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The Breckenridge news: September 16, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914091601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 16, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXIX FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. German rci.iniwl'atloii with the Ger man front la France and nlso to check tT' "widlri-o.f troops to the French nPV front. The Bohlan success1. Is r!itmiil. have been largely lustra-niTU- l In affoctlm? both of these, pur : 1 Pages No. 11 GERMANS DESEHTlfiG COMPARES ONE'S LIFE WITH !1S. ADAMS 1914-1- 5 PRESIDENT For Mrs. MoorAid IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS This question h.H been repeatedly A teacher has her school ndver asked tised to begin on Monday, August 31, which day is the beginning of the Conn ty Institute. Can she dismiss school for Institute week anil count same in making up her first monthly report Answer : She can not, for on this point the Kentucky School Laws rend as follows : "During the Institute there shall be a suspension of all schools as are in siou. but no reduction of the teachers s.ilary shall be made on account of such suspension, therefore, if your cliool be not in actual session you ennuot count Institute week. Another question that is lieing usked me almost daily is : "Will the law force the teacher and patrons to use the newly s adopted this year?" In an swer to this question I will ask them to read Section 101 of tlie 1514 Kentucky School Laws which read as follows: " 1 11c nooks auoptea oy tue commission as the uniform system of text books for the state shall be introduced and used as s to the exclusion of all others in all of the common schools of the state for a period of five years from date of adoption and it shall not be lawful for any teacher or any school officer to use or for any board of education to permit to be used any books upon the same subject other than those adopted by the commission. Any member or members of any board of education, any trustee or teacher, violating the provisions of this section, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction by a fine of not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars and all such fines shall be con verted into the treasury to the credit of the county in which such fine is assessed." This is not the opinion of your teacher nor the ruling of the Superintendent, but is a statute law and must be obeyed, so I trust the parents will supply their children with the necessary new- books as soon as possible and in so do ing comply with the requirements of the law m regard to the text books tor school Uie. J. W. TRFNT. Superintendent of School : -text-booktext-book- R. R. ENGINE Elected By the Ladies' Term k teachers' examinations 0o for the year. p sm Thi o BR08SELS Anglo-Belgia- ns and rar!s'say that the v-- ny ! R- ,i li etail Town, , AMIENS IS EVACUATED ley t Thews two armies have by t't" Pn'slsns t ! i !a vhon t':ev wpre a d' '.per-T'rtr ccjt"entrat in th viefn-V- . if HavarisjHn. Thy wcr raiuht ;),'t'vp:i ri' trd unable to protec' ,hrIr vagm or tranr: or; c; il av I. The Rev. Thompson Preaches Two Helpful As Well As Enfir fie past few days have tertaining Sermons to Clover-pooverwhelmed the power of the in Gillch and thnt the Last Methodists Sunday iMo!'s' of !l't armtoi of General Visit Here. :r 'rt:err and Itikl cannot Ions reports from Potrograd. Rom Russian vie-tor;v (?-t man and Mrs. Hoffious Vice rt Presidents: s'iitlcn'1 ei In Mvaders Compelled to Give Way All fro"! !WM'l' of nil kinds and The 3r io'v cov.'iVtely ftrrnunded ' rpl.?h bureau ! the new? !'.' rhls reTfon of the Austrian ar:i"' scon will 'u- - prisoners of the j"',-ct!n? of a r.iaMis I'frs thf- - vr Along the Line. OUT QF FRANCE f rjr BEING DRIVEN Pails Reports That Retreat ol In yagers Is General. Passensera Folkestone special: from Flushing tiring the rumor that army has the Brussels, the Germans having previously evacuated the city. Anglo-Belgian Generat Joffre, special: In chler of the French forces, In a letter to the minister of war says that the Trench 'victory appears more and more complete. "Everywhere the enemy U In retreat, abandoning prisoners, wounded, and stores." In a further statement he says that the German army is hastening before the French, having evacuated Amiens and falling hack eastward between Soissons and Rheinis. In,tho center the Germans still hold the south end of thy forest of Argonne, but west of this they have retired north-warfrom Vesle and are making no attempt to defend the Marne to the On the right southeast of Khelms wing the Germana who were along the Meurthe are in retreat hnvond St. Die and Luncvllle. and the Fiench have 1 reoccupied Draon I.'Etape and several NT,other towns along the German border. The Germans evidently are making an heroic effoit to retain Rheinis, for with Its loss to the French their communications for ammunition and supplies by way of East Belgian territory and Luxemburg would be cut off. Important Belgian Movement. A large Belgian army under Kin? Albert has defeated the Germans with conslden-blloss at Termonde, Ghent The effect of this has and Llerre. been to drive the Germans In the district around Antwerp south toward Brussels. It is said that the German forces live I"mi 'InnM out of a territory fftem i.il cs south of Antwerp. f ti'ot of these move-ruThe purLondon k commander d 1 e - Tfe r5'.sel;n Campaign. It Is surmivd that the Austrian , ij , vers unable to withdraw ISO,; ') men aflir the disasters at Krah-v'Mil Tofns-oIt Is s?ld that th" Rii.Tifans in the List two days hav? tx'-i'10.0011 prisoners Including 1,100 o!Uco"3 and an lmnonse amount of ammunition and military stores also have fallen Into the bands of the Rus slans. The surrender of General Auffcn-barand General DenkI will have two Immediate results. The way will be open for the great Russian army to advance toward Hreslau and from there to Berlin, and also for an on Hudapest anil Vienna. upon completing their operations In Gallcla, plan to move directly toward Vienna Thor plan Is to form a Junction at Szolnok with the Servian army, which Is to marh northward Hungary a'.mt the River throncl! TIa7anow, now tl'at ttey have captured the town of 7emltu on the Dan ubo. It Is reported that t ie Rinsian v U s !".':-- . fd to t:r cavalry al vicinity of Posep and I' Is believed that TVvb -- !!' sTl'v fir M;i. ;? nre?!au with a fcr lion men This ' irat!" l.'v fie cn'v w .; e re-i- nl n--- 'u -- 11:3 rate lcr"n?T"- vtl v vi'l vlth this oe?'iri' prartically clear to i:cr:.n from the southeast. Mount Pisgah, Near Irvington. The home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron, of Irvington, lias the Biblical name : "Mt. Pisgah," which was given to it by her father, the late Dr. I. II W, When he bought the farm Prank. which was then in woods, he sought a location for a home sight, an emminence overlooking the surrounding country, When the home was completed he had pronounced the work good and called it "Mt. Pisgah." Undergoes Operation. op j rated on -- Mrs. George Weatherholt who was at St Anthomy's Hospital Wednesday is getting along nicely and will be able ta return home in the next two weeks. She was accompanied to Louisville by her daughter, Miss Stella 'Iva i.een tpcut.off Weatherholt, mcijuaoy Mining 10. Sells for CASH ONLY I The Ladles' Aid Society of the Methodist church has elected officers for l'.IU ltH5 term as follows: Mrs Helen Adams, president; Mrs. Wick Moor'KEEP ON SMILING" man, first vice pte.ddent; Mrs. Wm. Ilollious, second vice president; Miss 'CkmI has planned your life" with Lizzie Sklllmau, secrUnry; Mrs. J. C this thought the Rev. Thompson, pre- Nolte, treasurer; and Miss Ueoigia siding cider of the Methodist church, White, pianoist. The aid reported '.'U0 opened his sermon Sunday morning. for local work during the last ear. Predestination is true.lmt wedouot live , If you lived God's plan, you would Remembered to Friends. If you do not, le a wonder to yourself. you are in the way. A railroad engine Dear Mr. Uabbuge: As I was home a wonder, hut, off the track in the ward bound last September I met you big road it is in the way. The way to ou the train and subscribetl for your know tilts predestined plan is to hear paper. The year is nearly gone, you God's call, and the way to hear his call will find postoffice order for $1 to re is to be willing to see the need of your new my subscription. Allow me to say He told the story of Morence setvice hello to nil my friends. Kentucky has Nightingale who nursed the wounded a warm spot in ray heart. Mrs, Mary in the Criuicuiati war. She saw soldiers Amnions, Deluno, Cal. the need of her services; it was God's call. Today the Ued Cross ship will Not Improving "Much. leave Xew York, carrying 138 American The many friends of Susan Walker nurses, who are following in the foot will regret to know that her condition steps of that little English woman. 'Keep on Smiling," was the does not show great improvement after thought of his sermon Suuday night. an illness of ten days. Hir loyal friends, "People say so many tilings they do not both white and colored, are certainly Few doing all thev can to make her well and mean," said Rev." Thompson. mean it when they meet others and say happy again. Her faithful services at " They home, in her work and at church are "Good Morning," or "Good-byshould mean it. Ijt Htiglaud many missed by everyone. people greet each other with the saying, "Keep on Smiling." Lampton-H- all. Rejoice Put joy into your religion. evermore tor (ou is at hatiit. tie is Mr. Russell Hill and Miss Ruth right by your side in your trials and Lampton, of Madrid, Ky., were mar sorrows if you keep on the right track, Monday evening if you answer his call to service. Don't ried in Canneltou last were in Cloverport en route home nerves, your feelings, it They give way to your injures your health and the health of and stayed at the Napper House, ac companied by two friends. thoe around you. The Rev. Prank, pastor of the church, Elks Will Give Fair At has one more Sunday before Conference Owensboro Next Month. large attendance is expected and another it all the services next Sunday. Cloverport people, who like to go to Miss Nolte Handles $312 Gwensboro so well, will be interested in city are to In Pennies and Nickels knowing that the F.Iks of that give the Davies County Fair October 7, 8, g, to. Those who go to Rringlitig's Miss Kloise Nolte, treasure of The Circus this Saturday will be sure to go Epworth League and the Methodist back to the fair for Cloverporters are be Sunday School, has har.dled since Sep ginning to see "There is no place just tember I!13 to this month 431'.!, in like Owensboro." small change. She has a talent for The fair has a splendid f mile financing and has splendid success in track resurfaced with clay this spring, receiving money for these two inistitu The members of the American Trotting tion. People seem to go to her with Association will be there. money and she carries on the work of Likes Gulfport, Miss. the two treasuries in an excellent way. Miss Nolte's father, Mr. J C, Nolte, is treasure of the Methodist My Friend John : I am living in Gulfport, Miss., mid am church of this city. well pleased with the country and climMrs. Allen ate. Gulfport lias a population 'of 8000. I live right ou the beach and have a Mrs. Mllzi Mien is critically ill at good breee all the time,' It never gets her country home near this city. Airs. as hot here as in Kentucky and I li,ke John Ulythe, Mrs Iwdward Oglesbv and the climate even better here than that of other relatives have been at her bed- Colorado. side. You will find one dollar enclosed for which you will send me the "Ureckeu-riilg- e News," as I like to hear from my Qualifies As Adminstrator. Hardlnsburg & Trust llreckenridge county friends. The Bank of Your friend, Co, has qualified as administrator of J. T. 1IAKF.R, of William Hendrlck dethe estate Gulfport, Miss., Sept. 10, 1914. e one-hal- Having spent the past week visiting the rural schools, I am highly pleased with the work of our teachers, and especially am ploased with some of the primary work. In f.ict, the Primary work by some of our teachers Is almost equalled to some of the work of Mr Komer, during our County Institute. All of the schooU I visited were doing Kood work and in every individ ual school I could sco some part of our institute work; this is highly pleasing 3ir,a u ,hoW!, to us that our Institute work is not without results. Furthermore, It shows our teachers are awake to the Interests of our schools and looking forward to their improvement. Hardlnsburg graded school and Prof. T. S. Williams, Principal of the Ureck eurldge County High School, reports In th an enrollment of twenty-tw- o Freshman Class and a total enrollment of fifty in the high school work. This is the largest enrollment since the establishment of our high school. The large Freshman Class shows an in creased interest in school work and bespeaks a great future for our County High School. Prof. J. A. Marshall, who has charge of the 7th and 8th grade work In tha Cloverport Graded School, reports a great opening for their school with an enrollment of more than three hundred pupils in charge of real teachers, who, If possible, mean to make this the baa ner year for the C. H. S. 000 000 000 Andrew Drlskell who is now teaching in the Fordaville Graded School, reports an enrollment of more than two hundred for the first week. In connection with his graded school work Prof. Drlskell has with hirn now some who are doing Normal School Work and :i large number theso will euter for normal work later, tf uoo Institute meets 1914. at Hardlnsburg September 'I, This is ,1 joint session of llreckenridga and Meade County Teachers. Please remember the law requires all teachers to be present. Prof. W. O. Nuckles will be the instructor. Colored Teachers' County teachers' examination, Friday and Saturday, September 13th and lgth. Colored teachers' examination Friday and Saturday, September 2.'th and 26th; these two will be the last White Ship Leaves. The steamer Red Cross, bound on an errand of mercy to the European war zone, left her anchorage in Gravesend nay late aucuay atterucou with U'. trained nurses and thirty surgeons on board. Thousauds and thousands of dollars were given them. Last week in New York the Germans had a meltiug pot in which they put their gold rings, pins and other jewelry to be melted and sent to their people in the war zoue. One widow gave her wedding ring, the only gift of her hits band. Enjoyed Glen Dean. B. Kincheloe, assistant cashier of the Uank of Usrdins-buij- r and Trust Co., spent his vacation at Glen Dean with headquarters at the Glen Dean Hotel, lie hud Ills lino horse and buguy nnd cnj'oycd the time driving over the beautiful hills and valleys and fared sumptuously on fried chicken and other good tilings so plentiful in that good neighborhood, lie said it beat Atlantic City for a real good healthful outing. M. From a College Girl. Dear Mr. Uabb.igo Kudosed tind il.CO for which please send ma for one year the "nrickenridce News" to the following address, as I am now enrolled as a student in the ceased. Patent Flour, per barrel. Per 24 pound sack Golden Grain, per barrel Per 24 pound sack BoUed Corn Meal, per bushel Per sack Shipstuff in 400 lb. lots or more, per ton Shipstuff in single Hundreds, per cwt $5.80 73c $5.00 67c $1.04 52c $29.50 $1.50 Cheap Fertilizer until Sold, First Gome, First Served. $20.00 Phosphoric Acid, per ton $ 4.25 Sulphate of Potash, per cwt per cent IperffO CO J Actual Potash neauS-w- - n Who.i J ToVai pnospborlc ucld per cent f lonytpV We prepay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., or more in weight to all stations on the Henderson Kouto and on the M., II. & E. railroads. 4J Call on us for all kinds of Building Material ordering do not forget that the CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE ORDER. lVhen McQuady Milling Co McQuady, Ky. 9 Valpsralso University. Very respectfully, ETHEL CART, Will Represent Kentucky. Will Eastern Stars Rooom Altrurla Halt, Meet in Owensboro. Valparaiso, Ind. Miss Dorothy Graham May, the little Mrs. Henry May, daughter of Mr. and New Brick Store House. Owensboro will be the host of from of this city, has been notified that she 4OO to 5OO guests, when the grand chap been chosen to have her picture has Newsom Gardner broke ground in terof the Order of the Eastern Star made for "The Temple of Childhood" will convene in this city on October iX at the exposition at San Francisco. Irvington last week for a new will be .10 by Music Schools and The meeting of the chapter will hold She and a number of her little friends brick business house. It 65 feet, complete with all modern Im Kindergartens Open. sway for three days, October I3, H and here will have their pictures there. provements and up to - date store 15. Extensive arrangements are now Miss Eva May, Miss Lula Severs, equipments. Mr J. K. Uramlette Is being made' by the various committees Miss Margaret Burn and Mrs. J. H. the contractor. Studying Watch Making. already appointed by the Owensboro their music Rowland have opened Order of the Eastern Star, and the Miss schools for the coming term. Sells Farm. who will assemble from Raymond T. Kincheloe, of Hardins-burFrancis Sawyer began a kindergarten every section of Kentucky, will receive is in Attica, Ind., attending the Charlie Butler living near Constan class Monday and Miss Annie Kaltt haa royal treatment while in Owensboro. A DeSelms Watch School. He writes: tino has sold his half Interest In his a primary school. true Southern hospitality will be ex- "Enclosed find 25 cents for The Breck- farm to his partner J. W, Reesor for tended the guests by the Owensboro enridge News. I like the school here $3100. Election Commissioners. Owensboro Messenger. members. fine, but I feel lonesome without the Breckenridge News." Russell Compton has been appointed NOTICE. Annual Treat Received. Democratic member of the BreckenAll persons having claims against the ridge County Election Commissioners,. Accidents of the Week. The Breckenridge News received estate of William Ilendrick, Sr., de- Dennle Shlcran was named as Repub Saturday a box ot seedling peaches, ceased, will please present the same to lican member. Vivian Pierce received severe injuries also some budded fruit from Miss Kath-rin- e us properly proven as prescribed by week while at work otj a HenderMcGjvern, of Free. This annual last law. Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Wanted. treat from Miss McGovern Is looked son Route train. One .of his shoulders Co., Administrators, IlardiusburK, Ky. forward to with lots of pleasure every was Injured. Bidders for digging a cistern at fall. Artistic Temperament. dwelling limisfl on county high school Mrs. J. H. Rowland fell Friday night Frank Johnson, of Ilites Run, and The Prima' Husband I scea Stock lot. Dimensions, Is feet deep and S Miss Nannie Morton also sent In fine in front of Fralze's store and broke her Exebiuise Pent Ims sold for $S0,(XX). feet in diameter. Contract to be let peaches and apples. Miss Morton has right arm. Mrs. Rowland's friends are The Prima -- My. how I'd lllto to sing September 33, UU. farm near clad the accident was no worse and in thnt hone!-N- uw York Post a fine little orchard on her J. W. Trent, Supt, I hope her arm will be well soon, town. two-stor- y Silo Filled. Son tilled W. H. Moorman their silo last week. They put in thirty ucres of corn. They aro breeders of Polled Durhams and say that they will save 50 por cent Last week in feeding ensilago. they sold three Polled Durhams ten months old to parties in Alabama for .$000. Their herd of 47 head wcro tested for tuberculosis last week and all passed. A GENERAL SURVEY OF' COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Brfcu undue Un-ui-t cmnot bo a smile on the lips Court, Kentucky of There hopeless The blow whici the ! Richard N Drown, Plaintiff crushes the life, will shatter the smile Cmltf Mt 3505 Against Holland. Germnny'fl entire campaign scheme Ht.ston Altx imler Exr.Dft. J Mr. and Mrs C, V. Robertson have Is threatened with disruption by thn B virtue of a Judgment and Order rapid ndvniirp of tlio Itiiswians. wtio i t Sale of Dreckcaridgc Circuit Court, moved Into Mr. Joel H. Pile's residence Germany. Th rendered at Stay term thereof, 1014, in on fourth Street linve arrived at Hreslan, fall of IlrcBlati, a fortified city of GOO,. the above cause, (or the sale of the Dr. L. B, Moorman, of Irvlngton hereinafter described real estate, and 000, 190 mllcH from Itnrlln, lit Immlii-nall costs herein, I shall proceed to offer was In town on business Tnursday House door in Mr. Uobert MeGulIln, of Louisville Accordlnjr to a dispatch from Vien- for tale at the Court Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at na, Austria was plunged Into gloom Public Auction, on Monday, the 21th a traveling salesman, was the guest of when odlclal admission was made that oav of September, 1914, at one o'clock Mr. George W. Evans last week. the operations against the Russians p m., or thereabout, (being County W. A. Craven, of Louisville, Is visit of Court daj), upon a credit of tlx and Intr his Darents. Mr. and Mrs. K. T, had cost the Austrlans following described the first lino of effective fighting men. twelve months, the Craven, at their home near town. The total loss In killed, wounded and property, of land lying and being in "A tract Vic Pile made a business trip to rnlsnlng Is estimated at 12.",0')i) men. Dreckenridge county, Ky., on the North For tho llrst tlmo It beenme known Fork of Rough Creek and bounded as Fordvtlle last week in the Interest of that tho operations In Oallcla and Rim follows: Deginning at a black oak and Hardinsburg Milling Co. Finn Poland us well, had been under gum, thence S. 15 E a 10 poles toa Miss Shellle Pool is at home from tho personal direction of tho Archduke whits oak and dogwood, thence N. "5 McDanlels, where she has been for Francis Frederick. Tho hospitals, ho- E. liS Npoles to a60gum and amaple, gum visit to relatives. 15 poles to tels and public buildings of Vienna aro thence N. 75 E.W .'1t black thence h poles arriving oak and dogwood, thence N. to a W. 00 Miss Kathleen Hoben and Miss Maud filled with wounded, who are 02, In great numbers In special trains pides to a white oak, thence N. 7s V. Smith hove returned from a three from Poland and Oallcla. :tS poles to a hickory and gum, thence week's visit to friends la St. Louis, At the utnbasHles of soreral of the N 15 W 3 poles to two gums, thence Mr. and Mrs. Luke B Reeves left W. i"J8 poles to the beginning, conbelligerent powers the sta'ement was Sunday morning. no ofllclal knowledge wai taining I5 acres and being the same for Louisville made that Allen, Mrs. Charles Mattlnglv, of Terre peace being tract of land conveyed by Jo Breck had of any steps toward commissioner, under decree of taken by any persons charged with enridge Circuit Court, Deed dated 22d Haute. Ind. is here for a visit to her any responsibility In tho present con- day of August, 1&37, and recorded In parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis flict. In all quarters tho opinion was the lireckenridge County Court Clerk's Eugene and Dud McGary, of Kirk, expressed that tho moment has not office iu Deed Book T, page 45, to one building silos near town. come for serious discussion or David Davison and by him conveyed to are jet Elane D. Pile." Mrs. James M. Kennedy, of McQuady, peace, as it would bo Impossible at this The purchaser, with approved surety was the guest of Mrs. James P. Kenne time for any of the belligerents to sugexecute bond, bear gest terms possible to any of tho or securities, must from the day of sale dy last week. ing legal interest others. It also was pointed out that a until paid, and having the force and ef-- , J. B. Mattingly came In from Kirk prematuro care might be much worso feet of a replevian bond. Lein reFriday. than a continuance of tho present con- tained to secure payment of purchase on business last Bidders will De prepared to Kev. J, F. Norman was In Louisville might lead to later wars. motley flict, as It comply promptly with these terms. last week. While there he attended To Compensate Belgium. LEE WALLS, Commissioner. the Golden Jubilee Mass of Rev. Wm England will not now entertain any F. Gausepohl, pastor of St. Mary Ieace plans which do not provide for the fullest compensation to Ilelgium COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mngdallne's parish. for all her actual losses and all that Miss Margaret Ryan, the relief she ha3 suffered by Oormany's violaoperator of the Cumberland Telephone tion of hor neutrality, fiorman assent Company is at work again after a to this now Is considered wholly out of Dreckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. vacation. the question. Matthias Miller, Pltff. 1 Equity No. 40o" Against Paul and Aloyslus King, of Irving' There is general discussion in Lon-doof tlie possibility that Kngland J. C. DeWitt, Deft. J ton, and Harry Dorst, of Cloverport, By virtue of a Judgment and Order entered St. Romania's School may close the North sea, blockading It last completely, if the trouble with floating of Sale of Dreckenridge Circuit Court. Monday. term thereof, rendered at mines continues. 1014, in the above cause, for the sum Everet Lewis, of McQuady, made a The greatest apprehension exists of dolthree hundred and twenty-on- e business trip to town last Thursday, policy lars and twenty-fiv- e that the admittedly cents, subject to a e of the Young Turk party, which con- credit of one hundred and dolMiss Williema Knue, of McQuady, trols the Ottoman government, may lars and thirty-eigcents paid Mav 11, was a visitor la town last Sunday. I!)l4, with interest at the rate of 0 per lead to the stirring up of an J. H. Glasscock, a traveling sales spirit throughout the Moslem em- cent, per annum from the 5th day of pire, resulting In uprisings in Kuro-pea- Julv, 1!)1S, until paid, and all costs man from Chicago, was in town last I shall proceed to offer for sale week. possessions In Africa and In llrlt-ls- herein, at the Court House door in Hardins India. It Is certain, however, that burg, to the highest bidder, at Public J. W. Hendrick has gone to Louis if the fanatical spirit Is called lull Auction, on Monday the 23th day of vllle this week to sell his tobacco and play by the Young Turks In support of September. loll, at one o'clock p m take In the State Fair. their efforts to throw off the influence or thereabout (being County Court John Akers returned Friday night a credit of three months the of tho powers, Italy will engage In war day), upon described ncalnst Turkey, while Greece, Uulga-- i followingblack horse property,Io? hands from a business trip to Tell City, Ind, mules Two la and Itoumanla will renew thoir Attorney Allen R. Kincheloe was in high, four years old, formerly owned ug.iinst the Turk and In defeusa by H M. Heard; also ott crav ponv Cloverport last Friday or. legal bust of Christianity. more It1'., hands high, eight years old: ness. also 'l acres of red tobacco grown on Germans Leaving Belgium. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson are In defendant, J. C. Dewitt's farm in Germans are withdrawing their the vear 1912 estimated to make 13,000 Louisville this week attending the the forces from northern Ilelgium, and th pounds; also three acres of tobacco cut State Fair. Mr. Robertson is one of troops that have been operating In this and housed on the farm of the defend vicinity are being hurried south. Ths ant, J. C. DeWitt, and supposed to the judges. Helgiun.J am attacking them and In- mike :.,000 pounds; or sufficient thereof The foilowlng are some of the county flicting heavy loss. The German lines, to produce the sums of money so or men in town last Saturday : J. fr according to report, are In danger of dered to be made. For the purchase Mattingly, Kirk; Tom Sheeran, Mc price, tile purchaser, raids agafnht them by Ilelglan and surety or securities, mustwith approved Quady; Rev. J. W. Hughes, Kings' execute bond Ilritisli troops. bearing legal interest from the day of wood: P. D Mllner, and Kev C. L. In the theater of - until paid, and having the force op- saltBruington, Harned; W. W. Pool, erations, the Austrian army defeated and effect of a judgment. Lien reand Will DeHaven, Oakland nt I.emberg has not been able to take tained to secure payment of purchase Miss Myrtle Withers haa gone to up the offensive again, but despite money. Didders will be prepared to heavy reinforcements sho was forced cmnly promptly with these terms. Ap Madison, Ind., to visit her sister, Miss and cost, back to the front of Rawa Russka and proximated debt, interest WALLS, Bernice Withers. 23. LEE the Dnelster river. The Russians are i?47 Commissioner Mrs. Joel II. Pile has gone to Mook besieging tho fortified town of Grodek. to be the guest of Miss Eliza Pile for a The second Austrian army, which at-- ! week. tacked around Tomarliow, was forced Notice to retreat Mrs. George W. Evans will return I having from Louisville the last of this week. '1 the ustro ''tMvi 111 til" r of op- - j I hereby notify all persons claims against T. S. Itarger, deceased Mrs. Evans has been to purchase the orations the SorM-er j to present them to mu by the 2nd day of .1 fall stock of millinery for B. F. Beard THE WA.1 I Our Advance Styles and Up-to-Da- te Merchandise are far superior to others We lead and others follow. Make our store your store. The goods that we have was bought for you and you will miss a great opportunity of getting better values for less money, if you stay away from our store. QUALITY, Price and Quick Service is our motto and let us live up to it with you. Our complete lines of fall goods are now in the house, opened, marked and in the shelves, ready to be handed over our counters to you. Our entire force of efficient clerks are at your disposal and if you fail to get your share of the treat, Remember, it is your fault, not ours. one-fourt- h t: Never huve we had such an elaborate assortment in Everythin department. thing the latest and most date thut our buyer up-tcould lind. DRY GOODS Silks, Silk and ton Crepe, Silk, Cot- Wor- steds, Roman Stripe and many fancy patterns of Ginghams and Calicoes. Drop us a card for samples and prices. n Gents Furnishings The most fastidious dresser, the ruun who requires every part of his wardrobe to be "exactly" right, will lind his ideals here. The Monarch and A nfi Phoenix shirts foiQ (U(J anti-foreig- fifty-nin- n h t: u for The Arrow $1.50 -- Also a Pneonix for 50c The famous "ARROW BRAND" Collars 25c for 15c or 2 for Ruaso-Aiistrla- OUR NECKWEAR is second to none, Broad and Nanow, Long and Short und every kind you can tbink of for n I 25c, 50c and 75c s November, 1044. Also all persons know. & Co iug themselves indebted to T. S. Dargcr, of Robert A Smith has been to the will please come forward anil settle by Falls of Rough to visit his niece, Mrs. the 2ud day of November, 1914. Want Ads. Bring Results Duncan. If. E. Frymire, Administrator Rev. Hunt and Mrs. Hunt, of Louisville, are the guests of their son, Rev. S. IC Hunt. : Philip Watllngton is in Louisville attending the State Fair. Mr. WatFall Buying Do llngton will represent the Dreckenridge County Boys Corn Club. Vic Pile visited his old home at Mook last Sunday. It is useless for u. to cull your attention to tho many Miss Clara Eskridge, of Garfield, reasonn why you .should have your coal houses tilled early. was the week end guest of her mother, Wo havo suveial different ruuert of coal varying in price Mrs Addle Eskridge. from 51 cents to IK) cents per Imshel. Wo can furninn you Miss Ruth Chauibllss, who teaches at tho following named brands of coal: Mook, spent Saturday and Sunday at been the guest of bis brothers hefe. BEWLEYVILLE home with her mother. Miss Eliza Taylor left Tuesday for BEECH CREEK LUMP, EGG or NUT up from Russellvllle where she will eater the Andrew Driskell came (which is mined in Muhlenbur"; county) Fordsville and spent Saturday and Logan Female College. Joe Miller, of Los Angeles, California, BASKETT LUMP or NUT Sunday. Miss after an absence of five years, returned 1. Whltworth and daughter, GAINES BLOCK (Fordsville Ky.) John Marshall, of Cloverport, and Clara Whltworth. left Monday for Lex to the old home on the 4th. Mos. Marshall, of McQuady, spent the ington. The Misses Whltworth will be BAILEY BLOCK, (Hawesville, Ky.) Dr. Morris Hardaway and wife, of n the State University. week end at their home here. FAMOUS NEWMAN LUMP St. Charles, Mo., are In the neighborJohn Gibson, of Irvington, was in hood for a few days visiting all the Look for Alexander's Special Ging FIRST POOL PITTSBURGH LUMP town last Saturday, telling some of his ham Sale in this paper next week. leaving for Hardaway and Cox kin. The County High ;School had a friends good bye before I'leuse ask for prices on any of the above for Mrs. Marguerite McCoy, of Union Lexington, where he will lake an agri splendid opening. The new teachers, immediate delivery. Is visiting her father, Z. T. Stith. Miss Zelgler and Mr, Steele have made cultural course iu the State University. Star, Mrs. S. K. Hunt is ill at her mother's Miss Minnie Stith, of Washington a good impression on the pupils. The City, is at home for a month's stay. grade teachers are the same as last home in llerea. year with the exception of Mrs. Lela Mrs. Larkln Gibson has returned to Mrs. Bessie Bircher, of Hartford, McCubblns, who has charge of the fifth her home in Cloverport after a two lino of feed stull consisting of Wo havo a complete spent Iast week with her father, G. A. Knowing these weed's visit to her sister, Mrs. Amos and sixth grades. Foote. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shipstuff, Alfalfa Horse, Mule and teachers as we do and with the con- Board. Mrs. James Morton, of Louisville, is scientious, christian gentleman that Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal and Straw. Special Supt. T. S. Williams Is, the patrons Whenever You Need a General Tonic visiting Mrs. Ada Compton. prices to dealers. Ask for prices. Take Grove's and friends are expecting a good Hon. W. A. Stith Is filling his new Office at Depot. Cumberland 'Phone. school, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless silo this week. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Rev. Laslle filled the pulpit at the General Tonic because it contains the Eldridge Babbage, of Cloverport, Hardinsburg, M. E. Church Sunday morning in the veil known tonic propertiesof QUININE after a week's visit to the Fbote home, VX Kentucky. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives returned to Lexington Monday, abscence of Rev. Hunt. ' out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Dr. Robert Ball, of Louisville, has Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Mrs. Dick Carman spent last week J ' Watch the Paper for the Announcement the Fall Opening Date Our Millinery Department Your will be Bigger : and Better than ever before : ' : : COAL While the Assortment is complete B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. visiting relatives in Ellzabethtown. B. Bandy and wife, of Wolf Creek, are back at the old home lor a week canning fruit and laying by other stores for winter. Acute ladlgestloa. "I was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion, followed, by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything that was recommended to ma for this complaint but nothing did me' mucn good until about four months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them from our druggist. I soon realized that I had gotten the right thing for they bottles of them dealers. I can eat heaitllv with. UJ. UfUU..,Al, lieMUIl, VYUllWUUU r 1U., Notice. Impossible to give accounts of Sua- News. 'j - -- ..a.nt.gv GOLDEN JUBILEE WAKES UP THE LIVER. Of OPENJEETING the Missionary Meeting to Be Held at the Baptist Church at Garfield, Sunday, September 27. r 330-33- 4 W. Market Street Louisville, Ky. CMtbrated at St. Mary Magda- W bacon a SON' 213 S. Fourth Avenue, Ky. Louisville, rail viiuiuii uii 'WT mii j i i loaia niioiiuiiiy iiuuiivduaj uau 8 The Rev, William Gansepohl, pastor of St. Mary Magdalen church, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his entrance Into priesthood Wednesday, SeptemDer 9. There are only two other Catholic clergymen in the Louisville diocese who have had the privilege of celebretlng their golden jubilee. An elaborate musical program was ren dered at the church. A children's mass was held that evening followed by a reception to Father Gansepohl on the church lawn. The minifters in attendance were: Rev. Henry, of Cloverport; Rev. J. F. Norman, of Hardinsburg; Rev. Kanus, of McQuadv; Rev. Hollerand, of Irv ington, and Rev. J. Odendahl, Axtel. Thursday at noon a grand jubilee banquet was given in Louisville at the , Henry Watterson Hotel to the the priests of the diocese and jubi-larian- the visiting priests. A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepthe sia and constipation, weakens whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c per box) act mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. Saturday afternoon, at her home, Mrs. Percy Macy was hostess to the Music Club. This club meets every two weeks and have a musical program. At this meeting there was a debate, the subject being that Mendelssohn was, a greater composer than Mozart- - There are eight members. Mr. George Payne has returned from Irvington where he went for a visit to daughter, Mrs. Henry Davis. Mr. Robert Smith, of Hardinburg, passed through town last Thursday on his way home from Garfield where he had been visiting relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and son, Owen, spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker, at West View. Mrs. Percy Macy visited her mother, Mrs. Robert Norton, at West View, last Llv Ver Lf.x rut the liver In tone to perform its proper functions giving nsw life, new vigor and strength to the entire system. Read what n prominent Texas farmer writes of The program for the open meeting to April 7, 1SII4 be held by Garfield Baptist Missionary "I take pleasure In saying for publi- Society, Sunday, September 17, 1914, nt x cation that by the use of Llv ,1 o'clock, is as follows : I have been cured of a disease which Is Song Dcvotlnal Rev. De.Hnrt correctly described by the recognized Object of this Meeting symptoms of Hilllousness, Stomach and Mrs. J. A. Sandbach Liver Trouble, Constipation and result- Solo and Chorus ing complications and commend its ve Recitation to all like sufferers. Mildred Adams and Mildred Saudbach J. H. Urewer." A. H. Cain, Witness. Song by Children A harmless vegetable compound Why I Believe In Missions guaranteed to relieve all liver trouble; Mrs. Tom Gregory wonderful, quick and happy In results, Reading Mrs. Melvin Adams having no nauseating, weakening ef- ,I)uet Pearl Bell Mittingly fects like cnlomtl. Scld in 50c and $1 , Giving Myrtle Gardner bottles. Huv from druggists or from Benediction. Lebanon Co Operative Medicine Company, Lebanon, Tenn. Klnchcloe's J. N. Bates, of Shreve, was here last Pharmacy. Saturday. ' Hardin motored to Brandenburg to visit Mrs V. D. Hunter has returned to her Mrs. Kmma Brown. home in Siekston, Mo., after n visit to The teachers of the Second Magesterial her parents , Mr. and Mrs. J H. Silk-ma- District will meet here October 3. Some distinguished educators have been invited Mr. and Mr.s Lee Alexander spent for the occasion. Sunday with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. I Mrs. Clins. May and children have J no Alexander. to Cloverport after a visit to I returned Mr. Mallow Robinson entertained a Mrs. Felix Beavin. number of friends at dinner. The folMrs. J. A. Davis ami little daughter, lowing were his guests : Misses Gertrude Virginin, of Louisville are visiting rel- and Jacie Alexander, Bessie B, Weather-foiNora McCoy, Isabel Moorman, Iatives. McClellan was in Hardinsburg Leland Adah Gray, Sylvia Butler, I Saturdav. Holmes, Messrs. Roy McCoy, Guy Butler, Hobert Butler, Morris, Tucker, Raymond Ver-LaI n. I I I d, WOMEN'S AND MISSES' NEW FALL SUITS AT $16.75 EACH These Coat Suits are designed in the season's most approved models and are made up in all the latest and most stylish fall materials those that will give the best service and longest wear such as broadcloth, gabardine, novelty weaves, men's suiting, cheviots and serges; the colors are black, navy blue, brown, plum and green; all sizes from the miss of 16 years to the woman of 40 bust measure. How To Give Quinine To Children. Tucker. ' Walter K. Henninger has been in ' FEBRtUNK Is the name eivtn to an iiupruvcu uuinine. 11 ism aMeieseyrup. pleasLeitchfield visiting Miss Atldie Berry ant to take and does not i the trade-mar- stomacb. Children take It and never know it It Quinine. McClure. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot ordinary Quinine. Does nauseate nor Mrs. Gilbert Macy and Miss Bettie take nervousness nor rlntine notthe head. Try cause in Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, visited their It the next time 2you need Quinine lor any purpose. Ask for ounce original package. The sister, Mrs Calmon Paynef of German-tow- name FliBKlLINK Is in bottle. 25 cents. disturb To customers on a basis of five (5) per cent of their total purchases up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare. Thus you can come to Louisville and buy your new fall suit at Bacons without having any railroad fare to pay. out-of-to- wn Thursday. The Woman's Missionary of the Presbyterian Church will meet on Thursday afternoon with Miss Oma Compton. Mrs. Shelby Tucker, children and her mother, Mrs. Kate Tucker, are in Louisville attending the State Pair. Mr Robert Weatherford and daughter, iss Bessie B Weatherford, are in Louis ville this week buying a Pall line of goods for the store. Mr. and Mrs. Arba Tucker, of Mook, were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Tucker. Monday. Mrs. W. T. Gregory, of Garfield, is CUSTER. visiting relatives in Louisville this week. Rev Richard Harper, of Anton, Ky., was here last week visiting his mother, Misses Eliza and Louise Taylor, of Mrs. Dosie Harper, who accompanied Hardinsburg, have been visiting friends him home. here. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kenneay, of HarBorn, to the wife of John Dickerson dinsburg, visited Mrs. Kennedy's paon the 0th, a girl. rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crew, last Chas. Alexander was in Louisville Thursday. last week. Earl Harned, who cut his foot last For any itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's week, Is doing nicely. Ointment. 50c nt all drug stores. John Carman, of Big Spring, visited his brother, George, last week. Chas. Alexander sold Will French, of HITES RUN NEWS. Rineyville, a good pair of mules. School has opened with a large enrollMiss Emma Meador is attending ment. The pupils are very much inter- school at Hardinsburg ested and so is their teacher. Yes, Mr Editcr, Irvin Mercer's cot Miss nth el Davis has returned to tage looks lonely now, but if all reports Louisville after a visit to Mrs. J. B. be true, it won't be lonesome long. Smart and Mrs. L. L. Waggoner. Francis Alln will finish Jesse Mrs. G. Knott Hardin and Miss Clara school. Jess is going to farming. Hru-ner's bliu SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS at any time for anything all goods mailable by Parcel Post sent FREE. Goods not mailable by Parcel Post and amounting to $5.00 or more delivered FREE within 200 miles of Louisville. Irvin Taylor, of Hardinsburg, was in town last week. Miss Francis Pile visited her sister, Mrs. Sherman Haynes. Wednesday. Dr. R. W. Meador was in Hardinsburg on business Wednesday. of fine apples from $100 Reward, $100 Mr Ed Pate. They are the Grimes will bs The Golden Pippins and are very large.Mr. pleasedreaders of tills imper least one to learn tliut tliero Is at dreaded disease that sclt'nce has been Pate sprayed the trees. able to cure In all Its stiiKea, nnd that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh euro Is tho only positive cure now known to tho medical Busy With School Books. fraternity. Catarrh belni; n constitutional disease, requires n constitutional treattatcen InJ. C. Nolte As Bro, of this elty, the ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the blood ternally, nctlni; directly upon Ftel languid, weak, rundown? Head- only agent in town for school books ami mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the ache? Stomach "ofl?" A good remedy have been besieged with requests this case, and Riving tho patient strength dls. by week All the children had to have new building up (lie constitution and assisting is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your nature in doing Its work. Tho proprietors books this year and the supply means have so much faith In its cuiatlve powdruggist. Price I. thoy service, patients and accomodation on ers that case offer ItOne Hundred Dollars for any that falls to cure. Send the part of the clerks. for list of testimonials. Golden Treat. Addrru: K. J. I'HIlNliV ft CO. Tolfdo, O. the annual treat The Ureckenrldge News received Now is the time to subscribe Sold by nil l)rtiKKlts Take Hall's Family 75c. for constipation. i i Country Fair Next Week at Irvin yton ! I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPT. 25th & 2 LIVE STOCK Prizes $325 For the fastest animal will be given set of Singletrees and Doubletrees by SIX COLT SHOWS Cattle and Hogs more entries in every department of live stock than you can see in a week. STATE UNIVERSITY will furnish HOME-MAD- E LUNCH will serve home-mad- four of The Club en lunch e their best men to do the judging. Country ham and beatbiscuits cake. H. L. Stewart. PARADE! Prizes offered for the best corated automobile and best corated carriage. Enter the Parade! dede- REDUCED RATES ON THE L., H. & ST. L. R. R. Account of the Country Pair given by the Corn, Clover and Stock Club, I will make rate 'of 2c per mile in each direction Irvington, Sept. from West Point, Cloverport, Fordsville and Intermediate stations. Tickets will be sold Sept. limited to the 28th. of 25-2- 6, 25-2- 6, Hawcsvillc Brass Band furnish music both days Come and enjoy will 1 E. M. WOMACK, the music. in Charge of various Commit- Assistant General Passenger Agent Poultry Display, Fruit Booth, Baby Show, Floral Booth, Brabandt's Studio, and other Interesting" Features tees. Come, bring your flags and bunting, send your articles for display in the different booths. B. W. CARTER, Secretary. CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB COMMITTEES: V. i. B. GIBSON, President Nevitt, Jas. StClair, 'Sam Dowell, John Lyddan THE BRECKEiSRiDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NEWS, BRIEF DISPATCHES JNO. D. BABBAGL. Editor and Publisher Mrs. Hlchnrd Croker, wife of the for mer lender of Tammany Hull, Is dcarr Dispatches Horn Italy and Spain CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914 pcern to Indicate (hat those countries may Join the nlllei. The crar of Hussta has prohibiten the sale of liquors In his rrnlm for the duration of the war. More than 16;0i)0 priests are now each additional rervlnB ns officers, BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for end en listed soldiers In France. insertion. Sir Stephen Wilson Furnes, widely CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of known In the shipping world, is dend 10 cents per line. In London. He was horn In 1872. OBITUARIES chnrped for ut the rate of 5 cents per line, money The Japanese house of rcprcsonta lives unanimously passed a war vote in advance. of (13,000,000 yen (about $2fi,r.OO,n00) Exnmino the label on your paper. If it is not correct please More than 200 men perished when .itify us. the Hrltlsh cruiser Pathfinder was blown up by n mine In the North sea The work of fixing the value of the Kccord-1'res"uvek. It is made its initial appearance Tho ! estate of J. P. Morran Is well under published by Willis & Lcnnon with Miss Bcttie Taylor ns unciatr way, but It ? posrlble that the reports editor. Its home is Haidinsburp, and the people there enjoy a news- of the a'lpralsers will not be ready action by can succeed. Every newspaper can mul; for for n year. the transfer tax apprats paper. The Record-Pres- s cr a place for it.elf by hard work and true principles. Kvcrv day brings fre.h evidence of tho I.ouvaln horrors, says an Antwerp PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST 5 BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR now Drift, First Patent EIGHT PAGES. s Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly und 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! It is best, costs no more than the rest & why not use it? Hardinsburg Mill BELGIANS Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky lut ACTIVE Invaders Being Forced Out ol Belgium. ffS family mm A PROTECTS TRUSTEESHIP HE KNOWS ; THE PRUDENT MAN" III'1 Farls special: The retreat of the Gorman nr:ulca continues all utonp: th" Hue. Amiens, eighty-twmiles north of I'arls, which was captured on Sept. 1, lias been evacuated and the allies' take for mushrooms. The confeicnce report on the federal troops have crossed the Alsno river. The Republican County Committee held an executive session at bill was agreed to In the senate The official report 3hows that the Ger Hardinsburg Monday. They were laying plans, it was said, to help trade voto of forty-threto five. by a man army has been driven from Re- Sherman Ball beat Ben Johnson for Congress. Thcywore very enJohn Parlln, sou of a Cincinnati mil clan nnd llrabant, east of I'arls, and thusiastic in their belief that Sherman would land the office. Col. lionaire, nnd an unidentified woman that the German left has lost ground were killed when an auto went over Ben is not very much alarmed over the situation. on the Lornear St. Dl" nnd an embankment. raine frontier. The senate has confirmed the nom Louisville is throwing wide open her gates to thcKcntuckj' State inntlon of Charles F. Clyno of Aurora, special: Fair this week. Next week Irvington will pull oil one of the best III., to be United States attorney for of Amsterdam In personal King Albert command of lU'lsiiim is visiting the northern district of Illinois. fairs ever held in the State, and it will not coit a cent to the an army which Is driving the GerThe house has pa .sed a Joint resolu mans otcud'ly tow ard llrussels. Dispublic. Secrptary Carter will be the live wire in the'game. tlon appioi'vlatlni; ?1.000,oro enabling patches arce that the Ilelglnn ofitn government to meet the expenses slve movement has cleared the counWheat pi ices on the Chicago market crashed downward Monday this Incurred by It as a result of the war try of German troops for at least fif on account of prospect of peace in Europe. The closing price was In Europe. teen miles south nnd southeast of AntForty American ships for tho South werp. Apparently the Germans, has$1.02, eight and one-hal- f cents lower than the closing price Saturday. Be a "prudent man"!' tening southward to reinforce their American tiade now seem usjurcd. The price on the Louisville market wit? (fl.OG. MAKE YOUR WILL TODAY. Do not leave your stag?eriiis tioops in France, have been Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Hesse was wounded in one of the charges defeated by the Helslans near wife and children the mercy of some stranger. If Great big ears of corn so full and fat they are breaking down near I.imcvllle. Ghent anil I.ierre. Tho you don't appoint your executor, the court, will. Make won an important engagement the stalks in many fields in thi? county. This means that the farmMr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller our Trust Gompany your executors; we are responsible, ers won't have to spend .1o0,j00 in cold cash for corn as they did have just observed their golden wed- on the right bank of the Scheldte and the Germans are rapidly retreating. ding anniversary. last year. capable and permanent. An individual executor may These points are named as the newest Among tlie prisoners taken at Clio evidence of the vigorous offensive. become financially INVOLVED and your family might let were tw lieutenants of the German Gov. McCrcary has named Eddie Bland, of McQuady, as a delGerman communications to the aviation corps who recently bombard north and northeast have been cut and SUFFER. We will attend to your business after you egate to the Boys Corn Club to be held at the Panama Exposition, ed Paris. railway Hues have been seized by the are dead San Francisco, next August. One woman In Paris, Mme. Donnard, Belgian army. the same as you yourself would do it The German3 have has received news that all of her nine been driven beyond I,ouvnIu and to the were you living. sons have Silos are having a run in this county, They are'tho best invest- - Is a widow.been wounded in war. She southeast. A German counter attack-froUmvuln compelled the HeWians ment a farmer can make for raiding cattle. The Spanish ambassador at Herlln to give giound, but the right and cenTHE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. strongly denies the rumors of Spain's ter continued to advance, and It Is con Electricity used to be one of the most wonderful! things iu the unfriendly attitude against Germany jectured that the Germans will be and Austria. forced to evacuate I.ouvaln. Ky. world. "Now they make light of it," saws Vic, the butch on 142. A German war loan of one milliard Large numbers of German wounded ($2.'tS.fl00,0n0) treasury bills nnd have been taken to Antwerp. marks From America has an army ot peace and pre constructive and an unlimited state loan has been an these and from wounded llclgian sol nounced at Herlin. not destructive. We are proud of our army. diers Information Is obtained that the lliihonlc plague Is causing severe taiser's grip on llelgium Is rapidly re Twenty-fou- r thousand two hundred and fifty people attended the ravages among the Turkish troopa at laxlng. Dozens of villages have been Smyrna and other stations. given up by the German troops In their State Fair Monday. Prince Joachim of Prussia, who Is forced retreat southward. the kaiser's youngest son, has been wounded In tlie tlilsth by shrapnel. Hogs were lower Monday: top-- bringing $0.20. AFRICA IS DRAWN INTO IT aeroplane flew over A German Tro.ves and dropped bombs on the Union Defense Forces Mobilized For Mr. Babbage is in Haidin.sburg every Monday. We have just received a full line of School Books for tho town, which did only Insignificant Certain Operations. damage. Common Schools. A No expect a stock of High School books General Dotha, London special: equlpiiients. 1 Loss of life and great destruction of premier or tlie I nion of South Africa. pinuenls, every in a lew dav. Also a full line of thins: to make the misery ot the woundproperty are attending tho Hoods In a speech In the Union parliament ed soldiers less. spreading over the Shantung peninId that as the empire was at war thThe ship Is in command of Captain sula In China, 'nlon of South Africa was also at war ArinMeil Ku-- t. U. S N. In professionDrinking It Is announced that the Interstate The Union defense force has been al command of tho expedition Is Major commerce commission at tho earliest mobilized and tho Union troops at tho Hubert llii'.'h Patterson of the Medical possible date will resume consideraDame .Ntiiuro looKi-i- l Kiilly re't'lest of the Imperial government Drawing On man and his mini, Corps, t;. S. a., while the chief super- tion of the advanced rate case. will undertake certain operations In Tho kuM tliat he hathrivil vision of the nurses Is Intrusted to Miss Pope Henedlct XV. has issued an 1'or wai's awful lenuan Southwest Afilca. Helen Scott Hay. Card-boaror Then covered tliu u midland In which he appeals to all d General Hotha said that the future the Illinois Trnlnhis; school, from which Roman Catholics to join with him in f South Africa wa-- . being decided on With Kiildi'iimd Klow bought ho ilibtiuct:un That slio resigned to establish, by Invitation for the Kuropean war and la the battlefields of Kurope. And no woe 11 of CJueoii Hleaiior. a school for nurses borrow his prayers for Its cessation. The admiralty haH received further In l!uls;arla. Dame Nature luoKtd fadly d. Ices from Hear Admiral Sir George Colonel Roosevelt will speak at Indi()u man' lust for blond. Nurses selected by the American Hed Patoy, In command of the Australian The lives that lit) slaughtered Cross for i:mopeau ervici have re- anapolis on the night of Sept. 2fi. Our policy will be the same with books as with our drug Hood. in war's crimson The annual meeting of tlie American ncet, giving details of the operations ceived the IoMiiwIiik Iiistrilctloiis: Thin covered the Uoodlatid f the Australian naval reserve forces lino to keep an stock all the time. So Mlno Safety association Is iu session "Carry If possible a siilliclent supply With red undellled nt Herhertshoe, New Britain. After i That widimed no woman of for u month or six weeks In at Terre Haute. come in or mail us an order for what you need. hting eighteen hours over six mllr-And orphaned r.o child, lightweight suit ease or telescope has:. It Is stated that the Austrian forces McLnndburgh WIUoii In New York Sun. f hush the Australians captured the A canvas bat: will be Mipplled to each on the Italian frontier are constantly wireless telegraph station. The Ger nurse by the Hed Cross. In which addi- being Increased. man casualties are not definitely tional clothing may be taken. To avoid RED CROSS SHIP A GREAT A German paper announces that all nown, but Include between twenty loss these bags will be plainly marked FLOATING HOSPITAL 'American Ited Cross." and no other Belgian clocks have been changed to and thirty killed. Tlie German com conform to German time maniler and other officers were taken luggage, except Mich as can be carried W Thft nimlitv Rtnra Uarriinchm.n If.. Prince Krnest of w.w, w V ribontrs us well as fifty-sinative po- iioi uiiiouui y, njt by the nurse, will be allowed. These was killed In hnttle and was buried Equipment of Vessel Sent on Errand ol bags i:e. will be distributed by tho local with military hoonrs at Maubeuge. Mercy to Succor Warring Nations. committees. The tramp steamer Ottawa struck a Irish Wit. "The Hod Cross liadge should be mine In tliS North sea aad went dowu. Even little children In Ireland, ac Superfluous Adornment. to tilt' American Ited Cross no worn and appointment card, together None of the crew of twenty-siMr. W. H. LeGrande, while fixing a men cording to Hugh O'Douuell, have the with while Immunity certificate, carlino, clety I iy tliu i "I urn now enlaced ou a le;ititlful was saved. true Irish sense of humor. He was tlwliiii for a new coin." fuld tla tinli-t- . wagon frame Monday morning, cut his ried In purse or other MitV place. the stciimslilp Hiitiiliiiri;. which lias hand. Dr. H. E. Harned was called President Wilson has signed the hill landing before Kelson's statue, he "I don't m'o wjiy tieen reclirl-tene- d iim iI It." replied the Ited Cms n ml be"Ah a matter of protection nurses will expected to wear their uniforms ou appropriating Jl.000,000 for the extra said, when he asked a youngster, "Was Mb.s Oiyrina. "Ynu ciin'i make unm and dressed the wound. Converted Into ii Kivat lloiitltiK hospital, shipboard and. mi fur as be deter- expenses of the American diplomatic Nelson really Irish'" Mrs. Tom Gregory and Miss Mildred y no vnnd loi!l4ii: ii k to render It HI) ut koIiik iilimild to render service- In That he was," replied tho child. more pniul:ii- - iluiu il ;i : Smith went to Louisville Sunday to the tinned eoiitliet of the nations The mined, at nil other times while serving and consular service during tho Euro pean war. That's why he Is what ho was." Slur visit relatives and attend the State VhcI lit H been eoiupletely dimmed in under the lied Cross In Uurope." The United States armored cruiser uppeuruueo. It Is piiiuted white, ulth Talr. Germany Calls cn Even Old Men. A Deceived Man. Kjceot-dvNorth Carolina Is proceeding to Smyr h bni"l or red eiieirelliu; tlie liull. und liuiiiau nifler Mrs. Mattte XJowell visited her brothPeople arrlvlm; nt Houlogne from na. Ittx That lawyer you recommended Ix ItKclf "in- - ot tlie most red eroMses ure painted on (lie htael; er, Frank Wood, near Freedom, last Is not a man of his word. Dlx Why i (;ioss" Is emblazoned Hrussels declare that among I ho The inline "lied nt nil fui'iim or stupidity - Von Tho German press urgently appeals troop lri.,liig dally at I.Una nix-- He told me I could talk Hiidowll. Sunday. i on her liow, it ml the American si ml Ited public support for the German war not? park are intuit men with white hair, for freely to him. and look at the bill he's Cross Dims My from her musts. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sandbaeh, Mr. oaiis. The Kntppa have stioscrlbed showing tln.i SpnUaue Spokesman lie ermaii) has called up sent mo! At Falmouth. Knxlund. the ship will and Mrs. Ova Gray, went to every man capable ol tarrying u rifle. for $7ci00,000 of tho loan. lew land two mills six surgeons and twenty-fIt Is reported that conditions hor Louisville Monday to attend the State our nurses and somo of the hostiering on panic nroso In Herlln as the Fair. Sharpening Scissors. pital supplies, and theu proceed to "Tec Seen to Exult." news of the German reverses wab I'd sharpen lake a bottle and Mr. and Mrs. Paul ComDton and Havre to land two units for Trance. Paris rial: riven though the received. Peace talk was often heard. Tom Hobbs, who bns been In Caliul with the sclnsors as If you had to At Itotterihiin will hu landed tho units 'Itlchl connnnr.lciitlrn would justify for the past five years, returned children, of Hardinsburg, spent Sunday Ut the neck olT the buttle. This Is ef fornia Tho Insurgents now dominate the for Cermauy and Russia. Ilelglum hag '"?." victory lie'nsr Heated an a home Haturday nlt'ht for a visit to bis here. whole of Albania, tho now Government rtlve. Woman's llnuie Companion asked for hospital supplies and no an rout. cnniiMEtt wr.ln most being presided over by Judln Hey, w.i. parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and nurses, so nlie will ho given an extra i rr.to, .fust ns conversion Is still Is being assisted ny an entirely new A Misnomer. lot of supplies. Mr. and Mrs. A, D. LtGrande were baby are spendidg a few days with Ewryor.f 's tl. "r!ited with 'd. How did your farewell tour luru in Hardinsburg one day administration. ,.'C-fhe Ited Cross carries 30 surveons but Is last week relatives, rturlj away by Turkish H. Hentou, eighty-livJohn nurses. Tho cargo consists of l year? uutr and ck told h 0 u Mat. Whltworth and family spent '"i i; day having dental work done. Louisville "We didn't fate well" sld, one of tho best known Indlanlaus hundreds of pounds of bandages, "! Its go'j(r veil, ''lit th ,t :t !s too Misses Kuth, Mary Ann and Martha Sunday at the home of Walter Brown. Courier-JournaIn the departmental service at Washcotton and gauze, thousands v txi.lt. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Adams and Harned visited their parents, Dr. and ington, Is dead. He had been In the of cases of ether und chloroform, hungovernment service for Nature la full of concords; humanity Mrs. K, C. Harned, Saturday and Run- - little Mildred, spent the week end with dred of gallons of Iodine, surgical Subscribe today. years. of discord. Mrs. Abe Compton. day. , o The Webster Stone Company, of Irvington, is one of the busiest dispatch. President Wilson, by proclamation plants in Brcckcnridgc county. They arc running night and day to set aside Sunday, keep up with their orders. In July and August they shipped out hasprayer for peace. Oct. I, as a day of over six hundred cars of stone from their plant. The shipped live Three persons died at Lafayette as cars of their famous Oolite to parties in Ohio last week. the result of eating toadstools by mis MS DUTY e He!-gla- at just Hardinsburg, gies &!Sl School Books and Supplies ! ta Autumn puii-liuoe- - II Tablets, Pencils, Boxes, II Slate Pencils, Slates, Glazed and numerous to mention. Cups, Paper, White other things too 1 14 j Kincheloe's Pharmacy x f lnt IlMiiilinrc-Aiiifriciii- u-- - lii-m- I " Lund-sturn- -." it' i'-- e l. fifty-thre- e Sto Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, SEPT. News. 10, 1914 October 7, 8, 9 & 1 0 i tared at the Post Offllce at Olorerport, Ky at second elks matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE WslIA ts. I For Sale HA : : NEW :: ELK'S Daviess County FAIR OWENSBORO, KY. The best program of any Fair in the State. BIG a Notk Advertiser please notify tbe editor when you want iiuvirtucroi'iit discontinued. Slock Farm I. K flock farm, Illmcrta, orchard, FOIt Improvcii cms and oerlastltiR water;. 1 rnll.'ifron) railroad. Address J. K. West, Itoutul, llardlnMmrc Ky. f NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES FALL SHOES Arriving Daily Wanted Htnscy. Franker! Boarders. or gee room-roo- itcady WANTED Twoprivate hoarder nice, " Mrs. I4TE FOR POLITICAL PURSES IN a SPEED a a AND SHOW RINGS i Wanted Ewes A. U. Lewis. tlANTEDM Rood cwes. TT Htcphenspori. Ky. Wanted cnrldcn New. Man For Precinct and city Offices f 2.50 5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 for State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 'For Cords, per Hue For All Publications In tbe Interest of Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line 1 ensboro Elks, over 3U0 strong, are working to make this fair unprecedented. Write for catalog and information. FRANK A. CANNON, . fcverv department Dest in years, ne uw- y"V and wife WANTKDMan for both. waceR and Wife for farm work. Apply to llrcck. Dr. Jesse Baucum Secretary Democratic Ticket to Holt Saturday to visit friends in In- Lace and Embroidery House was at Alexanders Monday and sold him a , diana. Meat Bacon bellies 18 cents pound: nice line of goods. chunk meat I3 cents pound. Julian Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps and Brown. daughter, Miss Kathrine Phelps, and MUs Ella Mattlngly, who has been in son, Billy Phelps, arc in Louisville Louisvihe for some time, is here with this' week at the Hotel Henry Watter-sorelatives. Miss Josle Raitt has been passing a Mrs. Luclan Chapin, of this city, week at Calhoun the guest of Mrs. J. iMrs. Will Sahlie, Owensboro. and C. Epley, Mrs. Esther Hall, of Webster, were Mrs. VxtCL Ferry, of Louisxille, spent visiting their brother, William Tinius the week end at the home of Mrs. A. and Mrs. Tinius at Custer last week. R. Fisher. A. P. Hook, of Louisville, was in Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman, of Hardinsburg' last week visiting his Cannelton, spent Sunday with Mr. and brother, Jubal Hook and other relaMrs. J. P. Keith. tives. His sen George is now in British Mrs. Geo. Hall and childien, of Har- Columbia, representing Swift & Co at din Grove, Ind., spent the week end a salary of $1'S0 a month. here with relatives. Frank Gerber, of Cannelton, visited Eldred Babbage has returned to Lex his daughter, Mrs. Cnas. Hambleton, ington for his second year's work in en route to Louisville. Mr. Gerber will go to Calitornia nnd the Cannelton Kentucky University. Enquirer says: "lie expect"! to be away Cordrey has returned about tour months and his daughter, Mrs. James from Louisville where she purchased Miss Amelia Geiber, will accompany him.1' her new fall millinery. W. Owen was home from the South J. WEIGHT OF AIR. last week visiting his parents, Dr. Owen and Mrs. Owen. Mrs. Henry May and little daughter, One Cubic Foot of Atmosphere Weight More Than an Ounce. Miss Dorothy Graham May, have reThe common belief that nlr weighs turned from Louisville. nothing or almost nothing, n belief Mrs. Walter Graham and Miss Bonwhich has siren rise to the simile nie Wise, of Louisville, spent Sunday "light ns air." needs correction. A toy balloon filled with a cubic with Mrs. James Sahlie. weighs 004 grains more than Special prices on shoes purchased be- foot of air the smile bnlloon collapsed. This shows fore price in leather went up. They are that the weight of cubic foot of nlr bargains. Julian Brown. is TA'A wiltis. which Is :i gcod (leal Accordingly a Miss Annie Yates, of Louisville, who more Until tin ounce visited Mrs. Austin Armes at Hardins-bur- g, small room (15 hy 1. by Kb contain lug ii.L'.'O cubic feet of nlr would weigh has returned home. 11.000 ounces, or 1X1.7 pounds iivoiiilu Mrs. Chas. Hambleton and little pols, ns much :is a large man Could daughter, Miss Lucile Hambleton, have you lift a room full of nlr'.' returned from Cannelton. The nlr In an automobile tire ui.der square Inch Mrs. Karl Schmltt and Mrs. John G pressure of ir0 pounds Mattlngly, of Paynesville, have been weighs proportionally ten times :n much, while nlr under the prc.M:re oi' guests of Mrs, Steve Wilson. lifty atmospheres weighs lifty titiis u Hardee Ball and Finley Miller mo much as an equal volume of ordinary tored to Louisville in their new car and nlr. When air Is liquefied Its volume-ireduced to one are taking In the State Fair. New pattern hats and untrimmed normal, so that the liquid Is l.tiOO tln.es or nliout 11s as heavy as caseous shapes received at Mrs. Cordrey's, heavy as water. St. air. Louis I'est Dls from Louisville and Cincinnati. patch. John Hall, Homer Morrison and Miss Cats and Wildcats. B'sssie Arnold spent Sunday at West Wild eats are now rarities In Kn Point with Miss Carrie Robertson. rope, though foimerly they were com Ur Royalty and Miss St. Thomas parntlvely common In most parts of Prof. Williams and Mrs. Williams the continent. The few survivors ocwere here Sunday in their Motor car. cur mostly In Ilimgary nnd occasion In Spain J . H. Glasscock and daughter, Jean ally In Spain and Greece. Beckham Glasscock, of Kingswood, by the way. the animals build nests In were visitors at the News office Mon trees or among tall bamboos for the rearing of their young, though generday. ally they prefer a crevice In a rocky Mr. and Mrs. June Furrow, of Hock country lu which to make a lair. Our port. Ind, are the guests of Mr. and domesticated cat Is not derived from Mrs. Edward Johnson and other rethe untamable European animal, but latives. was Introduced ready tamed from Mall. Dr. P. W. Foote, B. S. W lson, C. T. Egypt. Marshall, of Irvingron, G. B. Cunningham, of Chenault, were in Hardius n, 11 11 sixteen-hundredt- PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R liOSIDIiNT Ky. Office Opposite Ilruir Sure For Grandma, Grandpa, Husband, Wife, Daughter, Son or Little Tot. Come in, Let us Shoe you We are receiving Staple and Fancy For United Slates Senator, Full Term J. C. W. IlKCKHAM of IJardstown Groceries all the time J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. For United States Senator, Short Term J. N. CAMDEN of Versailles For Congress HEN JOHNSON of Hardstown Let us have your orders for Groceries, Braid Cakes and lees. high-clas- s :n r rmsuiiai raittyiauiia 4 People Who Live In Cloverport. Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States Thil r Far Awav. Society Notes In About Prices Right Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Feel secure when they know their money lodged in our burglartproof sae. DEPOSITORS is safely SAFE BANKING" is 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! cluded. Mrs. L. B. Perkins was in Louisville V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency 1 'rHThome Wednesday. Miss Kmiline Lewis went to Louis ville yesterday. Children and boys hats, newest styles, Mrs. Cordrey. S. J. Baker, Patesvllle, was here on buitness last week. Horace Tucker and Clyde Hall were In Tell City last week. Miss Jennie Warfield has returned to her home iu Louisville. jMhs Drew Gregory has returned Crom Owensboro. FIRST STATE BANK, Baby days and baby ways are over all too soon. A pood picture, though, will kejp the memory of those days fresh through all the years of growth and change. When was your baby's picture la- taken? -t J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: Oscar Black, of Addison, was here Sunday attending church. Frank Kennedy, of McQuady, visited Mammoth Cave last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey were at the Glen Demi House Saturday. Mrs. Bertha Coomes, of Owensboro, visited relatives here recently. Mrs. Sam Dix, of Stephensport, has returnedihome from Lexington. Miss Evelyn Hicks is in Louisville this week buying fall millinery. N. J. Quiggins went to Louisville today to purchase his fall stock of goods. For this week only the best grades of flour at "s cents a sack. Julian Brown. Bungaloe aprons, lovely' house dresses, stylish shirt-waisat Mrs. Cord-rey- 's. ts For Sale One two-stnr- y friimo dwell iii! with nil modern improvement-; on II i".li street, in Cloverport, ICy., in Part cash, balance rood locality and ut 11 lmruuin. on ea-- y payment-- . Al.--o one cottage on Mill in jjood condition: concrete walks, electric lijrhts This will also he sold on easy terms. Brabandt will be in Hardinsburo. Saturday, Sept. 19th ' WHAT CAUSES CRYSTALS? 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 W. Scott Schuler, of Hutchinson, Kansas, Is the guest of Miss Claudia Pate. M. J. Heist, of Owensboro, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. M. E. Keith. Miss Gertrude Leslie, of Louisville, burg; Monday. Cloverport people in Louisville: Miss is here for a two weeks stay with relaRebecca Willis, Mrs. Frank Ferry, Mrt. tives. Mrs. James Lane and children went Jas. B. Randall, Miss Martha Willis, Mrs. John Ross. Mrs. LeRoy Rump and Miss Irene Jarboe returned Saturday from the couutry place of their father, Mr. J. C. Jarboe, at Sklllman. Mrs. Frank Hall and little daughter, says that it's a crime for a woman Annie Corenia Hall, spent the week end in the country with her parents, to grow old nnd haggard looking. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown. It is an unpardonable crime for Miss Jaiio Hambleton was called to womed to neglect their complexion Wequetouslng, Mich., to be with the when it is so easy to protect and mother of Mrs. R. A. Robinson. They beautify them. Don't fail to see the will return to Louisville In October. As we have got in good shape and plenty of room in our new place of Line of Toilet business we are now stocked up with our usual fall line of goods, Julian Brown. Articles Percy M. Beerd and Geo A. Evans breeders of tine poultry are attending A complete line of tlie very best the State Fair this week. Thry have to select from and you will be sure some beautitul birds in the poultry to And what you are looking for. show. ANNOUNCEMENT I have purchased the business of Smith & Black, of Addison, and will add to it a new line of I LILLIAN RUSSEL j An Obscure Process That Plays a Large Part In Nature. Ill iinswt'r to the question, "Will a sudden J:ir over caus-crystals to appear In a Mipcrxiturati'ri soliulmi. or can tills be produced only by tbu Introduction of one of the crystals';" I.iii'lcn I.nrUIn In tlie New VorU American ki.vk: "SiipeiMituiiitlon mid crystal formaLet wation are obscure phenomena. ter dissolve saltH until It Is supersatu rated when perfectly still; then let tlie containing vessel be suddenly moved, tapped or disturbed: tlieu crystals of tbe dissolved substances will Instantly form. I'ure water, distilled, may be put Into a closed container and a thermometer placed below the surface. "Keep the whole very still and the water may be cooled a number of degrees below the freezing that Is. crystallizing point without crystallizing. Suddenly strike the vessel and s the liquid will crystallize. .Many of Kiipcrdcuslty will thus behave. "This llltle understood process under-lyin- g e Ed-Bsola-Ucu- Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky DFL. W. B. Office Hours: TAYLOR. Irvlngton, Ky. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST tti it sffTrmat 'fax .1 trvwi Always In ollla during ulltcu hours Fall Goods real pleasure to us to have your patronage and we will give you the best values in groceries and dry goods. a the fascinating mathematical sci- It will be Penslar ence of crystal forming plays n highly important part in nature lu the building of solids, of crystalline rocks and geu'Tiil structure of our house the eurtli." When You Have Pineapples. In peeling a pineapple should not be used In slicing It. 08 the peel contains an acid that will Salt Is cnuse a sore, swollen mouth an antidote for this acid. The knife used a. x. and Embalmer Funeral Director Court streets. I will handle work in this line anywhere in Breckenridge county and at reasonable rates. Caskets, Robes and Burial Suits of all kinds will be found at my establishment at Second and Hardinsburg, Ky. Wedding's Drug Store, The Home ol Quality Miss Mildred Moorman and Miss Nell Dean; Franklin Moorman, of Glen Beard and Morris Kincheloe, of went to Louhville to hear rg, Mrs, Andrew Crawford AMIsob, Kentucky Its Seasoning. "My wife Ik apt to serve up a course of itougue with the dinner." "So does mine, and with tartar American. auce."-Baltimore CLOVERPORT, KY. Fields' minstrels. Charlie Bennett, formerly of Brand enburgi and representing a New York It Is the ciMuch lies In laughter. pher key wherewith we decipher the whole luiiu News Want Ads. are Little Winners GRAND DUKE CYRIL LODIBURG. LIFE INSURANCE Tfiiy GO'S, Mrs. Chappcl nnd daughter, Lornn Horkinsville were the week end quests of Mrs. Chnppel's parents, Mr, nnd .Mrs. Henry Lancaster. SJMrs. I.iw.ic ncardsly, of New York, is the guet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Will Head. Mrs. Dnvi Handy, of Louisville, vis ited Mr. nnd Mrs. June Handy. IMmon Harrison lias liouglit the Head The coniidera-tio- n farm, near Rnymond. being fooo. Dr. J. H. Frtmire was in Hnrdlnsburg lat week. Hill Dodson, of l'rymite, was the week end guest of relatives in Cnnnelton. Jack and Frank Miller were at Clover-poFriday. Jeff Cnnder, of California, has come to visit relatives. .Misses Planch Robertson and Ethel Cart have gone to Vnlpario, Ind., to attend school. l'rof. Hrnest Gibson, of Humbolt, Tenn, s,pent tie wtek end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson. and children, Mrs. Walter Adkins-oof Irvington, were the guests of her father, Luby Avht, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, of Cloverport, n'Jepded church at Walnut Grove Sun BAD FOR AUSTRIA day. MissesjSadie ahd Mattie Clack, of Ml" were the guests of friends here Sunday. Capitulation Cannot Much Lone- A. M. Hardin spent Sunday in Clover-por- t. of rt Cousin of Ciar Who It War. In Strvlce In th Art Glosily Obsirvlng Public Health Conditions An examining physician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, in an interview on the subject, made the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for in surance are rejected is because kidney trouble is so common to the American people, nnd the large majority of those whose applications are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease, According to this it would seem that a medicine for the kidneys, possessing real healing and curative properties, would be a blessing to thousands. Dr. Kilmer & Co , Dinghampton. N. Y , who prepare Dr, Kilmer's Swamp- Kuot, the well known kidney, liver and bladder remedy, claim that judging from evidence received from druggists every wheie, who are constantly In touch with their customers, and also indisputable proof in the form of grateful testimonial letters from thousands of reliable citizens, this preparation is re- markably successful in sickness caused by kidney and bladder troubles. Every interesting statement they receive regarding Swamp-Roo- t is investigated, acd no testimonial Is published unless the party who sends it is reported of good character. They have on file many sworn statements of recoveries in the most distressing eases. They state is mild that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roand gentle in its action and its healing influence is soon noticed in most cases, Swamp-Roo- t is purely an herbal compound and Dr. Kilmer & Co. advise all readers who feel in need of such a remedy to give it a trial. It is on sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes 50c and $1. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send n, ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Breclenrldge News. ot Bing-hamto- Come to Cloverport Hit's 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 3,000 Visitors to Cloverport During dune, duly and Life in our town is made up of religious, educational, industrial and social advantages. Splendid schools, good churches, musical talent and the best American people. ?v- - er Be Averted, The expecting povern-nicn- the fourth Sunday Mrs. Ophelia Shoemaker, of Rome, came down Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Nancy Leaf. Miss Elsie Mae Allen gave a lawn fete at her home Thursday evening which was attended by a large number of the young people. News has been received here of the advent of a little daughter, Frances Ruth, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Polk, of Sharpsvllle. Mrs. Isom Lewis ieft Monday for Falrbault, Minn, where she has a position in the Insane asylum. Mr. Lewis will go as soon as he gathers his corn. was taken to Lakeland Asylum Thurs THEY ALL DEMAND day. She had been ill sixteen years. An all day meetng was held at the M E. Church Sunday. The ladies had 000 There is a revival meeting at Fords- well filled baskets and dinner was vllle and large crowds are attending. Cloveport, Like Every City and Cheapest accident insurance Dr. served to all. Two Capitals in Danger. Town in the Union Receives It. The Rev. Whlttington, of Arkansas, Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, The surrender of Von Auffenbers icaltis, cuts and emergencies. and the Rev. J. T. Lewis, pastor, conPiles Cured In 6 to 14 Days All and Dankl will have two Imtnedlato Your drueeirt will refund money if PAZO ducted the services. flOe. People with kidney ills want to be OINTMENT fells to cure any case of Itching, results. The way will be open for a druggists sell it. 21c and Blind.Bleedim; or Protruding Piles InG to 14 days. cured. When one suffers the tortures of 000 mighty Russian host to advance Keith's New Theatre Opens The first application gives Ease and Rest 50c. Mr. Winter has built him a pretty an aching back, relief iseagerly sought for toward llreslau and Merlin, and for an Independent rorce of Russians and new home just opposite Bell View There are many remedies today that reIn Louisville. Servians to form a junction for an adFarm. Lon Dowel!, the rural route lieve, but not permanently. Doan's vance toward lludapest and Vienna A distinct mark of Kentucky pro PICKED UP. carrier has also a beautiful home ; he Kidney I'ills have brought lasting reIt is learned from authoritative gression is indicated in the announce- has set out a number of shade trees sults to thousands. Here is proof of tonnes that the Russians Immediate- tnent of the openeinc in Louisville, which in a few years will make his merit from this vicinity. ly on compli-tiioperations against September 2"th, of B. F. Keith's nsw j Gabe Wright so!d last week 1200 place attractive and comfortable. So V. M. Young, farmer, K. F. I). No. 3, Pr70'iisvl and ''racnw, will march diwill sow to be net bushels of wheat at 10f. He many people loose sight of the value Hawesville, Ky., says : "One of my rect! t toward Vienna. It Is reported Theatre, which is Declared his this year 100 acres. Last season Nothing is more val family had pain in her sides and across to be the IliiHsian plan to form a Junc- only the finest theatre in the South, he sowed IS acres oi Alfalfa, also has of shade trees. uable and enjoyable than a nice shady the small of her back. Seeing Doan's army, which Is to but equal to the most maghificent amtion with a Servian good stand of clover on land that a Kidney I'ills so highly recommended in lawn ; it costs so little too march northwaid through Ihing.lrv usement palaces in the world It is along the Rler TIs.a, now that the local paper, she got a supply at located at " Keith's Square in Fifth he fertilized with lime. 000 has been captured. Oelze's Drug Store and began using as and Walnut street, and occupies the Lon Rhodes shipped a car load of WAITING FOR AN ANSWER directed. In a short time she was cured. In iiiilicla. with the surrender of the entire width of the square, and right two armies of Austria, probablv one in the heart of Louisville's business cattle last Saturday. She hasn't any further need of a kidney nllllon Russian soldiers can be ey-- j section. With the exception of New This Government Renews Tender of remedy." 000 I'd to Mriko lor lireslau, piitctlr.il-)Russell Compton is building an elu Its Good Offices. Hippodrome and B. F. Keith's Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply the only HrU class fortlllcatlon bar- Ysrk bungalow In Hardinburg. Washington special: So far as ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Hippodrome lr. Cleveland, it Is one cant ring the way to Merlin from the .southMr. Compton and Miss Delia Kin rewas learned, no answer has east From .N'lsh, the war capital of of the largest theatres in the country, cheloe will be married next month and ceived by the statu departmentbeen this Kidney I'ills the same that Mr. Young to recommends. Foster Milburp Co., Servla, Information comes that tho and from a point of architectural new home will 60on be ready for government's Inquiry of fiermany if Props., Iluffalo, X. Y. Russian and Servian general staff3 splendor it reflects the most modern their she were ready to discuss peace terms liavo worked out a campaign against Ideas in theatre construction. Pop- them. with her foes. 000 Mudnpest and Vienna. The Servians ular prices will prevail, making the An Unconventional Duke. Lon Henning is building a new house nre leaving to Montenegro the task of new Keith theatre a place of amuseKew Parish church hud iiiuong forPushing the Germans Back. la the Park Addition in Hardinsburg, subduing iiosnia. Washington special; A resume of mer worshipers the llrst Puke of Camment for everybody, and mail orders S. H. Davis is building a house at Now tlmt tho Austrian power has strcine; hut unconventional the important operations of the Brit- bridge. for the reservation of stats will be been crushed, the Russian main armHarned. ish and French armies In France dur- churchman, who nmdc nuillhlu comgiven careful and prompt attintion. ies are expected to follow what Is stat000 ing the last four days received at the ments while the service was in proged to be the plan of the Russian genState Fair tickets will be the same British embassy from tho London war ress. To thu exhortation, "Let us eral staff, an Invasion of (Jerinaiiv and Letter From The West. price. War times do not affect them. office concludes with the statement pray," he would reply. "Uy all means," a march toward Merlin through Her-inrthat the Oerinuus are in retreat alone and ilurliiK dry summer he added to 000" Poland, with I'osen the first main ruin, Mrs. Edgar Adkisscn, of 7O2 South J. K. Bruner, postmaster and mer- the whole liiie west of the Meuse and thu "Auicu" utter the prayer for wind ob ectlve. News that Cossacks have Lawton, Tulsa, Okla, writes: As I am chant at Woodrow, was in Irvington have suffered gravely In morale, be- "Hut wo sha'n't set It till tho been laugiiig districts near I'osen con"For the far from dear old Kentucky I love to Saturday. The new place of the map sides encountering heavy losses in per- changes." On hearlii'.' Into words,world, firms that view. The Russian the, we brought not III nvr sonnel and material. In Kast Prussia, now centered read The Breckenridge News and I is as good at its name. neither may we carry iinythliiK out," about tho Investment of Koenlgsberg, look for it every week as a letter from 000 ho would ejaculate, "True, true; too German Casualties 20,168. Is admittedly of secondary linport'.nce home, Tulta is a nice town, but someChas. M. Miller has a position at A dispatch many calls upon us for that." London Rotterdam special: There Is a rumor that a (ierman what dead at present owing to shut tHe State Fair. from Ilerlln Hays that the total losses Globe. urmy has been defeated In Kast Prus- down in oil and drilling. This leaves sustained by the Germans, Including 000 sia with heavy losses, whllo endeav- ail well at present. We are enjoying Thousands of bushels of apples are tho tweiity.flr3t casualty list, which The Smile of God's Love. I'rovl-oiloring to relieve Koenlgsberj;. As the Ice upon the mountain, when and now hope to visit being delivered to Harry's distillery at has just been published, are kIvcu as reports have spoken of Herman fine weather G,53!i dead, 8,21111 xerlously wounded, tho warm breath of suiiiiner's sun Kentucky ir, the nesr future. Ekron. HticcesseH In till reglan. and 4,242 slightly wounded. It Is not breathes upon It. melts and divides Into 000 drops, each of which reflects an Image Some tobacco dealers do not know known to wliut date tho list extends. of the sun, so life. In the smile of God's PARIS HAVING ITS JOKE TOBINSPORT that there Js a war. They are offering The Trench Report. love, divides Itself Into scpunite forms, peace prices same as last year' Ten The daily offlclul eiich bearing la It uud rcltictlug im imParis special; And It Is at Expense of Those Who communication Ismied by tlu ml'llary age of GoU'h love. Longfellow. Miss Nannie K'r.tler went to lllnois aud twelve dollars round for Hurley. Hurried Away, government of Parle concludes thus; 000 Saturday, to visit her brother, Otis "All that wo know Is that the ullied I'afia special; .Many who hurriedA Matter of Support. Mre. W. C. Carter, of near Asklns, Kinder. ly went to llordeaux are now return-Inarmies aro advancing alone the whole Her Father You expect ine to supto Carls. They brusquely evplaln front with contact maintained with port Mnrgarct IndollnltelyV Her HusMrs. J. H. Payne spent Wednesday tho enemy. On our left wing wo have band Well, I hope yira muy ntund tliri they only went because t'.cjr night with Mrs. F. L. Lightfoot, of PAID FOR rfiSHrST MA' crossed the Alsno river." vl es lii'lsted. or because they were Cloverport. from under very gradually, sir. Hob-tocompelled to remain with tho governTranscript Reports of a remarukuble gold disEarl Weatherholt. of Owenkboro, ment. Those who remained In Paris covery in Broad Pass, on the Sustlna pent Sunday with home folks. are Inclined to ho skeptical and Nothing Is denied to well directed lariver, Alitb a, have been confirmed. Rev. N. F. Gabbert failed to fill his uinuted and whisper "froussards," The discovery has started another bor; nothing Is eter to lie attained which way be translated an "cold ft at the Usptitt regular appointment rush o&proapector to Alaska. without it. Sir .Ioh'iu.1 Iteynpld. .njsntit Church Sunday, but will be here on news of the surrender of the remnants of These, two Krrat Austrian nrmles. commanded by Generals Von Auffen-berand Ranld, ha4 been shnttered They by the Itusslans In Onllcla. made desp rate elfortH to concentrate In the vicinity of HavaniRska, but have been completely surrounded. Caught by riveis. unable to piotect wagon trains or transport artillery In a marshy country, they have been cut off from food supplies and ammunition and are at the mercy of the Kus.dan horsemen and guns. It Is estimated that the Austrian generals were unable to withdraw 180,000 men after disastrous defeats at Krasnlk and overTomaszow. which succeeded whelming reverses at Lublin and l.em-berand that this vast force, the flower of Fran. Joseph's army, will be prisoners of the czar. The Russian victories of the past few days have utterly overwhelmed Austrian military power In (Jallcla aud the cupltulation of the armies of Von AuffenberK and Dankl cannot longer be averted. Sixty thousand prisoners. Including 1,100 officers, hae been taken In the past two days aud Immense quantities of artillery, ammunition and military stores have fallen into the hands of the victors. g special: PetroKrad Is momentarily t Joseph Adkinson, of Owensboro, was of friends here. Jasper Head, of Cincinnati, was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Head. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys and son lilbert, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys, Sunilay.1 One of the most btautiful weddings ever solemnized in Walnut Grove Church was last Sunday, September I3, when Miss Via Adkinson, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Habe Adkinson, nnd one of the leading young Indies of Meade county, and Roco Keys, son of Mr, nnd Mrs. William Keys, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev Hutchinson, of Hardin county, officiating. The bride was dressed in white silk net and n white silk wedding veil, and carried a bunch of white roses. The groom wore a suit of blue serge. The attendants were; Miss Dessie Adkinson, sister of the bride, nnd Mr. flasham, Miss Ida Hell Ater and Hubert Keys. The wedding march was played by MNs Mamie Adkinson. They took the 6 o clock train for Chicago, to visit Mr. Keys' sister, then they will visit Milwaukee, after which they will be "at home" to their many friends on their farm near I.odiburg. the gutfst 1 I The River 1 Factories 1 The Railroad Merchants Banks Doctors I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS e 1 1 Tells all about them and their friends e PRICE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 5c a Copy L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tor- -, nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable j Companies We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. v 11 Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the. portage both ways on all packages Wc. --or over, work guaranteed first clan Prompt deliveries In sanitary paekages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lnlonntlon. Iletter. still, lend trial bundle. 11 cam-)ialg- Offices: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. oliaopilolfollollaoPllo s Walls, &..Tf.ent; Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains rHIDES - Hardinsburg, 0ly Om "BRiJip : Ky. u o1lCTOEZ3iCT51folicioCT 1 " SKINS tit QUININE" LAXATo t the BeaulM. csilUwpun lor ticntUn at TIVE bromo UUlNlSc-Loo- k X. W.CKOVK. CMf m gM iaOa Bar-- ' Uaf coHcb aa4 headache, ad works ol mm. He. uu, 1i is" MlkMak A A DICTPIARY SHERIFF'S SALE. l.y ;rluc- i: a execution No. 6.S, directed to me. which inucd from the Clerk's office of llrcckinriilge Circuit Court, in favor of Flora Auberry against Craftou Auberry I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday the aStli day of September, 19I4, between the' hours of-o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. 111. , nt the Court House door in Hardiimburg, Ky., expose to I'ulilic Hale to the highest bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, 575. "A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Ilreckih-ridg- e and State of Kentucky, 011 the waters of Harris Fork Creek of Rough Cteek and bounded as follows: 11 eg in nitig at two black oaks, J. Matthews' corner; thence K. 176 poles, to a sugar tree and beech on a branch, J. Matthews N. K. corner; thence down said branch with its meanders 91 poles to a hickory, dogwood and white oak on said branch; thence V. 120 poles to a black oak and hickory; thence S. S6 poles to the beginning, containing acres, more or less. It being the same land conveyed to Craftou Auberry by 1'aLsey A. Sim mous and others, and recorded in Deed Book 59, page 4S6, levied upon as the property of Craftou Auberry." Terms: Sale will be made on a crcdi of six mouths, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from (lay of sale, and having the force and effect of a judgment. A. T. Heard, S. II. C. t, INSTRUMENTS OF WAR SLAUGHTER Murderous Battle New Now BRITISH TRADE siLL SuFFEBi Mr ID fir luuuiug m nm ui a"' 1 tUi GET THE WAR HEWS! coinbinatio'i that will keep you posted even day with the war news riht from the front. La miiiiui j Weapons In and Phrases. GIVEN Cavalry, inor Use, Turkish Government Adopts High of Protective Tariff. Here IN CIVILIAN ENGLISH. OEATH DEALING "GRENADES" TO FOSTER One HOME INDUSTRIES HERE IX IS! THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST Daily from now until January 1, Artillary, Flying Carpi, MMiscellaneous Terms. Units. "Covering Troops" Explained What Is A Guide In a Reeonnoissance Reading tha Day's News. In thesu days wlion all the tnll: U of things military tlio newspapers are tilled with martial terms that are bound to puzzle the average laytnau. Here Is a brief "wnr dictionary." clveu in the Albany Knickerbocker I'resx: Cavalry. Squadron. 1.10 Modernized Typs Fired From a Howitzer Throws Two Pound Missile 300 Yards Explode on Contact, Scattering 215 Bullets Over a Hundred Square Yards. Rate Scale Drafted So as to Secure the Absolute Maximum of Revenue. Remunerative Enterprises to Be Taken Over by the Government as Monopolies Turkish Plans More Comprehensive Than Supposed, Sept. li. The Turkish demand for the abolition nf the capitulations Is more comprehensive than has been generally supposed. The demand not merely Is tor the abolition of the capitulations, hut for entire freedom with respect to customs. The Ottoman public debt Is not affected. In other words, Turkey demands the abolition of foreign postolllces, the cancellation of all privileges with respect to the exemption from taxation now enjoyed by foreigners; complete subjection to the Turkish courts of all foreign subjects now tried by the consuls; the cessation of all privileges enjo.ved by all foreign mlssiotu and educational establishments. Hitherto the powers have not permitted nn increase lu the Turkish customs unless by consent above a scale on file. This scale until recently was 8 per cent; then It was increased to 11 per cent, and when war broke out negotiations were under discussion to raise this by mutual arrangement to U per cent. On this consent of the powers to a larger increase rested the whole structure of 1915 1, HOME AND FARM TO JANUARY 1915 At the siege of Port Arthur the Japanese made such effective use of Improvised hand grenades that the attention of military experts was attracted, with the result that this ancient weapon has also been modernized. One type of modern hand grenade, the Ansen, weighs one kilogram and contains 100 bullets. As these II.v in all directions, says the New York .Evening World. It can only be used from under cover. Another form of the grenade can be II red from a howitzer weighing about twenty-fou- r pounds, which can be carried lu a case like a rifle. It throws a murderous missile weighing about two pounds to a distance of ;00 yards. It explodes on contact, scattering 215 bullets over nu area of about 100 square yards. Still another type of this so called grenade can be lired. with the nld of a stick thrust Into n rllle barrel, to a distance of 400 yards , Most deadly of all Is the mine weighing right pounds nud containing 400 large bullets. This Is burled a few Inches under ground. When nn enemy Is over the mine the touch of nn electric button causes It to spring out of the ground until it Is checked by a chain at a height of a yard above the surface, when it explodes, mowing down every man In the vicinity. Heavy Shells and Their Targets. The Belgian resistance at Liege has drawn public attention to modern fortresses and their defense. Heavy shells fired from long ranges will penetrate as much as twenty feet of sand, which offers more resistance than other soils. Moreover, n shell which explodes after It has penetrated soil will cause more damage than If It explodes lu the air on account of the confinement of the earth It has penetrated. Walls exposed to Ore are therefore made of from five to ten feet of concrete, sometimes with steel. Over these there are 't few Inches of dirt as a bed for grass so that the fortification may be concealed. In practically every Kuropean conn try either turrets or Iron and steel revolving cupolas containing guns such as those used at Liege are lu use. The value of night attacks was emwar, phasized hi the Uuslan-.!apanes- e with the result that troops have been specially drilled In this form of operation and numerous devices for olTense mid defense have been Invented. One of these Is the new portable searchlight, with which all I'uropean armies are provided to some extent at least. These consist of a generator driven by a gasoline engine mounted on an automobile. These are especially relied upon for protection hi case of attack by n dlrlgl-tilmid also lu attacks on the ground. Parachute Lights. !u the ub.seiiie of a searchlight a force may he equipped with parachute lights, a sort of grenade weighing fourteen ounces. Which, with the aid of a firing stick, can he shot from a rllle to .1 distance of .() to 100 yards, where It will float In the air and burn brilliantof a ly for a half to A larger fo'nu of parachute minute. light, hrcd from n field gun with a small charge of powder, floats In the air. giving- a dazzling light for several minutes. A phase of war ot Interest to the military expert Is the fact that an Amur lean invention, the gun silencer, dovls ed by Illrani Percy .Maxim of Hart-ford- , will he given a thorough trial of the silencer's mlviintagcs are. according to official reports, the muf- tlliix of tile tiolsi. of firing, allowing the voice of the officer to he heard this giving better control of tiring. e three-quarte- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS to January I, 1915 men. UeKl-nicn- t, SIXTEEN PAGE WAR ATLAS three squadrons and u machiue gun section. Brigade, three regiments; when acting Independently, horse arloii tillery and engineers are attached. Division, four cavalry brigades, two hurso artillery brigades, four tleld troops of engineers, one signal squad-ron- , four signal troops, four cavalry field ambulances, together with transport and train; this represents n total of 0.302 oStcers and men. with IU07 horses and a number of motorcars, motor tricycles and bicycles. Artillery. Battery Is composed as follows: Horse artillery, six thirteen-poun- d guns, 20S o Ulcers and men. Field 203 ofartillery, six elghtccu-pouuderpushed out In front nf each army to h ficers and men. Howitzer, six guns and 101 ofllcers and men. feel for and get In touch with the Heavy, four "long toms" and 171 of- enemy and to prevent him from getting in and obtaining Information. The ficers and men. Garrison artillery, a according to the outermost fringe of this screen Is comvariable quantity, posed of cavalry split up Into small men and guns or the size of the forts. parties or patrols, which work their In the French army a battery con- way, If possible. Into the heart of the sists of four guns. enemy's country, gathering and sendA brigade consists in the case of ing back Information, preventing the horse artillery of two batteries and amcolumn iGTl officers and men destruction of roads and railways munition nrmy will want to and 750 horses); In the case of Held ar- which their own tillery of three batteries and ammuni- use and doing a thousand and one oththings. tion column (793 men and 733 horses); er The screen Increases In strength from the case of field howitzer artillery, of the three batteries and ammunltloo col- - front to rear, up advanced horsemen being backed ly artillery and Intuii. fantry, so that In the event of check Flying Corps Miscellaneous Terms. or an attempt by the enemy to peneAeroplane squadron, twelve aero- trate the screen, a force can he Implanes. Aeroplane and kite squadron, mediately concentrated for offensive or two'alrshlps and two kites. defensive purposes. A complete force of all arms, which An airship battalion In the Itritlsh army consists of from twenty to thirty may be anything from u brigade to officers and nearly )0 men. an army corps. Is sometimes sent on Kile, two men. jt special mission to penerate Into the Section. Cavalry, four men; Infantry, enemy's country for the purpose of obof a company labotit thirty taining special Information. This Is live-incone-eigh- ALL FOR. $3.00 ONLY . . Get in the push right now while the war news interesting. Send subscription to is THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KY. KENTUCKY STAT E Hi ft SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914 $3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE $1,000 Light Harnett Stake Student' Judging Contest $1,000 Roadster Stake Farmer Boys' Encampment I men i. Field ambulance, three "sections" of medical corps. Platoon, a quarter company of Infan- known ns a reeonnoissance. the recent treaties regarding the Bagdad railway to the Persian gulf. These are now Invalidated or wrecked. It is announced by a high authorlt) that Turkey Intends to run a high protective tariff for the encouragement of home Industries, so drafted as to secure the absolute maximum of revenue and also placing the remunerative industries In the hands of the government as monopolies. This will hit many established Industries In Turkey and will vitally affect Brit-'Istrade, especially In Lancashire cotton goods. Another and more serious eflect will be that it will liberate a large sum for military and naval purposes and provide necessary funds for enterprises of the kind adopted by the Hermans with such success lu h TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY Fine Exhibit of Horse, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman's Handiwork CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS GRAND FIREWORKS DISPLAY Reduced Railroad Rates ti, BATTLE OF MEXICO" ForCtlo2ue mj Entry BInlt Aiidrc J. L. DENT, Secretary, 70S Paul Jones Building, LOUISVILLE, KY. Chamberlain's '.Colic, try. Company Hnyal Engineers. Hetwecn ISO and 2t)0 army service corps, 100. about Train. Indicates all the baggage and Impedimenta of an army which Is not rrled with the first line transport. Patrol, a recounolterliig cavalry de tachment containing anything from two men to a squadron. Outpost may consist of anything from a company to a big force of all arms. Its duty Is to ward off an enemy long enough to allow the army In the rear to make nil its dispositions for deone-sixt- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I advised the 'boys' when they enlisted for the Spanish war to take a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy with them, and have received many thanks for the advice given," writes J. H. Houghland, Eldon, Iowa. "No person whether traveling or at home should be without this great remedy." For sale by all dealers. Dair-rlioe- Asia Minor. England will stand for the inviolability of international engagements o' all nations vitally Interested under the most favored nation clause. IMpr To sell the most remarbahle bargain in the magazine world this year. VISIT SIGNIFICANT Several Hours With Roosevelt. Oystqr B y, X. Y.. Sept. 14. Oscar Straus cafe to Sagamore Hill and spent several hours with Colonel When asked If his visit Roosevelt. had an thing to do with getting th! colonel's aid In the peace measures which Mr. Straus Is said to be undertaking, the latter replied, "Absolutely no." In view of the recent conferences which Mr. .Straus has had with foreign ambassadors to this country and with Secretary of Stato Bryan In Washington and Colonel Roosevelt's friendship for the kaiser, Mr. Straus' meeting with Colonel Roosevelt Is as highly significant. Irish Welcome Belgian Cardinal. Loudon, Sept. 14. Remarkable scenes were witnessed outside Westminster cathedral. From the balcony of the cathedral Cardinal Mercler, urlmnte of Belgium and archbishop of Malines. blessed a procession of London IH3I1 men and women numbering more than ,10,000. An address of welcome was read by Irish Nationalists, to which the cardinal replied. Claim Budget Figures Juggled. Columbus, Sept. 14. A committee of the city council will probe U?" charges t'.ist the figures In the budget-wer'juggled after being approved. Alleged Murderer Captured. Pittsburgh. Sept. 14. The alleppn murderer of Ureensburg, the chauffeur, was arrested In Cleveland. --' '.MliLll ITTTITTf ITT VTTtTTT I I TTf TV -- Oscar Straus Spends and Women Regular Price Everybody's $1.50 Delineator $1.50 Total, Both to $2.00 Soup Stations Fof Troop. When train nf ilerimin M.NIIers ur lives at a station th troops piepare fense or attack. train and lime it h of hot soup for the Advance guard, usually on the platform ready for the new the main army Column, a force nf any size on the oniers. who then prepare soup for tue next, while the tirst pinecetl to the next march. (topping point. The Centum armies :ite Wing and Hank, usually Interchangeable terms and denote the right and accompanied b a traveling prlutiug left sides ot an advancing line of troops. press for military proclamations atiri Strategical, A term used with refer- 'equlsltlon bonds and by official phoence to the process by which the army tographers. is brought Into the theater of operaInvigorating to the Pale and Sickly tions. Tactical. A term applied to the The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVU'S TASTULESS chill TONIC, drives out movements of troops when In actual Malaria.enricbes the blood. and builds upthe system. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c contact with the enemy Covering Troops Reeonnoissance. A screen of troops of all arms 19 PARIS TO USE GREAT SECRET 11 the same mt Wanted 1 A $3.00 address monthly salary and liberal coituiLsVion on each order. Salaries run up to $250.00 per month, depending on the num- her of ordorn. This work can he done in your spare time and need not conltict with your present duties. No investment or previous experience necessary. We furnish full equipment ftee. Write for particulars to Terrlfn A Surprise For Germans "War to Kill." In a THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING CO. September Birthday Gifts in Sapphire Settings Beautiful Sapphire Rings Exquisite Sapphire Pins Hat Pins, Tie Clasps, Watch Charms Those dear little FriendshipjCircles the newest things for gifts to friends. Anything you want, I have or will order it for you. London Dally News correspondent in Paris sends the following censored message; "I wish I could let you know the real position of things In the present situation, or situations, of our own force. Perhaps I may mention the ipeti secret that If the Cermans are Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. rejoicing lu the progress of their great "My attention was first called to sltw guns, towed here by 30.4.V) horses, we have surprise quite as cheering Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarfor them here, ouee they get to rhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I wai seriously ill "And. besides this, we are all asking with summer complaint. One dose of ourselves how far their extraordinarily this remedy checked the trouble," nice Mi'tise of Immunity will prevent the C. W. Florence, Rockfield, French from making use of their great writes Mrs. secret. This Is a war to kill and to be Ind. For sale by all dealers. divided by the numier killed. Am) 'hen Lord Kitchener Is an unknown McQUADY ITEMS. 'actor We know great deal about li 11 closi-strip11 t 326 Hudson Street New York Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. .. --- - Opposite Union Station J t WEATHER OBSERVATIONS. t t Observations of the United States weather bureau taken at 7 p. m. Sunday; Temp. Weather, Boston New York 5S 60 II T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky (,'ulllenl Is an army In him Mrs. Rhoda Wright left Tuesday for an administrator of established tighter by tempera California, where she will spend the and miMit-oi- ,e of the dangerous. Inti'llec faiPand winter with her sons. mil t.vpt. Purl will be lu ruins, Mrs. Abe Kryant and baby are at unili of l.eroes hefore he surrender!, Sample the guests of her parents, Mr. fhe plvm of the allied position." and Mrs. Hrumfield. Chamberlala'5 Liniment. School began here Monday with Miss If you are ever troubled with aches, Ida Marr as principal and Mrs. Maria pains or soreness of the muscles, you Marshall assistant. Mrs, Jesse Wilson, of Jacksonville, will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. Many suf- 111., is here the guest of relatives. ferers from'rheumatlsm and sciatica Supt. Joe Trent is in this neighborhave used It .'with the best results. It hood visiting schools this week. is especially valuable for lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. Read the Want Ads. elf 11 11 w "CSeneral Clear j Rate $1.00 J J i f 1 T Bath $1.50 European t t . Washington Buffalo Columbus ,.. Chicago St. Louis St. Paul Los Angoles New Orleans .... .. t Little tives here this week. Hlllie Frank was in Grayson county ... Clear 4. this week. Clear $ .. Cloudy j Perry Dalton and Henry Clark are Tampa R. E. Jackson, our hustling merchant, Cloudy J Seattle dolus carpenter's work for John was In Leltchfield on business. near Hoff, this week. Weather Forecast. Thos. Frank and family visited relaSuccess to the News. Washington, Sept. 14. Indlca- - J. Hons for tomorrow; i tives near Short creek this week. Old Sorst. Oilier Rtntties Wi'l cn Increasing .Ohio cloudiness, .; Sam Klper ana family visited rela- Cunt The wont catci. no nutter of bow long lUndlnf, probably followed by showers. J tives near Madrid. are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. J'orter't Antlieplic Healing Oil. It relieve Clay Gather and family visited rela aud Ileal at the tame time. 2Sc, Wc, JL09, Rain 62 62 67 70 76 60 66 82 76 54 Clear Clear Clear Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Mon and Shoppers Clear Cloudy Clear FISHER. Hen-nlnc- er, S- m Mrs. John Htrcher, of Matllonvll!e, was tliu guest of Mrs. Sue Jolly Mot-daJ y. A Word to the Ladies The When you spend your nionoy you want full value for ovcry dollar you p pend. You insist on knowing the real value of ovory article you buy, and you aro justly entitled to that knowledge. You insist on havine just what you want, and you arc averse to accepting substitutes. That is tho attitude of the discerning woman of today, tho woman who makes tho homo what it is. We know ilifo, and bavo purchased our stock of Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnishings with these requirements in view, purchased to plcuse YOU, to give you that high combination of value and appearance which means real economy in every purchase. Yc givo 1ms a Suit You Wear Dressed Man impression at first sight, and orenable lum to retain the advancreates the first impression has making of the man in the eve of Mrs. Addle Brown and daughter, Mary, have returned from a visit to Lewlsport. Mr. and Mrs. ington, "have been visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. M, Itcrndon. Miss Mury Cornwall has returned from Louisville where she has been the guejt of her sister, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Kettle Calhoun, of Auburn, Ky., has been visiting friends in our midst. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cain have had for their guest Miss Mcllie Clarkson, of Louisville. G. L. llrady spent Saturday In Louisville. J. M. Matin, of Lex- distinct influence upon your standing among your fellow men and women as well as upon your success in life. Your intimate friends may know you for WHAT YOU ARE, but the great majority of people form their conclusions from' first impressions. A Well Don't forget the Country Fair Sjp tetnbrr 2s and 26, Mrs. J. J. Tllford has returned from Knrdsville. Dr. and Mrs. It. M. Hardaway, of St. Louis, have been guests of Mrs. Sue Jolly and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cain MIwTliva Schlndler returned to Louisville Wednesday, having spent thre weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schin-dle- creates a favorablo dinary prudence will tage thus obtained. Tho clothing we sell much to do with tho other people. substitute. our goods know that something r. you exactly what you ask for never a The more YOU know of the vttluc of tho better it pleases us, for then you will this is a store where "economy" means more than an empty word. Hoosicr Cotton; per 5c yard ... Pilgrim Culico; per 5c yard A good Outing Cloth; per rp vard Uu You can't nn"ord to overlook our Ribbon Department; wo arc now offering splendid ribbon in 2$ to 4 inches wide: n j Uu very special, at yard Serpentine Crepes: all solid col- - 4 ors and fancies, per yard 0u Special Hoys' School Suits with pairs pants: all wool; sizes I) to 18 years: at 2 $3.98 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a daughter at their home. The little Miss has been named Francis McUloth-tan Johnson. E. U. Hardaway, of Louisville, was In town Thursday. Miss Eula Neafus has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crawley at West Point. Mrs. Jonas Lyons was In Louisville Thursday. Mrs. Sam Dowell entertained the Ladies' Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church Thursday. Miss Mary K. Alexander, of Louisville, is the guest of her brother, E. F. sponged 85c and shrunk erge: all colors: at all wool setge.? in all 48c colors; at Initio; a beautiful crepe de early fall fabric: all color?: at yd. 25c costume crepe, a rare val25c ue; special, 'yard inch fancy plaid suiting; very and 50c new fabric; at j aid 15c, Hope Cotton, as many yards as 8aC you want at 42 and 44 inch all wodI, -30-inc- h 28-inc- THE BIGGEST SMILE OF THE SEASON is worn by a man from the country who has been rcadinsr our advertisements about Shoo, the kind that don't hurt. His curiosity was aroused, and he dropped in to see if we really did have Shoes that gave solid comfort. After trying on a few pairs ho found the shoo he was looking for, stood up on it, twisted around, tested it in every way, and then commenced to smile. Ho didn't have much to say. Just smiled smiled when he paid us, smiled as he went out the door, and was still smiling when ho drove away. There are times when a smile means much counts for more than words. h 27-inc- h c A PENNY SAVED A very special in Boys' heavy tan school Shoes; sizes 121 to h An AA a rare bargain; pair wZiUU Men's good work Shoes; all sizes at pair, $1.50 and Alexander. Miss Itrownfield, 6f Bowling Green, is boarding with Mrs. Nora Board. She will assist in the school work. John CoofcChas let the contract for a handsome two story residence on Walnut street. A. It. Suter, of Oweuton, will arrive this week to join his wife who has been t spending thr'ljummei with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Mrs. Maggie Chamberlain left Monday for Louisville to spend the week with Mrs. Clarence Martin. Miss Eva Carrigan attended services at (iuston Sunday. Miss Alberta King left Saturday for lkthlehcm where ihe will attend school this winter. t, Mr. and Mrs. Knott Hirdin, of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. lijvtlie Sunday. The School Improvement League met Thursday and made plans for a play at the school building Friday. Haynes Trent has moved into his handsome building on Main street. He has living rooms on the second door. Hion Jolly left Saturday for Chicago where he has accepted a position. Hud Simmons, of Columbus, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. Sue Simmons at Hotel Neafus. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Crider and children left Thursday for a week's stay with relatives in Kuttawa. ' Mrs. Dalo Smith, and daughter, MUi relaHelen, spent the week end with tives in elusion Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dowell went to Louisville Tuesdaj . Misses Elizabeth and Eliie Baxter, CIov-erpor- Sounds small, you say ? Hut is it small? Ask the woman who buys groceries for the family. We are holding our great list of patrons and increasing them because we save them the pennies a penny here, another ono there, and so on down the long list of articles sold in a grocery store. By the end of the year this accumulation of pennies saved one at a time has doubled and trebled and multiplied until it has reached a sum in dollars of surprising proportions. It pays to trade with us you save the pennies. CZIOCZ3HO PICTURESQUE ICE S2.00 The best line of Children's school Shoes we have ever shown; An nn prices from .fl.ll the pair to wiUU Tho famous 'Stronger than tho Law' in Women's Men's Children's: An pair .$1.75, .$2.25 and , -- OdiOU rn ED. F. ALEXANDER, "The Busy Store," 3C nor. Irvington, Kentucky. 3 CZIOIZ3 c FIELDS. nor rCZIOEIJlO teachers nl the Irvlngtou Graded School, are boarding with Mrs. John Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham have for their guest, Mrs. Gregory, of Louisville. J. Iv llramiette has the contract to build Newsoin Gardner a brick on Main street. Mrs. E. II. Jollv, of Louisville, has of Miss been called to the Elizabeth Claire Jolly, of Cleveland, O., who is seriously ill. Miss Minnie Dull Stith, of Washington, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith at Bewleyville. A pleasant surprise party was given Miss Mary Alexander Thursday evening. Music and "500" were indulged in, after which the crowd was escorted two-stor- y Scenic Beauties of Uncle Sam's Glacier National Park. That the Ice fields of Glacier National park present some of tho best examples of active glaciers now found In the United States, Is a statement made by AV. C. Alden In n government pamphlet. "They have a splendid setting In mngniliccnt alpine scenery," says Mr. Alden. "unsurpassed In grandeur anywhere. Hidden away In the recesses of the mighty "mountain ranges, these rare and wonderful features form n climax to many of the interesting trips open to the tourist. "There are in the park about ninety small glaciers, ranging In size from Ulackfcet glacier, with Its three square miles of let', down to masses but a few acres In extent, yet exhibiting the characteristics of true glaciers. "After examining these features one can easily picture to himself as ho looks down Hie valleys the great rivers of Ice which In ages past cascaded from the cliffs below the upper cirques, converged as tributaries from tho many branch valleys and united in great trunk gliders. In Imagination he can these great glaciers, many hundreds of feet In depth, filling tho great mountain valleys from side to side and deploying thence upon tho bordering plains, He seems to see these mighty engines plucUng away the rock ribs of the iiiMint.iIns, smoothing, grinding and polishing the Irregularities and sweeping away the debris to be spread on the plains below. These glaciers developed anil extended three times and. after each development, tho congealed masses melted away on the return of milder climatic conditions, until at length only the small cliff glaciers of the present day nro left lurking In the protected recesses at the heads of the capacious valleys. ".Many of the rock walled amphitheaters are no longer occupied by Ice, but from all there issues streams fed by the melting snow or Ice. These plunge over the cliffs In beautiful, foaming cascades ami rush on down tho mountain gorges. The melting glaciers loft many Inclosed basins, largo und small, and In these the waters rest awhllo THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge DdllK.i Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us rami Myron T. Ilerrlc't. 'itIcii to France. ' s '; :; - to Mi 'nst tn f0r-'-cti n Paris. Ho d. when tho o.ic'-- I !"r. "'h ";overn-u'li- t was moved t'- r ' ?. :kmo the of Paris scpv d 'rrmlnent. Ho Is being aJiled hy RuV'rt Paeon, for- amb-in-ill1 rj u - -'e w. WRITE R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky HILL ITEMS a smile, and a cheerful song, Are little things indeed. Yet how great each is when it happens A word, For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. The thing which we most need. Itev. R. E. Reeves, of Nashville, preached at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening. He was advised to come here by Dr. Cheek, Synodical Superintendent, who hopes to locate him as pas'.or of the churches at Irving-toGuston and here. Every one who met and heard Mr. Reeves were favor to be H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone IS. Residence 5hetlmin House Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky n, Office Over Farmers Bank A CHERU1T FROCK. to the Irvlngtou Pharmacy and deby Messrs. K. L. lightfully entertaiued Tula gown, deslgued oy Chcrult, the Lyou, George Hull and Dr. E. A. Lex. famous Frenchman, la built of black A serenade was planned but on ac- and white striped suiting. Tho bodlco count of incleineut weather this part of la belted across tho front at the normal waist Hue, but huugi loose and low at the program was left out. tho back. Sash ends of white plQUo are attached to tho belt. Tho back buttoning und the straight cut of the skirt aro most appropriate for young girls' wear. and mirror In their crystal depths the dark green of tho surrounding forests, the rich colors of tho rugged mountain walls and the deep blue of tho cloud flecked sky. Ou, again, from laku to lake, the waters How and finally start down their long courses to tho tca to merge at length with tho chill wnters of Hudson bay, tho balmy tides of the Gulf of Mexico or the rolling billow of the Pacific." Subscribe Today Want ads are sure winners! ably impressed. Mrs. Martha Lander, of Herrin, III., was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Satterheld. Miss Mollio BernharO, of Louisville, returnee! to her home Saturday after a three weeks visit to friends here. Mrs. Robert Patterson, of Alton, Kansas, is here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Isom. She came to see her foster father, Mr. Noell, whom she Is anxious to take home with her. He is very much opposed to leaving Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pate have been Mrs. Armstrong, who has been ill, to the country. is very much improved and has gone to Mrs. Vina Rodgers, who has spent the country to visit her daughter, Mrs. most of the summer in Tobinsport, has Garfield Tucker. returned to her home, and was on the Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wilson will leave hill Friday calling on friends. here this week for Holden, W. Va., whtre they will be the guests of relaNOTICE. tives and friends. All persons having claim3 against the Mrs. Arnold spent last Tuesday at estate of Burrell Urinnell, deceased, Irvington. will please present the same at once to Mr. and Mrs. John Pate spent last the undersigned administrator, as preSaturday and Sunday with her brother, scribed by law. The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Administrator. Joe Simmons. i IDWIMHTHM PUARMAOY . The nrurr gtnro Thatfauoc Ynn Mnnou i in ui uu uiuiu i iiui uuiuu uu iiiuiiui ii i inn i nil iinii unu 1 11