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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1915. nil of the members of that party arc and have always been united and agreed, and whereas, these policies and princi ples are permanent and enduring and are based on economic laws, conditions and truths that arc unchanging, chief among them being: 1st. The Republican American Protective tariff system, designed and destined to protect the American manufacturer, American fanner and the American laboring man against the coolie, peon and pauper labor of foreign countries, under which system this country has progress, made the most wonderful strides and devclopcments of any country of any age in the world's history; that policy that has preserved America for Americans and lias made it the Garden of Eden of the earth; where capital yields the greatest returns and labor is the best paid and receives the greatest rewards; where its people are the best fed, clothed and housed, where they are the best educated and enlightened; where they are the most prosperous, the most moral and happiest, and yet with all of this, it has always wisely produced sufficient revenues to pay the expenses of the government. 2nd. A sound and stable currency and honest money, which coupled with the system of the protective tariff is the surest preventive and cure for panics, and hard times and a producer of peace, prosperity and progress. 3rd. Such a foreign policy as will at all times command and demand respect for our people, country and flag from the nations of the earth, and protect and defend our property, rights and lives wherever distributed or found, whether in foreign land or upon the high seas. A policy with backbone and red blood, to which spineless, aimless watchful waiting and "grape juice" are unknown. 8 Pages RECORD WHEAT No 50. E MRS. L. E. ARE ON Dies at Her Home in Irvingtdn After Sudden Illness Death Great Shock. Beaver Was Captured Near Whitesville, The Owensboro says: Ky. REPUBLICANS FAIR PLANS Inquirer of Friday CROPJORECAST Estimated Year. Washington, June 8. A billion-bushwheat crop, the greatest ever grown in the world's history, is indicated for the coming harvest in today's forecast by the Federal crop reporting board on the growing winter and spring wheat crops. Should that enormous quantity be harvested the United States would have upward of 385,000,000 busnels of wheat during the coming year to supply the demands of the warring European nations, which are expected to increase rather than diminish. Domestic consumption this year probably will reach 535,000,000 bushels for food purposes and about 80,000,000 bushels for seeding. llasing its forecast on the condition of the growing crops on June t, the crop reporting board today estimated the final production of winter and spring wheat combined would be o'io,ooo)ooo bushels. The actual production, however, will be, greater or less than the figures stated la proportion as conditions from June 1 to harvest time are better or worse than usual. A billion-bushe- l harvest, with good growing conditions, is not improbable in view of the fact that in the record crop year of I9I2 the prospects increased 87,000,000 bushels from June 1 to harvest. Iullueuceil by the prospective heavy European demands for grain, American farmers last fall sowed the largest aera ever planted in this country to winter wheat 40,169,000 acres and this spring 19,248,000 acres were sown in spring wheat, exceeding last year's area by almost 2,000,000 acres. Winter and spring wheat areas combined show an increase of 11 percent, over last year's acreage. The wheat sown last fall came through the winter in splendid condition, but deteriorated during May. Spring wheat was somewhat hindered by cool and wet weather, but on June I showed a condition per cent, better than the average for the last ten years. 1 In' Convention at Hardinsburg Saturday tedFaith H. M. Resolutions Adopin the Platform. CHAIRMAN. Directors Are Busy With Assistance and Interest of Every Citizen, Great Fair Will Be Held. LIVE A large brown beaver, n very rare animal in these parts, was captured Thurs- BEARD, INTEREST IS SHOWN. of Breckenridge The Republicans convention nt Hnrdins-bur- g county met in Saturday, responding to the call of chairman. About fifty Republicans the responded to the call. The convention was called to order by Chairman II. M. Heard, who stated the object of the convention. Judge D. D. Dowell read the call. On motion Luke Illackburn Reeves was unanimously chosen chairman and Judge D. I) Dowell secretary. On motion of W. Sherman Hall the chair appointed the following committee Squire D. C. Heron, on resolutions: J. Raleigh Meador, and the Hon. Walter Henninger. Th'e committee retired and in a little while returned the following resolutions and lists of delegates. Their action was endorsed by the convention and then adjourned. 4 Continued on page 7 ago, chief among these being a declaration in favor of the following measures: Petitions Filed. 1st. A fair, honest and constitutional Judge J. R. Layman, ot this city, canvaapportionment of the State in to the rious districts so as to comply with the didate for Circuit Judge and Attorney plain requirements and provisions of the Henry Dellaven Moorman, of Hardins-- I constitution, which is based on the very ' burg, candidate for Commonwealth's foundation of Republican institutions Attorney, in the Ninth Judicial District, and representative government, so as to 'have filed their primary ballot petitions give to each voting citizen as nearly as with the Secretary of the State. Both possible, an equal voice in the govern- 'gcntleihen have most enviable records ment as is possible and attainable, and and have no opposition in the primaries They will which requirement, the Democrats have of their respective counties. for more than twenty years, ignored and have a quiet and easy "walk over." Klizabethtown Mirror. violated, to serve their partisan ends. 2nd. A corrupt practice act, such as nearly all of the States and Federal Hardinsburg Post Office Government now have. The purpose of Changes Location. which is to promote honest and fair elections, eliminate bribery and corruptWashington, June 8. The post-offiion, give the worthy poor candidate an department authorized the reequal chance with the rich, encourage moval of the post office at Hardinsburg civic righteousness and send the election crooks to the penitentiary instead of to Main street, near Third street, around the corner from the present congress. site. The removal will take place 3rd. A direct primary law that is honest, fair and practicable, such a one Thursday. as will give the voters of all parties the opportunity to express themselves and their choice of candidates for all offices Miss Nannie A. Hall, daughter of and will permit any party to nominate any man for any office that it may choose, Mr. James V. Hall, of Union Star, without being circumscribed and hamp- Ky., and Everett V. Welch were unitered as by the present law, designed to ed in marriage at 3 p m., Wednesday, serve partisan purposes June 2, at the Broadway M. E. par4th. A County Unit Local Option law sonage, Logansport, Rev. T. H. Hays giving to each county home rule and the olllciating. power and privilege of sayiug whether or The tcouple were attended by Miss not liquors shall be sold within its Urook Hall, sister of the bride, and boundaries. Mr. Herschei Smith. In the near fuResolved further, That whereas, the ture they will resume duties at the great cardinal principles of the Republi- Long Cliff Hospital, where the groom can party in national affairs, are such as Is employed in the power department. I ce Hall-Welch. Resolutions Adopted by the Breck. Inrldga County Republican Convention, Saturday, June 12, 1915. Resolved, That we reaffirm our allegiance to and faith in the various planks and principles enunciated in the Republican State platform of four years A bunch of live, progressive business Miss Kmma Hodges. Besides her men and farmers have their heads and husband she leaves three children, hearts, their energy, their brains and Percy, L. E and Harold, and her all that goes to make a success the mother, Mrs. Hodges. County Fair ut Hardinsburg to be held Funeral arrangements will be anAugust 18, 10 and 20. Twenty-fiv- e nounced from the noine today. good men are behind the fair this year, and they will surely make it a go and RECORDYIELD give us one of the best fairs ever held there. What they want and must have, is the of every man, woBillion Bushels of man and child in the county to help Over One them bring success to au institution Wheat Will be Grown in the that helps to build up the farmer, the a ml the live stock dealer. merchant United States During This There is no better stock, nor u greatYear. er variety raised in any county In the State than there is in Breckenridge Washington. June. A billion bushel county. There are no better class of wheat crop, the greatest ever grown in farmers. While they do not farm on history, is indicated for the coman extensive scale, as in other counties, world's ing harvest in today's forecast by the what they do raise is good and comfederal crop reporting boards on growpares well with any county. Breckening winter and spring wheat crops. ridge county is growing better every Should that enormous quantity be year. Better farming is going on and harvested, the United States would have crops are more diversified. The farmupwards of 385,000,000 bushels during ers have more products to sell und are the year to supply the demands of warnot depending on just one staple. ring European nations. Domestic conThe object of 11 County Fai.- U to sumption this year will probably reach bring all these products, and the people bushels for food, and 8o,ouo,-00- 0 who raise them, together once a year; 535,000,000 for seeding. to take a look ut what their neighbors Influenced by prospective heavy are doing, get new ideus and new inEuropean demands, American farmers spirations to help them in their work. in the fall sowed the largest area ever The County Fair is to Ureckenrldge planted in this country to winter wheat county what the State Fair is to the State of Kentucky. Correct Stationery. It's a means of developement of information on alt things that go to make For correct stationery for business or up a good county and intelligent, pros- social use write to The Breckenridge perous and successful citizenship. SugNews print shop for samples. Now, good people, from every nook gestions are gladly offered. Every and corner in Breckenridge county, the order, larye or small, is given prompt Fair Management appeals to you to attention with appreciation. help them make the fair this year a grand success. There is no good And No Wonder. reason why we shouldn't have one of "What made that stout woman so the best fairs in the State this year. There never was a better time and finer furious?" "Just as she was getting on the subprospect. All hands get their shoulders to the wheel and push it to success. way train the gateman said, 'Both gates lady.1 "Philadelphia Ledger. Get ready now. - day morning by Robert Martin, a farm-c- r residing near Whitesville, when he Mrs, L. E. Henderson, of Irvlngton, saw it drinking from a ditch near the died at her home Monday night about road nnd jumped from his buggy, creepnine o'clock. She was operated on at ing close enough to grab its tail. The noon for appendecitis. There was no animal was not wild nnd offered little hope for her recovery as the operation resistance. Mr. Martin had no trouble was too late to prevent death. Mrs. taking it to the home of his father, Henderson before her marriage was Richard White, where it is now held. The beaver, because of its beautiful hide, is worth considerable money. The owner intends to keep it to raise as a pet. It weighs about 40 pounds. by Government 950,000,000 For Bushels This School Entertainment at Hardinsburg. The annual school entertainment of St. Romnald's School, given by the pupils, will be held next Monday niirht, June 21, In the City Hail at Hardins burg. A line entertainment has been prepared. Admission 23 and 35 cents, Nice Home Burns. Mr. and Mid. W. I. Taul, of Free, lost their homo by firo Tuesday morning. Patticulars of the origin was not learned. There was $800 insurance. Mr. Taul has had bad luck this year, having lost $80 in cash and was hurt last week. His friends deeply sympathize with him and Mrs. Taul. Curious Bean Plant Taylor Meador was showing around the courthouse last Satur day what he called a bean plant. It surely was a curi osity of the bean family and had beans both in the lower and upper stories. two-story Against Church Billboards. Hartford, Conn., June 4 John Wanamaker shook up the members of the Church Clubs of the United States in a letter read at the annual convention here today, saying he favored dally newspaper advertising for churches and not spectacular billboards. H e recommended that churchmen clean house so that their advertising of churches might be sub stantiated if visited by a stranger. Big Victory For Drys. MANY Saturday IE CITY T Breckenridge County Exercises of St. Romnald's Take Advantage of the People School Held at Hardinsburg Five Graduates. Excursion On the L., H. and L. Ry. For Lieutenant Governor. St. Paul, Minn., June 10. Eighty saloons in ten counties of Minnesota will be forced to discontinue operations as a result of yesterday's county option elections. Only two of the twelve counties voting Blue Earth and Olmsted will retain saloons. In I'ipestone the "drys" won by I3 votes, and in Redwood by :i'2. The other counties which abolished liquor were Traverse, Todd, Renville, Dodge, Kandiyohi, Murray, Ottertail It was authoritatively announced and Watouwan. upon the street yesterday that . Frank son of D W. Fairleigh, one ing lawyers ut the Louisville announce as a candidate publican nomination for St. McQuady Milling Go. THE FARMER'S FRIEND Before Selling Your Wheat, Get Our Prices McQUADY large A of people crowd Breckenridge county from went to Louisville on the excursion given on the L., H. and St. L. branch, June 12. The schedule was convenient for shoppers and pleasure seekers. Many completed their summer shopping, while others took in the baseball game between Milwaukee and Louisville, the score was 12 to 11 in favor of the Colonels. Among the Breckenridge county people in Louisville Saturday were: Mrs, J. E. Kincheloe, Miss Jenr.ie Green, Miss Sallie Moorman, Mrs. Ernest L. Robertson, Misses Louise Moorman, Emmy Lou Moorman, Mrs. David R. Murray and daughter, Miss Mildred Murray, Misses Louise Babbage and Mildred Babbage, Messrs. Jeff Dillon, Edward Dillon, Robert E. Moorman, Dr. Lex, Mrs. Allen Kingsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams, Walter Moorman. Sunday night, at the St. Komuald church at Hardinsburg. the St.Komnald schoolwlll be celebrated in an appropriate manner. A special sermon to the graduates will be delivered by Reverend Maloney Stanley. The Kev J. S, Henry, of Cloverport, and Rev. Dodoherty, of Paynesvllle, officiated in the services commence-mcntexercises- of the evening. Returns Home. Fairleigh, a prominent young attorney, of the leadMiss Lucy C. Miller has returned to bar, would for the Re- her home after a protracted visit to relLieutenant atives at Louisville, Highland Park and French Lick Springs, Ind. Miss Lucy Governor Mr. Fairleigh is a very popular young was accompanied home by her grandman, and it is understood that his an- mother, Mrs. Sarah DownsJ who will nouncement will come at the earnest spend the summer with her daughter, solicitation of friend-- , out in the State. Mrs. James W. Miller, and Mrs. Gard- I ner Hoard. Frankfort Courier. Those who received diplomas were as follows: Misses Mary Sheeran, Sheila Pool, Dennie O'Klelly, Reglna Hoben, Advertisement. MILLING COMPANY McQuady, Ky. Ollico of Fiscal Court of Brcckinridsro County. Scaled proposals addressed to tho Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County will bo received up to 11:30 a. m., Friday, Juno 18, 1915, R. O. Penlck, of Hodgenvllle, delivered a most inspiring sermon at the when they will bo publically opened and read, for tho improvement Methodist church here Sunday. You of the county road between Hardinsburg and Sta. 2G4, in Brcckin rsav be the light of the world was the ridge County, five miles in length. thought that he gave out, which made The work, as described and shown in tho plans and specifications many anxious that they could be a to be seen nt Hardinsburg, will bo known as State Road No 1G as light to guide others from darkness. He paid a much appreciated compli- shown on general drawing. Bids must bo for work to bo done in accordance with 'tho plans ment to The Breckenridge News, which was an inspiration to those who direct and specifications approved by tho Fiscal Court and tho Commissioner the press. Mr. Penlck was accompanied of Public Roads, and on lile at tho County Clerk's Oftice in Ilardins. Clyde-Hod- ge Wedding. to Cloverport by his family and parents, Pittsburg, l'a., June lo. Miss Emma Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Penick. burg, Ky. Lillian Clyde, of Pittsburg, was married The Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County oxprossly reserves the tonight to Edwin Hodge, Jr.. of HenTeachers Elected. right to reject uny and all bids. derson, Ky. The ceremony took place Miss Edith L. Allen, ot Liberty, Before contracts are binding on first parties, they must receive in Calvary Trotestant Episcopal church. Ky., and Miss Evlyn Young, of Olm- - tho approval of tho Commissioner of Public Roads. Mrs l'rauk M Hoover was the matron stead, have been elected teachers for of honor, and Miss Mary S. Clarke, of Each bid shall bo accompanied by cash or u certified check, pay the Cloverport Graded School. Miss llopkinsville, Ky., tiie maid of honor. Allen will teach the seventh and able at sight to tho order of tho County Treasurer for 5 por cent of The bridesmaids, Misses Mildred and eighth grade, and Miss Evlyu Young tho amount of tho proposal; which check shall bo held until tho ox- Lillian Clyde, of Chester, l'a, , cousins the secoud grade. cution of tho contract. of the bride. Before tho contract is awarded, tho successful bidder or bidders Party. Camping will bo required to furnish a bond of an amount equal to tho amount Dinner Party Thursday. W. C. Frnnk, pastor of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Board had as church, leaves today to spend his vaca- of his proposal for tho faithful performance of the work in accord their dinner guests Thursday Miss tion at the Y. M. C. A. camp three anco with tho aforesaid plans und specifications. Enola Payne, Misses Francis, Georgia, miles from Llvermore. He will be acAll work to bo dono under tho direction and supervision of the Amy and Tressa Grouse, Sarah Downs, companied by the following: Forrest Commissioner of Publio Roads. Mrs. John R. Martin, of Highland Weatherholt, Willie Warren Seaton, By order of Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County. Park, and Mrs. Jas. W. Miller and chil- Jess Hall, Harold Berry, Julius Hardin Q. V. ROBERTSON, Clork of Court. and Celestine O'Connell. dren, of "The Oaks:" Cathleen Brown. Splendid Sermon. . V J M. GREAT OVATION ACCORDED Corbln, Spltzelberger, It. J. Alllngton, Jom. William Schlueter, Dr. John W. E. Gallas'ieM. R. rt, STANLEY AT COVINGTON Roising Rally of Kentucky Democrats At Monster Mass Meeting Candidate for Governor Indorses County Unit Law and Lauds President Wilson from that obsceno source called a still Into his pure little prohibition flank, and for that reason he solcctrd one who, he had every reason to believe, knew theso ruthless and wicked of the home and of the youth, and would see to It that none of the mammon of unrighteousness ever reached his pious pockets. "On September 6, 1911, Hon. John W. McCullough, chairman of Judge O'Rear's Finance Committee, Indited the following notice, among others, to tho Republican distillers and barkeepers In Kentucky. I suppose It was Intended to warn them of the Impropriety of contributing to the campaign of their ancient and Inveternte foe. Be that as It may, the letter In part Is as follows: Asks For Contributions. " 'To make an effective organization requires money for purposes that are obvious nnd legitimate. Won't you please practice some for a couple of months, add that to your usual campaign contributions and send me a check by return mall? Every dollar you contribute may mean a vote in November. Now, don't put this off, for It Is that the funds be In hand to cover the campaign expenses, and It depends upon our contributions for the vigorous prosecution of this work. Awaiting the favor of your immediate reply, I am, yours sincerely, J. W. McCullough, Finance Committee.' "The people of Kentucky are united on two things. First, their advocacy of the greatest president since Jefferson, Woodrow Wilson, and second, for a bigger and better Kentucky, a more progressive Kentucky, a more highly developed Kentucky; better roads, bringing the home and the school and church, the mill nnd the market Into closer and nearer contact. They demand the development of our vast and undeveloped resources, the payment of a deficit of two millions a discredit to Democracy and a burden to the state. Honest, fearless, patriotic men, free from the contaminating control of corrupt Influences, the Inveterate foes of graft and of every form of corrupt government, the champions of the plain people that Is what Kentucky demands, and that Kentucky shall receive from her servants. And it Is to escape this Issue that Hon. H. V. McChesney raises the bogy of statewide prohibition at this time." After the meeting Mr. Stanley was met by prominent men, among them being Justus Gocbel, brother of the late governor. Those occupying box seats were J. A. Thompson and G. W. Hancock, of Augusta; L. M. Brothers, sheriff of Rrackon county; Judge Settle, of Owenton; J. S. Thornton, of Elllston; Walter Wilholt, Isaac Wolf and J. W. Ayre, of Owen county; Dr. Chlpman, of Falmouth; Scott Moore, of Sparta; L. U. Westovcr, of Wllllamstown, and J. G. Vallandlngham nnd Ellis McElroy. The vice presidents of the meeting were as follows: W. N. Hind, Orio S. Ware, George Lohre, William Doupree, M. D. Mclnerney, Emll Rlvard, Wm. Rabe, Chris Darkatt, Joseph Gronotte, Ren Adams, Edward Renz, W. J. Boies, R. G. Williams, George E. Phlllpps, Fred. Macke, Jr., L. B. Wilson, M. H. McLean. John Green, Louis Ante, H. A. Knollman, B. Bramlaire. J. J. Gel-seJoseph Ruh, Jr.. S. Adams, Phil Metz, Henry Heldel, John Kenney, H. H. Heldecker, S. Needham, Joseph . Pugh, T. C. Armstrong, M. J. Brown, T. B. Thames, Clarence Perry, George Whorley, Pryor Tarvln, John Brady. Charlton B. Thompson, Elmer Ware, J. L. Criglcr, Thomas Rohan, William Jansen, S. D. Rouse, D. Col lins, l.ee, Herman Barkhau, J. Bode, Hutch uoodenough, Col. Robert Ford. John Richmond, H. J. Northcutt, J. Robert Kelley, James Mlnogue, Theodore Van Hoene, Dr. J. M. Riffe, Ulle J. Howard, John Von Handorf, Jr., Harry Meyers, Thomas Slattery, Frank Borgedlng, Harvey Meyers, Frank Broerlng, Henry J. Heskamp, John Klette, Gus Lively, Herman Nie- hording, William Drees, R. G. Wil liams, Joseph B. Wllke, Robert Crlgler, John Lewis, T. W. Balsly, John Schlar-maJohn T. Murphy, Thomas Wyatt, A. E. Strlcklett. E. Galattl. William Cullen, Hugo Jonas, Joe Adams, Bayard Thompson, W. A. Price, Theo. hluemper. R. J. Dlbowskl, Arthur Walker, R. R. Hutcheson, Joseph Gormley, Henry Huber, Joseph L. Ruh, Herman scnuier, Dr. C. C. Owens, Fred Ruh, O. M. Rogers, L. W. Arnett. George B. Howell, Joseph B. Theissen, Herman Slrelblch, H. H. Albers, Ma son McNeer, John Dunn, Stephens L. Illakoly, John Thoman, Wm. Hlckey, Ben Beldenharn, Jr., and Joe Moyers. Vice presidents from Campbell coun ty were: Mayor August Helmbold, Dr. Joseph Back, W. H. Newell, Bailey Moriidgo, L. C. Wldrlg, Aubrey John T. Hodge. Arthur Hail, Dr. J. M. Dlgby, T. P. Carothers, .Albert Sllva, Glan Moran, Webster Helm, lllalne McLaughlin. Herman Relsen-berCharles McCrae, A. Turner, Dr. M. Higglns, Robert Gosney, T. Carding, Ramsey Washington, Dr. C. W. Shaw, Jacob Roll Otto Wolff, Dr. L. self-deniV Bar-hou- r. Lawrence J. J. J. Yout-seJohn A. Southall, Fred Rlckcrs, Dr. F. II. Souther to, Dorle Bird, John Kruchton, Fred Miller, Leo Livingston, Arthur Gosnoy, Walter Rowc, John Shlngshlng. Lewis B. Tleman, M. Gel. ger, John Kces, Peter Ampler, H. M. nuten, Dlskln, James McCror.e, Dr. Hon. W. C. Qulnby, A. V. S. Stegeman, Charles A. Klem, Claude Healy. lodd, -, Jtiflge W. C. Our Big Red Tag Sale! is now in progress. It is beyond doubt the greatest profit-sharisale of the times. Prices are Down to Rock-Botto- m on High-Quali- ty ' Everything on sale is right out of regular stock Goods no humbug about it. ng Johnston. T. Ellchorst, M. J. Costl-gaGeo. Travor, William H. Band, M. Horan, John McDcrmott, A. C. Sleek-meleW. r, Andrew Fucgleln, M. G. Nelson, G. W. Dick-ma- Covington, Ky. Indorsement of the founty unit law was given and a plea that the. temperance Question not be made a partisan Issue were keynotes of an address by Consrersman A. O. Stanley, of Henderson, Ky., of the Sec ond Kentucky Congressional district candidate for the Democratic nomlna tlon for Governor of Kentucky, before an enthusiastic audience at the Colo nlal Theater In Covington, Ky. was packed playhouso Ilepresentatlve Democrats were pres ent from Kenton and Campbell coun ties and other parts of the state. The Newport delegation, S00 strong, led by a band, was received with cheers by the Kenton county men. When Mr. Stanley appeared on the stage he was given an ovation lasting The big Joseph Neltner, John Wolpert, O. H. Jordan, J. H. White, Louis Clark, Arthur Gosney, William Dater. William Maxfleld, Harry Sudkamp, Charles Egan, William Schlueter, William Kamp, August Day, George Klein, Edward Mnder, John J. Waters, Richard B. Davis, L. J. Dlskln, Robert M. Cottlngham, Matt Maschl-not- , George Exeler, Philip Miller, John Schultz, C. Dorgan, Daniel Shea, M. McNamara, Fred Betz, Ben Thelslng, John Tleman, Daniel Stapleton, James Lynch, John J, Barton, John Simon, Thomas Reagon. Mr. Stanley lunched at the Hotel Gibson as the guest of Thomas Slattery, district attorney of Eastern Ken-- . tucky; Federal Marshal R. C. Ford and Collector of Internal Revenue C. B. Thompson. Dr. J. A. Avcrdlck, of Covington, called on Mr. Stanley, nnd had him as his guest at dinner at his residence. Eighth and Bakeweil streets. They have been personal friends for years. Just Note Some of the Great Reductions! 331 Per Cent Reduction on all Odd Pants and ren's Clothing Think of it! A $3.00 pair of Pants Sells for $2.00. $1.00 saved which is equal ta 1 sack of flour 20 Per Cent Reduction Consider it! on Ladies, Men's and Child- ren's Oxfords A $3.00 pair of Oxfords sells for $2.40. 60c saved which will buy enough meat to last a pood sized family one week. A Big The Grocery Department is Full of Bargains. Lot of Canned Goods at Half Price. several minutes. Congressman Arthur D. Rouse Introduced the speaker, paying a tribute to his work In Congress. Pointing to former Congressman Joseph L. Rhinock, who was in a front Boat, Congressman Stanley said In opening, "You remember when we were In Congress when the Republicans were in power and how we sat around while they enjoyed the clover." This caused a ripple of laughter. Discusses Hit Defeat. Referring to his defeat for the Senatorial aominatlon he said: "No man ever saw me sulk or whine or whimper for a second. In the closing days of the campaign I made, in behalf of the gentleman who defeated me, more speeches than he made for himself." Continuing he said in part: "At this hour the spirit of faction Is dead. 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THE BALLOONS WENT UP this morning at 10 o'clock and. if you was not present, it is not too late yet for you to get your share of the Bargains we are offering. and manly man who at this crucial hour dominates the destiny of America. "Did I say ail? No, not so. There Is one little malevolent band who even at this hour of peril, at this time when to our groat President rises tower-likthe accomplishment of the mighty task which confronts him, that flaunts In his face the black Hag of defiance and Insurrection. They are not so much a party as a coterie of political conspirators, led by Caleb Powers, O'ltear, Dr. Palmer ami Hon. H. V. McChcBuey. This political organization, with which they are Identified, League. is known as the "This organization can. if it chooses, give Judge O'ltear more than a million good reasons for his present hamstringing expedition into Democratic strongholds. Hut there are others In whom It is interested. Quotes the Platform. 'The platform upon which I stand, the ptutfiom upon which every Democrat who refuses to bolt must stand until a new platform is wiitten, explicitly declares 'Temperance Is essenuud social tially a moral, iiuestion, and should not be made a partisan Isr.ui' between political parties. We favor the extension of the present local option law, as applied to the sale of liquors, which lias been upheld by our highest court as valid and constitutional, so that the citizens of each and every county in the state may determine for themselves whether spirituous, vinous and malt liquors may be sold therein.' "Now these same gentlemen, who in 1911 declared that the county unit law provided a full and ample remedy for solution of this question, change their positions, and refuse to permit any county to act In this matter for itself. Now they stoutly assert that the cause of temperance can only be subserved by bolting the platform, by declaring that thesu same counties shall not have the right of determining this matter for themselves. "The Democratic party in Kentucky e Anti-Saloo: Olympian Springs, Ky., June 10. The following officers were elected by the Kentucky Press Association: J. B. Steers, Nicholasville, president. John U Gains, Bowline Green, vice president. J. C. Alcoek, Jeffersontown, secretary. Executive Committee Robert J. McBryde, Louisville, chairman; Woodson May, Somerset; C. F. Foreey, Ashland; F. M. Thomasson, Georgetown; R. L. Elklns, Lancaster. The name Doan's inspires confidence Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney ills. itching. for skin Doan's Ointment Doan's Regulets for a mild laxative, Sold at nil drug stores. 30 Pounds of Granulated Snnar Fnr 1 (M 191 Pnnnrlc Pni Kiln W . If you spend as much as $2.00 in all departments (Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, Groceries and Undertaking Excluded) you add another $1.00 and get 30 pounds of sugar. Spend $40.00 and add $2.00 and get 60 pounds of sugar. Spend $60.00 and add $3.00 and get 90 pounds of sugar. 12PWe will do exactly as we say, a trial will convince you. This Sale Lasts 10 Days. Will Close June 24. Don't be Late. B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. Newspaper Service. S d The Breckenridge News has received a Western Newspaper Union catalogue, containing miniature reproductions of the regular service features. The catalogue should be given a place on every newspaper desk as it is convenient When looking in selecting material. over the book, mark the features liked, and a rush order may be made at any time, which will show forethought. Publishers should take an interest in ordering plate matter for their readers and the intelligent assistance of the make-uLoafing Hens man, will bring excellent re sults in the use of plate. Every walk closely and you will discover Watch of life is covered by the Western that the hen that loafs or mopes never Newspaper Union and their efficient Because lays. Why do they loaf? e service Is appreciated by during the molting season they got publishers. bilious, 'Look at their tongues, or To re. what we call tongues, and you will Dyspepsia is America's cure. find a pale, whitish color Instead of a store digestion, normal weight, good healthy pink. Start the liver with B. health and purify the blood, use Bur Sold at all drug A. Thomas' Poultry Powder and you dock Blood Bitters. will see them perk up. They begin to stores. Price fl.oo. sing and scratch soon they begin to lay. We guarantee B. A. Thomas' Woodrow Wilson. Poultry Powder. For sale at WedIs the man of the hour when Ger ding's drug store, Cloverport, Ky. Results at Patterson. Patterson, N. J , June 6. Today, the second Sunday that the Protestant churches which participated in the Billy Sunday campaign have been opened since Dilly left, broke all records for attendance at church and for new members received and baptized. It was estimated that upward of 19,000 persons attended the services and at least 1,000 names were added to the congregation rolls. REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Big Type boar. Will weigh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 and $25. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, 1 Hardinsburg, Ky. A Trial Order from Will Con vince you ef wide-awak- the difference in Purify and Qualify to Quantify All our goods are noted for their Purity and Quality. Our sanitary daylight service is what you want. PHONE M. SAVE ALL OP YOUR LETTERS $5.00 IN GOLD JULY 5, AUG. 5 AND SEPT. 5 lit-ti- at this last convention declared its Intention of eliminating this one Issue 'from politics.' lly his declaration at Winchester Mr. McChesney refuses polntblank to be bound by a plain platform declaration which he a few months ago unequivocally Indorsed, and which bin political conferees claim to have written. "Saint Edward O'Rear." "Theru Is another gentleman engaged in this party, one Saint Edward O'Rear, who journoyod all the way down to that Gibraltar of Domocracy, Graves county, and posed before the good Christian people of Mayfleld us something more pious and puro than our President and his party. Ha advised Democrats to forgot their allegiance to the faith of their fathers and vote for a dry Republican if they couldn't got a dry Democrat to suit them. A short tlmo ago Dr. Palmer wrote a circular letter advising the Domocracy of the Eleventh district to vote for Caleb Powers for the same reason. Of courso, tho doctor knew he was all right oa prohibition. "It la necessary then, as now, of course, that this eminent geutleuau should socuro tho sinews of war. Hut this ploun soul revolted at the thuught' that oae dirty dollar ahould ever seep u We Sell All Kinds of Good Saws SAWS This Is a Real Store For Tools Every man needs a GOOD SAW in his home for the wood pile and It LASTS for YEARS. Buy YOUBS of US. 8aw for repairing. all sort for the tool box at prices that OUT A FIQUEE. Etsxjc of thins in HAKDWARE. Also a FuM Use of Intcrutisul Harvester AUcMacry tad Binder TwIm C. A. TINIUS, Stepheasport, Ky. e many Is trying to force her power, did she dream of the disaster when she chanced to usehir On our nation's deadly submarine. hearts so true that has so long been wedded to you; now for you to teel, that you can steal this nation's blood see free, who has been so loyal to thee. Oh, Germany, we art surpr sed at your action unwise, for we trusted you even with our lives, now you have crossed to flow our nation's blood you know which is hard to msnd the sting of "death hand" that tore from your oosom your friends from nations' lands and cast them, In watery graves of the mighty there to sleep, until the awakening of all soul's. Then the sting of her terrible mistake at sea on the lives of the innocent and defenseless will belch forth as a cloud of smoke from a volcano to the souls responsible for her acts and in their cries of mental anguish they will only sec the horrors of this awful crime. Now whtn you pause to think of the buttercup, you will drink from this nation, hearts ones true will forever be broken by you. Then your hops to a end Is but the beginning of the sad watery graves is butja spot of our tion's true hearted and brave. H. L. D. MOORMAN, na- Lakeland, Florida. Chamberlain's Colfc, Chtkrt and Diarriwa Remedy. This Is a remedy that every family should be provided with, and especially during the summer months. Think of the pain and suffering that must be endured when medicine must be sent for or before relief can be obtained. This remedy Is thoroughly reliable. Ask anyone who has used It. Obtainable everywhere. Adkins Gives Bond. Hawesville, Ky., June 8. 'A. H. (Lon) Adkins, who on Sunday killed one of his sons and wounded another, ... . i i i. acting, as me coroner i jury tciuiucu,, uraltfttft H avimlnlnn .all il.f.naa trial this morning before County Judge W. W. Taber. He gave bond in the sum of $500 for his appearance before Judge Blrkhsad, when clroult court convene here In July. P 1 tkav Wuafc CeluMsi UNION STIR Mr. and Mrs, Amandus Diddle nod baby and Miss Vela Strlckfaden, of Poseyvllle, Ind., returned home Monday, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Blddle. The Eternal Lover NU, SON OF NU OF THE NEOCENE, SLEPT ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND YEARS, THEN AWOKE TO LOVE A MODERN MAID Gcnasco IS QtlUS THE TRINIM0 - lMEASMALT Joseph Cashman and son, Harry, returned to their home in Keokuk, la., after a visit to relatives here. Wm. Curry lost a favorite horse, Old Lady, last week. Mr. H. S. English, of Pembroke, left Monday for West Point to spend a few days with Mrs. Matilda McGlothlan. Mesdames Nat Basham and Hewitt Payne and Master Moorman Payne, of Sample, were in town Saturday. Mrs. Welsh (nee Nannie Hall), oi Logiosport, Ind., is expected soon for a two weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Basham and Jas. W. Hall. Mrs. W. H. Dowell and daughter, accompanied by Russell Dowell and Morton Cart, spent Sunday in Stephens-por- t. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Haynes were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cart Sunday. G. R. Cox came over from Lodiburg Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox. Miss Pink Ricketts is indisposed. Several from town attended the tent meeting at Stephensport last weak. Mrs. Sara E. Richardson left Monday for South Orange, N. J., wheie she will visit Mr. and Mrs. George E. Schriber. Miss Luclle Haynes is making an extended visit to her aunt, Mts. P. J. Herrmann, at Tell City. Mr. and Mrs. Curry and family and Mrs. Nannie Robbins visited friends In Roberts bottom Sunday. Miss Virginia Helm Mllner returned home from Louisville Monday. Put a cover on your roof that stays wcatlicr-prooIt takes no more of your time or it costs no more for labor! f. to lay enduring Gcnasco Roofing than you'd spend on inferior! roofinff whose service is short - lived. "Nature's everlasting waterproofer". The natural oils of Trinidad Lake asphalt cive Gcnasco life and lasting resistance to sun, rain, wind, snow, heat, cold, alkalis, and acids. It means economy from bepinninp to end. Come get Gcnasco and save money on your roofing. Irvington Hardware & is waterproofed throuch-and-throuc- li with Our new serial, by the author of TARZAN OF Implement Co., Irvington, Ky. Ky. Cloverport Planing Mill, Cloverport, THE APES. is one of the weirdest, TrlnidicLL.kt strangest stories ever written. From the very first chapter, in which Nu fights with the saber tooth tiger, to his victory over Abul Mukarram, it grips and holds the readers interest. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST nlo Uniire- 9 A. Oo, the Saber Tooth u. m.lto 12 M. p. m. to 5 p. m. Always In ofllci' during ofllcu hours Irvington, Ky. Tiger DO NOT MISS THE FIRST CHAPTER OF CORN AND HAY! If you need either corn or hay in large or will save small lots write or phone us--we Restored to Good Health. "I was sick for four years with Btomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto Gans, Zanesvllle, Ohio. "I lost weight and felt so weak that I almost gave up hope of being cured. A friend told me The Eternal Lover Beginning With This Issue. E FROM you money. Tablets and about Chamberlain's since using two bottles of them I have Obtainable been a well woman." everywhere. J. B. TAYLOR & Lewisport, Ky. See Page Six. STEPHENSPORT Mrs. Guy Martin, of Valley Station, returned home, accompanied by her daughter nnd Tommle Smith. Mrs. Cathie Dowell, of Sample, was the guest of Mrs. G, W. Payne last week and attended the meeting. Dr. G. E. Shively, who has been ill for several weeks, went to Louisville Wednefday for treatment. He was accompanied by his wile and father. G. W. Payne was slightly paralyzed on the left side Thursday evening, but we are glad to say Is much improved at .this writing. Mrs. W. T. Cunningham went to Sample last Monday to see her new nephew who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Shellman recently. Miss Linnie Haswell arrived from Caruthersville, Mo., Friday evening on the steamer, Ohio, en route to Hardins burg. While here she was the guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith. Misses Virginia Whitworth, Mary Shellman, Eva Basham and Myrtle B. Shellman were the week end guests of Mrs. L. D. Pox, while attending the meeting. L. II. Conner, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents. Misses Georgia Wilson, Mable Trent and Daisy Norris, of Irvington, attended tne meeting Saturday and Sunday. While here they were entertained at .the hospitable home of Mrs. L, D. Pox. Mrs. R. I. Stephenson and children are at Chenault this week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bosley. RE MOTE SECTIONS OE GLOBE a stolen nest. Use them at home. Keep the eggs out ot the sun when taking them to town. Don't keep eggs near oil, onions, etc., as they readily absorb odors. as soon as the Kill or sell all roo-tehatphiug .'.eason is over. M. in Farm Cannelton ers Home Journal. rs Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station r Tanlac Draws Medicinal Properties From Many Ponts Far Away. The ingredients, or medicinal ele ments, which compose Tanlac come from many remote sections of the earth, the Alps, Appenines, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Europe, Jamaica, BraStates, zil, West Indies, Mountain near the Rocky mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Russia, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru are among the points from which the principal properties of this remarkable preparation are obtained. In the principal laboratory of the Cooper Medicine Company, Inc., under the eillclent direction of Herr Joseph Trimbach, a native German chemist, these medicinal herbs, barks, and flowers are assembled in the rough and painstakingly developed so as to obtain of that high standard of etllclency preparation shown by the uniform Tanlac. In sterilized bottles, made expressly for the purpose, Tanlac is placed, labeled and cartooned. The preparation is Inspected again and then crated for shipment to points over the world where the demand requires. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is now obtainable in Cloverport at Wedding's drug store, and in Irvington at the Irvington Pharmacy. Kills All Germs Karris Healing Remedy kills any and all germs. And a whole pint will cost you but 60c. 50c for a small bottle of Farris Healing Remedy and i()c for a pint of Linseed Oil or hog lard or 7asellne. Mix together and you have an Ideal healing oil or salve 10 ounces for not over COc, where you now pay fiOc for 4 ounces. We guarantee it a better healer than any liniment. For sale at Wedding's drug store, Clover-por- t, Ky. Happenings Always Interest Our Readers. Rate $1.00 ' Bath $1.50 European BIG SPRING. Miss Nell Clarkson, of Klizabethtown, arrived Thursday to spend some time with Mrs. Harry Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. E, 1. Duncan spent Friday with Mr. Josh Nail near Riney-villSchuyler Martin was in Vine Grove e. Thursday. Mrs. C. 11. Witt and Miss Ruth Witt attended the commencement at llethle-liem I Whenever You Need a Oeneral Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a To Prevent Egg Losses. General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE In an effort to aid the farmers of 'and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives to save some of the several milout Malaria, Enriches the Blood and 0 cents. lions of dollars which are lost each year Builds up the Whole System. on eggs, Dr. II. IS. Harnard, Indiana State Food and Drug Commissioner, has sent out to farmers and egg dealers circulars which point out the pre ventable losses and which are valuable for every one Interested tu the producThere will be a picnic given at tion and sale of eggs with the greatest RAYriOND, KY. degree of excellence and profit. The rules are: Saturday, July 3, 1915 Provide plenty of clean, dry nests for your hens. Gather the eggs dally in cool weather Come one, come all and celebrate the Third of July. and twice a day in hot or rainy weath- FICNTIC! Good Shade PleRty of Seats er. Do not wash eggs. Use the dirty and small eggs at home. Keep eggs in a cool, dry place, which is free from odors. Don't sell eggs which have been in an incubator. Market your eggs daily, if possible; if not every other day. Don't sell eggs which were found in String Band Will Furnish Music Good Dinner on the Ground Meaty of Refreshments of All Kinds. Dance at Night Ice Water Free. m J Jwnt M. Rhodes, Tuesday. J. H. Mndor spent several days last week in Louisville with his daughter, Mrs, T. C. Williams. Miss I.eland llutler has returned from a week's visit to her parents at Hnrned. Foss Lyons is here to see his children, who are with their grandmother, Mrs. Sue Miller. spent Kugene Jones, of Stithtuii, Tuesday night with Mr, K. S Dowell. lieu Clarkson and sister, Sirs Kemp-- " er, spent last Thursday with Mrs John English at Hlizabetlitown. Mrs. Laddie Scott und son, Fletcher, spent several clays last week at Vine Grove. Mrs. Walter Scott will return this week from Arkansas, where she was called on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Irene Fountain, who died before she reached her. Mrs. Sue Hoard, of Louisville, and were Miss Moorman, of Tennessee, guests of Airs, Kill Moorman several diys last week. The Mirror, Hlizabethtown, Ky. Jim Norris was at Irvington Sunday. Jacob Vogt. of Jeffersontown, spent several days here last week with his daughter, Mrs. C. 11. Witt. 'Miss Maggie Scott left Tuesday for Louisville, after spending several months with her aunt. Mrs. Sallie Morris. Miss Kathrine Griffith is with her grandmother, Mrs. Kate Kasey, at Vine Grove, After reading of so many people in our town who have been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, the question naturally arises: "I this medicine equally successful in our neighboring towns?" The generous statement of this Cannelton resident leaves nu room for doubt on this point. Mrs. Lotus Hoover, Eight St , Cannelton, Ind., says: "My kidneys were disordered for a long time, before I knew exactly what was tlie matter with me. My limbs were still and sore and I often had sharp, shooting pains across the small of my back. I suffered a great deal from headaches and dizzy spells, .finally used Doan's Kidney Pills and after I had finished three boxes, I was entirely cured." (Statement given March l., 1910. Over two years later Mrs. Hoover said: "I gladly conllrm the public statement I gave before In praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. I always recommend this medicine when I have the opportunity." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for n kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Co , Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly iir-- this blank in renewing your subscription. PIciise examine the label on your paper. If your subscription is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER TIIK BKECKEXKIDGE NEWS, Ci.ovF.itroi!T, Ky. I Hndo-e- d find .f , which apply to my sub- scription account. Namk AnnitKss : Hoover hail. Foster-MUbu- rn Props., Buffalo, N Y. 11. S. Clarkson and sister, Mrs Kemper; (Misses Nell Clarkson mid Zelum Strother spent Thursday night and Friday in Louisville. Dr. W. H Strother, of Owensboro, arrived Sunday for a visit with his mother and bister. Misses Lillian and F.stcllc Vogt, of Jefftrsontown, arrived Saturday for a visit with their sister, Mrs. C. II. Witt. Mrs. Herbert Miller, of Louisville, ar rived Saturday to visit Mis. Sue Miller RAYMOND NEWS. Marshal's Sale For Taxes. virtue of taxes due the town of Irvington, Kv,, fortheears III I.'laud I9I4, I will on July 17, l!ll,r, between the hours of lU o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m. In front of the City Hall of Irvington, ltrcckenridge count v, Ky., expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following property, (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid nnd costs) 1. Barrel Grinnel estate, consisting of one house and lot in Irvington, Ky., for one year's poll tax, and three years pinpertv tax, amounting to $6.59. K, R. Dowell'stown lots, held for taxes for 10l3and 19M, amounting to T. J. Atkinson, 3.5. Marshal of Town of Irvington, Ky. Hy Miss Leo Caihmau is improving. Miss Kdith Knox entertained Thursday night in honor of Miss Lottie Driskell to n music party. All spent a pleasant evening. She Mrs. J. C. Avitt is improving. was thrown from a horse last week and badly hurt. Uncle McCager Dowell, of Heaver Mrs Nan Galloway and Dam, Ohio county, is visiting relatives Kollie Simpson, were recent guests of here. Mr. Dowell is 83 years old and a James Ritchie and family. very active Odd Fellow. He had a paralytic stroke some five years ago, hut is doing fine now, Bilious Attacks. Misses Kstelle and Dell Deacon, Mrs. When you have a bilious attack your Walter West, Mr. Arthur Driskell und liver falls to perforin its functions. son, T. Driskell, were quests of Mr. J. You. become constipated The food und Mrs, C. L. Avitt Saturday nnd Sunyou eat ferments In your stomach inCard of Thanks. day. stead of digesting. This inflames the We wish to extend to our many Mrs. Gertrude Dowell has returned to stomach and cause nausea, vomiting She was called friends our heartfelt thanks for the and a terrible headache. Take Cham- her home iu Chicago many kindnesses shown us during the berlain's Tablets, They will tone up home to attend the funeral of her broth- illness of our child. She says times er, who died last week. your liver, clean out your stomach and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory. you will soon be as well as ever. Tiny are dull out tiler's. only cost a quarter. erywhere. Obtainable ev- Subscribe Today Partners, mechanics, railroaders, laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas' l'.lectlc Oil. The Old BUndard general atrengthenlng tonic, CKOVK'S TASTUUiSS chill TONIC, drive out Fine for cuts, burai.brulses. Should be Malaria .en ricnea the blood .and build up the ay, every home. 35c and 5oc. ten. A true tonic. Far adult and children. S6S kept iu Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher M'CHESNEY GARFIELD Misses Effie Coleman, Nancy Board Issued Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1915 The Man, Says John T Ditto, and Pearl Mattingly were guetts of Miss Lydla Macy Sunday. Who Has Met Many Voters Harold Smith Is In Louisville the guest of relatives for a few days. Through Western Kentucky Mrs. Joe Howlett, of Allen, Texas, is here the guest of relatives and friends. She will visit at Hardinsburg, Kirk and man out of Cinti. for 2ft years in McQuady before returning to LouisWestern Ky. in tho hat game, ville for a week's visit. says there is but little talk or exSeveral from here went to Loulsille pression from the people of can- Saturday on the excursion and report a didates for nomination of Govern- good trip with a quiet, or. What is heard seems con- crowd coming back. Mrs. D. H. Smith entertained Sun ceded that only 3 candidaets in day In honor of her guest, Mrs. Joe and Stanley EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5,cents per lino, monoy advance. in Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. STAND BY YOUR PRINCIPLES. resignation of William Jennings Bryan as Secretary of The State shows that men can stnnd by their principles without any serious injury to persons, party or nation. President Wilson stood by his principles although opposed by member of his cabinet and a leader of tho Democratic party; Bryan stood by his principles when it took the greatest courage to do it. The world is unkindly critiLengthy cising Bryan today because that is tho easiest thing done. being published censuring Mr. Bryan, because it is no editorials are task to write the pessimistic side of any action, hut to look at Mr. Bryan's act from an optimistic viewpoint, takes a forethought, unselfishness and consideration. Mr. Bryan's resignation may he disappointing, but the firm stnnd that he and the president, each have taken for their own principles certainly is one of encouragement to those who love principles and ideals. It is a lesson to everyone not to let any person, crisis or event prevent sincerity to what the heart is convinced to be right. Bryan's resignation was timely, he did not postpone what he thought was right; President Wilson is fearless and he docs not hesitate to do what he thinks is best. Tho world certainly needs more men like these two, who are not afraid to stand by their convictions. Those of us, who shall merely read our nation's note to Germany, may bring the incident home to us by doing likeStand firm, and then if wise in our business and personal affairs. you find you have made a mistake, you will have an opportunity to correct it and begin again. Stand by your principles this should come first, and all that is good and true will follow. John T. Ditto, traveling sales- d live long, live well, said Bcnjamine Frnnklin. Is it living well to be always saying, "I will not be here much longer," "I will never live to see the day," "I do not want to grow old and be in the way." Thousands of similar remarks are heard from lips of peeple who are Christian children. Sometimes it is done to make others sorry, or to bring reirret to them, often to win sympathy. A person has no right to shorten his or her life with such thoughts, MUTTON, MONEY it is thought suicide and brings grief and sorrow to tho?e concerned. If thou wouldn't race McDcrmot, McChcsnoy, Bosworth and Newman never hear montion and if do thoy say they not in tho race. The sentiment seems to run that the clement upholding tho liquor side of question some arc trying to avoid are either for Stanley or McDermot mostly for Stanloy-an- d the class that you can depend on for support of schools for higher education; churches and Sunday school work to elevate man and womanhood in to a higher standard of lifo are for McChes-ncy- . That's the impression, ho says, he got from practically every county in Western Ky. South to Tennessee line and West to tho Mississippi from what ho heard. Judging from the leaning of tho straw the way the wind is blowingthat McChesnoy the only man that can bo seated in tho Governor's chair of the Democratic candidates. No possible chance for McDormot or Stanley to be elected if tho Republicans should nominate a, man that's not afraid to tako the stand of the Christian people of this land today on this liquor question. Tho days are crowing shorter and tho nights longer and darker for a business that has caused such destruction to the manhood of our country. Destitution, sorrow and sadness to tho many and numerous firesides of this land. Howlett. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmllatrison and baby, Carrie Francis, will spend the week In Louisville visiting relative. Sunday was Rev. C. L. Brulngton's regular day for preaching at Freedom. They had an all day service with splendid sermons, a large crowd in attendance and an abundance of provisions tor every one there. Miss Esther Meador, of Custer, is the pleasant visitor of Miss Annie Mildred Smith this week. Word was received here of the dtatn Sunday of one of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Wave Williams, of West Point, and another child was not expected to live through the day. Mrs. Nannie Dowell, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy. Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardinsburg, is visiting' her sister, Mrs. V. B. Mattingly. Misses Winnie and Margaret Davis, of McQuady, were the guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bru-ner. ARE YOU A ? IF YOU ARE YOU KNOW THAT ONE BRICK ON TOP OF ANOTHER FINALLY BUILDS A HOUSE TO PROTECT AND SHELTER. YOU KNOW THAT ONE IF YOU ARE NOT A BRICK-LAYE- R DOLLAR ON TOP OF ANOTHER BUILDS YOU A FORTUNE THAT WILL SOME DAY PROTECT AND SHELTER YOU FROM ADVERSITY. PILE UP YOUR MONEY IN THE BANK AND BUILD A FORTUNE. BANK WITH US BRICK-LAYER- Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Misses Ruth, Mary and Martha Har-ne- d and Ella Dowell were guests of Miss Myrta Priest Saturday. Truman Tabor is in Washington, D. with several inventions, the work of himself and his brother, Fred Tabor. Their friends hope they may be successful in having their inventions patented. Mrs. J, A. Sandbfach and children, who have been visiting at McQuady, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hnynes acd baby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. AND DRESS. Pool Sunday. C, Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF I OS) H Summer visitors are always welcome guests if, when in Rome they do as Home should do. When you go home this summer fora rest, try to make your vi.--it restful to your hostess by entering into the pleasures of their friends, as well as their home. Little Boy Dies. Leonard Frederick Gregory, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory, died Thursday nomine after a lengthy Illness. He was four years old and the family was devoted to him. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Iloffins, of Stephensport. The song services were in charge of Miss Eva May, Mrs. Proctor Keith and Prof. McCoy. The pall bearers were: Chas. Fallon, Chris Brabandt, J. B. Fitch and Frank Weatherholt. Inte-meat the Cloverport graveyard. Wonderful Earthworms. As Darwin long ago showed, tlio. earthworm Is the farmer's friend. Its burrows drain and iterate the soil, while the earth which has passed' through Its body la lluely divided nnd Is constantly being brought to the surface from lower levels. Its body Is adapted to the burrowing habit. Tho pointed head end Is devoid of feelers and eyes, and the foot stumps are only represented by rows of bristles, which can be felt If the finger be passed along the body from back to front. There nre no Jaws, but the muscular part of the digestive tube acts as a kind of pump for taking In food. This Graduate. Mr. Parrette a Includes plants and animals. It has a Invitations have been received in small gizzard, which contains many this elty to the commencement exer- stones, and these are used Instead of cises of St Joseph's College, June the teeth to grind the food. Chicago" Herfifteenth and the day following. ald. Among the graduates are Mark L. A Lesion In Politeness. Parrette and Alonzo C. Mattingly. Armed with a subpoena a deputy Mr. Parrette Is the adopted son of sheriff went out to serve It on a wealthy Mr. and Mss. Nace Lewis, of this city. and extremely snobbish manufacturer, whom he met ut the gate of the manufacturer's country home. The great Old Fashioned Picnic Henry Cavendish and Soot of His Queer Ways. Whenever Henry Cavendish, tho famous Kngllsli chemist nnd physicist, entertained his guests ho would always give them the same fare a leg of mutton, A story goes that one day when four friends were coming It was asked him what should be ordered for dinner. He nnswered. "A leg of mutton." "Sir," was the reply, "that will not bo enough for five." Well, then, get two." said the host. When this eccentric gentleman died he was the largest holder of bank stock In England, ne owned 1,157,000 In different public funds, besides freehold property of 8,000 a year nnd a balance of 50,000 ou account This large Income was allowed to accumulate without attention. On one occasion, when the bankers had In hand a balance of S0,O00, they thought It well to acquaint Mr. Cavendish with tho fact "If it Is any trouble to you I will take It out of your bands. Do not come here to plague me." "Not the least trouble to us, sir, but we thought you might like some of It to be Invested." "Well, what do you want to do?" "Perhaps you would like half of It Eccentric Chills, Fever and Malaria Cured by taking Mendenhall's Chill Tonic, the greatest substitute for quinine. Tastes good and children love to take it. Sold and guaranteed by Wedding's Drug Store. Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building Material, Building Hardware, HAWESV1LLE NOTES. The Decorationexerclses by "the I. O. O. F. Sunday conducted Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. cemetery were very impressive. The principal speaker of the evening were Rev. H. M. Alexander and Rev. W. M. Powers. ' Mr. and Mrs. Meyers, the coast to coast hikers, en route from Main to California, were here Sunday. They came here from Cannelton where Mrs. Meyers has been sick for some few days.. From this city they went to at the local Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. An Old Fashioned Picnic will be given nt tho Fair Grounds at Hardinsburg Monday, July 5th. See big ad next week. Carroll Tague Dead Carroll E. Taguo committed suicide Tuesday, Juno 1, according to an account given in the Cincinnati Enquirer of Juno 2. He shot himself in the right temple and died almost instantlv. Mr. Taguo was in poor health and had lost his position tho Saturday night previous. Tho paper said his fathor was very ill. Fine Crop Prospects Sam Hnksctt, Union Star, was in Irvington Saturday on busiMr. Hussett reports lino ness. crops in his section. Says ho has three acres of the finest clover ho over saw and a lino crop of corn and grass. Willing to Do That. "So your grocer refuses to give you credit for another thing." "Not exactly; ho says he'll give me tMdlt for any cash I pay on account." "Do so, do so, and do not come here to bother me or I'll remove It," was the churlish finale of tho Interview. years of Cavendish was seventy-eigh- t age when be died In 1810, and he had never changed the fashion of his dress man was In un automobile, accompa- for sixty years. London Graphic. by two ladles, and as the process nied server handed over the papers he poODDITIES IN NAMES. litely raised his hat The other assumed a democratic manner. "Yon don't need to take off your hat to me, The Old English Puritans Indulged In Some Curious Freaks. young man," ho said. "I took off my Referring to an article on the unhat not to you, sir," was the answer, "but to tho ladles with you." Argo- usual Christian name as, an aid to fame, a correspondent kindly submits naut. some specimen names for perplexed A Word to Parents. parents. Never amuse your children nt the exIn 1878 a Loudon Jourual announced pense of other people. Never allow the marriage of a lady whose first your children to ridicule other people. name was take a deep breath Neglect this advice und the time will but It omitted to usHiiredly come when these children mention what she was called In tho will amuse themselves with your foi- bosom of the family. Among tho Dubbles and ridicule your authority. Ex- lin marriage licenses, too, the name change. Atleunudlohigra occurs. And as lately as 1805 n Dorlnda Cassandra appeared Wisdom. Hope und success make a liner tonic than medicine. The best tonic Is fresh air. Tim best restorative Is xleep. In tho London Times. With such names one could hardly fall to get Into the Invested" Owensboro. Miss Fannie Clark and Estill Barton, of Daviess county, were married at Madison, Ind. Miss Clark has a host of friends here who wish her well. Will Adklns, who was thought to be in a dangerous condition, has rallied and is now believed that he will recover. Harvey Meyers was brought home from West Helena, Ark., Saturday, where he went some weeks ago to engage in the drug business. He took We wish to inform the Readers of The Brecken-ridg- e News that we are Headquarters For Summer Dress Goods and Laces, Clothing and sick shortly after arriving there and was unable to return here The Hancock Clarion. Laxa-Ma- n gestion, For constipation, biliousness, indl stomach and liver troubles. Harmless. If not better than calomel salts, or any laxative you have ever used, we pay the money back quick. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Shoes and that we will be glad to show them, as a look will convince you that we have the goods and prices. Bote a Twwcrlpt papers. Odd combinations of names resulted from the system of nomenclature followed by the I'urituus. James Broine The best stimulant Is exercl.-c-. Fatigue, calls for rest and not the In his "Travels Over Knglund, Scotland spur. Wisconsin State Journal. and Wales," published In 1700, gives n copy of a "Jury Itclurn Mado at Itye, Sussex, in the Late Rebellious, Tho Inducement. "Ho showed her u line building lot In Troublesome Times." Tho names of a fashionable suburb Just before she tho twelve good men and true were Meek Ilrower, Graceful Harding, Kill-si- n agreed to bo his." Plniplc, Karth Adams, Weep-no- t "Ah, a case of love at first Bight!" Billing, Moro Fruit Fowler, Uope-fo- r Baltimore American. Bending, Return Speluiau, Fly Debate Persevering mediocrity Is much more Roberts, Stand Fast on High Stringer, respect a Wo and unspeakably moro use- Bo Faithful Joiner and Fight the Good Fight of Faith White. ful than talented Inconstancy. Hamily How a present day justice would ton. himself If a Jury named In this Btyle were called before him I London Read the Want Ads. en-Jo- The Lamb Market. Lamb sales last week to local dealers were largo and prices good, best bringing 9 cents. Mrs. Lucy Horon sold 7 head to Paul Wilson for $07.20. Glen Moorman shipped a car load to Louisvillo Monday. Tho car contained ISO lambs that weighed 11,000 pounds. Last week Harry Norton bought 21 head lambs from Folix Curd in, averaging 71 pounds, at 9J cents; head from J. W. Ilaggin, averaging 70 pounds, at 9 cents; 0 head cattlo from Cashman fur This week ho shippod $200. another fine load lambs. 2-- Peyton & Rhodes, Masonic Building Hardinsburg, Cannelton Guests. Mr. hnd Mrs. Sherry and family, of Cannolton, and Miss Aruolia Gerber wcro hero Sunday, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hambleton. Mr. Sherry brought them in his machine, but they were not able to return in it on account of the heavy rain Sunday. :- -: Kentucky 3,500 Chicks. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard went to Louisville Monday. xi Mr. Beard . i.i i uiu com uamp weainer nas been' very hard on tho little chicks and it required a lot of attention to keep them alive. Chronicle. Try Our Want Ads Subscribe 9M Breckenridge News 10, 1915 Ky WEDNESDAY, JUNE Misses Kva and Elizabeth May, spent the week end In Owensboro. Ernest Hardaway was here Monday V I " v flMred at the Post ORllce at OloTerport, m ftecond clas matter. talking oil. Store for sale; storehouse for sale or rent. T. F. Sawer. William IIofTuts nnd Burn Lewis were in Louisville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uurden and Children, ol SampU, were here Sunday to visit his brother, Garfield Ilurden. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson, of Hardinsburg, leave Friday for n month's stay. In Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. J. Hyrnc Severs and son, Hugh llarrett, went to Louisville Saturday to visit her parents, Mr nnd Mrs llarrett. Announcement has been received ol the arrival of a sou at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Murray, of Selma, Ala. J. riyrne Severs will go to Dawson Springs this week to attend the druggists' convention in the interest of his company. Sirs. Robert Polk nnd daughter, Miss Lillian Polk, and granddaughter, Miss Alice Kubanks, have arrived home from Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harper, of and John Davis Gregory, of Louisville, attended the funeral of Leonard Gregory Friday. Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot went to Louisville Friday, returning home, she stopped off at Urandenburg for a short visit to Mrs. F.lla Gregory. Mrs. John C. Leitch and son, John C. Leitch, Jr.. arrived from Pittsburgh, Wednesday night to visit at the home of Dr. Charles Lightfoot Lost pair of gold eye glasses with roll spring Sunday morning on street between my store and Mr. Jarboe's residence. J. T. O'Connell. Dr. Thos. Cain and Mrs. Cain and little daughter came in Monday from North Dakota to visit his brother, Roy J. Cain, near Bewleyville. Mrs. Forrest Pate and son, Lewis, will accompany little Miss Kffie Oram to St. Louis next Saturday to be with her brother, Rurton Oram, this summer. Mrs. Ernest Gregory and son, Edward Gregory, have arrived from Little Rock, Ark. Mr. and Mrs Gregory will go to housekeeping in his residence on the East Side. John D. Babbage spent Wednesday at Olympian Springs in attendance at the Mr Dabbage Kentucky Press meeting enjoyed shaking hands with all his friends and meeting a few new members. Mrs John Martin, of Highland Park, has arrived to spend several weeks with Mrs Jas. W Miller and Mrs. Gardner Board. She will be joined by Mr. Martin, who will accompany her home. Mrs. V. G. Dabbage was called to Pineville Monday to be with her son, Wallace Babbage, who has typhoid fever. He has been ill eight days. His condition has not been pronounced serious e, r f Why Not Join The I nmm Wa.rvts. ADVERTISE ONE CENT PER WORD mr 11 1 ULUU7 plrnno notify the editor when you want uclvertlvment discontinued. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Rates $1.00 per month. All Work Guaranteed Palm Beach Suits Dry Gleaned and GENERAL OFFICES Pressed 50c Ladies' Work Given Special Attention. Telephone 70-- Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column m NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS lATEi. FOR POLITICAL For Precinct and city Offices f 2.50 $ E.OO For County Offices... 15.00 For State and District Offices.. 10 For Calls, per line .10 For. Cards, per line For All Publications In the Interest of Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line BERRY & MORRISON Cloverport, Ky. For Sale House and Lot. nnd lot FOIt HAl.tt-- A liouwlot tOxI'i nn Fifth st. room with feet. Clieiiu for cash.- -. W. II. (Ireenwrll. Cloverport, Ky, THE UNION SIGNAL um Purina Poultry Feed wUl make your hens lay more eggs and will save your baby chicks. Sold only in checkerboard bags. Col. Purina. HOME WEDDINGS Of can afford to Campaign edition lucd monthly: cents per yenr. Both regular nnd cnnipnlgn ediInformation along tions contain up.to-ilat- n temperance lines that no nui't'essftil worker no Evamton, III. Official Organ of The National w. C. T. U. 1'rlcnJI.OO per veur Shall we write for your order? without. Change of Train Schedule on The Kentucklans Take Place In the State of Iowa Two Couples flarry Of Interest Here, Announcements STATE OFFICES L, H. & St. L. 15, 1915. :15 A. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M EffectivelMarch EA8T HOUND ..10:6 At Arriving Irvlncton 12:10 P. Arrlvlne Louisville No. 144 will Icavo Cloverport ... .4:53 P. 0:48 P. Arriving IrvlnRton. .... 7:40 P. Arriving Louisville 5:07 A. No. 140 will loove Clovcrport 5:01 A. Arriving Irvington WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle . Arriving St. Louis No. 143 wlllleave Cloverport Arriving Owfcnsboro Arriving Henderson. Arriving Evansvlllo No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro.... Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro. Arriving Henderson No. 141 No. H3 will leave Cloverport . ... ,.li:5S P. M. 1:23 7:43 12:04 A. M. P.M. P.M. P.M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. 8:38 1 . 9:35 P. 10:15 P. 11:38 P. 12:45 A. 2:05 A. 7:40 A. 6:30 A. 7:!4 P. M. Lohrville, June 11. (Special.) The marriage of Air. Emmett Hardaway and Miss Bertha Peacock was solemnized at the bride's home Sunday, June 0. at 12 o'clock, Rev. Alford Knoll The bride wore n beautiful dress of white voile trimmed In shndow Immediately lace and satin mcssaliue. after the ceremony the guests were served to a bountiful dinner. Covers laid for twenty guests. Miss Peacock is the only daughter of Mrs. Peacock, of Churdon, Iowa. Mr. Hardaway is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hardaway, of Bewleyville, Ky., where he was reared, but has been In Iowa about six years and is a prosperous farmer. Miss Ethel Hardaway and Mr. Robt. Nesbitt were married at Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hardaway's home Wednesday evening, June 9, at 8 o'clock, Rev. Alford Knoll performed the ceremony. The bouse was beautifully decorated with wild roses and various other beautiful flowers. The bride wore a lovely dress of white satin messaline trimmed elaborately in ornamental lace and carried a bouquet of orange blossoms. Miss Hardaway is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hardaway. She left Kentucky two years ago for Iowa, to keep house for her brothers, Emmett and Sheltou. Mr. Nesbitt is a very prosperous farmer of Adaza, Iowa. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nesbitt will maKe their home with Mr. Nesbltt's mother. For Governor We are, Try a Bag and Watch Results You'll be the Winner r authorised to announce II. W. IIOSWOUTII as a candidate for (lorernor of Kentucky, subject to t ho action of the Demoirrttlc I'urty. August Primary. We are authorized to announce II. V. McClIESNKV of Frankfort. Ky., ns iv candidate for Governor of Kentucky, suhjeet to the action of the Democratic party. Primary election, , August 7. 1015. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Wo are authorized to announce A. O. STANLEY as a caedldato for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party August Primary. Ids A. 7:46A. 9:00 A.M. For Lieutenant-Governo- r are authorised to announce JODOR JAMES I) BLACK of Rarborvllle. Ky.. ns a candldatr for Lleutenant-Ooverro- r of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party In Primary Election. August 1915. Wit i 1 f r Walnut rersonai rarayiciiJiia VVho r For Circuit Court Clerk We are. authorized to announce S. B. PAYNE of Irvington. as n candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Ilrerltenrldgn eountv. subject to the action of the liopubllcan Party. In Pri- Iiiuiiiui B mary Elei'tlot, August, Wo 11115. I ri I nln nn r In Luyo in Pin uuau i.uio uai nn lo" in nil rrndcs, 12 inches mid up in diniiictor, 8, 10, l'J, 14 and 10 ft. lun'tliH. White Oak lo"s, 18 inches and up in diameter, 10, V2, 14 and m. 16 ft. Icnptlw. finrt PIaoi. WIiiIa OaI lb van aiiu WANTED! uicai inn I H g About Ptopls Who Live In Cloverport, Travel.jrhose. Wno Live In Other Towns andCltle and In States Thois That are Far Awiy. cluded. Society Notes In ure authorized to announce Primary election, Will Pay Good Prices For Good Quality Itepubllrnn party. gust". 1915. PAUL I1ASIIAM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Ilrecken-rldg- e county, subject to tho action of the. Au- FRANK & SEAT0N LUMBER CO., CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SSTiU For Representative. Wo nro James Jabine left Monday for Henderson. , R. 11. Pierce has arrived home from Louisville. John T. Ditto, of Decatur, 111., was here Friday. Miss MarjiNevitt, of llasin Spring, is visiting in Louisville. W. R. Hcnsley, of Louisville, is spend ing the week in Cauada. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury, of Irving-toare the guests of friends Miss Klla Moorman Smith goes to Louisville today for a short visit. Alvin rate will build a cottage on his lot in Breckenridge addition soon. Mrs. T. F.- - Sawyer spent Sunday in Hawcsville the guest of her parents. Miss Virginia Coombs, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mrs. William Hovious. Mrs. Allen Pierce .and daughter, Annie Lucile, have returned to Glen Dean. Mrs. Daniel Kitchen and granddaughter, Miss Ruby Wood, left Saturday for n, nutl orlzrd to announce Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days II. A. CANNON, of Madrid. Ilreckenrldge county, una candi date for itepresentntive. smijeei i ine ac piiiuicnn party, in miliary tion or I lie. Election Saturday, August 7. 'VVVVVVVVVVVVWWW, Your druggist will refund money If PAZO We are authorized to announce OINTMENT falls to cute any cote of Itching, O. A. WItlGIIT. Blind, Bleedlngur Protruding rllesln6to 14 days. The first application eives Uasc and Rest. SOc. of Mcynadv. Itreckenrldge county, as u candidate for Iteuresentntlvo. subject to the of the liepuhllran party. In Primary Election Saturday, August'. Barbecue Called Off little .short Realizing that a retreat nt this time will be construed hy some as of Waterloo, we stand today and wave the banner of the HILL ITEMS Mr and Mrs. Ernest Pate write from Louisville that they are well satisfied in their new home. Mrs. Pate said she could not do without The Breckenridge News as it seemed just like a letter from home. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper gave a delightful reception at their home Thursday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hobson, of Gracey, Ky., who were here on their bridal trip. They were charming young people and the guests enjoyed meeting them. Better trust all and be deceived, of Hazel Dell. Itreckenrldge county, as a And weep that trust and that deceiving candidate fo Representative, suhjeet to the action or lite liepuimcun party, in miliary Than doubt one heart that if believed, Election Saturday, August 7. 1015. Had blest one life with true believing. Oh, in this mocking world too fast, The doubting fiend o'ertakesouryouth; Better be cheated to the last Than lose the blessed hope of truth. ! Francis A. Kemble. We nro authorized to announce 1,0(1 AX IlICKEItSCN CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB over the remains of our barbecue that we hail advertised for the ZMi. When the date was set it was a safe prediction that harvest would be over and the farmer well up with his work. Hut alas! "Man propo.-e-s and God disposes," nor hhould we grumble, beca;so prospects nre fine for a bountiful harvest. I'rovidence willing, we will have parts of the barbecue boiled down and presented to you in a nutshell at the country Fair, September 2 and 25. As punishment to club members they pig, to be donated to the Fair are assessed each a Swine to be auctioned off under owuer's name, then sold as a lot. Pig bringing largest sum will be given prize of $3 5O. second largest e and smallest pig in lot. Going from the redlculous to the sublime, the ladies who sold the most dinner tickets (thuse 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. Hoping to meet twice the crowd at our Fair this year as last, we bid you adieu until September 21th and 25th. Catalogues ready by July 1st. Write for one. 1 d half-pric- NOTICE Machine , Hopkinsville. 1 Mrs. Marion Ryan left Monday for Marion La Heist, of Henderson, was here last week, the guest of his sister, Louisville to visit Mrs. Cross three weeks. The many friends of Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Keith. Ryan are glad indeed that she is recovMrs. R. R. Jones, of Louisville, was a serious attack of rheumahere Friday, the guest of her parents, ering from tism, and will take charge of her work Mr. and Mrs. Bowlds. at the Kentucky Children's Home July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gans and little Large crowd went on the Homer daughter, Mary, of Louisville, visited Smith excursion boat Saturday. Everyrelatives here Sunday. body enjoyed the trip. Among those Randall Ross was given a surprise went were: Mr. and Mrs. Peyton party last Tuesday night by several of who Scott, Miss Ola Fallon, Susie and Rose Cloverport friends. his Newton, lane Smith and Ella Smith, Cloverport people in Louisville re- Mrs, Geer, Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. W. H. cently: Miss Claudia Pate,, News has been received here from Bowmer, A. II. Skillmau. Louisville that Myron Moorman, formChas. May and daughters, Mrs erly or this place, had met with a serious accident at the Bonon brick plant. He was decending a ladder when he fell, lighting on the brick floor, crushing the bones in his knee He was removed to St. Mary Klizabeth's Hospital to receive medical aid. The Rev. R. E. Reeves will fill his appointment at the Presbyterian church next Sunday, after which he will take a month's vacation. Mrs. Edmondson visited relatives and friends in Owensboro last week. Will Laslie and Mrs. Laslie went to Kirk last week to see Mr. Laslle's parents. Fritz Taberling, who mashed his foot and disabled him so that be was at home several days, is able to resume work at the shops. Victor Beavln Is on the sick list. Joe Simmons and Mrs. Simmons with Mrs. Viola Jackson, spent Saturday and Sunday lu the country with Mr. Simmons' sister, Mrs. John Pate. Mrs. Emma Laslie went to Petrie tor a visit to her daughter, Mrs. James Coombs. General Shop We do all kinds of work such as 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 Corn, Clover and Stock Club B. VV. CARTER, Secretary xxxx Machinery, Grind Plow Points and Mowing Machine Cycles. We are located on Kim Street hetween Nolte's store and the river Phonss 94 or 50 Sun Burn and Wind Burn Luther Pate and family were in Saturday to see his father, R. S. Pate, who has been sick quite a while and his improvement is very slow. Mrs. Martha Stltten, of Cannelton, spent last Monday with Mrs. Jess Isora. Mrs. Garfield Burden spent a week visiting Frank Burden's family in Cannelton and her sister, Mrs. Jim Lyraer, in Tell City. The following named persons went to Owensboro Saturday on the excursion steamer, Homer Smith: R. O. Perkins, Lonnie Ray, Fred Ray, Joe Mullen, Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and sons, Forrest and Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Frank and children, James and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Scott and son, Arad, who remained to visit M". Scott's sister, Mrs. George Gray. Edith, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, is having a good time while visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gregory. Ross Wythe, of Irvington, and Julius Hardin are enjoying the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hardin. Frank Storms and family were in the country Sunday at the home of Mrs. Storms' sister, Mrs. Garfield Tucker. LUMBER WE HAVE IT For the Contractor For the Carpenter For the Owner Bishop & Squires, Mgrs. Cloverport, Kentucky Sash, Doors, Colums, Windows Send Us Your List for Lowest Prices Many people dare not venture out of doors during warm days. They fear such results as tanning, sunburn, Ktc. Such persons, should know of the protecting and healing virtues of V. G. BABBAGE ..LAW.. Contracts, Deeds, Mortgages nnd Instruments of Writings drawn up and acknowledged FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, IncnrDnrutt'd S LINEN SHOWER Will Ra fllven In Hnnnr nf ni Kathrlne Klyde Cloorman By Miss Louise Babbage. JAKE WILSON, Manager. 3 Penslar Almond and Cucumber Cream health-givin- Jjj CHENAULT Oweusboro, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Manning possible a life in the open air without injury to the most delicate complexion. It makes g Price 25c and 50c Miss Louise Babbage will give a linen shower Saturday afternoon, June the nineteenth, in honor of Miss Kath-rin- e Klyde Moorman from 3 to 5 o'clock. Miss Babbage will be maid of honor at the marriage of Miss Moorman to Mr. lCdward J. Weber, Wedding's Drug Store The Perislar Store ClivtrMrt, : : Kentucky Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Baptist church in this city. Miss Claudia Pate and Miss Martha Willis John Fltehnor,-o- f will be bridesmaids. Louisville, will be the best man. Frank Moorman and Frank Weber, of Louisville, will be usher Mr. and Mrs. John Stiff, of Howling Dr. D. S. Sphire went to Louisville Green, nre visitors nt Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Richard Stnllman's for a few days. Farmers of this section aru very busy Vic Hobertson was lu town Friday harvesting their wheat. and bought several mules to send to Miss Iiessie Cunningham, who has lSugland. Cloverport, Ky. bet-- on the sick list for some time, is Telephone 56-- J Mrs. Dr. Stephenson nnd children, Improving. of Stephens-portare visiting her parHow About That Malaria? Mrs. George (lilllland and daughter, ents, Mr. auu Mrs. L. II. llosley. Mrs. Homer Smith and son, of Loult-vlllQuite a crowd from here went to Tell Don't forget we have a CURE for it, one are visiting here. City Friday on the steamer Homer in every way. Send that will help you John Tobln went to Union county Smith. Charles and Harold Carman, little 50c for full treatment. last week to see his son, W. H.' Tobln. sons of Steve Carman, are visiting their SrtHvell & Wathhrgtei, Cloverpoit, Ky. our up to date job grandmother, Mrs. Hester Carman. Mrs. J. O'Bryan and children, of Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist , e, Try work tofie Internal Jover Rice Burrougfu Copyright, 1914, by W. G. Chapman Edgar The Story by Chapters Chapttr I. A Hundred Thou- land Years. Chapter ll Today. Chapter III. The Young Hunter. -- The Dream Mate. Chapter V. The Zebra Killer. Chapter VI.' -- The Ancient Trail. Chapter VII . The Lonely Man. Chapter VII I. A Prisoner. Chapter IX --The Hunt. Chapter The Death Dance. XI -- Happiness? CHAPTER I. kf ml m f A Hundred Thousand Years. U, I lie sou of Nu, his mighty muscles rolling beneath his smooth, bronzed skin, mured silently through the Jungle Ipriincval. Ills handsome head, with its shock of black hair, roughly cropped between Sharpened stones, was high held, the delicate nostrils questioning each va grant breeze for word of Oo, hunter of men. Now his trained senses catch the familiar odor of Ta, the great woolly rhinoceros, directly In his path, but Jfu, the son of Nu, does not hunt Ta this day. Does not the hide of Tu's brother already hang before the entrance to Nu's cave? No; today Nu hunts the gigantic cat, the fierce, saber toothed tiger, Oo. wondrous daughter of old for Nat-ul- , Thu, will mate with none but the mightiest of hunters. Only so recently us the last darkness, as, beneath the great, equatorial moon, the two had walked hand In hand beside the restless sea, she had made It quite plain to Xu, the son of Nu, that not even he, son of the chief of chiefs, could claim her unless there hung at the thong of Ids loin cloth the fangs of Oo. "Xat-ul.- " she had said to him, "wishes her man to be greater than other men. She loves Xu now better than her life, but if love Is to walk at her Bide during life, pride and respect must walk with It." Her slender hand leached up to Stroke the young giant's black hair. "I am proud of Xu," she continued. "Among the young men of the tribe there is no greater hunter or no mightier lighter than Xu, the sou of Nu. Should you, single handed, slay rOo before a grown man's beard has darkened your cheek none will be greater In all the world than Xat-ul'- s mate, Xu. the son of Xu." The young man was still sensible to the sound of her soft voice and the caress of her gentle touch upon his brow. Even as these, tilings had sent him speeding fortli Into the Jungle tit bearch of Oo while the day was still bo young that the night prowling beasts were yet abroad, so they urged him forward deeper and deeper Into the dark and trackless mazes of the tangled forest. A" he forged on the scent of Ta became stronger, until at last the huge, ungainly beast loomed large before Nu's eyes. lie was standing In a little clearing. In deep, rank Jungle grasses, and had he not been head on toward Xu he would not have seen him, since even his hearing was far too dull lo apprehend the noiseless tread of the cave man moving lightly up wind. As I lie tiny, bloodshot eyes of the primordial beast discovered the man, the great head went down and Ta, anil bellicose progenitor of tile equally III natured mid bellicose rhinoceros of tlic twentieth century, charged the little giant who had disturbed his antediluvian meditation. The creature's great bulk mid nwk ward, uncouth lines belled his speed, for he tore cyclonlcnlly down upon Xu and had not the hriilu und muscle of the troglodyte been titled by heritage uud training to the successful meet-luof such emergencies there would be no tale to tell today of Xu, the sou of Xu. lint thu young man was prepared, and, turning, lie ran with the swiftness of n haie toward the nearest tree, u huge, arboreal fern, towering upon the verge of the little clearing, Like a cat. the man ran up the perpendicular bole, his hands and feet Beeming barely lo touch thu projecting knobs marking I lie remains of former fronds which coin ci ted thu towtr-Uistem Into tin easy stairway for BUch as he. About Nu's neck his stone tipped spear hung by Its rawhide thong down his back, whllu stone hatchet and stone knife dangled from his gee string, giving him free use of his hands for climbing. You or I, having once gained the seeming, safety of the lowest fronds of the great tree, lifty feet above tho ground, might huvo heaved a treat sigh of relief that wo had thus M41y escaped the hideous monster beneath. Dut not so Nu, who was wise g g to the ways of the creatures of bis remote nge. Not one whit did ho abate his speed as he nea red the lowest branch, nor did he even waste a precious second In a downward glance at his enemy. What Old he not know preneed indeed? cisely what Til would do? to a Instead, he swung, monkey-like- , broad leaf. and. though the chances he took would have paled the face of a brave man today, they did not cause hide Oo from him. Xu even to hesitate as he inn lightly lie was not afraid that the saber the screaming, tearing Incarnation of ami swiftly along the bending, swaytoothed tiger would run away from bestial rage. ining frond, leaping Just at the right At the Instant It struck the man ns was not Oo's way, but he him stant toward the bole of ii nearby Jun- did that wish to come strange that not once had the snapnot unexpectedly gle giant. ping Jaws or frightful talons touched Nor was he an iutant too soon. The upon the animal In the thick grass. him, and then he was crushed to earth had approached to within a lie frond from which he had sprung had yards of the cliffs now, mid the beneath the dead weight of Oo. scarcely whipped up from beneath his The beast gave one last, titanic weight when Ta. with nil the force and fccent of Oo had become as u stench struggle and was still. runaway locomotive. in the sensitive nostrils of the cave momentum of a With difficulty Xu wriggled from be man. Just ahead he could see the struck the base of the tree head on. openings to several caves In the face neath the carcass of his kill. At the The Jar of that territie collision shook last moment the tiger Itself had forced the earth. There was the sound of the . of the rocky barrier, and in one of the spear's point Into Its own heart' splintering of wood, and the mighty .these lie knew must lie the lair of his as It bent and broke the haft. tree toppled to the ground with a deaf-- . quarry. The man leaped to his feet and cut Fifty yards from the cliff the grasses the great throat. cnlng crash. . ceased except for scattered tufts that Nu from an adjoining tree looked Then as the blood flowed he danced down and grinned. lie was not hunt- - had found foothold among the broken about the dead body of his vanquished ing Ta that day, and so lie sprang from rocks that strewed the ground, uud as foe, brandishing his knife and recovtree to tree until he had passed around Xu emerged into this clear space he ered hntehet and emitting now shrill the clearing and then, coming to the breathed a sigh of relief, for during shrieks In mimicry of Oo nnd now surface once more, continued his way the past fifty yards a considerable por- deep toned roars the call of the victoward the distant lava cliffs, where tion of the way had been through a torious cave man. Oo, the man hunter, made his grim matted Jungle that lose above his From the surrounding cliffs and Jun lair. head. To have met Oo there would gle came nnswerlng challenges from a From among the tangled creepers hnve meant almost certain ileiith hundred savage throats the rumbling through which the man wormed his Now, as he bent his eyes toward the thunder of the cave bear's growl, the sinuous way ugly little eyes peered nearby cave mouths he discovered roar of Zor. the Hon; tho wall of the down upon him from beneath shaggy. j one before which was strewu such an hyena, the trumpeting of the mambeetling brows and great fighting tusks array of gigantic bones that he need-wer- e moth, the deep toned bellowing of the bared as the hairy ones growled ed no other evidence us to the Identity bull bos, and from distant swamp and nnd threatened from above. Hut Xu i of Its occupant. Here indeed laired sea came the hissing nnd whistling of paid not tlie slightest attention to the no lesser creature than the awesome saurian and amphibian. huge, ferocious creatures that menac- - Oo, the gigantic, saber toothed tiger of Ills victory dance completed, Xu antiquity. busied himself In the removal of the ed him upon every hand. From earliest childhood he had been j Even as Xu looked there came a low broken spear from the carcass of his to the Jablieriiigs and and ominous growl from the dark kill. At the same time he removed accustomed scoldings of the ape people, and so he mouth of the foul cavern, and then In several strong tendons from Oo's fore- knew that If he went his way in peace, the blackness beyond the entrance Xu ' arm. with which lie roughly spliced the harming them not. they would offer saw two naming blotches of yellow broken haft, for there was never an In- stant in the danger fraught existence "Barney, there Is something about glaring out upon him. those hills that fills me with terror." f his kind when it was well to be A moment later the mighty beast it- self sauntered majestically Into the without the service of n stoue tipped bull buffalo's charge, bringing him sunlight. There It stood, lasbiiig its , spear. down with a perfect shot within ten long tall from side to side, glaring lms precaution taken, he busied him . .. with unblinking eyes straight at the self with the tusk of cutting off Oos th,. b th At that he might bear it in triumph a state bordering on nervous collapse, rash man thing who dared venture to the cave of his love. With stone thus near Its abode of death. for the risks she took were such as The huge body, fully as large us that hatchet and knife he hacked and hew- - few men would care to undertake. ed for the better part of a half hour of u full grown bull, was beautifully r,7,Hi After he had discovered, however, at last he raised the dripping tro- marked with black stripes upon a phy above his head, as, leap , ug h , gh ' that she possessed ..perfect coolness in ,, ... , . vivid yellow ground, while the belly " In nlr, he screamed once more tho,"1? and breast were of thu purest white. mmcy f 'lel i,Im W,lS 8" "lm0St As Xu advanced the great upper lip gloating challenge of the victor, that "S . ",,SU"ted ,,"y:,S , curled back, revealing In all their ter- all the world might know that there rible ferocity the eighteen Inch curved was no greater hunter than Nu, thu ho commenced to lean 11 trifle too far fangs that armed either side of the up- son of Nu. Even us the last note of his tierce in tlie other direction, so that Victoria per Jaw, and from the cavernous throat ' 0.'L'" '.'! I,os'""s where she 'unll came a fearsome scream of rage that cr y rolled through the heavy, humid, tlrcly BCimratcd from the iperheated air of the Neocene there brought frightened silence upon the vi 1111; imiij .1 luiuinr cumu u sudden hush upon thu face of vim jungle for miles round. inent to her urowess which she greatly the world. The hunter loosened the stone knife prized, since women and beginners A strange darkness obscured ,. tho at his waist and transferred It to his 111 swollen sun. The ground, trembled uud num unuuu.v suuuuiiucu uy piecuumouth, where he held It firmly, ready guards, through which it was shook. Deep rumblings muttered up- tlous and for Instant use. between his strong. difficult to get within firing distance of white teeth. In his left hand he car- ward from the bowels of the young any sort of game. ried his stone tipped spear nnd In his earth, and answering grumblings thunAs they were riding homeward one right the heavy stone hatchet that was dered down from the Urmumeut above. evening after a bunt in tho foothills The startled troglodyte looked quickso effective both at a distance and at ly lu every direction, searching for tho Barney noticed that his sister wns un, close range. usually quiet and apparently depressed. Oo was creeping upon Iilin now. The great beast who could thus cause the "What's the matter. Vic?" ho asked. whole laud to tremble and cry out lu grinning Jaws dripped saliva. The "Dead tired, eh?" yellow-greeeyes gleamed bloodthlrst-1- 1 fear and tlie heavens above to moan The girl looked up with a bright v. Could It be possible that this and the sun to hide himself lit terror. ' In every direction he saw frightened smile, which was Immediately followfragile pygmy dreamed of meeting In ed by an. expression of puzzled bewilhand to hand combat the terror of a beasts and birds and flying reptiles scourge of the Jungle, the scurrying in panic stricken terror lu derment. world, the "Harney," she said, after a moment bearch of hiding places, and, moved by , hunter of men and of mammoths? of silence, "there Is something about " murmured Nu. for Oo tlie same primitive Instinct, the young "I'or giant grabbed up his weapou and his those hills back there that Alls mo was about to spring. strangest sensation of terror Like a Cat, the Man Ran Up the Per As the mighty hurtling mass of bone trophy aud ran like an antelope for the with the imaginable. Today I passed an outpendicular Bole. and muscle, claws and fangs shot sheltering darkness of the cuvo of Oo. Scarcely hud lie reached the faucled cropping of volcanic rock that gavo him no harm. One of lesser expert' through the air thu man swung his evidence of a frightful convulsion of of the dice might have attempted to drive tiny stone hatchet with all the power safetycrumpled interior when tlie earth's nature lu some bygone nge. At sight and rocked. There was them away with menacing spear or behind his giant muscles, timing its crust 11 sickening sensation of sudden sink- of It I commenced to tremble from well aimed hatchet and thus have release so nicely that it caught Oo In ing, und amid tlie awful roar und thun- head to foot, n cold perspiration breakdrawn upon him a half dozen or more mldlenp squarely between the eyes rending rock the cave mouth ing out all over me, ferocious bulls, ugalust which no single with tlie terrific force of a imwricr der of "But that part Is not so strange closed, and In tlie impenetrable darkwarrior, however doughty, might have eped projectile. Then Nu, catlike us Oo himself, leap- ness of his living tomb Nu, tlie sou of you know I have always been subject lived long enough to count his antag ed imllclv to one slilo as the Inure Nu Nu of the Neocene lost conscious- - I to these same silly attacks of unren-new- t. onists, soiling terror at sight of any evidence Threatening and unfriendly as the lml, of ,1,L ,,wlst li""cl. sprawling. t That was a hundred thousand years of the mighty forces that havo wrought apes seemed, the cave man really the ground at the spot where the man ago. changes In the earth s crust or of tho looked upon them as friends ami allies, had stood. slightest tremor of nu earthquake. Scarce had the beast struck the peobetween them and his own CHAPTER II. Hut today the feeling of unutterable ple there existed a species of friendly earth than the cave man, knowing that personal loss which overwhelmed me Today. his puny weapon could at best but moalliance, due, 110 doubt, to tlie similariO have looked at her merely was almost unbearable. It was as mentarily stun the monster, drove hH ty of their form and structure. you would never huvo thought though one whom I loved abovo all In that long gone agu when the heavy spear deep Into tlie glossy side Victoria Custer of Beatrice. others had been taken from me. M.lnd the gi.uit shoulder world was young and Its broad bosom "And yet." she continued, "through Already Oo regained his feet, roar Neb., at nil thu sort of girl shu teemed with countless thousands of ing nnd Kcreiuning In pain and rage. really was. Her large, dreamy eyes all my Inexplicable sorrow there shone carnivorous beasts uud reptiles and vibrated and the earth trem- and the graceful lines of her slender a ray of brilliant hope us remarkablo other myriads blackened the bosoms of The nlr his hideous figure gave one an Impression of that and uiifathomablo ns tho deeper and bled to shrieks. Its Inland seas and filled Its warm, For miles around the savage deni- timidity which wo have grown to take depressing emotion which still stirred moist air with the tint tor of their zens of the savage Jungle bristled in for grunted us an Inherent character- me." mighty batlike wings man's battle for terror, slinking For some time neither spoke, but further into thu depths istic of tho truly womanly woman. survival stretched from sun to sun-th- ere of their dank uud gloomy haunts, castYet I d.uo say there were only two rode silently stirrup to stirrup ns their was no respite. ing affrighted glances rearward In things ou Ood's green ponies picked their ways VicIlls hciuiarhnrcal habits took him direction of that awesoino sound. tho toria Custer feared, orearth that It or kneu high grass. Tho girl through tho was thinkbeneath often Into the domains of the great and With gaping Jaws and widespread above It. for that mutter mice mid ing, trying to puzzle out an explanalesser apes, and from this contact had tllUmM tl)0 tl(.ur 11K1M, t()Wllr(, earthquakes. tion of tlie rather weird sensations risen what might best bo termed an tormentor, who stood gripping Sliu readily admitted the deadly ter- which had so recently claimed her. the haft armed truce, for they alono of nil the of his primitive weaiion. As tho beast ror which the former aroused within Harney Custer was one those other Inhabitants of the eurtli had turned the spear turned also, and Nu her, but of earthquakes shu seldom if unusual and delightful people ofwho do spoken languages, both meager, it Is was whipped about as leaf at the ever would speak. To her brother uot scoff nt whatever they cannot untrue, yet sutllelent to their primitive extremity of a galo tossed branch. Barney, her chum and confldunt, she derstandthe renson. doubtless, that wants, uud as both languages had been Striking and cavorting futilely, the had on one or two occasions unburden- bis sister as well us others choso him born of tho same needs to deal with colossal fellue leaped hither and thith- ed her soul. as tho recipient of their confidences. identical conditions there were many er in prodigious bounds us be strove The two were guests now of Lord Not understanding her emotion, be bad words and phrases identical to both. to reach the taunting figure that re- und Lady Orey stoke upon tbe English- nothing to offer, and so remained siThus tbe troglodyte and tho primor mained Just beyond the tone of those man's vast estate in equatorial Africa, lent. dial ape could convene when necessity destroying talons. But presently Oo In the country of tbe Wazlrl, to which He was, howtrrer, not it llttla pm-I I lain-fred I I demanded, and as Nu traversed their country he understood their grumbling and chattering merely as warnings to him against thu performance of any overt net. Had danger lurked in his path the hairy ones would have warned Ii I tn of that, too, for of such was their service to mini, who, in return, limited the more remorseless of their enemies, driving them from the laud of the iiiithroioids. Ou and on went Xu, occasionally questioning the hairy ones he cucouu tered for word of Oo, and always the replies continued him In his belief that he should come upon the mini enter before the sun crawled Into Its dark cave for the night. And so he did. lie had passed out of the heavier vegetation and was ascending a gentle rise that terminated in low volcanic cliffs when there came down upon the breeze to his alert nostrils the strong scent of Oo. There was little or no cover now, other than thu rank Jungle grass that overgrew the slope and an occasional lofty fern, rearing its tufted pinnacle n hundred feet above the ground, but Xu was in no way deslr- ous of covcr CoT ,uat wollIJ tect hi in from the view of Oo would Went more slowly, and then he stop Barney Coster had cone to hunt Mf ped nnd crouched flat upon his belly, came and forget. Slowly and cautiously ho reached ontBut nit that bus nothing to do with ward and backward with one huge I this story, nor hM John Clayton, Lord r paw until the torturing sin-nwas Orcystoke, who was once upon a time i "Turzan of the Apes," except that my within Ids grasp. Meanwhile the man screamed taunts having chanced to be n guest of his and Insults Into the face of his enemy, at the same time as the C'ustcrs makes nt the same time forcing the spear far - , It possible for me to give you n story ther and farther Into the vitals of the that otherwise might never havo been tiger, for he knew that once that paw I told. encircled the star's haft his chances South of Uzlri. the country of tho for survival would be of tho slenderest I Wazlrl, lies n chain of rugged moun- tie uaa seen Unit Oo was weakening ta ns. nt the foot of which stretches a from loss of blood, but there were broad plain where antelope, zebra, gl- many ngntiug minutes left In the big . raffe, rhino and elephant abound, and carcass unless a happy twist of the hcre arc Hon and leopard and hyena spear sent Its point through the wall preying, each after bis own fashion, of the great heart upon the sleek, fat herds of antelope. But at length the beast succeeded. zebra and giraffe. Here, too, are buf paw closed upon the spear. The faloIrritable, Ravogo beasts, more The tough wood bent beneath the weight of formidable than the Hon himself, Clay those steel thews, then snapped short ton says. a foot from the tiger's body. At the It Is Indeed a hunter's paradise, and same instant Oo reared and threw him- scarce a day passed that did not find a self upon the youth, who had snatched party absent from the low, rambling his stone hunting knife from between bungalow of the Greystokes In search his teeth nnd crouched, ready for the of game and adventure, nor seldom impact. was It that Victoria Custer failed to Down they went, the man entirely be of the party. buried beneath the great body of his Already she had bagged two leopantagonist. Again and again, the crude ards, In addition to numerous antelope knife was burled in the snowy breast nnd zebra, nnd on foot bad faced a of the tiger even while Nu fell beneath - L. C. 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Once in the Garden of tho Gods and again during 11 trip through the Canyon in Arlzoua, aud very vivid Indeed was tho recollection of Victoria's nervous collapse following tho reading' of. the press dispatches describing the San Francisco earthquake. In all other respects his sister wns tin exceptionally normal, well balanced young American woman which fact, doubtless, rendered her oue weakness the more apparent. But Victoria Custer's terror of earthquakes was not her only peculiarity. The other was her strange contempt for the men who had sued for her hand and of these there bad been many.. Iler brother had thought several of them the salt of the earth and Victoria herself had liked them too. But as for loving them perish tbe thougbtl Oddly enough, recollection of this other phase of her character obtruded itself upon Barney's memory as tbe two rode on toward tho Clayton bungalow, aud with it ho recalled a persistent dream which Victoria bad sold recurred after each reminder of a Kreat convulsion of nature. At the thought he broke tbe silence. "Has your ah! avatar made kto ewtotnary appearance?" he ask4 G.-au- 1 Continued oa page 7 me that thing I wish to bear from your A STORY THAT VARIES. THE DARDANELLES. REPUBLICANS MEET dear lips! Tell mo that even a tenth THAT TIRE0 FEELIN part of my love Is returned nnd I Bride Who Got Into a Chett and a Strait Famed In Mythology at Wall shall be happy!"' Was Found Dtad There. Continued from page 1 at In History. Sho looked up Into hU eyes, shining Thero Is u story mure or less diffused The Dardanelles ...id the Hellespont Do You Continually Feel Slvf-gis- h, down upon her In tho moonlight, and a young bride on her wedding day are n.ime for the same thing. At IU Now, In view of these great principles if on bcr lips trembled an avowal of the playing the game of hide nnd seek and narrowest place I he strait Is less than Disinterested? love she honestly believed she could and tenets of the Republican patty on concealing herself In 0110 of those an- a inll.i wide. On one side Is An In, nnd upon the man of her which the members thereof are agreed cient carved chest of large size. After on tho at last bestow other is Europe. and united; in view of our party's hisIf you do, It is probably caused by choice. she had got In the ltd closed, and she The strait Is famous In mythology. look- found herself nimble to raise It again, In the past few moments kIic had tory, traditions and achievmenls; When the liver falls to The Incursions of barba- your liver. thrashed out the question of thut other ing to the future with hope and courage; for it fastened with a spring, and sho rians Into Europe often were halted perform its functions properly, the unreal and Intangible love that had recognizing the failure of the Democrats was shut In. Search wn made for her there. system becomes clogged with poisonheld her chained to a dream fur years, in the State and Nation in meeting the In every quarter but the right one, and Xerxes and Alexander ferried across. ous matter, that weigns jou down cen- just and reasonable requirements and In the cold light of twentieth anil great perplexity and dismay were caus- - One determined to destroy the civiliza mentally and physically. tury American rationality be had demands, we are onnosed nt this time to 1 Itf I'M" disappearance, It was not tion of Greece nnd the other to diffusa The liver gets out of order very EDGAR found it possible to put tier hallucina- the injection of matters on which we as I tU1 yean flf,er' W,IWI olmlu'e 1,1,1 to tho Grecian culture over the whole world. easily, and if neglected, chronic troutions from ber and find happiness In Individuals do not agree, Ule ly ot V Crusaders went back and forth over ble usually RICE thereby caus - , ,pen,,IR results. Don't delay If the love of this very real and very Ing ...... IM'lllllll VIUIIH' UI lit lA RIIUIU " dlssentions and divisions, inviting BURROUGHS earnest young man. the mystery of her disappearance east commanded It even after the Mo you feel badly. You knowingly lay defeat and disaster, which can only re. solved. "Billy," she said, "I- "hniumedans hail established themselves yourself open to life long pain, when suit, as heretofore in electing those who you allow yourself to continue in a But she got no further. The story is found lu no many places at Adrlanoplc. Even as the words that would have stand for the things to which we are op that It may be questioned whether it Is By treaty nnd by consent nnd by her run down condition. Cure yourself Coyri-h- . 1914. by W. C. Chapman bound ber to him wero forming upon posed nnd are opposed to those things true of tiny one of them. Rogers tells situation Turkey wiw given control of quickly and harmlessly with the natIt of a palace In Modena. The chest thU strait. her tongue there came a low, sullen which we stand. ural vegetable remedy, rumbling from the bowels of the earth Strange to nay. In modern times the It has all the effectiveness, but not the Therefore, fie It Further Resolved In which tho poor bride was found Is Continued from page 6 the ground rose and fell beneath That we declare our continued adherence showu at Bmiushlll, in Hampshire, tho first ship of war that ever pnssed effect, of calomel. The "girl extended her band toward them as tho swell of the sen rises and to the County Unit Law, amended, i residence of Sir John Cope. Another through flew the tlag of America, Genuine Liv Ver Lax bears the likeher brother and laid It on his, where It falls. necessary, to make it more potent in similar chest, with precisely the same Baluhrldgc run by the guns of the ness nnd signature of L. K. Grigsby ! story attached to It. was long shown nt forts nnd unfurled the stars and stripes Then thero came a violent trembling promptly carrying out rested upon his thigh as he rode, lookthe will of the Marwell Old Hull, between Winchester In front of Constantinople, nnd In is guaranteed to give satisfaction that and ing up at him with half frightened, and shaking and a final deafening voters, as the best temperance or money refunded. Insist on It. measure and Bishop's Wnlthnm. For might have city he nnd the American crew were crash In the distance that half longing eyes. sale by Kinclieloe's Pharmacy. tbo birth of mountain for Kentucky, until such a time as the The folk tnle of Catsklu or Penu . elaborately entertained. "Oh, Barney," she cried, "you are accompanied Nation is ready to take effective action i'Ane represents the girl flying with For many centuries Russia has look-hsuch a dear never to have laughed at ranges. my silly dreams! I'm sure I should g9 With a little moan of terror the girl on the question bridal dresses from n uinrrlngc that ed with eager eyes for the control of Panama Canal Traffic. We believe that so long as the inter U repugnant to her, nnd us this tale Is . the shores nlong this strait. Memphis quite mad did I not have you in whom drew away from Curtiss, and then, to confide, but lately I have hesitated before ho could restrain her, she had state shipment of liquors into local op round all over Europe It may have The latest issue of "The Canal metamorphosed Itself Into that of the to speak of It even to you ho has been turned and fled toward the bungalow. Record," the official publication of the lion and prohibition territory is permit coming so often! At the veranda steps she was met ted, that the cause of temperance would bride who got Into n chest and died Washington office of the Panama Canal, HER ABSENT BOY. "Every night slnco we first hunted by tho other members of tho bouse not be benefited or advanced by the there. Comhtll Magazine. gives an interesting analysis of the In the vicinity of the hills I have walk party and by the Grcystokcs and nuabandonment of the county-uni- t fo Whin a Mother's Lot Is One of Wist- traffic which passed through the Canal ed band in hand with him beneath a merous servants, who bad rushed out state-widBLUNDERING REPORTERS. while at the same time we during the month of February. This ful, Weary Waiting. great equatorial moon beside a rest- at the first premonition of the coming would drive the manufacturing industry It's mighty hard to be mother of analysis shows that the traffic embraced less sea, and more clearly than ever In shock. Mistakes That Mangled the Speakers' sons lu Hnmelmrg. I worked In the some sixty-fiv- e different commodities the past have I seen his form and feaBarney Custer saw his sister running to the states across the river, deprive Words and Feelings. postolllcc for a year once handed out Of these, the commodities which had our state of the enormous revenues, tures. toward the house nnd, knowing her mnll and I gut to know Just exnetly the largest tonnge were those "Drunkenness is folly I" earnestly "He Is very handsome, Barney, and terror of such phenomena, ran to meet which It is so badly in need, without any registered Bishop Mngec In the house of what most of the mothers In town very tall and strong and clean limbed. her. as "general cargo." Next came nitrates corresponding benefits. I could please them with n lords on a celebrated occasion. How wnnted. I wish that I might meet such a man Close behind her came Curtiss, Just While we as individuals may be large horrified was the prelate to read In the new magazine and mystify them with shipped from Chilean ports, mostly to In real life. I know It is a ridiculous in time to see the girl swoon in her ly in favor of National prohibition, Europe. we papers next morning that he had given a circular or a business letter. thing to say, but 1 can never love any brother's arms. do not believe that it is within the utterance to the very bacchanalian senNext came wheat from Seattle and But If I wanted to light them up unpusillanimous weaklings who of the Barney carried her to her room, province of the State Convention, called timent, "Drunkenness Is Jolly!" til they took the shadows out of the Tacoma, Washington, and Portland, are forever falling in love with me where Lady Oreystoke. abandoning the Lord Salisbury was n master phrase-make- corners ns they went out I would give Oregon, and consigned to England, not after having walked hand in hand youthful Jack to his black mammy, to declare the party's position on state but 0110 of his best points was them n letter from a son way off some- France, Algeria, and South Africa. issues, to undertake to bind or commit with such as he and read the love in Esmeralda, ministered to her. the party on national questions, but that spoiled when n cureless reporter turned where mnklng good. The best of them Next came barley almost equal in his clear eyes. Once n amount to wheat. All of such action should be left to couven his reference to "manacles nnd Mani- didn't write any too often. "And yet, Barney, I am afraid of the barley was (To be continued) Is pretty remilnr, I suppose, from him. Is It not odd?" tions, called to elect and instruct dele toba" Into the meaningless "manacles week shipped from San Francisco, and all the other end. but you should see tho nnd men nt the bar." At this juncture they were Joined by gates to National Conventions went to Great Britain, except small Sir William Harcourt was budly mis- mother begin to" conic In hungry ngaln other members of the party, so that amounts to Denmark and Holland. Signed, quoted once. "Great is Diana of the the second day nfter her letter came. uo further reference to the subject was COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Next followed sugar D. C. HERON. Most of it came Epheslaus!" he exclaimed upon the And when n boy came home success Jr made by either. J. RALEIGH MEADOR. platform, but one paper bad It: "Great ful and prosperous n"ml his proud from Hawaii and was destined to the :ff5T?Nvs.t the Claytons' they found that an Dlnnh! What WALTER HENNINGER, mother towed him down Mnln street It harbor of New York; very small f' farce Is this!" addition had been made to the number used to go to my heart to see the wist- amounts, however, came from Japan Lack of knowledge of familiar of guests by the unheralded advent of Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky List of Delegates. Is a prolific source of unreportiful looks of the womaii friend's."" two khaki clad young men, one of Bank of Cloverport, Pltff. 1 and Peru. IV L C. W. Moorman, F P Payne, J. M There Is luirdly a family In Home-burng. For Instance, 11 speaker once mado whom rose and came forward to meet Airainst Next in order came phosphates, anil 3698 J Milof the right age which hasn't n Fitch, L. C. Taul, Forrest Freeman, R use ol the well known Hues from t, the returning hunters while they were Milt Hay craft, etc., Dfts. then followed iron and steel, iron ore, grownup son off nt war somewhere yet a hundred yards away. ton's "L'AUcgro:" By virtue of a Judgment and Order T. Polk, Jas T Hasham, I). B. Phelr tkhllm: fall lire. It's grand when they seed, Hour, railway material, lumber, He was a tall, athletic appearing of bale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, L. E Chapin, W. C Pate, L. II. Reeves, But come, thou Bodiless, fair anil free, In heaven yclept Euphrosyne. win, but I hate to think of some boys machinery, cotton, canned goods, crude man. As Victoria Custer recognized rendered at May term thereof, 19i5, In J. P. Haswell, Jr., Paul M. Hasham, W his features she did not know whether the above cause, for the sum of $125.00 S. Hall, Taylor The brilliant reporter deputed to ' who haven't come back. George Fitch oil, oats, Panama hats, copper ore, texHeard, A. T. Heard, I) tiles, cacao, coal, beans, liquors, rice, to be pleased or angry. Here was the with interest from April I, 1915; also D "take him down" was In despair. He In American Magazine. Dowell, W. J. Figgott, D. C. Heron could not make head or tall and many other commodities. one man she had ever met who came the sura of $l25.00 with interest from of this nearest to the realization of her dream January I, 1015; and $135.00 with in- Chas. Wanford, W. M. Henninger mysterious utterance. But, following The diversity of all this traffic will asJust Like Eve's Apple. man, nnd this one of all the others had terest from December I, 19l0, with in- Henry Cannon, G. A. Wright, S. II. the sound as fnr as possible, be seized A fruit supposed to bear the mark of suredly increase the universal interest in terest at the rate of 6 per cent, per an- Payne, J. N. Akers, E Mc. Davis, never spoken a word of love to her. num as above indicated, until paid, and Dr. his pen and produced the following Eve's teeth Is one of the many botan- the commercial operation and influence His companion, who had now risen all costs herein, I shall proceed to ofler J. E Kinche'oe, C. E. Haswell, New gem: ical curiosities of Ceylon. The tree on of the Panama Canal, The Outlook. from the cool shade of tho low veran- for sale at the Court House door in som Gardner, W N. Pyles, Hardee grows Is known by the slgnltl-can- t Dut come, thou koiMcss, fair ami free. which It da, was also coming forward, but more Hardlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at Hall, G. D. Shellman, A. T. Adkins, In heaven she crept anil froze her knee. mime of "the forbidden fruit," or slowly, the set of his shoulders and the Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th Dr. The speaker was taken down In more "Eve's apple tree." The blossom has II E, Royalty, Robt. Weatherford, TOBINSPORT. swing of his stride betokening bis mil day of lune, I915, at one o'clock p. m , senses than one. London Answers. a very pleasant scent, but the really or thereabout, (being County Court Gutherie Tucker, Logan Hickerson, itary vocation. remarkable feature of the tree, the one "Mr. Curtiss!" exclaimed Victoria day), upon a credit of Six Mouths, the Jess H. Carman, Overton Rlauford, J. C Golf In the Old Days. to which It owes Its mime. Is the fruit. following described property, Wm. Kinder, Sr., who.se health has Payne, W. H. Gibson, Matt Johtisoii, u and looking past him. "And Lleuton Centuries back golf was a pastime It Is beautiful and Jiangs from the tree A certain tract or parcel o: land in j? ant Butzow! Where in the world did Breckinridge county, Kentucky, on the J. R Meador, W. T. Macey, S. W Bas- - of the royal family, though then usu In a peculiar manner. Onmw on the been failing for sometime, is now bedv you come from?" waters of Town Creek and adjoining selt, T. M. Bates, Paul Garner, Joe ally played lu Scotland. The Stuart outside and deep crimson within, each fast. Miss Mary Frank, who has been visit-in- g "The world left us," replied the off- Gross farm and bounded as follows: Glasscock, Sam Laslie, Henry Hall, W. family was very fond of the game, fruit has the appearance of having had friends at Oriole, returned home icer, smiling, "and we have followed Beginning at a white oak and dogwood, C, Kane, Amos Sipes, A. J. Dye, 11. A, and the first English club was estaba piece bitten out of It. This fact, toher to the wilds of equatorial Africa." Duncan's corner now Danlelds; thence Wlnttinghill, Nelson Quiggins, Deuuie lished nt Blackhenth In UiOS by .lames gether with Its poisonous quality, led Sunday evening, with his line S. 70 K. 52 poles to three I. His eldest sou. Henry, frequently the Mohammedans to represent It as "We found Nebraska a very tame Kev. Roy Jack, of Rome, did not arSheeran. played nnd on one occasion nearly place after you and Barney left." eX' tassatrasses in Brickey's line: .thence the forbidden fruit of the garden of rive Sunday to hold regular services at with his line N. 10 E. 10 poles to two plained Mr. Curtiss, "and when I dis sassafrasses, his corner, (the old corner struck by accident his tutor with a Eden and to warn men against Its nox- the M, K. chapel. covered: tnat uutzow would accom a gum is gone); thence with another of Greatly Benefited by Chamber- club, whereupon he coolly remarked. ious properties. The mark upon the There was Kpworth League Sunday pany me wc lost no time in following his line N. 83 E. 1!! poles to a stump. "Had I done so I hud but paid my Is to Eve. lain's Liniment. evening ami Baptist prayer meeting you, and here wo are throwing our- black oak and sassafras; thence N. 1 12 debts." Charles I. was playing golf fruit attributed Wednesday evening. selves upon the mercy nnd hospitality poles to a beech and sugar tree on a "I have used Chamberlain's Liniment when he received the news of the Irish The Elgin Marblei. rocky branch; thence down the branch for Will Lynch, of Irvine, Ky., was here of Lady Grcystoke." sprains, bruises and rheumatic rebellion. James, duke of York, afterThe adventures of the Elgin marble, last week visiting "I have been trying to convince to two beeches and dogwood In Ham pains, and the great benefit I have re ward James II., was nuother anient his brother-in-laplayer. Golf Is frequently mentioned now lu the British museum, began lu them," said that lady, who bad now ilton's (now Gross' line); thence with celved justifies my . I,. Polk ami family. his line and Duncan's line South 124 recommending it In In ancient Scottish records nnd In the 1803. when they were wrecked at f.'erl-gjoined the party at the foot of the poles to tne Deginnlng; containing titty I)r Simons was over Monday to treat on their way from Greece to Engthe highest terms," writes Mrs. Flor fifteenth century wns prohibited beveranda steps, "that the obligation is acres more or less. ence ouie, waoasu, iua. it you are cause It Interfered with the practice of land It took the divers three years Alex Aid's little daughter, Mabel all upon our side. It taxes our ingeAlso a second tract, or parcel of land. who is now improved. nuity and the generosity of our friends on the waters of Town Creek in Breck troubled with rheumatic pains you will archery. Strutt considered It the most uud a vast sum of money to ilsh up the Frank Sanders' little sou, Kvert Parthenon relics. It Is believed that don keep the house even half full of inridge county, Ky., being a part of 33.1 certainly be pleased with the prompt ancient game at ball requiring u to Lord Elu'ln spent over 71,000 lu pro- Franklin, who is sick from deep cold, is acres deeded to J. G. Stephens and relief which Chamberlain's Liniment Standard. congenial companions." curing these priceless fragments left by being treated by Dr. McDonald. It was not until after dinner that their heirs of Daniel Stephens, and affords. Obtainable everywhere. Beginning at Turkish vandals, who would probably Puss and the Weather. night that Mr. William Curtiss bad an bounded as follows: Dr. F. L. Lighfoot was called Tues Brickey's corner, a to The cat Is 1111 excellent barometer. have mado an end of even these had day to attend Mrs A. J Frank, whose opportunity to draw Miss Victoria Carroll; thence withstone also corner N. Brickey's line A New Tax System. When you see u cut wetting its paw in the earl not rescued them lu time. Tho nukle is iiiflammed and painful. Custer away from the others upon 64 W. 49 poles to a hickory, another of some more or less hazy pretext that tils corners; thence with another of bis The voters of Kentucky will have an its mouth and then nibbing It energet- house of commons voted 01,000 for Rev. L. S. Sanders, of Franklin, who ically over tho upper part of Its ear their purchase, so that the enterprising ha might explain for her ears alone lines S. 82 Js W. 07 poles to a black oak. to just why he bad suddenly found Bea- Chas. Stephens' corner; thence with his opportunity cast their suffrage in No you may feel pretty certain that rain is peer lost heavily In cash and suffered is visiting friends here, held services iu trice, Neb., such a desolate place line N. 47 poles to a stone: thence S. vember upon a tax amendmeut to the coming. This action is pussy's method from a public agitation against his al- the Baptist church Thursday evening Miss Gladys Groves is in Normal, 111., and had realized that it waa impera- 84 X E. 1)8)2 poles to a stone in Carroll's State Constitution. The present method of relieving the uncomfortable feeling leged "vandalism, rapacity nnd dishonThe fact is the In Its cars caused by the change In the esty," as well as from Byron's "Curse on a visit to her aunt, Miss Kva Frank, tive to the salvation of hi life and line; thence with the same i. 7J4 B. is not satisfactory. who is a nurse in the Baby Fold there. hagplnosa that be travel halfway round to the beginning; containing about 23 farmers and real estate owners are pay. atmospheric pressure which precedes a of Mlnervn." London Chronicle. less. the world In search of a certaiu slen- acres more ortracts of land having been ing 90 per cent, of the taxes, while the storm. If tho unpleasant feeling lu the Since the cessation of the rains every These two der bit of femininity. Grip of the Bulldog. body is rushed with work, as wheat conveyed to John B. Pierce by Gabe owners of personal property are only ear wero due to a foreign substance This usually self possessed young Pierce, deed dated February 27, 'I9O4, paying to per cent. The State has an then the cat would scratch tbo ear It Is a commonly ncreptedabeltef that harvest and cultivating corn are both man stammered and hesitated like a and recorded in Breckinridge County indebtedness of about $3,000,000 and the with its hind foot. But when pussy nothing short of being pried loose will thrown together. office, deed book 55, page bashful schoolboy speaking his Friday Court Clerk's Induce n bulldog to give up his grip on State Board of Equalization for several scrubs its ear with Its saliva moistened Mrs. Q. K. Groves will be hostess to afternoon piece, but finally he man- 238; being the same land deeded to the years past another dog or on nn intruder, but this has been attempting to re- paw It Is when rain Is Impending. said J. B. Pierce by deed recorded in aged to expel from his system more or la a mistake. A little household am- the next meeting of the Women's leas coherently the fact that be was Deed Book No. 62, at page 464. Breck duce it by repeatedly raising the propmonia poured on him as near his nose Auxiliary. The subject will be "WoHe Knew Mr. Meek. Court very much in love with Victoria Cus- inridge County thereofClerk's office the erty of the real estate owner or the Mrs. Gotham I met Mr. Meek and as circumstances will allow will make men of the Bible." Or sufficient to produce Dr. Simons was calied in Monday ter and that he should never again eat sums of money so ordered to be made. farmer. A system should be adopted to his wife on the street today. him let go Immediately. The fumes of or sleep until she bad premised to be For the purchase price, the purchaser, reduce the tax on real estate and in Mr. Gothnm-O- h, did you? Meek la ammonia are so ovcr.iowcrlng that a morning to bandage Mrs. G. L. Polk's his wife. dog cannot possibly maintain his grip ankle, which was given her great pain with approved surety or securities, crease the tax on personal property, clever, Isn't he? There was a strong appeal to the girl must execute bond, bearing legal in- OUier SUtes have passed tax laws re"Clever! Why, he never opened hla nnd his breath at the same time. from a severe strain, day of sale until o.ild. terest from la the masterful thing the man had and having the force Lloyd M. Payne and bride departed the and effect of a re- - ducing the reality and raising it on per- month!" why ho's clever." Yonkera done In searching her out la the wilds Her Buelneee. Monday for Durant, Okla., where they plevlan Lien secure sonality, while other States are on the "That's of Africa to tell her of his love, for It paymentbondpurchaseretained toBidders eve of no use trying to steal a march will visit Statesman. "It's money. of pursuing the same course, the lattcr's uncle, James Kenseemed that be and Butzow had forced will be prepared to comply promptly on that pretty girl at the glove counLynch while looking for a location. tucky cannot make this change under way with but a handful of car- with these terms. their ter." Eoonomy. The members of the M, W. A held riers through a very savage section of Approximated debt, interest and cost the present Constitution, but in order to Mrs. Homespun What'll we contrib "Why not?" do so must vote an amendment thereto. the Jungle because It was the shortest 403.25. "Sho has a way of mnklng every ouo memorial services Sunday morning at LEE WALLS, ute to the minister's donation party? route from tho coast to th Creystoke Commissioner, The voters of the State cast their suf Fanner nomespun Wanl, I dunno, show one's hand." Atlanta Constitu- the Simons' cemetery, where they decorranch. frage favorably upon a new tax system a Ha nner. Tutera la way up, pork U way tion. ated the grave of the late Allen Hyde. Then there wax that about bin few years ago, but it was declared un up, fowl Is way up. We'll savo money Several teams have been hauling lumWintering Cows. Eager For Revenge. Which appealed to the same attribute ber from Millstone to the farm lately constitutional on account of the election by giving him monoy, St Paul DisStage, Malinger You are to bit the purchased from Can you Imagine a cow living on on the amendment not being published patch. of her nature to which the young giant J. II. Payne by John hero with this club in tho last act Berdsford, of her dreams appealed a primitive dry food full of worms, dust and at the proper time. The voters of Ken who will build a residence VHInln I don't think I can wait that strength and masterfulness that left parasites all winter long without tucky will have another opportunity to Unsettled. nud barn. her both frightened and happily help shewing badly In the spring? Get rid vote upon the same amendment at the "I hear that they belong to tbo early long. Ho called me n hum. Rocky Miss Anna Mary Payne, who spent a Mountain News. settlers." less la the presence of both these of these germs and parasites and the fall week with home folks, returned Tuesday election, and it is safe to predict "Well, you wouldn't think so If' you atrong loves, for the love of her dream look much better and give that it will carry by a heavier vote than evening to Louisville, where she is a could see the bill collectors climbing The Difficulty. jaaa waa to Victoria Custer a real and cow will more milk. B. A. Thomas' Stock at the last election. "Tom out of work ugaln? Why, I nurse iu the Norton Memorial Infirmary. living love. their front stops." Judge. stralght'mediclne and If it Proctor Keith, of Cloverport, recently thought be bad a steady Job." Curtiaa saw assent la the silence Remedy is Billious? Feel heavy after dinner? doesn't frea your cow of intestinal "Ob, the Job was steady! The trou-bl- e erected very handsome and costly An Empty Draam. which followed his outbreak, and, takparasites, It costs you nothing. It is Bitter taste. Complexion sallow? Liver Bobby Say. sis, what's a "empty la Tom wasn't" Boston Transcript ing adraatag of this tacit eacourag-mmin memory of Mrs, J. D. Cock-rc- ll h aakwd her haada la ata and just good for horses and sheep. For perhaps needs waking up. Doan's IratuBr" Dotty Ose you hare whea and Arad Leaf, whose graves are in aay Reguleta for billious attacks. The) first bond of society la marrtafle; the Lamb sale by Wedding's drug store, 4Mw her toward him. 35c at all rou'v been seat to bed without cemetery. Cannelton En euppe. Cleveland Leader. stores. km BMt, owr children. Cicero. quirer, 6he Eternal Lover V, 1 I 41 I er 4 'I 11 r, 11 quo-tntlo- ' . j g f 1' t: o F.liz-abet- b, bat-Lon- mou-umen- ts U u Everything Pertaining to DENTISTRY is practiced at this office, whether it be Porcelain or Gold Crowns, Bridges, Plate or Pilling, whatever is licsl suited to your particular needs is done in n Seventh Keen busy. It Is a beau tiful world ana ws must and will and can leave It more beautiful than wc found It. IRVINGTON Kev. Iteeves, wife and daughters, left Tuesday for Laverne, Tenn., to spend several weeks. Alvln Rice, of Louisville, Is the guest of Leonard Galloway Miss Venetta Ragsdell, of Evansvllle, will arrive this week to visit Mrs. J. U. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson spent Sunday in Louisville. Mrs. O. C. Chapin has returned from HARDINSBURG It is not what we read, but what wo remember, mat makes us learned. It is not what we intend, but what we do, that makes us useful. It Is not a few faint wishes, but a life of struggle, that makes uc valiant. Heecher. O.-orge Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? Thoroughly Competent manner every piece of work fully Do not let such an guaranteed. important mailer he neglected when a litt'c time and money will I,ct us put everything right talk it over. W. A. AT THE OLD RELIABLE WALKER, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dentist, 4 Trust Co. Oltice oier Bank of Hardinsburg Stands For Good Good Goods, Good Service. Good Treatment 6S MONEYBAK PLATFORM and Satisfied Patrons Give Us a Chance to ft Prove It Wolf and ehlldren, of Mrs. Montgomery, Ala., arrived Tuesday to Brandenburg. spend I ne summer wi ll her sister, Mrs Mrs. Pomp McCoy, of Louisville, Sallie M. Heard. came Saturday to visit her mother, Misses Dewey and Pauline Dejar Mrs. Nannie Bandy. nette have returned from a visit to Miss Erie Smith, of Guston, Is a vis their aunt In Stephensport. itor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. La SI. D. Heard and Russell Hook went rue Cox, Oakland. to Louisville last Wcdnesduy and re A little girl his arrived at the home turned Thursday In Mr. Heard car. of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Dowell. Miss Tlda Mercer went to Louisville Mrs. James Bolln, Mrs. Reeves and Thursday for a visit to her sister, Mrs Misses Reba Bolln, Claudia Frances and to attend the grad and Lorena Reeves and Eula Neafus E. E. Sutton, uation of her niece, Miss Helen Sutton. attended Children's Day exercises at Rev. J. E. Meng, pastor of the 13ap- Guston Sunday. tist church, has cone to his old home Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAfee spent Fri In South Carolina, to hold a meeting. day in Fordsvllle. He with his family will return in July to Miss Hazel Richardson, of Louisville, remain. has been visiting her grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Comestock and baby Mrs. D. W. Henry. have returned to their home in LouisMisses Angle Gibson and Ila Payne ville. Mr. Comestock put a new boiler left Sunday for Bowling Green. in for the Hardinsburg Milling Co. Mrs. Mary Coleman, of Vine Grove, Miss Mattie Aldridge died at Lake land lust Wednesday and her remains has been visiting friends in this com munity. weie brought here Thursday for burial Miss Reba Bolln entertained to a In the old cemetery. The funeral was conducted by Rev, Robert Johnson, lawn party Friday evening in honor of guests the Misses Reeves. Forty-twpastor of the M. E. church. In the were present. Delicious ices and cakes loe Mercer has been visiting home of his brother, Judge ft. Mc were served. William Major, of Louisville, has Mercer. Hunt have been been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Arthur and Kenneth to West View to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Bate Washington, Double Springs. Mrs. Houston Wimp, of Brandenburg, D. Smith. Last Thursday at her country home spent Friday with Miss Minnie o Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. C. C. Mengel 1 Sc Bro. Co. STOCK. CUMULATIVE PREFERRED Par Vilut of Shares SI CO. PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, September and December. Redeemable as a whole or in part, at any time, at the option of the Company at 125 and accrued dividend. CAPITALIZATION. R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Oiseases. By Mall Also 462 5th St. Louisvilee, Ky. Office Hours: G to 3 a. m. 12 lo 2 and 6 to 9 p. m CARL LISHEN TINNER Clovcrporl. Kentucky Phone 01-V- V Hooting, nil ltimlrt Guttering Down S)nutinr, Stove Ke-prinr, Tunics nmdc to order. All work in Sheet Metal Line Kstiinnte-- ! on AppliDone. ui Workmanship and cation. prices trimriintoed. Shop at Miller & (Slack's Old Stand FOR SALE I will sell my house mil lot on the hill providing I can sell soon. New house, lot 175 feet by about I'ine situation, centrally located. (jihmI cistern and Ivlectrie lights. If not sold at once will not be open for .sale, as I want to take up a ositiou elsewhere. Will show you a bargain. four-riHi- 200 feet Come and See Me. Golan Wethington. Gloverport, Ky. Mrs. John M. Skillman gave a dinner in honor of Miss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville. The Invited guests were: Miss Warfield, Mesdaraes H. M. Beard, A. N. Skillman, C. L. Heard, C. V. Robertson, J. II. Gardner, I'. M. Beard, Sallie M. Beard and Miss Tida Mercer. Prof. Hunt, of Herea, is visiting his brother, Rkv. S. K. Hunt, who has been seriously ill but is slowly improv ing. Mrs. Lillie Mattingly and granddaughter, of Glen Dean, were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. Allen Guthrie. Mis Clara Henning has gone to Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs. Preston Phillips. Miss Lucy C. Miller has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Martin, of Louisville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. James W. Miller. Pat Dillon has been in Bewleyville uu business. District Conference will meet at the A M. E. church the twenty-thirnumber of visiting preachers are expected to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Norton and baby, of Kingswood, were the guests last week of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Bashara. Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday near Glen Dean with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moorman. Miss Nell Springate and broker, Koy Springate, of Custer, have been the guests of Miss Louise Taylor and brother. Alfred Taylor. Mrs. S. A. Pale and sons, of Hopkins-ville- , are Mrs. Margaret May's visitors. Irvin Taylor has returned 10 Louisville to take .six week's term in the medical school. Murray Brown, who has been attending the Western Normal School ut Bowling Green, is at home to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown. Miss Addie K. Eskridge, a graduate in the life course ut the Western Normal, haS returned to spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Addie Eskridge. h Misses Annie Lewis and Clara have returned from Lexington where they have been attending the Whit-wort- Miss Nell Conniff, of Louisville, ar rived Sunday to spend three weeks with her mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hrite entertained Thursday evening complimentary to Misses Hopwood and Howe, of Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Trent are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a son Wednesday. David Herndon, of Louisville, has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon. Misses Julia Lyons and Mary Heron will arrive from Louisville Friday where they have been attending school. Rev. Wilson and family, of Hodgen- ville, and Mr. hnd Mrs. Penick, Custer, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick. Remedies Won't Con The worst cases, no matter of how long standing. are cured by mc wonuenui, oiu reliable JJr. l'orter s Antiseptic Healing Uil. It relieves l'ain and Ucals at the same time. 25c, 00c, J LOO. Old $1,800,000 $1,500,000 2,500,000, 1,437,000 Important features regarding the business of this Company and this issue of stock may be summarized briefly as follows: 1. This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the State of Kentucky. 2. The company has no bonded or mortgage "indebtedness. 3. This business was established in 1877 by C. C. Mengel and C. R. Mengel, and incorporated in 1903 as C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co., under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously successful during the whole period of 38 years. 4. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest importer of Mahogany in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1911 be1912, 1913, 1914, ing ij. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred Stock have been passed upon by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and Archibald B. Young, Esq., of Louisville. 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Common Stock Authorised Outstanding 18; 24; 14; 10. PRICE $100 PER SHARE. Accrued Dividends to be Added. Cures ::r:j, Other JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD & CO. JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE, KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may be made at the L0DIBURG. We think we hear the music of wed ding hells. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macey, of Mt. Vernon, Ind., are the guests of his irother, Mr. Chas. Macey, and other relatives this week. Carlt. Payne and Jas. Watlington sold three hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville last week at $7.00, 8.oo aud $11.25. Miss Marvel Dean Ilasham, of Owens- boro, was the week end guest of her uncle, Mr. J. T. llrown, and" family and other relatives Mrs. Chas, Avitt, of Raymond, aud Miss Lottie Drisked were the guests of Miss Ilettie Argabright last Thursday. Mrs Arthur Dowell, of Chicago, 111., who came to attend the burial of her brother, returned home last Sunday. Will Head was the week end guest of Joseph Adkisson, of Oweusboro, Mr and Mrs. Mc. Payne and daugh ters, Hazel and Anita, aud son, Alton, of Webster, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlt. Payne last Sunday. Chas. Payne aud daughter, Kva, and son, Marvin, attended church at Stephens- port last Sunday. Huette Gibson, who has been attend ing tue btate University at Howling Green, came home last Friday, George Cox was at Union Star last Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Dick Cox . Jas. Watlington was visiting his brother, Armstrong Watlington, of Lookout, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hook, of Nor ton's Valley, were the week eud guests of Mrs. Hook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Avitt. Misses Lucile Parr, Alma Keys, Nannie Adkisson, Vauder Robertson, Mrs. Joe Robertson, Messrs. Wilbur Keys and Fverett Robertson were the dinner guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Gibson last Sunday. On Tuesday, June 8, the friends and relatives of Mrs. R, II, Ilasham surprised her by going in to spend the day with her,,taking with tlicin well filled baskets and many useful presents, it being the 76 anniversary of her age. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ilasham aud son, Mercer, aud daughter, BRECKINRIDGE BANK CLOVERPORT, KY. Jennie; Mr. and Mrs Jerry Iiasliam and three children, Porrest, Klbert and Myrtle; Mr. and Airs June Itasham and three children, Arthur, Lucy Pearl and Dollic; Mrs. John Drown and nephew, Harvy Ilasham; two children of Mc. Ilasham, of Oweusboro, Irvin and Mrs. Jess Knott and little grandson, Monroe Knott; Mrs. I, C. Argabright; Mrs. W. L. Black and son, Arthur; Mr. aud Mrs. Taylor Compton daughters, Mirriam and Mariin The Quinine Mar-vadin- e; 1 L., H. & ST. L. R. R. g 1 H W Excursion Rates! car load of Colonial Porch Columns, bought way below cost. Real Bar-gains. Buy now while you can at 1 m Hubbard's Receipt. Elbert Hubbard said at 58 he had never consulted a physician and never consulted a physician aud never was sick an hour in his life. He thought a man ought to lve live times the length of time he spends reaching maturity, which Is 20 years. That would make us all 100 years old at death. His recipe fur living a hundred years is this: First Deep bieathlng In the open air with your mouth closed. Second Moderation in eating; simple dishes; fletcherize; eat fruit every day, especially bananas. Third IOxerclse at least two hours in the open each day, walking, working (ln the garden, playing with the children. Fourth Sleep eight hours In .1 thoroughly ventilated room. Fifth Drink all the water between meals you care to. SUth Doty't bother to forget your friends: just forget them. State University. Miss Judith Ellen Beard will return Wednesday from South Carolina where she went as a delegate to the Y.VV.C.A. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skillman and sons spent Saturday and Sunday In town with their parents. Miss Sarah Dean Moorman, of Glen Dean, is visiting Miss Mary Franklin Beard. That Does Not Affect The Head Because of Us tonic and laxative effect, LAXA-TIV11ROMO QUININJ! Is belter than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing In head. Remember the full name and look for the signature ol E. W. GROVK. 25c. this low price. Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of John H. MdGavock, deceased, are requested to prove their claims as required under the statutes, and file with me at once. This June 14, i015. Allen R. Klncheloe, Administrator, Hardinsburg, Ky. on Lumber and Construction? proprietor has built the majority and best houses in the City of Cloverport and has had years of experience. Why not get our estimates and Prices Our Shelton Bishop is the guest of his parents, Mr. und Mrs. Lee Bishop. Kev. Lusiie filled the pulpit at the M. E. church last Sunday morning und evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, Kings-woospent Sunduy with Mr and Mrs, James Kennedy. No. CANNELTON NOTES. Dr. J. D. Bacon, for many years a practicing physician of Troy, and whs two years ago came to Cannelton with his wife, died at the family home on Adams street Saturday evening last. The remains were taken to Troy and the burial was In the city cemetery. While at work placing a tin roof upon the building of Mrs. T. Groves last Friday afternoon Jack Richards .fell from a ladder a distance of about fifteen teet. He escaped, with a pretty good shaking up, but no broken bones. Cloverport Planing Mill, Cloverport, Ky. The Cannelton Iron Works this week received its fourth shipment of Max well automobiles, making 14 maohlnes In all sold since they took the agency early In the season. Last Friday Edwin Fuchs fell from the rear porch ot Andy Dannhaner's place of business. While' be suffered paintui injuries the same are not serious, however he is confined to his bed and Is under the care of a physician, The Cannelton Enquirer. 40 for the Blood 40, Rheumatism, Scrofula and all humors of the blood give way when you take Number the great cure for blood poison. Try a bottle from Wedding's Drug Store. It will give you new life. Try our ,Want or For. Sal column for quick rulti,