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Mr. Sklllman and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Sklllman, at tended the funeral which was held from the home in Louisville l'rlday after noon. No. 16 Treatment to a Clerk. TOLSTOY'SJREOICTION Prophetic Words a Few Hours Before His Death-Visions Go to Church Movement Will Have Wonderful Support In Rural Communities of roinnnnic., announcements at fanner."' grnni!t'!. union.'' anil chilis arc sutrccsted as menus to arouse interest in a OO TO nilTIiCir Sunday for rural workers. The Ornnce .lurid Farmer snvs editorially: A UNITED EUROPE of AFTER THE WAR? Possibility of the Late W. tho Great War and Its NAMES OF SA100NISTS TO BE KNOWN SOON AnvKirnsiXd in the newspapers, securing t!ie T. j "This Is a revelation of events of a universal character, which must shortlv come ".o pass. Their spiritual outlines are before my eyes. I see floating upon the surface of the sea of human fate the huge silhouette of n ni.de woman. She Is with her beauty, her poise, her smile, her jewels a super-VenuNations rush madly afler her, eager to attract her eseach of th-pecially But she, like an elerral courtesan, tlirts with all. In her hair ornaments of diamonds and rubies is engraved her Elaine, 'Commercialism ' As alluring und as bewitching as she seems, much destination and agony follow in her wake. "And behold, she has three gigantic arms with three torches of universal corruption in her hand. The first torch represents the llamu of war, the second torch bears the flame of bigotry and hypocrisy, and the third torch is that of the law. "The great conflagration will start about 1012, set by torch of the first arm in the countries in the Southeastern Europe. It will develop into a destructive calamity in l'Jlj In that year I see all Europe in flumes und bleeding. I hear the lamentations of huge battle But about the year 1015 a fields. strange figure from the Nofth a new Napoleon enters the stage of the bloody drama. He is a man of little militaristic training, a writer or jour nalist, but in his gripymost of Europe will remain till 191o "The end of the great calamity will mark a new political era for the old world. There will be left no empires or kingdoms, but the world will form a federation of the United states of Na-- , tions. There will remaiu only four the great giants the Latins, the Slavs and the Mongolians." s. m Anglo-Saxon- Stead's Dream Coming True. WOULD MEAN LASTING PEACE Famous English Editor and Sir Max Founder of European Unity League, In Movement to Establish a Federation For Nations' Common Welfare. (.toss Gran's:! to Be Published Before Election. Columbus, Oct. 13. Tho stnto liquor Hconslrp beard, hy order of tha governor, tent out notlrtjj tt local boards in all the i'i wet counties to announce the names of saloonlsts whose licences have bon renewed, and the recipients of ne IWn'sen. within the next eight day;., or mire than a weel: before the Xn ember election. Under tho license law. th; names of licensees need not bu announced until Nov 5, which would h two d.iys aftor the election However, th- - position is taken by the admltilitrntlon that it will no suffer the mimes of licensees to be withheld until that lime for fear that seme of the men engaged in tho business might fee) th.it their license depended u;io:i their HAD ITS SHARE OF CRITICISM RECENT YEARS. SOME OF THE CRITICISM IS JUST, BUT MUCH OF IT IS SENSATIONAL AND UNJUST. THAT RURAL CHURCHES ARE A VITAL PART OF EVERY RURAL COMMUNITY THERE CAN BE NO QUESTION. WITHOUT THEM COUNTRY LIFE WOULD GO TO RUST AND DESTRUCTION, AND THIS ASIDE FROM RELIGION. TO SAVE COUNTRY LIFE. THEN. WE MUST SAVE THE RURAL CHURCH, AND TO SAVE THE RURAL CHURCH "E, AS INDIVIDUALS, MUST DO OUR PART IN PERSONAL '.' .VOTION AND ATTENDANCE. IN "THE RURAL CHURCH HAS Wsechtcr, "Tie pToblnm now before us is this: What can we as fanners do to pioniole this movement and accelerate the ehurchgoing custom of olden days? The answer is pimple. (!o to church ourselves ask our neighbor to do likewise and ask minister or priest to join in welcoming everybody of the community." To make a great success of this alTair it will be necessary for each and every one to see his pastor, tell him of the plan, get and then get generally busy. Let it be known in every church in this broad land from Pacific to Atlantic, from the lake" to the gulf that special services will be arranged and an effort made to have every person in the community attend church. ASK THE LOCAL TELEPHONE OPERATOR TO NOTIFY ALL SUBSCRIBERS OF THE TELEPHONE LINES. BY WORD OF MOUTH, BY ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THE PULPIT, BY NOTICES IN THE GRANGES, CLUBS AND SCHOOLS LET THE NOTICE GO OUT THAT THERE IS A GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT THROUGH-OUTHE COUNTRYSIDE. T name "I'lilled Stales o- Europe" In ills- eoniliiualli helm? iniMit lmit-,ciiIoiih of what Is going to happen nftor the undent war Is over nml Tin- Is activity. To Carry Xrnaa Gifts to Europe. Washington, Oct 10. The naval collier Jasln has been selected by Secretary of the N'avy Daniels aa tli3 "Xmas shl'i" which Is to carry gifts from tho children of America tc the Europe T'ic children In Jason will he loaded at Mush Term! n r.al. N. Y. It will 3all on Nov. 10. Railway Disaster In France. Boulogne Oct. 10. Thirty persons were killed and 100 injured by a col lision Just outside this city between two trains carrying refugees. HILL ITEMS QUIET HOME WEDDING. Miss Rebecca Jackson Willis and Air. Carl Balls, of Athens, Ohio, Harried Thursduy. Jones' Name on Ballot. Frankfort, Ky. The reported withdrawal of Dudley C. Jones, of Progressive candidate for Congress in the Fourth district, in favor of W. Sherman Ball, Republican nominee, comes too late to keep Jones' name oft the ticket. Secretary of Slate C. F. Crecellous has certified Jones, name to go on the ballot to evry Coun-- j ty Clerk in the Fourth Cjngressional District. Eliza-bethtow- Death of Mrs. Ruth Graham Ewing in Louisville Wednesday Ben Ewing died of peritonitis home of her parents, Dr. H. W. Graham and Mrs. Graham, In Louisville last Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. She was a grandaughter tf Mrs Eliza Webb, and duriug her girlhood made frequent visits to her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. B Skill- Mrs. at the LOOK, LISTEN Did You The Mill That Saves You Money Patent Flour, per barrel only Per 24 pound sack Golden Grain, per barrel only If you desire to get out of the jam of crowd jou must climb high in your The I'ostoffice Department has noti vocation. The poet has said: fied the postmaster at Vanzant that the Consider the world a hill, See where the multitudes stop A pretty wedding was that of Miss proposed extentlnn of Route No. 1, to There's alwas a crowd at the base, Rebecca Jackson Willis and Mr. Carl Cabot, in Hancock county, Jias been Hut plenty ot room at the top Rev. J. It. Micks. Balis, which took place at the home of adopted and ordered; delivery to com mence October 10. This will be a great the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mr. and Mrs. John McKiney. of benefit to people of the Cabot commit Willis, Thursday morning in this cit . nlty who have been deprived cf mail Tobinsport, were visitors on the hill The ceremony was solemnized b) the last Saturday. route for over a year. James Se.uou ann Mrs. Seaton went Rev. .Mr. K. O. Cottrell at S:5 o'clock, last week to see Mrs. Seaton's mother, in the presence of the bridal couple. Mrs. Adkinsou, who is ill ai lft r home The wedding march was played by Mrs. ANNOUNCEMEN. near Hardinsburg. Owight Randall. Miss Martha Willis, Mrs. James Rollins, after spending a a sister of the bride, and Miss Louise Frakes Scott Wedding Will Take week with Mrs. C. V. Satterfield, her B.ilis, a sister of the gloom, held the Place In Cewleyvlllj Next Thurssister, has returned to lur home in altar ribbons and cairied jellow chrysI'ineville. day Afternoon. anthemums. Vane Pate, of Louisville, came Sat The bride wore n blue coat suit trimurday to visit his daughter, Mrs. F Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Drury an med in fur and a blue traveling hat and Taberling. her bouquet was made of roses. Imnouiicc the approaching marriage of Julius Hardin spent but Saturday and mediately after the wedding Mr. and their niece, Miss Carra Drury l'rakcs, to Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Ireland at Mrs. Halls left for a trip to Chicago, Mr II. Winfield Scott, on Thursday Sklllman. after which thev will be at home in of October, afternoon, the twenty-nintMillard Frank has been confined to Athens, Ohio one thousand nine hundred and fourteen his home several days with rheumatism Mr. ISitlis is a nephew of Mr. Jas. H. at half after three o'clock, Methodist Mrs. Harvey Wilson arrived from Randall and Mrs. H. D. Ross, of this Howel last Thursday with her infant city. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Randall church, Iiewleyville. son, Harold Aicuoy wuson, to De tne gave a luncheon in honor of the wed- dlug party, and Mr, and Mrs. Ross en- guest of relatives and friends. evening for them. The Lynn Campbell and Mrs. Campbell tertalned-tha- t guest besides Miss have gone to Maceo to visit her grand only Balis, was Mrs. Anna Halls Snow, of mother, Mrs. Baker. Louisville. After an extended visit to her sister, 1'iuley bus returned with her Mrs. John SWORDS AND PLOWSHARES. daughters, Ethel and Hortense, to Vanzant Rural Route Extended. the J ; . h out-of-to- Hear About the Cash Mill? $ 5 90 74 $ 5.50 09 1.08 .. Notice to Election Officers of August Primary 1914. The law directs that all election seals and keys to ballot boxes shall be delivered to the County Court Clerk ten days before the November election 1914. You are hereby notified that same must be delivered to uie on Saturday, October the 34th, 1914, in order that can destroy the primary ballots and get the ballot boes ready for the Sheriff to deliver to the various precincts for the coming election on Tuesday,. November C. V. Robertson, the 3d. County Court Clerk. 1 Per 24 pound sack Bolted Meal per bushel Per sack ;. .54 $27.90 Sbipstuff, 400 pounds or more, per ton $ 1.40 Shipstuff, single hundreds .; $50.00 Cotton Seed Meal, per ton $ 1.50 Cottou Seed Meal, single hundred We prepay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., or more in weight to nil stations on tho Uendomou Kouto and on the M., II, & E. railroads. Corn Bran in bulk 50c per hundred at tho mill door only Masonic Grand Lodge. following are delegates to the Grand Lodge in Iouisville this week: Andrew Crawfoid, of Stephenspoit; I). C. Heron und W. J. I'iggott, of Irving-ton- ; Lafe lleheu and R. L. Oelze, of The Cloverport. Cereal Uut.es I educed. Home, Oct. 19. - The government has made an oxccptlsnal order reducing by f the customs dutioi on wheat, corn, oats and other coreals. This reduction, which Is to be In force for Ave months, Is made with the object of encouraging the Importation of those commodities. ono-lial- Bryan Mementos Turn IsaiaV Prophecy Into Realism. Realism has been given by Secretary Bryan to the prophecy of Isaiah. "They shall bent their swords Into plowshares." The United States uriny furnished the swordsTTind between times of Blgnlug peace aim arbitration trea- ties becretary Ilrynn m,i th,..,, watu Into plowshares, and when an umbas-sudo- r or n minister signs one of these treaties he carries away plowshare to reuuua him of Its meaning. It Is made from a real sword loo- -n sword that has seen servlco Hut ns for the plowMlmre. It Isn't real big plowshare. It's Just miniature steel plowshare, nickel plated. In tended to be used as n papenvelsht. The ministers und ambassadors nre getting the blades of the swords and' the bundles nre being finished Into pa perweights for the .senate forelgu re lations committee. 11 11 11 When you are thinking of building a house call on us for plans and specifications, wo furnish them Free of Charge. ordering do not forget that tho CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THK ORDER. 03 PER JWhen CENT OF ALL EUROPE AT WAR. expect to buy. Now I call that dishonesty on the part of the customer. If a boy rues into a store and takes a roll of cloth off the counter and sneaks away with it, you will all join In the cry: "Stop, continent. If the United States of I'M rope be- thief." When I go into a store, Dot comes 1111 accomplished fact It will expecting to buy anything, stealing the moan the realization of the dream of time of the employer, I say too, "Stop, thief." the laic William T. Stead and tho And yet you expect the clerk to meet fulfillment of the alms of the IMrupean you with a smile the very next time Unity league, which was founded by you come into the store, and with as Sir Max Wncehter and was hard at much interest about your health and work Just before the war in further-lu- g welfare and general condition of the Its purposes. family. So clerics need .1 great deal of Stead, in using the term tho Mr. the grace of patience. The indignaUnited States of Europe, declared that tion of high price of living comes on the phrase was naturally by the United States of America. "The iiie c.erk, for instance, a great war is hitter" he used to say. "enables the on; mauutacturers are closed; the people go off to battle; the price of goods former to be at least thinkable." III.. Mr. Stead pointed out. run up; a customer comes into the used to dream of constituting some tore. "How much is that worth, ho kind of a federation of "A dollar." "A dollar; outra-eouCalled a Conference on Subject. .,011 are a grafter." Who is to Sir Mas Wiieehter. a German by b.airt for the fact that it has gotten up birth, though a naturalized English-nia- u a dollar? Does this indignation tilncu 1S(!T, worked with .Mr. Stead 10 me employer who is out at his towaid the proposed federation of milliner home resting? No, it comes to the formation of the European tt.v eler.. lie got up the war: he levied ... . uiiuj I.......... im'iiiu i t. lUUrowi OI ,IMi.lv. i,M 1U" 1,11 ,,IB ill iLiim: rt"U' ot tourse' the work. I.. 1001) a congress was call- ed, on Mr Max's Initiative, in Koine. I'eople who ma read these lines, lay where delegates from various nations discussed the feasibility ot a federa-- , not aside jour Urbanity, when vou Hon.It was not a conference of gov-- 1 come into a store; treat the clerks like and ladies. Western ernments. but of eminent men from genu-meall parts of Europe. . lew years ago Mr mux made tour or Europe nnd laid the plan beLarge Crop of Pecans. fore sovereigns unit goi ernments. lie studied the dliTereniu between the naThe largest pecan and hickory nut tions and was led to the conclusion crop in many years will be gathered in that It was not an Impossibility to Henderson county this fall. The pebring about European federation. can trees bore more prolific this year Last year Sir Max estimated that the than for the p;.t twenty years. The armed peace was costing IMiope 000.000,000 yearly, declaring that all trees are so heavy with the nuts that progress was retarded by this expendi large limbs have broken off from their ture. In discussing the question of weight. Along the bottoms of Creen armaments bu made it prophetic fore aud the Ohio rivers vast pecan orcast, saying that Europe might soon chards are located. At the mouth of Und relief from militarism In mighty Green river in what is known as thtj war. "Point," is a pecan orchard of nearly Once the geut masses of tho popu one hundred acres. At gathering time great powers became pecans bring from two to four lations of .he cents convinced thai a fetleiatlon of Europo per pound. The owner of this big orwould mean permanent peace, and once they could b. educated up to ap- chard, Mrs. Thomas Lack, of New preciate the blessings of such peace. burg, Ind., expects to realize 0,000 Sir Max thmu'lit tha the Uulted States from the sale of nuts this season. of Europo in' hi become 1111 accomplished f- - ct In Honor of Miss Kincheloe. Advantages of a U.iited Europe. Hardinsburg, Oct. ro. On last Wed. After his Investigations all over Europe ho cn'ue to tho conclusion that uesday afternoon at her home on Fourth, I103-4 0110 of the great steps to bind Europe street, Mrs. Jesse R. Kskridgc was together Is to break down the tariff tess tc the Ban Souci Club. Dainty re. walls between the untlotis, and while freshuiciitr were served. This was th admitting that this would be dllllcult first meeting this autumn. The follow, to achieve, he believed It would not ing officers were elected: Mrs. Kskridge, be Insuperably dllllcult. Of the advan- president; Mrs. I'aul Comptoii, tages of a united Europe. Sir Max wild: Miss Maltha Gardner, secre"When the unity of Europe is firmly aud Miss Nancy Kincheloe, treasestablished gieat European wars tary, would become Impossible. The exces- urer. This week they will give an outsive armaments would become unnec- ing aud kitchen shower in honor of Misa essary and would gradually disappear. Delia Kincheloe, who will be married 011 Security would become greater. Mon- thetwenty-eight- h to Mr. Russell Compey would becouiu more plentiful. toii. would Increase by leaps aud bounds Salaries mid wages would Endorses Oolite Limestone. rise. "For not only could hundreds of milJ. R. M. Iloyd, author of little lions of pounds which urn now spent pamphlet, The l'armers Alfalfa Guide, on armaments be saeil mid be applied Columbus, O., says: "The Oolite lime to Industrial ami other productive pur produced by the Webster Stone und poses, but the pioduilivu power of milIrvington, Ky., is probably lions of ubtehodicd men. who now Lime Co., send their lime hi military drill, the best raw ground lime for farm purwould be mldeil us tin Important factor poses produced in this country." His lu producing .the things required by endorsement of Oolit2 puts it in the mankind." front rank of all fertilisers for alfalfa. He says it can't be grown successfully without the use of lime. coin-nion -- pence Is heie. Numerous well Inform- t'd men. suys the .,.w York Times, have declared themselves as be!i 'vlng that peace will be maintained hereafter by the United States of Kuropo n federation of the powers for tho welfare nnd lasting pence of the disagreeable, dictatorial and even contemptible, when they come to a store nnd buying tilings. There are hundreds of men and women, who go to price things without any Idea of purchase They nre not satisfied until goods Is brought down and thev have pointed out all the real and Imaginary defects. They try on all kinds of gloves and stretch them out "f shape; they put on all styles of cloaks ami walk to the mirror to see how it looks on thuii, and then they sail out oi the store saing. "I'll not tuke it toda." which means, "I don't want it at all. Never Intended to bur Leaving the clerK amid a wreck of r'bb,,lls and luces, cloth to smooth l"'Jt' 5"0 u"crlM of Kcl. not one cent of which did that man or woman buv or llr.O. 1' Miles. One thing that many of us need to know nnd put into practice is proper treatment of salesmen in stores. There are people who are entirely polite everywhere else, but gruff and sa. s; u go-ou- t I I n t. 11 11 11 I',os-perlt- y 11 Sends Us a "Bale" of Cotton. McQuady Milling Co., McQuady, Ky. 1 per cent of the to till population of Europe, accord lug to a press estimate, Is now at war. Taking the Balkan war ns a basis for calculation, the cnsualtle In the present war will approximate (550,000 killed nml 2.00.000 wounded. Slsty-nliie Ernest Carson, of Jackson, Miss,, scut the llreckeuridgc News last week n small souvenir hale of cotton. Mr, Carson writes: "It is 110 uncommon thing to see one or more bales out in front of a merchant's place of business. The movement has beeu it great thing for the farmers." buy-a-ba- Sells Store at Mattingly. W. N. I'ale has sold his store at Mat. tingly to W. T. Mason and J. W. New man. The parties were in town last Saturday and closed the matter at the office of V. G. Ilabbage. Mason aud Newman are now lit charge of the s The Story of Planters Hall Stock Farm lly 11. PlJr.cy Oncn. fag-end of The time wa when funning wit looked upon at tho enterprise, but the time is coining, nnd now is, when all businc tho fnrnicr has a chance to move the nobility of his calling. Of course, many factors must bo considered, such as soil, climatic conditions, etc., hut after nil, it is tho "man behind tho pun'' that counts most; and when wo sco a man who tanked a successful venture along any lino of endeavor wo sit up and take notice of his methods, for tho world want results and judges a man by what.hc docs and not by what ho might have dono had he been differently situated. Thin, little sketch is not intended to tdiow up one man above his fellows, but to )hov that intelligence and industry, properly applied, will get results in tho farming business as well as in any other. Mr. V. II. Moorman, Sr., came to lirerkenridgc county about thirty-livyours ago and hired to a prominent farmer as overseer, but this did not suit him, as ho wanted to build up a business of his own, so ho soon did tho wisest thing any young farmer can do, married a rood wife, the kind that helps a man to rotlizo his ambitions and anchors him to the good things of life. Ho did not have much worldly wealth, but ho had a fair education and unlimited energy and and started to build up a live stock business. Most of his nc:ghbors raised tobacco and paid but little attention to the improvement of tlio soil and the live stock they kept were just animals. The writer well remembers when "I'cnoiilc" bulls were plentiful and Lns resembled the coat of Joseph in appearance, but Mr. Moorman He wanted the best, and the best wa- - not satislicd with that kind. animal cost, money mid are worth the price. He argued that the lict is never too good and hacked his arguments with the be.t sires he could get, and time has proved the wisdom of his policies, as ho o 4-Da- ys Clearance October 28 October 29 Oct. Sale4 October 31 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 30 Men's Women's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Dry Goods and Everything in our Entire Line Shoe Department to to to to Bo'vs' 1.50 to Womens $2.50 to 2.00 to 1.50 to 1.25 to Childrens 2.25 to 2.00 to 1.75 to 1.50 to 1.25 to 1.00 to .75 to all-rub- $3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 Boys' 2.25 Boys' 1.75 Men's Men's Men's Men's to $4.50 Shoes $2.95 to 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.25 Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes 1.75 Shoes $3.50 Shoes 2.50 Shoes 1.75 Shoes 1.50 Shoes 2.50 Shoes 2.25 Shoes 2.00 Shoes 1.75 Shoes 1.50 Shoes 1.25 Shoes 1.00 Shoes 2.48 1.90 1.75 1.75 1.45 1.25 1.90 1.65 1.25 1.15 W. i 1 O i - 't r-y- UJkmmMMi. 1.85 1.50 1.45 1.25 1.15 Men's 26c Gloves .. '0c Men's $1.00 Union Suits 70c Men's SOc Underwent 30c Men's 25c Underwear 20c ioc Men's 50c Sweaters Boys' SOc Sweaters 40c Boys' 25c Sweaters 20c Men's $1.25 to $2.00 Hats $1.10 Men's 75c to $1.00 Hats 40c ...... Men's SOc Caps .... 30c Men's 25c Caps 20c Boys' 50c Caps 39c Boy's 25c Caps 20c One lot Men's $1.00 to $2.00 Hats 77c Men's $1.50 Shirts., 1.15 70c Men's $1.00 Shirts Men's 50c Shirts ... 39c . 10c Bed Ticking, yard 10c Bed Ticking, yard $1.00 Silks, yard SOc . ... 10c 8jc 70c 40c Otic i Silks, yard $1.00 Velvet, yard 12Jc to 20c Kmbroidcry, ynrd 10c Hardware Departnent $3.00 value 2G in. Drum Stoves ....$2.70 $2.75 value 24 in. Drum Stoves .. 2.45 $2.50 value 22 in. Drum Stovcs 2.20 Stovo Pipe, per joint Elbows, each 8Jc Grocery Department lb. 25c Coffee.. 21c lb. 20c Coifeo 10c 1 Package Arbucklo Coffee 21c 1 Packago Red Fox Coffee " 21c 1 lb. Green Coffee 21c 7 Cakes Clean Easy, Big Deal or Soap 25c 3 pounds Soda 5c 20 lbs. Best Navy Beans $1.00 2 Cans Pink Salmon 20c 2 Cans Corn 15c 2 Cans Tomatoes 15c 1 Ladies' Furnishings Ladies' $1.00 Union Suits Ladies' 50c Union Suits Ladies' SOc Underwear Ladies' 25c Underwear Childien's 25c Underwear Children's 30c Underwear Children's 25c Union Suits $1.00 Corsets 50c Corsets 70c 30c 30c 20c 20c 24c 20c 70c SOc 1 2 Cans Kraut 15c record at the Kentucky, Tennessee and other fairs that the 2 Cans Poaches ... 22c South wants good stock and i willing to pay the price. 2 Cans Lyo Hominy 10c Mr. Moorman told mc only a few months ago that he had sold 2 Cans Pork nnd Beans.; 15c about one hundred head of breeding cattle in the past year and could 50c Dress Goods, yard 30c 2 Cans Gooscborries have sold many more hud ho been able to 15c the demand. One Men's Furnishing Goods 20c 25c Dress Goods, yard 2 Boxes Oats man in Alabama b. night two carloads of bleeding sto k. 15c Men's 87. TtO Raincoats 2oc Waist Goods, yard (! Spools Clark's O. N. T. Thread $5.75 20c The way has not, always been casv for Mr. Moorman and his son, 25c Men's (5.00 Raincoats . 4.G5 10c Percale Sic o Boxes Parlor Matches for they lost Orange King Uy accident and about two years ago they 15c Men's 5.00 Raincoats 10c Dress Ginghams .. 3.85 1 75c Large Glass Lamp 8ic lothe main cattle barn by lire and some of the tinest cattle, but 55c L'.45 Men's $:!.00 Slickers .. .. 10c Madras, yard 8Ac 1 Lamp complete with No 2 burner 22c . the' rebuilt the barn, with some improvements over the old one, and 8.jc 7.!)5 Men's $10 00 Blue Serge Suits.. 10c Hope Cotton yard 1 Gallon Coal Oil purchased another herd bull, Hutlonwood Marshall, one of tho linest nc All Men'., Odd Pants at f Price 25c Satinc 20c 1 Gallon Vinegar, (acid) bulls in the country. They have at present as line a lot of calves and 13c Red Diamond Overalls, per pair SOc 50c Table Linens, yard 30c 1 lib!., 5 bu. Medium Salt young cows as thoy ever owned, and, what is better, they have suc1.G5 Men's SI. 00 Gloves 70c 10c Storm Flannels, yard SAc Sugar, Meat, Lard and Flour at lowceeded in interesting some of their home people in better live stock. Men's r0c Gloves 3'Jc 10c Outing Cloths, yard SJc est Market Prices. liolieves in the silo and has erected a large one this Mr. M fall. lie knows that live stock farming and soil fertility are closely will related and he further know.-- , that the more live stock he owns tho more manure ho will have to spread on the land, and as a conseDolquence the more grass and clover he may raise. Ho is a great behi- - meadows arc a sight to go miles to will liever in grass and clover and see. Other crops of a similar nature find a prominent placo on his farm, such as ryu and tho legumes. The large Hock of Hampshire sheep got most of their living the pa.- -t winter from tho rye iields, being housed and fed grain during the roughe.--t weather in January and February, and thoy were fat and sleek in tho spring and the lambs camo in as line condition as (locks that were fed on a whole grain ration. Much of tho ryo and other grass crops arc turned under for corn and then back to grass. The corn crop is splendid at present and will ho a bumper crop. Most of tho land was broken deep and and then hat rowed and reharrowed until n ideal seed bed was como at once, but were added as the finances of tho farm would permit made and tho after cultivation was comparatively easy. In passing, as it is only fair to say, as we said at first, that Mr. Tho corn will bo fed to mules and hogs and tho cattle. All tho Moorman owes much of his success to the fact that he married a good crops aro fed on tho farm and tho manure spread with a spreader at wife, and this fact is apparent to the visitor when he enters the home, convenient times during the winter and curly spring. to call and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, Messrs. Moorman believe in any kind of good live stock, but for Mrs. Moorman is a past mistress in the art of In as few words as possiole wo will give our opinion of the sub also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorcattlo is a specialty with them, and nothing pleases theso men more ized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started than to take a friend around over tho farm and show him the cattlo ject of this sketch and his methods: He boheves in good farming, soil fertility, drainage, grasses and and tell about tho methods employed. Of course, they aro busy men, by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your but thoy are never too busy to attend a farmers' meeting or live other forago crops. Ho believes in the best live stock that money home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of inappreciate his efforts in theis behalf stock meet, and tho junior member of tho firm, Walter Moorman, can buy and that his fellow-mesurance can replace. along this line. He knows that a good example along the lino of told tho writer that ho never lost anything by going to tho fairs and live stock meets, for it was not only pleasant to bo with his follow better farming is worth many sermons, nnd that when ono man BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. breeders, but he nearly always did some business and made now makes a succe.s others may hesitate and growl a little, but that thoy will scramble into tho baud wagon as soon as thoy see tho good things friends for the firm. The farm is a model of convenience, with barn- - for the various coming their way. Mr. Moorman believes in good roads and has FIRST STATE BANK, animals, and all conveniently arranged and kept in a good state of spent niuchtinio and money in improving tho roads in his section. Ho Irvington, Ky. a road drag to keep the roadbed smooth, and ho thinks it is one repair. Thoy aro building a stono and gravel road to 0 Ion Dean, J. C PAYNE, Cashier tho nearc-- t shipping point. The house is modern and arranged for tho best tools that can bu used. Ho behoves in education in its broadest sense and has endeavored tho comfort and convenience of tho inmates. Mr. Moorman believes in "woman's lights;" that is, her right to all thu good things that to give his children tho best education within his means, and last of will pay you to hear these girls preach Revival in Tobinsport. iiiouoy can produce, and ho has demonstrated tint intny conveniences all, lie believes in farm lifo and its possibilities, and that tho South is and ding. tho coming live stock center of the United States. Southern Agri may bo had in tho country as well as in tho city homo, such as waterRevival services began at the MillOnly One "BROMO QUININE" works, bathroom with hot and cold water, and a lighting system culturist. stone Free Methodist church last To get the genuine, call (or full name. evening. The girl evangelist, Mis which will bo installed soon. Tho junior member, who is tho busiBROMO QUININE. Look for signature ol Stillwell, of Stcphensport, are sixteen Look Exactly Alike. of Bvansville, and K. W. CROVH. Curca a Cold In One Day. Btoaa years old today. They are beautiful Llln Montgomery, ness mauagoi, has his office arranged for convenience, with type cough and headache, and works off cold. Mc. girls and a person cannot tell one from Miss Imogene Quinn, of Indianapolis, .uiaavs uitmiw writer, lettor hies, desks, etc. Of course, those things do not ull the twin daughters unit Mr. ami Oklim Jos. the other. of Do It New Subscribe Today Mrs. are engaged for the entire meeting. It One-Fourt- one of the best heard of beef cattle in the country, and hi sheep arc tho pride of the neighborhood in which he lives. It is to tho cir rts of such men that this country owes the fact that the scrub sires are almost a thing of thcpaM. When Mr Moorman went to the International and bought Orange Iving, the tinet Polled Durham bull that ever crossed the Ohio river, people he had paid too much for the animal and could not make him pay out, but he had faith in the cattle industry and bought cows and heifer- - of equal breeding and tixed up of the hot for a show herd, and their ha-tod- ay .80 .55 We sell the Famous Ball Brand and Goodrich Overshoes and Rubbers. Ball Brand Arties$1.75 All other rubbers will bo sold at greatly reduced pries. Wo have to oiler in this sale about 300 pairs of Men's, W omen's and Children's Shoes at to regular price. Don't fail to them they aro HAKE BARGAINS! h One-Half .. Ruh-No-Mor- o Dress Goods Dept. . -t IT One-Hal- . Mi-ru- All Goods not Priced above go at Reduced Prices. Come, bring the Family and Dress them for the Winter while you can Save lars. This sale be for Cash or Produce Only. Highest Market Prices will be paid for country produce. OVA GRAY - Garfield, Kentucky WE INVITE YOU sub-soile- d home-keepin- n u-- cs x LAXA-TIV- H I L Silver of Quality Rely on your own Mrs, Paris llarr, of Khodelin, who lias Judgment as to been visiting friends anil relatives in pattern, but re member durability Louisville the past week, returned home li the most impor Inst Sunday. tant feature. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Pitch, of Cloverport, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Keys last Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs. A. M. Hardin and ROGERS BROS. daughter, Mary Kills, and son, Juhal, Is tho name (tamped on Mettle Norton, of Miss Mary Noble, Mrs. the back of ipoons, forks Hardinsburg, and Mrs. Ilatetnaii, of and fancy icrvlnn plccci In silver plate of proven Lick, Intl., were the dinner French quality guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace l'arks " Silver Piatt last Sunday. that fears" Wide latitude for choice Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Payne visited li orrered in tne many Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ilashatn, of Frymire, exquisite acsient. Sold byleadlnsdealeni Sunday. everywnere. sena ror I ' Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, of uaiaioeue an snowing California, came in last week for a stay iimwi dciliina. Mr. and Mrs. N. 1'. with their parents, Robertson. totinufcxiH tlhrer Chas. Payne and daughter, Miss Eva, 8ueoaur to U.rUm Brlu.Dl. C. I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Melfe), Com. Sunday. of Lookout, Kd Krousli, of Frymire, was at Lodi-burlast Friday. Mrs. Ida Nottingham attended the IRVI meeting of the Knstem Star that conlast week. vened in Ouen.sboro of Auskcr It H. Norton bout-li- t Miss Klisha Youtsler, of Brandenburg, French last week five head of nice steers' was in town Monday. at Mr. and Mrs. John Woolilridge have The new schoolhouse just finished in returned to their home in Cecilia after a the Poplar Grove district is souuthing visit to Mr. and .Mrs. G. L. Brady. for the district to be proud of. Paul Wilson has returned from I.ouii- Mrs. 11. F. Harrison is visiting her ville. daughters, Mrs. James Sampson, of CinMrs. Nannie J. Wathen left Wednes cinnati; Mrs. James Kplon and Mrs. day for Indianapolis where she will be Mose Kplon, of Henderson, W. Va. the guest of Mrs. Reuben Miller. Sherman's raid through Georgia was Arthur Drane.of Webster, was in town a success, but Sherman's raid in the Thursday. will be a Fourth Congressional District Miss Lottie Bandy spent the week end grand failure. in Ekron with Mr. ami .Mrs. R. S Mrs. II. 1 Hardin has a few of the Dowel), finest young mammoth Bronze turkeys Mrs. Jule Hrashear, of West Point, At five months in the neighborhood. was in town Saturday. old the hens weighed 8 pounds, the Misses Maggie and Nannie Cowley toms loj pounds. Mrs. Hardin sold have returned from a trip to West Point Mrs. Jonas Bashatn a fine young torn. Louisville. The farmers in this neighborhood and Mrs. C. B. Frit., of Louisville, has have all their tobacco housed. It is the been the uuest of Mr. and Mrs. David best we have had in several years. Miller, Wilber Keys, Hale. Sam llrown, Asia Miss Blanche lolly returned from Hubert Keys mid Nile lleauchamp, Mercer liasliain left Monday for Illinois. Owensboro Saturday where she attend ed Grand Chapter. J. C. Payne was in Hurdinshurg Moil You Need n General Ton2c Whenever Take Grove's day. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Morgan Richardson, of Brandenburg, chill Tonic is equally valuable as a because it contains the has been visiting Dr. L. B. Moremaii. General Tonic well known tonic properties of QUININE Mr. and Mrs. J B. Hottell, Mrs. Ow and IRON. It nets on the Liver, Drives ing, Miss Essie Kendall and Mr. Leo out Malaria, Enriches the ISlooil and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. King were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, Basin Springs, bun day. George Huff spent last week in Evans- ville. Miss Nell Smith and II. P. Couniff Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of I.odiburg, spent the week end in Louisville, and was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp last were guests ot .ir. aim .Mrs. j. Friday. Younger. Mrs. Minnie Hrashear, of Louisville, is Miss Eva Carrigau entertained a num the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sills. ber of friends to a carpet rag tacking Mrs. Elizabeth Hrashear, of Louisville, Thursday afternoon. visited her sisters, Mrs. Sills, and Mrs. Eri . B. Suter, of Owentou, arrived Hettie Nappier. day to join his wife who has been spend Miss ing the summer months with Mr. and W. J. Schopp has employed Grace T. Wright as clerk in his store. McGlothlau. Mrs. T. R. A.Shellman has just received a line Mrs. Larue Cox, who has been ill for of fresh candies. several months, was tiken to the Mrs. Nannie Starrett, of Louisville, Deaconess Hospital Saturday. who visited relatives here last week, has Leslie Jones left Wednesday for Fords- returned home. ville. Mrs. J. E. Grant, of Louisville, who Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith have moved visited her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Sills, has re- into their home on Walnut street. turned home. A number of our citizens attended the Chas. Holder and Marion Weather-hol- t, play, "The Seasons," which was pre of Cloverport, were in town Friday sented by colored talent at the wareon business. house Monday evening. W. J. Schopp has painted his wareMr. and Mrs. C. W. Ilawes have re house which is quite an improvement. turned from Owensboro. The series of meetings at the Baptist Little Miss Shaw, of Hardinsburg' l, church, conducted by Rev. E. O. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. closed with eight additions, four McGhee. by baptism, three by letter, and at the Mrs. Winstead, who has beeu visiting close of the meeting one more joined by her daughter, Mrs. W. 1 Graham, left experience. Monday for Mautnee, 111. Mrs. W. J'. Schopp, Mrs. W. B. GardMr. and Mrs. E. S. Turner, Miss Lelia ner, Mr&Eugene Connor, Mrs. Geo. E. Mrs. Nell McClintock, of Louis-villMisses Esther Turner, Shively and daughter, have returned home after a visit Payne and Cecil Dix, attended the with Miss Mary Cornwall, Grand Lodge of the Kastern Star at Hayden nramlctte has accepted a po last week. sition as clerk with Eon Rhodes, of V. B. Gardner Spent the first of the week in Louisville on business. Rev. Kasey, presiding elder of the M. The literary society conducted by K. church, will preach at the Methodist Prof. Roy T. McCoy and Miss Lelah church Sunday evening . Belle Hawkins last Eriday night had a Bernard Carter has been visiting his at the school very interesting debate parents in Cloverport. that building. Subject: Resolved, Mrs. J. C. Payne was in Louisville George Washington was a greater man than Abraham Lincoln. Also singing Monday. Word has been received here of the and rescitations which made the evening very enjoyable for all present. death of James l'rank Biggs, of Louisville. We extend heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones. What Would You Do? Eugene Jordan, who has been visiting There are many times when one man his brother, Robeit Jordan, returned to questions another's actions and moLos Angeles, Cal., Saturday. tives. Men act differently under diffequestion Is, rent clrcumtances. The It Always Does The Work. what would you do Hunt now If you had a severe cold? Could you do better "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remethan take Chamberlain's Couth Reme- dy better than any other," writes R. dy? It Is highly recommended by E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have people who have used it for years and taken it off and on for years and It know Its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sargent, has never failed to give the desired rePeru, lad., sayt, "Chamberlaln'sCough sults," For sale by all dealers. Remedy is worth its weight in Bold Market Street Near Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED Market Street Near Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE, KY. 1847 1 PREPARE NOW FOR I YOUR WINTER NEEDS Men's and Women's Underwear and Hosiery MEN'S UNDERWEAR Mens Heavy Fleeced Yeager Colored Underwear; Shirts with Hat overseams (not a bulky line) the drawers well gazetted full large and extra good ffA finish; all sizes; price the garment m ml C Wat-lingto- WOMEN'S WEAR Women's Full-fashion- ed ed g black dyes, high-splicheel, double sole, large reinforced garter welt; all black, black u ith white feet and black with white split foot; regular and tytZg M9M extra sizes; price the pair . BOX Burson Hose ; fast OF 6 PAIR FOR $1.40 6c. Women's Bleached Ribbed Fleeced Vests; Silver Gray Union Suits ; Men's Heavy Fleece-line- d closed crotch; with large pearl buttons, .f jFXUU all sizes, 34 to 46; price the suit ff high neck, long sleeves and ankle length pants ; in medium and heavy u eights; regular and ePUL extra sizes; price the garment When Ordering, Please State Size and Weight Wanted. amount of their round trip railroad fare. Remember: Wo will fill.your orders for theso goods and send them to you FREE of elmrgo by Parcel Post ; also, we Will send poods not mailable by Parcel Post, and iimounting to 5.00 or more, FHEK within 200 miles of Louisville. customers on a basis of five per cunt of their total purchase up to the Railroad Fares Refunded to n Men's Socks, Guaranteed tor Six Months, 6 Pairs tor D 75 cents cMens Fall Sreckwear "PURE SILK FOUIf-IN-HANnewest shades of the season: TIES; in all the larpe full shape;: pluin colors, stripes and fancy designs; extra good value, at each 25 Cents J li ' " 'GUARANTEED toVEAR Sl.t, HOiV'TKS jj These socks will wear six months before they will neeil mending: if they lo not wear that loiitf, semi them hack to the manufacturer anil get new ones in place of thorn; colors uavv. tan, gray and black; guarantee- - ticket with every bo. Si I'airs to the box SlIEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS made of good cambric: regular nc quality. This sale, the dozen ....... J 40 Cents NEWS OF THE COURT. Jesse Tucker, for shooting Guy Helm with intent to kill, was found guilty and The sentenced to the penitentiary. length of time has not yet been fixed by the judge, but it is thought he will go for five years. Rube Merritt was found guilty of rob bing Mr. Terry at Stephensport. Kd Finnegan, Wilbur Tabst, Mike Aubery nnd Watkins were seat up for two years for Hen Powell and Sam Jones were sent to the House of Reform from Glen Dean. The grand jury has returned ten in dictments and are still in session. The suit of the Farmers' Union against I.on Jarboe was up for trial Monday and will continue for several days it is house-breakin- v Millinery Ell ror the Ladies and Misses 1,1 I I K J. thought. Toned Up Whole System. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of my billlous 'attacks, sick headaches and that tired feeling, but toned up my For sale by all whole system." dealers. Cot-trel- e, you need a new hat, we have them in the latest styles and shapes. Our Millinery Department can save you money, for we make a specialty of work ing over your old hats. We make them new. Bring us your last winter's hat and let us make you a new one of it at a moderate cost to you. Send us all your Mail Orders. They will receive prompt and careful attention. g Third District Teachers Association Program. Proeram tor Teachers' Association Third District, to be held at Stephens-por- t Saturday, October 24, at 1 p. m. Opening Song. Devotional Rev. H. Hoffman. Welcome AdJress Miss Lelah B. Hawkins. Prof. II. R. Kirk. Response "Explain the Ultimate Aims In Lan FREE! As long as they last. Drop us a card for our FREE Catalogue of Ch'WW V Coat Suits. It will save you money. guage Work" Music. MUs Lillian Cart. "Advantages and Disadvantages of New Text books'' Led by Allen Ban dy, Horace McCoy aud Mrs. Daisy 'Orendorff. and I take pleasure In recommending It." For sale by all dealers. Now is the time to subscribe "Professional and Community In terest" Prof. II. S. Ater. "Biography In History; How Uio It; Its Value," Miss Cecil Dix. Which Is liest?" Miss lillz ibeth H:ix-te- r. munity" Miss Zelma L'y Miss Elsie Baxter. Impromptues Tei'chers, Trustees, Value of Current and Supplemental "Discuss Iteadini! for Information Patrons. "Treatment of Unprepared" Dugau Literature" Miss Hallle Severs. Value of Latei" and Inspiration; Recess. , Address Supt. J. W. Trent. Severs and Laura Morgan. Miss Aha St Clair. Song. Closing Song. . "Purposes of Agriculture In the Pub "Value of Literary Societies and Ath"County Graduation Exercises and Supt. J. V. Trent, pres. He School" Grover Hayden, letics as a Factor in School Work" School Falrs"-Pr- of. J. R. Meador.f Roy T. McCoy, Vice Pres. "How May the Schools Aid In Bring"How May Geography be Closely Prof. G R. McCoy. ."Methods of Teaching Reading; ing About Social Pleasures In the Com Read the Little Want Ads. Related 10 Home Life of Cblldjn" B. F. Beard & Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXX WILSON PRAISES WORK OF SOLONS Makes Appeal For Return Democratic Suffered Twenfy-On- e Years Finally Found Relief. Having suffered for twenty one years with a pain in my side, I finally have found relief In Dr. Kilmer's Sw.vnp-Roo- t. Injections of morphine were of of my only relief lor short periods time. 1 Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station a1For November TELLS HOW TO Delineator 4 i became so sick that I had to Congress. WRITES LETTER TO UNDERWOOD Reviews at Some Length the Enactments of the Present Congress, Measures He Says Which Will Render the People Permanent Benefit. . The Tariff, Cost of Living and the European War. "Washington, Oct. 19. President Wilson In a letter to Representative Underwood, Democratic leader of the bouse, makes his appeal to the voters of the nntion for tho return of a Democratic congress. Tho president ex presses the utmost confidence In the outcome. The nation, he contends, never has failed to sustain a congress end administration that have sought Jto render It a permanent and disinterested benefit. "A pinctlinl nation Is not likely.' said tho president, referring to the congress, "to reject such a team, full of the spirit of public service, and substitute In the midst of great tasks either a party upon which a deep demoralization has fallen or a party which has nut grown to a stature that would wnrrant Its assuming tho burdens of the state." The letter then reviews at some length the enactments of the present congress and explains the failure of the tariff to lower the cost of living by saying the war has pcevented active competition from bringing prices "to their normal level again." The president continues: "The present congress haj taken its steps with courage, sincerity and ' undergo a surclcal operation in New Orleans, which benefited me for two years. When the same pain came European one day I was so sick that I cave up hopes of living. A friend advised me and I at once to try your Swamp-Roo- t commenced using it. The first bottle Solicits patronage of Clovcrport Business Men and Shoppers did me so much good that I purchased two more bottles. I am now on my second bottle and am feeling like a new woman. I passed a gravel stone "In tho course of the night the Geras large as a big red bean and several BELGIAN ARMY mans tried two violent attacks north small ones. I have not had the least rnd cact cf St. Die. They were repulsed with serious losses on tho feeling of pain since taking your Swamp-Roand I feel It my duty to IN THICK OF FRAY art of t". e er. r.v ." recommend this great medicine to all Why Not Publish It ? suffering humanity. Gratefully yours, MRS. JOSEPH CONSTANCE, When you want a fact to become Echo, La. German Advance Rapides Par. Alons the Sea-coa- st eenerally known, the right way is to Personally appeared before me, this publish It. Mrs Joseph Kalians, Peru, I ml., was troubled with belching, sour 15th day of Jul?, 1911, Mrs. Joseph Reported Blocked. Constance, who subscribed tj the above stomach anil frequent headaches. She statement and made oath that the writes : "I feel it my duty to tell others same Is true in substance and in fact. what Chamberlain's Tablets have done W.m. Monuwow, Notary 1'ubllc. BOTH SIDES BADLY PUNISHED for me. They have helped my digesSince tion and regulated my bowels. Letters tu using them I have been entirely well." Dr. Kilmer cc Co. For sale by all dealers. lllnKhaniton, N. V. Allies Recapture Armcntleres, Driving the Enemy Northeastward From Will Do For You Proc What Swamp-Roo- t Germans' FIGHTING Three to Five Miles Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., New Plan Calls For Advance on Blnghamton, N. Y., for a sample size Paris Through Northern France. bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Notable Progress Made by Joftrc. BE PROLONGED Information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. BULLETIN. t size and Regular Rotterdam, Oct. 19. A message all drug stores. bottles tor sale at German Drive Toward Warsaw Just received from a German sourco reports that the Germans are between Reported Checked. Fumes and Dunkirk and are neariiig FESTUS J. WADE the latter place. Heavy firing has been heard at Dunkirk. It Is supposed that destroyers or gunboats ARMY ENTRENCHED IN POUND Behind MoveSt. Louis Banker nre being used In the canals. ment to Aid Cotton Growers. ate $1.00 Bath $1,50 Earn your Xmas Money Before Thanksgiving The Meaning of The Baby's Cry Designs for Embroidery and Braiding, Crochet Edgings and Insertions. Newest Ideas in Charming Gowns. Beautiful number of Fashions. ot 1 Price 15 Cents WILL The NOVEMBER Woman'sHomeCompanion Contains the following articles : fifty-cen- one-doll- ar How to Use Cheaper Meats. Supplies That America Will Have to Do Without. The lobby by which effectiveness. tome of the worst features of the old tariff had been maintained was driven away bv tho mere pitiless turning on The soil In which comof the Unlit binations had erown was removed lest some of tlie seeds of monopoly might be found to remain In It. Tlif of privilege taa-janlc that the irodlrted 'lid not follow. Business ban alread- ai'j sttd itself to the new conditions with singular ense and elasticity, because the new condition are In fact roor- - normal than the old Tho revenue lcfi by the Import duties was replaced by an Income tax which In part shifted the burden of taxation from the shoulders of every consumer In the country, trout or small, to Lhoulders more certainly able to It. I'ntil the war ends until Its effects upon manufacture and commerce have been corrected we sha.l have to lnriose additional taxes to make up for the loss of such part of our Important duties as the war cuts ofT by ruttlnu off the Imports themselves a veritable war tax, though we are not at war- for war. and only war, Is the ause of it Anti-T- r st and Currency Acts. "It is fortunate that the reduction of the dutl"s nunc first. The tinpo.t duties collected under the old tariff constituted a much larger proportion of the whole revenue of the govern ment than do the duties .imlcr the new A stt'l larger proportion of tlw revenue would have been cut off by the war had the old taxes s'ood. and a larger tax would have ben necessary a3 a consequence. "With similar purpose and In a like temper the congress has sought In the trade commission nlll and In the Clayton bill, to make men In a small way of business as free to succeed as men tn a big way to kill monopoly In the seed, Monopolies are bul.lt up by unfair methods of competition, and the new trade commission has power to forbid and pi event unfair competition, whether upon :i big scale or upon i llttlo: whether lust begun or grown old and formidable." "Hy the ciirren'-hill we have ere ated a democracy of credit such as has never existed In this country before. For a generation or more w havo known and admitted that we had the worst banking and current) system In the world, because the volume of our currency was wholly inelastic SufTlce It l'ere to say that tho new bystem provides a currency which ex rands as It Is needed, and contracts when It Is not needed: a currency which comes Into existence In response tn tre cell of ever) man who can show a (.In-- ; busltie's and a concrete bnsls for ext'udlng ciedlt to him, however obscure or prominent hu may be. he Wo or big or little his business trttuvactloiw." frli-nd- s - Paris, Oct. 19. The features of tho official news aro that the allies have recaptured Armlcntlercs, driving the Germans northeast waid from three to five miles, and that the little army of lielslum, now tho extreme left of the allied line, is standing at NIeu-porbiavlng a powerful German advance toward Dunkirk, France. The Belgian, severely punished, but always In the thick of fighting, prevented the Germans from crossing the river Yser. The Germans are in gnat force, 400 guii3, 10,000 lufautr? and some cavalry having been rushol from Osteud to the Yser on Saturday While King Albort'3 army, with support from a new British army and from French marines and detachments from General Joffre's line in France, checked the Gorman advance nlong tho seacoast, the left wing of the allies In northern France made rotable progress, delivering a series of blows against Von Iloehm and Von Kluck, whMi forced the Germans to surrender Armentleres and villager to tho south. General Joffre, according to official reports, has driven tho German right wing about nineteen miles to the northeast In tho past four t, Teuton Force of 600,000 Settles Down Behind a Fortified Line Twenty-fivMiles West of Warsaw Austrian Attempt to Cross the San River Falls Big Battle Raging South of e Cleaning Up Southern Cities. Fashions and Patterns for Exquisite Hand Embroidery. No Such Thing as Untalented People. Przemysl. The news the Geiman-ltussiabattle front Indicates a situation resembling the vast rlego operations In northern Franco. The battle of tho Vistula, the center of lighting In the eastern theatei of war, may be compared to the bat s tie of the Olse and Alsne. The having halted a German d.ivo toward Wat saw, a movement nearly as powerful as the German advance toward Paris In August, are attempt ing to keep the Initiative. Tho Germans In Poland, having ''dug them- ALL selves In," with the protection of their characteristically line entrenchments are attempting to take root in Poland along a line but. twenty-livmiles from Warsaw. All Indications are that the lighting In this region wllf Oct. 19. Bus-slane London, Weddings Drug Store PRISONERS SHOT TO DEATH IS CENTS at I L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office Cloverport, Kentucky Among Copyright by Birauss. BACKED BY ROOSEVELT days. Another Expedition to South America Under Way. New York. Oct. ID. Leo Miller inammalogist of the Roosetelt expedition to South America, hat- just completed plans to start out on an other expedition to South America. He will leave New York within a few days bound for Porto Columbia, where he will begin his trip In the Interest of the American Museum of Natural History. The expedition which will bo conducted under the leadership of Mr. Miller has been lin.veed by Theodore Roosevelt to the extent of The object of the explorer and his party will be to make extensive zoological studies In South America, to gather collections for the Amerl can museum nnd to study the remote region to be explored. $3.-00- Eartlioval'.e In Cres:e. IM. Gioat damajta Athens, Oct was dune, by the oaitlmuake In The vI1I:ih of KapurelU I'yrl, iKar 'f woro do-- i were the idim-ktroved. At Tiiul-"'by subterranean Tho Grecluu province of suffered most. Twenty distinct In ' voro felt there- Tho number asua!Ucs Is not known. !"!:, rum-bllii-- a May Surrender Tslngtau. Washington, Oct. 1!). Reports woro in circulation hero to tho effoet that the Germans am about to surrender Tslnntau to th Japanese attacking Germany force. and Lasslgny. Information strengthens the impression formed on previous day3, that the Germans aro subordinates all operations elsewhere to their new plan of advancing toward Paria through northern France; weakening their lines In the center and the eas: to give power to the new offense In Belgium, and that General Joffr3 If meeting the situation by heavily reinforcing his left wing and never surrendering the Initiative. The Gorman plan to envelop the allies by suddenly seizing the railroads from I In channel toward Lille has failed. The French are making progress How To dive 'Quinine To Children. along the MeuBe and are repulsing every attempt of the Germans to get FCTRIMNK la the name given to an Improved Quinine. It is a Tattcleta Syrup, pleas- siege guns near Verdun, Toul or to take and does not disturb the stomach. ant An attack on the line of Toul-Be- l Children take It and never know it Is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot fort was repulsed near St. Die. take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor The Germans have established civil cause nervousnebs nor rlnulne in the bead. Try It the next time yon need Quinine (or any puradministrations In the German part pose. Ask for original package. The name FliUKIUMi is blown In bottle. IS cents. of Belgium and are said to have demanded war levies from Ostend and Blankenberghe Ostend being called TO THE POINT upon to pay $1,000,000 and Blankenberghe to supply certain provisions Supplies and food amounting to for man and beast. Sino.OOO.OOO have been hent to Europe from Chicago since var was declared. ALLIES MAKE GAINS Dayton school calendar for the next Mhool year provides for ten months' Official Report on Operations rebooting, with the usual holiday and French at the Front. acutIon periods. 1'arls, Oct. 19. The government's Wendell, eleven, of Bridge-porHerbert official communique tends: O., died at the state school for "Tho Belgian army has vigorously the donf at Columbus from hydropho- repulsed several attacks by the Gerbia. Tho boy was bitten by his ow.i mans delivered ngalnst points of dog at home. on the river Yser, which empties Dr. Harry M. Jenkins, thirty-two- , ir.to the North sea nt Ntouport. On physician, who two weeks ago was our left wing, to the north of the caman ltnl to Miss Freda Hlar-- of San- nal of I.abaBHo, tho allied troops have dusky, O., was found dead In his of- occupied tho front oxtendlng from fice In Washington C. H., 0 a suicide. Glvenchy through lilies to Fromelles. Robert A. Tuft, boii of former Pres- and have recaptured Armentleres. ident Taft, and Miss Martha Rowers, "To tho north of Arras, the day was daughter of tho late Moyd W. How-ir- marked by notable advance on our solicitor general duilng a part of part. In the region between Arras the Taft udmliilr.tratlou, were married iiud the Olse wo havo made slight lu Washington. progress at certain points. In the center and on our right wing the situation Is unchanged. Now Subscribe trade-mart, pas-tag- o s, These successes, slowly gained, hae so straightened the allied line that it now runs practically north and south from NIeuport and Ypres In Ilelgtun. to Armentleres, Arras, Albert, Roe Bel-for- t. right Austrian reinforcements are reported in the passes of the Carpathians." The Russian operations along the East Prussian frontier do not appear to have been more successful than the German effort to break through the fortified line in eastern France. In Gallcla the Russians have met with reverses similar to those of the Germans In northern France at the time of their near approach to Paris. They have been compelled to retreat t.'om a line that was hardly sixty mile from Cracow to a line that follows the river San. I.Ike the Germans in France, the Russians kept their armies Intact and are In position to start a new advance toward Cracow, provided they can advance their forces In Poland and Increase their efBerlin Police Raid British Consulate. fort In Kas Prussia. London, Oct. 19. According to reports reaching here from Berlin," Dyspepsia is America's curse, To telegraphs the Kxchange Telegraph at The restore digestion, normal weight, good company's correspondent health and purify the blood, use Bur- Hague, "German police have entered dock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug the nritlsh consulate In Derlin, where the British relief committee has been stores. Price $1.00. working tn with the American embassy, and arrested TO THE POINT every one on the premises. No explanation of this course was given. Jeannett Alvoid. twelve, died from Mr. Weston, secretary of tho commitat her tee, and his asslbtant, will be held In tho effects of burns received home in Columbus. custody until the end of tho war" Senate passed the Alaska coal lauds leasing bill, which now goes to the The name Doan's Inspires confipresident for final approval. dence Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney twenty-two- , a farmer Joseph Kane, Ills. Doan's Ointment for skin itch-inliving southwest of Redd!ck, LI., blow Doan's Regulets for a mild laxaoff tho top of his head with a shotgun. a negro, was lynch- tive. Sold at all drug stores. Nathan Brown, ed by a mob near Rocholla, Ga., for New Cathedral Opened. shooting to death Edwuid Rountrce, St. Lruls. Oct. 19, The St. Loula u farm overseer. cathedral, begun seven years ago, a.id which cost $3,000,000, was opened Pltos Curdta6 to M Days Your drvctUt wilt refund money U PAZO with a solemn high mass by Arch any cue of IUhlo. bishop Glennon, who was assisted by OINTMENT fails to cut Blind, Bleeding or Protruding pli In 6 to 14 day. TlMlrtt application gird XM tad But. Mf. may rhnrrh dignitaries. e. be prolonged. The German force of 600,000 men, according to Russian Information, has apparently settled down behind a fortified line. The Russians are striking hero and there, using Cossacks effectively. The official statement by tho Russian general staff was as follows: "Austrian attempts to cross the San river have failed. South of Przemysl the fighting continues. At several points there were bayonet attacks, in which we captured fifteen Austrian officers and more than 1,000 soldiers. General Maytorena Strikes Terror Yaps, Washington Naco, Ariz.. Oct. 19. gave permission to bring the wounded Constitutionalist soldiers to this side of the line for treatment. About 22," of the defenders of the town o' Naco, Sonora, have been brought to Naco, Ariz., and placed in an Improvised hospital In the opera house. Local doctors and doctors from and Douglas came to'attend them. General Hill's execution of all prisoners has struck terror among the Yaquis. His men declared that over 100 have been executed by the Hill or troops. No prisoners, wounded otherwise, have been held. Not a man among the 225 brought to the American side was a Yaqul. Maytorena declared that he was not beaten, but admitted that he needed more ammunition. In the firing Sunday a bullet from the Yaqul lines struck a lamp In the home of W. L. Humphrey In Naco, Aria., and started a Are that consumed and residence and another residence and lodging house. His-be- e Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies CZ30qf0l0l0lCZ30Plg Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. aopilcTOIoliCTOPi, We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING V(o pay the poitnsu both wayi on nil imckuiros Ulo. or over. Work Kiiuruiiteuil nrat-el- ai Prompt SO YEARS IN RUSINF Write for information. Hotter! still, send trial bundle. Offices: 62S W. Jeffron St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will nrlttt Vnil ll.w.n i.. ... !...?., Want ads. Bring Results ' Vir i.f ( BRYAN'S CALL TO KY. DEMOCRATS ELOQUENT SPEECH DEI.IVEREC IN LOUI8VILLE AFTER MAKINQ ADDRESSES IN OTHER CITIES. UPHOLD THE PRESIDENT BY ELECTING BECKHAM F l Bryan ; in $ It h- Advises To Sustain Preslden' Wllion by Electing Democratic Stati Ticket President Must Have Sup pur. 01 nouac ana ocnaic Work He Is Doing. ureal Hpntlnrnflt- i- Tr la vni-J IV, Ifrnleasant to return to your creat city under circumstances so favorable. The . only embarrassment that I find In ccm-ing Is a natural embarrassment, be cause we are prone, In civil life as well In military life, to overestimate the part of those who load and the work of the nameless multitude without whom a leadet would be powerless. I have been trying for eighteen years to unload a ' large part of the credit that generous friends have been willing to bestow upon me. Because In three campaigns I occupied a position of leadership and carried the standard of the party these friends, learning to know my name and not knowing the names ol , y those for whom I stood, gave me the ABft frlirt. fVint lmlnnrra tn nil QMitl. Imnt-- . . . Twn rnqra inn I I. ica. and climbing up tho Andes stopped 'for a day at Iraqulpa. The rainfall Is so small there and the sky so clear that Harvard University has established an observatory from which to photograph the stars. And they tell me that one night they turned their ' great telescope on a distant star, and when they examined the plate they found not one star, as they had thought, but more than 4,000 stars, and T.nrilnia nml " v Xvouisviuc, hy. (Special.) Achieve i'ments of the Democratic party sine Its succession In power, In fulfillment of pledges made prior to 1912, wer 'described by William Jennings Bryan l Secretnry of State, following a one day tour of the state, at a meeting held Inhere Thursday night. He reviewed jstho work of President Wilson and .made nn earnest plea for the electlor. ln November of Mr. Beckham and Mr 1$ Camden and the Democratic nominee! for the House. .'lit ui jitu oaiu in iuil. I fas under-estimat- .when they examined the heavens the starsappeared as one. And when I heai of that, I thought that it described Just lltjwhat we are prone to do in politics, lr and It fitted my case exactly, and I have been glad to tell these enthu elastic friends that that, which for JVmany years they have been describing Bryanlsm, was not anything for fwhlch I was especially responsible, but was the sentiment, the heartfelt sentiment of six and a half million of Democrats, of whom I was only one. Kentucky's Stars. And many of tho stars that have .. . ,i , i . .. .... Lviieipeu iu mane up .i ugui, uiu ui.i iuuvu iuvuu Kentucky stars. As I look back to the convention or 183G, in which this great reform began, or, rather, not In which it began, for that convention Itself was the result of a struggle that lasted for something like a year but as I look back to that convention, as I see my- self again standing before that magnificent audience, I recall two faces that I shall not forget, for they seem to represent the enthusiasm of that -. body. They were the faces of two stalwart One sat over hero and one over there In that convention, and when that convention rose to applaud, these faces seemed to stand out more strongly than the rest. The man over here was Gov. Hogg, of Texas, one of the greatest men that that state has produced. And the man over here was Ollle James, of Kentucky. That was his entrance into politics, and he has remained, he has grown until he has become one of the great figures in our National Senate. I never think of that audience that I addressed on that day without seeing his face his boyish face again. And as I'have come into Kentucky, I have met your people from time to time and learned to know them, and one, of those I have learned to know well la one who, after the fourth of March, will stand by tho side of Senator James In the United Stages Senate, and I am down hero in this state not becnuso I doubt tho result of this election, hut. for tho double purpose of increasing, If I can, the majority for your two candidates for the Senate, Mr. Camden for tho short term and Mr. Beckham for the long term, and tho return of all the mem bers of Congress In whose districts I ave appeared to speak. I have been in sevoral districts to- ar. and I am glad that I closo the dar In tho district of Mr. Sherley, a r man who has gradually forged to the as one of front until he stands the leaders of the Democratic House standing back of the President. What a change has come Blnce we began this fight. As has been Bug- men. .to-da- BEARER THE STATE member. If President Wilson had done noth Ing more, ho has emu idpaf d the nn lion from thraldom to tho b"neft claries of protection, nnd now every citizen of this country can walk up tc tho polls and vote ns ho pleases with-oufear of being run out of business. The Income Tax. Hut I had another surprise. They mad the tariff rates lower thnn I expected them to be. I hnve been In fnvor of nn lncomt tax ever since I have, been In politics. I believed In the tax wo had twenty year-agnnd when 1 think how we who hud advocated It were denounced ns nnd disturbers of the peace, and called everything down to an.irchlsts beh cause wc favored a 2 per cent tax on Incomes, nnd then when I see n tax ranging from 1 per cent to 7 per cent, ami the whole country accepting It, 1 am ashamed of the moderation that characterized our earlier years. Yes, an Income tax of from 1 per cent to 7 per cent, and every dollar of It lessened to thnt extent the burden to bo borne by the struggling masses of tho country. Not one man In ten will pay an Income t.ix, for not one man In ten has an Income of J.1,000, nnd those whoso Incomes are less arc entirely free from this burden. Hut these men arc exempt. Why? Hccnuse under the other taxes they bear more than their share, while under the other taxes the men now laxeil with the Income ta bear less than their share Therefore, ot least, nine out of every ten are bencnted by the Income tax. having their own burden llKhtened, while thos ' who now pay tho Income tax are only bearlni? burdens that heretofore they have shifted to the backs of others. I say on. In ten of all the people. It Is better than that. Why, not even one Ilepubllenn In ten will pay nn Income tax, and the othe. nine llepubllcnns oiutht to thank th Memo-rnt- le party for niaUIni; the 011 oome up and bear his share. Among - tli "'. not one In thirty will p.n- an Income tax. Of course, the Keptibilc.in.i will pay more Income tax than the ocrats. Why should they nit ' " ? liavo the Incomes on which t i pay. nn that Is n pretty Rood test of uhat a trw has been Kettlns out of the R.Aernment Those liepubllcnns have been holding th national olllres nil these yenrs and dr.iw InK the national sal.ules all thee ye.us. nnd they llxecl the salaries themselves and they have been Renerous to themselves. Xot only thnt, but ltnlnR the From hit latest photograph. Copyright by Cllnedlnst, Washington. government, they milked It dry. They have been voting favors nnd pilvlleges to SECRETARY BRYAN. themselves. N'ow, having for a generation taken from the people money that J. C. W. BECKHAM, they eniRlit not to have taken, they ought gested by Gov. Beckham, it has been short term, you have done your best to be satisfied. If we let them keep what Democratic Nominee for United States Senator. a long struggle, but It has been a de- to help In tho Senate, and If In this they got, to pay a little Income tax on It. Shcrlcy to the lightful struggle. I know nothing that district you A Story on the Tariff. fidence In myself that I used to have. try to take advantage of the war that gives a man more real satisfaction House you have done your best In the Several times have found a man with hos come, come without nny fault on thu Whv didn't the Republican party bring good, honest face, und have said, thert part of the Democratic party or of tho than to feel that he stands for a cause House of Representatives. More than you relief In taxation? Why didn't the Is a Democrat, and 011 Inquiry 1 found nation, and while the President Is trying me ask you to remember this, Ilepubllenn party reduce the tariff" It that can not die. Yes, It has been a that, let was a Iiepubllcan. Hut liU to protect the business a chance. .MI factions and long struggle, tiresome at times and too, that tho only way In which yov had Republican party have had awings of that be was a Democrat. So I that not country, and Instead of Interests of this do withdrawing tho the chance. mother tedious, but a reward we have won, can register your approval of the splen- Tnft had n chance, but he didn't Improve knowI what kind of un audience this Is, money from the banks nnd thus com pelting tho banks to withdraw moner am going to risk my Judgment. did record of our splendid President the opportunity, nnd lloosevelt had twice but I thought I was happy two years ago. am going to venture the assertion that (rom business and cripple business, bo ban ns long do nothing In and be I did not think I could be happier than is to write It on your ballot on elec- It. Whytodidn't they reduce the didn't do nine out of ten of this audience, Demot,n- - tuuiiiKu ii, nr. me. iiinei ic.iii peopini tariff I was then. Then I had a chance to tion day. you n story that Illustrates crats, llepubllcuns, Progressives or what- In take this burden upon themselves for T.ct me tell why. A man went Into n clothing store, nots, will, when I take u vote, vote In the protection of the country. do something for Republicans that Ballot the Only Way to Express That nnd when tho merchant was not looking favor of the new system rather than of The President and International had never been called upon- - to do be lie snatched a coat nnd put It on and ran the old one. I am going to nsk you to Approval. Problems. vote, anil those of you who like the new fore. I then Indorsed the veracity ol out. As he went out the door the merIt is pleasant to have two Republic- chant cniiRht sight of him nnd took after system with the center of finance at And while ho has been solving the probtwo Republicans who told the truth him. crvlng, "Stop thief!" Hut he didn't Washington better than you do the old lems nt home, he has had to bear u load about each other, and I thought I was ans meet upon tho street and say, "Is stop. Then the policeman Joined In the system with the center of finance In Wall In tho nature of International problems having the time of my life, but I am he not doing great work?" But it is ol chase and shouted "Stop thief!" but lie street, I10I up your hands. heavier thun often fulls to tile lot of a There as a sea of hands upheld). President. These troubles ure not of his happier now than I was then. I have no avail if they belle their words by didn't stop, and then the policeman I drew Now. all of you who would like to go muklng. Some of them were Inherited his revolver and said. "Stop or will been here I think three times when 1 voting for Republicans on election day. shoot," nnd the merchant became ex- hack to tho old system and put Wall from ii previous administration. Thu Mexand cited nnd grabbed the policeman nnd said. street In charge, let us see your hands. have myself been the candidate, and You might meet in ican situation developed before thu Pres(There was not hand). ident took the oath of office. In February have been here at other times when by unanimous vote commend the Pres ".Mister policeman. If you do shoot, shoot See how conservative was in my opin- piior to tho 4th of March, lluerta turned him In the pants; the coat belongs to I came to appeal for other candidates, ident's course, but if you go to the me." ion. I said ten to one and It Is everybody against the President under whom he polls and vote for Republicans who to nothing. Is It not glorious to think served and by an act of high treason that but during all' these years I have made Republicans Couldn't Shoot. that a Democratic President and a Demo- would have Justified his execution in any a different speech from that which you tie his hands and paralyze his efforts, Tho Republicans could not shoot the cratic Senate and a Democratic House civilized country of tho world miidi; a you have not lived up to your repwill hear Iiepubllc prisoner ot his President and then allowprotection thief, for he was clothed from should take up the work that resentation. head to foot In tho things they owned, an tsenaie and Mouse might ed him to be nssassinated while he wan Hopes Then; Realization Now, Let mo now call your attention brief- md If they went to consider the tariff have done and did not do and do that his captive. And you will find In the recThey say we in politics say the ly to the larger points of this great reduction, one man said, "Don't reduce woik so well th.it even the people, thatg ords of tho State Department a telegram woolen the tariff make tile lluerta sent to President Tuft, "I samo things over and over. That Is record that you may decide for your en goods."nn Another Roods; I"Don't wool- proiesien against now bill ttiuie it was the which overthiown the government." passed are Indoislng It as said, partially true, but I have a new selves whether you desire to commend cotton poods; I am interested In thetouch best financial system that this country have then this man had the Impudencq n And lo ask President Wilson to recognize him Roods business." Another said, "Keep ever saw? speech for you. I have never had a the President or to condemn. I am away from boots nnd shoes; that Is my is President of Mexico. Hut President Dealing With Trusts. chance to deliver this speech for you. not hero to toll you how to vote. Wilson said "No." He couldn't overlook business." And wo when they went I have fed you on hopes; am hero rather to tell you about your around they found some prominent IleHeretofore And when they got tho currency Hup the methods employed and be could not now I will stuff you with realization. vote and how your vote will count on publlenn who represented eveiy Industry laid by they took up the trust question iguoiu the fact that this man had by profited by eveiy schedule. So instead nnd in have two piss- Col ce of arms extended a hateful desHeretofore I have told you what we one side or the other. of reducing, they raised It all around that ed. The first provides for a trades com- potism over an unwilling people. He would do If you would just give us a Tho first thing to which the Presi- they might have more to contribute to mission that will, as far 11s an admlnls-nativ- e his policy of watchful waiting, and body can do it. piotect us lioin iiinoiim ed that. Instead of using force, chance; and now I have come to tell dent addressed himself was the tariff the next campaign. That Is why they tarllf. Hut when the the tiust evil. Then tlielo is the Clayton he would use moral pressure, and then you thnt the half had not been told question. It Is nn old question, so old didn't reduce the got Democratic party there It could shoot 1.111, signeu or 10 ue signeu shortly, lor the Republicans begun to laugh nt watchWhy, that which has been accomplish that none of us can remember when that thief anywhere, for it didn't h.ne It lias passed both Houses, and thu Pres- ful waiting and Jeer at moral pressure. cd has exceeded the promises of the this fight began. I began making anything on that belonged to any of Its ident has already sl;:uill'd his appiovul. The Iiepubllcan leaders demanded that he lecngiilze lluerta and the .lingo That Clavton law iiuihlblls Intcilm-kinparty, and even the expectations of stump speeches when I was twenty members. press wanted to know why ho Why would not the Ilepubllenn party Clayton, years of age, and I have been at It now give us nn Income tnx? I remember when illiectoiiites. Th.itprice ami law piohlblts jldn't send an army to Mexico to restore, the most sanguine of us. uisciimiiiaiion that i.iylou of the years. It Is hard to describe what happen- thirty-fou- r This Is my eigh- we secured the passage we the Income tax law gives totrying laboring men what we aider there. by pushHut he stood oppoago, liuve ed two years ago. We have to go away teenth campaign. Congressional or law twenty years Iiepubllcanhad the and a secure been mem for eighteen Jeuts to ing and pushingfilm, and finally, lie pushed and pushing, party of nil the lor reiiet 110111 government back Into history to find anything like Presidential. I began fighting for a re- sition big part of the Democratic party. Why by injunction -- nnd It makes a distinction lluerta out of Mexico and acioss the Atchance It, back thousands of years, and the duction of tho tariff thirty-fou- r that ougnt In nave been ilriiwn In the lantic, giving un oppressed peopleAnd years didn't they give you an Income tax? Just tho between n man's labor, whit-I- to secuie economical reforms. the nearest parallel I have found Is In nso, and Kentucky began long before an party men who controlwith Republiclarge In- is a part ot himself, and Inanimate iboilt that time war bloke out in were the men Holy Writ. It is where tho Red Sea I began. You have been a pioneer In comes, and they preferred to put the burseo ind things we call That is Ihe then tlie people had a chance to emdifference between the methods opened and allowed the children of tits war of tariff reform, and your den of government upon the poorer mem-bet- s what bus been done so far Unit line of the Kenuhllcnn party that thev It is the Hist time we have had u Preh ployed here and theie. and the mothers of Israel to pass through. For did not great men have stood In tho forefront might enjoy f this country, whose hearts ate sad as the privileges and favors lil. nt who dared to h the u. at tin the Republican party divide In the cen of this great conflict. without bearing tlnMr share of the ex- toot of the tree. Why did not Pivsldeut they sympathize wllb the sonowlng mothers of fiom whose homes penses of government. not the Democratic Presi ter, and did Tuft lay the ax lo the lout of the tree' the bieadwlmiers have been drawn to thTariff Lrw tho Best. Why did not President lloosevelt lay the dent march through? Currency Reform. battle flout these motheis whose sons, ax to the root of the tree." Ice. also they if And what a record he has made. had allowed himself to The President, by with crop was laid by. wen- - leaning against the tree, mid they be the Piisldeut the llepubllcuii leaders, So, when the coerced by Wonderful! And he could not have tho Senntc nnd House, has produced President Wilsontaxation took up the cur- didn't want to their support. Presi- might now be perishing upon foreign thin soil t President we made it without a Democratic Senate the best tariff law tho country has had rency question nnd here was another dent Wilson was the in an unnecessary war these mothers who was flee from entanglethe jught to Hi. ink Cod for a President who and a Democratic House. since tho Civil War. I speak advised- question upon which Why Itepubllcans had have had didn't the Ile- ments, free to take the people's side. hnd every chance. kept pence the western world. ly, for I was on tho committee that pre- publlenn party reform the currency? Did McAdoo and the D.mks. Where. The President's Labors. usk yon, would this nation bo it not know that It needed rt fanning? the only other tariff if, when up opportunity such as And then a few days ago Secretary Mcgovernment. paredthat we have ever hadreduction You can go back eighteen years anil you Is not a This never has comu before and may never In fifty will find the law some leal lied One man in the White House can do years, tho law of 1894. And this law chiince. Why Itepubllcans had had every Adou not using that money of the banks come again, It were not iu position to tinthat thej had Impiove that opportunity? weie reform And how great things, and yet from the begin- Is better than that law was. That was didn't dare to currency the only but they bouowed Horn the government. lie kind of present the learned that bumu of them, Instead of could we bebusy peucemuker of thu world ning to the end our constitution bears the best law that we could get under reform that they proposed. lending it out as uauKs should to incut if we weielepubllctrying to kill our hi othacross the Rio Cirenda? the Impress of the Idea of the When Wall Street Ruled. the needs of their communities, weiu pil- ers In stands a nation those conditions, but wo have the diplomatic clearing up high, und Here The President can recommend. conditions now and wo have a better What a difference between the two sys- It wus leserves uiinecess.iilly be lucked ing house of all the world, (io Into the better causing tlouble, and That Is the beginning. And he can sign law. This law gives us lower tariff tems the old and the new. We had the urouud tu see what he could do. Now countries t tint ure at war, and every-wheyou will find nit the business bethe bill. That is the end. The Presi- rates than I thought It was possible to old system In 1U07 und under the old syshave not had u chance yet to ask him tem If out West or In and dent's actions aTe the Alpha and get, and it not only gave tho people needed a bank It hud to go downthoto South how he found out this lemedy, but I can ing done by tho American Mmliassy tbesu money Wall guess. 1 guess he went to the Dllilc. thu American Legation, und while Omega, but the rest of the alphabet Is relief the consumers of the country street to get It and In order to net It It accomplished the have That Is one advantage the Democrats things lias putbeen poweiful inlluence Presgo In the Senate and the House. Ills Unless back relief from the high tariff of the for- hnd to If down on ItIts kneesonnnd beg for have uer the llepubllcuns. lie went to ident got the President has the Senate and the mer laws, but It set a nation free. As It andWall Itstreet Itfixedgot It the the terms the Hlble and he found u cusu that Just of u pence plan that has spread mora man who fitted this one. lie found the p. liable of rapidly thut nny other peuco plan ever that und House In sympathy with him, his I look back over the campaigns In got It hud Indelibly Impressed on his the that one of tin- ipread. It bus been only u year and a recommendations are in rain. Unless which I have participated I do not re- memory that It wus a special favor thatil men talents. He foundone talent. Instead half slnre tt wus proposed, nnd yet It ha who had received must ue pniu duck on ucmanu, and then of using It, wrapped It In u napkin und been Indorsed In principle by almost evhe has the Senate and the House to call another campaign until this one they attached a string to It so ery Important nation In the world. that they earth, und he send him bills to sign, he waits pen when they did not bring out tho threat could draw It back when they wanted It hid It In thu the Hlble, when found that, nations, altogether, und wo have to the muster But, fortunately, the of panic to terrorize the nation. The without regard to the welfare of the com- of the bouse came hu called up tills mun twenty-nin- e in hand in vain. treaties signed. "They used to talk of these little treatwas the wave that carried our party beneficiaries of protection who had munity. Thnt only to old plan. same tidal to use his talent and ho ies, You bad If who bad icfused talk of little treaties no bo to New to the White House gave us a substan- their hands In tho pockets of the na- you wunted not borrow your money,York If took It from him and gavo it to those more,but they of them signed on Septemto for live but would use tt. tial majority In both the Senate and tion, who had been making tho laws you wanted to get your own money some- who guess that .McAdoo said that Is the ber 15. Included tJrent Hrltaln, France, I they China und the House, and this President of ours that determined the amount that they timesmoney couldn't spare It. In 1107 they thing to do; und he Just Issued a notice Spain, thut exercise Russia, five governauthority over had South which they began work at once. According to the should collect from the people these had Invested from thewatered stock; when that If any bunk got money from the gov- ments one billion human beings undmorn In their thun we ernment and, lnsteud of using It to help not only hnve these treaties constitution he had from March to people had at ever campaign used a the water was squeezed out they couldn't the business of the community, wrapped that link us like have your own money December to rest and look around. part of the money they had collected let youfor It nnd they said no. buck. You It up In a napkin and hid It In the vault. to something (loirs footstool, but In of all addiYou asked give buck, that It might be the people on we But he did not need rest, and he did by unjust laws to deceive those who asked tion lo this have the principle Infor bread and they gave you u stone. You It must some Itbanks thut would to not care to look around. And so he could be deceived, to purchase those asked for your money and they gave you given Is whut comes of having u use It. dorsed by (iermuny nnd Austria and we Piesl-debelieve thnt before we celebrate acaln th certificates. Ami when That on the side of the people. just called Congress together and kept that could be purchased, and to Intim- clearing-hous- e you hnd to you we have money to pay Now, thut the birthday ofbythe Prince of Peaceevery shall Congress together. In all the nation's idate those who could be intimidated. your said be united Imdepositors, they said, "Why don't sentimentmy friends, I believe overwhelmthose treaties to country you treat your depositors like we treat ingly back of this law nnd is am going to portant nation In the world and these history no Congress has even been in 1 of this you?" And then In a night the wires nit my Judgment to the test. I do not treaties provide that whenever any disCalamity Threats Failed. session so long, and no Congress has spread the conspiracy that was formed Imow Just what kind of an uudlence. we. pute arises, no matter what kind of a been more busy while In session, for dispute It Is, If It defies diplomatic set They had told the farmer that he from ocean to ocean, nnd the next morncanlooks good to me. Hut full. would lose his home markets If he re- ing the citizens of the country were not have, itliow many Republicans are here. tlement. It must be submitted for Investhe President kept the hopper not tell to one piece of legisla- duced the tariff. They had told the allowed to draw their own monev out of It is so hard nowuduys, when the lle- tigationmid it permanent International triJust as soon as a year's bunal must where they had finding out thu tion was ground out he had another laboring men If they dared to vote for bankswnai nappeneu in depositedI It. That publlcnns are tell llepubllcuns error of for Investigation and time passionsbeto given for subwas ask you their wuys, to Demund side and for reason to resume Its sway proposition ready to be considered; tariff reduction their bread and but- business men, I ask you J07. financiers, I nsk ocrats apart. They even try to laugh contracting parties ngreo that and working together, they have given ter would be taken from them, and vou llenubllcans. If that old svstem hmk like Democrats, so I don't know what and the pot declare war or begin hosIhey. will where us a record without parallel in the his- they had warned business men that down In times of profound pence, a war kind ot an udlence this Is. tilities until the cessation of that time. wouiu inai system oe now Willi tory of our nation, for no other Pes! tho wheels of industry and of com- over half the world. Merchant Marine. Americans Are Proud of Wilson. I have now given you u few of the dent has over accomplished so much merce, would stop If thoy dared to lay Change In Financial Center. These, my friends, ure n Hurt of lh might cull your attention larger things. as has Sir. Wilson. a hostile hand on these sacred tariff Why didn't they give you n currency to the fact thut the Republican party for iccord of Woodlow Wilson und of the, Senate House that have stood merschedules, and In some of the cam reform? liccau.se the only kind they ii generation has been talking of a party buck of und theWould you Elect Beckham and Camden.. him. lebuko a man thought of wus a deforming of the cur- chant murine, but the Democratic who has made such a reconl as IhitT I desire first to emphasize the fact, paigns they had posted up notices In rency nnd not a reforming of It. The utiirted a merchant marine without talk tho laborers the more and I desire you to benr In mind, as I comeshops thnt Wednesday need noti only planonthey had was to offasten money ing about It. And I may temlnd you thut No. you would not rebuke him. not If oii take film you the chains back on unless tho securely the the Ilepubllenn leudels who have spent a place could whisper hisoff In some quiet proceed, tho fact, that tho President and condemnation In trust which they represent. What nre generation trying to belittle t'.n patriotcould not have given you one single, tRepublican . party was successful. This the Important features of this bill that ism and Intelligence of the Democratic his ears, but ou ran not find a quiet . 11 . . l.j1 no obscure There place to mmI tho Republican lenders passed? act of romedlal legislation had ho not is mini iuuj luivu uuuu, manywiuy uau we haveyou one, 1 will just take tlmo party, thut telling the nation that who place, you can Istnke your President nnd the which ana 11 is ine most im- liuve been honest, to give had a Democratic Senate and House, deceived nnd misled visit The most Important thing about Democratic party did not have Intelli- would, your condemnation on him if von persons, and I suppose portant. Is lie stands before the world. Ue and the lurtner ract it alter .viarcn 4 this bill that it transfers the financial gence enough to conduct this government, Hands where nil the looks on, nnd bus tho Republicans have either the Son-at- some of the more timid ones were al- center of tho country from New York to tlnd that after the Democratic party Re- If you humiliate him worldmust humiliate you tho most afraid to wako up the morning Washington. It Is only a short distance, proceeded to do ought things thnt thu or the House, he can not aftor that to have done and him In the eyes ot nil mankind. Hut, my party a. little over 200 miles. The difference Is publican law wont Into effect, for fear so many of the things that the Ilepub- friends, jou will not do It. You are proud date glvo you any other remedial leg aftor that would short that a take cover the land. But train In New York lobbyist can nnd bethe undo purty has done thut those leaders af this President. You glory In a chief In llenn at midnight islation. If you want these Ideas car- darkness tho American challenge the nation's Judgment only way to carry them when they awoke they found tho sun Washington long enough to bother both dare notsingle measure of the Detnocratla executive who Is has lifted, world around. ried out. the flag until It seen the Senators and members of the House be- nn one nut is to elect Democrats thero to sup rose as usual, they found the soli had fore Congress convenes the next day. party and now In this campaign are try- What will you do? Will you haul down No. I believe when election that the Issue and port him. In this state tho only way lost none of Its fertility, they found And yet It took over forty years to drug ing to dodge permnnent things Instead of comes ling? only will ull the Democrats not that hnve talking about to help carry out there Ideas and con- that the energies of tho nation had not the center of finance 200 miles. been accomplished try to befog you with march side by side and express their been Audience Votes for New System. ballots, tinue three reforms la to e?ect Beck they Impaired, and thon they saw that details of the temporary meusure cnll-e- d approved by their Tlepvbllcansbut I belleva will say. had been fooled, and then the I used to think In my younger days that the the war tax that Is not yet formed. multitude of ham and Camden ta the Senate. Al- I could tell n Democrat from a Republic-t- a That Is the situation. They are not ready "Now Is the time to forget differences state you elect these two pretended partnership between the If In and Wilson by looking at him, but I have been to meet the Issue on these things that of parties speed stand bypeace." and bid party was men, one to the long nnd one to the mighty and the Republican toward the Democratlo party has done, but they him God fooled so often that I have not the con IN t demu-Rogu- "UPHOLD PRESIDENT," HIS KEYNOTE dissolved by retirement of the senior m THE STANDARD ilV Diiii-icrat- urn Irr 1 t i i 1 11 1 I 1 1 mass-meetin- 11 1 t. 11 Iie-in- cot-Io- 1 alit-ad- tn 111 -- t meich.-iiidlse- . 111 - 1 lo-- 111 H 111 1 y one-ma- n - ie 1 Thlr-t)-foi- ir three-quarte- rs nt 1 1 1 1 e 4 tls 'T BE m NOTICE! Clovcrport Citizens Should Read and Heed This Advice. Kidney trouble is dangerous and often fatal. Don't experiment with something new and untried. Use a tested kidney remedy. Hesln wltn Doan's Kidney Pills, Used In kidney troubles CO years. Recommended here and everywhere. The following statement forms convincing proof. Mrs. Edward Cullen, Eighth street, Cnnnelton, Ind., sajs: "I always praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity. I tried many remedies but none seemed to take hold of the trouble like Doan's KMney Pills. They acted like magic on my kidneys, and It wasn't long before I was permanently cured. Vou may continue to publish my former endorsement of this remedy," Price .sOc. at all dealers. Don't simplv ask for a kidney remedy gtt Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Cullen had. Foster- Mllburn Co.. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. - PUREST Fxtra Fanrv SpIt Risino SWEETEST Snnw Drift Firct Patent BEST Rnh White!. ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Taxpayers! We are giving every man, woman and child in Breclccnridge county a chance to pay their taxes W before the penalty goes on. We are going to col- - M lect, so why delay? Everyone is given a chance. This is a business proposition. We have given a bond to collect and WE ARE GOING TO DO SO. Meet us at place and date below. j Mook and Lodiburg, Monday, Oct. Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! It LHardinsburg more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE 26 Uuion Star and Madrid, Tuesday, Oct. 27 Constantine, Frymire, Rockvale, Wed. Oct. 28 Hudson, Webster, Mooleyville and Glen Dean, Thursday, October 29. Bewleyville, Chenault and McDaniels, Friday, October 30. Big Spring, Irvington and i i i i j Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong acaraxx; Saturday nnd Sunday. Miss S.illle Meador, who teaches ut Tar Springs, spent Saturday and Sunday with herpareuls, Mr. and Mrs, Abe Meador, Stephensport Sat-- 1 urday, October, 31. Custer, Wednesday, November 4 Rosetta, Saturday, November 7 Respectfully, j j Henry Knue, of McQuady, was In town last Tuesday in the interest of the McQuady Milling Co, Have jou one of our coat suit catalogs? If not ask for one. B. F. Board & Co. Dr. F. L, Lightfoot and Mrs. Light- foot, of Cloverport, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Heard last week. Nathaniel Shellmau, who has been in Louisville at work, has returned home and entered high school. litre There was a game of foot-ba- ll last Saturday between the Brecken-ridg- e County High School and the Louisville High School bny.. The score was 13 to 9 in favor of Louisville. Sneriff A. T. Beard arrested Frank Lester at Cloverpoit last Wednesday for breaking into a box car. Deputy W 11. Gibson arrested John Pool and Irvjn Ilursk') in the Hill Horsley case. Harney Frank, brother of James Frank, died at Lakeland last Friday His remains were brought here S.itu. tl.ij, and laid to rest in the Frank family ing ground in the Oakland neigh ' ri.ood. Ui to five weeks ago Mr. mule his home with Mr. and i'rai k Mis. Urval Frank. When in Need of Anything Come to us 1 Saturday was stock day, with anothhig shipment of good cattle from this point Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and Mary Louise were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Gregory has been appointed by the Central Commltte, of Louisville, as delegate to the Annual meeting of the W. M. U. of Kentucky, e Dr. H. K. Royalty, .Master of to be held at Somerset, Ky, November, Lodge No. 67, F. and A. M , is 10, II, IUI4 H. L. Hrucer, and little Miss Nancy Mr. Heard knew nothing in Louisville this week attending the Kincheloe. After Oct 18 all trains will stop at He will return of it until iie went home to dinner and Masonic Grand Lodge Hensley's Switch at Hawkins Smith's found all of the guests there and din- Friday. place, for the accomodation of passengers. ware, must ner on the table. Character, like Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Then; be paimtd before li is glazed H Goraullo, official stenographMr. and Mrs. A. M. Wood were cn bo nn clung", alter tt i burned. er John Elizabsthtovvn, attended com t The Old Standard ircnernl streiiKthtnlug tonic, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank GKO VK'S TASTUlliSS chill TONIC, drives out from Malarin. enriches the ulood.andbulldsupthe sysIltecher. A. T. BEARD, S. B. C. ff W. C. PATE, D. S. Wm. GIBSON, D. S. A. J. DYE, D. S. J. B. CARMAN, D. S. to State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I . Lucas County. Krnnk J. Cheney makes oath that hp Is senior pnrtner of tho Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. dolns business In the City of Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid, nnd that snld Arm will pay the sum of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Cnlarrh that rnnnot be cured by the use of HAMAS PATAllIltl CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo nnd subscrlbd In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. r. 1886. A. W. OI.EASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally nnd nets directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. Sold by nil Drucfrlsts. "Sc. Take Hall's Family Pills lor comtlpatlon. Shoes For Everybody! We are at home to everybody interested in the best creations in FALL FOOTWEAR Our shoes for children, men and women show their distinctive superiority at a glance. The Best Shoes at any price. Our moderate prices and choice shoes have made a mighty host of friends for us. I I er t COME TO US FOR SHOES Ilreck-enridg- I. B. RICHARDSON r. a dpi Fin Urllll ILtl' 1 pur'-tlui- . L'PNTiirtfvl IILPIUVIll last week, MNs tem. A ttuc tonic. For adults and children. SOc Ruth Chambliss, of Mook, was Mr. and Mrs Aums Hoard wers in a ductor at home Saturday. LouNville last week in consult Marcus Kincheloe it confined to his about Mr. Ho.ird's health. His many home. His friends hope to see him on Impo that he will soon be well. friend the street again oon, I,. Ilurlon and son, Johnnie, of Edgar Crews and niece, Miss Elolse Handsome wedding presents in sterling Mystic, wusialled to Missouri last week Crews, left Friday for Big Spring to siher. T. C. Lewis, Jeweler. to see his brother, who is seriously ill. visit his bister, Mrs Chas. Cr;i)croft. Mrs. Marcia .Mattiuglv, of Kvant-villK Kitielieloe and. Mrs. Kincl.-elo- e Dr. J. Sam Hobertson, of Glen Dean, was came Saturday night 10 visit her were in Louisville list week. the guest of Miss Marcilla Lyons Suu son, Ernest Mattiugly. day. Mrs. Kolur t Ilendrick has returned Marriage licenses: Henry Tomer to from Cloverpoit where she has been Several from here attended court at visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maude Allen; Wilbur Payton to Ruth Hardinsburg Monday. E. Wheatiey; C R. Halls to Rebecca J. Harney Squires. Mr. and Mrs. Bsrn Rhodes, of Kirk, Willis; Homer Hennett to Lora Thorn-hilMrs. Cornelia Miller has gone out to Dau S Hobbs to Shellie W. Curry. were the guests of her mother, Mrs. New Helhel to visit Mi. and Mis. Dejarnette, Sunday. Our Furniture aud bufgy sale is Mollie Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jolly were the Prices are down to rock still on Miss Ida Dowell, of (Jarfield, spent guests of relatives at Kirk Monday. bottom. H. F, Heard fc Co. last week with her brothers, Judge D. Walter Bland lost a fine horee last Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skilltnan and D. Dowell anil R. T. Dowell. sons, John Edward and Clarence Noble, week. Mrs. John Marshall spent Saturday were the guests Sunday of Mr. and HilliousV Feel heavy after dinner? and Sunday in Cloverport with her Mrs. A. N. SUllman, husband who teaches in the High Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? LivHob Kennedy and sister, Miss Ida School. er perhaps needs waking up. Doan's Kennedy, of McQuady, were the guests Kegulets for blllious attacks. 23c at Mrs. Alice Illntun, of Louisville, is Saturday and Sunday of their parents, all stores. visiting her sister, Mrs. Orvil Frank. Mr. and Mis. James Kennedy. Supt. J. W. Trent, who has been sufDr. Milton Hoard, of Louisville, was fering with his eye for several weeks, In town last week. is in Louisville being treated by an Our expert trimmers in our milliuery oculist. department makes a specialty of make-in- g Mrs. Drink Cannon is quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. Amiel Oelre, of Clover-por- t, over your old hats. U. F. Beard & have been the guests of Mr. and Miss Millen Mingus came up from Co. Mrs. Charlie Hcstun. Harned Saturday for a short visit with J. T. Smith, of Glen Dean, was in Mr. and Mrs Henry Hasham. Misses Lillian Heard, Louise Moortown Sunday. t, man, Nancy and Delia Kincheloe, MarMisses Runa Board and Mary Dr. E. C. Harned and Mr'. Harned tha and Isabel Gardner were the guests of Custer, were here Saturday to last Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. have returned to their home in Garfield attend the Teachers Association. John M. Skilltnan at their home, Maple after a week's stay with their daughMrs. E. C. Harned has been with her ters, Misses Mary Ann and Martha Lawn Stock l',trm. daughters, Misses Mary Ann, and Hnrned. Misses May Pile and Ura lllack, of Martha, in Hardinsburg for several Rev. Kasev, the presiding elder of days. Harned, spun Saturday and Sunday the M. it. church, will preach at the with Mrs. I'Ved lii.lumi. Mrs Robert Hull who has been the Kiid.iy night. guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry KenMrs, II. M. Heard euteitaiued last chuich Star Brand Shoes are better; They nedy, returned to her home in Irviu-gto- n Tuesduv lo u turl.ey dinner ill honor of Saturday. her Imsb mil's thirty uiuth birthduy are all leather found at II. F. Heard & the following guests. Mr. and .Mrs. Co r!ardlnsbure Ky. D.H.Smith after a business trip lo Kev. J, E. Meng, of Louisvlllu, will Jellerson nnd Woodford Counties has Tuylor lleaid, Sheriff A T. Hiard, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heard and children, Mr fill the pulpit at the MiptUt church returned home,' I s, l; Dick-MilleUen-net- Dowell. Mis Ella Dowell was the guest of MUs Ina Nichols Saturday night. OHIO HAPPEH1BGS Baptists Meet. Canton, O., Oct. 13 Celebration of annlersary nioetlng the eighty-nintjf tho Ohio Ilanttt convention and anniversary moating :he eighty-fourtDf the Ohio Baptist Educational began today and will continue Jntll Thursday. Tho general work of the denomination In Ohio will be Tho principal women's meeting will be held Wednesday, as will also the ministers' conference and the election of officers. h h For Sale! On Easy Terms at Once horse mules -old -old 2 1 Women Denounce Imperialism. Mrs. Carrie Akron. O., Oct. 19. Chapman Catt, president of the International Women's Suffrage Alliance, and Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, president of tho Ohio Women's Suffrage association, pleaded here for equal rights In Ohio. .Mrs. Cutt referred to the war In Europe, charging It to imperialism, which she denounced. horse mule 1 gray stallion 1 gray mare (large) 1 horse colt 1 mare colt 6 head of Sheep; 3 head of calves -old - War Argument Ends Fatally. Cleveland. thirty-nin- ing a boarding house war argumeut at the dinner table Dlkllsh, a Servian, entered Into a spirited argument with another boarder, which wus terminated only when his opponeut slashed him with a knlfo. Woman Struck by Car. Lancaster. O., Oct. 19 Mrs. Ada Moore, seventy, stopped In front of a streetcar and was fatnlly InJ'ired. Tho car had to bo rajsod from her body. She Is the mother of nine Woman Commits Suicide. Port Cllnton. " 0., Oct. 1') Mrs. Hayes Adams Ciypsum. thirty-two- . Oct. 19. Uio Dlkllsh. was stubbed to death dur- And also my farm of 60 acres. Good dwelling, (8,000) of fairly good barn and about lumber to build a stock barn and other buildings. eight-thousand Call or write F F fil ASSCOCK. Locust Hill. Kv H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Cumb. Phone IS. Residence Shcllman tlouu committed sulfide . .. uoiic nciu. nor iii'snniin, icoiner two sons survive. . by drlnkl.-.- K . .. cm- - Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky niu A Office Over Farmers Bank You Money IRVINGTON PHARMACY, The Drug Store That Saves