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At Berry An Bao and a little Mat of north of Khelms, General Von lite'o-- Pages No. 12 BATTLE IS FURIOUSLY CONTESTED No THREE FUNERALS AT THE and Gcnert.1 Von Advantage Eillisr Side. to , With tho standards of the peoples plunging thro' the thunderHardinsburg, Sept. 21. (Special.) Saturday morning at two o'clock Mr. storm ; Godfrey Ball answered the death sumTill the war-druthrobb'd no Ionget, and the battle flas were FILLING BLOODY GAPS mons after several months of intense furl'd suffering from dropsy. Just a short In tho Parliament of man, tho Federation of the world. time ago Mr. and Mrs. Dull came here There tho common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe, fiom Athens, Ohio, to be the guests of force from Both Sides Rushing Reinforce- tirevent tho across the River Alsne to Mr. and Mrs. Hardee Ball, hoping that And the kindly earth shall slumber, lapt in universal law. rldse which would he favorable for being at the home of his boyhood days ments to the Front. artillery. For sevnral days German and among relatives and friends that he I enclose herewith an extracf rout Tennyson's "Locksley Hall." It at cannon were turned upon pontoons would be benefitted. He was given least shows a wonderful vision of the future as he saw it at that time. It built by the allies for fifty miles west- every care and attention but grew seems quite remarkable to me that he should have written this so many STRAINED ward along the Aine. Time after gradually worse until the end. HUMAN ENDURANCE years ago, when the probabilities are that telephones, airseips, etc. were time these military bridges were deThe funeral services were conducted not dreamed of. I assume there are numbers of Tennyson's stroyed, but the French and British ileitis in jour succeeded In crossing the river and in at the Haptlst church Sunday afternoon city, and I thought it would be interesting to many to read this. Prank War-fielNever In the History of the World taking elevations where lutrenchments at two o'clock by Rev. S. K. Hunt, Louisville, Ky. were made. after which he was laid to rest in the Has There Been Such Carnage. Ivy Hill cemetery. No Definite Advantage. Mr. Hall leaves a wife, sisters, broth simultaneously, In the center Almost of relatives besides a London special: The battle of the of tho battle, the allies drove the Ger- ers, a number host of friends by whom he will be REVENUE BILL Alsnc, which has endured for eight mans from 'Rhelms. but In succeeding days, has been the moat sanguinary days were unable to dislodge the Ger- greatly missed. To these we tender Mrs. Cordie Wallace, of Corbin, will battle In the history of the world. At mans from Intrenchments cast and our sincere sympathy. arrive soon to visit her sister, Mrs. W. BEFORE least 2,000,000 men have contended north of that city. The Germans for "In the midst of life we are in death." N. Holt. The Ger- four days have held the dismantled with the utmost ferocity. Forrest Beauchamp is suffering with mans are opposing 1,100,000 to an al- forts, a ring of old positions which are Lovely Woman Answers Death's Call a crushed hand; having been injured to the about six miles In a 1,.'.00,000. lied force of Precious in the sight of the Lord is while coupling cars Saturday. This estimate of the forces engaged north and east of Rhelms. Here there Majority Leader Undeiwaod Puts may he retained, because it can be as has been most de.s'.ie.rate fighting with-3u- t the death of his saints." Mr. and Mrs. Medford Howard had definite advantage to either side. God in His infinite wisdom called for their guests last week Mr. and sumed that Germans and allies have It Uf to the Members. The Germans have essayed many from our midst Saturday afternoon the obtained reinforcements to Mil the Mrs. Kimblcy, of Beaver Dam. gaps made by bullet, shell and bay- time to take the offensive and to hew sweet spirit of Mrs. Marvin D. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis returned troops, after a series of their way through the allied center, For the last eight and f onet These years Friday from Catiwissa, Penn. general but counter attacks often delivered at she has been a great sufferer. Yet she engagements each vital to the IT TAXES NUMEROUS ARTICLES combat, are stretched from north of night have been repulsed. The ImJohn Gibson and Harold Parks left engagements at bore it like a brave soldier of the cross, Noyon to north of Montfaucon, on a portance of the Monday for Lexington. and through it all she was a great com-fo- rt s Rhnlm Ilea In this, that German line which forms an obtuse angle, runMiss Grace McCoy, of Union Star, In the French center would reto her family and friends. She ning southeast from Noyon to Berry Au Bao and Rhelms, and lieve the pressure upon Von Kluk at always greeted her friends with a smile. Beer, Wines, Gasoline, Sleeping and is visiting Mrs. Julius Sippel. crown German right and Parlor Car Tickets, Insurance, Tele Mr and Mrs. W. P. Graham have thenceforth east and northeast to the the German left, the might, prince At the close of day when her husband t, and compel wo Id come home from business tired graph and Telephone Messages for their guests Mrs. Wtnstead, of Montfaucon and the forest of the 1 general retreat of the allies to the This Is the main battle line she was his comforter. Amusements and a Variety of Docu Madlsonville, and Mrs. Arthur Stiltz, where human endurance Is. being put tortlucatlons of Paris. Mrs. Beard was devoted -- to her Levied Upon in Ordet of Maumee, III, to unimaginable strajn to determine church. Her last gift was a silver to Make Up Decrease In Revenues Mrs. Chapeze Wathen, of Owens-borwhether or not the Germans can again communion service that was presented Mr. Payne Enjoys Visit has been visiting Mrs. J. M. assume the offensive against Paris, or Washington, Sept. 21. Democratic to the church Sunday morning in memHerndon and Mrs. S. P. Parks. if they are to be broken and hurled ory of her eldest son who departed this Loador Underwood today Introduced Mrs. Walker Brown and children back over the frontiers of Belgium, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne returned life just three months ago. In tho house the emergency revenua Luxemburg and Lorraine. Up to the were in Glen Dean last week. home Tuesday night from St; Louis At four o'clock Sunday afternoon at measure agreed upon Saturday by th; .present it Is a drawn battle. The GerMiss Martha Harrison, of Dundee, mans, evading attempts to envelop after a visit lo his sister, Mrs Mary the M. . church, South, the funeral Democratic members of the ways aul was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Cri-dHaynes. While West Mr. Payne went services were conducted by Kev. M. L themtheir right and left wings, and means committee. The bill taxes beer Wednesday. selves developing a strong offensive In to see his brother, Mr. Roy Payne at Dyer, her pastor, and Rev. J. V. wines, gasllno, sleeping and parlor the center of the battle line, which Is Hillsboro Texas, they had not seen Hughes. As requested by deceased, car. tickets, insurance, telegraph ami Lewis Herndon is attending Ilethel east and north of Rhelms, have the ad- each other for twenty five years. Mr. Miss Delta Kincheloe sang "Perfect telephone messages, amusements anil College, Russellville. vantage of entrenched and fortified po- Payne also had a most enjoyable visit Day." a variety of documents. Republican; Dr. VV. B. Taylor has returued from sitions, defenses calmly and skillfully to Durant.Okla; where he was entermembers of the ways and means Hua'genvllle. Mrs. Beard leaves a devoted husengineers at prepared by the German tained by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hay- band, two boys, mother, Mrs. A. M, committee will he called In tomorrow The Housekeepers League will meet least three weeks ago. The terrible nes, Mr. audMrs. George Short. He Dejarnette, and sister, Mrs. E. 11. to vote on the bill. The house will with Mrs. slaughter of the past eight days ha3 J. T. Mattingly Thursday. said he was royally treated by the for- English, of Berea, relativesand friends. begin considering It next Thursday. been due largely to the attempts of Republicans of both house and sen Dr. aud Mrs. R. M. Hardaway left the allies to capture by frontal attacks mer residents of Cloverport who are To those who weep for her departure ate already have gone on record In Thursday for St. Charles, Mo., after a of infantry and light artillery the key. handsomely situated in Durant. she left an heritage of truth that can opposition to any war tax measure two weeks stay with relatives in this points of this strong line of defense. not fade away. The Democrats hope to rush the bill community. The Great Battle Lines. through the house and the big fight Where to Find It. "Heaven now retains our treasure, Milton Green, of Louisville, has ac against it, it Is realized, will he In thf The disposition of the forces reI WlgwMg Earth the lonely casket keeps; never knew such n cepted a position as operator at the senate. And tne sunbeams long to linger mains In general as follows: At the :is Itjmu's lie Is always looking Where our sainted friend sleeps. The committee Increased the inter depot. west of the battle line General Von why : rriiuile. IleimefUUe-Tli- en constantly In danger' from a I i H'Mii'r In1 set n'orrlei1- nal revenue tax on beer by 30 cents Klukj Miss Mildred Hawes spent the week a barrel, making tho now tax tota end in Owensboro. Dies In Louisville. $t.G0. Gasoline is to be taxod 2 cent" A number of our citizens who were And so beside the silent sea, a gallon. Stump tax provisions ol I wait the muffled oar; the bill and the tax on tobacco deal in Louisville last weak: Mesdames W. No harm from Him can come to me ers. brokers, bankers and amuse N. Holt, W. p. Graham, Adele Conniff. On ocean or on shore. meut3 are carried (u schedule A Nannie Wathen, Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Cook, Misses which will continue In effect I know not where his islands lift unti Board, Mr. and Their froaded palms in air, Dec. 31. 1915. The remainder of the Eva Payne, Elizabeth Crlder, Mary I only know we can not drift bill will bo In force until repealed. Henry, Messrs. George and Tom Lyd-daBeyond his love and care. Hankers are to be taxed $2 on each Bernard Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Whittler. $1,000 of capital, surplus and undl B. Carter. of September at vlded protlts; brokers will pay $5, On the eighteenth each, pawnbrokers $20, commercial her home in Highland Park, Louisville, Mrs. Ed Beard (nee Stella Scott), was brokers $20, customs brokers $10 PUT OUT OF $5.50 Patent Flour, per barrel COMMISSION called by her Heavenly Puttier to be Proprietors of .theaters, museums and 69c Per 24 pound sack concert halls in cities of 15,000 popu Gtarman Cruiser Successfully Attacks with Him. $5.10 Golden Grain, per barrel In the early spring Mrs. Beard was lation or over are to pay $100 each British War Vessel. to pay operated on for tumor,and for a time Circus proprietors are bowling $100 a 64c Per 24 pound sack year, proprietors of alloy seemed to improve. About six weeks London special: The British cruiand billiard rooms $5 for each alley oi 99c Bolted Corn Meal, per bushel ago the tumor returned. When told by table. ser Pegasus lu an engagement with Koenlgsberg, wns her family physician that the end was 50c Per sack Tobacco dealers and manufacturer! the Gorman cruiser of near she planned the future for her de- are to ho taxed the same as lu 1S9S, put out of commission. Twenty-llv$28.50 Shipstuff in 400 lb. lots or more, per ton voted husband and two little boys. except that In the largest class, "to- the crow of, the British cruiser woro $1.43 Shipstuff in single Hundreds, per cwt. Having spent her girlhood days here bacco dealers not specifically pro killed and four score wounded. The engagement was fought In the harbor ..SO each. she requested to be brought here and vlded for," the tax is to bo $ Cheap Fertilizer until Sold, First Come, First Served. of Zanzibar buried. Her sufferings were great du- In 1S98 there was a $12 tax on The Pesauis res outranged by tho dealers having annual sales ol Koenlgsberg1 s suns and wns complete$20.00 Phosphoric Acid, per ton ..... ring her last illness, but she bore it all 50,000 pounds or more. , with Christian fortitude. Her depar4-ly disabled, aifordiug to tho admiralSulphate of Potash, 5 per cent) J', $ 4.25 Bonds of ture leaves sorrow in the hearts of ncss aro and certificates for Indebted ty's statement. The Koenlgsberg was Heads-O-Whe- at 3 cents taxed each $100 apparently uninjured. $23.50 per ton.... The Pegasus many, especially the devoted husband, Involved, and freight and express re been Wo prepay freight on all shipments oxcccdinc 400 lbs., two little boys and sister nud brothers. colpts 1 cent each, with a mandato" since tho outbreak of fighting-lmor more in weight to all stations on tho Henderson Kouto Kev. Bagby, her pastor, conducted the provision that tho shippers must ia. operating with .Zanzibar as a base. In the destruction of and on tho M., II. & E. ruilroads. funeral services Monday ufternoon at this tax. Telephone messages are t Sho figured and also sank the German Baptist church. The Interment was be taxed 1 cent on all tolls of 1" gunboat Mowe. Bran in bulk 50o per hundred at tho mill door only Corn the cents or more and telegrams 1 cent in Ivy Hill cemetery. The admiralty roports that tho Gerof Building Material Call on us for all kinds a message. man cruiser Emden captured flvo BritTho bill carries taxes of 50 cents ish ships, rivo of which were sunk and Miss Laura Satterfield III At ordorinp: do not forgot that tho CASH MUST on each Indemnity bond, 2 cents on tho sixth sent with tho crews of tho each certificate of profits, 20 cents on sunken vessols to Calcutta. Tho BritHer Home On The Hill. ACCOMPANY THE OllDEK. 10 damago and each certificate of ish crulsor Carmanlu went into action cents for each certificate not espe- With a Gorman armed merchant crulMiss Laura Satterfield is ill at her cially provided for. ler. The action lasted ono hour and home on the hill and Is not improved. Llfo insurance policies are to he The Hill Itoms which she has been taxed 8 cents on each $100, and tiro forty minutes, when the German Hhlp tapslzed. Tho survivors woro rescued wrltlnc for The Breckenridge News marine, casualty, fidelity and guar- by a collier Tho Carmanla's casuala groat deal of Interest and every 2 anty Insurance policies are. cent on ties wero nine killed and twenty-seveone enjoys reading them. each $1, as In 189S. wounded. Anglo-Frenc- "jribinH'i lit a fitriom endeavor to o. ak Uie French center. At the east end of the line the Grand Duke of urtrtnber and the ciown prlnc to check the French advance have nevertheless preserved the Integrity of the whole German hat-Mllto and are Intrenched west and lorth of .Montfaucon The serle.4 of battles now known ai the battle of the Alane begun at Sols-ioon the morning of Sunday, Sept. n. Von Kluk, most closoly pursued, was therefore to feel flr.U the Impact at the allies' offensive, au attack strengthened by the confidence gained by the French In the victories of the Marnc The Germans had had time to form behind their carefully prepared Intrenchments. Their first aim was to V " Elnsm iiave (1NTY From Tennyson's "Locksely Hall." SEAT For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could sec, Saw tho Vision of the World, and all the wonder that would he : Saw tho heavens fill with commerce, urjjosics of magic sails, Pilots of tho purple twilight, dropping down with costly biles : Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there ruined, a ghastly dew LARGEFUNERAL Held in Memory of Mrs. Eliza H. Allen-D- ies at Her Home Near Cloverport Sunday. Mrs. Eliza Houston Allen died at her home near Cloverport Sunday,. Her death was expected on account of a year's illness and advanced age. Her condition changed for the worse three weeks ago. Mrs. Allen would have celeorated her eighty-sixtbirthday next month. She was born and Deaths of Mrs. Marvin Beard. Mrs. Ed Beard and Mr. God- frey Ball Bring Sadness to Hardinsburg. TWO From tho nation's airy navies grappling in the central blue. FUNERALS ON SUNDAY. Far along tho world-wid- e whisper of the south-wi- nd rushing warm, NEW reared at the Oglesby "homestead, where her brother, Mr. Edward Oglesby and Mrs. Oglesby, and sister. Miss Kate Oglesby, make their home. In early womanhood she was married to Mr. William Allen. The death of Mrs. Allen is the passing away of a deeply loved member of one of the first and oldest families of this community. Her funeral Monday afternoon was largely attended at her home. Many drove in buggies and were present at the burial in the Cloverport cemetery. The services were conducted by the Kev. E. O. Cottrell of the Baptist church of which Mrs. Alien was a member for years. Mrs. Allen leaves the following children: David and William Allen, Heman and Joe Allen, Mrs. John Blythe and Miss Annie Allen, HOUSE E Meets in Louisville This Week-- Will Be Called to Order Wed- semi-circl- e nesday Morning-Bish- op Kil-go- re one-hal- to Preside. Tne annual meeting of the Louisville Conference will be called to order at the Union Methodist Temple In Louisville this morning for the seventh time it has met in that city. Last evening a meeting of the Historical Society was held and tonight Dr. Stonewall Anderson, of Nashville, will address the conference at the Broadway Methodist Church on Educational Work. Bishop Kilgore will address the conference on "Church Extension" tomorrow night. A mass meeting wilt be held Sunday afternoon by the Sunday School and''Epworth League workers. Bishop Kilgore will preside at the Methodist conference. sue-:es- Cra-onn- c. ments-WHI-B- o, er Teachers' Program For Second District at Hites Run October 3, 1914. We should be pleased if each teacher in the second district would get to the association by ten o'clock a. m. We desire to begin the work on time. Entertainment will be furnished you, so kindly endeavor to be witn us in the foreuoon. 10 a in., Song Kentucky Schools., Choir. Devotional. fej-iii- . m,. Enrollment. Welcome Address Scott Smart. Respome J. A. Marshall. Daily Program Stewart Babbage. Some Practical Suggestions on Agriculture Prot. J, Raleigh Meailor. Domestic Science Miss Lenora NOON. Song, Old Kentucky Home Choir. What Kind of Education Prepares for Life in the Country? Prof. T. S. Williams. Advantages aud Disadvantages of New Text Books Horace McCoy and Samuel Henninger. i McQuady M illing Co. Sells lor CASH ONLY Mrs.-Joh- n n, o 1 Impromptues Teachers, Trustees and Patrons. Address to Trustees Supt. J. W. Trent. Life and Its Possibilities Prof. Dris-kel- l. of Arithmetic Most Thoroughly, and What Subjects May be Omitted or Studied Leust? Pro. Rutus McCoy. History of Night Schools in KentuckyProf. R T. McCoy. Song, Educational Hymn of Kentucky Choir. We extend an invitation to any teachers in the county, aud should be glad to have as many attend as can. Should be Taught What Applications taaJlaSStf hen Jennie M, Smart, Secretary. McQuady Milling Co., Ice Cream Supper at Holt. Ice cream and box supper at Holt's Chapel, Holt, Saturday night, Sept. 20. Proceeds to repair church. Every one cordially Invited, C r r THE COUNTRY FAIR e I PARADE I I I Saturday I Prizes given to Best Looking People Best Decorated Automobile and icnonzDi c) czzioltz Hawesville FRIDAY and SATURDAY We repeat our statement of last year "The Latch String Hangs On The Outside." The only password needed to enter the portals of our city is to remain, until we become acquainted. We hope each year to increase the C. No Entrance Brass Band i i i i 1 1 COLT Shows H. Fee for Anything Entries received until Friday at 9 a. m. Drury, John Carriage REDUCED list of our friends until IRVING TON Tri-Coun- is voted the place for a ty RATES on $325 Given in Fair Hancock, Meade and Brecken-ridg- e. However, we wish first to do small things well, so everybody corre and make our COUNTRY unequalled. Hardesty and Bud Durbin will hold their Annual COLT Show here SATURDAY. CrD FAIR L H. & St. L R. R. Prizes ctoizd UP CORN, CLOVER & STOCK CLUB J. B. GIBSON, President B. W. CARTER, Secretary IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY Donald, Mrs. Pauline Fraizer, Mrs, L, B Perkins. Miss Virginia Harris, Mrs. John Weisenberger, Jerry Noble, Mrs. Frank English, and daughter, Miss Lyda May English. Mrs. H. V. j Duncan, Herbert D. Ross, Miss Kath- rine Moorman, Miss Eva May, Mrs' Ed Brown, R. L. Oelze and Mrs Oelze, Miss Mary Owen Oalze, Jas England John Jarboe, Chas Sawyer, Zack Bur dett, Dr. Uaucumand Mrs. Baucum Jesse Bonier, Clovls Bowlds, Wood Weatherholt and daughter Miss Flo rence Weatherholt, Misses Mamie and Mabel Polk, Larkin Gibson, Leo Haffy, COMMITTEE: Come, Lunch John Nevit Jas. V. St. Clair With Us Sam Dowell John Lyddan EARLY BREAKFASTS WAKES L L Everybody Got L Up & ST. THE LIVER. Several from here attended the show at Hardinsburg Saturday. Miss Maud Bullock was the week Liv Ver-La- x puts the liver in tone to end guest of Miss Laura LeGrand perform its proper functions, giving Early Train to the State Fair new life, new vigor and strength to the Dr. J. V. Meador, of Custer, was In town on business Tuesday. Read what a prominent entire Conductors Handle Big Texas system. writes of Miss Mary Haynes visited her sister, farmer Mrs. D. D. Dowell, at Hardinsburg 11)14. April 7. Crowds. "I take pleasure in saying for publi last week. Miss Effie Coleman, who has charge cation that by the use of Liv Ver-La- x NO ONE HURT. I have been cured of a disease which is or the millinery department for I. B LEFT OR correctly described by the recognized Richardson, is expected here this Everybody along the Henderson symptoms of Blltiousness, Stomach and week. Liver Trouble, Constipation and result Watch for C. VV. Barnes fall opea Route got up early during State Fair because there was out, if not more, iu ing complications and commend its use ing announcement In this paper. every household, who caught the early to all like sufferers. J. H. Brewer, Mrs. T. A. Gray, Mrs. 1. B. Harri train, No. 140. It .stopped at every" A II. Cain, Witness. son and baby, who have been in Louis A harmless vegetable compound vllle for the past week, returned home station between Evuuiville and Louis ville, and the people appreciated the guaranteed to relieve all liver troubles; Sunday. wonderful, quick and happy in results, "extra Mop." A revival will begin at the Baptist No wonder Secretary Newman esti having no nauseating, weakening ef church October 11). Rev. Dellart will mated the profits of the fair at $15,01)0, fects like calomel. Sold in 50c and $1 be assisted by Rev. J. T. Lewis, of and the record in attendance broken, bottles. Buy from druggists or from Fordsvllle. Medicine Com for the L., II. and St. L. carried crowds Lebanon Miss Clara Eskrldge spent the week every day. No one left or hurt. Special pany, Lebanon, Tenn. Kincheloe's to Go On the is useless for us to call your attention to the many reasons why you should have your coal houses filled early. e have several different grades of coal varying in price from 9 cents to 30 cents per bushel. We can furnisn you the following named brands of coal: BEECH CREEK LUMP, EGG It COAL (which is mined in Muhlenburg county) Len Gregory, Dwlght Randall, John Voger, J. . L. Brown, of Patesville Casper Gregory, Frank Weatherholt, Ollie Lewis. or NUT Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. uiy attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint. One dose of BASKETT LUMP or NUT GAINES BLOCK (Fordsville Ky.) BAILEY BLOCK, (Hawesville, Ky.) FAMOUS NEWMAN LUMP FIRST POOL PITTSBURGH LUMP Please ask for prices on any of the above for immediate delivery. this remedy checked the trouble,' writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield Ind. For sale by all dealers. Pharmacy. FOR SALE! 2ND HAND FURNITURE 1 $1(1.00 Oak Folding Bed with Mirror for $10.00 .$20.00 Six Cap, Queen of tho West Cooking Stovo for $10.00 1 coaches were on for certain places. Returning home one woman wanted to go to Bartles, but from habit she said, "Cloverport," and got locked in the wrong coach. The passenger service was pleasing to all, the low rates, the comfortable accommodations, and the men who .splendidly conducted the trains made the trips to the State Fair enjoyable to all. Even those who got tired and dusty and ''never wanted to go to Lou isville again," are almost ready to go back. Mr. aud Mrs. Shellman, of Stephens port, had their first outing together for seventeen years as one or the other always stayed ut home to look after the postoflice. $18.00, 15 jewel Elgin Gold I gentleman's open-facWntcli for $10.00 1 M.IO.OO Complete Amateur Outfit- - everything necessary to tntiko good picturuH for only $25.00. Photographer' Everything guaranteed to lie worth the money. Address me at once. HERBERT HALL, Hardinsburg, : : : Ky. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ana Johnson. Diarrhoea Remedy. "I advised the 'boys' when they en- Invigorating to tho Pule and Sickly listed for the Spanish war to take The Old Standard general strriiRthtulne tonic. OHO VH'B TASTKLHSS clilll TONIC, drive out a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Malaria .cnrlchentueblood.aud build uptheiyt-tern- . A true tonic, l'or adults and children. 50c Remedy with them, and have receive! many thanks for the advice givAttend State Fair. en," writes J. II . Koughlaad, Eldon, Iowa. "No person whether traveling Cloverport people who were at the or ut home bliould be wlthoul this great State Falrure as follows: Mr. and Mrs. remedy." l'or sale by all dealers. Warfield Collins, Mr. and Mrs. John D, Babbagc, Mrs. John A, Koss, Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps, Mrs. Frank Fraize, Chas. Fallon, Dr. E, C. Mo Dair-rhoe- end at Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nichols, of Dyer, are the guests of Mrs. Jas. Gray. Born, to the wife of John Carman Monday, a little girl, Anna Francis. It will pay you to wait and watch for C. W. Barnes' fall opening an nouncement In this paper next week. Misses Mildred and Anna Lee Sand- bach spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Lyons. While playing at school one day last week Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell, got his arm broken. Dr. 1'arks was called to set it. Mr, and Mrs. George Haynes enter tained to dinner Sunday in honor of their aunt, Mrs. Mattie Pate, of Blair, Neb. Following were the guests: Mrs. Mattlo I'a'te, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall, Mrs, Luey Haynes, Mr. and Mrs, Lige Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney District Meetings For Teachers Of The County. following are the dates and places holding our District Teachers Association, Educational Division. No 1. Hardinsburg, Oct 10 T. S. Williams, President. No 2. Hites Run, Oct 3 Logan Hick erson, President. No 3. Stephensport, Oct 21 Roy McCoy, President. No 4. Garfield, Oct I7 Miss Nell Cashman, President. No 5. Constantine, Sept 26 Colmore Lyons, President. Noli. Glen Dean, Oct 31 Miss Coral Whltttnghlll, President. If there be a teacher In any one of th ess districts who pcrfers to attend n another district Instead of his own please write the buperintentent at for once. We havo a complete line of feed stuff consisting of Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Shipstuff, Alfalfa Horse, Mule and Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal and Straw. Special prices to dealers. Ask for prices. Cumberland 'Phone. Office at Depot. Heston, Whitworth & Co., "EST Better than Calomel and Quinine. (Cantalns no Arsenic). THE OLD RELIABLE As HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Tand Just what you need at this aaAsnn MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC. ulfl l till lay lubltllulft. 1 IDrur. 1,1, 10. i.i fl M i.iii.. vmriiifii. ir PREPARED BY 11. vt'it! , R,,5?my f0J Chills iniious tevers. ROBINSON-PETTE- T EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Malarial Fevers, Swamp Subscribe Today Chamberlain's Liniment. LOUISVILLE. If you are ever troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the muscles, yon will appreciate the good qualities of NOTICE. Lhamberlalu's Liniment. Many sufferers from rheumatism and sciatica All persons having claini3 against the have used it (with the best results. It estate of Hurrell Urinnell, deceased, Is especially valuable for lumbago and will please present the same at once to lame back. For sale by all dealers. the undesigned administrator, as pre scribed by law. The Hank of Hardins Read the Little Want Ads. burg & Trust Co., Administrator. INCOIIl-OIIATi- COMPANY KENTUOKY nl""i iwnnr.tr value paio ran 'v m HIDES9 SKINS JOHN WHITE & CO. TABU8HCB 1837 j LOUISVIUC, KY. Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER McQUADY ITEMS. 330-33- 4 W. Market Street Louisville, Ky. rnlscd food. It Insurcswholesome food, tasty Calumet is mndc rlht to sell rlht to bake rinht. Ask one of the millions of women who use It or nsk your grocer. nly Hint's one thing yon nrc looking for in these days of high living cost Cnlumet insures n wonder ful saving in your baking. Hut it does more. -- ECONOMY- - Mrs William Pate, of Blair, Nel.r., is here the guest of her .ister, Mrs Joe Ball. Miss Vera Weatherford, of Missouri, is here the guest of relatives. Miss Mrtry Ball received a rather pain ful injury by nccidently stepping into a needle. Several frcm here attended the State Fair at Louisville last week. Warren I'urccll is 111 Grayson county this week. Miss Ida Marr and Mrs. Maria Marshall, who are teaching here, spent the week end in Hardinsburg. Miss Ophelia McGnry, who spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McGary, has returned to Tell City. I BACON a SON' 213 S. Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' i NEW FALL SUITS AT $16.75 each V "ir Cheapest accident insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, scalds, cuts und emergencies. All druggists fell it, 2.'ic and fiOc. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, 1U. Pari Exposition, France, March, 1912. HILL ITEMS fit tspcrisr Dab'I ha BulcJ. ( m . t. acnaakil Htl i tUdlir-site- s Mwin. ..lM.l...U..M.lLtM CTiet U kul retails. war sulk Mil toia. " RnT CalnKtL v a Where loving words are seldom heard And it will linger in the mind And gather others of its kind Proctor Keith, Mrs. Nathaniel Tucker, Messrs. O, T. Skillman, Ira lichen, Shel- Till loving words will echo where MUSICIANS ORGANIZE Erstwhile the heart was poor" and bear by Conrad, Misses Virginia and I.enora And somewhere on the lieavenwartl tract McGavock and Mr. Ptrry Davis. Their music will come echoing hack, CLUB AT HAWESVILLE One day last week several friends of For any itchiness of the skin, for skin Mrs. Joe Simons demonstrated the re. rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's membrance of her birthday by celebrat. Mrs. L. T. Reid, of IThis City, Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. anniversary. There ing the twenty-fifth Take time to speak a lovinu word 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, These Coat Suits are designed 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. Perfects Organization Clov-erpo- rt and Hawesville Have Musical Relations Winter. May This arrived last Tb.un.day for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pate. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gray have moved back here from Owensboro. Rev. J. Duggins and Mrs. Duggins have moved to Leitchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Weatherford have returned from Sunnydale, where they for some time visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Weatherford, C. W. Barnes of Garfield, will have a fall opening soonj Watch for the time in this paper. Mrs, C. K. Haswell and son, Ernest Haswell, were the guests last Thursday of Mis Ethel Moorman. Ed Eskridge and family have moved into the Duggin's property. Mrs. Joel H. Pile, of Washington, D. C, lias been the guest of Mrs. H. H. Hardy Pate, of Kreesport, 111., PLANS MADE FOR WINTER Hawesville, Ky., Sept. 19. A .uusicai n was organized on Thursday at the home of Miss Hloreta M. Butler, by Mrs. L. T. Reed, of Clover-por- t, assisted by Miss llutler. Quite a little talent exists here, and this organization will develop greater inspiration. The club will meet every Saturday afternoon. The officers elected were : Mrs. John Davison, president; Mrs. L. D. Cosby, vice president; Mrs. E. P. Kelly, secretary; Mrs. G. D. Chambers, treasurer; Miss Margaret Kelly, librarian. Exe cutive committee: Miss Kloreta M. Buhr, Mrs. W. C. Kelly and Mrs. Geo, Bentley. Program Committee: Mrs. Geo. I., lluhr, Mrs. John Davidson, Mrs. K. P. Kelly and Miss Kuth Vance. At the conclusion of the business of Miss Kannie Smith, of organization, Cloverport, played an accompaniment fcjfoir Mrs. I,. T. Reid, who sang several harmiug selections. Mrs. E. P. Kelly, a talented musician, gave an. instrumental solo, and Messrs. Henry H. Brown and Dorsey Powers also gave instrumental selections. Mrs. Reid is president of The Clover-poMusical and Choral Club and her success at Hawesville in organizing a club there is very pleasing to her own club at home. Cloverport and I awes ville musicians may have happy relations during the coining winter by meeting together and giving musical programs, JClub after-5rioo- Moorman. Mr. and Mrs P. R. Payne and children, Mrs. Ethel Moorman and daughter. Miss Mabel Moorman, spent Sunday at West View with Mr. and Mrs. Henry were two surprises. The guests enjoyed a most delightful luncheon and Mrs. Simons received many nice presents. Mrs, James Wright, of Bender Station, was here last week to see Mrs. Bob Pat. terson, who accompanied her home. Mrs. Frank Storms and children went to Lewisport last Thursday where her husband joined them and they attended the Ringling Brothers Circus in Owensboro, Jerry Noble was in Louisville last week. Milliard Frank and family went to Hardinsburg Saturday to attend the funeral of Godfrey Ball, the brother of Mrs. Frank. Mr. Shrewsbury, of McQuady, brother of Mrs Burden, was looking for a house on the hill last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Satterfield and mother, Mrs. Lauder, were the guests of Mrs. John McKinney. at Tobinsport, last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Rosa Sipple entertained quite a number of her friends last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sommers are moving into the house vacated by Wick De Haven. Caret Old Sores, Otbsr Remedies Woo't Cars The worst cases, no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves fain and Ueals at the same time. 25c, COc, $1.00. customers on a basis of five (5) per cent of their total purchases To 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- i i 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 with in 200 miles of Louisville. October Century Features "The Call to Arms in Europe 99 Bigelow Major By John Skillman. Miss Essie Matthews, of Walnut Grove, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Matthews. , Mrs. John Marshall and her niece, of More Good Roads. Hardiusburg, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Davis. The pike out the Brandenburg road Miss Leland llutler has gone to Louis- has been completed to the fair grounds. ville to study music. While it is only a mile in length it is a Watch for C. W. Barnes' fall opining beginning and should be added to year announcement in this paper. after vear until it extends to the boun Allen Pumphrty, of West View, spent dary line between Grayson and Brecken- ridue counties. We now have the road- last week in Louisville. machinery and by judicious use Acute Indigestion. Henninger passed through the makini! Walter of the road funds, supplemented by the "was annoyed for over a year by town last Friday en route to Louisville free labor, may in a few years have good attacks of acute indigestion, followed to see Miss Karen Moorman. roads 011 the main thoroughfares of the by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. There will be preaching at the Baptist county. The Leitchfield Gazette. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried ev- , Church by thelpastor, Rev. Oldham. erything that was recommended to me Rev. C. Kinerson filled the pulpit at Feel languid, weak, rundown? Head for this complaiut but nothing did me the Ephtsus Church Saturday evening. ache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy good until about four months much Rev. J. W. Hughes, of Kingswood, is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adverwent to Webster Friday. druggist. Price $1. and procured a boitle of them tised Miss Virginia F. Payue visited in Ir- I soon realized that from our druggist. I, had gotten the right thing for they vington last week. Attend the County Fair at Irvington helped me at once. Since taking two Wnich of These Shall You Select bottles of them I can eat heattily with- - Friday and Saturday of this week. for the ' out any bad effects." Sold by all dealers. NOTICE. rt with numerous drawings by "The Kinneys" Short Stories An Essay on Charm, Notable Poetry as well as many contributions "In Lighter Vein" Department "THE DANCE" A High Priced Magazine. High Art Advertisement 35c a copy How To Feed Your Boy After $3.00 School. a Year All persons having claims against the estate of William Hendrick, Sr., will please present the same to Among those who .attended the circus at Owensboro Saturday were: Mr. and us properly proven as prescribed by Mrs. Harry Hamman, Robert Haniman, law. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Miss Leli Belle Hawkins, Mr. ami Mrs. Co., Administrators, Hardinsburg, Ky, Many Attend Circus. October Wedding GIFT? One dozen Silver tea upoons. 1 1 dozen Silver table spoons. dozen Silver Salad Forks. The October Woman's Home Com panion has a department called, "The Exchange" a department full of help ful ideas contributed by readers for the benefit of others. A .Massachusetts woman makes the following suggestion: '' A triend of mine, who has three hungry boys of different ages who come home from school clamoring for some thing to cat, has devised this.sceme to keep them. out of the pantry. She has three boxes plainly lettered with their names, and after Lawrence-Wall- s Wedding. luncheon she fills each with whatever The marrlaire of Miss Etta Walls. is best 'for that particular boy. and Mr. John Lawrence, of Lewisport, FI!uRlf,INK U the trade-mar- k name clven to an Improved Quinine. It IssTasteless Byiup, pleasant to take ami does not dltturb the stomach. Children take It and never lyiow It U Quinine. especially adapted to adults odist church at Hardinsburg. Plans Alio ordinary Qululue. Does not who cannct take naueate nor for the wedding had been laid for some cause nervousness nor rlniiinir In the head. Try you need Qumlue for any although It had not been ar. It the next time 2'ounce original package. purtime, pose. Ask for The nounced. and came as a surprise to the name PUURIUNU is blown iu bottle. 25 cents. friends of the bride and Broom The this paper will bo pleased to leant thai there Is at least one dreaded disease Unit science Iiub been nblo to cum In all its Mtuee. and that It Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuto is the only positive euro now known to the medical fiaternlty. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires u constitutional treatment. IJall's Catarrh Curt1 Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and giving tin- - pajlent strength by building up tho constitution and assisting natnie In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHUNKY A CO.. Toledo. O. Bold by all Druggists. "Sc. Tsks Hairs Family Pills for'conatlpatlon. Tlio renders of $100 Reward, S100 We Pay Postage Both Ways Any i here in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the poitnico both ways on ull packages Ule. or ovor, work ss Prompt Ituarunteed deliveries In suultary puckau.es. you upon reference. Will credit Write for liiloniiutlnii. Hatter. still, scud trial bundle. first-Gla- KEEP ON SMILING By Reading 1 dozen Ice Tea spoons. was Quietly solemnized Thursday after noon at three o'clock !u the brides home near Hardinsburg, in the study of Rev Mr. Hunt, pastor of the meth- - How To Olve Quinine To Children. Offices : 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. Silver Cream Pitcher with Silver Sugar Bowl Many one-piec- e gifts in silver Order Your Extra. Copies for Next Week's Issue Containing Notes of the Country Fair 5 CENTS THE COPY clDDRESSED c4&CD SHARED from this office Unequalled for beauty of patterns and for durability. T. C. LEWIS, JEWELER Hardinsburg, Kentucky bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Walls, and is a lady of unusual charm, Is attractive and of a pleasing manner. The groom is town marshall at Lewisport and Is a successful bus iness man. They left for their future home in Lewisport Friday night. Mr and Mrs.. Lawrence have a host of friends who wish them a long and The out haDPY married lifo together. of town guests who attended the wed ding were: Mr. anu Mrs. .Milton Drown, Mrs. J. S. DeJarnette, and daughter Miss Ladosia May. Mr. Loyd Hall and sister, Miss Pearl Hall. Tuesday and was buried Wednesday, He was the father of six ehlldreu und a good citizen. McDANIELS Lennle Mattingly, of Axtel, died on und was burled ut Long Lick. the Mrs, Matt Jarboe, of MeD.iule.ls, who St. Anthony's church, near Ax'el, had been sick since June, is dead, She was burned to tlm ground last Tuesday leaves a husband und one daughter to just after the closing of Forty at noon, mourn her loss. Hour. Only a few things were saved. The pastor, Father Odeadahl, came Card of Thanks. near being burned in trying to saVe some articles. How the, fire started Is We thank our neighbors and friends not known. for the klndnebs shown us , during the Wm. Jarboe, of McDanlels, who has illness and death of our father, L. C. The Children. been sick for several months, died Simmons. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAOE. Editor and Publisher JULES VEDRINES Trench Aviator Successfully Carries War Into the Air. PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SWEETEST Snow Drift, First Patent BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR 23, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for ench ndditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money hi advance. Examine the label on your paper. Jf it is not correct please a tify w. Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its" purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! It Hardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky IRVINGTON CELEBRATES THIS WEEK. The Country Fair nt Irvington will attract hundreds this week who arc enthused with the community spirit, good fellowship and progressive pursuits, both in pgricultural and other lines of business. Every one who goes will have his whole heart nnd soul in the event, nnd we know this second annual celebration will even be greater than the first. Allen R. Kincheloe, F. M. 'S Plt'ff.l SALE. THPRlDEMT MAM AS ' Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. BANKS - H At the Fair will be a most convenient time for you to renew your subscription. Mr. Babbage is Don't forget it. at Hardinsburg every Monday. KS " l'liuto by Amurlcun Press Association. Count v Court next Monday. Resolutions Adopted by the Breckenridge County Teachers' Institute. To the end that the sentiment and opinion of this Institute as a unit, may be expressed, and that not only the public generally may 'know the tasks we mean to accomplish, but that we, ourselves, by concentrating our efforts may have a greater , influence for the it is of our ideals, accomplishment necessary that we embody our ideas into a working unit. Therefore, be it, Resolved, 1. That we extend our thanks for, and express our appreciation of the untiring efforts of Mrs. W. B. Lennon who has so faithfully presided as pianist during this Institute. Also to Misses Hallie and Fannie Lee Brown, Delia Kincheloe, Hannah and Judith Beard, Mildred Moorman, Mar- tha and Isabella Gardner, Ruty Hawed and Mrs. Henry Trent. We txpress our appreciation of the excellent vocal and instrumental music they have rendered during this session. To the Rev. M. L. Dyer, Rev. S. K. Hunt and Rev. R. T. Laslie we extend our thanks for the interest they have shown and assistance they have rendered. And to all ethers who hae in any way contributed to the success and interest of this Institute we are sincerely grate, ful. 2. We heartily indorse the work of League the Louisville in its efforts to stamp out this dread disease, and pledge ourselves as teach ers to lend our assistance in the work. 3. We endorse the movement started by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart for the purpose of stamping out illiteracy in Kentucky through the Moonlight Schools or whatever other effort may most efficiently accomplish the desired Weaver in her etlorts toward organizing school leagues, and especially her untiring efforts in bringing the question of woman's suffrage before the minds of the people in a way in which they may give it due consideration. that our County 4. We recommend Superintendent appoint a committee, the duty of which shall be to number and classify the books in the Teachers' Library and to recommend new books to be purchased. 5. We appreciate the untiring efforts of Ccunty Supt. J. W.Trent, toward making the Institute a success, both in point of working out school problems and as a social gathering. (1. We indorse the. work of the Ken tucky Educational Association and the principles set forth in its "Declaration of Alms." 7. We heartily indorse the untiring effort put forth by Prof. Williams to make the Breckenridge County Institute a success, and are glad that the people of this county are realizing the value of such an able and worthy man, and home talent. We further indorse and recommend that the teachers of this countv trv. and If possible, carry to their rejpectlve schools the important and matchless work and suggestions by Mrs. Romer. nnd realizing that money has no value for such services as sho rrrders, that tho benedictions of this Institute may go with her wherever she may chance to go. All of this we freely extend. S. In ordsr that the school may he brought closer to the life of the community nnd that tho community may be made to. realize that the school ts u factor for good we recommend that the principles of elementary agriculture be fclven end. We commend Mrs. Lnas. t . introduced Into the graded and high schools, and that the school be made the social nnd educational center of its community. To this end we endorse Thousands upon thousands of women kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. It the kidneys tre not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. Vou may suffer a great deal with pain In the back, bearing-dowfeelings, It Would Make a Difference. headache and loss of ambition. Schooolinastel- Now. If jour mother Probably Insane Man First Killed His Poor health makes you nervous, irriWife. were to clve jiiiu a lare apple mid table and may be despondent; it'makes Kiiiall one and told .vm to divide with Klctiiuoiul, hid., special: Wilson any one so. your brother, which apple would you Shields, a prominent resident of But hundreds of women claim that give him? .lohiui.v I',v,ni menu my tuts countv, believed to be big brother or m.v little brother? L011 liane. Hllei his wife and then him-tlf- . Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, by restoring don There were no witnesses to the health to the kidneys, proved to be just crime. Shields had been acting pecti-Hs- the remedy needed to overcome such ly for 8vral months and had sevconditions. en.! times ilueHteiietl to kill his wife'. A good kidney medicine, possessing It Is raid thul Mis. Shields bad lnrorm real healing and curative value, should For Sale or Trade, e.i nelKlibnis that he was Jealous of be a blessing to thousands of nervous, hur, , d . women. One work mare in foal by Many send for a sample bottle to see suckling mare Jack; one Editors Elect Officers. the great Kidney, mulo; one yearling horso Fort Wayne, Ind , speclM- - Chester what Swamp-Roo- t, A. Mcfonnlrk of the North .ludsor Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for d colt; two News wns elected president, and J. them. Every reader of this paper, who o mules, good ones; one Itoss WoudrhiK of the I'err Journal has not already tried it, by enclosing wagon and harness; was rhoken secretary of the North In- ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- one mnde-lo-ord- or double diana ICdltorlal association In session hamton, N. Y., may receive sample size buggy and hnrnes; one here Kokoino was selected as tho bottle by Parcel Post. You can purmilch cow; 50.000 feet of next me.ithip place. chase the regular fifty-ceand nice White Oak timber; size bottles at all drug stores.' two .Jersey heifers, fresh Body Nearly Cut In Two. in April. Will trade any l'lymoutli, Ind., special; Clyde or all of tho above for a hrakoimtu, was. killed at Notice Lajiaz junction when n freight car young cattle, sheep, corn, I hereby notify all persons having stiit on a siding did not clear and had hay or oats. to ho pulled by a cable. The heavj claims against T. S. llarger, deceased, chain was drawn tight In an Instant to present them to me h the 2nd day of and caught McCullough around the November, 1914. Also all persons knowbody, cutting him nearly In two. ing themselves indebted to T. S. liarger, will please come forward and settle by Route No. 1 Tho Norddeutsche Allnemelne YM- the and day of November, 1914. turn-'- , iiccordliit' to reports from Ber Ky. II. E. Frymire, Administrator lin, declares that the rumored negotiations for peace are n practical Joke Only One "UROMO QUININE" published to produce the Impression in To get the genuine, call for full ntme. nuutrul states that Germany Is tired UUININB. Look (oriltf nature ol K.W.GKOVU. Curtl CoU In One Day. Stopa Want ads are sure winners vl the war. cough aud btadactie, aud woikt oil cold. 25c. have 11 11 n 11 Tit-liltu over-workethree-year-oltwo-horsnt one-doll- Paris special: Jules Vedrlncs, the noted aviator, sighted a German aeroplane over a French camp and started In pursuit. He not above the German lire the work given by Prof. Charles B. Bo machine and by a pent It tumbling to the earth. This hannan. was the second machine which Ve9. We commend the efficient work of drlncs had brought down In three our secretary, Miss Ida B. Marr, in diy s. keeping the minutes, etc , of the Institute, and highly appreciate her marking us present whether or not we were. FRENCH INFURIATED 10. We accord a hearty welcome to the many distinguished visitors, and especially those who have shown the interest to become honorary members Bombardment of Rheims Deof the Institute. 11. We recommend that the Institute clared Indefensible. be convened next year not earlier than the second Monday in September. 12. We favor a system of rural super Paris special: Khelms, one of the vision for Breckenridge county schools, most beautiful cities In France, with and recommend that as soon as prac- 10.', 000 population, an Important link ticable, steps be taken to bring about in the French defences, Is In flames following the furious bombardment of an effective system of rural supervision I3. We pledge our united support to three days hv the Germans, In which the County High School and State 400 civilians were killed and In which Normal Schools, and to the work being the famous cathedral, dating back to the Twelfth century, and a greater pordone for Kentucky through the spier tion of the city were demolished by did work of especially the Western shells. Normal, and recommend that every Many wounded German soldiers who teacher strive to bring about the time were sheltered In the cathedral were jvhen Breckenridge county schools shall killed by tho Hie from the German canall be taught by teachers having had non, as were four nuns who were acting as nurres. An official dispatch High School or Normal training. I4. To Prof. J. S. Dickey, whose in from Itordeimx declares there Is little terest and devotion to the teaching hope of savi.ip; the city from complete profession is an inspiration to every destruction. The news that Uheiins is in flames teacher, we express our appreciation has infuriated the French people. for the interest he has shown in the Without question the bombardment of cause of education in Breckenridge Ithelms, an unfortified city, will be recounty. ferred to the nations, along with the I5. We express our sincerest regrets destruction of I.ouvain, as an example that our former Superintendent, An of German baibarlty. drew Driskell, is to leave the county in which he has devoted such a large GROCER SLAIN BY BURGLAR measure of service to the cau;e of education, and commend him to those with Milton Wagner of Rushvllle Victim of whom his lot is to be cast and with Houssbreakers. whom he will labor as one whose heart Rushvllle, Ind. special: Milton is in the cause. Wagner, forty-threyears old, a gro cer, was fatally wounded by a burglar David C. Walls, Nell Cashrnan, J. Raleigh Meador, Lelah Hawkins, shortly after 1 o'clock Sunday raorniiu and died hix hours later. Two men, who have not been Identified, entered On the Safe Side. As .Mr. Wagner nulled 'If .viiii were a lilnl what soi l would the house. .vou rather lie';" downstairs a burslar with a gun com"Why. an ertyle. lie's so majestle! manded him to throw up his hands. What soil of bird woulil jun rather When Wnsner failed to heed the lifV" command, the bnrslar phot and the "I KHess IM rather le a Jayhlrd." two Intinile s lleil. The bullet entered The deuce: Why Jin liiid?" Winner's spltml column. "I've never seen J::.vhtrd shut up lu " lllnulnxlmtn a zoo THEN HE .KILLED HIMSELF e Against Eq lj No. 3609 Barton, Defend1!. J Bv virtue of a ludement and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for the sum of $000. Oo (six hundred dollarr), with Interest at the rate of G per cent, per annum from the 3Ht day of October, 1000, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 12th day of October, lql4. at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Circuit Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following de scribed property, Two tracts of land lying in Brecken ridge county, Ky., on the waters of Lost Kun Creek and bounded and de scribed as follows: First Tract: Beginning at a white oak on a public road leading to Harned, thence b. 66 h. .3U poles to a white oak near a spring on side of said road, thence N. 71 E. 30 poles to a black oak, thence S. 6054 E. 42 poles to a red oak on a branch, thence N. 11 E. OS poles to two white oaks, thence N. eu w. 40 poles to a whi(e oak, thence N, 26 E. 1U8 poles to three white oaks, thence N. 05 W. 00 poles to a small red oak, George Payne's corner: thence with his line S. 12 W. ISO poles to a post oak, thence S. 30 W. 40 poles to the beginning; containing 86 K acres. Second Tract: Known as the G. P. Carman tract, bounded as follows: Beginning at a hickory, J. Davidson's corner on Custer road, thence with said road to the south side of the dry bed of Lost Run at a stone, thence in a southerly direction down the dry bed 00 yards to a stone, thence in a S. E. direction nearly toward the old residence 100 yards to a stone, thence at right angles to the Custer road; thence With said road to the Pyle white oak corner; thence with Pyle's line to G. W. Payne's corner on Bald Knob, thence with Payne's line to the begin nlng, containing 5O acres, more or less, and is the same land conveyed to the defendant by W. M. McCormack, by deed dated October 31, I9O6, and recorded in the Breckenridge County t: MONEYS If w POCffT SOOCS PotR Bank tSA Safe Place for Money carried in the pocket slips away easily. yours in our BANK; it won't be so hard to refuse a loan to "friends" who will never pay you back. Nor will you foolishly SPEND your money when it is safe in our bank We refer those who have not banked with us to those who HAVE. Our vaults and locks are strong. The good names of, men of high GHARAGTER and known financial RESPONSIBILITY are also behind our bank. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. r Put Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO, Hardinsburg, Ky. Court Clerk's office in Deed Book . Or sufficient thereof to at pape produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must txecute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of tale until paid, and having the force and effect ot a rtplevian bond. Lein retained to payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Appioximated debt, interest and cost, LEE WALLS, Commissioner. Second Annual Made-in-Owensbo- ro ie ...And... Grown-in-Davie- Important to Women Readers of This Paper. All ss County EXPOSITION Week of October Worth Miles of Travel and 19-24. 1914 Greatest Exposition of the Kind Ever Exhibited Days of Time to See OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Free Admission Everybody Invited Gala Week in Owensboro OUH COLT AND MULE SHOW WILL BE AT Colt Show 1:30 p. m. Bewleyville, Saturday, October 10th Premiums ns heretofore unnounced. Mulo buyora nro ally invited ns this will bo ti rutberimj of mules of nil ugos. cordi- R.T.COOMES Hardinsburg, - Farmers write us what you have in Mules that You want to Sell Parties wanting to buy mules write us what you want nnd wo will try and bring seller and buyer together. Yours very truly, ' Dr. P. W. Foote & Son, Irving ton, Ky. llto Brsckenridge Newt. WEDNESDAY, 8BPT. 2.1, 1914 October 7, 8, 9 & Ky 1 0 W a. r t s . Notb Advertisers plene notify the editor when you wutit advertisement discontinued. For Rent Farm bottom fnniiof llil.icrcs COK IlKNT-ltl- ver In the heart of Holt's iKillom, on the rlriTnri'l ritllmiiri; Rood lentil. t homo und irud miter mid out liulldlnes. I'or further Informiitlon apply to Mrs. Iliinniili Mnrdln, Holt. Ky. For Sale COIt I MALK-Ucsldc- nre. atred at the Post Offllce at Cloverport, as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ELK'S Daviess County FAIR OWENSBORO, KY. The best program of any Fair in the State. BIG W9BK!Bzz55il. J Llfl Li ' branches in I4TES new York and Chicago all the principal cities ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES Residence Latest Hats For Men New Shapes Blue, PURSES 111 SPEED AND SHOW RINGS 0v-ensbo- us Oncthlrd down. For Sale .1 In Second street Tor further pnrtlrn wrl to to Mrs. Krnni:i Skillman, Holt, Ky. Stock Farm For For For For For For Precinct mid city Offices J 2.60 5.00 County Offices State and District Offices f 15.00 ,10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line All Publications lu the interest of Individuals or expression 10 of. Individual views per line ro Every department best in years. The Elks, over 300 strong, are working to make this fair unprecedented. Write for catalog and information. poll HAt.R Htock farm, ll'.lncres, orchard, good Improveu cntt and etcrlustlni; water; mile irom railroad. Address 3. K. West, 60 Green, Gray, Black lioutcl, llardlnstiurg, Ky. Wanted WANTKf) ' Stephensport. Ky. Rood Cwes ewes.. A. U Lewis. Dr. FRANK A. CANNON, Secretary Jesse Baucum $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 Let us "Top" You nice line lor boys and children Democratic Ticket L home near Stephensport after a week's .J PHONE No. 2-Cloverport, Ky. Office Opposite Oelze's Hruu Store R Dentist RESIDENT For United States Senator, Full Term J. C. W. npCKHAM of Hardstown For United States Senator, Short Term j. N. CAMDEN of Versailles For Congress stay here with relatives, Miss Eloise Nolte went to Louisville Monday to begin her piano studies under Prof Karl Sehmitt. Misses Bernice and Lelia Tucker attended the party at Tobinsport Saturday night given by Miss Ada Polk. Miss Rosa Sippel delightfully entertained Thursday night at her home on the hill. Twenty guests were present. Our new fall mllinery represents our most ambitious efforts and we are sure you will be pleased with our new hats. Mrs Cordrey. Miss Jewel Miller, of Louisville, has arrived to take charge of the trimming department belonging to Mrs Cordrey's ANNOUNCEMENT purchased the business of Smith & Black, of Addison, and will add to it a new line of I have DELICIOUS FOOD for Quick Lunches The best J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. HUN JOHNSON of Hardstown Fall Goods real pleasure to us to have your patronage and we will give you the best values in groceries and dry goods. a Canned Meats, Olives, Pickles, Salmon, Boston Baked Beans. Other canned goods of lino quality, the kind that smells so good and is so jfoo7. Your Orders Appreciated It will be WE INVITE YOU to call and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. Personal Paragraphs t Ikon) P.nnl. Ulhn I tun In Clnvtrnort. Those Who Travtl, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- - iWr. N. H. Qulgelns returned from Lou lsville Saturday. Mrs. Lucy Younger, of Loulsvlile, was here Sunday. Fresh Dolly Varden Chocolates, at Weddings Drug Store. Scott Cunningham, Chenault, was in Hardlnsbure Saturday. R, T, Coomes has a pair of three year old mules fat and slick. S. D. Laslic, of Sample, was In Hawesville Saturday on buisness. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, Ky, is the guest of Miss Virginia McGavock. 200 new hats, large and small shapes in handsome materials, Mrs. Cordrey's. Mrs. Leslie Flank, of Louisville, has been the guest of Mrs. Ira D. B'ehen. Miss Edith Pate was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Doll Roberts at Mattingly last Sunday. Jim McCoy, of Stephensport, spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gld McCoy. Miss Nellie Flood, near Stephens-port- , was the guest of Miss Mabel milinery store. Mr. John D. Babbage and daughters Miss Louise Babbage and Miss Mildred Babbage will attend the country fair this week. Rev. W. C. Frank and Mrs. Frank left Monday morning to attend the Louisville, annual conference of the ' methodist church. T. J. Adkinson and son, Charles Mrs. Collins, of Irvington, returned home Sunday after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mortor. Penick. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp returned to her home in Kansas City, Wednesday night after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe. For sale three small buildings belonging to R. N. Hudson, on corner of High and 3rd cross streets. Enquire at Breckenridgc Bank. S. L. Burch, St Louis, came in, last veek to visit his mother, Mrs. Burch Rhodelia. He has a position whith the Traction Company. Mrs. R. L. Newsom will leave tomorrow for Louisville, where she will visit Mrs. J, D. Brashear, and Miss Lelia Hensley, of Pee Wee Valley. Mr Carrie Weatherholt, who Is clerk at theF. M. S. in Fort Wayne, Ind, is spending his vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wood Weatherholt, of Tobinsport. Mr. A. B. Skillman, of The Brecken-ridg- e Bank, and Mr. Paul Lewis, of The Bank of Cloverport, are In Lexington this week attending Tne Ken-uck- y Bankers Association. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Andrew Crawford Addison, Kentucky BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency Sunday. Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, was here last week with her sister, Mrs., Fred Fralze. Preston Green, of Falls Rough, spent last week at The Seelbach, and went to the State Fair. Mrs. Ouida Newman, of Louisville, Is in charge of Miss Evelyn Hicks trimming department. Jim and Herman Waggoner and Willie Ruh, of Hites Run, were in Louisville last week. There will be a box social at Mo Quady next Saturday for the benefit of the McQuady school. Mrs. Mike Flood has returned to her Mrs. Frank White underwent an operation at St. Joseph's infirmary and ber right foot which was affected will not be amputated, Her friends are glad to learn this good news and that she will return home soon. Mrs. Cordrey has an abundant quan-it- y of fall mllinery, the yarity wonder- success. ful and every model fascinating. The colorings are in Russian green, mil- - Now is itary blue, nigger head and ink black You will be charmed with the display this week. The Rev D. L. Bowlds held an eight day meeting at Durham's Chapel Five conversions and one addition to the church repored. He was assisted by Rev Monroe Tare. Mr. Bowlds goes to Petitt's Station this week. Miss Evelyn Hicks has her new Au tumn millinery, the newest velvet hats and hat shapes, ready to wear velvet trimmings. Crystal ornaments, smartly military. Opening this week of sever al new elegant pattern hats. Prices most reasonable Popham Bros, was represented at the Kentucky State Fair by Mr. Ernest Popham, who is very much Interested Popham In the live stock exhibits. Bns, are making a specialty of fine sheep, cattle and hogs on their farm near this city and are building up a most successful live stock business. Miss lane Smith left yesterday morn inir for Louisville to enter the training class for nurses at Norton's Infirmary. She has been ambitious to study the profession ever since the death of her father. Dr. F. M. Smith, and her friends are deeply interested in her FORALE two-story J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: For Sale White Wyandottes Improve the Bkautv and Laying Qualities of your Hock with it I Whito Wyandotte Cockerel. have 12 pure blooded cockerels for stile at $1 ;")0 and high-grad- 2.60 i IH One frame dwelling with all modern improvement- on Iliuh street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality and at a burgain. Part cash, balance on easy payments. Also one cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easv term?. CHS 1 HERBERT HALL Hardinsburg, Ky. Everything in Building Material, Hardware, M H Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnish- - g M es and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and M M ffl Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky i e e 1 rr the time to subscribe miuinery in all the new shapes and colorings. Gold and Silver Trimmings in the Military effects. Many Black Velvet Sailors. rutu Lining m 1 The Delight of a Dainty Complexion Every woman takes pride in a good complexion and exerts every efforts to protect it. Sun, wind or bard water can have no ill effect n skin guarded with up-o- $1.25 Louisville and Return Sunday, TO I MB II gi DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: Jp:-. Sept 27, 14 Your Patronage Appreciated AlMu"" trvington, K. 1 Penslar Almond and Cucumber Cream It cools, soothes and heals when the skin is Inflamed and prevents any irritation when used before exposure. It is readily absorbed by the skin. Base Ball Cleveland Louisville vs Last Game of Ihe Season Train leaves Cloverport at 7:09 a. m., returnFor ing leaves Louisville at 8:30 sharp, further information ask the agent. I 1 Mrs. J.T. Jones GLEN DEAN, KY. J. X. HOBEN Funeral Director and Embalmer Court streets. will handle work in this line anywhere in Breckenridgc county and at reasonable rates. Caskets, Robes and Burial Suits of all kinds, will be found at my establishment at Second and I Hardinsburg, Ky. Wedding's Drug Store, "The Penslas Store" Germans Abandon Position. The Jhimiipbu Toklo spoclnl: force on Sept. 18 attacked and defeated the Oermun forces which had fortified themselves thirty miles north of Ktaochow, the Germans abandoning their position and fleeing In a, f CLOVERPORT, KY. disorder. News Want Ads. are Little Winners i '.TZ 1 COUNTRY FAIR AT IRVINGTON THIS WEEK FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 and 26 The business men of Irvinaton cordially invite you to make your headquarters with them during the Country Fair. They want to interest you in their New Fall Goods and also to extend you their best hospitality. Business and social pleasures make an ideal combination and this is what the Country Fair brings about with the community spirit back of it. BE SURE TO COME TO SEE US. I'K I DICK HARDAWAY -S- C. C. SMITH W. H. HOLT Men's Furnishing Goods, Walk-Ove- r ells GROCERIES at reasonable prices He is ALWAYS OX his .TOH Thiirman Dowell will assist you in entertaining visitors during the Country filling promptly your orders for your Staple and Fancy Fair by Shoes, Groceries. Fresh Meats Hats, Caps. and extends a cordial invitation for you to New Lines for the Country Fair Staple and Fancy Staple & Fancy Groceries Come to the Country Fair Groceries ..See The.. Special Goods for the Country Fair Keep Beautiful and well by using pure drugs, high-clatoilet articles and the best tooth brushes. ss Jordan & Compton Hardware and Farm Imple-men- ts A. D. Ashcraft Prize Cake at the Country Fair. It is our make and all our baking is just as fine as that. We want your orders for BREAD AND Headquarters for Flour, Feed, Oats and Country Produce Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Call to see us during the Country Fair The best lines of both will be displayed at the Country Fair We are Parks Pharmacy Mrs. Matt Payne New Autumn Millinery enthusiastic about our Goods and are sure you will be. CKES Let us have your orders during the Country Fair Toung Women and Young Men H. J. KREBBS Already for Early Fall Wear, When You come to the Country Fair come to our store for your Headquarters. We will entertain you with Ice Cold water and very low prices on Have A Good Time! And, if you want to keep having it through life, Start A Bank Account while you are at the Country Fair. We Want Your Patronage. See the Xcw IStyle. und make your selection during The Country Fair. Furniture, Farm and 20 Imple- $xst Mtxtt lank IR VINGTON PHARMACY J. K. Bramlette ARCHITECT CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER All the New Buildings in ments and Wagons per cent discount on gies for the two days. Bug- Even if you are not, ill, you will find tuany things to please you at our store. Irvinton are Mr. Urainletto's work. LET HIM KNOW WHAT YOU WANT DURING THE COUNTRY FAIR Irvington Hardware & Implement Co. HAYNES TRENT We have moved into our new quarters and we cordially invite everyone to come and see us during the Country Fair. Our Staple and Fancy Groceries have no equal. We have a Complete Line of Dry Goods and Shoes. Keep Well and Happy by visiting us during the Country Fair Sam Johnson Do not let anyone go away without A I IRVINGTON Mill and Elevator There is untold delight in patronizing home industry, and you may experience it in buying Walter Adkisson Blacksmith and Woodwork We will not be too busy dur. Ing the Country Fair to give Horsi Shoiiig A TREAT "None Such" "Daily will have Refreshing Soft Drinks for the COUNTRY FAIR. Also New Fancy Grocereries. Make my store Your Headquarters. Brd" Give us your horses best attention Specialty COME TO SEE US As to quality they are far ahead. an order during the Couutry Fair. HIGHWA ,T OF BY TRAGEDY A DESCRIBED Procession of Sixty Miles Which All Types Are Represented. In NOVELIST X Women of Rank and Riches Show Splendid Courage In Face of Hardships. footsore nnd lame, so they limped along with lines of pain about their lips and eyes. Many of the taxlcabs, bought at great prices, nnd many of the motorcars, had broken down as 1 passed, and had been abandoned by their owners, who hud decided to walk. Farmers' cart- had bolted Into ditches nnd lost their wheels. Wheelbarrows, too heavy to be trundled, had been tilted up with all their household goods spilt Into the roadway and tho children had been carried farther, until at last dark-nes- s came and their only shelter was a - Is n graphic description of exodus from I'arl.s In of n siege by the Germans as given In dispatches sent by Philip Glbbs, the novelist, to the New York Times and the London Dally Chronicle: Along the road from Tours to Tarts there were sixty unbroken miles of people. On my honor, 1 do not exaggerate, but write the absolute truth. They were alt people who had despaired of breaking through the dense masses of their fellow citizens camped around the railway stations and had decided to take to the roads ns the only way of escape. The vehicles were taxlcabs, for which the rich paid fabulous prices; motorcars which had escaped military requisition, farmers' carts, laden with several families and plies of household goods; shop carts, drawn by horses already tired to the polut of death of the weight of the people who rtrntvrlnjl tinlilnil? nnn V tram nllit pflv. HEUE haystack In a Held under the harvest erness carts. Many persons, well dressed and belonging obviously to well to do bourgeoisie, were wheeling barrows like costers, but Instead of trundling cabbages were pushing forward sleeping babies nnd little children, who seemed on the first stage to And new amusement and excitement la thq Journey from home. But for the most purl They trudged along bravely, carrying their babies and holding the hands of their little ones. moon. I looked back upon the beauty of Paris all golden In the light of tho setting sun, with Its glinting spires and white gleaming palaces and rays of light flashing In front of the golden trophies of its monuments. Tarls was No shell had come still unbroken. shattering Into this city of splendor, and I thanked heaven that for a llttlo while the peril had passed. Qood Stories of the War. Heroic Women of Culture. They were of all classes, rank and fortune being annihilated by the com- .on tragedy. Elegant women whose eauty la known In Paris salons. ''"Nvhosc frivolity perhaps In the past was the main purpose of their lives, were now on a level with the peasant mothers of the French suburbs, and their courage did not fall them so .) The following letter from a soldier at tho front who has taken part in the flrst fighting nppoars In the Temps of tun a, Paris: "We found on the field of battle the medicine chest of n vet Ho was provided with scent nnd cau do cologne, lie had even brought with him n rose ointment for the nalls and a superb gilt shoulder" heft which was to False his prestige when he passed under the Arc de Trlornpbo. The battery to which he belonged Is annihilated now." Not to be outdone by "Tommy who has adopted a war song In "It's a Long Way to Tlpperary." the British sailors now have ns their favorite "All the Nice Girls Love a Sailor." The chorus of the war song of the British tars follows: All the nice girls love a sailor. All the nice girls love a tar. For therfl's (something about a sailor Well, you know what sailors are. Bright am breezy. Free uwl easy. He's the tallies' pride and Joy, Jack ahoy! Naughty boyl J Into many proud, brave faces of these delicate women, wnlklng In high heeled shoes, all too frail for They belongnard, dusty roadways. ed to the same race and breed as those ladles who defied death with One disdain upon the scaffold of the guillotine In the great revolution. They were leaving Paris now, not because of any fears for themselves 1 believe they were fearless but because they had decided to save the little sons and daughters of soldier fath- quickly. I looked er. Every Type Represented. is great army In retreat was made p of every type familiar in Paris. Here were women of the gay world. poor creatures whose painted faces had been washed with tears and whose tight skirts and white stockings were never made for a long march down the highways of France. Here also were thousands of those poor old ladles who live on a few francs a week In the top attics of the Paris streets which Balzac knew; they bad fled from their poor sanctuaries, and some of them were still carrying cats and canaries, as dear to them aa their own lives. There was one young woman who walked with a pet monkey on ber shoulder while she carried a bird In a golden cage. Old men who remembered 1870 gave their arms to old ladies to whom they had made love when the Prussians were at the gates of Paris then. Young boy students, with ties as black as their hats and rat tall hair, marched In small companies of comrades, singing brave songs, as though they bad no fear In their hearts, and with very little food, 1 think, In their stomachs. Inure Self Sacrifice. Shopgirls and concierges, city clerks, young boys and girls, who supported grandfathers and grandmothers and carried newborn babies and gave pickaback rides to little brothers and sisters, came along the way of retreat. When I met many of them they were almost beyond the power of words. Their tongues clave to their mouths with thirst Some of them bad that wild look In their eyes which is the flrst sign of the delirium of thirst and fatigue. Nothing to eat or drink could be found on the way from Paris. The little roadside cafes had been cleared out by the preceding hordes. Unless tboso people carried their own food and drluk, they could have none except of the charity of their comrades In misfortune, and that charity has exceeded all other acts of heroism in this war. Women gave their last biscuit, their last little drop of wine, to poor mothers whose children were famish-Jnwith thirst nnd hunger; peasant h v YfUIDUJJ I til UIUIT wuiuuua imiuua null 1; their own were satisfied. ffih g the officers nnd men of one of the British batteries had been killed or wounded with the exception of one subaltern and two gunners. These continued to serve oue gun and kept up a sound, raking tire and came out uu-- t hurt from the battlefield. On another occasion a portion of a supply column was cut off by a detachment of German cavalry. The officer In charge was summoned to surrender, lie refused and, starting the motor off at full speed, dashed safely through, only losing two wagons. The Paris correspondent of the London Chronicle telegraphs: "In the fighting at Compclgne, when the British captured several German guns, the Dragoou guards did wonderful work. There was one tremendous cavalry charge, in which these draby their goons were accompanied farrier, armed only with his hammer, which he wielded with deadly effect according to the men." Bomb His Calling Card. A correspondent of Le Petit Journal relates a characteristic interview with Jules Vedrlnes, the well known air man. who already has done distinguished service, but finds the service monoton ous because be is not allowed more activity. His work Is confined to for the troops and artll lery. He says: "If only tbey would let me go nnd leave my visiting card with Emperor William I" Stack to Battery. During the action at Le Catenu all respondent of the London Dally Chronicle. He adds: 'S SALE. "Careless of quick flrers, which experience should have taught thum were masked behind the enemy's advance Ilytirtucof execution No. 6S, diposts, they charged with the bayonet rected to me, which issued from the and suffered needlessly heavy losses Clerk's office of Breckinridge Circuit during the lighting at C'rell nnd Court, In favor of Flora Auberry against One can only admire the gallantry of men who dare to charge on Cr.ifton Auberry I, or oue of my depfoot against the enemy's mounted men uties, will, on .Monday the 3SU1 day of and who actually put n squadron of September, 1914, between the hours of 9 them to Might, but one must say ngaln. o'clock n. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., at the 'Cost miigulllqtic, nia Is ce u'est pas la Court House door in Ilurdiiuburtf, Ky guerre.' expose to Public Sale to the highest "There have been many Instances of the following described projierty, or heroism In these last days of fighting. so much thereof as may be necessary to It Is, for Instance, Immensely charac- satisfy plaintilT'a debt, interest and teristic of the French spirit that an In5575. fantry battalion, having put to (light costs, "A certain tract or parcel of land lya detachment of German outposts in the forest of Complegnc, calmly snt ing and being in the County of Breckindown to hare a picnic In the woods un- ridge and State of Kentucky, on the til, ns they sat over their hot soup, waters of Harris Fork Creek of Rough laughing at their exploit, they were at- Creek and bounded as follows: Begin tacked by a new force nnd cut to ningat two black oaks, J. Matthews' pieces." comer; thence K. 176 poles' to a sugar Retreat of Diplomats. tree and beech on a branch, j. Matthews "It was a unique sight." says the N. Ii corner; thence down said branch Paris correspondent of the London with its meanders 91 poles to a hickory, Dally Chronicle, "when the members dogwood and white oak on said branch; of the foreign embassies nnd legation? quit Paris for Bordeaux. They left In thence W. 220 poles to a black oak and the dead of night, and their only II hickory; thence S. 86 poles to the beginning, containing loi'j acres, more or lumlnntlon wns moonlight. "There was Sir Francis Bertie, in a less. It being the same laud conveyed black suit and bowler hat, talking to to Crafton Auberry by Patsey A. Simthe Italian ambassador, who, with SI mons and ethers, and recorded in Deed gnor Tlttonl, was n distinguishable fig- Hook 59, page 486, levied upon as the ure In gray Mini with n soft felt hat property of Crafton Auberry." Myron T. Herrlck.. th.e American amTerms: Sale will be made on a credit bassador, had come down with lit mx months, bond with approved sewife to say good by to UH confreres, of nnd M. Isvulsky. the czar's envoy, was curity required, bearing interest at the rate of chatting wth the Spanish ambassador, of sale, six per cent, per annum from dav and having the force and effect .Mr. Herrlck. Is remaining in who, like ot a judgment. T, Beard, S. B, y, Paris to perform tho duties of courtesy that full u lion neutrals at such an exciting time. I'S SALE. "The windows of each carriage of the spi"lal trnto were labeled with Hie names of llie'counfrles wliose resentatlves It wns carrying off. There Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky was even nn Inscription for the more Richard N. Brown, Plaintiff! UqUlliN3S05 Against or les Imaginary republic of San bntno one appeared, 9 answer Huston Alexander E.r.,Dft. J By virtue of a Judgment and Order to This liiitioriflc iialiie. There were the Persian minister nnd M. Bomonos. of bale ot Hreckeandge Circuit Court, n black bearded Greek, nnd the Bus-sla- rendered at May term thereof, 1914, in military attache In uniform, nnd the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described les braves Beiges, nnd nil sorts of all costs herein, I shallreal estate, and proceed to offer servants. Including n Chinese nurse, for sale at the Court House door in yellow baby that Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at who was feeding Public Auction, on Monday, the :23th had coal black eyes. 'At last a horn was blown and the Uay of September, 1914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being County train rolled away. "Say what you like. It Is no pleasant Court day), upon a credit of six and thing to see the world's delegates pack twelve months, the following described property, up their traps and leave the splendid "A tract of land lying and being in city of Pails to Its fate." Breckenridgecounty, Ky., on the North Fork of Rough Creek and bounded as Women Nurses In Breeches. follows: Beginning at a black oak and "Among party of nurses who left gum, thence S. 15 E a40 poles to a Folkestone for the front." says the whits oak and dogwood, thence N. 75 pally Mall correspondent, E. Ia5 Npoles to a(iOgum and maple, London 15 ooles to a cum "were n number of women wearing thence N. 75 E. W ;i4a poles thence a black riding breeelies and spurs nnd long oak and dogwood, thence N. to '4 W. 00 03 coats nnd helmets similar to those poles to a white oak, thence N. "5 W. ."18 poles to a worn In the tropics. hickory and gum, thence "Their duties will he to ride over the N IS W 8 poles to two gums, thence battlefield nnd look for the wounded 2 W. S poles to the beginning, conand render first aid. after which the taining 154 acres and being the same tract of land Allen, other nurses will convey tho stricken commissioner, conveyed by Jo Breck under decree of soldiers to the base hospital in motor- enridge Circuit Court, Deed dated 22d cars. It Is pointed out that many day of August, 1857, and recorded in wounded have died owing to not hav- the Breckenridge County Court Clerk's ing received Immediate attention on office iu Deed Book T, page 45, to one David Davison aud by him conveyed to the field." Elane D. Pile." A Novel Situation. The purchaser, with approved surety A newspaper correspondent made a or securities, must execute bond, bear' motor trip to Brussels and tells of be ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, aud having the force and efImr ambushed by fSermnns. ne says: replevian bond. Lein re"We first sighted Ucrmans when ap- fect oftoa secure ravment of purchase proaching n railway grade crossing out- tained money. Bidders will be prepared to ! side of Acrsehot. There were a comply promptly with, these terms. of them waiting for us behind LEE WALLS, Commissioner 11 Com-plegnbid-der, t, Men To sell the most remarbahle bargain in the magazine world this year. and Women Regular Price Everybody's $1.50 Delineator $1.50 Total, ) Both to $2.00 the same Wanted $3.00 address A monthly salary and liberal commission on each order. Salaries ran up to $250.00 per month, depending on the num ber of orders. This work can be done in your spare time and need not contlict with your present duties. No investment or previous experience neeesury. free. We furnish full equipment Write for particulars to THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING CO. 326 Hudson Street New York ,, Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY, Opposite Union Station i ate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Ma-rki- Solicits patrotiase.of Clovcrport Business Men and Shoppers 11 THE STYLE NUMBER OF THE Woman's Home Companion 11 For October Waist and Skirt Outlines Change Places Yesterday it was the loose, baggy Kimono Waist atop of the Yard-roun- d skirt. Today it is the full, rlering skirt beheath the close-fittin- g basque I'-- NEW HATS Some flat and wide, others narrow and high Many waists have high necks. For further particulars about' the Autum Fashions get the bun-dm- 11 hedge, with rifles leveled. When a linn dred yards away nn officer In the trail Ing gray clonk stepped Into the middle of the road and held up his hand and called out: Wanted. Bidders for digging a cistern at dwelling house on county high school lot. Dimensions, I5 feet deep and 8 feet in diameter. Contract to be let September 23. 1914. J.W.Trent, Supt. F ;.' jit tliin nf tt - nignway oi J.rucuy. was n tragic road. ,At every rallo with tiionli who hud faint- 4 on tho roadside nnd poor old meu tasd women who could go no further, but sat on the banks below the hedges, f; weeping silently or bidding younger M go forward and leave them to their fate. Young women who had i'-- atopped out so Jauntily at first were a a ' i gm J t ' 'Tin ltns.il.in Cossacks have painted all theli- - white nnd gray horses green, making them harmonize with the foil age. so Hint their movements cannot be Been by scouting aeroplanes," says a London correspondent This plan "Why, it's Kitchener!" gasped the was first adopted by the British In the wounded soldiers in St Thomas' hos- struggle with the ttoers. pital, Loudon, as the secretary of state A British agent who Is buying 1U.O0O for war stepped in for a visit of In- horses and mules In Missouri is respection, says a correspondent Here's jecting gray ones. He says they enn bis chat with a trooper of tho Koynl be seen fnithcr than animals of any Irish dragoous: other color "How are you getting on7" asked Treed Their Prisoners. Lord Kitchener. "All right, sir." answered Trooper When the Belgians cut the dikes, Craig. flooding the country around Termonde, "What's your regiment?" tin-- water cuino In so suddenly In many "Tho Irish dragoons." plsces that (lernian troops were tnken "How did you get that hand?" by surprise mid were obliged to climb "Sly horse throw me nnd stamped on trees to escape drowning. Here many It got killed it Ir, Just boforo Belgium." by a of them wore Inter found by Belgian shell lit a charge In troops nnd tnken prisoners. .Most of "Ah, but you got Into them, didn't them were glad to surrender. you?" Lord Kltchene.r continued, with First Aid by Police Dogs. a knowing air. J "Oh, yes, sir. wo did." answered the Police dogs ale being used In this trooper with a laugh. In which Lord war In Bed Cross work for the first Kitchener Joined. They time, sayij Paris "There are kouio more waiting for ar reported to be giving excellent re you, you know," was Lord Kitchener's suits. They have been trained to ills partlm; remark. cover the wounded mull anil to bring Ills cap or another piece of his wearing Their Picnic Spoiled. lppurel back tu the headquarters of the The French troops are brave and lied Cross, nnd then to lead a nurse tearless, but too Impetuous, says u cor' to the place. 11 . Kaiser William's bust saved the life of a French soldier In Lorraine. The bust, which bad been found in a village school, was placed in the soldier's haversack. A German bullet later struck the bust "More Waiting For You." "I Jammed on the brakes. "'Are you Fngllsh?' the officer demanded none too pleasantly. "No. American.' I said. "'1 know America well.' he said. 'Atlantic City and Niagara Falls and Coney Island. I have seen all your famous places.' "Imagine standing In the middle of a ilelglan road, surrounded by German soldiers who looked as though tbey would rather shoot you than not and discussing the relative merits of hotels at Atlantic City with nn officer of nn Invading army 1" "Haiti OCTOBER COMPANION Price 15 Cents KliiS goilli" Alfmi-"- of Paint Horses Green. lie was British pct-- r tin dillliiillle and dan geiw of kingship. "So you IlilnU. sir." remarked the 'Xtilll illsciisolim viili Ills ' - ''. KlisIM' I" I""! illMillire ii nvi'II kiMiwn L. Insurance'Office C TAUT pwr, "that It N rather ii thankless task buliiK n UliiKif" It U mtlior dilUrtilt work at Unit".' replied Ills majesty with n grin. "lint It Is deuced Olobe. well Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health paid" Loudon Whenever You Need a Oeneral Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it coutains the well known tonic properties of QUI NINE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. SO cents. Helping Him. foreman on a southern railway heard the following conversation between two of his dusky laborA section Insurance. Old Reliable Companies c30ir3oooczioir3l Walls & Trent ers: "Jim. you bettah come hero au' bo'p uie. l's ialkln up tVp you." "How's dut?" "Vy, ell here tiiiin say you ain't lit 'er do dnwir. nn' Ah tole htm yes you taf Kvery body's Magazine NEW PHASE OF RUSSIAN TUNIC A new phase of tho Russlun tunic is the plaited effect, and here It Is still moro original. It Is lengthened In the back and frilled at the belt line. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable . Bus Meets all Trains A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation, weakens the whole system. Donn's Regulets (25c per box) act mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. Hardinsburg, : Ky. B1iaoDo1o1o1acnDlo Wait Ads. Brill Risiits Tf uiDnu.0D.ron ucuie nnnumouuna mnu Party i m ITEMS: PERSONAL NOTES Motors To Louisville a : mamayu hi. Three Funerals mm i 'S ED. F. ALEXANDER'S FIVE GREAT PREMIUM BARGAINS ON ACCOUNT IRVINGTON, KY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. nemy meucaii-- u niniii.. Owensboro In Two Days. MINISTERS T1i AT CONFERENCE. jl ' Iff.!) of life dellcllds otl its Ji consistency, clearness of purpose, quiet, ceaseless energy. Kuskin. lid s I The premiums are open to every man, woman and child who attends the Fair. Fee 'JOOO lffTlJT1D'V 1TAID J. 1 I K JtYImY V VT U 111 . IRVINGTON, KY., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 No Entrance V is Charged and you are to be the Judge whether you take one or all five premium bargains r 32-inc- Hrncst Hnswcll, of Cincinnati, lias been tlic guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. Haswcll was Mrs. C. I?. Ilasmell. tlie judge of the art exhibits at the State ). Gingham, solid blue only, worth yards Anfoski-nf.. per j'ard 10c, for two days only, (20 yards to customer). h U gC. Hooiicr Cotton, for two days only, per yard Ho . A, CIS I'alr. .Mrs. N'annic Adkissoti sent last week In the country with Mrs. John M. Skill-ma- Anioskeaz Teaslcdown Outing, white only, (10 yards to cus- per yard tomer) for two duys only U School Shoes, tan and black, regular $2.50 shoe, for two days only Miss Sarah Kliwilreth Haynes, of West Point, is visiting her aunts, Mrs. i'rank Jolly anil Mrs. Calvin Ilcndrick at their country homes on the pike. V. J. Hall, of Webster, was in town on business last Kriday. Mrs. William Marker and baby have returned t' their home in Wes't Iladen after spending the summer with her M parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hook. The following were the guests last week of Miss Annie O'Reilly : Miss Gary, of Danville; Mr. Joe Knne, of Indianapolis, anil Miss Williema Knue, of McQuady. Rev. James I'. Norman was in Owensboro last Monday. Messrs J. C. I.ennie and Jim Mattingly made a business trip to town last I'riday. Mrs. I.ec llistiop is home from Louisville where she has been to purchase her ' fall line of millinery. She will soon be ready to show them to her customers. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Hook and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Heard motored to Louisville last Thursday to attend the State SffSSSr Every department in our store is LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS "gaS QQ $XrO loaded with tempting values. You will find that your dollar has a greater purchasing power at our store than elsewhere. Get in the habit of shopping at Alexander's. The Busy Store ED MARSHAL ALEXANDER VON DER GOLTZ The Busy Store at II Because It's For One Thing Only and Cloverport People Appre ciate This. Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pills are tor one thing only. Kaiaar Haa Appointed Him Military Governor of Belgium. THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong Fair. Last Monday Misses Maude Smith, of C.Ien Dean, Anna O'Reilly, Messrs John O'Reilly, Uud McGary, and Howard I took motored to Owensboro. Mrs. Henry Lewis entertained for dinner last Thursday Mrs. Nancy J. Frank, Mrs Humphry Marshall and Mrs. Cornelia Miller. Mrs. Iles.sJ. Miller and her daughter, stenographer for Moorman tfc Hall, have been the guests of relatives in Louisville. Rev. li. It, Htigltsh, of Iterea, arrived Saturday for a visit to ,M. D. Heard and family. Mrs. Allen lidclin, of llurgiu, came Saturday night to visit relatives. Sunday of last week Misses Louie Moorman, Lillian Heard. I'rauklit; and Howard Hook started out for a drive in an automobile and just Icjpt going until they lauded in Louisville. The following are some of our citimt .that attended the State Fair; Sheriff A. Ti Ue.ml, Attorney A. R. Kincheloe, John M. Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank lie Haven, I'. M. and C. L. Heard. O W. Kvans, Mr and Mrs. On-- . Shellman. Last Thursday cicuiug Mr Will clerk in the implement department of 11. I?. Heard & Co , and Mi Clara Hook, elnest daughter of Mr. Jubal Hook, weie married by Rev. Hunt at the home of the (iride in the'preseuce of only the immediate l'.iinllv. Mr. and Mrt. Uuv.ill Iium- ttken room-- , at the Uriel; Hotel. Rev. M. L. Pyer preached his .ast sermon at the M U. Church South, on Sunday evening. This his fourth year on this ciicuit. Rev' Pyer left on Monday morning for' llie Conference which convenes in Louisville at The Temple. .Mr. Taylor Scott has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Louis ville. J. II. Gardner will go tii Iouisville this week to buy his new fall goods. Mrs. Luui llatniltou and children, of hkrou, havubot'li the cuestsof Mrs J. 0. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. John'Hoffman, of Hen derson, armed Saturday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Heston Oris- Kin-chelDu-val- l, cIo-.es ' For weak or disordered kidneys, ere is reliable evidence of their worth. Mrs. F. M. Iioswell, Seventh street, Cannelton, Ind., says: "Some time ago I suffered terribly from back-achand couldn't bend or stoop. I was also bothered at night, being unable to rest well and during the day I was' in sucn misery that I could hardly walk. Nothing helped me, although I tried everything I heard of. Finally Doan's Kid ney Pills were recommended to me and I got a box. They helped me so much e When in Need of Anything Come to us sides of detachments of Austrian troops mutinying and surrendering at every opportunity. There is increasing evidence that the Russians are again on the advance In East Prussia and that General the Russian commander In that quarter. Is forcing back tho Germans. It is reported that a German cavalry division made up of Saxons lias been cut to pieces In Kast Prussia. Other reports assert that the Russians again have defeated the remnants of the second German lanrfwehx corp3 under General Woersch, and frustratr ed an attempt by the Germans to cross the Vistula and aid the Austrlans. It Is said that General Von the German commander !n Kast Prussin. is hastening southward to make a demonstration toward Warsaw, the plan being to divert the Rus siau armies now enveloping the Aus trlans. .Military critics assert that tho latest Russian victories, together with the Investment of Pr7.en1.v3l and th" WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky. that s I continued taking them until I f, relieved of the troubles. I have had no return of kidney complaint and I am willing to give thisj s,atementin praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. " Price fiOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. had. JFoster-MilburO., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. u I$os-we- ll Photo by American Tress Association. For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. kill. Mrs. Kddlo Rhodes sick at her homo. ha been very Mrs. M. L. Dyer and daughter. Miss Kluanor, are spending this week in Noli ii with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Millard Frank have returned to their home in Cloverport after being the cuestsof relatives here. Misses Jennie Warlleld, Macule Scott and Arthur Scott came down from Louisvilie Sunday night with the remains of Mrs, Ed Heard. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Scott and Mr. E. E. Sutton, of Louisville, came down to attend the funoral of Mrs Heard. John" O'Kollly, Jr., assistant pot- - master, and Miss Anna Medoalf, were UN TO SILESIA married this morning at St. Paul's Catholic church in Owensboro, at 1:30 o'clock at "Olemn high mass by the pastor. f.!r. and Mrs. O'Reilly with Next Step In Advance of the some friends motored back here this afternoan. They have taken rooms Czar's Forces. with Mr. and Mrs. Johu O'Keillr, Sr., of the grosm, where they are parents receiving the conuratulatlons of their Petrogrnd special: A largo Rusfriends. sian force is bombarding I'rzemysl, in Mrs. W. W. Brown, of Kirk, was ivhlch thorc arc said to bo 00,000 The Hiisslau forces have the guest of Mrs. Bertha McGary last hwept 011 from the east and north, enSaturda. Mrs. Barney Squires, of Cloverport, deavoring to capture tho armies of Von Aiiffonsberg and Dankl. Tho forhas neen the guest of her daughter, mer commander is said to bo seeking Mrs. Kob Hendrick. the protection of the dclcnscs at CraMrs. John U. Shaw was !n Louisville cow. The campaign against Cracow, which begins the campaign against last week shopping. tho There will be preaching at the Bap- Silesia, now can bo pressed, sinceJuro-slalino of fort3 from I'rzcmysl to tist church Sunday morning and evehas been broken with the capture ning. of tho latter fortress, thus giving the William Ditto came home sick from Russians the command of tho railway from Lemberg to Cracow. Bowling Green last Thursday. The news of the capture of Jaroslav Miss Eula Hensley Shaw wan the HIcnava guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ferd McGehee, and Slenava is continued. was stormed and the Austrlans fell in Irvlngton, last Friday and Saturday. back upon Jaroslav, twenty-twmiles Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dent are the northwest of 1'rzemynl. Tho ltusstans gue.sts of her piren.s, Mr. and Mrs. P. pursued so energetically that tho Austrlans hud no time to make a stand at W. peton. A small garrison was loft Mrs Wingfieid and Miss Wingfield Jnroslnv.n which attempted a defense. Tho Rusand Uobert Ball, of Louisville; Mr. and sians bombarded with such effect that Mrs. Tlnius and daughter, of Holt; tho city wna sot allro and tho garrison Mr. and Mrs. Millard Frank and surrendered. daughter, of Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs. Tho Germans and Austrlans are forTlnius, of Custer; Mr. and Mrs. Gar- tifying a lino from Cracow toward ner attended the funeral of Mr. CD. Przomysl, and everything points to tho determination of the Ball. force to mnko a stand in front of Mrs. Allen Iidalln, of Burgin; Mrs. Cracow. If successful their plan is to Lula Dutschke, of Louisville; Mrs. use Cracow as a baso for operations Barney Sijulres, Mr. and Mrs. Larkln nlmed at tho recovory of Gallcla. Tho Glbsun, Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs. Gid government rogmdh (iallcla as perMiller, McQuady, were iiere Sunday manently conquered, howevpr, and to attend Mrs. M. D. Beard's funeral. will now throw not less than 1,000,000 of Its best trnons tigninst Cracow, 'tnoro is ground lor stutlpg conservaPiles Cured In 6 to I I Days tively that nu-s'plar.s to use .".000,. Vn- - -r .1 ri u.t. I wilt I . r..n.l ... u .. I J ..... . u .... ... tlJ OlNTMllNTfaiUto cute any case of Itching, 000 soldiers In the fortVomlug oiiuu.uicruiaKor rroiruatng rues inbtoHaays. There pro reports from uli The first application slvea lluse aud Uctt. Aus-trlanv o Austro-Ger-ma1 11 cam-ljabjii- . H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone IS. Residence ihcllman Home movement upon Cracow, will favorahlv affect the chances of the allies In Franco. Now that the Russian af vance Is really dangerous, it is concluded that Germany must find of troops to defend her territory on the east and that a further offensive In Franco must be aabndoncd Hardlnsburg, ::: Kentucky Office Over MEANS. Farmers Bank Mr. Simmons Dead. h. C. Simmons, of Webster, died Thursday after an extended Illness of stomach trouble. He was bora in Franklin county, Va., and came here thirty-eigyears ago. During that time he reared a large-familand waa, a 11 ,;, as t tiuien. it. leaves seven children, R. II. Simmons, of Arizona; ffl C. L. and T. B. Simmons, ot Callfor- - i9 nla: W. B. and I. W. Simmons MarvT' E. and J. R. Simmons, of Webster. Mr. Simmons was (16 years old. ht , vvoii-tiK- eu 1 WHAT "SHOCK" SURVIVORS GIVE DETAILS Only Two on Board the Leggett Llvnd to Tell Tale. Astoria, Ore., special: Hetwer.n seventy and eighty men, women an'.' children, coastwise passengers and crew, were drowned when the steam schooner Francis II. I.esaett was pounded to pieces In ri gale sixty miles fiom tho mouth of th Columbia river. Two men were rescued by passing steamers and carried to Astoria ami Portland to tell how tho sea tore to pieces, and how the passep gors were drowned, a boat load at i. time, as the lifeboats put off or mm their fate a little later when the vessm turned over. three-maste- d How It May Affect the Physical nd Mental Systems. In medical language "shock" means the depression of the vital forces, both mental and physical. The condition may result from many causes aud may vary from a falntness and pallor that soon disappear to a state so desperate that the sufferer dies of it, as in tho case of serious accident or difficult surgical operations. Shod; may also be the result of an overpowering emotion, like great terror. That kind of shock Is often seeu in the survivors of any terrible accident. Many who havu not got so much as a scratch suffer for a long time from a state of impaired health. Sometimes their nervous systems are so badly At the State Fair. 20c. Sacred Shells. The clover priests of China often tiny Images of Ituddha within the shells of a living oyster, which are left undisturbed for ubout a year At the i'..plratlon of that time the linages are rM.i'ivtl with mother of pearl to such .111 extent that they appear to have The '.'rnwu in this natural manner Chinese people hold thete Miells In art at reverence, uellevlng that ituddha However, should dwells within them a Christian chance to I011U upon one of the xhells it has no further value to them, as Its elm 1111 Is supposed to have ' t It, -- ScieutlUf American cover. That Is one of tho many reasons why foolish practical Jokes are wrong. It Is not funny to dress up like a ghost, to Jump out 011 timid children from behind doors, to play "Jokes" witli dead inlco or snakes. And such pleasantries aro dangerous as well as stupid. Many an unfortunate child lias been made the slave of fear nil his life by reason of a shock that some playmate gave him In his youth. Tho remedies that tho physician uses are those.wlilcli will restore the blood to Its normal How months old. and stimulate llie vital functions, For shock associated with great loss of Notice. blood the best thing Is to Inject salt solution. For shock without hemorTmnftcilhln in rrlxra nnrniintr nf C m rhage, n stimulant of somo kind Is genday dinner parties. The Iireckenrldge erally given. Youth's Companion. shattered that they never entirely re- Among tne premiums awarded at the State Fair Percy M. Beard, pro prietor of the Golden Rod Egjf Farm,- Hardlnsburg, captured the following: Fourth on cock. 4th un cockerel, 4thF and 5th on pullet, 2d on pen, 2d on btet""" dlsnlnv. 4 Geo, E. Schulz won the largest num., berof prizes on White Leghorns. P, M. Heard was second. ', W. R. Moorman & Son captured a 50 silver cup on their Polled Durham bull, four months old, and heifer, nine ' fa j IRVINGTON PHARMACY That Saves .1