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The Breckenridge news: June 9, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915060901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 9, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $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 THAT'S VOL. XXXIX SON SLAUGHTERED NEAR In FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages DECORATION DAY CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1915. No. 49 K. P. Mid-Summ- er I X V 0WENSB0R0 MARRIAGES DENTAL ASSOCIATION Will Hold Its Annual Meeting MEETINGCLOSED JJEETS HAWESVILLE 5 Prominent by Father-Whi- Self Defense Young People Beautiful Weddings n any Quesls Present. skey Causes Terrible Tragedy in the Home of Lon Adkins. FRANK ADKINS DEAD. An extra edition of the Hancock Clarion carried news of the sad tragedy which happened Sunday afternoon when nt the home of Lon Adkins, when he shot one of his sons to death and probably fatally wounded another. Willie and Frank Adkins, who reside near Uawesville, somewhat under the influence of liquor drove to the home of their father, Lon Adkins, who lives in Will the Chambers neighborhood. Adkins went for the purpose of getting his 9 year old son, Cicero, who had been making his home with his grandfather, since the death of his mother four years ago. A year ago his father married again and Sunday went for the purpose of taking him to his own home, but the boy did not want to leave his grandfather. Mr. Adkins told his son it was all right if Cicero wanted to go, but he did not think he was in a condition to take care of the child. Will Adkins commanded his son to return with him, This brought but the boy objected. cruel words which Frank Adkins re- However, luked his brother severely. they started off reconciled without Cicero and invited their mother to come to see them. As they were leaving, their father said: "Boys, the next time you come to my house, come sober and see if you can behave yourselves." the two men started toward their father, who ran for his revolver. "Boys, don't come in," warned the father. They paid no attention and ran the father, through the house, yard and orchard They did not heed and Will, raised a hoe handle as if to strike his father, who fired his pistol. The bullet struck Will in the upper part of the After Will was shot Frank stomach kept rushing on his father, who fired on him, the bullet entering his heart. Frank Adkins dropped dead. Lon Adkins. the father, is heart broken and Mrs. Adkins is inconsolable. Frank Adkins leaves a wife, five chil dren and two step daughters. Will Adkins has the one sou, Cicero Adkins. The physicians say he will recover. Lon Adkins had his examining trial Simul-taneouily Forty-sixtA beautiful wedding was that of to Mr. the Kentucky State Dental Aaanel.i. Miss Martine McCulloch Charles Wylie Vilas, of Cleveland, tlon will be held at Ashland, begin Ohio, which was brilliantly celebrated ning on Tuesday and continuing three at noon on Saturday, at the home of days. The sessions will be presided the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. over by Dr. 0. D Wilson, of thi city, W. McCulloch, In Frederics street. who is president of this association. Rev. E. 8. FitzOerald, pastor of St. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson will leave for Paul's Catholic church, Impressively Ashland this afternoon. Other dentists performed the ceremony, before a from here will also attend the. meet large assemblage of friends and rela- ing The Dresident's address bv Dr. Wil tives nf the couple. son will be delivered on the afternoon One of the Interesting weddings of of the first day. He will also act as the spYlng was that of Miss Janey toastmastor at the banquet. The second and third day will be Woodson to Mr. William Overstreet, which was beautifully solemnized at devoted to Illustrated lectures, clinics, elections of 7:30 o'clock. on Tuesday evening, at the etc., and the annual home of the bride's parents, Mr. and officers. Owensboro Inquirer. Mrs. Urey Woodson, In South Freder-le- a h at No Visible Results, ButSermbns Observed Here Sunday Appro Annual Meeting of Ashland, Beginning on Tuesof Strength and Courage priate Exercises Held By Kentucky Press' at Olympian day. Were Received by Christians. Knights and Woodmen A Springs. The annual meeting at Special Address. The Rev. G. W. of Hummell, street. Goes Into Partnership. The Rev. E. E. Bomar, pastor of the Milton Squires has joined partner First Baptist church, performed the ship with James Bishop in his general ceremony, in the presence of a number machine shop here. Mr. Squires is an of relatives and friends of the couple. agreeable man in business and success Owensboro Messenger. is promised him and Mr. Bishop. Western Star Chapter to Meet June 19. Hardlnsburg, June 7. (Special.) Western Star Chapter, No. 20, will meet Saturday, June 10, at 3 o'clock p. m. for conference of all chapter degrees. Supper 7:30 p. m. All Royal Arch Masons invited. Team from Louisville will confer the degrees. J. Whltwortb, H., P. Andrew Driskell, Secy. Jones-Smi- th. The marriage of Miss Lucile Jones and Mr. Turner Beale Smith was sol emnized in Elizabethtown last Wednesday afternoon at the bride's home. Mr. Smith is the brother of Mrs. Hugh Wood, of this city. Mrs. Wood and her mother, Mrs. Kitchen, met Mr. and Mrs. Smith in Louisville Thuisday and were entertained at the Seeibach. Day's left for his home Friday night after giving a series of most helpful sermons at the Methodist church. While no results wern visible, the meeting was a benefit aud a pleasure to many. Through the entire week Rev. Hummell continuously read the scripture, prayed and preached so that many were helped He gave lengthy readings fromthc Bible, saying that all the words he could say would not be as great as those. He prayed in gratitude that everywhere are found the few who are faithful. One of the best sermons he preached was about Job not about his patience but his s triumph with Christ over Satan. Job In all his atllictions, he believed in God and trusted him. His great belief made him a victorious man. ''When you have disappointments, failure in business, clothes that are out of style, a husband who falls to meet the bills, a wife who frets and worries, if you can still keep love in your heart and know that God Is with you, you shall triumph. If you are left on a rock with no one, but God, you are safe These are some ot the thoughts from his sood sermon about the man who is remembered for his patience. Rev. Hummell said the meanest words In the English language when they are put together are: "I told you so " The Knights of Pythias and the Modern Woodmen of America observed Decoration Day in Cloverport Sunday. The members of both lodges marched to the cemetery and held appropriate exercises. A special address was delivered for the Knights of Pythias Lodge by Reuben Miller Holland, of Owensboro. Many beautiful flowers were placed on the graves. The Modern Woodmen were dressed in white uniform aud carried their emblems. A large attendance of the members was had by both lodges. Meeting of the Division Board of Education No. 2. A large delegation of Kentucky newspaper folk took a special C. & 6. train In Louisville Monday morning to attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association, at Olympian Springs. June Mr. J. Curtis Alcock, secretary of the association, who has been exceptionally busy In the service of the organization dining tile past four weeks, predicts that the meeting will be an unusually large one, several hundred having signified that they would attend. An Informal reception at the Olympian Springs Hotel on Monday will precede the formal opening on Tuesday morning at I) o'clock. The president, James R. Lemon, of the Mayfield Messenner. will make his address at this meeting, and Gov. M. H. Thatcher, of Louisville, will make the address of welcome. Pleasure Sadly Ended. Excursion Saturday. The handsome excursion boat, Homer Smith, of West Virginia, will be run from Cloverport to Owensboro SaturThe Rev. Mr. Penick, of Hodgenville, day, June 12. The tickets are fiO cents will deliver a sermon at the Methodist and 25 cents for children. The boat church in this city Sunday morning by has created much interest here. lis the invitation of the pastor. He will capacity is 3,000 people. be accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Penick, of Garfield. While Stores Close Early. here they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Penick. Mr. Penick is one All the Cloverport grocery and mer of the best known young ministers in cantile stores will close at six o'clock the Methodist Conference. every evening during the summer exWill Hodgenville Pastor Preach Sunday. Residences Improved. The house belonging to Edward McAfee, in Second street, has been repainted and repaired, and the Fraize house, in St. Rose Court, has undergone many improvements. Both houses are very attractive in their fresh coats of paint. cept Saturday nights and "pay night." Fine Strawberries. John D. Babbage received last week a gallon of the largest strawberries that has ever been seen. They were sent Mr. Babbage by William Mat- tingly, of Buechel, Ky. .from his farm on Rural Route No. 10, box 179. Mr. Mattlngly is making a success in growing small fruits, and the berries he tent were certainly fine evidence of his work and prosperity. The editor of The Breckenridge News appreciates be ing remembeied and Is glad to see what his subscribers are accomplishing. Monday evening about nine o'clock Miss Marie Hlrchler, of Tell Cily, met death by drowning when she attempted to step from a gasoline boat and missed her footing. The young lady stepped between two barges and was never seen again, as the tioilv must have struck one of the barges when it rose. She had been with a party of school friends on a iishlng trip, aud was returning when the ac cident occurred. In less than a min ute she was gone from view and the assistant. Minute recorded, approved and rethe current carried her beneatli the barge from whore she had stepped. ceived JOHN A. BLYTHE, A diligent search for the body was begun Immediately, her body being Secretary. found Friday afternoon. Pursuant to law and at the call of chairman, T. M. Bates, Division Board Teachers Elected. No. 2, Breckenridge county, In Cloverport, Ky., for the purpose of electing Teachers elected for the comma- teachers for the various districts for school term arc as follows: the ensuing schoolastic year. The Glen Dean Passed. districts were called In order, beginMoorman School Miss Sada Hall. ning with No. 1. Morton School Nellie Sheeran. No. 1, New Bether Miss Theresa McOuady No. fl Miss Ella Whit. Roland. tinghill. No. 2, Balltown Miss Settie Falls. McQuady Andrew Driskell. nrin. No. 3, Hazel Dell No election. cipal, Miss Ruth Chambliss, assistant. No. 4, Hickory Lick No election. Mattlngly School Miss Annistalia No. a, t'isgah Mrs. W. C. Pate. Mattingly. No. 6, Hardins Miss Mina Pate. Popular Run Mrs. Mary Brown. No. 7, Uites Run Miss Alyce Wag-oneFalrview Preston Cooper. Balltown Miss Chrissle Wroe. No. 3, Persimmons Flat E. Stuart Rock Lick Miss Eluiina Lyons. Babbnge. Whittinghlll Miss Helen Whlttine- No. 9, Holt, Miss Cecile Dix. hill. No. 10, Floods Miss Sallie Meador Jackson School Miss Mary Sheeran. No. II. Tuckers No election. Overton School Miss Lois Baker. No. 12, Tar Fork Paul McCoy. Np. 13, Sample Mrs. J. A. Marshal. West Point Citizen No. M, Tauls Miss Pelecla Allen. No 15, McGavocks Nelly Beatty. Found Dead in Bed. Cloverport Colored School Silas E. Dean, principal, Mrs. Rosa Green, r. Much Interest in yesterday. Engagement Announced. Mrs. Harper Dead. ve The Rev. J. T. Rushiog and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Harper died at her home Rushing have announced the engage- In Webster Friday at the age of sixty-fiment of their daughter. Miss Georgia years. She leaves a husband and Rushing, to Mr. Louis Nunn Sacrey, of seven children. Her sons are: M., Bagdad, Ky. The marriage will take John, Chas., Allle, Ben and J. HarJoe place Thursday, June 24. per, the daughter is Miss Mamie Harper. The burial took place at Webster, Cincinnati Cooperage Beautiful Improvements. the Rev. J. F. Wade conducting the Company Discontinued, services. The residence of Judge Thos. Wroe and Mrs. Wro has recently been painted white with no color trimmings. The place Is beautiful this summer as Smith-Hoben. Ilrown's, the ice cream parlor and candy kitchen, has an interesting con test on. With every uickle a chance to draw a letter is given. If you get the letters to spell Ilrown's, aud the first to get to tile restaurant on July 5, you will get $5. Much interest is taken in the contest. One ice cream fiend has Brow, just three more letters to get. William Lynch, of Irvin, Ky., was here last week on business. Mr. Lynch said that the Cincinnati Cooperage Co., with which he has been connected for Lee Smith and William Miss Maud seventeen years, has discontinued busimany improvements have recently Hoben were married at Axtel, Ky., at ness entirely. Evelyn Clark, the man bean made. Cloverport Is a town of eight o'clock Wednesday morning. The ager, is now in Colorado, where he Is beautifully kept homes. Rev. Joseph Odendall officiated. Mr. Clark's family is with in business. him. of disinfecting exposed pens at the Bourbon stockyards, will be completed today, aud the report from Louisville is to the effect that conditions arc very satisfactory. It is expected that the entire yards will be open Monday under the same conditions which prevailed before the last slight outbreak of foot and mouth disease develoyed. On Monday Indiana will be absolutely freed of quarantine with the exY. W. C. A. Delegate. ception of the Belt Line stockyards which will remain under limited quarMiss Judith Ellen Beard, of Hardins-burantine. The general situation as to was elected delegate by the disease is very satisfactory. Lexington Y. W. C. A. to the annual convention at Blue Ridge, North CaroPolk-Payn- e. lina. g, Brown's Contest Now. James Brewster Jewell, forty-fivformer employe ot the Kosmosdale Cement Works, at Kosmod.ile, was found dead in bed last Friday morning when his wife went to summons him to breakfast. He had been in ill health for .some time, and it is believed that heart trouble Quarantine Will Soon be Lifted. caused his death. lie is survived by his Washington. June. The agricul- widow, his mother, one (laughter and a tural department states that the work sister. Vine Grove Sentinel. Leave Soon For the West. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kingsbury and their daughter, Miss Helen Kingsbury, and his mother, Mrs. Lora Kingsbury, will leave the last of this month for Tulare, California, to make their home. Their residence here was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Lurkin Gibson. The Kingsburys are leaving lifelong friends in Cloverport, whose good wishes will always follow them. In Tulare they will be met by Mrs. Kingsbury's sister, Mrs. Stith, and Mrs. Mary Dunn, formerly of Cloverport. Mr. Lishen Busy. Miss Kroush Dead. McQuady Milling Go. THE FARMER'S FRIEND Before Selling Your Wheat Get Our Prices McQUADY Union Star, June 7. (Special. ) Miss Dolly Kroush died Saturday morning, Days Rain on Corn June 5, after" a lingering illness. The Hawkins Smith said Monday that for funeral took place Sunday from the twenty-on- e days rain had fallen on his Methodist church, South, conducted by crop of 200 acres of corn. That he had Rev. Henry Hoffman. not been able to get his plows going, but he started three cultivators and five single plows to work Monday in spite of the rain, and trusting for a little Twenty-on- e Miss Mayme L. Polk and Mr. Lloyd Carl Lishen, dealer in roofing maM. Payne, of Tobinsport, were married terial, guttering, spouting, etc., has at Cannelton last Tuesday morning. had all the work he could do in the last The marriage took place at the Meth- two weeks. Mr. Lishen has opened a odist parsonage, Rev. C. E. Ketchara shop in Elm street. Mr. Lishen says: officiated. They were accompanied by "Short settlements make lasting Mr. Floyd Kinder and Miss Frances friends," and is a good collector as well Sheldon. as a good worker. sunshine. Visit Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry and son, Miller Ferry, left Monday for Atlantic City. Mr. Ferry, master mechanic of the L., H. & St. L. Ry. shops, will attend two railroad conventions while there. They will be gone two weeks. Only One More Sale Tuesday, June 15th Bookstore Bankrupt. Proceedings in involuntary bankruptcy were instituted against Charles T. Dearing, proprietor of the Pea ring book store on Fourth street in Louisville. The petition was filed by three creditors, who gave the amounts alleged due them as follows: Gibson Art Company, Cincinnati, $350; C. K. Merrill, New York, $16.30; Gottschalk, Dreyfuss Se Davis, New York, $237 55. Mr, and Mrs. R, L. Weldou and son, George Weldon, of Owensboro, were guests of Mr, and Mrs, J. Byrne Severs Sunday, barn and get ready 'for next crop. Remember Tuesday, June 15th is the last sale. Bring us your tobacco. will wind up our business for the present year. Our last sale was the best one of the season, prices ranging from $2.00 to $10.00. Now is your chance to clean up your MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Breckinridge Loose Leaf TobaccoWarehouse Hardlnsburg, Kentucky INCORPORATES 4 IRVINGTON Mu-Gh- COOPER TELLS UNION STAR. I Mrs. John SiimUge 'and Chris WHY TANLAC spent Wednef. of llramlt-nburg- , day with Mr. and Mrs. K. II. McOhee. Big balloon ascension June Hi. the IS third day of Itenrd's Red Tag Sale. See their big ud for (i.irtlculars. Miss Margaret Connlffspent the week Because the Preparation Con end in Louisville. tains Real Merit. He Says in Mrs. It. N. Miller, of Indianapolis, arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. Statement. J. PlggoU. Mrs. Addle Mrown and randdaugh- successful with "If I have ter, Anule Mae Wilson, went to Har Tanlac," says L.ben Cooper, "it Is be T, dinsburg Satiirday to visit Mrs. Julia Rev. Hoffman Tilled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sunday. Big balloon ascension June tO, the third day of Beard's Red Tag Sale. See their big ad for particulars. Mrs. Fanny B. Severs returned Sat urday from Louisville where sne con cluded a two weeks visit to James J and Miss Francis Severs. Miss Llss Cashmau is indisposed. R. H. Bassett, Frank Curry, I O, Jolly and Herbert Krousli attended church at Stephensport this week. Mrs. Horace McCoy and son, Stlth, returned Thursday from Bewleyville, after a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy, Clover port, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. McCoy. Mrs. H. L. Bruner and baby went to Owensboro Thursday. They will be accompanied home by Miss Florence Bruner, who has been attending Owens boro College since January. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Severs have named their daughter Etta Victoria. Mrs. Bettie Fenwick (nee Roberts) is critically ill at the home of her niece, near Mooleyville. Mrs. Geo. E. Schriber and daughters, of South Orange, N. J., will arrive the latter part of June to spend the sum mer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Richardson. Jesse Curry, who returned to near Vlncennes, Ind., where he contracted smallpox, writes that there are a num ber of cases yet in that vicinity, but of a mild type and no fatalities. Thirty pounds sugar for $1. Beard's big ad tells how to get it. Miss Virginia Helm Mllner will return from Louisville where she is attending the L. G. H. school about the 15th, to spend her vacation with her parents, Dr. Wm. L. Mllner and Mrs. Mllner. Mrs. Samuel McAfee and son, Claude, anticipate a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McAfee and Miss Delia McAfee, of Russellville, in the near future. Mrs. Sue Cart attended church Sun day. She is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Dowell, near towu. The two interesting sermons deliv ered by Rev. W. F. Cashman, of Rus sellville, last week were greatly appre elated. He expects to assist in a meet ing at this place at some future time Mrs. L. A Cart returned Thursday from Aduison after a brief visit to Mrs Black. Mrs. J. D. Cashman, of Keokuk, la is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. J Crosson. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Harmon. Joe Hoard, of Havana, Cuba, is the guest of Georgo Hoard and Dale Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Younger and Eudora Younger have returned to Lou isville after a visit with Mr. and Airs. R. B. McGtothlan. Miss Minnie Woolfolk spent the week end In Brandenburg. Lewis Hcrudon arrived Thursday from Rus.sellvllle to spend his summer vacation with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herndon. Thirtv pounds of sucarfor it. Beard's big ad tells how to get it. Rev. Wil.son delivered two sermons at the Cuinbeiland Presbyterian church Sunday. Misses Mattie Howe and Jessye Hop- wood, of Lewispoit, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hook were in Louisville lust week. Miss Nell Hramlette is visiting Miss Katheriue Cox in Guston. C. A. Penick is' remodeling Fred Hrite's residence on Maple street. Mrs. S P. Parks and Jess Herndon, Jr., spent Thursday in Brandenburg. Dr. L. B. Moreman was in Louisville last week attending medical lectures. Johu Gibson and Harold Parks are home from Lexington to spend vacation days with their parents. Mrs. Anna Foote has returned to Owensboro after a few days visit with Mrs. Nora Board. Friends of J. D. Ashcraft are glad to know he is convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks are visiting in Carmi, III. Mrs. J. J. rilford. of Fordsville. will spend Wednesday with Mrs. Adele Connlir. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bishop, of Clover-por- t, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Low Bishop. Children's day exercises were held at cause the preparation contain! real merit. "Tanlac Is the result of many years of arduous study by my principal In fact the two of us liae chemist. carefully watched its development from the beginning of the experimental tests to its present high state of Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. efficiency. "In cases of catarrhal affections of the mucus membranes, stomach, liver, and kidney complaints, I believe there is nothing sd far discovered that will equal the action of Tanlac. "Ever and anon someone suggests suncthlng that may tend to better our conditions, whether it may appertain to our health, our business, or our sociological state. It has, therefore, been my pleasure this time to olTer to the world Tanlac. When I came to Luu.sville, I stated that the success of the medicine would be as great in this city as it I otlered Tanlac upon was elsewhere. its merits, knowing full well thai it would prove satisfactory if properly tested. The success the preparation has achieved here In Louisville Is ample evidence that my confidence in Tanlac s well placed. A large percentage ot your best people are now using the preparation, and they are dally testifying to its excellent worth as a medicine of exceptional value in instances of ca tarrh, stomach, liver, and kidney de rangements, nervons debility, and In cases where a superior tonic is Tis true that the demand for Tanlac has been large, but no larger Louisville Is than I had expected. only awakening to an appreciation of the full value or such a preparation. Tanlac's success in your city will be even greater. Tanlac, the premier preparation, Is Introduced in Cloverport by Wedding's drug store, and in Irvlngton by Irving ton Pharmacy. C. C. Brock, in Louisville for a few days. Rev. Odie Penick, wife and children, of Hodgensville, are the guests of their parents near Cutter. The cherry crop here has been un Mrs. Mary usually good this year. Nichols has such an abundant crop. Had two orders last week for one hundred gallons each; besides the many others that were for smaller amounts. Heard's 30 pounds of sugar for $l.oo. Big Ad. tells how to get it. Mrs. Ed Smith Is here from Louis ville, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sell Hobbs. Mr and Mrs. Harvy Trlplett ,and children, of Irvlngton, were guests of her mother, Mrs. Ella Mattingly, last Wednesday. Mrs. Louisa Horsley has been visit ing relatives at Pigh Plains for several DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: 8 1 a. m.ito 12 M. p. m. to 5 p. m. Always In office during 0 co hours 111 Irvlngton, Ky. CORN AND HAY! you money. either corn or hay in large or small lots write or phone us--will save we If you need weeks. Miss Bettie Kincheloe, of Hardins- burg, was here Sunday in the Interest of the Sunday school work, and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. 1- B. TAYLOR & SONS, y- - Basham. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Fulkerson, of Highland Park, who have been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marr, returned home Monday. Big balloon ascension Wednesday, REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS the third day of Heard's Red Tag Sale. See their Big Ad. for June 16 Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grand son of old "A Wonder," the famous Biir Type boar. 1 1711 win weign up to Ann pounds. Prices $2U and $25. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 HL the Presbyterian church Sunday Wintering Cows. Can you imagine a cow living on dry food full of worms, dust and parasites all winter long without shewing badly in the .spriugV Get rid of these gurms and parasites and the cow will look much better and give more milk. it. A Thomas' Stock Remedy is straight medicine and If It doesn't freo your cow of intestinal parasites, It costs you nothing. It is just as good for horses and sheep. For sale by Vedding's drug store. Clover-por- t, Ky. STEPHENSPORT Dr. O. K. Kurgtison was in Owensboro a few days last week. Big balloon ascension June I(J, the of Beard' Red Tug Sale. See third their big ad for particulars. Quite u ciowd from a distance attended the meeting Saturday. The workers are very zealous for the cause, and much interest is beiug manitested. Mrs. A. C. McICaughan has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends. Miss Henrietta Shively is at home Mrs. C. F. Basham is ill following an from Owensboro after a six weeks attack ot acute indigestion. course in music. Mrs. Mary Robertson spent last week Miss Mary Gibson, of Cloverport, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs, the guest of Miss Marion Dix. Miss Henrietta Ahl, of Kvacsville, is Mary Beauchamp, of Mystic. M. S. and I. O. Jolly attended the visiting Miss Ksther Payne. funeral of their relative, Herbert Keys, Mrs. Rosa Bennett left Thursday at Walnut Grove Sunday. alter an extended visit to Mrs. S. A. Rev. Hoffman was the guest of Mr, Bennett. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson and Mrs, Thirty pounds of sugar for 1. Beard's Fanny B. Severs and family Saturday big ad tells how to get It. and Sunday. Mrs. Nettie Sandefur, of Hebbards-ville- , Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman and who has been visiting Mrs. G. E. daughters, Nellie and Lucy, spent Sun Sv ively, has returned home. day here. They were accompanied who Mrs. Almon Ramsey, who has been home by Miss Liss Cashman will make an indefinite visit. seriously ill, is improving. Miss Uewey Dejarnette, of Hardins-burU visit'ng her cousin, Miss Zelma Bell. g, Greatly Benefited Chamber lain's Liniment by Mrs. Andrew Gier, of Louisville, is here, the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. Whitworth Mr. George Bell, of Allen, Texas, Is here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Hell and Mr. and Mrs. Joe How- lett came to Kentucky two weeks ago with the remains of their brother, Jim Bell, who died at Allen, Texas, and was brought to Lebanon Junction and buried by the side of his first wile (nee Miss Kate Howlett. Master Wilbur Mattingly, of Custer, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lannie Pool, this week. Mrs. Asa Norton, of Norton's Vallev, and the Misses Harned were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Basham Sunday. Born to the wife of Mr. Lloyd Has ham, June 2, a girl Ellen Evelyn Basham. Mr. anu airs, uen Harper were called to Webster last Saturday to at tend the funeral of his mother, Mrs Henry Harper. Lttle Paul Whitworth, whs has been in Louisville In school this spring, is home again. euasc .THE TRINIDAD'LAKE'ASPHALT Trinidad Lake nsnhnlr is "Ma everlasting waterproofer". That's why it makes Genasco so enduring- and economical for all your roofs. . Get it now for all your buildings. ......... ..: 0 It uo., iiviuyiuii naiuware a implementin. irvingion, Ky. I , I Cloverport Planing Mill, Cloverport, jf(t W"J Ky. I What 1 Cent Will I have used Chamberlain's Liniment Mrs. L. A. Gardner was partially paralyzed Wednesday morning while for sprains, bruises and rheumatic sitting seeding cherries. We are glad pains, ana tne great ueneut 1 nave re ceived justlties my recommending it la to say the is much improved. The many friends of Mrs. W. J. the highest terms," writes Mrs. Flor Schopp are very sorry to hear of the ence sine, vvaoasti, ind. it you are death of her father, S. Blitz, of Louis-vill- troubled with rheumatic pains you will he being well known here. Sym- certainly be pleased with the prompt relief which Chamberlain's Liniment pathy Is extended to the family. affords. Obtainable everywhere. e, Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la borers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil. Fine for cuts, burns,bruises. Should be kept in every home. 25c and 5oc. A Postal costing one cent might save you some good money on Building Material this year, by bringing to you our prices on anything you may need In this line. Ltt us quoto you our price on Lumber, Builders Hardware, Roofing either Metal, Felt or Shingles-Pai- nts, or Wire Fence. We will quote jou prices, freight paid to your railroad station. Write For Prices You Use Kind Words. never can train a colt, a calf, or FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Manager. PlSliAH fat I I Wi HERE. J WM HUB We Sell The Kinds That Last RAKES MOWERS Hose Grass Seed Rollers, Etc. Keep up the CIVTO PKIDE of our town by leeing that your front yard is ATTRACTIVE. Wo havo EVERYTHING for the LAWN. Ton certainly want to buy your mower from a RELIABLE hardware delr. Our REPUTATION UNQUESTIONED. Aba a FuM Line ot International Harvester Machinery and Binder Twine C. A. TINIUS, Stephensport, Ky. A Trial Will Con-vinFrankie Newman's birthday was you if Order celebrated in Pisgah church June 6. the differHe was twelve years old. Two birth-- 1 from day cakes were prepared by his teach- ence in er, Mrs. W. T. Taul, with candles, Bach member of his class marched to me caxes ana ill nis canuie. After a prayer by Supt. W. B. Taul, all blew All our eoods are noted for their Purity and Quality. out their candles. After Sunday Bilious Attacks. Our sanitary daylight service is what you want school, the class took their cakes and When you have a bilious attack your served dinner at the home of his fath er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Nat liver falls to perform its functions. PHONE M. The food Newman, where a beautiful table was You become constipated' you eat ferments In your stomach inset and a grand time was reported. stead of digesting. This inflames the fcAVli ALL YUUK LETTERS $5.00 IN Whenever You Need a aeneral Tonic stomach and causes nausea, vomiting GOLD JULY 5, AUG. 5 AND SEPT. 5 and a terrible headache. Take Chamlake drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless berlain's Tablets. They will tone up emu ionic is equally valuable as a your liver, clean out your stomach and General Tonic because it contains the you will soon be as well as ever. They well known tonic properties of QUININE Mr. and Mrs. Zeuia Shellraan, of A Wish Bone. only cost a quarter. Obtainable and IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drl Cloverport, were the guests of his out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and An older fellow, who will soon uuuas up me wiiole System. 50 cents. parents Saturday and Sunday. HO 1. a ltr.nl.a1n ..1.1 , wm outu iu U13 yviu . Sidney Armstrong called on Miss nepuew, wnowas tali and thin, yoi SAMPLE NEWS Parmella Shellman Sunday. At Iff PlKtllk I IM I. GARFIELD. Thirty pounds sugar for $1, Beard's will take you for a bone. The Mrs. J. T. Armstrong and daughter, big ad tells how to get It. who was quite thin himself, saw he Mr and Mr. Nathaniel Whitworth Myrtle, were the guests of Rev. Hoff ... Miss L. Fentress, of Owensboro, who ltHUreil tflf Unv ami tii'.f t.l are receiving congratulations on the man, of Stephensport, a few days, last has been visiting her grandmother and arrival of a fine boy Charles Edward week. cousin, Mrs. Sallie Eskridge and Donwe ootn oetter climb the tost now. Whitworth June 4. Big balloon ascension June 16, the ald Bskridge, has returned borne. dog will take us for a wish boa.' Mrs. Llllle Brock and little daugh third day of Beard's Red Tag Sale. See ter, L,uclle, are visiting her brother, their big ad for particular! Subscribe Today Read the Want Column ce any animal, wild or tame, unless you gain its entire confidence and affection. To do this you must never deceive it. not even for fun. and alwavs nrntrr.t- it and show that you love It .tne nay w a mdu a iicarL is through his stomach," and the road to the affection of an animal it by way of its taste An apple, a bit of tender grass, or some tasty bit will soon make friends with it, and kind words and petting will make it a loving and obedient friend. Home and Fireside. - Purify and Qualify fo Quantify Ut 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE issued Evory Wodnosdiiy. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher RICIMIC! There will lie n picnic given HARDINSBURG Beauty enchants ami grace captivates for season, but a well Informed mind and a cultured heart will make 11 home beautiful when the bloom of beauty has T. W. Hnnford. faded and gone 11 at RAYHOND, KY. 9, 1915 i l n . JUNE Saturday, July 3, 1915 Come one, come nil and celelirntc the Third of July. Plenty of Seats Good Shade Will EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c por line, and 6c for each additional insertion. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please String Band Furnish Music Good Dinner on the Ground Plenty of Refreshments of All Kinds. Dance at Night Ice Water Free. Managers J j Aex James M. Rhodes, Rhode8 notify vlb. y llcechmoiit High School were held evening, May 28, The following received diplomas: Sarah Margaret Wall, Lillian Del.ncy Moore, Archie Lambert, Gertrude D. Stevens, Kthcl Glover, John V. Jlaston, Samuel II. Chambers, Carrol Kelly, l'rnncis Kelly. joeboat Some parties traveling in prized the staple from the door of the wharfboat Sunday night. They were frightened nway by the timely arrival of the wharf master, Imnk Moore. Nothing was taken, and the river pirates made their getaway. Hancock Clarion. l'ri-da11 Judge N. Mc. Mercer attended the Dixie Highway meeting at Kllzabelh-tow- n last week and then went to Louisville where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. K. 15. Sutton, until after the graduation of Miss Helen Sutton nt the Girls High School. Thirty pounds of sugar for $1. Beard's big ad tells how to get it. Mrs. Lee Bishop has returned from n business trip to Louisville. Miss Ellen Mattingly and Mr. Tom Rhodes, of Leitchfield, were married at St. Romauld's church last Tuesday by Rev. James Norman the pastor. They have gone to Leitchfield to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Willie lloben, of Glen Dean, have been In town visiting hts lather's family and other relatives. Mrs. B. B. English and children, Kvarts, Jr., and Annie Dejarnette English, left Saturday to join Rev. English at Amnions, where they will visit Rev. and Mrs. Harvey English, before returning to their home in Berea. Master Ralph Beard entertained last Tuesday evening In honor of his tenth birthday to six o'clock dinner the following: Misses Virginia Walker, Clara Beard, Margaret Hook, Geniveve Brown, Lucy LeGrand, Hildegard Dejarnette, Robert Compton, Murray, Sanford and Percival Beard. Miss Annie Lee Bishop has returned home to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bishop. Keen Johnson arrived Saturday night from Fayette, Mo., where he has been attending school. He will be the guest of his parents, Rev. Robert Johnson nnd Mrs. Johnson, for ten days. Mrs. John Owen and Miss Elnoru Robertson, of Glen Dean, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson last Wednesday. Miss Bessie B. Weatherford, of Har-nespent last week with Misses Emma Haswell and Pauline Compton. Big balloon ascension June Hi, the third day of Beard's Red Tag Sale. See their big ad for particulars. Miss Myrtle Priest, of Garfield, has been the guest of Mrs. D. D. Dowel!. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop and children have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Norton at Kingswood. Mrs. T. H. Withers' music clacs gave their annual recital at the Opera House Friday evening. It was nil interesting program aud the pupils showed hard work and reilected creuit on their d, LIFE SAVING SIGNS. The Safety movement that is being organized by the telephono and railroad companies will do much to protect the lives of many, if the individuals will heed to the cautions, plans and signs that are being made for their good. In order to cut down the over increasing roll of Sunday accidents that fill the papers on blue Monday a vigorous campaign is on to impress tho automobile public the necessity of caution at railroad crossings. Tho general manager of a road says he dreads to answer the telephone at his home on Sunday night for fear of hearing of an automobile party being maimed or killed. "The Monday morning list in tho newspapers is norvo wracking I want it stopped and anything we can do to stop it will bo done." Big life saving Tsigns are looming up at all tho crossings of this railroad. Literature is being sent out, newspaper advertising used to get to take care of their own lives. So careless have people become, that these Safety Organizations have been resorted to iuet to got persons to come to their senses and think of safety (irst, instead of pleas uro and excitement. Tho Cumberland Telephone Company has also started tho Safety movement among their employes and if they will respond, many accidents will bo prevented. Tho Safety movement has not reached every part of tho country whore automobiles are popular, but the people who.drive them may protect themselves, if a man values his life enough to do his part to save it, Keckless automobile driving has a goal that can be quickly reached pco-pl- o HILL ITEMS BE A CAREFUL MAN: MAKE YOU WILL TODAY. MAKE OUR TRUST COMPANY EXECUTORS OF YOUR WILL AND TRUSTEES FOR YOUR FAMILY. YOU WANT YOUR CHILDREN TAKEN CARE OF WHEN YOU ARE GONE DON'T YOU7 YOU WANT YOUR ESTATE CAREFULLY LOOKED AFTER FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE YOU LEAVE BEHIND. THEN PUT YOUR ESTATE IN OUR HANDS; BUSINESS MEN OF HIGH STANDING WILL DIVIDE IT AND ACCOUNT FOR IT TO THE LAST PENNY. WE ARE ALWAYS IN TOUCH WITH SOUND INVESTMENTS AND WILL BE GLAD TO ADVISE WITH YOU. PLANT SOME MONEY IN OUR BANK. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian church has just closed its 121th session. The Assembly's Committee on Dills and Overtures declared out of 292 votes 212 voted in favor of having woThey now men serve as deaconesses. have the same power in the government of the church as the deacons. Big balloon ascension June 10, the third day of Beard's Red Tag Sale. See their big ad for particulars. A two o'clock dinner was served at the home of Mrs. Luther Satterfield CAPABLE MEN OF LITTLE FAITH. Saturday on the anniversary of her suffici birthday. There were seventeen woThe Now York Sun valued the Flying Squadron's work men present with a lew children. She tho was well remembered with many nice ently to give editorial notice, and asked questions callable writer is a man of little faith. "What taxes are to make presents. good the .$80,000,000 now paid in the state, etc? What is to recom Misses Mary and Mina Bricky have odd persons in the liquor business and their multi returned home after a visit to their old penso tho tudo of employes?" Tho editor of tho Sun does not ask what has be home in the country. Mrs. Lonnie Kay, who has been concomo of the millions who have lost not only good jobs, but have lost own souls through whiskey. fined to her home with rheumatism, is their homes, their families and their improving rapidly. We cannot understand wliy capunie mmaeu men cannot nave laitn to Mrs. Garfield Burden was in Cannel-to- n see thero is more money and satisfaction in giving up the liquor last week. business than in trying to keep it. Even if taxes arc higher, thure Mrs. Harvie Wilson has gone to will bo more men able to pay them. Wo are glad wo have faith Howel to see her aunt, Mrs. Rhylander. Prohibienouph to turn down whiskey ads, nds against State-Wid- e Mrs. Garfield Tucker spent Thursday tion and political fpeeohes that might aid in electing a man for iiov-ern- with her .sister, Mrs. Frank Storms. who stands for tho liquor interests. Miss Virginia Coomes, of Owensboro, If it were not for tho dollars and cents, tho liquor business is expected this week to be the guest of prohibition would come today. Men hate the relatives. Mrs. Will Iloflious and Mrs. promises, world-wid- e Tom Faith. and sorrow and trouble whisky brings,but most men love tho money Lud Bowlds has bought Len Taul's it that comes and goes with it. No matter what your loss is, in stand store Miss Bessie Arnold has accepted ing against tho liquor forces, have faith und you will bo victorious. a position as saleslady. Eve'n if you fail in business, you will win in the right and that is Thirty pounds sugar for $1. Beard's triumph. big ad tells how to get it. Miss Nellie Burk was at home Friday BRUSH TEETH FOR PRIZES. and Saturday from Waverly Hill where Saturday, May 29, was toothbrush field day at Prospect Park in she is taking training in a tuberculosis hospital. New York City. 700,000 boys and girls with toothbrushes, in classes , prepared for the exercises. Dental societies Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Furrow have limited to thirty-fivemoved into Wick Dellaven's house. awarded prizes for the best drills. The toothbrush drill consists in Arthur Daugherty was at home from brus-hinteachof the teeth, performed rhythmically to tho correct sixteen strokes to each movement and tbo West Point, and he with his family, er's count. There are spent the week end at the home of Mr. toothbrush is dipped in a cup of water between each movement. Tho and Mrs. Chas. Jacksen in Breckeu-ridg- e with tho plans of tho bureau of educational drug stores addition. thai-shows THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. I Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, . I i m m Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction I Building fl IN Material, Building Hardware, I A 11 teacher. M. II. Kiticheloe went to Louisville rui.-abo- ut Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Saturday to bring his new Ford home. Varnishes, Finishes. Brushes.' Oils, Mrs. Joe Potts and son, Will Potts and children, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith. Little Miss Mary Moorman, of Har-nevisited her aunt, Mrs. Lou Smith, Monday. W. R. Moorman, Jr., and sister, Miss Sarah Dean Moorman, of Glen Dean, motored to town Saturday. Mrs. Hughes Frymire and son are visiting her sister, Mrs. Wade Pile, at Mook. Mri. Wade Pile, of Mook, has been visiting in town. Mr. and Mrs. Philip McGary left Monday for Redlands, California, where they expect to make their home in the H Lubricating Greases and Gasoline d, 1 Mill, Auto m If and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe m and Fittings. Correspondence Solicited. 1 Estimates on Application. hygiene by selling toothbrushes at greatly reduced prices during tho Christina Keil was sick two or three C. E. Haswell spent tho week end with his family. week. This interest" in tho caro of tho teeth should bo encouraged in days last week with strawberry rash. Win. Evans and Hubert Shellman every homo and every school. Clean teeth are not only charming, but they prevent many germs from entering tho system. Tho only The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Hoad spent part of last week at the Falls of Rough fishing. tonic ami way a little girl was persuaded to brush her teeth after each meal, Because of its QUINlNItUlaxative effect. IiKOMO betterthan ordinary J. W. Hook has gone to California on and does not cause nervousness nor telling her that every particle of food left in her teeth, turned to Quinine in bead. Remember the full name and was tlncinc a prospecting trip. While there he worms. Tho story brought tho desired effect and tho child keeps her look for the sienalure of 1!. W. GKOVH. 23c. will be the guest of his brother, Clint teeth perfectly. Hook. LAXA-TIV- future. FOR SALE! For Immediate Delivery Two Good Grade Yearling Bulls. One a Polled Durham and the other a Short Horn. Both good animals, and GLEN DEAN. OF MEXICANS STARVING. An appeal has bcon made to tho American Red Cross for food for 30 pounds for tho starving people of Montoroy, Mexico. Tho conditions at Big Ad. tells of sugar get fi .00. Heard's how to it. City can hardly bo exaggerated. It is reported that tho Mexico Mrs. lf. W. llailey,- who was .thrown will starvo unless help comes quickly. American Consul 1 latum from a' mule several weeks ago, is still tells of pooplo eating mules and even rats. The Red Cross has sent confined to her bed with a broken hip. altcudy a carload of corn and ono of beans, but thoy cannot continue She is improving slowly but is a great to sond assistance without public contributions. Tho Mexicans have sufierer. Mrs. J, T. Jones has been appointed boon facing starvation for months and now the acuto stage has Any ono, who.can possibly, contribute anything for postmistress nt this place, vice Robert reached them. Moorman resigned. K. Eskrldge, Is a member. tho Mexicans, should writo to tho Red Cross representatives. Just a Col. Kli Dean's friends are urging him Miss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville, Is thought of theso torriblo conditions in Mexico, should make ovorv to make the race for Representative on visiting Mrs. H. M. Beard and other American thankful that ho is in tho United States and appreciate his the Democratic ticket. While he is not relatives. an office seeker and has' no desire to engood fortune in having plenty of good food and raiment. Miss Nell .Mitchell, stenographer for THOUSANDS peo-pl- o Ad-di- Miss Rosa Lou Ditto arrived here from Horse Cave lust Friday. She will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Hnttie Ditto. District Conference will meet with the M. E. church Wednesday after the third Sunday lu this month. About forty preachers are expected to attend. Miss Clara Eskrldge left for Rowling Green last Saturday to attend the commencement exercises of the life certificate class of which her sister, Miss e worth the money. . ROBERTSON & BEARD, h Hardinsburq, Ky. : Many perhaps will bo disappointed that tho Corn, Clover and Stock Club, of Irvington, has called oil tho barbecuo for June 20, but no ono will bo disappointed that.tho popularity contest will not be carried through. Tho work of tho young ladies, who make tno contests successful, is always appreciated, but peoplo in gcnoml do not liko popularity contests. And the contestants do not really on- ,1 Lw, t i- Tt ! 1. -t .1 I. Ul J.L is uupcu (UO uiuuujr n.ni.:Hn tumupiu iijumuj; joy WOrK visit to Louisville. Big balloon ascension Wednesday, T. J. Hook went to Louisville Friday June 16 the third day of Heard's Red to purchase more automobiles. Tag Sale. See their Big Ad. for Rev. S. K. Hunt had an attack of ter the race, his friends think he is the Attorney Henry DeHaven Moorman, right man for the place. There is no left for her home in New Albany, I ml., better Democrat in the county uud no Saturday. man who would serve the county with Mrs. Alex Dent has returned from a more credit. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station will not be revived in Breokenndgo county. The or tea age ia The UuT The depot at this place has been torn down and a new, handsome, up house will take its place. This depot Hawesville Notes. tertaiuetl the Tell City Epworth League has been needed for years aud the peoincessant rains of the past week Thursday night. After a devotional ple are pleased over the prospect of a days have wrought much dam- program refreshments were served and a new one and are loud in their praise of social hour spent. President . Hudson for building it for this county. Hawesville Howorth Leamie en- The commencement exercises of the J them. e uumubtiug. iuui appendecitis last Thursday. Johu Butler, contractor from Harned, who built the Baptist parsonage, handed over the keys Friday. He filled his contract in every respect. The committee is pleased with his work. Rev. J. B. Meng, pastor of the Baptist church, arrived here Monday. His family will come about the first of July. Rate $1.00 European Solicits putronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 BusineM, Mjp. find t Shoppers , ' f it ! IB. F. BEARD & CO O: 14 to 24, 1915 will such inducements. Every day a Big Day. Every article on sale have a Red Tag attached and the former price and Red Tag price . figures so low that they will sure sell. mark-edfinfpla- GINGHAMSia the opportunity of your life time. Never have conditions been such as to warrant your saving as now and we have never offered This is II in 30 Pnnnrlsfnf Standard Granulated Suqarfor w V WM w " largest one 5 -2 feet thJrH Hnv nf the sale, we will release from the roof of our store six balloons, in various sizes, the of clothes; No. 60 one $4.00 pair of Star Brand Shoes; No. 70 one $2.50 H.I for THREE GRAND CAPITOL PRIZES. Balloon No. 50 is good for one $10.00 suit must be returned to us on or before June 24. - ia BIG BALLOO 1- $1.00 FURNITURE Hardware Continued. 35c Collar Pad, red tag prico 75c Vulcan Black Ax, red tap prico $1.00 Vulcan Black Ax Handled, red tap prico 40c in Shank 4i-- ft Handle Garden Hoe, red tag price -- 25c ..55c 79c . 32c RUGS Just note the prices below half-priand radical reductions on everything. ce on many t mm .. be red tuir price 10c Can Hii- Can Kraut, red tag price 10c Can Lye Hominy, red tag price 15c Knitted Coll'co. red tap price, per pound o (iolden Cotlee, red tap price, per pound 10c l'litimtn Dye, red tag price, cr package Soda, red tag price, 4 pounds for 7 Cakes of Clean Easy or Lenox Soap, red tag price , for.. 2 Packages of .Spearmint Gum, red tap price, for 10c, Can of Pork and Means, red tap price 2 Packages of Wash Blue, red tag price 2 in 1 Polish, red tag price, per box 2 Package Epsom Salts, red tag price 10c Package Corn Starch, red tag price, for 4 Sheets of Sticky Ply Paper, red tag price, for IVii- -, . :2.-- fc C . 10c 19c ... 5c 5c Sc 5c 25c . . c 7o ... .. rc 5c .... r,c LAWN MOWERS 0 D varPrincess Diesscrs, beauUful'oak tinih, highly CM 1 "7Q Regular nish and has larsro bevel plate mirror. J 01 price 14.0(1, red tap price well made of high grade oak material, highly Oak largo bevel mirror, splendid value at S10.49 regular price $12.50, red tag price One round oak Dining Table, pedestal stylo with claw feet: Very subtantial; dark oak finish; regular 13.50 S9.49 values; red tag price One 12.50 Kitchen Cabinet with all neccessary conveniences n such as Hour bin, meal bin, shelves and drawers; finished in natural oak; rep 12.50 val; red tap price OOiH'J One Roll Top Wood lied; dark oak finish and will bo an ornament to any bed room; regular $10.00 value; OJ QQ red tap price 0l iu0 $13.00 Chiffonier; a beautiful imitation oak, hiphly polished On QQ with a beautiful plate mirror; OOiuO red tag price poll-die1 11 Dre.-ser- s, d, poli.-lic- irtiii well-furnish- ii f r liim i All beautiful, snappy desipns, and there is nothinp that room than a nico adds more to the beauty of a ltup or Drugget, nnd you cannot afford to let this pranu it' pass. 20.00 9x12 Axminstor Hups; Red Tap Price $15.00 9x12 Brussels Rugs; Ked Tag Price 13.50 9x12 Brussels Rugs; Red Tag Price $1 6.49 10.49 9.98 EXTRA $3.50 SPECUL Rubber Sole Oxfords at Half Price. o 0 D $6.00 Dazey Churn The simple, economical Dazey is no experiment but a real churn of merit, red tag price - Mayflower Oxfords; white buck; R. T. P. $1.75 3.00 Mayflower Oxford's; 1.50 white canvas; R. T. 1'. 3.00 Mayflower Tan English $1.50 Walker; R. T. P $3.75 Society Star Tan English Walker; R. T. P. $1.85 0 o D mm $4.79 10 0 The Young Amcriciiu Mower is the standard more thov arc ucd the better they cut. Regular prico $3.75, red tag price Tlie Clipper Hall Bearing Mower is noted for its lightness and speed. Regular prico $5.50, red tag price . uZiDu The PQ jn OJil J 4 HARDWARE DEPARTMENT There is just as much difference in the quality of Hardware as there is in Shoes and Clothing. Our lines represent the best. 15c Mason Fruit .Jar Tops,' rod tag price, por dozen 50c Hatchet, red tap price, for Files, red tap price 15c Black" Diamond 25o Knob Locks, red tap price 50o t Per Cent Reduction on dies' Heavy Shoes La0V Mm Mm Mei Mai 20 Per Cent Reduction Ladies', Men's and Children's Oxfords. Think of it, 20c reduction on each $1 of the marked price. t on J Colgate's Talcums The pride of the household Is Colgato's regular 25c value; red tup price Ob 39c - 10c 1 9c Lana Oil and Buttermilk Soap 3 Cakes for 19c Knob Mortise Locks, red tap prico $1.00 Adjustable Ilames, red tap prico 3.50 R. B. C. Horse Collar, red tag prico 39c 69c 79c i 4 i B. F. BEARD & CO. Don't forget the Big Balloon ascension Wednesday, J 4 J f fa" m .11, .1 .ii. H I r .ir; ,n, mi f i -- .i in ii .ir- - f .iri-,- mi ' ill ,n -- . rn n V AH HHH HH H H KH H H H fol H VH V m H H II II fijli&l HllK fWfW ' " MMii?lii ' ; W8W i ii i ii im i in 12i Pounds lated Sugar. nf Standard firannlatpd Snnar fnr ww - i ii i mm i ip, 111 w n . hi 1 mxxiamasExa ' SOr- Q D ,Urti S82rl,f( Mm g&ft Sferf d TfLfeSI1! I ? i lW(H"! M& For every $20.00 vvorth Purchased in all departments (Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes,;Tvine, Groceries and Undertaking excluded) you can add $1.00 and get 30 pounds of Standard GranuWith every $10.00 worth purchased in all departments (Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Binder Twine, Groceries and Undertaking excluded) you can add 50c and get 122 pounds of standard Granulated Sugar. If you buy $40.00 worth of goods add $2.00 and get 60 pounds of Sugar; if you buy $60.00 worth of Goods add $3.00 and get 90 pounds of Sugar. Hit. These balloons will carry tags good for prizes at our store if returned on or before June 24, 1915. Three of these balloons will bear numbers calling ise prizes and balloons will be on exhibition at our store. Be sure to be at our store on that date to follow the balloons. They will come down. The tags ASCENSION Gent's Furnishings niK&fctMnlt.KWUWWI' EN'S WORK SHOES BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" becauso every ptJeitjicr. Theso shoes conform to the pure shoe ZjVfbjfpod, serviceable leather in them, combined tiako them better. Men's $3.50 Work Shoes; $3.15 Red Tag Prico Men's $3 Woik Shoes; Red Tug Price Men's $2.25 Work Shoes; Red Tap Price Men's $2 Work Shoes; $1.79 Red Tug Prico Men's S3 Dres Shoes; A $2.58 Red Tug Prico $3 50 Dress Shoes; Men's S2.97 Red Tug Price.. Men's S4 Dress Shoes; Red Tag Prico Men's $4.50 Dress Shoe $3.85 Red lag Price.... Ladies' $2.50 Dress Shoes; $2.12 Red lag Price.... i0 Dress Shoes; $1.69 10 Price Drer-Shoes; $2.55 ag Prico 50 Dress Shoes; $2.97 ag Price . . . . . Extra Special Ladies' Vests ik i till n DRY GOODS w t.Ty ii mw .ii - .X .(VTT, ,'T.w,. -- ,'K1' 'TlrfM. vllinillll Mi ' ""). .." . ,l'j7"! r s Tho Famous ARROW COLLAR; ular 15c; Red l'ug Price 50o Shirts; Red Tug Price $1 Shirts; Red Tag Price 10c Sox; Red Tug Price 15c Sox; Red Tag Prico .. 25c Sox; Red Tug Price 42c ... . . A rare treat; 10c vests for half-pric. 5c S9c . .. 7c ...12c l!)u reg- 11c IT (fS) "tiV AND BOYS' CLOTHING .$13.49 Suits, red tag prico 12.98 Suits, red tag prico..... and $16.00 Suits, red tag prico 10.49 50 and $13.00 Suits, red tas prico 8.49 fi.49 00 Suits, red tag price 5.49 50 and $8.00 Suits, red tag price prico Suits, red tag 2.G7 .Suits, red tag prico u auits, reu lag prico 0.0 ) Suits, red tag price 4.35 ) Suits, red tag prico 5.00 1.35 OOdd Pnnts, red tag prico 1.85 5 Odd Pants, red tag prico 2.00 red tag price 0 Odd Pants, 2.35 0 Odd Pants, red tag prico 2 G7 0 Odd Pauts, red tag prico K) Odd Pants, red tug price 3.35 k) Buck Brand Overalls, r. t. p. 89c l CORSETS $3.00 Corsets; R. T. P. $2.00 Corsets; R. T. P. $1.50 Coiots; R. T. P. $1.00 Corsets: R. T. V. 50o Corsets; R. T. P. $1.98 $1.19 $1.19 .79 t ill I That's the Label in a Swaei Mat finest workniuiiEhip and correctness in style. You just naturally look and fuel batter in a Swius Hit. .42 It's tho sign of thchighc3t quality, Get Vovprc Here R. T. P. R. T. P. lloosier Cotton, red tug pine Hope Blench, red tug price 10 4 Bleach Sheeting, red tug prico Blench Sheeting, red tug price red tag ju ice 40c Curtain Swi.-20c Curtain Swiss, red tug prico 17Ac Curtain Swiss, red tug price $1.00 Table Linen, red tug prico 15c I luck Toweling, red tag price 25c Turkish Bath Toweling, red tag price 10c lluck Crash Toweling, red tag price lfi.Jc Gingham, red tag pi ice Nice Pearl Buttons, 2 curds, red tag price Sowing Throud, red tag prico, per spool Odd Lot of Buttons, values up to 15c perdoz. , r. t. 9-- 4 Z 25c iM t ", cc muc m - t- p. ;.c 1 IN ws A 20 DRESSES KOHONAS This is your chance to save money on date KomonuH. $1.25 Komonus, red tug price ... up-t- o gyi Well made; of nice material; u great bargain .98 $1.25 Percalo Dress; R. 'I'. P. $2.98 $4.00 White Dresses; R. T. P. U. T. P. $5.50 White Dres-e$4.29 s; $2.50 Hats; $1.50 Hats; $1.98 .$1.19 98c m BUGGIES AND SURRIES $65.00 $57.00 $45.00 $85.00 $62.50 $55.00 $13.00 $18.50 l cii niAiviinMii 1 ai .n 1 im and nicely polished. It has tho bobbin tiller, a a tapo on tho front and has a steel pitman, mid is a machine. high-grad- e quarter oak, well grained Tho cabinet work is Runabout, red tag price .. Auto Seat Runabout, red tag price Stick Seat Runabout, red tag price Surrey, red tag'price Auto Seat Buggy, red tag price Buggy, red tag price Buggy Harness, red tag price Double Buggy Harness, red tag price $52.50 $45.00 $35.00 $70.00 $51.00 $45.00 $11.49 $14.98 SPECIAL BARGAINS I Red Tag Price Roll Sent Saddle, made of hiU grade leather and for comfort of man and horse; regular $13.00 value; red tag price Double Harrel Shot Gun, 3o incli barrel!, weight V pounds; nut finish; a good value for $12 50 regular, red tag price wal- 4k ffQ QQ 4)0. 1(1 I J0 $15.49 16, 1 U.UU flfl and 30 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar for $1.00. atramsDurg, rvenrucKy r RAGE SUICIDE LAID We wish to inform the Readers of The Brecken-ridg- e News that we are EATS FIRST REAL MEAL AFTER SURGICALPROBE Un Announcements STATE OFFICES Cloverport Machirii TO GIRLS' COLLEGES Coeducation Is Urged For Governor Wc are nuthorlird to announce H. W. IIOSWOUTII as a candidal!) for Governor ot Kentucky, subject to the nctlon of tlio !) na:t allc I'nrty, Shop (Hast Kntl of Iron llridge) Headquarters! For Summer Dress Goods and Laces, Clothing and is the Drank Lye When a Baby More Desiroble Course. Separate colleges for Pittsburgh. women In the United States should be abolished and coeducation substituted, according to Professors Itoswell Johnson and Bertha J. Stutzmann of the University of Pittsburgh. This conclusion Is based on tho charge that women's colleges contribute largely to race sulcldo among the best elements of tho American population. In support of this contention the records of Wcllesley college have been nnalyzed and the results published In the Journal of Heredity, tho organ of the American Genetic association of this city. Tho investigators found that twenty lf one-hal- Shoes and that we will be glad to show them, as a look will convince you that we have the goods and m rjd prices. Peyton & Rhodes, Masonic Building Wl Hardinsburg, ENVOYS BUSY IN WARRING NATIONS United States Is Now Clearing House For Diplomacy. LARGER STAFFS ARE NEEDED Entranco of Italy Imposes Huge Naw Burden on All Our Embassies Belligerents Presumed to Pay the Cost, but Suggestion Is Made That We Do It. 1 Kentucky onice of diplomacy. It would bo well nigh impossible to catalogue the duties that fall to the diplomatic agents of flic mutually friendly power which takes over this set of relations when war breaks out. In Knglaud, for Instance, there was a large populatioln of Ocrmans and Some were naturalized; some were not. Many of both classes were property owners. Some were anxious to get out of the country: others were Just as anxious that they should not bo forced out of It American agents had to look after their interests. When the war got fairly under way camps for prisoners of Avar began to bo established in nil the warring countries. Complaints came from these, and American diplomats had to look after tho Interests of British and French and Russian prisoners Jn Germany and Austria and vice versa. Commissions have been sent to supplement the efforts of the regular diplomatic establishment in this regard. Xot the least difficult services required of the American consuls and diplomats have been In connection with the colonial Internments of belligerents. Thus there have been established In India, in Canada and In Australia special camps for taking care of citizens of enemy countries. Many hundreds of men are held In the big Internment establishments, while their families have required at tention elsewhere becatl-- e they have not been formally interned, but left largely to shift for themselves. These casrs have ereated a set of problem. not new to diplomacy, but never so large us in the present war. Alls-trlan- s. Washington. With Italy In the war, the United States comes near to being of the the diplomatic clearing uou-whole world. If tho United States should go Into the war the diplomacy of the world would bo near tho Rlut of blowing up. Austrian diplomatic and consular affairs have been turned over in Italy to the American olllcials. This will lie one more big burden off on the overworked shouldered American agent in several countries Already Americans are handling thete affairs for warring powers all around the world. The addition of the complicated concerns of (iermany. Italy and Austria l provision of will necessitate more personnel and further drafts on resources of people this country' trained for this kind of service. Until uow Italy and the United Btates have been the only first class powers not involved in the war. In circumstances the Italians would have been asked to divide with tho Americans the duty or playing first friend to the warring nations. But In the present Instance it was impossible because Italy was nominal- e win-cia- , FIFTY YEAR SEARCH ENDS. Finda His P. C. Grimes, Seventy-fiv- e, Long Lost Sister. Alius, Okla. A search of lifty years, extending over a dozen dllfereiiL states, during the progress of which a small fortune wn expended in an advertising campaign, ended at Blair when P. (.'. Grimes of Nebraska City, Neb., Mopped from an express passenger train into the arms of Ids sister. Mrs. I). V. Jones of Alius. years old. .Mr. Grimes is seveuty-llvFifty years ago, after the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. .loues, the family broke up. After a few years they lost trace of each other and all efforts to get Into communication were unavailing. Mr. Grimes then began his search. It was a mere accident that Grimes Dually founl his sister. He had written a letter to her. directed to l!lx, a postoillce tileeu county, long since The letter was thrown discontinued. to Mauguin. ami Postmaster G. B. Townscnd. who happened to be personally acquainted with Mrs. Jones, forwarded the letter to her. e 111 : a VJSL jf SHE When QUIT PARSONAGE. d of Rye. Virginia, Minn. A. B. Coates. a well known mining man, got a surprise In the express the other day. It 'was a by A' eric in I'll i Association. I'liotos bottle of whisky from n Kentucky distillery that he had not ordered. 1, OHIiAltD, DUULIN ; T. N. l'AOK, HOME; 8, 1'KxriELU, vilnna; i, muiu ins; The odd thing about tho gift waa W, 0, 0, MUIIOL.NTI1AU, CO.SbTANTl.NOl'LK; that the llqnor was In n bottle that Mr. II. I'AUU, LONDON. Cures Old ::r:, Other Remedies Wan't Cure Coates emptied with n party of friends ly the ally of Austria and Germany. If The wont catcs, no matter of how long Handing, while steaming down tho river Nile, in old by the Bhu had followed her arrangement ate curedAntiseptic wonderful, Oil. reliable Dr. Africa, about a year ago and threw Helling It relieve! with them she would have gouo into Porter's llcal at the tame time. 25c, Wc, J 1.00. into tho murky stream. l'alil and In tho bottle ho had placed a slip of the war ou their sldo. It wax from paper bearing his namo and address. the very beginning upparcnt that she Mrs. I.ucy Temple left yesterday al would uot do that. Both sides were Some one found the bottle and forxertlug every lntluenco to enlist her, teruoon for Lewisport, where she will be warded It to the distillery, where It and It was therefore Inexpedient for a guest for a few days of her niece, Mrs. was tilled and sent to Mr. Coates with ttner belligerent to Intrust 1U diplo- W. II, Petrie and family. Owensboro the liquor factory's compliments. The Messenger. original bottlo waa presented to Mr. matic concerns to her. Coates by a local friend when be startThus the United States from the beed on his African trip. ginning wm Indicated as the central a Forgot Art of Kissing. St. I.outs. Mrs. Kugenla Anderson, nineteen years old, seven mouths' brldo of the Itev. Arthur It. Anderson, pastor of tho Central Christian church In Granite City, has returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. Minnie Koch of this city, because she says her husband would uot kiss her. She told n reporter that In the last two months her husband had kissed her but once and that this lone salute was bestowed, not upou her Hps, truo lover fashion, but In a half hearted way on her cheek. Sho said she did uot wish to bo divorced and would be glad to rcsumo her place as mistress of the manse if her husband would only give her a little affection. Pastor-Husban- years after graduation fewer thnn one-haof the girls have married. These her esophagus and caused this channel f chil from her mouth to her stomach to be have borne only one and dren each. come stricturcd nnd to close tightly. Taking all the students Into account A physician who was called to at allowing enough time to elapso so tend her said sliu would die unless her and Is probable they will boar no esophagus that it was cut loose from her more children, the Investigators next stomach and n new one mttdo from found that' the Wellesley girls contrib- parts of the stomach fashioned Into a ute less than one child each to the tube nnd sewed to the surfnee of her race that is. they do not even repro breast. duce their own number. And the honHer parents refused to permit tho or students, who from n eugenic point physician to cut away the deadened of view are assumed to lie the pick of esophagus but granted him permission the lot, do ouly about n third as well to bring tho lining of the stomnch to as this. the surface of her body and make an To maintain a stationary population opening near tho solar plexus, through the writers pay that every married wo which liquid food might be given her. man should bear four children. From Dr. became interested in tho this point of view they believe that the case. Kirsch Ho began n gentle probing with women's colleges are hastening tho ex a slender pliable steel rod, which he tinction of the old American stock. colleges are blnmed for failure forced down her esophagus. One after The places In the old to give girl on opportunity to meet another the closed young men nnd for failure to make tissue were forced open and broken them desirous or competent to be wives apart As they were broken they were and mothers. It Is shown statistically left attached to the Inside of the new that the marriage rate of "coeds" la tissue that gradually had grown nround the unused tube. considerably better, and it is .remarked Nature then began Its process of abWcllesley the students arc forthat at sorption until the new throat was clear bidden to receive men callers even on of any stricture. Then tho surgeon Sunday, their only free day. Mewed as to marriageability, the in placed the patient under nn anaesthetvestigators consider n woman most at- ic and swiftly cut away the stitches tractive during her college years, and that held the lining of the stomach to they declare It of vital importance that the old opening In the breast, sewed young men should bo allowed to meet this together and dropped It In place, sewed together the muscles that hod her in that period. been severed sixteen years ago. cut away tho abnormal tissues that had NO BOOZE TO INDIANS. grown around the wound, stitched the severed skin together and when Miss California Law Forbids Sale to Any of Bcsso awoke from the ether told her Them. sho had become normal again. Sacramento. Cat. It Is made illegal to sell Intoxicating liquors to "squaw men" or any one who lives or associSALE. ates with Indians and to .my person of part Indian blood under n bill by Phelp Just signed by Governor Johnson. The bill aims to end an asserted prac- Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. tice of white persons purchasing liquor Bank of Cloverport, Pltrt. 1 , to carry Into the catnps and villages of ," .,Cni Against ou"J In the remote mountain disMilt Haj craft, etc., Dfts. J Indian tricts. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Count, Invents Eyeless Needle. rendered at May term thereof, 10i5, in F. W. Murphy the above cause, for the sum of SH5.00 Plerpont. S. I.-I- )r. and Frank Johnson of this city have with interest from April 1, I9I5; also Invented an eyeless needle for use by ths turn of $i'J5.00 with interest from surgeons. All of the surgeons who January 1, 1B15; and $135.00 with in in1, have tried this new Invention declarfl terest lrom uecemoer per lyiu, wan an cent, per terest at the rate of 6 It to be the greatest thing In Its line. num as above Indicated, until paid, and In place of the thread being run all costs herein, I shall proceed to ofter through the eye. thereby causing irri for sale at the Court House door iu tation to the wound while It Is belntr Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at sewed up. till needle is so arranged Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th that the thread Is fastened in tho butt day of June, I91S, at one o'clock p. m , nnd Is held In place by a secretly con- or thereabout, (being County Court day), upon a credit of Six Months, the structed spring appliance. following described property, A certain LOST MEMORY AND ENLISTED. Breckinridge tract or parcel ot land in county, Kentucky, on the waters of Town Creek and adjoining Fracture of Jaw In Ball Game Brought Gross farm and bounded as follows: Bailey to Himself. Beginning at a white oak and dogwood, Toronto, Out Purley Douglas Bai Duncan's corner now Dantelds; thence ley, son of Professor George Bailey of with his line S. 7O li. 52 poles to three line; Cazcnovia, X. Y., who while suffering tasbut rashes in Brickey's poles thence to two with his line N. iu IS. 10 from lapse of memory enlisted In the sastafrasses, his corner, (the old corner Itoyal Canadian dragoons hero on a gum is gone); thence with another of March 11 last under another name, has his line N. 83 E. 1.1 poles to a stump and sassafras; thence N. 1 12 recovered his memory. lie walked black oak a beech and sugar tree on a poles to Into police headquarters and was so tocky branch; thence down the branch tiffevtcd by what ho heard of the ef- to two beeches and dogwood in 11am forts made to find him that he had to il'.on's (now Gross' line); thence with to tlie hospital barracks. be his line and Duncan's line South 124 Bailey, who Is a graduate of Syra- poles to the beginning; containing fifty cuse university, received a shock from acres more or less. Also a second tract, or parcel of land, lightning and fell forty feet while engaged In tree surgery In Denver. Ho on the waters of Towu Creek in Breckbeing a part of 32. disappeared while on his way to see u inridge county, Ky., U. acres deeded to J. btepnens and Syracuse physician. Partial recovery their heirs of Daniel Stephens, and of his memory is believed to have Beginning 'it tounded as follows: from the shock of a fractured Brickey's corner, a stone also corner to received In n baselmll game nt tho Carroll; thence with Brickey's litte N. Jaw barrack several weeks ago. lie has 64 V. 4O poles to a hickory, another of no recollection of having enlisted and his corners; thence with another of Ills W. 07 poles to a black oaV', lines S. it Is said will be discharged. Chas. Stephens' corner; thence with his line N. 47 ooles to a Mone: thence S. OUT EMPTY, BACK FULL. E.QSyi poles to a stone in Carroll's 84 line; thence with the same S. 7)i 11. Bottle Dropped In Nile Came Back Full to the beginning; containing about ''. August Primary, We are authorized to announcer able to Eat For Sixteen Years. II. V. McOIIKsNKV ot Krnnfcfort, Ky., as n candidate for of Kentucky, suhjert to the anion of tho Democratic party. Primary election, St Louis. Miss (Catherine Bcssc, August 7, HIS. eighteen years old, nte the tlrst breakWe are authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY fast, luncheon and dinner she ever ate In her life u few days ago. For six as a cufdldiitn for Oovernor of Kenturky subject to thn action of tho Democratic Party teen years she had not tasted com' August Primary. plctely food of any description. The channel of her throat, tho esophagus, For Lieutenant-Governo- r was lu position, but was entirely useWn are authorlred to announce less until Dr. Francis W. Klrach perJUDOR JAMK9 D BLACK formed an operation known as as a candidate for of IUrhorvllle. Ky Llfutenant-Ooverro- r of Kentucky subject and brought her back to nor to the action of the Democratic Party In mal. Primary Election. August 1015. When she was two years old Miss For Circuit Court Clerk Besse, who is tho daughter of the wid We nre authorized to announce ow of a grocer, drank a solution of B. B. PAYNE lye while her mother was busy at bcr of Irvlngton. as a candidate for Circuit Court , housework. uierK or urcrxenriago countv. suojert to Tho lye burned nway the membranes the action of the Iteounllrnn Party. In Priof tho child's mouth nnd the lining of mary Elect lor, August, 1015. Gor-rrngas-trotoi- General Machine Repair! nc Also or ctn Supply You With Auto An and Mill Supplies. does Expert Machinist our work Lens your order with us for Gasoline,. Steam Engine and Boiler Work P T. F. SAWYER, Lock Box 32 Mf r. Cloverport, Kentucky gust We are authorized to announce PAUL ItASHAM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Brecken-ridg- e county, suhject to the nctlon of the ItPDUbllrnn unrtv. Primary election. Au 7. 1015. For Representative. IP's Wo L. C. TAUlT Insurance Office i Cloverport, Kentucky I. Fire, Lightning';Torr riado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health are authorized to announce II. A. CANNON, of Madrid. Breckenrldgc county, as a candidate for Representative, subject to thonc- uon 01 mo jcppuimcnn party, in rnmary Election Saturday, August 7. We arc, authorized to announce O. A. WltiailT, of MrQuadv, Breckcnrldgo county, as a can- uiuaiu ror uenrescniaure. sunjeci 10 me nctlon of the Republican party. In Primary r.iection oaiuraay, AUgusi . 4 kt Wo I Insurance. I L Old Reliable Companies aa f i nre nuthorlzed to announce ot Hazel LOGAN HICKER9CN Doll. Breckenrldge county, as a candidate for Representative, subject to the action of the Republican party. In Primary August t itfia. r.itrinn rj I DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mail Also 462 5th St. Loulsvilee, Ky. Office Hoars: 6 to 9 a. m. 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. nv Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon uiiigs 1 rem a nans intij auoie- -' Once for a Lifetime Thick vertical wooden staves Wo rem. line ruimcr roofing. Outside wall Crninc Lox Cypress siding, ter-pro- Build It Prepared to Treat all Animal'Diseases Special Attention Given Calls at all Hours DR. R. 1o No iron hoops to' adjust. Im P. KUNNECKE.IV. M.D. Hardinsburg, Ky. proved ladder and door. Can't get out of shape; can't blow down. A scientific silo. '8 overlapping. continuous, Qicz3oizrifo1fo1oaorz3l Neither heat nor cold can pass through these triple walls. It is watcr-tijl.t- , and frott-proo- Walls & Trent in Ky. Craine LL Silo The Silo Yon Will Eventually Bay WITH A GUARANTEE That absolutely protects you ns to material, strength of construction, stability afiainst winds, and lendtli o( service. Write for booklet and proof of tMs genuine silo Insurance. Our location near the lumber market and near your firm and our larie lumber nurchasei make the cost of this silo very reasonable. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : THE ALFRED STRUCK CO. P. W. C. Cunur, Mir., Silo Sale. Dep't. O. Station G Louisville. Kv- 000 OOO CZIOI Just to Owensboro. Tuesday's Owensboro Inquirer says that Mr. and Mrs. Warren Meyers, who are walking from coast to coast, have just reached Owensboro. They were in Cloverport two weeks ago. The hikers are from Hangor, Me. If they make the trip to San I'rancisco by July, I9I6, they will receive f 2,500, having started a year ago. Billy M, E. CHURCH, South ... SUNDAY SCHOOL, to-w- HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- Understands."; Dr. W. A. Superintendent, WALKER, Secretary At the Methodist Sunday School in the primary department the little ones nre taught the Lord's prayer in senten ces. "Give us this day our daily bread," said the teacher. Asking each one to repeat it from memory, and at the call of his name, little Billy Phelps answered: "Give nie a bite of Ilread." Raindrops. Drops of rain vary lu their slzo per to a quarter haps from a twenty-fiftof an inch In, diameter. In parting. from the clouds they precipitate their descent till the liicrea,siiiK resistance, opposed by tho air becomes equal to their weight, when they continue to. fall with uniform velocity. This ve loelty Is therefore lu u certain ratio to tho diameter of the drops; hence, thunder tinil other showers In which the drops are large; pour down faster than 11 drlzzllug lnli'i. A drop of the twenty-fiftpart of uu Inch lu falling through' the nir would, when it had arrived at Its uniform velocity, acquire a celerity of only eleven and n half feet per second, while one of a quarter of an Inch would huvo a velocity of ami n half feet. h h thtr-ty-thr- Any Weight Any Color Any Weave Any Price 1 Summer . Clothes For Sale by Telephone 70-- . BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. Try our up to date job work acres more or less. These two tracts of land having been conveyed to John B. Pierce by CJabe 1'lerce, deed dated February 27, I9OI, and recorded in Breckinridge County Court Clerk's office, deed book 55, page 238; being the same land deeded to the mid J. B. Pierce by deed recorded in Deed Book Wo. 62, at page 4m. urecu lnrldce Countv Court Clerk's office Or sufficient thereof to produce the hums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surely or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a re- Lien retained to secure Dlevian bond payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost $403.25. LiEB WALLS, Commissioner, V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. - Contracts, Deeilu, Mortgages and Instru Wily Talleyrand. ments of Writings drawn up and Louis XVIII., complimenting Talley acknowledged rand ono day upon his abilities, asked him how ho had contrived first to overturn tho directory and finally Bona parte. The wily diplomat replied, with charming simplicity: "Really, sire, I have had nothing to- do with this. There Is something Inexplicable about me which brings 111 luck on the govern-Beat- s that neglect pat," Dr. Jesse Baucum Pcrpumeal llAnHfcf ALT'S Am rLccT THIRD IN WORLD Bic Fores of BACKACHE IS . I A Not TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in renewing your subscription. Please examine tho label on your paper. If your subscription is duo, tho Editor will apprcciato payment. WEED OUT USELESS RAMS AMD WETHERS Keep Sheep Supplied With Sa- ltVariety of Feed Is Best-K- eep Lambs Growing. Weed old rams and wethers out of the flock and vend them to the market. They nrn a nuisance with ewes and Email lambs. Don't let the sheep get for salt. If you do, when you salt them they will eat so much they will be sick. Dive some every day. In everything be regular and moderate. Feed rations that will keep the bowels regular. Variety Is what wo half-starve- that Do You Continually mm Feel Slug- Miciiims Cloverport People Should Neglect Their Kidneys. gish, Disinterested? If you do, It is probably caused bv your liver. When the liver rails to perform its functions Drooerlv. the system becomes clogged with poison- ous matter, that we ir.is mu ilnwn mentally and physically The liver gets out of order very easily, and if neglected, chronic trou ble usually results. Don't delay If you feel badly. You knowingly lay yourself open to life long pain, when you allow yourself to continue in a run down condition. Cure yourself quickly and harmlessly with the natural vegetable remedy, li nas all the effectiveness, but not the effect, of calomel. Llv-Ve- Fer Land and Sea Work. TWO TYPE) ARE EMPLOYED ' Ofii It Rigid and the Other Semirigid, and Good Results Have Been Obtained From Both Proved Their Worth h During War Machine Ir l n J Italo-Turkis- Eli " HttYiA Aueu T vHumerlcally k , right after Germany and France. Two Buccessf ul types of air- ships liaro been evolved the Brlgata Specialist! (nonrlgld) and the Forlanlnl tt'u nit rt I j a ust, iuiLU suuna tlil1 ima kttik u vc (semirigid) types. Captain Crocco and Itlcnldonl, bar- .' tag achieved fame In aerodynamic re-search work, were assigned to develop vara uioii iiuuuu uiiuisiej uiaiijiijiu iu jLt 1004. Its trial In' 1008 was satisfactory. f 'The typo was Improved Into tbo P class of Italian dirigibles. The P-- In 1000, flew from Bracclano to Naples, a three honr trip. The P-- the next fe i- l, 2 Backache Is oi cn nature's most frequent signal of weakened kidneys. To cure the pains and aches, to remove the lameness when it arises from weakened kidneys, you must reach the cause the kidneys. If you have pain through the small of your back, urinary disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or arc nervous and depressed, start treating the kidneys with a tested kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills have been proved good and are especially for weak kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney trouble for over 50 years. Read Cloverport testimony. J. B. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, says: "I had trouble from weak together with pains across the small of my back and through my sides. Doan's Kidney Pills quickly cured me and In return, I highly rec ommend them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Strong had. Foster-MilburCo., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. kid-ney- s, n RENEWAL ORDER THE BRECKENKIDGE NEWS, Cm)Vkhi,oiit, Enclosed find .$ Kr. sub- - , which apply to my scription account. Name Addkess need to aim nt. DAIRY COW NEEDS REST FROM HER LABORS r Genuine Lax bears the like. nessand signature of L. K. Grlssbv and Is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Insist on It. For sale by Klncheloe's Pharmacy. humped. It looks bad. Lively Iambs are the ones that will bring you the money a little later. Boys Who Like to Swim. There Is little to cat In the pastures yet, so keep the sheep In. As soon as they get a tasto of green grass they will not want dry hny, and arc apt to fall off In flesh; that you do not want, for the lambs must bo kept growing, When your lambs get enough good milk from their mothers they will grow. It is the hungry lambs that stand around bleating and with backs Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is yuimne anu iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron builds up the system. SO cents To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System PROPER CARE FOR HORSES AND COLTS Oats Go Well With CONDORS They ROOST HIGH. Timothy Hay Profitable Specimens of Dairy Cows. Photo by American Press Association. XTAIiIAN DEVICE USED TO SIOKAt. AND D1BEOT MOVEMENTS OP Allt On A FT. (By M. COVEIIDELL..) deserves a short period of rest from Most farmers seem to breed the her labors every season. Oats are the best general food for cow with no concern as to her reWo aim to give the cow about a horse, and go well with timothy hay. sourcefulness or enduring qualities. three or four months' rest out of ev Once or twice a week give a feed of She Is.bred at an early age; bred ery season, feeding and caring for corn and clover with bran mash. Give agnin Jsfet as soon as she will come in her, with a view to Intensive dairying only what will be eaten up clean. heat after her first calving; held right the remainder of the year. This not Some horses are predisposed to to her milk as nearly as possible to only enables the cow to tlo her best colic, and a straw and corn diet Is the next calving time, and handled while being milked, but yields us almost sure to cause trouble at fre- thus until she is worn out, and no greater returns for tho time and labor longer useful. quent intervals with such cases. expended In handling her, and her Horses fed regularly often get In With such management, .her un- dairy products. Of course the same rule will not ap the habit of pawing In the stable. born calf will have much of Its susteFeed them regularly, and If not driven nance taken from it on account of the ply to each individual member of the or used every day turn the horses out nourishment going toward keeping up herd, as some can bo dried ur with Into the yard for exercise. the cow, which results in a weakened very little effort, while some will milk Many horses are ruined by being offspring, and this Inllueuce gradually right up to the time they drop their brought Into the barn too hot and left wields a most deteriorating effect on calf. In either case we discontinue feed-la- s to stand in a cold draft, or hitched to the grade of the herd in general, since those rations which are conducive a post to stand, unblacketed, facing each succeeding calf will be still more to a profuse milk How, for from two undesirable than the one before It. tho wintry blasts. We have seen cows whose nature to four months before calving time, If you starve the colt the first winter, he Is liable to come out very thin rebelled against such treatment, and and so far, we have always been sue In the spring and worth less than Invariably these animals positively re- cessful in drying up any cow In time fused to come In sufllcient heat to be to allow her a good rest before It was when weaned. Some farmers keep their horses on gotten with calf. This shows, con- necessary to begin milking her again. straw with just a little grain In win- clusively, that the cow requires and Regularity in feeding Is Important. ter. Dran should make part of such Straw and Corn Diet Is Liable to Cause Trouble. Perch at an Altitude of 15,000 Feet Above the Sea. There Is a splendid specimen of the male condor In u glass case In the bird room of the Children's museum In Brooklyn. Though he stands three and f feet high, the spread of his wings Is nine feet. "The condors live throughout the Andes, principally in Chile and Peru, Their favorite haunts are tho level of perpetual snow," writes Miss Anna B, Gallup In the Museum News. "During a portion of tho year condors roost In the trees on the lower mountain slopes, but In the breeding season (the summer moulliH of November und December) they retire to the most broken and ter rific precipices, 10,000 to 15,000 feet above the sea level, where no other creature can dwell. There on a ledge or shelf of rock the female lays two whltoeggs nearly four Inches In length. Sometimes she places a few sticks around them, perhaps to keep them from rolling out of place. "After about seven weeks, in Feb ruary or early In March, tho young hatch, entirely covered with soft white down, that afterward turns to a brown color. one-hal- Unless the city of New York is will, ng to spend $22,000 for floatintr baths this summer, the boys will continue to swim In interior bath houses, unless they can afford to leave the city for the months of June, July and Auirust. The Cloverport boys, who were swim ming in the river last week as cold as It was, cannot sympathize with those poor city boys, who are arrested If they jump into the river. The reason the New York vounir. sters are begging for the floating baths Is because they want to swim in the open air and sunshine. It must be awful to live in a city where a boy has to beg for open air, sunshine and a fresh water swim. The boys who live in the country can appreciate their opportunities for health and pleasure, when they learn how the boys of the big cities have to beg and plead for a chance at spurts. out-do- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your dniRzlst wilt refund money if PAZO OINTMKNT falls to cure any caie of Itching-- . Illlnd, Bleeding or rrotnulInK Piles In6 to 14 days. The first application gives Ease and Rest. 30c, LODIBURG. Mrs. Huse Fryuiire, of Frymire, visited friends in Hardinsburg. Mrs Hubert Uruner was in Owens- lioro, last week and was accompanied home by her daughter, Miss Florence, who has been attending school there. Miss Mary Noble was visiting friends in Webster last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Uarger, of Louis ville, was the week end guests of rela .year flew from Home to Venice, cross ing the Apennines. The construction of a fleet of dirigibles wus decided upon In 1011. Three types were constructed Sftt.no small type (P class), a medium 'M class) and a largo (C class), ranging from 2,500 cubic meters capacity to more than 20,000 cubic meters. b When the war began several Ps and nn II were shipped to Libya. They proved of great value In the military operations In Africa. Enrico Forlnnlni's Leonardo da Vinct having proved a successful example of the semirigid airship, the citizens of Milan bought a ship from him and presented It to the government, calling It the Citta dl Mllano, In 1013. Another Forlanlnl type bus been added to the fleet The most recent additions have been a 40,000 cubic meter Brlgata Specialist!, called the G-- l, and a speedy V-- l, built by" the same establishment after plans by an aerial engineer named Yerduzlo. The craft can make ninety kilometers an hour. Eleven dirigible sheds are scattered over Italy. The Italian aeroplane fleet, which was a factor in the Libya victory, consists of fifteen machines and two sea aquadrons, each of ten machines, seven active and three In reserve. The personnel consists of ten pilots, officers and noncommissioned officers and fifty enlisted men (mechanics). The land squadrons are made up of armed scouts with machine guns and gun spotters. Sixty fast monoplane "spotters" recently were delivered to the army. Many powerful armored "bombardiers" are under construction. The. new Capronl bombardier plane is a biplane, armored and carrying a one lacs quick fire gun in front It can miles an hour and make seventy-liv- e can stay aloft twenty-fiv- e hours. Only four types of machines are used la the Italian service, although many older types are used in the aviation schools. The four are the national Caprlnl. the Savola-Farmathe and Nleuport-MacchThe larger ulrshlps of the Italian fleet are as follows: Italo-TurklsL a ration. It is believed by many that clover hay gives the horses heaves. This Is a mistake. If a horse is fed the proper quantity of clover and not overfed, there Is no danger of the heaves. Do not give horses water immediately after eating. An hour after they have finished their meal is soon enough to water them. The colt's training must begin shortly after birth. A halter should be put on so he can be caught and handled every day. Never tease him. VINCENT SAID TO ASTOR'S AIRSHIP BE "FOOL PROOF." TERRA C0TTA. Hydroaeroplane Has Luxurious Cabin In Which Bride Will Fly. Loafing Hens Watch closely and you will discover that the hen that loafs or mopes never Because lays. Why do they loaf? during the molting season they got bilious. ILook at their tongues, or what we call tongues, and you will nnd a pale, whitish color instead of a healthy pink. Start the liver wlth.D. A. Thomas' Poultry Powder and you will see them perk up. They begin to sing and scratch soon they begin to lay. We guarantee B. A. Thomas' Poultry Powder. For sale at Wed' ding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. Thoughts That Help Be not swift to be afraid; Many a ghostly thing; la laid In the light from out the shade, Walt and see. Do not live your sorrows twice; Fear. Is like a touch of Ice; Faith can kill It In a trice, Walt and see. Why expect the worst to comeT Pondered carts are troublesome; Joy makes up a goodly sum, Walt and see. Better than your wildest dreams la Ood's light that for you gleams. Kills Ail Germs Doan's Suspires confidence. Farris Healing Remedy kills anv Doan's Kidney Tills for kidney ills. and all germs. And a whole pint will TO 12,060 Doan's Ointment for skin itching. cost you but 60c. jOc for a small botTO 12,000 Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative, tle of Karris Healing Kemedy and i0c M-,. 1914 !!ffim! 70 Sold at all drug stores. 1000 for a pint of Linseed Oil or hog lard or vaseline. Mix together and you have u-- t .... im Wanted, a Carver. Fsraeval-17- . i. an Ideal healing oil or salve 10 ounces TO "You say your son belongs to a corn 1,090 ,.m. Parseval . for not over 00c, where you now pay . club?" 78 10,000 50c for 4 ounces. We guarantee It a ..85m. Paracval . "Yes; raised a fine crop last year." (0 4,790 ,.m. "That ain't the kind of corn expert better healer than any liniment. For Sure Enough. The rating la airships Is as follows: want to consult I want to know sals at Wedding's drug store, Clover Bill They say a criminal always reFeel heavy after dinner? Billious? 366.000 cu. ra. in 11 airships O erase nr port, Ky. what to do for the pesky things." .M, 400 cu. ra. in u airanips rr ei Bitter taste. Complexion sallow? Liver turns to the scene of his crime. Jill ...U6,W cu. ra. In U airships Pittsburgh Post jtsir . Doan's What's the good If he gets all the perhaps needs waking1 up. Tt.TJO cu. m. In 11 aJrsMsei - Os.OOO cu. ra. wag the first time? Yonkers Statee-Regulets for billious attacks, 35c at all alrsHsas sflMl w.l O-- L V-- l. Verduzlo...90m. I, ..Tim. 7 UI1UI11U1 Forlanlnl. ,.72m. X. 1914. 1915, 4. Name. Date. Type. Length, int, brig Capac ity, Speed, cu. m. km. 40,000 ,K 15.000 When the morning cloudy seems. Watt and see. Mariano Farn Ingham. Terra cotta can be produced In u variety of colors, and, while rains leave stone surfaces dingier, they brighten surfaces made of tbc clay. It is as durable as atone; it can bo produced In more shades nnd colors; It can be moldlower wing surface. The occupants of ed Into a great variety of designs; It this compartment will be thoroughly can be given more delicate outlines sheltered from wind and spray. than stone; it Is lighter than stone. The method of access to the forward New York Telegram. part of the machine Is a novel feature of it Two doors at the bow give entrance to this compartment, and thence Restored to Good Health. to the stern. When the doors are closed the occupants are afforded perfect shel"I was sick for, four .years with ter. Both sections have deep uphol- stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto stered seats and spring cushions. The motor will develop from 100 to Gans, Zanesvllle, Ohio. "I lost weight 110 horsepower, and will furnish pow- and felt so weak that I almost gave up er to drive the craft at a speed of be- hope of being cured. A friend told me Tablets tween sixty-fiv- e and nnd seventy miles an about Chamberlain's hour. since uking two bottles of them l have The machine Is supplemented with a been a well woman." Obtainable specially built floating hangar, which everywhere. can bo piloted to uny location to please Mr. Aster's fancy and convenience. ' The $14,000 hydroaeroplane which Vincent Astor Is learning to fly at Mass., Is said to be "fool proof." It was specially constructed for him and has a comfortable cabin In which be will take his bride on (lights, it Is said. By various devices the 'craft Is believed to have been given the highest degree of safety and Inherent stability obtainable in air navigation, in addition to this, personal comfort and attractive uppcarance have been provided for In the construction of the machine. The main floating section Is comprised in the boat bull, which will house not only the pilot and passengers, but fuel and oil supplies. For the first named there are two compartments, one nt the, bow for the operator und one amidships. Tbo latter is furnished with two scats, the rear of which contains a dupllcato set of controls. The rear compartment is located dl rectly bctw'een tho two sections of the d. opaque enamel and pnlntcd. England used It much. From the time of Hen' ry VIII. It was popular In large build' ings, and since Queen Anne's day It has been used for ornamenting smaller houses. The Ancient Greeks Used It, c Did Also Michaelangelo. Term cotta menu literally baked earth.. It Is usually employed as though It meant only architectural or namouts made of baked clay. Yet Mlcheluugclo made statues of It, the Japanese use It cleverly painted us "imitation bronze" for busts, tea Jars and bowls, nnd the ancient Greek chll dren had terra eotta dolls with mov able legs fastened by wooden peg. In the trade today pieces of clay work for architectural ornament over eight Inches square nre called terra cotta. Under that size they are called ornamental brick. Tbo famous Delia Itobbta ware of Italy wus of terra cotta covered with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Wind Velocity. The name The majority of pcoplo are unablo to determine the wind's velocity. When tbo smoke from a chimney iuovea la a straight, vertical column It means that Very Becoming. a one to two miles an hour breeze is Husband Do you think my full beard blowing. A three miles au hour wind will Just stir tho leaves on the trees. is nn Improvement? Wife How much does it save you a Twenty-fiv- e miles au hour will sway tho trunks; at forty the Bmall branches week? "About a dollar." will break, aud It takes a mllo a minute "Yes, It's an Improvement" New gale to snap tbo trunks of big trees. fork Weekly, London Answers. This Is a remedy that every family tives as Frymire. should be provided with, and especialHeard's 30 pounds of sugar for $l.oo. ly during the summer months. Think Dig Ad. tells bow to get it. of the pain and suffering that must be Joe Cashman and son, of Missouri- endured when medicine must be sent returned home last Thursday, after an for or before relief can be obtained. extended visit to relatives and friends Tilts remedy is thoroughly reliable. and near Union Star. Obtain- at Ask anyone who has used It Born to the wife of Sam Brown, last able everywhere. Friday, June 4, a boy. Trapping Baboons, J. II. Avitt and James Watlington iracenbeck In his book says that bab- were In Louisville last week. oons are caught In traps made much James Marshal, of Irvincton. at like the huts of savages. Food Is put Into the huts, and once the baboons go tended the funeral of Hubert Keys last Inside a traMloor closes behind them. Sunday, and was the dinner guest of Outside baboons make a great to do Charlie Payne. and urge the prisoners to escape. Hubert Keys, son of Mr. and Mrs. When the trappers come the captured baboons are terror stricken and try to William Keys, died Saturday, June 5, force their hemls through the walls and was Interred in the Walnut Grove of the huts'. One baboon was caught cemetery Sunday, June 0. Funeral three times In the same trap, and sev- services were conducted by Rev. eral when turned loose got back Into Hutcheson, assisted by Rev. Blackman, the same trap a second time. When Iiig balloon ascension the baboons are carried away all their Wednesday, comrades thereabout climb into trees une 16 the third day of Heard's Red and scream out to the prisoners, who Tag Sale. See their Big Ad. for par answer In sad, mournful voices. On ticulars. one occasion some big Arabian baboons Mr. and Mrs. John Williams. Mr. were trapped, when 2,000 or 3,000 baboons hurled themselves upon the trap- and Mrs. Cummons, Mr. and Mrs. pers, who had hard work to save them- Henry Feltner, of Mystic, attended the selves with firearms and clubs. As the funeral of Hubert Keys last Sunday. trappers wero forced back the victori ous baboons tore up the trap and turn- and were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Argabright. ed looe the captured baboons. Mrs. Mollle Phi pot, of Branden Dyspepsia Is America's cure. To re. burg, is the guest of her brother, J. W. store digestion, normal weight, good Brown, and family this week. health ami purify the blood, use Bur Those who attended the funeral of Sold at all drug dock Wood Hitters, Hubert Kays from a distance were: stores, I'ricejl.oo. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys and Sam Keys, of West Point: Mr. and Mrs. All In the Game. Joe Fitch and son, James, of Clover Crabshaw I'vo no objection to your port; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater and getting married, my dear, but I really daughter, Helen Bandy, and Mrs. can't stand the expense of a wedding. Flake Ater, of Irvlngton; Mr. and Marjorle I'll try to help you out, papa. Perhaps I can throw a scaro Into Mrs. Will Shellman, of Frymire, and George and get him to proposo an his sister, Mrs. Arthur Dowell, of Chicago. elopement. Judge. I Engraved Cards in Need in Summer. Engraved cards arc always in demand during the summer months when they are used for calls, wedding presents and anniversary gifts. Cards with new plate, price Sl.25 to $3 for 5O. Cards made from old plate ft for 100 cards. Beautiful work. Breckenridge News office. ,mmK H,M0 co. aa. la i Read' the Want Ads. Try Our Want Ads stores. Subscribe Wednesday Fox Hunt Fit a Kini. balloon ascension the third day of Heard's Red o'clock I rolled Thursday eve at 5:.v Tap; Shlc, Sec their Dig Ad. for par off WEDNESDAY, JUNK 0, 1915 the I, & N at Providence and there ticulars to greet me was my fine and c.egant old Enured m tliu I'oit OlHiceat CloTerport, Kj Miss Oenivevc Reese, of IMncvllIc, cx Iricnd, Harber Givcus, whom I had hh second ul 9 matter. pecta to go to Ilawcsville this week to served notice on by phone that I would be the guest of her aunt, Mrs, George be there. To his home we went from THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Ilentley. train direct and not long waiting c ADVERTISING BY THE For Sale Store, groceries, chlnaware. were invited to partake of that most de show cases, counter scales, store house lightful table where we hud old fashion and lot. also dwelling house. T. I' ed country ham and red gravy and hot GENERAL OmCES com cakes After replenishing the in Sawyer. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Hcnrv Caslunait erected a beautiful ncr man nnd n pleasant chat, we soon BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES double monument in the Irvington were astride o d Dick, the saddle "hoss, cemetery to the memory of Mrs. R, S. that is a saddle horse, and off to Liberty KATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Hills we rode witli his pick of ten Handy. hounds scattered along, some before and Mrs. II. Squires and daughter, Kath $ 3.50 some behind. The young ginger ones For Precluct mid city Offices leen, spent Sunday nt the beautiful For County Offices I 5.00 home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Trent, High up to the front ready for every cat or 1 15.00 Por State and District Offices cur pup that passed in front to get rid of Plains. 10 For Calls, per line that young run iu them, behind, there Miss Clara Fisher, of Louisville, followed the old reliables, Lina, Cotton, 10 For Cards, per line will attend as delegate from Kentucky Woodrow Wilson, Jakie, Julia and Good For All Publications in the interthe convention of trained nurses at Hycs, that had reached the stage of life expression est of individuals or 10 San Francisco. to save their energy strictly for business of individual views per line Mr. and Mrs, R. N. Hudson, of Lou And, sure enough, so soon as we neared Isvllle, spent the week end In Norfolk, the running ground, old Lina trotted up Change of Train Schedule on Virginia, the guests of Mr. Hudson's n little ahead. As we rode up near to sister, Mrs. Sawyer. the starting place through a lane old The L, H. & St. L. Mist Nell Moorman and Miss Betsy Lina stopped at the side of the road, his Moorman will return from Bowling old sturdy tail began to shake, and HarGreen this week to spend the summer ber said, "Stop." And soon a little EffectivojMarch 15, 1915. whine and then a mouth from old Lina at their home at Glen Dean. EAST HOU.VIi Kdward Gregory, wall paper man by served notice to the other pack, the old Cloverport-ArrMn- c 9:15 A. No. US will leavo I0:lfi A. trade, and printer by pleasure, hud his red fox had crossed there, nnd before Irvlncton 12:10 I'. Arriving Louisville shop door closed Monday and onjiis you could say, scat, tnc outers tell 111 4:SS V. No. 11 will loavo Cloverport . ahead of him and away they went to the Arriving Irvington 5:ir I. slate was: "Home in the garden." 7:10 V. Airlvlnc hills nearby, witli their rhyme of sweet 5:07 A. No. 11(1 will leave Cloveruort 5u,l A. M Shut down for repairs will undergo a music of the fine pack and friends who Arriving I rvlulm WK8T HOUND and improvement general repairing fell iu with us on the way out to this A. M. No. Ill will luavo Cloverport. s condition grand hunting ground After a few lit12:01,1'. M. Will be put in a Arriving Owrnslioro. Arriving Henderson. ready for the new crop. Star Roller tle skirmishes witli first one and then 1:23 V. M. Arriving HvansvllWt 7:13 I'.M. Mills. Arriving Kt. Loula. . .. another fighting for the lead, Mr. Fox, 7:S1 P. M. No. 11.1 will leave Cloverport... 8:311 P.M. Mrs. James Skillman, of Louisville, took n shot for Hall Knob. One of the Arrl vl iir Owouslioro ViKI'.M. Arrlvlnc Henderson pack seemed to say, "Come on gentle10:15 P.M. attended the funeral of her brother, Arrlf Iiik Kvansvlllo men, he is going to stretch us. " I ask, 11:34P.M. Allen Gilmour, at Owensboro, Satur No. Its will leave CloverKrt .. 12:15 A.M. ArrlvlngOwerisboiu Mr. Gilmour died of "What's 'dat dog' seems to be talking so 1:3!) A. M. day morning. Arriving Ilondorson. 2:05 A. M. pneumonia. Arriving Kvansvllle strong about " Our nigger mascot 7:40 A.M. Arriving St. Louis... spoke up and says "Dat am tearing out C3A.M, No. 117 will leave Cloverport Miss Dona Hoss will spend several 7:115 A. M. Arriving Owenslwro Woodrow Wilson an deni other dogs has 9:00 A.M. days in Louisville, visiting Miss Gensie Arriving Henderson got to heel some if dey want to keep Wills, en route to Athens, Ohio, where company witli him, dat Woodrow mil a she and Mr. Joe Ross will visit Mrs. some sure uough fox dog " Well, that Mary Ualis. stretch to Hall Knob of thirty minutes ? mm m vert tr I n UamaamaI Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte, Mrs. F. M. out of hearing, we swung to our left and Smith, Mr. and Airs. Hilliary Hardin, they did pass witli that Woodrow still to Mrs. D. II . Severs, Mr. and Mrs. W. the front, Lizzie and Lina and the rest About People Who Live In Cloverport, C. Frank gave elegant dinners In honor of the bunch, close on Woodroiv's heels. Those Who Travel, Those Who Live In of the Kev. G. W, Hunimcll last week. The hair was now standing straight on Other Towns and Cities and in States Miss Jennie Warfield motored to my head as this fast, fine running and That are Far Away.1 Society Notes In Uardlnsburg in Mr and Mrs .Yariou sweet music was filling the lulls and ycii Wcatherholt's jnachine Friday to visit hollows, 011 as grand a night as was ever A Miss my pleasure to be in the woods Mr. and Mis. Herbert Heard. V. N. Head, l(Odilurj, was in LouisJosle Kaitt and Mrs. Chas. Hamby circle to our left, a little babble on one of the swings and back they come again ville Thursday. went with them for ttie ride. with Lina and Lizzie doing the main pounds of sugar for jfl.oo. Heard's 30 talking. I says, "Where am my Wood Bit; Ad. tells how to net it. SMOKELESS POWDER. row and old Good Eye?" Just wait a Ross Illy the, of Irviuton, is visiting little and Woodrow will report. Just And One Reason Why Our Big Guns little break and our "nigger mascot" his aunt. Miss Clara Hardin. Are Made So Long. Mr. and Mrs. W J Rallman, Mook. savs. "Hoss, dere's dat bad Woodrow Only 111 por cent of ordinary gunn ere in Hardinshtirg Monday .shopping. and dat Good Kye got his company powder Is converted Into gas when It Leonard Weathcrholt spent Sunday explodes. The remaining 57 per cent Good Kye got his name by having only with liis friend, Godfrey Tinius, at Holt. Is uucousunied residue, which we see one eye saved after a little puppy skirm Rev. J. I'. Kline returned Saturday iu the form of Miiolco. With smokeless ish. Can't keep that Woodrow Wilson from a two weeks vacation at Danville. powder It U dlffeient. On Ignition It Is ack ery long and his brother, Good converted wholly Into gns. A. much Kye, Ky. greater volume of gas Is produced, and The way they went tor more than one Koberl Akins and Homer Morrison the explosive effect Is proportionately round, practically witli an occasional arrived from Louisville Sunday to spend Increased. dropping over a hill from our hearing a week, When the war with Spain broke out filled our hearts with the grand Mrs. Emma Skillman is visiting at iu 180S the United States government that chase, they put Mr. Red to his hiding Holt, tlio cuest of her motlier, Mrs. did not have any smokeless powder. The Spaniards, on the other hand, had place about 1:30 a. m and it was ahount Hardin plenty of it mid used It on both laud 2:30 a m, when we unsaddled and rolled The Hov. V. C. Frank will attend and sea. Consequently tlio American into the hay on fresh clean sheets at the Methodist district conference at besiegers nt Santiago were uuiiblu to Mrs. Harber Givcus house which use to Sacramento. see the Spanish soldiers llriug at them, to be "Mr Givens' house. Sweet time Miss Tula Qalli.-iwent to Irvint;-to- n whereas the enemy could see by the sure change the condition of this place Thursday to visit at the country puffs of smoke Just where to shoot. for the old bachelor. And now the When Admiral Cervcra's ships came home of Miss Kva Koote. out of the harbor and tried to escape, charming helpmate who makes chunks Miss lOudora McClothlau Younger, of the vessels of the American squadron of yellow butter as large as Barber's Louisville, was the Kuest of Mrs. John found it hard In the fight that followed head, sie 8, and a cellar full of jam and D. liahhatfc Wednesday. to fire accurately because their view preserves. A glorious place! of the foe was obscured by the clouds I am so glad I was spared for one Mr. and Mrs. It S. Speuslar and son. of suioko from their own guns. more sweet chase like the many I often I.eo bpenslar. ol bl. Louis, are visiting There are many kinds of smokeless had iu the hills of Meade county, the Mr and Mrs. L L Mitchell. gunpowder. One of the best known place of my birth. Miss Jcwoli Miller was called to is the IhigiMi cordite, which, when JOHN T. DITTO, forced through holes iu a perforated Louisville Wednesday afternoon on metal plate while In a plastic condition, Providence, Ky. account of the illness of her sister. takes the form of thick strings that Miss Addio Fairleieh and Myers look like brown rubber. The strlugs McCulloch, of Louisville, spent Sun- arc cut up Into short cylindrical pieces. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly You can safely hold a string of cordite The Old Standard general atrcnarthenlng tonic. e. day the cuests of Mrs. John D. TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives lu your hand nnd light one end of It; It OKOVK'Senriches the blood, and builds up the out Malaria. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c will burn slowly with n bright flame. Mrs. V. G. Habbage left Monday for A characteristic of smokeless powSacramento to attend the Owensboro ders Is that they burn very slowly; on Not Guilty. District Conference of the Methodist that account modern guns tire very It was 4 a. m.. and Ullklns crept softlong, in order that all the powder of a church. charge may have time to be trans- ly into the house and removed bis shoes, but as he tiptoed up tho stairs formed Into gas before the projectile driven by It leaves the muzzle of the one of the treads gave n loud creak. "Is that you.'.Iohn?" demanded Mrs. weapon. Tho smokeless powder used Ullklns1 from above. by our nrmy nnd navy Is made by "No, my love." replied Ullklns. "It's soaking nltro cotton In n mixture of the stairs." Exchange. ether and nlcohol. It Is thus converted Into a plastic substance that may be Wedding Clothes. molded or cut Into any shape re"It Is nil right." remarked the observquired. For Hinall arms It is manuWe wquld probably seem presumpfactured lu a form resembling spaghet- er of events und things, "for a bride to tuous it we asked n favor of you withti long strings tliat nro chopped Into wear the dress her mother wore at her out offering something in return. little pieces nnd packed Into tho car- wedding, but it would never do for the We therefore ask for your drug busitridges. For big guns It Is made in long groom to appear in a pnlr of his faness only 011 the basis of rods, which, after being perforated ther's trousers cut down." Yonkers from end to end with n number of Statesman. Quality Goods, holes to Insure quicker Ignition, aro Superior Service and cut Into short lengths. That kind of There Is no teacher like necessity. It powder, which might bo called nn ex has been tho making of man. It wnkes Right Prices plosive celluloid, is of n homy con- up his dormant faculties and stimuIf you will give us a chance we can sistency. As in tho enso of other smoke- lates to nctlon his latent talents. soon convince you that we want your less powders, tho hIowiicss with which trade Give us a trial the next time It burns Is owing mainly to Its density. our Want or Sale Tho very cloth of tho bags used to you need something in the Hue of contain charges of gunpowder for the column for quick results. drug store goods. big guns has Itself been mndo of amokeless powder that Is. woven of threads of exactly tho same substance. How About That Malaria? That Is an Invention of the Germans. Tho bag thus becomes part of tho ex- Don't forjret we have a CURE for it, one plosive churgo and when tho gun Is that will help you in every way. Send The Penslar Store fired Is wholly consumed. Frofessor 50c for full treatment. ; Cleverpert, Kentucky Charles 8. Munroo In Youth's GreiRwell & Wetlligtw, Clmrput, Kj. Wit Breckenridge News Hip; Fir June 16 Everyttini Partainini ta DENTISTRY is practiced at this office, whether it be Porcelain or Gold Crowns, Bridges, Piates or fillings, whatever is best suited to your particular needs is done in a Many New Attractions in DEPARTMENT SHflF Vial WMBWBh fill! IVI lall I Bring Your Feet To Us for Solid Comfort We Will Make 'Em Glad Thoroughly Competent manner every piece of work fully guaranteed. Do not let such an important matter be neglected when a litte time and money will put everything right. Let us talk it over. Button, Lace, Patent, Gun Metal. W, A, WALKER, Hardinsbarg, Kj. Dentist, 1 Trust Co, LOW CUTS for old, young, big and little. Office over Bank ol Hardlnsburg r Wa.rts. ADVERTISE ONE CENT PER WORD CANVAS OXFORDS "Eze Walkers" to "Emma Lou" and "Cinderella Slippers" Besides we'll get what you want if not in stock and Get It Quick No delay in Note Advertisers tilea nntlfv thn rditnr wnen you want advertisement discontinued. Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column getting. first-clas- House and Lot. and lot FOIt SALE-- A house lot 10x175 011 1'lttli at.; rooms Willi feet. Cheau for cash. W. II. (ireenwoll. Cloverport, Ky. THE UNION SIGNAL For Sale J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. tions contain Information along temperance, lines Unit no successful worker can afford to bn without. For Sale Pure Bred Orphington Eegs SALE Pure hred Buff Orphlngton I handle these fowls exclusively. 1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. This Is 11 live and let live price, not put up on account or the war. Jesse It. Eakrldgc. Ilurdlnshurg, Ky. Evamton, III. Official Organ ol The National W. C. T. U. I'rlco 11.00 per year OamDalsn edition Issued monthly: 25 cents per year. 110111 regular ami campaign edi- FOIt Saturday Excursion To r II rmauiictiin didyidLina NOTICE General Machine ! Shop as J We do all kinds of work such BASEBALL Louisville vs. Milwaukee Lv. Fordsvillo 5:30 a. m. Lv. Glen Deun 0:35 a. m. Lv. Irvington 8:05 a. m. Returning Leaves Louisville, Ky. and Retur lb! JUNE 12, 1915 Automobile Work, Motor Boat Work and Gasoline Engine Repairing, Steam Engine and Boiler Work of all Kinds. Tin Work of All Kinds We Repair all Kinds Farming Lv. Falls of Rough 6:12 a. m. Lv. Hardinsbure... 7:06 a. m. Arrive Louisville 10:05 a. m. Louisville 7:30 p. ra. Machinery, Grind Plow Points and Mowing Machine Cycles. We are located on Kim Street between Nolte's store and the river Phones 94 or 50 i we E. M. WOMACK, Assistant Gtneral Pitssngtr Agtnt' Bishop & Squires, Mgrs, Cloverport, Kentucky We Aim to Satisfy The little courtesies we extend to our customers win friends. When started in the grocery business we were determined to give satisfaction. This is a simple business proposition but it is one not all business men follow. It will pay you to trade with us. Our Specials for Saturday, June 12 CARL LISHEN Good Bide Meat, per Compound ird, per lb. lb.15c Bacon Butts, per lb.13c Pure Hon Lard, per lb..14e .. 10c Coal Oil, per gallon lc TINNER Cloverport, KeatHcky 'Ptaone 64-- W Highest Price Paid for Produce C. W. BARNES, Garfield, Kentucky Dab-bag- lys-te- We Want Your Trade Hooting, all kinds Guttering Down Spouting, Stove Tanks made to order. All work in Sheet Metal Lino Done. Estimates on AppliWorkmanship and cation. priced guaranteed. g, Barbecue Called Off Realizing that a retreat at this time will be construed by some as little short of Waterloo, we stand today and wave the banner of the Shop at Miller & Black's Old Stand CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB FOR SALE I will sell my house and lot on the hill providing I can sell soon. New house, lot 175 feet by about 200 feet. Fine situation, centrally located, Good cistern and Klectric lights. If not sold at once will not be opeu for sale, as I want to take up a position elsewhere. Will show you a bargain. four-roo- Try For Wedding's Drug Store ;, Come and See Me. over the remains of our barbecue that we had advertised for the 26th. When the date was set it was a safe prediction that harvest would be over and the farmer well up with his. work. But alasl "Man propose and God disposes," nor should we grumble, because prospects are fine for a bountiful harvest. Providence willing, we will have parts of the barbecue boiled down and presented to you In a nutshell at the country Pair. September 34 and 25. As punishment to club members they pig, to be donated to the Pair are assessed each a Swine to be auctioned off under owner's name, then sold as a lot. ' Pig bringing largest sura will be given prize of $3.50, second largest , e and smallest pig in lot. Going from the rediculous to the sublime, the ladles who sold the most dinner tickets (those who bought them will have their money returned of course) will draw for two gold medals to be presented the first day of the Fair. There is but two contestants and if you will select a pair of the finest as well as the fiairest In the district, you will not have to Inquire their names. 'J Hoping to meet twice the crowd at our Fair this year as last, we blrLJ you adieu until September 24th and 25th Catalogues ready by Jul 1st. Write (or one. half-pric- J Golan Wethington, ClaverjMrt, Ky. Corn, Clover and Stock Club B. W. CAKTEK. Secretary J