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The Breckenridge news: October 7, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914100701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 7, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXIX PRINT. 8 Pages No. 14 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914. r Hon.ofD. H. KINCHELOE MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY will speak at Hardinsburg, Monday, October 12th, at in the interest oi the Democratic Party 1 O'clock P. M. COME $9,000 PAID FOR CATTLE ATJVINGTON In One Day-P- aul VIC PILE, Chairman Democratic County Committee HEAR HIM Fuqua-Gardner. pany, air. Jiuier nau cnarge oi me legal affairs of the company in Owen sboro and will continue as local attor ney there for the railroad. His time will be devoted to the general practice At of his proffession. His successor has not yet been appointed Wilson and Buyers-- Beard's Store Creates Much Window Interest -- Beautiful of Millinery and Dress Display Goods. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fuqua announce the engagement of their daughter, Uattie Belle, to Dr. W. IS. Gardner. The wedding will take place in November. Owensboro Messenger. 3M ings. Kach teacher will please remember that the law requires that you attend an association somewhere during the year or toach a day extra, and I shall adhere strictly to this law. Mrs. Jake Weatherholt Dead. Mrs. Jake Weatherholt, age 51 years died of cancer Saturday night at her home in this city. She had been ill for She leaves her tjusband sometime. and three children, Mrs. Anna Jarboe, Miss Florence Weatherholt, and Jake Weatherholt. Her son was here to see her last week. He returned here Sunday night with his mothers three brothers, Messrs Louis, Truman, Chas. Adams, and son Krnest, of Louisville, to attend the funeral, but it was held Sunday afternoon. The services were G. E. Arms. conducted by the Kev. W. C. Frank Mr. Arms was recently here from and music rendered by the Methodist Lakeland visiting his home at Wtst Choir. View. He has been an attendant for several years and says he has very little Goes to Ashland, Ky. trouble with those who nre mentally Mrs. E. A. Khodes who has been visotllicted.Mr. Arms is a kind aud efficCHIT Mattingly, at ient man in his work. His services at iting her father, Mr. Axtel, returned to Ashland, Ky., last Lakeland are very satisfactoty. week where her husband is located. Her sister, Miss Irene Matlingly, reSCHOOL NEWS. turned with her. Hy Harvey Ditto Were the Get Fine Prices. Sellers SATISFACTION ALL AROUND. Sirjth $ Wedding Anniversary. Campaigning. Nine thousand dollars was the amount of money paid out In Irvington last Saturdav for cattle. Paul Wilson and Harvey Ditto were the buyers. It was a busy day for the farmers, and they lost" sight ot the war and hard times for at least that day. Among the sellers were: John Xevttt, 12 head for $$45.43. Board & Akers, 15 head for Si.085 05. W. A. Simmons, I's head, $1,611.62. A number of others ir. bunches from two to five head, making 1!30 head in all, amounting to $9,000. Weatherford & Goodman loaded a carat Harned. They bought 23 head from Lon Glasscock for $1,213, and 10 head from J. H. Quigglns for $866. They have about 100 head more bought for delivery lator on. Board Sc Akers bought a nice bunch of feeders from Harvey Ditto, Sunday, October U, will be the sixtieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Airs. A. B. Skillman. They will have with them for the day their children, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Skill-maand daughter, Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman, of Morganfield; Mr. alHl Mrs". Jas. Skillman, of Louisville; Mr. O. T. Skillman, Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skillman, of this city. They will be at home to their friends in the afternoon. n Fine Herd Henri' At Mt. Pisgah. i Haynes, of Hebbardsville, was at Mt, Pisgah Farm last week He never looking for Jersey cows saw a finer herd. Byrdic's Foxy Girl 3rd Reg. No 255262 and a heifer calf Gretchen's Queen, Reg. No 31I2G3, American Jersey Cattle Club both of which secured first prize at the County Fair last week captivated him. He contracted for a heifer calf from this herd. Mrs. Heron has sold from her herd in the last three months two Hon. R. A. Miller Resigns. cows and three heifer calves for $500. She also sells every month $45 worth of Mr. and Mrs. Hernon are Hon, Reuben A. Miller has resigned butter. as general counsel for the Louisville, building up a reputation for pure bred Henderson & St Louis Railway com Jersey stock that Is state wide. The Hon. W. S. Ball, candidate for Congress on the Republican ticket, The millinery opening of B F. Beard spoke at Burton's schoolhouse last & Company's store wttich was adverSaturday at one o'clock p. m., and at tised In The Breckenridge News last Balltown at night. This week he goes week, won admiration from every wo- Into Ohio county where lie is billed for who man In Hardinsburg and ethers a number of speeches. were at the county capital that day. The window display of dress goods and millinery was most attractively .comRedpaths Coming Here. bined. Mrs Amos Boards, who has charge of the dress goods, made extenThe devoted friends of good music sive preparations to be of service to in Cloverport will have an opportunity each customer in this department. to hear the Kedpaths at the American Among the showings were exquslte Theatre in this city Saturday night, silks. Miss Geneive Clark, of Wash- October 10. They are popular singers ington, who suggestst hat all the people at Chautauquas all over the north and buy cotton In October, would have been south. The quartette will be a treat pleased to have seen the extraordinary to Cloverport. line of cotton goods in colors suitable for every kind of a dress. Mrs. Evans Edits College Paper. millinery shows personality and study of becoming hats and trimmings The Mark I'arrett, the adopted son of Mr. soft velvet effects, and the military styles with silver and gold ornaments and Mrs.,Nace Lewis, of this city, has become associate editor of The College were very popular sales. Cheer ol St. Joseph's school at Mr. I'arrett is making a Annual Meeting of splendid record in his college work anil the L, H. and St. L. Ry. his editorial connection is not onlv un The Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis railroad held Its annual meeting in Loulsvllle.last week. Directors were elected as follows: Milton H. Smith, Harry Weissinger, W. L. Mapother, Oscar Fenley, Lucien Irwin, L. VW. Botts, J. H. Ellis, John L. Helm. The directors the following officers: L. J. Irwin, president; W. L. Mapother, vice president; Ridgeley of one of the members of the firm merely Cayce, secretary ; L. W. Botts, treasto bring about a settlement of affairs of urer. the firm. Had it not been requested, the bank would not have brought the School Children Lose Mail. suit, as the bank is amply protected. A great ileal of complaint is heard of persons not getting their copies of The Moenkhaus-WatlingtoBreckenridge News aud even losing letters. Postmaster Lightfoot says he Many friends of Mrs. HI la Watlingtou, thinks this is due to children getting of Kvausville, Ind , formerly of the mail and carrying It to school. He Ky., will be surprised to hear has asked the teachers to request tile of her marriage to Mr. II., H. Moenk-haugo to the postoffice children not to of Huutingburg, Ind., which took school. to going The colored place in Louisville, Saturday, October J. teachers have stopped their pupils aud son, Kdgar Lee, accompanied her to the response was greatly appreciated Her Louisville and witnessed the ceiemoiiy. by the postmaster. Letters have been a trip they will reside hi found on the streets and some were re- After Huutingburg where the groom is in the turned to tne office. n. s, two-wee- Supt. .1. W. Trent. LOOK, LISTEN Did You The first Teachers' Association of the year was held at Constantine on September 2(5. The meeting was arranged for an afternoon session. A honor to him but will mean success to good attendance was out, aud a carefully-prepared program was rendered. the school journal. Mr. Lyon, the teacher, having previously attended to all preliminaries Suit Filed. necessary to a successful association. Constantine should bu congratulated Hardinsburg, Ky., Oct. 6. (Special) on having secured the services of u The suit filed by The Hank of Hardins-bur- g teacher who has the educational in & Trust Co against the firm of terest of his community at heart as Dowell & Miller was filed at the request Mr. Lyon has. On Saturday, October 3, the teachers of the Sccoud Educational Division held their annual association over at Hites Run. This was arranged for an all day meeting and dinner on tli ground, ana those who are acquainted with the people of Hites Kun and their teacher, Mr. Hickerson, know that neither do things by halves, and all who were present Saturday were reassured of these facts, for their meet ing was certainly a real feast both to mind and body. Meetings of this kind bring together not only teachers but pupils, patrons, trustees and all school Mr. Morton III, Mr. Henry Morton is ill at the home of his daughter, Miss Nannie Morton, iu this city. His illness was caused from a fall and he was worse yester- day. Upholds School Election judge J. K. Layman rendered a decision iu the Grayson circuit court upholding the election by which the Hardinsburg School district voted in favor of a Graded School. The case will probably go to the Courc of Appeals, 000 Irvington Now in the Presides tial'Class. Washington, Oct. 1. The postoflic at Irvington, llreckinridge county, Kenoffice, to. tucky, until now a fourth-clas- s day enters the Presidential class. This means that the postmaster will be appointed by the President aud that the civil service examination held recently to establish an eligible list from which to select a postmaster will become Hear About the Cash Mill? . The Mill That Saves You Money Patent Flour, per barrel only Per 24 pound sack Golden Grain, per barrel only Per 24 pound suck Bolted Meal per bushel Per sack Shipstuff, 400 pounds or more, per ton , Shipstuff, single hundreds Phosphoric Acid, per ton Sulphate of Patash, per cwt , $5,50 09 $5.10 04 t7 48 $27.90 $1.40 $20.00 $4.25 Heads-O-Whe- at jMKJgu-gWcKUff- n' $23.50 The Lyddan's New Home. t ft ! Wo prepay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., or more in weight to all stations on the Heudorson Route and on the M., 11. & E. railroads. Corn Brun in bulk 50c per hundred at tho mill door only When you are thinking of building a house call on us for plans and speciticatious, we furnish them Free of Charge. 22TVe advise that you lay in a nupply of Flour and Food whilo the price is low. The prospects indicate higher prices. 13&Vhen ordering do not forget that the CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THK ORDKR. wholesale grocery business. They will reside in their own home, which is new-1- ;' furnished and awaiting tiieir return. C. A. Penick, carpenter and conGlen Dean's tractor is putting the finishing touches "Firing" Tobacco at of .Mr. and Mrs. Geo II. Lyddan's new Large Warehouse. residence near Irvlngton. Mr. Penick Is very proud of this job and says It Is The "News" lias often heard of toone of the handsomest residences In bacco being "fired" to cure it up nicely Breckeuridge county. He is now bu and quickly, but never saw the work betiding a two story residence for Forest ing done until the other day, when we Stlth. happened to drop in 011 Col P.. L. Robertson, who was up to his neck in smoke War Affects Oil Fields. and fire in his large warehouse at Glen Deuu. He had eight iron kettles full of E. A So per who has been la Okla- fire aud the smoke was rolling out of ' He homa working In the oil fields, return- them like a fog on the Ohio river, ed to his Ipmo in Kordsville last week, was certainly doing a good job He had 10,000 pounds hung in the lis says on account of the European war there were 10.01) men laid off who house and said it would requite twenty-fou- r hours to do the work. ware working la the Oil fields. otlldals, where they may discuss the common problems of education, and thus awaken an interest in the cause of public education. No teacher pres. eut was more interested in the work of the day than was Mr. T M Bates, Chairman of that Educational. Division. He is always ready to go wherever duty seems to call him, or do whatever he cau for the oest interest of the schools in Ills division'. So here Is extending to the people of Hites Kun our appreciation of their meeting, and many thanks fur the great dinner, and hop tig that we may have the pleas, ure of meeting with you again in just such a meeting. The date of the Asiociation for'each Kaucutionul Division was llxed at the Institute, and the program for each appears in each of the county papers, ko there is no excuse for any teacher a t being at som one of these meet- - NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Lenuie Mattingly, deceased, will please present the same to us properly proven, as required by law. THIS HANK OP HAWD1NSUURG & TRUST CO., Administrators of the estate ot Leiinie Mattingly, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. J Louisville Stock Market, The Louisville Stock Market was off on cattle prices down 10 to 15 cents ou light butcher's stock, while other grades ranged from 15 to 40 cents lower. The receipts were 5067 head, much larger than was expected, Hogs were in good active ilemand and, a dime higher, tops bringing $8.75. Choice lambs were 7c aud Wheat $1.03. 000 McQuady Milling Co., McQudy, Ky. 7c. p5j( iqi tfaoizz) ion o 0 D o n There's Going to be a Cold Time in this Country This Winter and Procrastination is the Thief of Time" so don't put off getting your stove. That old stove may cost you your home for it sometimes happens that a faulty stove is the cause of many fires and more than all this the "MOORE'S SPECIAL" will save the good housewife many a weary-som- e hour. The "MOORE'S" Air Tight Heater will add pleasure and comfort to your home well as dollars to your bank account. as ( IT HQ5JERY lilllf Moore's Special Hard coal, soft coal or wood. Note the dpecial features of this stove which make it superior to all others. Mooro'w Glus-- Door Oven makes n daylight oven. Mooro's Oven Mrs. Thermometer reads like a clock. Thcmomctcr Guido can bo depended upon. Tells exactly the length of time required to hake dilfcrcnt kinds of food and at what temperature the oven should he. This guide is found only on MOOUE'S RANGES These arc just a few of the good things on this stove. Come in and lot us show you all of them and tho price is just j Ho-rcr's MOORE'S Air Tight Heaters Built like a furnace and equipped with an lire pot which burns the gas, the smoke and the soot. It converts tho 38 per cent of fuel value that is usually lost, into heat and makes soft coal as valuable in power as hard coal. It draws all cold air from oil tho ll'odr and throws oil' sufficient heated air to warm the room where the stove is and 2 and as many as 3 adjoining rooms. It certainly is a wonder in the way of a stove. To see one in operation will convince you. Prices: ever-lastin- g heat-givin- g $55.00 ROCKERS Some great bargains in Rockers. Priced from $31.50; $20.00; $28.50 $16.00 $ $1.85 to $5.50 I Kentucky Oak Coal Heaters j m fifeSpf Have You Read This? Kentucky Oak Coal Heaters, in two sizes at $7.50 and 4 Cap Queen of the West, double oven for 6 Cap Step Stove, complete for 6 Cap QUEEN OF THE WEST, complete for 9.00 $14.00 $16.00 $20.00 Read It Again! n Profit By It! B. F. BEARD & COMPANY I s 0 )! f HOS1ER.Y lAllJ Wif l III llljg )fcZZIOCZ3fc: IOI Hardmsburg, Kentucky IQ1 I II HOSJER.Y IklYl 'Ol HOC 51CIOE3C Ahl Murray Wedding. Miss Maggie Ahl and Hon. Hal C. Murray, both of Hardinsburg, were united In marriage on Tuesday, September 29, by Kev. J. J. Willett, at his home In this city. The bride Is tie daughter of Mr. William Ahl, of Louisville, who was formerly county judge of Breckenrldge county, and also re presentative to the legislature from that county. She Is an attractive aud popular young woman. Mr. Murray Is police judge f Hardinsburg, and co unty attorney of Breckenrldge county. He Is the son of the distinguished Gen. Dave Murray, of Indianapolis Ind , and is esteemed and well known young man. After the ceremony Mr and Mrs. Murray left for Hardinsburg where they will con.inue to make their home. Owensboro Messenger. was in town on Ixisiness Wednesday. Miss Hess Miller and guest, Mrs Leslie Van Dular, spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville. I count this tiling to lie jjr.uiilly true, Mr. and Mrs Roy O'Hryan, of Louis That a uolile .leeil is a .step toward Ood Mr. aud Mrs Jim Smith and children ville, are the guests of their parents, Mr, I.iftiii): the soul from the common soil, have returned to their home in O.len To a purer ait ami a brighter view. and Mrs. Oabe O'Hryan, of Rhodelia, Holland. Dean after a visit to relatives in and near this week. tjVVtl Dr. J. Kiueheloo made a profession-a- l Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dowell, of Chi Is Circuit Court day and a Monday visit to ItraiiiU-ulmrlast SitunUy. cago, are the guests of Mrs. Dowell's large crowd is expected in town. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Keys. Mrs. ,. C. Heudrii-- and Mrs Kobert Mr, and Mrs. H.C. .Murray have taken Hemlricl: spent last I'rid.iy and .SaturJess l'ayne and daughter, Miss Ruby, rooms at the Ilrick Hotel. day in Louisville shopping. were in Hardiusburg last Saturday. I'rof. T. S. Williams and Supt. J. W Harrison Ashcraft, of Rhodelia, was in Kev. Hubert Johnson and family have Trent attended the Teachers' Association arrived from l.eitchfield to take ch irge Louisville last Saturday. Saturday in the second division that was of the M. H Church South work on this Mrs. Docia Howlds, of Cloverport, and held at Hites Run. circuit Oliver Shelmau, of Stephensport, The Teachers' Association in the Hirst Mrs. Rev M. I. Dyer has nolle to Owetis-bor- o Educational Division will meet here were visiting Mrs. George Cox last where he will be pastor of the Third Saturday. Teachers, Trustees and pa- Sunday. Street M K. Church South. Hyron Johnson, of Garfield; spent last trons are urged to be present. Let's week as the guest of his daughter, Mrs T. C. make this a profitable meeting. Meruit enaneiiieiit rings Grayson l'ayne. Lewis. Handsome wedding gifts in silver Mrs. Nell Dieckman has rented the Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson attended T. C. Lewis. Tom Robertson property and has moved Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Heard and children the fair at Ilopkiusville and while there to Lodiburg and will engage in dress were the guests of .Mr. and Mrs. S. A. spent Sunday with Mrs. aud Mrs. Sam making. Ah! at their home near Cloverport. Tate. Mrs Mary Adkissou and daughter Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Moorman and Russell Coinptnii spent the week-enMiss Mamie, attended church at Ray. ill Iiuisville. baby, Mary Louise, were the Sunday mon last Sunday. .Mr It. I'. Heard was in Louisville on guests of Mrs. Lou Smith. The Post Office at Raymond has been to LouisThe High School Hoys-webusiness last week. discontinued. played a game of Attorneys Claude Mercer and Allen R. ville Saturday and John Miller, of Hawsville, was the foot ball with the Manual Training . Cincheloe attended Court at week-enguest of his brother, J. V. School Hoys. They were defeated, but, Miller, aud other relatives. they played against men and our team Lambert Vessels has returned to his Hill Drown, of Rhodelia, was in Lodi boys in their teens. home in Louisville af several da s visit are burg last Saturday. friends heie to Mrs. Ida Nottingham and Miss Annie Tuned Up Whole System. Miss Kate Kskridge, who has a music "Chamberlain's Tablets have done Keys were visiting friends and relatives clas in l'ordsville, spent Saturday and ill Louisville last week. Sunday with her mother, Mrs. .Morris more for me than I aver dared hope Will Head was at Wolf Cr.-elast Sat for," write Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Kskridge. Spencerport, N. V. "I used several urday aud Sunday. Mrs. S. K. Hunt has returned home Nelce Heaucham, of Mystic, was the of these tablets a few months from llerea, where she has been for a bottles ago. They not only cured me of my guest of Miss Mary Noble last Sunday. visit to relatives and while there had an billlous Jattacks, sick headachei and operation perfornied for appendicitis. that tired feeling, but toned up my Klncheloe's Pharmacy know about Tiffany wedding rings T. C. Lewis. You need It for your whole system." eale by all CoU H. L. Robertson, of ('.leu Dean, dealer. 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Djan s Oiutineut for skin itch bride is an at'ractive oung laay, and ing. Doan's ReguleU for a mild laxathe groom Is an ludustduunnan. Mr. tive. dolJ at all drui ktoras. and Mr. Stow have a number of friend who wish them a lonir and 1 $20.00 Six Cap, Queen of the West Cooking Stove for $10.00. $18.00, 1 open-fac- e, Elgin Gold gentleman's Watch Complete Amateur for $10.00. 1 $50.00 Photographer's Outfit everything necessary to make good pictures for only $25.00; r.: Everything guaranteed to be worth the money. Address me ' ut once. HERBERT HALL, Hardinsburg, :: : :: Ky. us. Electric Fans For Horses. The Utah Llaht and Railway Com. pany, of Salt Lake City, has installed two large electric celllnir fans in ita stable, where about forty horaaa ara housed, to be used in hot weather to aid In keeping' the animals cool. The fans also serve to keep the file frost pestering the horses. hsppy life. Now is the time to subscribe t 1" ; GERMANS ELECTION OFFICERS. PREDICT Encircling Move- Iit4, The election officers for November 3, are ns follows : 330-33- 4 W. iMarket Street Louisville, Ky. J.BACONasoij5 213 S. Fourth Avenue, Ky. llnrdlnsuurg No. I. William Dellnvcn nnd 0. A. Wright. judges; Marcus Mnttingly, sheriff; W. U. Hcnninger, clerk 2. Marshall Norton and Tnylor Heard, judges; Virgil Goldman, sheriff; llrnce Moorman, clerk. Louisville, SHEETS 50c Sheets 32c 89c Sheets Liusio bed size, blenched and hemmed. BLANKETS $7.00 Blankets $5.00. White wool blanket; extra large size; with pink or blue binding. DO llardinsburg No. 74c unci bleached Bleached mid hemmed; size !)0.!)0. ment fails. REPORT Big Ilardlnsburg No. 3. Kobblns nml I). S. Miller, judg es: Sam Marshall, sheriff; T. '.. Allen, C. '.. 89c Sheets 74c Hemstitched inches. xOO sheet; .iizo $6.50 Blankets $4.95. Wool blankets in a large assortment of fancy colored plaids; excellent quality. clerk. 98c Sheets 79c Hlcm-he- FROM All BEBLIS Hnrdliiiburg No. I. Tom Kowlnml nnd J. h. Hall, judges; , sheriff; Hubert l)c Paul Jnrnette, clerk. Shrew-sherry- and hemstitched; size 81x1)0. $1.00 Sheets 85c. Blenched hemstitched sheets. $5.00 Blankets $3.98. Wool pluid blankets in nn assortment of fancy plaids; extra double bed size 08x SO Success Along the Line Expected There, ANOTHER STORY IN Ball Town. Norviu Chancellor nnd T. M. Hates, judges; Geo. Newman, sheriff; 11. 1 PILLOW CASES 12jC inches. PARIS French Capital Cheered By h-actl- Jr Contrary News. Berlin special: The new enclrclinr movement undertaken ly the Front has failed and n big success by tt Germans Is expected all aloim the 1 11 Economical MoreT f Both in Use BAKING POWDER Paris special: General Joffre send news that spurs optimism Tl:u llai ? of France and England have been carried forward at the weat and east of the line, despite desperate efforts ol the Germans to mend their falling fortunes. The allies resumed the movement to envelop General Von Kltick, stormed s the German trenches north of and accelerated the retreat of the always belated and never fortunate Crown Prince Frederick William. Keserved, cautious and generalized, the government reports contain, nevertheless, a new note of satisfaction, ono that rebukes doubters and sends waves of cheering through the capital. The thrust to destroy Von Kluck's sup- ntv Knot nml rnll his nrmv Imrk linnn Von Huelow's division again Is under headway north and east or Arras, where the fighting, tremendously violent, Is indecisive. There are reports that llylnt' columns have circled toward the Delglum frontier. Probably the most important sucday of U12 cess of the twenty-seconbattle was gained near Soisson3 by brenchlng the first end of the Germans long fortified and almost Impregnable position reaching from the Alsne to Hitherto the Germans the Sulppe. have frustrated all such attacks. Eastward to the Argonne ridge, the combatants, both behind unbreakable fortifications, did not risk frontal attacks and the battle fury slackened. There allies and Germans await the decision at the west. Crown Prince Hard Pressed. Put in the forests of the Argonne misfortune runs at the heel of the GerSols-sond and Cost CALUMET And it does ply follow your customary method of preparation add a little less of Calumet than when using ordinary baking powder. Then Light, fluffy.nnd evenly raised the baking comes from the oven tastier, more-tempting, Prank, clerk. Cloverport No. 1. Prank Greenwood nnd 1'. I. l'nync, judges; Allen Waggoner, sheriff; Proctor Keith, clerk. Cloverport No. 2. Geo. N. Harris and Wm. Allen, judges; II. L. Stader, sheriff; R. T. I'olk, clerk. Cloverport No. 3. lid. Morris and II. A. Oelze, judges; W. N. Perkins, sheriff; C. G. Ilrnbant, Pillow Cases each 8c. Blenched nnd hemmed; I'JxIKJ inches. $5.00 Blankets $3.98 All white wool finish blanket.-- ; with fancy pink or blue border and silk binding. 18c Pillow Cases each Hemmed or hemstitched and blenched; size 12x'5G inches. i2c. I 25c Pillow Cases each 17c. 35cJPilIow Cases each 22c. Embroidered; size lSxHIi inches; :ood vnluc for the money. $4.00 Blankets $2.75. White, extra line wool finish blankets; size .80 inches. Heavy Blankets $2.50. These are extra heavy blankets; plain crny or white and fancy plaids. clerk. BEDSPREADS $1.00 Bedspreads 69c. Marseilles! Stcphenspqrt, Joe Stewart nnd Win. Gibson, judges; Wm, Gilbert, .sheriff; R. A. Shellmau, clerk. Union Star, L. P. Miliner and S. W. llnssett, judg es; J. W. lirown, sheriff, Wm. K. Shell- maii, clerk. ready for pattern; Use. rood size, hemmed $2.00 Blankets $1.45. This is blanket-- ; $1.25 Bedspreads $1.00. Marseilles pntterns; put on the bed. hemmed ready to an extra heavy llceced cotton :ray only. better work. $1.50 Blankets $1.25. These arc heavy fleeced cotton blankets; white, gruy or tan. Sim- $1.50 Bedspreads $1.29. Good henvy (junlity ; Marseilles patterns; Mooleyvllle. II. G. Vessels nud G. judges; H. Urodie, clerk. Wii Berjy Norton, II. Cunningham, V. Hgart, sheriff; J. (5. $1.89 Bedspreads $1.59. Hemmed; Inrpo bed size; pood quality. Teddy Bear Blankets 35c. The dandiest blanket for baby's pink or blue animal designs. go-car- t; pretty designs; watch the result. iWebster. sheriff; James Rhodes, H. H, Norton and A. J. Dye, judges; clerk. Irvington. Herndon nnd.M. P. Payne, judges; Albert 'Marshall, sheriff; Newsom Gardner, clerk. . 11. By this we menn that the covering on these comforts is made of material with diirerent 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 into three lots, as follows: Pieced Comforts Lot No. 2 Each more wholesome. Calumet insures bakinj; of an expert. your grocer today. the Ask Lot No. 1 Each Lot No. 3 Each Bewlevllle, Carl Compton and Chas. Itlanford, judges; Roy Cain, sheriff; J.T.Smith, Received Highest Awards clerk. Big Spring. I!. Hoard and Jas. Hufiines, judges; C. 31. Martin, sheriff, W. T. Norris, 85c To out-of-to- $1.50 $1.75 Woria'i Pure Food Eipoii lion, Chicago, Illinois. N. clerk. Custer. man crown prince. His efforts to cooperate with the Havarians and Von Heerlngen In assaulting the barrier fortresses were defeated and he was energetically put sued as he fled northward. His repulse necessarily wea!. ens the whole German line. Guerilla warfare continues in Lorraine and the Vosges, where Germans and French, holding strong positions, thrust at each other in day and nlglu raids, neither side able to progress despite small but most sanguinary engagements. This fighting, which would compel attention at another time, is lost sight of In' the vast and dramatic combat at the we3t. News as reassuring as tidings from the battle front comes from Bordeaux. The president and the cabinet council have been permitted to visit Generni Joffre's headquarters because the sit uation, for the first time. Is favorable to the presence of the government near the battle front. The details of the new advance by the allies were emphasized by the government report which removed fears that the Germar offensive had made Important headway, as well as confirming news that the crown prince had been sent to the right about. The report was received bare with the satisfaction that can be Imagined. Kmest Meador and W. P. Romine, judges; W. H.Tinuis, sheriff; Thos. Dyer, It.. T clerk. Hudson. I). 1). Carter and Geo. Royalty, judg hakuf fowJer. D't a luaM. Bar Calut t. It'll es; S, C. Mercer, sheriff, Mac H. juig-ginn.r. KUMiear mora rtoliifi inn kut man. I clerk. laiuut u r npenor to Mar auk aaa Mca. Mook Wm. Pile and Tom Carman, judges; Curtise McCoy, sheriff; Miles Drane, Paria Eipoii- tion, France, .March, 1912. customers on a basis of five (5) per'cent of tiieir total purchases up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare. Thus you can come to Louisville and buy your new fall suit at Bacons without having any railroad fare to pay. 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 $5.00 or more delivered FREE within 200 miles of Louisville. s, clerk. Quite a number from here heard McDanlels. former United States Senitor, Albert Prank Rhodes and Henry Cannon, J. Berverldge, speak at Tell City judges; T. J. Moore, sheriff; Pal Gamer. clerk. McQUADY ITEMS. Mrs. lack Dyer and children, of flamed, spent the week end here the guests of hei sister, Mrs. Will Davis. Miss Eliza Withers, of Hardinsburj:, is here the guest of her cousin, Miss liessie Shrewsberry. Miss Jessie Hurden, of Sanipla, is here the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Bates. Miss Dewv Delarnette, of Hardins- burtr, attended the box supper here "Silver Plate i Wears' ThoM who ink perfec tion In uiTertfare in variably chooee forki, ipoom and fancy terr-lDleces 1 tamped with the renowned trade mark ar that 1847 ROGERS BROS. In nuality and beauty of design, thll well- known tuver is uniur- nfls1. Iti remark able durability hat won it the popular title "SiW$r riau 111 f leading ffrfl m. w "y!" r ! III I H Villia and Edith Polk, of Glen Dean. Evansville, are visiting homefolks. E. I, Robertson and I). A. Whitting Oannelton, spent T. J. Dela Hunt, of hill, judges; K. J. Sea to 11, sheriff: W. R. Sunday at the Suddarth home. Moorman, jr., clerk. Miss Ruth DeWeese took the teach Rock Vale ers examination at Canelton Prank Ruppert and Henry Hall, judgBurt Wheeler, of Rome, called on es; W. W. Baxter, sheriff; Ira Ilurton, Miss Eada Parrish Sunday, clerk. Tobln Leaf, wife and little son ar It Always Does The Work. rived here from Texas Friday. vis U 13. Cummins, of Tell City, "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remeited Miss Mary Frank Sunday. dy better than any other," writes R. Miss Beatrice Payne returned home E Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have from Louisville, Saturday. She will taken it off and on for years and it not continue her course for a trained has never failed to give the desired re suits," For sale by all dealers. nurse at Mortons Infirmary, were held at the Baptist Services Will Probated. Church Sunday by Rev. N. F. Gab-ber- t, of Louisville. A call meeting was held Saturday afternoon at which The will of Lewis C. Simmons, was the regular church day was changed fllf H (or nrnhate In the countv court from the second Sunday to the fourth last Monday. lie leaves all of his Sunday of each month- real and personal property to his six Louis Stamp and Alex Reigor, of sons to be equally divided between Tell City, called on Miss Ruth Deweese them. Liza H. Simmons daughter of and Leona Suddarth, Sunday. hla first wife from whom he obtained High sdhool has began here with a divorce is to have no Interest what Miss Mary Fronk, Principal and Chas. ever in his estate. The will was dated July I3, I9O8. It Is witnessed by Wm Gardner assistant. Mr. and Mrs. James Polk have pur Beard and Morris Htkridge deceased chased the house and lot owned by Ctrti 01. Jor::, Otter Rime.le. Won't Cure Chas. Boultlnghouse, TLc wont casta, no matter of bow long standing, Mrs. Hattie Wlnchell, of Kkron Ky, arc cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'orlcr's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It rclievea who visited her sister, Tina Ccckrell, l'sln and ltcals at the nut time. Sic, Wc, J LOO. home. for a few days has rdturned Mr Hawkins, of Boonville, has in Appreciation. stalled acetylene gas lights In Marion Polk's and Mrs. R. Groves residences. Dear Mr. Babbage: Through the co Alex Ahl will have the same system lums ol your valuable paper I wish to in his house and barn. thank the good people of Webster vie' tones up the system, inity for the kindness they showed du stimulates the Liver to work In harmo- rln'g the recent Illness and death of ray ny with the other organs. Guaran-t- father L. C. Simmons who died on the 17th of this month. Yours Very Kee give satisfaction. Klncheloe'a peotfully, R H. Simmons Qlobe Arz. Misses X o I m NOTICE 1 m To Taxpayers The penalty taxes. will soon be on Saturday night. of Mr. Brumfield and dauchter. Sample, spent the week end here the guests of his daughter, Mrs. Abe your Bryant. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pur- Watren Allen. cell October 1, a bD DvsDepsla Is America's curse. To restore digestion, normal weight, good health and purify the blood, use Burdock Blood Bitters, Sold at all drug stores. Price $1.00. It is to your interest and mine that you pay same at once. Please meet me or my deputies on dates advertised. I am at my office every day to receive your Respectfully, taxes. Miss Beard Elected. Miss Judith Beard was elected secretary of the Young Woman's Christian Association at Kentucky University. Miss Beard had the honor of being chosen to render a piano solo at the opening reception given to 800 students A. T. BEARD, Sheriff Breckinridge County at the University. Mr. Pile Buys Fine Farm. Wade Pile has bought -- 51 acres near Ekron from Morris and George Alex ander, He give $6,000 for the place, Mr. Pile does not expect to go on his farm for several years yet, as he Is now engaged in the mercantile business at Mook. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Httldcncc 5hcllmin Haute Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office Over Farmers Bank Wake up your Liver. A lazy I.lver brings on the worst of diseases. Take Klncheloe'a LIV VER . LAX now. Pharmacy. News Want Ads. are Little Winners THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher your minds to so to the polls in November and vote for the splendid ticket and stamp your approval on President Wilson's administration. will bear watching, so make up ST ft FIND Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, the keynote of this wonderful little book. It is a record of pledges to tho people fulfilled, and a summary of tho unprecedented perform itnccs of a Democratic President and a Democratic Congress. It contains editorial commendation of Woodrow Wilson practically all from Republican or Independent newspapers. It will do any patriotic BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and Be for each ndditionnl soul Democrat, Republican or Progressive good to get this book insertion. and read it. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per line. No one would want to live in a town without churches. Wc OBITUARIES charged for at tlio rate of 5 cents per lino, money should nil bo willing and eager to keep thorn beautiful nntf clean, well linanccd and attend their services. in ml vance. label on your paper. If it is not correct please Examine the If vou complain nt what you have, you net something worse, and notify us. to cnj'oy what each day brings is the only way to get something OCTOBER 7, 1914 "War in the East! Peace in tho Westl Thank God for Wil son." .bromtiio Democratic lext Jiook just out. Achievement is EIGHT PAGES. Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc.. Required by the better. Mr. Habbage will bo at Ilardin.iburg next Monday. an opportune time to renew your subscription. for Oct. 1, Cloverport, published weekly Name of Editor; J no. I). liabbnge; Post Office Address, Cloverport, Kv. Come out next Monday and hear the Hon. D. II. Kinchcloo nt Managing Editor, Jno. I). Habbage; Post Office Address, Cloverport, Kv. Business Manager, Jno. D. Habbage: Post Office Address, Cloverport, Ky. Ilardinsbtirg. Publisher, Jno. I). Habbage; Post Office Address, Cloverport, Ky. Owner, Jno. D. Habbage. Circuit Court convenes at llardinsburg next Monday. Nnown bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities. There are none. John Cook's New Home. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above, 15(W. Waller D. Wilson, of McQuady, seJno. D. Habbage, Editor and Owner cured the contract for building John Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of October, I9H. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eulette, of Gar Cook's residence in Irvington. It will My commission expires Jan. 1.1, IMS V. G. Habbage, Notary Public field, were tho week end guests of Mr. be a two story house and have all the and Mrs. Win, Davis. modern improvements. The Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Ben DeJarnette were Hardware & Implement Company will YOUR BOOKS A GOOD the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, furnish the material. IN Bern McGary. Assessors arc now giving out the assessment blanks and Mrs. John Marshall and Miss Mar The The Bakers' Convention. while giving a "true, full nhd complete list of all taxable property," Hates visited relatives In Sample Sun day. it is a splendid time to get your books in order. Why not keep M. J. Krebhs, the baker of Irvington, Miss Vera Weatherford, of Grand- house-keepebusiand many left Monday night on the "Bakers' books 2 All business men do. Some view, Mo., was the truest of Misses Special" from Louisville to attend the Keep a tinancial ness women arc found trying it. and a few succeed, Pearl and Mary B. Lyon Saturday. Louisville Master Baker's Convention of many extravaaccount and in this way one may free himself of Mrs, Kate Moorman, of near Owens- - Kentucky which is holding its annual gancies. System brings happiness that is far more lasting than the boro, is visiting her son, D. G. Moor convention in Owensboro this week. happy-go-luck- y way, and every person should have a way of keeping man. books. The box supper given by McQuady Obituary. The assessment time may be an inventory time. We may look school Saturday night, Sept. 26, was well attended. back through the year and sec what we have accomplished, who we Saturday, September 10, at .1:30, have helped and if wc have improved our own way of living. If Dr. A. L. Kincheloe and Miss El- - came the "end of the perfect" on earth Lyon drove to llardinsburg Mon niina your disposition is better, if you worry less, if you have taken cure day where Miss Lyon is attending for one of the sweetest Christian spirits fellow-man- , love God school. God has given Hardinsburg Mrs. if you of your health, if you are good to your I lis commandments, then you will have happiness. Cut out Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jolly were the Marvin D. Beard. and keep For nine that little word "if" in front of each sentence and you will have a guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. O'Brien a sufferer ayears Mrs. Heard had been most patient and submisSunday. most inteicsting book. sive one. Surely "her sun went down Misses Pearl and Mary Lyon and while it was yst day," for she was Vera Weatherford were the dinner young and had much for which to live. "MADE-IN-AMERICguests of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Willson Yet as she was often heard to say: GOODS. Sunday. "Our Heavenly Father knows," and in Now that all foreign doors are closed, our home manufacturers John Hendrick and sister, Miss An this as in all other things, "He does all have the opportunity to make good, and, if their goods arc better nie, of Clover Creek, visited near Mc things well," and never for once did than those made in Germany and France, they will be successful. she question the providence of God. Quady Sunday. " People will not be happy, however, unless their Ode Whoberry, of Irvlngton, was the She said so many times: "It's all clothes are equal to those they formerly wore from abroad. guest of Miss Phoebe Frank Sunday. right, I am in the hands of Jesus." There is no greater pleasure and satisfaction than to buy goods at Mrs. Wm. Davis and Mrs. G. A. Her life was consecrated to God from early childhood twelve years of age home when they suit, but, it is a miserable feeling to have to get Wright were the guests of Mrs. Bern and from that time to the time of her things you do not like, just to bo patriotic. The trouble is we buy McGary Sunday. "going away," she was His child, Mrs. J. D. Potts and Mrs. Chas. whether waking; better things away from home, paj more for them and when it comes whether sleeping, in Lyon and daughter, Miss Marcella, home, we want to pay less. Less money gets on inferior spent the day with Mrs. Wm. Davis His care." to buying at Her ill health so much of the time class of goods and it is hard to t ome down to cheaper grades. Whether Thursday. kept her at home, and it was here that people are going to be satislied with ' goods, that Miss Ida B. Marr visited relatives In her beautiful life shone the brightest. remains to bo seen. If America makes them better, the people will : Custer Sunday. As a wife, she was perfectly devoted; or, if the people will be willing to wear what they can nll'ord, then Miss Alma Burdette, of Balltown, as the mother of her three boys, Allle was the guest of Misses Susie and D., Marvin, Jr., and Ralph, she was all the homo products will be popular for the balance of time. she could be. Mary Bates Sunday. Kind, sweet, loving, Patriotism wants her reward. People want to be pleased when John Powers, of Kirk, was the guest untiring in her desire to "lead them in buy at home. He is well paid who satislics his customers. they the paths of righteousness," and while of Miss Leona Wheatley Sunday. so much of the time she was compelled to leave the care of them to Four weeks until the November election. The "Danville WOES OF THE POOR RICH. she always watched thHr others, yet training; Messenger" says to the Democrats as follows: alwavs coveted their confidence and "The Democrats must make up their minds to g'. to the polls and vote. Overconli-denc- e How the Wife of One Wealthy Man love. Got Her Spending Money. As a daughter, she was a gift from has lost many battles, and, if many fail to vote, it may result Iu the Aiuerlcuu MaKazlue, In a story God. Her sweet, sympathetic nature, in disaster. Tho Republicans are in much better condition than by Kobe tea Hooper Eastman, Is a confiding in her mother as so few girls many people believe. Hundreds who voted the Bull Moose ticket satire ou the pour rich, In which the do, thoughtful in every way, and al wife of a wealthy 1111111 tells us follows now want to return to their first love and will stamp under the "Log how she hold of her spending ways leaning sucn a ctiiUMike faith in her mother. Her mother has been Cabin" this fall. This belief is based on reports from many sections oioiMiy: of the state. Our old friends, the enemy, are smooth urticles and "Kitty, dear, 1 can't bear that you heard to say frtquemly; "It is a should misjudge me, and so 1 nm going great pleasure to have such a daugh to tell you what not u soul In this ter." I have absolutely world knows. no As a friend, she was loyal, kind and money and uo way of getting any. My true, her confided e the very sweetest husband doesn't think It la necessary and purest. Only three weeks'ago she for inc to have money when I can had the pleasure of having in her home charge things. I owe you a dollar. her girlhood friends. She enjoyed the Vou think 1 have forgotten, but 1 have reunion, spoke afterwards of how sweet not. Ami I am going to pay you it had been, and how much It meant 10 when I can. "I wut to tell you that 1 have just for her to have those fiiends with her, As a neighbor, she was kind, syrapa discovered u way to make money. You two rarely seen see, I have borrowed ho many small thetic, forgiving, generous and blncere, hut, we have the best of everysums for tips and ear fares that I uiu In summing up Mrs. Beard's noble thing and lots of everything in quite lu debt. character, as one who Has known her (lnest cooks In from early "We have 0110 of the our new line of fall and winter childhood, has been inti New York, as you know, and I order merchandise. mately acquainted with her, her whole him to make cakes. He thinks they arc for a bazaar. In reality 1 sell life has been based on her "I'aith in God," and she came to the end of the these cakes at u certain woman's for $1 a tloaf, cash, Kitty. 1 waj near the end of the journey too Line sne leave my car at a nearby hotel, walk ILL repeaieuiy toiu ner loved ones through tho hotel to the exchangu 011 around her to hold on to their faith; to of the next street, wear a plain suit and a have faith in God through every conthick voll, which I put on In tliu hotel dition." She said; "Tnat's all there ib Goods, dressing room. Nobody knows." to this life, and you will see when you get to the end of the way." "Half Dressed Girle" Close School. While deprived of so many of the Make Out Your List and We Can Fill It Satisfactorily Three thousand pupil of tin- - l,uo priviledges of her church, her life iu I.Miikk.i en toycil a holiday be the church was an example 10 all Chris IViikUv "didn't caiiM- - Supei'liiti'inli'Ut tiuns. She did not have to go there to w.int to Kiibje-- t If If dn';cd slrls 10 "k'in: fevcre cold" while mihh- - nf t'v worship, for each day was a Sabbath to her, and her room or her bed, her pew tchi.nl boilers wen- nut of romiiiNsion in which she praised His name. And "If L'lrls would not roitie to 'tstlf dieted It would nut be necessary while she was suffering almost conin in cloi tl". ti ll' H:ib 1111 iiicoiiiit tinuously, she could do it with a cour'i rdd weiitli.-- r ' M the age and a smile that only one whose GARFIELD KENTUCKY faith it undaunted could do. Her life sang out, "My faith looks up to Thee, Do It New Snbscribe Today thou lamb of Calvary, Saviour divine." Ttie Breckenridge News Ky., I9U. at Act of August 21, 1912, of It will bo The boss who sometimes goes home early is not the man who, when a young man, came to business late, watched the clock and spent his money even BEFORE he got it. NO. He started early, worked late and above all BANKED his money. You can do the same. DO IT. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. TIME TO GET Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. ORDER. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. rs For Sale frame dwelling with nil modern improvement!! on High street, in Cloverport, Ky., in good locality nnd nt a bargain. Part cash, balance on easy payments. Also one cottage on One two-stor- y Hill in good condition; concrete walks, electric lights This will also be sold on eas terms. I 1 A" "Madc-in-Ame-rica- Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Made-in-Americ- 2 M Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Second Annual Made-in-Owensbo- ro ...And... Grown-in-Davie- s ss County QUALITY AND ALSO QUANTITY Ic riiif drift in i EXPOSITION Week of October Worth Miles of Travel and 19-2- 4, uui oiugan The together, 1914 Greatest Exposition of the Kind Ever Exhibited . Days of Time to See . Extraordinary of Men's Clothing Extensive selections Dress Hillinery and Winter Underclothing, ... .... OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Free Admission Everybody Invited Gala Week in Owensboro ) I. B. RICHARDSON - rr of such a life on htr family, friends and any whose privilege it was to enter her home, or be in htr companionship, will live through the years to come. Some friend said of her: "You. always felt better for having been with The influence her." And while her husband, home, friends, the church, the community at larKe, will miss her, our loss is Heaven's gain. Her happiness in the great beyond will only make ui strive the harder to go to her and grlevn for her here the less. A Schoolmate, Sfo Braktflridge Naws WEDNESDAY, OCT. ij , I 7, 1914 latcred at the I'oit OflllcontGloTcrport, Kj an second cIum matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Don't trust to memory to preserve the changing likeness of your growing hoy or girl. Memory plays' strange tricks sometimes. A good photograph or so every year will keep an accurate record of the subtle changes in their development. And what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you and to them in after years. Wurvts. NoTKAlvertlief HA 7 plrn notlfr tlm editor when you want mlTtTtiscroent ulvontlnued. For Sale Residence FUIt In Spfond street down. Kor further piirtlcu-lar- s write to Mrs. Kmtn.i Pklllmnn, Holt, Ky. !,E lleldcnc" NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES For Sale Stock Farm FOH SAI.K-St-Improved fiirm, lllinerei.ordnird, cnts nnd iierlitliiR water: 3 mlli"t from nil road. Addrisi J. K. Weit, lEoutol, llardlniliurjt, Ky. ock I RITES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.50 For Precinct nml city Offices For County Offices f 6.00 For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line..... For All Publications In the Inter-eito- f Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Brabandt. Photographer Will be at Irvington Dr. Jesse Baucum 10, Hardinsburg, Oct. 12, 13 and 14. Saturday, Oct. PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RGSIOUNT Ky. Ofllee Opposite Oelru's Drue Store Phone 113-3- R V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency Democratic Ticket SMTW i EH 1 19141 Wm. Smart, t; Miss Eliza- tTf"Ts1 4 5 6'7I8'9 17 For United States Senator, Full Term J. C. W. I1KCKHAM beth Skillman, lecretury nnd treasurer, The members are: Mrs. Frank Payne, Mrs. A. R. Fisher, Miss Georgia White, Mrs. A. B. Skillman, Mrs. W. H. Bowraer, Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot, Mrs. Jas. B. Randall, Mrs. Oelze, Mrs. Wm. Smart, Mrs, Moorman, Mrs. L. T. Reld, Mrs. F. M. Smith, Mrs. II. V. Duncan. Mrs. Frank Mnttlngly, Mrs. L. McGavock, Mrs. Emma Skillman, Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mis? Jennie Wnrfield, Miss Skillman, Miss Kate Oglesby. DELICIOUS FOOD n for Quick Lunches The bet of Iiardstown For United States Senator, Short Term t.i.. SCENE OF CAHNAGE Mrs. George Weathernolt and daughter, Miss Stella Weatherholt, have returned home from Louisville. Herman Melton and John Hall left for Illinois last Wednesday where they have positions cutting buttons. $20.00 reward for proof and conviction of the party who shot into my new house on "Nigger Hill." J. H. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce, of Glen Dean, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, Sunday, October 4. Mrs. Sim Payee, of Irvington, went to Garfield Monday to see her sister, Mrs. Kennedy, who Is ill with tuberculosis. Amll Pate, who is working in the electrical business at Hardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Beatrice McCracken Map Chowlnp Locat'cn of Opposing Fcrces in East. j. N. CAMD15N of Versailles For Congress Canned Meats, Olives, Pickles, Salmon, Boston Baked Beans. Other canned goods of lino quality, tlio kind that smells m good and is so good. Your Orders Appreciated J. C. N0LTE & BRO. Cloverport, Ky. IiEN JOHNSON of Iiardstown WE INVITE YOU to call and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. rersunai rtticujiapna 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- ciuaea. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. W M. H. Beard went to Louisville Monday. Miss Amacda Dean returned from Owensboro Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of Versailles, were here Sunday. Miss Evelyn Hicks has received this week new hats and trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell, of Guston, were in Irvington Monday shopping. Allen Long, of Louisville, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Hillary Hardin. Miss Rebecca Willis has been the guest of Mrs. Garvin Smith In Louis-vill- v ill s Important to All Women Readers of This Paper. K is tpy vJv Sunday. Robt. French, of Stephensport, was in Hardinsburg Monday. He is sowing 200 acres in wheat on his farm near Amnions. Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman will entertain at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, -- xVy1! 7 I . -- 3S nutrtnO Sj J COAUSTRiAM TROqPS Judge Moorman Jtrom a session of court. Miss Lula Severs afternoon in honor returned Monday the Meade circuit gave a tea MoaJay of Mrs. 15. C. Mc Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen and son, Ira Thompson Behen, were In Louisville last week, Don't forget our Stove Sale continues until October 15, and no longer. J. H. Brown. Mrs. C. P.' Babbage leaves this week for Louisvide to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Stone. Frank Blake, who has been visiting his sister, Miss Lizzie Blake, has gone to Arkansas to work. Mrs. R. N. Hudson and Mrs. Fred Fraize are visiting their sister, Mrs. E. C. Brlce in Mansfield, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tague, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Tague have gone to Cincinnati to make their home. Miss Ada May Foote and Mrs. Everett Foote, of Bewleyvllle, were in Irvington Monday shopping. Richard Mays, of Webster, was in West Point Saturday to see his wife who is visiting her daughter. The Best That Money Can Buy! Sylvadora Face Powder Price 50 Cents This powder cannot be surpassed and we seriously doubt if it has ever been equalled by any. This a member of the PENS-LALINE and your money will be cheerfully refunded If Jt does not give perfect, satisfaction in every way, Friday afternoon. Messrs. Joe Fitch, Allen Black and Henry Yeager left Monday night for Frankfort to attend the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias. Mrs. Cordie Wallace and little granddaughter, Virginia, of Corbin, Ky., came Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. H. Holt, Irvington. For sale three small buildings belonging to R. N. Hudson, on corner of High and 3rd Cross street. Enquire at Breckinridge Bank. Mrs. Susan Squires, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Board and Miss Lucile Squires, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Weddlngand Miss Louise Babbage spent a delightful afternoon Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Simons in Tobinsport. Special price on flour until Saturday night, or as long as it lasts. Golden Crown Flour for 5 50 per barrel $1 worth of best granulated sugar with each barrel. J. H. Brown. Mrs. Ira Davis and daughter, Miss Virginia, of Louisville; Mrs. J. B. Smart, ot Hites Run; Miss Phelia Mc Gary and Wave Sls-s-, of Tell City, were guests of Mrs. Joe. Beavin recently. The Cloverport Musical and Choral Club had a delightful meeting Monday evening at the home of the president, Mrs. L. T. Reld. The club will meet next week with Miss Rav Lewis Heyser at the home of Mrs. Chas. Hamraan. Cards have been received from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin, of Greenville, announcing the birth of a daughter, Mary DeHaven Martin, September 28. Mrs. Martin before her marrlagp was Miss Mamie DeHaven, of this city. Mrs. David Phelps was hostess Saturday afternoon to the members of her Sunday School class. Those invited were: Misses Bessie Arnold, Gnnelle Mode, Mary Rosa Slppel, Babbage and Miss Eloise Kinder, Mona Moorman, Mary McGavock, TuU Mrs. Ruther Pate. Nolle wa3 hostess to the Friday afternoon club last week. The guests were beautifully entertained nnd the list was as follows: Misses Claudia Pate, Martha Willis, Jeannette Burn, Mildred Babbage, Susette and Francis Sawyer, Virginia and Leonora McGavock, Elizibeth Skillman, Mildred Steel and Mrs. Dwight Rundall. The Ladles' Reading Club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs, Wicklitfe Moorman. The officers this year are: Mri. Leonard Oelze, president; Mri. RUSSIAN SEEKING Rival PEACE Factions In Mexico May Get Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, thev may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer a great deal with feelpain in the back, bearing-dowings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be dispondent: it makes any one so. Hut hundreds of women claim that by restoring Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rou- t, health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. A good kidney medicine, possessing real heuliug and curative value, should be a blessing to thousands of nervous, over worked women. Many send for a sample bottle to see the greut Kiduey, what Swamp-Roo- t, Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for them. Every reader of this paper, who has not already tried it, by enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &Co., N. Y., may receive sample size bottle oy Parcel Post. You can BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. :: J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Public Auction! Saturday, October 1 17th, at 10 a. m. Together. May-toren- a At niv farm 21 miles from Iiardinsbun: on Lcitcbticld road, will offer for sale to hi;hcst bidder the following property: Naco, Ariz., special: General has returned to the attack on Naco, Sonora. The assault has been furious and the attacking troops appear determined to tako the town. Regardless of the warning from Colonel Gullfoyle, bullets are (lying thick on the American side and all Americans aud have fled from Naco, Ariz., or taken to purchase the regular fiftv-cesize bottles at all drug stores. cover. One American soldier and one civilian have been wounded by stray bullets. MURDER OF BUSINESS MAN Wauhlngton special: The statement that Igleslas Calderon will accept the Daniel Lovelace Shot to Death at provisional presidency ot Mexico it the Elizabeth town. tender of the office Is made by more Columbus, Ind. special: Daniel Lovethan a single element in the present lace, fifty-twyours old, u business factional fight, has been received by man of Kllrabethtowu, ?l miles south Constitutionalists here. of here, was shot to death with a re General Villa, in one of his state- volver In the rear of the home of .Join: ments of his position In his quarrel Itarr. soveiuv-tlvyrsrs old, a veteran with Carranza, has announced that of the civil 'war. There had been ba.l Calderon would be acceptable to him. blood between ltarr md Lovelace beCarranzalstas have also stated that cause of Mlesed Intimacy between Calderon was regarded favorably as a Lovelace an.l llatr's wife, who Is fifty-twpossible successor to General Carranyears old. Ixivelace was named za, who they allege was about to reIn a divorce case re .is tire when Villa started his attack. curly flN'd by llarr. No arrests have The rcfural of the convention of of- 'iern made. ficers In .Mexico City to accept resignation as first chief Saturday was e ected. It had not been ILLINOIS EDITOR IS FREED anticipated that Carranza would retire Plea Im before the conference between his sup- Jury Accepts porters nnd those of Villa had oven Murder Charge. This present week will assembled. Llpoln, Hi., special: Carl Person, see progress made toward an amicable idltnr of a nlior inat;ailne. was found settlement of nil the factional dlfllcul-tic- s not guilty of the murder Dec. ao, mis. of the Constitutionalists, It Is pre- of Ai'tono Mustier, former chief of podicted here. lice cf Clluton. Person admitted shoot-in- s Musser, but nssoited ho had shot lling-hamto- n, one-doll- ar e o 's e horse horse; One mule; One horse mule and One horse mule; One new road Wag ; on; One old road Wagon; One Disc Harrow One Cultivator; One Wheat Drill; One Corn Drill; One Mower; One Hay Rake; One Scraper; One pair Wire Stretchers; Wagon Harness and Lines; One Harrow; Ten Plows and various other implements not mentioned. Terms Made Known on Day of Sale One ld Chris. Ahl, Auctioneer J. 0. BAKER DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST fliilpa Umirc uiiiww iiuuii). i p, Jn, u. tn.lto U M. to 5 p. m. Alwuyfc In oflloe durlnc illlec hours Irvington, Ky. HUGHES CHILL TONIC Hotter than Cnlomt'l anil Quinine. (Cantains THH OLD RKUAULK PALATABLE np Arsenic). 1 FOR SALE 50 Light Stock In R STEERS For Immediate Delivery G. Wedding's Drug Store, "The Pentlar Store" VIC ROBERTSON "FlQhtlng Ground nf the Future." Warning that Philippine Indepen-Jencuit'o'it siirieiuler of American strategic command of the Pacldc. "the fighting ground or thj future." nnd that a conflict between the United States and the orient, "commercial or other-vlu- " was Inevitable, wa3 given the house by James It. Mann, Republican leader. In a vigorous speech opposing the lending administration Philippine o As well as a Remedy for Ch'lls and I'evers, Malarial Fevers, .Strauin Fevers and Bilious Fevers. Just what yon need at tint, season. MILD LAXATIVE. NEKVOUS SBDATIVK, SPLENDID TONIC. Cuiruliid. Try II. Ou'l tiki uy SabitiUlt. tt Dtulili, 50c ml $1.00 liltlit PREPARED BY i EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC ROBIN SON-PETT- ET COMPANY KENTUCKY l.M'OKl'OIIATtll LOUISVILLE. Dill. CLOVERPORT, KY. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY Subscribe right Now Pay your subscription now. THE LOUVRE, PARIS, ART'S STOREHOUSE OPENING! I Si ' A! New Line of ' Stop! Read! Think! High-Grad- OCTOBER 7, 8, 9, 10, 1914 e Fall Goods Offered at Reduced Prices! " ' '' I'hoto by American I'ress Association. Teachers' Program. The Teachers' Association which BRIEF DISPATCHES v. meets at the school building In Har- ? ! Rev. Felix Roberts, on his way dinsburg Saturday, October 10, at 1 p. stopped off in., will have the following program: Milwaukee won the pennant In thf home from Conference, Song, America Audience. American Association of baseball clu!' here to visit hla daughter, Mrs. C. L. Devotional Rev. Robert Johnson. for the season Just ended. Hruington. Rev, Roberts was returned nce. Song, My Old Kentucky A largo French battleship Is reportto the Mime circuit. ed to have been destroyed by the AusLast Thursday morning Mr. Morris trian forts on the bay of Cattaro. Opening Address J. W. Trent. Huffines and Miss Ollie Carman drove Value of Athletics Prof. I. C. Steele. A Herman dirigible balloon drc "' down here from Custer and were marThe Special Valuu of History H. C. a bomb Into a schoolhonse at H!do ried by Rev. Chris Carman at his resistok, Ktts3la, killing ele ven children. Jolly. dence. The Albanian senate 'ins chosen The Special Value of Hygiene Miss Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, vis lieulah Rowland. Prince Kddin, son of the deposed l 15. Moorited her daughter, Mrs. H. The Result of a Month's Work in tan Abdul Hanild, ns Prince of Alua man, last week. Primary Reading Miss Bertha Dris-kel- l. nla. Two German aeroplanes Hew over Mrs. K. S. Pate, who was operated Calais and Boulogne, throwing bo;: on by Dr. J. K. Kincheloe about a week Piano Solo Mrs. Cora Smith. caused some damage In both ago, is doing nicely. Value of Latin Miss Electa Ziegler. cities. Miss Value of Current Literature Mrs. I'olly Tucker has gone to Kirk The Germans bombarded the ciin Maude Smith. to stay with Mrs. Hen M. Miller. try homo of President Poln'are ai Why n Teacher Should Sampigny, In the department of the Reasons Lon Gregory, of Eveleigh, delivered Meuse. cattle to Weathetford Ss Goodman last Know School Law J, W. Trent. Needed School Legislation M, 11. Thursday. Governors of six of the states met In Washington to conThe Music Club met with Mrs. Percy Norton. Song Audience. sider n plan for the financing and marMacy last Saturday afternoon This Benediction Rev. S. K. Hunt. keting of the cotton crop. club meets twice a month. T. Sanford Williams, The house has passed the amended Miss Frankie Goodman and Percy Vice President. rivers and harbors appropriation bill Tucner spent Saturday with Mr. and carrying $20,000,000. Mrs. V. G. Goodman. What Would You Do? government The Mrs. J. C. Tucker, of McDaniels, has There are many times when one man alleges that the Russian troops have been the guest of Mrs. Shelby Tucker. (juestions another's actions and mobeen using dum dnm cartridges. Clino Robertson, of Lexington, was tives. Men act differently under diffeThe government's war risk Insurthe guest of Miss Isabel Moorman Sun- rent circumstances. The question is, ance bureau is ready to transact tho day. what would you do right now If you had business for which it was created. There Is now a feeling In WashingRobert and Charlie Weatherford and a severe cold? Could you do better ton that congress can be ready to adMilt Davis were in Louisville last week than take Chamberlain's Cough Rememiddle of October. to see Noah Weatherford, who was op- dy? It Is highly recommended by journ about the Tho German government has forbidpeople who have used it for years and erated on at the Jewish hospital. den the publication of The Vorwaerts, Rev. D. F. Walton and Mrs. Walton know its value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, the organ of the Social Detnociatic for Madisonville last Friday for a Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain'sCough left Remedy is worth its weight in gold party. visit to relatives. Olllclal denial of the sinking of a and I take pleasure in recommending Rev. A. L. Davis and family left for French warship by the Austrian forts it." For sale by all dealers. at Cattaro was made by the French Munfordville Friday where he has a admiralty. charge. War Makes No Difference. It Is said that the Chinese president Mrs. J. T. Adams, of Colorado is anvlous to avoid difficulties with Springs, arrived at Kingswood Friday Dear Mr. Babbage: Find inclosed Japan, but that the army officials are to join her husband. check for The Breckenrldge News one under German influence and have mobDr. J. E. Mathews, Robt. Weather-for- year. The News Is the only thing the ilized large numbers of troops In Snan-tunprovince. J. M. Cm me and II. IS. Moorman war has not lowered the quality and motored to Irvington Tuesday. The Russians have completed the raised the price, hence a bargin. Mrs Mrs. J. O. Baker has gone to Nash-ill- e J. IC. Bramlette, Irvington, Ky. establishment of a Russian government at Lemberg. to visit ner brother. Dean Sumner of Chicago has anBilliousV Feel heavy after dinner? How To dlvo Quinine To Children. taste? Complexion sallow? Iiv nounced his acceptance of his election Bitter as bishop of Oregon. FCDRII.INH Is the name eiven to an improved Quiniue. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas- er perhaps needs waking up. Doan's An Italian torpedo boat is reported ant to take and does not disturb the Etomach. Kegulets for blllious attacks. 2"c at Children take it and never know it is Quinine. to have been sunk by a mine between Also especially adapted to adults who cannot all stores. Venice and Comacchio, in the Adritake ordinary Quinine. Ioes not nauseate nor cause nervousness nor ringing in the bead. Try atic sea. it the next time you need Quinine (or any purpose. Ask for original package. The An Italian fishing boat struck an same FUIIKIUN14 lb blown in bottle. 23 cents. Austrian floating mine off Aucona and wan blown up, eight of hep crew losing their lives. .Many hundreds of refugees have arrived In Havana from .Mexico City, among whom are several wealthy and prominent bankers. Max Under, probably the most famous cinematograph actor in the world, has been killed In action at the battle of the Alsne. Harry Boomer Is under arrest at Akron, O., and has confessed to the murder of Mlsa Vinnie Becker, aged twenty-two- , for purposes of robbery. King Charles has called for a special session of the cabinet to determine Roumanla's attitude toward the Home-Audiecotton-growinAiistro-Hunparlan d, trade-mar- 8 9 o $ $ S o v; lb. can of Pork and Beans 9c, 3 for 25c. lb can of 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, Bob 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 Meat and Lard. 3 3 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 Men's Shoes, $4 values at $3.40; $3.50 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. 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. 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 0. W. BARNES. The British government has decided to place submarine mines in certain to the laying areas as a comiter-stiokof mines by the Get mans broadcast In the North ea. It is said in Washington that there e Garfield, Ky. L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office WORLD'S SERIES OUTLOOK SEEN BY BASEBALL EXPERT How the Boston Braves Rate With the Philadelphia Athletics. re indications that the federal lerve beard does not intend to hasten the organization of the new currencj system until after Jan. 1. There nro hints from Vienna and Budapest that the advance i Hungary Is considered most threaten l r- Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health ing. King Charles's crown council has de cided that there is no occasion for a change In Boumanla's policy of neu- trality. The Ottoman government is setting mines and torpedoes in the Bosphorus and has stretched chains across the 'hanncl. W. .1. Bryan will speak in 'ndianap- Ks on the night of Oct 10, this meet-nclosing a two days' trip through g hidlana. Humors persist that the kaiser hil t narrow frem rupture wher tho liussians overwhelmed a German army at the River Niemen. Why Not Publish It ? When you want a fact to become generally known, the right way is to publish It. Mrs Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. She writes : "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me. They have helped my digesSince tion and regulated my bowels. using them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. The contest for the baseball championship of the world makes nn article by an expert in the New York Times of especial Interest. The situation which confronts the prophets In this year's world's series, says the writer. Is difficult and uncertain, inasmuch as the Philadelphia Athletics of the American league outclass the Bostons of the National league very decisively as far as comparison of past performances Is concerned. The angle which increases the uncertainty Is that Stalllngs' sensational Braves are an unknown, untried proposition as far as world's series play Is concerned. While the Athletics outclass the Braves In batting and base running, the Boston players have accomplished a remarkable achievement They have made n meteoric rise from last place to first. They have acquired the "winning habit." The question is, "Will this winning habit carry them high n lid dry through the slugging Mack-me- n V" Insurance. Old Reliable Companies OOOCIOI Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Subscribe Today Considering the matter coolly and cautiously on what baseball fans call tho "dope." the Athletics should win with little trouble. On the other hand, with three really remarkable pitchers like James, Kudo! pli and Tyler going at their best, Hardinsburg, : Ky. CZ3QC3000CZ30C3 A Postal Brings tho batting piowess of the Athletics may receive a severe setback. But the same thing was said In 1010 about the Cub pitchers, Brown. Overall and Pfelster. Yet the Mack-me- n pounded them Into oblivion without trouble. They did the same thing in 11)11 to the Giant pitching staff, when Mathewson. Marquurd and Tes-rei- i u were supposed to be at the zenith of their pitching form. A heavy hitting club is always dangerous. It Is apt to hit all kinds of pitching at all times. We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Ill the News and Oat of the Ordiiary Long Island, in Portland Harbor, now sends In Its tire alarms by wireless. This Book it tells how you can have local and long distance telephone service in your home at very small cost. is free Send for it today. phone Manager, or It Write nearest Bell Tele- FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone INCORPORATED. tfll and Telegraph Company Owensboro, Kentucky war. German warships have opened a battle by cannonading the Japanese positions nrar Tslngtao. Two Japanese officers have been killed. F. C. Tanner, manager of Charles S. Whitman's primary campaign, was elected chairman of the New York Republican state committee. years Austin M. Hestand, thirty-fivold, an employe of the Washington, Ind., electric works, was instantly Killed when he came In contact with a "live" wire. Secretary Bryan for the United States and Ambassador Bakhmeteff for Russia have signed a treaty binding the two nations to submit all dis-utes that cuinot bo settled diplomatically to an International commission for iiivestlg'illtin. Milam I'lcella was killed when nn neionlnne which he was flying capsized at Henpstei-.d- , U. I. The Northwest l.i liana cou'erence of the MethodUt clrtrcch, In session at l.nf.vette voted to miut at South Bend next year. e 1 Only One "BROMO QUININE" Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING We pay the poitage both ware on 11 packagea Goo. or ovar. work Prompt Suaranteed Inflnt-cla- u unitary package!. Will credit you upon reference. Write for Information. Uetter. till, lend trial bundle. LOUISVILLE, KY. SO YEARS IN BUSINESS "Ij!mf I'leientlm Pay" In Indiana Friday Wh (.emr-ll- y oLn.r.'td, of tho title. un.1 towns having j-t prune furm U ixtrcVtis appropriate to the ('.ay. To get the genuine, call for full name. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for alsnatureoi was sent to a B. W. GROVE. Cures Cold in One Day. 6 to pa When John Cuuflcld cougb and headache, and worka off cold. 23c. landhospital at Mendocino. Cat., his lady held bin wooden leg for room rent. WORLDWIDE LABOR INQUIRY. Manager of a Bristol (Pa.) distillery has pat on guard as night watchman Object of Rockefeller Foundation Is to Seek Cur For "Bitter Enmities." a huge black bear which was presentA worldwide Investigation of the reed to hltn. lations of labor mid capital with the A farmer of Jackson wuld. Pa., has object of determining the causes of an old tree from the side of which Is "bitter enmities" and searching out the growing a big red itpple direct from remedy Is to lie undertaken by tlr Itoekefeller foundation, .which John D. the bark, without branch or twig. ltockefeller I'lidimid with $100,000,000 Tho clerk of the recorder's court In Tin scope of the Inquiry Is to be with nut limit and the foundation trustees Mill Valley. Gil., recently filed the fol lowing ratio: "George Washington vs have chiMcii William l..vun Mackenzie acKliiu. former I'niiiidhin minister of la Christopher Columbus-landlor- d's hor. to diriM't thf work. tion to recover rent." In itiiiKUitic-liithe plan given out the trtiKti'iH say that I hey realize that the Following a cow which hud developfoundation Ik "aiti'iuptlng to gruppl.' ed a habit of disappearing every morn lug and coming hoinu in tho evening Willi the mo! iiiinpdiiltcd question of without her usual supply of milk. modern times" hut hope by a gradua. James Wilson of Greensburg. Pa., dis- ami systematle approach to It to win nut alone of employ covered that the cow was raising a "the erx mid woikhigiiieii. of the Industrial motherless fawn. organizations, or Individuals and Inst I tutlous Interested In social reform, but also of (he universities uud govern Brine Rtsvlts ments throughout the world." Office.: 625 W. Jaff arson St. passions Beecber. rant against the Inferior excitement of and vices. Book Windows. Books are the windows through Which the soul looks out. A home without books is like a room without windows. No man has a right to bring up his children without surrounding them with books, It he has the means to buy them. It Is a wrong to his family. He cheats them I The love of knowledge comes with reading, and1 grows upon It. And the love of knowledge, in a young mind, Is almost a war- Henry Ward Invigorating to ttw Palo and Sickly The Old Standard taaeral OBOVg'B TaBTKLHSfl chill MaljU.cnricbci tlx blood .and A true toaic. For adult eiri eaUdteitVjss, WattAJs. I ToTd&SsT i; SCENE OF BATTLE OF THE TURN IE COUNTRY M am Kentucky School Laws Enforced Attendance E Section 1201 Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLli, KY. i Striking Descriptive Story Tells How One Town Was Razed by Shells. Oaring Exploit of a French Air Man Remarkable Incidents at the Front. . by German guns. Two English cyclists were shot down trying to ride It. A third made It through nn Inferno of bullets. The French commander of the halted column advanced and pinned his medal to the breast of the Itrltlsh cyclist. "It was given me for saving one life." ho explained. "I havo the honor of giving it to you for saving hundreds." Convicts Eager to Fight. Convicts In nearly every prison In England are voluntarily working three hours overtime dally to provide army requisites. Most first offenders nro begging to go to the front A burglar Bpokesmnu pleaded to be permitted to "work out the rest of our time on the firing line. If It Is only digging trenches." Added to such tintues ns Alsace Lorraine Jones appear the following on the London Insurance register, showing the effect of the wnr on newcomers in the world: Kitchener Harry, John JcIIIcok Walker. (Jeorge Hank Holiday Smith and Only Fancy Henry White. A woman of Iinon I'Etape during the German bombardracut spent four days and nights in the same cellar where In 1870 nIio took refuge from the pen picture of line ninl the In the greatest battle of the world's history is given In a dispatch to tlie New York Times: Going over the battlellcld of the Marnc we found the battle bad followed much the same tactics as n cyclone. In that In some places nothing, not even the haystacks, bad been disturbed, while In others everything, the Tillages, roads and fields had been utterly devastated by shells. As wo drove carelessly over the brow of a hill, where the road dipped down a valley Into the town, In direct line with the German lire, as great holes In the ground and fallen trees testified. On the way In we a church steeple shot completely off, so after finding an Inn, where the , proprietor came from the cellar nnd offered to guard our car and prepare luncheon, we decided first to examine the church. The Innkeeper explained that we bad come during n lull In the AKEMAIlKAM.E Parents and Guardians to Send Them to School.- - Kvcry parent, guardian or other person residing within the boundry of the county school district law, nnd having the custody, control or supervision of any child, or children between the nges of seven and twolvo years, inclusive, shall causo such child or children to bo enrolled in and to nttend some public or private day or parochial school regularly for tho full common school or graded common school term in each year in the common school district of tho county in which such children may live in the commonwealth. Opposite Union Station ate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Clovcrport Httsincss Bath $1.50 Men nnd Shoppers Section 205, Penalty for False Statement Any parent, guardian, or other person having the custod', control or supervision of any child embraced within tho provisions of this act, who, with the intent to evade the provisions of this act, shall make nfalscstate-men- t concerning tho age of such child or the time such child has attended school, shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof ma' be fined in any sum not exceeding fifty dollars or by imprisonment in the countj jail not exceeding thirty days, or both be fined and imprisoned at the discretion of the court. WRITE W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky. we-wer- For Choice Hampshire Bucks for Immediate Sale. RUSSIAN The Kaiser's Driven Section 'J00 d j bombardment, but the silent, deserted place lulled nil sense of danger. The verger showed us over the church, and wc were walking through the ruined nnve when suddenly we heard a sound like the shrill whistling of the wind. "It begins again," our conductor said simplyU As the speech ended we heard n loud boom and the sound of falling masonry us a shell struck the far end of the building. We hurried to the hotel, the shells screaming overhead. We saw the buildings tumbling Into ruins, glass falling in fine powder and remnants of furniture hanging gro- tesquely from scraps of masonry. Sensation Under Fire. 1 Penalty for Violation Any parent, guardian or other person failing to comply with the provisions of this net shall forfeit to the use of the schools within the district in which such child lives ti sum not less than live dollars ($5.00) nor more than twenty dollars ($20.00) for the first ollcnse nor less than ten dollars nor more than lifty dollars for the second and every subsequent offense, and cost of suit. VICTORIES ANNOUNCEMENT Invading Back, Forces I have purchased the husiness of Smith & Black, of Addison, and will add to it a new line of Germans. Predicts German Defeat. Now York. Oct. .. -- Timothy Healy. correspondent of the London M. P., who at rived hero frun LiverChronicle sends a description of the , pool with "ex oral other notable way In which the French sapcrafty expressed confidence lu the ultipers construct trenches so that they In ddfeat the kaiser's BACK matecampaign of In France aimlosl:al arc hidden from the eyes of German tho "The aviators. ser." the Itlsh leader said, "has lost "I watched them at their task." ho all the admiration hlrh the wori I says, "and they made It n work of had bestowed tt'ion h!m and (Sern an art, covering the trenches most craft- Russians Reported en the by the manner In which Ilclgiun'i was ily with grass and leaves, so that even attacked to make a short cut t'J German aviators flying low would nevEverywhere. Paris." er perceive these pits along the wayside whence French riflemen would EXCEED 300.000 pour withering lire upon the enemy's battalions." ADVANCING IN EAST PRUSSIA French Loeses Up to and Including Eats as Legs Are Cut Off. the Battle of the Marre. New York, Oct !". A letter re The Immediate amputation of an elved hy a New York :hysl Ian frun Austrian oflicer's legs was necessary. When this Information was conveyed Germans Said to Be Withdrawing In a reputable source In France conta:n. Suwalkl Province, Poland, Toward the startling info, ml Una that th to him be said: "All right, but first give me some Their Frontier Austrians Also Be- French losses (killed, wounded an' food." ing Driven Out of South Poland. rrlsonors) for the 3lx weeks' llghtitu The food was furnished and the ofBattle of Cracow Slowly Develop- up to and Including tho battle of tit Marne were slightly ncr .IOQ.OQi), po ficer ate all through the operation, ing Operations' In Eastern Zone. haps :il0.on'), oxduslve or the English which was performed without the administration of an anaesthetic. Potrograd, Oct. 5. It is oflleiaUy Icsses, which, the writer says, "have large In comparison to th been announced that the Itusslan armies small fahly Give Up Gems For Guns. number of their engaged army." nro everywhere on the offensive. GenAccording to reports received In Turkey's War Preparations. liome a committee of women has been eral ncnncnkniniif Is advancing In Constantinople, Oct 5. Tho OttO' formed to Induce all the women of Hast Prussia, sending strong forces Germany to give up their gold orna- of Cossacks towards the Vistula and man government Is apparently settin .it rest any discussion regarding tholi ments to be turned Into a fund to buy tho Danzig-Thorline of fortresses. Intentions azalust tho 'tinslans arms. The Russians claim that practically all been sett'ng mines and torpeSeveral million marks have thus tho ground lost In Kant Prussia hy the does In the j and ha'. been gathered Fach woman receives defeat at Allensteln -has heen recovt''. hanne in exchange an Iron ring Inscribed, ered. The Germans are withdrawing sttetched cha'ns They are also it:'rs rew runs In "I ga've gold for this." towards thr'r frontier In tho SuwalM the Iilack scr.t f. rt 'TiK.i, Rha an1 province and tho Russians aro pursu- Mitrnbii'uri. The Merciless Censor. ing them. The strictness of the censorship may The be Judged from an article in the Echo belli:; Germans and Auitrlans nre Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, ladriven hack from South Poland begins: de Paris, which toward the borers, rely on Dr. Thomas Klectrlc "There Is no danger of ray being InHue of defense. There is no Oil. Fine for cuts, burrs, bruises. discreet I know no more than any- olllclnl Information as to operations Should be kept in every home. 25c body. Rut believe that without Ray- in the Craciw region other than that and 50c. ing too much I can say" the, battle of Cracow Is slowly develThen followed six lines of blankuess. oping. The censor evidently was of opposite "Tho halt's of Augustowo ended Oct. opinion to that of the writer. 3 in a vlctiry for the Russian arms. The German defeat Is complete," anSECOND LARGEST HARBOR. nounces th- - general staff headquarters. "Tho enemy Is In a disordered That at Rockport, Mass., Wilt Rank retreat, and In Might toward the Eaet Next to Cherbourg, France. Prussian frontier. The Russian troop At Uockport. Mass., close to the tip are In cloje pursuit, the Germans of the shores of Cape Aim. a hreak-wate- r abandoning in their desperate march U being built which Is one of trains, cannon and munitions, not the most notable examples of marine havlug even time to gather up their engineering on record. It was com- wounded." Grand DuUe Nicholas, commander menced In 18S5, when It was estimated that ten years' labor and $5,000,000 In chief of the forces, Is reported to would construct It The completion Is bo at Warsaw conferring with the not yet In sight, however, tbe delay czar. There Is no attempt to underestihavlug beeu occasioned by the small-nes- s and Infrequeucy of appropriations mate the Importance of the campaUn which have never been above $200,000. In East Prussia. General Rennen-homp- t Is now employing a great force, There have been years, indeed, when estimated at not less than 400,000. no stoue was laid. The breakwater, which. In tbe form There Is a report that the Germans of an oblique angle, will shut off have assembled eleven army corps to GenSandy bay from the ocean proper. Is, defend the.'r lines of defense. at Its angle, two miles out from Rock-po- eral Rennnnhampt Is expected to and when completed will inclose press steadily toward the Danzig-Thorline In order to Increase tho an area of water of 1,004 acres, making Sandy bay tbe second largest har- safety of the direct advance agalust bor in tbe world that of Cherbourg, Dreslau by the Russian central army. Meanwhile the southern army is France, standing first. Tbe harbor under construction will fighting to 1 rcak through the Cracow have two entrances, one at the north gate to Silesia. and another at the south, so that, lu any wind. It will be an easy matter to P0INCARE OFFFOS FRONT make one or the other of the openings. Will Visit General Field Headquarters In Northern France. 8mlth-Leve- r Is Educational, Act Hordeaux, Oct. .".President Poln-car- COMBINATION OF MATERIALS. Many letters are being received liy Is tlow on his way to visit tho the United States department ot agriPlain white cotton crape with crape culture, which Indicate that farm worn allied nrmlr In northern Franco. II' en In various sections believe tin- - uo' lqft here In an autmnblle, accomrn striped In red and bordered with white Ylvianl and M. Mil and red dots makes a smart nud efthem with nled hy Pioi-l- or eminent Is alxmt to n- -grants of money ThN mistake ap lerand, the lnltibterof war. Tho party fective combination In this summer will go tirst to the goneral Held mix frock, which follows the summer rule pears lo have arisen through understanding of the Smith-Leve- r art. of combination of materials. The loose It Is o'tWally stated that President linos of tbe blouse, complemented by under which funds inutrlliuted horn br tbe federal and state government" are Polncaio os been desirous for som tbe vestee of sheer embroidered handtime of paving u vlilt to the forces kerchief linen and tbe short Russian made imilltihle fn prai'il'-ii- ! Dtir'tr; the absence Ion work lu ngilinltiire and homo In tlw llo'C tunic, not extending nil the way ecouomlcM f the aef Premier V'.'anl. M. Arietllo Drland. around, have tbe right toucb of The mirpose are thus entirely mlnciitlonal. mid there tho minister of Jiut'cti, will preside are 110 provision ivlmtfver for direct over the m?ct!n.;s of the cabinet. tlunnelal assistance. Read the Little Want Ads. Tricking Enemy's Air Men. A ENEMY'S FORGES PUSHED Urlt-ons- Pctrofjrad special: An olllclal communication from general staff headquarters says: The battle of Aiikus towo ended In a victory for the Kits slan arms. The (lerman defeat If cotnnlete. The encmv Is at thU mo ment lu a disordered retreat and In fllnht toward the t Prussian fnm tier. Petroprad special: It Is olllclally an that Itusslan armies every' where are on the offensive. General Is advancing in Kast Keiiuenknmpf Prussia, sending stroiiK forces of toward the Vistula and the Dnn line of fortresses. Practt cully all of the ground lost by the de feat at Allrnstrln has been recoveret lu the Suwalkl province and to the south the flernintii are hastily withdrawing toward their frontier, their Invasion having been broken. Itusslan columns are pursuing scattered forces. taking many prisoners nnd liudlug artillery and motor supply wagons abandoned by the (Ioniums alter their disasters at the Hirer N'lomen. The Itusslan central army is sweep ing forces of and Austrians from South Poland and driving them back toward the starhowa lino of defenses. The (Irairl Duke Nicholas, commander In chief. Is repot ted to be at Warsaw conferring with the emperor. nouueed Vo3-sackn Fall Goods It will he a real pleasure All my life had wondered what would be the sensation if I ever were under Are would I be afraid? To ray Intense relief I suddenly became fatalistic. I was under Are with a vengeance, but instead of being afraid I kept saying to myself, "Being afraid won't help mutters; besides, nothing will happen If we just keep close to the walls and away from the middle to us to have your patronage and we will give you the best values in groceries and dry goods. street." On the way we met two men In English uniform, who later denounced us as spies. We hailed them, and they replied that they had been cut off from their regiment and were now fighting with the Trench. Just as luncheon was announced eight soldiers tiled Into the hotel, arrested us and marched us before the commandant, who saw that our papers were all right, but suggested that on account of the dangerous position we leave as soon as possible. During the episode of arrest there was another lull in the bombardment, which began again as we were seated at luncheon. All through the meal the ami screamed overshells head, and the dWies rattled constantly on the table. When the meal was over the proprietor called us to witness what had happened to the fur wing of the hotel. It "Alert" was completely demolished. had Just been sounded, and the soldiers were running through the streets. We ran out in time to see a building falling bnlf a block away, completely filling the street by which we had entered the whi-itle- Mrs. Andrew Crawford Addison, Kentucky For Sale or Trade, One work niaro in foal hy .luck; one suckling mure mule; one yourlinsr liorc colt; two nuili'S, :oo(l ones; one Wilson and harness; one double bnrsry nnd hump.-"one lull cow; 50.000 feet of nice While Oak timber: two .Ier.ey heifers, fresh in April. Will trudo any or all of the above for youiif; cattle, sheep, corn, hay or oats. thieo-yeitr-ol- n Tho-hav- Po.'-.hor- -- "-' 1 Army Nearlng Cracow. The battle of Cracow slowly Is developing. There Is no olllclal Information as to the operations In the Cracow region. The newspapers are rr celving reports that Itusslan cavalry near .ledrzejow, about llftj miles northeast of Cracow, and is pressing forces of German and Austrian horse. Most Important news Is expected from the Cracow region within d two-hors- e nmdc-to-ord- nr ; 1111 town an hour earlier. Airship In a. Hail of Shells. . In a few minutes wc beard the sharp crackle of Infantry Ore about half a mile away, and we had n sudden desire to get away before the automobile retreat was cut off. .lust then we heard the sound of an aero engine overhead, It was flying so low that through a glass we could easily see the whirring propeller. The machine was mounted with n rapid Qre gun which was trying to locate the German gun tiers, who immediately abandoned the destruction of the town In an attempt to bring It down. For ten minutes we saw shells bursting all about It At times It was lost In smoke, but when the smoke cleared there was the monoplane still blazing away, always mounting to a higher level, 'aud finally disappearing toward the French tbe nlcbt at a village where considerable execution had boon done by German shells. We saw one curious effect of them. In a historic building near the city ball there was a shell Imbedded In the wall, with a plate affixed beuentb It. showing It struck there In the year 1814. Just next to It was an unexploded shell of a hundred years after sticking In the wall. We ugalu struck out toward the bat tie line, but when we were within noutid of the tiring the uuthoiltles de cided we had seen enough of war and detained us for two days as guests of a regimental stuff which wn imarter There wi wi'iv ed In a cow yard privileged' to fee how the l;'mi''h sol IVO Htl Wtttl tlll'ttl Illlll fllAN Itl'twl slept witit tuem in cue straw uiuii IlUnll uiucm iniue lu bciiu un lit mi A Story of Heroim. French soldiers wer&fewlklug Into German ambush. French mid F.ugl'Hh who tried to signal them wer picked by sharpshooters. Only wav m In i vtct vyvu iuuu iai-HFfyyi u hours. There is no attempt here to underestimate the Importance of the cam paUn In Kast Prussia. General lien neukampf Is now employing a great force estimated at not less than Them is a report that the Ger mans have assembled eleven army corps to defend their lines of defense General Itennenl.'ampf is expected t" press steadily toward the nan.l-Tholine In order to Increase the safety of the direct advance again.! Ilreslau by the Itusslan central army Meanwhile the southern army Is Ilg'it lug to break through the Cracow gate forty-eigh- t 4U0.-00rn R.T. COOMES Route No. 1 Hardinsburg, fofaoDiroifoifoir Ky. to Slluala. THEY PRAYED FOR PEACE lines. We passed rt n fmm President and Members of Cabinet Take Part In Services. Wushliii!oii special: Tho president of the government Sun and uttlc-jrday took part In prayer services for the restoration of peace among the nations of Kurnpe. Nearly all of the churches of tho capital held prayer services In observance of the preside nt's proclamation which set the day apart as pcacu Sun lay. Mr. Wilson attended services at tho Central Presbyterian church. Wltn the congregation there he recited a special praper for peace. In the afternoon a special peace service was held at St. Albans cathedral, at which the members of tho cabinet and many other officials were present. s For Sale Good family horse Rubber tire Surrey 1-Horse Wagon both and Harness for e v 11 head-quarter- Sarajevo Surrounded. Florence special: Sarajevo has heen completely Invested by the Montenegrins, who have captured Important positions east of the city and severed railway communication to the west and north. R LAX is guaranteed to troubles resulting from a disordered Uvsr. Pleasant to taka and perfectly harmless. Kinchelos's Phar macy. LIV-VE- R0BT. HASWELL Hardinsburg, Ky. Lewisport New Hotel. R K. Lambert & Son have opsatd a new Hotsl and raiturant in Lewisport Thty atrve good meals and a quick lunch. It la a good place to stay. s. N Use the Want Column Wanted TO BUY 10 HOUSING POULTRY. Suckling MULES C O !m oz-i- ii ANrl l.Maak nmm dim tin up g 4 Monday, uctoDerutni J Circuit Court Day lEeiueiuher that most cases of roiiiire Incurred In tlic fall because hird are not housed tis early its they should lie Fowls are timid In new quarters mid nre prone to crowd nud huddle together on the roosts In this way niul drop hoards. they become overheated at night only to bo chilled when they In the morning. It Is nn excellent plan, therefore, to house n few nt first and ns soon they feel tit home add a few more until the pen has received Its capacity. it Is nn neeppted fact that any in location affects the Inyliiir stoi k. Therefore In order to Induce early litylnjr the pullet X slouid be put in permanent win-- J ter quarter two or three weeks iiofoie they nre expected to mall; t':re. A. C. Smith. Poultryman. 4 Minnesota Experiment Station. tohh and I sep-nra- State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I f.urna County, f I'rnnk J. Clienoy makes oath that hn la senior partner of the firm of J. Cheney ft Co., ilolni? Iitiftlnens In tlin City of To ledo, County nnil Stnte aforesaid, nnd that Mid firm will pay tlm mint of ONB in iNi)iu;i ixji.i.akh ror earn and every race of Cntnrrh Hint ennnnt ho rtirert ny uio use or ii.w.ih rATAium cuius, FllANK J. CIIENET. Sworn to beforo mo nnd subscribed In my presence, mis 6tli day of Dwembor, u, J.(Seal) J9SO. A. W. Ot.RAflON. Nolarv Ptihlli. Hall's Cntnrrh Curo Is tnken Internally nnd nets dlrectlv noon tlm blood nnd mu cous surfaces of the system. Bend for testimonium, rree. P. J. CHKNET A CO.. Toledo, O. TV. RnM liv nil rtriiiriHafa Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. l- 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 . CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! Cribs of this construction have been 1 built for nbout $10 mid have n capacity of 1.000 bushels, which Is only cent n Mishel for storage Farm and Fireside 1 It f J Hardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky Oils as Chicken Food, make one f the mint linpor ':itif of nil feeil for chickens. n they ire i hone nnd inucle builder and make line feathers No need for calomel with tho nause Btlnp effects. is happy in results. Kinchcloa's Pharmacy- - Will Pay the Highest Prices G, VIC IMPORTED SEEDS ADVANCE. ROBERTSON Hardinsburg, Kentucky Miss Jessye Brady spent Thursday in Louisville Mrs. J. R. Crawford, of New Albany, is visiting Mrs. L. B. Moremeu. Miss Sue ltatiuy entertained a number of her friends to a dialing dish party Saturday evening. Mrs. W. I'. Qraham and son, Roy Cleo, luve returned from a visit to friends in Louisville, Noah We.itherford, continues critically ill at the Deaconess Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Urite motored to Louisville Saturday. Our citizsus are delighted to have Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Wade with them for another year. Miss Hva I'uyne will leave this week for Cincinnati where she will be the guest of MUs U;ss llititley. Mr. aud Mrs. R. L.Morgan will leave this week for Danville, their future home. George Ciller has sold his property on Walnut street to Dale Smith. Junius Stith entertained a number of his friends Wednesday evening. The Village l'ostolliee, a play which was given by a company of ac'.ors from Gubton, was well attended and heard by an appreciative audicace. D. II. Richardson, of Louisville, was the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. D. W. Ileury, Wednesday. Mrs. ill (5. T. Marshall, who has been at the Deacoues Hospital, has returned home. J. II liiggsh.is purehased'the Joily homestead on Walnut street and expects to move hi.- - f.imih here III lu.-nea- r future. Mr. Kemper, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mr. ami Mr.-.- . John Miles. Lewi.- ltemiett Moorman has accep ted a position with ilayues Trent. 15. I' Alexander and family attended services at Flaherty Sunday. Miss Hi I'ayue and Atthur Payne ipeut the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hall, of Webster The Missionary Society of the church will meet with Mrs. C. J. Carnegie Thursday. Mrs. Itettie Johuson, of Fordsville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson R. L. Lyons has returned from Clo. I'res-byteri- an verport. Moremeu aud wife with Mrs, J. R. Crawford, of New Albany, motored to Hruadeaburg Dr. L. It. Crimson Clover and Hairy Vetch Sted Prices Show Upward Tendency. Prices for Imported crimson clover and h:ilr.v vetch seed have recently shown Midi n marked upward tendMr. and Mrs. Avery Hay nes attended of the departency that Garfield Sunday and were ment of agriculture fear that the cost church at of these seed, of which Kuropc Is the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin chief source, will Interfere with the In- LeGrand. creases use of these leguminous cover Born, to the wife of Stanley Compton crops. In fact, it is feared that the a boy. prices of the seed of these legumes Robert Weatherford and da.ighter, may go so high ns to make It Iliad Miss 'Bessie, from Uarned, were Sun vlsahte to plant them this year. Before the present European condi- day guests of Mrs. F. M. Board. tions aroie crimson clover seed was Dr. R. W. Meador, of Custer, selling nt from $1 to $r, per bushel. Up here Saturday. 13 there was a (scarcity of this to Aug. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson and owing to the seed In the United States, fact that the receipts from Europe Miss Efiie Coleman were visitors of Mr, were smaller than usual. The prices and Mrs. M. P. Compton in Hardins then advanced to from $7.50 to SO per burg Sunday. bushel. Since that date Importations Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruington and have continued to arrive until there Is now more Imported seed available for baby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A fall seeding than there was in this D. LeGrand Sunday. country n year ago nt this time. This Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton leave seed, according to the department's In Monday for their future home in Cali formation, was all Imported nt approx- fornia. imately the same price ns that sold for Mrs. Lucy Hay nes was ente.tained to $1 to $1.50 per bushel In the early part of the season. The present high price, a birthday dinner Sunday by her son Clias. Dowel, Quite a num therefore, is regarded by the department as unwarranted from the stand ber of relatives and friends were there txilnt of the supply and the Import who join in wishing her many more price of the seed. Some dealers nre such happy events. continuing to sell nt the former price 1 he Misses Horned spent the week but these are exceptions. If the present high price Is main end with their parents, Dr. E. C. Har- tallied the specialists are doubtful ned and wife. whether crimson clover can be prollt V. W. Smith was in Custer last week ably used .'13 a green manure crop for on business. seeding In corn or on vacant ground Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kennedy have or under other conditions where the catch Is not reasonably certain, Under moved near Stephenspoit. such conditions they point out that It Rev. C. L. Bruington filled his ap will bo better practice to sow rye this pointment at the Cumberland Presby fall and uc the difference in price In adding nitrogen to the soil in the form terian church here Sunday. Mrs. Kennedy, who has been sick for of nitrate of soda or some other highly nitrogenous fertilizer. The rye will several months, is reported as being afford a winter cover, preventing wash much worse and not expected to live lug nnd leaching, and can he plowed but a short time. under In the spring to add humus to isorn, to me wna ot Kicnaru .Harr, a the soil. When crlmsoii clover is being nseil girl. regularly ns u winter cover crop In Mr. aud Mrs. Franklin Payne attendorchard culture or where local experl ed church here Sunday and were the elite Indicates that n good catch and n guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary crop are practically certain, pig- Nichols. u ment of a higher price for the seed will Miss Myrta Priest is visiting her no doubt Ije Justilled. aunt, Mis. Philip Snyder, near Locust A somewhat similar condition exist with lelel'eiici' to hairy vetch seed Hill. There has been approximately six Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blair and daughsevenths ns much seed Imported since ter, Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Nov l!ii:: as In the year prevl ous This shortage, however. Is part Webb, arrived here from Texas Sunl.i counterbalanced hy the Increaslm: day night. They expect to make their domestic production of hairy vetch home near here. Wherever the price ol lialr.i seed. The Teachers' Association meets vetch seed Is round to he exorbitant here the 17th of October. We are exthe same change In farm practice Is pecting this to ne the best meeting of recommended as that suggested In the the year. Everybody come and enjoy ase of crimson clover the good things the teachers will luve to say and the housewives have to eat. Woven Wire Corncrib. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marr were guests This practical, ecuii.inilciil crib, thai can he luill! t wlil'e the wagon of Squire Wm. Carman Sunday. waits. Is intrin led u tollows: Make Farmers are busy cutting corn and a foundation of slmrt pints placeif foul top hfteeii Inches tobacco and gathering apples. Corn is fe I apart. !,. e the of the ground. The not as good as was expected, and but very few marketable apples are found 1 1 sui-f-ie- $10,000 Worth of Clothing, Dry Goods, 1. Shoes & Gent s Furnishing Goods MUST BE SOLD BY January 1, 1915 For Cash or Produce SOME MIGHTY GOOD BARGAINS FOR YOU! Stephenspoit. W. J. SCHOPP, :- -: Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us OCCUPY OUTER iri their visitor, this year. DEFENSES Sunday. Mrs. W. J. I'iggott will arrive this week from Nashville where she has been to attend the Women's Council of the M. 10. church. The Sshool Improvement League will meet Friday utternoon. A surprise donation party was given Rev. T. .1. Wade aud wife Tuesday ufternoou by the members of the M E. church. Mrs. MuggieChamterlain spent Monday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shain, of Guston, spent Sunday witli Mr. aud Mrs. J. Si pes. Mrs. lijltie Norton, of lUtdinsburg, is the gi'est of Mrs. Addle Brown. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your dniKKlit will refund money if PAZO OINTMHNT falli to cure any cose of Itching. IllInd.DIeetJInKorl'rotrutllnit I'llea Iu6 to Mdayj. The first application i;ivcs lime etui KctL 50c. Colt . Ilu.noroub Retort. When Irvlu Cnlili and four othei licuspiiperciiiTespniidciitM, niuoim them .Jehu T A.'cCutei an miNtiMii-.u- , cum. h r die Chicago number depends ()n the length of the Tilbiiue, mid been captured h.v. anil were under surveillance ol, the 'lib Put lliverlcil pans over posts to Germans, lln-- t hi- - proposed to continue ife.'p rats out To make the crih use - hy it's ns with the Genuans, and the o.'llcer u charge remonstrated "Hut we haf in sleepers on which to place the Mooring with the Geriiiaii Make the trout of the crib eight feet correspondents " t'obh was nut uf nil perturbed liluli anil the tear six teet At the top. army Iiottom and middle of the studding llnlllitg Ids cigar coiufortiihly In tie upllie '.' by IS planks or strong boards corner of ids mouth and looking up t lo thoiiiiiuhly brace the crib These see If I here were any signs of war iriice planks extend lengthwise of the he affably assured the perplexed ofll cer. "Well, you'te got live now;" rili and also across the end The Inside plaiikluv at Hie liottoin, uldille ii ud lop encs us u support foi Jap T;ave- - Z:rM. 'tmiig ii ii meshed wire; which takes Tokyo. Oct. .". 'n 'm-!aaiv he p'ace of slats ot walls. Hy usluu noimeeniont stutos u iscthcr Jitp--- t sltirtll mesh Hire till- - el III Is milile nil anesu "t K!au-- ' If Hie erli twelve feet III than lias been Biin'- a ,innf itr hlns u .cllg'h suite lllslile Is luliio. The ca3iiu I ifo f.'vsi as -- n ar.v to i;cc the si les trim spreading tour killed and 'rd. The -i n in- doors nt hnth nnd then slnni'il mine- dniKger wr iho Kayo- eilds intni. --i f Japanese Forces Overcoming Germans at Tslngtao. Peking special: Without further L. L. Mitchell, of Clovarport, was in diplomatic controversy the Japanese are proceeding aloiu? the railway to town Saturday. Tstnan. Their troops at Wellialen, Dr. Geo, E. Shively and wife and who occupied tho station there, have heen reinforced. The Chinese havn Prof. Roy T. McCoy attended the fair nut withdrawn from the line, hut are at Irvinyton last week, not opposing the Japanese march west- Mose Ramsey, of Cannelton, was ard. Reports from Tsliianfu state that here Saturday visiting relatives. three Herman liutterle.i were put out of action nt Fort Itlsmarck during the W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was naval hoiuhardmciit of Talus. ao. The In town last week representing the adjacent barracks were tel on lire ami the outer dofenses wore occupied hy Continental Fire Insurance Co. the allies after tliroo days' lighting. French & Perkins shipped a carload The military occupation of tho of hogs to Louisville last week. Sliaiituiii; railway Is opposed hy n STEPHENSPORT. drowned from a gasoline yacht. M. H. Gabbert, of Ellzabethtown, was here last Thursday representing the Home Insurance Co. Chlnose V'cwed 1 lirtn-lii'.- - tiiM-c- s from n military s'and'Whit. thf occupation of this lino la lioo sary. as It Is boluB run hy Cer 5.11s. Want ads. Bring Results Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jolljr and daughter, and J H. McCoy, of Sample, attended church here Sunday, Mr and Mrs. A. C. McKaughaa and son, Roy, of Cloverport, were Sunday-guestof Mrs. Emma McKaughan. J. D. Gardner, of Garfield, is here to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. A. T. Hanks. Vandal Sargent, of Owensboro, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. B. ' Gardner. I'erry Kemp has his new residence M1j Cecil Dix, who Is teaching almost completed, and will move ti school at Chenault, spent Sunday with this week. The farmers are busy housing th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dix. tobacco. There is not more than SO Y Thompson was called to LouisJ per cent. In acreage, hut some reporl ville last week where his brothir was the ilnest crop In.years. ( s 17 ? 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