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The Breckenridge news: November 4, 1914 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1914 brc1914110401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 4, 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 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXIX THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914. Pages No. 18 Announcement. m mi Sweeping Victory for the Democrats Breckenridge County Falls Inlo Line Along With Land Slide Democrats Carry Louisville By 10,000 to 12,000. The State Gives 40,000 to 50,000. Has A Remarkable Sale At His Store At Garfield Last Week. OUR NEXT U. S. SENATOR The four days sale nt the gener- al merchandise store of Ova Gray was a rcmarkahlo success. Tlio advertisement in The Breckcn- ridge News was the key to tho success which came to Mr. Grit'. lie studied his stock then advertised it, and followed it up with hard work at the sale. Eight clerks assisted him. People came every day and took advantage of the sale price-- Mr. Gray is a live business man and the people appreciate, his ability to serve them in mercantile lines. . Having been urged for the past sev eral years to enter the Real Estate business, we linve concluded to do so nnd take this opportunity to announce to the public that hereafter we will, in connection with our Life Insurance, conduct a Real Estate Agency. In undertaking to sec the lands of this section wc feel sure that an exten sive plan of advertising will be neces sary. And In order to reach a first class clientele this advertising will have to be placed in high class publication which will necessarily bring on a heavy expense. We trust that the public will under stand thnt some time will be rtqttlred to build up a successful agency and will not expect an Immediate sale of every piece of property placed in our hands. We promise however to render the very best service that thorough ndvertisting can give. We are now ready to sign contracts with auv who wish to place their property in our hands. Office over Hank of Ilardinsburg. C. L, HEARD. Comment On Santa Claus. 1 J. Nineteen precincts in Breckenridiro county gave Beckham 858; g precincts-- Big Willson, 798; Johnson, 858; Bull, 822. The two will give the llepublisans 25 majority, HudsonvilleSpring and making tho Democratic majority in the county 25 to J55. mis-in- s -- .. ..i::,?!? .!.. m LARGE ORDER PLACED FOR TIES IN BRECKENRIDGE BY OHIO VALLEY I'aris Nov. I Paris papers comment In very touching terms upon the Mrs. Meadow Dead. anticipated voyage of the American Santa Claus to European ports on one Mrs. Malissa Meadow, died at of Uncle Sam's battleships to bring Christmas presents to children of so- the home of her husbaud, Mr. .las. rely tried European families. It will Meadow Saturdny morning very not be the soonest forgotten of the misuddenly. The funeral was held nor Incidents of the war. Monday morning and the burial look place in the Hawkins grave Eighty Eight Birthday. yard. Mrs. Meadow was married the third time and was the third lira-hea- r, liar-di- n Mrs. Emily .1. Grove Ind, celebrated her wife of Mr. Meadow. She. was about seventy two years old. Two eighty eight birthday Friday Oct She is hale and hearty, enjoys life and her friends. She had with her for dinner: Mr. and Mrs. J. U. litashear, Mrs. Milt Miller, Ilardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Anspaugh, Mrs. Sam Connor, anil Amos Hyde, Home. 30. TIE CO. J. C. W. BECKHAM RUNNING TO 30,000 Ties Bought Through W. N. Head J. M. Lively Revival Rhodes Will Furnish 12,000 Will Take Place In All Lines of Business. The Ohio Valley Tie Company has placed an order with V. N. Head, of this county, for ?0 000 tics; J. M. Khodes has contracted to furnMi Mr. Head 12,000; other smaller lots amounting to 6,000 will be bought 12.-00- WIRE FACTORIES survived, Layton Howard, of Kansas, and Jus. Chupin, of Mrs. Henry Pate Clovcrpoit. and daughter, Mrs. Wave KofT, of this place, attended the funeral. Mr. CAPACITY TO SUPPLY WAR Trent III. The. whole county will feel the Are stimulas of this big market in the tie business and will mean a lively revival In every lino of business. Thsse ties go to the Pennsylvania and Big Four Railroad. It will take From Tim No w York I'rcs 1,'Ucurs to transport them and means from different dealers. motorcycles front the Kvery available ton of barbed wire in 500 lively several thousand dollars In freight to This remarkable order means by Ileudee, makers of the Indian machine. purchased revival of the tie business and will the Henderson Houte and when the Ibis country has been for ship- Smith & Wesson are reported also shippass around $15,000 In our county. Henderson Koute prospers it brintrs agents of foreign Governments a lot of people In Hreck- - ment to Hurope for use by the armies in ping revo vcis in large quintitics abroad. This is good fortune for the tie men prosperity to making field defenses. There is no unA. S. Haight & Co in this city conand will aid the prosperity of every enridgo county. usual demand for plain wire, but the firmed a report that to their London repbarbed wire plants are being run to ca- resentative had been offered a contract Renewal From Mr. Pauley pacity. A representative of the Ameri- for wool underwear anil sweaters to the What Uobwhito Eats. Fifteen per cent of the food of the can Steel and Wire Company at Pitts- value of Jl.ooo.ooo. The Dunham HosiEnclosed find bobwhltu Is composed of Insects, In- burgh says that mo-- t of the barbed wire Dear Mr. Habbage: ery Company, the Lackawanna Mills and one dollar for which renew my .subscrip- cluding several of the most serious is being shipped through Canada, but the Superior Manufacturing Company old Hreckemiduu food large shipments evidently have been tion for the dear pests of agriculture. Unlf of Its have taken orders amounting to JSoo.ooo of made direct to France. There is so little Trust this will consists of weed seeds, News another year of wild Activity In Carpets reach you In time for this week's paper. grain uud about home demand for barbed wire that prices fruits. Taken in nil the bobwblte Is have not been advanced in domestic quoYours very truly, A large carpet firm reports buying very useful to the farmer, and while T. E. PAULEY, tations. 000,000 pounds of carpet wool to be used It may not be necessary to remove It 1021 Charleston Ave., almost exc.usively in filling orders from from the list of game birds every Exports from Xcw A'ork last week Mattoon, III. farmer should see that his own farm amounted to $21,4 10,346. This was an Europe. Is not depleted by sportsmen. Iuquiiies were made here recently for increase of J.3,655,3,2 over the values of Old Papers for Sale here of cotton khaki. exports for the week preceding. The 1,000,000 average daily export for six days last The British steamship, Rembrandt, week was jfe.SoS. reached Baltimore yesterday, where she will be loaded with horses for the armies Orders for Motors. of the allies. She will carry about oo Three large, concerns in Springfield, horses This will be the second shipMass., have booked important orders as ment of horses from that port, the Lana result of the war. The German Gov- castrian having sailed yesterday witli ernment has placed an order for motor more than 600 horses for the trucks with the Knox Motors Company. army More .than 800 horses and mules were The specifications call for cars to be used ou rough roads. The company declined shipped from New Orleans on Saturday o to make public the amount of the order. to France on the llritisli steamship Bolivian. The Canadian Government has ordered one. onc-fourt2- -, s Made Through Canada and Direct to Shipments France Germany Orders Automobile Trucks and Canada Motorcycles. .Ioe W. Trent, superintendent of Breckenridge county schools, confined to his home three Geo W. Gosnell, President of has been weeks buffering with his eyes. the Louisville Asphalt (Jo. was at I al! the schools so Irviugton Monday and placed a lis friends and dependent on his leadership, are largo order with the Webster his condition. Stone Co, for crushed rock. This distressed over linn has a contract with the city Happy Young Parents. of Louisville for over $100,000 Large Order For Crushed Rock. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gits May are congratSome Pumpkin. ulating them on their line little K. H. Turpln, of Tar Font, has a son, Owen Solbrig May, who arpumpkin that breaks all records. It morning. weighs ltVi pounds anil is as large as a rived yesterday barrel. worth of work. Week of Prayer. Baby Dies Monday. William Bernard Gregory, tho The Week of Prayer and Selfdeuial is being observed this week by the baby of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gremembers of the Woman's Missionary gory, died Monday and was buried Society and others of the different dein tho McGavock grave yard yespartments of the Methodist church. Deepest symK. H. l'lerce led Monday, Miss terday morning. Mrs. Prices on Flour, Meal and Feed the same as An-gel- The Breckenridge News at The Cash Mill. week's issue advertised in last PLANT A TREE FRIDAY of November 6th Arbor Day TREES Uy JOYCE KILMER T Jane Smith yesterday, this afternoon pathy was extended by their f rU ' Mrs Kingsbury gives her report from ends. the Distlict Conference at Livermore. Thursday Mrs. Cooper leads; Friday-MrDinner Party. Sippel conducts the regular monthly meeting: Saturday afternoon A dinner was given Monday the Junior Division meets. night on the Bohemia iu honor of the birthday of Amiel Pate. Tho Picture Show Notice. houso boat was decorated in AuOn account of ruise in expenses the tumn leaves and the tablo prettily p in.; picture shov opens sharply at appointed. The center pieco was closes atl):00 p. m. Two shows nightly. twenty Same nights. Peyton Scott, Manager. a cake on which woro white candles and ono red candle. Covers wero placed for tho following: Misses Claudia Pate, s Martha Beatrice McCrackon, Martha Willis, and Edison Millor, Gibson, Wilburn Chapin, Frank Moorman and Mr. Pate. Big Halloween Night. Halloween was generally celebrated Cloverport. Many people were oa In THINK that I shall never see A poem as love'.y as a tree. McQuady Milling Go. The Mill That Saves You Aloney A tree whose hungry mouth is pressed Against the earth's sweet flowing breast; tree that looks at Cod all day, And lifts her leafy arms to pray; A McQuady, Ky. A tree that may iu summer wear A nest of robins in her hair; U)ou whose bosom snow has lain; Who intimately lives with rain. l'oems are made by fools like me, Hut only Cod can make a tree. ,, From "Trees una Other Poems" (Dorun) 1 3fo the streets Saturday night in ghost robes and Halloween masks. J. C Nolte & Bro, had a large sale on Halloween favors and decorations as several social affairs were given. The bad boys were not mean in their Halloween pranks and no property was damaged. Au extra police force was on to assist marshall miliary Hardin. One woman on the East Side was scared almost frantically liy one of the ghosts and tobk her sometime to realize that the masked person was a real human being. ' The' children and. young people had a world of fun with Jack.o-Ianterand other HallowMR, us novelltlen. . 1 1 LITTLE CHANGE view of o, NOTED Both Sides Claim to Be Gaining. BATTLE LINES WEAKEN France. For flfty clays the Germans have struggled with ever Increasing energy to put In motion a new ntlvanco and aro actually In less favorable positions today than they were on Sept. 13. Tho alllei havo matched reinforcements with reinforcements maneuver with Raining maneuver, wlillo slowly strength In numbers nnd In conlldence. For seventeen days the Germans have rrght to profit by their occupation of nt7erp and Ostend, but nre" ns far, at i ,nt. from DunVlrk and Calais ns they vere tho day after they reached the 'Hglan coast. The Minion of tho mlltnry writers, therefore, li that the 'Iser has lost everv advaitire count--on from sndlpn nil that .nry day Is a Rain for tlir- - allies, even no.igh the battle Issue Is Indeclslvo as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell nml completely derange the wliolo system when entering It through tlio mucous surfaces. Hueh articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, ns tho ilnnmso tlicy will do Is ten fold to the Rood you rnn possibly derive from tliem. Hull's Cntnrrli Cure, manufactured by V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, nnd Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Cntnrrli Cure be sure you Ret the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Pold bv Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Beware of Ointments for SURVEY OF Catarrh tliat Contain Merciiry A GENERAL ENVER BEY BRIEF DESPATCHES Tho Germans aro building a new typo of large submarines which are to bo used for tho transportation of THE WAR Ottoman Minister of War Force Turkey to Action. SIR JOHN FISHER ROCKEFELLER Gigantic Armies Fight Each S'.sndard Oil King's Aid WILL HELP Now Is the First Sea Lord of the British Admiralty. Money Going to War Sufferers. New York special: The .Rockefeller to Exhaustion, Other foundation, through Its president, John !. Rockefeller. Jr., has mads known l.s determination to do everything In ON WAY Its power for the relief of REINFORCEMENTS In the European war. To this end ir Rockefeller says In n statement .sailed over his nn .ie that no exertion Struggle in France and Belgium will he spared and mil Ions of dollars, 't necessary, will be spent. in pursuance of the philanthropy, Becoming An Endurance Test. Itcrlln special: Our army In Belgl-urhas occupied Rnmscappollo, two miles cast of Nleuport, and our attacks on Ypres are progressing Further n nouth also we havo Rained ground to the cast of Soissons. The enemy has boon chased Iroui several stroncly for tilled positions to the north of Vallly. In the Argon no and to tho west of Ver dun, several French attacks were ro- pulFed with heavy losses to tho ciismy, !in foundation will srrd a commission to Kuropc In a few iU s to rc;.ort, first Hand, ns to how, when prt where aid At .";in be rendered nrist r vr lively. a cost of $L'75,00U it nlreadv has chartered a ship and loaded it with 1,000 tons of provisions for the relief of the starving Belgians. "This action Is taken," Mr. Rocke-fe..e- r says, "as a natiifl step In fulfilling tho chartered purposes of the 'f.'Undatlon, namely "to nromoto the well being of mankind throughout the world.' " -- will lie heled In Evansvllle Nov. 27 and 2S. Two women and one man were killed and another man was seriously injured as a result of a race between an auto and a train at Haverstraw, N J. Decreases In the revenues of nearly all of the lines of the Pennsylvania railroad are shown in the reports for nine months of this year. The total loss in revenue Is $2,200,921. Italy is said to bo allame with war fever, the people clamoring for Imme In the Argcpn: Forest. diate action to protect the nation's In At the ets. of th battle lin the terests in the crisis brought about by was l Th" Derma .r;ny Turkey's opening of hostilities. The llrltlsli light cruiser Hermes ;s li i!ie Argoimo for - ; et! vtl :o;n ii:-- n was sunk by a German submarine in to sr.rroacli the straits of Dover. The number of and w,ii ehetk't! in t! i Htuultanpo ily fie missing is estimated at forty. Her 'st of Or ill complement was l.'G officers and men. ' t' v In nch : r i .r I i'y an agreement with the American it in r. I r.ir It- M !'? rolling and Refining company the f " '! new; t'-'. 11110". .Government is to regain possession of to br i'; practically nil of :!,!! I acres of coal n.anj is tle.' r.'ii-i'-l d !lm vc u ut tho cast cf hur oTen uids In Colorado and to receive in s.; i in Kast Prussia and ile'Ia. and Is about Sioo.oiio payment for coal . u:;,'ii from thu land. by that comiianv. fciidiiii: army eor'is wt'itA'ard as TMs leport cause? lib possible. no apprehension here becail e comImpure blood runs you down makes plete confidence is toll In tlio ability . I' or of (iptieml .loffrtt to detect anil check you an easy victim for diea-i'overy new elfort aamst tho allies pure blood and sound digestion Bur- The confidence Js supported by a v deck Hlood Bitters. At all drug stores. Price tl (HI Paris special: Tho official reports by the French Rovurnmunt Indicate that In llelRlum Sunday the allies suc cessfully defended Rround won Satur day, while steadfastly holding posi tions north of the Aisne and making In the center and In the some pronri-seast. It would appear that the lighting was less violent In Flanders and In the north of France, probably becauso each side found it necessary to slacken effort. Allies and Germans have suffered terribly in these hard fought, prolonged and Indecisive struggles Each it Is assumed. Is bringing to fill ranks deplettip reitifoici-uiented by pxh'iosilon and lniurls Powerless to make progress In the extreme hoith. Hie fierinatH strengthen d their ittack Sunday near the hinge of iti old battle lino northeast tlio height.-- of of Snlss'iu and Vn-ithe Aisne They wete beaten bak. In the region northeast of llhelms, where the French have developed a powerful offensive, they continued to bcnJ back the fierniiiti line noith of Soualn. s When baby suffers with croup, apply and give Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at A little goes once. Safe for children, a long way. 2.1 and 50c. At all drug stores. TERSE TELEGRAMS German losses In killed and wounded In the fighting of the last two weeks In Dclgium aro estimated at 150,000 men. Tlio annual convention of the South- Following special: London the resignation of Prince Louis of Batten-beras first sea lord of the admiralty, Sir John Arbiithnot Fisher, admiral of the fleet, has been appointed to succeed him. The king has appointed Prince Iouls a member of the privy council. g INVASION Russia In No OF SILESIA western Indiana Teachers' association sii. Hurry to Begin Main Advance. Petrograd special: An ofllclal In the ministry of war explains Russia's present position in operations against Germany and Austria Tho Grand Duke Nicholas, having demanded a free hand in tli direction of the army, is unhara peied and has absolute control. The emperor and the ministry, recognlzlnp, the success of the grand duke In reorganizing the nrmy after ttij war, and enthusiastic over an almost unbroken series of victories Austria and Germany, are con l"iit to approve i.lie strategy of the 'omnia nder In chief The ofllclal Is quoted as saying that the grand duke's main purpose for the m sent is not i tumultuous advance nto Gorman territory but is to com plete thoroughly the straightening of Russia's battle 'Ine from the llaltic to the Carpathians. The hint is given (hat Russia will sacrifice speed to cer tainty, and that the world need not ex- poet Hus3la to fall Into a German trap by Invading Silesia before the north and 'south flanks are entirely safe guarded. It Is said that it will bo weeks before Russia can attempt an Invasion of Silesia When the move ment finally begins It will bo so strate gically bulwarked that failure scarcely Russo-Japanes- e g , . er-t'i- "iliwl 1 ''r p'-o- ; - - iu-r- ! a:-l- i' 1 rap-idl- can bo imagined. PINNED BENEATH AN AUTO Two Joy Riders Burned to Death Near Warsaw. Warsaw, Ind., special: Joy riding In a borrowed machine, Roy Hill, twenty- - three jears old, and Mrs. Howard Juskson, sixteen years old, both married, and tho latter tho mother of an eight- baby, were killed when they went Into a ditch four miles north of this city. Tlie machine caught fire Tho occupants. and was destroyed pinned underneath, were burned recognition Mrs. Jackson was caught squarely under tho heavy roadster. Her legs, 'in- arm and one hand wore burned ompletely off Her companion was brown clear of the machine, but his gs were pinned ihiiIt a fonder. She "as killed probably Instantly, but It U elleved he was forced to suffer tho orturo of slow death by hurnlni. Hill was well known throughout In diana, having appealed In a spectacu-c- r motorcycle act In motordromes at ounty fairs. mouths-old - Pleasure and Protection "One of the best reasons why I would not be without telephone service," writes a Georgia farmer, "is the pleasure it gives my wife and the knowledge that while I am away, she has the protection that the telephone gives." On the farm the telephone dispels loneliness and is the means of bringing help in any emergency that may arise. If you haven't a telephone on your farm see the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or write for our free booklet and learn how little this service costs. FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Interceptsd i a Vlrelesa. Dunkirk special: It Is reported bore V.t one of the allies' posts Intercepted personal wireless from tho kaiser to one of his general telling him It was ii'solutely necessary that Ypres be 'krn by IJpv. 1. cr ithurwlstt "we slm'l have to withdraw behind the ' blue" Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. OWENSBORO, KY. General Adna R, Chance Dead. Los Angeles special: General Adna II, Chnffee, former c!i!of of sta!T, U. S, A., nnd among these most liistrunicn-h- i In having adequate fortifications lonstructed In United States Jn.tular (ostcsslons In the Pacific, died Sunday ' It his home here. The Ottoman empire, casting her lot troops. with Germany wont to war without "An unidentified man was killed by warning, scorning the usual prelimintho householder whllo attempting to ary notice of hostilities. Tho bomburglarize the home of William Lass-bobardment of Theooosla and the threat at Indianapolis. at Novorosslsk was quickly followed Tho British government Is to pay by a raid Into the harbor of Odessa the Wright company $375,000 or the and the attacks by the German cruls-tiso of tho Wright aeroplane patents upon Russian era Gocben and llreslau for military purposes. chipping In tho Ulack sea. There aro President Wilson told callers that credible roporta that the Turkish wartho withdrawals of federal troops from s, ships are commnnded by Gorman the Colorado strike district la not connnd that navy and army are In templated "at present." full control of the German governnegro, said to An clshteen-year-olment. havo confessed an attempt to assault government at once proTho czar's a young white woman, was hanged by claimed a state of war against Turkey a mob at Aberdeen, Miss, and the Russian ambassador and suite Tho Vorwaerts, the Socialist paper left Constantinople aftor tho protecin Berlin, has published reports that tion of Russian citizens and Interests Borlous riots havo occurred In Brunslit Turkey had been placed In the wick becauso of tho shortage of food. hands of the Italian ambassador. The An Italian naval expedition has ocminister of marine at Petrograd Bent cupied Avlona, the second chief city In Instructions to tho commandor of tho Albania. Black sea fleet to search out and enCaptain John J. Astor, First life gage the TurkUh fleet. Russian cong:ards, son of William Waldorf Assuls In Turkey havo been withdrawn. tor, was wounded In battle In France. War Against France and England. Fivo indictments have been returned against Louisville druggists following The shelling of a French liner at a crusade to break up cocaine selling. Odessa and the reported advance of troops toward Kgypt can mean nothPresident Wilson has let It ho known ing, else except war by Turkey against that he has no Intention of calling a Franco and Kugland. It Is reported special session of congress after elec that tho embassies of France and Eng- AWAIT ORDERS TO FIRE tion. land aro preparing to leave ConstanUnder arrangements between Gertinople. Knglnnd has warned Turkoy many and Austria, Emperor William not vO menace Egypt. Tho British amundertakes the leadership ot the unitbassador to Turkey notified tho grana British and French Fleets Men ed armies. vizier that the power of the ttlple enThe Japanese In an attack on Tslng-ta- o tente would be directed against Turacing Turkey. encountered mines which had been key If Turks crossed the frontier ot laid by the Germans and lost 600 Egypt. killed and wounded. There Is unofllclal news of a rush oi Rome special: Turkey Is bent on A tunnel through the Jura preparation by the Germans In war, hut Intends to force a declaration mountains from Mputlers, France, to There are reports that they are speeding reserves from overy availa- from the triple entente powers. This Grenchen, Switzerland, has been ble quarter for a new assault on the is the summary of the present situa pierced after three years of uninterallied line from Nleuport to LaBassee; tion gathered by correspondents ot rupted work. Insurance companies estimate the that they are bringing southward many Roman newspaper In Sofia, Buchar damage to Rhelms by the German siege mortars and fle'd guns, and that est, Constantinople and Petrograd. $200,000,000. their new effort will be more violent Coached by Berlin, the porte Is ob- bombardment at than preceding attacks. It Is gathered viously Intent on assuming the atti The annual state convention of the h by correspondents that tlio Toung Men's Christian association of of the threatened, mistreated nafleet holding tho Belgian coast tude Indiana will be held at Lafayette Nov. tion and desires, apparently, to avoid has been strengthened by battleships carrying very long range guns nnd that diplomatic blunders similar to those tvn DaI. flu rrnl'n ti n r nannrnl tho ships have so far been undamaged which placed Germany In the light of glan Congo announces that Belgian by the bombardment or by subma- an aggressor. troops have completely defeated the With every opportunity to disavow Germans at Klsselno on the Tangau rines. In the Black sea ylka. the acts of her fleet. Aeroplanes Dropping Bombs. and to reassure Great Britain as to the Ambassador Gerard has cabled the German aeroplanes dropped two Suez canal and Egypt, tho Turkish bombs in Dunkirk, killing a woman government remains silent whllo her state department from Berlin that Two bombs were also squadrons nnd armies are hastening to Germany and Austria are prepared to and child. dropped at Bethune. Tho first failed take positions for attack. The sit- take 75,000 bales of American cotton to explode, the second fell In a croup uation Is utterly Impossible and can- per month. of women In the market place, killing not endure another twenty-fou- r Tho 107th annual communication of hours nineteen and wounding forty others. without a complete backdown by the the supreme council of the Ancient Reports from Petrograd aro to tho porte. Accepted Scottish Rlto of Free Masoneffect that the Russians are advancinn There would bo no surprise here It ry for the United States Is In progress all along the Hue from the Baltic to the forts of the Dardanelles were fired at Now York. the Carpathians, nnd that the Germans on today by the British and French Dohrman J. Sinclair, a Steubcnville are in retrent before them. The re fleets, which are reported to be waiting (O.) millionaire banker, was shot and ports Indicate that the heaviest fight merelv for orders from their foroicn killed by Charles Gllmore, a lawyej-- , ing is now about twenty mllei cast of, 0mces to enforce satisfaction for the supposed to have suddenly become deLodz mo niissiuiis. nuer iirivinB mo, destruct on of Russ an nronertv n the mented, who then killed himself. entire German center and right back Black sea. Tho allies are in no mood A squadron of British torpedo boat from Warsaw, havo now sent fresii to temporize, as Is clearly Indicated by troops against the left wing between ofllclal statements In London and destroyers has sunk In the Adriatic a converted cruiser. tho Pilitza and Bsoura rivers. The Petrograd. Prisoners from the Indiana state decisive blows against tho center of Russian newspapers assert, accordtho lino wero struck on Tuesday, anir ing to a correspondent In Petrograd, prison will be received at the state penight tho Germans retreated past that Russia has Informed Turkey that nal farm at Putnamvillo in about ten that Itadom and Itscha. In Gallcla the Rus- siio must decide Immediately whether days. Germany appears to havo exhausted sians are advancing along tho San she wants war or peace. If the latter, river because they have been able to she must Immediately disarm the Goe-be- her rc3ervos, as indicated by the haltsend forces to this part of their line, and tho Hreslau and repatriato ing of the kaiser's attempted raid on which had been engaged along the Vis- their German officers and seamen, Calais. In East making also reasonable amends for tula and around Warsaw. Coast guards at Malines Head on Prussia tho Russians report that tho the nets of her fleet in the Black bua. tho north coast of Ireland saw an Germans In their retreat lert largo vessel sunk by a supposed Preparations For War, amounts of ammunition and supplies mine. Apparently Turkey has treated tho ns well as artillery which had to be The rebellion in South Africa ha3 If so a ultimatum with contempt. abandoned declaration of war by Russia, Great caused all the leading gold and diaBelgians Near Starvation. Britain and Franco may havo been mond shares to decline on the London According to reports of Captain transmitted already to Constantinople. market. Lucy, American commIs:!oner for re- Certain preparations by this country The report that Greoco has taken lief in Belgium, there are 3,000,000 Bel- of which It is Impossible to speak bear possession of the southern part of Algians nenr starvation. Many refugees out this conjecture. bania Is causing a profound impresare returning to Belgium, and Cardinal It Is said that the British, French sion in Rome. Jlercier ha3 had a conference with and Russian ambassadors havo deThe Carnegie hero fund commission General Von Der Goltz regarding tho manded nnd received tliolr passports at Its annual meeting recognized sixty-nlnBelgians returning tn ami that tho British and Russian em treatment of acts of heroism. their native land. One of the stipula- bassies- havo left Constantinople. The Expulsion from Europe Is the pen tions is that In case the German oc- French ambassador oxpects to depart alty that will likely be Imposed upon cupying force is fired upon only tho today. These reports come from Con- Turkey for persons actually firing shall be pun- stantinople, with which telegraphic the allies. her entry Into war against ished. communication was resumed Sunday Information from Washington Is to The forthcoming papal encyclical on after having been uninterrupted for the effect that considerable anxiety Is trans-latepeace Is now ready, having been fourteen hour3. felt for Americans and American Infrom tho Latin, but it will not be The attltudo of the porto is revealed issued until a decisive battle has been In a dispatcli received from Sofia. Thin terests In Turkey. Great manifestations In favor of a fought, tno pope realizing that It Is asserts that tho premier of Bulgaria useless to appeal for peace while the Inquired of tho porto if the action of war against Christians, especially the efficiency of the belligerents Is undi- the Turkish fleet In tho Black sea sig- English, are reported to have taken minished. nified opening of hostilities. The place in Damascus. The campaign of the Germans to porte replied that Turkey did not conItaly, Greece, Roumanla and Bulgaproceed along the seacoast to Dunkirk sider that hostilities had been begun. ria aro expected to enter tho war at has been definitely abandoned owing A correspondent In Bnchnro3t says It once as a result of the opening ot hosto the reinforcements sent to the Brit- is denied at tho Russian legation there tilities by the Turks. ish fleet.. that Odessa was bombarded. Tho OtWinter has made Its presence felt The kaiser Is expected to attempt an toman embassy here takes the posi- all along the battle line. In the Vosges tho south toward Bou- tion that Turkey does not consider a heavy Bnow has fallen, stopping the advance from logne, noW that his campaign to break herself at war with England, France German operations there. through western Belgium to Calais and Or Riisjla, but will defend herself if German losses In killed woundDunkirk has failed. attacked. Tho statement Is made nt ed In the fighting of the lastand weeks two The Lack of Definite Intelligence tho embassy that Turkey will not de- In llelglum nre estimated nt 150,000 From the Front Is Taken as an clare war bocauso she desires nolther m 'ii. Indication That the Allied Forces In to provoke nor to make war. Tho annual convention of tho SouthFrance and Belgium Are Doing All At the Italian foreign office It is That Is at Present Expected of that Turkey has Issued a formal western Indiana Teachers' association Them. declaration of war. Tho government will ho heled In Evansvllle Nov. 27 if Italy concedes that the situation l( nnd 28. Two women and one man wero killed ilarmlng, but states that It Is not yet, The Russian Advance. and another man was seriously Injurod Petrograd special: An ofllclal state- desperate. u icsiui ui a race netween an uuu ment by the general staff Indicates ad a train at Haverstraw, N. J. Operations Rendered Difficut. that tho Ritssluns pursuing tlio GerBerlin special: The operations It Decreases In the revenues of nearly mans In central Poland have advanced miles of llelglum havo been rendered difficult nil of the linen of tho Pennsylvania westward to within Blxty-Ilvrllroad aro shown In tho reports for tho Slleslau frontier. In southern Po- 3 wins to Inundations of the Yser an land a Russian force has driven the the Ypres cnnals by the destruction ot nine months of this year. Tho total Austrlans down the left bank of the the sluices at Nleuport. Our troopB loss In revenue Is J2.209.92 4, Vistula until within a short distance ot have advanced on, Ypres. At least Italy Is said to be aflame with war the Gallclan frontier. In EaBt Prussia 300 prisoners were captured, hIso so:nr fever, the people clamoring for Imrae-f'htJrngoons. In the east the battle A Kusalanjirpiy hasadvanced after reaction to protect the nation's Inpulsing German attacks and Inflicting against the Russians still Is terests In the crisis brought about by vory heavy losses. Turkey's opening of hostilities. 1 om-ccrd flve-mll- e Bel-gluAnglo-Britis20-2o d e o rt WOMAN SUFFRAGE 46TH ANNUAL MEETING OF NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. ORGANIZED IN 43 'STATES Parts of United Nashville, Tenn., and 11 Members on In States Will Many Prominent Women Leaders Will Be All Be In November 10 From Attendance. Suffragists from nil parts of the Uni will arrive In Nashville, Tennessee, on November 10 and 11, for the Forty-sixtAnnual Convention ol tho National American Woman Suffrage Association, anil tho delegates will represent over sixty branches o( tho association " '.'ill havo been or Eanlzed In fortj i!. ee states. There will bo women proinlne.it socially, In tho professions nnd in a.l kinds of reform work. Some of the delegates will como from equal suffrage states, and they will teli tho result of votes for women from personal experience. Among them will be Jane Addams, of toil States h President of vlllr! Mrs. Croilrr-Krencthe Tennessee Htirfrnge AMorlnllon. nnd Mrs. Oullford Dudley, rrnldrnl of the will Sutfraite Knhllle convention,Awoclntlon, will maK Itr. Hhmv the the nmiunl nddrcK on that evening, nnl tho convention will crielirnte the Novcm-lie- r 3il victories for women sulTrnfre 1'rlday, November 13, Voter' Kvemng will - be lielil uniler thi auspices of the MenI.mgue (or Woman SufTuiKc, Wiln of New iiirK, Mr. .Inines L.eut prenliIlnR. At lliu evening tmotlnK on tfntutilny there will lie a OlcciiMlon of with Jim State nml .Vutloiml Carrie Chapman Catt, ot New Yoi k MlM Alice Stone Ulackwell, of llonton, editor of th Wom.in'd Juurnnl; Mrs. of ChlcnRu, anil Mrs. Olcnna Hmlth Timlin, of Washington, mining the speakers. .Miss Zona Dale will mid a new Friendship Village story, with a sutTiaKu moral. On Sunday afternoon there will lie a mass meeting, at which the siieukirs will Iloslka Mrs. ho Miss Jane Addums, Schwlmmer. of tlmlaiiest; .Mrs. Uaymon.l lliilihlns, Chicago, anil Mrs. Ur In of llrecKlnrldge. Mrs. Schwlmmer Is Stc ret try or tho International Woman Alliance, anil Is a most active winker for the cause In Hungary. She Is now making n speaking tour In Ohio, where her ardlentu lire most enthusiastic over Mrs. Ituynnnil hei eloquence anil wit. Itouluns Is well known as the I'risldcnt it Woiuan'n Trade t'nlon of the Nation LciiKUe, and Mrs. Ilrecklnrldge. of course, needs no Introduction to southern audiences. of the NaSunday evening the otlli-ertional Association will ghe a reception to delegates anil friends. On .Monday eve nlng the great new moving plctuie play, "Your Olrl and Mine," will W presented This play comes out mul' i the Joint auspices of Mrs. Medlll .Mr. William N. Scllg. who. and helng one of the largest pioi'ui In the tiioiintt plciure winlil. Is said to In n convinced sulfiagl-- t as well. Mrs M Cormlck and Mr Si He have llnanced the uf whlcli will S" production, ilie wet-coSot-finiMt''--i-mlc-- CURIOUS DEATH CEREMONY. 3a I S g Powder Buying I Baking J When is tin S a li:.!.lui? junidcr a B Uakhi 0 Tor Uiis Hull House, who Is now an Illinois voter; Mrs. Mary C. C. Bradford, Superintendent of Public Instruction of Colorado; Miss Helen Eaker, of Kansas; Mrs. Prances Munds, of Arizona, and Mrs. Catherine Waugh McCullough, of Chicago, as a lawyer and justice of the peace. The most Interesting women voters, because they will be brand new ones, will como from welt-know- n J states to be states South where suffrage amendments are voted on November 3d. These are Montana, Nevad.i, North and Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Ohio. Miss Anne Martin, President of I makes it do- m liglitfully appetizing g" nml wliulcsomo. Hcmcmbcr Calumet is ituxlcrato ill price, highest in qunlity. Ask your (rnx'cr for m Calumet. Don't take n E f n u il en y B etliniulumt; puffs- Q lijditup l-1 lliiti.ial.is"tlie b. Iter." 1 It loavi'tis Hie Q It Has Been Observed For Centuries In Austria's Royal Family. A stmuge burial cereinony has obtained aiming the llupsburg'S the oldest of the royal families of Kurope, for several hundred years, Whenever tho emperor dies hi hotly Is carried by tho nearest wny from the Imperial palace to the monastery of the Capuchin monks on the outskirts of Vienna. Only a few olllelaU form the Inconspicuous escort. Arriving ut the door of the crypt of the inon.istery. which U found locked, the master of ceremonies knocks upon It with his gold stalT and demands admittance. "Who Is there'" comes the voice of a monk from the bolted door. "ills royal majesty the emperor of Austria, king of Hungary, duke of Styrla." reciting the long list of tltler. borne by the (lend monarch. "We know no such man." curtly replies tho voice within. Again the master of eoronumlos knocks and demands admission; again the voice of the guardian monk demands, "Who Is therei" Again the master of ceremonies recites tho list of honors nnd titles borne by the dead inatv-a- ud again the voice from within replies, "We know no such man." A third time the master of cenv monies knocks, and a third time the monk within asks, "Who Is there V" "Our brother. Joseph Hapsburg" (or whatever was the simple name of tho dead king). At this humble confession of the equality of the dead man with nil human llcsh the bolts lly back swiftly. "Kilter, brother!" cries the monk, standing welcoming In the doorway, and the body is taken within. Later the body Is returned to the palace nnd a funeral witli all the pomp of royalty Is conducted from the princely mansion. Hut this first strange ceremony Is never omitted. Washington Star. WE INVITE YOU tocalI and inspect our, Vault and safety Deposit Boxes, also our methods of protecting you agamst any unauthoi ized person obtaining entrance to them. I'ire is started hviifintesini:il causes, and it may break out in otTr home and you may suffer a loss which no aimninVof in surance can replace. BliTTliR SAFE THAN SORRY. FIRST STATIi BANK, Irviiigtoii, Ky. 1 C. PAYNE, Cashier iiuujiPMmuiaK anwani i luminal J. Vic l.-H- LOUISVILLE, a Hotel KY. Opposite Union Station Bath $1.50 European Solicits p:itroii!i;ti of (' .irt I'msitioss Men ami Shtijijiors the Nevada Equal Franchise Association, writes that she can not miss the National Convention, but, on tho other hand, how can she leavo Nevada until all tho returns are In, nnd It usually takns a week to know results there. ' Mirj Jpne AddaT3, First Vice Pr.-c-i dent National American Woman Sj.. frage Association. to tile National Suffrage Association T. priticlpnl roles are taken by M'is Ohve W) mllnim. M Kathnine K.u li il. lead lug lady In 'Joseph- ami ills Sydney liooin, oi ine leiiow in n company, m phew of ICdwin liooth, m.' Dr. Anna How aid Shaw. Nashville Is s.ilil to he so enthusia-- t over entertaining the convention that u (ii'io'fd will giuiigc the lim- sessions. Nashville worncti to a paiade. also nn are biiihecuc at Aiuliew .lackson s nhl home. "The Ileiniltage," called the Mount of the South. There will, of Vernon course, be many Informal dinners ami luncheons dm Ins; the convention, and an afternoon tea at one of the heautlful country clubs. On one evening the in charge of tha press ti.s-i-uthe country will dine und plans for the coming year. Anot-.evening, the professional women at t.i t at dinner. The pi convention will fesilonal woman's dinner arranged by D; ltaiisom, of Huston, duilrm Kllza Tayloi last viar's Washington convention, was a ureat success, tlie guests Including man) ministers., doctois and of the best-know- n lawyers in the United States. special events Hut it is nota so much the Interesting ronventliin ...i,i,.i, miiiif nt it Is the general comradeship and inter .,...... .1.1 ".Hollo change OI 11' all narti of the country engaged inninth kinds nail The women of the of wink the main especially Interested wet arc Southern women whoInare giving brilliant energies so thlr time unit Among these fully to are: women VirginiaMrs. I.lla Mead Valentine, Itlcli-inoii- d. President of the Virginia Kipa1. SuiTrace Association; Miss Kllen Olas-cow. Itlchmond: Miss Mary Johnston Warm Springs. Virginia; Mrs. Ivute Wal- j i ! Dr. Anna Howard Shew, President Na tional American Woman Suffrage Association. Other delegates, who are Ieaillug their state campaigns this year, will bo Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, of Ohio; Mrs. Draper Smith, of Nebraska; Miss Jean-nottItankln, of Montana; Mrs. Clara L. Darrow, ot North Dakota; Mrs. Walter McNab Miller, ot Missouri, and Mrs. John Pyle, of South Dakota. e Of course. Ur. Anna Howa d Shaw, President of the National Suffrage Association, who Is the orator of the Cause wise and universally loved because of her great enthusiasm, her sympathy and her there, and tense of humor, will he 1'iesldent of Mrs. the Carrie Chapman Catt. Suffrage Alliance, International Woman nnd also Chub man of the Kinpliu State Campaign Committee, whom every proves the greatest statesman of the suffrage movement, for Hhe Is eloquent and at the same time Just, logical and The call tor the convention says: "Our tnsk will he to formulate Judgment on thoc great Issues of the day which nearly concern women: to choose leaders who, to guide during the coining year who are finally, to the fortunes of our eatifee; and. how the whole National body deliberate may on the one hand, best give nld anil own succor to the states working for their press enfnnchlsemnt, nnd. on the other, in behalf of the women federal nctlonlarge." for The call Is signof the nation at Dr. Anna ed by the National olllceis: Moylan. I'.i.: Miss Jane Ilowurd Shaw, AiMnms. Chicago; Mrs. Desha llreckln-rldffLexington. Ky.; Miss Caroline (lieenwlch. Conn.; .Mrs. Ituuti-lleeW KltiOerald. Jamaica I'l.ilns.Mass.; McCormlck, lloston; Ilrs StanleyUildlaw, New York, and Mrs, .Mrs. James s Joep'h Tllton llowen. Chicago. daytime besslons of the convention The will he devoted to business and the to nubile meetings. The National otllcers havo urged all the members of Nashthe I'ecutlve Council io meet In 11 and ville on the morning oftoNovember a conference on devote the entire day the problems of tho National Association, in Hint constructive plans can be to the convention, and no time will The Ce spent In futile discussion. bo of rceulnr Hess on 12th. theItconvention willthat Is expected November Interesting the mostreport of Mrs dlscusMlon will to. Medlll McCormlck, low the of Chicago. Chairman of the Congresof the National sional Committee as delegutes from all Association, over the country will express their views on the relation between State and work nnd on the campaigns for the Hi If tow and Shafroth amendments to the Constitution of the United aStates. One ' lively setslon will he devoted toorganizing and on methods for ciuniii'gnlng. In which it Is expected that nit dMc gates will take part. The National Treasurer, Mrs. Stanley McCormlck. will present the budget for the coming year. Mrs. Cyrus Field, of New Aork, will report on the National Suffrage Publishing Co., a business corporation formed to supply suffrage literature throughout the United States, and officers for the National Association will be elected. On Thursday, November II. It Js peeled that Oov. W. B. Hooper, of Mayori Illllsry Howie, of Nash- m e. s. Su-fcsug-el-slt Suf-frniat Ten-mu- ler Barrett. Alexandria, Virginia, .'oith Carolina Mrs. A. Henderson. Chapel Hill, President of the initial Franchise League. nna Forbes l.lddell, Chailiitte; .Miss Miss Charlotte Suwnne nyniim, T. Coleman,South Caro-Un- a Abbeville, Mrs. M i..!.i.,ni nt the Kniial Suffrage l.eacue. jits'. Henry Martin. Columbia; Miss Su .tu. san I'rost, i ii.iriesiou. Atlanta, President of Mnry Mcl.emlon, OeorKla Woman's Suffrage Association Presi-deMrs Kmllv McDougald. Atlanta, Huual SulTrage Party; Mis. Frances Hoi Ida Mr Whiteside. Atlanta. S lt'nelle C, Cooley. .laeksonvllle. President of Hiiual Franchise Association. Itev Marv Safford. Otlnniln. President Florida Woman Sulfrage Association; Miss Fran-cAnderson. Jacksonville. Alabama Pattle Jacobs, lllrmlngham. PresiMn Mrx dent of Kniml FufTrago Association; S. It. Oscar Hundley. Hlrmlnghnm; Mrs. Mrs Mississippi Stern, Montgomery nnle K. pent, Yazoo City. President of Woman SulTrngo Association; Mrs. Nellie Nugent Somervllle, flreenvllle; Miss PauMiss line Orr. Jacksonville. Tennessee .Miss Nashville; Maria Thompson Daviess, Sewanee; Klllott. Ms. Sarah Itarnwell Knoxville. Crozler French.HrccMnrldge, Kentucky -Lexington, Desha Mrs. Piesldent of the Kentucky Riiunl Itlghta Association: Miss Laura Clay, lilchntoml' Louisiana Mrs James I.eeeh, Louisville. Miss Knte Cordon, New Orleans, PresiWoman dent of the Southern Stntea Coiilon New Conference: Miss Jean OrlcAns. Preildent of the Luulslnna Woman Suffrage Association: Mrs. Fdgar M Calm, New Orleans. Miss Annette Houston, President of Texas Woni. in Suffrage Association: Miss Klennor U llriickenrliliie, Sim Aiitonlu; Mrs Ward. Dallas; Mrs. Guilford Dud- ley, Nashville, The rapid growtli of tho Southern orI ganizations both In members and enthuto siasm Is alone sulilclent to contradict the b fienuentlv which used I prediction, I made, tlie South would never that votes f r women. In fnct, It was Kenernlly said at Washington last yeni-that the presence of so many churiii'iiR. tnlcrt Southern women was the most Inspiring thing about the Convention NnMivtlle Itself, as well as the organized surfrunlats of Tennessee, Is prepared to give a warm welcome to the women who arc leaving their homes jind their Impor iukc rounsei tant woik in oruer myear. Tho city together for the coming tho Chumber of Coinmerre, the Business Men's Association, and the to h newspapers are nil a wnrm wflcome to the Convention. program for the Convention is In The Dr. chirge of the following Committee:clmlr-miAnna Howard Shaw, Moylan. IM.. Mrs. Mary Wure Dennett. M)5 Fifth avenue. New York, Secretary; Mrs. StanHoston: Mis. Ida Clyde ley McCormlck, Clarke. Nashville! Miss Jean Cordon, New Orleans: Miss Kllnor llyrns. New York, of ConMrs. Krnest Thompson-Seton- . necticut, Is the National chalrmun or local arrangements, and Mrs. John N. Kenny, of Nashville, Is Tennessee's chairman Convention of local arrangements. will b at the Htrmltac HottC Suf-frnn. Hor-tens- n fur-nlshead-quarte- rs Used Are Theso Despised V WeriJ'l Pyrt Food Eiposilioi. Friends of the Natives. Illiaoil. Pris Eipoaitioa, ICbicafo. Mirrh. 1912. In Kgypt the donkey Is the chief beast Hvory farmer has at least of burden. two or three of them, and when he goes to his lields ho rides with his friends on donkeys. lie does not uso u proper saddle, but lias a couple of sacks strapped over tho animal's back. OTMADEBYTHETBL No reins are used, and stirrups uro never thought of. The donkeys tire sometimes used In a most brutal fashion, for their riders guide them with a stick, hitting them on the left side of the head when they want them to go to the light, and vice versa. If thu donkey's are not going fast enough some riders ruli the rough cud of a stick along the sptuo or prick them behind the neck with a needle llxed Into (he stick they use lor guiding. When l.uypthtu women tide the turnkey they sit astride, und the young V " Nil,' fellahah. or farmer's daughter, can go ViSiiiJUrrs ut it great speed. .Mint of the older women, however, are either too poor to ariiiril one or too stout to balance on one CHICAGO It Is common sight to see a man lid lug on a donkey ami his wife (totting behind. Iiatefnoled mid carrying an a Too Jon't care nn7 ln ou buy clrtp or Infant in her arms and a large basket La!tb; pevter. Don't be nul;J. Eor Calomel. It's gne best rcsuu. mort eC303ctcl fliort wnowwiue on her head. The I'gyptlan farmer has Cuact is fir inferior 19 ocr mtik and soda. no Idea of women's rigb's I'esldes the farmer to i.nd Ir m his labor, the donkey has to ca ry bundles ef blrseem or clover from the Ileitis to RADIUM AND LIGHTNING. the horses and hutTalncs In the villages Protection of Horses and (owns, fur grass mul hay are alAnd the Better most uiikuow u In Kg." pt During Thunderstorms. N nut workliaillum lists been discovered vastly edWhen the don';e,v peg in tie'ng ground It Is roped to a tlie to iniprovo li.uhtnliiK rods in thidr proand Its two front feet are tied totection of buildings during tliumler-BtoriuIt cannot move more Or course the enormous cost gether, so that prevent any practical use than two yards It Is the natives' deof nullum spised friend. cC tho fact as yet. Hut there Is u very fair possibility that the information A Joke of Mcrk Twain'e. .Mined In this way will lead to u uew The theatrical galtaiber or William form of lightning rod which will lie (illlette was .Marl; Twain, who was a more cllicicnt or that further experia tiny quantity fellow towtiMi.nii and a I'liend or his ments will show that In relerriug to father. .Mail; of radium at a rcasonablo cost will Im- the matter said Twainwhen U his that prove tho protection. to get young (il lette nn the Tho purpose of llhttilui; rods, of illlluciit'o stage he ((nuiglit be was pb.ylug a course. Is to catch the electrical curgleat Joke on the m:.ii:igeuieul. for he lit the alf during a storm and rents did not thin:; Cllh ite bad the siUhtesi lead them safely Into tho ground or allowing tho lightning to pick aptitude rur nctlng Hut It turned out no Joke after all. "I don't know," Its own course down through n house to be Twain, "which I or church steeple, and their uso Is said Mark (illlette make a like better having tremendous based on the principle that a metal rod seeing one of toy Jokes go glvo tho electricity u suiouthcr success or will wrong." path of less resistance than ordinary OB substitute. 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',l'or jears my digestion was so poot that I could only cut thu lightest fooiW I tried everything that I hentd of to get relict! but not until about ti )eui ago when 1 saw- - Chamberlain's Tableu advertised und got a bottle of them, 1 soon did 1 hud the right treatment. besan to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion Is fine," For sale by all dealers. Subscribe rijrht Now Famous Silverware Cate thouU! be exercised wken telect iti2(orii.snoons) snd fsncv iminc nieces to ice that lliev Gasoline Engine hear tlie fsoioui ttade maik ROGERS BROS. which itatitpi llictn the cenuine Rosen silver- plated waie. For over 65 year. 1817 ROGERS BIOS.! silver ta Bargain haibeenniit iatlie heart oi the housekeeper because ot Us wearing quality, workmanship and design. Sold by ttitliaf dntoi evaywlr. 'CL. Scad for calalssu shewios all patttas. IN1UNATIONAL ULVU CO. SoeCMor to IterkUn Britannia Co, MHUMN. CONN. at the NEWS OFFICE 's THE BRECKENK1DGE Issued Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. BAUBAGL-- , Editor and Publisher NOVEMBER 4, 1914 EIGHT PAGES. HUSIXK3S LOCALS lOe per line, and 5c for each ndditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged fornt the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. A. T. Beard, the sheriff of Brcckcnridgc county, nnd tho young est sheriff in the State, is giving every man, woman nnd child n chance to pav their taxes before the penality goes on. Mr. Beard and, his deputies are going from place to place and advertising the and dates. Every tax payer should meet them more than save them as much inconvenience as possible. If men and women pay their taxes, pleasantly as well as honestly, wo will continue to keep he "Notice to Tax Payers" will the best men in the county offices. when to expect the sheriff and the men who are ho abby as tell you sisting him. half-wa- y 1 HS HOME WTH A BANK v V THE "PRUDE NT MANnPROTECTS ACCOUNT PEOPLE LIKE TO KNOW. At the council moetinir on Mondav evening it was brought out that patronage for the light plant was never solicited; that business was accepted just as it came, hu nobody ever endeavored to induce the citizen-- to become patron- - of the plant. This is a proposition the If people knew how Enquirer has contended about befoie toda-- . reasonably their homes could be connected with thu set vice for light and other commodities electricity in the home afford, they would become patrons of the plant. The average cost of one light in a home is about 30c per month or used to be and scarcely a family in would be without one or more lights "if they knew tomcthing about the cost." Ccnsidcrablo revenue could be added monthly by the light plant to its present earnings it people were made acquainteo with the rates and advantage of the service. In most cities the size of Cannelton the benefits and conveniences of elect riety arc ndvertispd the newspapers just the ?amc as uny other business. Cannelton Enquirer. It would not only increase the advertiser's business, but it would make people think. When a person begins thinking about wrat he heeds and wants, he will find a way to get it. Cloverport is like Cannelton, the people want to know the cost of everything and the newspaper is the greatest medium through which any business can reach them. " Can-nelto- The Democratic Special came thiough Cloverport last Thursday morning. While then! was not such a big crowd to meet tho train, Lieutenant everybod' was interested in seeing the politicians. Governor E. J. McDcrmott spoke here. The crowd got a cood look nt Gov. McCreary, Senator Johnson Camden and was disappointed J. W. Newman nnd Dr. Milton not to hear Ollic James spoilt. Board got off the train and spoke to many friendrf here, who were clad to see them, Tho State tour was fine for tho people, who had never .cen the;C Democratic lenders. They should go into the rural The officers would be benefited, because it is a districts oftener. great thing for a man to mix with the people and live up to tho people's ideals. We country peoplo am expecting much trom Mr. Beckham, Mr. Camden, Mr. Newman and other men, who are serv ing the public. Grccnwcll & Wcthingtou have put down a concrete pavement in front of The Breckenridire News office. Tho citv continued it across the alley, joining tho Methodist church pavement, which makes the walk line. The citv of Cloverport has improved its streets a rrcat deal this fall and kept them cleaned nil over town. Mayor llamman and the council have manifested much intetcstnnd pride in civic bet terment for Cloverport. Greenville had a school fair last rMduy, which was a great cele bration for all in educational work in Muhlenberg county, live thousand people attended and a splendid parade was given by tho children from the different schools. Recently Meado county had a great school day. Breckenridgo county shall soon have to follow uit. The schools are welcome to Cloverport. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts one day last week. Remus Basham was at Irvington last Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Davis and Mr. Charlie Payne wa3 in Louisville last John Weatherford went to Louisville week, laying in a winter stock of goods. , last week to see Mr. Noah Weather-fordJas. Watllngton was the guest of who continues ill at the Jewish Roland Watlington, of Union Star, last n Money PILED UP in the bank is the one sure protection against the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should endanger the security of his home or the comfort of his family should he be taken away from them. MONEY IN THE BANK will best insure the comfort of a man's wife and children. As you earn money bank it regularly and make your family independent. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Friday. News Want Ads. are Little Winners COUNTRY PLACES IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY. From time to time The Brcckenridge News has given short sketches of twenty-twcountry places in the county. If thcic is one that has been The name of your counplease write us. e with in different note and try home - wanted and is articles. The places that have been given honorable mention are Double Springs Col. Bate Washington: Mt. given us follows: Pisgah-- D. C. Heron; Twin Oiks Bellview J. A. . II. Gib-oAter; The Heights Mrs. Mary Munford: Basin Spring Mrs. Kate Bennett: Fair Lawn I'has. Blanford: Valley View Farm T. B. e Henderson; Park Place (i. Frank . Liddan: The Sunrise Slope Misses Gieenwood; Welcome Hall Frank Carter: Bon Haven Wickliffc Dellaven: Planters Hull Stock Farm W. It. Moorman it Son; Maple Lawn Stock Farm John Skillman: Fair View W. T. Dowcll: Lake Side Rest Clms. Prury: Poplar Flat Farm O. A. Brown; Clifty Springs William Coomes: Maple Front Laurence Speaks: Walnut Lawn William Hull. o over-lookeu-- ed Hospital. Sunday. Sam Basham is in Owensboro this week visiting his father, Mc. Basham. Jess C ok has bought George Cox's farm near Mystic. Consideration $400. The II tllowe'eu party given by Mrs. George Cox on last Saturday was quite a success. A large crowd in attendance and all seemed to enjoy themselves. Joo Basham, son ol Mr. and Mrs Will Basham, has the malaria, but we are glad to hear that he is better. Mr. and Mrs. Ghailie Payne were visiting Clarence Payne, of Mystic, last plen-ur- Mrs. C. E. Haswell and Mrs. William Henslev, of Hardinsburg, spent Tues day with Mrs. Ethel Moorman. Mrs. A. M. Weatherford and daugh ter, of Sunnydale, are the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skill.nan, of West View, were guests of Mrs. Ethel Moorman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mattingly and sons, I'earl and Raymond, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Glasscock at Mc Daniels. Mr. John Butler went to Louisville last week to see his daughter, Miss Le land Butler, who is studying music under Prof. Grant. P. M. Tucker & Co. have commenced work on their new store building. A man, who will always tie interested in the teachers and pupils of llrecken-ridg- e county, although in for away Washington, D. C, has sent a book for the school library. Mr. Joel H. Pile, we think, should be in the school room yet. Our school certainly appreciates this remembrance. Mr. Joe Moredock and son, Kindley are the Moredock, of Owensboro, guests of Mr. Frank Compton. Mrs. Amanda Gregory, of Big Clifty, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. n: For Sale One frame dwelling with all modern improvements on llih street, in Cloverport, Ky., in pood locality and at a Part cash, balnneo on easy payments. Alo one cottage on Hill in yood condition; concrete walks, electric lijihts This will also he sold on casv terms. two-stor- y Ca-tl- .Mat-tingl- Sunda. Irvington Society. THE CHICAGO STOCK SHOW. at the The International Live Stock Exposition will be held in Chicago I. nion Stock lards. Chicago, November L'Sth to December 5th. This educational institution, which has for its sole object the advancement of the live stock industry in the United States, is well worth attending. W. R. Moorman, dr., of Planters Hall Stock Farm, always attends and we should like to see others go with him. Better live stock in Brcckenridge county would mean more success B. II. Heidc, general superintendont of the Chicago in agriculture. Stock Show wiites of the present live stock conditions in the United States: and darkness is "At this time when Europe is upon her. she calls on us to feed her hungry millions and thus we have brought home to us, in a most forceable manner, our own S. M. Crurae. bhortago of live stock, for we are obliged to admit that we cannot O. V. Floyd, of Olivet, III , has been take advantngo of this situation." here on business. This fact brings to all fai meis the great opportunities open in Miss Ruth Snyder has returned from Detroit, Mich., where she has been for the live stock industry in this country. panic-stricke- n Irvington, Nov 2 (Special) Miss Guy Branilett was the charming hostess at a Halloween party Saturday evening. The house was artistically decorated in evergreens and jack-- lanterns. Many Halloween contests furnished great fun for tho guests, who were masked and arrayed in every fashion imagineablc. Miss Mildred Hawes received tho prize for the best disguised guest. After a musical program rendered b' Mrs. Jolly and Mr. Lottenan, a delicious luncheon was served. Tho guest list was tho largest, this sonsen. o Everything in Building Material, Hardware, Mill and Auto Supplies, Paints, Oils, Varnish- es and Interior finishes, Lubricating Oils and Greases carried in stock. Estimates Furnished on Application Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky g H566 - M j 1 fl "Mayor Mitchell, of New York, has forecast a broad financial policy for this city," says the New York Sun. "The policy of should replace tho policy of borrow-as-yocan." There i u lasting foundation for municipal or individual prosperity. is a system that all Americans need to learn, and Tho if every institution would adopt it the world would be a thousand times better and happier. Debt is not a stranger to us and we both its good side, and the side that is faulty, delusive and disasterous. It is all right to go in debt when both tho creditor and debtor aro benelitcd, but how rarely is this the case. The hardest thing in linancial life is to pay other people's debts, and the only way that this can bo avoided is for every individual to get in line and to inaugurate the system. It takes strenuous ambitions sacriliced and appetites quenched, but the goal is worth tho price. The young mayor of New York is putting out an ideal which may bo realized in homes, towns, cities and nations, and ono that deserves praise. no othci o under-dcrsta- nd self-denia- l, AN OCTOGENAUIAN SCHOOLBOY. Thomas P. Copher has started to school. Tommy's teacher is Miss Pearl Downs. The school is one of tho "moonlight" sort, recently established at Jackson schoolhouse, near Owingsvillo, Ky. MUs Mills, At the end of one week's instruction Tommy showed excellent was the Vina lUiham, otofClifton Blanch Week-eguest Miss Ho had learned to write his name. progress. Busham. That was a considerable achievement, after eighty-twyears of Mrs. George Cox visited her sister, absolute illiteracy, to learn to rcooguizQ tho letters of his name with Mrs. Asklns, of Stepliensport, on day u dim oyo and shape them with an unsteady hand. That week marks last week. tho biggest intellectual stride ever taken by Thomas P. Copher. It Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts, of Kirk. represents an effort made by few men at such un age. Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. Millard Rollins, of Stephensport, Mrs. Harve Dooley, of Messenger. New Beatbel, Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Isn't it awful to live to such a good old age, and theu have to study ? Roberts, of MattooD, III., were the nd an extended visit to her sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Camcgio Judge Matthias Miller was in town on gavo a beautiful party Ilullowecn business last Thursday. evening. A witch's kettle was Mr. Charlie Weatherford is building tilled with fun for tho guests. . an addition to his residence. They were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. G. D. Beard, ot HardlnsDurg, was in bought four Ashcraft, Mike Crahan, Misses town last Thursday and Annie and Mnry Crahan, W. II. head of cattle to kill. Mr. Clint Butler, of Louisville, is the Tompkins, Mrs. Zolpha Alien. guest of his family near Hudson. C. M. Payne and Sam Carden, of Never Let People Forget You. Hasin Spring, were in Hardinsburg What do you think of a merchant Friday on business. tailoring concern doing a business of Mrs. M. L. Crews visited her chil nearly $50,000 in six days? dren in McQuady last week. This is the record of Mark Anrhelm, Mr. Minor Payne, of Bewleyvillr, Inc., of New York, who during a period been tho gnest of Mr. John Weutlier-for- d. of six days made to order 1,600 men's suits at an Average of a little over $30 have a suit. For eleven days in Sepiemter Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aldridgo taken rooms in Mrs. S. M. Crume's they showed an increase of $18,000 over house. the corresponding period of Ptetty good business, isn't it? ' Mrs. Nannie Tucker, ol Springfield, William C Freeman commenting on III , is vibiting Mrs, Amanda Tucker at this success In his Advertising Talk in Mook. the New York Globe ot September M ooo ooo ooo I Old-Ti- me SB The Roots and Herbs will cure you when other medicine has failed. We 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 never fails to give quick relief a permanent cure if directions are followed. We prepare our own rem- edies 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. y B System i i I Iall S M Bthat H m swj H m says: iGREENWELL & WETHINGT0N. o "The Anrlieimi advertise in a very modest way. They keep at it fall, winter, spring and summer. The long vears of steady advertising that tho house of Anrhelm has done, has had u splendid influence on the community. The results have been fine because they made good their claims. "That's the way to build a business keep advertising it everlastingly. It is not aecebsary to advertise extravagantly to do a succtssful business, but it is necessary never to let people for get you." Printers Ink. Box 161, Clovorport, Kentucky. Changes Address. ' Dear Mr. Cabbage: We have changed see above, t'me on a visit. .Miss Your tne Mend. Rebeckah Clrsell Simons, SU" W. 31 Ave.. Denver, Colo. The Choral Club will meet next Monregards to all of our dear friends and day night at the home of Mae Ella we hope to come to Cloverport some Smith and Miss Jane Smith. and as you we would like for you to please change also. We like the paper and feel we cannot do without It. I wish you would please give our best Choral Club. 1914 OVEMBER 1914 MTWTF IN 2 3 415 6 7 'I I" ,8 9 - tV - I! VJ r, M Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, NOV I, 1914 Entered at tlic Post Oflllco at Clorcrport, Ky as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES TEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.50 For Precinct in ' city Oflices $5.00 For County Offices 15.00 For State ami District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the inter etof individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule The L, H. & St. L on Effective October 18, 1914. leave Cloverport.... ... 9H5 A. M, 12:10 V. M Arriving Louisville A. M. No. 147 will leave ClovcrDOrt A Hvlno OwAnqhnrn 7:59 A. M B:00 A. M. Arriving Henderson No. l sz rersonai rarciyi spua mM 7Z mm m m r pllment to her guests, Miss Ruby Lou. Haynes Honk and Miss Elizabeth Mr. Jennie Woods Sullivan, of Moorman Hook, of Irvlngton. The svillc, Is spending the fall and winter parlors wero arranged in the matinee a West Point at the hjme of Mr. and effect with colored lights. Halloween Mrs (lien ilnrdaway. contests were given in which Miss Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitchouse, Kathleen Squires won the prize De f We&t Point, and Mr. June I.awson, llcious refreshments were served. f LcwUport, spent Sunday ht the home Nineteen boys and girl were present. of Mr. and Mrs. T. V Sawyer. CL-T-i: ?ZC-ifThe Wednesday Club will be enter tained this after noon by Mrs. Will- - I ft HOUSE PARTY ams at the Duncan House. The guests re ask to bring their pictures made w ) twenty years ago. at the A" fi Delightful Week-En- d Home of fllss Oreen nt Palls ' The Mission Study Class was de hlightfully entertained last week at the 4 ' of Rough. home of Mrs. David Phelps. Chas. V Fallon will be host to the members Hardiiisbttrg, Ky., Nov 2. (Special.) Friday evening. "The Land of The Miss Jennie S. Orecti was tlic hostess Mornintr Calm" is the interesting topic to a Halloween week-enparty, given this week. Read every part of The Hrcckenridgc nt her home in Falls of Rough, in honor News. The editorial department, the of her charming guest, Miss Ann V.Vwn advertisements and the local columns Robertson, of Klizahclhtowii, Ky. The guests included the following: on every page are planned and worked Do not get Miss Ami lili7.a Robertson, Kliabeth-towtogether for your benefit. Miss Claphani, Falls of Rough, the habit readme; locals and society. Many news items are missed by not Dr. li. A. I.cx, Irvingtou, Messrs. Robert 15 Moorman, Glen Dean, and 31. It. reading all the paper. Kinclieloe, of Ilnrdiusbtirg week-enMiss Pearl Hall spent the The home was artistically decorated with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. with llowers mid "spooks" of mi tn Milton Brown at their country place a every character befitting the occasion New llethel. Sunday Miss Hall had were in evidence. the following guests from Cloverport: Halloween games were indulged in lo Messrs Luyd and Kufus Hall, Jan e the amusement of nil, after which mi Moorman, Miss Motile Moorman, and elaborate luncheon was served in six Jesse Walls, of Hardinsburg. courses around the cheerful rays of a log of Louisville, fire. . P. DiUcnbaugb, spent Sunaay with his mother, .Irs. Miss Green, on numerous occasions, Kate Dltzenbaugh. He has a position has so gr.iceously entertained her friends n the General Passenger department that it is always a privilege to be num of the L II, St St L. R. R. and is de- bered as one of her guests. lighted with his work. His brother, Louis Dltzenbaugh, is with the Cum Today berland Telephone Company. It is a Come out from your homes today and pleasure to their old friends and neigheniov the service of prayer and selfde- bors to know of the success of these nial. As Eva Booth, of the Salvation young men of Cloverport. Army, says, it will male you over, Christianity brings a happy and rejoic ing victory to the soul. H.irpsr, of Louisville. if. W l rv t s. s NEW LINE OF Notk Ailvfrtlsers plm notlfv tlin editor mien you want advertisement discontinued. Los- t- Telescope. Clothing, Etc. Z- Ctil containing clothes and rittlmw mi mini from Clnvrrnnrt lit I'litesvlllo. Kinder will please return In llreokcnrlitsw N'ens ollloennil tecclvetewnril. UNDERWEAR For Fall and Winter Dr. Jesse Baucum - PHONE No. Oflloe Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RHSIDHNT Ky. OpiKi-lt- e Delze's Dnis f?ti ro d V. G. BABBAGE Law and Collecting Agency Union Suits for Men, W I men, Boys, Girls and Children or Separate if wanted n, KINGSBURY'S WEEK-END I Splendid lot of from 50c up d SPECIALS Fresh Assorted Peanut Mutter Salted Peanuts Maraschino Cherries Stuffed Olives Fresh Cheese Crisp Crackers Fresh Fruit Ivinysbury'rt Candies arc because of fopttlarand Cleanliness.their Cnkrw BLANKETS LET US SHOW YOU 111 11 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. A Clean Grocery my motto TRAVEL ON THE MAGNIFICENT Allen M. Kingsbury, Cloverport, Ky. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Solid Through Electric Lighted Train lo Jacknonvlllc over fee I jfj KINCHELOE-COMPTO- N LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. Drawing: Koom Sleoplni: C.irs from Cincinnati ami IiuWvlllo tonq limit Winter Tourist Tickets on sale dally. Short limll Homeseeter's Tickets on SJlr first and r THIRD Wedding Solemnized Last HAiiau Mnrninrfin nnnun Wed- mirn1 M .DISTRICT TEACHERS Observation Sleeping Car and Coaches - The wedding of Miss Adella Kinche- The Third District l'eachers' Asvocia HnnohtHr of llr. Allen IvlnoheloB 1,11:1 nt Stephensport October ycii R . ''on n.l Mrs. Kinclieloe. to Kussell Meeting was called to order liy Ice place last Wednesday Compton took Epicopal President R. T. McCoy. Mrs W.IL. Arnold spent Saturday in niomitu in the Methodist Opening song, "America." Irvlngton. chuteli, Hntdinsburg. The church was Rev. Hoffman read as a devotional the and Mrs William Darst went to Hardlns deeoruted with chapter of Proverbs. autumn foliage, ami many relativesand 4tli ,burg Friday to visit relatives. Miss I.elah Belle Hawkins cave all witnessed the ceremony, which Miss Mnrearet Puckett went to friends we'eome. performed by the Rev. S. K. Hunt. present a very hearty Louisville Thursday for a short visit. was Prof. II R Kirk, of Irvingtou, in re Franklin Kinclieloe, Morris Kinclieloe spouse, spoke of the value and need of Mrs. W. II Gibson, of Irvlngton iind Arthur T. Beard were the ushers, spent Sunday with Mrs. Larkin Gib and Mrs. C. Vie Robertson played the an education son. Jliss Lillian Cart, 111 speaking on The bride wore a wedring music. Mrs. Nannie Ferry, ot Louisville traveling suit of blue and carried 11 Explain the I'ltim de Aim of Language to visit Mrs. John D bridal bouquet of pink roses and llllies said, our nim should be the perfecting arrived of the powers, and suggested that each Babbage. of the valley. 111 Immediately after the ceremony Mr. teacher, who has not had a course Mr Vernard Farmer, of Phllpot, has read care guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Mrs, Compton came to Cloverport some Normal school, .should been the suijuestions in the "Course of machine and were guests of Mr. fullv the in Morrison. Study." Ilardlnsburg, was and Mrs. Frank Payne. Later they It. T. Cravens, of The violin solo by Jliss Henrietta a visitor to The Ureeknridge News left for Chicago on their weddirg trip. Sliively was thoroughly enjoyed and Tney will live in Hardinsburg in the office Thursday. we only hope we may have the pleasure residence of Mrs. Morris Beard. Mr. W. L Head, Evansvllle, was of hearing her again the euest of Mrs. Amble Williams On, Professional and Community In Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind Daniels Sunday. I'rof. II A. Ater siwke briefly have yielded to Doan's Ointment. terest, piles but interestingly and said in conclusion The Ladies Reading Club will be SOc at all stores. Prove all things; hold be like Paul: entertained tomorrow at the home of fast to that which is good. Mrs. Jas. I!. Randall. The discussion leu lv Messrs. Allen 'The Young society men should orde Handy, Horace McCoy and Mrs Daisy HALLOWEEN PARTY their engraved cards for Christmas this Orendoff discussed, The Advantages week, Breckeniidge News. Disadvantages of the New Text aiven For Allss Alary LaRue it and and Mrs. Julius Sippel and son Mr. Books. Hardinsburg, Uy. quests of Mr. and Beard, of of Irvlnston. were Biography and History How to Use Mrs. Conrad Sippel Sunday. Hiss Jane Llghtfoot. ft It Ami Its Value. Miss Cecil Dix was Misses Lucy Hall, Bessie Arnold and excused, Mr. J. R. Meador spoke briclly Bertha Perkins enjoyed an autumn on this subject and also added a One of the attractions of the weekhike to Addison and back Saturday, on "Why and How We Change younger set in Cloverport Miss Esther Dowel), of Kingswood end for the Text Hooks." For the benefit or the party given spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and society was the Halloweenthe home of parents. by Miss Jane Lightfoot nt Dowell near Hardinsburg, Mrs. Charlie The Star Spangled Banner was beauti her parents, Dr. Forrest Lightfoot and ' nMrs. J. Byrne Severs and son, Hug) The fully rendered by six school girls Mrs. Lightfoot Saturday night. Barrett Severs, left Monday fur Lou honor guest was Miss Mary LaRue Discuss Reading for Information and was isville to spend three weeks with he Beard, ot Hardinsburg. The event Inspiration. Miss Alta ht. Clatr absent, the next topic was called mother, Mrs. Barrett. was in celebration of the birthday of Miss Elizabeth Baxter on "Methods in Mrs. Sallle Moorman has returned Miss Lightfoot. The house was decor Reading," gave many good suggestions home from a visit to her daughters ated in autumn leaves and in the re especially emphasized the "Action Mrs. Clyde Miller, and Mrs. Joe ception hall were large pumpkins and and Work" with beginners. the newel post of the stairway was "How May Geography be Related to dressed as a ghost. The dining table stressed At Home Life." Miss Elsie Baxter was unique in its arrangements. the importance of first teaching home each plate was an artificial pumpkin ueouraphv. upon the and building filled with miuts. The centerpiece was knowledge the child already has of th a beautiful cake on which were four world around him teen candles and twenty little witches, Mr. J. R. Meador, on, County Gradua of cake. guests The one for eaeh slice tion Exercises and School Pair spok nro l'onslnr icnicdies came in ghost fashion and had loads of briefly untl said, "School fairs ure an in, the true formula is print- fun in the ghost walk. The guests splratiou and means of establishing ' ed on the luliol so you cun yoo were: Misses Mary Pule, Louise closer relations between patrons and th Nicholas, Louise Weatherholt, Addle wlmt you tiro usinir. Kuch remMcGavoch, Uthel Ridgeway, Gensle school." The next subject was: "Vulue of edy is intended for it certain Wills, Donna Ross, Chlora MneSeatou Athletics and Literary Socities as a Fac purpose, and not for euro-tills- . Mary LaRue Beard, Martha and Emily tor in School Work" I'rof. . R. Mc They uro for minor ailments Held; Messrs. Miller Ferry, Forrest Coy said many encouraging tilings but only and uro not intended to Dryden Weatherholt, Willie Warren showed by his address how much more Seaton, Joseph Ross, James Frank, ttiko the place of tlio fumily phyimportant athletics in the town and city Darnell Gregory school than the rural district sician. Ho should always bo Miss Laura Mr. Dugau Severs uud consulted in case of serious ailMorgan led the discussion 011 the ments. Remember the name Treating jjj Treatment of the Unprepared. AFTERNOON PARTY "PKNSLAlt" this from the standpoint of the pupil they offered many suggestions that may fo Miss Ruby Haynes Hook and one great Hiss Elizabeth Moorman Hook 1 be pondered well. As this is thing that confronts us every where. Quests ol Honor. J "The Perfect Day," sang by Miss Belva Jaue French, accompanied by Miss "The PtMltr Store" beautifully rendered Mlsa Lida May English gave a charm- Esther Payiif , was CLOVERPORT, KY. audience, ing afternoon party Halloween in com- - to an appreciative About People Who Live In Cloverport, Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In Other Towns and Cities and in States That are Far Away. Society Notes In i ! Association Had An Interesting Meet log at Stephensport flany Interest insr Subiccts Discussed- - Profitable fleeting. A- 1 FOR SALE 50 Light Stock STEERS For Immediate third Tuesday In each month. Write tor further particulars or illustrated folder ot Florida or the beautiful Hull Cost resorts R. D. PUSEY, General Posscnjicr Aiicnt, LOUISVILLE, KY. J Delivery G. VIG " s ROBERTSON i HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY Want Ads Brins Results y 11 How May the School Aid in Bringing About Social Pleasures in a Community. Miss Lay treated this as wo find it in the rural districts; suggested the Friday ifternoon program, suppers, or debates 011 some live subjects. Prof. Williams and wife, of Hardius- Prof. Williams ad burg, were present. dressed the association and brought greeting from the teachers in other parts of the county, and in conclusion re.u the beautiful little poem by 'loss: "I.et Me Live in the House by the Side of the Road." Closing song (Imee Huougli For Me. . Adjournment. SKCRKTAUV Green-Manur- e Crops Must Be Inoculated s "PENSLAR" TIPS not-secr- Agriculturi.1 nuthorjties sny that many farmers fail to obtain full benefit from turning under legume crops for ereen nianuiu because of the lack of The chief benefit o root modules. legume crops is due to minute soil bacteria which grow in association will tire roots of the legume plant and con vert the nitrogen of tlio air Into avail Furthermore, with uble plant food. each legume ciop is associated its own individual btrain of material. For ex ample, the bacteria wliicli grow upon the roots of alfalfa will not develop In areas over with the lima beau. which any particular legume Im been grovfii for a number of years it is gen erally found tlu.t the soil is naturally Inoculated, but when tiatuie has not already provided the bacteria in the Mill artificial Inoculation is es seiitlal. Ititrodiiciiikr new kinds o crops into iiH locality usually require the introduction of the prop-- r bacteria This may be C' for the new legume. soil dug CJiuplished cither by team-rincrop o from a field of the same kind or by moistening lin seeds of the legume crop to be planted with n culture of the proper variety 1 d bacteria. The United States Depart i Wedding's Drug Store, J ' munt of Agriculture has cultivated and distributed liquid pu a cultures of these beneficial bacteria for several years. In geuerid it may be said that liiocu lation presents few difficulties to those who are willing to do work carefully, Whether naturally Inoculated soil or artificial cultures should be used de pends upon local conditions When soil Is used great care should be exer clsed to dig it only from fields that are free from objectionable weeds and (rum serious plant diseases - Weeklv News Thev .iri enled the I rule can j ing small Letter Department Agriculture, Wa h- - b.isktts of p . Tile bridal partv entered to the ington, D. C. Loheugrin wuMing march. The bride wore a beautiful gowuot Additional Locals. chiffon over crepe de chine trimmed in laee and crstul trimming. The skirt Mis MulUs't Mnttinulv has ro- was cut with a rquaie tr.,in. tllm wore turnrd from Louisville and will the regulation tulle veil, wliicli was held Ifiive soon for Owensboro to ttc- in place by orange blossom';, and carried a slunver bouquet of budal roses, position us stiMioiriniilier. Miss M.inie, Scott's dress was white Miss Mildred I5ulil:iio and An mercerized batiste trimmed in lace and drew Ashby arrived homo Monday net. Miss 15 va Foote wore .1 dress of eveninir from tlio ICpwoith shallow lace and net over yellow and ijuo (Joiifi'feiiee ut (i tecnville. both c.rried large bouquets of yellow Mis- - lialibuire was liciiiitifullv en chrysanthemums Mr. and Mrs. Scott left immediately tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Clsir- - for a short vMt to Frankfort, after enee. Martin, relatives of Mr. and which they will be at home at llig Mrs. Win. Mm tin. The rer.ott Spring, Ky. will lie "iveti Sundii) night. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Mr. mid Mrs. llenrv Humor The Olil Stanilniil irenernl ktrcimtlipiilnir tonic, drives out went to (iennuii Intl, lust week CKOVIJ-- TASTHI.l'.SS clilll TON IC. up the sys Itlnlarui.cnr Iclies the tilool,aiia minus tem. Almetouic. I'or ndults ami children. 50c 11 mouths stnv and work. for t'lvdo liohei tsoii, lioettst Hill. went lo Mnttoon 111, Thursday to visit his brother. Kelly lvoliet tson. Thos O'Donoirhiio wits in Louisville lust week on business. Suys liiw u'ifo him siild npiirlv it linn- event in life will become an taken in the wrong dri'd dollurs worth of stoek ehi obstacle ill life ifbecome nn opportunity way; but it will ekons this lull. if taken in the right way." L. A. S. C. Z. Howlos, Axtol, went to Kdgar Simmons, who has boon at Owensboio Suturriuy. Fhlllipine Islands aud served in army Mr. mid Mrs. A. U- - Wroe. 01 for nine years, returned home hut McQuiuiy, went to Louisville week and a family reunion was held nt the home of his parents; Mr. and Monduy. Mrs. C. II. Simmons'. Mrs. I). 0. Heron, Mt l'isirith, Luther Satterfield and Mrs. Satter-field- , was in Louisvillu Monduy. Leo Veager and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Wilson, with Mrs. Harvey Watch and Watch. Wilson, were among the passengers on ho conies, First IMcUpoeket-He- re right. train en route to Louisville Saturday Second I'ieUpocket-A- II now! evening. You keep n watch on 'Mm while I take Arthur Daugherty, from the governh watch off Mml London Answers. ment works near West Point, was nt home Sunday. Frakes-Sco- tt Wedding. Knloew Smith and wife, who went to Irvinuton, Ky., Oct. 3I (Special.) Terre Haute to spend tile whiter, uro One of the prettiest of the early fall home after a four weeks' stay. weddings was that of Miss Carra Drury at Mr. anil Mrs. Philip Kramer, after a Frakes and Mr. II. Wlnlield Scott, which took placo nt the Ilewleyville very pleasant visit, to relatives and Methodist church, Thursday afternoon friends at Caseyville nud Kvansvllle, tit 3:30 o'clock, the Rev. L. K. May, returned home last Wednesday. The Aid Society of the 1'iesbyteii.ui of Calhoun, The decoratious were most artistic church met at the home of Mrs. Lamb lust Friday to formulate plans for their and In keeping with the season. In front of the alter wero three large annual bazaar to be held In December. arches mud's of aiparagus ami chrysanThiUMluy ut .ri;lft p. , there was left themums and lurge hoiiiiets of chrys- ut tlitt home of Mr. an I Mis. Arthur anthemums were placed 011 the pedes- D.iugheitv, a little girl baby Hy, tals which formed the foundations for pounds, Tney call her Laura Muo tile arches. Daugherty. A musical program, in charge of Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Vorrls and mother have W. J. 1'lggotl and Mrs. L. It. Moor-nureturned to their home in Owensboro, was given. a most delightful visit tu relatives Misses Maggie Scott and Kvu Fuote after uud Mrs, llotHous. were bridesmaid and Mr. Wulter JefMrs. James Arnold, of Louisville, fries and Mr. Kdgar Hurdaway were groomsmen. Thu ushers were Mr. and Mrs. John Mattlngly, of Paynes-villMead county, ure gursti at the Ike Hicks, Mr. Johu Witt, Mr. Harold home of Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Wilson. Scott aud Mr. Fletcher Scott. Mrs Tom lirickey, of llalltowu, was Little Misses Mary Louise Hurdaway, Irene Cain, Clara Wallace Foote and a visitor at the hopie of Mrs. Julia Blanche Drury Stlth were flower girls. Wood. 11 HILL ITEMS 'Kv-er- ofli'-'latle- 111 n, e, DUKE OF BRUNSWICK of the Kaiser a Prisoner, Says Report. Sorvln-La- Many a Clovcrport Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information. If your back RlvcsoutJ llecomes lame, weak or aeht If urinary troubles ct In, -' All Around The Farm SHADE FOR THE FARMHOUSE. j FOR SALE! 50Light ric Generator! We arc using the City Light and offer our Generator and accessories for sale at a bargain. This generator is in first-clas- s condition, and is just the thing for an ; I'erhnps your kldneji iiri- li a hul Trees Are Necssiary Doth For Beauty and Comfort's Saka. way." of Prepared by Untied States DonnV Kidney Don't delaj uxriculture. Pills i The lliiMirtalice of shade trees Here Is ood evidence of their worth. Is much too Mrs. 0. W. FhxRcrnlcl "I Fifth St., Owensboro, Ky , I'ills wish to miv that Doan's KM are a i:ood kidney rtmrdy. I w In a bad way before I began their use. I had backache day and nilit ar.d the kidney secretions caused me much an noyance. I jjot Doan's Kidney 1111 and had not taken many before I ums I can now slerp greatly relieved. bount'ly, tre headaches have lift mxi my buck Is strong. A (): M2t V. " Permanent Cure. 1111 a, Mrs. KHz- On February gerald said: "I have not had to Doan's Kidney I'ills tlnce the curn! You are at libera in me jears ago. ue rav former endorsement. ' 't Price sOj, mi hii den.t s l dimply ask for a Iddnt rem tn.tt Doan's Kidney I'ills the Mrs. Fitzgerald had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. Fo&ter-Milburti te around the rnrtuhdiise generally overlooked In the opinion of specialists In the United States departIn selecting the ment of ngrlcttltiire . It Is site for it farmhouse, they nlwnys well 'when possible to choose one where shade Is already to be had If this Is not posslhle, with the expenditure of a little time and trouble, the fanner can plant trees which In u few years will add greatly to the comfort nnd appearance of his home. No mutter how well designed and built it house may be. if It Is left entirely exposed to the sun and devoid of any setting of foliage It will not be really by American I'resj Apnoclatlon. Anxiety Is folt In Hrnnswick for tho safety or tho Duke of linmswlck. He was cut off from the Gorman lines on the French frontier, and It Is feared that he Is a prisoner. His wife Is Prln-cob- s Victoria Lulse, daughter of the itoto kaiser. EXPERT OPINION British Critics Summing Up the Situation. London special: The news that the Germans have mado important progress In Hcls'ium and that their attack against the al'Ies' left win,; in northern France shows no signs or lessened power, does not alarm commentators recognized as the best posted critic.i ni military operations, who declare that the growing menace in northern Kr.iuce it. more than uu'bet by the (lermiui defeat in Poland and t .e m w advance of Kussian armies and Silesia. toward Pru-:l- a Military experts concur In their analysis of ti e situation in the west and tho situation in the east, with tho prediction thnt ftunnaoy, even if successful In hammering hack the allied lino In France to a point from the almost straight east through Noyon and ((holms to Verdun, oen it successful In taking Dunkirk and will .tlll he unable to prodtico a formidable diive toward Paris. She will find it necessary to divert army corps to the Prussian and Silesian borders to light the constantly augmented strength of Itussla. She does not possess now and does not expect to possess the opportunities that were hers In the early days of the war, provided that Itushla can maintain the new that began on Oct. 18 with tho defeat of the German armies along the sea-coaCa-Ha- Magnificent Voracity. One of the most noteworthy Importations In the slaughter of toe gypsy moth has been tin uctlve green beetle, a tiger In the moth world. Here Is a terrible creature Indeed a creature of Intrepid ferocity and mapnlllcent voracity. Beside him the hog is a beast of most delicate appetite. The green beetle would devour ten times his weight In gypsy moth caterpillars In a t single day and be ready to duplicate this performance on the morrow. Uis nominal two seasons of active life are1 a wild orgy of slaying and feasting His span of mortality Includes a mere fortnight of larval life nnd two brief summers of adult existence. represent lng less than live mouths of activity altogether, but during this time he will normally devour uearly rTiO gypsy moth caterpillars or pupae us lilg as himself A single pair have been observed to eat 2,00(1 cuterplllars within eight weeks gluttony almost beyond hellut. e'en I attractive. There are, moreover, sound, practical reasons for planting shade trees. Two or three elnis or maples, fui Instance, Judiciously placed will lower the tctnpcnttuie of the house many degrees and add greatly to the comfort of the housewife. Today the progressive farmer Is thoroughly aware of the financial benelit he derives from seeing to the physical comfort of his live stock. It Is equally true that If human beings are comfortable they will do more work and do It better. A hot summer day spent In the kitchen Is at best an ordeal for the woman who must wash. Iron and cook for a large household. If the kitchen is thoroughly screened from the sun's rays her discomfort can be-- very materially lessened. There are. moreover, many household tasks which could be performed with individual light plant in a place where there is no electric plant. A gasoline engine will run it satisfactorily. r- . WtL. s fsw: '. firs 1 tury- - The Breckenridge News CSoverport, Kentucky Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Best Cough .Medicine for Children. In "Thref ears ago when I v in Pilttburg cue of my childrtti hd a hard cold and coughed tlraadfulh . Upon the advice of a druggist 1 ) enchased a bottle of Chamberlain' Cw. i A KULl. HIIADIIU 1UIM1I0U.HI'. Remedy and it benefited him M vr.w . I find it the best ci fjjr. mn Ictt.t- ( children because it is plenart to t'l . They do not object to taking it," writes Mrs, Lafaette Tuck, Homer City, Pa This remedy contains v. other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently as to an adult Sold by all dealers. INGENIOUS BOOKKEEPING. How Doctors May Have Banks Kisp Track of Their Business. The .Medical Uecord iiotes from n writer in the British Medical Journal who suggests that physicians should make banks serve us their bookkeepers. Sir John Collie Is the author of this system. Ills plan Is to keep two banking 'ii counts at the same bank. "The Hist. No, 1." says the writer, "is Ills oidinary current account, into which he should pay all the money ho receives, whether he has been paid In ciiIi or checks, it is an excellent rule never to spend a penny which has not come to one through his banking account. The physician should never get checks which have been paid to blm ensued ny ttie local tradesman, lie should never pay his chauffeur with his fees. livery single Item received from the physician's practice from one year's end to another should go through his banking account No. 1. If the physician has been tempted to use a live dollar bill which some one has paid lilin unexpectedly on a round or If he has bought stamps with the money which some patient left nt the otllce. then ho iibould draw a check for the amount, cash It and pay the money Into Ids banu. Thus, and thus only, can lie make his banker Ills bookkeeper. "If the physician should die suddenly or wish to sell his practice, then, nnd then only, whether his other business books are kept well or not. the lawyer or the medical agency or the purchaser who wades through Ills effects will rejoice to tlud one method of knowing gross receipts and getting some Idea of the real Intrinsic value of the business and will from the physician's bankbook alone tell the total cash receipts from tho practice upon which to found tho purchase price. "At tile end of every year the books bhoiild ho balanced, and if the doctor cannot balance them himself or has not tho tlino the comparatively small sum which a professional accountant will charge, say $3 or $10. will be well Vistula. It is asserted that tho campaign In Poland, operations now moving toward the fiorman frontier, cannot be prolonged Indefinitely and cannot end In a deadlock, the coming of winter, poor roads and In Milllciont railways all tending to tiring about a decisive Once Silesia really is in danger, (lormany will he compelled to adopt defensive tactics In Franco. Tho critics in this balancing of the east and west campaigns are willing to take the most peslmlstlc view ot the present situation In France for the fcake of aigument. But they reason that It Is far mote likely that Herman display their armies will never btauilards so close to Paris as in the early days of September. JURY equal convenience and much less fatigue in the fresh air If a cool, shady spot were readily accessible. Children are, of course, much better off out of doors than in, and the mother will litid It much easier to keep them under her eye if it Is possible for her to be herself, n part of the day at least, out of the house I'ruin a purely linunclnl point of view It will be found that a well shaded property Invariably brings a better price than one bare of all trees and shrubs Truiii this point of view the planting of trees may lie regarded ns a sound business investment and one which few property owners can afford to neglect. Men experienced in farm sales know that nu attractive setting of foliage will frequently sells n farmhouse when such obvious advantages as good land and water fall to secure a purchaser III building a farmhouse It is, of course, desirable wherever possible to NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL, PARIS 1 L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning, Tbr- nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies take advantage of what trees there may be already on the property. When this Is not possible, however, young ones should be planted at the earli- Do It Now O Subscribe Today CZ30I3000d30IZD0 ; UNABLE TU AGREE of Two Held Out For the Conviction Mrs. Carman. Mlucola, I.. I,, special: Tho Carman trial catno to an end at 11 o'clock Sunday morning, when the Jury, after thirteen hours and fifteen minilos of fruitless wrangling, catno lnt'i the courtroom and repotted a disagreement. Tltoy huil been ton for a 'cput-U- l American Vessel Detained. Halifax. N. S.. Oct. 19. Tho morI- j With Certain Exceptions They Are cm oil tank stoomor llrlndllla was Tught Into Hallrr.x harbor by th Now Effective. unvortcd cruiser Coronln,, formorlv Washington special: Tho war revo-nu- of tho Cunard lino. Tho Ilr'ndilln. bill which was passed by congress which had cleared for Alexandria with and signed by tho president yesterday oil. was formerly tho Washington, bv hf r frlenns. Is now lu offect as to moat of Its fea- registered In Oormnny. It Is said her Mis. Carman wu.s admitted to tures. Tho exceptions nru the, special registry was changed slnco tho war. ball today and relmsed to go home. taxes In Section 3 on bankers, brokers Tho i resent district attorney of Nii3-su- n repaid." fcnd proprietors of theaters .und county sios that ho never will Notice. and tho tnx on tobacco dealers press the vase to a retrial iiiiIobs now How To Give Quinine To Children. iixldeuco conies to uncover the general FR1IRIMNI! lilhctrmlc-mnrlname given to an evergreens Is distinctly ornamental and manufacturers, which goos Into All persons having claims against the lavatory of who H'led .Mrs, Bailey in luipruveil Quinine UUaTatclrtSyrup,jlea-sn- t tid is most useful In the winter us a effect by special provision on the first to take amlilota not dMulb tbe (tnmacU. L. C, Simmons, deceased, will Children lake it ami lit' Carman's oftlce. know It U Quiulnt. wind screen. value of wind day of November, and stamp taxes In estate of The A Ho eitiecially alalcd to cdults who raut. t Schedules A and B. Tho stamp taxe3 please present same properly proven us creens in practical agriculture 1ms lake ordinary Quinine. Dors not uauteatc U'4 re tho ones that will affect the aver- required by law to the undersigned. Important. cauke ucrvouniicta nor rluinuif in the head. X1 attracted considerable scientific It the uezttlme you nctd Quinine (or any age man on the street They will not C. L. Simmons, Administrator. (or J ounce orluinal package. The ittentlon, but It does not need a sciIn mind that Chamberlain's Ak Bear name VUUKIUNU it blown lu twtllc. ii ceuU. entist to appreciate the usefulness of go Into effect until Dec. 1. There are Tablets no', only move the bowels but they are mcb a screen In promoting tbe comfort a few other exceptions, but improve the appetite and strengthen an Important. Use the Column Read the Ads. f a household. the digestion. For sale by all dealers. WAR TAX LAW and two for conviction. Sirs. Carman, who had been hrought Into tho courtroom from the Xhmhsii comity Ju It to hear what she confident-1- : ejected to be n verdict of acquit-til- , h 'ird the fji'iimn's teport In evN "i .I amaxpineirr A second later she inoil and as home from the court-rod-1 $L'0,-0H- In most secest possible moment. tions of the country poplars and maples will bring the quickest results. It is therefore a good Idea to plant these first and to follow them with other and more enduring kinds, such as the elm or oak. In general It may bo said that the faster a tree Kro.ws the shorter U Its life, and the property owner who conliiies.hlniself to quick growing trees may well llud that he has outlived Ills shade Fruit trees should, of course, be planted too. but these do not unswer the purpose of shading the house, since It Is desirable to keep them trimmed low In order to facilitate spraying and gathering . of the fruit. The chulce of trees to be planted depends lu a great measure upon the section of the country Where native trees are abundant it Is perhaps best to select those which can he most readily obtained trom the surrotindlieg country on the other hand, in the sections where young trees tire not to be hud It Is well for tho property owner to consider carefully what kinds tire most likely to thrive. The red oak Is n very satisfactory tree and does well over a lariie area It Is, comparatively rapid In growth, but. on the 'tiler baud. Is much longer lived than tunny others which share this advanHvergreens do not. of course, tage give as much shade us deciduous trees, whose foliage is confined to the summer. On the other hand, u grove of Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. CTOIZD00OlCTODl0 We Pay Postage Both Ways Anywhere in the U. S. A. Hioto by American Press Association. PROVISIONS 1 n LAUNDERING 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS We py the pnatatie both ways on all paulciigea fro. or over, work ai Prompt Kunrauteed Unliveries In isnttury pacUuni-a-, Will credit you upon reference. Write for lutormatlon. Hotter, till, lend trial bundle. Offices t 623 W. Jffrson St. flrat-cla- clr-eus- LOUISVILLE, KY. Little Want Want Now s the time to subscribe Suffered Twenty-On- e Years- - Finally Found Relief. The Samaritan's Sword j S. W. M'CALL. Republican C- - .J.a.ite For Governor of Massachusetts. Having suffered for twenty one) eat with a pain in my side, I Anally have Tho sword of tlio silver sunlight Is the found relief In Br. Kilmer's only ono ho wields. Injections of morphine were The sword of ttio deeds of mercy In the bloom of tho fragrant fields. my only relief lor short periods of A song on his lips forever. time. I became to tick that I had to And the banner that o'er him sprlnjfs Tho green of tho leafy pennant undergo a surgical operation in New On tho boughs of a thausnnd springs- Urlcans, which benefited ma for two years. When the same pain came Tho sword of the silver sunllghtah, oneuay i was so sick mat i gave up With sweetor was never horn! Its sapphire handle Ktenmlng In the hopes of living, A friend advised me dewy tlrenm of morn: A snillo In his heart forever. Swamp-Roo- t to try vour nnd I at once And wherever ho Roes a word. commenced using It. The tlrst bottle As soft ns tho tender beauty did me to much good that I punhascd Of tho song of tho woodland bird. two more bottles. I am now on my The sword of tho silver sunllHht that second bottle and am feeling like a Hashes iibooti tho skies, new woman. I passed a gravel stone Cutclilm; the laughing twlnklo of the good Samaritan's eyes; as large as a big red bean and several A rose In his hand forever As over the world ho goes small ones. I have not had the least To plnnt hi tho path of tho living, feeling of pain since taking your Tho Mower of tho deathless rose. Swamp-Roand I feel it my duty to Tho sword of tho silver sunltKht, more recommend this great medicine to all everlasting than steel. suffering humanity. Gratefully yours, And nlwnys ilrawn In tho servlco of lovo that Is long nnd leal: MRS. JOSEPH CONSTANCE, A kiss on tho tirows that surfer, Hapldes Par. Echo, La. A smile for tho hearts that nche. l'erutinlly appeared before me, this And his sword on the wing forever For tho saku of the whole world's sake. 15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph Kolser JIcKlnsey In Ilaltlmoro Sun. Constance, who subscribed tj the above statement and made oath that the FOR same Is true in substance and in fact. MAP SHOWS PLAN t. ot yjMrESBBLBBBBBBBBBBBW Wm. MoitRWOw, Notary Public. REDIVISI0N OF EUROPE. Photo by American Fresi Association. Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Hlnghamton. N. V. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do PorYou Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys anil bladder. When writibg, be sure and mention the Breckenridge News. t Regular size and bottles tor sale at all drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- It Purports to Represent Kaiser's and Allies' Intentions In Case of Victory. Says a Loudon Dally Telegraph correspondent In a dispatch from Rotter- AN ARMED CONFLICT" dam: OF OPERATIONS ON RUSSIAN FRONTIER. ti mid Ilusslnn armies as exOfllclal announcements definitely Indicated the battle line at the great mnln tending from the western Warsaw district alone the rivers Vistula and San to Przemysl nnd fnrthcr Bouth toward the river by the, heavy black line on the map. The German lino was defined otllclnlly as reaching from the neighDniester, as shown borhood of Warsaw that Is, of course, well to the west of the capital parallel to tho course of the rivers Vistula mid San to Przemysl and still farther south to the Dniester. The distance In a straight line Is about K.U miles, hut ilio real line of frontier occupied Is nearer 300. SCENE Aiistro-Gcriim- Af!T TREASURES OF FRANCE. II M MEN'S FEATS THRILLING 1 Deeds of Valor as Told In the News Dispatches From the Front. ... V. PF.YTOX, South Staffordshire who was wounded In the battle of the Alsne, near Solssons, bus written a letter to a friend describing tho fighting at that placo and telling u story of the pluck an IIEGTEXAXT of a British aviator. The letter says: "It was a battle or artillery. The constant racUet of machine guns merged in the nlmost'stead.v roar of quick flrcrs nnd Held pieces. "Suddenly from the sky u British aviator dropped down on us. High in air, bis aeroplane, struck by shrapnel, was nearly wrecked, une wing was badly torn. The perforated framework, cracking and twisting, commenced to come apart Wabbling and lurching, the flying machine, like a wounded bird, fluttered forward. "Tho cugiuo was uninjured, but the biplane, almost refusing to bo steered the destructive fire of French seventy-fives- . Tboy were attacked on one sido by tho French dragoons and on the other by Kugilsh cavalry. Both arrived FORM OF almost simultaneously jid rode right through the German column. Tbeu thej- - wheeled nnd charged again, cut German force to pieces. CHAPTERS OF WAR ting tbeInfantrymen, caught unawares, "Tho were unable to resist effectively, and nfter the second attack they broke and ran for cover, pursued to the edge of a Graphic Side Lights on the wood by the horsemen, whose sabers were flashing in the sunlight." Great Armed Conflict The airman concluded: of the Nations. V regular picture It was, I tell you, We airmen are the only ones who are seeing this war properly." Red Trousered Heroine. went through. What happened when tbe German trenches wero taken 1 With a convoy or wounded brought didn't see. Before the hand to band to Paris was a pretty work girl named lighting took place some German 'pot- Lugenlo, who, attired in baggy red ted' me. trousers and a rod "Chechia." had fol "When I came to two days later I lowed a zouave regiment from her was In tho hospital." home town of Bagnolet and with rifle on shoulder had marched thirty miles Thrilling Pursuit. a day the The activity of German aeroplanes dor tirewith the soldiers. She was uu at battle of Mnrno. when over Paris has brought up a general she was wounded. Sho Is to be sent discussion of tbe value of these maback home, but swears chines in warfare and a recital of get to the front ngaln. that she will thrilling aerial duels between French Linked Arms For Charge. and German machines. One French corps commander Is Since the outbreak of the war there quoted as having said that, in his have been numerous stories of ollloors opinion, a single aeroplane was as drilling wavering troops under heavy valuable as a division of cavalry. tire as If on parade ground, thus re Aeroplanes are of the greatest service storing tneir waning courage, lint a In preventing surprises, and few Imnew device of this sort Is described portant movements of troops have In the Paris Figaro, which the writer been made which have not been re- Precautions That Guard Them at the Louvre, In Paris. Those who visit the Louvre do not suspect the labor that Is necessary in keeping the building In order. It must bu protected at night against lire and burglars by watchmen, who, with revolvers at hip ami dark lanterns in hand, make their rounds, accompanied by police dogs. Upstairs and downstairs "nd alotu the corridors, says the Palis correspondent of the New York Sun. the distance they travel amounts to four miles, and In every room the watchmen must "punch" the clock that shows whether the rooms have been Inspected and how often. During the night the most valuable works of art are kept under lock and key. When the galleries are closed to tho.publlc a clever piece of mechanism Is set in motion that carries the royal Jewels, worth millions of dollars, Into n special burglar proof chamber. The Venus de Milo. too, has her own special bedroom. An Iron shutter rises from the ground in front of her and bides tho marble features of the goddess. In tho early morning an army of custodians potirs through the rooms, and the process of cleaning begins. A force of IM men sets to work with brooms, dusters and floor polishers. The custodians exceed tho strength of a company of soldiers on a war footing. There are one chief custodian supe three underchlefs. twenty-severior and 148 Inferior custodians. To those must be added tho Louvre's artl sans, for tho great place has its own works department and almost Us own factory. n says lie heard from a wounded lleitten a Versailles Tho Berlin correspondent of tho News writes: "I huvo beard uu anecdote about the kaiser at general headquarters which camo from reliable sources and which has not appeared In tho Germau press. Ouo Is itbout his diet, which consists of u thick soup, a piece of sausage and u piece if bread and butter, ul though ho may have tho best food to bo obtained. Ills advisers are impatient with him for endangering his health, but to their importunities he Bentley 1 believe his name tion. corps. replies: was. Then there could bo heard tho quick " 'It Is what my soldiers are getting "The information obtained by the nnd sharp reports of a machine guu on the buttlelleld. It Is good enough aviator lieutenant ami dispatched to on tbe French liter. The monoplauo for me.' was floated for a few moments as If tho General Sir Horace "One day bo beard that his men at Important. How Important we didn't pilot bad lost control and then, flutter tho front were reduced to a piece of realize uutll perhaps nu hour after- ing like a wounded bird on the whig, bread and red wlue. He cut his diet started an oblique flight downward. accordingly." ward wo received orders. "To other troops In the trenchei which ended In its crashing to the Newspaper For Trenches. tame tho same commands. But favor-lu- earth. the Staffordshire regiment that day A Loudon newspaper Is publishing an Saw Dramatio Charge. was the fact that wo occupied the edition especially for the trenches. The A young EuglUh aviator, who was work has been so well done nearest the enemy. At that tinInjured In a landing accident, tells how men In tho trenches have tbelr d.illv the word wo emerged from our bursaw what be described as a real paper by noon each day be rows and scurried forward. Tho Naturally we showed our faces tho lighting "old fashioned cavalry charge." II tue news from borne Is welcomed li ays; commenced. tho men, and the distribution of papers "A considerable body of German In becomes a very valuable public serv"How lu making the crossing any of us ever survived the German Arc I fantry advancing across a wide valley ice. Experience has shown that the don't know. I can't describe what w lost the support of tbelr guns through greatest demand Is for football news. Chi-ciigSmlth-Dorrleu g A daring encouuter took place recently between a German monoplane and it French biplane at a critical mo ment in the execution of an important maneuver north of the river Olse, The German machine was seen sailing over tbe French lines Just before n strong detachment of troops was to start on a movement to the north. For tho success of this movement It was vital that this sentry of the air bo removed, and a French biplane uudertook tbe task. Hair Boising Dive. Tbe French machine rose from tbe ground abruptly and In rapid circles gained an altitude greater than that of tbe German, but even this advantage was hot suillclent to drive tbe scout away. In a daring dive In which ho braved a heavy Are from the French lines the German descended to u height of 1,000 yards and, skillfully avoiding "'Got It now?' " 'Just as you gave It to inc. tbe French machine, started to drive for the German Hues. "All of It?' " 'Assuredly.' For awhile tbe German was success"'Hasten, thcu, to the general. I'm ful In keeping out of reach of tbe Frenchman, but tho biplane, continudone for.' "So passed an aviator lieutenant up- ing Its flight at it considerable height, holding tho houor of tho royal flylug finally attained an advantageous posi- because of tho damage done to the fuselage, threatened any second to col lapse and sink. As u lust resort the aviator shut off tho power nnd pinned down, trusting that the sweep of bis descent would carry him across the British lines. Luck supplemented his pluck to tho extent that ho luuded bis smashed machine Just inside our trenches. Dying, Givs3 Message. "Ho was dying when we toro away wreckage and released hi in. But be wasn't unconscious, nor did he Ignore the call of duty. With bloody froth bubbling from his Hps ho said: 'Quick, man; take down my message! (let It to the general with ull speed!' "Captain Fnlcouer produced notebook and pencil. Painfully tho aviator dictated. Almost with bis last gasp be repeated to make sure that what be aid was clearly understood: completion. ported by aerial scouts before their ant colonel lu troop train The men whom the olllcer commanded bhowed restlessness under artillery punishment and seemed likely to refuse to advance. When the order came the olllcer seized the arm of the man nearest him and bade htm link himself similarly with tho next. The whole force was thus united and made a daring charge and captured the hostile position. When the olllcer finished tho story his hearer praised his courage and quick wit. but lie replied: "Why, I was more frightened than uuy ouu else, but had to glvo an ex ample, so Just bluffed It" Remarkable Cure of Croup. "Last winter when mv little bov had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s I honestly b Cough Remedy. bievo it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the phlegm and relieved his coughing sptlls. I am niot grateful for what this remedy has done for him." For sale bv ull dealers. Out of the Mouths of Babes. Sunday School Teacher Can you tell me who dwelt in the Garden of Kdou? Little May Yes, ma'am: the Sausage For the Kaiser. "What Is an amateur, Bobby?" queried bis small sister. "Au amateur," replied Bobby, "is anything that Isn't nature." "Mamma," queried little Myra, "do you think grandpa has really gone to heaven?" "Yes, dear," was tho reply. "Well, continued Myra, "I'll bet he sneaks outsldo once In awhile to smoke his pipe." In the lesson mention had been made of tho cantbook that Is used lu rolling logs. "Can you tell me what a cantbook Is, Tommy?" nsked tho teacher. "Sure," replied Tommy. "It's a cow once for a movement to Mexico City of the major part of his army, according to advices received by Villa in Juarez, who wero Instructed to scud south all available transport material. Hepresentatives of Villa In Juarez and Kl I'aso declare that tho troop movement Is merely to tako of Mexico City nfter tho withdrawal of General Carranza, in order RED CROSS WAR STAMPS. to prevent disorders. To oppose Villa's southward adProposed For American Made Goods to vance, however. It Is understood that Aid Fund For Wounded. Carranza has 20.000 men at Lwn tin the receipt of a sug- der General Villareal, S.000 at Tamal-- i gestion to swell the lied Cross fund aupas, and others at San Luis Potns". for the war's wounded, made by au There is a general belief hero that editor of the American Press Assoela armed contllct will be precipitated by tlou, Hubert V. Do Forest, vice pres! any southward movement of Villa's, dent of the American lied Cross, so- army, inasmuch as Carranza has made ciety, says the plan proposed has been his withdrawal wholly contingent on submitted to .Miss Mabel T. ltonrdmnu. tho removal of Villa from Mexico. chairman of the executive committee Dispatches from Aguas Callentca of the organization. The lied Cross stnto that no vote has yet been taken society retently sent a vessel carrying In the conference on tho selection or surgeons nnd liurces besides a coin a provisional president to succcod Carplelc equipment to minister to ranza, whom the conference deposed the wounded in the great armed eon by a decreo. Kfforts are being mado tllet Irrespi etlve of nation. The money by tho Villa delegates, boforo bringing mvessur.v to perform this great service thu matter to a vote, to sectiro thn was 1'ortliconilng from seating of Zapata's twenty-siIn humanity public subscription. It Is believed that ICmlllo Madnro The Idea which has been proposed brother of former Piesldent Francisco to Increase this fund Is to sell to man Madero, may bo General Villa's candi(. Fulled States lied ilfaetiirers lu Cross stamps bearing a red cross and date for president. This view was the popular trade slogan, "Made In strengthened when It became known meriea," these stamps to be alllxed that Villa had summoned Madero from Xnw York to Guadalupo to act In an to all Ameileau made retail merchan Dr. Miguel Sllva, disc shipped by mall or parcel post or advisory capacity. sold over the counter to the purchaser, long prominent .,In Mexican politics, la llipw 1,,,!.,,. ,uo.uuig tiling w,, t luut-i- l (if, n. nna.lKIa who carrle.i the goods home. As has been pointed out to Mr. De successor to Carranza. Tho only other enmlAtntn Rn fur il tflPMRAnil la f!nnernl Fnrc-.t- . siidi a movement, if iuatigu rated and made nation wide lu scope, Antonio Villareal, president of thn is certain to meet with enthusiastic convention. response It would serve a twofold purpose. First. It would give merchanMyrtle Wedding Wreaths. dise of American make wide advertisOn her wedding day the Danish ing, and. second. It would yield a large peasant girl wears u simple crown of revenue to the lied Cross fund used myrtle with her national costume for tlio lilltuaue purpose of keeping varying with the district, hut always toll deatli levies from charming and pots of myrtle are caredown the wounds sustained on the battlelleld. fully cherished by girlish hands The success of the Hod Cross Christthrough the long winters In anticipamas stamps is proof of what can be tion of tho great event done In thl-- direction, and Mr. De Forest lias evinced much Interest In the Feline Music. proposal that the same Idea lie employ, Scarlatti, the Italian composer, own-i- d ed, but along thu lines suggested to a cat which loved to walk on tho serve those of ull nations who fal' on keys a piano nnd y ofl'-claj dale-gateI IM.-Hi allies intend Kuropo shall be changed. "It will lie news to the people of Scotland nnd Ireland that their countries are apparently to be left alone, but Lngland is to be pushed into Devon ami Cornwall. France is to become an extended Alsace, and Lorraine disappears, and Germany proper ends Just beyond St. Petersburg. "Russia will consist of some swamps to the north, all the southern plains of the great empire of the czar being given either to Austria or formed Into n united Poland under Gorman protection." Printed on the reverse side of tills Imaginative map Is a fantastic outline of what some Germans think are the Intentions of tho allies. Englishmen will be pleased to learn their country intends to seize the northern provinces of Germany. Including the Kiel canal, that they think of handing over the whole of Austria-Hungarto Servia and that after pushing westward of Russia and eastward of France, Germany Is to be left a tiny little spot on the map somewhere In the vicinity of Nuremberg. "A friend, Just from Berlin, has brought back a map which explains in a popular manner what the Germans mean Europe should lie like in the fu- Villa ture and how the Germans believe the NOW SEEMS CERTAIN and Carranza Fight-It Ready to Out. Mexico City, Xov. 2. Carranza has telegraphed to tho Aguas Cnllentea convention urging n careful pn'rusal ot his note relative to his resignation before action is taken, so ns to avoid mistakes. Ho explained that he has not presented his resignation, but merely stands on tho counltious und.r which he would be willing to resign. He says that ho will present his when thu convention reports the fulfillment of these conditions. resin-nation Kl Paso, Xov. 2. To enforce tho retirement of General Carranza from the chief power in .Mexico, General Villa has ordered his troops to prepare at n the tiling BOX lino. of struck certain thut hasn't any horns." Detroit Free Press. Whenever You Need n General Tonic Take Orovo'ti The Old Staudard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as 'a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propcrticsof QUININ'15 and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up tbe Whole bystctn. 50 cents. PARTY AT BATTLE. uotes In preference to others. The composer took those notes ns the theme of sue of his fugues, which for that rea-io- n received tbe name of "Tho Cut Eight Americans Paid $SC0 to See the Engagement at Mons. .lames A Wakefield of Pittsburgh, who arrived from F.uropc, said that he and seven other Americans, ambitious to see a bittle. persuaded a Captain Autord of I lie French commissariat to take them within three miles of the rei'r of the engagement at Mons. They paid the obliging captain $100 each and A private lotter received lu Amsterwent in sprliu wagons, arriving lu the dam from" a high ofllclal In Berlin says evening as they were permitted Lieutenant General Count lloltnuth to go to as near thu Held. Von Moltke, chief of the German genlie said they could sis; little of actual eral staff, Is dying. destruction, but the air was scarred with exploding shells, farmhouses were Want ads. Bring Results burning nnd the noise was fearsome. Fugue." A Bungler. She (anxious to put him at his ease) What a nice dance. Mr. Smith! Vour jdep exactly suits mine. He (so nervous) I'm no glad! I know I'm such a wretched dancer. Brazil. Brazil Is h Portuguese term derived from bruzn, "n live coal," relative to the red dyewood with which tho coun-ir- y abounds. By one rood deed we uproot oselcss weed. maaj a; SAVED BY GRIGSBY S LIV VER-LATwlnir' X Phrnue, Grnv11lt, Tmm, Send Prominent This Testimonial From Crecer ot Thai Place March 0, IOI4. 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Mid-Wint- Patent Snow Drift flour is made under cleanly and sanitary conditions, is warranted ABSOLUTELY PURE and free from adulterations of any kind. Its purity and wholesomeness are its highest recommendations CALL FOR THE BAG WITH THE LOAF OF BREAD ON IT! er It Hardinsburg best, costs no more than the rest Mill & Elevator Co. is why not use it? Hardinsburg, Kentucky "Heaven is not gained lu a single Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. Brady had for their guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. But we build the ladder by which we rise L. P. Railley, La Crosse, Wisconsin. From the lowly earth to the vaulted Crider And May skies Misses Kllzabeth round by Alexander visited in Olen Dean last And we mount to its summit Holland. round." week. Mr. Charlie Miller, of Eddyville, has J.C. Payne was In Louisville Friday. returned home, after having t een the t, Mlssi-- s Mary Heron and Eliza guest of relatives. Louisville, spent the week end of Will Moore, of Fisher, was In town with their parents. on business Saturday. Mrs. Marcarct Chamberlain attendMr. Robert Smith Is the guest of his ed the Executive Committee of the daughter, Mrs. A. M. Klncheloe. Olubj at the Women's Federation of Mrs. C. E. Haswell and Mrs. Will Scelbach. Hensley spent Tuesday with Mrs. Ethel Misses Hva Carrlgan and Edith Moorman at her home near Hnrned. guests Lewis had for their week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jolly came up Misses Viola Lewis, Eva McLaughlin, from Eddyville last Tuesday to visit his Louisof Oweushoro, and Leon Lewis, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jolly. Pig-got- "A woman with a stylish 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 feathers, Numidi, feather fancies and touches of flowers, most effective styles in Sailors, Turbans, Toques, and close-fittin- g black and the fashionable ' colors. THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Does a Strictly Legitimate Banking Business This Enables us to be Always Safe and Strong When in Need of Anything Come to us T 12J ville. Dr. W. A. Walker and daughter, Miises Kuby Haynes and Elizabeth Mildred, were in Bewleyville last week. returned from a Moorman Hook have Clover-port- . C. M. Payne, of Hnrned, and Sam visit to Miss Lida May English, Carden, of Basin Spring, were in town last Friday. Mrs. Sallie Hastings hs returned to Mr. Will Htnsley went to Glen Dean the guest White Mills. She has been Saturday to see his little granddaughT. Marshall. of Mrs. Robertson. of Louisville, spent ter, Elnora l. I). Calloway, mother, Mrs. Fidelia Mrs. Clara Ball, of Louisville, is the his Sunday with guest of her sister-i- n law, Mrs. Hardee Galloway. 30I 30I '. gret Chamberlain Siturday The Garden Club met with Mrs. Mar afternoon. Kev. L K. May, of Calhoun, a former pastor of the M. E Church, was in town Friday calling on old friends. Mis, Sirah Haynes. of West Point will arrive this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Hook. d Wilbur Parks, of Louisville, spent witli Dr. and Mrs. S. P. the week-enPark. Meilame-. O. Misses Ruth Kineheloe and Eliza Marslall, W. J. Piugott, Nora Hoard. Louisville to enter and Rev. J. T. Miller have gone to Sue Jolly, T. J. Wade, schocl. Wade and W. J I'mgott attended the J no. P. Haswell, Jr., of Louisville, Frakes Scott wedding at Ilewleyville has been in town. Thursday Mr. John Alexander has gone to Mr. Edward Kelly, of Louisville, , Mrs. Custer to visit frieuds and vote. spent Sunday with his .slsti-rStudy our stock of jewelry for your Cenia Owings. W. 1). Ashcraft. of I'.randen-bur- g, Christmas wants. T. C. Lewis. Mrs. Last Thursday the following went to has been the guest of Mrs. J. M. Messrs. Paul Rough Creek to fish: Henderson. Hook-- , Miss Virginia Head entertained a Compton, Leslie Walker, T. J. Hook. number of the younger set to a Hal- Z C. Ilemlrick and J. O. Miss Mary Xevitt and Mr. Cartel, of lowe'en puty Saturday evening. Basin Spring, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Laruo Cox returned from Louisville Friday, where she has been un- Mrs. John Akers Sunday. Miss Mary Sheeran and brother, der treatment at the, IUaconess HosRaymond Sheeran, visited in McQuady pital. Sebastian Lottman, a representative last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Jarboe, of of Moure Oil Co., Cincinnati, sprnt several days of last week In our town. New Hsthel, visited Mrs. Vera Jarboe Kev. Moitfield filled his regular ap- last Wednesday. Mrs Rachel Dejurnette spent last pointment at the Cumberland Presbyweek with Mr. aud Mrs Hubert De terian chinch Sunday. L. B. Mocrman, A X. IJ. Sanders and Win Win-icl- l wore in Cunnelton Saturday. Thos. Leaf vho is very low with heart trouble is improving. Hugh Gardner, of Lowisport, spent Sunday at the home of his' Mrs. Margaret Payne father, C. S. Gardner. Hall Mrs. Will Darst, of Cloverport, is Forest Polk, of Shaibvillc, ar One who loves to make the guest of her son, who is attending rived Wednesday to be at the bed school at St. Homauld's, and Mrs. hats that are lovely. side of his grandfather, Arad Leaf Charlie Mattingly. who is critically ill of Malaria and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McOary are able Kentucky acute indigestion. Irvington, been conto b3 o t again, after having fined to their home for some time. Mrs. Wm Tinsley was in Cun-- I Mr. and Mrs. John O'Reilly, Sr., nelton Friday shopping. went to Glen Dean Saturday to see the M. E. Church, South, at both Mrs. Wood Weathcrholt was in Miss Maud Smith, who has a very bad morning and evening services Sunday Friday. case of typhoid fever. began a series Cannelton shopping Rev. Robert Johnson of meetings at Kirk Sunday evening. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days For regular action of the bowels; easy, uaturnl movements, relief of constipation, try Doan's Regulets. 25c Make Yourself Comfortable This Winter by Wearing Good Clothes Clothing for Men and Boys Smart, Comfortable, warm Overcoats of high-grad- e materials in good assortment. fit well and give that look of conThey fidence and prosperity. H VTS, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR and HOSIERY line in men's department. an up-to-d- ate Handsome Coats for Women and Misses Tailored effects Your dniBElst wilt refund money If PAZO all stores. OINTMENT falls lo cure any case of Itchinc, Blind, B1eedldKorrrotrtillnKPIlesln6tol4days, The first application elves Ease and Rest. 50c, Successful at '8 llrcckinridge Circuit Court, I.ucy Hardin, &c, I'laintiff Against r No. Marion McGaock, Ac, r.ainttff J 3628 Ily Operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Elder went this week to Louwvillo where SALE. Mrs. Elder had a cataract removed successfully. Mrs. Elder has Kentucky been blind for Equity . I. B. RICHARDSON GARFIELD o 10 i51l IOE KENTUCKY )t IOEZZ) Only One "UROMO QUININE" To tret the cemiltie, call for lull name. LAXADROJIO Sale of Hreckiuruliie Circuit Court, ren TIVE ukuvu. UUININH. Looltforsienatureoi cures a toia in unc uuy, oiua IS, w. dered at October '1 erm thereof, 1914, in cough aud headache, aud works off cold. 25c. cause, for the sa.e of the herein- the above virtureofajudgement and Orderof atler de cubed real estate, and all costs heieiu. t shall proceed to offer for sa e at the Court lluiisc door 111 lianunsmtrg, to the highest bidder, at l'ublic Auction 011 IFor Sale! On Easy Terms at Once horse mules horse mule horse colt mare colt 2 -old -old at Mrs. J. J. Tilford entertained, the League Wednesday Housekeepers' afternoo.i. A very interesting proMrs. Margaret gram was presented. Chamberlain gave a splendid talk in regard to the meeting of the International Congress of Farm Women, which she attended at Wichita, Kau. Hesides the regular club members a number of guests were present. Delicious brick cream and angel food were served Miss Klisha Voutsler, of Uranden-burg- , was in town last week. Mrs. C. Deweese, of Fordsvllle, has returned home, after a visit to her parenti, Mr. and Mrs J J Tilford. Jurnette. Dr. John E. Kineheloe was in Louis- ville last week. Miss Kathleen Hoben spent the week-enwith Miss Maud Smith near Glen Dean. J. T. Hoben made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mrs. Roland Smith has returned to her home in Slephensport, after a visit to Mrs. W. H. Ljnnon. Miss Marline Monarch returned home from Louisville last Friday night. MUs Monarch has been the guest of her cousin, Miss Agnes Hoard, for the past two months. We are back of every article we sell. ' Miss Maggl J Handy lias neen seri- Our uord is as good as our bond. T. C. ously ill. Lewis Miss Waller Wilson, of McQuady, Mrs. Mareia Maltinglv left Saturday arrived Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. for her home In Evansville, Ind., after Luther Wilson. a visit to her son and other relatives. Mrs. Lou Dowell will be hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton have the W. F. M, S of the Presbyterian returned home. They will go to housechurch Thursday afternoon. keeping this week. Miss Nettle Ncalus, of Cluston, his The High School boys played a game been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hollie of football Saturday against the ElizNeafuu abeth boys. The score was 7(1:0 in faThe Si'Iioq' Improvement League will vor of our boys. .neet Fudav afternoon Cure; QM Scr::, Utter Beraecles Won't Curt nng Handing, The wirJ t.iw i, " nutter of bo ly llic wonderful, old reliable Dr. are im-l'orlcr'4 Aiillv.olic Healing Oil. It relieve! l'aiu mi Ileal j al tbc lame Urn;. S5c, 00c, Sl.00. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Uaptist church will hold their reg ular monthly meeting at the church Saturday afternoon. The Kltigswood male quartet sang at upon a credit ot Countv Court mouths, the fol Twc.ve and Twenty-lou- r lowing uescnoea liroocnr. t certain tiact or parcel of land situate, ! 111 the county ot iircCKiii' ing and being rniL'ti and state of Kentucky on the wa ters of Honey Locust Creek, a branch of the Tarlork of Clover Ureek and bounded as follows: lleiiiuning at a stake corner ot the laud Ueretolore laid on tor joim II McCavock, thence with his hue N. 87 V. 68 poles to a stake and Spanish oak. thence with the same N. 41 V. 232 poles to three white oaks, John's corner ot the Spearns tract, thence N. 9 poles to to stake, tlience east 220 poles passing a hicnory aud sugar tree corner at the branch, same course continuing in mi ;2 Doles to a stake 111 Jiurray s urn: ! soul 123 no es to me cuii tun tuiue in all 148 po.es to the center of the crecK ineiue up me crceK wmi na anders to the original line ok said Me Uuvock tract thence with a line 01 uie same, south 6 poles to the beginning containing by estimation 300 acres, be the same more or less, unu is wc oumc land conveyed to John II. McCavock by Frances K .McCavock Hud wife, b deed dated Jan. lil, 1888 and recorded 111 the llreckiutidge County Court Clerk's ollice in deeil book "'." at lage.U7. Also certain lauds conveyed to Johu II. MeCavook bv G. C. McCavock, ex ecutor ot Robert McCavock, by deed dated October 8, 1883, and recorded in said Clerk's office in deed book No. 38 at page 393, the metes aul bounds of which are not given. The purchaser, w ith approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of Replevin bonds. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Hidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Mil? WALLS. Commissioner CARRIli U. DOWUM, Deputy lu-w11 tiu-nci1 Monday the 23rd day ol November, 1914, one o clock ji. iu.,orlllereaiHui oeuiK Kiiest of Jliss Until Ilarned was the week-enher parents, Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Ilarned. Kev. Charles llruiugton filled his ap1 pointment at the Cumberland Presbyterian church here Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Osborn, who have been living in Co orado, have come back to 1 Kentucky and bought the 1'auly place on Sinking creek and will reside there. 1 Mrs Will Davis and children, of McQuady, are guests of her parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Abe llruner. 3 Mrs. Harry Kennedy is very low at this writing and not expected to live but And also my farm of 60 acres. Good dwelling, a short time. Mrs. Cora I'riest had a nice young (8,000) of fairly good barn and about eight-thousan- d cow killed by the train last Friday. lumber to .build a stock barn and other buildings. Miss Nancv Hoard had as dinner guests Sunday, Misses Nell Casliman, KfTie Coleman aud Lydia Macy. Call or write Mrs. Virgil Smith took her Sundayclass out Saturday afternoon for school an outing. They gathered grapes and nuts, had a nice lunch, heard a good book read and had a nice time. Mrs. Nannie Dowell is home from I.oulsville on a visit to her parents, Mr. morning until the close of the sale Sat- Mury Haynes, Mary McCoy and Ida Dowell; Messrs. Eric LeGraud, Taylor, and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. urday Dowell, Verda Drown, Austin Dowell,' Protracted meeting will begin nt the The meeting at the llaptlst church Presbyterian church on Thursday before closed l'riday night, with baptising at Dallas Springgate and Macy. Kev Lost Kun Saturday morning. the fourth Sunday hi November. Kev. C. I., llruiugton was the guest of I'ive weie T. 11. Henderson, of Owensboro, will baptled as a result of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). I.eGrand Sunday. help in the meeting. Miss Peurl Htillock was the guest of Miss Ollie Marr had as her guests Iva Cray's four days' sale was largely I.aura I.eOraiid Thursday. Sunday Misses Sallie and Lottie Macy attended, and was quite a success in ev- Mr. and Mrs. V. II. I.eC.raud had as and Myra llruner: Messrs. Charlie Pool crv way heveu cierws were kcju imsy Wednesday their dinner guests Sunday: Misses and Alvah Dashnm. from the time of opening d gray stallion gray mare (large) -old 6 head of Sheep; head of calves ' E. E. GLASSCOCK, Locust Hill, Ky. T IRVINGTON PHARMACY, The Drug Store That Saves You Money