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The Breckenridge news: October 28, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914102801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 28, 1914 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL.. XXXIX THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. No. 1 f- r- BOOSTER TRAIN! Starts from Louisville Thursday Morning With Democratic Orators :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Train Leaves Irvington 8:30 a. m. Train Leaves Cloverport 9:35 a. m. Everybody Come out Tomorrow Morning. Hear and see Gov. McCreary, Ollie James, J. C. W. Beckham, Ed. McDermott, Johnson Camden and Ruf us Vanzant. Do Not IVIIss Tire Train CONGRESSMAN BEN BEN JOHNSON SAVES I WEEK OF PRAYER And Self Denial Will Be served by the Woman's Ob- Mis- His Plans Providing for Enlargement of Capitol Grounds Adop- sionary Society of the odist Church. Meth- Best Democrats the Has Ever Known. The week of prayer and self denial MisWashington, Oct. 20. Without a dis- will bt observed by the Woman's sionary Society of the Methodist church Col. Bon Johnson dropped down on a big crowd nt Hardinsburg passed the senting vote the House all over the South, November ' to it. Johnson resolution providing for the acMonday like a bomb from German air-shiNobody was looking nuxilllary is ananging quisition of property near the Union Sta- The Cloverport programs to observe the services for him or expecting him. Hut ho was there just t lie same. Hit tion for the enlargement of the Capitol the coming got noised abroad over the telephone. Vie l'ile got busy and daily. grounds. Monday afternoon the Ladies' Aid n crowd of loyal, peiiei-lovinHe nocrati, Republicans and I'rogres- Thc property was previously acquired, from 2 to 3 o'clock In order WBut President Wilson held up the awards will meet prayer service maybe held on the Kcntuckian's complaint that the that the '3 to 4 o'clock. The topic for the awards for certain railroad property were from Monday afternoon service is "'Thy excessive In the new resolution the awaids commission can pay the railroad Kingdom Come." Tuesday the time of the service will only the original cost of the property and be changed to 2:30 to 3:30 o'clock. The interest is "Our Uebt to Rio Girls Representative Post, of Ohio, sponsor- subject School in Urazil," which was visited by ed a substitute resolution without this reduring his last striction that was defeated. Representa- President Roosevelt Ren Johnson's resolution represented visit abroad. tive Wednesday alternoou Mrs. Allen a saving of f 600,000 to the Federal Kingsbury will give a report from the District Oonfeience at Livermore in connection with the praer service. Thursday afternoon the service will Leaves for Shrevesport be "Thanksgiving For Success." Friday the regular monthly business C. J. Karnes, of Shrevesport, Ia , for- meeting will be held by Mrs. Conrad The reg merly of Hawesvillc, came to Itardius- - hippel, third burg Thursday to see his aged mother, ular Hues will oe luKeu ami a service 01 er 'Mrs Mary Karnes, who will return to praj held. S.Uuflluy afternoon the Junior Di ' Shrevesport with him. She has sold her vision will me-i- t at 2:30 o'clock. y 11 p g i ted Unanimously. vote to tear down all that has been done by tho Democrats in Congress for the pust eighteen month. Mr. Johnson spoko for an hour. He had tho best of attention, SPEAKS TO INTERESTED CROWD MONDAY and his utcranccs were loudly applauded and every word seemed to sink deep into the heart of tho people. Hon. G. K. Ilolbcrt, of Elizabethtown, who was billed for a Urges Democrats to Stand by Our President by speech, made one that was well received and applauded. Ho is an Voting For Beckham and Camden, Two of the orator, a man of brain and power, and is fully posted on the issues of the dav. JOHNSON Party To Our Public Spirited Citizens. nice Home 111 bhrevesport where she will .reside the remainder of her days. TRUE AS GOSPEL Js'o Detnociat can vote in the 4th District can vote against lleckhani without hurting Ken Johnson. No Democrat The Domestic Science class of C. II. S. can vote against Ken Johnson without Will give a Hallowe'en Kete to the pub- hurting Keckham and no Democrat can lic iu Oele's Hall, Friday niuht. Octo- - vote against either without hurting President Wilson. K town News. Hallowe'en Fete McQUADY SPECIALS At The Mill That Saves You Money Patent Flour, per barrel only Per 24 pound sack Golden Grata, per barrel only S 5 tiO 71 i $ 5. 20 GO , Per 24 pound sack Bolted Meal per bushel Per sack Shipstuff and Bran oven weight sacks, per ton Shipstutf and Bran, odd weight sacks Shipstuff nnd Bran, single hundreds. Cotton Seed Meal, per ton Cotton Seed Meal, single- hundreds, The above low prieo are for this wcok only. - 1. 08 54 ..... ,27, 1, 1)0 $27, 40 . 40 ... $10, 00 1. 50 Wo prepay freight on all shipments exceeding 400 lbs., or more in weight to all stations on the Henderson Routo and on tho M., II. & 15. railroads. Corn Bran in bulk 50c per hundred at tho mill door only When you are thinking of building a house call on ns for plans and specifications, wo furnish them Free of Charge. JSTWlion ordering do not forget that the CASH MUST ACCOMPANY THK ORDKR. McQuady Milling Co. McQuady, Ky. For some time past there has been house to hou.-- c canvassers or salespeople visiting our city which was just recently rebuilt from a heap of ashes. Wo are striving to maintain our stores, and in doing so, we must have your patronage. As you know, tin cad is an inexpensive article to you, but tho dealers (ourselves) make but littlo prolit on thread: likewise pins, calicoe.-- . ginghams, and many other articles too numerous to mention. On the other hand you are paying an illegitimate prolit on the article we are thinking about. Know ing that the saleslady who calls on you makes a prolit of from 40 to 50 per cent, on her sales to you. No you do not know that, and wo knew before we wrote this article that you did not know it. or you had never thought of the truth of the matter. Therefo-we deem it necessary to call your attention to these facts Just a couple of other things and a question to ask you! How miny of you are pleased after you purchase i If not, why not compare the article purchased with what we have iu stock, or can order for you at a more reasonable and legitimate prolit.' The last thing to bo thought of is the FACT that YOUR children must be educated. Can this bj done if your patronage is taken away on a mo-- t prolitable article Wo merchants pay a large part of the school tax and wo must have your patronage to do it. The last, but not the least, - the fact that the churchc-- . of your little town, and of tho surrounding country, MUST lie upported. Have you lost sight of the fact that we merchant-an- d businessmen contribute to a large degree to tne maintenance of these institutions which you could not and would not do without t And for us to continue in giving to tho churches and paying taxes, we must have your patronage, which by our standing in civil society iu your town and touuty, rightly belongs to us. TRADK AT IIOMK! PATRONIZE NO CANVASSERS! WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT! THINK THIS OVER! Do you want your stores occupied by progressive business people, or would you drive them from your midst and seo only blank, ureary loomng empty nouses. (Signed:) F. W. Pevton. B. F. Beard & Co., Louis Jnrhoe, J. W. Tealf, T. J. Hook, T. A. Rhodes, 15. McDavis, J. II. Gardner, Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Tho Farmers B mk, sices hurried to tho county Capital to hear the great Commoner and By M. B. Kincheloe, Asst. Cash. By Z. C. Hendrick, Asst. Cash. guardian of tho people's rights. They citno in buggies, horseback, on tho train, and some walked live miles, so euger were they to see Prof. McCoy Does Not New Baptist Church. their honored Congressman and hear him tell the story of hi- - worl Want G. H. S. to be Apart Kev Uowls, who has been holding in Washington. meeting at Guston, a protracted Mr. Johnson was introduced in a short complimentary speech by closed it Sunday, October 18, and orIn the Chapel exercises Monday morn- ganized a new church ho was not a public speaker Gen. D. It. Murray. Mr. Johnson at that place, ing at the Cloverport High School, and made no pretentions to oratory, but ho would try to give an ac I'rof. McCoy said: "We do not want with 4O or 50 members. A new count of his stewardship and his work in Congress. He he had the school of Cloverport to be separated church building wilt be built next spring. been thoro for nearly eighteen months continuously doing his duty Irom tho town and we trust the citizens as best ho could, and looking aftor the interests of his people at home. will come often to visit us and take an Sell Old Burley. I Ins was his first opportunity to appear before the people in tho in- active interest in the school." Ilorsely ic Bro, of near (Jarlleld, terest of li s race for Congress. I had rather ho defeated, he said, sold on the breaks In Louisville last Cantata Practice than to sacrifice the interests of my people. I urn only here at this week 4 hhds. of old Burley at 6 to H. The cantata "Jehovah" will be given cents. This Is the best sale of lato day to urge all people who love peace and tho great policies of sometime next month by the choirs of Hurley that has been made. Wood row Wilson, to como out and vote for thoo policies. You have the Methodist and Haptist entireties. two of tho best men iu Kentucky, or in this nation, to vote for in Mr Iru lie hen is director. Dinner Guests. this olection in J. C. W. B3ekh.nu and J. N. Camden. If 3011 elect them V3U will have inon who will stand by Woodrow Wilson and his Young Men Will Give Dance. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson iiadfor Mr. policies, Thoy are goo I men and tine to all tho principals of Dem Invitations have been issued by the their guests Monday for dinner, Col. ocracy, and will help to carry on tho work so ably begun by Mr. yoiwig meu of Cloverport for a dance lien Johnson, Geo. II. I.yddan and O'Keilly. ou owe it to them and to be given at Oelze's hall tonight, John Wilson and the Democratic administration. October !iS. to yourselves that the work of this administration should lie endorsed Attends Funeral. by you, and your vote for tho Democratic nominees next Tuesday Grape Juice Healthful. Mrs. lilla Mattlngly, the elllcient will help them and show that you endorse their work. Orape Juice will make you fat. It is postmistress at Garfield, returned from Ho said, if you don't approve tho work and Mr. Wilson's poli also a splendid tonic when iron rust Is Hawesvillc Monday, where she bad cies, you should voto for my opponent, Sherman Ball. Ho is a stand- - added to it In the right proportion been to see her mother, Mrs. C. E pat Republican, a follower of Tuft, and is opposed to every measure rape Juice is line for tubercular Price, and attend funeral of hercousiu, Chas, Sherer. passed by the Democratic administration. If you elect him he will e i.- -- Urcck-curid- STEPHENSPORT. Prof. H. A. Ater, wife and daughter, and Allen Jtitidv. of IrvinKton. were entertained by Mr, and Mrs. Geo, B. Shlvely Saturday and Sunday Mrs. A. J. Dye and daughter, of Clifton Mills, were guests of Mrs. L, D, Fox Sunday, Evert Whitehead, of Rome, was In town Saturday chopping. Paul M, ll.ii.liam, who has been In llowlltiK (5reen for several jears attending school, is spending several Isville last week for a visit to his father days with lilspircpts. Mr. and Mrs. W. and other relatives. L. A series of meetings began at the M. E. church Kumluy. Pastor W. C. Holt-ma- n is conducting the services. Prof. Unfits McCoy and Prof. J. R, Meador, of the Cloverport High School, was here Saturrlny and took part In the Teachers Association. Mrs. Clifford Moorman, who has been with ber daughter, Mrs. O. W. Dowell, for several oionths, will return to her home in Hlllsboro, Tex., this week. Mrs. Julia Chick, of Louisville, was luvt Thursday visiting her old home known as the ltassett place. It has been 'JO years since she was here. R. H. llennett was in Louisville Sate Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. .Send for testimonials, free. CO.. Toledo, O. P. J. CHRNRT Sold by nil nniRRtMs. TSe. Take Ilall'a Family rilla for constipation. A. IJ. 18S6. (Seal) State of Ohio. City of Toledo. I .. I Lima Ponntv. Trnnk J. Cheney rnnle onth that he Is enior partner or inn nrm or h . j. enrney Co., ilolnir binlne-.- -. In the City of Tonnd ledo. County nnd State nforpunld, that n.ilil nrm will pay tlir mm of ONIJ lltlNDItKn lOM.AIl& for each and every rano of Cntnrrli tlint cannot ourril by the use of HA l.IH CATAItlttT CtlllH. J. CHUNKY, Sworn to boforo inn and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of December, 1 4-Da- ys Clearance Sale4 October A. W. Ot.RAfiON, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 28 October 29 Oct. 30 October 3 1 urday. The Teachers Association which was held here Satuidny in the li.iptist church, was largelv attended, thirty three teachers being present. Miss Cecil Dtx, who IimS been visitlnc relatives in Owetisboro, returned home last week. Mrs. W. J. Schopp is in Louisville this week. John E. Itirbee has .told his stock of e groceries to A, 1$. Casliman. Mr. Bar-bewill spend the winter iu Florida Prof. King and Prof. Williams, of the Irvingtou and Hardlusburg High Schools, were in town Saturday attending the Teachers Association. Dyspepsia Is America's curse. To Ed Whitehead, of Cloverport, was in restore digestion, normal weight, good town last week doing some work for W. health and purify the blood, use BurH. Gardner. dock Biood Bitters. Sold at all drug A. B. Cashiiuti was- - in Cloverport hut stores. Price $1.00 Friday on business. Wm. Gilbert spent several days of last week in Louisville on business. Misses Isabelle Moorman and Bessie R. Weatherford, of Harned were week end guests of Miss Nancy Hoard Richard Whitworth and family have moved back to their farm near Gar field. Mrs. Julia Brown, of Woodrow, Is here the guest of relatives and attending the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. B Richardson Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Geir came down from Louisville Sunday to attend the, meeting and visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Drane visited relatives in Duncan's Valley and Con- stantlne last week. Sandy Thornhill and family, of have moved to Garfield. Pastor Leslie Delinrt, nssisted by Rev. J. T. Lewis, of Pordsvillc, begun a stfrits of meetings at the Baptist church here last Thursday. Large and appreciative crowds are attending and great Interest is being manifested in the splendid preaching that Brother Lewis Is doing. Tills is the fourth meeting Brother Lewis has helped in since the building of the Baptist church here, and he is held in the very highest esteem by nil denominations and people in the community. Men's Women's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Dry Goods and Everything in our Entire Line Shoe Department $3.50 to $4.50 Shoes $2.95 3.00 to 3.50 Shoes 2.48 2.50 to 3.00 Shoes 1.90 2.00 to 2.50 Shoes 1.75 Boys' 2.25 to 2.50 Shoes 1.75 Boys' 1.75 to 2.25 Shoes 1.45 Boys' 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes 1.25 Womens $2.50 to $3.50 Shoes 1.90 2.00 to 2.50 Shoes 1.65 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes 1.25 1.25 to 1.50 Shoes 1.15 Childrens 2.25 to 2.50 Shoes 1.85 2.00 to 2.25 Shoes 1.50 1.75 to 2.00 Shoes 1.45 1.50 to 1.75 Shoes 1.25 1.25 to 1.50 Shoes 1.15 1.00 to 1.25 Shoes .80 .75 to 1.00 Shoes .55 We sell the Famous Ikll Brand and Goodrich Ovcr.-lioe-s and Rubbery. Ball Brand Arties $1.75 All other rubbers will bo sold tit frreutly reduced prices. Wo hitvo to oiler in this sulo about ,500 i huts' of Men's, omen's nnd Children's Shoes at to f rcsiuliir price. Don't fail to see them theyiiro It A H K BAKGAINS! all-rubOne-Fourt- Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's 25c Gloves 20c Mcu's $1 00 Union Suits 79c Men's SOc Underwent 39c Men's 25c Underwear 20c Men's 50c Sweaters 40c Boys' 50c Sweaters 40c ... Boys' 25c Sweaters 20c Men's $1.25 to $2.00 Hats $1.10 Men's 75c to $1.00 Hats 49c Men's 50c Caps 39c Men's 25caps 20c Boys' SOc Caps 39c Boy's 25c Cups 20c One lot Men's $1.00 to $2.00 Hats 77c Men's $1.50 Shirts 1.15 Men's $1.00 Shirts 79o Men's 50c Shirts 39c 10c Bed Ticking, yard 10c Bed Ticking, yard $1.00 Silks, yard 50c Silks, yard .... 10c 8Jc . J.. $1.00 Velvet, yard 12 Jc to 20c Embroidery, yard 79c 40c 60c 10c Hardware Departnent $3.00 value 26.H1. Drum Stoves .$2. 70 $2.75 value 24 in. Drum Stoves.... 2.45 $2.50 value 22 in. Drum Stovcs... 2.20 Stove Pipe, per joint Elbows, each 8Jc 8c Grocery Department 1 Ladies' Furnishings Ladies' $1.00 Union Suits. Ladies' 50c Union Suits Ladies' SOc Underwear Ladies' 2au Underwear Children's 25c Underwear Children's 30c Underwear Children's 25c Union Suits $1.00 Cornets 50c Corsets 79c 39c 39c 20c 20c 24c 20c 79c 39c lb. 25c Coffee Coffee 1 lb. 20c Coffeo 1 Package Arbucklc 1 Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Stamlnrit KCnernl strenutheninc tonic, GUOV'U'S TASTHI.IiSS chill TUNIC, drives out OKI tern. A tiuc Ionic, for adults anil children. 50c GARFIELD. Harvey Wood on e i'i wn m Lou Miss Leah Meador returned Friday from West Point after a visit of two weeks to her sister, Mrs. T. C. Williams. Miss Porrie Hardin, of Holt, is with ner cousin, Mrs. Kemper, for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Stith left the 12th for Pasadena, Cal , after a visit of two months with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Stith, of Bewleyville. Mr. and Mrs. Kldridge Blankenship, ol Tennessee, spent last week with his .. Package Red Fox Coffee. 1 lb. Green Coffeo 7 Cakes Clean Eusy, 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 Ruh-No-Mo- rc 21c 16c 21c 21c 21c h One-IIul- Dress Goods Dept. 50c 25c 2oc 10c 10c 10c 10c 25c 50c 10c 10c parents. Dean Taylor is visiting her pareuts in Louisiana. Mrs. Nan Galloway has returned home after a visifof three weeks. Miss Myrtle Moorman has returned trom Louisville. Miss Maud Scott returned Friday fi cm Vine Grove after a vis.it to her sister, Mrs. Miller. Miss JSelma Struther has returned from Louisville. J. II Meadorwas attedding the races last week. Kev. Deacon wert to Constantioe Saturday to fill his appointment. li. S. Clarksou spent last week in Louisville. Mrs. Will Grillilh spent Sundav at Vine Grove with her mother, Mrs Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Drake spent Sun day at Vine Grove. Mrs. Men's Furnishing Goods Raincoats Raincoats 3 00 Raincoats 8J5.00 Slickers ..' .Men's $10 00 Blue rforre Suits.. All Men'., Odd Punts at f Red Diamond Overalls, per pair Men's $1.00 Gloves Men's 50c Gloves SO .Men's $7 .fa. 75 Men's Mon' Men's .1(5.00 4.05 3.85 2.15 . 7.1)5 One-Hal- li ice . SOc 70c ;jtc Dress Goods, yard Dress Goods, yard Waist Goods, yard Percale Dress Ginghams Madras, yard Hope Cotton yard Satino Table Linens, yard Storm Flannels, yard Outini Clothe, yard . 39c 20c 20c 8Jc 8.c 8c 8Jc . .. . 20c 39c 8c S.Jc . .. Cans Lye Hominy Cans Pork and Beans Cans Gooseberries Boxes Oats (i Spools Clark's O. K T. Thread 5 Boxes Parlor Matches 1 75c Large Glass Lamp 1 Lamp complete with No 2 burner 1 Gallon Coal Oil nc 1 "Gallon Vi negar, (acid) 13c 1 bbl., 5 bu. Medium Salt 1.65 Sugar, Meat, Lard and Flour at lowest 'Market Prices. . 2 2 2 2 2 2 Cans Kraut Cans Peaches 15c 22c 10c 15c 15c 15c 25c 15c 55c 22c All Goods not Priced above will go at Reduced Prices. Come, bring the Family and Dress them for the Winter while you can 'Save Dollars. This sale will be for Cash or Produce Only. Highest Market Prices will be paid for cou'ntry ' produce. For Every Baking iT CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best because it's the purest. Best Best because' it makes every baking light, fludy anil evenly raised. Best because it is moderate in coit highest in quality. At your grocers. fails. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS Wake up your Liver A lazy Liver brines on the worst of diseases. Take 1.1V - VIJR . LAX now. Kincheloe's Pharmacy. OVA GRAY Miss Alberta Driskell passed through her grandmothers, Mrs. Martha town Friday after noon on her way to Weatherford Friday night in honor of West View to spend the week with her Miss Vera Weatherford. parents. Miss iMellle lleatty and James Matt O. E. Floy andfatnily have moved to ingly were in Hardinsburg Saturday, Illinois Mrs James Smith and children, of The Ilaptist Sunday School will ob Glen Dean, are ths guests of Will nerve Teuiperence Day Sunday morning Newby and family. at their usual school hour. Mack Crows, of Harded, was the Frank Alattingly, of ItolV, was in guest of his son David Crews Tuesday. Garfield, Kentucky Vanzant News. The following boys left last week for Illinois: Milton Wroe, Arthur Matting-ly- , Cova Salmon, Byron Hall. Mrs. Chas. Robinson who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Bailey has returned to her home In Duran Okla. Mrs Jesse Galloway went wood last Friday. to Kings- , ED. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker, of West View, are guests of Mr, and Mrs Shelby Tucker. Mrs. Mort Puuiphrey, of West View,. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. K. because it never ruins. Frank Rhodes, whose house burned some two months ago, is having erected a modern dwelling on the site of the , Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Sherdie Basham have moved here from Ltitchfield. Misses Bessie B. Weathford and Isabel Moorman spent Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Board, near Garfield. Dr. J. E. Matthews was called to Axtel last Thurtday to set a broken arm for Mr. C, Mattincly. Miss Emma Gray spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. B K Louisville Saturday, LlV-VGIt LAX Is guaranteed to relievo troubles resulting from a disord ered Liver. Pleasant to take and per- Cures Old Sir::, Other mmefilei Won't Curt The worn casc. no matter of how long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. I'ortcr'i Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve! l'ain aud Heals at the aamc time. Sc, Wc, f 1.00. fectly harmless. Kincheloe's Card Of Thanks. Mrs. J. C, Tucker, our energetic milliner this season, is doing a splendid business. Those who are interested in . I,., .. uif now nai win ao well , to call and look at Mrs. Tucker's up to. Kincheloe's Pharmacy knows about date line. You need It for your Mr. Woosley, of Caneyville. has pur Liver. chased and moved into ih nmn..i., VI -...w f I " ' V t , if. Li, canon. Mrs. Hill Cloak is seriously ill. Gray. 11L m World'. Pure Food Capo. titlon, Chicago, Paris EipouUou, Franco March, 1912 Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy, of llardlnsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ciews last week. Mrs. K. T. Cooiiitb, who has been seriously ill Is slowly recovering. Dr. Haymoml Mender, of Custer. was in town on business Tuesday, Mrs. Phoebe Goodman, of West View, of Mr. ar.d Mrs. V. G. Goodman, I clwo or Im I Too aWt im kwtr looauUa. WrBotUIumU lis! B Uliax aaveV. Uoa ImI ruaSi. I kj- -r I u, aad Ctl. I " ww t Ki-c- wlilm-ir.- M ha. been the guest We take the method of thanking our J. W. Storms and V. A. Rhodes were many friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of dear in Hnrdlnsburg last week. W. W. Pool attended the Masonic Raymond. Ills grandmother and sis Itev. Walker and Kev. Shacklette ter. Mrs S. H. Eskrltlge. Sample Ky. Grand Lodge in Louisville last week. are conductir.t,' a protracted meeting I'Ved Canon, who has been very ill, is at the BaptWt church HilliousV Feel heavy after dinnerV better. Miss Vera Wethfard left Tuesday Bitter tasteV Complexion sallow? Llv Miss (Jofa Llmer, of Glen Dean, is for her home in Missouri after spendcr perhaps needs waking up. Doan's visiting her sister, Mm. Chester Jarboe ing several weeks here with relatives. Kegulets fur blllious attacks. 2.1c at this week. , Andrew Ball left Monday for Illinois. all stores. Miss Margaret Rhodes, who has been Miss Uula Rodgers entertained a visiting friends and relatives here, re number of her friends at the home of Read the Want Ads. turned to MorganfieU Wednesday. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the Rcnulne. call for full name. LAXA-TlV- tt BUOMO OUININK. Lookfor.lguaiurtot K. W. GROVH. Curei Cold In One Day. cough oud headache, and works oil cold. BteM 3K. Thirtieth Subscription Dear Mr. Uabbage: Enclosed you will and $1.00. Please send The News another year. We hvV been taking it thirty years and do Mt like to give it up now. Yours respat fully, H. T. Carlton, Lowell, Wyt, Break-enridge Little Oct. 19, 1UI4. i Win nil ii iu m WAN'S LUCKY FIND Will 8JTUATl0r CONTINUES CARRANZA TO BE GIVEN A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE WAR Big Men of Nation Go to Church. Get Interest Readers of The Brcckenridge News. JS.G0NGE the Habit! 11 Join the Procession! THESAME No Decisive Out-co- me Tlinie having the misfortune to stif Peace Conference Going to Defer from backache, urinary disorders, gravel, dropsical swelling!), rhumatlr pose First. Wet, pains or other kidney nul bladder disorders, will read with gratification this encouraging itntemeut by a Clover pott A COMBINATION AGAINST HIM Noted, INCESSANT FIGHTING man. K Contest Between Giant Armies Still a Draw. BOTH SIDES CLAIM POINTS Regional Successes Seem to Be CouRlerbalanced. Berlin special: Tho enveloping movement of tho allies that had been directed against tho German right flank movement has been stopped ana the Germans are pushing the enemy slowly back In a southward course. The total number of prisoners confined In Germany Oct. 21 Is given as 5,401 officers and 291,468 men, Including six Trench, eighteen Russian and three Belgian generals. Paris special: A German advance fa Belgium was counterbalanced Sunday by French successes In the region of Verdun. The kaiser's forces had lightly the better of hard fighting at the extreme west of the line, but General Jo fire's troops dealt destructive blows toward the extreme east. The general situation as Indicated by the official reports remains the same incessant, violent fighting with no outcome. J, C, Weatherholt, grocer Cloverport, says: "Two yrnrs ngo I hud little Idea that 1 would ever be well again. I hud settled up my affairs, beleiving that it would be impossible for me to last u grent while longer. The pain In my. back was terrible, especially when I stooped. It seemed as If someone had run njtnlfe Into tne. My heart action was irregular. I became dizzy and often had to catch hold of something to keep from fulling. My knee joints were swollen to twice their normal size and I had lost weight until I was a mere skeleton. The kidney secretions contained sediment and the passages were painful. Doctors' medicine did me no good, neikidney cures. A ther did the friend had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills and I decided to give their, a trial, procuring my supply at Fisher's Drug store. I was surprised and delighted with the results of their use. 1 was soon cured, " I'rice 30c nt all dealer i. Don't simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. WeathProps. erholt had. Buffalo, N. V. Foster-MilburnC- Beautiful Song Service. Sunday was a happy day at the Methodist Church. The Baptist congregation and pastor were present tc hear a splendid prohibition address by League. Mr. Palmer of the A collection of $42 was taken quietly and Mr. Palmer was delighted over the generous subscriptions. In the evening a beautiful song service was rendered. Large congregations attend the night services. Auti-Saloon Veering from the seacoast and punished by llrltish and French naval guns, the Germans hurled an army against the Belgians defending the River Yscr and wero able to cross tho Ycer between NIeuport and Dixmude, probably at a point about six miles from tho coast lino. Tho Germans brought heavy guns from Leko and Krupps determined tho conflict. It had taken the kaher's troops ten days to beat back tho gallant army commanded by King Albert. Crown Prince Suffers Reverse. Tha victories of the allies wero won north and south of Verdun in tho consistent effort to protect that fortress and to recapture tho German position at St lllhiel. The army of tho crown prince was beaten in tho Argonno forest and a regiment of his troops was cut to pieces. Almost simultaneously French artillery destroyed threo German batteries on the upper Aleuso, presumably In the attack on the German fortifications at St. Mlhtel and Camp Do Homalns and French artillery was advanced to command tho German lino of communication from St. Mlhicl eastward. Six batteries have been put out of action within two days by tho French guns. To add to the trials of the troops engaged In tho desperate fighting, a short spell of fine weather has given place to another downpour of rain, which will convert tho lowlands ot Flanders Into lakes. .Efforts to Seize Railroads. General Joffre's summary of tho operations on tho west flank was that the Germans attacked violently from Niouport to tho OIso, but that they wero beaten back everywhere oxcept tt'the Yser. As on previous days, tho German onslaught was fiercest near Lille, whore the effort Is to seize tho railroads toward Calais and Boulogne, but the allies' lino was unbreakable. Aloug the old center, where intrenched troops have faced each other days, there was refor forty-thre- e newed activity witli the advantage slightly to tho nllles. Near Solssons and near Craconne, tho llrltish and French troopB have gained advanced positions. There Is unofficial news that the fleet retains command cf tho Belgian coast and that tho Germans may have to ovacuato Ostcnd 'and other ports where troops could he landed by' the allies. Anglo-French dence Doan's inspires confiDoan's Kidney Pills for kidney Ills. Doan's Ointment for skin itching. Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative. Sold at all drug stores. The name Linen Shower Friday. Hardinsburg, Oct, 26, (Special) Mrs. J. E. Kir.cheloe gave a linen shower at her home last Friday In honor of her slster-i- n law, Miss Delia Kincheloe. There were party Invita tipns issued. The color scheme for the after noon was pink and white, and the houses were beautifully decorated with cut and potted flowers and Autumn leaves. Master Robert Kincheloe dressed ns a postman delivered all the present. Miss Kincheloe attired In a pink silk crepe received the presents and openad them In the presence of the guests. All of the young ladies were Invited to the dining room where they found a large wedding cake on the table. The bride to be put the knife in the cake and each one cut. Miss Clara Heston drew the thimble, Miss Tlda Mercer the dime and Miss Ruth Kincheloe the ring. Brick cream, (plr.k and white) and cake were served. No need for calomel with the nauseis happy ating effects. in results. Klncheloe's Pharmacy. Undergoes Operation. Mrs. H. M. Harper, of Seebree, arrived here last Monday and was op-- ' erated on by Dr. Simons and Dr. McDonald. This makes the third operation she has undergone in the last few week's for breast trouble, The operation was performed at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory, She is getting along nicely. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your dniKKlit wilt refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or rrotrudlnit 1'llcs In 6 to 14 days. The first application elves Uase and Hest 50c. Equity Meeting. Equity lodge met tills city Saturday. called to order by Walker, and about at the city hull in The meetjng was It AlwayK Does The Work. President H. A. "I like Chamberlain's Couth Remenil delegates were dy better thau any other," writes IV pnsent. Interesting talks were made E. Roberts, Hpinor City, Pa. "I have by a number of farmers. The next taken it off and on for years and It meeting will be nt Hltes Run school-houshas never failed to give tho desired reFriday night, October 3O, All sults," For bale by all dealers. fanners are urgently requested to attend. A big treat for all who are presAlgerian OHvo Trees. ent. In AIbIois olive trees hprln;; up wild and nro Krofted where they Httiml. In Why Not Publish It? some regions tlioy nro bo close lis to When you want a fact to become touch overhead. Tim avenge miming yield for u tree in eighty to 100 pounds. generally known, the right, way is to Some of the trees uro believed to be publish It. Mrs Joseph Kalians, Peru,, over 400 years old. It Is estimated that (nd. was troubled with belching, sour there uro oYor (5,000,000 wild olive trees stomach and frequent headaches. She In' Algiers. The grafting of these is bewrites : "I feel it uiy duty to tell others ing currlel out systematically under what Chamberlain's Tablets have done the uusplcrt of the government. for me. They have helped my digesSince tion and regulated my bowels. using them I hava been entirely well." Nov. For tale by all dealers. e Subscribe Today A rtottprdmii correspondent says that the vhole licit fa coast has been deed tod and that onl soldier remain In the roait town. I'here nro scores of reports more or less fnvornb'o to the nllleo, tint It Feeins evident that the fiPiman offensive In llelglum mid noi'thern France continues and Is worked up to n supremo effort. Tho (1'litliip, which ha consisted very "lar-'ol- y of artillery combats, with ocWith the Arrival of Zapata Delegates casional Infantry chnri;e. has been to the Acjuas CallenUs Conference noltiA on for over a week, since tlto the Villa Men Have Secured Addi- Germans moved south from Oxtend tional Support Sufficient to Oust and Ohfit. It N not believed hero that From His Place the Present Provl-aton- the sti'iuulo run be continued ns Indecisively as has bwn tho stniwM along President of Mexico. the 01 1' and the Alsnc. Probably Hip situation U more critAguns Callentes, Mexico, Oct. 2i. General Cnrramtn will be deposed ris ical than at any time since the first first chief of tho Constitutionalists nc Invasion which began from Liege and at acting provisional president wliou Xunim. It Is reported that the Gerthe peace convention reconvenes horrt man commanders agnln are adopting Thla, according to unofficial tlie policy of hacking through at whattoday. announcement, will be accomplished ever cost. The. German losfes lu In the past week are estimated through an agreement bPtweeu the Villa and tho Zapata delogates to tho at 10.t0rt killed and wounded. All reconference. It Is claimed that Oarrttn-z- a ports. Inclii'tliw General .Toffrc'tf. point delegates, leornlna; of tho agree- to n further mipreiue effort to tnko tho ment, have decided to refrain from road to l'arl.4. An Idea of the severltv of the fighttaking any further part in tho confering in Helghim was gained from a disence. patch from Dunkirk, which says that Washington, Oct. 26. Proceedings 700 German dead have been burled of tho Mexican peace conference nt near NIeuport ns a result of tho lightAguns Callentes flre expected to be ing there and that the total German resumed today with tho arrival of casualties In the coast fighting wero twenty-sidelegates representing Za- 10,000. Thirty thousand Germans who pata. Tho state department receive ! had intrenched themselves between a dispatch from .Mexico City stating Ostend and N'leuport retired to leaving behind a great quantity that tho Zapata delegates passed through tho capital Saturday on their ot equipment. way to the conference. Must Be Decided Soon. Carranza recently has exhibited an North of Solssons, In tho region of antagonism to the convenattitude tion. Tho general opinion is that th" which is the cornerstone of the battle convention will not decide In favor of line, there was an artillery conflict him for the provisional presidency so with the result favorable to. tho llrltthat the first chief will soon be called ish and French. General Joffre reon to show whether or not he Is will- ports that three Gorman batteries were put out of action. Kastward to ing to abide by tho decision. It is reported that Jealousy of Villa Is tho Argonne ridgo there was no fightone of the 2hief causes of Carranza's ing of Importance, but tho official re111 feeling toward tho convention. Villa port states that the French gained adherents, however, Insist that their) Blight successes in tho region of Verleader Is n"t making an effort to dom- dun. Correspondents In Helgium and inate the convention and will abide by northern Franco assert that the allies his pledge to accept its decisions. havo made moro progress than lias been reported by the commander In ROUTED ATTACKING PARTY chief: that tho warships have made tho ltelglan coast too hot for tho GerVilla Garrison at Parral Scatters Force mans to hold: that a retreat has already begun from the coast, and that of Carranza Troops. El Taso, Tex., Oct. 20. leading a tho mnln conflict on the whole west force of 1.2C0 Carranza troops. (Jeneral flank must be decided very soon, if for Maclovio Horrerra lias Ignored the no other reason than the terrible truce declared by tho Ai!tms Callentes losses which both sides aro suffering. Newspaper correspondents in Petro-grapeace conference and has uttackod send details of the Ilusfdan flank-InParral, an Important mining town in movement wo.st of Warsaw which Chihuahua, defended by a Villa garrison of about 1,200. After four hours of decided days of severe fighting. They severe fighting, mo3t of It In tho declare that only time is required to streets of tho town, tho Carranz' turn tho German forces into a beaten troops wero routed and fled to the mob. Russian cavalry Is pursuing the mountains west of the town. Horror-r- Germans and forcing them to traverse lost 100 killed and 200 wounded, roads which nro hardly betterliy than fringed bog and he left behind a number of ma- sloughs and which aru chine guns and a quantity of ammuni- land nnd marshy forests. Prisoners nnd other trophies of war aro falling tion. Into tho hands of tho Russians. Tho Carranza troops surprised Siberian Troops Warmly Praised. garrison, arriving during the night and getting into the town boforo Documents taken from prisoners the Villa men knew it. Tho attack captured In tho battles rerr 'arsaw wns opened viciously wltii rillu and proved that the Germans expected to machine pun fire, poured Into the enpturo Warsaw between Oct. IS and quarters of the sleeping garrison. Onoi Oct. 17. Hut they wero unprepared Villa for the rapidity displayed by the Ilus-slabarracks In which were forty-sis- . men was surrounded. All but twelve fcommnnder; In bringing up reinTho statement warmly of the force wero killed In tho light, forcements. and when tho remaining twelve sur- praises the Siberian troops who playrendered they wore led out and shot ed a notable p irt In rescuing Warsaw to death. The lossei of tho Villa gar- nnd compelling the withdrawal of the rison is given at 100 in killed and Germans. wounded. The splendid fluhtlng qualities of the One of the first men killed was Cap- Siberians and tho use inndo of these tain Soao, Ilorrena's most trusted fresh troops In tho nick or time, Is a lieutenant, who with Horrerra led the dramatic feature cf recent operations a'tack upon the town. Most of tho In tho east. Tn previous weeks Siberilighting during tho four hours that an regiments mobilized at tho outIlerrerra and his men were in Parral break of wit had been concentrated was at clot-- ranno, much of It belli.? In tho Praga district of Wr.rsaw held hand to hand fighting around tho threo ready to strike at a decisive moment. A correspondent at Gvoduo icport barracks. Advices reaching hero say that Hor- that tho sp'oudld ph' sI'Mo of tho Sirerra was completely routed and that berians and of other Russian troops his men uro scattered in tho moun- counted h avily w.ien bad weather artains around Parral and aro bady de- rived and much of the llgh.lng was dono Iu n:orasces. moralized. The official report tin t the Germans OF TERRAZAS are being 1 en west .vard is borne GRANDSONS out by disp.itc'.on to I. melon newspapers from Petrorad and Warsaw. Among the Victims of Carranza's OrFrom tho ICasr Priiflan front Mere is der, of Extermination. It seen s that no nev.'s of impQrtnucc HI Paso, Oct. 2C .Members of tlio tho Gormans have sett'! down on a family of General huls Terrazas, tho line of defense west of tho Mitzur of Chihuahua, now a lakes and thr.t they are hi sfength rut usee heie, have been advised that and positions to hold their r tin d. two graiidsons of General Terrazas have been executed by tho Carranza Valley View Farm forces. Tho roimrts say that hills Terrazas, tho third, whose father had When one comeh in t.l,:'it of Valley been held u prisoner by Villa In ChiView Farm he wi'l 'ilways say: "That huahua for th4 past year, was put to U whe'e Mr. Heudtrsonliv.-s-, the great r death iu SIoxlco City. lie wns an Tho proIn tho lliiertn administration and wurkk. foi Suudavsehools." had refused to llco from the capital prietors of this place uro T. 15. Henderwhon Cari'tnza entered. Tho other son and his son, W. 1!. Iiemlrt)i. graudsoii. Major Giilllerrno Torrazas, The fnrin wab purchased about sbvb who tied with u regiment of Uuerta years ago by them, and a little later troops from Moxlco City to Pueblo, la they fouud they needed n name, roportod to lmvo been executed thoro fiom the farm can be een the ny the Carranza commander, who put nil the ofllcers to death following thoir valleys for miles iu every directiuuthey clioso Valley View. It joins the town japture. of Webster nnd is pleasantly nnd conA M'jhty Pumpkin Vine. The proprietors veniently situated. hawrencobtirK, Ind., Oct. 2C. Three extend a hearty hospitality to all their pumpkins, weighing respectively 89, friends and thev have many which they S7 mid 71 pounds, were gathered by consider a most valuable asset. Mr. S. J. Vinson from a single vine. Henderson writes thai he thinks a name Announcement Is made by Secre- to u place, makes the owners inclii ed tary of the Treasury McAdoo that the to keep things In repair and worthy of new banking system will become oper- its title. ative throughout the Untted State oat lie-in1 llel-RluOs-tend :; a a n d-e ofil-cc- IT think is deplorable, but ncvertliolecs true, Unit there are men who it favors of eireininacy to bo ceon often in church. These inuii should nwnketi to the error of their wnys. The really strong men, the men of the nation, are constant churchgoers. They rarely miss a Sunday. The story is told of a great composer who on one occasion wns accorded n magnificent ovation. The ntidicnco cheered him for fully five minutes. It wns n tribute calculated to turn any man's head. Then there ciiinc cries for speech. Tho composer fated the great multitude of his nnd said: "'WHAT DOTH IT PHOPIT A MAN TO OAIN THE WHOLE WOULD AND LOSE HIS OWN SOUL?'" 11 -- K . THEY THAT WAS ALL. THE AUDIENCE WAS ELECTRIFIED. KNEW THE DEEP RELIGION OF THE MAN AND GRASPED THE SIGNIFICANCE OF HIS REMARKS. THE OVATION THAT WENT BEFORE WAS AS NOTHING COMPARED TO THAT WHICH FOLLOWED. THAT GREAT AUDIENCE DIDN'T THINK THIS MAN HE WAS BIG ENOUGH TO PROCLAIM PUBLICLY EFFEMINATE. IT IS THE WEAK HIS FAITH IN GOD AND A HEREAFTER. RATHER THAN THE STRONG MAN WHO, WHILE PROFESSING A BELIEF IN GOD, REMAINS AWAY FROM CHURCH. IF YOU BELIEVE IN GOD, PRACTICE YOUR BELIEF BY GOING TO CHURCH. GOD DOESN'T ASK MUCH OF YOUR TIME. k Start in next Sunday. Don't delay GOING TO CIIUIiCIT. Get the habit. You'll find it is not n hard task. Join the procession. 15v going to church you set a good example- to your neighbor. n mother, your sister. It will fill them with happiness to sec that And bo honest witli youryou aro on the road to righteousness. self. Don't you know you are a lot happier after an hour with God? GO TO CHUKCHI It will sot him thinking. You will please your vift), your WE INVITE YOU to call and inspect our Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our methods of protecting you against any unauthorized person obtaining entrance to them. Fire is started by infinitesimal causes, and it may break out in your home and you may suffer a loss which no amount of insurance can replace. BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATE BANK, Irvlngton, Ky. .1. C. PAYNE, Cashier JR. a rte 'iff r& ti LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union SSation ate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits pitron ii;i of Ulovcrp rt Business Men and Shoppers mm igsam$m I for l'Jl"! 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AlwujK Id office durlnic oBlcu uouri IrrlHtw, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABDAGE. Editor and Publisher Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, In Louisville last Monday $C,200 Was raised in the anniial tag day collection taken by the King's Daughters to support the district nurse work in tjiat city. This same work was started in Urccken-ridu- e county last summer and will ho taken up again next April. OCTOBER 28, 1914 TWO FUNERALS HI Do Your Christmas Thinking Early. If you have nut already done so, begin now to make nut your Christmas gift Iiht. You will Had a groat deal of HUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench ndditionnl James Frank Briggs Dies In picature In thinking and planning for insertion. If your gifts arc LouisvilleMrs. H. J. Gor-suc- h, ChrMmas. take thought and one canthey OAKDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rate of Young Mother, Victim not begin too early to decide what to 10 cents per line. give and how to get It Of Typhoid Fever. OBITUARIES charged for nt the rato of 5 cents por lino, monoy incx-psnsiv- EIGHT PAGES. "PRUDENT WILL THE v in advance. tit r every place would be relieved to sec our good friends give up certain agencies, IrviiiKlon, Oct. 26. (Spccis.1.) On Tuesday, Oct. 20th nt the Irvingtoii M. U. Church, Rev. T, J. ttnde con ducted the funeral services of Jiitncs I'rank lli(iKs. w''o died nt his home in The merchant.- - of lliirdiiwniirjr deserve laudaltle commendation Louisville, on Oct. l8th of tuherculosis. years of age and leaves lie wns thirty-fiv- e in making a request of their citizens not to patronize canvassers. a father, mother, two sisters anil three their citizens not to become brothers to mourn his loss. The follow-in"- ; They might ro one step farther and younn men acted as pall hearers agents for the goods they handle. Citizens, as a rule, arc annoyed l'orie Calloway, Harry Conuiff, K. I,. beyond endurance with agents and canvassers, who aro often times Jordan, Robert Lyon, I.aure Cot and I)r The remains were inter II. Taylor. their best friends. red in the Cedar Hid cemetery. James The goods we buy from our friends who aic agents for toilet ar- 1'rank was formerly a citien of our ticles, coisets, hosiery and household supplies, aro very seldom town, and highly respected by all, his Nino times out of ten. we buy merely to please, to accom- loving attention to his nged mother and sisters was very noticeable, therefore modate, and not because we are getting what wc want. Indeed, not winning kind thoughts by all who knew only the merchants of Hardinsburg would bo grateful, but citizens in lijin, The community at large extend heartfelt .sympathy. - Examine.tho label on your paper. notify us. If it i' not correct pleaso MANY ATTEND' SERVICES, America Safe. With President Wilson at the head of the nation and Seerctary llrvan at his right hand, there Is little danger that we shall become Involved In tha great Kur Things are bound to happen as hostilities proceed which will Inflame the jingo spirit in this country, and those who mistake wise patience anil love of peace for cowardice will scream for revenge for some real or fancied grievance. Hut tha men who i!ulde our national dtntinles have shown by their admirab'o conduct, of our Mexi can relations that they arc not to he inllucnCeri by the outcries of the un thinking and tha excitable. Ohio State Journal (Hep ), NOT HISWDOW MERCHANTS OF HARDINSBURG MAKE SPECIAL REQUEST. HELPLES HE MIL L HIS ESTATES IN OUR HAND, ak satisfactory. KING OF SAXONY Heads Teuton Army Resisting Do VOU not often read of heirs haviner snarl n.n inrli- vidual executor who had MISMANAGED an estate in trusted to him? Be a "prudent man1' then, and trust your affairs to our Trust Gomoanv. It is a. nermanfint 'organization controlled by responsible business men, wno win iook atter your business for your wife just as GAREFULLY and as profitably as you look after it while living. Be absolutely sure that your wife and . . . L!1J ii cniiaren win De secure atter you are dead. 11 I Total Resources including Trust Investments S6O0.G0O. Mrs. II. J. Gor.such died Saturday morning of typhoid fever, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Simmons. She was 29 years of age, People in Cloverport should not loathe to grow older. For one leaves a father, mother, husband and three daughters, besides uumerous reladoes not have to stay on the sunn' ide of forty to enjoy life in this tives and friends, to mourn her death. dear old town. The older people have a good time. The old people The remains were interred in Cedar Hill have a grand time. No one sutlers from isolation. Mother is never cemetery Sunday morning. Rev. W. W. Stout conducted the funeral services, given a back seat when the daughters entertain, and the father never l'riends extend sympathy to the grieved gets too old or too busy to enjoy a social hour quite often with his ones. 000 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. the Russians. Petrosrad special: A great battle raging near Yedltnsko, north ot Ito dom, In southern Poland. army command The Austro-Germaed by the king of Saxony Is making a stand behind lines of Intrcnchments thrown up three weeks ago. There la no olllclal report on the battle, but If Is confirmed at ministry of war that the combat is of great proportions and has not yet been decided. The Saxons composed the right wing of the Ger man host which was defeated along tho Vistula from Oct 14 to Oct. 18 The strength of the nrmy Is estimated at .100,000 and tho Russians aro attack ing with probably 500,000. The retreat of this wing, according to 11 correspondent at Warsaw, resolved Itself Into a question of reaching tho line of lntreuchmcntii or being cut to pieces by Russian cavalry. Appar cntly the Saxons and Aitslrians have been able to reform punished and dls organised corps and are making a stubborn fight to bar tho way to Sile Is GROWING OLD IN CLOVERPORT. WANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. News! Want Ads. are Little Winners Back at the Old Stand. children. The old and the young conic together at tome, at the ideas, study church, at the club and at the lodge, for interchange of Italian! Wilson, who was formerly in of music and helpful instruction that makes life worth while. Grow- charge of the Wilson stnru at Glen ing old in Cloverport does not mean that one is growing useless and Dean, has returned to take that position again. His man friends are glad to lonesome. Every coming day fiirni-he- s opportunity for fullness and have him back at the old stand. oflicienry in life. What is true here is true of every other place in Go to Illinois. the world. Ihnton Vance. I'mcrcMvc nominee for the United States Sen in which he ate, has icceivcd a letter from vigorously denounces those who pretend to be his friends but are going to vote the Kepublican ticket this fall. He makes it plain that this is a liht for principle, and that the Hcpublican party can never hope to hold, or deserve, the support of the people until it rids itself of the unscrupulous leaders and corrupt that have brought dis aster upon it. In expressing his regret that ho will not be able to make any speeches in Kentucky, President Roosevelt appeals to every friend that he has in this State to vote for Hurton Vance for the Senate and show to the people that Kentucky refuses to ally with the Hcpublican party. Hoos-ovel- t bo.-scs it-e- For Sale One nil modern imframe dwtdling-witprovements on Ilih atreet, in Cloverport, Ky., in rood locality and at a bargain. Pur t cash, balaiiee on pny payments. AImj one cottage on Hill in good condition; concrete waller, electric lights This will also lie sold on easy terms. two-.-tor- y lf In hi letter to Congressman Underwood Piesidcnt Wilson commends the work of the Dcmoctatic Congiess and confesses that without their aid it would have been impossible for him to have carried out the policies to which the Democracy stands pledged. It will be necessary for the President to have a Democratic House and Senate next j ear to complete the work that he has so ndmiruhly begun. 'I he election of Governor on, most hnpoitant. from Kentucky this blow to the part' in Heckham and Senator Camden is, for that reasTo a Hcpublican to the Senate or Congress year would be a renuke to the President and a this State fiom which it would never recover. When Augustus E Will-o- n ran for Governor ho had great crowds to hear him speak and thousands of Democrats voted for him. This year his speeches have been a frost and his audiences have been most disheartening in point of numbers and lack of enthusiasm. At Greenup tho other day, although he had been advertised for weeks, the Hcpublican Committee could not get as many as forty people to attend his meeting. At other points in the same county ho had as few as nine people to hear him speak. If the frosts that have descended upon Willson had fallen upon the crops of the State, Kentucky would be bankrupt and its people would perish of starvation. Air. Bryan has published over his signature in tho Commoner an editorial reviewing Governor Heckham's political career and strongly endorses his candidacy for the Senate. Xo higher compliment could be paid any man than to have the friendship of William .1. Bryan, because ho himself is a pure man and u patriot, and ho only stands for those men who are clean, able and loyal to the party principles. In all the years that Mr. Hryan has been in public life, battling for tho gieat ideas that are now the very foundation of Demociacy, Mr. liccklmm has been his staunch supporter and defender. Mrs. Kmmett KrieN and children, William, IJmmtt and Jessie, have returned to their home at Plato Center, 111., after an extended vMt to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John' Knight, sia. It is believed here that the outcomo near this place. of tho battle will be complcto victory for tho Russian left wing, 3inco the Pretty House Plant. Austro-Germaforce can expect little If any support from the German cen1'ut a .small si.e sweet potato in a ter, which n is hnrd pressed In the jelly glass of water and set in a little of Lowlscz. To tho north the basket with a tall handle. Shortly you German left wing has been driven will have an attractive little plant for west of Skiemlowlcz nnd Is offering your sewing table. little resistance. Dispatches received from Warsaw say that thousands of German prisoners have been taken to "Fair View" Near Garfield. that city, Including omcers of high An interesting letter received is rank. A dispatch from Lemborg states that about "Fair View," the little home of Mr. W. T. Dowell, of Garfield. It was there has been no important result battle In Gallcla, the boyhood home of the honorable I). from tho nine-daynlthough the Austrlans aro showing I). Dowell, the county judge of Breck-eurldsigns of weakening. Russian columns county. In 1S,"0 the place behave made slight advances west of tho longed to Uncle David Garrett, and San and have taken C.000 prisoners later It was handed down to the honor nnd some field and machine guns. able Green Board, still later It became the property of the present owner. GRANDSONS OF TERRAZAS Mr. Dowell writes: "lean stand In my front yard and see the trains one Among the Victims of Carranza's Orone mile away as they pass by. I have der of Extermination. a view of all the transportation on the El Paso special: Members of tho Louisville dirt road, I also have a view family of General Luis Terrazas, the of the hnstling little town of Garfield, of Chihuahua, now a so with this beautiful outlook, which Is refugee here, have been advised that a great source of pleasure to me, I two grandsons of Genernl Terrazas call my home ,'Fair View" and think have been executed by the Carranza forces. Tlw reports say that Luis Terthe place does justice to the name." razas, the third, whose father had been held a prisoner by Villa In ChiSells Horse. huahua for the past year, was put to Len Taul sold his line saddle and death In Mexico City. He was an offharness horse last Saturday to Hudson icer In the Iluerta administration and had refused to lleo from the capital Bros. when Carranza entered. The other grandson. Major Gulllermd Terrazas, who lied with a regiment of Huerta troops from Mexico City to Pueblo, Is reported to havo been executed there by tho Carranza commander, who put all the officers to death following their n ge e Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Sunolies. ' Paints.' Oils.' Vnrnish- ' es and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and 1. ureases curneuf in siock. 5 -- H m a. 1 Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky I The Old-Tim- e System 1 1 1 1 Potato Onions for Sale! I capture. REVEALED 1 A CRUEL CRIME have for sale 7 bushels Potato Onions and 300 lbs. Potato Onion Sets. November is the time for planting. Phone or write which von want. Tho Poultry Show at Hardinsburg 10 bo held mjiuo time in November, promises to bo one of tho best ever held in tho county. All tho poultry raisers m tho county will bo represented and tho inlere-- t is growing. It will bo a great show for tho poultry men and women, and will demonstrate what is being done in tho county iu this line. A liberal list of premiums will be given. Everybody is invited to come. Discovery of Young Girl's Body Discloses Shocking Murder. South Hend. Ind., special: Tho of tho decomposed body of Hazel Mncklln, aged (If toon. In a vault nt Island park Sunday afternoon clears up the mystery of the child's dlsappcai-nnc- o last August. There 13 no doubt tho girl was murdered. Around her neck was a man's shirt tied mid knotted, showing eIio hnii hcon strangled and her body then thrown Into tho vault. Thu condition of tho body shows the girl died lighting. The police havo no cluo to the Roots and Herbs will cure you when all other medicine has failed. We handle the famous Malaria Cure that drives the poison from your system and makes you your old self again. We also prepare a Gall Stone Remedy that never fails to give quick relief and a permanent cure if directions are followed. We prepare our own remedies and are ready at any time to serve you. Call on us or write and we will give you every attention. Our Medicines are 50 cents per Package. . GREENWELL & WETHINGT0N. Box 161, Cloverport, Kentucky. Identity ot the murderer. CIIAS. II. DRURY Irvington, Kentucky Captain William O. Nahmens, a member of the Slofansson Arctic exup for pedition, who had lost several months ago, has reached bis home at Milwaukee. been-give- 3 ami $7 50. Choice hogs brought .40; ten cents Tho cattle market was not any better lower than last week, Choice veals 8 and 9 cents, Medium. than last week owing to heavy receipts and with stock left over from Satur and heavy calves very slow. Chotce lambs 7 uqd 1)i cents. day and very few oi town buyers Wheat No. 2, il 08. prices ruled slow at last week's de cline. Strictly good feeders nnd e De It Niw Siitocribt Ttfaw ilock cattle were In fair request Louisville Stock Market. at high-grad- . r m c& p - - - 86 BrackenrMge New. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1914 aUred at tho Post Offllce at OloTcrport, Ky as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO hi, 8 RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE3 Don't trust to memory to preserve the changing likeness of your growing boy or girl. Memory plays strange tricks sometimes. A good photograph or so every year will keep an accurate record of the subtle changes in their development. And what a satisfaction that little collection will be to you and to them in after years. 1914 OCTOBER 1914 S M T V TTF S 45 18 j T t Y 1f -- X Si V o 1 Li s 2 5i 2W jen (Us A H21324: m 1617 4 '2627283930131 VI RATES FOR POL&CAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.50 For Precinct nnd clly Offices .,. $ 5.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 Kor State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line.... 10 For Cards, per line..... For 'All Publications in the interest of Individuals or expression Id , of individual views per line Brabandf, Photographer Will be in Irvington, Friday, Oct. 23, and at Hardinsburg, Saturday, Oct. 24. Phone S. T. Rice 113-3- R I ' a.rts. 7t z ft rz 2-- notify the editor when you want advertisement discontinued, pleiiMi L()sT. Hrniill hlnck ami white, spotted spot nt Ions Iwlr; round ll:n-root or tall. Wlien lust liennl of wa iifiir I'ntexvllln. Ky. Ilewnril for return to Henry SolurlR. Good Things to Eat and to Wear on the Night When the Spooks are ahroad in the land and which have full sway. Come and get your share of Fun-make- rs Democratic Ticket and family, of Irvington, Newsom have moved to Louisville. have made your selection. Brown. Julian H. For United Slates Senator, Full Term J. C. W. NKCKIIAM of Ilardstown For United States Senator, Short Term J. N. CAMDKN of Versailles For Congress 1115N afternoon. Their Home In This City The B. Y. P. U. will give a Hallow' een social at the Baptist parsonage SatThe home of Mr. and Mrs W. H. Change of Train Schedule on urday night. Ilowmer was the scene of a beautiful The Ladies' Reading Club will be en- anniversary when their golden wedding The L, H. & St. L. tertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. was celebrated last Tuesday. At noon W. H. Bowmer. there was a family dinner and in the Effective October 18, 1914. Miss Virginia McCoy spent the week evening a reception was given by their No. 143 will leave Cloverport...... ftil5 A. M. end in Stephensport with her aunt, daughters, Mrs. Nellie llurks, of LouisM, 12:10 V. Arriving Louisville ville, Mrs. Walter Sherman, of Toledo, 0:30 A. M. Mrs. R. A. Smith. No. 117 will leuvo Clovcrport ArrlvinitOweiistKiro- -. - .7:jA. Jl, Rufus Hall is visiting his grand- Mrs. Chas. K. Miliary, of llenton Har... . 9:00 A. M, Arriving Henderson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown, bor, Mich.; Mrs. Hugh Atkinson, of Chicago, and Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of near Hardinsburg. Versailles At the celebration were sevS. C. Dowell, of Irvington, is atof I ma M mr tr i tending a meeting of the I'resbjtery in eral who were present at the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Ilowmer, October 20, S6., Danville this week. nt the bride's home at Skillmau. They JOHNSON of Hardstown has returned Mrs. R. L. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith gave a most athome from a delightful visit in Louis- tractive Hallowe'en party Wednesday ville. for Sale Land afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Henderson is in Indian- John Gor.inllo, of Kliztbethtown. The I will sell 100 acres of Innd (on eiiiy terms) with dnelllii)! house nnd out liullillnits. apolis this week visiting her sister, Mrs. house was lighted by electricity with John II. Illytbe. Ilarulmhurx, Ky., It. if. No. 2. lloxSI. Cain. yellow shades and the dining table was Miss Mary Jolly Gibson, of Irvington, set with candlts. A Hallowe'en contest is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Larkiu was held after which a delicious salad Gibson. course was served. Hallowe'en favorr. RESIDENT II, D Ross left Monday for Chicago were given to the guests which into attend the Electrical Engineers Con cluded the members of the Wednesday and Friday Clubs. PHONE No. Cloverport, Ky. vention, Ofllce Opposite Oelu's Ilruu Storu Misses Mattiu and Susie Black, of Addison, spent the week end with Miss Lucy Hal). Golden Wedding. Miss Margaret Sklllman will be the Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Uow-m- er Law and Collecting Agency hostess to the Wednesday Club this Beiutlfully Celebrated at ANTI'.D- - Man east 110 wllli liorsn aim! liUKirv to sell ft lie Coml It on l'owiler 0 per Itreekenrldiie county. Salury. month. Aililn- -s !i Industrial ntilldliur. Indianapolis. I nil. - In Hallowe en Novelties Masks. Pumpkin Lanterns. Spook Lanterns Get into Dr. Jesse Baucum the Game and Have Lots of Fun :: Dentist 2-- R J. C. NOLTE & BR0., Cloverport, KyJ V. G. BABBAGE This Week's Specials NOTICE! California Grapes, Celery,. Golden Sun Coffee (Steel Cut) Now HicitUfast Foods I Taxpayers! We are giving every man, woman and child in Breckenridge county a chance' to pay their taxes before the penalty goes on. We are going to collect, 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. Mook and Lodiburg. Monday, Oct. rersuiiai rarayiauiio ft already About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and In States That are Far Away. eluded. Society Notes In- - Cash meat market. Allen Black. Order engraved cards for Christmas. Joe Fitch was in Louisville Monday. ' Dr. J. B. Frjinirc was in Hardins burg Monday. Uugenc Smith and Roy Johnson left Friday night for Illinois. Frank May, of Cannelton, was the guest of relatives Tuesday. Miss Fronia Dean has returned from a week's stay in Louisville. Mrs. James B. Kandall left Saturday for New York to visit relatives. Mrs. Marion Weatherholt Is ill at her home on the hill in Third street. I can not buy cattle on credit, so will have to sell for cash. Allen Black. Mrs, dins. May and children have returned from a visit in the country. Edison Gibson and Frank' Moorman have returned homo from California. Miss Evafc.May Chapln, of Irvingtou, spent Saturday with Mrs. Jas. Sahlle. Back again selling meat at same place. Come and see me. Allen Black. Mrs. John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Lula Severs Sun day. Mrs. Wave Roberts, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kob erts. Mrs. J. II. Wills and Miss Gense Wills will return home from Louisville tonight. were: Mr. Logan C. Mttrrav, of Louisville, groomsman, Mrs. Frank Lander, of Hawesville, bridesmaid, Mr. and Mrs, A. II. Skillmau, Mrs. C. P. Duncan, Mis. F.lua Slcrrett and Mr. Frank Lander, of Hawesville, Mrs. J. 1). Itrashear, of Louisville, and Sirs. Allele Hanilileton, of Cloverport. The parlors and the hal s were decorated with roses and handsome chrysanthemums which were sent to the bride and groom. Tlie appointments of earbou'paper, 5 and 10 cents a sheet. the bridal table in the (lining room were Breckenridge News office. beautiful, the centerpiece being a doeu Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry and daugh white chrysanthemums, on each or ter, Miss Annit Murray Ferry, of Lou- ( more holding side .were silver isville, were here Sunday. white tapes with yellow shades. On Mrs. J. C. Nolte and daughter, Miss the side table was a large wedding cake Eloise Nolte, are in Louis'ville the I on which was a uasKei oi cantiy guests of Mrs. William Tate." it was cut by Mrs Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ahl were here Moorman, who was a bride si years Sunday from Tobinsport the guests of ago. The cake contained fifty yellow Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Wedding. ribbons, and Sirs Jas. Skillmau drew Miss Ray Lewis Ileyserwent to Lou- the wedding ring. A wedding supper of isville today to spend two days shop two courses was served to ir5 guests. The golden anniversary colors were carping with Miss Addie G. Ditto. Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts, of Kirk, ried out in the sandwiches, ices and returned Monday from a visit to his cakes and the French canities. Amsng guests were: Mr. Walter the father, James D. Roberts, of Sample. Sherman, of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miss Mary Nevitt, of Basin Spring, I!. Skillmauauil (laughter, Miss FJizibeth and Bernard Carter, of Irvingtou, spent Young Spillmau, Miss Evelyn Young, of Mrs. Catbrine Car- the week end with Morgaufield, Mr. ani Mrs. Stanley ter. Allen and little daughter, Miss llecky Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and daugh- Allen, Mrs George lieutley, of Hawesters, Misses Jan and May me Banuon ville, Mr. Titos. Jas. de la Hunt, of Sawyer, have returned from Rock Cannelton, Dr. John Kincheloe and Haven. Mrs. Kincheloe, Mrs Mamie Moorman, ray meat market Mrs. Luke Reeves, of Hardinsburg, Mrs. I have and will keep on hand plenty of freth W. M. Frymire, of Ukrou, Mrs Addie Ireland, of Skillmau, Mrs. John K. meats. Send or phone your orders. Matthews, of Philadelphia, and Miss Allen Black. Jennie Warfield, Mr. and Mrs. William V. Alexander Babbage artived hera and Mrs. James Skillmau, of from Lexington' Thursday en route to Downier Chattanooga to accept a position with Louisville. ! enrysan-themuuis, n Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Louisville, has returned from a visit to her ton, W. R. Wilson, in Chicago. The Epworth League has issued in Citations for a Hallowe'en party Thursday night, October 2g. Airs. Chas. Ljons, who has been vis iting Mr. Lonsiu Louisville, returned to McQuady Saturday. Yellow card board, blotting papers, prepared, and Kollcd Oats.' lie - I inn enthiisiitotiiover my store and delimited with my ' trade. I will he plea-e- d to rivc you the nest jrrocory .service. Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. 26 27 Uuion Star and Madrid, Tuesday, Oct. Constantine, Frymire, Rockvale, Wed. Oct. 28 n S 50 Ligtit $tock firiiinrTo For Immediate Hudson, Webster, Mooleyville and Glen Dean, Thursday, October 29. Bewleyville. Chenault and McDaniels, Friday, Delivery G. VIC ROBERTSON October 30. Big Spring, Irvington and 1 Stephensport Sat- jl HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY I urday, October, 31. Want Ads Bring Results Custer, Wednesday, November Rosetta, Saturday, November 7 Respectfully, 4 Try This on Your TEETH We have a poepnration that will preserve nnd protect them. Your sup ply of teeth Is limited ami we know you are going to try to prevent the loss of any mqre. Use our Pemlar Pera Dent's Tooth Faste a large dairy. Order your engraved cards ' for autumn calls and receptions, wedding presents and Christmas gifts. Breck enridge News. A. T. Beard was in Louisville M in- day and sold a load of. cattle ut satisfactory prices, notwithstanding the slump in the market. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodlburg, was in Hardinsburg Saturday on business. Mis. Nottingham expects to take next yei.r. in the Panama Expos-ltloDr. E. M. Uewley, of Peurod, form erly of Irvington, was visiting his old home and friends last week. The doctor Is in fine health and spirits anil Ms many friends were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsom gave un elegant supper at six o'clock at their home in Second street Thurhday evening. Covers were set lor the follow ing: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen, Mr. and Mrs. David I'belps. To the trade: As long as the shoes last I will give one pair of shoes with each barrel of. Golden Crown Flour at (5.50 per barrel. This is the wholesale price on flour. You select your shoes. 'No exchanges made alter you Interesting Birthday Mrs. Chas. May the Guest of Honor at an Elegant Dinner Thursday. Mrs. Chas. May was the guest of honor at an interesting and beautifully appointed dinner given at her home by her daughters, Miss Eva May and Miss Elizabeth May, Thursday at high noon. Tlie event was in celebration of the seventieth anniversary of the mother's birthday. Twenty guests were seated nt one long table in the dining room where yellow mid white chrysanthemums and green cuttings were used in the decoraThe dining tah'e was covered tions. with white linen, the center was decor-e- d with a great white cake on which were Mrs May's initials, K. W, M., in The place gold and seventy caudles. cards were in gold and white, and attractive costume mottoes were at each plate for the guests. After dining, lovely toasts were rendered to Mrs. May and later in the afternoon pictures were made by Mr. lirabandt. Those who presided at the dinner were: Misses May, Mrs. Lizzie Greer, Miss Georgia White, Mrs. L T. Ueid, Mrs. Hdwartl llriedenbach and Mrs, Frank l'erry. The guests in vited were: Mesdames A. 11. Skillmau, Mary Ryan. W. II. Ilowmer, A. K. I'ish-e- r, John I). Habbnge, Frank l'rnue, Klia Lillard, 1'. M. Smith, llina Cannon, Frank Mattingly, H. A. Oelze, Helen Adams, Ivd Oglesey, II. V. Duncan, Wick Moorman, Rebecca Lightfoot, Chas. Lightfoot, Chas. May, J. C. Jar-boR. L. Xewsoni, Jas. Cordrey, Sallie Moorman, Joe I), llrnshear, Chas. Skill-maL. It. l'erkins; Miss Kate Oglesby, e, A. T. BEARD, S. B. C. W. C. PATE, D. S. Wm. GIBSON, D. S. A. J. DYE, D. S. J. B. CARMAN, D. S. JOLLY-PHILLI- PS and note how it cleanses, whitens your teetli without harm. It prevents decay of the teeth and the resultant foul breath. Price 25 Cents Wedding's Drug Store, "The Pentlir Store" . ' CLOVERPORT, KY. The dog was (New Heaters For Our Churches. ing at the Smith home. ten years old and he was a favorite pet Tlu Baptist ami Methcdist churches Duster was declared a Kvnnsville, Ind., Oct 24 (Special)-Mis- s of his owners. nr instalh n new heating" appliances. sometime ago. Ada Lillian Jolly and .dr. Frank uuis.aucc Tlie churches will soon bo well equip l)u Hose I'hillips, of this city, were united ped in every wjy for set vices. All. they in the holy lionets of matrimony SaturFarmors. mccliniiict, railroaders, la- nceil will be sextons to stay there every day evening, October 17th, a eight o'- borers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Iluctric il iy .iml keep tho chuuhts warm ami clock, by the Rev, Vm. Dressel, of the Of). Fine for cut, burns, bruises. clsan Hud well ventilated. Thochurches Should be kept in ovorv home. "5c are open nearly every day in the week St. John Baptist church, Tlie bride is the dunning daughter of and fiOe, nd tliev are being given tlie best at tention. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. T, Jolly, of Hardinsburg, Ky,, and the groom is the sou of Sell Farms. Return Books This Week. Capt uud Mrs. Frank I). I'hillips, of M L. Board, of Irvington, has sold Charleston, S. (J., and is a man of sterg While you are finishing fall ling auulities. Mr. and Mrs. I'hillips Ills farm of 218 acres near (Justou, to return all barruwed books. If will remain in .this city until the first of his sun, George Hoard. any one comes across "The Lady of tho the year then they will leave for WashGeorge Cox, of Lodlburg, his Decoration" and "The Street Called ington, I). V., where they will make farm, near old Mstic, to Jesse Cook, Straight," belonging to A. L. H., their future home. Ernest Henderson, of Irvington, has kindly return to The llreckenfldge sold his fine tarm of over 200 acres near News office and receive reward. Buster No More. Guston, to Mr. Alexander. The price t Now Duster was found dead yesterday morn- - was something over $5,000. Alias Ada Lillian Jolly end Air. Frank UuUose Phillips nre Mar- ried. i I house-cleanin- Subscribe right i .! NOW CHILDREN LEARN TO BUY New Branch of Now Suffered Twenty-On- e Years j r-- 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.tTp Root. Injections of morphine wero my only relief tor short periods cf became to sick that I had to undergo a surgical operation In New Orleans, which benefited me for two years. When the same pain came ono day f was so sick that I gave up hopes of living. A friend advised me and I at once to try your Swamp-Roo- t commenced using it. The first bottle did me to much good that I purchased two marc bottles. I am now on my second bottle and am feeling like a I passed a grave! stono new woman as large as a big red bean and several small ones. I have not had the least feeling of pain since taking your Swamp-Roo- t and I feel It my duty to lejomincmltlih great medicine to all sullerlng humanity, firatefully yours, MRS JOSEPH CONSTANCY, Kcho, La. Hipides Par. Personally appeared before me, this 15th dav of Jul. 1911, Mrs. Joseph Constanco, who subscribed t) thoaba.e statement and made oath that the same is true In substance and in fact Wm. Mokuwow. Notary Public. time. I The York's Sciiooi Cflurso Explained. MODEL STORES When purchasing silverware, remember that in silver plate no name stands for higher quality or greater durability than the renowned trade mark Delineator For November TELLS HOW TO ' - 1 ' ' INSTALLED. I847 ROGERS BROS. Earn yourJXmas Money Before Thanksgiving The Meaning of The Baby's Cry . Pupils Receive Practical Instruction of Value to Their Parents White Aproned Teachers Show Them the Way to Bo Successful Purchasers of Staple Commodities, Model stores at which provisions nre bought mid .:old hare been opened In New York public schools for the Instruction of school children. The plan was adopted by the hoard of education at the sustention of Chairman George V. Perkins of the mayor's f.lil ...Itll.lllti... It tu lmtii.il ! 41... emmren will take many of the Ideas learned In school home and thus not , only become good niarkiteia hut Impart the knowledge to their parents. Most of the school principals have appropriated empty storerooms or largo closets for Uie model stores. Bkclvcs ami counters uro built close to the walls, and white uproued teach ere, equipped with scales and ladles. Instruct the children how to buy food staples Intelligently. Heal Food Supply. A large toy factory got a rush order for several thousand sets of toy stores. Smi'l boxes are labeled tea, other boxes nre marked salt, beans, peas, etc. In a few schools real food commodities aro traded In, and the scholars are told to watch the scales to tea that purchases aro sold at fair weights. As part of the domestic science courses boys ami girls are taken to nearby markets by teachers and given practical lessons in selecting vegetables snd groceries. Miss Mary It. Davis, principal of public school No. 1, outlined the new "food course" to a reporter. Watch Quality and Scales. "The children were very anxious to know If they were to have real money," she said. "We thought It best to prepare plc-eof cardboard and wooden eyllml.-iwith money values marked uu them. "The little people are taught to com meat i.poii ilu quality of the spaghetti, coflec or whatever they purchased and i le particularly careful that they receie fair weight. "They are civen a good bind ness training li.v doing till the for the store. Of course they learn to make change. "One of the buti hers Ii Washington market sends in a note when he has an animal to cut up, and a party of children is sent down in care of a She explains different cuts teacher. and what each is worth. "The model store Is a new phase of courses, which the domestic selem-have been in operation In New York , for several public school.-jears. The thing which makes It sure of success Is that tin.-- children look upon the practical work of buying and selling more as ii lecreatlon than part of their regthorn-selvess al-s- n liook-keepin- Ask your dealer to show you the various exquisite patterns in which the can be had. "Silver Plate that Wears" mar if i faction to every taste. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all designs. INTERNATIONAL Sucrcssor la Mcrldcn tliituinll Co. tude for choice in knives, lorks, spoons and fancy serving pieces assures satis- The wide lati- Designs for rmbroidery and Braiding, Cro-diNewestjldeas Edgings andlnsertions. in Charming Gowns. Beautiful number of et 1 rasluons. SILVER CO. MERIDEN, CONN. Price 15 Cents 3IMM Letters In Dr Kilmer ft Co. ItlnKhamtnn. N. V. ular studies." WAS A NOTED MATHEMATICIAN Michael A. McGinnis Wrote a Book on Algebra While In Prison. Michael Angelo Mctilimls, a mathematician of international fame, who City (Mo.) hospital, died In a wrote a book on algebra, called "Algebra, tlie I'nhor.il Solution Tor Numerical and Literal Kqu.it Ions," while in a Missouri penitentiary. It was published in this country and attracted the attention of mathematicians and educators all over the world of John M. lie was a the Inventor nf logarithms, who died In HUT. Tor some time .Mctilimls was professor of mathematics at Wichita, Kan., and later at a college In Mis sourl. Xot long alter this he was sent to the penitentiary for forging a deed and In August. 1!)1U. applied to the governor of the state for a pardon, claiming that he had worked out a smaller the diameter the less waste number of mathematical ptoblems that there Is In proportion. had been universally despaired of. Among thcM lie said that he had found Toned Up Whole System. the exact ratio of the diameter of a clrclu to Its radius, that he had found "Chamberlain's Tablets have done the exact root of all iiiiiuliers and that mure for me than I ever dared hope he could milieu equations of the tenth for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Ilakor, detjee. Spenctrport. N. Y. "I used ieveral bottles of these tablets a few months PREDICTS RUSH TO AMERICA. ago. Tney not only cured me of my billlous '.attacks, sick headaches and Thousands Will Leavi Countries Where that tired fcillng. hut toned up my War Is Constant Menace. whole system " for sale by all 1 i ''sMtr Jeruui.ili Wlilpplo .1 culls. , Icetu.-ig ut New uric university ou dealers. the European wu. ileeliuvd tluit the Paris In 1775. eonU't would imiloiil tcdly force the Crime was so rife In the good city ( t: Slut, h to i. In its f h.'in-e.year IT", that half a of Paris In luunKiiitioii law pievcul this conn dozen corpsesthe were shown most morntry lioui lieiiiu' lli idcd with I.'uropvui ings In the morgue, ami nets were low :tl r peace bus con e crcd each night from the Pout Near I v.ld he h.nl put come from ,i to catch the persons thrown over by confeieiice on till- - subject and that It Yet the punishments h d there Ihcii in erred by um who the cutthroats. wero by no means lenient, and ilekyll h . I. .'en In I'.arope sluiv the gives it horrible description of how he Hint on cverj fide men were saying i they would hae no more govern had seen a criminal broken ou the wheel without stirring from the balii 'tiN which ut line lime might plunge t'li-i"When this war is cony of tils own apartment, wheu Into war ocei I will go :u America," was the "Monsieur do Paris" discharged too '"pinciit of thousands of middle duty of lib office In bag, wig and ruffles and blcn poudro. class and laboring meu. Ka-isa- s con-Unc- d Xa-pleo , i 1 N Louisville, came Priday night to remain Will Do For You What Swamp-Roo- t a few days with her parents, Mr. and Send ten cents to Or. Kilmer & Co., Mrs. J. M. Gregory Ulnghumton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. Yuu Last Priday afternoon Miss Alma Perwilt also receive a booklet of valuable kins entertained the members of her information, telling about the kidneys class. and bladder. When writing, be sure .the Sunday-schoo- l During an epidemic of small-poand mention the Breckenridge News. following occured: Mrs. Will Aubrey and wife went to the t Regular size and "Well uncle 7.eb, are ou not afraid country last week to spend Saturday and bottles tor sale nt all drug stores. Sunday. you will get the smallpox?" "No Sail, No sail, done lied the Dr. Mrs. Hiram Moorman entertained last CONCRETE ON THE FARM. sasinate my family an den we verigated Monday in honor of her brother's wife, de house an if dey dose have anything Mrs. Jesse Wertherliolt. Used For Barns, Silos, Henhouses, it .tall dcy will only have celluloid." Horn To the wife of Tom Landers Bridges and Cellars. I.ula M. Cummins Priday afternoon, a son, Chares Oscar Not long ago the farmer hardly knew Landers. what concrete was. Now lie builds Miss .May Lamb left last Wednesday barns, silos, henhouses, bridges and Lee Williams has opened a pressing night for Houston, Tex. Her father will cellars of It. lose Miss Lamb parlor in one room of Leu Tnul's store Where some years ago the farmer meet her. We regret to She is an intelli- and reports that he is doing well. Used a pile of old boards, a saw and a from our community. coop, his gate gent young lady, was graduated from j hammer to build his lien post and Ids witter trough, he usually one of the best schools in Southern Indi How To Glvo Quinine To Children. now takes part of a bag of cement, ana and goes well qualified to fill either rnntHLlNnlsthctratle-marname clvcn to nil It'ipruvcilUuiniiic Hi!iaTn.tele)sSyiui.plcas-fli- t mixes. It with sand and gravel and of the two positions open to her. to take ami docs not distmb the stomach. adapts concrete to his purposes. II W. Morton and wife, of Davidson O iidrcu take it ami never know It ii Uulnli- . Today he has many appliances about A. o eMctally n.laplctl to rulults who ram. I ne. Dors timie.itc n the farm that are neat, that are sani- Perry, on Rough river, visited relatives .useordinary Qniu.uorrincnilt milthe html. Try tn itervomuess tary and that last forever. This change here last week. Mr. .Morton has just it the next lime yon rent Quinine tor nny orAU tor ? The started with silos and feme posts, and lost his store by fire, value vj.ooo, insur l.uje l'tiUlULIls; ."ciLluu font package. ceuu. ii labouic. IS there Is no end lo the u?cs to which ance 1.700. his was llicir nrst visit 10 the handy man about the house can Clovcrport in 38 years They went from put the versatile machine. Out ou a here to I'atesville to visit their daughter. The Salt Sea farm in Illinois, where an inetyllne There Is a legend in the .Norsi' scalds lames Tinius, wife and daughter, era generator (supplies gaslight to the farni-houwhy tllf sea Is salt. of which explain oue man built a sort of cyclone from Holt were visitors at the home The "hountltul Prodi." wlio-- e invthl'-a- l Owing to the Mrs. l;rank last Saturday and Sunday. cellar for the plant. reign was a golden age Indeed, posdanger of explosions, the ordinary caulini Norton and daughter Ruby, who sessed a quern, or tiaud mill, which tious citizen no longer cares to put a were moving from Kvansville, Ind , lo gas plant in the basement of his resi- Kirk, were guests for a short timcof Mrs. ground out gold uid peace, lint wli'cli would grind out stores ot anything dedence, but if this generator should exsired by itn owner - Two giant middplode It probably would not eveu shat- Will I.aslie. Thursday afternoon while working on ens, ruled over by Prodi, were the ter the walls of the little concrete grinders In 1111 evil day a sea rover a roof at the shops, J. M. Gregory over house that contains It. upon the scene, slew Prodi mid I'resh water Is supplied to the chick- turned a bucket of hot tar and burned came off the quern and the two ens ou another farm with the aid of n his hand but not so serious as at first carried giant maidens who worked It When concrete pool. It Is long and wldo and thought was right out at the sea rover's ves-so shallow that ducks and geese do not Kennedy Ulack and his son Allen vis sea lie ordered the maidens to grind try to swim In It. A pump at one side midnight they asked If they supplies it with fresh water. Tills ii.-- his old home at Wheeler's Landing, salt At has a last Monday' for the first time in fifteen had not ground enough The sen rovsame llock of fortunate chickens t being awakened from Ills solid concrete house of two rooms; one years. .Mr. Illaek says: ',1'in going back er, angry it grind until room has a concrete lloor and perches soon to tee if I can't find some familiar Bleep, commanded them to morning. Now. the giant maidens for the convenience of Its occupants, ,pot of the old stamping ground." enough worked very quickly, so and the other room has a lloor of earth, Mrs. Oil Mattingly went to Owensboro ns they went on grinding the load of where the chickens can scratch about In the winter time. The roosting room, last Tuesday to see her son P'raie and salt grew so heavy that It sank tbo ship, and now the ecu will continue with the concrete lloor, cau be Hushed familv. Fait forever. out anil kept perfectly sanitary, the Mrs. lien Miller and children, from water running from it to a wasto outlet at one side. When It comes to drainage on the farm concrete steps In and helps out the farmer. Culverts are now being made In sections so that, after the excavation Is made and a solid concrete foundation put in the sides and the arch can be added later. The silo, the first appliance to adapt Itself to concrete, has grown enormously In size. One of the biggest of them feet high and has walls Is sixty-twthat an: eight Inches thick. It will hold enough ensilage to fatten five carloads of beef cattle. It only took u mouth to built It and its total cost was but i;K). This Is the latest type of silo, built tall, and with a small diameter, because In this way the room Is Thu used more economically. Proc HILL ITEMS x The NOVEMBER Woman'sHomeCompanion Contains the following articles : I I fifty-cen- one-doll- 1 I e How to Use Cheaper Meats. Supplies That America Will i Have to Do Without. Cleaning Up Southern Cities. Fashions and Patterns for Exquisite Hand Embroidery. No Such Thing as Untalented People. - pur-tos- r. - 1 1 CENTS at L. C. TAUL Insurance'Office el il nut-urall- y TOMB OF NAPOLEON, PARIS Atop of Mount McKiniey. Archdeacon Stuck in his account of his climb to the summit ot Mount "The Ascent of Denali." gives this description of his Impressions upon reaclilug It: "Immediately before as, In the direction In which we had climbed, lay nothing; a void, a sheer gulf many thousands of feet deep, nnd one shrank back Instinctively from the little parapet of snow basin when onn had glanced at the awful profundity. Across the gulf, about 3.000 feet beneath us and fifteen or twenty miles away, sprung most splendidly Into view the great mass of Denull's Wife, or Mount Foraker, as some white men misname her, filling majestically all And never the middle distance. was nobler sight displayed to man than that great isolated mountain, spread out completely, with all its spurs and ridges, its cliffs and Its glaciers, lofty and mighty, nud yet far beneath us. Ueyond stretched, blue and vague to the southwest, the wide valley of the Kuskokwlm, with an end of all mountains. It was, however, to the south and the east that the most marvelous prospect opened before us. Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies OlhCZIOIZ) OOO CTIOEID Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and MONTENEGRINS Austrian Army WITHDRAW Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Is Making a Wonderful Recovery. The montenegrlns admit that they have had to withdraw to their previous positions along the Bosnian frontier after an attack by r. superior forco of Austrlans. The latter, In fact, seem to have mado a wonderful recovery and to bo lighting In a manner of which tholr first performances in tho war hardly gave prom-Iso- . London special: Ky. cz3oiz3fo1fo1fb1aoE5fl : Hardinsburg, We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the IJ. S, A. Turkey, which It was believed at one tlmo had decided to throw Its lot wltn tlertnany, has ngaln nssured tho am-b- a sailors ot Great IlrUaln, Pr.'.net nnd Russia that It Intend to nu ntaln Its policy of noutr: Wy. Turke.-- . liow-evcontinues Us military activities and Is collecting transport Rnbuals, which, It lu said, uru 'destined for thu Kcyptlan frontier. Thre Centuries of Opera, 1.1!)" careful estimate puts It hut more than UO.OOO operas have been staged In Kitropc and America. Ily a liberal estimate of all the operas ever niniMscd not niore than seventy-liv- e are now alive and more or less popu-- , iar Argonant. ".Since Ono With Unfulfilled. Wife You promised that If I would marry you my every wish should be rratlfled. Husband-We- ll, isn't It? (VI re-I wlsb I hadn't married Bits. No: .J.UUi'JIMHTJ Superior Sanitary LAUNDERING Wo pay the postage both wui on packiiKus U a. or over, Work Prompt KUarunteed deliveries In luuttary puckuijes. Will credit you upon reference. Write for Inlornmtloii lietter. till, tend trial bundle. Office i 625 W. Jefferton St. 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS Ural-class i. : all wai-sta- 1 iii-il- . LOUMVIILE. KY. Pkitto by American Preu Association. j ;ou.-lllostr- ated Now k the tim teMtbeenW A TRUMPET CALL TO WW WILSON, AND KENTUCKY" Senior Camden In Ringing Words, Tells of His Party's Services "WOODROW Senator Camden's Statement of the Great Services Rendered to the People By Woodrow Wilson and His Administration Was Strongly and Impressively Told. Versailles, Ky., Oct. 26. Senator Johnson N. Camden addressed his home people here this afternoon. His statement of the great services rendered to the people by Woodrow Wilson and his administration was very strongly and impressively told as a business men would tell It without frills or furbelows. His speech In full was as follows: My friends I have been complimented and honored with a scat in the United States Senate as one of tho Representatives from Kentucky. I would be an lngrate did I not embrace this, my first opportunity, to extend to you, and through you, to the Democracy of Kentucky, my profound and heartfelt thanks for the magnificent vote and endorsement given to me at the primary election last August I was prevented from prosecuting a canvass of the state In the Interest of my candidacy, and from meeting you face to face, by reason of the measures of importance pending In Congress demanding my presenco there as your representative, in discharge of the trust committed by you to my hands, and yet you gave me such a splendid majority and endorse- - this country has known. It also loom to me that It must bo a source :f prldo nnd satisfaction to every Democrat who takes the stump this all that hp can dwoll exclusively upon the remedial and beneficial legislation enacted by this administration, )." !tcad of, as In years gone by, waging only a campaign of opposition upon s the of tho Republicans. Aiding the Whole People. Never before In our history haBany political party undertaken to extend the aid and protection of the government to the people In their struggles, as has the present Democratic administration. It has been a revelation to tho thinking people, to find after living under Republican misrule for such a length of time, that this really Is, as our great Kentucklan hoped for, "A government of the people, by the people nnd for the people," when properly and' honestly administered. It Is n revelation to the business man, to the laborer, to the farmer, and In fact to all classes of citizens. Being myself a farmer, and consequently cseclnlly familiar with his environments, his needs and his ambitions, I want to say that I have been delighted to find so many wise measures In his Interest enacted by the Democratic administration. I wish to call your attention to n few of the most conspicuously helpful Inws passed by this administration In behalf of the people. short-coming- Tariff Revised Downward. If the present administration were entitled to credit for no other legislation than the Underwood Tariff Act, In my judgment, that alone would be suftlclent to commend It to the affection and admiration of the American people. Unlike Its predecessors, this tariff bill was drawn In the Interests of the whole people, and not for a particular class. After many years of patient waiting we have at last, under Democratic administration, and as one of Its first acts, a tariff bill that actually revises the tariff downward, nnd in many cases removes it entirely from -- the necessaries of life. The Tariff Dill, which was so highly commended by President Taft In his was Winona speech, celebrated enough to damn any party, and did defeat and damn the Republican parly for ever. No party of whatever denomination can retain the respect and support of a free people, that shows Its utter disregard of their rights by promising relief before .the alectlon and yet contrives to legislate In the Interests of the classes nnd igatnst the masses when placed In power. This Is the history of the Republican party, under tho selfish leaders who possessed themselves of that once historic party, conclusively de monstrates. A party may fool the people for awhile, but a day of reckoning is sure to come. Payne-Al-drich Republican Commendation. Tho commendation and support of this tariff bill by a number of the able ind conscientious Republicans nnd Progressive members of both Houses ?peaks volumes in its behalf, because strenuous efforts were made by the naders and whips of these parties to Ine up their men and present a solid "rant In opposition to tho bill. Senator Polndexter, an able Progressive, 'eferring to his vote for the measure, very pointedly s.iid on the llcor of the Senate: "Many of those who ostensibly have been especially grieved over my vote for this bill and who claim to be greatly exercised as to the evil consequences which will follow Its enactment as a matter of fact, really but I have earnestly endeavored during are. interested in tho tariff schedules of my short term of office to represent Kentucky in conjunction with my the bill. That Feature of the bill which distinguished colleague, Hon. OHIe M. really arouses their bitter hostility, although they curiously silent James In her varied interests to the upon It, Is not are the tariff at all, but very best of my ability by being faith fully at the post of duty, and by cast the Income tax. "As a rule those who are In favor ing my vote for those measures which prohibitory or excessive tariff rates I conceived to be best for the Interests of country; believing that in this are opposed to a properly graded Inof the way I could best demonstrate my ap- come tax. Some of this class have been preciation of your confidence and my opinioncompelled by force of public to favor nn Income tax, but loyalty to your interests. In reality oppose it under tho guise of An Appreciated Honor. opposition to the tariff reductions In It is an honor to represent any state the pending bill. This bill, so far as In the Federal Senate; to participate It modifies the existing law, shifts to In the framing of legislation In tho that extent the burden of taxation Interests of the great American peo- from the poor consumer to the rich ple, but. especially Is it a high honor possessors of great Incomes. Its tendto represent in that body the great ency Is to lighten tho taxes upon State of Kentucky, a state so rich in mere sufficiency and Increase them its heritage and Its history. While I upon superfluity. This has been the can not claim the honor of being a policy and theory of every wise sysnative of Kentucky, I do claim to tem of taxation In tho most enlight know a good thing when I see It, and ened civilization." I came here soon after attaining my The Income Tax. majority, as soon as I was authorized To my mind ono of the strongest to act for myself. You will observe features of the Underwood Tariff Bill that to me being a Kentucklan Is a Is the Income Tax, because, It requires matter of selection and choice, while those who are ablest and have reyou natives really deserve no credit, ceived the greatest benefits, to come as you had no say so whatever, but to tho support of the government, and were Just born here, and couldn't help to that extent removes the burden yourselves. from the shoulders of the poor. In I heard of some objections to my stead of requiring every man who candidacy because I was not a native buys a suit of clothes, a pair of shoes, Kentucklan, but to my mind a state a hat, or any other necessity of life, which has furnished to tho other to contribute a largo pgr cent of the states of tho Union 10 of their gov- price paid to support the government, ernors and which has at tho present and incidentally enrich tho manufac time four native Kentucklans in the turer, as ho has done under a proUnited States Senate, representing tective tariff so long, It says to n man other states, and claims as her sons with an income In excess of $3,000, the Speaker and Loader of (ho Lower you aro better nblo to bear thin burHouse of Congress, should bo gener- den, because you are receiving more ous enough not to raise her voice of the benefits, so you pay your part, against one who came as soon as he and relieve your less fortunate brothcould, who expects to live and die ers. What man, I ask and be buried hero surely this should you, who is willing to llvo and let live, his adoption and be he rich or poor, consistently ob be suftlclent proof of devotion. ject to such a law? My friends, I wish to say ,that In The calamity howlers, with axes to looking backwards, as the State Chair- grind, bave criticised this tariff bill, man of Woodrow WUbou'b Campaign, and called It a failure, yet,' although I bave a feeling of profound satisfac- It has been In operation only a year. tion, not to say gratitude, for the small there has been raised more revenue part you permitted me to play In help under It than by the Payne-Aldrlctag to bring about the election of the bill for the previous year, or in fact SENATOR JOHNSON N. CAMDEN tnent, that I am unable to find word with which to express to you my obll gatlon and my thanks. lit-tl- o d b aoUMy constructive Congress for any year la the last tea. normal conditions are restored lu December, nnd that Is a Rural Credit idlo In tho Treasury ns a reservo hind the end ot which could not bo sees, System, whereby the farmer can bor- Dr deposited In tho big hanks, but It with both continents plunged In war. My friends, for a moment dwelt upon row money on his land at fi per cent, Is new leaned to the farmer up. n nd a r 'Hod of tl ro Tinning front rates upon good agricultural this thought "e wtull have lost the worderfri opprr 'i' , o demonstrate five to thli ;yflve year. Tho amorti- securities. to tno world the blessings of a true zation scientifically worked out to Measure. The Antl-Tr'democratic government, administered meet the needs of the borrowers, The Trades Commission nnd Clayton for the good ot humanity. Don't you statesmanship. Farm Marketing. recently enacted supplement nnd know that we owe It to President WIN bills Let mc call your attention especially Law This administration has established elucidate the Shermnn Anti-Truto what tho government has done In Bon that we nre permitted now to have a Bureau of Marketing and placed the and compel fair play and fair competi coundirect nld of the farmer: study of distribution, of buying and tion uy ootn nig ana utile uusiness the inspiring vision of this great Government Aid In Eradicating Hog scllln'g In the hands of experts, so that and place a ban on private monopoly. try towering sublimely above the clouds of war that encompass despairCholera. tho farm products may be standardThe Issues Stated. ing nations nnd that the standard of A very careful government estimate ized nnd prepared, transported and disTho electorate of Kentucky will be democratic civilization has been placed made no later than 1013 revealed the tributed to the consumer at tho lowest fact that six million hogs, valued at possible cost and waste, thus substi- called upon nt the ensuing November upon high nnd unassailable ground? s Reject two United Stntcs We being the only civilized 103,000,000, died of hog cholera In the tuting business-likmethods election to a Representative in Con- nntlon without entanglements that Senators, and United States that year. As this Is a for the wasteful plan so long gress from each of the clevn Con- may lead to war, have a most imporpreventnble disease, It means that pursued as heretofore. gressional Districts In tho State. The tant mission to fulfill. Europe looks over 700,000,000 pounds of dressed Parcel Post. .ill important question nnd paramount to us now for food and the necessaries meat and lnrd, or enough to furnish The Parcel Post System has been Issue is not so much tho personnel of of life. every family In the land with about When exhausted physically and 33 pounds of meat has been, needless- extended so as to directly aid the the candidates for these offices, as It ly lost. This has been allowed to go far farmer In shipping his produce to Is whether the people will give Wood-ro- financially with war, she will look to Wilson nnd the Democratic Ad- us for counsel and help In establishing on unnoticed for fifty years. It re- the city consumer, thus extending and diministration the encouragement of peace. We will also Inevitably reap mained for this Democratic Congress creating new markets and making to take positive and efficient steps to rect connections between producer and their endorsement by electing Demo- the fruits of our great nnd sane and consumer, and not only Increasing the crats to assist and uphold the hands peaceful policy All that Is lost to Euchecks the awful waste caused by this scourge. So, In February of this year farmer's profits, but also decreasing of the President In further carrying rope by this holocaust of war will be living. out his great program of constructive transferred to us, making us supreme a bill was passed settling aside $."00,-00- the cost of What Has Been Done for Labor by the leg'slatlon so propitiously Inaugurated, in finance, Industry nnd commerce. nation-wid- e application of for a in behalf ot the American People; or This country owes our President a Democratic Administration. , serum to eradicate a disease that not In July, 191S, the President procured whether they will rebuke him by elect-lu- deep debt of gratitude for the calmly, only costs' tho farmers many milthe Republican or Bull Moose, can- forceful and dignified way he has lions annually, but also gives the peo- the enactment of the Industrial Jeffer-sonlnArbitration Act. The possibil- didates to criticise, to thwart, and to maintained the ple a greatly extended meat supply. rule "Peace, commerce and condemn, If possible, every Democratic government aid ities for good of this wise piece This certainly brings legislation aro Incalcula- measure, and thus tur back the bands honest friendship with all nations, endirectly to the farmer and lends a tangling alliances with none. of progress. ble. It will soften nnd mollify the helping hand where most needed, As with ol heretofore existing between The Importance of Governor Beck- my I conclude, your the expression m Agricultural ExtenThe Smith-Leve- r patience, let thanks for Capital and Labor, employer and emham's Election. sion Act. suggest to you a watchword for out And lu this connection, I want to Agricultural Ex- ploye. Each Interest is assured of a The Smith-Leve- r freo and fair hearing of Its grievances, my that relatively tho election of Gov- contest: Woodrow Wilson, Democracy tension Act Is the most and Kentucky. and progressive measure ever enacted and their disputes arc submitted to ernor Beckham Is vastly more Imanil considered by wise nnd sympa- portant to Kentucky nnd to tho Demotor the farmer. It takes the State Agricultural College, the State Experi- thetic arbitrators eagerly anxious to cratic Party, than my own. If elected What Would You Do? jus- my term can only be until March, 1, adjust ment Station and the Federal Depart- tice, all differences In a spirit of There are many times when one man toleration, and fair play. Already 11)15, while Governor Beckham's Is for ment of Agriculture direct to the numerous, Issues between six years. He and Senator James will questions another's actions and mofarmer, the farmer's wife and Into the Capital and Labor have been settled, continue throughout tho term ot the tives. Men act differently under diffeCongresfarm home. It is the first sional act that considers the farmer's notably the adjustment of the pending President, and with the able and pa- rent circumstances. The question is, by providing strike between the railways and their triotic Democratic delegation repre- what would you do rit'ht now if you had wives and daughters employes lu the Middle West, which. If senting Kentucky In tho House of a severe cold' Could you do funds for teaching home economics. better This administration was the first one not amicably arranged, would have Representatives (and I want to say than take Chamberlain's Cou'li Remetremendous truth that If meant civil war, thereby abundantly to you here that they are the equal dy? It is highly recommended by all of the knowledge applicable and demonstrating the efficiency and wis- of any delegation representing any people who have used it for years and helpful to farming that has been work- dom of this measure. Many other In- state of the Union) will assist in carknow Its value. Mrs. O. 10. Sarycnt, ed out seperntely by the experimental dustrial disputes which would have rying to completion the program of quickly assumed the proportions of constructive legislation, ns mapped out Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain'sCoueh stations, and by Individual farmers upon the farm, nnd by the scientists In Industrial wars between employer and by our own President, embracing many Remedy is worth its weight in uold the United States Department of Ag- employe have been satisfactorily set- more wise measures. In order to In- and 1 take pleasure in recommending riculture could be gathered together tled, and millions saved to the con- sure their passago he must needs have It." For sale by ail dealer, and correlated and sent out to tho tending parties, and all of the Incon- a safe working majority In both farmer not In written bulletins veniences to the general public Inci- Houses of Congress. Tells the Time In Nine Cities. Shall President Wilson Be Indorsed. which they would not read but by dent to such conditions averted. London. There hns been presented The Eight Hour BUI. This is not the time for party personal appeal and demonstration, London museThere ft) the recently-openethat agriculture would be readjusted, The Eight Hour Bill extends th op- differences and dlsscntlons. up of all the ranks um an Interesting clock, which is said that country life would have an at erations of the eight hour law both to mu.it be a closing traction, a, dignity and potential inflti work done for and by the government, all along the line and a solid front to bo the only one of its kind In exenemy istence. The clock stands 12 feet enco never onjoyed before. This act t'jus putting the stamp of Federal ap- presented to the common makes liberal appropriation for farm proval upon a working day ot eight Democracy, now jn the ascendancy high, nnd In nddltlon to Indicating must not be retarded In Its onward Greenwich time on tho big dial, also extension work. There Is Immediate- bouts' length. on eight march to complete victory. The Is Indicates Mmultancously ly available $10,000 for each State The Clayton Bill. sues lu this campaign are simple and smaller dials tho time in as many of Agricultural College and by gradually The Clayton Bill treats, among other clear cut. Shall Woodrow Wilson. the principal cities of the world. It Increasing sums the new law appro things, the relation of kibor organiza- one of the cleanest, ablest and most further contnlns a barometer and a priates $4,5SO,0OO annually from tho t tions to the laws, and corFederal treasury, conditioned upon roding the panic so that labor can no humanely constructive Presidents that date dial. The timepiece was conthe indhidual states providing an al longer bo considered a commodity cr even filled tho office, be. endorsed or structed In 1S51 for the great exhicondemned? Now that the people, the bition, and Is n handsome piece ot most equal sum. This will make avail property, and the regulation of the is- plain people, havo at able after the year 1922 nearly $10,' last come Into workmanship, tho casing nnd fittings suance of Injunctions, and guarantee000,000. In the first nine years of the ing their o.n, and have torn from the being of mahogany, ormolu and of the right by jury for al- greedy gratp of monopolies and trusts bronze. It is said to havo cost $5,000. law's application, the Federal govern- leged contempts of trial committed out of the the reins of govern nenl, will you vote ment will have given the forty-eh;ptesence of the court. Attempted Suicide 20 Times. to hand them back again? Aro you states more than $2.1,000,000, and the New York. in defending his wife's The Department of Labor Bill. willing to consign to their care and states themselves will have given This Democratic administration of- kei'ping this Rovarnment, more than $1S,000,000. so that separation suit, Herman M. Atklna Thus In the 20 attempts at suiand said she had made nine year period now beginning, a ficially further recognized tho dignity their reactionary policies shall bo per- - cide because be had refused to glve ,irand total of nearly $12,000,000 will and Importance at labor by creating go Into agricultural extension work. the Department of Labor, with a Secmated, and the Interests of the peo her mother $300 to buy a chicken retary who Is a member ot the Presi- pie Ignored as they have been so long farm. The feature of the bill, the states and Federal government dent's Cabinet, thus dignifying labor under Republican misrule. working in close harmony. Is a very and furnishing i;n opportunity of proAie you witling to undo, or to be Whenever You Need n General Tonic in undoing what the people Take drove's valuable step forward. Efficiency Is tection and advancement by hniug a guaranteed for the wise expenditure representative lu close touch with the nave so long waited for and voted for The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless of this enormous sum by providing President. anl prayed for, an administration chill Tonic is equally valuable as a In addition to these fow prominent 'nnopt enoimli, wise enough, and General Tonic because it contains the that the work shall be carried on In enough to aid and protect the well known tonic properties of QUININE such a manner as shall be mutually measures, which I havo mentioned, nets on and agreed upon by the Secretary of Agri- there are numerous others which this humblest citizen lu his struggle for out IRON. ItHunchesthe Liver, Drives Malaria, the administration has enacted Into law Ife, liberty and happlnes3? An ad Builds up the Whole System. Blood and culture nnd the State Colleges. 50 cents. If explanation, or excuse, is needed having for their purpose tho protec- ::itniftrn:loti that Is not dominated and for the outlay of such enormous sums, tion oi labor, demonstrating conclu- contiolled by tho trusts? Von haven't the time to listen to, SURE I would say that it Is high tlmu that sively that the, Democratic party Is TO BE ALL ELECTRIC such steps are being taken. If we are the friend of labor and that its plat- "f I had the time to toll you in detail form declarations on this subject were of. all the wise legislation which your Time to obviate one of the greatest dangers Certainly Coming When Use of that threaten our national existence. not mere "vote catchers," but sincere qreat President, with the aid of a Steam as Power Will Be Given Up I refer to the deserted fe.rm home, a convictions promptly adopted, as soon De'iiccratlc Congress, has been Instruby the Railroads. constantly Increasing tendency to- as It enmo Into power, and the aid and mental In placing upon the statute system of farming by ab- relief so long denied by the Republic- books in your behalf. These Demo wards a Tho tlmu Is coming when all railsenteeism, the growth of tenantcy and an party cheerfully accorded to the cratic measures, carrying out the cle roads will be operated by electricity. groat masses of laboring people. tho alarming drift of rural population claratlons of the Democratic platform Even now we are in tho period of have been so fair and honest and wii The Federal Reserve Act. towards the towns and cities. It is the swift upeedlng, powerful electrlo safe to assume that not more than 30 Tho law known as tho Federal Re and fraught with such Incalculable dreadnought of the steel highway. per cent of our population llvo upon servo Banking Act stands out as pos benefit and protection to the people of The New York Central railroad, part the farms. This tendency will cease slbly of more vital Importance to the the nation as a whole, that the Ro of whose system Is operated by eleconly when farm life becomes as at- country than even tho passage of the lubllcau Party has been disappoint d, tric power, Is having built for its termtractive as urban llfo. There Is an downward revised tariff bill. Certain dazed and amazed. The strenuous and inal service six electric locomotives, Imperative need on tho part of the ly nothing showed tho prophetic vl frantic efforts which the representa to bo tho most powerful yet constructState and Federal government to re- sion, the unswerving and unconquer tives of that party havo put forth In ed. They are being built at Schenectady, shape rural methods and Ideals. We able courage of our great President attempting to secure some excuse to must havo better fanning, better liv- mere than tho passage of this truly otfir to the people to vote for them. Is and will have a higher efficiency than ing, better and more education, which marvelous pleco of legislation. It Is positively amusing, not to say hull any other locomotive yet means better and more prosperous cit- perhaps best that the country should crous. They first began their old, old constructed. They nro to develop izenship In rural communities. It re never know the almost Insuperable story, which they have sung so long 2,000 horsepower for one hour. Of quired a Democratic administration (lifticultles placed In the way of this of commercial depression, predicting this the equivalent tractive effort la for the Department of Agriculture to bill, from many apparently unrelated a paralysis of business, bankruptcy 14,000 pounds at fit miles nn hour make this direct effort to get In touch sources We will now, at last, have and ruin. Notwithstanding these ca continuously, or 20,000 pounds at 49 with the homo life of the farmer and an elastic currency, Instead of luivlua lamity iiowlors, business moved along miles nn hour at one hour rating. to assist and Improve his domestic con- the wealth of the nation congested lu serenely, and no cloud presaging a Each locomotlvo can haul a 1,200-toditions, thereby making the llfo of the one section. It will be spread over panic was seen on the horizon, though train on a level track continuously at farmer, his wife and family, easier and the remotest parts of our country, and they prayed long and loud for that 0 miles an hour. Talk nbout pull! pleasauter, his work more profitable be available for the legitimate busi consummation so devoutly wlslied for an attractive an actual sympathetic ness needs of every section of our by them. tones up the system, helpful interest of tho government in vast domain. It Is safe to say that this Watchful Waiting. stimulates the Liver to work In harmofarm life. Is it not encouraging to the country will never ugaln experience Then they criticised itnd ridiculed farmer to feel that thero Is a party in the appalling, and In many Instances, the President's policy of "watchful ny with the other oreuns. Guaranpower which sympathizes with agricul- ruinous effects of a nation-widpanic, waiting," saying that ho was making ty cive satisfaction. Klncheloc's Phar tural pursuits, and Is devoting Its best with its desolation and paralysis to the American nation ridiculous and macy. efforts nnd energy towards tho Intel- the business Interests of tho nation, the laughing stock of tho world; that lectual advancement of thnt great In- fa addition to this unspeakable bless- he was dreamer, nn Idealist, a mere Something About Sleep. dustry; so that it can no longer be ing to tbu country at large, this act school teacher. Tho jingoes blow their How much sleep is nccessnry for a said of the farmer that ho is a "manu- Is especially helpful to agriculture. horns and heat their drums, nnd soundman? The question was raised cen facturer who buys his raw material at For the first time, Nutlonnl Banks are ed the and cried out for a retail and sells his finished product nl permitted to make loans on furm morn vigorous and aggressive foreign turies ago by Montalgue. "Phlstlans," wholesale." It Is, in my judgment, lands and to rediscount the farmers' policy; the Republican press joined In he wrote, "may consider whether sleep both an opportunity nnd a duty ol notes based on staple agricultural pro- the hue and cry, until innny weak bo so necessuiro that our llfo must every farmer In the land to cast his ducts. This Democratic act places souls quailed, but net so with tho great needs depend on It, for wo find that vote to endorse and sustain tho Demo- $500,000,000 available for the promo- Democratic Christian statesman lu the Pcrsus, king of Macedon, prisoner at cratic administration in its great con- tion of agiiculturo. Not the least help- White House, Woodrow Wilson. Se Rome, tobeing kept from sleep, was die; but Pllnie aleagath that structive and beneficent program ol ful ot tho many administration meas- renely ho pursued tho oven tenor of mado legislation, of which he Is one of the ures, was tho Govorninent uld to the his ways, amid tho pitiless storm ol some have lived a long time without any sleep at all. And Herodotus re-crop movement at a critical time. The criticism and abuse, with a firm hand chief beneficiaries. porteth there are nations where men I must mention another great boon Secretary of tho Treasury placed on the helm of the ship ot state. It he Bleep and wake by halfe yearea. And to the farmer that this administration of Government funds lu the had wavered In his own view of the write has practically worked out and thai banks ot the country where most duty of a strong and powerful nation those thataffirm the life ot Eplraealdea will be passed into law at the coming needed for crop moving and marketing towards a weak and distracted one, we tis wise apnea that be slept tit oes a ol mtm. an abort session ot Congress, which opens purposes. Previously this money was would be engaged la a bloody conflict, reaMa." SV'hu.i and tho countries now engaged In destruction, change to production, with tho rehabilitation of business and a resultant Increase In Imports, the Underwood Tariff Bill wjll abundantly establish tho wisdom of Democratic fr I ( first-clas- e slip-sho- 0 g time-honore- d d anti-trus- trust-fosterin- tiim-eniichln- g high-spee- d n X e tom-tom- 0 iy New Millinery ..For. W I. Lane and Jamet Bo.idurant, Dr. D. S, Spires and Pete Vessels, of Mooteyvllle, were in town last week on traveling salesman were In town busln.is. Heard Hros. shipped a car load of stock to Louisville Inst Saturday. Circuit Court will close Wednesday. During this term six have been sent to the penitentiary and three to the school of reform The following are some of the visiting attorneys that have been here during court: J. R. Sirillman, Louisville; Ernest Wardford, Hartford; W. I'ratt Dale, Louisville; John Hardin, Will Ashcraft, Brandenburg, and Gen. I). It. Murray, Indianapolis. Miss Louise Moorman has returned from Louisville where she has been Tuesday. Mesdames A. T. Adkins and W. 1'. Graham were In Louisville Friday. Misses Julia and Maggie Greenwood entertained at their beautiful country home Wednesday evening in honor of their nephew, Bernard Carter. T.ie following guests were present: Misses Elizabeth Crlder, Mary Alexander, Lottie Dandy, Margaret ConnlfT, Mary Henry; Messrs. Qlllic Dowell, Hubert Lyon, Paul Wilson and Dr. E. A. Lex. Mrs. V. II. McGhce and Miss Nannie McGhce have returned from Louisville. Milton Green left Sunday night for Elmltch, to act as operator at that PUREST Extra Fancy Self Rising Snow Drift flour is SWEETEST Snow Drift, First BEST Bob White ONLY GOOD WHEAT SCIENTIFICALLY MILLED MAKES THE BEST FLOUR Thanksgiving ..And.. Mid-Wint- Patent 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! ' er "A woman with a stylish i hat that is comfortable can conquer the world." This has been said by one who depended on a beautiful hat to get hersplendid position in the business world. Smart models of velvet, enriched with ostrich feafeather thers, Numidi, fancies and touches of flowers, most effective styles in Sailors, Turbans, Toques, and close-fittin- g black and the fashionable colors. point for several days. A little son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson. wedding. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hook and daugh- -, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe have ter spent Monday In Louisville. returned to their home in Louisville after n visit to Dr. A. M. .Kincheloe and family. BIG SPRING. Prof. Steele and teventeen of the Hleh School bovs went out In the woods last Friday night and had a gen Mr. T. R. Moorman, of Quincy, 111., eral good time. Some hunted and some spent Tuesday and Wednesday with relstayed by the camp the. They took atives and friends. their lunch with them and did some II. S. Clarksou ami sister, Mrs Kempcooking. The boys report a great time er, and Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, Little Miss Virginia Wulker enter motored to Klizabclhtown Wednesday tained nineteen of her girl friends lat for the day, Miss Nell Clarksou returned, Saturday afternoon. The occasion be' with them for a visit of several weeks. ing her tenth birthday. Mrs. Fletcher Kelly, of .Mt. Carmcl, 111., and Misses Kstill and Lillian Vogt, of Jeilcrsoiitown, spent several days last Notice. week with their sister, Mrs. C. II. Witt. All persons having claims against the Joe Illnnkcuship and J. It. Carter spent estate of L. C. Simmons, deceased, will several days last week nt Hardiushurg. please present same properly proven as Miss Mahlc Trent went to Louisville required by law tn the undersigned. last week with her aunt, Mrs. Morris, C L. Simmoiw, Administrator. Candidate spent several days. Mrs. R. S. Dowell and Miss Ada bin went to Flaherty Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Illankcnship spent Thursday at Vine Grove. There was nn all day meeting at the llaptist church last Thursday, two mis sionaries being present, who delivered the sermons. Mrs. J. II. Mead or spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Williams, at West Point. Mrs. llettie Kaje, of Ivlizahethtotvii, spent a few days last week with Mesdames Talbott and Strother. having been fourteen years since she left here. Rev. Schuyler Shelly and wife, of Glasgow, passed through here last week eu route to High Plains to visit her sister, Mrs. llennett. J.J. L. Morris, wife and baby spent last week iu Louisville, attending the meet- ug of the lodge and buying goods. Dur- - shopping. Jtf, and Mrs. Chambers, of Louisville, attended the Klncheloe Compton 1 more than the rest Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. It is best, costs no why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong Must When in Need of Anything Come to us Protect Interests. Mrs. Margaret One who loves Payne to make hats that are lovely. Inrington, :- -: Kentucky ent hour One of the illusions is that the presis not theUvciMvu hour Write itonvotir heart that every day is the best day of the year. Ernerson. has IS. V. Spiircs, of Cloverport, 'beentlie Kii'.st ol his siMer, Mrs, Robert Ilundricl;. John D. Shaw Hickman. U vihiiiug relatives in Mr. ami Mrs. Ilutdiu, after a vii.lt to her parent., .Mr. (.ml Mr.s. John AUx ander, have returned to their humeiu Cjbuol, Mo. Ilratumtt, the photographer, from Clovurpuil, h.is heeu iu town MiVer.il days. Dr. ami Mr.s. Shumate motored in from KitigKwood Matunl&y. D.ivid Penie'K, of Cuntur, was in town S.iturd.iy. Mrs. Mmy C. Huston i.s at home f om a visit to her duni'liters, Mrs. J. C. ami Mrs. Will Payne, Irvmgton, Tluuu.ih, Leitchfield. Zacl: Stilh, of Huwleyville, was the guest last week ot Mr. & nil Mrs. Andrew Uldur. John Ncvitt, of Basin Spring, visiied Mr. ami Mr.s. Alter last Tnursilay. I'ostruaUer Hubert Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in town last Wednesday on business. Chaiinian Vic file was in Ohio county last week looking after the interest of the Democratic parly, Tom Hlvtho, of Irviugtou, attended court last week. Mrt;. 1'ercy ,'licqrd and baby visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. b. Kichardsou, in Union Star. Rev. S. K. Hunt went to Kerea lust week to nttodd the futieral of his brother-in- law. Mrs. W. K. Moorman, of (lieu Dean, has been the guest of Mrs. II. M Heard. M. D. Heard anil Will Duvall were In Chlcngo last week buying goods fur II F. Heard 4i Co. Mr.s. Shelby Conrad unci baby have returned to their homo alter a visit to Mrs. J IS. Kincheloe. , I I j i It I 1 H. F. (Sallnwav and were u town da'ughter. of Saturday having Cm-nelto- dentul work done n Dr. John U Kincheloe went to Suuda to perfor- an operation, - Mr. and Mr.s. (',. T. Itrite have re turned from Maceo. Mesdames W. J I'iggott, T. J. Wade and Nora Hoard attended missionary conference at Hrandenlmrg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne have had for their guest, Mrs Mary Heston, of Hardiushurg. Mrs. Henry Keafus has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Cowley, at Sand Hill. Sam Rice has moved his family to Louisville. Mrs. Mary Sipple has returned from Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Footc. of Lebanon Junction, have returned home, after a visit with Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Foote. Paul Wilson was in Itrandenlmrg Glen Dean Meeting Friday. week-enK. H. Shellmati spent the For Teachers Saturday. with his family near I.odiburg. W J. I'iggott, Charley Itlauford and Program for Teachers' Association, I) C Heron attended Orand Lodge at Sixth District, to he held at Glen Dealt, Louisville hist week. Saturday, October 31, 10 a. m., is as Mrs. H. J. ICrehs is visiting in follows: Song Mr and Mr.s I'M McAfee spent SunAddress-Su- pt. Trent. day in Cloverport Koll cail liaeh teacher to respond Mr ami Mrs Miiiinel llrooks are visit- - with a quotation. ilig in Fordsville. Practic-- Methods of Securing the Co J. M. Mudd, of Howling C.reeti, lias operation of the Patrons -- Sadie Hall. of Current Kvents iu the School Ijcii tlu guest of Mr and Mrs. Karl A.sa Chancelor. Itennett, of IUimu Springs Mind Training vs Memoriing Crissie Forrest Stith, of Guston. hasnioed Wroc his family here Character Itiiilding iu School Willis Kirk. Mr.s. Mr. ami Mr Fentress. Sipple, Misses IUiahtth Ilaxter, Jnle Advantages and Disadvantages of the Cleo Btowiifield, Elsie liaxter and Prof. New Text Hooks General discussion. Ater attended the teachers' association Work of the School Improvement at Stephensport Saturday. League C. L. Williamson. Sam Unites, of Owensboro, is visiting Recess. Mr. and Mrs C W. ilawcs. Song. Mrs J. J Tllford will he hostess to Which Studies Should Receive Prethe Housekeepers' League Wednesday cedence .etta Simmons. afternoon Husy Work for Little hoiks Mrs. Miss Hvelyn Payne has returned from Mary llrotvu. HcncfH of a Library to a Rural School a two weeks' stay in Cincinnati. Nell Sherman. r Mrs R A. Crider and little Ruth Discipline and Management Kleanor are visiting in (,;en Dean. Whittiughill. Mrs, W T Itrite, of Lewsport, is the Teaching of Agriculture iu the Rural guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred llrite. Schools General discussion. Mr and Mrs. W. J Piggott motored Arithmetic iu Second and Third Grades to Hew Icy ville Saturday to attend quarMrs. Jno. Marshall. terly meeting. They were accompanied The Assignment of the Lesson Hessie I iv Mrs. Nora Hoard ami Miss Hlleu Wright. Muuford. Vocational Training Hthel Meador. Dr Kugcno lletvley, of Penrod, Ky , Treatment of the Unprepared Mildred was in town Friday, calling on a mini; Moorman. her of old friends. He was formerly a To What Extent Can Domestic Science He Taught iu the Rural Scluxils, resident of our town. Value of Tests, Reviews and K'xamt-natioMiss II. Ada Drury, of Louisville, Nellie Heatty. with .Mr. and Mrs. spent the week-enTeaching the New Spelling Hook R. II MctVothlan. ' llernard Carter and Miss Mary Ncvitt Auastatia Mattingly v Cnrrellatiou of Geography with drove through toCloerport Saturday. and Relation of Life to Physical Mrs Minerva l!raiidc,uburg has re- Geography Ida H. Marr. turned from a visit to her home at Tip School A preparation for Life Coral Top. Whittiughill. W. S. Hopper, of Lancaster, Kv , Remarks Supt. Trent. was In town Friday, shaking hards Song. Mr. Hopper was with old f i lends Adjournment formerly an asaistnnt at the Firs SlVr. J.W. TRF.NT, President. State Bank. 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