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The Breckenridge news: September 9, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914090901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 9, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXIX BRIGHT, HAPPY i FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages COUNTY INSTITUTE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1914. try Association Organized. T IRVINGTON BUSY BRECKENRIDGE No. 10 MEETS FIVE DAYS ARMY OTAMERIGANS Two Hundred ' and Ninety-fou- r Mobelize on the Campus of C. H. S. and Will Engage Along the Frontiers'of Study Battles to and Decipline Eclipse 19131914. DECLARED MONDAY. The poultry breeders of Hardlnsburg FOR COUNTRY FAIR have organized n poultry association SCHOOLMENTION called the "Breckenridge County Poul try Association," and desires that every breeder of standard bred poultry In Has Splendid Meeting Here Sun Corn, Clover and Stock Club Brtckenridge county will enroll ai n Are Completing Arrangements day. Sunday Schools Have member of the association. The association will hold Its first show about For Two Community Show Good Reports. County Presithe first of December, l!ll4, at which Days Week After Nex- t- Make dent Speaks. time permanent officers will be elected and by laws adopted. Any one desiring Entries This Week. to be enrolled as a member will write OFFICERS P. M. Beatd or D. D. Dowell, Har DATES SEPT. 25 AND 26. dinsburg, Ky. FOR 1914-1- 5 May AT THE BUSY COUNTY CAPITAL Last Day One Hundred and Forty Teachers Answer Present. All the Progressive Educational Movements of the Day Presented and Discussed. Agricultural, Health and Moonlight Schools Popular Subjects. INSTRUCTORS e PLEASE ATTENTIVE LISTENERS given an opportunity to present their requests and they were very successful. Miss Mary Ogilvie, who is following the line of work becun bv the "Health Car," vividly depicted the horrors of, tne dreaded " White Plague." The Hon. J. D. McFarrlan. of Louis. ville gave a splendid address admon ishing the parents to neglect their busi ness In any way except neelectlne the education of their children. "The Moonlight School" campaign, was presented by Prof. Roy McCoy. Wednesday was Trustees Day and a number of the faithful few were present. Thursday the opening exercises wer3 conducted by Prof. Dickey, of Bowling Green, in a way to be remembered by all. That big kou! man, Dr. Dickey, Is capable of delivering such an address and he alone. After recess was the.treat, a wonderful talk on agriculture by Prof. Chas. D. Bohannon of the State Agricultural School at Lexington. He showed the way to make a rag baby corn tester. How to test the quality of milk was WAR Charter Boat Next Time Greater than all the armies assetn bled at C. H. S. were those called Monday morning when the parties to the triple alliance (boys, yirls and the teachers) and the triple entente, reading and writing and arithmetic, were brought into the war between Know ledge and Ignorance. Primary, the little regiment of the school, headed by Miss Julia Wroe, was a wonder. Every little soldier was six Ask the entire so and you will hear. I am six I was six last June. I am just six. He was six yesterday. Tomorrow Harry will be six too. Latest figures prepared show that .Miss L:nora Mc Oavock's army in time of peace regis ters 33. Miss Margaret Cowherd's room leads all the rest both in happiness and war footing. There were 79 Intermediate boys and girls happy to see each other again. Miss Margaret Wroe and Mr. J A Marshall have a combined force of IO4 in the higher classes of the graded school. Their pupils are all available for actual service and could be called on In any energency Prof. Meador and Prof. McCoy have 28 In high school, not a stupendous number, but well drilled, thoroughly disciplined and hardened by a number of years in this great educational war, With the opening song" America" the word of Truth read by the Rev. W. C. Frank, and the Rev, Cottrell, Mr. J,C Nolte, Mr. Marion Weather holt, and Mr. Leonard Oelze, making a few remarks the soldiers started off to war with the American flag flying Its colors bravely. Prof. McCoy, the superintendent, Is sure to have a triumphant year. He has the respect of the teachers and pupils, the loyalty of patrons and 'his own energy and experience to make this a victorious war for the triple alliance. Every preparation has been mace to keep the little soldiers strong and able to hear the burdens of school life. The building and grounds have been made ready for brilliant 'work. New desks, other improvements new installed. Hard lessons will be easily taken prisioners and peace will be de clared sometime next May. well-pape- r, Dear Mr. Babbage:- - Enclosed please flr.d check lor $1 00 for cards printed in July, also accept thanks for your in our Tar Springs hay ride. Next year I think I shall charter a boat and all of us make a two davs journey to Louisville and take in the city together. Your friend, Fred D. Pierce, Sept. 3. 1014. I Henderson Route Notes. 'If Lincoln Were Alive Today" is an attractive post card mailed with compliments of the traffic department of the L., H. &St. hi R. R. Company. The card is interesting because Abraham Lincoln and the Henderson Route both being products of Kentucky. The arrangement and material are neat and of best quality which is characteristic of all the work conducted in the traffic department. Prom the general passenger department of the L., H. & St. L., came a unique advertisement of the $5.00 rate to St. Louis over Labor Day. These were tacked up and scattered broadcast. One young woman said every place she looked one loomed up and she wanted to tear them down because her rival lived in St Louis. Low rates are frequently given 011 the Henderson Route and the next will be the Kentucky State Pair. "7s FOUR MENJRRESTED By Deputy The District Sundry School Convention held in the Lucilc Memorial church Sunday was n great help and pleasure to every Sunday school worker present. W. D Smith, county president of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, made n talk of true enthusiasm at the morning session. Mr. Smith is a .splendid man for the place and he has in this work and no one could fail to with htm in building up the Sunday Schools of the county. While here Mr. Smith was entertained at the home, of Mrs. Marion Smith. He is a brother of Dr. Smith. Mi-- s Francis L. Grigsby, State Secretary for the Association, gave a beautiful bible story entitled: "The Great Teacher" and in the afternoon addressed the convention on all the departments of Sunday School work. Miss Grigsby was the guest of Miss Louise Ilabbage, who was secretary. The afternoon session was in charge of Mr. Ira D. lichen, the District Presifor 1914-1dent, who was Reports in a most interesting way by the Rev E. O. Cottrell, Ilaptist; Miss Eloise Nolte, Methodist; Mr. W. I.Taul, Mt. Pisgah; the Rev. L. L. Waggonest, Dunham Chapel; Mr. Herb Cauley, Tates Chapel; Mr. Emmett Kdmondson, United Brethren. Prof. McCoy very kindly read the minutes of the last meeting and Miss Nora Driskell spoke a few minutes about dis trict work. Miss Driskell was delight fully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Con rad Sippel. 5 Society, farmers and townspeople at Hardlnsburg, Ky , Sept. many places are interested in the ar(Special) Seventy-fivrangements of the Country Fair to be teachers headed by J. held at Irvington week after next. En- W. Trent, the efficient County Supertries are being made this week and all intendent, assembled In the court room acreage must be entered by September Monday at 10 a. m. for a five das meeting. The devotional exercises were IS, next Tuesday. Every arrangement Is being made for conducted by the Kev. Hunt, and Miss agricultural display, the live stock Ida B Marr was elected secretary. show, the automobile show, and the Supt. Trent so cordially welcomed the floral and domestic booths. Irvlngtou instructors, Prof. Williams and Mrs. is busy ge.ting ready, and while there Roemer and the teachers, that all felt are only a half dozen, who are really perfectly free and at ease. responsible, the whole town has the Teaching Not a Stepping Stone. spirit and the Country Fair is bound to Prof. Williams rendered an excsllent be a success. address on "The Vocation of Teach. ' Mrs. Balls Speaks Sheriff M. H. Beard Mrs. Mary E. llalis, of Athens, Ohio, For Stealing Jewelery From gave a splendid talk about the Methodist Sunday School of that city. Hie a Rockvale Home. Among men's class there numbers 900. Si if Frank Miller, Wilbur Johnson, Eddie Fiunegan and Mike Aubrey were arrested by Deputy Sheriff M. H. Beard near Kockvale List week 'for breaking into the residence of Mrs. G. Summer schein, bister of Rev, J. Knue, at McQuady, and carrying off a lot Jt jewelery and other personal effects of Sirs. They Summerscheln valued at $o0, were tried before fudge Dowell and held over to the October term of court. They are now in jail. This addition makes twelve prisoners in the hands of Jailor Meador, ten white ana two colored. the many good things which 'she gave was that parents should go to Sunday School with their children. Another was to take pains to greet all visitors and strangers at Sunday School. Mrs. llalis is a lovely woman and her visit to Cloverport was a pleasure to many. Messrs. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt and llyron Whitehead took a liberal collection for the Association at the close of the meeting. is !:' Renewal From Mrs Parker. My dear Mr. Babbage: I send enclosed my subscripone dollar for renewal-o- f tion to The Breckenridge News. I look foward each week with a great deal of pleasure to the arrival of your interesting paper. Hoping you are all well in dear old Cloverport, Very truly yours, Sallie M. Parker, The Northum berland, Washington, D. C. August, 31, IOI4. BIG SPRING. Miss Sue Board has returned to Louisville after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Talbott. Miss Leah Meador is with her sister, Mrs. T. C. Williams, at West Point. Mrs. Frank Hllf spent several days with Mrs. Ovid Ulankenship, near Vine Grove. Misses Vogt have returned to Jef Qovenor McCreary being unable to represent Kentucky in the celebration fersonville after a visit with their sister, of the centennial of the star spangled Mrs. C. B. Witt. B. S. Clarkson returned from banner to be held In Baltimore, Mary Mr. Mercer Chosen. and, September IS, has designated Claud Mercer, Colonel on his Staff, to represent the State on that occasion. The governors of all the States have been Invited to attend and all have accepted, Those governors who are un able to attend designate some member of his respective staff to represent the chief executive of his respective state. Col. Mercer accepted the appointment and will attend. Friday. Miss Maud Scott is at Vine Grove. B. S. Clarkson, Mrs. H. H. Kemper, Mrs. Martha Clarkson and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Clarkson attended the funeral of Mr. Jess Talbott ut Elizabeth-tow- n Saturday. Delma Witt, of Indiana, spent Wednesday with Dr. C. B. Witt. Rev. Penniclc, Mrs. Pennlck and chil- Mrs. C. C. Brock, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. James McCoy. Miss Winnie Paul, of Hardin Springs, is the guest of Mrs. M, Crume. Dr. Earl Moorman, who is located at Jackson, Ky., lu home for a short visit. Miss Beulah Payne, of Bewleyville, and Miss Angle Gibson, of Irvington, were guests of Miss Bessie B. Weather-for- d this week. Misses Eva Alexander and liettie Pile, of Custer, are with their aunt, Miss Eliza Pile, at Mook. J. F. Stinnett is visiting his sister, Mrs. Leaf, in Toblnsport.. ' Miss Annie Mildred Smith, of Garfield, and Miss Mildred Smith, of Louisville, were guests ot Mrs. H. B. Moorman part of last week. Guy Butler, who has been visiting Miss Nettle Hardraan at Lexington, has relumed home. The Ice cream supper here last Saturday night was quite a success in every way. Thirteen dollars was cleared, which will be. used in painting the school-house. ing." Manv regard teaching as a Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Payne, of stepping stone to something better. Germautown, visited his parents in "This is the wrong idea," he said, "the only step one can take in this is to step Rev. R. Leslie will preach at the down." Teaching was the highest pro fession in life and he did not accept the Haptist church' Sunday. Quite a number from here attended ministry. Prof. Williams made every the burial of Robert Norton last Tues- one feel they were glad they were day at the New Hope burying ground teachers. He Is a scholarly man and near West View. He was a good useful every time he spoke something good citizen and will be sadly missed in his was said . Reading Most Important. community. He leaves a wife, one son and two daughters besides a host of Mrs. Roeraer's first great message also given by him. relatives and friends. was: "Primary Reading." The im Devotional and Musical. Miss Bessie B. Weatherford is visiting portant thing for a child is to be started The Rev. L. L. Dver and the Rev. her grandmother, Mrs. Board, at Gar- right in reading. Mrs. Roemer, U one of the best model primary teachers of R. T. Laslie conducted two devotional field. services which were very helpful to all. Kev. L. L. Dyer will preach his last Bowling Green. She presented a mod Mrs. Lennon had charge of the inel reading class and gave several illus- sermon at the .Methodist church here tiatiousof her metnods In teaching stitute music and her work was dseply the second Sunday In September. tile child the word run, she had tiiem appreciated. The Misies Gardner rento run a race of several steps and aked dered in an excellent wayajins classical them what they had done. Their ins music, and ths Misses Brown aho gave pieces. wer was "run." whriih was put on the o:ne splendid instrumental board in a duzen wajs. The running MUs Delia Kincheloe, whose engage made them remember the word. Sh ment to Mr. Russell R. Corapton has impressed the fact that children sho Id been announced, s.ing sweetly WedThe thing that goes the most way be taught the thought of reading and nesday afternoon. Toward making life worth while; The annual musical treat from Miss to tell what thought they got from That costs the least and does the mo-iteach sentence. Mrs. Roemer also held Hannah Beard was given Thursday Is just a little rtMii.K. The Institute feels it could a model class in primary arithmetic, afternoon. Hardlnsburg without hearing not leave Teach children the one fact that 4 and her sweet voice. Miss Nellie llurk, after a delightful 5 make 9 every place they see it, in Large Enrollment. visit to relatives in liirmitighaiii, Ala., hundreds and thousands; then it will lias returned to her home. Thursday when the roll was called not be necessary to stop to count on one hundred and forty voices answered, Will Smith, from Tyre Hill, III., spent the fingers. The excellent Instructor the largest number enrolled for many from Saturday until Monday with Jese jnlso gave a model class iu primary years previous Supt. Trent made the Isom and family. closing address to the instructors, language. teachers anil visitors and everyone apMrs. Hli F. Thomasou ami son Charpreciated his kind words. Mrs. Weaver Present. les, from Gleudale, Ky., have beeu the Prof. Williams Talks. Mrs. Weaver spoke on Woman's Sufguests of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Lewis. frage, also presented the subject; "The Among the subjects handled by Prof. Miss Nellie Noble of Leavenworth, Community League." She so urgently Williams were: The Preparation of the I ml , after a visit here, went to New advised organization of the parents into Teacher, How to Attain a Position, Albany, I nil where she is the guest of and the First Day of school interests. School, The School a Factor In Orrelatives. Messrs. Roy McCoy, Logan Hicker-soganization, and the Value of a Vision. Luther Satterfield and Mrs. Satterfield J. J. Robison, representatives of They were given during the five days spent from Saturday until Monday in several helpful school journals, were of one of the best institutes ever held In Breckenridge county. Louisville Joe Allen and sou Sam were in Louisville Saturday. Misses Agnes McGill, Mary 15. and Catherine Johnson, of Louisville, are guests at the home of Miss Bmelitie Lewis. Miss Jessie May Pate and Leah Hendricks, from Clover Creek, spent last Friday with Mrs. Reme Pate. Gerome Rice, from Kvausville, Ind., brother-in-laof Mrs. Win. Mullen, is $5.20 Patent Flour, per barrel enjoying a visit at her home. 65c Mrs. Douglas Williams, of Louisville, Per 24 pound sack is here and stopping at the home of Mrs, $4.80 Golden Grein, per barrel Martha Noble 60c On the sick list are Mrs. Wm. Per 24 pound sack Will Morton, Mrs. Henry $1.06 Bolted Corn Meal, per bushel Mattingly, Mrs. Len Taul, Mrs. Reme Pate and Mrs. Kliza Allen. 53c Per sack g. HILL ITEMS -- , McQuady M Ming Co. Sells for CASH ONLY Shipstuff in 400 lb. lots or more, per ton Shipstuff in single Hundreds, per cwt. $30.00 $1.55 Lawson's Sale. The public sale of the personal pro perty of the late W. G. Lawson was held In the home place last Saturday. Chris Ahl was the crier and Judge D. D, Dowell was the clerk. There was a good crowd present and every thing Bold brought Its value. Cows and ca,lves brought $50 to $63, two heifers a an,d 3 years old $106, 20 bead lambs $118, 9 stock hogs $100, 300 busheis wheat at $1.01. Horses sold for $100 to $126. Vr Ahl said it was the best sale he ever made. Notice. Impossible to give accounts of Sun. day dinner parties. News. The Breckenridge Dr. J. W. Meador and Mrs. Meador, Misses Bettle Pile and Eva Alexan week. were visitors of his niece, Mrs. H. 13. derare visiting at Mook. R. S. Dowell was la Louisville last Moorman, Tuesday. Dr. Meador has Mrs. Richard Adkisson is visiting her week. had a monument erected at his moth- mother, Mrs. O. F. Lyons. Alex Gray and Forest Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 'Jenkins spent er's grave in the Scott burying ground. Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Dick Black and daughter, Miss Ora went to Garfield on business Thursday. Willie and Marvin Harrington went Dowell. Black and Mr. and Mm. Wilbur Pile to Hardlnsburg on business Monday, Ulankenship Is visiting her son, were In Louisville Sunday. Mrs. Irvine Mercer, of Rosetta, visited Mr. and Mrs Ben Brulngton, of Free Ovid Ulankenship, near Vine Grove. dom, have moved to his grandmother's, James Harrington Sunday. R. Bennett and family moved to Mrs. MUtouri Uruington. Notice Illinois this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Payne are expectI hereby notify all persons having Cliff Gray was In Irviugton Sunday. ed here this week. Mr, Payne will take claims against T. S. Harger,, deceased, Several from here attended the tent charge of his father's farm. to present them to me by the 2nd day of Miss Nell Cash man was Ihe week meeting near Rosetta this week. November, 1914,' Also all persons knowStunley Gray called on Eva Alexaning themselves indebted to T. S. Harger, end guest of Mr. and Mrs, Milt Davis. Mrs. V. W. Smith, of Garfield, was a der Sunday, will please come forward and settle by J, E, Lucas, the hog buyer, bought visitor at Mrs. James McCoy's last the 2ud day of November, 1914. and sold some nice hogs last week. II. E. Prymlre, Administrator week. dren spent several days at Custer last Wo prepay froight on all shipments oxecoding 400 lbs., in weight to all stations on tho Henderson Route and on the M., II. & E. railroads. Prices Good for Ten Days Beginning Sept. 1st. Kindly lot us lmvo your order for 400 pounds or more. Writo us for particulars. 39" When ordering do not forget that tho CASH MUST ACCOMPANY TIIK ORDKR. THE MILL THAT SAVES YOU MONEY McQuady Milling Co 9 I m McQuady, Ky. i A AA am tl!444A AAAAAAAl afcaaTaaaSaafc i STIRRING STORES OF PLUCK, VALOR III THE .WAR I HID TRAGEDY Thrilling Episodes of the Battlefield and Unusual HEWS 1 Touches Humor Relieve Grim Picture of Europe's of Awful Conflict. Incidents. diiy'n cllstKmhes from lirliiK Htorlw of bravery EACH fort on the Main tell how Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse, the emperor' brother-in-law- tied, with tdlk French, rtelglnn aikf Swiss llags, rushed about the pier, cheering for the ttlllcd armies. Near the gangway a handsome young French reserve olllcer was supporting his wife In his urms "I don't nsk you to stay," she cried oh. Jean, coino In Kngllsh, "hut-o- h, bails to me!" He kissed her with set face, oaylng nothing, and when the Insistent bugles summoned all passengers ashore lie released her arms gently and then, turning from her, plunged Into the crowd on the gangplank nnd was lost The woman stood where she had been. Presently the man appeared on tho first cabin deck. She moved to tho pier rail, nnd so the two stood until the steamship took him away. September Birthday Gifts in Sapphire Settings Beautiful SapphireRings Exquisite Sapphire Pins For Sale International Hay Baler, Mowing Machine, Hay Tedderand other farm tools. Will take in exchange baled hay Mc-Cormack Hat Pins, Tie Clasps, Watch Charms Those dear little or straw. P. JYl. couniKc In tin? face of dentil. There arc also Morlw of unusual Incidents and here and there lilts of humor. Some of the liext of these stories lire hero Riven: In his account, of the IlKhtlliK about Clmrlcrol the 1'iirls onesionilent of c the Iiiuhin Chronicle tells of sin Incldt'iit. Ileferrlnc to the capture of a liaud of uhlans at the piti of Coiirtral hy a iletaclmient of Trench (.'hasHcnrs, he sajs: 'Their chief olllcer whs found to lie Lieutenant Count von Schwcrlii. a nephew of (he knlser. The commander years old nnd has Is only twenty-livbeen urn tried only neven months. The olllcer commanding the I'lench detachment found that l he count's sword was a present from the emperor himself nnd bote an Inscription to that effect on the blade. The count's saber, belt and helmet were taken to St. Oueii and presented to the wife of the olllcer who made the capture. The sword was blood Nlulnecl nnd Its point twisted." of the London The coriespomlent Times semis the following under n Inter-cstln- the l:ittloih'ld and mini , while leading hU regiment during a recent battle, seized a Hag from the hands of the wounded Hag bearer and carried It on to victory. Joke on Eve of Battle. refugee who saw some of the lighting on the ISelglari frontier said the llrllish soldiers were extraordinary beA Oddities In the News. Recrbolitn Tree, EngIs serving ns comland's mander of a special squad of forty volunteer policemen recruited from among London Thespians. They nro on duty Sir Herbert actor-manage- r, Friendship Circles the newest things for gifts to friends. Anything you want, have or will order it for you. I BEARD, : Hardinsburg, Ky. ings. "They went Into battle smoking their pipes." he said. The coolness nnd nerve of the Ilrltlsh soldier on the tiring line are the subject of a cable message to the Central New of London: "The Ilrltlsh troops went to their positions silently but happily. There was no singing because It was forbidden, but as the men deployed to the trench- - from midnight to 4 n. in. To end hostile demonstrations a woman shopkeeper of Islington married nn Englishman, nnd "Jenkins" has replaced "Hoggesbatt" above the shop. After being on terms of warmest out friendship for years, twenty-twof thirty men employed by nn export firm in London have left to fight In the different armies. Six nro lighting for Germany, eight for France, four for Uussla. three for Austria nnd one for England. Itaudsnian lllake. the English boxer American sporting writers to the contrarywas arrested In Uindon ror speeding Ills motorcycle. "I was In a hurry to enlist." he told tho court He was discharged. Ger-man o WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son Glen Dean, Ky. T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. SHERIFF'S SALE. j Change Schmidt to Smith. Naturalized German Loudon are taking unusual precautions against possible boycotts. The following notice posted on a bakery In Soho is being copied by other dealers: "Two hundred and fifty dollars reward will lie given to any charitable Institution upon the discovery by any person of adulteration in tlie bread sold In In Tarls date: "Near Clmrlcrol I heard some stories of the bravery of the French soldiers. The (iermans were bombarding the city. The French troops made what miHiunted to n mediaeval sortie, but, finding the enemy In much greater force than was expected, were compelled to withdraw. The bombardment continued relentlessly, where-ukithe French Turcos, picked troops from Algeria, debouched from the town and, with a gallantry which must Biire- u shopkeepers "God bless our king nnd country. The proprietor of this business wishes to Inform the public that he Is n natural- - this establishment. I'lioto by American Press As.sochitlon. ritisr.'cu ttr.s"i:visT having ooodiiv es there were sallies of humor In the dialect) of the various Knglisb. Irish and Scotch counties. The cockney was there witii iptips about 'I'nele 15111,' m! every Irishman who went Into the tiring line wished he had money to buy little Irish horse tn that lie might 'take a skip at the uhlarw.' "As for the cavalry, the officers declare, their charges against tile Ceriums were superb. They charged as berserks might h ive done. They gave the uhlans the surprise of their lives." Eoroe.? of Gurabianen. The St Petersburg Novne Vremya publishes an account of what It terms Photo by American Press Association, the memorable charge of the Kiisslan am iimmr.uT iii:i:i;hohm thef, enolisii horse guards at Giunhiuiicn In the reACTOli, SOW A VVAIt rOfclCEMAN. cent lighting. In which the Ized British subject of many years' were victorious It says: "The Germans held a position in u standing and his loyalty Is equal to small village from which they were that of any of Ids most gracious inaj pouring a murderous fire on the litis-shi- esty's subjects, whom ho treats and troops. Cavalry was ordered to inspects as man to man." silence tile guns. The first squadron Cue German baker In south London rode straight at the battery, which, tir- whose name was "Schmidt" promptly ing point blank, mowed down the Rus- changed It to Smith." sian ranks, frightfully annihilating the Fought In Bare Feet. sijuadron The second squadron followed fast and would have shared I.e Matin of Palis relates that on the the same fate except that at tile crit- arrival of a train bringing woundeij ical moment a third squadron rushed Senegalese rlllemeu nearly nil on to tlie enemy from the Hank, sasmoking tuiiously from long bered the gunners and routed the porcelain pipes taken from the eiiemj whole Gernnti force." and indifferent to their wounds Though their arms and bodies arc Carnage at Altkirch. hacked bv sabers, the Senegalese com Invalided A private, .lean Martin, plain ot nothing but the obligation ti. home, tells l.e Matin how the French going InU He tiuhl with shoes 011. ltefore look Altkirch, in Lower Alsace they slyly lid Ilium battle at I'lrii-lei'o-i says: "Alter whole days of maneuvering selves of these Impi diluents and eaint German footwear to we came near Altkirch. commanded bj !i k shod avoid punishment for losing equipment We advanced a ridge of the Vosges A colonial irooner aiming the wound our regiment, being In the center, nnd ed brought to Fails from the front deour artillery was blazing away. In:, When we reached the top wo saw clined that he felt nothing when shell until he at our feet a slope covered with culti- anii was shot off by saw it lying on the ground. Not being vated fields At the foot of the decllv lty were station and town. What a uble to bear the thought or leaving it. descent that was In skirmishing order as he expressed It. us "meat for tlu among the potatoes and beets! What Prussian dogs," he picked It up and ran several yards with It beforu he was music accompanied usl Bullets whis tling from nil sides! Grand Dieuxi overcome What whistling that was! A Human Stable. "We continued to advance u::der a The Cirque de Paris, where the hall of bullets. Then 'charge' sounded. The whole brigade dashed forward crowd or Belgian refugees has grown with bayonets fixed, The enemy aban to L'.ruX), lias taken on the aspect of a doned their positions and retired. That human stable. The Hours of the wide foyers are all covered with straw. evening we slept at Altkirch. my com One of the refugees. Mine. Agnes pany being In tlie cemetery." Itourssault of Will ken rncdt, In telling Dramatic Farewells. her story of the flight from Belgium Something or tlie pity or war's part-lug- s said: "I have lost-mhusband and brother of families was brought home to New York with the sailing of tin who died In the noble cause, and now French Line steamship France for you sue me nlone with my live chll under Havre with an) French ami Swiss re- dren The greatest suffering servists nnd a handful of French army went wns from hunger. Wo could get olllcers on their way to the front from hardly anything to eat for three days Tlie plef echoed with except South America little stale bread." Georges .lust, a lesinuriiiit keeper, ol the wild abandon of Latin enthusiasm Women clung to the iieclis Chenee told this story: "When nnd grief of husbands and brother leaving for the Germans approach my wife the homeland to fight against the Ger nnd I lied across the river Into I. lege mans Children tn'il clinging ut ihoir .lust berore they enteted there we left klleeM, storing ilnzi-d- . "Never shall I forget the sights we ubollt will e (a tlicr and mother nlteruately euugln saw along the roadside, where mnltl them to tlicl: lated corpses and wounded and dying them up. pressing breasts Klcwhcre young mun. iiiiimu It re wed our pathway " n wen-foun11 11 y 1 11 j- a execution No. 648, di to me, winch issued from the Clerk's office of Breckinridge Circuit Court, in favor of Flora Auberry against Crafton Auberry I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday the 28th day of September, 1914, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., 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 casts, $575. "A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Itreckin-ridg- e and State of Kentucky, on the waters of Harris Fork Creek of Rough Creek and ljounded as follows: Beginning at two black oaks, J. Matthews corner; thence K. 176 poles to a sugar tree and beech on a branch, J. Matthews N. IS corner; thence down said branch with its meanders 91 poles to a hickory. docunnd ntut ml-- ,, cM thence W. 220 poles to a black oak and hickory; thence S. 86 poles to the beginning, contiiuing ioi: acres, more or less. It being tlie same laud conveyed to Craftou Auberry by Patsey A. Simmons and ethers, and recorded in Deed Book 59, page 486, levied upon as the properly of Crafton Auberry." Terms: Sale will be made on a credit of siJ mouths, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a judgment. A. T. Beard, S. B. C. Hy virtue of rected Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 t, Business Men and Shoppers B..JH.ill-.i.k- . KENTUCKY STATE FA SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harness Stak Student' Judging Contest $1,000 Rond.ter Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Horses. Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY "BATTLE OF MEXICO" F.rC4Ul.gu. andEntiy Blade j'liiNoi: i'i:i:ii:iiick ciiaui.us, who took I'l.AOl! Of V(IUNI)i:i) I'LAIl Ill'AIIElt. ly live lii history, charged the Cerman battery. iMyonclting all the Cerman gunners Their losses. It Is said, ex ceeded tho.c of the llsbt brigade at ltalaclava. or a liattudon only 10) men. It Is reported, returned unscathed Their In avery. however, was power In- less against Cerman advauie. which ncit foot by foot through the outskirts ur Cliarlerui to the very heart of tile (own "Theie in the narrow streets the A French In was indescribable fniitrym.ni mid me that the roads lie came u Jamiiiel with dead that the killed remained standing uprluht wher.-the;liut. supor!ed by thel! had dead comrades." Outside an Inn was to be seen the dead figure of a German officer with Ills head bowed over n basin and soap lather dry upon Ids face, where lie had been shot In the act of washing There was aimther who lay across a table, wlille a cup of coffee which lie bad been in the net of raising to ills lips ut the i tient when found him hiy broken on the gruuud I car-lingb-- en . Chamberlain's Liniment. If iou are ever troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the muscles, you will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. Many sufferers from'rheumatism aud sciatica have used it with the best results. It is especially valuable for lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. THE ERA Reduced Railroad Rates Addr. J. L. DENT, Secretary, 70S Paul Jones Budding, LOUISVILLE, KY. Men i and To sell the most remarbable bargain in the magazine world this year. OF GLASS. "Jlur-iwi- e i of Iron." A travelei ai living at Paris from Charlerol was ji witness of part of the lighting at that place lie Mild: "1 was at Foreiix, fifteen miles from Kniuellnes This region Is covered with a thick growth of tres. From "where I was stnlinued I could see the passing for hours of column after col unni of German Infantry. They were mibjcctcd to a vei liable hurricane of Iron from the French artillery, and they went down by the dozen. Nevertheless more came forward to take the places of the Main " Ptincc Dies a Hero. Hcrlln newspapers are tilled with stories or how prominent German oil! How cers fell on the huttlellolds Prince Frederic Willi.un or l.lppu died In the lighting before I.Sege Is dincrlb-cIn a dispatch received from the lieiubuaiters of the German army The prince's Infantry regiment was mirroumlisl by the Helglans under the walls or Mege. and he was struck by two bullets while standing among Ills men The bullets took effect In the j.flnco'H neck, nnd as ho fell ho cried, grasping the regimental Btaudard, "Save the Hag!" Wounded KoldlerH arriving at Frank It May Come After Our Iron Ore Deposits Are Exhausted. The Iron ore deposits of the world are being rapidly exhausted, and the time Is not far distant when we will have to get along without Iron and steel. Before that day arrives some substitute for these valuable things will have to be round, and It has been suggested ,y a scientist familiar with the subject that the logical successor will be glass. Glass can be made to meet nearly all the requlicr.ients of Iron and steel and with Improved methods of munufae-lurwill be a great deal cheaper. There Is an abundant supply of the materials from which glass Is made, and long before Iron reaches tho obsolete stage it Is more than likely that glass will be onu of Its strongest com u Regular Price Evepybody's $1-50 Women Delineator Total, - $1.50 ) ( Both $2- - to the same Wanted A monthly-salar- $3.00 address petitors. The cblff fault With glass and liberal coruaiission on each order. Snlaries run up to $250.00 per month, depending on tho number of orders. This work can be done in your spare time and need not conflict with your present duties. No investment or previous experience necessary. We furnish full equipment free. Write for particulars to Is Its but It Is possible even now to produce a grade of glass which can stand a great deal of hard usage und serve many of the purposes for which Iron Is employed. Tho progress of Invention Is bound to evolve a quality of glass which will be us strong und durable us Iron and transparent 11s well. The use of glass will effect a great In Hunltary conditions. improvement The building of the future, according to this scientist, will have Its walls, ceilings. Uoois. siiultary fixtures and almost everything else made of glass. Exchange. THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING CO. 326 Hudson Street New York Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.. "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint. One dose of this remedy checked the trouble, writes Mis. C. W. Florence, Kockfield, Ind, For sale by all dealers. - Biggest and Best ELK'S Daviess County FAIR October 7, 8, 9, lO OWENSB0RO, KY. Over $7,000.00 i;iveii in premiums nnd purses. information Write for catalogue and FRANK A. CANNON, Secretary BELGIANS HELPED The MAKING AN EPIGRAM. OLEANDERS OF BERMUDA. In Summer Tim They Fairly Run Riot Over the Islands. Back In the fifties, when Anthony Trollopc held n roving commission as postolllce Inspector for the British government, he visited Bermuda, then prnctlcnlly unknown to any people 330-33- 4 BURN OWN HOMES Sacrifice Made Bravely to Assist Liege Defenders. HINDERED FIRE FROM FORTS One Hundred and Thirty Homes Standing Between Gum and the Enemy Laid Watte, Peaiantt Thorn-solv- e Assisting Soldiers All Se't Ablaze In the Night Pitiful Scenes. A gniilile story of the burnliiR of the vlllnno of Iloiiccllus by ItulKlnu solIt would Interfere with diers the (Ire from the I.lejje fortn. Mini how even the Inhabitants nlik'd In burning their own homes, la told In a letter received In Wales by the brother of n Belgian soldier "I uliall never forget the sight of It." the Belgian soldier wrote. "One hundred n ud thirty houses mid the ehurch of BoncelleM formed one big bluzc In thd middle of the night, mid the poor Inhabitants helped the soldiers to destroy their own little homes and it their contents. "It was 10 o'clock when .the peaceful Inhabitants of Doncelles were abruptly reminded of the horrible significance of the word 'war.' An engineer olllcer. surrounded by an army of sappers, knocked at every door and delivered the message that the houses had to be burned to allow the fort to operate Its guns without obstruction. While the officers were speaking sappers were already bringing In wood, cotton and petrol. Pitiful Scenes. Prize Winner Wat Evidently Married Man's Effusion, The head epigrammatist of the great wit and humor factory bent over his work bench and rested his gnr.c upon an epigram that had been used and used until It was cracked and frazzled. "It's n shame to throw It away," he said, "for I believe It can still be turned about 80 that It will have a commercial value. I know what I will do. I will offer 8 prize to the workman who brings In the best new twIsL" So when the workmen were gathered In the room he told tliem Hint he wanted them to beat out a new and clever turn upon the old motto "A bird In the hand is worth two In the bush." He gave them Just one hour at their anvils, with a monetary prize for the best effort and honorable mention for iq oyiers. When Uittlnio was up this ah.rttnenFwns harnkd in: "A chauffeur In the front sent Is worth two under the motorcar." "A kiss In the dark is worth two under (he electric HghL" "A grain of sand on the beach Is worth two In the eye." "A gift from a husband after marriage Is worth two from u lover before." "A week's wages In bank Is worth two In n trousers pocket that the wife Is going through at nlghL" And. while the first four received honorable mention, It wns the last one that won the prize. New York Bun. W. Market Street Louisville, Ky. j BACQNasp 213 S. Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. save mariners. The distinguished author said some uncomplimentary thlngi about the native Bcrinudlatis, much to their amusement, but he could not help praising the scenery of their island home and particularly (he oleanders. He voted that Bermuda should be called the "Oleander Isles." Curiously enough, Bermuda is better known as the home of (lie onion and the ICaster Illy, to say nothing of the polnto and 'ie rose, although the oleander Is thu i. lost gorgeous and conspicuous shrub In the Islands. .Shrub Is hardly the word to describe the oleander. It Is really n tiee, lifting Its toil twenty feet In the nlr antl growing In thickets that thu Island planters use ns screens or windbreaks. In summer the hedges nre covered with a profusion of pink, white and crimson blossoms that last well Into the autumn and make great splashes of color on thu hills and at the roadside. The oleander has no enemies. Animals rcfuu to touch IL and the tree runs ltd riotous way all over the Islands. Those who visit Bermuda only In winter miss (he glory of the oleander blossoms and also many of the other gorgeous (lowers. While (here is plenty of bloom In the winter months, the array of flowers is even greater In summer. New York 1'osL When You Come to The Kentucky State Fair Next Week Whlie in Louisville Make BACONS YOUR HEADQUARTERS! brimful of New Fall Merchandise of every description, and our prices are always the lowest consistent with the quality of the goods. is now Our Store BLOWN TO SAFETY. Curious Incident of an Explosion That Wrecked Fifty Homes. It happened thnt In the last month of the reign of Charles I, a certain ship chandler of London wns foolish enough to busy himself over n Irnrrel of gunpowder with a lighted candle In his hand. lie paid the price of his folly. A spark fell Into the gunpowder, nud the place wns blown up. The trouble was (hat the man who did the mischief was not the only one to perish. Fifty houses .were wrecked, and (he number of people who were killed was not known. In one house among the fifty n mother hnd put her liouy Into Its cradle to sleep before (he explosion occurred. What became of (he mother no one ever knew, but what became of the baby was very widely known. The next morning there wns found upon the leads of the Church of Allhallows a young child In n cradle, baby and cradle being entirely uninjured by the explosion that had lifted both to such a giddy height. It was never learned who the child wns, but she was adopted by a gentleman of the parish and grew to womanhood. She must surely all her life have had a peculiar Interest In that, church. Sir Walter Besant's "London." RAILROAD FARES REFUNDED! out-of-to- wn MOTHER'S BAKING! DAY. least take their furniture away and threw themselves at the oflleera' feet But they were gently raised by the arm and led outside In the dark. "The soldiers rushed in and threw bundles of wood under the staircases, poured petrol over them and lit them In un Instant the house was ablaze A woman tried to push In to save some souvenir a photograph., n cradle, anything but was ordered back by the were Informed that in time of war the necessity might arise for the authorities to destroy their houses, but In this case they had not been warned during the afternoon, and most of them hud gone to rest when the knock on thelr doors came to tell them of their fate I could not describe all of the scenes I witnessed that night. "All I remember Is women In tears and children praying. Some of them Implored the soldiers to let them at The Inhabitants about the forts soldiers. Helped Burn Own Home. "A man who li.nl just been led out of a house and who had been watch' lug with a stupid look the progress of the (Ire. rushed away from his wife and children as If mud. lie grasped a mass of saturated cotton and helped the soldiers with their work. The example had been given and hi a moment (he other peasants followed. "The lire had to he set to the church where only two hours ago peasants whispered their prayers In solitude. Wood and cotton were heaped up as far as tile altar and In the tower as high ns possible. A little later all that remained was the square tower, a high burning torch, which soon listed over and came down In n cloud of One hundred mid smoke and tlames thirty houses were destroyed In this way and then all trees In the neighbor hood were cut." ENGLAND'S MARCHING SONG. watch against a hundred other mischances which are to be expected when the heat releases the chemical action of the Ingredients In the bread pan. Baking day is a thing of the past In thousands of homes at least the old fashioned baking day Is. The bread may be better or worse, but the baker Is to be regarded ns a benefactor In Misplaced Sympathy. Sitting near the door in a subwny that he has practically put an end to car was a middle aged man reading a that old roasting experience which fornewspaper. At one station there got merly came to every woman at least aboard this car a mother mid her sou. one day out of seven. St. Louis Times. a fcinall hoy maybe four years old. Why It Is the St. Lawrence. As those two came through the doorThe St. Lawrence river owes its way and Into the car the small boy. quite by accident, of course, lilt the name to the accidental conjunction of middle aged gentleman reading the the festival of St. Lawrence with the day upon which the tlrst explorer Imnewspaper a good, smart kick on the agined he had discovered the river. shin, causing the man to wince, whl o the boy's progress was chocked for a Jacques Curtier in l.".'!4 heard from the moment by his thus kicking upngaliHt natives of the Magdalen Islands of a mighty stream threading the continent something. unknown source, ami It was The mother looked down, but she to an testing this legend Hint he sailed said nothing to the man. It was to the while up the gulf until he could see the laud boy she spoke: on each side. In the following year he "Did you hurt yourself, denrV" made a bolder expedition with three Which seemed a case of mlsplnc; d whips and the blessing of the Bishop sympathy. .New York Sun: of .St. Malo. He sailed past ltimouskl and on to Quebec, then known by the The City and the Child. Here the Hoot Indians as Stadacona. New York city the length anil iinchfitvd. The French, however, failHomoii breadth of Manhattan-a- nd ed In their efforts to colonize (he counfrom the Fenway in three dl"ectluus to try until a century li'id pascd. largely the water front, are as untlt for a child owing to their IilUi handed treatment to grow up in as the basenitiit of a of the Indians. -- London Chronicle. china store for u en if. There mitrl.t be hay enough on such u Hunt- for a cnlf. as there Is doubtless air enough on a New York city bttvet for u eh. Id It Is not the lack of things ik t even nlr-- ln n city that renders life next to Impossible there. It N rather the mtit tltude of things. City life N a three ringed circus, with n continuous per formnuco and Interminable and peanuts and pink lemonade, it ! Jarred and Jostled and tram;i'"d and crowded and lnu'rled. and it Is spindling and premature. Suburban Life. shloj-how- Modern Conditions Make It Practically a Thing of the Past. We do not propose either to afllrm or (o deny that the bakers mnke better bread than "mother used to make." There used to be ns many kinds of ruuthers as there are now varieties of bakers. And comparisons are odious. But the baker is to be hulled as one of the chief benefactors of the age, on grounds which take no account of the relative merits of bread. He lias emancipated women, at least one day out of the week. He has given a vast army of mothers more time to perform the duties other than those which have to do with the kitchen. It needs no patriarch to remember what baking day used to be like. In summer's heat the stove hnd to be tired up to the melting point, and mother bad to knead the dough until her buck ached, and stick around In the kitchen lest the crust become too hard, and As we refund to customers five (5) per cent, of their total purchases up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare, you can come to Louisville, see the fair and do your fall purchasing with a nominal cost to you. i SEND US YOUR BSBB MAIL ORDERS! THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us I "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" Favorite Tuno of the Army. "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" has bcome the marching song of the British army, according to London disIt Is not widely known In this country The words are: Up to mighty London came an Irishman one day Atf the Ktievtu nru pnv'il with gold, sure evciy one wns itny, BhiBlnsr sonjrs. of Piccadilly, Strand and Lwstqr sfiuaro Till P.iddy got excited: then he shouted to ihcm there- patches. CllOItUS. It'a a Ions way to Tipperary; It's n Ions way to bo; Vh n Ions way to Tipperary, to the sweetest Blrl t know Goodby, Piccadilly' Leicester square: It's a long. Ions way to Tipperary, but my heart's tight tlieio Paddy wrote a letter to tils Irlfch Molly O, Saying: "Should you not receive It write and let me know Molly In spelling. If I make iniHtuls dear." said he. "Remember It's the tun that's bad Don't In. f hn lil.'iin.i mi inn " Molly wroio a neat reply to lrlh Paddy O, Siiyl'iu. "Milte Maloney wants to marry me tied mi Lvtive V u Strand and Piccadilly, or you'll be to blame. V- - Ini'M has fall ty drove, me silly, (lupins 5tud!;d Insult. '"I, wish," suld the waifer who had been 'serving the man with the grim fnce and fhe pert looking girl, "I could think of some way to get even with that fellow. lie complained about ev. crythiug I put on the table and growled about every move I iniide." . "What did his bill amount to?" "A dollar and ninety cents.". "And how much money (11 he h.Mld youV" "A two dollar hill." "It's easy. Have It in two nickels when you return his change." Chicago Herald. 1 the sume." Foro Held Thousands Back. a refugee from .Merbes.le-C'hatean- . town thirteen tulles from Mens, said on his imlvnl at Paris that :$i'0 rll'eiiien posted In his town kept Be vera I thousand Hermans at liny for turn? days until a (icrmun spy, dWguls ed tu a Belgian uniform, showed them a t).ill which enabled the German to take tiie riflemen in their rear All except twelve villager Wf.v t . Small Hoi-pai- l Avernus Is the hike In' the neighborhood of Naples where the waters are so unwholesome that birds never tly near Its luniks. In ancient times It was thought to be the entrance to hades and where Ulysses descended to the lower regions. Daughter me ma my till Not Always Certain. A certain young man sent some Sowers this morning. .MamDon't say "u certain young mnn," dear. There Is none of 'em certain you've got 'em. Legend of a Lake. Glacier National Park. (Slacier .National park N In northern Montana and Is hounded on the north by the Canadian line, on the east by the lllackfoot Indian reservation and rlv on the south nud west by I'laih-a- d er. It has an area of alw.it nlu.Mio acres and derives Its name fion: :nnn. glaciers, w'hlch nre scattered tliron-- h out Its area. There are ubout eighty glaciers, between live square miles and n few .u:res in area. The park Is n rugged mountainous region and contains over L'.'O lakes, which are surrounded by steep and beautifully wooded mountains or precipitous rock walls. Tragic Wager. The methods of transportation In the In I5!'." three Irishmen agreed to un- park are by automobile, horse stage, dertake u journey around the e.irth on launches on thu lakes and saddle and foot for n pool of $.K).(K)0. Kadi one pack horses. of the party deposited of this sum In tin-- Haul; or Dublin, and It was agreed that whoever survived the trip Cheapest accident insurance Or, and returned should receive thu whole Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For turn"1, amount. In case nil died n Dublin hos- scalds, cuts and emergencies. All pital was to become the benellciary. druggists sell it. and .'Or. On Dee. 21. 1MI.". they started east across Kurope and Asia Minor to End Came Quickly. Egypt, where they took passage for The experiences of local Australia. Vhelr wanderings through with prospective hildegroomsJewelers h;no the inner wastes of Australia proved been many mid varied. Some wish to the hardest trials f the Journey, jind buy on the Installment plan, some wish the severity of this trip resulted in the to sure of half death of two of the travelers. The a tuke u some dozen sizes to be verses" hilug "beautiful tit and Captain Trovolynu. compiettd third. to see whether they can bo engraved the voyage and won the money. iu the ring. Onu Jeweler In recounting his experiPuzzled. ences said a young man came Into Ills The lady of the house was explainstore and when asked whether he ing things to the new colored maid. wished anything engraved Inside tho this, missus';" nsked the "An' what's ring became confused, fumbled a lilt girl. Indicating a metal bottle. lu Ills pockets nud dually produced a "That Is a bottle which will keep paper on which was scrawled, "The things either hot or cold, whichever love that never endeth," which the you desire," replied the mistress, Jeweler said was Just the proper sentl "Well, fob tiie land sake," ejaculated lueut. girl, "how Is It gwlne to know the A month later the young man return tilings hot or cold';" whether you want ed nud told the whole history of hU Everybody's. marital life In live words, (.'uu't you cut that outV" pointing to the engravOut of His Mouth. ed sentence. Indianapolis News. Ills youngest' grandchild had managed to ge( possession of a primer and Cores Old Sores, Other BenteClcs Won't cori was trying to eat It. The worst casts, no matter of how lona standing, by the old "I'urdon uie for taking the words out are curedAntiseptic wonderful, Oil. reliable Dr. Healing I'orter's It rtlicrcs of your mouth, little one," said the pro- l'aia and Ucals at tbe same time. 15c. Wc, 11.00. Chicago fessor, hnstlly Interposing. one-thir- GET THE WAR NE wsil combination that will keep you w ith the w ar new s right from the front. I Iere is u posted even da MERE IX IS! LOUISVILLE EVENING POST Daily from now until January ' 1, 1915 1, HOME AND FARM TO JANUARY 1915 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS to January 1, 1915 SIXTEEN PAGE WAR ATLAS ALL FOR. $3.00 OINJL"V . . Get in the push right now while the war news interesting. Send subscription to is THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KY. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Urildcncc fhellman house Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Tribune. A man can never do anything at variation with his own nature. He carries with hlui thu genu of his itost exceptional action (Jeorge Idiot. CCd Temperament. Phynltluii Koi ,our ullmt-tlate rent ) n hlne quit nun. But, doctor, my nystem won't Jjululne.- - HutJuW Kipreas. Office Over Farmers Bank m.. I'lili.-nl -- take nu News Want Ads. are Little Winners Miss Mary AsUns, of Stephensport visited her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Cox. Dr. and Mrs. J, M. Hardin visited JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Mr. and Mrs. A M. Hardin Sunday Severs nnd Hewitt Gibson have gone lasuod Every Wednesday. to Bowling Green to nltend school, MUs Cora Feltner and Edraon Hnr CLOVERPORT, KY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1914 rison were married nt the home of the bride's parentf , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feltner, at Mystic Sunday. Kev. I. C Argabr'ght officiated. Miss Annie Lee Hardin, of St. Louis, 10c per line, nnd 5c for eiicli ndditional Is visiting her cousin, Miss Mnry Jolly BUSINESS LOCALS Gibson, of Irvington. .nsertion. Pete Norton, of Irvington, visited his of CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS, PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST Snow Drift, First Patent best 1 ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Bob White 1 EIGHT PAGES. Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rnte of 5 cents per line, advance. in Examine tholubol on your paper. If it is not correct please brother, Hob Norton, Sunday. Frank Miller, of California, came in money Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Miller. Mrs. J. Gorman St. Clair, 01 Webster, went to California last week. Armstrong Wntllngton. of Union Star, was the guest of Charlie Payne It is best, costs no more than the rest & whv not use it? Hardinsburg Mill Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky tify us. PRESIDENT WILSON WANTS MR. BECKHAM Kentucky Democrats had a lame and representative meeting nt It lin (innltmnli llnfnl Tlinrcflnv nrnnnrntiirv tn the Stnte eainmiiin. in honor of Mr. Ollic M was marked by a great demonstration James, the senior United States Senator from Kentucky, and of Mr, J. C. W. Beckham, who, a the Democratic nominee for the long term in the Senate at this fall's election, will head the State ticket The best part of the meeting wns the following telegram received from President Wilson nt the White House: Senator Ollie Jntnes, Scelbach Hotel, Louisville: I earnestly hope for the election of Governor Beckham. Any other result in Kentucky would be a Woodrow Wilson." great disappointment. Mr. Thos. R. Rhea was elected Campaign Chairman nnd Mr, Urey Woodson, Nationul Committeeman. Sunday, COMMISSIONER S SALE. Breckenridge Circuit Court. Kentucky. Richard N. Brown, Plaintiff 1 3505 J. EqullfN Against Huston Alexnnder Exr. ,Uft. J By virtue of a 'Judgment and Order of Sale of Hreckearidge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, IOI4, In the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th dav of September, 4914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being Countv Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, "A tract of land lving and being in Brtckenridgecounty, Ky.. on the North Fork of Rough Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a black oak and gum, thence S. 15 E '.'40 poles to a whits oak and dogwood, thence N. "5 E. a5 poles to a gum and maple, thence N 15 W (!0 poles to a gum thence N. 75 E. :i4v'4 poles to a black oak and dogwood, thence N. 021,4 W. 00 poles to a white oak, thence N. "5 W. ;18 poles to a hickory and gum, thence N 15 W 8 poles to two gums, thence -- Yz W. 128 poles to the beginning, containing 154 acres and being the same tract of land conveyed by Jo Allen, commissioner, under decree of Breck enridge Circuit Court, Deed dated 22d day of August, 18o7, and recorded In the Breckenridge County Court Clerk's office iu Deed Book T, page 45, to one David Davison and by him conveyed to Elane D. Pile." The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, at.d having the force and effect of a replevlan bond. Lein re tained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will De prepared to comply promptly with these terms. LEE WALLS, Commissioner, t: Come to Cloverport This Winter Early Fall Visitors Welcome Everybody had a good time in Cloverport this summer. Nearly every home has entertained company. A rough account shows over John Marshall says: "The Democratic party have but one candidate for President in 1910, and his nnrac happens to be Woodrow Wilson." And we say the people will be mighty happy to support him. Vice-Preside- will EDITOR'S NOTES OF THE COUNTY. Col. Zack Stith is in a line humor. prospect for crops nTade him so. Says o o o The splendid rains and fine there will be a fine corn crop He planted corn on the tenth day of July and it is booming. o o o 3,000 1 Visitors to Cloverport -. I During June, July and August I Life in our town is made up of religious, eduI cational, industrial and social advantages. I Splendid schools, good churches, musical I ent and the best American people. I The River Factories Banks tal- Roy Cain, one of the best and most successful tobacco growers in the Bcwleyville district, lost out entirely this year on his crop. Ho had plants ready for setting. Rain came on Saturday and made a eood season. He waited until Monday to set and the season was gone. o o o o o o W. O. Bailey returned from a pleasant visit tn his old home, Elmington. Va., where his family held a reunion. His father, moth er, brothers and sisters and twentv grandchildren were present. He said it was one of the happiest days of his life. o o o o o o Thos. J. Triplett was (!0 years old August 25. He was mariied Mrs. A. D. LeGrand and niece, Miss in October, 1SI"8. Thirteen children arc the fruits of this marriage. Lucy LeGrand, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell, of Hardinsburg, living Thursday. Eleven uic living, all married and have thirty-threchildren. Mr. Triplett has lived in the house where he was born all Mrs L). D. Dowell and Miss Bettie his life save live years he was in Missouri. It is a prosperous, hap- Kinch:loe, of Hardinsburg, were tht guests of Misses Mary Haynes and py home. Mary McCoy Monday. e The Railroad Merchants Doctors Mrs. Jim and daughter, Almeda, The corn, tobacco and pastures are showing up line in all sec are visiting relatives at Custer. tions of the county since the rains. Henry Board, Geo. Board and Mrs. Gray ooo o o o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Tells all about them and their friends Noah Hoskiusou, of Custer, were here to Bewleyville ha been very much improved. The Monday on their way to Louisville to The road see Mrs. Sarah Bruuer who is very ill. work done is of a permanent character and stands up under use. It Robert Smith, of Hbrdinsburg, is the pays to do good work. guest of relatives. . ooo Mrs. James McCoy, of Harnedf and g fanners of Mrs. C. C. Brock, of Louisville, are Frank Ruppert, one. of the prosperous visiting Mrs. Virgil Smith. the Glen Dean neighborhood, says crops in his neighborhood are Mr. and Mrs. Ginger Bandy and little twice a- - good as thoy were la- -t year. Tobacco, he say- -, U short in diughter, Nell Moorman, were guests acieage but gord in quality. He was in splendid spirits over tho of Mrs. O. M. Priest Sunday. Mrs. Truman Tabor is improving. He is building a stock barn utixtiO. Abe Bryun has the ooo ooo ooo hard-workin- PRICE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 5c a Copy T. m was In town Saturday. G. B and Nannie Lee Gardner, of Chenault, spent Saturday an l Sund'iy v. wit n their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. prospects. contract. o o o tini-he- Mr. Bryan has just o o d a four-roo- ooo. ooo cottage for Jim Hay-cra- ft o The fanners around Kirk and llardinsburg have the silo fever. It's a fever that ought to tako hold of more farmers. We understand there are fourteen silo built and under contract in these neighbormethod-- . hoods. It is a note of progress and Thursday and cleaned the graveyard o o o Audy Hook, of Louisville, who formerly lived here, was a visitor of Dr. IS. C. Harucd and Jim Webb last week. John Stinnett and two little grand sons have returned from Toblnsport. Chas. Barnes has moved his family into the manse on Church street. Mrs. Davis Bandy and baby boy are here from Louisville. The neighbors In the community of the Dowell graveyard met there last George 12. Shellman, of LTnion Star, School Books and Supplies Wo huvo just received a full lino of School Hooks for the B Common Schools. A No expect u stock of High School hooks uM 'in a few days. . Also a full lino of Gardner. T. B. Henderson, of Webster, attended the Sundav School Convention which was held in the M. H. church Saturday. Misses Bobbie Brodie and Georgia Frymire. ol Chenault, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. F. 0 l'errv, of Cloverport, vis. Ited her mother, Mrs. E. H. Miller, last week, Lonnie Halt and A. S. Allen, of Chenault, were in town Thursday. Gid French, of Tar Springs, spent last week here working at his profes sion as photographer. The Graded Schcol opened Monday with Prof. Rov T. McCoy as principal, and Miss Lelalt B Hawkins in the pri- m II Tablets, Pencils, Glazed Card-boar- Boxes, Drinking Cups, i JJ we ever Sam Carden has one of the lovclie-- t hYlds of blue-gras- s blue-gracan beat it. It is a beautiful section No field in the rolling lield of about fifteen acres, and -- hows up tine from the road. tunity for meeting and cleaning the Wr. Carden is a good farmer and a successful one. graveyard. We have Labor Day, etc., why not have a day set apart for this ooo o o (t mary department. work and all observe It as strictly as we The road from Rosetta has been wonderfully improved, but my, do Decoration Day, Mothers Day and A. R. Crawford has purchased the general merchandise business of Black to the Lawson place. The farmers along Independence Day. it is rough from Bo-et& Smith at Addison. Mr. that road ought to get busy and break rock, or remove them, Mrs. H. F. Mattlngly and two boys, from and Mrs. Krby ,Hanks came up Tell City, In J Saturday nnd Raymond, and Mrs. H. B. stayed over S ndav with their parents, Pearl and ooo ooo Moorman and baby, Mary Louise, of Mr. and Mrs W. B. Hanks. There is a beautiful little cottage on the Rosetta road. It is Harued, were guests of Mrs. Tom A feries of meetings will be held at the Baptist church, beginning Monday Irvin Mercer's. It looks lonesome up there all alone and vacant. G.'egory Wednesday. night after the third Sunday of this Mrs. Glenn Macy and children from month. and make Irv'm ought to havo a partner that would take .Mystic are here the guests of Mrs. Ben Arthur Claycomb, of Henderson, is things look more cheerful. visiting his uncle, A, A. Claycomb. Macy. James and Robert Tinlus, of Holt. Miss Beulah Cornpton, who has been were the guests of their uncle. C. A. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin. in Louisville for some time, is home Tiniut, Sunday. LODIBURG. Miss l'uqua, of Hawesv'lle, has been again. Miss Bessie Watlington. of Hardins visiting Mrs. Lee Aldridge. Mrs. Sim Payne, of Irvington, was burg. who has been selected as teacher 111 with typhoid fever Mrf. Jonas Basham is the guest of here last week with her sister, Mrs. at Chenault, is Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hardin, of and Miss Cecil Dix has taken charge Is still very ill. Kennedy, who were week end guests of Mr. her uncle, John Miller, of Hawesvllle. of the school until Miss Watlington -ta pos-e&si- ooo Slate Pencils, Slates, Drawing Paper, White d Many more country graveyards around here are in a ueglected condition, and It Is shametul that we leave them so. This is a leisure .time with farmers and would be a splendid opporoff. and other things too numerous to mention. 1 m Our policy will bo tho sumo with hooks as with our drug stock all tho time. So linoto keep an como in or mail us an order for what you need. fj Wti Kincheloe's Pharmacy II The Quality Store 1 Hardinsburg, KyJ New York, Is expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp, who have E. D Fox attended the meeting of been visiting his mother in Koenlgs-burt- r. the Baptist Mission Board at Irvington Germany, on their return thev last Monday. traveled through the war zone to South omptorj, England, and sailed from is the time to subscribe there on the first of this month for fully recovers. Now 86 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 0, 1914 Ky Bnured at the Post Oflllce at Clot erport, as second cIim matter. THIS MANIf HSMONEYNA OLE ID IN THE GROUND-I- T IS CONE THE PRUDENT MAN PUTS NSN THE - W 3l r t s. Note. Advertisers plcncc iiutlf? tlie editor wnun you want uimrtiu'ratnl discontinued. Wanted WANTKI) Ewes ewct.-A. NEW SCHOOL BOOKS! 18c THIS pAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE SANK Contract Retail and Exchange Price Potters Common School Spoiling Hook 12c l(5c " .V) Stvtihunvuori. Rood Ky. I.. Lewis. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Wanted Man and Wife WANTKI) Man and wife for farm work. cnrlriite News. for liolh. Aitulv In Itrcck.. RITE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Dr. Jesse Baucum For Precinct and city Offices t 2.G0 For County Offices t 5.00 $ 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line PHONE No. Ky. Ofllcc Opposite Oeltr'H llruir Store 2-- R Dentist Cloverport, RESIDENT We are receiving Democratic Ticket Staple and Fancy No man can hide money and keep OTHERS from knowing it. There is always something in his actions that "gives him away." Groceries all the time ' Second Header Third Header . 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BRO.t Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Prices Right Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Whitehead have returned home from Rome, Ind. Miss Willie Hilf snd Miss Mary Feel secure when they know their money lodged in our burglarproof safe. DEPOSITORS is safely Personal Paragraphs About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those WhoTravel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities end in States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- C1UUVU. V. G. BABBAGE And make Our doubts are traitors, us lose the good we oft might win Hy fearing to attempt. Shakespeare Law and Collecting Agency SAFE BANKING" is Nevitt, ofBasin Springs, are at the Mammoth Cave. Mr. W. L. Head, of Kvansvllle Inu, J was the guest of Mrs Ambie Williams y Mrs. Frank Hedden is ill. Zack Burdett was jn Louisville Monday. Beavin Tucker was in Louisville Tuesday. J. M. Rollins, of Union Star, was here "Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bishop went to Louisville Monday. Mr! and Mrs. Israel Holder have returned from Louisville. Fay Loyd, of Columbus Ohio, turned home Saturday. Mrs. Joe Hedden and children have returned to Louisville. Mrs. Alford Hetton left Saturday for her home in Sikestoa, Mo. Forest Pate left Saturday night for St. Louis to visit Burt Orum. The Epworth League gave a ij0at party to the Kpcks Labor Day. Mrs. Pauline I'raizer spent the week end at Dukes with her brother. Wm Pate, of Jackson Ind, is visiting his parents, Mr Mrs. Alvin Pate. Mis Annio Hinton, of Lafayette Ind, is visiting her brother, Oscar Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. rauk Payne went to St. Louis Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Viola Lewis, of Oweusboro, spent Friday with Mrs, David Phelps' Mr. Harry Daniel, of Rockport Ind, was tbe guest of Miss Pearl Hall Saturday. Mr. Frank Warfield, of Louisville, spsnt Labor Day with Mrs. Frank Fraize. , Tn.,,,. D,f ,, nl ,,,;,..! Ma te ! d itlng his parents, .V.r. and Mrs. I- T Win-fiel- Daniel Sunday. Mrs. Chas. May and daughters. Misses Eva and Eliza May went to Louisville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Shelby Pate and Mrs. Rilla Pate left Saturday far Uniontown to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Taul, of Mt. Pisgah, were guests of Mr and Mrs. Joe Gettting Sunday. Mrs. Sallle Moorman has returned frnm a delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joh'nE. Matthews.of Philadelphia. Miss Margaret Puckett and Miss Virginia Puckett. of Hawesvillel were guests of Mrs. Dwight Randall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamby and Miss Josie Raitt were guests of Mr and y. Mrs Chas. Smart at Hues Hun bun-daMiss Lucy Hunter, of Glen Dean, and Miss Cella Owen, of Dsland, Fla, are guests of Dr J. T. Owen and Mrs Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Hrnest Pate and neice, Miss Maud Hamblcton, who have been visiting in Kvansville have returned home. Mrs. Jas. 15 Randall and Mrs. Mary K. Ilalis went to Louisville Monday evening to hear Al. G. Field's min-istr- el. Dr E C. McDonald went to Louis vllle Friday to bo with his ucito, Miss Alma Jouatt McDonald, who underwent an oparatlon Mrs. Will Holesclaw and children and Miss Annie Helen Hall, of Hardin Grove Ind,' were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mrs. O. W. Sanders and children Pate, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. reMrs. Sarah McCoy was in Hawes-vill- e Tom Bnckey at Mattincly, have turned to Kvansville. last week the guest of Mrs. J. S. DeJarnette. Mrs. K U. Pierce and Miss Lula Byron Whitehead and Miss Louise Severs spent Saturday in Hardinsburg Ihe guests of Miss Tula Daniels and Mrs. John K. Kincheloe Rev D. L. Bowlds spent last week at Rosevllle and Webber Ky, the guest of rolatlves. Mr llowlds says he never saw better prospects for crops. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin llSlI, ot Mem phis Tenn, arrived from the East Wed We urge parents to come in and see nesdav niL'ht to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Fisher before returning home. our stock of Schocl Supplies A comMrs. J. H. Wilis and Miss Oensie plete line of Wills left vesterday to spend 'the fall and winter In Louisville. They will be Tablets, Composition Books, Exami at home at 70S South 20th street. Tablets, Spelling Tablets, nation School Days are Here Mrs. Mattingly III. Inks, Pens, Pencils, Crayons, Draw ing Instruments, Etc. We give the children careful and courteous attention. For their various needs send the children to Mrs. Chas. Mattingly is. critically II) at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hen Ridgeway in Chestnut street. Her condition showed improvement yesterday and hopes are still entertained for her recovery. Wedding's Drug Store, The Homeot Quality Correction. List week The Breckenrldge News stated that peaches had been received from Mr. Chat. Smart and the name should have been Mr. Joe Smart. CLOVERPORT, KY. Mrs. K. II. English and children, Jr , and Anna DeJarnette, of arrived Monday night for a visit to Mrs. Marvin Heard. Mrs Maggie 11. Jolly lias returned to her home in Ilewleyville after a visit to Miss Anna Kincheloe Mrs. Joel H. Tile has returned from Louisville where she has been for a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. W. Scott. Mrs. C. V. Robertson was in Louisville visiting last week. Cline Robertson, of Lexington, was here attending the Teachers Institute. Miss Ilettie Taylor is the eity editor of our new paper, The Record Press. Miss Susie Lee Ditto has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to cousins, Misses Hallie and Francis Lee Itrown. Rob Moorman and sister, Miss Nell Moorman, of (lien Dean, were visitors in town last Wednesday. Misses ICIia and Ilettie Pile and Kva Alexander, of Mook, were in town last week the guests of friends. .Murray Drown has gone to Howling Green. to attend school. Misses Judite Heard, Anna Lewis and Clara Whitwortll have gone to Lexington to attend the State University. Mrs. Allen Udelin and daughters have returned to their home near I.urgin after a week's visit to relatives. Mr John D. l'.abbage, editor of The News, attended the Teachers Institute Prof. T. S. AVilliauis, Supt. County High School, lectured at the M. K. church. South, last Wednesday. Subject: Vision. Mrs. C. C. Hroek, of Louisville, has been the guest of relatives here. Miss Augie Gibson ami brother, John Gibson, of Irvington, have been visitors " in town. Walter llrown, of Custer, attended the Institute last Wednesday. Mrs Addie Hskridge entertained to to dinner Thursday Misses Nell Cash-uiai- i, of Garfield, and Kiln Wliittiugliill, of (ileu Dean Miss Williemiiia Hskridge entertained a number of her friends last Thursday in honor of her cousin, little .Miss Margaret l'enick, of Custer. Messrs, A. C. Glasscock, of McDauicls, nnd Joe Glasscock, of Fisher, made a business trip to our town last week. Miss Hannah Heard will leave soon for I.oreun. Texas, where she goes to teach Expression and Voice. This will be Miss Heard's third term there which speaks well for her work. Mrs. W. A. Walker had as her dinner guests last Thursday the following: Misses Angie Gibson, of Irvington, Mag gie II, Jolly, of llewleyville, Willa and Ruth Cliambli'ss, Anna and Ruth Kincheloe, Mesdames Lcla McCubbius and David Penick and Mr. Phelps Walker, Misses Mary Aim and Martha Harued of Garfield, have taken rooms at Miss Tula Daniel's home and will attend school here for the next nine months. Ivv-arl- s, lle-rc- a, Franklin Heard will leave this week for Louisville where he will enter the K. M. L, for another term. Miss Alta St Clair, of Webster, spent last week witli her cousin, Miss May Watlington. Miss Anna Medcalf has returned to her home in Oweusboro, after a visit to Miss Anna O'Reilly. T. J. Hook lias received another car He has sold a load of Automobiles. Dr. number of machines this summer. J. T Matthews, of Harned, got one out of this carload. visitors who Some of the attended the Teachers Institute: Messrs. Charles D. Holiauuou, Lexington, Mr. Rice, Supt. Hancock county, J. R. Kirk, representing the Western formal, at Howling Green, Hon. .John McFerran, Louisville, Prof. J. S. Dickey representing the Husiuess University at Howling Green. The people of our town always He is give Prof. Dickey a welcome. kindly remembered by a number of his former pupils here. Lindsay Kincheloe, of Louisville, lias been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Kincheloe. Will Moore, of Fisher, made a business trip to town Friday. Marriage licenses issued during the month of August: Joseph Harden to Ida Mobley; N. C. Condor to Jeauette Weser; Claude Heatty to Kssie Hurtou; Roy Solmou to Kosie Harrison; W C. Askin to Jane Carter; Claudis Dowell to Maggie L. Hurnette; Marion Carman to listella Dowell; Lash Pool to Sallie Gilbert; J. 15. Harrison to Cora Filtner; Clyde Harnrs to Kva n what depositors want and is what they are assured of when they enter the portals of this bank's door. BANK HERE AND FEEL SECURE! FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: iFor Sale One frame dwelling with all modern imin Cloverport, Ky., in provements on High good locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance on ea-- y payments Al-- o one cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walk, electric lights This will also bo sold on easv terms 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 I j Reduced Rates To State Fair And Owensboro. Cloverport to Owensboro and return 1 1.60 Sept, I!), good returning on account of Kindine Bro's Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Sept "JO, circus 'J 5O from Cloverport to Louisville and return. Sept, IS, to lgth, inclusive, good returning Sept, 23, on account of Kentucky State Fair. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT-DENTI- ST Office Hours: Haliy diiyn and lmby ways are. over all too soon. A jjood picture, though, will keep tlio memory of those ilny fresh' through' all the years of growth and change. When was your baby's picture last taken .iUlK';,,. A H,'ytV!,c,i!i,lu,r,lurl',,; Irvington, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. day), upon M Brabandt will be in Hardinsburg, Saturday, Sept. 12th lireekenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Miittlilos Miller. I'll 11. . EciuitvNn. HX1.1 Aeiiinst J. C. OeWitt, Deft. J Hy virtue of a Judgment ar,d Order of Sale of llreckearldne Circuit Court, terra thereof, rendered at 1014, In the above cnue, for the sum doltwenty-on- e of three hundred and lars and twenty five ceuts, subject to a e s credit of on6 hundred and cents paid Mav 11, and thirty-eigIUI4, with interest at the rate of It per rent ner annum from the 5th dav of julv. I!'l- -. until paid, and all cokts herein, 1 snail proceeu to oner tor sale at the Court House door in Hardins burt;, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 28th day of September, I9U. at one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being County Court fifty-nindol-lar- ,t credit of three months 0 e following described property, Two black horse mule Ifi1,' hands high, four years old, formerly owned by II. M. Heard; nlMi an rav ponv H hands hii;h. eluht yenrh ol'; more also 2 acres of red tobacco' grown ou the defendant, J C Oewitt's farm In the vear W1 enliuated to maue l'.'.IXlO pounds; also three acres of tobacco cut and housed on the farm of the defendant, J C. DeWitt, and supposed to make ."1, 0110 pounds; orsullicieut thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. Kor the purchase t: price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing legal interest from the dav of sale until, paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment Lien retained to secure pa ment of purchase money. Hldders will be prepared to cmply.promptlv with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, LEE WALLS, Cnmm'.siloner. STORES SACKED IN SERIOUS FOOD RIOT WAKES UP THE LIVER. MINISTER VON JAGOW. In Chares of of Foreign Affairs Germany. Liv Vtr Lax puts the liver In tone to Providence Police Have Fight perform Its proper functions, giving new life, new vigor and strength to the With Mob, entire system. Read what n prominent Texas farmer writes of April 7, 1H14 In the Providence. It. I., Auk. 31. "I take pleasure in a log for publix Italian district on Federal hill n seri- cation that by the use of Liv ous rood riot occurred last nlfsht be- I have been cured of a disease which is cause of advanced prices on macaroni. correctly described by the rtcognized Local Socialists denounced Frank T. symptoms of Ullliousness, Stomach and Ventrone when additional prices were Liver Trouble, Constipation and mullmade during the week. List night a urged a hlR audience to tako ing complications and commend its use Socialist J. H. Brewer. " It out of Ventrone. The meeting was to all like tufferers. A II. Cain, Witness adjourned and a stampede for vegetable compound A harmless place began. Crowds of Italguaranteto to relieve all liver troubles; ians pouring out of their homes Ventrcnos shop with three wonderful, quick and happy i:. results, other i'djolnlnc store i were completely having no nauseating, weakening efThe mob smashed In the fects like calomel. Sold in 50c am' 1 wrecked. windows, telzed thousands of dollars' bottles. Huv from druggists or fro:r. worth of property and dumped It into Lebanon Co Operative Medicine Comthe street An alarm was sent to poLebanon, Tenn. Kiccheloe's lice headquarters and fighting beciru ! pany, Pharmacy. general. Many arrests were made Ver-Las d Family Boat of the Etklmo. The oomlak mny be described us the "family boat" of the Ksklmn. It Is used by the men In whale and walrus hunting mid by the whole rmiilly during their annual summer trip-'- , which icy make to gather the winter store of INIi nnd berries. Then It presents n specCruwdi-to tacle not soon forgotten the gunwales with a mixed assortment of men, women, children nuil dogs io 'ii- gcther with piles of pn-- ' and , ,t camp bides nnd nil the Ing. It mores slowly along aii ut white nnd colored drilling -- wn in al termite strips, or eveil ut I skins, assists the laboring through the wnter. Some of the mm pants paddle when they feel like It others semi the shore or watch the water rippling from the stern. If prog res Is too slow even for the Eskimo the dogs nre put nshore, n stout line of walrus hide Is attached to the bow. nnd they tow the boat along, Such parties nre away all summer, or, rather, during the three months' Interval which Is not wtuter-- a brief, beautiful season of tin ending delight.-Wi- de World Magazine. 1 Impi-dlmcputi-lie- by hanging shown weights oti n triug and plucking it The more weight iniiig on the string the higher the note given out Now the strings ot j piano ure metal wires, alt of will, li ennir.ict when "tolcd As they tire fat.Mnd at both ends, however. th"v remain the snme length, but Is, the tension In Just tlghu-i- i up-tcreases Just is If an extra weight were hung on t.'tceud. Of course, the effect is si eii t save In a very cold room, but even n small variation In tone may he detis ted hy a good musician This Is robably one reason why, certain prima donnas always In slst on lug:us In a room of a certain temperature, which, ot course. Is the temperature at which the piano was put In adjustment with their voices or ought to In- - -- New Vnrk World. In the i.il.oi.ilufy hat t -Pltno Strlnjs. u piano or of M The tone of string ut (In same will be higher In n rob) room Hi in In a warm one The reasuii is not fur to seek. A stretched string given out a certain pitch only when It Is or a certain length and' a certain tension. This Is Mi-vldual - L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. TRAGEDY IN VILLAGE STORE Man Suddenly Opens Fire, Shooting Two. While Martinsville, Ind., Auk. 31. tested at the store of George 1'rather a village six miles In Mahalasvllle, tioutheast of here, Clinton Lemons suddenly Jumped up and began shooting a revolver which he had drawn from bis pocket. One shot struck George I'rather. a merchant, In the head, killing him Instantly: another shot struck C. M. Frownfelter. a miller. In the bremt. Inflicting a very serious wound. Lemons Is said to have been drinking heavily, which seems to be the only explanation for the shooting, as no trouble of any kind preceded the tragedy. Lemons walked out of the Tillage and escaped In a nearby wood. Drunken Germans Attack Sedan. Paris, Aug 31. Several bodies of German troops made a demonstration Cgalnst Sedan on Wednesday, accord- WORLD'S POULTRY GRESS. CON- The poultry Industry is rapidly perfecting Its organizations and assuming the proportions of one of our greatest international Industries. The call for the first world's poultry congress, to be held ut The Hapie in Will, has been received with almost unanimously enthusiastic npproval. The location of this conference Is not so much out of the way as might appear to those who are unfamiliar with the Dutch poultry Industry. Of late years great have been made In that country, and some problems of worldwide Interest are being worked out. In some respects the keeping of fowls Is very highly developed there, and Holland comes near belnc the geographl'-ncenter of the European poultry Industry. All "Ides of the business will I o treated at producthe congn tion, hygiene, research nuil commerce In poultry products. The leceiit growth t Interest In i:urniea:i bred fowls due to the winnings of Kugllsh hens in Auicilc.m laying contests has poulirymcu American with the fact that we have something to learn from Knglnnd. Kuiiipe mid even far Australia. Country !cntlemnii. Improvements l lirii-.llii- ing to travelers who have arrived In Paris from that district. The French had artillery hidden on one of the heights from which the Germans conducted their bombardment In 1ST", and held their fire i.ntll the Germans were well along with their work of establishing a camp near the road leading to Hazellles. Then they opened tire on the Germans with the artillery and according to the travellers, filled the camp with dead men before the Germans could make a reply. Prisoners of War. St. Petersburg, Aug. 31. Six ofllcers men of the Gorman light and fifty-sicruiser .Madgehurg. which was desttoy-eby Russian .dilps, haw arrived here. The officers were taken through the city in automobiles guarded by Russian sailors with fixed bayonets The men uete marched through the city. There was no demonstration or hostility by the population. d Au-,'Rus-sell, Acute Indigestion. "I was annoyed for over a year of acute indigestion, followed by constipation," writes Mrs, M. J Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything that was recommended to me for this complaint but nothing did me much good until about four months ago I saw Chamberlain' Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them Tipton Man Struck by Car. from our druggist. I soon realized that . 31. Harry Tipton. Im! 1 had gotten the right thing for they was struck by helptd me at once. Since taking two ageil tw. a fast interurlian car until of here and battles of them I can eat heaitily withdied a few l.c us later. He leaves a Sold by all out any bad effects." widow and twin girls. dealers. . tiiy-nlii- A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep- sia and conMipntion, wtalens the We may "all; wh:i v.'- ;. ,,f JD whole system. Dean's Regulets (i!."ic K's ami lions raiupat.t. ; ml spread box) act mildly on the liver and ''-'- -per in li'or or f i t , .,r. jf heraldry were guided hy reii.ui n i()v bowels. At all drug In a Held : won il lM. u,,- niot noble and anus. Abraham Want ads are sure winners Cowley. s i,t - uin-Ien- t jtiBfe !mg!! fvPl Pleasure and Protection "One of the best reasons why I would not be without telephone service," writes a Georgia farmer, "is the pleasure it gives my wife and the knowledge that while I am away, she has the protection that the telephone gives." On the farm the telephone dispels loneliness and is the means of bringing help in any emergency that may arise. If you haven't a telephone on your farm see the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or write for our free booklet and learn how little this service costs. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. Oft Snift Your Gears! If I were going to nttempt a sermon and who does not feel himself capable of at least a couple?), my Urst test should be upon the theme, "Shifting Gears." I should begin with s pertinent Illustration. It would be the picture of a motorcar nnd a long hill. You size up the bill from the bottom and attempt It on the high gear. The grade BELATED RECOGNITION. proves to be steeper than at Bret thought The engines begin to pound. Plaint cf . Woman Vho Was Shadow-cRut you have vowed to make the top by a Detective. with a detective is on the high gear. Hy simply shifting "Aciinnliilancc not the gimil thing some people may over, with whatever reluctance, all Imagine." said n young wonrm who would be well. Instead, you let the enbus never jet been ncciiM-- of being gine fret and throb, perhaps stall Itself mi adventuress or anything else that is or wreck something, for your pride's supposed to get one's name on the sake. This the picture. Then the moral application iwhlcn every one bos seen front pages of the newspapers. "A few iiM:th ngo I was robbed of coming nil nlongi. "Now, good friends. n belt tluit I prized very highly been use. Isn't this ust what we are trying, to dor Are we not playing the foolish It was iiniime and cannot be duplicat spurt considerable money uua cli.iufTeur and wearing out our engines ed. or a licadipiartcr-detectiv- e, needlessly, when we attempt to take had the but without recovering Un- all life's roads upon the high speeds? Shift your gears before It is too late." belt. "That w.is all well enough, but the E. P. Frost In the Atlantic Monthly. was walking dowu other day as Thirsty Berlin. Broadway I saw Mr. Detective. He A census taken In tterlln at the dullsaw me. too. mid remembered that, be had seen me somewhele. but had evl est time ot the evening, between oalt dently forgotten the circumstances. past r and naif past a. showed that He 'shadowed' me for u block; then during these three hours mnety-elgwlien I tinned Into a store lie sllppi.l drinking places were visited Dy Into n doorway and waited for me o persons. It must nut be supposed that 'drinking come out. Again he shadowed me till there are only ninety-eigh- t 1 turned Inlo my doorway. places In Kerlln. On the contrary, a single street, the Blumenstrasse. which "At that point hi- seemed to sudden ly rcis.cml er th.it be bail known nie contains only eighty-fou- r houses. Das . for US I luoli forty saloons and an Inn. and there is net :i .1 sciu-- d to i:.ve a sluvjii- !i actually a street In East Berlin, the ed !! . it ami wail; e :;s-- Ij !oo': P. ! Madnlstrusse. which, with only fifteen houses, has seventeen saloons and three hotels. There Is very little Only One "BROMO QUININE" druukenuess to he seen In the streets of Kerlln. uud one must stay up late To get the genuine, call (or full name, LAXA TIVE iiKuaiu uuiminc look lor signature oi to see that but that Is not because E. W. GKOVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops cough and headache, and works on cold. 25c, the thing ts not abundant bat because the police win not tolerate any kind or disorder in public London 1'atler. New York's First Mayor. Ravages ot Ants. The first mayor of New York, Thomas Willett. was Inducted into ofllee in The ruins ut a splendid city on the (line, ltlii.1. Governor Richard Nicolls, north coast ot Jamaica remain as evl the first Knglish executive of the fu- dence ot the devastation that red nuts ture Kinplre State, was responsible for ore capable ot causing. An army ot the appointment of Willett, who vns a the lnects Invaded the city one day wealthy merchant and trader and had and drove away every living creature, a town house in New York and a coun- animal and human. Unit could escape try estate III Rhode Island, where his Prisoners In the Jails nnd bedridden . Willett, who patients In the hospitals were devour body was burled In Nut even n rat or chinch bug was a shrewd business man, governed cd alive. New York honestly and well and after In Liberia and other parts of West l:'s ilr.st term .of one year was- - made Africa nut bills as large as native huts i.inyor again in Nil!". The municipal g m nm.oiit of which he was the head are tumid. I'he large black aut Is ot that sort ot home. Such of live aldermen, three :rt'-and two niiglMi, and n sherllf. ant hills are out unknown In this conn iV.rn'igli police duties devolved largely try. although they are rarely so 'large but the black ant rarely Invades p ui the mayor, and he was "police houses. He is a scavenger nnd is pro New York World. i lalstiate .is well. tected by must farmers. BrouUlyu For any itchiness of the skin, for skin Eagle. rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's Bishop Butler's Generosity. Ointment. 30c at all drug stores. The saintly liisliop llutler. is still used us u text uook for clerical examinations, kept open CHILDREN'S TEETH. house at liiirhaui. when- - he dispensed hospitality with n lavish hand On one They Should Appear and the When occasion a mini called at the palace Order In Which They Come.. soliciting u subscription lui some chin The milk teeth (first teeth) are twen- Itable object "How uiiicli money Is ty In number. The time at which they In the house?" asueil llutler ol appear l.s subject to considerable va- there I'he secretary after In his riations, even under normal conditions. vestigatlon repllisl that there was f.'HMi following table gives the order 'The "Olve It to ti in then.' replied mid average time of appearance of the philosopher liisliup, "tor It Is u shame different teeth: that a liisliop should tin so uiiicli " Two lower central Incisors, sis to London (ilube nine mouths. Four upper Incisors, eight to twelve ' Gentleman. mouths. Gentleman is t rum the French "gen Two lower lateral Incisors and four anterior molars, twelve to tlfteeu tilbouiuie" and menu one who belongs to the gens, or stock, In old lioiuan months. . Were or gentlemen, law Four canines, eighteen to twenty-fou- r those only who had a family ii.iuie months. were born uf free parents, had no slave Four posterior molars, twenty-fou- r In then aucestial line mill nail to thirty mouths. At ouo year of ago a child should been degraded to a lower rank. have six teeth. Ancient Armor. f years it should At one iiud Ill l,rilt a nattle was tonghl near .Ml have twelve teeth. At two years It should havu sixteen inn. In Itaiy, unit so perfect was t ' imtn iiriin- - unit, although teeth. f years It should the coni'.lrt itiged truiii I) a. (it to I At two and p. (il.. ii u one on either side was eithei have twenty teeth. It Is not easy to explain where there killed or wounded, though ouo man nre so often variations from the aver- broke tils cuinii tmiie ny lulling oil ui age. The order In which the teeth ap- Dorse. pear Is moru regular than the time of Disenchanted. their appearance. Marked irregulari"Do ynd believe In the superbu ties In order of the appearance of the teeth are the rule in Idiotic children uianV" "1 used to, hut I dnn't Mny more." or (hose suffering from slighter mental "WbyT effects. "I married Dim.- "- Kichnnge. delayed dentition is generally caused by rickets. .Many healthy children, however, freiiuently have no teeth apEnglun Walnuts. pear until the tenth mouth of age- The so called English walnut u u m rhlludelphia Record. exclusively most the product France, whence this country liuHirt from In.uxj.utiu to &Mui.u'U d 1 1 bt n-- a Cyrua a Canal Builder, In speaking of the river regulations of the ancients Sir William Wlllcocks. the noted English engineer, said: "Cyrus the (Jrent controlled the Gyndes. a tributary of the Tigris. In a truly original manner. Babylonia was already peopled and lands were needed for his Persian troops. The Gyndes discharges 40,000 sectional feet nnd runs thirty feet deep In a sandy and tor, so he dug thirty canals, divided the waters of the river among them, closed the river by an earthen dam and completely controlled It As he could never have Induced his wild soldiers to dig these canals for any useful purpose, he took advantage of the fact that his favorite horse bad been drowned In the flood and urged bis soldiers to dig the canals uud dissipate the waters of the river In such a fashion that It could never again drown a horse. Engineer Ing Record. Reversed. This may be a new one to some ot our readers: Enter into the only drink dispensary In the dusty town an engineer on an examination trip. A small crowd surrounds a happy looking prospector who Is setting them up One man Informs our engineer, "Jim Just struck, the thin edge of an ore body on his Red mountain prospect today, and he's feeling mighty good." Then follows au introduction to Jim. who declares with emphasis, "Yes, sir. nm within' Just three feet of a mil lion dollars. " A year later, happening Into camp again, our engineer encoun tere Jim. sitting dejectedly on a bench In front of the same dispensary. After a drink In reply to an Inquiry about the great ore body Jim stated with sad emphasis, "Partuer, I'm a million feet from $31" Engineering and Mining 1 Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS M BUSWUS We pay the postage both ways on all paekagea Mo. or over, work Prompt guaranteed nrst-eladeliveries la sanitary paoksges. yon upon reference. Will credit Write for lnlormatlon. Better. still, send trial bundle. as mobile bed. He could build no regula- Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. HIGHEST MAH .E PAIO FOR HIDES ESTABLISHED SKINS & GO, 18 3 7 JOHN WHITE LOUISVILLE, KY, J olo oicaoEZ) Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains ' Hardifisburg, : Ky. ioezd aopoolfo1c BATHING IN Journal Heat Between the Planets. If there Is any exchange of heat be tween the planets, no human device can measure It. for tbe bolometer can not be Increased in its delicacy sulll dent to detect the minute amount That Is. the platinum wire the nerve, more sensitive than human nerves, can not be made tiny thinner and bold together In use. No influence of the plan ets upon each other has ever been detected hy the most accomplished observers with the most sensitive Instru uients ttiat can be made, tiesides two gravitation and light It must be that heat from (lie sun to the planets Is li since none comes to the earth li rellectlon tutense enough hy an electric nerve to jie thinner than u spider's thread. New York American tin-in- . JAPAN. 1(17-1- . Winter. In the winter uliois ,liange gii-a- t mid The t nature ceases from her prepares for the great wind sweeps through the a tor-- with sound like the blast I trumpet I'he dry leaves whirl In fddii' thiough the air A fretwork of iioan frost covets the plain. Tbe t.igiiaut water in the pools and ditch-i-is dwell into fantastic tlgmes. In the tow hanging clouds the sharp air. nUe a tniy shuttle, weaves her shroud ot snow. There is a melancholy aud continual runt In the tops ot the tnll lines like the roiu ut a cataract. It is the tiuu-ni- i anthem ot the dying year ocrat. .l.o.llgfelluw ut a At a tu ill I i supererogation In Japan the bath Is not only a necessity, but a delightful recreation. The Japanese have a way of their own of taking a ba'tli. They have a system that in some respects resembles that enforced at swimming pools lu this country. You must lirst wash the body thoroughly, and then you enter the tub. the water of which Is heated by an individual system. There, if you are in a pubd;- - bathhouse, you may smoke and (lore and chat with your friends In a dissipation that l.s said to bo exceedingly refreshing. The water Is kept hot, perhaps Increases In heat, ami when you leave the tub It Is still regarded as lit for the next customer. In a private hotie the muster and mistress may have their baths first, ami the same water serves for tho iuvlgoratloii ami diversion of the servants. The Ignorant fnielgner. who goes into the Japanese tub for the purpose of cleansing Ills body and with soap spoils the water for further use, Is not only guilty of a social error, but entails a hardship on the household. Including the servants. Itochester DemHow To Give Quinine To Children. Natives Waah Themselves Clean Before Getting Into the Tub. Partial' accounts of the luxury of a Japanese bath lead us to believe that we have something yet to learn about what is regarded by maiiv in tills country as a necessity and by more us a v- Tie Secret.. ikii iiuisipie a group ol girls de I ol ii uiaglciuir "Tell us, oh tell 'us. how we may remain always vt mm and hiwiivs bean gelis-lnell- tlful!" "Humph: single" the magician K .Nothing easier.' grunted ,"Cet u million uud it ay h.itige. Qualified FltDRILINK Is the trade-marname given to an Improved Quinine. It IsaTastelcn Syrup, pleasant to take aud does not disturb the atomach. Children take It aud never know it h Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Qtiiuine. Does not nauneate nor cause nervouiness nor rinuiiiL' In tbe head. Tr It the next time you need Quinine tor any purpose. Akk tor 2 ounce orltrln.il packace. The name FU UR1LIN1J is LJuwu iu buttle. 25 ccuu. Recognized. oiie-hnl- one-hal- "I'm sure my daughter Is going to make a gieat sinner some dav " "Is Jlint -- V' "Yes he's always quarreling with her liiothei. who tells me II is atisi lutely impossible to iiiitmigu her." He, trot Fret- - Pu--s rennsylvaiilu lawyer known throughout the state for his sharpness A Kne l4i Dad. Teacher .sevenu ot your examples in'arltiimetli- - are wrong. Johnny hi dliitit you ask youi father to help you) Johnn- y- Cause I wasn't looking tm trouble, that's V why.-ttxeba- - . Lota ot Checks. "Can von apply u check to your wife's extravagance?" "Can I? She )ut keeps me and my sccount im j supplying tbem."-Ha- iti mure American once met his match In a very unexpected quarter. An old woman was being cross examined hy him as to how the testator luil louked when be iniiilu a remark to her about some relatives. "I don't reiiicnil er. He's been dead three years." she answered testily. "Do you mean to tell me th;it your memory Is mi bad lint yu.t cannot go back three years?" demanded the attorney. , The witness was silent. "Did hu look anything llko uio?" tho lawyer finally ventured. "Seems to uio he did have tho same sort of vacant look," responded the old lady. New Orleans Tlmes-l'lcayuu- OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY Wait Ads, Brine Rtsvlts Heaith snd cheerfulness mutually each nthr. Addison. Feel languid, weak, rundown? Headache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy Is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1. I I 1 J 4 Mak:n0 the ILittleFarm Paul J By C. C. BOWSFIELD tlmt small amount of ordinary borax sprinkled dully on manure will effectively preforth adequate results In F.ng- - , T ROFFSSION- laud. vent the breeding of the typhoid or A I. pickle In those 200 years we have housefly. Similarly the same snbstunce made progress. If we compare MppP d t ) girt .'ge, refuse, toilets, make n Kro.it deal the conditions of farm life today damp iIook and crevices In stables, of money, ami with the farm life of 1711 we cellars or marvels will prevent fly eggs there Is mi oppor will wonder at the change. from batching. Itorax will not kill the tunity for non long time, Hut 200 years Is adult fly prevent It from luyli professionals to and when you divide the gain by eggs, but Its thorough use will prevent MYRIAD FORTS CONFRONT clear up tidy the time you see how slow the any further breeding. sum every year progress has lieen. CZAR IN MARCH ON BERLIN. The Investigation, which Included ex on 11 smalt tract Necessarily slow. Nature has pertinent with many substances, was of land. her own way of working, and undertaken t discover .some means of Advance Through East Prussia a GiPickle worth she has eternity to work in. preventing the breeding of tiles eating arc worth Man gains nothing save 11s he gantic Military Undertaking. horse manure without lessening the also fair price. works lu accordance with these value of this manure as fertilizer for mill the producer natural laws. Two hundred use by the farmer. It was felt that It is said that the Russian troops should be satis- years ago we knew little about some means of preventing the hrccdln have been divided Into four armies of fled with nothing agricultural chemistry and little of tiles near a human habitation co'ild 2,000,000 men each. These armies will lead. Take ac that was not wrong about any Ik- - devised the diseases spread by these practically be burled one after the othcount liere of ludlvf iluitl taste. Hearty rhemlstry. It Is the recorded exfilthy germ carriers could be greatly er through Hast Prussia and Gnllcia laborers relish his. salt, green cucumperience of all these weeks and reduced. While the "swat the tlv cam bers, but sniff disdain of fancy relishes toward lterllii. the goal, the succeeding months ami years, these seasons palgn." trails ami other devices for re armies lining the gaps of the ones good and bad. these reports from and unwonted tangs or mixed ilavors. ilticlng the number of typhoid carrying ahead after each general engagement such as the mangoes and plcnlllll. new llelds. the accumulated tiles are of value, they are of less I111 Thus Russia expects to confront Gergains of aw years, that have whose appeal to educated palate Is Ir portance than the prevention of the man put the farmer In the position resistible. with fresh troops. breeding. It was realized, however, The Russian war olllce declares that In which he stands today. If the soil of the pickle carded Is no measure for preventing the there will be no necessity for "feeding that thin It had better be devoted to cucum Let tin study nil this record. breeding of tiles would come Into com olT the country." as the commissariat bers. The long green variety Is best. Let us benefit by It and benefit mon use unless It was sin-that th Is In excellent condition by our experience last year, last It can be cut at little linger length or farmer could use It on Ids manure pile Small German fortresses will be left until nl st full grown and still week and yesterday. Home and without destroying Its usefulness for stormed. This plan of campaign lias be marketable. Have the ground made Farm. growing plants and without lutroilur been carried out lu the clashes with light ami tine; then mark It out ac Ing Into the soil any substance that German and Austrian troops with curately In squares eight feet each would Interfere with his crops. great success. Hut the main fortificaway. Where the square lines cross dig THE OPERATIONS IN SILAGE AND DAIRY COWS. As a result of experiments carried tions, such as Kocnlgsbcrg, Posen and Holes three feet across and at least on at the Arlington farm In VIrglul Danzig, will be Isolated, the main three feet deep. Put in the bottom A Trying Season U ths Latter Part of THE VOSGES REGION and New Orleans, I.a.. the lnvestlg:i strength of the army marching on to of them two Inches of brickbats or Summer and Early Fall. tors found that O.C'J of a pound Merlin, broken stones or dry corncobs, over One of the most trying seasons of borax or 0.7." of a pound of calcined The seizure of Iiisterburg. thirty that n foot of stable manure packed the year for the dairy cow Is the latter colemanlfe (crude calcium borate) tulles within the German frontier, solid; then till up level with rich earth. part of summer and early fall. At this French Embassy Gives Out Of would kill the maggots and prevent gives Russia a grip of the railroad good loam, d leaf season the pastures are often short or practically nit of the files ordinarily lines which lead to the two most Immold and rotted manure Is a breeding iu eight bushels of horse m:i dried up, and lu such cases It Is a com portant seaports of east Prussia good combination. Make the holes and ficial Report. mon mistake of dairymen to let their All them in May. Plant a dozen seed at the mouth of the Pregel mire from developing. This was prov river, where It empties Into the Frlscho cows drop olT In flow of milk through isl by placing manure lu cages am in each, sticking them down an inch lack of feed. Later they find It Im or so npnrt. When they sprout let comparing the results from piles treat Hair, which connects with the Baltic Paris, Aug. 21. "The progress of ed with borax and from untreated sea. ami Danzig, at the mouth of the possible to restore the milk flow, no them stand for fortnight; then pull up all hut three, leaving those most matter how the cows are fed. Good the German rluht wing has obliged us piles. Tin borax. It was found, killed Vistula, emptying Into the gulf of Danvigorous and healthy looking. dairy practice demands that the milk to yield ground on our left." says an the My eggs and maggots lu the ma zig and also connecting with the North The mire and prevented their growth Into sea. flow be maintained at a high level all official statement Issued here. To prevent bugs, whlch'suck the life Insterburg is an industrial town of from young vines, have bottomless the time from parturition to drying off. ministry of war announces that it has tiles. Besides being the boxes six Inches high and eighteen In the of garbage cans or refuse 31.000 population. It becomes necessary therefore to sup been decided to call nut the class of center of the web of railroads over Inches square. Paint the wood over ply some feed to take the place of the mil, which will give at least 200 ODO piles, twi ounces of borax or calclnei Fast Prussia. It Is on the main Hue bewith coal fur or even kerosene; then grass. The easiest way to do this Is additional troops. It also will call out colemaulte, ostlng from cents tack over one end a square of cheese by means of silage. Silage Is cheaper the active reserve and the eldest pound upward, according to the quan tween Merlin and St. Petersburg. It Is KM miles from St. Petersburg. cloth. Set cloth covered box over tlty which Is purchased, will etVectu and decidedly more convenient to use classes of the territorial reserve. Koenlgsberg Is seventy-tweach hill as soon as the seed are up. miles illy prevent tiles from breeding. than soiling crops. or before It. If there are cold, drying Washington. Am. :!1. The follow. In feeding to hogs garbage that con from Insterburg. Koenlgsberg. the capThe amounts to feed will depend winds. The bugs will not stay under ital of Kast Prussia, with 210.000 Inupon the condition of the pastures, Ing dispatch has been received from tulns borax care is also recoiiimeudisl habitants, Is a seaport of great imporneath the cloth, and the vines there varying all the way from ten pounds the Paris foreign oltlce by the French especially when the animals are belli will grow so fust as to lie out of danger tance. It Is defended against sea and to 11 full winter feed of forty pounds. embassy; fattened for market. P.orax Is not iu a fortnight. The boxes can be kept 'Along our Hue frim the River very po souoi-substance, and the laud attack. A wall surrounds the city It should be remembered In this con from season to season and are invalu nectlon that silage contains low per- SomniQ to the Vo.sge.i mountain range feeding of gjr'.iage that contains it p ami connects with a system of outly ing works, the prluc.':i! features of able for cucumbers, melons, squashes ecu. ig. of protein, so that the greater the defense Is holding well and the hogs Is it likely to be a serious mat or anything of that sort. the --.umtiut of silage fed the greater position and deposition of our forces ter. On the other band, borax iu huge which are twelve detached forts, ix on Keep the hills light and clean; also was the same on Aiu. 2 as last re iptintltiOM dies produce gastric ils the right and six on the left of the river th amount of protein In th Pivgel. It Is Hie principal fortified the whole space between them. Plows bat-thported on the iUv iireceilng. The tes- ttirb inces. I for this re is m a cerl In nt.:ry feeds to properly can run between the hills until the town of Fast Prussia. timony of fierman prisoner! captured amount of c jic is advisable. .' ration. vines .begin to spread. Once they fair Danzig, which is about ltlll miles Indicates that the actions iu the Vos-ge- s The method for Using this substance ly cover the earth what grass comes BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON FROCK miles from region luve been notable for the lu the case of stables Is to sprinkle from Kiieiilgsbcrg and up will not hurt them. Hooted in the A Chado For the Well. Merlin, has a population of 170.000 and great unmber of casualties. The U2tn the borax or coli'iiiauite In the qitautl This charming gown was built of '.v: f ) keep the cistern from the rich hills, they can easily give odds is surrounded by strong fortlllcutlnti!. to anything growing In poor soil. When sheer handkerchief linen elaborately t r.iy.i or the sun and assure cool and 112ml German regiments of In tics given above by means of u Hour there being a massive wall about the plowing is no longer possible a little embroidered by hand The sash of em w: .'l' : t!: summer time It Is a good fantry were so depleted after three sifter or other Hue sieve around the city and a cordon of modern forts. hoe work and hand weeding may be broldered linen Is the salient feature plan to t t a frame about the cistern days of fighting that the two were outer edges of the pile of horse tua The Russian advance Is Into regions combined In a .single organization of u re. Tile manure should then In In In order, but take care neither to bruise of this up to the minute frock over '.v!i. :i vines may run. The fol which are many places famous from less than full regimental strength. A sprinkled Immediately i with two or the days of the Napoleonic wars. lowing may be used: Set four the vines nor to throw loose dirt upon German regiment of Infantry numbers I hns; gallons of water to eight bushels l lie leaves, posts, on.' ft e.ich corner of the square CAMISOLES AND CHEMI-VEST- S General Relilieukamp. wdio Is leading of manure It Is essential, however, to the great Russian army Into Fast Prus- Unless there Is u ready market close about the Isieru. These posts are .I.OOO men. "The Russians have ciptured Alter sprinkle a little of the borax on the ma tit hand get the brine barrel ready as 1, was a cavalry general during tho Camisoles, which are brassieres made stein and invented the fortified city of ti'ire as It 1" added dally to the pile soon as the first flowers appear. It with the little shoulder caps, encircle war. He took a con Koenlgsburg. A battle rages In Gall must be clean and sweet before the the body with a tiny frill of net above. instead of u iltitig until a full pile Is spicuous part lu the battle of Mukden cla along an immense battle line from obt lined, because this will prevent the ami in other great coullicts. goes In. Old pork and fish bar brine not reaching above the arms, with rib the Vistula river to 1'tnberg. eggs which the tiles lay on fresh 111:1 ids always taint their later contents. bons over the shoulders. This lace Is I.'uipty whisky barrels or molasses bar "Tremendous perturbation is exhlb nure from hatching. As the fly mag fastened to a narrow piece of doubled Ited In Rerllu hy reason of the Inflow gets congregate at the outer edge of CHARGE WITHOUT OFFICERS. rels do excellently, but should be well net. with beading through which rib feTU I Ing thle of countless thousands of ref the manure idle most of the bora painted outside with red lead to pre bon Is run. Very thin lengthwise strips Latter Lost One After Another, but ugeea from Kast Prmsla fleeing be should be 'sprinkled there. vent me ravages or wood worms. of embroidery may form a camisole, Soldiers Kept on Fighting, : Slake the brine of soft water and clean with lace three Inches wide across the fore tlm crtislitug advance of the great l'lie London .Mull has a dispatch army " salt, strong enough to float an egg. A top. They fasten on the left side. Lit Russian The Cob Fire Kindler. from one of Its correspondents telling ilttlo bnfwn sugar or molasses Im tie cheml-vest- s to be worn next to the Where corncobs are plenty one has of his visit to tile French wounded iu proves the keeping quality. Itrlng it flesh nre made of nainsook, crape, china New Zealandcrs Take Apia. the materia! for a clean, tlrst class the Vosgos. He writes: to a boll and sMiu clean after every silk, lawn. etc.. and are twenty-fou- r to Ivondcn. An;. 31. The colonial of lire kindler. Secure a short length of Three men who fought wide by side filing Is dissolved. Ppur It Into the twenty-nini.l i INiitlnilS COOl, WATKIt fice has received a telegram from the stiff wire and have one end pointed so Inches long and without an said: 'It Is probably our own fault that barrel boiling hot, let stand a day and inch of extra material. K.t above the ground. They governor of New Zealand that Apia. as to force P easily Into the center of we are here. Our major fell at tho skim again before putting In pickles. re unci have 'Jt by I pieces run German Samoa, surrendered Saturday , first volley, and then all the other of- The net result Is nearly the same to an oxpe Uttmary force sent f:o:n from top to fop. Woven poultry llcers at succeeding volleys. When wo whether the pickles are cut small or Whenever You Need a rjeneral Tonic v. New Zealand Take Grove's ire Is stretched about these posts, found ourselves without olllcers we. at full length. Decide In the beginThe Old Standard Grove's Tasteless leaving the entrance way open. Win not bothering about what was going ning which size It shall be and stick a ran nui i iiiiNcoiis. Chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Is also stretched from the '' by I's 011 011 at the trout, rear or flank, fixed to. the decision. DROPPED BOMBS IN PARIS Cut the pickles every General Tonic because it contains orncod. Then saturate the cob with bayonets at 1.200 yards and went at morning while the dew Is on. Thus we111rnOTcnnnfonrnnP,:MofmiTMTMI?the '"''' " lms Here K""l'e phtiited about the wire so that the Daring Feat of a German Aviator Ij hoii.sene and the kindler Is ready. The them, singing all the way. We wore Tirt.-they are plump and cool, In the best nnrfTRriNT. u .At. A.. i, t in can be burnt and a clean, new one Just fifty yards from the enemy when tlle summer condition for keeping. Use very sharp out Malaria, Enriches the Blood nnd vluM lm' nl" ovcl' thl Reported. us. d the next time. This leaves no we were downed.' shears for clipping and take care to Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. time. Humbler roses or morning glo Paris. Aug. III. A German aviator dirt', oily kindler laying around lu the rlcs would answer the same purpose. A wounded artilleryman contribut leave the least bit of stalk to each Woodbine Is nlso suitable for this pur flew over Pails In an nereplnn Sun rou.I, and the wire takes up practically pickle, but never to wound, bruise or ed the following experience: l wit day afternoon and dropped three 110 pacc. FOR NEW SHIPS. pose. bleak the vine. If by accident a vine ARMAMENT nessed one horrible scene. The Ger bombs. Th ' did only hilling d.im is bruised or torn, cut It otT remorsemans were shooting from the deep age. lie r: dropped a naming torch lessly, so It shall not decay and set The Oklahoma and Nevada Are the ORCHARD AND GARDEN HINTS. trenches among which our artillery ABOUT MILK AND COWS. seven or t feet long, wound with up disease In the whole plant. He careF'Vst Three Gun Turret Vessels. was doing terrible work. Hut as fast German colors and at the same the ful not to bruise the pickles. In washThe fourteen Inch guns and mounts The briilsu of an apple may not ut is a German dropped fresh man took Warm milk should never be poured. time letter, weighted by u sandbag. ing use plenty of water and drain them for the new battleships Oklahoma and Into cold milk, nor should the night's The fetter, written In German, said. on e develop Into rot, but will make his place, until bodies of the Germans well before putting them Into the brine. Nevada have been completed and ship brown spot which disfigures and were on a level with the surface uf Keep a weighted wooden cover floating ped from the Washington navy yard milk be mixed with the morning's "The German army Is at the gates of lessens the value of the fruit. the earthworks. At this moment a Paris. There Is nothing for you to do op top of the brine, thus Insuring that As these are the first three gun turret milk. Many farmers who have been growerimin battery was ordered to ad Ia order to produce desirable, flavor except surrender." the pickles shall tav covered, Put ships built for the navy, their comple- ing fruit for years do not know that vance. The heavy wheels sauk in the It Is very essential that the milk utid only sort and size of pickle Into a ves tlon will be looked forward to with the apple and most other fruit trees trench, but the drivers furiously lashuu " ' ' ' ",mBr K1,m",r l,m' sel. If saying various sorts use brine considerable Interest. There are TERSE TELEGRAMS ' form fruit buds Iu the late summer ed their horses ami llnally drugged crocks instead of a barrel, thus mak- .number of new features In the con illliuii. the guns across the human bridge.'" mouths. Some cows are such persistent milk ing separation easy. structlon of the mounts, and the guns Tho Apples kewp best when allowed to national encamp aro the last word lu ordnance construe- - ers that it Is nlmo.st lmposstblu to dry ment of the G. A. R. Is In progress at hang on the trees until they reach maZEPPELINS HAVE BOMB CAGE. freshening. This Detroit this week. them off before tlon. turity, but that does not mean soft and fdiould be done, however, for every The Nevada-wil- l bo launched at Quln- It Is a common fallacy that Steel Box Lowered 2,000 Feet or More. Thu senate bus confirmed tho nom ripe. PASTURING ALFALFA. cy. Mass., on July llf- Tho Nevada is good cow needs a Ilttlo rest. ination of Attorney General McRey-nobi- s green. Immature fruit will keep the Man Hurls Explosive. The cream separator Is recognized a sister ship or the Oklahoma. The to bo an associate Justice of the jest. It Is poor policy to pasture alThe method used by Zeppelin air keel of the Nevada was laid on Nov as the mo.st economical method of supreme Promptly gather up and burn all ships In dropping bombs has been de falfa with horses or sheep, becourt. 4, 1012. The Nevada will be of 27,000 skimming milk. cause they graze closely and Inscribed by 1111 Fngllsh refugee who has Over 300 guests suffered heavy 'irtish mid rubbish lu the orchard. tons displacement anil KH feet long. It Is quite a common practice lu jure the crown of the plant, says Any time lu the year Is the right arrived In Umdou from Belgium. The washing milk utensils to start with losses by a blaze which threatened for begin planning for 1111 aspara dirigible hovers overs Its objectlvo at Orange .ludd Farmer. Never tho line to hot water. This Is not tho best meth n tlmo to completely destroy the Hotel gus plot. pasture It until It has been esChamberlain's Colic, Cholera and od. In boiling milk it, skill forms on Islasworth at Atlantic City. la siilliclent altitude to keep It out of Remember that the wood ashes are range or ine enemy's guns. tablished for at least a year. At the Diarrhoea Remedy. Thu scuato hns confirmed the selec It. The hut water likewise hardens the best klml of fe"tillcr for the or- - same time, to get It should never be pastured so better nlm, It low. 'I advised the 'boys' when they en this 011 to the sides of the milk vessel, tion of Thomas W. Gregory to be nttor- - hard, lawn or garden. closely that It will not be posers a steel cage attached to n steel listed for the Spanish war to take making It hard to remove. Thu better noy general, filling the vacancy left by I'elery dcllglils In a low. rich, heavy, wire rope 2.000 or 11,000 feet long. sible to take the equivalent of wuy Is to first rinse the utensil In cold Mr. McHoynolrts's advancement to tho Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a two cuttings of hay during the mo.'st soil and Is usually grown upon This cage Is divided Into compartsupremo court. Remedy with them, and have re- water, and It should be rinsed 11s kooii die Mime IiiimI yetir after year. entire seanin. After clipping ments, and It curries one mnn, whose; as It Is emptied of milk or else tin? f Approximately one and mil Peg, bprrow or" Imy mi the wood duty It never pasture for tit least 0 ceived many thanks for the advice givbombs. rinsing will not' lion unnaturalized foreigners more iis.iim you can to use In the garden. The cageIsIs to throw down tho t'o milk will dry Some farmers divide week. sulUclently strong en," writes J. H. Houghlaud, Eldon, so thoroughly and thenIt. ninko years old. natives cf Work them welt Into the soil. than twenty-onremove their llelds Into sections and rltle fire ngtilust It Ineffective, nnd be, Iowa. "No person whether traveling Through the use of silos ml soiling warring Kuropean nations, are In tho part ut one time. every hit of the hen manure. cause of Its small size 11ml the fact H've or at home should be without this great crops from two to live times ns many United States, according to latest reKep It 'dry ml put It on some crop that It Is kept constantly in motion It -I remedy." For sale by all dealers. ports of the census bureau, cows can be kept 011 tho same laud. jext uprliig. Worth Its weight lu gold. L very illlllciilt I ir heavy guns to hit It, 11 11 Sfoircr The readers of this paper wilt bo pleased to learn that Iher at least ono itrmtltd llsense th.it silen.-lias been a . nnd Hint It n'le to cur - In nil Its I'm-.in tlio only ..mrrli. Hall' rut IMisltlvc cure now kii.iwii to the medical fraternity. Cntnrrli bi Intc n constitutional (Unique, reoulris a rum tltiitlonnl treatment. Hall's I'ntnrrli run- l taken in- nctlliir ill r. t lv unnn I ho nnd tmn'oiifl siirfn.es of the system, there l destroying the foundation of the nnd cllltlir 111" li.Hloiit utronirtli liv building up Dm constitution mid assisting nmurc in uoing its worn, 'i no proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Hollars for nny cane that It falls to cure. Send ror list or testimonial. Addrm: F J. CIlr.NI'.V A CO, Toledo. O. Sold hy nil bruicRlits. TSe Tke Hall s Family Pills far constipation. . IiTih-h- $100 Reward, $100 o PROGRESS IN AGRICULTURE. BORAX BARON VON AND HOUSEFLIES. MOLTKE. lur dates principles What Is called b.ii k erally slowly developed through practical experience, through study of the conditions, especially through study of the failure of certain farm lands Jo bring 11 years. The of farming, now genbegan then to be nnleni ngrleut A Field Marsh. I of the Entire German Army. Method For Preyjnt re Flies From Breeding In I'arie .Minn. iSjiieK dt ill m . EUROPE tV.fi' !! tPrepurd lv t'liited Hi 1. u tnirtil of speOn j I' s resii't of experiments the cialists of the department of An ngii.-ul-Hir- have discovered 3? is tliy non lio'd ut.d . I Mill t!.it the nolitu n.iimi of human promem' Now the hott Tlmt tlirotm tli utronuliolds. coast to const Yields to the call of Mvngery. Ajcain do thy dominions tec That picture which vnr lovest best filrttV, famine, horror, wnstod lands. The hlnod of youth nnd tnnnliood spitted. So liast thou tonus I thy mmtity hands The linnds hut lately promise filled From noble labor nnd nnce more caress The bygone weapons of tlilne old dlstressl New York Times. Wh.re thine o r.uiopr. wlii n iieitrd wi-.i- 11 11 11 7 "f M 11 life t Mh Otic-thir- d one-thir- one-thir- g. 11 11 o 11 - 11 1 e 11 11 11 p;.-;:- Ru.sso-.lnpaucs- c :jf (.r.,(J;'A tIT le I . 11 1 ir el-b- 11 11 11 forty-eight- - 11 Dalr-rhoe- one-hal- o pits-tur- o 11 11 4 11 c kn at n m aaaaeiBHHHHBaaHnnHariHaHii0iiiBBH00 n rmoiMieemert m simdfrecl Oiib aJiae Mid ;Vmi(yiianJ After all, war, simmered down, seems to be simply a case of trying to "Get the Edge" on the other fellow. hut when it comes to "getting the edge" on Fall Merchandise, "we're mobilized. Now we can't say we approve of war "Note the Prices and Compare" Very Special Shoes nln OC 0(l Ob Men's good work shoes; al sizes; at, pair, $1.50 and Dress Goods and 44 inch, all wool, sponged and .shrunk fergc; all colors 0Rp 12 Boy's School Suits S2.00 shoes Hope Cotton: as roanv vards as you wnt at .... . at Ouu AO Hoosier Cotton: per yard r The best line of children's school we have ever shown: prices from at With 2 pairs pants; just like cut; all wool; sizes 9 to 18; $3,98 y(5 inch all wool serges in all col- - ors, at 28 4fOll yard' yard Pilgrim Calico; per Sl.l'J the pair. to... S2.00 WuiUU Our clothing department is full of new goods, and good values. The line we show demands a look. The famous "Stronger than the Law" in women's, men's and child- ren's: pair $1.75, $2.25 and A good inch crepe de Laine; a beautiful early outins cloth, per UU P. M Pft IfyfalJdit!:,lll0l0rS 25C 27 inch costume crepe; a rare valub; special, yard ftr can't afford to overlook our Ribbon Department; we are now offering splendid ribbon in 2i to 4 inches wide very 4 fl- special at, yard . IUC You A very special in boy's tan school shoe; sizes 12 to 5; a rare bargain; QQ ZOll blue and white dish pan a splendid value at A 14-q- t. on Jtfu 4 Colgate's Talcum powder; cans for . . 2 25c inch fancy pla'd suiting; a very Prt- QUO new fabric, at, yard, 15c, 25c and K2 Serpentine crepes: all solid colors; at, yard Oil Pp Don't forget the Country Fair Sept. 25th and 26th "The Busy Store," Ed. F. Alexander, Irvington, Ky. day. The guests were amused with var THE BEST PROOF. ious games. They were then invited to the dining room where the table was decorated with caudles and pajer nap Citizens Cannot kins and then were served with delicious Cloverport McO.ulliii. Louisville has Mi.v Lilian ices and cakes. been the guest of Miss Julia Lynns. Doubt It. Dr. W. It Tajlor, George Huff and Master Ilns-- . Wythe ha- - returned from Robert Lyon motored to Hodgenville Clover ort. Doan's Kidney Pills were used Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. Kli Hoard, H.irdinshurg, Thev brought benefit. Mr Alviu Rice is able to be out again The story was told to Cloverport resi .ire guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ale Dowell. .after suffering a serious injury Monday. dents. Misses Mary Alexander, Klirabeth I Henry Simmons, Globe, Arizona, was Time has strengthened the evidence. Crider, Messrs. Hubert Lyons and Gillie the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Addie Ilrown, Has proven the result lasting. Dow ell motored to I'laherty Saturday last week. The testimony is from this locality. and were quests of I)r and Mrs. 1' H. K. ri. Itar.dy was seriously injured in The proof convincing! Nevitl. a runaway accident. Mrs. A L Alms, 007 Locust street, Mrs. N'ell MeCIintick, Louisville, spent I'rof. Herchel Kirk and Iiyron Cook Owensboro, Ky , sas: "I have used Tuesday night v.itli her mother, Mis. attended Institute at Hardinsbtirg last Doan's Kidney l'ills with good results Cornwall. and consider them a superior kidney week. Ilollowell and wife returnRev Albert Lottie I'.iudy, assistant cashier Pirst remedy. iJoan's Kidney Pills promptly ed to Kockport, I lid., Tuesday, having State Hank, has been ill at the home of relieved backache, difficulty with the assisted Rev. W. W. Stout in a two kidney secretions and pains in the back her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sipes. weeks meeting at the Ilaptist church. and top part of m head. We have Mrs. C. W. Hawes and chi'dren and and wife returneil to LouisRev. great confidence in Doan's Kidney Miss Mildred Hawes spent the week-enville Saturday Mils." ill Owensboro. Miss Jcse ISra'dy entertained a few Permanent Cure. Mrs. I). C. Heron entertained Miss friends ti a "500" party Priday evening. On February 20, lol2, Mrs. Alms Guedry Ilram'ettc, Messrs. I'red Tierce, A number of our citiens will attend C!overxrt and Logan Helm, Lexington, said: "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills State 1'air. to dinner Sunday in honor of her dau- made some time ago has been perma Miss Viola ilewis left for Owensboro ghter, Miss Heron, who left Monday to nent. ou are at liberty to continue Sunday where she will take up her du- attend school in Louisville. publishing my former endorsement." ties as teacher in Owensboro High Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply Irvington Graded School will open School. ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Monday, Sept. i jth. Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Alms Mr. C. I). Hook anil children are had. Co., Props., Iluf' liome from a visit to relatives at Union Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly salo. N. V. Star. The Old Standard general strencthenine tonic, Misses Mary Heron, Julia Lyons and OKOVI'.'S TASTKLliSS chill TONIC, drives out enriches tlieblocxl. and builds upthesyt-terliliza I'iggott left Monday for Louisville Malaria. ttue tonic. 1'or adults and children. 50c begin to unload preparatory to foot it A down the hill. Mike and Heck takinc where they will attend Girls High School. in the situation, decided they had been A Delightful Hay Ride traveling'at a slow rate so they got up Mrs. liliahclh Lyons, Olen Dean, Is speed and made a run of a mile per minvisiting relatives and friends in town. ute (at least the ones left on the hillside Irvington, Ky., Lept. 2. (Special) 1'latt and Leon Lewis, Louisville, spent Wednesday evening the young people of thought so). Hut here's to the plucky hour's- delay the party proceeded on but the week cut! at tlie beautilul home of Irvington gave a hay ride in honor of driver, Wilbur Dowell, who stayed with failed to reach J. N. T.yddan's, but found Miss Kva Cnrrigau. Miss Hdith Dowell, Louisville. MessrsT them until their course was finished, they were near the hospitable home of Mrs. M. P. 1'ayue spent Wednesday Gillie and Wilbur Powell furnished the The strange part of the incident was Geo. Lyddau, so they "driv" in, un night with Mrs. Wilt Hall, Webster, who conveyance which consisted of two hand- that a certain young lady had just remounted and were given a warm and is very ill. some black mules and a wagon on which lated that in the wee hours of the morn- welcome hand by Mrs. Lyddau who was Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner motor- was placed an immense hay frame. At ing she hail dreamed of being on that wide awake and as she said enjoying ed to Gustou Saturday, They were ac- "yo the jolly party left town bound for hill in an auto and mi accident had deThe Ilreckeiindge News," but Mr. companied by Mrs. I). W. Henry and the beautiful country home of Mr. ami layed her for icvcral hours. The crowd Lyddau was in dreamland. However JVIiss Henry. hoodoo." The run- our hilarity aroused him, so forthwith he Kvcrything went considers her a Mrs. J. N. Lyddau .Mrs. A. T. Adkins entertained to a well until a certtain hill wis reached aways were finally halted but found they was up and piloted us through his hand- surprise birthday party, Saturday, hours when Mr. Ode Whoberry (a heavy-3-- 5 had strewn the occupants, coats and pil- some residence and gave assistance in in honor of Nellie Adkins' eleventh weight) gave the alarm that the frame lows and "all" the hay from the hillside rebuilding our conveyance, and, best of r birthday and Carl Adkins' eighth birth- - w as breaking, so the crowd to the Vebster Stone Co. After an all, he treated the crowd beautifully with d FOR SALE One of the best farms within the vicinity of Hardinsburg. ur e i 1 Containing one hundred and fifty-fo(154) acres of land under good fence, in high state of cultivation. Well watered; within two and one-ha- lf miles of Hardinsburg and two miles of Harned. Seventy acres in grass and clover; twenty acres in timber; on a good road. 1 Foster-Milbur- n HARDINSBURG, J. 0. BAKER, KENTUCKY Mr. Lewis Had Lucky Find; T. C. Lewis, the jeweler of Hardini-burS- ( helter-skelte- melons and grapes. Mr. Lyddan was lovely to us, but insisted that we leave no one at his home. Those who composed the party: Misses Sue Bandy, Lillian McGufiin, Julia Lyons, Edith Dowell, Elizabeth Cain, Kva Payne, Jessye Ilrady, Mary Alexander, Nell Smith, Mary Henry, Guedry Bramlette, liliza-bel- li Crider, Margaret Conniff, Mildred Hawes; Messers. Morris Cain, Robert Lyon, Gillie and Vilbnr Dowell, Alton McCoy, George Huff, Ode Whoberry, Ilion Jolly, Lewis Herudou, Harry Haydeu ilramlette, Wilbur Parks. Con-lilf- s, jewelery for found a pocket book containing a ten dollar bill and some silver; at the UBUUk. 1U II H.flUll ww Mir wfv on nix mm I vu turn home. He notified the ticketuis agent, uui iiaa uui ucara 01 me owner yet Mr. Lewis attended the jewelers con vention. He had a grand trip and became posted on all the new lines in 1014 and lg!5 Your druraltt will refund money U FAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any caie of Itchlaf, BIlud.BIeedlngor rrolrudlng Plica la6to Mdaya. Toe first application gives aie and Rest. Stt' Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days f IRVINGTON PHARMACY, The Drug Store That Saves Yob Money