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XXXIX CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. 8 Pages No. 13 Big Crowds Attend The FRENZY OF Country Fair at Irvington BATTLE IS UNABATED exhibits, poultry and agricultural dis- PRESIDENT ASKS NATION TO PRAY ON OCT. 4 FOR PEACE. President WIIon hnn signed n proclamation appointing Oct. 4 n national di.v of prayer for peace In Europe. The proi'lanuttlon fnl. lows' Whereas, (Srfut nations of the norlil have taken up arms nsalnst otic another nnd war now draws million of men Into hattle whom the counsel of statesmen have not tieen utile to sive from tho tcrrlhle sacrltllce; ami Whereas, In this a In nil thlncs It Is our prlvltes anil duty to seek counsel tin.! succor of Almighty (J01I, humlillnu ourselves before I. mi, confessing our weakness anil our ln.lt of any wisdom dual to these thlnKs; ami Where is. It Is the especial wish an'l lonslnit of the people of the '"nlted States. In prayer ami counsel ami all friendliness, to serve the cause of pence. Therefore, I. Wondrow Wilson, president of the United States of America, do designate Sunday, the 1th day .of Orlnhcr next, a day of pr.iyer and supplication, and do request atl Ood fearing persons to repair on that day to their places of worship, there to unite their petitions to Almighty Ood, that overruling the counsel of men. setting straight the things they cannot govern or alter, taking pity on the nations now In tho throes of con-t- l let. In his mercy and goodness showing a way where men can see none, he vouchsafe his children to heal again and restoro. onco more that concord among men nnd nations without which there can be neither happiness nor true friendship nor nnv wholesome frutt of loll or thought In the world; praying also to this end that he forgive us our sins, our Ignorance of his holy will, our willfulness and many errors, and lead 11. In the paths of obedience to places of vision nnd to ' .mshts and counsels thai pm-j- e I'.--e STATE WORKER J. J. Gentry Delivers Excellent Baptist Talks to Cloverport ny Glorious Sunshine, Community Spirit and all That's Splendid Made a Great Fair Fine Line Stock Shows Farm Displays and Other Attractions Crying us if their hearts would break because they could not go to the Country d tots of Irvington Fair, two hung over the fence' and looked with longing eyes at the parade. Hverbody else was. going and it seemed everybody for miles around did come. The crowd was much larger than last year's. Both , . 1. 1 1 1 i' me ami oaiuruuy At... wcmiici was ideal and the show could not he equaled. The people certainly had a good time and Mr. Caramody, of the State University, said he had been to thirty fairs this year but had not seen such a spirit manifested. The whole atmosphere was charged with hospitality, "Come to see A me sometime," "Come go home with St us," "Can't you stay over Sunday," were the words heard a thousand times on the streets, at the fair and on the curly-heade1 plays and the doll booths. The displays were tuag'iiflcciit and 54 varieties of canned goods were shown. SHOW WINDOWS ATTRACT Down in town the show windows attracted a great deal of interest. They displayed the large and various line of goods carried by the merchants of IrvKvery store was busy on both ington of these days. Mrs. Payne, the popular milliner, sold twenty hats in two hours Saturday morning;. Mrs. Payne knows how to buy, make and sell hats that please. The banks and all the businessmen extended cordial greetings to every SundaySchool-Ma- Inspired Never Was Sue! For Greater Service. FINE PROMOTION Hate Shown. FURY OF DESPERATION For Fifteen Days the Nations Have Raged. EXERCISES. Kendall: Mr. Lyddan's buggy and horse took the red ribbdu and the decorations were red, white and blue, the latter being light blue, which were bright and beautiful. Driving in the blue ribbon buggy were Mrs. Lotinie Dowell and Mrs. Charlie Hawes. The country fjir idea which they carried out won the first prize for them. Their horse and buggy were gracefully decorated in asparagus and golden rod, with the American flag in evidence. stranger. QNo 0113 left Irvington without an tation to come back next year. invi- NO DECISIVE EN8JGEMFNT Premiums Awarded. Corn. Best single ear of corn and any variety, J. Edmund Carter, farmer, SI. Will Gibson, premium. Best ear of white corn, George Gilpin, farmer, 50c. Will Gibson, prem. Best ear of yellow corn, Geo. Gilpin 50c. John Lyddan, prem. Best ten ears, any variety, Dr. W. II. Taylor, $3. Geo. Lyddan, prem. Second best ten ears, any variety, Dr. W. B. Taylor. $2. J. W. Ater, prem. Best ten ears of white, J. B. Gibson, President of Club, $2. Geo. Lyddan, premium Second best ten ears of white, J. B. Gibson, $1. C. D. Hardaway, prem. Best ten ears of yellow, J. B. Gibson, $2. J. W. Ater, prem. Second best ten ears of yellow, B. W. Carter, $1. John Lyddan, prem. Best acre of corn bottom land, B. P. Alexander, merchant, $5. Ginger Ban- Battle of tlie Four Rivers tinues a "Draw." Con- THE AUTOMOBILES Dr. A. A. Baxter's machine was in With Mr. Brandt purple and white. driving were Miss Baxter and the Misses Haydin. Mr. W. J. Piggott's machine also carried out .the country fair idea and was train. abundantly decorated with golden rod. Mr. W. I!. Carter, secretary, and Mr. Although Mr. I'iggott is thoroughly EngJ. B. Gibson, president, assisted by their lish, his machine was not only ladeued committees, had every minute crowded with golden roil, but carried several and the programs of both days were American (lags; it was beautiful and won carried out without a hitch. The baby the second prize. In Mr. I'iggott's mashow took place Friday and all the chine were Miss Eliza I'iggott, Mr. W. , mothers had a right to be proud, not R. Heusley, Miss Mary Heron, Mr. y withstanding there was only one blue and Mrs. Nora Hoard. ribbon awarded. The automobile of Mr; Ed. Alexander dy, prem. carried off the blue ribbon. It repreTHE PARADE SATURDAY Best acre corn upland, E. F. Alexansented a float of American beauty roses der, $5. Henry Kendall ar.d Will GibThe parade opened Saturday's prowas artistically arranged. Every son tied on premium; So bushels each. Mr. George Lyddan, on horse- and gram. of the decorations showed thought Best acre corn grown by boy under back, carried a. large flag and was fol- detail this first prize 18 years old, R.S. Bandy, $5. Edmond lowed by the brass bind. The young anil excellent taste. In auto were Mr. Hubert Lyons, Mary Carter, prem. women on horseback were very attracGillie Dowell and Miss Second best corn grown by boy untive, decorated with rul, white and blue. Alexander, JC2 The first two carried a large banner Crowder. der the same age, Albert Ashcraft, proMr. Sam Dowell received the first prize duce and grains, $2.50. Julius Dowell, with the inscription: "Country Fair, premium. Community Uplift and Scientific Farm- for the lumusomest carriage. . Clover. ing." Those who rode were: Misses Ora Mrs. Nora Board and Mr, W. J. I'igHendrick, Angle Gibson, Mary Gibson, gott got the blue ribbon for the best 'Best'acre of clover, ten tons Oolite Julia Lyons, Essie Kendall, Lottie Ban- looking couple, while Miss Argie Gibson ground stone, Webster Stone Co., $20. dy, Ruth Norton, Ossie Payne, Myrtle and Miss Mary Gibson received the red Thos. Lyddan, prem. n Second best acre of clover, ten tons Lyddan, Mrs- - D. C. Heron, Messrs. ribbon. Dowell, Hubert Livers and George The judges of the parade and the St. Louis ground stone, Webster Stone Lyddan. beauty contest were Mr. Hendrick and Co., Irvington, $17.50. B. W. Carter, Mr. T. R. Bryant, of the State Univer- prem, DRIVING IN BUOaiES Best peck sity, and Miss Louise Babbage and Miss clover seed, Mr. Wilbur I'arks and Miss Sue Ilm-d- Mildred Babbage H. H. Norton, stock dealer, $0. Buck the buggy and horse were decorated Bewley, prem. DISPLAYS AT THE FAIR in yellow and blue. Best 2 lb. sample of green clover, The different displays were held in the C. W. Hawes, $1.50. J. B. Gibson, Mr. John Galloway and Miss llrown-fieltlie.decorations of the buggy were large tobacco house. It was well ar- premium. V ranged with the floral booth, needlein purple and yellow crepe paper. Second best sample of green clover, Mr. Don Lyddan and Miss Mayme work, farm displays, fruit and dairy C. W. Hawes, $1. John Lyddan, prem. Mules. Best mule under one year .old, Dr. P. W. Foots & Sons, farmers and stock breeders, $5. G. N. Lyddan, prem. Best mule one and under two years old, Taylor Dowell, farmer and trader, $5. G. N. tiyddan, prem. aca Best pair of. mules, John Lyddan, farmer, $10. Thos. Lyddan, prem. The Mill That Saves You Money Hogs. Geneva special: It Is stated her" that Knlperor William is III with hi flamntdtlun of this lungs, the resiilt or his falling Into a trench filled with water. ' Paris special: The Germans, with unprecedented violence, attacked all along the battle line Sunday in probably a final effort to save the army of General Von Kluck and prevent a general withdrawal from France. There can be no doubt that the kaiser, disturbed by delay, commanded such a furious widespread attack as might shatter the allied line and open the way to Paris. But Berlin Is again dis- Car-mod- n. Wil-bur- appointed. The mighty stroke, launched with immense numbers and aimed with Incredible fury, failed as it failed on past days. The Germans are once more In their trenches, after giving ground Making Jjure of Her Sleep. slightly between tho Olse and the "I knew jou were coming tonight t' They lost prisoners, lias? call on my sKter." said dear Somme. and guns and the spirit of tho allied troops Is as unbroken as their ranks. "How did you know?" Inquired Mr At the center, near Ilhelms, the Ger- Ncvergo. mans launched a determined blow at "Because sis has been asleep all th': the allies, but were thrown back noar tfternoon." Farthe fort of Nogent L'Abbesse. ther eastward, toward the Argonne. Reading Club Opens. they gained ground, but wore obligee, Along tho Meuse to surrender It. The Ladies' Reading Club of this their position improved,, but they have city has its opening meeting of this not broken through the "barrier of season atthe home of Miss Lizzie Skill-ma- n There have been no tomorrow afternoon. Aldecisive engagements lu Lorraine, sace, or the Vosges. Never Such a Battle. The latest government report contains the assurance that the allies' flanking movement Is vigorous In spite of Increased German resistance, and that the severest lighting is now with tho bayonet. Germans and allies have been struggling back and forth over the same ground and the loss of life Is frightful. Tho allies' center holds, while the right strives to clinch victory. Adequate understanding of tho battle of tho Alsne, now In Us ilftcentl' day, la Impossible. Ouo4a bankrupt of superlatives. Such endurance valor and determination never before was seen on any field of battle. Combats of greater violence than Austorlltz or Leipzig are incidents of this drastic struggle. The mast reassuring news received from tho front is that the allies have not been forced to abandon the great flanking movement designed to envelop the German right wing or compel Its rapid retreat. Sunday and Saturday, while the artillery of each side wa.i operated Incessantly, allies, between the and Germans met trenches In faco to face fighting. There have been a succession of bayonet charges. Trenches a few hundred yards apart were taken and retaken and the loss of lite was stag- Promotion day exercises were observed by the largest Sunday School In Breckenridge county Sunday at the Baptist church in this city. The pupils showed remarkable training as the result of sincere and unflagging work of the teachers. The report of the year was given showing an average attendance of 115 and a total collection imounting to more than 300. The Rev. J. J. Gentry, State worker for the Baptist Sunday Schools of Kentucky, was highly pleased with the Cloverport Sunday School and gave them many helpful points. "Ask a man 5S times to comu to Sunday School," said Mr. Gentry, "and you will get him." Sunday night his address was in the interest of men and boys and how to win them for Christ. Tell Your Boy You Are Proud of Him "Tell your boy you are proud of him," said Mr. Gentry, speaking of one night when he threw his arms around his seventeen-yea- r old boy and ',! kissed him, and his son said back to wise him, '.'I am proud of ray dad too." Mr. Gentry said there was sonuch lose ground and nothing ave a decis- love in a man's soul that neer gets ive victory at their rlnht or center can stirred up, and fathers and sons should save them from disaster. .Most Im- never get too old to still kiss goodportant of all. the government points night. He spoke against tobacco, and out that the righting spirit of the allies no one feels he that can !i more marked dally. The colon'ol grow, buy or sell the stuff after troops ami reserves are holding their hearing him; along with it he stood for own with first line forces. These aw temperance, and had the assurance the the opinions of military critics that day would come when Kentucky would mtpport puhllc optimism. be dry. Beautiful Prayer Offered Gentry prayed at th opening of the !ervice a beautiful prayer for help and forgiveness. "Help us to put away our worries and cares, help us to put away o.ir feelings aud forgive us for dragging them around so others might step on them," Thus he asked God to help all who had the pleasure of being present at church Sunday night. Mr,, Methodist Appointments. Cloverport people are delighted to have as their Methodist minister again the Rev. W. C. Frank and Mrs. Frank. They are happy to be back again and .1 great year Is expected. The Rev. J. T Rushing is the presiding eider. Hawesville, M. H. Alexander; Lewis-pocircuit, B. C. Murrcll, pastor, V K. Savilie, junior pastor; Stephens-por- t Mission, II. C. Hoffman; Big Spring circuit. K, 1. Deacon; Brandenburg circuit, 1 C. Duvall; Falls of Rough, F. R. Roberts; Hardinsburg, Robert Johnson; Hodgenvillc, R. O. Pennick; Vine Grove, II. F. Wilson; Irvington, T. J. Wade; Kingswood, M. Smith; Madisonvillc, G. P. Dillon; Dawson Springs, F. E. Lewis; Owens-bor- o, M. L. Dyer; Central City, B. M. Currio; Fourth Avenue, Louisville, F. M. Thomas; Clifton, Louisville, S. J. rt Residence Burns. Saturday night about 9 o'clock fire was discovered in the residence of Bill Moorman, colored, residing on Bishop Hill, and in a short time the building was entirely consumed, A defective f.ue was the cause of the blaze. home-grow- n yi d: Mrs. Pate Leaves. Mrs. William H. Pate, of Blair Neb, left for her home Monday night after a visit to Mrs. Lon Wood, Mrs. O. B. Mattingly and others over the county. She had a pleasant visit and her friends wish her a safe journey. McQuarJy Milling Co. Announcement. Thompson. I Flour and Feed the Same as Advertised in The Breckenridge News Wednesday September 23rd. jaPWe udviso tbut jou lay in a supply of Flour and Feed whilo the price is low. The prospects indicate higher prices. Cheap Fertilizer until Sold, First Come, Phosphoric Acid, per ton Sulphate of Potash, per evvt. Phosphoric acta Whonr J Total Actual Potash neaaS-VJ- ceot. First Served. $20.00 $ 4.25 Cro-- 3 per I per per cent f ton m We prepay froight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., or Tnoro in weight to all stations on the Henderson Kouto and on the M., II. & E. railroads. Corn Bran in bulk 50c per hundred at the mill door only IJ.OU J Best pair of Durocks under 8 months old, Mike Lyddan, farmer, $5. J. and M. Greenwood, prem. Best pair of hogs, other than Durocks, under 8 months old, Sim Payne, P. M., $5. B. W. Carter, prem. Best pair of hogs, any breed, under 8 months old, John Nevltt, farmer, $5. J. and M. Greenwood, prem. gering. Best boar, any breed, Buck Bewley, Peril of German Situation. farmer, $5. J. and M. Greenwood, From government reports and milipremium. alBest sow, any breed, Wm. Kendall, tary opinion, It Is certain that the lies hava not relaxed their determined $5. J. and M. Greenwood, farmer, Hanking movement and that tho danpremium. ger of the German armies Is greater Colts. than ever. Tho fact that they havo Best horse colt under one year old, tried desperately to keep in motion First State Bank, $.1.50. Abe Dowell, an offensive movement all along the Una Indicates to critics here tho peril premium. of their situation. Best mare colt under one year old, Thero is undoubtedly u largo In First State Bank, $4. Will Hall, prem. dependent force of English and Kronen The Cloverport Musical and Choral Mrs. Ferry Delegate Club meets next Monday night, Octto State W. C. T. U. ober 5th, at the home of Mrs. L. T. Rcid. This is an meeting Mrs. Frank Ferry leaves this week and all members are requested to be present on time. for Winchester, Ky., to attend the Stute meeting of the W. C. T. U., representing the Parkland V. C. T. U. of Seventh Day Advent Mrs. Ferry is a lovely enLouisville. Services at Irvington thusiastic worker for temperance. She Sev-erit- h Eider R. S. Lindsay, pastor of Day Adventist, Church, Louisville, spent Sabbath, Sept, I9, In Irvington with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Howard aud family services were held. Subjects, this Sabbath, Second commit! k' ot Christ, State of the dead were given. There were several interested listcuers. always wears the little white ribbon bow, and has renewed the interest of many W. C. T, U. women of this place since her coming to Cloverport. Rushed To Death. Henry Burden, of Sample, says h has mora work thau he can do. "Rushed to death is1 the way ha put it". Grinding, horse shoeing, and general repair wont. Mr Burden Is a fine machinist. C. H. S. Library Books Call on us for all kinds of Building Material ordoring do not forgot that tho CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THE ORDER. tWhen McQuady Milling Co., 1I.A...J., 'f IV- -, Cattle; Best calf, dairy breed, under one year old, G. N. Lyddan, farmer and feeder, $3. Mrs. D. C. Heron, prem. Best calf, beef breed, under one year old, to be fed on cotton seed meal, W. A. Burnett, dealer in high grade feed, G, II, Board, prem. Best beef, any age, A. J. Thompson, farmer, $5. H. H. Norton, prem. Continued on page 3 $5. striking at German communications with Belgium. Cavalry from this army Is raiding railroad Hues and solzlng supply trains. A column from tho extreme loft of tho allies is swlnginij slowly around tho massed German rlsht, attempting a stroke at towns guarding communications, but unable to press an offensive until tho weight of tho flanking forco tolls more heavily. Tho Germans generally continue to Must Be Returned. All books belonging to the Library of the Cloverport High School must be returned by Wednesday, October 7. This Is neeesary to get the library In order for this yoar's work. G. R. McCoy, Superintendent Cloverport Public Schools. Loose Leaf House. The Loose Leaf Tobacco House, at Hardinsburg, is looming up. It will be one of the biggest things In the county. It will open for business some time In October, fully equipped with all modern Improvement!, with plenty of money to back It. MMHMWMMMMMMNNMMWr Read the Little Want Ads. 0 1 Millinery FRIDAY, OCT. 2nd We are making greater efforts this fall than ever before to place before our customers and (all who are not our customers) the very latest and the most models and designs that millinery experts are able to produce. up-to-date We Will Have on Display October 2, 1914, a Line of Millinery that is Entirely in a Class to Itself. line of irillinery goods also bringing with her Mrs. Evans has just returned from Louisville with a complete and Miss Dyes, an expert trimmer, and if you desire the leading styles, latest models and the best work, come in and let them make your STYLE, QUALITY AND PRICE IS THEIR MOTTO. hat. up-to-date We Will Have on Display October 2 Many New and Interesting Lines of New Goods for Both Young and Old A Splendid Number Coat Suits The latest in long Coat Suits in Blue, Bluek, Gray, Tan and all the popular shades. A Fancy Dress Goods We are headqearters for the latest in dress fabrics. Our dry goods department equipped demands. your is fully Treat for The Men The "Marx Made Pants" Priced from $12 50 up to meet Furs A big assortment of new furs of We are Agents for the This cut represents the many date styles that we new and up-tare offering. The "Sailor" is all the go for Fall. o Fox, Sable and Leopard design. Something nice and absolutely new. Select one for Christmas. Famous WithfMUNDER the WW A1ST-BAN- D Priced $5.00 and up Butterick Patterns Insure yourself a nice, neat figure with the Marx Made. Priced $1.50 and up Price $1.50 to $6.50 REMEMBER Friday, October 2 is Fall Opening Day. Something Attractive All Day. II B. F". BEARD & CO Hardinsburg Kentucky STATE-WI- DE 1847 Prahibitlin Wins By 35.000 in Virginia Even Distilleries Will Be Closed in Nov. 1916. A sweeping victory was won in Vh glnla at the polls Tuesday when the State-wid- e prohibition forces carried the State by n majority of 32,825 votes, The cities, which were expected to roll tip big majorities for the saloons, gave 1,316 majority for the drys. Only four citlej Alexandria, Norfolk, Williams burg and Richmond returned major! ties for the wets. The vote was taken under an act of the last Legislature and will become effective on and after November 1, 10NI. Both the manufacture and sale of liquors will be prohibited in the State after that date. West Virginia became dry only a short time ago. ROGERS BROS. AT 330-33- 4 W. Market Street Louisville, Ky. I BACON a SON' 213 S. Fourth Avenue, Louisville, "Silver Plate miAt 4h ww Ky. curs SHEETS 50c Sheets 32c Lnrijc bed si.o, blenched and hemmed. Bleached and hemmed; size !)0x!)0. BLANKETS $7.00 Blankets $5.00. White wool blankets; extra large size; with pink or blue binding. ize 90 89c Sheets 74c 89c Sheets 98c Sheets Hemstitched and bleached sheet; 74c xi)0 inches. $6.50 Blankets $4.95. Wool blankets in a large of fancy colored plaids; excellent quality. 79c Bleached and hemstitched; size 81xl0. Silver Of Proven Quality 'Rich design and rclined beauty in knives, forks, snoons' and fancy servinc nieces arc not attributes of solid silverware alone. The skill born of lone experience lias pro duced in the famous t847 Rogers bros. silver plate effects in pattern and design which make its name for beauty second only to its reputation for quality "Silver Plate that Wean. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CI," showing all patterns. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., $1.00 Sheets 85c. Blenched hemstitched sheet. $5.00 Blankets $3.98. Wool plaid blankets in an assortment of fancy plaids; extra double bed size (!8x 80 inches. PILLOW CASES 12Jc Pillow Cases each 8c. Blenched and hemmed; 42x15(5 $5.00 Blankets $3.98 inches. All white wool finish blankets; with fancy pink or blue border and silk binding. f; f. V Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "I advised the 'boys when they enlisted for the Spanish war to take a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Successor lo Merlden Britannia Co. Remedy with them, and have reMERIDEN, CONN. ceived many thanks for the advice given," writes J. H. Houghland, Eltlon, Iowa. "No person whether traveling or at home should be without this great Alexander, prem. Board, farmer, $2. T. J. Triplett, premj remedy." For sale by all dealers. Second best pair of bantams, Mrs. B. Second best stalk of Burley tobacco, W. Carter, $1. L. J. and M. Carter, Geo. Board, f0;. Wm. Triplett, prem. At French Camp. Best stick of 5 stalks, gtown from premium. Mrs, Ernest Carson is at home again fertilizer purchased from Amos Sipes, Third best pair of bantams, G. F. at The Maples, after a visit of several Bandy, farmer and feeder, 75c. Mrs. 82 5O. W. R. Triplett, prem. days to French Camp, where, at the Thos. Hendrick, prezrium. Second best stick of 5 stalks grown academy there, she left her only son, from fertilizer purchased from Amos Fourth best pair ot oantams, G. F. Sipes, Percy, for his first year at school away T. J. Triplett, prem. and the uncle Bandy, 2.5c, Allen Smith, prem. from bis devoted parents Best ten ears of corn grown from the Best bronze torn, B. F. Bandy, 81. whose name he bears, his father's twin Geo. Gilpin, above fertilizer, 82.50. Mrs. Everett Foote, premium. brother. prem. Best bronze hen, G. F. Bandv, 81. In this devoted little family circle the Second best ten ears of corn grown lad is the idolized one, and he. will Mrs, Everett Foote, prem. from the above fertilizer, ?2. T. J. G. Bandy, Triplett, prem. Best Naraganset torn, doubtless find it pretty hard at first to 41. Mrs, B. W. Carter, prem. do without his accustomed pleasures. Display. Best Naraganset hen, G. F. Bandy, But he and those who love him will be business Best decorated window, send 8i. Mrs. B. W. Carter, prem. always glad they determined to Best Burbon red torn, Club, $1. Miss house, E. I'. Hardawav, farmer, $3. the boy to so wholesome a place in Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., which he can grow and mature phys- Greenwood, prem. Best Burbon red hen, Club, $1. Miss premium. ically and mentally and spiritually, as Second best decorated window, busihe will under the care of the able men Greenwood, prem. Best buff torn, Club, 81. Mrs. Geo. ness house, E. P. Hardaway, 12. Dr. Daily News. in charge, Jackson Lyddan, prem. Lex, prem. Best buff hen, Club, 81. Mrs. Geo. Best decorated automobile, B. W. Lyddan, prem. Carter, farmer, 82. Mary Alexander, COUNTRY FAIR Best pair of ducks, any variety, Clurj, prera. 81. Mrs. B. W. Carter, prem. Second best decorated automobile, B. 1 Continued from yiage Best pair of geese, Lon Dowell, $1.25. W. Carter, 81. W. J. Piggott, prera. Ginger Bandy, prem. Best decorated carriage, C. H. Drury, Best Jersey cow, Irvington Hardware Best pound of butter, S. P. Norton-- , stock breeder, $2. S. C. Dowell, prem. & Implement Co., Mrs. D. C. Heron, butcher, 82 5O. JMrs. C. D. Hardaway, Best decorated buggy, C. H. Drury, premium. prem. $2. Mrs. Hawes and Mrs. Dowell, Best bull, any age, T. B. Henderson, Second best pound of butter, G. A. premium. $3. R. S. Bandy, prem. farmer, Foote, $2. Mrs. Geo. Lyddan, prem. Second best decorated buggy, Lon Poultry. Third best pound of butter, B. W. Dowell, 81. Don and Mamie Lyddan, Best trio R. I. Reds, Tank Carman, Carter, $1.50. Mrs. Taylor Dowell, preniium. prem. t2. Esther Carter, prem Flowers. Second best trio K. I. Reds, B. W. Fourth best pound of butter, E. V. Best three varieties cut flowers, hand farmer, $1. Ellen Carter, prem. Henry, 81. Mrs. Abe Dowell, prem. Carter, Best trio Buff Orpingtons, Jonas Best peck of wheat, 200 pounds None some vase. Irvington Cement & Block Lyons, business man, $2. Mrs. G. N. Such flour, Irvington Mill & Elevator Co., R. B. McGlothlan, Mgr., 82.50. Mrs. W. J. Piggott, prem. Lyddan, prem. Co., 13.50. T. B. Henderson, prem. Second best 3 varieties cut flowers, Second best trio Buff Orpingtons, Second best peck of wheat, 200 lbs., Jonas Lyons, $1. Mrs. Q. N. Lyddan, Dally Bread flour, Irvington Mill & Lon Dowell, 81. Miss Maggie Greenpremium. Elevator Co., ?'J.50. John Lyddan, wood, prera. Best three varieties cut flowers, Best trio B. P. Rocks, Mrs. Nannie prem. Best quart of stock peas, set of single grown by child under 13 years old, J. Wathen, 2. Mrs. B. W. Carter, premium. trees and double trees, Nick Netherton, Eastman Browny Kodak, by Irvington Pharmacy. Reba Bolin, prem. Second best trio B. P. Rocks, W. N. blacksmith, $3. John Lyddan, prem. Best sample needlework under two Holt, lunch stand, $1. Mrs. J. B. GibSecond best quart of peas, G. N. Lyd son, prem. dan, farmer and feeder, 81. S. C. years old, Irvington Hardware & Im plement Co., handsome rocker, 85. Miss Best cockerel, any breed, Sam Car-de- Dowell, prem. $1. Mrs. B. W. Carter, prem. Best plate of 5 apples, fall, G. N. Maggie Bandy, prem. Second best sample needlework unBest hen, any breed, V. N. Holt, $1. Lyddan, $1. Mrs. D. C. Heron, prem. Best plate of 5 apples, winter, G. N. der two years old, H. J. Krebs, baker, J, D. Ashcraft, prem. pyramid cake, 85. Miss Maggie BanBest cockerel, any breed, Mrs. John Lyddan, 81. A. B. Dowell, prem. Lyddan, $1. Mrs. Thos. Heudrick, Best plate of 5 apples, any variety, dy, prem. G. N. Lyddan, $1. A. B. Dowell, prem. premium. Best trio of chicks hatched from Mrs. Best plate of 5 pears, any variety, Prize List. John Lyddau's R. I. Reds, 13. Esther Jordan & Compton, hardware, 1. Will Better Caby Contest. Carter, prem. Gibson, prem. Best pair of bantams, Mrs. B. V. Child under one year old, first prize, Best can of peaches. Jordan & Comp Carter, fancy poultry, $1.50. Thomas ton, 50c. Mrs. G. N. Lvddan, prem. Dr. Moorman, 83. John Alexander Compton, Hottell, prera. Best can of pears, Jordan 50c. Mrs. G. N. Lyddan, prem. Child under one year old, second Best can of tomatoes, Jordan & Comp prize, Dr. Mooreraen, 82. Owen Parks, prem. ton, 50. Mrs. B. V. Carter, prem. Wnich of These Shall You Select Child under three years old, first Best canof pickles, cucumber, Jordan for the & Compton, 50c. A. B. Dowell, prem. prize, Dr. S. P. Parks, 80. J. M. Hern-doLargest pumpkin, field, Jordan & Jr., prem. Child under three years old, second Compton, 50c. Frank Heidrick, prem. Largest pumpkin, sweet, Jordan & prize, Dr. S. P. Parks, $2. Kenneth Compton, 50c. Mrs. D. C. Heron, prem. Jordan, prem. Best cake baked by girl under four Largest squash, Jordan & Compton, teen years old, cake to be given to the 50c. Lon Dowell, prem. Best head cabbage, Jordan & Com lunch stand, Mrs. S. P. Parks, $2. Reba One dozen Silver tea spoons. Bolin, prem. pton, 50c. B. F. McCoy, prem. Best pair of home pigeons, Lon Smallest number of Irish potatoes to peck, by weight, R. J. Cain, 82. John Dowell, $1. Edmond Carter, prem. 1 dozen Silver table spoons. Second best pair of home pigeons, Lyddan, prem. Best peck of Irish potatoes, B. W. Dana Lyddan, farmer, sOc. Edmond 1 dozen Silver Salad Forks. Carter, prem. Carter,. 50c. John Lyddan, prem. Best peck of sweet potatoes, B. W, Sweepatakes. 1 dozen Ice Tea spoons. Carter, 50c. Mrs. Perry, prem. Best agricultural display, E. H. Largest sweet potatoes, Lon Dowell, Shellman & Co., bankers, $7. B. W, Silver Cream Pitcher with 35c. Mrs. Perry, prem. Carter, prera. Silvor Sugar Bowl Largest beet, Lon Dowell, 25c. J. D. Second best display, D. C. Heron, Ashcraft, prem. farmer and business man, 85. John Ol- e gifts in silver Largest turnip, Lon Dowell 50c. Many Lyddan, prem. lie Adkisson, prem. Best display corn, Thomas Lyddan, Unequalled for beauty of farmer and feeder, $5. John Lyddan, Tobacco. patterns and for durability. Best stick) 5 stalks, Burley tobacco, premium. Best display garden truck, C. C. Paul Wilson, dealer, $5. W. R. Trip-let- t, Smith, grocery, $5. Mrs. G. O. Bailey, prem. Second best stick, 5 stalks, Burley prera. Best display canned goods, E. H. tobacco, Allen Jennings, dealer, J. T. Shellman & Co., bankers, $3. Mrs. W. prera. J. Triplett, JEWELER Third best stick,' 5 stalks, Burley to- B. Carter, prem. Second best display canned goods, Gilbert bacco, Allen Jennings, (2. handsome Eastman Brownie Kodak, HartiMbiiri, Ktntucky Kasey, prem. Best stalk of Burley tobacco, George Irvington Pharmacy. Mrs. Geo. Lyd- Chamberlain's Colic, 18c Pillow Cases each 12Jc. Hemmed or hemstitched and bleached; size 42x3(5 inches. Dalr-rhoe- 25c Pillow Cases each 17c. 35c Pillow Cases each 22c. Embroidered; size 42xH(! inches; value for the money. ood $4.00 Blankets $2.75. White, extra tine wool finish size 72x80 inches. blankets; Heavy Blankets $2.50. These are extra heavy blankets; plain gray or white and fancy plaids. BEDSPREADS $1.00 Bedspreads 69c. Marseilles patterns; good size, hemmed ready for use. $2.00 Blankets $1.45. This is an extra heavy llceced cotton blankets; gray only. $1.25 Bedspreads $1.00. I Marseilles patterns; hemmed put on the bed. ready to SI. 50 Blankets $1.25. Thoe arc heavy lleeced cotton blankets; white, gray or tan. $1.50 Bedspreads $1.29. Good heavy quality; Marseilles patterns; $1.89 Bedspreads $1.59. Hemmed; ltirio bed size; pretty designs; good quality. Teddy Bear Blankets 35c. The dandiest blanket for baby's pink or blue animal designs. go-car- t; By this we mean that the covering on these comforts U made of material with different designs or colorings which does not in the least impair the service of the comfort; all are lined with good white cotton. For convenience, we have divided the assortment into three lots, as follows: Pieced Comforts Lot No. 2 Each Lot No. 1 Each Lot No. 3 Each 85c To out-of-to- $1.50 $1.75 customers on a basis of five (5) per cent of their total purchases of their round trip railroad fare. Thus you can come to Louisup to the amount ville and buy your new fall suit at Bacons without having any railroad fare to pay. SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS at any time for anything all goods mailable by Parcel Post sent FREE. Goods not mailable by Parcel Post and amounting to $5.00 or more delivered FREE within 200 miles of Louisville. October Century Features "The Call to Arms in Europe 99 Bigelow Major By John 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" October Wedding GIFT? A High Priced Magazine. High Art Advertisement 35c a copy $3.00 a Year dan, prera. Best dairy display, Dick Hardawav, grocery, 2.G0. Mrs. Geo. Lyddan, premium. Best trio of chicks, any variety, Mat Payne, merchant, t. Mrs. Dr. Hendrick, prem. Continued on pane J HUGHES CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Better than Calomel and Quinine. (Cantains no Arsenic). THE OLD RELIABLE EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Kemedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers. Inst what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC. M Oiviiliti, SOc Ml 11.00 Itllltt Ouiinliri. Trill. DM'ttikiiirSubiMutt. PREPARED BY ROBINSON-PETTE- T INCOlmllUTICIl one-piec- rahes, chap, For any Itchiness of the skin, for skin pimples, etc., try Doan's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. HICHCST MARKET VALUE PAID FOR COMPANY KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE. T. C. LEWIS, HIDES ESTABLISHED SKINS 183 7 JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE. KY. News Want Ads. are Little Winners it i ;." V THE BKECKENRIDGE J NO. NEWS, GENERAL CARRANZA Constitutionalist Chief Facing Insurrection. Me-lc- an D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Issuod Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, For Sale Good family horse Rubber tire Surrey 1-Horse I- - m fcXk 11 THE "pRUDE NT MAN'1 TAKES NO Ml .. I LONG SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 CHANCES. HE EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for ench ndditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money in advance. Examinotho label on your paper. If it is not correct please US FIRST BEFORE was Wagon both 1 HE INVESTS and Harness for HIS 1731 If MONEY. notify us. ROBT. HASWELL Miss Minnie McGhcc, of Bran-denbur- TESTIMONY Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Calvin had for their gue.-t-s Hendrick, of Hardiiwburg, tuid Miss Sarah Havncs: of West has been the guest of Misses Nannie and Kittio McGhcc. Many Cloverport Citizens Have Mr. and Mrs C. I). Hook have Profited by It. If you have backache, urinary trou bles, days of dizziness, headaches or nervousness, strike at the seat of the COUNTRY Photo by American I'rcss Association. FAIR 3 Continued from page SEEKING SETTLEMENT Point. Pig-go- tt fair. trouble. These are often the symp-toMisses Julia Lynns, Eliza of weak kidneys and there is National Peril In Mexico to Dowell, prem. atand Mary Heron, who ate crave danger In delay. Doan's KidBest farm team of hoises, Haynes tending G. H. S. in Louisville, ney Pills arc especially prepared for Be Averted, Trent, merchant, J5. John Lyddan, spent the week end with their kidney ailments are endorsed by over prem. Most handsome couple in parade, J. parents and were at the country 30,000 people. Your neighbors recomEl Paso special: General Francis B. mend this remedy have proved Its W. Hottell, salesman, 2.j0. tiling to cease lighting if merit In many tests. Cloverport readFernando Ii'lsia Cnlderon is made pro' ers should take fresh courage In the visional president of Mexico and Car straightforward testimony of a Clover-por- t ranza steps down and out. Replying citizen. to an appeal from Constitutionalist of L. V. Chapln. Cloverport, Ky., says: ficers at .Mexico City for peace. Villa "I was In bad shape with kidney trou- made this declaration. Calderon was ble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills rec Mexican ambassador to France under ommended, 1 went to fisher's drutf Madero. store and got a box. One box cured Mexico City special: General 01) I have had no need of a kidney me regon, who Is reported to have been medidlnc since." locked up at Chihuahua by General Price ."jOc, at all dealers. Don't simpVilla, has returned to the city, but re ly ask for a kidney remedy fet Doan's fuses to discuss his recent experiences Kidney IMlls the same that Mr. Cha-pi- n further than to say that he has strong n had. Co., Props., hopes of a peaceful settlement of Mex HulTalo. X. V. ico's Internal quarrels and that he be lieves a great national peril will be Lee Guedry. Mrs. James Drury, averted. Immediately upon his arrival here he had r long conference wltn Messrs. Tom Drury, James Bon- - General Carranza, after which an Invi durant, Harvey Ditto, of Branden tation was Issued to Villa for a conburg, were, visitors to the country ference with the Carranza leaders at Agua Calientcs. The appeal was to fair. the patriotism of Villa's followers to Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Morrison avoid at this time an armed conflict which woul't mean the failure of the and arco Villa is w Koster-Milbur- Second best trio of chicks, any va riety, one handsome Eastman Browny Lon Kodak, Irvington Pharmacy. The "prudent man" CONFIDENTIALLY discusses his financial affairs with us. He knows we can help him while he is living, and we can also care for his business, his personal affairs, and his family after he is DEAD, by acting as Agent, Executors, Administrators, Trustees or Guardians. Our opportunities for profitable, SAFE investments are greater than those of an individual. Gome in and see us and learn how we can help you. i rust Our Trust Gompany. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Driskell and children, of Louisville, were here last week. Mr. and Mr.s. Horace McCoy, of Union Star, visited Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sippcl Saturday. Mrs. Harry Bell Guston has been the guest of Mrs. A. D. Ash-craf- t. J. Piggott and Mrs. Nora Board, prem. Better Seed Contest. Largest pumpkin grown by boy under 1" years old, target rifle, Irvington Hardware & Implement Co. Frank Hendrick, prem. Best dressed doll, child's own work, girl under twelve years old, Mrs. Hollis Drane, merchant, il. Lillian Carter, prem. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. .1. T. Mattingly was hostess to the Housekeepers' League A very Thursday afternoon. helpful and interesting program was carried out and delicious ices and cakes were served. Brabandt, phatoerapher will be in Irvlnyton, Saturday Octhber :ird. Mrs. Mary Heslon and Miss Martha Gardner have returned to Hardiiisburg after a visit to Mrs. J. C. Payne. Mr. and .Airs. J. B. Hot tell Lelia have for their guests Mis-e- s McCulIum, of New Albany, and May Kemper, of New Amsterdam. Poin Gallowaw. of Louisville, and Mora Galloway, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Fidelia Galloway. Misses Liska Youtsler and Zulu Hardin, of Brandenburg, were in town several days last week, Leo King, of Kansas, is visiting his parctits, Mr. and Mrs. James King. Mrs. .lames Kurtz and baby, with Mrs. Pauline, spent Thur.-da- y M. P. Payne. Mrs. Bettie Helt. of Ekron, has been visiting Mrs. Richard Sipes. Mis-- ; Nell Connill', and Will Connill', of Louisville, are the guests of their mother, Mrs. Adelc ConnilL Misses Verna Hcinmn, Laura children, of Louisville, rived Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrison. Wilbur Parks will leave foi Louisville on Monday to attend the School of Pharmacy. Mr. Albert Moreman, of Brandenburg, has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moreman. Misses Clara Brown, Gustav and Kate Alexander, of Custer, have returned home after a visit with Miss Mildred Chitwood. late revolution. ANNOUNCEMENT have purchased the husiness of Smith 5c Black, of Addison, and will add to it a new line of 1 Wind and the Sun. Wind does not always jw down with the sun. but tuny blow from higli to low after sunset If wind starts to fill up si low pressure siren before sunset it is liable to keep pouring In until It is filled and equilibrium restored. If wind stops exactly at instant of sunset one may rest assured that the area of barometrical depression Is Oiled. U wind blows from sea to land by tiny It may stop at sunset and reverse direction. If It does the cause Is thnt at sunrise the sun's radiant energy heats tho laud more than It does the water. The laud warms I lie ulr. Increases Its rarity, and it rises, producing a lower pressure area, and cooler air from over the ocean rushes In to (III It. Aftoi' sunset land cooU In less time than the water, and the direction of tlpw is reversed. I tut this may not always occur I.ocul causes, as fos. saturation of nlr. electrical conditions and others may prevent. New York Journal. Sometimes Washington special: Develop ments are coming fast in Mexico and they all point to the dwindling power and early overthrow of Carranza. Word has been received that General Natera, the commander of the Consti tutionalist forces of the central division, with headquarters at Zacatecas, has notified Villa that he will support him in the present break. This Information was regarded by Washing ton officials as very important. It means that Villa's army now has the way open for an advance with a Single battle as far south as Zacatecas. which is wlt.dn 300 miles of Mexico City. With the news of Natera's desertion of Carranza also came the information Unit Cat ranza will attempt to appease Villa through action to be taken at the convention of the Constitutionalists in Mexico City on Oct. 1. This Is the con vention that Villa has declined to at tend.' but word has been received In Washington that the convention will be held and Carranza will retire as first chief and will not be a candidate for provisional president. Three men are tinder consideration. Two of these are Iglesias Calderon and Luis Cabre ra. the latter having represented Car ranza In Washington. All three ot these men under consideration are Chilians. It has been Villa's complaint on doll, B. W. Car Lillian Carter, prem. Best ten ears upland com, T. R. Bland, barber, ?2. G. N. Lyddan, prem. Best display of onions, first prize, J1.50; second best ii. Breckenridge pXews. Mrs. W. O. Bailey, prem; Mrs. Geo. Lyddan, prem. Set of singletrees and doubletrees, fattest animal at the fair, H. T. Stew art, blacksmith. Webster, Ky. l3eo. Board, prem. Largest number of ribbons won by Individual or firm, Chas. Hardaway, tanner, Guston, Ky., 5. B. W.Carter, prem. Second, same, Wm. Jolly, farmer, Irvington, i'i 60. Geo. Lyddan, prem. Third, same, Pius Fackler, farmer. 1014 Dime second ter. For Sale One frame dwelling with nil modern improvements on Ilih street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality and at a bargain. Part cash, balance cottugo on on easy payments. Also one Hill in pood condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on easv terms. two-story Irvington, John Lyddan, prem. Fourth, same, Lawrence Speak, far mer, Irvington, $1. J. and M. Greenwood, prem. Boy showing best model of modern farm tool, J. K. Bramlette, Irvington, Morris Stewart, prem. Everything in Building Material, Hardware, M Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnish- - j es and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and M Greases carried in stock. 9 Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Colt Shows R. Kennedy's horse, Wilks. W. Jas. J. Howard's colt cot first, and C. AV. Robbins, second. C. H. Drury mule colts, sired by In dependence. John .Will Dent, prem. Burk Cochran horse colts. Lee Stith, prem. Arlington Dare. J. and M. Green wood, prem. W. T. Durbin's Kinf Charles. Best colt, AbeJDowell, prem. John Hardesty's mule show. Joe Stewart, prem. Second Annual Made-in-Owensboro Chester Wilson's jacks. Locafous, L. D. Gilpin, prem. Ben Gus, M. D. Priest, prem. ...And... Grown-in-Davie- that Carranza was seeking to establish a military government In Mexico City with hinibelf, Carranza, as tin head. oboaorD For Sale or Trade, One work maro in foal by mule; one yearling horse colt; two mules, good ones; one wajion and harness; or double one bugay and huriies; one milch cow; 50.000 feet of nice White Oak timber; two Jersey heifers, fresh in April. Will tritdo any or nil of tho abovo for youn; cattle, sheep, corn, hay or oats. three-year-ol- ss County WITHOUT FIRING A GUK The family had Fall Goods It will he a real pleasure to us to have your patronage and we will give you the best values in groceries and dry goods. holiday In a taxi. Twenty tnlmitui later the taxi snorted back up the road. "forgotten the tickets?" cried a neighbor. "No." said the Irate householder, "but my wife's Just remembered that she's left a kuttlu boiling on the gi stove." lie dived Into the houso and cauiw back the next moment with a ghastly culm on bis face. "All right now';" said the neighbor cheerily. "Itlght! I'd forgotten that I'd turned the gas off at the meter, mid uow we've two hours and a half to wait for the next train." Glasgow Dispatch. Happens So. oue off for their Villa Enters Upon Peaceable Posses slon of Zacatecas. Kl I'aso, Tex., special: Zacatecas has been occupied by the troops of General Francisco Villa, who Is plan i.lnu for an advance upon San I.nl I'jtohl as soon as hp can move hU mer. id artillery south. Zacatecas by Carranzi.'a trccps tinder Ge.i al I'afilo Natera, who Is now In Mc o City and Is said to be loyal to Car i r n?a. When the troops' leurm-- of the advance of Villa's men from Toi -ejn under General Maximo Gareli :hi (I 'd south to Ak.ius CallenteB and iJai.-K(.ccttpled the city without i. Suttle. . i Jack; one stickling maro d two-hors- EXPOSITION Week of October Greatest Exposition 19-24, o 1914 niudc-to-ord- of the Kind Ever Exhibited Worth Miles of Travel and Days of Time to See OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SHIPWRECKED MEN SAVED R.T.COOMES Route No. 1 Free Admission Everybody Invited "eareh Now tlelng Made For Others of Father of the Dreadnouqht. To the late Admiral C'uiilbertl. member of the Italian naval euglueerlef bluff. Is due the credit of tmvlng the modern Dread nought. Ii wits he. also, who suggested tho mod. era type of scout, and he was one or the first to study the question of tt application of liquid fuel to marine boilers. It was Ids Influence which lei' to tho ndoptlou of this fuel in the Italian torpedo boat service. sua-Beste- Mrs. Andrew Crawford Addison, Kentucky Tsihcrr.s'u Crew. WtsDhlngton Kpcial: Four oltlccri men abor.rd the revenue and flfty-tlcutter Tahomn when It went ashore in the western Aleutian Islands last week, have been picked up by the steamer Cordova nnd survey ship near Agr.ttu Island. AdvIceB to revenue bcuriqtmrters said beared now was procr-cdlnfor twenty-threothers from the Tahoma, who landed from boat oa It lends near by. Pat-Ursae Hardinsburg, Ky. Gala Week in Owensboro CZJOCZ3)fo1o1olaOCZ3 Association of 'ideas. Man tin bakcshopl My wife told mc to get something else what was It! Baker You ba- - e biscuits and a pie maybe it was some crullers. Man No; 1 distinctly remember her telling me not to get tilings twisted. Boston German Casualty List. New Directors. Berlin special: The total German At a mtetln? of the stockholders of casualties In (lend, wounded and miss-!nn- . as officially reported to date, are th Bank of Hardinsbur? and Trust 10t,5k9, made ;ip ns follows: Dead, Company, Mr. Willis Oresn, of Falls of Hpuch, and Mr. M. D. Beard, of 10,074: wounded, f.3,908; missing, HardlnsTjurg, were added to the list of directors. Transcript. W&e Breckinridge News. .')(, 1914 Ky WEDNESDAY, SEPT. r October 7, 8, 9 & 1 0 stored at the i'ostOffllceatCloTerport, as lecond class matter. Wa. r t s. Note- - Advertisers plrsie notify tlio editor when you mint advertisement discontinued. UCM'C w-- IIIL.I1 U Mill AWn Moore's Pat. Closed Sleeve Shirt THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN 7 ADVERTISING BY THE ELK'S Daviess County FAIR OWENSBORO, KY. The best program of any Fair in the State. BIG "iTiy spcaUs for itself, it. i QEMirnAt BRANCHES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS ftrrirro For Rent Farm COIt KENT Hirer bottom farm of lltf.icr. s 1 In the lienrt (if Holt's liotlum, on the rlrerand railroad! irood tenatt liotisu and Kor further Kood water and out buildingsInformation apply to Mrs. Hannah Hardin, Holt. Ky. - "C S''ZJ ( rf- Ti, A , ,1 . US 't, J 'with t), .. made. book Full cut, made nt riirht, fast colors, best material in connection .... it DAVC DUIO OUIDTO OIMIIIO Cellars Attached 1. Patented Nov. 110 32 like a c...t cool in sun tiinr Pn. It ana cl,.n,.n no writ, h.nK .leve ? i make For Sale Residence t U, cyftjScrtj.Tv, I l I UTEi FOR POLITICAL PURSES IN SPEED AND SHOW RINGS Ow- In Heeond street down. For further particulars write to Mrs. KimuaSktltm.in, Holt. Ky. FOIt HALK-ltesld- cnre in 11KST Twelve aholutelv work shirt nood f icrtsuna For Precinct and city Office f 2.50 $ 5.00 For County Offices Fot' State and District Offices f 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications iu the-- inter-etto- f individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Democratic Ticket For United Slates Senator, Full Term J. C. W. MJCKHAM of HardstowH For United States Senator, Short Term J. N. CAMDEN of Versailles For Congress HKN JOHNSON of Hardstown V k rmauiidi mm m i cu mr rn ayiapna rr r-- K. About People Who Live in Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live in Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. Society Notes In- rinnan a R. S. Skillman is visltlny iu Hardin sbure. Mrs. A. J. Gross, of Holt, was here Saturday. Pattern and tailored millinery, Mrs. Cordrcy's. Allen Miller has returned from Alexis Illinois. Girl's ready to wear dresses at Mrs. Cordrey's. Rev Oldham is conducting a tent meeting at Sample. Miss Zelma Roberts has returned from a visit In Owensboro. Mrs. H. H. Kemper is the guest of MlssForrie Hardin at Holt. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer arrived home from Louisville Monday. Mrs. Anna Deickman, Sample, has been vlsltinc at Stephensport. Wallace Skillman Mr and Mrs were in Louisville last Saturday. One extra fine Duroc Sow and seven' pit's for sale. See J. H Brown. A complete line of Registered Grass Seed at all times. J. H. Brown. Brabandt, photographer will be in Irvington, Saturday October ,ird. Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Springate. Custer, were in Hardinsburg Monday. Miss Mildred Steele, of Sorgho, is the guest of her aunt Mrs. Chas Light foot. Miss Lucy Hall spent Saturday with Mrs. Jas. Turner, near Reynolds Sta tion Miss Lila Carr, of Elizabethtown, Is vi6itlnir her sister, Mrs. J. Proctor Keith. Kev J. B. Kendall, evangillst, closed a very successful meeting at Webster Monday. Born Sapt, 31, to the wife of P. H. Have a Cool, Clean Head... Dig down in your wool with your fingers and stir up scalp health. Penslar Shampona is splendid for this purpose and the best part of a head wash is when you get through applying "Penslar Hair Tonic" it makes you feel fine and fit as a fiddle, whether you play one or not. Penslar Shampona Penslar Hair Tonic - 50c 25c & 1.00 Wedding's Drug Store, "The Ptntlir Store" CLOVERPORT, KY. Snd If the button comes oil it will not Imiu down in the way like nn open sleeve. I. :5rd It is adjustable, having two buttons on it. It li Wear it open nnd it is cool in the summer. log and information. iith Hutton up cloe and it is warm in the winter, tlth Can wear it just as well open as closed. FRANK A. CANNON, Secretary RESIDENT 7th To roll up i simply to pu.-h- it up and it will stay. 8th Can shorten it by turning back tho cull or rol T"ahu " ni?ry PHONE No. Cloverport, Ky. it to any desired lenirth: no open cud to drag it downKive it arVu. Ofllce Opposite Oclic's limit Stc.ro !Hh It is longer and made wider from the elbow down, which is very Snyder, Lccust Hili, a son P. H. Sny- urday. Says he had a fine trip but no der, Jr. state looks as good to tilm as Kentucimportant, giving plenty of elbow room and wearing longer. 10th It saves tho ''wash woman". No dirty streaks to rub out on J. .1. Roberts has opentd a inmily ky-Misses Ida B. Wheeler and Lena grocery in the Dennie Sheeran store under sleeve. house. Barr who have been In Louisville for lltb - Xo lost time with it nve you enough time to pay for your Miss Irene Jarboe and Miss Lizzie the past ten months with O. M. Wheelshirts. Skillman have returned home from er came home Sunday to visit Miss l'Jth -- It cannot get into a shape that will worry you. Jt is ALL Barr's parents and other relatives at Louisville. satisfaction. Frymlre. Miss Irene Brlckey, Miss Valerie Von can get your size iu our patent sleeve; we make sizes to lit Mrs. Edwin Bell and Miss Georgia Frank and Hayden Pate wore at MyThe bot all up to size H). Voutlis 12 to 14. Slims made 2 in. longer in skirt White went to Louisville Friday to be stic Saturday. and 2A in. longer in the sleeves than our regular shirt. Made in all Mr. Edward Weber, of Louisville' the guests of Mrs. Fred Ferry. Mrs. Canned Olives, colors and weights of suitable goods for work or scmi-dies- s Bell has returned to her home in Memshirt. was the tjuest of Miss Kathrine Moorphis and Miss White is visiting Mrs. Don't fail to "catch on" to the patent sleeve .s7u7 you'll like man Sunday. BosPickles, Salmon, Carpenter in Kishersville. it and will never wear any other kind and don't forget the store Mrs. J. H. Uarsuch, who has been ill that handles Moore's latent sleeve Miss Evelyn Hicks has a splendid progressive. and surely for six weeks with typhoid fever is imBeans. ton Baked handles the (jest of everything. collection of millinery, Including many proving slowly. smart hats, lovely velvets, and other Misses Mary and Gladis Wilson, are shapes of beauty and grace. ExquiOther canned goods of lino J. C. visiting their sister, Mrs. Mike Flood, site materials in hats and trimmings. quality, the kind tlint smells so near Stephensport. Your patronage appreciated good unci is so good. Mrs. Joe Ballman, who has been the Congratulations are being received guest of Mrs. Steve Wilson went to by Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Wilson, on the Your Orders Appreciated Skillman Saturday. birth ot a son, September, l!2. He has has seven been christened Harold McCoy Wilson. John Warren, Chenault, acres in late potatoes which promises Mr. Wilson has been in the Hospital to cull and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, an abundant yield. for some time and is Improving. Allen M. Kingsbury, Miss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorCloverport, Ky. arrived Saturday night to visit her sis ized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started ter, Mrs. Fred Fraize. by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your All Coal Stoves, at absolute cost until Oct, loth I9I4 and no longer. Better home and you may stiff er a loss which no amount of inbuy now. J. H. Brown. Quite a number of our citizens atsurance can replace. Kev. J. F. Knue returned from In- tended the Irvington fair and prodianapolis Saturday. He spent a week nounced it very good indeed. BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. with his parents there. Miss Lydia Macy was the guest of C. L. Warsen and daughter Miss Miss Eflle Coleman Sunday. Snsie and Krnest Stahlman, Chenault, Miss, Annie Mildred Smith, who were at the County Fair. visited relatives in Louisville fair FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. Rev. D L. Bowlds has returned veek, returned home Tuesday of last from Fetitt Station where he organlz week. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier a church of twenty members Dr. B. A Saunders was in our midst in nil the new shape Miss Elizabeth Skillman, of Morgan-fiel- most of last week in the Interest of the and colorings. Gold is the guest of her grand parents, HealthXeague. and Silver Trimmings, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Mrs. M. P. Compton. who has been in the .Military clients. Chadwick McCracken, of Louisville, indisposed for several weeks, has imMany Klnuk Velvet was the guest of his parents Mr and proved sulliciently to motor out from Hardinsburg and attend church here Sailors. Mrs. S. H. McCracke'n Sunday. Mrs. John A. Barry and Miss Maud Sunday. Judge I). D. Dotvell and wife and Barry will leave next Monday to spend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowel, of a week in Greenville with relatives. Your Patronat Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and I will handle work in line anywhere in Mrs. R. T. Polk went to Hardins A pprtc'uited Breekenridge county and burg Monday on business. Mrs. Folk Mrs. WillDowell Sunday. reasonable rates. Robert Compton, of Hardinsburg, said "Hardinsburg is a dear old town Caskets, Robes and Burial Suits of all kinds was the guest of Morris and Ralph to her. my establishment Second and will be found Miss Jessie Bowmer, Hardinsburg, Richardson Sunday. Court Mrs. Tom Pate, of Narrows, Ohio went to Logansport Ind, last week to Mrs. take a position as nurse in Longcliff countv, is with her sister-in-laDick Pate, who underwent an operaAsylum. CgJ tion Sunday. Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and as IsSGtez 'jCtfS N GSsr: tSSS GSto tvSto: ts3 &tf3 Chas. Roth, of Cincinnati, left Sunday for his home after k two weeks Dr. J. E. Kincheloe performed the op stay with his aunt. Mrs. S. H. Mc- eration and report Mrs. Pate as getting m GLEN DEAN, KY. along nicely. Cracken. ALWAYS ON THE JOB 11 OF SEASONABLE GOODS Our schoolhouse is much improved Miss Kathrine Miles, Stanley, and Owensboro, are in looks from its new coat of paint. Miss Mildred Steel, Hf Kin Homo Anticeptic Lotion Chlorate Potash Tablets at M guests of Miss Nannie Lee Kendall, Our elllcient teachers, Misses Cash W, man and Eskridge, certainly deserve A 1... ..1 i .. i t SI 10c liov. near Irvlngion. Notes of St. Rosa's Church. credit and the hearty of Hy will cute or money refu mi- - Aromatic Hreath Tablets at dm Mrs. D. Dowel!, Irvington No 1, has every citizen in the district for the M ed. 25c bottle. luc bottle. a fifty cent silver piece ovjr one hun- splendid work they arc doing here. The- members of tho Holy Name ffij Quality Cap-dred years old. Coined in 1813. It is i Camphor it Knurenis Tablets for bod fM Kev. Leslie DoIIart filled his ap25c box. well preserved. Society of St. Kosa's Catholic $ wetting of children, 25c box tKU pointment here Saturday and Sunday, W Mobon's Kczerna Ointment, Typcnvrider Kibbous 50c and gral Mrs. Geo H, Anderson, Guston, went but was called home Sunday afternoon church will receive holy comWi 50c box- to Decherd Tenn, Monday to visit her 75c. Supplies. on account of one of his children being munion in a body at tho 7:150 son, E. H. Ashcraft, Mrs Bewley, m Quality Catarrh Halm at Quality Headache I'owders W) very sick. her. o'clock mass next Sunday morn25c box. 5 and 10 cents. Robert Pool, who has been sick for Mrs. Richard Mays, Webster, went ing. m Our Cold Tablet 25c box. several weeks, Is able to be out again. Kaber Lead Pencil and Hold- - W to West Point Monday to visit her jH er, 5 cents. .... w.... ...... Our farmers who were fortunate ftf The Forty Hours Devotion that (lyV HrMttilii linn t'nt pnmrltc, uiwl daughter, Mrs. Skillman. She is much l cold.--, 25c a battle. (iraphophono Xecdles 5 cents jSffl enough to "raise cain," are busy makimproved in health. regularly every year at M ing molasses. They report the yield occurs per 100 liulige.-tio- n Tablets Sfis Quality For sale three small buildings beas good and are making good molasses this church, will bo held this year l'neutno- - 389 yy Victor Croup and 25c box longing to K. N. Hudson, on corner of Is nia Salve, 25c and 50c. some tiino the latter part of tho High and 3rd Cross street. Enquire that selling at ." cents at the mill W Quality Arnicao Carbolic and The open meeting of the Baptist W. at Breekenridge Bank. ii;yy month of October. Witch Hazel Ointment at Peroxide Hydrogen, 10c. 15c jSffl M. S. held here Sunday afternoon was Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson went 25c bux. and 25c bottle. . Tho attendance at mas.-- , during to Hoyklnsville, Monday to attend the well attended and very Interesting nud instructive. has been rather gratiweek clays Fair this week. Mr Robertson is one Sewl us your inui 'M (3 III fact our line is complete iu every (lcinirtmciit Frank Bullock and Miss Laura fying null tho samo should keep ri? of the Judges In the horse show. SKri orders ami see how quick t'ucle Sam will deliver the noods. were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scrogglns and friends at Irvington and attended the showing a steady increase. son, of Kirk, and Miss Margaret Ryan fair. On Sunday, October 4th, tho motored to the home of Mr. and Mrs. HARDINSBURG, KY. "The Quality Store" Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mcador were Pctor'a Ponco Collection for tho R. M. Crenshaw near this place. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Buck Holy Father will bo taken up at Mrs. Cordrey Is establishing an Ideal Taber' all tho masses. This monov is store for women and children, includ Mrs, Ben Brulngton and daughter, used by tho Popo of Homo in ing the best millinery for both, also Margaret Lee, visited her parents, expenses for tho propadresses, luigene and novelties for Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. D. LeGrand, Sunday. gation of tho faith. es and girls. Mr. Paul ' I'.ulett, of McQuady, and Fathor Ilonry preached a very A new line of winter shoes, Over- Mrs. Alta Bruner were married Sunshoes and Rubber Boots have arrived day evening at the home of the bride's eloquent sermon tit tho high mass ...PERMANENT... and are being sold at the old prices. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bruner, the lust Sunday of man's love to God, Come In and 1st Rev. Chas. KInneson olllciatlng. No war prices here. Their and of loving his noighbor as himus show you. J. H.Brown. friends wish them a long and happy self, and tho sumo was attentively Sam Rice, of Irvington, who has married life. listened to and carried homo with Office Hours: Js&'Kftrin. Al",o"IS.r?B,,n" Inliitii; Kj. been on a visit to his brother W. B. deep consideration. Want ads are sure winners Rice, Portland Oregon, returned Sat Wanted Ewes WANTKIl M irood ewes. A. Stephensport. Ky. Every department best in years. The ensboro Elks, over 300 strong, are working to make this fair unprecedented. Write for cata- Stock Farm SAt.K Stock farm, 111) ami, orchard, FOll Improren ents and otrrlusllnit water) :i miles (rom railroad. Address J. K. West. Koutel. Ilardlnslmri:, Ky. For Sale e. nc..,chcr,4ff4fc,f Sleeve is better than ;.r,Ii. Qifj.fashjong QpCn sleeve and there arc more. L ...I... ime n I .. i wny raiuiu liuttona up ntntly. oarni In win- - 1st wear. It is clo.-c-il nnd will not rip or soil the under- - " Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist 2-- R DELICIOUS FOOD for Quick Lunches Meats, shirtshs NOLTE & BRO. Price 50c WE INVITE YOU Fascinating Millinery :: eJ. Funeral Director and Embalmer Hardinsburg, Ky. at this streets. X. HOBEN at at 1 Mrs. J.T. Jones 1 Mail Order Denartment 1 H f ( I nd I H KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY I DR. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST ,1 FALL OPENING! Stop! Read! Think! A New Line of High-Gra- de BEST STORIES OF THE BIG WAR; NCIDENTS OUT Picturesque and Dramatic Scenes on Europe's Battlefields. a paragraph In L. Insurance'Office C TAUL OF THE ORDINARY tumorous Side Lights on Great Struggle Found In the News. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, 10, 1914 Fall Goods Offered Insurance. Old Reliable at Reduced Prices! I I I lb. can of Pork and Beans 9c, 3 for 25c. Tomatoes 9c, 3 for 25c. Prelate Salmon 9c each. 30 cent Coffee at 24c. 25 cent Coffee at 23c. 20 cent Coffee at 18c. Soda, 3 pounds for 5c. Flour, Hob White, 24 lb. sack for 64c; barrel $5.00. Snow Drift, 24 lb. sack 69c; barrel $5.40. International Stock Food, 50c box for 37c; 25c box for 19c. 7 Cakes Cleaneasy Soap for 25c. Special prices on iMeat and Lard. 3 3 lb can of Calico 5 cents per yard. Outing Cloth 10c value for 8 All 50c values in Men's Fleeced Lined Underwear and Women's Union Suits go at 42c. l-- 2c. SHOES values at $3.10; $3.25 values at $2.85; $3 values at $2.70; $2.50 values at $2.20; $2.00 values at $1.85; $1.75 values at $1.59. Women's and Children's Shoes, $3.25 values $2.70; $2.25 values $1.90; $2 values $1.75; $1.75 values $1.50; $1 .65 values $ 1 .40; $1 .50 values $1 .30; $1.40 values $1.25; $1.25 values 99c. Men's Shoes, $4 values at $3.40; $3.50 GLOVES $1.50 values at $1.39; $1.25 values at $1.10; $1 values at 89c; 75c values at 69c; 50c values at 43c. One lot at 99 cents per pair. I I I e si I I I c. m These are only a few of the many bargains I will have to offer. Call and see me and you will find it will save you money to make this store your headquarters. Now don't forget the days only. time and placeOctober 7, 8, 9, 10--Fo- ur W. BARNES Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander. Kev. C. L. llruington is in Cecilian Garfield, Ky. The Smithman Literary Society (named in honor of the teacher, Miss Maud Smith) held a very enthusiastic meeting Friday afternoon. The colors of the society are black and gold. The pins have been ordered. Miss Emma Gray spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCoy and children spent Sunday in Irvington with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Handy. Uaynes, of Mook, Miss Maryaret has cone to Kansas to teach in a Bible School. The Children's Missionary Society of the Ephesus church held a meeting Chamberlain's Liniment. If you are ever troubled with aches. Saturday afternoon with Master Ray- pains or soreness of the muscles, you mond Crume. will appreciate the good qualities of Many suf Mrs. Field Tucker and son are at Chamberlain's Liniment. ferers from rheumatism and sciatica home from a visit to Irvinyton. have used it with the best results. It The Woman's Missionary Society of is especially valuable for lumbago and the Baptist church will meet at the lame back. For sale by all dealers. church Saturday after noon at two o'clock. Play Thursday Night at Mrs. Ruth E. Jones and Mrs. Henry Irvington Big Crowd Wanted Hunt, of Lawrence Mass, have moved to Kingswood where they expect to Under the auspicrs of the School Imduring the school term. provement League, of Irvington, the Mrs. John File, of Mook, has gone to Young Peoples' Club of Guston will Louisville for a visit to her son, Henry present the play, "The Village Post Pile. Olllce," at Irvington on the evening of A little girl, Mildred came last Mon- October 1, at 8:30 o'clock. Admission, day morning to make her home with 2."i cents; children under I'-- years, Lie. re-ti- de The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that then- - Is at least one holding a protracted meeting. dreaded disease Unit science has been that Is Miss Jennie Payne was in Hardins-bur- g able to cure In all Its stuees. andthe only Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is positive cure now known to the medical Wednesday. fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional requires a J H. Glasscock, traveling salesman disease, Hall's Catarrhconstitutional treatment. Cure Is taken Infor Stock Food Co, and Walter Henn-inger- , ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there&. Co, were by destroying the foundation of the disfor A. Wahking ease, and Riving tlm patient strength by calling on the merchants Friday. building up the constitution nnd assisting Mrs. Percy Macy visited her mother, nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powMrs. Kobert Norton, at West View last ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send week for list of testimonials. Addrm: P. J. C1IKNKY A CO.. Toledo. O. Misses Isabel Moorman and Bessie Sold by all Drueelita. 76c. Take Hall's Family I'ltls for constipation. B. Weatherford attended the foot ball game at Hardlnsburg Saturday afternoon between the High School and d of the proceeds goes to the Leltchfield teams. School Improvement League, the s will be used by the One-thirtwo-third- $100 Reward, $100 Young Peoples' Club for the support of a foreign missionary. sia and A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepconstipation, weakens the whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c per box) act mildly on the liver and bowels. At all drug stores. THEY Garrison WERE READY FOR IT cw5 ic ticnlnca fnr nc tt nullI iaiiv nrr nnfrirm t.J tVm mamt V(l MO IIOVIVIM itvtvmiwii r VUU lilt It J reasons why you should have your coal hoiibcs filled early. We have sovoral dilicrcnt grade!! of coal varying in price from 1) cents to 30 cents per bushel. We can furnien you the following named brands of coal: Tr. V U W 1 COAL W ( BEECH CREEK LUMP, EGG or NUT of the Modlin Fortress Brought Down a Zeppelin. Warsaw special: A Zeppelin was shot down and Its crew of German officers and air scouts was captured Sunday after a futile attack upon the Modllu fortres3. Previously the balloon had dropped two bombs near the station of the railroad to Kalisc. Only one of these exploded and the damage was slight. The garrison of .Modllu had made carerul preparation to receive any German aircraft, (inns had been trained and ranges ascertained. When the Zeppelin ventmeil within range It was made the target of concentrated Are. Within five minutes its envelop was pierced and it fluttered to earth. Those of the crew still ulive were made prisoners. A dispatch from Ilaslo says a raid of the British aviators on the hangar, at Dusseldorf resulted in a Zeppelin airship being Injured to an unknown extent and a large machinery workshop destroyed. (which is mined in Muhlenburg county) BASKETT LUMP or NUT GAINES BLOCK (Fordsville Ky.) RAILEY BLOCK, (Hawesville, Ky.) FAMOUS NEWMAN LUMP FIRST POOL PITTSBURGH LUMP ROUMANIAN IRE AROUSED May Abandon F'ollcy of Neutrality and Enter the War Game. Homo special: The Itoumaniaii, minister In Koine says that Italy and Koumanlu are now thoroughly In accord and that their policy regarding the war will be the same. It Is reported that Houmanla may abandon her policy of neutrality and declare war Please ask for prices on any of the above for immediate delivery. against Austria. We have a complete line of feed stulT 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. Italian Activities. special: The minister of marine has nearly tripled the number of workers employed In the state arsenals and a similar Increase has been made In the private arms manufactories which supply the government Rome Cumberland 'Phone. Office at Depot. Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Heston, Whitworth & Co., Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. For burns, scalds, cuts and emergencies. All druggists sell it. 23c and 60c. Now k the time to subscribe the war ed lay all about, and mixed with them were wounded horst which struggled and screamed lu ngony. But in spite courage In battle, und many a of nil wc held on. I do not think we humorous Incident relieves the grim were afraid at nil." picture of the awful conflict Bravery Under Fire. "The most romantic, dramntic and In the orders of the day made public pluunnt episode that modern war can show," says a naval lieutenant In de- at Bordeaux numerous cases of bravery scribing an episode in the Helgoland arc cited. Private Philips of the Second batfight His letter reads as follows: "The Defender, having sunk an ene- talion of riflemen during tho battle ran my, lowered a wliuler to pick up her out under Arc to his captain, who was swimming survivors. Before the whal- mortally wounded, and brought him In. the Private er got back nn enemy's cruiser came firing Philips went eight times togive Hue under violent shelling to up nnd chased the Defender, nnd thus water to the wounded, nnd he nlso asshe abandoned her whaler. "Imagine their feelings alone in an sisted his commandant to roily riflemen dispersed by the enemy's fire. open boat without food, twenty-fivOf nil the wounded patients the best, miles from the nearest land and that say the doctors lu the military hospinothland the enemy's fortress, with tals lu Paris, arc the Turkos. There is ing but fog and foes around tlicml no limit to the pain they can endure. "Suddenly a swirl alongside and up, Spartan Women. If you please, pops his Britannic majopens his conesty's submarine Among the victims of the bnttle of ning tower, tnkes them nil on board, Gumblnueii were the two grandsons of shuts up again, dives nnd brings them the famous Itusslan journalist, Katkoff. homo 2."i0 miles!" It is related that when Mme. Katkoff was told her sons had fallen her Small Boy Saves Family. first words were: Theodore Tnperzer, nine years old, "Have we won the battle?' of Philadelphia arrived at the otllces Told yes, she said: Aineilcnn relief committee in of the "Then I don't regret my sons' death, London in charge of u Hungarian wid- since they were useful to their counow and her six children, whom he had try." brought all the way from Budapest. Igunz lielslng and his wife, Sophie From the Hungarian capital this boy Beislng. peasants residing In Gelscl-bachud acted as guide and interpreter of Bavaria, sent their six sons and the fatherless family. Into the war. When three relTnpereor, who had been visiting the soldiers went out someliody asked atives in Hungary, started to come their mother why she did not cry like out alone. At the railroad station In the other women present "I wait till Budapest he met a family whose fa- I have real caue for thnt," she ther, now dead, had been a naturalized American citizen. He took the Mrs. Vanderbilt Washes Dishes. Hungarian mother und her children A caller at the American Ilcd Cross under his care. On his arrival in Lon don the boy drew a draft on his father hospital lu Purls found Mrs. W. K. in Philadelphia, which was promptly Vniiderliilt washing dishes in the sculHe lery. No work is too trivial for the sohonored by the relief committee. then acted as interpreter for the wid- ciety leader. Paris reports, nnd her ow while she told her story and se- name Is blessed in the lted Cross cured aid from the committee, after world. A wounded Prussian officer was takwhich he attended to the securing of en to a Petrograd hospital, where a steamship passage for his charges. nurse carefully dressed his wounds. Feat of Lone Swordsman. The following day he ascertained that George Audre, France's foremost all the nurse was none other than the around athlete, has beeu decorated grand duchess Olga Alexandrovan, the with the military medal and promoted czar's sister. to be a sergeant, according to the OffIt is reported from Kiev that Princess Helena Georglevna, duchess of icial Gazette, for a great feat of galMeuchtcnburg. aud Princess Marina lantry. Andre, who holds the hundred me- Petrovna have entered the hospitals nt ters world's record, while fighting In Fokrovsky convent at Kiev nnd start Lorraine with a company was sur- ed work among the wounded. rounded by a large German detachTried to Eat Boots. ment The athlete, sweeping his heavy Scores of wounded Germans are ar sword urouud his head like a flail, slew many Germans who were gather- riving at Dieppe from Senlls. Many of them were a week in the field withed around the standard. He captured the standard and re- out food. One poor fellow said they gained the French Hues at his sprint- had eateu grass and even attempted to eat their straps aud boots. They had er's gait under a hail of bullets. no emergency rations and were nearly Twenty Against 200. mnd with thirst. La Liberte of Paris relates nn inciOddities In the War News. dent on the battlefield at Complegne The Austrians report that Russians In which a French lieutenant and nine- have done great execution with ma teen cuirassiers attacked 200 dragoons chine guns mounted In trees, which is of the German imperial guard and a novelty in the style of mounting dashed right through them. They con- guns. tinued the light in the streets of Itemy Two Americans arrived at Ostcnd and finally reached Paris after a sc- battered and haggard, but wherever escapes. ries of hairbreath Three of they met Germans the waving of the the nineteen were killed, and live were big American passport secured them made prisoners. The others passed politeness, they declared. through the German lines in disguise. At Sottcgehein they came upon some The party had dismounted at a farm German officers In a wayside tavern outside Itemy at 10 o'clock at night A lieutenant called for a song in Eng wheu they were cut off by a squadrou lish. One of the Americans obliged of the imperial guard. The lieutenant with "You Made Me Love You. consulted his men, aud all agreed to Didn't Want to Do It" try to break through the enemy. The The lieutenant then said, "It you guard gave way before their Impetu- come from Brussels you must be hunous cries, und the fight was continued gry." in tho streets of Itemy, where thirty Tho officer disappeared nnd return of the enemy were slain. ed with arms ludeu with ten pounds of butter and a hundred eggs. Escaped In Disguise. The United States diplomatic service. Unfortunately the little bund got sep- now u sort of bandy man fornll naarated. One entered a bouse aud con- tions In Kurope, has been asked by a cealed himself behind n pile of wood. circus agency to llnd "Teddy Bobs," Another, after dismounting and killing a Briton, in Germuuy. If the fact he three of the opponents, jumped over a Is eight feet tall aud lame In the left garden wall and hid. The others got leg does not aid in finding him. It Is Into other bouses. expected his appetltu will, for he Is In all cases the fugitives put on one of the most prodigious cateiB In civilian clothes and remained hidden Kurope, and If not found win am nis for two days while the Germans kept country by reducing Germany's food searching for them. The lieutenant supply. was found lu a marsh with two ribs Germans Sob; French Stoics. broken aud his shoulder out of Joint. There Is one marked difference, whol He was taken Into a factory and was dressed as an overseer, and eventually, ly psychological, between the German with the help of safe conduct tho and the French wounded, who ure conwhole eleven passed through the ene- stantly arriving at Bordeaux, writes a correspondent. my's lino and got to Paris. Physically there Is little difference In a trench outside the village of four dead Ger- between the Geruuiu wounded soldier man soldiers were found sitting with being carried by nnd his wouuded French antagonist In u nearby cot the playing cards in their hands. A shell burst over them and killed bullet or shrapnel has torn the German's flesh no more cruelly than It has II during u game of pinochle. torn the Frenchman. "Snowstorm of Shells." But almost all the German prisoners "It was a snowstorm of shells," oue are suffering extremely from uervous Therefore the popular loldlcr snld of a recent engagement exhaustion. "We went forward, however. A shell opinion of the otitlunder of the charac fell a few paces from me and throw teristics of the two Is wholly reversed. Tho French wounded, instead of yp a great column of earth, which covered me, getting Into my eyes and showing signs of uervous excitement mouth. Then wo came under the ma- are comparatively culm, whereas the chine gun tire. This was really terri- wouuded among the Germans, despite ble. Wo seemed to be In a furnace. their reputed stoicism, spend the great The bullets screamed by and made er part of their waking hours sobbing fearful ravages. The dead and wound- - plteously. n story from abroad MANY Itself, telling of Isdauntless e E-s.ons-ln-la1 Nanteuil-le-HaudouIn Companies Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bos Meets all Trains Hardlnsburg, : Ky. 1 oliaoizzailollolfollcjopllo We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. HI 4 m.mi,viiiiM:vjsj Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Mc. all packages flrst-cla- ssor over. Work guaranteed Prompt deliveries In sanitary packages. Will credit you upon reference. Write for lniormatlon. lletter. still, send trial bundle. Office.: 625 W. Jefferson St. LOUISVILLE. KY. 41 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We pay the postage, both. ways on Methodist Ministers Delightfully Entertained. The ministers to the Annual Methodist Conference in Louisville were entertained delightfully. Friday afternoon they were given an automobile ride over the city and other pleasant social features were given in their honor. Ministers of interest to Breckenridge county people were guests in the following hospitable homes : The Rev. D. M. Currie, Central City; Keith P. Snyder, 119 East Burnett The Rev, A. D. Davis Kingswood; P. Hack, 16I4 West Oak. The Rev. M. L. Dyer, Hardlnsburg; Prof. W. H. Pritchett, 4555 Third. The Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Frank, Cloverport; J. E. Weatherholt, Date. 2122 The Rev. II. E. Jarboe. Stephensport ; The Rev. and Mrs. Geo. H. John, Greenville; The Rev. G. W. Dennis, 2002 W. Broadway. The Rev. P. A. Kasey, Brandenburg; W. T. Baker, 4725 South Third. The Rev. Dr. J. W. Meador, Custer; Dr. C. B. Petrie, 1310 Cherokee Road. The Rev. J. I.. Murrell, Lewisport; Mrs. S. S. Moore, 104 East Broadway. The Rev. C A. Penick, Irvington; C. B. Petrie, 1310 Cherokee Road. The Rev. R. O. Penick, Big Spring; A. G. Stith, 2123 Speed. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Rushing, Klizabethtown; L. Meyers, 2603 Greenwood. The Rev. S. J. Thompson, Owensboro; J. B. Render, 920 South Twenty-eightMrs. T. J. Wade, Irvington; Mrs. C. J. Severs, 829 South First. The Rev. P. L. King, Smith's Grove; Lewis Root, 1725 West Jefferson. The Rev. F. E. Lewis, Scottsville; The Rev. G. E. Faskett, 110 Wellington. The Rev. G. P. Dillon, Greenville; Mrs. Phil Krebs, 1223 Garvin. The Rev. E. F. Goodson, Morganfield; William Locke, 2916 Montgomery. Acute Indigestion. was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute Indigestion, followed 1 "I by constipation," writesJMrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried ev- -. erythlng that was recommended to me for tbis complaint but nothing did me much good nntll about four months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a bottle of them from our druggist. I soon realiied that I bad gotten the right thing for they helped me at once. Since taking two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all dealers. luyt Thomas A P ay. of Lyddan, Webster, was-ove- r of Rough Monday and bought a nice pony from Greeri Bre at the Falls for bit daughter. WAKES PEACE FOR UP PRAYERS CHURCH SUGGESTED SERVICES OCT. . THE LIVER. puts the liver in tone to perform its proper functions, giving new life, new vigor and strength to the entire system. Read what a prominent Texas farmer writes of April 7, 1014. "I take pleasure in saying for publication that by the use of I have been cured of a disease which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Bllliousness, Stomach and Liver Trouble, Constipation and resulting complications and commend its use to all like iufferers. J. H. Brewer," A. II. Cain, Witness. A harmless vegetable compound guaranteed to relieve all liver troubles; wonderful, quick and happy in results, having no nauseating, weakening effects like calomel. Sold in 50c and 1 bottles. Buy from druggists or from Medicine ComLebanon pany, Lebanon, Tenn. Kincheloe's Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. 4 Opposite Union Station Petitions to the Almighty to Put an End to War of the Nations. WILSON IkivIdr Day Set For That Purpose by President Wilson In Proclamation. wounded, by the tears of tho widow, by tho bowed head of the aged and the desolation of little children, may we atone, O God. Out of our anguish bring peace. With our blood, If It must be, quench the Arcs of hatred forever. Let a new love be born, a love never yet known on the earth the great lovo ot a people for a people, of strong nation for strong nation, the chivalry of the strong to the weak, the trust of tho weak In the strong. Give peace In our time, O God. Give peace In our time, O God. May our prayers go up before thee continually until they become one voice, tho voice of all nations. O Father of mankind, have mercy upon us for thy mercy's sake. Amen. ate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Clovcrport Bath $1.50 Business Men and Shoppers O God, who hast mado of one blood all nations ot men to dwell on all the tivce of the earth, and who In thy holy word hast taught us that One Is our Father, ever. God, and that all we ore brethren, w pray thee In this dark hour of International strife that thou wilt open the eyes of the people and those who In thy name aro Intrusted with the authority of governance to see and understand their right and true relation to theo and through thee to one another. Teach them by thy spirit that hatred and violence are not strength, but weakness: that the true safeguarding ot a nation is not to be found In weapons of war, but In those eternal principles which make for righteousness and truth and brotherhood and peace. Give to those who shall suffer in the war which Is raging now the consolations of thy grace. Heal the sick, comfort the wounded, minister to the dying and bind up the broken heart. Bring, we pray thee, to a speedy end this International strife and hasten tho time when peace shall flourish out of the earth and all shall dwell together In unity and love and war shall be no more. We ask It In the name of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen! appointing PRESIDENT 1. as a day of prayer and requested "all God fearing persons" to unite nt their respective places of worship in supplication to Almighty God to restore concord among the nations now at war, the federal council of the churches of Christ In America and the Church Peace union unite In recommending that the president's proclamation le read In every church and that the whole day lie given to Intercession for the purposes named by the president Among the prayers for peace suggested for the day Is this one by Bishop David H. Greer of New York: SCIENCE'S LATEST POLAR WEAPONS New Devices Defend't. 'S SALE. Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Allen R Klncheloe, Pit' ft.-AB!,tnS' p M. Barton, J Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Iireckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 11)14, in the above cause, for the sum of $(.00. Oo (six hundred dollnrf), with interest at the rate of C per cent, per annum from the 31st day of October, 1000, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to otter for sale at the Court House door in Hardlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the l'Jth day of October, I9I4, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Circuit Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, Two tracts of land lying in Iireckenridge county, Ky., on the waters of. Lost Run Creek and bounded and described as follows: t: Unity, Peace and Concord. the destiny of men and nntlons, we bow before thee in shame nnd humiliation that the passions, the follies, tho blindness, the wickedness, of men should strike athwart thy purpose that thy kingdom should come and thy will be done In earth as In heaven. We beseech thee In thine infinite mercy to shorten the agony of the nations In deadly strife. Soon may the sword be sheathed, and may the hands tha. are lifted against c.ich other In war soon clasp each other In lasting friendship. Out of the encircling gloom ot war may thy light shine, and may men see more clcaily than ever before that In thy peaco and thine obedience Is the weal of the nations as well as the rest ot the soul. We Implore thee on behalf of the men Ip the Held, of nil the nations engaged In strife, liven while they are bravely doing their duty to their countries may they remember that they are Christian men and that the honor of their religion as well as of their country Is In tliclr keeping. May those who fall In the field fall as men whoso quenchless faith is in the "Captain of their salvation." For thoso who are wounded we pray that kind hearts and gentle nnd skillful hands may minister to them am) soon restore them to health uml strength. "Before Thee In Shame." From the Christian World Pulpit: Father of mankind. In whoso hands Pharmacy. Is Carried by the Shackleton Expedition. London's Moated House. The bishop of London Inhabits the only montiMl house In London. The UNIQUE MOTOR SLEDGES. grounds of Kullmn palace, thirty-fivncre In extent, are entirely surrounded by n moat constructed by the Pan Ish army which encamped here in S70 Two of the Five Taken on Antarctic According to n local historian, "the Quest Have Air Propellers Enough Panes as winter came on found the Specially Prepared Food Packed In high tides encroaching seriously on Sausage Skins to Last Through the their podtlon. mid not liking to leave 1,700 Mile Trip. Ihe river mid run the risk of being cut olT from their ships they threw up a Air propelled motor sledges mounted bank with n ditch along the river on tlat runners like skis form the main think of their army and further furtl reliance of the antarctic expedition lied their position by carrying the headed by .Sir Krncst Shncklctuii. camp. The which Is on its way to explore the ditch round the whole Danish army gone. It was not likely great continent that surrounds the that nny bishop would go to the ex- Miuth pule. A writer In Popular Mechanics declares that In tills and many STRIKING USE OF FLOUNCING. pense of filling up tho moat." The Is now regulated by sluice gates other respects the expedition is better Machine embroidery flouncing In col- t till t during the episcopacy of Bishop ciilppeil with modern devices than ors on a cotton crape Is beautifully de- King, who was appointed In loll. any previous body of polar explorers veloped In this afternoon frock for a London Chronicle. has ever been. fashionable summer toilet. The vogue Details of food supply, shelter and for ribbon Is indicated In the skirt and provisions fur the general health and Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. the sash, which is draped generousl "My attention was first called to comfort of tho members of the party down the back. have been worked out with scientific Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarcare, tested lu the snowflclds of northrhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ern Norway und pronounced perfect. Important to All Women ago. At that time I was seriously ill l'ive motor sledges will be taken. Readers of This Paper. with summer complaint. One dose of One of those has a llfty-llv- e horsepowthis remedy ichecked the trouble," er giiMillue engine, another a forty Thousands upon thousands of women writes Mts. C. W. Floreuce, Rnckfield, horsepower. These two havo air propellers, but fur use against head winds have kidney or bladder trouble and Ind. For sale by all dealers. they are also equipped with positive never suspect It. drive mechanism in the form of toothA SOLAR ECLIPSE. Women's complaints often prove to ed drums attached at t lie rear to enbe nothing else but kidney trouble, or exWhen Totality Occurs Nature Takes on gage the lee anil snow. In the the result of kidney or bladder disease. tremely low temperatures of the antan Awesome Aspect. It the kidneys tire not in a healthy arctic the snow becomes as loose ns A total eclipse uf the miii Is a woncondition, they may cause the other or- eclipse Is but dry sand, so these sledges are mounted derful sight. Where the j gans to become diseased. partial the dl-- l; of the moon will on tlat, skilike runners to prevent them You may suffer a great deal with pain creep across the face of the sun little from stalling. Result of a Seven Day Test. feelings, by little, but will never completely obin the back, bearing-dowIll a seven day test In Norway one scure the nib Rut where "totality" headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes vou nervous, irri- occurs the .sun sit :i given moment will of these air propelled sledges, carrying six men, towed another sledge table and may be despondent; it makes be entirely obliterated and the lnhabl pounds and carrying two tauts of the region-- . Memos which the weighing any one so. perceive the men, at a speed of from tlfteeu to But hundreds of women claim that black hand will stretch will wonderful phenomenon known to twenty miles an hour. Only a thirty by restoring most Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, of the "coin horsepower motor was used Instead of astronomers the health to the kidneys, proved to be just na" of the sun the larger ones that have since been the remedy needed to overcome such Great, waves of Incandescent g:is Installed, with which a speed of twenty-tconditions. of miles long, wo miles an hour up a 10 per cent hundreds of thou-anA good kidney medicine, possessing reaching out from the sun Into the grade with three men on board bus real healing and curative value, should elher. will be perceived. The country- been made. Two other sledges have the positive be a blessing to thousands of nervous, side will take on a sinister, night grn. color, and tints of nature will pale mm drive only and are expected to cover women. Many send for a sample bottle to see deaden as tit twilight, the temperature ihoiit llfty miles- a day each as against birds, bethe "." to 100 miles of the nero sledges what Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney, will diminish sensibly, the come, will cease their The engines of these are water cooled, Liver and Bladder Remeiy will do for lieving night has song seek their nests. A person nnd the water Jackets are piped to them. Every reader of this paper, who who and uever seen tills strange mani- steam cooking appliances, so that food has has not already tried it, by enclosing festation or nature cannot form any may be hpaled while on the march. ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Scientifically Devised Rations. Idea ot Its awesome aspect. N. Y., may receive sample size This eclipse is a recurring phonom-cnoii- . The food problem of the Shackleton bottle by Parcel Post. You can purAt the end of every period of expedition Is ;i particularly dllticiilt chase the regular fifty-ceand eighteen years and eleven days the line. Kim xl supplies for the entire jourmoon comes between the earth and ney of WO miles from Weddell sea to size bottles at all drug stores. the sun at Just such an nngle that tho the pole nnd Sim) miles from the pole sun's light Is completely shut off from to lioss sea must he taken along, KITCHEN SINKS. u portion of the world and partially whereas most polar explorers are nble a much larger part.-N- ew to make caches of food for use on the oft They Are Low Yet Btcause They Had shut Yorkfrom World. return Journey. So a scientifically deto Be Low Originally. vised ration, on which tho members of In a recent Issue of the Survey the party have already subsisted for question why kitchen sinks have been Whenever You Need a Oeneral Tonic the days at a time, has iH'en prepared and Take Grove's No one mado so low was discussed. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless enough of it packed In sausage skins Finally a seemed able to explain. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a fureasiertraiisportatlon to last through certain maker discovered that tho orig- General Tonic because it contains the the 1.700 mile trip. inal sinks were mado when tho wash- well known tonic properticsof QUININE Kncli man will receive thirty-siing of dishes and other sink work was nd IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ounces of food daily, instead of the high sides. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and done In wooden tubs with three pounds which Is the nverage conSuch a tub when used lu n high sink Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. sumption. In this will be six ounces came up too far, so tho sink was made of lard, four ounces of sugar and two low. Furthermore, ns running water DOLLARS. A BILLION ounces of u mixture of dried milk, proand fixed faucets had not long been tein and oats. The rest of the ration made, the tub had to bo lifted out of The Time It Would Take an Expert o consists of Brazil nuts, almonds nnd tho sluk and tho lower tho sluk the Count Them Singly. beechnuts mixed with oil and dried lighter tbe lift 1 wonder ir we realize when we tall-- : milk. The fat content ot tho ration Through Improvements In faucets, of a bllllou dollars what mi enormous Is larger thnii the normal for temper-utother accessories of sum of money It means? dlshpans and climates, since the low temperakitchen sinks havo been made no one We all know how rapidly an expert ture will place a severe strain on the hag seemed to realize that the' sink counter of coins will manipulate them. bent producing elements ot the body, could be Improved by raising. So You can scarcely follow the motion of which can only be kept up to normal women were und are compelled to bis fingers us ho shifts the coins from by plenty of fill foods. enduro discomfort when doing their one pllu to another und counts them. ordinary household work. Tho treasury experts will count 4.000 "There may bo a certain tierccntage silver dollars In nu hour and keep It UNCLE SAM SOCKS ABROAD. of Inconvenience to bo reached beforo up ull day long, but that Is their limit Working eight hours a day. theii, na Patterned After the American Flag the human mind grasps the fact that and Sold In London. 0 something must be altered," remarks export counter of coins will count Socks patterned after tho design of stiver dollars In a day, but bow the Journal of tho American Medical long will It take him at that rato to the American (lag lire on sala In Lonassociation. don. One purveyor asserted that these Thlrty-ondays. "Tho wise inventor attains a reputa- count $1,000,0007 But that Is only tho beginning of the Uncle Sam socks were meant to estabtion for brilliancy by making his Invention before tho need becomes ob- measurements of great figures, for if lish the Identity ot Americans going this same man were to go on counting ou continental missions. vious to others." Stripes run from top Co bottom of liver dollars at the same rato of speed for ton years be would find that ho had the socks, with the exception of three How To Olve QulalM To Children. only counted 100,000,000 of thorn and rows of stars ou a bluo Held just above name given to so FKBRILINE Is the that to count $1,000,000,000 would re- the ankle. It was nrgued by one Improved Quinine. It Is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas-stuerchunt that no passport would to take sod docs not disturb tbe stomach. quire 102 years of steady work at the Is Quinine. Children take It sad sever know it rate of eight hours a dor during every be needed tor the wearer of such a Also especially sdspted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor wirlfhr (lav nt arnrv ass of the 103 creation. Iov shoes must bo worn to csum nervousness nor ringing la the bead. Try years. O. P. Austin, IToraier CkteC of get the proper effect It the next time jrou need OuTulae for say t. Ask for bounce original Back, Tht CMattoUea. msm ntMUUNK U blows la B0Ui. seats. e wa-ten dover-worke- d Ring-hatnto- n, nt one-doll- ar x e 32,-00o trade-mirk plau-siblu Bur-pos- oak on a public road leading to Harned, thence S. 66 E. .'0 poles to a white oak near a spring on side of said road, thence N. 71 K. 30 poles to a black oak, thence S. 60j E. 42 poles to a red oak on a branch, thence N. 11 E. US poles 10 two wime oaks, thence N. SO W. 4H . poles to a white oak, thence N, 10S poles to three white oaks, thence (( poles to a small red oak. N. O5 George Payne's corner; thence with his line S. 12 W. ISO poles to a post oak, V, 40 poles to the begin- thence S. 26-E- First Tract: Beginning at a white cially those now engaged In warfare, unity, peaco nnd concord. Almighty God, we, pray that it may please thee to deliver us from all evil and mischief, from plaguo, pestilence and famine, from battle and murder and sudden death. May emperors, kings, presidents, servo the King of kings. We remember our representatives In state and civic affairs and pray that In all parliaments, councils and nsspmbllcs of men this day the dlvlno Ideas of Justice, truth, peace, temperance and purity be had in honor, through Jesus Christ our Lord. O God, who nlono canst order the unruly wills and affection of sinful men, wo beseech thee so to guide tho hearts of thy servants to whom thou hast given the responsibilities of government that u way may be found for the speedy restoration of Just and honorable peace amongst all nations. We ask It In the name of Jesus Phrlst ntir Lord. Have mercy. O Lord, upon all the wounded and the suffering. Let thy grace Do tncir comiori, amiougii nuiurui menus be far away. liaise them to health if It be good, but chiefly give them such faith and patience that they may glorify thee upon earth and, escaping safe from the assaults of Satan, may rest In peace nnd rise to partake of thy glory, through our Lord. O Lord Jesus, who hast said "Inasmuch as ye do It unto one of the least ot these my brethren ye do it unto me," look upon those of thy servants who have been called by thee to tend the sick, the suffering and the wounded. Give them patience and tenderness, wisdom and truthfulness and the special guidance of thy Holy Spirit in their work, so that they may faithfully minister to those to whom thou shalt send them, in thee and for thee. And may they be found worthy at the last to receive thy eternal reward, for thine own merit's sake. The following litany has been preWe would pray for all who are taken pared by the Rev. W. T. Manning of prisoners that they may be kept and treated by captors who will remember Trinity church. New York: our enemies, and bade Almighty God. we pray that It may him who captor us lovethe captives as they treat please thee to give to all nations, espe- may the The Bivine Injunction. themselves wish to be treated. For those whose hearts will bleed and whose homes will be shadowed by the loss of loved nncs. most merciful Father, we would especially pour out our fervent petitions. In their sorrow may they feel that the compassionato Saviour is very near and very dear to them, and may their greatest comfort be in him who said, "I am the Resurrection and the Life: because I live ye shall live also." Grant, O Heavenly Father, all wisdom to our rulers and governors, that they may wage war with the desire to effect a speedy and a lasting peace, when those who are now our enemies shall be again our friends, and may this war be the last between nations who call themselves Christian and who are all members of the one great family of tho common Father. We would offer a last petition for those who In our own and other countries are called upon to suffer hardship through the interruption of peaceful Industry. Grant them the graco of patience. Open the hearts and the hands of the stewards of thy wealth that they may help to the utmost of their power their less fortunate brothers and sisters. May our nation at this time be a united family, cheerfully bearing one another's burdens, and so fulfilling the law of Christ We ask all In his name and for his sake. Amen. uiuk, kuuimuiug ooyi 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 iosi Kun at a stone, thence in a southerly direction down the drv 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 Pvle white oak corner; thence with Pyle's line to G. w . t'ayne's corner on Bald Knob, thence with Payne's line to the beginning, containing 50 acres, more or less, anci is the same land conveyed to the defendant by W. M. McCormack. by deed dated October 31, I9O6, and recorded in the Iireckenridge County Court Clerk's office in Deed Book . Or sufficient thereof to at page produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved suretv or securities, must txecute bond, bearing legal interest trom the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect ot a replevian bond. I.ein retained to secure pavment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt ly wiiii uiese terms. Appioximated debt, interest and cost. LEE WALLS. Commissioner. "Break Thou the Spell." Walter Rauschcnbusch, in prayers of the Social Awakening: cried to theo from the ground that drank it ths earth of thine has been defiled with the blood of man shed by his brother's hand, and the centuries sob with the ceaseless horror ot war. Ever the pride of kings and the covetousness of the strong lias driven peaceful nations to slaughter. Ever tho songs ot the past and the pomp of armies have been used to inflame the passions of the people. Our spirit cries out to theo in revolt against It, and wo know that our righteous anger is answered by thy holy wrath. Break thou the spell of the enchantments that mako the nations drunk with tho lust of battle and draw them on as willing tools of death. Grant us a quiet and steadfast mind when our own nation clamors for vengeance or aggression. Strengthen our sense of Justice and our regard for the equal worth ot other peoples and races. Grant to the rulers ot nations faith In the possibility of peaco through Justice and grant to the common people n new and stern enthusiasm for the causa of peace. Bless our fcoldlers nd sailors for their swift obedience and their willingness to answer to the call of duty, but Inspire them none the less with a hatred ot war, and may they never for love ot private glory or advancement provoke Its coming. May our young men still rejoice to die for their country with the valor ot their fathers, but teach our age nobler methods ot matching our strength and moro effective ways of giving our life for the flag. O thou strong Father ot all nations, draw all thy great family together with an Increasing sense ot our common blood and destiny, that peaco may come on earth at last and thy sun may shed Its light rejoicing on a holy brotherhood of peoples. Telephone In His Mausoleum. O Lord, since first the blood of Abel T. Dr. J. H. Lee, of Rome, was in town Saturday-- Mrs. A. J. guest of Mrs. week. Rev. Gross, of Holt, was the V. G. Pumphrey last Privileges We Enjoy.' Heavenly Father, we pray thee that we may feel the shame with all Christians that In spite of our Lord's own power and presence In this world such strife Is still possible; that our hearts may be touched with sympathy for all who Buffer and with the deslro to render our aid; that we may feel due thankfulness for the privileges we enjoy as citizens of this republic O Lord Jesus Christ, who Midst unto thy disciples, "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you," regard not our ins, but the faith of thy church, and grant to all thy children throughout the whole world that peace and unity which Is agreeable to thy will, who llvest and relgnest God. forever and ever. Tbe Lord bless us and keep us; the Lord make his face to shine upon us; the Lord lift up his countenance upon us and give us peace now arid forever. Amen. J, F. Winchell. of Ekton, was a recent visitor in our town. Mrs. F. C. Ferry, of Cloverpon, spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. E. H. Miller. Geo, McManama, of Cnlhoon, was in our midst last week. Mr. Pence, of Ohio, was the guest o Miss Zelma Lay several days last week. G, W. Payne was in Hardinsburg one day last week on business, L. P. Milner and Roy Bassett, of Union Star, was in town Wednesday. Born, to the wife of Evert Dowelt, on the Kith, a fine boy. Miss Lelah Hawkins and R, H. Ben uett attended Rlngling Bros, show at Owensboro. Mrs. E. J. Bandy left Monday for Owensboro where she expects to spend the winter with her brother, Samuel Moredock. Rev. H. E. Jarboe is in Louisville attending the district M. E. conference. Mrs. M. A, McCubbins, L. D. Pox and children, Mrs. II. A. Dutschke and children and R. A. Smith attended the show at Hardlnsburg, Van French, who has been In Florida tribes upon the earth and through the love of parents and children, of sisters and brothers, hast created in our hearts the love of our neighbor, give us, we beseech thee, that peace which the world cannot give. By our love for our own land, O Lord, for our own kin, for our own tongue, for our own laws, for our own faith, for our rulers and leaders, for the hearth and shrines, for the hills and streams of our country, let us know and understand the love of the stranger for the land of his fathers; let us honor that love and revere It even as we would have him honor ours. By thy mighty love. O Father, blot out all hatred from our hearts, all Insincerity and self seeking, all pride and vainglory, all desire for aught savd the welfare of the human family. Give to us the utter humility ot spirit which alone can discern hqw best to seek that universal welfare. None of us has clean hands, O Lord. We have all sinned before theo in times and ways without number. We have sought our own; we havo oppressed the helpless. In bitter pcnltenco we confess our sins; ws beseech theo to removo our transgressions from us. Suffer them no longer to come between us and the knowledge ot thy most holy will. Though It be that we must suffer, grant. O God. grant we beseech thee, that thy truth be net darkened on the earth. By tW Mines' fields and ruined cities, by tUM terrors U dtatb, by the agony of "Blot Ont All Hatred." Prayer prepared by Julia G. Wales: O God and Father of all tho nations ot men, who hast set us In families and Martin Sheets has ordered u telephone In bis now $8,000 mausoleum In the Highland Lawn (Indiana) cemetery. Ho will pay rent fur enough in advance always to cover a few mouths j beyond his death. Soino years ago. when Sheets bad a monument erected at the grave of his father, bo mado a statement of what ho paid for tho monument and tho amount It cost him cut In granite. To Don Cotton Qowns to Aid Plantar. Mrs. Aunlo Klncaid Dent of Ynzoo City, La., has appealed to women of the south to aid cotton planters by wearing cottou gowns. Moro than a scoro of New Orleans women noted tot their gowns have agreed to discard silks and One clothes for cotton. Tbe MYeauBt promises to be widespread. and other points in the South for the last two or three years, Is here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Dowell, of Union Star, spent Sunday with their son, O. Shively has almost recovered from a severe sprain of his ankle caused by being thrown from his horse. A series of meetings began at tht Baptist church Monday night, conducted by Rev. E. O. Cottrell, of Born, to the wife of II. S. English, on the 16th, a boy Logan Bland. W. Dowell. Dr. G. E. rt. 1 Special Collection of j MODEL HATS All the Newest Styles Made of Silk Velvet In small medium and large shapes, trimmed in ostrich fancies and the new metalic trimmings. PRICES FROM $3.00 TO $10.50 Tailored and Pattern Hats I. B. RICHARDSON GARFIELD ' KENTUCKY Judge Mercer and Miss Tida Mercer have been in Louisville visiting Mrs. I?. K. Sutton and attending the Conference. Miss Jennie Warficld, of Louisville, spent last week with her nunt, Mrs. Kingston, Vivian Ilnswell, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Ilnswell. Look for IUJAU1VS big millinery opening ad, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Scott, of Grccns-burInd., Arthur Scott, of Oklahoma City, and Miss Maggie Scott have returned to their homes after a short visit to relatives. Mr. John I). Shaw, cashier of the Partners' Hank, attended the Stale Hankers Convention at Lexington last week. J. W. Guthrie and sister, Mrs. Nnimie Shannon, have removed to Hiiulsville, Alabama. Mrs. Allen Kdelin has returned to her home in Ilurgin after n visit to her father, Mr. II. F. Heard. Rev. K. 11. Unglish, Mrs. Hnglish and children, after a visit to, relatives, have returned to their home in Iterca. Misses Anna and Ruth Kiucheloc arc at home from a visit to friends in Kr-tni- PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Patent 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 g, CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! It is best, costs no more than the rest why not use it? Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong WRITES OF HIS EXPERIENCES left Iouisville, accompanied by my wife, July n for Washington, Philadelphia. Atlantic City and New York. We to take stopped in this city lottn enouj-in the principal points of interest and sailed July 18 on the great steamer for Kurope. The Imperator is one of the largest steamers now afloat and large enough to lodge between 4000 It is a and 5000 passengers comfortably. floating palace, with every comfort that human genius call provide; elevators, tennis, golf courts, roof garden, swim-Jn- g pool, elc,( After a very pleasant ocean trip we arrived in Itnmburg July 25. We found Hamburg a great commercial city with lots of places of interest, aud we first of all went to Ihe celebrated "Hagenbeck's Wild West Animal Palace" which is located in the country and is a perfect imitation of the wilds of Africa lions, tigers, aud all other animals running around loose in the jungle, but cannot We left get outside and do any harm. Hamburg iiud arrived in Iterliu July 28 by rail, stopping at the Hotel "Kaier-hof.- " With the assistance of a guide and an automobile we went to Pottsdam, Charlottcnburir. Jvinsousi and other plac es of historic interest aud found lterlin tlu-- city of monument-.- , which are placed everywhere. I h "Im-pernio- IN THE WAR ZONE they said, we should be thankful to be on a traitt. No Pullman or Diner was on those trains aud fasting was our chance. We arrived in Berlin exhausted, and after resting a day, went to Ambassador Mr. Gerard to have our pass restamped. A large crowd of Americans were there waiting for the same purpose as w e. Mr. man and Gerard is surely a his good wife assists him. With all this strenuous work, M. Gerard does all in his power to help and assist marroned Americans in lterlin, and too much praise can be bestowed upon him and his wife for their good work. We found lterlin upon our return going crazy on the war, marching and singing national airs, and, anyone that would speak 1'reiich, Ruswas in danger of his life. sian or It was pantomime all over the city and strictly military rule. We thought it was best for Us to get out of lterlin but how? Some advised Us to remain, others to go to Prance and sail from Havre, but, calling again upon the Ambassador, Mr Gerard advised us to leave lterlin as soon as possible for Holland aud while still here to pin American flags on our clothes. We took that advice and having our Pass stamped once more, left for Rotterdam, where we arrived in the morning at one o'clock, and finding all hotels aud boarding houses crowded, we left this city at 7 p. m by rail few flushing and from there by boat to London. ARRIVES IN LONDON We arrived in f.oudoii the next day in the evening. We spent a few days in tint city seeing points of special interest and came in contact with lots of Americans waiting to get a steamer for The crowds at the ticket offices e were immense, but we received no when a steamer would sail. Ity chance we heard that the steamer "Lapland," the first one. would sail from Southampton September 1. We took a chance and left Loudon for Southampton and fortunately secured a cabin for two on the "Lapland." There were no such accommodation-- , as we llal on tle "Ini- perator," but we were glad to be on the home stretch again. Our trip over here was fair, but we met large icebergs, and were at one time near the place where the "Titanic" We surely thanked the went down, good Lord when we passed the Statue of Liberty in the l'ark of New York and lauded in God's only country America. hard-worke- d New-Yorguar-raute- RUMORS OF WAR At tli.it time ere rumors out that war would be declared if Germany's ultimatum would not be accepted by linglaud, We left lterlin on Prance and llussi.t the .villi of July and arrived the same day at Uoenigsbcrg, our principal object point, to visit my mother and sister. They were at thedeHit and received us, and our joy was mutual. Though mother is 89 years old. she is so well preserved that she looks more like a woman of Go. While we were at Koeuigsherg, war was proclaimed and martial law followed ot once. My passport from 18S5 I had with me. was not considered, and the Consul refused to issue me a new one, and. without a pa, it was dangerous to walk the streets. After threatening the Conml ( wire t Washington, and, sul I showing him my certificate of the Masonic lodge and a Shriller degree, he finally gave me a jkiss. We remained in our loom several days watching the passing of the infantry, eavalrv aud The' noise day aud night was enough to make any man nervous. We were held up several times by the police to show our pass aud came very near being arresteil at one time as Knglish All the lrtest in millinery at It. F. Heard & Co, Mrs. Fred J'niize, of Cloverport, has been the guest of friends in town. Supt. J. W. Trent and Prof. T. S. Williams attended the Teachers' Association at Constantine last Saturday. Misses Stella and Annie Nelson Hall spent the week end at llasin Spring with their cousin, Mrs. Garner. Mrs. Wingfield, Miss Wingfield and Mrs. Goodfrey Hall have returned to Louisville. Miss Pauline Coomes, after a visit to Mrs. John Reilly, Jr., has returned to her home in Owensboro. Judge Henry DcIIaven Moorman lest Monday for Brandenburg to.attcn Circuit Court. Dr. Robert Hall, who is with the Southern Optical Co., after a visit to his brother, Hardee Hall, has returned to Louisville. J.ast Wednesday Sheriff Arthur Heard went to G'.en Dean and arrested Sam Jones, Alvin Harper, June Hurnett and Hen Pile for breaking into Wilson &. They plead guilty and Co.'s store. waived the examining trial. Mrs. Judith Dejaruettc went to Louisville last Wednesday to consult an occulist. Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday in Gleu Dean with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Moorman. Miss Lena May Dies, of HowlingGreen, arrived last Wednesday to assist Mrs, G. W. Kvatis in the millinery department of It. F. Heard & Co. Miss Amelia Squires has gone to lterea to spend the winter with Mrs. Ii. H. Knglish. Mrs. Joel II. Pile left last week for her home in Washington, D. C, after spending the summer with her father, Mr. Robert Smith. Mrs. Lee Smith will have her millinery opening at her home Friday and Miss Annie Lee Hishop has Saturday. just returned from Louisville where she lias been studying the fall styles and will assist her mother. The game of ball between the High School n'nd I.eitchfield foot ball teams was played Saturday afternoon and resulted in a victory for the home team. Friday, October 2, is the Fall Opening Day at ItlvARD'S. See the big ad for When in Need of Anything Come to us funeral of Mrs. Pophatn's grandmother, Mrs. Henry Pike, of Mooleyvllle. Mr. and Xrs. W. I. Smith, have gone to Terre Haute, Ind.. to spend the winter with their son, Sam Smith. Mrs. Emma Lasli.e and daughter, Mrs. Jas. Combs, have returned from a visit to Mrs. I.aslle's parents in Emerson, Ind. Mrs. Shrewsbery, of JIcQuady, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Burden. Mrs. Mattle Pate, after visiting relatives In the county, is spending a few days with her sisters. Mrs Julia Wood and Mrs. Eliza Mattlngly, before returning to her home In Nebraska. Miss Allie Lamb, of Tobinsport, was the guest last week of her cousin. Miss May Lamb. WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son. Glen Dean, Ky. 1 ui jl jaiiiuaiiu v. uuLiva ivji ax Immediate Sale. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone IS. Residence Shellmsn House Mrs. Roberta Wood has gone to Louisville to r.urse her sister-in-laMrs. Will Wood, who Is ill. Mrs. Statira Batt, of Louisville, Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky came Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Will Morton. June Adams, of Holt, has moved into a part of Will Morton's house. Notice in Bankruptcy. Mrs. J. H. Fella, of Addison, came In the District Court of the United Sunday and Is spending .1 short time States for the Western District of Kenwith her mother, Mrs. Julia Woud. tucky. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of George W. Payne, Sickly a Bankrupt. Invigorating to the Pale and On this 24th day of September, A The Old Standard genera! strengthening tonic. GROVE'S TASTELESS chllt TONIC, drives out D., I9I4, on considering the petition of Malarla.enriches the blood .and builds up the sys- the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c filed on the 23d day of September, A. I).. 19i'l, it is ordered by the, court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 14th day of November, A. D., 1914. before said court at Louisville, in said district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and Jubal Hardin, visited his uncle, W. that notice thereof be published one Sunday. H. Hardin, in Owensboro time in The Breckenridge News, a Miss Winnie Hardin, of Owensboro, newspaper printed in said district, and tha. all known creditors and other per visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hardin sons in interest may appear at said last woek. time and place and show cause, if any pethe prayer of Mrs. Henry Johnson and two chil- they have, why not be granted.said titioner should Miss Gola and Forest, and Mrs. dren, WITNESS the Honorable Walter Uyron Johnson, of Owensboro, visited Evans, Judge of said Court, and the Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne last seal thereof, at Owensboro, in said district, on the 24th day of September, A. week. D., 19I4. A. G. Ronald, Clerk. M. Office Over Farmers Bank 'isssssssM"''lisssssBIRissssst White Wyandottes Improve the Beauty and Lay ing Qualities of your flock with a" ; White Wyandotte Cockerel. I have 12 pure blooded j.1 r.f ,.,.l...l uuu . tuuuuiuia iui buic ui aiiiiiu ..A high-grade, 1 . $2.50 particulars. spits. returned to Koenigsberg is one of the large cities her parents, in Piussia, about 150 miles from the Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Bowman, near the Uusaiun iKirder, and therefore a principal towu. -. 3ur sriias Tcrlm. point in this war. We concluded that it ' wt cor cspnitil The Methodist Sunday School has a it would be best to get out of this place, v. I; it U'til.im-- L In- - ("our contest 011 dividing the same into two, 11s the moving of the sooner, the better. 1,1 li .ill:. ii aii' wry much better in order to see which side can raise the the soldiers to the Russian frontier re ill tli. v.i.v t'luiiulit to be (Jiu most money. They went at Mrs. Alfred of the rolling stock of the rail ipiircd all I'li'i tli.it mi t'Vci-.- i side From Aus Taylor's to report. Refreshments were roads. We left by the first opportunity :rli oinf hears tlmt the way the men served. J 16,00 were raised. we got for a (ruin and returned to Ilerliu. in- clothed mid shod Is splendid. A I In ordinary times it takes eight hours 'iiliol lias Ih'oii t'oilitildeli throughout Only One "BROMO QUININE" to get to lterlin from Koenigsberg, but :lic Ilusslan iirin.v. iiud strong hand To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA is belli;: kfpt oil lilt' soldiers."' took 3 J hours our train TlVli I1KOMU UU1N1NU. Lookforiignatureof K.W.GKOVH. Curea a Cold In One Day. Stops cough aud headache, aud works off cold. 25c. 1 RAVULlMi UXl'BKIllNCl-Bread From Tulip Bulbs. bridge, all window When passing On iircoiint of tin' scarcity of wheat shades had lo be lowered aud we were In Holland tln AsMM'Iatiou of Hutch no ordered to kneel down; they were afraid It.iUer lint saii' tloni'd the use of someone might throw a bomb into the railed "tulip bread." In which 0110 train, or use dynamite. Though we third of the llmir usi'd Is made from around tulip bulbs, The bread Is s:ilil bought first'class tickets for 11 compartto be very nourishing, nml the wnr were eight of us in ministry tuu iceiiimiiended Iim use In Mr. and Mrs. Isadore l'opham with ment for two, there that narrow place, and could not kick, us 'tin army. their children last week attended the 1. 11 11 11 11 Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druceist will refund money It PAZO 01NTM1!NT falls to cure any cake of Itching, Miss Jessie Howmaii has Wind. Ulcediutforrrotruillnn Tiles lu6tol4days. The Grit application gives Ease aud Rest. 50c. Hopkiusville after a visit to Miss Annie Lee Hardin, of St. Louis, Quite a number of oureiti.eiis attended who spent her vacation with her the Country Fair at Irvington. The fol- parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hardin, lowing are some who attended: Supt. and other relatives, returned home and Mrs. Trent, Miss Martha Gardner, last Wednesday. Messrs. C. L. Beard, Taylor Heard, About 35 or 4O from here attended Sheriff A. T. Heard, Will Duvall. the fair at Irvington last Saturday. Miss Tula C. Daniel spent last week We are sorry to report that Andy in Louisville attending the Conference. Adklsson is on the sick list. ' E. Dunn. D. C. HERBERT HALL Hardinsburg, Ky. I Called Session of Fiscal Court. The Fiscal Court met in called session last week to take up the matter of an iron bridge ucross Rough Creek at Tate's Mill. The old bridge was condemned and a now iron oridgo ordered built in its place. The Fiscal Court also ordered that the Court House be repaired. In regard to .school books for destitute children it was found that the old law only allowed .$100 to be appropriated for thi s pur pose aud that the same was still in cifect. Judgo Dowell and School Superintendent J. W. Trent wore appointed a committee to see that this amount of money be made to reach as far as possiblo in purchasing books. Tuoro we to applications on hand for over $1000 worth of books from the 104 school districts. wiiuiffill niraa 1 ri in 1 Iaaj iiiiiii msavri. in hnln in a r" nk mill iiinim u h Jonas llasham has the finest crop of Uurley tobacco there is in this neighborhood. sf hmu Innn tanfinn are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil, It relieres rata ana ueaia at tue tame time, 3c, mk, fUM rnr f aa niir Mania vai'i r mrm Jess Carter and family have gone to California. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Payne and family attended the big circus tn Louisville last week. Mrs. Gus Harcer, of Louisville, was the week end guest of relatives near Frymlre. Mr. and Mrs Will Basham were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Skill-man- , of Mystic, Sunday. Feel languid, weak, rundown? Headache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1. Tobacco Market Flat. n; j um xuey zouna .1 suiuui; touuixu. mi market Hut. 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