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TEACHERS AT Enthusiasm No. 9 cKIMAN ADVANCE CHECKED tl!- r ni ! iiiii in inn uiniiii hi the Allies. i MEET East St. Louis Sets Pace For Go to Church Movement Great Enthusiasm Shown ST. LOUIS lind n banner GO TO CHUKCII Sunday. EAST per cent of tlio population went to divine service. "1 low" did yon do it?" was tlio question naked by hundreds of other cities throughout the country. The answer camo: ALL CITY OFFICIALS ASKED THEIR EMPLOYEES TO QO TO CHURCH. THE CHIEF OF POLICE AS3EM3LED ALL THE AT ROLL CALL AND ASKED THEM TO GO TO SOME CHURCH. JUST BEFORE GOING HOME SATURDAY NIGHT HE REVI8ED THE PATROL SCHEDULE OF ALL THE PATROLMEN AND DETECTIVE8 80 THAT THEY COULD GET AWAY TO SOME CHURCH 8ERVICE 8UNDAY. IN THE PRESENCE OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS HE HANDED THE SCHEDULE TO THE 8ERGEANT IN CHARGE. 8EWLEYVILLE TO HOSTESS MANHAPTISTS Associa- agreed to do so: R. S. Pate, Friendship; M. P. Compton, Garfield; W. R. Bowman, Hardinsburg; T. N. McGlothlan, Irvington; G. M. Barclay, Stephensport; Bro. Abbott, Walnut gers Grove. On motion It was agreed to adjourn at 5:l!i p. m., and convece at 8:30 a. m. Or- II i Interest Manifested in the Work For the Coming Year Institute Has Large Attendance. and Great BUSY DAY AND Breckenridge Baptist tion Has Two Days Session at Thursday. Rev. J. L. DeHart read report on Bewleyville Baptist Church-Gu- ests phans Home which was adopted. Royally Entertained. MEETS AT The secretary maae his report which was adopted and referred to Finance ARE NIGHT cntoucn i nun i iucc ntrurtjntu tucid lhilo ' Never before has there been in Hardinsburg so man;' jeople attending the Breckenridge County Teachers' Institute which began Monday in the Court House under the supervision of J. W. Trent, Superintendent of the Ilreckenridge I rmiwmg ncucm uiuuumg, m- - lied Armies Take New Stand, nm uiv m. H i niHii hi w rsiin I.L II IHUIVI.U I r-- n S ilium urti 1 1 nmm 1 wm n If tf VVw vimau nuaiui uaai uumua iiuu the French Capital. Tientsin, Aug. 31. Japanese troops neen lanuuu ai Heverai uuiuui uu UO coast near rvitiuunuu. London, Aug. 31. The British and French forces, after retreating from Aug. 23 to 28, have reformed their lines and resumed the offensive. The British loss Is reported to have been 1,000, but 12,000 men have beeen sent to take their placea. The battle line ef the allies now runs through Leber-cleLe Chateau and Cambral. The . .i i . .1 uermans report uiui meir luiues uavn Quentln and are advancing reached from there toward the fortified posie tions of La Fere. The mayor of deple.i that that city ha3 been taken by the Germans. According to a dispatch from Paris a German avia-t!o- r passed over that city In an aeroplane and dropped bombs, which did only trifling damage. . Washington reports that the first Information received that Turkey may become Involved In the European war Vas contained In a statement given out by the German embassy. This information (s to the effect that Turkey may at any moment Join the kaiaer and that a declaration of war against Great Britain Is believed by the Ger- . i. .. ..AI,i..ma . .. . .. i tt man iirkeiy. . iu iiiiuamu nits iviuoicmm against the British in Egypt and India. The information from the Balkans Is to the effect that German naval and army officers are being hurried to Constantinople in tho expectation of war (and that the situation within the Balkan area is hecomlng most serious. The Russian Operations. Two Russian armies are now reported to be engaged alonj the frontiers g of Germany and Austria. One is north of Thorn in Germauy and the other around Lambert. In Austria. Tho Germanu report that they won a decided victory over the Rus.Ian troops thirty-twmiles (mm Koeuigs-berg- . The Germans, are reported to be rushing troops from Belgium across Germany to meet the Russian To tho north of Liege a invasion. largo fofce of Cormans. were soon moving along tho Mouse toward Germany, and it wai reported that they wore bound for the eastern frontier. With' the consequent weakening of his attacking force In France, by the urgent need of meeting the czar In battle, the kaiser Is exposed to the attack of France's army, which Is now operating under the protection of the guns of the strongest fortresses in the m Bou-logn1 oper-"atlno ata s, County Schools. It rained all Monday morning, but this did not keep the one hundred teachers away, and many others who came by train and in buggies The morning session was opened by an invocation by the Rev. S. K. Hunt. Miss Ida B. Marr is secretary, and the instructors are Prof. T. S. Williams and The music is in Mrs. Joe Roetner. charge of Mrs. William Lennon, the teachers and young society people of the town taking part. The arrangements for the institute are perfect and the. daily programs will be very profitable to the teachers. The hotels, private boarding houses and homes are entertaining the teachers delightfully. A large crowd heard the Suffrage address by Mrs. Woman's Weaver, and the following evenings will be spent in social gatherings. Miss Mary Ogilvie lectures on health, and has steriopticon views of tuberculosis prevention in the schools, furnished by the schools of Louisville. The chief of the fire department just after returning from n fire run Saturday afternoon assembled the entire fire department and told the men the schedule would be arranged so they could QO TO CHURCH. The superintendent of public instruction assembled nil the teachers and asked them to GO TO SOME CHURCH. Ho also instructed them to tell their pupils to GO TO CHURCH. THE RETAIL MERCHANTS ENTERED THE SPIRIT OF THE THING. THEY INVITED THEIR PATRONS TO ATTEND SERVICES. WHEN A WOMAN WENT TO A STORE TO MAKE A PURCHASE THE GROCER WOULD ASK HER IF SHE WOULD BE IN NEXT DAY, OR HE WOULD SAY PLEASANTLY, "WILL IN CHURCH TOMORROW?" THE DELIVERY BOYS INVITATIONS. ALSO EXTENDED CHURCH "SEE YOU IN CHURCH TOMORROW!" WAS HEARD IN MORE HOMES IN EAST 8T. LOUIS THAN EVER BEFORE. THE STREET CAR COMPANIES CARRIED SIGNS GRATIS ADVERTISING THE MOVEMENT. CHURCH I 8EE YOU That's how East St. Louis did it. Other cities and towns are planning the same kind of a campaign. GO TO CHURCH L COUNTRY FAIR PLANS Will MISSJRIGSBY Speak at the Presbyterian Church at the District Sunday School Convention Next battle line extends from the Vistula ARE BEING PERFECTED river to tho Briester river, more than 100 miles. The Russians have penetrated more than twenty miles into Meeting Held at Irvington Sat Austrian territory. Servian troops entering (name urday to Pass Resolutions of of town deleted by censor) found half the town had been pillaged by the AusAppreciation of the People, trlans. In two of the main streets every house had been looted and some Press and Railroads. of them burned. In one house twenty girls were found dead. Sixty Servian prisoners are said to have been ex- FAIR SEPTEMBER 25 AND 26. ecuted. Delicious Fruit. D. E. Chapin treated the Breckenridge News to a large bag of lucious peaches last week. This makes the second treat as Cha. Smart brought in the first peaches given the editor this year. Thanks to Mr. Chapin and Mr. Smart for sharing their fine fruit with those who have only one "peachtree in their back yard. Irvington, Ky., Aug. 31. (Special.) The Corn, Clover and Stock Club met at Irvington Saturday to perfect plans for their Country Fair to be held the last of this month. Resolutions were adopted as follows: This being the first meeting since the community picnic and the one preceding the Country Fair, the following was unanimously adopted: First: That we appreciate the interest taken by our friends from a distance in ever Francis L. Grigsby, State er of the Kentucky Sunday School As. sociation, will give a Bible Story next Sunday morning at the Presbyterian in the afterchurcn. At the convt-ntionoon she will deliver the address, "On ward Together." W. D. Smith, county president of the association, will bring a message for Sunday School people. A large attendance Is expected from all the schools in this district. Miss Work- Attractions at Lakeside Rest Near Irvington. The Rev. J. T. Lewis and C. M. of Irvington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury at their home, "Lakeside Rest," during the Kuptlst Association. Mr. McGlothlan says everything on the place is thor oughbred including the horses, cattle, mules, hogs, dogs, poultry. It was a sight to see the twenty little Collie dogs at play. Their mother is a wonder and will run any errand her master commands. She will go to the field and bring cow, horse or mule, which ever Mr, Drury sends after by giving her the name. Mr. Drury is a most suc cessful, stock muu, and "Lakeside Rest" has been made one of the uttractlve places of the county by him and Mrs. Drury. Get Your Coal in Now. J. S. DeJarnette and Ben Carter, of Hawesville, have purchased 10,000 bushels ot lump coal from Thos. Railey at Hawesville. For your winter coal see or write J. S. DeJarnette or Ben Carter at once, Hawesville, Ky. Price H)i cents. the country's uplift; that the stranger is welcome within our gates; that we The Junior Division of the Woman's think a friend is a business asset, and Missionary Society will meet Friday something to be cherished forever. afternoon at the Methodist church. Second: We hope to impart to others Julii.s Hardin will lead and all the chil- the feeling that animates us in this work dren are cordially invited. and hope every one may live to feel that they have done .something that is appreDowell-BurnetWedding. ciated not measured in dollars and A prettv wedding of last Wednesday cents. Therefore be it Resolved, That the press, backed by e evening was that of Miss Maggie and Mr. Claud Dowell, which brains, can do and does more than any took place in the Methodist church at one agency for rural uplift. That railVanzant, neur the bride's home. The roads are links in the chain that congroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. nects men for their mutual good. That Dowell, near Hardinsburg, and Is an the business muu and farmer have com industrious young man. The bride is mon ground 011 which to meet; and furthe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. ther, that Irvington is the ideal place Uurnette, of Vanzant, and is an at- for the Country Fair, September After appointing Flake Ater, Ginger tractive young lady. Rev. Felix Roberts performed the ceremony witnessed Bandy, I'M Shcllmau, David Heron, world. Pius Fackler, George Lyddau and The British admiralty reports that by a number of friends and relatives Worlaud Carter a committee to arrange light off Heligoland had for of the bride and groom. Mr, and Mrs. tho naval its object a sweeping move of a atrons Dowell have a host of frinnds who wish details for the Country Fair, the meet ing adjourned. Signed: force of destroyers to cut off tho Ger- them a long und happy married life J. 11. Gibson, President. man light craft from their home base 11. W. Carter, Secretary, and then engage them at leisure In Birthday Dinner. the open sea. Only two of the German The Corn, Clover and Stock Club, Irv destroyers were observed to sink, but ington, Ky. One of tjie most pleasant events of most of the eighteen to twenty vessels engaged were rounded up, attacked the season, was the birthday dinner Announcement. and well punished. They saved them- given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison, selves by scattered flight. The British at their home in Wall street, last Sat report their loss nt flfty-nlnmen and urnay evening at six o'clock, in honor Mrs. Francis H. Sawyer announces the loss of the Germans at S00. of their son Homer Morrison's twenty the recent marriage of her granddaughThe Eastern Battle Lines. first anniversary. The Invited guests ter, Mrs. Lillian Moredock Richard, German troops have been forced to were: Mrs. Wm. Bouther and son, and son to Mr. George T. Goodrich, of Abandon the Vistula river nt several Miss Ruth Morrison, of Lewisport, Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Goodpoints and are being diverted back Misses Bertha Perkins, Bessie Arnold, rich will be at home in Denver, Colo., rapidly all along tho lino of this rlvor, Anna Edmondson, Lucy Hall. Messrs where he is a n business which Is of great strategic Importance. Emmett Edmondson, Wallace Lewis man. two widely sepa- Addis Kramer, John Hall, Bernard Battle lines cover rated regions, tho northern Russian and Homer Morrison, Carl and Robert Herbert Beatty Dead. army-- engaging me uunuans souin oi Koenlgsburg, tlio stoge of which has Bntian, Willie Wroe. been begun, and the .southern force Herbert Reatty, son of Mr. and Mrs. For Sale. assailing tho Austrjans uear Lemberg, Geo. Beatty, of Free, this county, aged Gallclu. In a fight with the Austrian 21, died in Arkansas of tuberculosis and Eight ten hoop solid oak Austrlnns, tho Russians achieved vic Brand new, used ouly three malaria fever, The remains were barrels. tory, ldlllnfe 3.000 Austrlans and can- turliiu mnnv tirl'nnors. Disnatcnes days for water barrels. They cost ?4 brough' to the home of his parents Sateach, will sell for f$ each. Ideal syrup urday and buried in the family burying M, II, Hatcher, ground Sunday morning, Hancock barrels, on tne Hardinsburg, Ky. Clarion. frontier. The Julius Hardin Leads. Committee. The meeting then adjourned to meet t 8::i0 Thursday morning. The twelfth annual session of the Where the Visitors Found Homes. Breckenridge Baptist Association met Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury entertained with the Bewleyville church WednesRev. J. T. Lewis and T. N. McGloth-laday and Thursday. A large attendance, good preaching and tine reports Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carman enterwere true of both days, notwithstanding tained Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Gregory, it rained Thursday. All tlv; business of Garfield; Mr. and Mrs. Milt Craig and the association was accurately trans- Mr Brite, Vanzant; Mrs. Waller Wilson acted and social and religious pleasures and Miss Wright, McQuady; John Stln were included in the two days meeting. nett and granddaughter, Mabel n. The next session will be held at AmMr. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson enternions in August U)t5. The churches regresented were as follows: tained Wm. Bowman and Mr. Finley. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kasey entertained Messengers Present. Rev. J. L. DeHart and T. S. Carman. Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Triplett enterFriendship R. S. Fate, Arch Weath erford. tained Henry Gibson, M. Simmons and Walnut Grove H. H. Keys, M, D, II. H. Keys. Simmons, C. L. Avltt, J. F. Gibson, H Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bandy entertained Roy Neafus and Broadus Neafus. T. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Payne enterCloverport Rev. E. O. Cottrell, Lee Woods. tained Miss Ditto, Miss Angie Gibson, Hites Run J. H. Blythe, Simon Mrs. William Jolly and daughter, Mary Logan, Rev. Russell Walker, Rev. H. Smart, J. S. Smith. Irvington T. N. McGlothlan, W. H. S English. Gibson, J. B. Herndon, H. E. Minter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gross entertained Q. O. Bailey. C. H. Beard and John H. Blythe. English W. H. Curl, Elbert Dutsch Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Payne enterke. tained Lee Woods 'and . H. Barclay. Goshen Isaac Owen, W. C. MoorMr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson enterman, Alex Harper, Ollie Bishop. tained Isaac T. Owen. Garfield M. P. Compton, Thos. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Miller entertained Gregory, T. S. Carman. Alex Harper, Thos. Miller and Roy Corinth Rev. J. L DeHart, Rev. Shumate. Rui.sel Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Stith entertained Stephensport Rev. H. S. English, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Moorman and Miss G. M. Bandy, Amos Whltworth. Reba Frank. New Bethel Not represented. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Compton enterHardinsburg J. D. Finley, Wm. tained Rev. W. W. Stout and Mrs. Bowman, Noah Finley, .Virgil Finley, Stout, Rev. Holliway atd Mrf. Holll-waC. W. Moorman. Uoekport, lad.; Amos Whitworth, Black Lick Thos. H. Moorman, Milt Stephensport. Craig, Joe Brite. Mr. and Mis. J.iha Compton enterBewleyville Gilbert Kasey, Joe Ban- tained Simon Smart and James dy, Chas. Gross, Richard Carman, H. Albright. Mr and Mrs. Wade Drury entertained Permanent Organization. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moorman, Mrs. R. Rev. H. S. English, moderator; M. B. McGlothlan and Mrs. Jue Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Triplett enterP. Compton, assistant; W.C.Moorman, tained Miss Pearl Belle Mattingly, of clerk. The choir then sang, ''Will Jesus Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson enterFind Us Watching " tained Rev. E. O. Cottrell, Cloverport. Prayer by Rev. Stout. Introductory sermon was preached by Hardinsburg Schools. Rev. Walker. The following visiting brethren were present and recognized: D. J Maddox, Hardinsburg, Sept. 1. (Special. ) Old Ministers Aid; Rev. Taylor, editor The Hardinsburg Graded Common News and Truths. School and the Ilreckenridge County Rev. Bruner reported on Old Minis- High School opens Monday, September ters' Aid. 7. Prof. T. S. Williams, the principal, On motion it was agreed to have the is here conducting the Ilreckenridge messengers to bring the matter of a County Institute this week, and all the collection for Old Ministers' Aid before other teachers will arrive this week. The the churches. The following messen outlook is for a splendid school. AMM0NS NEXT. n. Cat-may, te Bur-nelt- irw '"rwrpvp jpvw I McOuadv M illing Co. m h Sells for CASH ONLY Patent F'lour, per barrel Per 24 pound sack Golden Grain, per barrel .'. Per 24 pound sack Bolted Corn Meal, per bushel Per sack Shipstuff in 400 lb. lots or more, per ton Shipstuff in single Hundreds, per ewt '. . 'J5-2- Curioiity. 'Top, did you say a little bird told fan I was naughty?" . e "Yes, my son." 'Top, wits It a llttlo bird with a II ?" Bui tlmoro A merlon a. toll-(- a $5.20 65c $4.80 60c $1.06 53c $30.00 $1.55 House Burnes At McDaniels. Wo prepay freight on nil shipments exceeding 400 lbs., in weight to nil stations on tho Henderson Route and on tho M., II. well-know- Attstro-Kussia- Last Thursday morning at four o'clock the large dwelling house of Mr. Frank Rhodes was completely destraved bv fire, which thev suimose- ed started in a dresser drawer where they had put some fresh ironed clothes earlv that evenintr. Nothtnz was saved only some bed clothing, The dwelling was a few feet from his store winch was hard work to save but painting and roofing on one side was only dam aged. Mr Rhodes has for several years has beer, a hustling merchant with Rhodes Storm sy Co, we regret to hear of hi loss. E., railroads. Prices Good for Ten Days Beginning Sept. 1st. & Kindly let us havo your order for 400 pounds or raoro. Write ui for particulars. JSrWhen ordering do not forget that tho CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE OHDEH. THE MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. McQuady Milling Co. McQuady, Ky. SPIES SWARM UNITEDJTATES Particularly Numerous Large Cities. In Six ALLIES REFUSED MOMENT'S BEST Germans Relentlessly Poshing Them Back. For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedder and other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay or straw. Mc-Cormack k WASHINGTON HARBORS MANY An GRAPHIC PICTURE OF WAR Coma From Germany, Japan, Runia, Franco, England and Auitria Keep Watch to Sea Wo Observe Neutrality Laws Seek Destination of Exports and Public Sentiment In America. "Some of tlii; clovi'iVHt siples lu all this world nro now In tin- - United States. They come here from Russia, Germany, I'miico, .Inputs. Ihifd'ind uud Austria. They are particularly numerous In Suw York. IMillailflpliia. Washington. Boston. .New Orleans and San Kranelseo." Tills statelniei'.t was made to tilts I'lill.iilelpliia 1'ross liy a man lilh In the United Suites navy, whose reeoulz-cknowledge has liy the navy department "I have upon my ship." the speaker said, "two spies who are known to me. One Is a JapancM-- ; the oilier Is a Frenchman. I know they nie spies, hut they don't know that I know It Apparently they are allowed the freedom or the ship, hut their every move-snoon hoard and ashore Is watched. "WaHhinjUon Is overrun with spies. Much of the limitation for and apilust the proposed $KMXXMHM( Investment lu foreign ships Is hehiK puslied ixhmn by I.epiesentatlves tliese secret itjuMit.s. of Cermaiiy and Austria are working to create sentiment for the purchase of the ships, and the Kreiich, KiikIIsIi and Itussian spies are working against It. Many of Them Aro Women. "So numerous are these splits that you may meet one or more In any walk you may take up and down ChestA considernut street, Philadelphia. able number of women, most of them young and attractive, aie among these, secret agents. "These spies are everywhere, and their woik Is manifold. Their duty Is to team the destination of every shipment that goes outside of the I lilted States. They are scantling esie-inllclosely the shipments Into .Mexico and Canada. .More closely they are watching the shipment of sugar, which substance Is being uwsl In t lie uiaiisifae-tur- e high explosives. of the lu-made by "Secret repirts are these men and women to the bureaus In Heilln. London. Tokyo. St. Peters-h- a lit. Vienna and Paris concerning the attitude of American public men. and the plain citizens upon various phases of the war. Early Diddera For Fold Supplies. ".Many of these spies succeeded hi making many advantageous arrangements for their governments the day before and on (he day war was deI clared. know of a number of Instances where men who sell foodstuffs were called out of bed late at night uud asked If they could supply large ipianlitles of provisions. "One man told me he had been asked by the representative of one of tins governments whether be could furnish n large supply of bacon lie replied In the allirmative and was told to have oO.O'JO pounds ready in six hours This was done, and the bacon was shipped in two special cars to Canada, whence I was told It had been reshipped to a country now lu the war zone." The iiliicer also said a large number of the spies were here to watch the United Mutes tmil to tli.it tie- neutrality laws were not violated He said It was surprising how many of these muss were to be found at points where shipments would naturally be made from his coimli.v to a Murope-ipower and added that there was no doubt that the flist rale step made liy thl.i country or any of Its citizens would he reported abroad at once. Inter-tiatlonstews-puperx M-- ErijMjh Correspondent Who Has Seen the Armies of the AIHe Beaten Back by the Resistless and Overwhelming Rush of the Kaiser's Troops Invading France, Tells Britons That More Men Are Needed. P. M. BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. London. Aeg. SI. The Times prints a Ion? story from Its special correspondent af AmlPii regarding the or the situation In northern France. "Wo lmvo to count tho losses, take stork of the situation and set our teeth," says the correspondent, who "Along the Sanshrn and In the nsigle of the Satnhro and the Moiiao the Trench, after days of long, gallant fighting, broke. N'amur fell and (loner-a- l Joffre was forced to order a retreat along the whole line. The (tensions, lulllllliig tho ono host of all the precepts of war, never gave tho retreating allies a single moment's rest. The pursuit was linmediatn, relentless, unresting. Aeroplanes, Zeppelins, armored snotor cars, cavalry, wore loosed like arrows from a how and served Immediately to harass the retiring and also to keep the Oerssian staff fully Informed of tho movements of the alli-- s. 'The British foil hack through naval, on the front between Valenciennes and Mait'ieuge, then through I.e Qncv ney, where there was desperate lighting, soiith?."ards. Continually the regiments were grievously injured and the broken army fought Its way desperately. At many a stand It was forced backward, over backward, by the sheer, unconquerable snass and numbers of an enemy prepared to throw away MHr three or four snen for tho life of every Hritlsher. Discipline Is Maintained. were great and I have "Our seen the broken hits of many lust b t me repeat there Is no failure of discipline, no panic, no throwing up of the apniue. Every asid nerves do not temper Is of men, a dozen more show. A eio-ior less, arrive under the command (of v!ii)tiiso-ve- r is entiled to command. The nsn. battered with marching, oeght to he weak with hunger, for no comssilssarlit can cope with such a case, hut t'1 are steady anil cheerful and wherever they arrive they make straight for 'the proper authority to rope . a:id ti aeek news of their regiment. "Atipar-n.- !every division has been la action Srr1 lost nearly all their were broken to officer. P.fn-ent- s bits, h. :h good discipline and the t nne sv t the fragsnenU together. One thing is clear the colossi! character of the German loase-sAt first I was skeptical of tnese: no.v t am convinced. It also U clear that although the French staff knew that the eastern frontier had beets so perfected as to fores German'.- to turn the Hank to spot, and although they find a ci.so knew that not for nothing did Gorssiatsy antagonize Kimland assd outrage international opinion by vIo!at:n-- ' the neutrality of llelglum. nevertheer Irettlsnate'l the force o' less through Helglusu. Ai: Use German o' the number of German io:,)-- . in Belgium need revising, asirt behind th screen of ;n!uVi are fur fewer tisan h n else. ptrha;H. 'if'n ''.ii'M n.t have had to be res!-snent.' Ve-iAhace-Lorrain.v.p-iwil, Mue-i.aiMi WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky. 1'llUlU 1TL-SLO 1 continue: .IBoUlli.liOli , For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. French Sailors at Rifle Practice r are ri'gardctl as nsnong the best The sailors on the French mark.snicii In the world. While others of the powers have been adding to the numerical strength of their navies the French have been developing the greatest ellleleiiey in marksmanship ssot osily with their cannon, but with Miles Lu case of laud bcrvlcw. siien-of-wa- Fine Farm For Sale mm T LIFE INSURANCE GO'S, Conrad Hivlss returned to Indianapolis They Are Closely Observing Monday.. visMaurice H)de, of ValporaUo, is Public Health Conditions iting homefolks. Xellie, the little daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Polk, is very ill of An examining physician for one of the pneumonia. prominent Life Insurance Companies, Mrs. Jidward Davis, of Louisville, is in an interview on the subject, made visiting her mother, Mrs. Wns. Tinsley. the astonishing statesssent that one Miss Kada I'arrish visited at the reason why so many applicants for inheme of her brother, Dr. E, H. Parrish, surance are rejected Is because kidney trouble is so common to the American last week. Polk' nr.d wife, of Ft. Wayne, people, and the large majority of those Chester whose applications are declined do not are visiting his pirents, Mr. and Mrs. even suspept that tisty have the disease. Gtaham I'olk. According to this it would si em that Misses Esther Pay as and Grace Tru- a sssedicine for the kidneys, possessing man Wright were guests of Miss Ltona real healing sved curative properties, Suddarth last week. would be a blessing to thousands. Miss Karia Parri.sh, accompanied by Dr. Kilmer & Co , Binghampton, N. Mifs-eMaurine Whiteliead, Alsna and V., who prepare Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Uutti Wheeler and Xeta Willis and the well known kidney, liver and Messrs. Hert Wlieeler and Ralph bladder ressiedy, claim that judging Whiteheao, uf Home, attended the from evidence received from druggiits Hardinsburg fair. every whese, who are constantly in Prof. Clyde Suddarth left the latter touch with their customers, and also inpart of the week for South Dakota disputable proof in the forsa of grateful where he will teach school the coming testimonial letters from thousands of winter. He went bv way of Cincinnati, reliable citizens, this preparation is successful in sickness caused where he visited Miss Nellie Booth for by kidney and bladder troubles. Every n few dayy. On account of not being able to properly attend to farm, situated on Kouih Creek, in Ohio count', about miles from Dundee, Ky., on the M., II. & E. R. R. and the same distance from Narrows, Ky., on the I. C. R'. R., I have decided to sell same, consistinc; of about 1!)0 acres. Will sell as a whole or divide it into two The greater part or three parts and sell separately. of the farm is Rough creek second bottom land, which doe.- - not overllow. Have large barn, good orchard and good, inexhaustable well of water. This is an opportunity to buy a good farm at a reduced price. For further particulars call on or address li W. H. MOORE, Narrows, Ky. LOUISVILLE, KY. i rv I September An 'nexhaustible Arrr-y- . Ttju ran cotntnaudors In the j:: :e men as If there un an north incxhaastl'ile supply. Of the bravery of the ti'en ir u unnecessary to apeak. a-- t Birthday Thev Gifts in Sapphire Settings Beautiful Sapphire Rings Exquisite Sapphire Pins Hat Pins, Tie Clasps, Watch Charms Those dear little Friendship Circles the newest things for gifts to friends. Anything you want, have or will order it for you. 1 . T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER slight!, expended as to be almost jn cl'js't ordr with little regard for cover. KiM'.siisg forward, aoois their o'vn astlllery 's opened behind them on oiti Our artillery snows r noslt'on lar.e-- , through the center of sect!r;j 30 frequently that nothing Is lett Inst Its outsldes, hut no sooner Is this done thass more snen double up, rtnhlng over tho heaps of dead, and remake the section. So great was the superiority of numbers that they could no rcoro be stopped than the waves of the sea. Their hv tem of scouting by aeroplanes, Zeppelins, suotors carrying machine guns and cavalry, assd tho e trense mobility of their forces are elements of their prosent success." Summing sip, the correspondent concludes: "The first groat Gorman effort has succeeded. The evpedltlciiJ! Ins won imperishable glory, put need snen, snore snoss. The Invests, nt of Paris cassssot bo banished fresh the Hold of possibility. Whether th chief of the German staff, after cou. lug liis losses, wilt find enough left to attempt a further assault wh hope of 8iic;e?8 Is more doubtful V arttsv has snade a colossal effort with extraordinary apeed. It is that its limit Isati been reached." tl-u-: iios.--il.i- advuoe its deep sectioiss, Hardinsburg, Kentucky Aunt Mnrv Pnrtir illi! nl lipr heme near Coustantine, August 123, was ourseu ai iiousb vauey inunuay. Mrs. Will Sutton, who has been con- fini-iin her hell for knmu tlnli- - ilti-r- l Wednesday and was buried at Gtsod Hope Thursday, Karl Kasev has returned to his work In dofend:m u nogro prisoner clsar at St. Matthew. el wit's ai'etnpted murder, whom n Julius Dutschkc assd daughter, Mrs. II, C. H. Pavne. of Ilewlevville. was in T.ob attvmi ted to Uko from the Jail at F. Shelman, of Holt, passed through town Thursday. Pari., ''v tho jailer shot and klllel our towss Saturday ess route to Chenault. John- Tucker, of HIeh Plains, snent Kuiea "u'iston. a promlnoitt citizen. Mrs. Dan Allen, afier spending the Tuesday with Gilbert Piles, so Lay. Mr. assd Mrs. T. G. Cossssor and chil dren have returned to Canton, O. Miss Edith l'arrish, of Tobiusport, was the guest of her brother, Dr. II. II. Parrish, last week. Misses Esther Payne and Grace T. Wright visited Misses Lcotia Suddarth and Editls Parrish iss Tobisisport last week. Miss Elsie Ilickersou, after spending the summer with her father, W. II. Ilickersou, of Chenault, and her sister, Mrs. Jas. M. Shellusass, returns to Louisville this week. Huber McMillcu, of Evansvslle, was its towss last week visiting his Mrs, Wns. McMilless. For school supplies call at R. A. Shellsuau's. Tablets, slates, crayons, lead and slate pencils, examination tablets, ink, erasers, etc. Mrs. E. A. Smith, R. Dowell, Rev. II. S. English, Geo. llarkly and Asnos Whitworth attcssded the Hrcckenridge Association at Ilewleyville. Mrs. Sadie Pulliis and little daughter, Nannie Lee, spent several days iss jjrassd-mother, interesting statement they receive're-gardinSwamp-Roo- t is investigated, and no testimonial is published unless the party who sends it is reported of good character. They have on file sssany sworn statements of recoveries in the most distressing i ases. Thev state Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Davs that Dr. Kilmer's Swasnp-Roo- t is snild lour uruKKisi will rciuiiu money 11 rAl.u OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching. and gentle in its action and its healing uiiuu,uicTuiDK ur i rotmuiDK 1 ucsiuoiu intiueuce is soon noticed in most cases. The first application elves Ease and RaaU 30c, Swamp-Roo- t is purely ass nerbal cosnpound and Dr. Kilmer & Co. advise all readers who feel in sieed of such a T. remedy to give it a trial. It is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes COj and $1. However, if you wish K. II. Ilcnuett was in Louisville Sat- first to test this great preparation send urday. n, ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. V., for a sample bottle. Prof. Rov T. McCoy, of Union Star, When writing be sure and mention the was iss town Saturday. L. K. Sills lsas returned to New York. llreckenridge News. Mrs. E. A. Maine left Saturday for summer with relatives at Amnions, has her home in Lakeland, Fla. house. J. H. Lay, of New Albany, Ind., spent returned J. R. Miller, who has been seriously several dajs with his mother, Mrs. II. raembers of the Woman's Economic Club nset with Mrs, Wsn Tinsley Thursday. Flojd Whitehouse, of Cloverport, visited Miss Mae Leaf Sunday. The g Victoria Hotel! Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 . European Bath $1.50 Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers Bing-hamto- HUGHES' CHILL TONIC EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calosssel and Quinine. (Contains Mo Arsenic?) THE OLD RELIABLE . ill witli typhoid fever, is improving. Misses Cecil Dix and Lelia Hawkins As well as a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Rilious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC Gurulaid. Tn It. Om't tiki liy labitXiiti. At Oranliti. 50c ill JI M littlit. PREPARED BY ROB1NSON-PETTET are attending the Teachers' Institute at Hardisssburg this week. Airs. Harry Ilammaii atsdsoss, Robert, returned to Cloverport Sunday after a visit to her sister, Mrs. P. I). Hawkins. John R. Hyde, of Caniielton, lsas been the guest of his daughter, Mrs, Wsss. Gilbert. Misses I i rook and Nannie Hall, of Union Star, ssiesst Sunday with their ausit, Mrs. R. A Smith. Sam II. Dix lsas snade quite ass im provement on the Masossic hall iss the way of building a new stairway assd u reception room. Rov Gregory, of Louisville, spent Sun day here the guest of his aunt, Mrs, J. G. McCoy. COMPANY. KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY STATE FAlft SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harnei Stake Student' Judging Contett $1,000 Roaditer Stake Farmer Boy' Encampm TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY CUSTER NEWS. Fine Exhibit of Hone, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY "BATTLE OF MEXICO" ForOuIogu. nd Eatnr Hub AMnm . Reduced Railroad Rates J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. 2i Th render of this paper will bo pleased to lenrn Hint Micro li at least ono jlrendr-dlscano Hint rclenco hag been nll) to euro In nil Itx stnRrH, nml Hint li Is Hull's famrrli There are bridges to cross and the way Calorrh. cure now knouii euro the the only to mistical positive Is long, frnternlty. Cntnrrli bolnir n nnislllutloiml But a pUrpmo in life will make you disease. renum-h constitutional treat ment. Hall's Cntnrrli Our Is tnken strong; uctlnir tlmilv upon t lie Mood Keep e'er on your Hps n cheerful song; nml mucous Riirfmvs of thf Fyslem, there-b- y Look op, look ut ! ileslrnylne tlie fnniKUtlnn of Hie . " 1(1. C nml giving Hip patient MreriRtli by hullmnw up tlw constitution nmt arslstlnij nature In dolnu Its worn. The proprietors have o much fnlth In Its cuintlvn powoner Mrs. Edward E. Richard?, of New ers Hint they Hint One Hundred Dollars for nny cne It fnlls to cure. Spnd Haven, Conn ; Mrs. A. W. Lewis, of for list of testimonial. CO, Tolnlo, O. Addrmt: F. J CIIKNUT Shelton, O., after a visit to Miss Llnnie Sold by nil lrusclt. 16c Take Hall's Family 1111 for conttlpallon. Haswell and other relatives, left Fri- $100 Reward, $100 HILL ITEMS Do your best what'ere It may be; your best without complaining. There's lots of good In this old world, The Min (.till shines though It be raining. Do THE OLD RELIABLE .1 T rtls-on- p Do your best If your task teem hard, Some other man's is just us trying; If you did his, nnd he did yours, You might have some room forfretful Breckinridge Bcink Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong sighing. day for Ohio, and from there to New York for visits before returning home. Mrs. John D. Shaw and Miss Meda Ditto attended the Hreckenrldge Association at Bewleyville last week Prof. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Williams and children arrived last Friday from Augusta. They will be at the Commercial Hotel until their household goods arrive. Mrs. Wilson, of Kcoxville, Tenn., and Miss Lillian Petty, of Huntsvllte, Ala , have returned to their homes 'aftera visit to their uncle, J. W. Guth- tc.ieli in the gmded tchool, This is Miss Ditto's third term there. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heard were shocked Saturday when 'n message came saying that Mrs. Benrd had onlv " few days to live. She operation for tumor in the the spring. Mrs. Jim Smith and children, of Glen Dean, were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Belle Smith. Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Elisabeth-towU visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Rhodes. rie. Marvin D. Beard has returned from Miss Ruth Chambliss, of Mook, is the Cincinnati and Chicago where he has guest of her mother this week. Miss Llnnie Haswell will leave this been to purchase the fall stock of goods week for Caruthersville, Mo., where for B. F. Beard & Co. she will take charge of her music class. Chamberlain's Liniment. Miss Haswell has been teaching there a If you are ever troubled with aches, Dumber of years. pains or soreness of the muscles, you Miss Mary Franklin Heard, of will study at the Cincinnati will appreciate the good qualities of Many sufCollege of Music and not at the Con- Chamberlain's Liniment. servatory, under Signor Albino Govno. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica Miss Beard Is a gifted musician and has have used it with the best results. It already accomplished much in piano is especially valuable for lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. work. Miss Angle Gibson, of Irvington; Misses Dora and Ollie Waggoner, of SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION. Hites Run, were the guests last week More Liable to Generate In Powdered of Misses Nola and Nancy Payne. Than In Solid Substance. Mrs. Motile Cobb and daughter, Miss Nellie Cobb, have returned to their Is The scientific phrase for combustion oxidation, or the combining of some home in East St. Louis after a visit to substance with the oxygen of the nlr. Mrs. Ed Dillon. Borne substances have greater nlllnlty Misses Kathleen Hoben and Maud for oxygen than others, nnd whenever Smith have gone to St. Louis for a visit the combustion reaches a certain point of rapidity Ore results. p Mrs. Bernard Rhodes. Anything that Increases the facility Willie Seaton and Miss Cblora Mae of combination with oxygen Increases Seaton have returned .o their home in the danger of spontaneous combustion Cloverport alter a visit to their cousin, or explosion, and for that reason n substance Is more dangerous when pulByron DeJarnette. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Houston spent verized than when solid, because the separated particles of matter ure last Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and , brought more directly In contact with Mrs. Samuel T. DeJarnette. ' the oxygen of the air. There Is no Mrs. Liirkin Gibson, of Cloverport, danger of spontaneous combustion or arrived last Friday for a two weeks explosion In u mass of ungrotiiid wheat, visit to her mother, Mrs. Susan Squires. but mills have been destroyed by explosions of Hour dust. Miss Lucile Squires has returned Fixed oils absorb oxygen and give from Cloverport where she spent the out carbon nnd hydrogen, causing a summer with her aunt, Mrs. Larkin rise of temperature that may reach the burning point, as lias often occurred In Gibson. Mjr. and Mrs. Amos Board and Mrs. heaps of rags, tow, sawdust and slml' ot lar bodies soaked with oil, paint, var Susan Squires have been the guests nish, turpentine and sometimes grease. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Henderson at Web ISitumliioiiH coal Is liable to spontanester, ous couiliuMluii when moistened with eibsrt Hook has typhoid fever at water, and the coal dust In mines is .Moihome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs a common cntioc of explosions. sture aids spontaneous combustion In Hook. John piles of damp hay or freshly mown Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkisson and grass, and barns have been burned Carroll, were Mr. and Mrs. from that cause. Philadelphia Press. son, Charles S. T. Dejarnette's visitors last Wedn, g, Mr. and Mrs. Wick Dellavcn will go to Louisville this week where they contemplate making their home. Mr. has always lived here and Is held in the highest regard. They have a host of friends who regret to have '.hem go. Joi Mullen is building two cottage's, one of them to be occupied by Harlan Dunn and mother. Kennedy Black and Mrs. Hlack were visitors at Mr. and Mrs John Jennings' last Sunday. Mrs. Joe Carman and children, of Louisville, nre visiting relatives here this week. M'ss Mildred Melton, of New Albany, Ind., is here with her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman. Melton. Mrs. George Taul spent two days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. When in Need of Anything Come to us H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone IS. Urfltlrncc ihcllman Hume Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office i Over Farmers Bank Reme Pate. After spending four weeks of her va cation with her mother and sister Miss Jane Hambleton has returned to her Stephensport, is spending a short time with her granddaughter, Mrs. Jerry Noble Will Tabeling, who was disappointed in going abroad, after speeding two months visiting relatives and friends here and in the country, returned to his home at Wichita, Kas., Monday. Will Morton has been confined to hishome with rheumatism, and is quite ill at this writing. Miss Nellie Noble, of Valley Station, Is visiting her brother, Jerry Noble. Mrs. F. H. Gentry and two children, from near Falls of Rough, visited her sister, Mrs. G. F. Storms, till Saturday. Mrs. Cliff McClanahan and children will return home to St. Louis today after spending about three weeks with relatives here. Addis Kramer and Wilbur Chapin have gone to the Tar Springs for a two weeks outing. from-Tuesda- (GET THE WAR NEWS! S? ' home In Louisville. Mrs. Hanks, of 'i V t .1 commnanon mat will keep you posted every day with the war news right from the front. IT nere is a ... HERE IT IS! THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST Daily from now until January HOME AND FARM TO 1, 1915 JANUARY 1, 1915 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS to January SIXTEEN 1, 1915 PAGE WAR ATLAS ALL FOR $3.00 ONLY . Get in the push right now while the war news is interesting. Send suhscription to nesday, Cheapest accident insurance Dr. Dr. Floyd Gilliatt and Mrs. Gilliatt Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For turns, are at home from a month's visit to r.calds, cuts and emergencies. All their parents in Plainsville, Ind. While druggists sell it. -- c and 50c. gone Dr. Gilliatt purchased a new automobile. Sensitive. Mistres- s- Why.'Mnr.v. isn't this your Mrs. Vera Jarboe and daughters, Misses Agn;s and Lucile Jarboe, spent Sunday afternoon out? Aren't yon for a walk this lovely day? Mary last week In the country with Mr. and Please, ma'am. I'd rather stay In. Mrs. Wl Jarbie. You see most of the people out on n Miss Rosa Lou Ditto will leave this Sunday Is couples, and I don't like to London Punch. week for Horse Cave where she will be conspicuous. go-In- g Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I advised the 'boys' when they en listed for the Spanish war to take a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy with them, and have re- A SUMMER FROCK DANSANT. ceived many thanks for the advice given," writes J. H. Houghland, Uldon, Even when the summer lays grow Iowa. "No person whether traveling warm the craze fur dancing Is not to or at home should be without this great subside, say tin prophets of style A fulllll all the dance frock like this remedy." For sale by all dealers. requirements. A simple under part of blue tango crape makes n cool foundaThe Deciding Voice. tion, while the lilotise utid tunic of Dair-rhoe- thf RRFnrainfiF IIU UIIUUIILIIIIIUUL nfuiq ni (iiprphpt ItLIIUf ULUBLIU Ull I iyv ; Hit In a bt'.slnc-- s men's club in a west ern town tl.e-- e spr.mg up two factious, one which criticised the steward because he did not provide the members with good- iiwils and one which de- vr- r f'.'t idiuoti mm nouy. 'lhe dispute got fiercer and llercer. Half the club wanted to lire the steward at once. The other half said he was elllclciit. Then without warning the steward himself decided the momentous question. One day at lunch time a member of the club asked the waiter: tulle and lace give the note of sheer-nes- s that Is needed for the tango gown Yellow roses outline the tunic. TANGO WANTED 100 Stock Hogs weighing from 75 to 100 lbs. r PETTICOATS. A "Where's the steward'" "He ain't here," replied the waiter. ITh said be was going down the street to get something good to eat" Popular Magazine. A Hand embroidered n:iliiooU limine Ing makes handsome petticoats, with lace Inserts A sill; model ut a petti coat has a full length gusset of silk Jersey at every seam, which gives with the wearer's movements, nnd yet the garment clings closely to the figure Tango petticoats are of the tine crepe de chine, with it side plaited rultle of chiffon beaded with tiny flat roses. each. me. fj m Write or phone T""i A. T. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. T SHERIFF'S SALE. PHILIPPINE Their Coast Line ISLANDS. That iTjiirii i Postal Brings laze Hver leads to chronic dyspep the sia and constipation, weakens whole system. Doan's Regulets (2.1c per box) act mildly on tne nver anu bowels. At all drug stores. A Progressive Monarch. Alfred the (ireat of Knglaiid has few equals In history, for he was lit mlvMTii'i. uf lils limes In everything Horn In Wantage. In Iterkshlre. In SP.). he drove the Danes out of the eastern part of Knglaiid. s6 after ridding his country of thu foreigner he .! Miiisi'lf In IIim mlviiiieiMiipiit of learning. After thirty years of wise rule Alfred died In ItUl A. D. OCCII-itt. This Book ( . free it tells haw you can have local and long distance telephone ser- vice in your home at very small cost. .. t i it m 't Sena lor it today . write nearest neu leie-- ltl -- rinds Pleasure in The sa a Breckenridge News at 81. Dear Mr. Habbage: Enclosed you will please find II for the renewal of my dear old home paper, the old Breck enridge News, of which I find great comfort in my old days. I am now almost 81 and I still find pleasure in hearing from ray old county in which I Respectfully was born and raised. yours, Mattha Elmore, 1540 Division Ave., Shreveport, La. WfcMever You Need Qeaeral Took Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is eauallv valuable as Geseral Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertlesofQUININS and IRON. It sets on the Liver, Drives eat Ifslsrk, Enriches the Blood sad Sanaa up ue wfeoM eyttea. weeau. . . 1 . 1"r-- wliMnaiAfnnnvar r FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. OWENSBORO, .KENTUCKY Ily virtue of a execution No. 648, di rected to me, which issued frpm the Clerk's office of Ureckinridge Circuit Court, in favor of l'lorn Auberry against Crafton Auberry I, or one of my deputies, will, 011 Monday the 28th day of September, 19I4, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. 111. , at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, Ky., expose to Public Sale to the highest bid der, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, $575. "A certain tract or parcel of land ly ing and being in the County of Ureckin ridge and State of Kentucky, 011 the waters of Harris Pork Creek of Rough Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at two black oaks, J. Matthews' corner; thence li. 176 poles to a sugar tree and beech oil a branch, J. Matthews N. K, corner; thence down said branch with its meanders 91 poles to a hickory, dogwood aud white oak 011 said branch; thence W. 220 poles to black oak and hickory; thence S. 86 jkjIcs to the beginning, containing 1014 acres, more or less. It being the same land conveyed to Crafton Auberry by Patsey A. Simmons and others, and recorded in Deed Book 59, page 486, levied upon as the property of Crafton Auberry." Terms; Sale will be made on a credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest ut the rate of six per cetit. per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect A. T. Beard, S. li. C. of a judgment. to-w11 s Fully Complied Is Loncor Than of the United Statee. ii'iu'rally Unowu iiorhniw Unit the const lino of the Philippine Islands I longer than that of the Uultiil Slides." k:Ii! a man who has opent more than tUteen years In that country. "The Philippines are numerous IslamK," he eontlmieil. "It would take one many months to tour all of the islands. Of course the climate v;i ries. hut In most parts It Is dclluhtful. The nveraKe temperature Is lower than in ninny parts of Hit; United States, and the humidity Is not nearly m Kreat. Iteeonls of temperature in the Philippines have heeii kept since lSti.. and In that time the maximum recordThe mean temed was lll;l decrees. perature Is from "D to Ml decrees. "If the humidity were Krent there lire times whou It would lie almost hut ordinarily I would rather live In the Philippines than in most sections of this country. It Is fortu-natthat In the month of greatest humidity, September, the temperature falls lower than at any other time of the year, which makes It possible to endure the conditions. "I have frequently been asked If there Is much drlnklnn iiiiioiik the There is comparatively very little. The Filipinos have discovered, even If some of our owu countrymen have not, that alcoholic; drinks nnd the tropics do not mix. It Is seldom you see a Filipino Intoxicated. There uro native brewed drinks In different Is" lands, but the people do not Washington Post. Is net i; I'lll-pinooveriu-dulue.- "It WithA Clover- port Resident Furnished It. There nre few items which appear in this paper more important to Cloverport people than the statement published below. In the first place, it is from a citizen of Cloverrort and can be thoroufihly relied upon. In the second place, it indisputably proves that Doan's Kidney Pills do their work thoroughly and uot temporarily. Rend this care- tally: J. K. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, Ky.,says: "I had trouble from weak kidneys, together with pains across the itnall of my back and through ray aides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended In the papers, I got a box. They quickly cured me, and in return, I highly recommend them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pillt lhe same that Mr. Strong had. n Co., Prop.'., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milbur- Renewal From Mr. Ball. Dear Mr. Habbage: I am herewith enclosing check for f I covering rensw-a- l for the Breckenridge News. I like it. Very truly yours. Robert . Ball, Louisville, August 84, 19U. ..1 Am W., x ,.,1 h -' urn a iitkiBtrthiMiht , ifin .j v irtii jjiMiiii n iii iaMitv airrri .m'-- 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JiNO. D. BABBAGt, Editor and Publisher issued Kvery CLOVERPORT, Wednet-day- . the "prudent" young man learns also to put hs money n the i i KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914 ., ,lC HI BANK AND KEEP IT THERE EIGHT PAGES. UUSINK3S LOCALS 10 per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES churned for tit tiro rate of ! cents per line, itionoy In advance. Examine the label on year paper. If it is not correct plcanc t'fy us. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator, Full Term ... C. W. BECKHAM For United States Senator, Short Term J. Photo by American PreBs Association. J. N. CAMDEN For Congress German Troops Near French Frontier Tlie iitiove was tnken nt Stmssburfr. near tlio Krench frontier It wns flKiireri Hint this city would piny a big pnrt In n wnr between Germany unit France. When tills picture was taken, however, the present big wur was liot dreamed of. A FINANGIAL education is one sort of an education every man can have. He can teach himself to SAVE and prosper. The first lesson is START a bank account; the second lesson is keep on increasing the balance to your credit. This is easy if you will AGT. If you have got only ONE DOLLAR in your pocket just try putting it in our bank and see how good it makes you feel. Total Resources Including Trust Investments S600.CCO BEN JOHNSON Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. PRESIDENT WILSON. (New York World.) PUBLIC CONSCIENCE It will soon be time to mnVe out a list all your taxable property, and pay your taxes, if you liave not already done so for 1914. Giving in n true list of everything in your possession subject to taxation will be the best way to reduce taxes and help our county and towns. People make a great mistake in accumu lating property that they cannot cheerfully pay taxes on and complain that "taxes eat them up." of AND TAXES THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. from The Uallj Times Journal. Howling Green cial problem, which for the past several years has been the topic of discussion nnd the football for the chronic pohti cians. We need nn awakening of the public conscience among our people. Let the people be impressed with the truth that it is dishonest to defraud the State as it is to cheat one's neighbor or a member of one's own family. If the hidden wealth of the people of Kentucky was listed for taxes the coming year, there would be enough tax receipts to pay off the public debt in twelve months and a snug surplus left in the State treasury. It would then be an easy mat' ter to lower the rate, and to cause the burden of taxation to rest lightly on the masses of out citizens. Of course a new system of making an assessment would do much to bring about this result, yet after all, it is difficult to force people to be honest in giving in their lists. Would it not be possible to inaugurate a campaign against dishonesty in dealing with the Stite, as well as dishonestv in other things? If the newspapers of the Slate will begin to impress upon their readers that when they withold property that should be listed for taxation, they are, to that extent robbing many poor and orphans who arc thus forced to pay more than their proportionate part of the State taxes, there will soon be an awakening of the public conscience that will tell in increased taxable propeny listed, llring to the minds and hearts of the people the truth that they are nothing short of criminals when they thus defraud the State and cheat their poorer neighbors. wid-do- "Fortunately," says the Herald, "we have at the head of tho Government at this critical time a man in whose calmness and judgment we have as great confidence as we have m his patriotism). " "Calmness and judgment." Great words, expressing great qualities. In the terrible ?torm of war thnt has burst over Euiopc, Americans have new lenson to admire the ?enM; and sanity of their own chief magistrate. S;ricc autocracy deliberately plunged civilization into blood, we hear no more sneers at an administration that choe "watchful waiting" in preference to war. We hear no more expressions of contempt for the President's: ideali&m and for his theories of service. These theories arc no longer the academic dreams of the "schoolcatastrophe of the last ten master." In the light of the world-widdays the moM blatant jingo in the United States would not exchange Wood row Wilson for any European statesman, and the partisan bigots who profesfed to be ashamed of their country have nil been e hardinsburg, Ky. m i m chool Books and Supplies We have just received a full lino of School Books for the Common Schools. Also expect a stock of High School books in a few da'!?. Also a full line of Taxation should be just, and it would not be near so high if everybody would give in their cash, diamonds and invisible property to the assessor and pay the tax on it. Conscientious tax payers are the best citizens in the world; they are men to be trusted and men who will be rewarded. Give in n 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 is better to be silenced by events. right than rich, llegin your financial It is very line to prattle about "a vigorous foreign policy," but year by keeping books. See how much conscience and sincerity and integrit' have their place in government yon make, what you spend and how litlet little debts get despite the Mettcrnich legend that still controls European chancel- tle you save. Don'tbig debts kill you; the best of you or leries. There was plenty of vigorous foreign policy in Berlin, in hard work and perserverance will masVienna and St. Petersburg; but there was none of the good faith and ter both It is a great thing to see a man struggling to pay his honest debts, common honesty that have shone through the diplomacy of Washing- especially when liisjhnir is beginning to be ton. In consequence, all of Europe is diiectly or indirectly at war, sprinkled with gray and age creeping upnever too tate to try if on and it is only in the United States that the llame of civilization burns youhim. It is is always another chance fail, there steadily and brightly. as long as you have the mind and heart. if a man of Woodrow Wilson'? restraint and Ilreckenridge News. Who doubts that II m Tablets, Glazed m $g jig Pencils, Boxes, Drinking Cups, Slate Pencils, Slates, Drawing Paper, White Card-boar- d and other things tod numerous to mention. Our policy will be the sumo with books as with our drug lino to keep an stock all tho time. So come in or mail us an order for what you need. ll 1 1 Kincheloe's Pharmacy tnra Hardinsburg, Ky. W, TliP Dnaliiu tcmpci anient had been at the head of the German government this crime of the centuries would have been averted ? Who doubts, either, that if the United States now had a of the Kaiser's temperament this country would inevitably be drawn into the vortex of war? More than inap will be changed by this conflict, and we ourselve.- - will be affected by it in respects that are neither financial nor commercial. New standards of statesmanship will be established in this country as the American people contemplate tile terrible results of personal government and imperialistic ambitions abroad. To the historian of fifty year hence the fact that Woodrow Wilson was President in this crisis may seem no le- - providential than the fact that Abniham Lincoln was when the very life of Union was hanging in the balance. the Pre-ident Kditor Hiilihaue strikes the kevnote of a reform that, if brought about in Ken-- J tucky would soon solve the State's finan 11 GARFIELD NEWS. SOCIAL Mr. -' ANDPERSONAL Marvin Carman and Miss Marry-Ann- ual Estelle Dowell Meeting at Old Lost Run Church Other Items. NOTES OF THE ASSOCIATION. Mrs. Tom Gray and daughter, Mrs. Pre-ide- nt President Wil-o- n stopped the advance on sugar and meats. He James Harrison and baby, Carrie, visgot busy, put his detectives to work to find out the cause. Soon as ited relative vin and near Custer. Mrs. Noah limner and little daughter, the detectives got into the Held prices stopped soaring. Sugar, for Katheriue, who have been living in instance, was advancing from a half to one cent a pound a day, and Mattoon, 111., since last spring, are here so were meats. Tho minute the tru.ts found that President Wilson with her mother, Mrs. Lou Ilorsley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dyer, from the was on to their job; the advance stopped, m,d the market has been Custer neighborhood, were visitors to stationery over since. relatives near Lost Run Sunday, anil We hope tho labor celebratoro will enjoy next Monday. Wo are all proud of tho progress made by our many enterprises. And today our prido iH greater than ever before of the industries of America. Now that we cannot get goods from abroad, we will eo thut homemade products arc just us good us tho?o from foreign shores. Next Monday the Cloverport Graded and High Schools open tho Tho parents are urged to send the children Monday morning and nil putrons of tho school are invited to come to the opening exorcises. Prof. McCoy is anxious to havo u large enrollment the first day. 1914.15 term. attended the annual service there. Mrs. Ed Compton, of Dig Spring, who has been visiting her brother, Lewis Vllgood, has returned home. A large crowd gathered at old Lost Run church Sunday, it being the day for the annual meeting at that place. Rev Russell Walker, of l'ordsville, preached two splendid sermons. This church, now over u hundred years old, is a sacred place to many people, and they love to gather there for worship once a year. They are planning for a protracted meeting about the last of September, Mrs. Minnie gave an ice cream supper at her school-hous- e at Rock Cut lost Saturday night for the benefit of the school. Marvin Carman and Miss Estelle Dowell were married lost Thursday. News Want Ads. are Little Winners They have the best wishes of their many friends for their futtiie happiness. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). LcGraud, Mr. and Mrs. Hen llruiiigtou and daughter, Margaret, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. llurtou I'.asham Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Meador and son, Hnoch, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Avery llayues Kric LeGrand was the week end guest of friends in Irvington. Misses lleulah llruner. Mildred and Anna Leigh Sandbach were the guests of Misses Ruby and Ruth LeGrand Sunday. Miss Mildred Smith returned to her home in Louisville Monday. Hob Tool is quite ill at this writing. Will T. Gregory has moved his family to Ilardinsbtirg for the school term. Twin boys were born to the wife of Kdgar Carman on the 28th. Misses Mildred and Anna Smith were guests of Mrs. II. II. Moorman for the week end. Misses Mary and Martha llarued ure in Hardinsburg. They will attend school there this year. Quite a number from this community attended the Baptist Association nt last week. The annual meeting of the W. M I', was well attended with delegates from most every society in the association. Most of the societies met their full apportionments for the year 51,384. 12 being paid in to Miss Lena l'ayne. Some made the mistake of paying to the Central Committee, thereby keeping this association from getting credit for it. Please remember all money must be paid to Miss Payne at Stephensport. Mrs. W W. Stout, who has been iu the Training School at Louisville, and who with her husband, Rev. W. W. Stout, will sail for China in September, gave a good talk on the Training School. The same officers were elected for the coming year. The ladies of the W. M U. wish to thank the Methodists for their kindness in tendering them the use of their church for the meeting. Ilew-leyail- le For Sale One frame dwelling with all modern improvements on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in rood locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance on eiify payments. Also one cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easy term. two-stor- y Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky DR.. Wl B. TAYLOR. .Apermanent... ENTIST Mfle ....... su. m.itoim. ...... Uaurf p, Wi to Dp. I Alwuji In office do ring cfllce liouri Uev II. S. English preached Sunday at New Hope. Robert Norton, an old citizen of WEDNESDAY, SEPT. a, 1914 West View, died Sunday. Enured at tlio PoUOffllcentGlcwriTport. Ky Mrs. Qracc Conover returned to her " as second clas mutter. home in Owensboro Sunday. A. K. Crawford and Helm Mllner, WIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Stephensport, were in Hardinsburg ? ADVERTISING BY THE Saturday Mrs Jake Weatherholt is ill with cancer. She has been a great sufferer GENERAL OFFICES for two months. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Ilufus Hall is vlsitlne his grandBRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES parents Mr. and Mrs Milton Brown, near Hardinsburg. ATE! FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Allic Pate and daughter, Mls Ueh el Pate, of New Bethel, are visiting t 2.50 For Precinct nnd city Offices $ 5.00 relatives In Evansvillc. For County Offices Miss Martha Miller, who pissed the $ 16.00 For State and District Offices re10 summer at Owensboro the guest of For Calln, per line returned home. 10 latives, has Cards, per line For Eula aud Lucy Beard, Hardinsburg, For All Publications in the inter-es- t ot Individuals or expression are visiting their uncle, W. S. Hendrv 10 and Mrs Hendry, at Irvington. of individual views per line 00 Ready-maddresses, 1.25to n ginghams and percales and ttylish shirt waists at Mrs. James Cordey.s. . M tftf Breckenridge f News. A SECOND ARMY is German eiurs way to f WaLTAts.? I NEW nclvrrtiv.-ni- SCHOOL BOOKS! 12c Note AilTrnlier wticii you want iiirnrr lmtltv ttif editor t nt Contract Retail and Exchange Price l'otters ('ntnmoii hool h)i'llinr liook 18c I'nmer, Kusy Htmtl to Ki'iulinj.' (colored illutrnti(in)2ic First 2fic ... ... Second Render ;( r Reserves Thought Lost Jewel Hair Pin. A Jpwi'i Imlr pin iturrluy Be Moving On Antwerp, tutc N' w .Mr. V Mww. nfllre. !AI.-I'l- tl. lltiiiii;p'ii and Hi plr Ktwnrd.- - Mrs. llrucr C'onovrt. Beagle Hounds p dlcr.-e- I8c 13c 10c for Sale SIEGE OF A CITY IS ' nupblei,. EXPECTED Clovirport, I RUlI two inohllii old.- Ky. vt- IUurIp .1 hnund III hler. Third Itcuder Fourth Reader Fifth Reader .... . Ufic ' Secondary Supporting Army Is Re ported to Be on the Way'to Occupy Conquered Territory and Invest Antwerp, the Defenses of Which Are Admittedly Weak' and Not Likely to Resist a Determined Siege. Clvri OST cruiiiMls. Lost Spectacles t lliirrtlnslmrc fiir Ili'turn in llnrney squires. irt, Kr.. mul rwelvt rciml. Wauled M i. VIANTF.1 v KtX'U Hli'pliPn-por- Ky. Ewes ewe.- - A. L. Lewis. r e rersonai . t raidyictpno i About Popl Who Live In Cloverport. Those Who Tnvel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- eluded. J Roy Johnson has returned home from Illinois. Austin Beavln spent Sunday in the country with relatives. Mrs. Sallie Gross, of, Holt, was the guest of friends Friday. her Mrs. V. G. Babbage visited mother at Bewleyvllle Friday. Miss Irene Pate, of Owensboro, is Tobinsport. theguesrof MissMaydee Chapln. Mrs Ann Huff, of Owen9boro, is here for a two weeks stay with relatives.' Mrs. Chas. P. Babbage, of Louisville, has returned from French Lick. Jess Willis, of Louisville, is vlsitlne his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry are at home Xat2l4 Woodbine Avenue, Louisville, Walter P.. Moorman, Jr; has returned from a trip to several northern cit ies Including a visit to Toronto Canada. Crist and children Mrs George , Kathaleen, Harry, and George Fend-rickWednesday. went to Louisville Herbert Beard and William Gilbert were In Louisville last week with a good bunch of stock. They got good prices. Miss Louise Balis was given a boat party to Canr.elton Thursday night where supper was served at the Sunlight Hotel. Mrs. Ernest Wedding entertained delightfully Friday afternoon In honor of her guest, Miss Ethel Long, of of St Louis, will he in Louisville labor day. While there he will be the guest of his sister Mrs. Wiluurn Gregory. Miss Cleona Weat'ierholt has return ed from Louisville where she spcut several days the guest of her aunt, London, Auk. 31. Field .Marshal Ixird Huberts, addressing a meeting for the purpose of securing recruits for the army, declared that the country was In Rrent danger. There wan no use In mincing words, he said; de feat would mean ruin, shame and slavery. Antwerp, Aug. SI. There Is a rp- port that tho Germans have reserves to spare, and it would be consistent with their plan to follow their swift moving columns nt the front with a second supporting nrmy to occupy the conquered territory, which has already been almost evacuated by the ndvane-e- d troops, und Invest Antwerp, If the troops can be spared from Prussia, und efforts will be made to do this. In regard to Antwerp's resistance, It may bo said that the outer line of fort3 are n mile and n half apart. There Is a gap of three miles through which troop3 could be poured, and the Belgian field army would have to hold this gap. Ilohlnd the first line a second line of forts would repeat the re sistance. It would cost an Immense number of lives, but of this the Germans are careless. A big army with siege gnus could manage It and not take an unduly long time to do It. Tho bombardment of Antwerp would present no dilSculties to the Germans if the Inner forts were once besieged. The loss of life in the town would be enormous. It Is of the utmost Importance to protect Antwerp, not by strengthening the defense, but by the operations of n distracting force acting from the coast to the left of an Invest ing army. Allies Have Taken German Cruiser. Vancouver, H. C, Aug. 31. A news paper dispatch says that the German cruiser Leipzig h.u been captured by the French ciulser .Montcalm and the British cruiser Rainbow off Vancouver Island after a fight in which 120 men were killed and wounded on the Leipzig. Mule and Wagon. Oil A!.K One good (.envy werk muit. il Vf'Mr filrl. und il Onriv Itro Vlip'N. I'rlri' OWDIl lKttll. II. .1. lt'll'rr'S. Ilnidlniliiiri;. Ky. For Sale iMirldce-Ni-w- Man and Wife lor farm kufk. WANTKO-.Mhiiumlw- ltf whb sfortotli. Apply u Ilrt' l. . Wauled Ray's Modern Klcmentnry Aaithniotic with answers Ray's Modern Advanced Arithmetic with answers. The Mothei Tongue, Hook one The Mother Tongue, Hook two hmcrycncics Natural Primary Geography " Nutiml Complete Geography .. Gtilick's Good Health Gulick's, The Hody and its Dcfenc Foreman' Essentia' of Civil Govcinmolit .... Evans First in American MUtory Dickson's American History for Grammar Schools Kincaids History of Kentucky . . Wi itinsr Hook No-- i 1 to 8 Hny s Modern Intellectual Arithmetic :J5c fie 20c J7c 17c 10c 20o 3(Jc 12c Jllic lf)C JOc r()e :50c .0c yijc )()c . 80c :j0c 20c 40c 15c '25c f0c .V2c :$ic li.'le JJ2c Le.-so- Iftc (ifie lific 32c For Sale Chickens. few prlcts FOH s'AI.K At roii!oriiMe CockiTflda and llliodo Iilimd Mens. Pullet. J. W. Kvni;'. Ilnrdlitum. Ky. Small Farm 4. uchl 1 mild FOIE SALK Small farm.firm Improvements llnrdlinliurjr: Plenty of linn frnlL nnd rood, HprlnK near house. Apply to M. N. Hobblns, niiruitiMiurK. ny. For Sale evtr-las'ln- c NOTICU Hooks of like crude nnd like subjects, only are subject to exchange In other words a Fourth Render must be exchanged for a 1'otirth reader a Spelling Hook for a Spelling Hook 1111 Advanced Arithmetic for the same grade of Arithmetic, etc. Only books which nre in n usable condition are subject to exchange. Ha book- is mutilated to such an extent that it cannot be used longer, it is not subject to - Dr. Jesse Baucum J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RESIDENT Ky. ODlcc Opposite Oele's Ilruc Sttte in Have you provided case of your for your family death ? n. Harden, Have you made provision for your own old II age? Feel secure when they know their money lodged in our burglar:proof safe. DEPOSITORS is safely not, you hsd better do so at once, by buying one ol those good lowest cost policies with the "SAFE BANKING" is i Mrs Marlon Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bonier wenk Ky. to Webster Sunday to see Mr Border's Henry C. Babbac, of Louisville, sister, Mrs L. R. Mays, who has been visited his aunt Mrs J. H. Kowland partially paralyzed. Union Central C. L. BEARD, Agent, Hardinsburg, Ky. what depositors want and is what they are assured of when they enterthe portals of this bank's door. BANK HERE AND FEEL SECURE! kVllle Friday. Morris Tucker, oi Harned, returned home Friday after a visit to his cousin, Libon Smith. Corlne Qulgglns has returned from a pleasant visit with Misses Mary and Margaret Elder. tinder clothes, aists, dresses and aprons. Save money and sewing. Mrs. James Cordrey's Miss Sallie Lee Pate. Owensboro.re-ume- d heme Saturday acccmpair.td by Kiss Claudie Pate. Mrs Thomas Dohler will go to Louis- . . s Saturday to meet ner son uscar . .i Thursday in Hardinsburg. the. guestof Mrs William Hensley. Miss FlorencelLewis, of Owensboro, arrived Saturday to visit her sister. Mrs. William Dorst. Mrs Porter, of Owensboro, returned Wednesday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ojlesby. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce have come here from Glen Dean to make their home In this city. Miss Eva May Chapin, of Irvington, has returned home after a visit here with Miss Bessie Arnold. Mr. and Mrs L P. Sifford, of West Point, have moved into the Gregory cottage in High Street Mrs. William Sahlie and son James Sahlia, of Owensloro, are vlsltint her sister, Mrs. L. V. Chapln. Order engraved cards to mike Autum calls. Price $1.25 for 50 cards up to $1.00. Breckenridge News. Mrs Frank Reminger returned to her home In Rockport Thursday after a visit here with relatives. Mrs Adele Bates, of Louisville, and Mrs Mollie Feland, of Stanford, are guests of Mrs Chas Lightioot. Mis of St Louis. Frarcts Maiicn Smith spent Rev E. O. Cottrell is in Louisville. Mrs. Cottrell and children are with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson at Twin Oaks, near Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Hueh Wood and little daughter, Miss Ruby Wood, have arriv ed here from West Point and are at House. home at the Duncan Mrs J. T.Keenan and daughter, Miss Lucile Keenan, and son Willard, of Columbus Ohio, are here the guests of hpr Barents Mr. and Mrs. Owen Seaton. Fonnle Gough, of Knoxville, and cusln Miss Forest Lee Gough, of Owensboro. with a few others from IJavls Co, were at the Tar Springs last week Miss Mildred Babbage gave a sewing tea Friday afternoon from three to five o'clock in honor of Miss Louise Balis, of Athens, Ohio. Covers were placed for nineteen guests. Mrs Leon McGavock gave a dinner Tuesday in compliment to her sister Mrs. Robert Urown, of Warsaw, who has returned home with her sons, Ireland and Richard Brown. The dinner guests included: Mrs Maggb Maston, Mrs. Martha Wool and Mrs. Douglas Chambers, of Hawesville. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Randall were at home Wednesday evening to many cuests who were invited to meet Mrs Mary Balis and her daughter, Miss Balls, of Athens, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs Dwiirht Randall.Mr and Mrs H.D.Iljss assisted in receiving whllo Miss Dona Ross and Miss Mary Owen Oelzc pres Ided at the ounch bowl. After the re ception there was dancing and 1m nromtitu music. The guest list in eluded: Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelze, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattlncly, Dr. McDonald Reduce the High Cost of Living Hy FIRST STATE BANK, Trading with J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier o!lCTorz3llollolo1iaopllo :: Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. DEALER W TELL STORIES Refugees OF HORROR GROCERIES and The Student's Tools are School Supplies You can't expect your children to do good work in school unless you provide them with the necessary supplies. We have all necessary school .sundries, bought in such large quantities that we can usually afford you a saving. Pens, Pencils, Pen Holders, Crayons, Inks, Tablets, Spell- inn Tablets, Examination Tab- - From Louvaln Relate Tales of Butchery. r The Hague, Aug. 111. The man element In tho Netherlands has been turned from Germany by the burning of Louvairi and the killing of unresisting men, women and children reaching Dutch Refugees there. points from the ruins of the Belgian city tell stories of horror of the butchery of Its peaceful inhabitants, many of whom are reported to have been burned to death In the flames. A Dutch resident of Louvaln who was a salesman In a bicycle store says: "As the people rushed Into the streets from their burning houses they were shot down like rabbits." Tho Dutchman escaped by reporting himself as a German, a knowledge of the German language enabling him to carry out the Impersonation. Ho was conducted to tho station by German soldiers. Tho salesman continue:): "Our walk through the streets to the railway station was like 11 wain through hell. The beautiful town was a sea of (lames. Bodies of the dead Dreadful lay thick In tho streets. cries camo from many houses. The soldiers were going about thu streets with lighted brands and explosives In their hands, setting alight any build ings that remained Intact." A Dutch journalist wiys that 500 citizens wero ranged at tho station and a tenth part woie ordered shot. This and Mrs. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs was dona regardless of sex or age, beWilliams. Mrs. Fred Ferry, Misses fore tho eyes of tho others. Tho Jour Ray Lewis Heyser.I.ula Severs, Cleona nallst nays that tho streets were piled Weatherholt, Edith Plank, Louise with tho dead, among them many Babbage. Kathrlne Moorman, Rebecca priests. and Martha Willis, Claudia Pate, Martha Miller. Miss Pate, Misses Lenora THEY TURN RUSSIANS BACK McGavock, Mildred Babbage, Jeanette Burn. Messrs Paul Lewis. Lafe Beheu, Germans Report a "Prodigious Vic tory" at Gllgenburg. Floyd Carter, Frank Plank, Jeff Dillon Washington, Aug. 111. Tho German William Mitchell. Andrew Ashby, "Mike Tucker, Joe Ross, Leonard Ore embassy lias lecelved a message from Ileilln, Wa the Sayvllle wireless station gory Marion Denton. on Long Island, statin'? that "the government uuthorltlno In Kast Prussia havo recalled the fugitive citizens of AUTUMN WEDDING that section of the omplro following tho prodigious Herman victory over the Rupslan Invading army at GllgenMr. RusMiss Delia Klncheloe and burg." "Tho latest nows from AlleiiBtelu sell R. Compton Will Be Marmiles south (In Kast Prussia, sixty-livWednesday. October the ried of Koenlghburg) indicates that tho pro-Gee Fancy Goods for the Table, Dinners, Parties and other Entertainments. Let us huvc your orders for Groceries, Hmul Cakes und Ices. hirh-class control vt Ostend. French r.r.d Prltinh troops repulsed s an attack of Germans' in miperlor In noitheafctem France. The second line cf defense to which the pllks retired Inn Kel:ium Ss leinp firmly maintained, although the Germans are pushing forward new columns with nil ipeed. France hat- responded to the popular call for the strengthening of her forces by fendint; reinforcements from the second reserve army. num-Ver- Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE WAR WitHhtiuton reports tliat tho first rosolvi'd that Turkey may becomo Involved in the lCuropeim war was oontnlr.ed in a statement slveii out by the Herman embassy. This Information is to tho effect that Turkey may at any moment join the knlser and that n declaration ot war acnlnst s Great llrltshi Is bellcwd by the likely to inflame the .Moslems against the Iirltish in Kayj.it and India. The information from tho Ilalkans Is to tho effect that German nuval und army otllcers are beliiK hurried to ConUer-mn- Ms, Etc. Wedding's Drug Store, The HomiolQuaWy CLOVERPORT, KY. Germans are energetically pressing the Russians. The Russian endurance Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinch Is described as terrific. Corpses Ho eloe announce the engagement of their in heaps on the battlefield. Many prisdaughter, MUs Delia Kincheloe, to Mr, oners, Including one Russian general, The marriage wore captured." Gllgenburg, according Russell R. Compton. The battle of will take place on Wednesday, October to dispatches made public at the Ger28, 1914, at Hardinsburg, Ky. man embassy, was fought on Friday and resulted In the turning back of & Russian fore of five amy corpa. Ad. Try a News h. Twenty-eight- Want stantinople In the expectation of war nnd that tho situation within the Balkan area Is becoming most serious. Tl.o Russians still are advanclni; their Hues. Tho report ot their occupation of Tilsit Is confirmed and thoy nru cald to bo within striking disThe Grant! Uul;o tance ot Paaen. NMcholas Is coutlnlnK his operations to an attack on tho main armies un Tho rapidly ahead. Is lliisnian army has driven In the The Grizzly Bear. Austrian defenses and Is now atMr. ICnos A. .Mills, the tacking I.enberr, the capital of Aus- naturalist, has a good uoted Colorado word for trian Galicla. Tho three nrmy corps bear. .Mr. .Mills declares that the t lie which wero opposing tho Russian ad- frizzly Is the must maligned of anisplit and forced back mals. IIo minds his own biisluexs. exvance have been on tho fortifications of I.omberK with cept when he Is attacked, aud Uvea 011 heavy loss. nuts, fruit, bark, grass, cnrrloii, garof Louvaln. The Destruction bage and Insects, and, as n. rule, kills nothing larger than n mouse. Mr. Louvaln has been completely by iho Germans as a military Mlfls says he Is an excellent mouser. measure, thu city having been burned patient aud thorough lu his method. In reprisal for hoatlle actH charged Youth's Companion. against tho people of that city. ReShe Wat Wise. Only One "BROMO QUININE" ports declare that the town was set Mrs. Gayblrd (from tho stern of the To set the senulne, call for full name, ntlre by the Germans by using explo-blve- s LooktorilKDtturcoi aud bopibs and that now nothing (anoei Vour mother has recognized us li.W. GKOV15. Curti Cold In One Uy. Stop cougb aud bcdcbc, aud work oil cold. tfc. remains of It but a heap of ashes and 1 nd looks unuoyed. ".Nonsense! She knows I'd never The Uelglan Congo twisted ruhiB. concessions have been attacked along l(.e you overboard." "That's exactly what I catber from the front.'er by the Germans. DrltlsU In, the (er expression Ufe. and llelglans are Law and Collecting Ageicy deftufee. TritUh inu!nen now; ure In Hel-gluproRt-essin- Overwhtlrr.ing Gtrrr.an Victory. Germany rej orts victories for her forces nt I.onewy i nd Nancy. France, and arstrts th t the army under Crown Prince Wilhelm has captured the French tcn" of Vlllerupt. Lrnj;-wyo.'aj ifoirt. Andun, LeHoman and One. The bp.ttle of Mauheupe. between the GrT".inK and English wa I'll eve 'whelming Germi.n victory. Berlin dt I'remier Asju!tli teportnl in the house cf co"i;n ns that tho British :os hu'Vily in ti;e engagement In France, He rays nlon-- j the Hels'&n border. that the Iirltish luroe sustained tho assaults of five complete German army cor; g, held their ground until the brunt of tre attack had been met, nnd then retired to a new position. Farls Prepared For Siege. Paris Is rapidly beiiiK turned Into r. vast Intrenched camp to resist anv possible s!e"o by the Germans. Alexandre .Millerand. the new minister o' war, conferred with military chiefs in 1'aris and directed steps to meet nl! eventualities. General GalllenI, the new commander in thief of the armv In 1'aris, Is directing the moaBiirei tr prelect the city. French and UritlsP forces In irreat numlers are concentrated at Arras, chosen as the lest strategic point nt which to halt thp T'.O.Odn Germans advancing irom The war pie' s bureau uavs the troops retired from before Mllo In acsMiome cordance with n of campaign. n i.-rs. Hardinsburg, : Ky. aoi3olfoiraoc51 CUSTER HEMS .Miss Eva Alexander visited Miss Mattle Berry Saturday. Misses Mollie and Nettie Dyer visited their sister MrsJas Hennett Sat-ura- ay. Subscribe Today out-lyln- ir Mr. ar.d Mrs. James Dauclieity, of Mayesfrove, visited his sister Mrs. K. F. Trlplett Sunday. , Miss I.aura Harrington and Miss Lena Hawkins were uuebts of Mrs. Clam Urune Sunday. MUs Myrtle Harnod was the dinner yuet of Miss 10 va Board Sunday. Mrs Ralph Lucas, of Illinois, is visiting relatives here. Sister Duggins has just closed a very successful revival at Hush Arbor noar Part Oak school house. Willis McCoy and sister Miss Klva McCoy, of Maysgrove, wero tho guests cf Miss NellTriplett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ova Hoard speut Frl day with Mr. and Mrs Oscar Hoard, Mr. and Mrs. George Mullen attended meeting and was the dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Oliver Sunday Mr. and Mrs' Abu Dennett, Mr anil Mrs Raymond Oliver, a d SIsler Dug-glspent Thursday with Mr and Mrs E ,F. Triplctt. Mr. and Mrs. Johniu Dennett spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. K F. Triplctt. Miss Annie Allen visited her sUttr Mrs Abe Bennett Sunday. Mr, and Mrs Cleveland Allen spent Sunday with Mrs ilva Lyons. Sister Duggins, Mr and Mrs Kay-tnoOliver, and J C.lMlu spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Cieorco Carman. nd V. G. BABBAGE FLIGHT OF A OOMET Its Wild Race Through Space and the Speed It Attains. CRASHING INTO RAILROAD RULES, 1852 OP ' Governors' Day at the State Fair V - L. j ' CTAUL Insurance'Office INTERESTING REMINDER EARLY DAYS OF TRAVEL. . - , ' Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tor nado and Windstorm, rridpnt Hpnlrh ft 1 THE Instructions for Engineers and Con ductors Appear Laughable In These EARTH. Days When the Science of Rail roadlng Has Been Perfected. most Interesting exhibit of tht early days of railroading in this coun try has been .found. It Is n schedule for pnssenRer train; and rules for the conduct of engine-me- n and conductor on the Wet fern & Atlantic, which was nt the time am. still Is owned by the state of Georgia The time table Is dated March l.nMi, A What the Result Would Be If One of Thcte Light but Massive Wanderers of the Sky Wero to Swing Into a Head-oCollision With Our Planet. n I' I Insurance. I Old Reliable f tliu fear Unit Brent comets have nhviiys Inspired Is due to nn Instinctive tlrend of their tremendous power for evil. They look like boom of (lo.itriKtlnli. mill those who by William Wndley. su know nothing iihoiit astronomy uccept r.nd was Issued perlntendent. father of Oorgp D Wad them lit their iiii;ireiit face value. lev. the latter for ninny years sr.a.i And. in trill h. If they could come ngcr of the Central Railroad of Geor within hlttltiK (list;ince of the enitli Kin- they would do it enormous iimoiiut of In the rules for englnemen and condiimiiKe. mid same of them might lie ductnrs arc many which teem e.uaiat , cnpuhle of puttluK the earth temporu in this ace of colossal railroading, vi rlly out of commission ns nn Inhabited course the road had only one track globe. The terror that wii.s iiroused In miiiiy and rule 11 for passenger conductors (juurturs by Ualley's comet In 11)10 Is shows that there must have been some sure to recur on the appearance of any dispute when trains met as to which new comet, so that It Is worth while to train had tho right to keep on its way consider what an evilly disposed comet uninterrupted. This rule says: could do to the earth If It xot a chance. "As n general rule when train meet There are two ways In which u comet between stations the train nenrest the could cause damage to the earth-fir- st, turnout will run back. Any dispute as by running straight Into It with 15.000 to which train is to retire is to be deUmes the velocity of an express train termined at once by the conductors, and, second, by Infecting the atmosvisitors "snapped" while enjoying date dedicated to the chief executives of Kentuckv nnrl Tntlnnn without Interference on the part of the phere with the poisonous or stilling englnemen. This rule Is required to at the Kentucky State Fnlr in 1013. In the foreground ure Governor James B. McCreary of Kentucky. gases contained In Its tall. Governor Itnlston of Indiana. Adam llclmberger. chairman of Indiana day; be vnrled In favor of the heaviest loadW. O. Head of Louisville and H. M. Froman, member of state board of agriculture. Thtirxdnv Sent 17 hna Wn Let us consider the first case of a ed engine, or worst grades If they comet shock. nated as Governors' Day and Indiana Day for the twelfth annual Kentucky State Fair to be held SepL 0 of this meet near the center." year. Two things have to he taken Into Kulo 7 gives the conductor direcaccount namely, the velocity and the tions for reporting on the number of weight of the colliding comet, con- passengers who are paying and the sidered as a gigantic-- projectile shot number of ministers of the gospel who B;.E!ES" WAYS AND NEEDS against the earth as a target. AS EXPLAINED BY EXPERTS. were to be charged half pricewhen on Coinels are very deceptive In regard business connected with their calling. to weight or mass. They are enor- The same rule Indicated that the govMessrs. Deck Pate and Arch Weather mously large, hut relatively very light. ernor of the slate and the general su- irtfr-stin- o and Practical Excerpts ford attended the Ureckinridge Baptist The comet that appeared in 1SG1 first perintendent of the road were the From Health Department Bulletin. Association at Bewleyville last Thursday. grazed the sun and then swept tho only individuals who had a right to Liv Ver-La- x puts the liver in tone to earth with Its tall. give passes. Mrs. Dick Pate has gone to Owensboro There is n reason for everything tho to visit her brother. On her return she perform its proper functions, giving Halley's comet also occupied vastly The conductor was ordered to in new life, new vigor and strength to the more space than the earth, hut a care- spect tho running gear of his train at baby does, the New York health de- will stop off at Dundee for a visit to anentire system. Read what a prominent ful estimate has shown that It prob- every station and. in rule 13, was ad partment will tell you. If bo lifts his ably did not weigh more than IIO.OOO.-00- monished never to leave Atlanta or large toe. or looks cress eyed at a fly other brother. Texas farmer writes of Mrs. Frank May has gone to Olaton tons, which is much less than the Chattanooga without the mall or with on the outride of the screen, or crooks April 7, 1014. weight of the material excavated to out first sending to the postofflce for for a visit to her parents, "Mr. nnd Mrs. "I take pleasure in saying- for publihis left index linger, or makes n sound make the Panama canal. Wilson. it. Itule IT says that n train stopping J. cation that by the use of Liv. Ver-La- x It might he thought, then, that the at any station at night must invariably like a drowning cat. this has real Miss Kva Kay has tcturned to her I have been cured of a disease which is significant e And if he wngs his right cartli Is In no more danger from such be run on the turnout to as to leave in St. Lotus after a visit to Mr. correctly described by the recognized u comet than a battleship Is from a the main track clear, and that strict ear, sunt' I.'s his lips and plaits his home symptoms of Billiousness, Stomach and boy's beau shooter. Hut now the veloc- watch had to be kept in all cases skin like the folds of an accordion, that and Mrs. C. Smith and other relatives. ity begins to come into play. The sliced whero a train stopped at night. means the - o'clock whistle should Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hawkins have Liver Trouble, Constipation and resultof a comet at the earth's distance from gone to Louisville. Mr. Hawkins will ing complications and commend its use In the regulations for passenger en blow f r 'illicit the sun would he about twenty-siglnemen there are a number which to all like sufferers. S'lpp J. H. Brewer." yu asked Or. Sarah J. take a business course. miles per second. seem almost humorous In this period ii; I.e. ! of the division of child Mrs. Tom Grecorv resiencd as nresi- - A. H. Cain, Witness. A mass of rio.ooo.OOO tons shooting of railroad management. For Instance, !i A harmless vegetable compound, "li.it you would do If you dent of the Woman's Mission ary Society. through space at a velocity or twenty-si- tho enginemnn was Instructed that if Ii .!.. - ..i. ..,ir hands three days Mfs guaranteed to relieve all liver troubles; wns ek.cU.(, to Ule vilC!m. miles per second would develop in his train killed any stock and threw iA- - ,r and wlios'.- - mother c wonderful, quick and happy in results, round numbers about twenty iilutil-liothe cow or cows in such a position as l having no nauseating', weakening efloot pounds of energy, equivalent to endanger tho safety of the next Mrs. Percy Macey spent last week at ii.e to.-- ni;a lor feeding a baby nt fects like calomel. Sold in SOc and $1 to the development In one second of train he was to stop his train nnd see :: U milk one tiiblespooiiful nnd West View with her father, Mr. Robert Buy from druggists or from bottles. thirty-sithousand million million that tho track was cleared. rc.i water three tnblespooiifuls. Norton who is dangerously ill. Lebanon Co Operative Medicine Com horsepower. Passenger trains were not to exceed I'eed the baby two tablespooufuls at Miss Iimma Gray, who is teaching pany, Lebanon, Tenn. Kinclieloe's Where the comet struck everything the speed of their schedule except i;i: and Increase until full amount, rock, soil, vegetation would he melt- when behind time, in which case the two ounces, is given at the end of two at Madrid, has been with her parents, Pharmacy. ed, vitrified and even in an speed might bo Increased three miles week. The baby should be fed every Mr. and Mrs. U. 12. Gray for two weeks. Instant, for all this tremendous energy an hour generally. In passing turn- two hours If the child Is three to Miss Gray is under the treatment of a Wartime Wit. would ho turned Into heat through the outs (tho turnout evidently was the mouths, three ounces of milk nnd doctor. "Throughout the siege of Paris," sudden and complete arrest of the switching truck) tjie sjieed had to be three ounces of barley water. Feed Miss Kil t Smith has returned to her ays Ernest A. Vlr.etelly 'In bis book. swift motion of the conieL The iHXi diminished to six miles an hour. Kail-wa- every three hours. Give only six feedhome in Cloverport after a visit to Mr. "My Days of Adventure." "the so call(liilntllllons of 'absolute units of en ings In twenty-fou- r hours. Two and Mrs. W. I). Smith and other friends. ed mot pour rlre was never lost sight ergy" developed by the stopping of the make nn ounce. From six Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comptou have of." Thus: comet would furnish enough heat to to nine mouths, milk ounces, barAcute Indigestion. "When horseflesh became more or liquefy more than a million million ley water three ounces. Feed every moved into their new home on Railroad less our dally provender many Parisian "I was annoyed for over a year ton of solid Iron! four hours, last at 10 o'clock. street. bourgeois found their health' falling. of acute indigestion, followed Cl.Tuo result would he a very big and Ten bottle babies to one of the natuWill Moore and Miss Glasscock, of 'What Is the matter, my dearest?' Mine, by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J rally fed infants die every year. Iiables a 'very deep hole lu the earth. du Bols du Pout Inquired of her husof square miles would he more Gallngher, Geneva, . Y. "I tried ev- should be nursed by mothers, particu- Fisher, were in town last week. Miss Ruth Chambliss, who is teaching band when he had collapsed one evenor less directly affected by the terrilic erything that was recommended to me larly during hot weather. Hero are 'Oh. It Is nothing, Impact, for tho shock would ho greater for this complaint but nothing did me tome of tho other cautIon; Nurse tho at Mook, passed through town last Fri- ing after dinner. than that of the mightiest earthquake, much good until about four months baby regularly, never oftener llinn day evening for her home to atteud the mon jimle(j he replied, 'but j jjsedto think" niyseirfriicitci Tiofs'emanl' " and perhaps buildings would tumble ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver every two hours during the day and institute. Then there was the soldier whoso into ruin and mountains would shake four hours tirlng the night Do not Rev. J. Duggins is holding a meeting age vaStConvenlenll1v elastic; oir Jhelr fringes of rock lu all parts ol tised and procured a bottle of them nurse every lime It cries. Che it only "When TrocLu "issued H decree Inthe glohe. while the sea would hurl from our druggist. I soon realized that good milk, prepared exactly as tho doc at Constantiue. ltseir in whelming tidal waves upon I had gotten the right thing for they tor directs. Keep the milk always cold K. 12. Hargruiler, representing Peters corporating ulj national guards under forfy-flv- e years of age In the marchevery coast and diown all the low ly- helped me at once. Since taking two and covered. Shoe Co., was in town Friday with ing battalions for duty outside the city ing Islands. bottles of them I can eat htf.it tily withThe baby feels the heat More than fell line of shoes. one of these guards on being asked The atmosplieilc disturbances would out any bad effects." Sold by all you do. In hot weather remove most G. L. Medler has returned to his home how old ho was replied, 'Sir and foralso be enormous. The sudden devel- dealers. of its clothing. A loose cotton shirt opment of great heat at the point of and napkin ate enough on hot days. in Kingswood after a visit to his child ty.' 'How is that?' he was asked. 'A few weeks ago you told everybody that collision would unbalance the air curWash the baby whenever other changes ren in Illinois. Mountain Railroad. 'Quite true,' rents and destructive and capricious nre made. In hot weather give It a Mrs, Sherd ie llasham and you were only thlrty-slxMr. and One of the most remarkable rail- cool sponge winds would blow to and fro over the bath several times a day baby have returned to their home near rejoined the other, 'but what with roads In the world Is to be built in Give It plenty of clean, cool, boiled rampart duty, demonstrating nt the earth. Leitchfield. Hotel de Vllle, short rations nnd tho We have only n little space left lo France, to run up the Aiguille du Midi, water to drink If the baby vomits which rises abruptly to a height of stop all feeding Miss Francis Goodman, of West View, cold weather, I feel quite ten years Consider the effects of a collision beand give cool, boiled has been the guest of Mrs. V. G. Good older than 1 formerly did.' " tween the earth and the tall of a 12,008 feet. The object of the under waicr. Send for your doctor at mice comet. This Is something that has taking will he to show the unmatched man. actually oceuried two or three times glories of Mont Blanc and Its chain of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and sou Invigorating to the Pale aad Sickly Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. within a century. As already said, the peaks and glaciers. Instead of runOwen have been the guests of Mr. and The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. comet of IStJl enveloped the earth ning on solid ground, however, like GROVE'8 TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out "My attention was first called to Mrs. P. M. Tucker, at Racine. with the spreading end of It.s tall for most of the Swiss mountain railroads, Colic, Cholera and Diar A true tonic. For adults and children. SOc row hours, and lu 11110 Ualley's it Ib to go through the air on pylons Chamberlain's ii Rev. Dandy, of Kingswood, left for rhoea Remedy as much as twelve years Wolf Creek to hold a meeting. linnet brushed Its tail over the eai'th. and cables, swinging from peak tc ago. At that time I was seriously ill peak, far above the eternal snows and but apparently' the electric repulsion A meeting of the Farmers Union was BRITISH LINES MAKE ADVANCE developed prevenled the gases of the glaciers. The starting station of the with summer complaint. One dose of ' tall from entering the atmosphere It line Is situated down in the Valley ot this remedy checked the trouble," held here last week, Important and Costly Changes Which writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, is posslhlu that In every case this Chamonix. Will Add Greatly to. Their Preswould occur, so that electricity may lie Ind. For sale by all dealers. Feel languid, weak, run down? Head' ent Efficiency. our effective guardian against dele- . For anv itchiness of the skin, for skin ache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy terious substances that might other- rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's It has been decided to banish "dead" is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your Billiards Extraordinary. wise lie Introduced Into the atmos. Ointment. Wte at all drug stores. buffer wagons from British railroads. Harris Merton Lyon, tho author, has druggist. Price $1. I'here from the switching tails of elo-- e "Dead" buffers are a survival of the a number of gross and earthy friends. passing coiiicts.-d'ur- ret I. Scrvlss In early railroad days. He says that the other day two of them i'pokane Spokesuiau-ltevleRalls. Their absolute rigidity, which Is said began to play billiards. As drouth Plan Novel Punishment. According to our contemporary, tho overtook them they took the necessary Sydney, N. S. W. Criminologists in to bare helped to shorten the life of Destroying Equilibrium. Engineer, in to accommodate steps. Toward evening one ot them Australia are greatly Interested In the a wagon through shunting operations, "That former enemy of yours Is pay- the increasingorder of use track and signal- closed one eye and looked at the clock. experiment ot Judge Eagleson of the has been the cause of their undoing, ing you a great many compliments." ing circuits on railroads, with the ne- Then be left to telephone his wife. The Melbourne county court In prescribing and they are to be superseded by replied Senator Sorghum, "and cessity "Ves." for bonding Joints, points and other remained stolidly to pursue the a novel form ot punishment for men spring buffers, which tor some vears I wish ho'd quit it. One of the easiest crossings, and separating rail sections balls about the table. After 15 min- whose offenses are due to drink. A have been rapidly finding favor with rvnys to throw a man dowu Is to swell to form the desired electric circuits, It utes the first returned. Goods In transit are young man "who pleaded guilty to em- all companies. nls head until he gets top Is proposed by a German engineer to "How hie many yoa made?" he bezzlement waB allowed his freedom not as liable to be damaged where Star. use rails. The asked. on condition (bat be should make good these are In use and In addition there track rails are made of nickel "Aln" made none," said the other, within two 'moriths (he amount stolen Is an added lease of life to the wagTaking Him Down. ons. The change Is the outcome ot steel containing about 18 to 20 per drearily. and sbould abstain from drinking Itrown (very proud of his firstborni cent, of nickel, and they are inserted "What?" demanded the first friend. gambling "during the regulations made by the railway and Ah. even now m.v wife says lie Is Jut at desired points In the ordinary mag- "You been shooUn' all thiah time and. rest 'of his natural life." The slightest clearing house authorities, aad It la II';e me in many of his little ways! netic track for ooatroUlcg signals, aln' made none?" expected that no fewer than about 0 tnfracUon would render'him liable to a Kiuith igravelyi I hope she corrects brakes, etc., from the vehicles. "dead" buffer trucks will be ban"Yesh," Bald the other, witk some For ten months' sentence. A 'laborer. ished. London him for It. light railroads, the whole of the track "I aln' made none. An' leraee may be formed from these rails, which tell you, I been sbootln' for you, toq found guilty of assault, was released under similar conditions. Lore, hope, fear, falth-thc- se make do not affect the action of the weak and you aln' made none eltherl" humanity, these are Its sign and uote electric 'current used In controlling Ike ii nd character. is the time to subscribe Drowning. Want BclMtlSc Americas. 4ur wimwrs A InrRo p:irt ( 11 J Companies We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere iu the U. S. A. 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OrcbeMral and vocal music dtt t ROOM FRICES -- With running water Mel private toilet $1 per day With private bath MM heavy."-Wnshlug- tuu V to $340 par thy Wrtk private bath ic large) nipla reen ft talsJMiMPkW. laVMfavf ZM ! 9mu bfdquaU!a VI fkM aVWtltavlb while ia LottW 60,-00- Iwajre be a wekoeoe guest. Tlt-BI- Now a44F Subscribe Today Wait Ms. BfiK .Riwtt GLIMPSE OF MARVELS TO BE SEEN AT THE HUGE PANAMA- PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915 ft Copyright, 11)14, by Panamu.-Pac.ll- lc International Exposition Co. PANAMA-PACIFIC Tha photograph was taken in Juno. THE TROPICAL SOUTH GARDENS OF THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO This panorama reveals some of the brilliant nrchltcctnrnl phases of tlio great Exposition which will open on Feb. 'JO, 1015. On the left la the colossal glass dome of the liennllful Palace nf Horticulture rising almost 200 feet and more than 150 feet In diameter. On the right Is the Brent Palace of Liberal Arts, while still further to the right may be seen the steel framing of the great Tower of Jewels, which will be !."" feet In height In the foreground ornamental palms and shrubs from distant corners of the globe have found a new home in California. Whole World Is Planning to Visit the Greatest of . One of the Many Great Exhibit Palaces Mow Completed For the Panama-Pacifi- I Universal Expositions at Which Uncle Sam e c WiS International Exposition, ban rrancisco,1910 Celebrate the Opening of the Panama Canal. Exposition, which opens the' world millions of people are planning to visit the Panunia-PaclllHallway mid steamship agents report extraordinary ndvnnce bookings. San Francisco. THItOUOnoUT are planning low round trip rates, with privileges of routing never before enjoyed. And while millions are prepurlngMo visit the vast Exposition, which opens on Feb. L'O, 101.", preparations for the Exposition itself are far advanced, and It has nttalued a stage of development uneiiialed by any universal celebration in the history of the world. The vast exhibit palaces are completed, and the Installation of the world's marvels has begun. This unparalleled progress Is not routined to the huge exhibit section, for the state and foreign sites and the great concession area, "the Zone," are being crowned by completed structure that leave no doubt as to the preparation made for this magnificent imposition. The coming Exposition Offers greater spectacles, greater beauty, wider education mid more captivating entertainment than any predecessor, and Instead of following precedents It has shattered them at every turn and has adopted Improvements on old plans that will make It a typical and really modern Exposition. Thirty-si- x foreign nations are participating, and the amounts appropriated run from the hundreds of thousands to the $1,500,000 of China and the $1.::00,000 of Argentina. The states have not lagged in accepting the Invitation will be repreto have their part in the glory of celebrating the completion of the Panama canal, and thirty-ninsented if the list remains as it stands. New York tops this list with $1,000,000. Contests will be offered such as have been seen In no other great assembly of humanity, and n few of the many that are drawing the visitors are: The around the world aeroplane race for $.'100,000 In prizes, the Xcw York to San Francisco motorboat race for $10,000. two harness horse racing meets for $227,000 In purses, yachting events for cups offered by King George V. of England and President Woodrow Wilson, the llrst world's polo tournament, i world's series baseball game and championships In every line of athletic sports. No phase of the Exposition is being neglected, and the railroads are doing their part by giving unprecedented rates with a limit of ninety days and every opportunity to see the wonders of the United States by special routing and side trips. e Copyright, COST, l'JM. Iy Panama Pucttlc Intormtlon.u ion ( NORTH TACADE OF THE PALACF 0 S350.4-15- . PANAMA-PACIFIC ITTS AND FFTAILITRCY; DIIIEN5I0NS, 451 BY 57D FEET; INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. Main Entrance to Palace of Machinery at -Pacific Panama- Internationa Exposition, 1915 South Portal to Palace of Food Products, -Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Panama- Portal In South Wa'l of Palace of Education, Panama-Pacifi- c E;:pr.?ition,San Francisco, 1915 Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition Co. photographer was stationed at the most northern of the three archea constituting the main western entrance to the palace and bis camera to the north. The huge columns cdorniug this entrance are of imitation Sienna and are In wunn contrast with the creamish gray of the "Travertine" plaster of which the walls are composed. The friezes ut the base of the columns and the spandrels above the archways of the vestibule are the work of the sculptor Hatg Patlglan. In architectural tyle the Palace of Machinery is early Koman. The architect la Clarence R. Ward of San Francisco. Copyright. 1914. by THE Copyright. l'JM. tiy Paminm-Puultl- u International Exposition Co. Entrance to a Vast Exhibit Palace at Panama-PacifExposition at San Francisco In 1915 ic doorway shown Is one of the lesser portals of this palace and the South Gardens and the southern end of the Fine Arta In Inlluence the portal Is early Italian renaissance. The twisted tinted Itoman columns have been given an eastern flavor by the application of contrasting colors In alternation, applied under the direcThe portal la over tion of Jules Ouerin. director of color of the Exposition. feet high. thirty feet In height. The outer wall of tho palace is sixty-liv- e THE InBeautiful Date Palm at the Panama-Pacif- ic ternational Exposition. Sa.n Francisco, 1915 Copyrlulit. 1014, by Panama-Pacifi- c International Exnosltlou Co, portal U probably tho most modern in feeling of any doorway to of the main group of exhibit palaces. The portal Is Italian In form and treatment, but much of the ornamentation Is of more recent origin. The photograph gives no Idea of the great dimenfeet In height to the tip of the ornasions of this portal, which Is sixty-si- x mentation surmounting the arch. The eagles above tho lino of pilasters of tho portal are six feet In height Tho Exposition palaces are constructed of grayish cream plaster In Imitation of Travertine marble. THIS HANDSOME BOOK EXPOSITION TO ALL ON PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL REGION MAILED AND PANAMA CANAL INQUIRERS FREE OF CHARGE Copyright. 114, by T International Exposition Co. of niS photograph shows the great western portal or eutrunce way me the hugo Palace of Food Products, Tho hair dome is known ns Half Dome of Vigor and 1h 113 feet In height. Hrilllaut riotous color are employed In tho mosaic In tbo vault of tho half dome, which was by Jules Querlu. America' most celebrated decorative artist. Panama-Pacifi- c HANDSOME book of sixty pages, Illustrated profusely In colors and giving detailed descriptions of tho Panama-Pacltl- c International Exposition to be held In San Francisco from Feb. 20 until Dec. 4, 1015, and of the Panama canal and the canal region, will bo mallod by International Exposition freo of chargo to all inthe Punaina-Puclllquirers. The booklet is Intended as n geueral guide to prospective visitors nud will also contain Information concerning tho great engineering Writo to tho Manager, tho rent which the Exposition Is to celebrate. International Exposition, ExKorean of Publications. I'anania-Paclll- c position building, San Francisco, for the booklet. A c Cops T Irtenuitlonul Exposition Co. rutin PH liy Pananiu-Pacl- n HIS Iteautlful date palm stands before tho southern facade of the great Through the planting of rare and beautiful Palace of Maehluory. shrubs anil trees from all parts of the world the Exposition ground have assumed the appearance of a semltroplcul paradise. TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS: Announcement :1 up-to-da- We are now in our new store and cordially invite you to call and inspect our mammoth line of f w DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES As we have carefully planned and carefully prepared this new and you will be well paid to line of AMniCC MCDPU AN nCDCMnADI C M and pay us a visit. watch this space We assure you it will be a pleasure to show you our line. CThanking you for all past favors Respectfully and trusting to be able to serve you in our new home, we are yours for low prices. It will benefit you and us. te UtrtNUADLt t HlH UlOt ED. F. ALEXANDER, ,. .1 nnH f. v. u. jvsuiruii aim auu, were dinner guests of Mr. and Wallace, airs. 1101 weaius Dummy. ivir. anil ivirs. w 1 w A , 1 Irvington, Ky. SWEETEST Snow Drift, First c GEN. VON FALKENHAYN. Minister of War of the German Empire. ft Do you know what composes a glorious time? Attend the Country Fair and see. Mrs. J. K. Hramlette, Evelyn anil Nell nramlette are visiting relatives at Little Ilend, I nd. Mrs. Abe Dowell has returned from a visit to John Marshall at Skillman. Mrs. () T. Marshall entertained to a watermelon cutting Thursday afternoon in honor of the tenth anniversary of the liirth of her grandson, Alton Marshall. Ten hoys were invited. A jolly time reported. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft and daughter, Maurine Ashcraft, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cowley at West Point. Mrs. J. C. Younger returned to her home in Louisville Saturday, after ,1m... vis.it with Mrs. K. It. Mc- sev-,.r- nl How To Give Quinine To Children. name given to an FKBRILINR Is the trade-marImproved Quinine. It la a Tasteless Syrup, pleasant to take and doea not disturb the stomach. Children take It and never know it Is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor cause nervousness nor ringing In the head. Try it the next time you need Quinine (or any purpose. Ask for original package. The name FBBR1XLNK ia blown in bottle. 25 cents. PUREST ONLY BEST! ) G000 WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Extra Fancy Self Rising Patent Bob White WAS FIRST LINER DE LUXE. Kaiser Wilholm der Qroase Suits Cost $1,000 Later Prices Reached 5,000. The Kaiser Wilhulni der Crosse, which at the outbreak of war was converted Into an armed cruiser mid which was sunk off the west ooasi of Africa by the I'.ritlsli erut.MT illah Flyer, was built In 1817 nt a cost of between $:!.()0().()K) mid $4.JMUH)i She wns "J(i feet Ion;;, 'i'l feet Iwam and 1 1,.".'!) She had an cro's totmagi' average speed of twenty-threknots and. according to the Nil vn I Annual, she was titled to carry an iiriuament of eight 3.! Ktms, four I." gnus mid fourteen machine guns. The liner was the llrst vessel to hare suits de luxe, consisting of parlor bedroom and bath, costing $l.mn) for the passage. The Innovation proved a great success, and the succeeding liners ran the price up to $2,000 and con. tinned after that until the limit was reached with the $.".J00 Imperial suits on the Vaterland mid the Itnperarnr Waiting. Kefugees arriving from intend by way of Folkestone told of one of tlielr number, a Frenchman, who, as soon as (lie boat left the wli irf at (Mend, took off Ills coat, vest ami limits mid. Hitting on a life preserver, sat down on the edge of the deck, nuitinu-In- s the whole trip In this costume. Asked what lie meant by such neliav-.o- r. he replied in Just one iMmpient f"i-l- . "Mines!" V 1 Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free frorn. adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations Prt& THP RAT. WITH THF I HAP HP RDPAfl ON ITI fill 1 1 liM.lasjBsssssssM. It Hardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky fln jsssnssssssssisssssssw Glothtan., Mr. and Mrs. llud Neafus, of Gustou, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. or Thur- - ever livivl was Jean Il. nrt, fimoan tambour major of the K::i-1- : X ip,i,:im One of his feat tv.la 'ay on !i:ieii 'btferent toned drums li.' si.iu time In so sit't and harmo nl'H.s a manner tint Instead of the lette. .'.e'f.'ilhu I'i'loar t'l it might have been tb,' effort wis that of :i novel Mrs V. J. I'iggott gave a inusicite ovpe.-teJ'riday afternoon in honor of Miss Lin-ni- e 11ml complete instrument. In playlnu Huswell.or Ilanliusburg; Mrs. Lewis lie kiksuI from one drum to the other inid .Mrs. Richards, of New Haven, wl!h such wonderful quickness that the eyes of the spectators could hardly Conn. follow the movement of his hands and J. II. Lex, of Louisville, spent Thursbody. day with his biother, Dr. U. A. Lex. Mansfield's Humor. Mrs. Mary Sippel has returned from Richard Jlansllelil's humor was ofCloverporl. ten misapprehended for conceit. Miss Kendall, of Webster, is the guest One night the company was playing of Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Chapiu. under a tin roof upon which a sudden Mrs Keltic Norton, of Hardiusburg, downpour of rain caused a terrltle clutter This startled Maustleld Into exis the guest of Mrs. Addie llrowu. claiming, "What's that noise?" "Ralu. reand Mrs. W. Graham have Mr. "Tell It to sir," was the answer. turned from a visit to friends in Clover-por- t. stop!" ordered the actor fiercely. -- Security optimistic the repubmade pubagency in Washington. Even Kmlliano Zapata, the Inconhlble and Irreconcilable leader of tho rebel forces of southwestern Mexico, has come Into the fold. The satisfactory settlement of the feud In Sonora between the followers of Governor Maytorena and Colonel Calloi removes tho possibility of this altercation glowing Into a revolt against the central government. Peace is now virtually established through out the entire country. A message from .Mexico City did not give any details of the agreement reacred between Zapata mid Carranzu except that the former had pledged himself to recognize the new govern ment. It is known that Zapata has been fighting for years to obtain agra rian reforms, and It Is thought that when, he was convinced that Carranza wus houoitly determined to bring tho fl loins. samo reforms to tho peoplo that he llig event. Country Hair September agreed readily to with him. She Was Prepared. 26. 35 and "I trust. Miss Tapplt." said the be- Zapata was in sympathy with Madero Miss Hva Carrigau entertained Satur- nevolent employer to his stenographer, on this score, hut reactionary Influday afternoon in compliment of "that you have something In reserve ences succeeded In separating the two men. Warren May and G. II. Wool-fol- for a rainy day." "Yes, sir," said the earnest young So Memory Reminds Us. Mi.ss It Aila Drury, of Iouisville, will woman. "I am going to marry 11 man Mackintosh," The little boy hud been whipped as return home this week. She has been mimed air back iih he could remember. New the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. II. l"oik Sun. That, we believe. Is tho ili man Dowell. her guest Mrs. Adelc CounilT ha-fher sister, Mrs. Crouch, of Louisville. Loreua and Willie SeUer, of Hawes-villare visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs Richard Sipes and children have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelt at liraudculiurg. Miss Viol.i l.ewi-- spent Monday in Louisville. .Miss Mary Smith, of Gustou, visited Mrs. L. Cox P'riday. Mi.ss .Mabel Adkius has returned home from Louisville. Mrs Ciowdcr Jolly, of Lodiburg, lias been visiting relativ. s in this place. Mrs. G. II. Woolfolk, of Pottsville, I'a., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren May, of Anaconda, Mont., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ilernilou. Miss Kilitli Dowell has returned to her home in Louisville, having spent three weeks with Miss ICvelju l.'ajne. Miss Mary Heron, of Mt. Pisgah, petit Smid ly with Miss Guedry Drain i FOR SALE One of the best farms within mm m m Watchful BETTER SITUATION IN REPUBLIC OF MEXICO Peace Once More Settles Over ids Country. A Wa.idjr.'u: ihly the nitist Jrasinjr. "iu,i: l.'.ililc dnt-n- - r wliu Washington, Aug. 31. throughout Mexico Is the estimate of the situation In lic expressed in a statement lic by the Constitutionalist B CContaining one hundred and fifty-fo(154) acres of land under good fence, in high state of cultivation. miles of Har- Well watered; within two and one-ha- lf 1 dinshnro- and two miles of HarneH. Seventv arrps in road. orass and clover: twentv acres in timber: on a ur o-oo- d I me vicmiiy mm 01 ar ww tiaramsourg. mm " m HARDINSBURG, have done irtuouflv, but thou excellest (hem all." I can not remember when she came into our family, and I am sure there was no one in all the connection who was more highly respected, or loved more truly by all the relatives, than she was. She had never been favored with good health. She was almost blind for years, and had severe illness almost every year of tier life. She was a true mother to her husband's children, and as devoted a wife us was ever known. In nil my wanderings of these many years, there were always two homes at Cloverport open to me at any time, Willis Noell's and John Keith's. Now the angel of death has visited them both. When we name over the families that you oud I knew lti Cloverport, when we were young, we see how many changes time can bring. The last Murray.has now moved awny, the name LuHcist has not beeu there for a good he said, "Many daughters while. It has been years since the name of Webb or Vest has been heard J. 0. BAKER, KENTUCKY Correction. Dear Mr Babbage:- - Please correct; mistake in last weeks paper, where you have second premium on boar undent; six months old, Thos Kennedy instead'J of John Kennedy, and also on sown one year old you have it first premium J. P. Kennedy, Instead of John Ken-t- j nedy, and you have it on best sow aixjj months old first premi.um J. P. Kennedy instead pf John Kennedy. You also have it wrong on second day, on best turn nlas R.nmp r!?, nnv era um, kira J. P. Kennedy instead of John Ken- nedy. You also left out Mrs. John Ken-ja- f nedy's reward on her chickens, She-- i celved first premium on best S. Drown Leghorn cock, and first pre mium on hens. Yours truly, John Km nedy, Harned, Ky. . 1 New-Yor- Mes-dam- k. Perfectly Plausible. Cautious Customer Itut if he's a Lexington, is visiting young horse, why do his legs bend soY Dunler Ah, sir. the poor animal has Jlr. and Mrs. Hate Washington. living In a stable Ilaidaway, of llcwleyville, was been hu's had to stoop!- too low for htm, Pierce Exchange. and in town Sattnday. Pa's Solution. Miss Dee II ashaiu, of Lodiburg, is the "Oh, papa." culled Willie excitedly, jjuest of .Miss Ater. there's n big black bug mi tfle celling." Mr. and Mrs. K. h. Smith aiid chil"All right, win," wild this professor, dren, of Gustou, spent Sunday with Mr. bimy with his osmiy; "step 011 It ami Logan Helm, of - mstmnary place. London Opinion. Rev. Mr. Bates Writes. It has been some time since I made nn effort to call up the memories of the past for your readers. The death of Mrs. Mary Noell, my aunt, will furnish an excuse for me to claim a little of your valuable space. Solomon might have meant her, when on your streets. The Pierces are gone, the Duncans are gone, except Henry's family, Miller and Hovlous are gone. Bates has not been a name in your town for a number of years. You will think of others that are gone or are fast disappearing. Some of these names are still heard among the colored people, but not among the whites. Many good people have come and goue, but you have had none better than Aunt Mary. I trust you will till be kind to the dear uncle during his few remaining days. On my last two or three ' vUtt$, when we retired tit night, my aunt would say, "Now Sum-nilread and pray with us. We may never meet again in this world." I wish that we might all bu as well pre pared for that long journey as she was. Her life ought to leave a benediction Sincerely yonrs, on Cloverport, e, 1 Sores, otter Rimidlu Wai'l The worst cases, no matter of bow long standla are curcu ujr tue wonueriui, old reliable Porter's Antiseptic Healing- Oil. It telk l'am tad Ileal at the tame time. 35c, (0c, L Cunt Old S. C. HATES. and Mrs. Durwood Wroe, Jtni't bother me." Alliens, O, Ahg, 20, 1014. '