t into visit to their parenu, Mr. and Mrs. made by a woman. Miss Irvine tmti-.-l lu-- hydroaeromemory thoughts that will live for ever to inspire and encourage Dent Brown. plane gilding from the bench mnl good lives. The inlluencc of her life has been felt by those who have Misses Agnes Jarboe, Margaret mounting In a spiral. Then she headnever known her and her great wink for good will continue like the Sheeran and brother, Raymond Sheer ed her craft directly for Cleveland. She lilhes that grow in the lield. Mrs. Henning was a zealou- - worker an, have gone to St. Joseph's for a vn accompanied by a mechanician. week's visit. A Htrong west wind helped her to for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union; she was not afraid to Mr. and Mrs. George Lyddan and ma':e her trip In lemaiknlily fast time stand for the right. She had a lovely home in which death brought children have returned to their home i made the saiiie trip In sorrows that her heart wa- - great enough to bear with a wonderful near Irvington, after a visit to his sis- into In v(vcnty mliii'tet spirit and this one, who wore the little white ribbon bow-kno- t, will ter, Mrs. John Akers. ks r G!.-!'iCiii-t'."- s away."' Pope Pius aro-- c every morning at half-pafour. Hi- - days were Mary anion, of Henderson. filled with the great ta-of his ollice, and he carried into all his Miss Maud Smith, accompanied by work sympathy with common human needs, whole-om- e humor and Miss Anna Medcalf, John O'Reilly, Jr. and Willie Hoben, has returned to her great faith in thing- - eternal. Mr.. Orrin Hardin and children have MAY FOREVER DISAPPEAR rt turned to their home near Clover port after a visit to her Msters, Mrs. Joel II. Pile and Mrs. A. M. Klnchtloe. General Belief In Mexico City That Mrs. Ailea Edelin and baby, of Bur- - . Hundreds of Political Prisoners Kin, arc. the guests of her father, Mr. Taken Since Carranza Assumed the B. t Beard. Reins of Gevernment Never Again Mrs. Koscoe Severs and baby, of Will Be Permitted to Enjoy the 'Ashtnart, are expected this week to Pleasures of Freedom. visit Mrs H. M. Beard and other Vera Cruz, Mexico, Aug. 24. Peacefiiead-- . ful adjustment of the domestic Mrs. F. I.. LIghifoot and daughter, of thf republic of McxicS seema Mi. June Llghtfoot, have returned to more remote now than at any time their home in Cloverport after a t to since the overthrow of Porlirlo Diaz. Mrs H. M. Beard. General Caranza, an Constitutionalist McCleary Mercer has gone to his leader, occupies the president's palace Mexlco'C'lty, but the tenure of his home is HenUcrftOn after & visit to his In administration is problematical. AlgrandtHther. Judge Mercer. ready the standard of revolt has been Attornev Claud Mercer went to raised in many places, and to thore Brandenburg Saturday on business." who have watched the trend of develSheltoa Bishop, in answer to a tele opments recently there Is the strongest doubt that the new regime can be gram from an uncle, has gone to maintained for any length of time, Minn., to accept a position. even with the moral support of the Mis Elizi Pile, o: Mook, was Mrs. administration at Washington. All dis Joel H. Pile's visitor during "he fair. patches sent out of Mexico City nre Little Miss Elnora Robertson spent subjected to a prohibitive censorship last week with her parents, Mr. and and the mention of the name of Gen era Villa Is not allowed In any news Mrs. C. V. Uobertson. matter sent out of the capital. This Mr. and Mrs. Will James and baby. would seem to Indicate that the talk of of Louisville,' are the guests of her n friendly asieement between Car ather, J jb:.l Hf ok, Sr. ranza and the general of the north Is Miss Mary Franklin Beard will leave without foundation. While the dispatches snt from the Sturda for Cincinnati, Ohio, where l she wid enter the Conservatory of capital have drrile-- th" triumphal entry of Carranza into Mexico City, Music. responsible persons arriving here say Miss Lucile Overstreet, of Loui.svilie, that the event elicited no enthiniasm was the guest of Mrs. Geo. W. Miller on the part of the Mexican public. last week. The crowds In the streets regard the Miss Lula Vessel-- , of Owensboro, and Constitutionalist forces more as a cuIn the Ljwrence Vessels, of Stanley, have riosity than anything else. meantime Jails are belns filled with teen the guests of Mrs. Bertha hundreds of persr.ns who are charged Indiscriminately witli participation in None of the Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rhodes came from Huerta's aliased crime-.- ' Oweniboro to see her father, Mr. Geo. prisoner;? nrn permitted to communiLewis, who has hnd a slignt stroke of cate with tho outside world, and there is a KenertI belief that most of them para! sis. will disappear fnt r. Messrs. Pete aud Dennie Sheeran, of Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Sheeran at- SHE BEATS AVIATION RECORD tended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. vi-.iFair-Drtult- ," Mc-.lar- y. The NET RESULT of a year's work is what counts. earns $10,000 a year and spends it all, he does not really make as much as the man who earns S6,000 and has $,000'in our bank at the end of the year. Put your money in our bank and let it STAY there; this is the one SURE way to get ahead. If one man Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 Jt : Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG I TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 !3?S1 !353? IS53n f?SSa I7n rz&SF. DONT BE ALARMED! The war in Europe has caused some excit-me- nt 1 m II I in the drug trade. Quite a lot of our pharmaceuticuls are manufactured in Germany, France, etc., but ure 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 1 Send us Your Mail Orders If ll The Quality Store Kincheloe's Pharmacy Hardinsburg, Ky. For Sale One two-stor- y frame dwellins; with all modern improvement-) on Hili street, in Cloverport, Ky., in flood locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance on easy payments. AUo one cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also bo sold on easy terms. ' linger sweetly Wo have 111 the memory ot hundreds, inis-c- d our annual Masonic barbecue. thing for every town to have its days. Il.irdinsburg has the county fair, and Irvmgton the country fair,' and it is o in wovcrpott witiiout mat annual celebration bkillmun's grove. It is not good for a town to live unto and we hope that 1SU5 will bring to Cloverport a day when wo can go out and invito people to coiiio into our inia-- i ior a low nours ot social pic sure. lone.-om111 it-e- It is a good lf Fraternization between Federals and Constitutionalists in Mexico City is Miid to have been more demonstrative than anything of the kind ever boforo witnessed in that capital. Everybody was happy over thu restoration of peace and the prospective establishment of pupular government. It - a little early yet, prob ibly, but that pub-lisubscription for a statue of Wordrow Wilson will be opened pret-tsoon, no doubt. Xow York world. e y r., is of the American Polled Durham Association, Chicago, and was last week elected of the Southern Cattle Ilrceders Association which met at Meridian, Miss. This is a distinguished honor for Mr. Moornnn. Ho is ti lino young man, mid is building not only a reputation but a prosperous business as a breeder of Polled Durhanis. He'U the junior member of W. It. Moorman & Sons, Glen Dean. .I pre-ident vice-preside- W. U. .Moorman, This wcok wo urn publishing the list of the now text books for each grado separately. This will bo convenient 'not only for tho teachers and pupils, but for the merchants who sell school books this year. Save tbo list. Mrs. May Lewis and son, Raphael Lewis, have been the guests of Miss Kathleen Hoben. Mrs. Nora Rice, of Leitchfield, is the guest of Mrs. Sheeran. Miss Virginia Milner, of Union Star, has returned to her home after a visit to her cousin, Miss Virginia Beard. Sherley Mason, of Hawesville, was $ the guest of his friends, Samuel" and H William Evans. Miss Irene Moredock, of Marion, is a visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Evans. Willie Hoben has returned to his ft heme in Evansville, after a ten dajs visit to his father, J. T. Hoben. Mrs. F. 1. Stum, of Madisonville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Margaret May. Miss Ella Ahl, of Louisville, and Miss Davenport, of Bowling Green, have to their nom:s after a visit to .Mrs. G. D. Beard. MUs Nell Dempster has returned to her home In Glen Dean after a visit to Miss Margaret Peyton. Dr. W. A. Walker, Mrs. Walker and daughters, Mary Elizabeth, Virginia and Mildred, have gone to Bewleyville to spend a week with relatives. Miss Ida Kennedy and brother. Bob Kennedy, of McQuady, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. I September Birthday Gifts in Sapphire Settings Beautiful Sapphire Rings Exquisite Sapphire Pins Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Hat Pins, Tie Clasps, Watch Charms Those dear little Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatlierliolt, General Contractor! Cloverport, Kentucky Friendship Circles the newest things for gifts to friends. Anything you want, have or will order it for you. I DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. .PERMANENT... I. Vt ' T. C." LEWIS, JEWELER DENTIST Office Hours: fS.-'JS- . Hardinsburg, Kentucky Alwuji In office during office boun 1ST. ' K6e Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AlG. SO, 1914 JTi AMERICAN THEATER! Thursday Night, Aug. 27th Big 3 Reel HILL ITEMS NnTG-A(trrrtlt 3l Entered nt tlio Post OflilccatCloTerport, Ky ua second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE r ts. if Feature THE LAW OF THE WEST NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE9 ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES 4 Reels Every Night Dr. H. T. Rafferty, who moved his family to Louisville this summer, is getting along nicely. Mrs, William Mullen has returned home from Irvlngton after a visit to Mrs. Edward McAfee, The residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Yeager has recently been beautified with u large front porch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gans and little daughter, Miss Mary Q. Gans, of Louisville, spent Friday here. UES FOR POLITICAL For For For For For For r K Precinct nnd city Offices f 2.00 County Offices 15.00 State and District Offices $ 16.00 10 Calls, per line Cards, per line 10 : All Publications in the Interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Standing' not far from the midway jour ilpiiw notify llip editor wlicnyou want iiilTertiwrncnt nhcuntlnueil. nev of the year, Let us look up nnd onward without Lost Spectacles I OST fear. - ground. Holiirn nt to ll.'irdlniliuri: filr lliirnt-Pulri, Bravely responding to each needed test, Clovrru irt, Ky., uinl rrrelve reward. Sure that what'ere muy come 'twill be Wanted Ewes the best. WANTKtl 50 ifoml iwn- - A. I.. Lewis, Htcphcrmpuu. Ky. It would be Impossible to mention the For Sale Mule and Wagon. delightful features of an nil day picnic given recently in a nearby grove under COlt SALK- - Onctfooda lionvy work mule. II ycar old, and Uwtn tiro 'owon liotli. II..). ttoherts, the management of Misses Emetine wiiRiin. Price Ky, llnrdlnsburg, Lewis, Dolly Burk and Bessie Mitchell. For Rent River Bottom Farm Suffice to say it was a day that will COlt KENT Fine river liottom farm of llrt long be remembered. acrt-s(Icod tenant lioujn and rash ronti Chas. Burk, who has been on the ments.Terms partparticulars balance In payFurther Inquire of Alr. sick list for several das, is much im- Hannah Hardin. Holt, Ky. . Remember School Opens Monday, September 7th We are now prepared to sup- ply you with all the necessary rersonai raragrapns 7Z r About Paople Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live in Other Towns and Cities and In States' That ire Far Away. Society Notes In I Supt. Trent was here Saturday on business. Miss Nannie Collins has been several clays. illfor Sam Conrad went to Leavenworth, Ind., Monday. R. S. Skillman is spending a few days at Stephensp'ort. Miss Clilora Mae Seaton has returned Mrs. Mary Sippel came Thursday night from Irvlngton. Mlsr.es Margaret and Julia Wroewere in Louisville Monday. Miss Lelia(Tucker has returned from a visit in Stephensport. MissMary Barrett, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. J. Byrne Severs. Mrs. Ella Jordan is spending a vacation with relatives at Wolf Creek. Marvin Beard is in Chicago this week buying his fall stock of merchandise. Miss Ora Hendrick, of Webster, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne. Miss Lillian McCrack'en left yesterday for Cincinnati to visi Miss Lillian Roth. The Rev. Mr. Celes'.ine Brey, of Louisville, visited Father Henry Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and son, John Lawson, Jr., 'are visiting at Mat-ting- ly. Mrs. Helen Adams has gore'to Hardinsburg to be the guest of Mis. P. M. Beard. Edward Weber, of Louisvilie, was the guest of Miss Katherlne Moorman Sunday. R. S, Simmon?, of Arizona, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Scott last week. Mrs. Eliza Taj lor, of Hardinsburg, has come to visit her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. John Windelkin and daughter have returned to their home in Arkansas. E. B. Harnett, of Huntington, W. Va., was the guest, of Miss Claudia Pate Sunday. Miss Jane Smith spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville the g est of Mrs. Homer Dowlej'. Mr. and Mis. Darnell Dowden, of Paducah, have moved to this city to make their heme. Miss Estelle Hocper, of Nashville, haS concluded a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. W. C. Frank. Miss Ella Smith and Miss Emily Reid visited relatives at Harned and West View the week end. Mrs. R. Bt Pierce and Mrs, Robert Kice Pierce have been passing a week at Dawson Springs. proved. Wanted Man and Wife Miss Iva May Chapln, of Irvington, XANTKD.-Mu- n and wlfu for farm work. Good wac s for both. Apply to arrived Saturday for a short visit to Jew.. Miss Bessie Arnold. For Sale Chickens. Mrs. Sarah Thompson and son, R. B. prices fow Thompson, who visited her sister, Mrs. COlt SAI.K At reasonable Cockerelsa and nice llhode Island Hens. Pullets. (1. v. Kvaus. HiirdliisburK. Ky. R. W. Edmondson, have returned to Ed Alexander returned last week their home at Morton, Ky. For Sale Small Farm from St. Louis where' he picked up a On reaching home Friday evening, pOU SALB-Sm- all firm. 4." acres. I mile lot of bargains for his trade. east August 'Jlst, Joe Simmons was pleas Plenty ofof Hardtnshuri;: line Improvements. flue fruit and good, Mr. and Mrs Milton Brown have nntly surprised to find his parents and Spring near house.- - Apply to M. N. Ifobblns, Hardinsburg, Ky. moved from Lewirport on J. S. others who had assembled to celebrate farm near Hardinsburg. nnniversary. his ii'th birthday Allen Groves and Mrs. Groves, of The tennis players have opened the High School court and the young men's Rome, Ind., wtre the guests of Mrs. RESIDENT court tor the remainder of the season. Lamb last Saturday. Mlsi Minnie Kineaid has returned to Look for B. F". Beard & Co's. PHONE No. Cloverport, Ky. Announcement" on another her home in Owensboro after being the Olllce Opposite Oclc's Drug Stcre guest of Mr. ana Mrs. Edmonson. page of this issue. It indicates service Mrs. Millard Frank aud her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donaldson, of Alice, have returned from Irvington Bowling Green, is the guest of her and Hardinsburg. Law and Collecting Agency parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C Jarboe. Died, Thuisday morning at 8:30 Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Gregory Mary Lucile, the infant daughter of are remodeling their home, and it will M. and Mrs. 'Henry Greenwell. Friilav Have you provided for your family in te one of the attractive places on the morning the parents with a few friends case of your death ? hill. went to the McGtivock graveyard and Have you made provision for your own Mrs. Mhry Balis and daughter,'Miss buried the little one that had been a old age? Louise Balis, of Athens, Ohio, are vis treasure in the home. iting Mrs. H. D. Ross and Mrs. Jas. B. Mr- - and Mrs. Sam Laslie, of Sample, If not, you had belter do so at once, by buying Randall, were at Will Latlie's Sunday. one ol those good lowest cost policies with the Born, to the wife of Jerry Noble, Mrs. Fontaine, of Louisville, and Mrs. t.mma bkillman, ot Holt, were Tuesday, August 17, a son, Jerry Ivan guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. White Noble. Thursday. After two or three weeks visit to Mr. C. L. BEARD, Agent, Hardinsburg, Ky, Mrs. H. D. Ross invited Monday, and Mrs. Hillary Hardin, Miss Jennie evening a large number of the young Ha din returned to her home at Bran society people to meet her niece, Mhs denburg last Friday. Line of Nice, Mrs. J. Fella was here last week to Louise Balis. see her mother, Mrs. Wood, and have Miss Isabelle Lamar and brothers, some dental work done. Leminuel and Wallace "Lamar, of Miss Mollie Bertlhard, of Louisville, Hrwesville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. has arrived to be the guest of Mrs. T. F. Sawyer. Chas. Ktil. Miss Rose Henry, of Louisvil'e. is the on Julius Hardin, who is now at the Henry. visitor of her brother, Father home of Mr and Mrs. Hendrick, has She is accompanied by her niece, Miss Yott w ill find here at all spent most of his vacation visiting rel Mary Rose Henrj. ntives in the country, reports a fine times a complete line of Miss Johnnie Moorman, who has time. been viiiting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. Fenwick, of Brunden Mattirgly, of Glen Dean, retu:ned to burg, spent bundav with bar parents, Aurora, III, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edmonson. Wm. Skillman, of Chicago, and Joe e Miss Mamie Moorman went to Skillman, of St. Louis, have been visSaturday where she will spend a Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and iting R. S Skillman at the home of Mr. week with friends Soda Water and Mrs. Wallace Skillman. Miss Anna Edmonson went to Bran Prompt Delivery. Mrs. Sue Wedding, of Rome, and denburg to be the guest of friends aud Mrs. Connor, of Stephensport, were relatives. guests of Mrs. Wedding's son, Dr.' Those who attended the Hardinsburg Wediling and Mr?. Wedding. M. fair are too numerous to mention their Mr. M. D. Beard is awav from his names, but many report a fine time. Sippet's Old Stand business this week. Look for particu Cloverport, Ky. lars in the "Important Announcement" KINGSWODD COLLEGE on another page of this issue. ' HrecW-enrld- se books. We are advising our friends that owing to the very close margin on school books, we compelled to sell them for ever-lastin- CASH ONLY. Dr. Jesse Baucum "Im-porta- Dentist 2-- R J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. V. G. BABBAGE Feel secure when they know their money lodged in our hurglariproof safe. DEPOSITORS is safely . "SAFE BANKING" is Union Central Fresh what depositors want and is what they are assured of when they enter the portals of this hank's door. HANK HI; RE AND FEEL SECURE! FIRST STATE BANK, GROCERIES! always hand Irvington, Ky J. C PAYNE, Cashier x Confections and Return VIA Haw-esvill- L H. & ST. L. R. R. Allen Kingsbury, Saturday, Miss Margaret Spalding, of Morgan-fielwhose engagement to Mr. O, W. Baxley has been recently announced, is visiting Mr).-- Morgan Lawson. d, . School Supplies That Please Wo want our store to be headquarters for the school children. The children know bargains and we want all of them to( visit our store before schoul begins. Our large and careful buying enables us to make L'OW PRICES on school sundries, Tablets, Rules, Pencils, Pens, Erasers, Inks, Crayons, Composition Books, Drawing Instruments, Etc. Wedding's Drug Store, Tht Horns ol Quality CLOVERPORT, KY. - We have just closed one of the most Prof. T. B Culton and Mrs. Culton and little daughter are well pleased successful, if not the best, campmeet with their new home at Smith's Giove, ings we have ever had. Rev. Joseph where he is superintendent of the Hoguoof Wichita, Has., and Rev. J. l,. uiasscocn, ot Cincinnati, U., were school. our leader. Their team wyk is ex Miss Pearl Hall has returned from cellent. Not only are they splendid Rockport, Ind., where she and Miss preachers, but men of excellent social Hazel Thompson spent a delightful qualifications and of profound piety. week with Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Klotz and Any campraeeting or revival will be attended the fair. most fortunate in securing them. The One of the happiest men on the fair present encampment saw not only the grounds was John Moredoek and old largest crowds of the camp's history, Confederate soldier, who had just re. but also more genuine salvation work ceived his pension from the state and than ever before. Some at altar at nearlv'every seryice, resulting in many over $ 200.00 in back pay. conversions nnd sanctifications of the Bessie Arnold, Lucy Hall, Misses old fashioned variety. Never has the Bertha Perkins, Messrs; Homer MorriInterest of the community, county and son, Bernard Morrison and Robert adjoining counties, in our town, college Akins, of Louisville, spent Sunday in ami campmeetlng, been so manifest as West Point the guests of the Misses at this encampment; Robertson. The music of the meeting was In Mrs. Sallle A. Early, mother of the charge of Miss Stone, our director of publisher of this paper, nrrived in this muic. The choir was conducted by city Monday from Patesville, Ky., to Mr. W. C Chappel, one of ourstudents. spend this week here. On Saturday or His work, both as conductor and soSunday she returns home to Indian- loist, was ot a very high orcer. He Is apolis. Cannelton Telephone. sure to make one ot our successful Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, Mrs Frank leaders of song. According to the compliments of Ferry and Mrs. Wave Roff will motor to Bewleyville to attend the Baptist friends aud patrons, our commence Association. Others who will go are: ment presented its usual standard of Mrs, Frank Payne, Mrs. Jas Cordrey, excellence, both in literary and musical Rev. E. O. Cottrell, Messrs. Lee lines, That the religious work of the commencement was successful, is guarWoods and Barney Squires. anteed by the presence of our lifelong Miss Lucile Squires returns to Har friend, that unique preacher, Dr. B. dinsburg Friday after passing the sum- "Curradlne. I nevir heard him with mer with her aunt, Mrs. Larkin Gibson, such pleasure and profit. His marwho will accompany her home for a velous ministry improves with every Miss Squires' year, His work at this time resulted in two weeks vacation. voice is a very bweet soprano and her clear cut conversions and sanctifica singing has been enjoyed in church and tions and n the firing up and better social circles in Cloverport. equipping young ministers and workers . If you have a vacant chair, an extra pillow or an empty heart, send to the Kentucky Children'.--. Home at lOsli, Maxtor Avenue, Loutsville and t'et. one of those little children, who are waiting uith out stretched arms for someone to love them' Thcrj are 20. children ranijliiK' between the aces of three months and fourteen years. Mrs. Marlon Ryan, formerly of this city, U par- Rev. Bowlds Home. chatini; auer.t for the Homo, and she The Rev. Mr. llowlds has returned says the littlo Girls and bays are very home nfter holding an eight days meet- bright and attractive. Mr. Oeorye U. ing at Tales Chapel. He was assisted in Sehon l superintendent of the home. the meeting by Rev. Monroe Tate. There were twelve conversions, seven Want ads are sure winners additiong to the church, ami the church was wonderfully revived. Beautiful Irvington Places. n for the summer campaign. Some of our teachers. Mid many of our boys, and girls) have spont the .summer in evangelistic work, rendering effective .service both as preachers anil sinners. For several years 1 have been long ing and planing to broaden anil so pei- fect our theoloKic.il department that when its course was completed, no young minister or other religious work er need attend theological seminary to correctly equip them for their life's work. During the past summer this plan has been perfected and my hope realized, by the addition to our faculty of Hev. IS. T. Adams, of Colorado Springs, Col Prof. Adams, whose work in theministry.has been uniform y successful, is an A. M. graduate of Randolph-MacoCollege of Virginia and is also a graduate of the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University, lie therefore comes to us eminently fitted to fill successfully the chair to which he has been elected. Our fall term beV, Hughes. gins September 8. J Septembers, 19 Return limit Sept. 7th Fnr Further Information "Ask thp Ao-pnt- " WANTE- D- Good Home All For 20.4 Little Folks Towns Along The Henderson Route May Have Electricity Says W. D. Coleman, of Meade County. Sad For the Laurels. William Demi Ilowells. uirortlliiu to the Washington Star, was tuluioiilsh yoniig novelist, who. nfter wiltlug ing a fine novel, had produced only (.light commercial things. "Two critics." ho said to the young mini, "were discussing n certain author. '"His laurels,' said the first critic, 'already seem faded and bedraggled.' "That the other critic agreed, 'U because be baa been resting on them.' " 11 practical proposition and that there Is abundance of water and a fall of 80 fee t which can be utilized for an immense power plant. Water power Is the cheapest power In the world for produc ing electricity it is being utilized all Mr. John Jevltt ownes the beautiful over the country where It Is available. air, has a tiirm known as "Haslii Spiint;,"aud It' heL'oieman capitalfortune In his hands can gt Invested, sulllclent from that the stution near there was to develop It. home of given the same name. The Mrs. Kdnar Hennett Is "the bummer NOTICE. Seat." 13oth of these country places All persons hnvinu claims aeutust the ars dear to the hearts of Irvington peo ple and arc known for their gracious etate of Chas l.. Chamberlain, deceased' ure hereby notified to present them hospitality. properly proven for payment. Mrs. Maggie T. Chamberlain Uxecutor. Irvington, August 25, 1914, W I). Coleman, who owns the Doe Kuu Klourinc Mills noar Braudonburtr is planning to put in an electric power plant to run his mill and furnish power for electric plants alont' the line of the Henderson Koute from West I'olnt to Irvlnaton Engineers have been on the cround making plans and Investigating the water power. They say that it Is a Subscribe Today V.-"- . oooo-qoooooooo- - 00000000-0000III I I U. Forbes, World's Record Beater i WWh t I nI Hull II UtAIH III IU I1 1 1 I fl:t rillulltt; 1,1 ' I L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office THRLLiNG DAYS DOWN If 10 Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health American Press Association Man With Villa Took Life In His Hands. Tact and Good Fortune Got Him Out of Difficulties. Relates Experiences. OO''0OO00'OOOOO By JAMES WARE. Sir. Ware, a rtliotuRfalihcr of the American Vm A'foclatlon, accomniiU1 (Irn-erilia's ielel army In .Mexico from Saltlllo. In freccilms article lie devoted himself to the rebel chief, nnd nuiv, lie irn us pXwrlticK). Incidents mid relati kkmk. I Insurance. Old Reliable opportunity to take a Ilashllght of n Companies lmprtssi"! - ml very Well to Inush about when yii sew Iwick. but ulion u ariMinie Hftrcn hundred iiillos in tlio Interior of n toiintry find tlu'io's trouble mill like danger 'ii every side you nre not I know I was much In the humor. not. To be iiilte ciindlil. Hie tlm'IKht uppermost ill my mind every nliilit when I went to "bed" was. "Will wake up to tortllied to death or will And there was a I wake up at till very kihmI rason for tlie.-- e kIimiui.v ap Here was I.n lone Ameriprehensions can, with Villa's army far away from nny zone of proleillon and without news or the outside world. Suppose word arrived that the American soldiers were mlviinelim from Vera Cruz. Imagine wh.it would happen to me! I knew It would bo all off In sueli an never see the white lights event-I- 'd of Itroadway acalii. .My one consolation was the knowledge, that I was reasonably -- afe linrrlnic untoward as my government was favoring the cause of the Constltir tiounlists. I say reasonably safe advNedly, for during my stay In the turbulent re public the fact that It explained my real status was brought home to me ITS - Miio 1 V (,'roup of olllcers nsfcmhlcd In a enfe While I was getting ready to make the picture n surly young captain under (louznles did all he could to spoil It and show Ids disgust lor the Americanos. Two other Americans were wjtli me and when Ciej saw wfiat I was about btido mo n Lusty farewell. "We're going to beat It." they ald. "You're tllrtlng with bullets." Uiter one of the olllcers nsked me to drink u ul.ivs of champagne. I would not h.ivc (hired refuse, as to do that would in Melau eyes be regarded as an iiiipiirilntinlile n ITnnt. I had my wits about me and drank to the success of the Constitutionalist caile. Iheieby relieving an awkward Yet een after this stroke Untitled of diplomacy mj surly frleisl made some reiiiarks In Spanish the nature of which I dlil not understand, though I knew they were not complimentary. i wo Pay Postage n.k.t- pom !. vvuys Anywhere in the U. S. A. Pholo by Ainerleun firm Association I'llOTOOllAl'lLLlI MEXICAN WHO AUilUtitKD WAlIK ON HLSI ICIII.N. Villa's Resourcefulness. The mo t Interesting Incident nnd one not h"retofore told so far ns I know was that of how the Constltu- - tlou was cnlled to this lie nsked why the bodies had not been burned. lie was told there was no oil available for the purpose. He saw that It was supplied forthwith, and then it was that the Incident to which I have referred occurred. At the lighting of the first torch l one of the "corpses." a wounded soldier, rose up among the dead In silent protest. He had been hiding among the bodies In the hope of escaping under cover of night I suspect be was turned over to the mercy that kindly Individual whose function It Is to dispose of the suffering. After ted days In this place of horrors the split came brtweeii Villa and Currnnzn, and Villa ordered his entire nrmy to return to Torreon. fed-ersolll-ce- Sa gam-- j veariltu at the eleventh annual K"iitucky State Fair In 1013 this youngster broke the world's half mile truck record nnd bids entry In fair to give a glowing accoent of himself as n the trotting stakes at the twelfth iinimnl ICenlucIiv State Fair, Sept. I "Enough For Old Age." ANOTHER VICTIM OF SPEED An old man who for just fifty years Spencer Wlshart Was Killed in the had been employed about a PhiladelElgin Road Race. phia hospital, at a salary that uevcr Elgin, 111.. Aug. 21. Spencer Wish-arrose above a mouth, decided the the famous race driver, was Inother day that he had strained his otd jured fatally In the Elgin national road bones and muscles )oag enough and Is race here Saturday, when his machine entitled to a little relaxation before he bolted from the course and turned a He is 68 somersault into a tree and a picket lies down In his lone sleep. fence. Ills mechanician, Joo Jcnter, years ofd. For fifty years this man has never re and five spectators wero injured. was lending tho field. Ho ceived more than $30 a month part of Wlshart died shortly after the accident octhe time less. Yet, when he squared curred. up with his employers the other day, there was coming to him the neat sum Atrocities Are Alleged. ol $7,?00. London, Aug. 24. The Servian le"It looks like enough (or my old age," gation In London announces that Ser-vl- a he said as he took it and added: "I has telegraphed to the Spanish haven't fooled much away.'' minister at Bucharest, Itoumanla, acHis long steadiness had gained him cusing the Austrlans of horrible atrociyears ayo the nickname, ''Old Method,'' ties. It Is alleged that the Austrian and It surely fits him. Fift years ago commander ordered his troops to dewhen he bet'an to save from his small stroy tho crops, burn villages and kill The Servian soldiers, salary, so that he might have enough the Inhabitants.continually finding muIt Is said, are for his old ace, he solved the whole tilated bodies of children, women and question of social economy. He is an old men. Servla has requested the illiterate man, but he is as wise' as Spanish minister to protest and ,to no Shakespeare, who said: "Enough is tlfy- Austria that these atrocities would - i Superior Sanitary v ft m t nmrniiii flrst-clnss t, Wo pay the postage lioth ways on all packnges fil e, or over, work Prompt cimrnntcvil (li'llverlrs In Bnnllnry packages. Will credit you upon reference. Hotter, Wrlto for lnlormntlon. still, send trial bundle. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS Offices : 625 W- - Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE, KY. czioDiioiioiioiiaoi Photo liy Ainericnn Pros Association. sor.Pir.iiH in cahtload op ii:.:pmu.ii mi). which if. wot'Mii:i tiounlists captured I'aredon and why the federals evacuated Saltlllo. When Ilia's scouts were marching on to Saltlllo the federals met them at Pare doll. lUteeu miles south, with one of their lioavlo-- arinles In that vicinity After the attack Villa discovered that he was outnumbered by thousands and foresaw defeat unless he could resort to masterful measures. After the light b id progressed an hour or two he of his mounted summoned sevei soldiers and ordered them to cut down a goodly Muantlly of mesipitte trees, which grov In bush form. These he Piess Association. I'liolo liy Anion-aordered tiei' to the horses and started WAItC ON HANDCAIt OV WHII'II III'. HOIU5 his men tiding through desert vantage TilllOCIIII JKIITNTAIK KIUW. points. The purpose of this was to more than once. My lirst exposure to cieate the Impression In the federal pmvo peril came with the burning of ranks by raising gre-i- t clouds of dust Kuevo Ijiredo. Mexico, on the border that lie was being heavily I arrived there when the federals were nnd in this he was highly siucessfiil. dynamiting anil burning the city. Outwitted and apprehensive, the American sharpshooters were picking theieiipou retreated to Saltlllo off the Mexicans who wen; trying to and reported the coming of Villa's I blow up the International bridge. In their troops with wanted to cross that bridge to take haste to evacuate the city they bad no pictures, but Colonel Crane warned me time to set olf mines to accomplish Us not to. "It looks llko sure death If destruction, as had been their purpose. you do." he Mild. Finally he yielded, Hut they til l burn the large Casino, the permitting me to make the passage at finest In Mexico. my own risk The result of this clever plan of the Thought His Day Had Come. resourceful Villa was that his forces into Saltlllo. and Arrived on the Mexican side, I was walked unmolested Mexicans the rebel coiuuiaiider spilt Ids sides met by llftceu mounted laughing over the success of his ruse. much the worse for liquor conllscated They Ate by His Wit. In the raid on N'nevo Uiretlo Were conducting themselves In a hol. At Torreon I had an amusing experiterous and gleeful milliner, shooting ence In satisfying the wants of the Inoff guns In the air In celebration of ner man. I was unable to make the They lin the fedural-i- ' evacuation. Mexican waiter understand by word of mediately surrounded me. regarding mouth what I wished to eat, so I reme, dressed as I was In an American sorted to my pencil and drew u picture army shirt and hat. as an American of a lieu lading un egg and another pie Boldler It was a mighty uncomfort 'tine of a hog. lie laughed heartily nble moment. Yet to my surprise they and iiuderstoid that wanted bain and I allowed me tn enter the city when eggs, When these were set before me Hut an they were about as big as a silver dolmade known my business. udventure was In store for me. It lar and cost me (i) cents American enme when I went to the car shops money. about tluve miles out to take pictures On my llrst trip to Zacatecas. before of the destruction that had been the liloedle-- t battle of the revolution, I wrought ttii'M. had a spectacular ride on a handcar As I was approaching one of the to my destination Tills handcar was scout-int- r crude fortifications a Mexican propelled by four peons who had been party wiled upon nio to give the directed by (ieueral Villa to take me countersign. I dhiTi't know what the. wherever wished to go. We started meant. Standing there looking down out at -' o'clock In the afternoon, riding the iic'-- of a rusted old Mauser and nil night through mountains Infested Ignorant of what was expected of me. with wild animals and all the next 1 felt I was In for It good and proper day. The handcar had an acetylene Sure enough I was.. After falling to lamp for a headlight, and frequently was escorted at during explain my mission the slow and tiresome Journey the point of a gun to the heaibpiarteiv I would espy tin- blazing green eyes und prison. On the way I asked iu of a wildcat or the great red eyes of a captor by making signs to pose for the wolf as the beast crouched on the camera, lie radlly consented. tracks dliectly In our path, fascinated At the prison good luck favored me by the glare of the light. More than I met Captain I'iiIukz. who made once I thought we should lilt one of There umends for my arrest. He permitted the animals, hut they always scamperme to photograph the prisoners and ed olT Into the blackness of the night olllcers In the prison yard, presented just In time to avoid being run down. me with a box of his best cigars and I did some great shooting that night, riding In Ids automobile, lie took me ami from yelps that followed my shots could iiiidertdnnd Kugllsli, but could iiniiiy of them took effect, not speak It. Eventually we became A live One Among the Dead. excellent Wends, and lie escorted me with his company on the journey to At ZacatccH. following the bnttle, I Monterey A witnessed an tinrtuuiy Incident. cartload of dead soldiers stood within Ware as a Diplomat. a hundred ynrds of General Villa's At Monterey, on the way to Saltlllo, enr, nnd no notice seemed to be paid Nrbere was anticipated one of tbe big-feWheu (Jenernl Villa' intra. to It. an I t e fed-eral- s 1 1 c 1 - I I On Colonel Fierro's Train. Coming ! me, after we arrived at Torreon fol' iwlng the fight nt Zacatecas, we found no trains were leaving for tbe bonier. There bad been cloudbursts, and the roads had been washed out for eighteen days. After camplug in the railroad yard for four days I noticed a freight train was being made up to carry Colonel Flerro, the man said to have killed Henton. the English-man- , and who had been wounded at Zacatecas. This train was bound for Juarez. 1 got aboard without permission, as I wanted to beat my rivals to the border with my pictures. This I did, arriving forty-eigh- t liours before they appeared. Kn route at 8 o'clock the first night Colonel Flerro left his train at Santa Iiosalla, despite his wound, a nalnful one In the thigh, to visit He did not return until 1! p. m. the following day, und In the menu! line we almost starved.' Flerro speaks Fngllsh, and when we were within 150 miles of the border he said to me, pointing west to the mountains. "There's where my gold mines are; guess I'll stop the train und have a look at them." Suffering though he was, he rode his horse the distance, live miles at least. That's the .Mexican of It; they won't I give in oxen when they're dying. frl-mi- Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains' Hardinsburg, : Ky. ' IOEZ3 aoDooo Now is the time to subscribe tAf . content.'' When men and women realize Up old and begin ser their garnered gains, it Is doubtful it they can know of any more comforting thought than that so tersely expressed by this man: "I hav- ent fooled much away," or a more blt-- ' ter one than that in their rash and improvident youth and prime they had frittered away in lleeting pleasures they are growing icusly to count saw a woii an shot In the stomach by u stray buhct and her little girl, also wounded, walking the stieets of Zaca tecas two days utter the battle without medical attention. From Juarez I went by unto to Fl I'aso, Tex., where I met all the news paper men on the border, who evinced gie.it Interest in sllch of my expel as I lelated. Then I boarded a train for home, thank Coil. My ad future In .Mexico was over. I was as happy as a boy going to the circus for the first time I was going to see the white lights of Itroadway again, alier all disfigurlne skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc , are Most due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters as a cleansing blood tonic, Is CO at all stores well recommended, This is a Sort, of "Flagg Number" Look nt the cover for our September issue, which noes to you under separate wrapper-it- 's m by Fluirfi. Look nt the frontispiece it's by Flasr,'. "j Look nt the illustrations for Kdnit Ferber's story they tiro by Fliirr. Look at the "I Should Say So" pa;es they are ulways by Fill"!,'. i YVo don't have as much Flarj us this every mouth, but he is in every number. There isn't anybody in tho illustrating or comic writing oauio nowadays to compare in popularity with James Montgomery Flagg aged 37 one of the few urtistis on earth who makes enough money out of his profession to ride around New York City in a limousine. The American Magazine for September That Whitlock Story Denied. Washington, Aug. 24. A statement given out at the state department declares that Brand Whitlock, American minister to Belgium, had no instructions to fell the Germans occupying Brus els the t the United States had taken the city under Its protection for the purpose cf seeing whether tho rules of war were observed. The dethat which v,ou!d have been the prop partment has received no report from and stay and comfort of their old age. Mr. Whitlock bearing on the occupaIt does not matter so much what the tion of the Belgian capital. amount of money saved may be. In Simple Funeral For the Pope. that time of waiting and reflection Borne, Aug. 24. Never 'in 400 jears which we call old age, money in Itself has the funeral of a pope been so simshrinks to a little thing. When the ple as that, of Plus X. The ceremony body weai s out and the soul sits down occupied only fifteen minutes Sunday Only diplomats, cardinals, in a world of memories it is the sacri- evening.' fllclals and a few Invited guests wero fices made that become sweet, as the bitter juices extracted by the bee from present. tne clover turn to honey in the hive. Hocsler In Trying Post. It Is then' that the soul is softened Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 24. Fort and soothed and satisfied with memor- Wayne people are watching for sone ies of Industry, saving an'd self denial, word from Antwerp from Henry Dietjust as old wine is rich with the spar- rich, Arreri-aconsul geneial In Belkle of the summer heat of the gium, who e headquarters' are In that viueyard. city, but whose homo Is in Ft. Wayne This old roan, common servitor, ignorant and III paid all his life, presents a good lesson to these who live in and WEATHER EVERYWHERE for the pleasures of today only, fooling away their substance in youth and layObservations of United States weather bureaus taken at S p. m. ing up for old age nothing but penury, jesterday fo'low; suffering and worse still heart desoTemp. Weather. lating memories. 1 Clear Boston. woman among The richest man or 71 New York Clear us, and the poorest, may learn much of Clear Denver v. 51 this old toiler. P.iches take to themCloudy San FMnc3:o. CO selves wings of many kinds, but none C. Clear St. Paul 7C so fleet and sure as the insidious habit Rain Chlcai lr.dIpni:no'ls.. . 8". Pt, Cloud." of fooling mtney away. Owensboro Cloudy ss St. L'ul- Kno,ulrer. Cloudy New Or'eans. . 78 Cloudv Washington. . . 82 Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Orove's Fair. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts 011 the Liver, Drives New Motor Cultivator. out Malaria, Enriches tbe Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. A gasoline motor cultivator Invented Eighty-eightby W. E. Franks and W. O. Hoskins Annual Meetthe Owensboro Shovel and ing at Freedom Church. and built atplant, was demonstrated by Tool Co's. The old Freedom church closed its them on the Mike Schcrm farm Tuesregular annual meeting last week con- day, August 18 To the minds of those ducted by the Kev. White. This is the who have examined the cultivator and eighty-eight- h annual meeting and Mrs. saw the test made on Mr. Scherm's Uetsy Coinptou is the only person liv- farm, t js one of the greatest invening who was present at the organisation tions of the age, especially to the agrio'f these "Second Sunday Meetings." cultural world. This invention will completely revoShe is 92 years old and remembers the lutionize the cultivation of corn, tofirst meeting. ' These meetings in the old days at- bacco, cotton and small grain of this tracted great crowds of people from ev- country, by putting a motor power culery section of this county and Grayson, tivator in tbe hands of the small farmThey camped on the grounds with their er at a small price. Owensboro In families and enjoyed a week's sendee of quirer. devotion and were enthused with power ful 6ermons which did great good to the n long-gon- that certain' draw reprisals. f mm. skins GO, JOHN J I!"VTE & 10 3 7 LOUISVII.LE. KY. HIGHEST MC PAIO FOR ESTABLISHED Try a News Want Ad. Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. k Trie South most popular priced, modem tituated in tfie AbtoluUlr very heart of the retail chopping district and near all the theatres. 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He was at the Irvington barbecue and enjoyed the day immensely, shaking hands with old friends and neighbors. Iwm III Sim, Mfttr MattH wtt't tor The worst cases, no natter of bow long standing, arc cured by tbe wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil., It relicTce Pais aad Ucali at Ute same liasc, fee, M, bnttlei of tbe rerolutton, taw community. Subscribe Today Sit. ENGLISH hW GERMAN PRINCE RUPRECHT Babies' Health Contest at State Fair I WARSHIPS OF? Natal Battle Off Bavaria's Heir Drives the French Out of Lorraine. (ENTlfSIl .4 km Gape May Is SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harness Stake Student' Judging Contest $1,000 Roadster Suite Farmer Boy' Encampment Expected, Washington, Am. 21. The BlnklnR of the Ilrltlsh steamer Hyades hy the Oermnn cruiser Drewlen wns reported at tho state department by the American consul general at Illo Janeiro. The German ship Santa Kathrlna, the report also stated, was captittred hy tlio Ilrltlsh cruiser Glasgow. Iloth events took place In Brazilian waters. Vessels' Philadelphia, Aug. 21. lately arriving here report that the North German I.loyd steamship Brandenburg had met a German cruiser Just outside the Delaware breakwater, presumably tho llremen, and was" transferring general baggage. The llrandenhurg left for Norway with u cargo of 8,000 tons of coal apd general ship supplies. Other vessels brought news of seeing various ships of war off tho Jersey coast. Some of them are warships of Admiral Craildock's English North Atlantic fleet. They are looking for the llrandenhurg. ' Other German warships are reported along the Atlantic coast by wireless, nntl shipping men are looking every minute for a naval battle off Cape May. The presence of both English and German warships along the Atlantic coast in the neighborhood of the breakwater was verified when dispatches between the English cruisers mid between the Brandenburg and a Gumma cruiser, believed to have ben tho Bremen, were Intercepted. SITUATION This Is TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Hore, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY Reduced Railroad Rate (d BATTLE OF MEXICO" For Catalogue and Entry Blank Address J. L. DENT, Secretary, 70S Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. 01 C1 HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Itetter than Calomel and Quinine. I Contains No Arsenic.) THK OJ.I) RiaiAHI.H EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and l'cvers, THE GERMAN SIDE OF GIGANTIC CONFLICT Malarial l'evers, Swamp vers anil Itilious I'cvers. Just wliat you need at this season. MIM) I.AXATIVH, NKRVOt'S SKDATIVIv, Sfl.HNDIl) TONIC Gjtriattit. Trr It. Im of the prize winners nf l'.li:', iiml their proud tt..i. .tin's are shown COME this Ilrturi. Examination for thr Balilrs' Health ''it, test of tho 1!)1 Iv rntneky State Fair, Sept. 1M!I, will be held In n newly built V oil I lire, with transparent walK admitting views of f e t its under process of the physicians' summing up. Oia't tail lor tabttltuta. It Drutrjilt. BY 50c ind SI 00 lolll.l. PREPARED ROBINSON-PETTET INCOIIl'OKATKI). COMPANY, KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, - - j MUCH IMPROVED of Antwerp. First Reports for Nearly Three Weeks, Washington. Aug. 21. The German embassy here has received Its first reports from Germany since the cutting of the Azores cable nearly three weeks ago. These dispatches came by wire-Jes- s to Sayvllle. L. I., which is a German-owned station. Three dispatches were received In all, two reporting victories for the German forces and the third stating that Germany had made no reply to The first the Japanese ultimatum. was as follows: "Tho German guns since Friday evening have been thundering at MANCHURIA MAY BE the Official Word Coming Out Antwerp, Aug. 24. The Belgian government Issued the following announcement Sunday evening: "Since yesterday the situation In Our Antwerp has much Improved. Hying columns have completely clearGered the surroundliu territory. mans In the neighborhood of Antwerp have either been driven ofT, killed or made prisoners. Our troops visited the Camplne district of Waesland ana the country near Mallnea, but discovThe ered no trace of the enemy. French are engaged with the German troops. All the German forces which v'ere encamped near Marche, in Belgian Luxembourg, have moved south RICH PRIZE OF WAR Chinese Believe Japan Has Designs There. u PRISONER'S MUR0ER0USACT Lee Assails Constable and Makes Good His Escape. William Columbus, Ind.. Aun. 21. Wright, sixty years old, a deputy here. Is dying from a fractured !i"iull and Ralph l.ee, twenty years old, h a fugitive as the result of an assault with an Iron bar on the officer by l.ee. Wright opened the Joor to the jali to admit another prisoner, when who was standing ready a.t the door, struck the deputy constable, knocking Mm unconscious and making good his Ralph con-ntnbl- o cicapo. l.ee was awaiting trial on 3even exargea of burglary. Germans Still Laying Mines. London, Aug. 21. Tho official British news bureau has Issued a statement calling attention to the previotu warnings to neutrals of the dangers of s traversing the North sea. The are continuing their practice of scattering mines indiscriminately upon Ger-iraii- the ordinary trade routes. These mines do not conform to the conditions laid down by The Hague convenIn consequence neutral ship i. tion. no matter what their destination, are exposed to the greatest danger. Game Warden Shot Fisherman. Plymouth, Ind.. Aiu. 21 Peter J. Holloway, deputy same warden, shot r.nd killed Louis Jeffries, who resisted r.rrest for Illegal rlshln?. The warden says he shot in Peking, Aug. 24. In large numbers Japanese troops are arriving at Tsln-ffor the purpose of seizing the Shantung railway, owned by German Interests, as soon as hostilities begin. The Japanese officials have ordered the German consul at Mukden to leave unVery soon new Zeppelins will der threat of arrest, and have Issued be ready for work on the Belgian coast similar orders to all Germain In Manchuria. Germans are being expelled and the English channel. "North cf Metz the German army from Mukden, Dalny and Changchi' i. under Crown Prince William Is ad- and It Is expected that they will be vancing on both sides of Longwy and driven out of Tientsin. Ther- Is a bellaf In Chinese circles has defeated and forced back the French. Another army under the Ba- that Japan intends to occupy southern varian crown prince, Ruprecht, which Manchuria. was already reported as having won a victory In Lorraine, Is pursuing the Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly beaten enemy and has reported at The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, drives out Luneville. whence It Is continuing for- CRO VITS TASTELESS chill TONIC, up the sysMalaria. enriches the blood .and builds tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c ward." The second read: "Strong Russian forces have been advancing against Blundering State Officials. Gumhlnen. The first German army corps turned against' them Aug. 20, The State has hardly recovered from checked the Russians and secured the shock that two Important amendA 8,000 prisoners and eight guns. ments to the State Constitution, which German cavalry dtvUlon took ."00 pris- were adopted Oy the people by very fighting two Russian cavoners after attempt to large majorities, were null and void bealry divisions. The French He Tans 'Em Alright. invade upper Alsace was frustrated by cause the Secretary of State had failed the defenders. In Lorraine the French to advertise the election of the same as required by law. These two amendarmy Is retiring from the frontier. The name of the principal of the "German people find the Havre re- ments which were defeated by a blun- Graded School at Trenton, Ky., is Tan big French dering State official were a change in ner. That's the kind of teacher needed ports about the progress amusing, and they are us our system ol taxation and permitting for Jeft'ersontown's bad boys. Jefl'er false as some of those published In the the convicts to be worked on the public year 1870." Na-mu- r. - roads. It seems that we are to have another amendment wiped out by another blundering official. Lewis county by in overwhelming majority recently voted a bonded debt of five per cent, of Its assessed valuation for the purpose of building roads. When the county ottered the bonds for sale the Louisville banks, after Investiga tion, said that they could not afford to buy them, because there was no record that Gov. Willson had issued a procla mation declaring that the amendment to the constitution, permitting a county to create a five per cent, indebtedness for roads had ever been adopted. This failure o Oov. Willson is certainly as serious as thOQe of Secretary of State If the courts hold in the Crecelius. Willson case as they did in the Crecelius case, that the law was not complied with, and that therefore the amendment is null and void, It will be a terrific block to the road development in Kentucky. It will not only prevent counties voting bonded debts to the amount of five per cent, of their assessed value, but it will also invalidate the act passed by the last Legislature of a five ceut State tax for road pur poses, as this provision was a part of the same amendment as the right for bonded debt. Truly the Stute of Ken tucky has come to the disastrous con. dition when the voice of the people Is thwarted by blundering officials. Elizabethtown News. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY, Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverpart Bath $1.50 Business Men and Shoppers FREE FREE Austrian Operations. Operations on th Drlna have been abandoned and the Austrian troops will be withdrawn. The situation In Bosnia has been growing gradually worse. Austria has discontinued sending troops Into that territory, fearing that she may have difficulty In getting them, out when they are needed for other operations. Austria Is uniting with Germany to repel the Russian Invasion along the eastern frontiers of the two countries. Vienna. Aug. 21. If You Don t Happen to Go to Church Don t Scoff at Those Who Do Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes The personal reminiscences of Baron de Meneval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De MenevaPs 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. EMPEROR OF JAPAN Has Issued a Declaration of War Against Germany. TERSE TELEGRAMS you don't care to join the ever increasing CO TO CHUKCH IF throng DON'T BE A SCOFFER. Words are inndcquntc to describe the man who seeks to ridicule or make a jest of the uplift GO TO CHURCH movement. He who finds in it a target for his cheap wit should stop and think what the world today would be without churches. If you don't cure to help along the movement don't decry it. IT IS THIS GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT IS A WINNER. 8PREADING LIKE A PRAIRIE FIRE. IN THIS THE MOST MATE-RIAAGE IT IS GRIPPING THE BIG MEN OF THE COUNTRY. THEY 8EE THAT IT IS A FORCE FOR GOOD NOT ONLY TO THE INDIVIDUAL, BUT TO THE NATION. L Joe Tinker, manager of the Chicago Federal league club, Is laid up with a broken rib as the result of a collision In the Held. France and England have decided to advance $100,000,000 to Belgium, half of the amount to be furnished by each of the two countries. One of the provisions of the late pope's wilt provides for tho maintenance and education of 400 children orphaned In the Messina earthquake. All British army reservists In the United States have been ordered to place themselves at tho orders of Eng. Unit cou'sumr officers In their districts. It is reported In, Chinese dispatches that President Yuan Shlh Kal Is satisfied with the position and pledges of Japan In tho matter of the port of Klauchau. Clemenceaa, The son of now with tlio French army In Belgium, killed a Gertmin officer In a tierce encounter aud himself was wounded in the thigh. hand-to-han- A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The National Weekly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting Memoirs free with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publication, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs Is the two papers. available, however, so to get the benefit of this special otfer you must act quickly. By special If the man who scoffs at the GO TO CHURCH movement could see himself as others do he would realize what n mistake he is making. The GO TO CHURCH movement is it serious, broad minded proposition. It will not be denied. In every city, town and hamlet in the United States there is u genuine religious awakening. It is not confined to any class or sect. IT 18 PLAIN THAT THERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN WAS REALLY DEAD EVEN AMONG THE WORST. IT IT REQUIRED AN AWAKENING. AS WAS SIMPLY SLUMBERING. IT GRADUALLY DAWNED THAT THE CHURCHES WERE BEING EMPTIED AND THAT FACT WAS BROUGHT TO THE MINDS OF THE PEOPLE, THEY WERE AROUSED. WHAT YOU GET IN COLLIER'S Collier's is the one big, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole country. Its editorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. It stands always for the best interests of the greatest number of the people. Among its contributors are such writers as George Wallingford," Randolph Chester, author of " Vkste by JLmarlcin Press Association. has protested to Italy against tho latter'a affprdlng facilities to the fleets ofvGp.'at Britain and France In tho Adriatic, wA there uio indications tint the diplomatic tension between tho two countries Is very, acute. Aus.t.-.u Tlio GO TO CHURCH call found a quick and powerful response. As tho call became generally disseminated thero was u magnificent odvnnce on tho house of God. If you haven't joined the throng do it nt once. If you .have a social engagement for next Sunday break it for an engagement with God. If you have arranged for an auto drive, a game of golf or sonic other form of recreation remember that you ought to servo God. Will you serve him?. You will. GO TO CHURCH! Meredith Nicholson, AmeMie Rives, II, G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry Ilcach Ncedham, etc. It numbers among its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, James It. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl, It Is a magailne for the whole family Editorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial Stories by the greatest writers of the day. Collier's The News .... $2.50 ) 1.00 j S&SSJSS. SSTP,2fa0,oi;,,.,N:po,.M: $1 , Call or send subscriptions to this office. If you are already a subscriber, your subscription will be extended tor a year from its present date of expiration. ' The Breckenridge News, Cloyirport, Ky. JAPAN DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY KHstf Failed to Reply to IRVIN6T0N. Mrs. Orace Conover, of Owensboro, Is the guest of Mrs. Nora Hoard. R. L. Lyon and George Huff spent Saturday in Louisville. The W. P. M. S. of 'the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hugh Conley, of Augusta, Oa., gave an excellent talk on Palne's College and Bethelem House, Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis and children left Tuesday for Pennsylvania. , E. F. Alexander returned from St. Louis Friday There he has been buying a stock of fall goods. Mrs. A. T. Adkins and children spent several days of last week In Louisville. Mrs. Hottell and Miss May Kemper, of New Amsterdam, left Saturday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hottell Mr. and Mrs. Vertrees Wortham, of Louisville, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Crider. Mrs. Lou Gibbons and daughters, of Nashville, Tenn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs E. F. Alexander. Mrs. Sam Hawes, of Virginia, and Miss Anna Hawes, ot Owensboro, left for their homes Sunday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hawes. Ed Meddis, of Louisville, spent Fri day and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs W. G. Bandy. Mova Galloway, of New Orleans, has been the guest of his mother, Mts. Fi delia Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. I'iggott, Hliza George and Joseph I'iggott motored to Indianapolis Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Miller. Fon Rhodes, of Medora, spent Sun day in our town. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Havnes aad granddaughter, Lucile Haynes, of Union Star, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. HooV-- . Katherine Cox is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. John Cox, of Guston. Mr. and Mts. W. 1'. Graham and Roy Cleo Graham spent Monday in the A GENERAL SURVEY DF THE WAR According PUREST Self SWEETEST First Patent BEST THE WAR IS WORLD WIDE the Zone Japanese With the Orient Embraced In of Conflict, It Is Expected at Once Will Lay Siege to Ger. many's Treaty Port on the Chinese Coast and Attack German Shipping In Far Eastern Waters. Toldo, Am;. 21. Tito Japanese diet has lieen convoked to meet iu special session on Sept. 3. Rotterdam, Ahr. 21. AccorJIns to uiittiMill.illvo advices from llorlln. the German government at noon Sunday handed p:iKHorts to tlto Japanese cliaruo d'nffalres. p. m., Sunday Toklo, Ana. 21. At ToUlo time, Japan formally war on fJeimany. Germany failed to icply to the Japanese ultimatum that she withdraw from Klaticluil and the f r east. The declaration of war wa.i Issued hs an Imperial rescript Immediately after the Isaiiln? !)f the rescript, the Japanese military an I naval forces were ordered to move asaliint Klaiiclrin at once. Count Von Ilex, the German ambassador lo J.- - .in. has received his and will sail for America on the Mlrii"Mda on Aug. 2. Germany's InIn Japan will he looked after ter' by the American ambassador While there is not the same entiiu-b'- j m in .li'ii-i- i oer the war with Ger-m- . nj that there was over the war, the action of the Kovernmetit meets with the approval of the nation and crowd i gathered Sunday In front of the foreign office and war and naval offices and cheeied the olllcials. Iantern processions in the streets at nlsht folio .ve I the IhmiIiik of the formal declaration of war. The Austrian cruiser Kaisorin Kliza-bell- i is reported to have left Tslnstao, and It Is reported that she will take refime in n neutral port and disarm In order tlml AtMtria may not Imromo Involved in the war In the fur east. The statement I made at the foreign office that .lap in will remain friendly to Austria unless the latter adopts an offensive attituMe toward Japan. (i nlsht. pass-port- s Husso-Japanes- Jap-nnes- city. Mrs. Adele Conniff entertained at cards Thursday evening in honor of her son, Will Conniff, of Louisville. Mrs. J. M. Hercdon has returned from Brandenburg where she attended a family reunion at the home of James Lewis Wednesday. Miss Nell Smith has accepted a position as clerk with E. F. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs J. B Herndon returned The Roy3l Rescript Is a copy of the royal re- Friday from a three weeks visit with Followiiu Mr. and Mrs. John Waller, of Hopkins-villscript deflarfni" wir: and Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Beny, of "We herehy ileri.iro war aaalnst Germany, and we command our army Nashville, Tenn. and navy to carry on hostilities ai;jinn. A series of sermons Is being held at that empire with all their strength, the Baptist church by Rev. W. W. iilno command all our compeand we tent authorities to make every effort Stout. Ila and Arthur Payne were dinner In piirHiiiince of their respective dutie.t to attain the nation ll aim by alt guests of MUs Louise N'etnerton Sun means within the limits of the law of day. nations. Mrs. Annie Herndon is home from a "Since the oiithroik of the present two months stay in Louisville. war In Kurope, the calamitous effect The late-i- t social event of the season of which wo view with uravo concern, we on our part have entortaiued hopei was the "500" party and dance given of preserviiiK the peace of the far Pint by Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hottell Friday by the maintenance of strict iwitr.i1 eveuing. in compliment of their guest, It) hut the action of Germany has at Miss Mary Kemper, of New AmsterIciiKth compelled Great Britain, our dam. The following guests were presally, to open hostilities against that ent: Misses Elizabeth Crider, Nell country, and Germany Is, at Kiauchaii. Guedry Bramlette, Mary Nevitt, Its leased territory from China, busv Smith, with wailllus procurations, while lt-- Margaret Conniff, Mary Alexander, armed vessel crulsint; seas of eu,ter:i Lottie Uamh, Mary Henry, .Mildred Asia, are threatening our commerce Hawes, Anna and Virginia Hawer, and that of our allv. The ptuce of the Owensboro; Messrs. Hayden Bramlette, far east Is thus In jeoiurd;George Huff, Robert and Hubert Ly.on, "It Is our e.irnest wuh Hint by the Paul Wilson, Will Conniff, E. A Lex, loyalty ami valor of our faithful sub- Lewis Herndon, Bioa Jollv, James jects, peace may noon he restored and Owen Cunningham, Harry Conniff and the niory of the empire enhanced " Japanese iiewspip'iis expre.u the Gillie Dowell. Watermelons and grapes were served. conviction editorially Mi it a better will arise between the United Stales and I ip.iu, and express Wills Probated. Etirprlnu that AmerhjtH are suspicious ol. lap uf 4 motives iu tlto action taken against Germany - e, ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE IEST FLOUR to latest report from the Germans are overrunthe front Bob White Rising Snow Drift, Extra Fancy ning north Belgium and are within a few miles of Ostend. The report also eays that 50,000 Germans who marched Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted through Brussels are now In Ghent. ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its The English consul at Ostend has advised all the English to leave that purity-an.. wholesomeness are its highest recommendations place, and most of them have departed occufor Folkestone. The Germans CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! pied Brussels without firing a shot. Antwerp, an Important port city, has been placed In a state of siege It is best costs no more than the rest why not use it? and all forclincrs have been asked to leave as soon as possible. King Albert Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky mid the general staff nro In the city, the forts nre manned and the civil guard hnR been directed to act under orders of the military. Fast channet steamers have been requisitioned to to places of safecarry ty. The forts are being made ready for a vigorous defense. The defenses of tho city are considered Impregnable. The German troops have been bombarding Namur with heavy siege guns and have partially Invested that city, also attacking the French lines nt Dlnant, only ten miles from the French border. An Impregnable Fort. It Is estimated that an army of r00,-00- 0 men could not capture Antwerp In six months, and not then unless the food supplies ran low. The Belgian main army consists of about 100,000 men and the garrison of the forts is p.botit 20,000. Tho army Is large fiftv-fo- ur CT enough to hold off n much bigger array by the help of the forts and will be In n position to inflict great losses upon the enemy by sorties. In case of extreme necessity French nnd British W one-ha- lf war vessels can bo brought up the Schcldte and can contribute enormously to tho defense of the city. The French have taken ninety-on- e German fle'd guns, nineteen autos nnd four flags, according to n dispatch reThe ceived In Paris from Alsace. French cavalry routed a column of German cavalry which was crossing the Rhine from T.eopohlshohe, near tho village of St. Louis, in Alsace. The Gorman lossei were placed at f00 Itl'led and wounded. Austrian troops nre reported to be concentrating In great numbers nt Leopoldshohe. Paris reports that tho only French territory invested by Germans Is that which Is occupied by a small body of In German troops at department, the Russians Invading Germany. SWhJ'JEh QR&fift 3&3f mEfi&k QMKfi&h SflESfi 3t QMfifift Official advices from St Petersburg report that .'00,000 Russians are now upon German territory The German forces were defeated at Staluponbn and the Russians have occupied o non IOC 301 Melkcnen' and also the Importtown of Lyck, Just ant cast Prussian over the Russian border and about sixty miles from Gumblnen. The occupation of Lyck was made after two days of hard fighting, and was only effected after the German position had been stormed by strong Russian reinforcements. Austria has protested to Italy against the Iattcr's affording facilities to the fleets of Great Britain and France in the Adriatic, and there are indications that the diplomatic tension between the two countries is very acute. The German prefect of upper Alsace has warned the citizens that if the Inhabitants take part in tho fight ing against Germany they will be shot, their local burgomaster also will be shot, and tho localities will be demol- Hardinsburg FOR SALE One of the best farms within the vicinity of (154) acres of Containino- one hundred and g land under good fence, in high state of cultivation. miles of Har- Well watered; wirhin two and 8 dinsburp and two miles of Harned. Seventy acres in g grass and clover; twenty acres in timber; on a good road. 8 1 1 1 Andun-I.e-Itoma- n Muerthe-et-.Mosell- e i HARDINSBURG I J. O. BAKER, a c KENTUCKY 0 FALL ANNOUNCEMENT IVIRS. M A.McCUBBINS L. D. FOX, ished. All British army reservists In the Vnlted States have been ordered to place themselves at tho orders of English consular officers in their districts. Manager STEPHENSPORT, KENTUCKY Queer Th'ngs That Turn Up la the News Bremer Carlton of Nelsouville, N. Y was klllei by n kick from a horse which killed bis father In a similar way two years ago. Although dead, Putrplman Charles Graham of Jersey City, N. J was promoted to a nl nl; of lieutenant so that his widow will get a pension of $S50 a - - AUSTRIAN Russians FORCES FLEE Claim Important Victory Along Border. i St I'eteihbiirJ, A'ij;. 21. Nine Russian siUinlionii on An?. 22 defeiteil ne r the station at I'hi'w an' Austrian fcr-'of I'nuble their streimth, capturing two iiioiintalu batteries and tdO p I (iiieri. Th iisrlin force wlilc.i rtt'ckcd Vladimir V'iynnke Is now In Ir:'illons icirtat toward Sokal. Uus-- l some forts a lorrod nio i l s are fortifying the of Kali, after liavlnx Iwmbardol , the town. They also have seied th? mine i of which place have hemi .."iidliiK cwl to Gei many. It j' stated that the Kimstm. tear Rolda and N'ledeihe's; are threaten-hifie Gerinan IIiihh of roinmunlr.i-tl'i- i KiishIuiis alKo have niptuied mid Ootelsliiiru. The am In full retreat and are the AiiKcrupp river. It :s claimed that the battle at Guinhinueii lias Klven thQ ItiiHvlans control of that part of Prussia toward the Vistula. toss the Itiver Seiet. ""lie Germmis out--.Mt- The will of C. L. Chamberlain was probated in the County Court Monday. He gave to his son, interest in the old Fred, one-thirhome farm in Ohio. To his neph ew, Chas. Edward McGoniery, the .sum of $100. To his crandchild- ren, Kurene and Fred Chamberlain, lie uve $100 each. To his wife, Millie F. Chamberlain, ho ruve the re?idue of his property uoiiMstinj; of real estate, notes, bond-- - and stocks. She is made executrix of his will without bond. d you tccall and inspect their INVITES Eurniture, Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, Hats, Caps and Groceries. Harness, Drugs, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Salt, Lime, Cement and Brick, Roofing and Guttering, Electrical Supplies : : Full line of Hardware, Queensware, year. A. New York youth lias gone Into tho business of furnishing his blood for transfusion purposes, and at $30 a quart be has earned ?120 in tho last four months' Tho currency hcarclty nt Tamplco has not been relieved nnd continues a detriment to business. Boxes of celluloid poker chips nro now circulating change. Prices the Lowest, Quality Considered. Hum-biOu- croa-,-lu- ns small llaynes Trent and .Fese I'ayno were the witnessc?. SUss Lulu Howe of Newfane, Vt The will of Phillip Grecnwell has a henbawk that measures four feet from To Nancy Jane boven Inches Howe Up to tip of Its wit." probated. caught tho hawk wings. MHs .Inrboe he. fjuve two lots in liar- - with her bunds nnd killed It after u dinqhur, and to his ;randehild hard battle, thereby saving the life of two lots and $f)0 in money. The one of her bens. will was written and witnessed by Complicated CourtasUf. the late Morris Kskridjje and Jus. "I tried to apologize to my wife," II. Lewis. said Mr. Mcekton, "bat It was awfully confusing." Her Chin. Dawson The facial features philnl.v indicate cliar.ietcr mid disposition in selecting your wile, were you governed by her chin? Spenlow No. but I have been I'icr Miice we married. We solicit a part ot your business and hope to see you in the near future . Card Gamo Leads to Murder. nioomliiKton, Ind.. Auk. 21. As a of a iiuarrel over a kuhio of cards 3 dm ScarbmiKh, aiml thelrt)Mlht, uhot and killed Henry Nunn. n at HciiHnnlitirK. a small village two miles fioui hro. mur-cha- re-ru- lt "Every time 1 tried to say anything she Insisted on saluting back, word for word,- '- Wnshliittton Star. "Wbyr EVERYTHING NEW, FRESH AND CLEAN 0 Subscribe today.