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The Breckenridge news: July 7, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915070701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 7, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1915. 8 Pages No. 1 Horv. H. V. McChesney Democratic Candidate For Governor August Primary 0 I Hardinsburg, Ky., Saturday, July 17, At o 0! 101 . 3 Will Speak At 1 D O'clock P. M. Q Hear the man who wants the people to rule, instead of the Trusts, especially the Whiskey Trust. I AMERICAN FLAG UNFURLED OVER STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF 3 Go, AMOS BOARD DIES AT Weil-Known BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY COURT HOUSE The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Hardinsburg, Kentucky At the Close of Business Jane 30, Resources Notes and Bills $342,449.78 ... 38,710.00 Stock and Bonds Real Estate (Farm Lands) 2,724.34 Blinking Houso and Lot, charged olF .. , Furniture and Fixtures, charged oil" Cash and Duo from Banks til, 2 11. (14 .'. 8 Wife Commemorative Exercises Held From the Steps of the County Capitol Friday Afternoon Raising of the Flag by Miss Mary Herndon. Man Taken After Lingering 1915 Illness Leaves and One Brother of AND A PATRIOTIC V ADDRESSES AND MUSIC Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus.... Undivided Profits Deposits Dividend No. 50 Due 1915 $ 50,000.00 Arizona MASON METHODIST well-know- and Three hundred townspeople county citizens assembled at Hardinsburg Friday to cuinmeraorate Flag Day, which has been generally celebrated In America during the last four weeks. The ceremonies took place at the court house where appropriate ad dresses were delivered and patriotic music was rendered. The afternoon was ideal and the air was filled with patriotism and honor for our nation. Inny homes and business houses were lrilliant with red, white and blue bunding and dozens of Hags fluttered find there, expressing the spirit of the hf-r- man, Mrs. Paul Compton, Mrs. D. D Dowell, Mrs. H. M. Beard, Mrs. Luke B. Reeves and Mrs. Morris Beard. Star Spangled Banner was sung by Miss Hannah Beard and the entire audience rose to their feet, the men lifting their I ats in tribute to the song loved so well by every public spirited citizen. The Hon. W. Sherman Ball delivered an address entitled, "The Flag," and Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman spoke of "Liberty," followed by the Hon. J. R.. Eskridge speaking appropriately of "Symbol)." The .addresses were helpful, and a deep national sentiment went from heart to heart until every citizen had a vision beyond the fence of his own home, beyond the limits of his home town and beyond the boundary The lines of Breckenrldge county. words Included thoughts of all America and influenced the whole world. Among the Old Veterans, Federal and Confederate, present were: C. H. Mattingly, J. L. Frank, Chas. Heston, Taylor Scott and Wrs. Beard, 3rd Ky. Cavalry; Qulnn Eskrldge and V. A. Stinnett, Green River Battallion State Troops: Adjutant General D R. Mur ray, i7th Ky. Cavalry; Rev. J. H. Len-non, 30,000.00 5,353.12 350,742.04 July 1st, 3,000 00 had been conllned to his home since last October and his death was dallv Amos Board, a man n to Hardinsburg and that community through years of efficient business service, died of tuberculosis at his home Hardinsburg Monday mOrnimr. He expected. ' $445,095.76 $445,095.76 Very respectfully, PAUL COHPTON, Cashier THE ONLY PAUDONABLK PIIIDK Is That In Service Faithfully Rendered. For Quarter of a century The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company has faithfully and unfailingly served the business intoreats of this coiiiuiiinity' and is Say. A A The exercises were held in the court yard in tne early pari 01 me afternoon. Judge Dowell opened the program of the celebration by intro ducing Miss Marv Heron, who raised Old Gloiy to the top of the court house e at 2 o'clock. Miss Heron of ficiated with grace, wearing a beautiful white dress which added to the beauty of the event as the huge flag was unfurled. Her maids of honor were: Miss Jane Lightfoot, of Clover port; Miss Eliza Piggott, of Irvington; Miss Sarah Dean Moorman, of Glen Dean; Miss Heard and Miss Mary Franklin 26th Riflemen, 2nd 53rd Ky. Beard, of Hardinsburg. The Hon. D. Confederates B. G. Dowell and John C. Heron, who inaugurated the observance of Flag Day for Breckenrldge Moredock. 1st Ky. Cavalry; Isaac county, and Mrs. Heron, had as their Muckenfuss, 11th South Carolina Regl matrons of honor, Mrs. G. D. Shell- - ment. flag-pol- X seeking your business on its record. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00 I Surplus and Undivided Profits $35,000.00 OFFICERS: M. D. BEARD, President M. B. KINCHELOE, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier Ass't. Cashier DIRECTORS: C. V. ROBERTSON BT B.' T. Worland Dead well-kno- Frank Carter, who attended the funeral yesterday. WILLIS GREEN DR. A. M. KINCHELOE M. D. BEARD PAUL COMPTON Mr. Hoard was born in Hardinsburir about years aco. He was a man of valuable and creditable traits in his home, social and business life. For uiueteeu years ho was salesman nt the store of li. F. Beard & Company and there he gave himself unsolfishlv to the public. Six years ago he mar ried Miss Ullza Squires, who is left with his ouly brother, ICenneth Board. of Tuscon, Arizona. Mrs. Rebecca McGary, of Louisville, and Mrs. T. B. Henderson, of Webster,, two aunts, complete the small family circle of Mr. Board. The funeral arrangements will be completed as soon as Mr. Board arrives from Arizona. The services will be held in the Methodist church and will oe conducted by the Masons. The interment will take place In Ivy Hill cemetery. The active pall bearers will be the men employes of B. F. Heard & Company as follows: Marvin Beard, Raymond Duval!, W. M. Kline, G. V. Evans, Herbert Hall and Thos Ryan. The honorary pall bearers arei Herbert Beard, Dr. Evan Royalty,. Faul Compton, Watson Hatcher, Dr. J. K. Kincheloe and Thos. Jolly. forty-seven of Meade county, died citizen Mrs. Emma Powell and Miss Lotus at his home in Powell, of Corydon, Ky., are visiting Brandenburg Sunday. His death was due to senility. He was an uncle of E. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper. Worland, a MRS. JACOB COWLEY Dies at the Age of Seventy-si- x Years at Her Home Thursday Night State Treasurer Hon. Claude B. Terrell, candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Treasurer, made an enviable reputation as Speaker of the Kentucky Iiouse of Representatives In I9I2 and I9U. He has served three terms in the Legislature, and the fact that he was elected prsidlng olllcer for two terms Is proof of his high standing. Only a clean man cin repeat in this high position. Mr. Terrell Is all that and more. He is a substantial, practical, able man, with a wide experience in business of various kinds, which fact will be of much service to him In dealing with the affairs of the d Come to the long looked tor PICNIC St. Mary's of the Woods McQuady, Ky. Large Family Left. Mrs. Jacob Cowley died of. heart trouble at her home last Thursday night. She wan seventy-siyears of age, and was a citizen. Mrs. Cowley was the mother of a large x well-know- n family. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon from the Sand Hill Baptist church and the interment was In Sand Hill State. cemetery. The Rev. Hutchinson officiated in the services. Mr. Cowley is left with his children Mrs. Temple Simmons, as follows: Mrs. George Ashcraft, Mrs. Noah Greenwell, Mrs. Henry Neafus, Mrs. Davis Ashcraft, Miss Margaret and Miss Nannie, the twins; Lou, WIU and Henry Cowley, Will Go to Louisville If you have lung trouble, scrofula, rheumatism or piles, come to see B. F, very strong. All who served with him Saunders, headquarters at Oelze's drug Will be In Cloverin the General Assembly have brought stole, Cloverport. back to their districts the most favor-abl- e, port all this week. reports of him as a gentleman Fine Tobacco Grower and as a worthy public servant, In the Big Sandy Valley Mr. Terrell Is Gus Smith, tenant on J. M. Howard's well known by roputatlon and also has place, raised last year five acres of tomany personal friends, who are work- bacco that weighed out 10,300 pounds. ing for him solidly. No citizen who He and Ills wife and l'ttle son did all wants clean men in Important places the work, Mr Smith has beqn Mr. voting for Howard's tenant for eight years, and will make any mistake Claude Terrell for State Treasurer. during that time his crop of tobacco Ills Saudy News. has never fallen under $500. Mr; Smith ranks as ouo of the best tobaccb grow ers iu Breckenrldge county. His crop Big Celebration at Tell City this yeur Is good. Many Cloverport people went to Tell Whisky Production L4ss City at the Indepeudance Day celebraKentucky distillers who met at the tion Monday. Some went by boats and Seelbach in Louisville Inst wq'ek agreed others crossed to Toblnsport and went to curtail the production of whisky for was u big in automobiles. The eveut' I9I6 to UjH per c,eut of the general avday for Tell City as a tremendous crowd erage for the past five years. XXXXXXI Notice. JULY 24. 1915 James Bishop has told his partnership in the machine shop of Bishop Jc Squires to Henry Burton, of Sample. Mr Bishop Uavss the Ust of July for Louisville to accept a position with the citizen. Ford MoWr Co. Ia Eastern Kentucky Mr. Terrell is He Is a farmer, merchant and banker. The office of Treasurer car ries with It a membership of the State Sinking Fund Commission and also of the Sfaie Hoard of Valuation and Assessment. These Important ooards have general charge of the lluancial of the State, and they also fix the franchise values of corporations for purposes of taxation. Mr. Terrell has an Intimate .acquaintance with these matters, gained through his experience in the Legislature. He is above reproach in every way, sober, IncorrupHe takes his tible and dependable. duties seriously as a State olllcer and worki earnestly to bring about the greatest good to the largest number of rs attended. Reduced Rates on the L, H. & St. L. For July. $1.45 from $1 For New Wheat West I'oint, Ky., July 3. Messrs. Powell and Crawford, farmers of this vicinity, are the first to thrush wheat In this section and have sold the crop in Louisville at 1 u bushel. This Is the earliest threshing in this section In years. All other wheat growers here will not thresh until the corn crop Is laid by, as the frequent rains are mak ing It difficult to work the corn, it Is . Cloverport to Owen&boro and return July limit 16, 17 aud 33: return following date of sale. These rates are on account of the National Guard encampment. 14 7j from Cloverport to Rtissellvllle and return July 0 to 14 Inclusive, on occount of Baptist Association. Tickets making such rapid growth. Indications will be sold by the way of Owensboro. are for a very fine crpp.. , 1 ..utsln-A:- ; V TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND AT TANLAC PLANT MADE LARGER HUGHES' CHILL TONIC (PALATABLE) JAMES P. EDWARDS. In MiliinlttliiR my candlil.icy for the Demurrutic nomination for the olllee of be LlMitfiiant tlnrernor of Kentucky, to on voteil for In the primary tu lie new mipiiort anil In7, 191S, ask the Aucunt fluence of Democratic voters of our party. 1 Ii1Ifvp the principles vnunclntril In the DemocK.tlc national platform of 1912 and In the Kentucky Democratic platform of 1911 to tie the supreme law of the party, as txprexxiona of the will of the majority until changed liy the party In convention assfmhlpil, I Itlleve that the only Just government drrlvm Its policy from the consent of the govtrncil. That public officials are servbeants, not masters, of the people. lieve In the greatest degree of Individual liberty that Is consistent with the welfare I heartily Indorse of society. the revision of the tariff lownwards In fact, all the acts nr the National Administration and especially the course nf that greatest of llvlnp Democrats the Hun. Woodrow Wilson In dealing with the European situation and In his efforts to Insure our national peace ut all costs save at the expense of our national honor, and believe it the duty nf every good citizen to uphold hlx hands In the present crisis, regardless of party afllllatlon. heartily commend the present administration In Kentucky for Its efforts to redeem, and In redeeming, the pledges made to the people In the Democratic Slatfnrmof 1011, In the enacthient of a' to Insure fair elections In Kentucky and that any man might submit Ids claims for office to the voters. I am In favor of the extension and betterment of the schools of Kentucky so that the children of people In al' walks of life may receive that degree of education that will put them on an equal footing with the children and youth of that State now affording the best educational apadvantages In the battle of fife. prove of the women of Kentucky, to whose hearts this subject Is especially dear, voting In all school elections. I favor laws to destroy all Corrupt lobbying In Kentucky. I favor removing the prisons of Kentucky from political and for humane laws governing prisoners, looking to their reform, and In accordance with the advance thought of the day on this subject. I am for an ecor nlc administration of the government, i.ie abolition of useless ofllccH and that same degree of caie In the expenditure of the people's money as Is exercised In private life; for the liquidation of the State debt and believe that a Btate, like an Individual, should live within its Income. favor the constitutional amendment for a change In the method of taxation In Kentucky to the end that all property shall bear Its Just proportion of taxation, and that capital may be Invited to the State to help develop our wonderful natural resources und be assured of a square deal; that It may know from laws In advance Just what It may expect and that to It will not have to get Into politic uvuUl being taxed to death, and also that It can not expect by political Influence to avoid its Just burden of the expenditure necessary to operate tho government. I favor the enactment of laws permitting arming farmers and among all classes of tabor sulllclent to procure fair maikets for their products and to prevent the encroachment of monopoly on their rights. 1 am In full accord with the spirit of road building and Improvement that Is 1 1 1 1 1 New Factory For Hawesville A sidetrank has been rebuilt on the railroad company's land below Catiiolic church, where the tie yard has been, and a building will be erected for the mauufuctuie of concrete blocks, window sills, farmer's troughs for watering purposes, chimneys anil all things that are maeie from concrete. The plant will manufacture complete lor the construction of several depots on the Henderson Route. The first depot that will be built will be at Glen Dean, and Wm. Overby will have charge of the building, L. S. Powers will have charge of the plant und will be in a position to furn ish the people anything- they want in the concrete line. The gravel and sand below town is particularly adapted for this purpose and has been thoroughly Jested and proven the test lo be had - houses blocks for nil purposes and will make Two severe attack of cholera morbus. physicians worked over me from four a m. to 6 p. m. without giving me any relief and then told me they did not ex pect me to live; that I had best telegraph anywhere. The plant should be In op- for my family. Instead of doing so, I eration in the next fifteen davs and gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told will be quite an enterprise for Hawes- him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's ville. Hawesville Free Press. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I took a double and take no substitute, dose according to the directions and Chills, Fever and Malaria went to sleep after the second dose. At Cured by takings Meudenliall's Chill five o'clock the next morning I was Tonic, the greatest substitute for qui called by my order and took a train for nine. Tastes good and children love to my next stopping point, a well man but take it Sold and guaranteed by Wed- feeling rather shaky from the severity of ding's Drug Store the attack," writes H. W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky. Obtainable everywhere abroad In our Htate. Hoads are the arte Jood roads bring marrles of commerce. kets to producers, assl't In disposing of products, stimulate neighborhood Intercourse, invite travel and ore of the greatest :tll In the development of our Htate. I believe with Woodrow Wilson, and, as statist in the mil Kentucky Democratic platform, that "temperance Is essentially a moral, and social question, and should not be made a partisan Usue between political parties," and I approve the passage of the county unit law in compliance with the platform pledge of lull. I am unalterably opposed to Statewide piohlbltlon as undemocratic, unfair to an Interest which, by the Invitation of our laws, has so much money Invested In this business In Kentucky and which pays such a large propoi Inn of the taxes of our State. I am not In favor nf reducing our State to the pitiable condition of bankruptcy that exists in Weat Virginia and Tennessee by driving this large source of revenue from the State. I do not believe that any general demand or sentiment exists In Kentucky for State-wid- e prohibition, but that this question has been forced on the voters by a few politicians In direct defiance of the mandates of the 1911 platform, hoping thereby to ride Into nfllce and control of the State. I am In favor of each locality governing Its own affairs on this and every other question, and I mina mis 10 oe true uemocracy, ine fact that 106 out of 120 counties In Ken tucky are drv shows that the nresent law is ampie and tnose counties opposeu io me sale or liquor can stop its sale. There are laws against the Illegal sale of liquor as there are laws ng.ilnst crimes of violence, and I believe that each county should punish and control Its bootleggers ns It punishes Its other criminals. The enforcement of the law In any community keeps pace with public opinion. I believe the people of Kentucky are tired of the liquor question, and If elected, so far as In my power lies, they shall not hear of It for four years. believe we have hao too much bitter politics, too much personal politics, too many useless laws, too much factionalism and too little real work for the upbuilding of Kentucky. Not that I believe that laws can supplant Individual effort, or that we can by legislation make n "promised land." Laws can not create wealth; It must come through Individual effort; but let us In Kentucky make all men truly equal before the law, and assure each man u fnlr chance that he may en- ioy the reward of Industry, and let us equal and exact justice to all and exclusive privileges to none. I was a candidate for this nomination In 1911, and defeated according to the official count by a plurality of 1,662 votes. I hope to win this time, and hope that the Democrats of Kentucky will receive kindly this second thrusting of myself upon the political stage. I have no axes to grind, no sores to heal, no malice toward any man or set of men, nnd no debts to pay except those of gratitude for the support was received before. bom In Kentucky, my ancestry came through the Cumberland l.ap from Virginia in 178" and settled In Nelson county. We have lived upon Kentucky soil ever since. Every sentiment and tie of my ancestors and myself Is In Kentucky. I love and honor her history. Every hope for the future of my children Is linked to Kentucky nnd Its future. I was educated In the common schools ond graduated nt Centre College. I have practiced law In Jefferson county nnd for a while In Caldwell county since my majority. I have served two terms in the Kentucky Legislature. What ability I have to nil this office I leave for those who know me to say. That I will do my full duty as I see without fear or favor and with due regard to what I have herein said, affirm. I appeal to you for your vote and help and Influence. If you will favor me with this nomination I shall use my utmost endeavor to wage with your other nominees a successful fight In November. Whatever shall be your decision I shall, as I have always done in the past, support nt the polls and on the stump tho nominees of our party. I believe In majority rule nnd shall abide hv It. The Democratic National Administration Is entitled to a vote of confidence. Kentucky Is, nnd of right ought to be, a Democratic State. After we have selected our nominees we will get together e and pile up an Democratic majority In November. Thanking you for your conslderatl nf this announcement and respectfu soliciting your support, I am your nb JAS. P. EDWARDS. dlent servant. rrospect, Jefferson county, Kentucky. (AdV June 24, 1915. y 1 1 1 1 CLMWEDDIilG Better Than Calemel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Miss Genevieve Clark, Daughter Unprecedent Demand for Rem of Speaker Champ Clark, Be edy Necessitates Increased comes Bride of a Newspaper Capacity Editor and Publisher. Tanlac, the premier preparation, sold CARLOAD As well as a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers and Bilious Fevers'. Just what you need at this season. Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Try It Don'l Take Any Substitute. At Druggists, SOc ind $1.00 BotMeo Roblnson-Fett- OF PRESENTS Five thousand persons witnessed the marriage of Miss Genevieve Clark and James Mcllhenny Thomson Wednes day afternoon, June 3O, on the lawn of Honey Shuck, the home of Speaker Champ Clark at Bowling Green, Mo. Usfore an altar In a Gothic Temple t reproduction, built under a huge the ceremony took place. tree, The bride in her conventional wedding dress, the long train held by her old black "mammy," was surrounded by her maids in Wattean gowns of delicate hues. These eight maids and eight ushers, the maid of honor and the best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert Sherman Boyd, of honey-locus- Louisville, formerly of Hawesville. The wedding supper was served to the five thousand guests at a huge table in the dining room and at tables placed or. the long varandas about the house and on the lawn. Fried chicken, sal ads, cakes and Ices were served. Most of the actual work of serving was done by scores of housewives of Bowling Green and Pike county. Hundreds of cakes were baked by them and sent to the Clark home. Every home in Bowling Green was opened to the guests, and every mother prepared for the wedding as though Genevieve was her own child. Among the hundreds of presents was a diamond necklace from Congress. A silver pitcher from Col. Henrv Watter-so- n; a silver flower basket from the Missouri Congress delegation; a chest of table linens and towels from Col. and Mrs. George Harvey. A carload of wedding presents did not reach there until the wedding day, being delayed by the derailment of a train. More than a thousand telegrams of congratulations were received. home in Decatur, 111., the 10th. She accompanied by her sister and brother, Miss Lena Rice and Bennie Taul, who will also visit their sister at Jacksonville. Mrs. Lloyd Wright will be the guest of her uncle, Joe Mullen, at Cloverport Wednesday. will be in Cloverport by Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irvington by Irvington Pharmacy and which is being so widely discussed in this Stale, is being used by more than 150,000 Kentuckians, thousands of whom have testified to the benefits they have gained by its use. Every walk of life is represented in the small army of Kentuckians who have been benefited by Tanlac and who have testified to its merits as a medicine of rare value. Drug Company, The Taylor-Isaa- c Louisville, has sold more than 30,000 bottles of Tanlac in 90 days. The suc cess of Tanlac in Louisville is typical oi the cordial reception the preparation is receiving in larger cities and rural dis In tricts where it has been introduced. the last six months the business has proportions so grown to enormous large, in fact, that it recently became necessary to increase the capacity of the Tanlac plant in Dayton, Ohio, which had been producing from 8,000 to 10,000 bottles of the preparation daily. The unusual, and heretofore, unused formula composing Tanlac Is, in a large measure, responsible for the medicine's The ingredi popularity and success. ents, which are gathered from many sections of the earth, are of known curative value. One ingrediant never before has been used in a proprietary medicine. This probably contributes more to the success of Tanlac than any other one thing. Its curative power is conceded to be most effective and rapid. This ingredient was discovered on an island in the Pacific, west of Mexico. PREPARES BY et Incorporated Company LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 Business Men and Shoppers 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. Hardlnsbura. Ky. mm m aj I I DR. W. B. TAYLOR. .PERMANENT... county to assist in a meeting. Mrs. C. B. Witt left Saturday for Jeffersontown to visit her father, Mr. Vogt. Miss Anna Moorman, of Tennessee, was the guest of Miss Myrtle Moorman last week. Several attended the picnic at Sul phur Wells Saturday, B. S. Clarkson and sister, Mrs. Kemper, and cousin, Miss Nell Clarkson, spent severat days in Louisville last , week. Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Miss Mattie Bliss Taylor to Dr. J. T. Enloe, of Kansas City. Miss Taylor lived near here when a girl, bvt for the past several years has been teaching in Kansas City. When baby suffers with croup, apply and give Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at once, Safe for children. A little goes a long way. 25c and 50c At all drug stores. DENTIST fifflpa Unurc 11p. m. to5 p. m. M. Alwajs In office during efflce hours Inlngtoi, Ky. "EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER" Fine Groceries at Lowest Possible Prices 1 Traveling Man's Experience "In the summer of I800 Had a very 1 w e ve learnea111long experience now best to SlliK V1!J oy you. We're taking a small pro lit on flour, soap, sugar, coffee, tea, etc., and selling a lot of goods. It's your ... GAIN. Many Lines ot Goods Make Light Buying This is a REAL general store. Do all your buying hore and save time and money. Wo carry groceries, hardware, men's furnishings, shoes, notions, umbrellas, candy, dry goods, etc. Danger Signals ATUItB has planned some signals to show danger to a persons health. Tho signals which may indicate tuberculosis are given below: First A cough that hangs on for more than a month. Second. A gradual, steady loss of weight, and often of nppetltc. Third. A slight feverish condition, lasting a llttlo while every afternoon. Fourth. A loss of strength or energy. Fifth. Streaks of red In tho sputum. Sixth. Sweats at nlfiht. Any ono of these things may Indicate tuberculosis, and they may Indicate something else. If any ono of them persists more than a month without any sign of recovery, go to a doctor and ask for a careful examination. It may not bo tuberculosis, but It Is best to know exactly. Do not trust In any patent medicine to relieve you of any of these symptoms. Most patent medicines do more harm than good. This Information, given by the Ken tucky Tuberculosis Commission, is ac curate, and a knowledge of those things applied to your own condition, if you bare tuberculosis, may lead you to the physician In time to be saved. N PISGAH Mif. Chas. Hall, of Decatur, III., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Clint Frank, of Mattingly. A pie supper at Pisgah church Saturday night, July I", lor the benefit of the Orphans Home. Mrs. Lloyd Wright will return to her Peyton & Rhodes, Having Pleasant Visit to Their Colored Friends Hardinsburg, Ky. .Mrs nertie spoilsman, colored, is here from Chicago visiting her old friends and spending a vacation. She has been successful in Chicago where she has employment in a wealthy home. She and Mrs. Blanche Allen have been the guests of Mr and Mrs. Dud Walker and much has been done to give them a pleasant time. The Best Flour Made QcZ&4 10.1 FROM Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I never used anything that did me so much good." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Diamond Dust the flour that is first in purity, first in quality and first in economy. Housewives have found that it "Saves all Ingredients." Stephensport Roller Mills, ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY A HrT SI Vincent Un ion County, Ky. Advertisement For Claims Breckenridge Circuit Court. Dora B. Miller, Admr., Pltf.l vs. VNo. 3093 J Mamie Pile, et. al., Dfts. All persons having claims against the estate of Milt Miller, deceased, will present them, properly proven as re quired by law, before the undersigned Commlsuloner, on or before the i2th day of October, igiH. This aist day ot June, 1915. Lee Walls. Master Commissioner Breckinridge Cir cuit Court. For regular action of the bowels; easy, natural movements, relief of constipa tion, try Doan's Regulets. 35c at all stores, . Everything Household In Hardware SPECIALTIES Novelties For Women At This Store hardware store is a man's store. But we especially Invite tbt ttteation of tho HOUSEWIFE to our stock. She'll find hero what ftbt haa.LPNO WANTED in UTENSILS, etc PERSONAL SERVICE pjWMPT deliveries. RM Uk of lotcraatloul Harvester Machinery and Binder Twiae Alt UtHally C A TINIUS, t Stephensport, Ky. leverai Diners. x ne crnn in uann good, but the wet weather is holding Mr. Baker, of the Troy Elevator Co., threshing back considerably. Hawea-vl- le two?'Free Press. 'Naup; I reckon not," said the Mis- - and John Freeman, of the lower botMr. and Mrs. Van B. Nelson went to Hawoavllle Monday arLouisville last week to purchase a car. sourlan; "I don't set around raucho' tom, were io ranging for tbe BurotwM of tho wheat Itching, blooding, protruding or bllad Masonic Picnic at Irvington Satur nights." Atlanta Globe. crop. J. B. Taylor baa bought ,Uw day, July 31. Don't forget. aro bow buyer pilot have yielded to Doao'a Oiatpoat bttaboM bore. Thm Rev. Duncan left Monday for Ohio fpc.ataUotafoo. v aw,oj"w r if w. BIG SPRING. No Use For Them While a traveling man was waiting for an opportunity to show his samples to a merchant in a little backwoods town In Missouri a customer came In and bought h couple of nightshirts. Afterward a long, lank lumber man wltb his trousers stuffed In his boots, said to the merchant. 'What was them 'ere that feller bought?" "Nightshirts. Can I sell you one or - Boarding School lor Young Udlot and Chlldrtn CenduoUd by tho Slottrt ol Charily of Naziroth, J(y. Modern Equipment, Music, Drawing and Tainting. Shorthand and Typewriting are taught according to the best improved methods. The maternal discipline unites a careful training of character and manners with intelligent and physical development. I'or catalogue, terms, Etc., address SISTER SUPERIOR 2,000 lushilt Wheat Salt! Subscribe jf?. Prtee List of The "Country Fair" to be Held at 1915 Irvington, Ky., Sept. 24-2- 5, RULES. Entrance fee, none, If you are In the Fourth Magisterial District; $S.OO If you are 1. IBACONasONS UlCOftPORATED 32. Best Jersey cow, R. S, Bandy, farmer and feeder, fs Ot. 2. Time of Entry, September 23. 8. All entries must be grown or fed by exhibitor; canned goods excepted. 4. All grain and vegetables grown the year shown. G. Exhibits remaining property of Exhibitor except No. 130. 8. Premiums not filled retained by Club. 7. No combinations allowed. 8. Keeping qualities will be a factor In the Judging of canned goods. Joseph Brooks, of J. J. Brooks & Co., will do the live stock judging. Prof. T. R. Bryant, C. A. Carmody and H. Slade, of the Experiment Station, will judge in their respective lines. B. W. CARTER, Secy. 33. Best calf, beef breed, under one year old, V. A. Burnett, dealer in cotton seed meal and hulls, (5. 3435. Best beef, any age, and best bull, any age, $10 to be equally divided, K H. Shellmaii & Co., bankers. POULTRY. Best trio R. I. Reds, P.. C. Poote, farm-e- r and machinist, $2. 37. Second best trio, B. V. Carter, secre36. 92. Best decorated buggy in parade, Lou Dowell, ft, 93. Second, B. W. Carter, 75c. 94. Best young lady rider, under 18 years old, James Edmund Carter, J 2. 50. 95. Best child rider, under six years old, Mike Lyddan, farmer and feeder, f 2,50, 96. Best boy rider, under 18, Mike Lyddan, $2.50 FLOWERS. Louisville, Kentucky Men's Furnishings Splendid Offerings For Men Who Desire To Save On Their Sumrrer Wardrobe. Negligee Shirts Men's Negligee Shirts; mitdo of while and colored Pongee: with collnr nnd cuffs nttuched; we have them in nil sizes; JJUfj prices are $1.00 und. .. . tary, i. Best trio Buff Orpingtons, E. S. bridge and structural foreman, f 1.50. 39. Second best trio, E. S. McAfee, f 1. 40. Best trio B. P. Rocks, C. D. Hook, milling expert, $2 41. Second best trio B. P. Rocks, Miss Kva Carrigan, $1. Charley Board, 42. Best trio Leghorns, farmer and feeder, $2. 38. 43. 44. Mc-Afc- e, Prettiest three pot plant, Mrs. D. C. Hon, f 1.50. 98. Scond, Mrs. I). C. Heron, $1. 99. Best three varieties of cut flowers, G. 97. rn. Men's Negligee Shirts nnd French turn-linc- k cuffs nttnehed; lit nnd color fQn guaranteed; special prices are 9fc, 79c nnd DuU White Negligee Shirts Sox Men's Men's White Laundered Negligee Men's Full Seamless FibcrSilk Sox; Shirts; made of corded madras; they double sole; high spliced heel; colors black, white, navy, gray nnil.l'.ilm are made in coat style with cuffs Beach; specially priced at 0Kf attached; all sizes; price Jw .$1.00 per pair each. 3 Shirts for fi.75 Men's Union Suits Men's and Hoy's Helts These are fine Blenched Bnlbriggan Union Suits; half sleeves, ankle These are initials belts; in plain, tan ' length; they have slight imperfecand black leather; 3 letters are suptions; regular f Loo quality; EQn plied with each belt; we have Cflp sale price, each. ...www all sizes; price PRIZE LIST. Second best trio, Prof. H. A. Ater, ft. Best cock, any breed, Prof. H. A. Ater, i. CORN. I. Best single ear of George Gilpcn, farmer and a. Best ' ear of white 50c. 3. Best ear of yellow 50c. 4. corn, any variety, feeder, ft. corn, Geo. Gilpen, com, Geo. Gilpen, Best ten ears, any variety, Dr. W. B. Taylor, dentist, $3. 5. Second, any variety, Dr. W. B. Taylor, fe. 6. Best ten ears of. white corn, J. B. Gibson, President of Club, $2. 7. Second, J. B. Gibson, fl. 8. Best ten ears of yellow, J. B.Gibson, $2. 9. Second, Lawrence Speak, farmer and feeder, ft. 10. Best ten ears of corn, grown by boy under 15 years, A. D. Ashcraft, produce, groceries and feed, f 1.50. II. Second, A. D. Ashcraft; fl. 12. Best qt. sample of home grown clover seed, Jno. Livers, farmer and feeder, fi. 13. Best i) lb. sample of green clover, C. W. Hawes, R. R agent, fl. 14. Second, C. V. Hawes, ft. 45. Best hen, any breed, J. and M. Greenwood, farm and poultry, fl. 46. Best cockerel, any breed, J. and M. Greenwood, fl. 47. Best pullitt, any breed, J. and M. Greenwood, 50c. 48. Best pair of Bantams, Mrs. B. W. Car-tefancy poultry, $1.50 49. Second best, Mrs. 11. V. Carter, f 1. 50. Third best pair --Bantams, Mrs. B. Carter, 50c. 51. Best gobler, any breed, S. P. Norton, r, V T. Marshall, ft 50. too. Second G. T. Marshall, fl. 101. Best three varieties of cut flowers, grown by child under 13 years old, Eastman Browny Kodak by Irvington Pharmacy. 102. Best display of dahlias, four colors, in separate vases, Mrs. G. O. Bailey, 50c. 103. Best hand-madcounterpain, under three years old, Mrs. G. O. Bailey, 50c. 104. Prettiest piece of goods, Mrs. G, O. Bailey, 50c. Best sample of needlework, under two 105 years old, pyramid cake, II. J. Krebs, baker, f 5. home-woven Thesoate colored negligee shiits; made coat mode), with neck-Imti- d 106. Second, Charley feeder, $2, . Bandy, farmer and each......... ullu BETTER BABY 107. CONTEST. Men's Balhriggan Underwear This consists of Men's Uublcnchcd Halbriggan Shirts and drawers; shirts with long or short sleeves; doublc-seutcflCn drawers; all sizes; per garment ...Z0u d butcher, 52. 53. MULliS. 15. Best mule, under one year old, John Ilardesty, farmer and stock breeder, I5. 16. Best mule, one and under two year old, Taylor Dowell, farmer and feeder, 5. 17. Best mule, two and under three, C. A. Penick, contractor and builder, fs. 18. Best mule, any age, J. K. Br'iulette, contractor and builder, $5. , HOGS. 19. Best pair of Durocs, eight months old, fed by boy under 18 years, Jno. Lyddan, farmer and feeder, $5. Best pair of Durocs, under eight months old, Mat Payne, merchant and millinery, f4. 20. Best pair, other than Durocks, under 8 months old, V. G. Bandy, P M. , $5. 21. Best pair of hogs, any breed, John Nevitt, farmer and feeder, fs. 22. Best boar, any breed, two horse jumper, fS, C. W. Chapin, blacksmith and general repairs. 23. Best sow, any breed, W. M. Kendall, farjuer and feeder, $5. Second, 100 lbs. D. II. flour, Irvington Mill & Elevator Co., 2.50. 61. Best qt. of stock peas, farmer's log chain, II. C. Stewart, blacksmith, $2. 62. Best plate of five apples (fall) Jno. Lyddan, 50c. Best plate of five pears (winter) Jno. 63 Lyddan, 50c. 64. Best plate of five apples, any variety, Jno. Lvddan, 50c. 65. Best can of peaches, Jno. Lyddan, 50c. 66. Best can of pears, Jno. Lyddan, 50c. 67. Best can of tomatoes, Jno Lyddan, 50c. 68. Best can of pickles (cucumber) Jno. Lyddan, 50c. 69. Largest pumpkin (field) Jno Lvddan, 60. 50c. 70. 50c. fi 50. Best hen, any breed, S. P. Norton, fl, Best pair of ducks, any breed, Glide English, farmer and deer hunter, St. 54. Best pair of geese, Lon Dowell, carrier of route No 2, $1. N. J. 55. Best pound of butter, Mrs. Wathen, Insurance and Real Estate, $2. 56. Second, J. B, Hot tell, salesman, $2. 57. Third, It. W. Carter, $1. 58. Fourth, B. V. Carter, 50c. 59. Best peck of wheat, 100 lbs. of None Such flour, Irvington Mill & Elevator Co , fl. Child under one year old, first prize, Parks Pharmacy, f$. 108. Child under one year old, second prize, Parks Pharmacy, f2. 109. Child under three years old, first prize, Dr. L. B. Moreman, $3. no. Child under three years old, second prize, Dr. L. B. Moreman, f 2. Men's Nainsook Underwear Men's Check Nainsook Shirts and drawers; shirts aro made athletic coat style; drawers; nil sizes; tale OCn price, per garment ZDll knee-lengt- h CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. 111. Best dressed doll, (child's work), by girl under twelve, Mrs. Hollis Drane, f 1. 112. Second best, Mrs Hollis Drane, 50c. II2. Best doll display, (child's own work), Mrs. G. N. Lyddan, $1. Best sample of needle work (apron) by girls under 12 years, Geo. Board, 50c. 114. Best sample of same by girls under IS, Geo Board, 50c. 115. Best cake baked by girl under I4, Geo Board, fl. 116. Second best, Geo. Board, 50c. 117. Best three varieties of cut flowers by girl under twelve, Mrs. G. N. Lyddan, 50c. 118. Best three varieties of Asters by child Under twelve, .Mr G. N. Lyddan, sOc. 113. Men's Balbriggan Underwear Men's Egyptian Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers; tho shirts have long or half sleeves; dtnwcrs with Q7'o double seat: all sizes; 50c quality; per garment I 2u Men's Union Suits These nre Men's Balbriggan Union Suits; with and.kreo or nnkle length: all sizes: regular price f!lc; sale price half-sleeve- J s 39c stvle; Men's Bathing Suits They are made of cotton and worsted; in 1 or the colors are fast; they will not fade: priced at. $2.00, $1.00 and 50c 15c Men's Washable Ties The.ee arc Men's Washable Tubular Tics; in white and fancy stripe; full length and reversible; regular 25c grade; at, each .... Four-in-hand SWEEPSTAKES. Best display of larm products; L , H. & 119 St. L. Ky. Co.. $10. 120. Second best display, I). C. Heron, the good roads man, fs. 121. Best display of corn, Tom Lyddan, fs. 122. Best display of garden truck; C. C. Smith, Grocery and Confections, fs. 123. Best display of canned goods; Irvington Pharmacy, handsome Eastman Browny SEND US YOUR ORDERS We give them our personal care and will send all goods mailable by Parcel Post FREE of charge 19. Largtst pumpkin (sweet) Jno, Lyddan, Kodak Second best display of canned goods, any variety Prof H. R. Kirk, $2.50 I24. Best dairy display, C. W. Chapin, blacksmith and general repairs, dairy bucket. 125. Best trio of chicks; Irvington Pharmacy, handsome Eastman Browny Kodak 126. The fattest animal at the Fair; J R. Mays, blacksmith, jumper, f4. 127. Best calf, any breed, under ten months old; G. O. Bailey, contractor, f3 125 Best pair of sheep, any breed; J. R. Cain, fanner, 2 fio The oldest persou winning prize at the 129 Country Fair; S. C. Dowell, farmer and feeder, f2 50. 130. The youngest child contending for a prize; S. C. Dowell, f 50. 131. The youngest child winning a prize, (to exclude baby show); S. C Dowell, ft. e 132. Best display of Homer Pigeons; News, f 1.50. 133. Best display of farm tools by boy under 14 years; Breckenridge News, f 50. 134. Best agricultural float in parade; E. F. 124 one-hors- e 1 Breck-enridg1 COLTS Best saddle and harness colt, under one year old, Pirst State Bank, $1. 25. Best draft colt, under one year old, Pirst State Bank, $3 50. 26. Best draft colt, under two years old G. N. Lyddan, farmer and feeaer, $5. 27. Best saddle and harness colt, under two years old, G. N. Lyddan, farmer and feeder, 24. $5. 28. Squash, Jno. Lyddan, 50c. of cabbage, Jno. Lyddan, 50c. 71. 72. Largest sweet potato, H. E. Minter, 50c. 73. Largest sweet potato, over one inch in diameter, M. H. Ward, 50c 74. Largest tomato, Prof. H. A. Ater, 50c. 75. Best peck of Irish potatoes, B. W. Carter, 50c. 76. Best peck of sweet potatoes, B. W. Carter, 50c. 77. Largest beet, B. W. Carter, 25c. Largest turnip, B W Carter, 25c. 78 79" Largest onion, B. V. Carter, 25c II. V. Carter, 50c. 80. Largest watermelon, 81. Best stick five stalks of Burley tobacco, Paul Wilson, dealer in live stock and tobacco, 3- - Largest 7o. Best head . A . Bib IMincl-MAMN- U ...B,.,n n.,..,nr unAnut ABSOLUTELY . NU nida INVESTMENT GUARANTEED Best plantation saddle horse, mare or gelding, Irvington Hardware and Implement Co., 1 10. 29. Second best, fancy bridle (6.50, Irvington Hardware and Implement Co. 30. Best farm team of horses, Haynes Trent, 82. Second best stick of five stalks of Hurley, Paul Wilson, f2. 83. Third best stick of five stalks of Bur-leWilliam Jolly, farmer and feeder, ft, 84. Best stalk of Hurley, William Jolly, ft, 85. Second best stalk, William Jolly, 50c , y, Not often will you have the opportunity to and absolutely safe nnd make n big guaranteed investment as is offered to you now by a well established and progressive manufacturing company of Louisville, Ky., whoso and extremely profitable business requires additional capital. For this reason, this company offers a limited amount of their stock. Every cent you will put. in this enterprise will double itself and yon can get your money back any time you may desire. If you want to get in on tho grounJ lloor of this exceptional, big chance, write today for full particulars. prolit-paying g monoy-makin- g DISPLAY. decorated window (business house) Ginger Bandy, $3. 87. Second, Ginger Bandy, f 2. 88. Best decorated automobile in parade, B. W. Carter, fi. 89. Second best, II, W. Carter, ft. 90. Best decorated carriage in parade, Lon Dowell, f 2. 91. Secoud, Lon Dowell, fl. 86 Best merchant, $4. John Hardesty will give a prize of f 10 for the best colt from his horse, and f 10 for the fattest mule front his jack. CATTLE. 31. Best calf, dairy breed, under one year old, H. II. Norton, live stock dealer, fs. Alexander, merchant, $7. Best junior float in parade, to repre135 sent Corn, Clover and Stock Club; E. F Alexander, $3. The club member having largest four 136 months old pig; The Com, Clover and Stock Club. $5, 137. Second, half the price of smallest pig in lot, Corn, Clover and Stock Club 138, Two of the cutest kiddies in the parade; Mrs. Lula Parks, $2 . ADDRESS HANUFACTURER, ROOM 509, LINCOLN BLDG., LOUISVILLE, KY. Meade County Messenger Notes Walker James, Mrs. Sue Hart, one of the most prominent women of Hardin county, died yesterday morning at half past two o'clock at her home in Vine Grove. Mrs. Hart had been sick for several weeks, and underwent a slight operation Friday, but her condition was not thought to be serious until a few hours before the end came. of Arkansas City, Ark , and says she is homesick to see her old friends in Kentucky. 11 Powder Puff Reform 240 Pound Pigs With corn nbove Jk cts, hogs eat their heads off very quickly. The hog that takes two or three mouths to get on full feed never brings you a profit. When you are ready to put your shoats on feed, begin with the 11. A Thomas regularly Use and Hog Medicine. watch your shoats round out into fat hogs in nine months hogs going well over '.'00 pounds and us high as 240 Figure the average feeding 1x311 nils. and you will .ee why the B A. Thomas Try medicine is a good investment. feeding out your hogs on this plan and if you are not more than pleased, we will For refund the cost of the medicine. sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Clover-por- t, Ky. Prather, The body of Miss Sallie daughter of Mr and Mrs. Helm Prather, was brought here from Louisville Sun day for interment in the Buck Grove cemetery. This was indeed a sad death A large number of friends accompanied them from Louisville and the casket was laden with beautiful lloral tributes of love and esteem by many who knew Mrs, J. S. Dowell and little daughter her, Mr. Brother's family formerly have returned from a pleasant visit to lived near Hill Grove and they have the relatives in Liberty, Mo. They arrived sympathy of nil who knew them in this there In time for the graduating dark hour of trial. at the William Jewell College, her other, Joel Bruner, being one of the Colic In Horses Theological graduates. Farris Horse Colic Remedy is simply Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Carrico have purhandsome new Ford machine. dropped on the the tongue through a chased a It has a proven medicine dropper. Henry Richardson is the guest of bis record of 59 cures in 60 cases The grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Richardson. wornen folks can give it. Get a 50c Mrs. R. S. Dowell has just received a bottle and be safe. For sale at Wedletter from her sister, Mrs. NtBoie ding's Drag Store.Cloverport, Ky. exer-kcis- Newspapers are following suit in re printing a short article, "Consider the Powder Puff," which threatens taking away of the powder puff by the lawmakers, So far nothingserious concerning the powder puff has taken place, except the health commissioners are demanding that the beauty lover sticks to her own powder puff. The reform has not come any too soon. I f u m m WANTED! Walnut and Clear White Oak Logs in Car Load Lots in all grades, 12 inches and up in diameter, 8, 10, 12, 11 audit! ft. lengths. White Oak logs, 18 inches and up in diamWor, 10, 12, 14 and l(i ft. lengths. I s H g am. Walnut oa m Will Pay Good Prices For Good Quality 1 FRANK & SEAT0N LUMBLR CO., CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY m I jflj g$ The privilege of using powder has been abused by those who do not hesitate to use powder puffs in church, 011 the street car or at the dinner table. Now, comes the cry, "Down with the powder puff ' For the sake of your complexion, use your own powder puff ml do not use it in public. The individual powder puff will cerSluggish Livers. tainly come as a surprise to the uiaid who counted the tooth brushes in a famUse "Penslar Be goal to your liver. ily and exclaimed. ''My, each one is Liver Saline" and your liver will be got a tooth brush, alut you?" good to you. It outsell! any liver medicine in Cloverport. 25 and 50 cents at Column Wedding's Drug Store. Read the 11 President Hudson Appreciated Want Mr. Hudson gave the town the gravel to repair Its streets ami make u road that has been badly needed leading to the cemetery, and If the city had to purchase this material they are not lu a position financially to do this, but get ting the gravel free it gives them a chance to make the repairs. Last week,- - the engineers who wil have charge of the building of the county road that Is proposed, examined the gravel at the pit, and pronounced it the very thing for the .road. Mr. Hudson found out it was for Hancock c unity and ugreed to lurnish same at actual cost for getting out, thus making the money that the county has to put up go much further than If they had to pay a big price for the material. These things should be appreciated by the Hancock county people. Hawes-vlll- e Kree Press, Want Ad. if you want quick results. a Try THE BRECKENR1DGE JNO. D. BABBAGb, NEWS, ALMOST ANY CONSUMPTIVE MIGHT HAVE THIS 7, 1915 Editor and Publisher tltatumfn mawM. owl Untied Kvory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY iaviuoL EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for cnch additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over f ivo lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money in advance. . Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. HANDICAP OF RENT. "I would advise a man to go in debt to get a home of his own," says Henry Tobcrg, the richest street car conductor in the world. That is what ho did and soon ho had paid for his place. It was only a frame cottage, but it was a home, and best of all, he hnd no rent to pay. Rent is what keeps millions of families from getting ahead, declares Mr. Tobeie. If peoplo would be willing to live in a houc that they could pay for on time, they would be far better off than renting a house they will never be nble to buy. Owning one's home if a most comfortable situation and would bo the good fortune of many more families, if it were not for their desires to live in luxurious style. There is no greater plensuro than taking care of the home, and it can be done with impetus with the thought that some day it will be yours, free from debt. The reason there are so many beautifully kept places in Cloverport is, nearly every resident owns his home and keeps it in excellent repair. Rent is a handicap to savings, to improvement of the home and town, and those who love the art of making and keeping a home, should buy, even if he must go in debt. T mipport a framework on which n lloor lms been built. Above this A mosquito netting surrounds the sides. Inside, this room Is larKC enotiKli for a bed mid n chnlr. This can be used In any except :he severest winter weather. A double canvas top with eight Inches space between will make It cooler In summer than the single tent. Any practical builder can erect this cheaply. POSTS tent. and Mr. Albert Moreman, of Mrs. Minerva Brandenburg will leave this week to visit relatives In Missouri. Miss Virginia Head has returned Sam Herndon'of Los Angeles, will arrive soon to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Elerndon. BACK BROKEN, LEG OFF, HE WINS M.D. DEGREE IF YOU MAKE AN INDIVIDUAL EXECUTOR OF YOUR WILL AND GUARDIAN OF YOUR CHILDREN HE MAY BECOME "INVOLVED." THEN YOUR ESTATE WOULD DWINDLE AND YOUR FAMILY MIGHT SUFFER. THE "CAREFUL MAN" TAKES NO CHANCES. HE KNOWS OUR TRUST COMPANY IS A PERMANENT ORGANIZATION AND HAS MADE US HIS EXECUTORS. HE KNOWS THAT WE WILL CARRY OUT HIS WISHES REGARDING HIS LOVED ONES. HE TRUSTS HIS AFFAIRS TO BUSINESS MEN WHO WILL ACCOUNT FOR EVERY PENNY. COME IN AND LET US TELL YOU HOW OUR TRUST COMPANY CAN HELP YOU. Total Resources including Trust Investments $600,000. Safe Deposit Boxes For One,Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. Medoro. Americanization Day was held in Louisville Sunday when imMasonic. Picnic at Irvington Saturpressive ceremonial greetings were extended to those, who have come day, July 31. Don't forget It. Mr. Harney Whelan has purchased from across the sea to make America their home. We have a number of the.c adopted sons and daughters in Breckcnridge county, who Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McGlothlan's resimade this land their home and we rurety ever dence on Maple avenue; E also the grohave A. Grant on cery store belonging to think, of them an our adopted citizens. Their honor ai d worth to Main street. America is a great credit to their native country. Mrs Ed Burns and son, Carl, of are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Mclllhein' Thomson received a thousand James Biggs. telegrams of congratulation immediatelj' after their marriuge at Edward Morrison returned from Bowling Green, Mo. Good copy for the New Orleans Item of which Louisville Saturday, where he has been lor several months. the bridegroom is editor. Miss Mildred Graham, of Louisville, That is a very tine complement the Big Sandy News pays to the Is the guest of Miss Eliza Piggot. character, worth and fitness of the Hon. Claude B. Terrell, for the Miss Georgia Cowley and Mrs. Kate The beauty about it, is that 'tis true. office of State Treasurer. Allen, attended the funeral of Mrs. J. H. Cowley, at Sand Hill, Sunday. A protracted meeting is being held Pay your taxes early. at the Presbyterian church by the Rev. whole-heartedly Every Thursday the garbage wagon goes through the city and from Hnrdinsburg, where she has guest of Miss Louise Taylor. takes up all garbage that is placed in a box, basket or barrelland in a the Keith's Indomitable Will. Mrs. J. T. Mattingly has returned convenient place for the men, who have charge of the wagon, to get from Cloverport. it is surit. The garbage wagon is a great help to the Misses Gucdry Bramlette and Mary Philadelphia. A broken back, loss of prising how much garbage accumulates in a week's time. A fund to Alexander, Messrs. George Huff, Huone leg by amputation nnd the other start the garbage wagon was taken by Miss Ray Lewis Heyser and bert Lyons and Hayden Bramlette by paralysis couldn't keep Jim Keith Mrs. W. C. Frank. The city bears the remainding expenses of the composed a week end house party at from achieving his life nmbltion. A the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fon Rhodes, spirit that would not be conquered work. houpe-keeper- s been Doctors Didn't Reckon With Hardinsburg, Ky. IRVINGTON. Wedding bells are ringing. Misses Lelia and Pat McCullom and Mrs. McCullom, of New Albany, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1$. Hottell. Mrs. Julius Sipple and children are visiting friends at Union Star. Miss IS. Ada Drury, of Louisville, Is th guest of Mrs. R B. McGlothlan. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson and Miss Mary Urown spent. Saturday at Lewisport Modern Woodmen of America and understanding. Jim Is sure she'll know nil about it when he tells her. Wilson. Dr. Keith but he will be Jim always Messrs. and Mesdames Tom Ditto twenty-seveyears All who attended Sunday school at to "the fellows" Is and E. L. Ditto, of Louisville, will ar old. It was lu April a year ago that he the Methodist church Sunday received rive this week to visit Mr. and Mrs was taken Into the Jefferson hospital, a flag. his back broken from a fall from a Larue Cox. Physicians said he couldn't window. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hottell, had for live, but they reckoned only with medtheir week end visitors, Mr. and Mrs NEW X RAY SHOWS ical science and not with their patient's Low, of Louisville. indomitable will. bcnlor In Jefferson Jim Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Jess HAND BEHIND DOOR college was then abeen married but a mid had Gardner spent Saturday at Sulphur few mouths before. Wells. Last January Keith lost his leg. It Mr. J. W. Ater left Tuesday for a became Infected nnd had to be ampuDanger of Burning Eliminated tated. "By special permission I was prospecting tour through Arkansas going to take my exams, last ChristDr. and Mrs. L. H. Moreman had mas," he explained, "but then I got by New Invention. for their week end guests, Mr. and sick really sick and 1 didn't take Mrs. James Crawford, of New Albany, them." It was this slckucss which resulted In tho loss of his leg. And New York. After fifteen yeara of ex- through It all Jim canio victorious. perimentation marked by many re- Only death itself, It seemed, could verses and disappointments, Charles quench his spirit and his winning, ever H. Stanley, an electrical engineer, an- ready smile. nounced that ho had perfected an X ray device which will mark as great an advance lu the science of surgery and STOPPED BLOOD WITH THUMB therapeutics as the original X ray of n overcame the tremendous handicap of his Infirmities, and, having successfully passed final examinations at Jefferson Medical college, he is now a doctor. Jim's home Is in Sclmefferstown, Pa., but he probably will never see It again. Nor will be practice bis profession. In tho little white room on the sixth floor of Jefferson hospital Jim is destined to spend the rest of his days. At his side when news of his success reached hlui was his young wife, her eyes radiating pride and happiness, matched by the triumphant glow in his own. "I told you you could do it," she rapturously. "Jim, you're a doctor. 'Dr James Keith;' my, but It sounds good!" "Yep," assented Jim. "We'll have to tell the baby about it" For there.is n baby, Ida, cute and winning. Just n few months old, but full of wisdom Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Quality Building Cloverport, Ky. and Satisfaction N- THE PLACE OF J Quantity IMaterial, Building Hardware, II Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. II Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. f jH Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. LUMBER FORDSVILLE WE HAVE IT For the Contractor For the Carpenter For the Owner Sash, Doors, Colums, Windows Send Us Your List for Lowest Prices Will give their regular Annual Celebration Lyddan's Grove, Webster, Ky. Saturday, July 17 Good Time Picnic Music Louisville Cornet Band Barbecued Dinner Lots of Amusements MANAG1CHS: 25c Compton J. V. StOluir Fort-ti- t Dr. T. J. Hondriok Win. Hay craft Roentgen. A demonstration of the machine la Stanley's laboratory made it appear that the forecast by Guglleluio Marconi that one would soma time be able to look from one room into another through the dividing walls is about to bo realized. Through nn ordinary door nn inch and an eighth thick and twelve feet from tho ray generated by the electrical a reporter was able to distinguish clearly tho bonus of tho baud of Stanley moving on the other side, us well as to soo tho outlines of his hand. This test was made simply to Illustrate tbo Immensely greater power of the now maehluo over tho old X ray devices. It Is only one of thu Improvements claimed by Stanley. Tho principal value of the discovery lies in tbo fact that the rays may bo applied to patients for extended periods of tlino without the slightest danger of burns resulting. The danger of burns, often Incurable, has bceu one of the most serious drawbacks to tho uho of the old X ray and often has offset thu advantages accruing. Thu Itoeutgcu rays are ordtunrly applied only long enough to obtain n picture of tho wound, fractured bone, or diseased portion of tho body on which it la proposed to operate. With tbo now rays a photograph Is not necessary, as the rays may be continued an Indefinite length of time on the patient, and the surgeon may work directly In the ray. ina-chl- this section. Mrs. Richard Stallman was on the sick list last week. Mrs. Geo, 'Gilliland and daughter, Mrs. tlomer Smith, have returned to their home In Louisville. of Louisville, is Geo. Frymlre, spending a lew weeks with his mother, Mrs, Kate Frymlie. 12, C. Stallman went to Louisville Sunday with a ulce shipment of hogs, sheep and cattle. Dick Jarboe, of Owensboro, came up to spend the Fourth with friends and relatives. Mrs. O. B, Cunnlnehatn was the Their Relation. guest of Mrs. Mary Stallman one day "The abbreviations of two of tho states of tbo Union ought to be very last week. close to each other in popular associaMrs. J. C. Tillman and children and tion." Mrs. Mary Kaufman, of Louisville, are "What are they?" huendlne a few days here, tba guests "III. and M. of friends and relatives. Miss Georgia Frymlre, a highly accomplished young lady, has received a Subscribe Today In D."-Balt- Woman 8aved Life of Man Attacked by Murderoui Robbers. BL Louis. Mrs. Frank Itoose of East St Louis saved thu life of Oscar BUger, forty-fivby stanching his wounds with her hands until medical aid arrived, when he was attacked by three negroes on the outskirts of Cahokla, 111., uud his throat cut. Tho negroes later were arrested. Bllgcr was driving his horso and wagon from East St. Louis to Cahokla, selling brooms and moiM to farmers along tho way. Near the town threo negroes accosted him and offered to buy his horse. Illlger climbed from the wagon, when two of thu negroes seized him by the arms and tho other ran a knlfo across llllpi'f's throat and then stabbed BUger In the neck. After robbing him of $2i the negroes escaped. Mrs. Itooso witnessed the attack on Bllgcr uud, running to thu Injured man, sho thrust her tlAimb into tho stab wound, thus stopping thu flow of Mood. UoJdlug tho edges of the other wound together, sho assisted BUger to n ncilr-b- y liouse. PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Manager. CHENAULT. farmers are having plenty of rain first class certilicate. wish her much success. Her friends Several from around here attended the ball game at Derby, Ind., Saturday. Jno, Manning was in Mooleyvllle Saturday on business, Lee Kgart, of Evansvlllc, Ind., passed through town Saturday en route to Mooleyvllle to spend the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Egart. Little Adelle Warren Is spending the Manning, Mrs. Joe Cunningham, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cunning ham, has returned, to her Reno, Ind. Dr. D. !. Stepheson, of Slephe port, was here for a few days last week. J Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. 96 Breckenridge New. WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1915 Kuttred at tho Post Offllce at OloTcrpott, Ky Friday, aa second class matter. Messrs. Wallace Lewis and Wm. Wroe leave this week for Paducah I) Cloverport, Kentucky THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN where they have accepted positions. ADVERTISING DY THE 'Phone 64-Miss Jessie Kathrlne Plank, of Owensboro, has beeu spending a vacation Hooting, nil kinds Guttering ette with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plank. GENERAL OFFICES Down Spouting, Stove ReMr. and Mrs. John Glberson, of AlNEW YORK AND CHICAGO pairing, Titriks mndo to order. ton, III., arrived yesterday to- be the BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. All work in Sheet Metal Lino ItTEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J. C. Crutcher's California Exposition Done. Kstimntes on Applitrip all thereservations have been taken. Workmanship and cation. For Precinct and city Offices $ 2.60 He expects to make a second trip later price? guaranteed. on. For County Offices f 6.00 Clint Elliott and daughter, Miss NanFor State and District Offices....! 15.00 For Calls, per line .10 nie, and grandson, Ben, of Custer, are Shop at Miller & Black's Old Stand 10 visiting D. H. Carman, near Glen For Cards, per line Dean. For AH Publications In the interest of Individuals or expression Miss Clara Cecilia Ballman, a little 10 daughter, arrived at the home of Mr. of individual views per line and Mrs. J. A. Ballman at their country place June DO. Change of Train Schedule on Mrs. Pat Greenwood and little son, John, of Holt, went to Louisville last The L, H. & St. L. 3 Walter A. Wood Admiral Mowing . week to spend a week with her brother, Machines C. O.' Bryant. brand splinter new; 4jj. foot cut; Effective March 15, 1915. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Penick and son. regular 15 machine Charles Edward Penick, passed the $35 EAST BOUND for holiday at Garfield the guests of Mr. 9:15 A. M Nn. 142 will 1pi Clnrrrtiort M, 2 Walter A. Wood Hny Rakes; all ArrtltiR IrvlDRton .. .... .10:10 A. m Penlck's people. 12:10 i Arriving Louisville. steel; hand dump; worth If 1 Q Cfl 4:53 P. M No. 144 will leave Cloverport Miss Francis Sawyer and Miss Susetie j) I O.uU 5:40 P. M 22.50; they goat Arrtvlntr Trclnirtnn 7:40 P. M Sawyer leave this week for Hawesvllle Arriving Lnulsvllle... 2 Sulky Riding Plows one 5:07 A. M (OH No. 14 will leave Clovcroort. Arriving Irvlnzton ........ 5:51 A. M to pass a short time at the country 0U Mollne, reg. $35 for place of relatives. WEST BOUND One Avery, Torpedo; regular COR A. M No. 141 will leave Cloverport Mrs. Wm. Storms, of .McDanlels, who 30 value; for 12:04 P. M ArrlvInK Owensboro. .U:58 P. M has been very ill, still continues so. Her Arriving Henderson 1 :S3 P. M Arriving Evonsvlllo t 7:43 P. M brother, F. K. Rhodes, of Owensboro, Arrlvlnn 8t. Louis 7: P. M, was called to see her. No. 143 wlllleave Cloverport Pete Sheeran Bros, & Go. . 8:3B P. M Arriving Owensboro 9:35 P. M . Arriving Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts and 10:15 P. M Arrlvlnir Evansvllle Kirk. Ky. baby, of Brandenburg, were visitors of 11 :3S P. M Nn. 1 will leave Clnvernort .. 12:45 A. M Mrs. Jesse Asklns at her country home Arriving Owensboro Arming Henderson.......... 1:39 A. M 2:05 A. M Arriving Evansvllle- near this city last week. 7:40 A. M Arrlvlnir Ht. Louis Miss Genevieve Reece, of Plnevllle, COMMISSIONER'S SALE 6:30 A. M 147 will leave Cloverport-....- .. No. 7:46A. M, and Miss Elizabeth Pitchford, of Mis Arrlvlnir Owensboro 9:00 A,M Arriving Henderson slssippi, are coming this week to visit Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. their aunt, Mrs. James Cotdrey. Miss Josle Raitt left Sunday for Cin Cloverport Foundry and IE! Machine Co., Pl'ff. cinnati to visit her brother, Mr. Nat one-da- y Against 3453. Raitt. Miss Annie Raitt will come to Rounds & Jesse, Deft. River Trips, Motor Tours. Cincinnati from Norfolk, Va., to see By virtue of a Judgment and Orderof Vacationettes W Mrs. Sam Hendrlckson has returned home from Chicago. Mr. R. O. Willis, clerk at the Henderson Route shops, was In Louisville A. CARL LISHEN TINNER W 8l r t s . Note Advertiser who 11 44 This is the Life WATER'S ploiwe notify tho editor you want iKlvortnomunt (mcontlnueil. COME ON I- H- -- THE "WET" ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Cheap Traction Engine COU HAI.E CIIEAI'- -1 llUliomrpower trae- sound andnllrlglil; nricsh and nood notes) iako toon hock, mm separator, iv, 11. Dowel), duston. Ky.. HoutcZ. 1 BATHING SUITS Lost Heifer oiro, LOST 4 weeks red ears, lteturnheifer, solid (o John J. with Illnton. Ulen Dean, Ky., who will pay (or her return. For Sale J Hampshire Gilts For Sale f OItALK-- 3 Itnmpohlro (lilts. Iired for JU17 mrruw lur iiuiueuiuui siur. tu.uu each or S5 for the three. Hugh llurdawuy, Uuston, Ky. For Sale drlck, Webster, Ky. Fox Hounds SALE Hounds FOIt Tim II119 Two tliorouchhred Koe I'. linn. Kleliiril.mil stix'k. P. For Men, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 For Ladies, $1.50 to $2.00 For Boys, 50c Bathing Caps, 25c and 50c Bathine Shoes, 50c Water Wings, 25c Take a Plunge in the Ohio Announcements STATE OFFICES For Governor Wc are nuthorlted to announce It. W. noSWOKTH asn cnndldato for Uovrrnor of Kentucky. subject to the net Ion of tho Democratic Party, J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. .$.0 August rrunary. We are authorized to announce. II. V. McCIIESNEY of Frankfort, Ky., as a candidate for Governor of Kentucky, suhjeotto the action ot tho Pemoerntio party. Primary election, August 7, 1915. Wo aro authorized to announce A.O. STANLEY as a caedldate for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Democratic l'arty August Primary. For Lieutenant-Governo- r am authorized to announce . AroYnii Qninnrtn Ruilrl? S ni u i uu uuing iu uuhu P If so let us figure with you on Wo Accounts of visits j JDDOfc JAMES D BLACK of narborvllle. Ky.. ns a candidate for Lleutcnant-Uoverr or of Kentucky Huhject lo tho action of the Democratic Party In Primary Election. August 1015. and of the Summer Season her. Miss Lucy Hall Is visiting in Addison this week. Miss Margaret Peyton spent the Fourth in Louisville. 'D. H. Severs has returned home from Western Kentucky. A large crowd spent Monday at Sam- Die celebrating the holidav. Homer Morrison, ot Louisville, IK at home spending a few days. Miss Lucile Squires, oi Hardlnsburg, is the guest of Mrs. Larkin Gibson. ' Miss Gense Wills, of Louisville, was the holiday guest of Mrs. Joe Sawyer. Corinne Quiggins is visiting Miss Mary Ryan, near Patesville, this weeV N. H. Qulggins spent Monday in Owensboro with his cousin, B. Cura- mlngs. Mrs. Wickliffe DeHaven, of Louis vllle, arrived Friday to visit Mrs. Shel by Conrad. William Knight sold ten lambs to Israel Holder. They averaged eighty- seven pounds. Misses Sheila Pool and Kegina Ho .ben, of Hardlnsburg, are the guests of Mrs. James Burk. Miss Mary Gibson left Saturday for Basin Spring to be the holiday guest of Miss Mary Nevitt. David Sutton, of Hardlnsburg, went to West Point last week to visit his Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Donaldson have returned to their home at Bowling Green and took with them their niece, Miss Artelia Bowne, for a visit of sev eral days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt and little daughter, Louise, and Miss Minnie Schmidt, of Louisville, are guests cf Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Carter at Wel come Hall. Ernest and Forest Compton, Webster, were in Hardlnsburg Mouday and drove home In a new Ford. The writer had the pleasure of accompanying them as far as Garfield. H. H. Hosklnson, of Custer, and J H. Hoskinson, of Chicago, were in Garfield Monday. The latter has been visiting his aged parents at Custer, a trip he makes once a year. Miss Kathleen Crist left today for Louisville where she will join her uncle, Percy Carson, and from there she will go with him to Jackson, Miss., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Car son. Many visitors for the triple holiday arrived Saturday on the Henderson Route to make the week end a gay one for the hospitable homes on the branch and the main line from Louisville to brother, Joseph Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith, of Louiv ville, spent the Fourth and fifth with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schindler were at Basin Springs last week visiting their doughter, Mrs. John Livers. Miss Agnlta Mattingly, of Owens boro, is here to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. William Dorst. Mrs. Henry Tate, Mrs. P. E. Hen wood and son and Miss Ruth Lamb are guests of relatives at Rome, Ind. Mrs. W. E. Adams and son, Albert Adams, attended the picnic at Raymond Saturday, the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cnrt, of Union Star, are in Louisville this week vis Hing her sister, Mrs. Mary Thorn. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe DeHaven and Mrs. Edward George and daugh ter, Miss Anna Thomas George, and Master Garvls Stone DeHaven, of Lou isville, are spending a week ot outtng at Bon Haven Ranch with Mr. and Mrs. File DeHaven. Mr. and Mrs Frank Sanders enter tamed last week at their home in To- blnsport for Mrs. Henry Tate, Mrs. C S. Lamb and children, of Cloverport; Mrs. P. E, Henwood and son, of Grand Forks, N. D.; Mrs. E. S. Sheffield and daughters, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connell enter tained with a picnic on the Fourth at their fur m in honor of their visitors, Mrs. Hartman and Mrs, Wright, of Evansvllle. Quite a number were present and an enjoyable time was had regardless of the rain in the afternoon Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof. 191:1, in tho above cause, for tho sum of Five Thousand, Eight Hundred and Sixty-Eigh- t Dollars, & 6.1c with interest at the rateof (I per cent per annum from the S day ot February, I91 2, until paid, and its costs therein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the wharf on the Ohio river In the city of Cloverport, Ken tucky, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Saturday, me znn cay 01 July, 1915, at o'clock p. m., or thereabout, upon a credit of three months the following described property, A steamboat, known as the "Golden G.rl,'' togather with all the fixtures, machinery, appliances and apparatl, and every and all things attached thereto and used in the proper usage of said steamboat as a mode of trans portation ot passengers and freight. Said steamboat is more particularly described as follows: Total length of hull, 92 feet; total beam at lower knuckle, '4 teat; total beam overall, 2(1 feet; wood hull, 4 feet deep at center; 6 feet deep at head; one good boiler; 2 80 H. P. engines; wheel 10x16, planked with 3 inch white oak; complete with doctor pump, fire pumps and all equipments; 3 decks high, with big dance hall on rne boat registers 77 second deck, tons. This boat was rebuilt by the plaintiff fur the defendant at Cloverport, Kentucky, during 1011. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Lion retained to secure payment ot purchase money, uiddcrs will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, Interest and cost $7,900.00. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Claude Mercer, Hardlnsburg, Ky., attorney for plaintiff. W T. Ellis, Owensboro, Ky., attorney for defendant. 1 t: For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce-S11. PAYNE of Irvlngton. nsucamlldateforClreultCourt Clerk of Hreekenrldno eountv. subject to the action of tho Iteuuhllcan Party, In Pri- I Building Material up-to-d- ate i & mary Election, August. 11)13. uepmmcan party. gust 7. 1015. We are authorized to announce PAUL. I1ASIIAM 11s 11 candidate for Circuit Clerk of H reckon, rlrtjn county, subject to the action of the I'rimury election. Au- Our stock is and complete. We in the huilding line. everything Good m We make a specialty $i age material and workmanship. of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of huild- - M ings. We call your attention to our stock of jN furnish For Representative. We Colonial Columns H We are making a 1 j are autt orlred to announce II. A. CANNON, of Madrid. Breckenridge county, usncandl-dat- o for Representative, subject lo tho acparty. In Primary tion of the Election Saturday. August 7. O.A. g m special price on these columns. 2 jgj Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you m prices on all material. We are authorized to announce of McQuadv. nreckenrldgn county, as a candidate for Representative, subject to the action ot tho Republican party. In Primary Election Saturday, August 7. We wmaiiT, Cloverport Planing Mill, Office and Plant : Cloverport, Ky. j Near Depot are authorized to announce LOGAN HICKEIISCN ot Hazel Dell. Ilreckenrldgo county, as a candidate fo Representative, subject to the action of the Republican party, in Primary r.ieciion nnturuay, August j. iui. V. G. BABBAGE LAWYER Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to Collect in Court or out of Ul See or Write me. Will make the Price UiKht. Zero at MMMMMMMeW The hottest day that comes. All Drinks and- Ices Colder - 1 Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J than the Klondike. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Everything the best that can be made Belongs to Official Band K, Homer Maxwell, the cornetist, who was here in the early spring, is a mem ber of the official band of the Wisconsin grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias His baud was present at the meeting in Racine, Wis., last mouth. ForSaleCheap !J room house with lot 50x175 feet, now roomy Sutniiior kitchen, jrood rnrden growing nicely also good cistern and nil necessary out buildings; well fenced. L Phone all orders Phone No, 10 S. J. BROWN & SON Popular Excursion To Beauty More Than Skin Deep A beautiful woman always has good digestion. If your digestion is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good Obtainable everywhere. New Grocery Merchant ATTENTION! is what your teeth ueed, and the sooner you give that attention Uie better it will be and cheaper too. Neglect of Teeth your personal appearance and often bad health, the direct reDo not nesult of indigestion glect this important matter. Call on us today. No charge for examination. means carelessness in regard to W. A, WALKER, Hirdhtkvrg, Ky. Dintlst, WHS oir Btnk el Hsrdlnsbura k Trust Co. It nerves tho place al.su of tho more modern linen chute. Tlju linen chute Ls not to bo tabooed, for It hut) Its uses, It Is surprising to see how quickly and but It Is practically wasting tmai-- to certainly "Penslar Corn Remedy" re havo both It mid the dumb waiter. In many houses the dumb wulter stops moves corns without pain. Get a pack short lit the Hvcopil Hour tho reason age now. lo ana 35 cents at Wedding's why has never been discovered or Drug Store. Bometlme.s It starts tit tho first floor Instead of In tho ecllur, another enig Judge Mulligan Dead ma. This Is us Impractical us it would be to have the sidewalk end beforo It Judge James H. Mulligan, one of the roaches the house. It simply doesn't best known men in Kentucky,' author answer the purpose for which It wus of "In Kentucky," died at his home in Intended. Woman's Home Companion. Lexington Friday morning. His death Ad Today a was caused from apoplexy. Hard Roads Made Easy E. A. Grant has sold his grocery and meat shop at Irvlngtonto J. B. Whelan, The Dumb Waiter. ot Louisville. Tho vnluo of the old fimhloneuVliibor Mr. Whelan Is a merchant ot experience, and proposes to saving device, tho dumb waiter, cauuot s open a cash or no'sules gro bo exaggerated. Instead of carrying cery. Mr. Whelan purcliaseil Mr nntl up tho many, many thlniw that dally 1 Mrs. R. B, McGlothlan's residence and huvo to come 101 tho cellar they aro plnced on the dumb waiter. No energy will take possession at once. Is wasted, mid 0110 trip will save three. first-clas11 Price $450.00 W. II. Louisville, Ky. SUNDAY, JULY 11th Via GREENWELL, Ky. Cloverport, DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM, and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. Office Houri: 6 lo 9 a. m. 12 to 2 anil 6 lo 9 p. m Mr. Potter Dead Pleasant J. Potter, founder of the Pot ter Hank, and probably the oldest Ala- son in Kentucky, died at his home in Howling Green Wednesday. Ills death was Incident to ae,e. years old. L. JH. & St. L. R'y Leave Cloverport 7:0!) u. 111. Arrive Louisvillu 10:00 u, 111. Try Want lie' was, ninety-fiv- e Leave Louisville 8:30 p. tion bis sister. One day Curtlss came upoa Nu alt ting upon the veranda. Terkoz lay at bis feet Nu was clothed In khaki an old suit of Grcystokc's being tbe blm. "You'd better keep nway from him, largest that could bo found upon the Curtlss," warned Brown. "Ho nlways place, arid that was none too large. the wolf As Curtlss approached lias bud u strange way with blm In bis hound turned bis wicked llttlq eyes likes and dislikes, and he's a mighty upon blm, without moving his bead ugly customer to deal with when he's from where It lay stretched upon bis crossed, lie's killed ono man already forepaws, and growled. Nu extended n big Wnraboll spearman who was a booted foot across the beast's neck stalking up In tbo north to bold him In check. country last fall. Let's see If he's got Tbc bound's show of hostility anIt lu for the rest of us." gered Curtlss. He bated tbc brute, One by one Terkoz suffered tbc oth- and he hated Nu as cordially Just ers to approach Nu. Only Curtlss why he did not know. seemed to rouse his savage, protective Ho baited In front of the cave man. Copyrijht, 1914, by W. C. Chapman instinct "I want to ask you a nuestlon." ho As they discussed their plans for the said coldly, "f have been wanting to Immediate future Nu opened eyes do so for a long time, but there ban The zebra killer," said Brown. with a return of consciousness. bis CHAPTER VII. always been some one else around." "What's that beneath his Mead? Looks At sight of the strange figures about Tht Lonely Man. Nu nodded. like a khaki coat." blm be sut up and reached for his stooped to All her bat "What can Nu tell you?" he asked. Darney drew It out and held It up. tpear, but Barney bad bad the fore Klrst she leaned "You can tell me where Miss Cus"God!" cried Curtis. "It's hers!" sight to remove this weapon, as well as to quench her own "lie must have come down there the man knife and hatchet from his ter is." replied Curtlss. thirst. "Miss Custer? I do not know what after wc left, got his spear and stolen reach. A sadden, warning growl from Ter-ko- s your sister." said Brown. you mean. I never heard of Miss As the cave man came to a sitting brought her head up, and there, Curtlss drew his revolver and push posture Barney laid a hand upon his Custer." paces from her, she saw a not ten "You Hoi cried Curtlss, losing con rd closer toward the unconscious Nn. shoulder. dozen white robed Arabs and behind of himself. "Her Jacket was found 'The beast!" he growled "Shoot 'We shall not harm you." he said. trol them half a hundred blacks. All were beneath your head in that foul den ot "If you will tell us what has become of yours." armed; evil looking fellows they were, my sister." Then, placing bis Hps close and one of the Arabs had covered her nu came slowly to his feet With bis long gun. to the other's ear, ho whispered, "What docs 'lie mean?" he asked. Nat-ul?- " Now be spoke to her, but In a tongue "Where is "I do not understand all that pcoplo be did not understand, though sbe Nu understood but the single word say to me yet but I know much from Nat-ubut thu friendly tone and the the way of saying, nnd I do not like Jtnew that his message wa3 unfriendly, "and Imagined that It warned ber not hand upon his shoulder convinced blm your way, Curtlss." to attempt to use ber own rifle which that this man was no enemy. "Answer my question!" cried Cur lay beside ber. Next be spoke to those He shook his head negatively. "Nu does not understand the stran- tlss. "Where is Victoria Custer? When behind him, and two of tbcm apyou speak to me remember that I'm ger's tongue," he said. proached the girl, one from either side, Then he asked tho samo question as Mr. Curtlss!" while the leader continued to keep bis "What does ile' mean?" persisted " piece leveled at ber. had Barney, "Whero Is But tho American could translate Nu. "And why should 1 call'you 'mis-tor- ? As the two came toward her sho I do not like tho sound of your only tho name, yet it told him that here d beard a menacing growl from the indeed was the dream man of his sis- voice, Curtlss." and then saw him leap for the It was at this moment that Barney ter. nearest Arab. The fellow clubbed his gun and swung it full upon Terkoz's And so they set out for the ranch. appeared. The black haired giant stood with Bkull, so that the faithful hound coFour half naked blacks bore tbo rude tbe bristling wolfhound at his side. llapsed in a silent heap at their feet. stretcher. Upon one side walked Terkoz, tho Tbe attitude of the man resembled Then the two rushed In and seized Victoria's rifle. A moment later sbe wolfhound, and upon tbe other Barney nothing more closely than that of a big black panther tensed for a spring. Curwas roughly dragged toward the leader Custer. of the III favored gang. Four Wazlri warriors accompanied tlss' hand was reaching for the butt of the gun at his hip. them. Through one of the blacks, a west Barney stepped between them. Nu, weak and sick, was Indifferent coast negro who had picked up a "What is the meaning of this. Cur to bis fate. If be bad been captured mattering of pidgin English, tbc leadby enemies, well and good. He knew tlss?" he asked sharply. er questioned the girl, and when be Curtlss had been a warm friend for found that she was a guest of Lord what to expect either slavery or death, years a friend of civilization nnd luxGreystoke an ugly grin crossed his for that was tbe way of men as Nu ury and ease., He had known Curtlss knew them. evil face, for the fellow lccallcd what under conditions which gave everybad befallen another Arab slave and thing that Curtlss wished, and be bad Ivory caravan at the bauds of the EngCHAPTER VIII. seemed a tine fellow, but lately, slnco lishman and bis Wazlri warriors. A Prisoner. he had been crossed and disappointed, was an opportunity for partial Here a week they doctored Nu at there bad been sides to his character revenge. bungalow of tho that had never before presented them He motioned for his followers to selves. bring her along. Theru was no time Thero were times when they Curtlss made no reply to Barney's to tarry In this country of their enedespaired of his life, for the bullet question. Instead ho turned on bis mies, into which they had accidentally wound that creased his temple clear heel and walked away. you being lost in tho Jungle "We shall not harm you ifmy will tell to the skull had become Infected, but stumbled after us what has become of Nu laid a hand upon the American's sister." for the better part of u mouth. at last be commenced to mend and shoulder. Victoria asked what their intentions nj's too good for him. Get out of the after that his recovery was rapid, for "What does 'Ho' mean, Custer?" he toward her were, but all that she way, Barney; I'm going to give him bis constitution was that of untainted asked. could learn was that they would tako all six chambers." physical perfection. Barney tried to explain. her north with them. Shu offered to "No." said Barney quietly. The several searching parties return"I see," said Nu. "And what is a arrange the payment of a suitable ran"Why?" demanded Curtlss. trying to ed ono by one without a clew to tbo mister?' " som If they would return her to her push past Custer. whereabouts of Victoria Custer. Barney Again Barney did his best to explain. friends unharmed, but the Arab only "Because 1 don't believe that- - he knew that all was being done that "Who is Miss Custer?" Nu nsked. laughed at her. Victoria," replied Barney. could be by bis friends, but ho clung harmed Barney looked at tho man In surprise. "You will bring a good price," he "That's sulllclent reason for waiting tenaciously to the belief that tho solu"Do you not know?" ho asked. aid, "at the court or the sultan of until we know the truth. Then I tion to the butlllng mystery lay locked "Why should I?" Tagwara, and for the won't stand for tbc killing of an un- In the breast of the strange giant who Fnlad, north of "She Is my sister," said Barney, lookrest I shall havo partly settled the conscious man, anyway." was convalescing upon the cot that ing closely at tbo man. core which 1 have against the Engnothing but a beast a mad had been set up for him in Barney's "lie's "Your sister?" questioned Nu. "1 lishman." dog." insisted Curtlss. "lie should be own room. Curtlss had been relegated not know you had a sister, Custer." So 'Victoria Custer disappeared from 'tilled for what ho is. I'd never have to other apartments, and Barney stuck did " "You did not know my sister, men ut the border of the thought to sec you defending the man close to tbo bedside of his patient day the sight of cried Barney. and night land of the Wazlri, nor was there any who killed your sister." "Nat-ul!- " exclaimed tho man. "Nat-u- l other than her captors to know the deHis principal reasons for so doing "Don't be a fool. Curtlss." snapped your sister?" vious route that they followed to gain Barney. were his wish to prevent tho man's "We dou't know that Vic'Yes. I supposed that you knew it" the country north of Uzlrl. toria's dead. The chances are that this escape and his desire to open some "But you are not Aht, son of Tha," When at last Nu, the sou or Nu. man has been helpless from method of communication with the fever for stranger said Nu, "and Nat-u- l had no other opened bis eyes from the deep slumber a long time. as rapidly jis possible. There's u wound In bis brother." Already tho wounded man had learnthat hud refreshed and invigorated head that was probably made by your "I am brother of the girl you saved him be looked up expectantly for tho ed to make known his simpler wants hot last night In English, and the ease with which from the Hon in tho garden yonder," face that bad been hovering above "If he recovers from that be may he mastered whatever Barney attempt- Mid Barney. "Is It she you know as bis, and as he realized that the cave to throw home light on Vic- ed to " teach him assured tho American was teuautless except for himself a be able disappearance, if it develops of the early success of bis venture in "Sbe was Nat-ul.- " sigh that was half sob broke from toria's "Where Is she?" cried Barney. the depths of his lonely heart, for he that he has harmed her I'm tho one to this direction. 1 "I do not know," replied Nu. "I knew that Nat-u- l bad beeii with him demand an accounting not you. As Curtlss continued to view tbe stransaid before, I do not believe that this ger with suspicion only lu Ills dreams. and ill disguised thought that she was a prisoner among Yet It bad been so real! Even now man would have harmed u hair of my hostility. He was positive that the you, and I havo been waiting here man had murdered Victoria Custer, quietly for ber to be brought back." be could feel the touch of her cool sister's head." you know about blm?" and. falling to "What do "You saw her last," said Barney. hand upon bis forehead mid her slim persuade the others that fingers running through his hair. Ills demanded Curtlss. The tlmo bad come to have It out they should take justice into their own "1 never saw blm before," replied cheek glowed to her hot kisses, and in hands and execute the prisoner forth- with this man. "You saw her last She was lu your bis nostrils was the sweet uroma of Barney. "I don't know who ho Is or with, bo now Insisted that bo bo taken where be came from, but I know-W- ell, to the nearest point at which civilizacave In tho mountain. Wo found her her dear presence. mind what I know, except tion bad established the machinery of Jacket there, and beside the spring this never The disillusionment of bis waking brought with It bitter disappointment that there isn't anybody going to kill law and turned over to the authorities. dog lay senseless. What became of Barney, on the other hand, was Just ber?" and a return or the fever. Again Nu blm other than Barney Custer." lapsed into semiconsciousness and de"Custer's right," broke In Browri. as Arm in his determination to wait Nu stood with uu expreslou of dull lirium, so that he was not nwaru of "It would be murder to kill this fel- until tho man had gained a sufficient Incomprehension upon his fine features. clad white man that crept low lu cold blood. You have jumped command or English to enable them It was as though be bad received a tho khaki warily Into the half darkuess of his to the conclusion, Curtlss, that Miss to give him n fair bearing and then stunning blow. lair shortly after noon. Custer Is dead. If wc let you kill this be governed accordingly. "She was there?" be said at last In It was Harney Custer, and behind man we might be destroying our best no could not forget that there had a low voice. "Shu was there in my him enmu Curtlss. Ilutzow and u halt chance to locate and rescue ber." existed some strange and inexplicable cave, and I thought It was but a dream. dozen others of the searching party. As they talked tho gaunt figure of bond between this handsome giant nnd She has gono nway, nnd for many days They hud stumbled upon the half dead the wolfhound. Terkoz, crept Into the his sister nor that unquestionably the I have remained hero doing nothing, Terkoz beside thu spring, and theru cave. He had not been killed by tho man bad saved ber life when Old while she roams timid tho dangers of also they bad found Victoria Custer's Arab's blow, and n liberal dose of cold Itallles hud sprung upon her. Barney tbo forest alone and unprotected. bat. and plainly in the soft earth be- water poured over bis bead bad helped had loved and lost because he had "Unless" his tone beeauio more hopehillside they to hasten returning consciousness. tween the bowlders of tho loved a girl beyond bis reach, and so ful "she has found her way to our had been the new made path to thu He nosed, whining, about tbc cavern his sympathies went out to this man own peoplo nmong thu caves besldo the cave higher up. who, lie was confident, loved his sister. restless sea. But bow could she? Not as though lu search of Victoria. Wheu Harney haw that tht prostrate One of tbe llrst things that Barney even I, a man and a great hunter, can Thu men watched him lu slleuco aftfigure within thu cavern did not stir at er Brown had said: "If this man harmtried to impress upou the mau was even guess lu what directiou lies tbo bis entrance n Milling fear 'rose lu bis ed Miss Custer and laid out Terkoz that be was u prisoner, and, lest be throat, for ho was sure that he bail the beast 'II be keen for ruveuge. should escape by night when Barney country of my father, Nu. Perhaps you can tell me." found the dead body of his sister, but Watch him, and if Curtlss Is right slept, Greystoko set Terkoz to wntcb Barney shool; bis head. His disapeyes became more accustomed to theru won't any of us havo tu tivcuge over blm. as bis pointment was great He had been the dim light or the Interior he realized your sister. Terkoz 'II take care of But Nu did not seem Inclined to sure that Nu could cast somo light his mlstukeut llrst with a sense ot In- that. I know him." wish to escape. Ills one deslro appar- upon tbo whereabouts of Victoria. finite relief and later with misgivings "We'll leiivu It to Terkoz." said Bar- ently was to master, the strange tongue He woudercd If thu man were tellthat amounted uliuon to a wish that it ney. of bis captors. ing blm the truth. Doubts began to had been Victoria, safe in death; for After thu animal bud made thu comFor two weeks after ho was able to assail blm. It teemed scarcely crediamong the savage men of savagu Af- plete rounds of the cave, sultllng at quit his bed bo devoted his time to fates worse than death every crack and crevice, be camo to learning English. He had thu free- ble that Victoria could have been In rica there tire the fellow's lair without he knowing for women. each of thu watching men, nosing tbcm dom of the ranch, coming and going of ber presence. That she had been The others bad crowded lu besldo carefully. as he pleased, but bis weapons were theru there seemed llttlo or no doubt blm. and one had lighted a torch of Then he walked directly to the side kept from blm, bidden In Lord The only other explanation was dry twigs, which for a few seconds Il- of the unconscious Nu, licked bis cheek study, and Barney, sometimes luminated the Interior of thu cuvo and. lying down beside him, rested with others of the household, alwuys that Nu bad. as Curtlss bad suggested, stolen her from the vicinity of tho brightly. In that time they saw that bis bead upon the runu's breast so accompanied blm. killed her, und taken bis spear tho man was the only occupant and that bis tierce, wolQsh eyes were Nu was waiting for Nat-ul- . uud ber coat buck to bis cave wttb that be was helpless from fever. pointed straight and watchful at the she would come blm-- but that did uot account for the lie was sure that Besldo blm lay the stone spear that group of men opposite hlin. back again to this cave that bis new presence of tbo bound or the beast's had slain Old HaUIea. Each of them 'There!" said Darney, leaning down acquaintances called a bungalow. Bar- evident loyalty to tbe man. recognized It Ilow could It bare been and stroking the beast's head, ney waswaltlng for the nan to men Nu bad. turned from th Terandajud ernai lover Edgar Rice Burroughs i r The hound whined up into hta face, bat when Curtlss approached bo rose, bristling, and. standing across the body of No, growled ominously at eatered the bungalow. Barney followed htm. The man wna hunting abont tbo house for something. "What are you looking for?" nsked tho American. "My stienr." replied Nu. "What do you want of It?" "I'm going to find Nut-ul.Barney laid n hand upon the other' arm. "No," he said, "you nre not going away from here until we find my sister. You nre n prisoner. Do you un l. c. Insurance Offici taul I Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorrri, Life, AccidentjHealth derstnnd?" The cave man drew himself to bis full height There was a sneer upon his Up. "Who can prevent me?" Barney drew his revolver. "This." he said. For a moment the man seemed plunged In thought Tie looked at the menacing gun. and then off through tho opening windows toward the dis- Insurance. Old Reliable Companies J tant bills. . VICTOniA "I can't wait, for her sake." he said. "Don't make any attempt to escape," warned Barney. "You will bo watch ed carefully. Terkoz will give the alarm, even If he should be unable to stop you, though as a matter of fact he can stop you easily enough. Were I you I should bate to be stopped by He Is as savage as a lion Terkoz. when aroused and almost as formlda. ble." Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Ollici Trent & Wills' Llt-- rj Stable Prepared lo Treat all AnimallDiseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. l, Nat-ul?- wolf-houn- prisoner's cot About midnight tbe cave man open ed bis eyes. Tbe regular breathing of the American attested the soundness of his slumber. Nu extended a band toward the sleeping Terkoz, at tbe lame time making a low, purring sound with bis Hps. Tbe beast raised his head. "Sh-b!- " whispered Nu. Then he roso to a sitting posture and very carefully put bis feet to the floor. Stooping, he lifted the heavy wolf hound In his arms. Tho only-sigthe animal made was to raise his muzzlo to tbo man's face and lick bis cheek. n Barney did not aee tbo smile that touched the cavo man's lips. Later Barney told tho others that ?u seemed to realize tbe futility of attempting to get awuy, but that nlgbt he locked their doors securely, placed the key under his pillow and drew his cot beneath the double windows of their room. It would take a mighty stealthy cat thought be, to leave the apartment without rousing him, even were Terkoe not stretched beside tbe P. KUNNECKE, Hardinsburg, Ky. V. M. D. oliaocralffoirolfaoplfo Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. QllCTOPoTfo1lblc30Ptio1 M, E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY FOB Nu smiled. Ho recalled Coster's words, "Terkoz will give the alarm even If be should bo unable to stop you." The troglodyte approached tho cot on which Barney lay In peaceful slumber. Ho rested one baud upon tbe sill of tbo open window, leaning across the sleeper. 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FDOiEBAXER, Secf, hwiHe, K Marshal's Sale For Taxes. virtue of taxes due the town of lrvlngton, Ky,, for the years 1013 and I9I4, I will "on July 17, 1915, between the hours of. iO o'clock a. ra. and 3 o'clock p. m. In front of the City Hall of lrvlngton, Breckenridge county, Ky., expose to public sale to the high est bidder for cash in hand, the follow ' ing property, (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid and costs) 1. liurrel Grinnel estate, consisting of one house and lot in lrvlngton, Ky., for ono year's poll tax, and three years MOTOR COAT, MILITARY CUT. piopertv tax, amounting to $6,59. 2. F. R. Do well's to wu1ots, held for Motor coat of white woolen mix- taxes for IOI3 and 19H, amounting to ture, strlcd with black. Designed from $3.50. T. J. Atkinson. tbo uniform of the German soldier. It Marshal of Town of lrvlngton, Ky, Is belted and buttoned lu true military effect. The high roll collar Is Administrator's Notice. faced with black silk faille, wblcb also faces tbe buttonholes. All persons having claims against the estate of John H. MdGavock, deFor Perspiration Odors ceased, are requested to prove their An excellent desdorant Is "Penslar claim ai required under the statutes, Sorbatal." Dust it lightly under the and file with me at once. This June 14, iOIS. arm and on the body. It neutralizes all Allen R. Klncheloc, odors. 25 cenU at Wedding's JDrug Administrator, Hardinsburg, Ky. Store. By ' m 111 Grey-stoko- 's bun-gulo- brought tohlm? KENTUCKY NEWS JAMES P. EDWARDS ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Louisville, Ky., June 28, 1915. (Special Correspondence) Hon. James P, Edwards, of Jefferson County, one of tho most prominent lawyei In the state, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor. His platform Is, uneny, netier schools, improved public highways, economy In stato affairs, abolishment nf tinnippnnrv Dinntitlvii offices, revision of tnx laws so as to Leading Facts of the Past Week are enthusiastically behind the Presi dent in all his great policies. Mr. Nowman is a Democrat of the truest type, and ns Commissioner o Paducah, Ky., Juno 20, 1915. (Spe- Agriculture has accomplished greater cial Correspondence.) Lieutenant results for the development of tho Governor E. J. McDermott spoke here farming Interests of the stato than all Thursday afternoon to about 250 peo- his predecessors combined. He Is a ple. There were present a number of tireless, fearless worker, and has done things worth whilo since he has been Prohibitionists and Republicans, and In office. several Stanley supporters, all of whom, regardless of their choice for STANLEY 8PEAKS TO Governor, honor and respect Mr. CROWDS IN THE McOERMOTT'S SPEAKINGS. RECORD-BREAKIN- FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES relieve overtaxed properties and taxation of such property as now avoids IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. taxation, f.ivnrfl flin nrnannt Pniinlo Unit Lnw for regulation of the liquor & irainc as passed by tho legislature In compliance with the Democratic platlc'o CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK. form of 1911, which Is the fundamental law Of the n.irtv. unit nnnnana Slain. Par Yalas of Snares $100. wide prohibition as unnecessary as a temperance measure, a menace to tho PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. OVerhlirftanpfl Invnnvpra nnA rnnlrniv Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, September and December. to both the National and Stato pl.it- Redeemable as a whole or in part, at any time, at the option of iorms or the party. the Company at 123 and accrued dividend. Mr. Edwards was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor In 1911, nnd was CAPITALIZATION. defeated by Mr. Edward J. McDermott, 'Authorlisd THIRD DISTRICT. Outatandtna the present Lieutenant Governor, now 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock $l,50O,000 $1,500,000 a candidate for Governor, by a plu The address was characteristic of Common Stock Franklin, Ky., June 26, 1915. Spe rality of 1,562 votes In the State, 2,500,000 1,437,000 the speaker eloquent and outspoken cial Correspondence.) Hon. A. O though Mr, Edwards carried Jefferson on the Issues he deems paramount In Important features rcgardinR the business of this Company and County over Mr. McDermott by over Stanley finished the busiest week of Kentucky 6.000. this issue of stock may be summarized briclly as follows: his campaign at this place, Judge Edwards Is n giant physically, As In his previous speeches, Mr. Mc 1. Tiiis stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the State speaking to largest crowd that ueing several Dermott gave his reasons for opposing has attended the political speaking In Is n forceful mencs over six reet tall. of Kentucky. a public speaker, a man atate-wld- e prohibition. He served la this county in years, estimated at 5,' fllwnVR With Mm nnnrnfm nf Mo pnnvl.. 2. The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtedness. the Constitutional Convention and 000 to 6,000. Enthusiasm was unbound tlons, and loyal to his sense of duty 3. This business was established in 1877 by C. C. Mengel and ed, and, to all appearance, Stanley in Doin private and public life. helped place In the constitution the C. R. Mengel, and incorporated in 1903 as C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co., provision that enables each county to men were the only kind of Democrats in Simpson county. under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously bo a unit, without InMr. Stanley began the week's cam McCHESNEY IN THE successful during the whole period of 38 years. terference from outside counties. In palgn at Glasgow, where a record' 4. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany attendance greeted him. It the last session of the legislature, breakinglargest was the crowd that has been In Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest importer of Mahogany in Ky.. June 26. 1915. Mlddlesboro, when the present County Unit Law Glasgow since the Civil war. Prac the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1911 bewas passed making the constitutional tlcally everybody seemed to be for (Special Correspondence). H. V. Mc Chesney, state-wid1912, ing prohibition can1914, 1913, provision fully effective, Mr. McDer- Stanley. From Glasgow, Mr. Stanley went to didate for the Democratic nomination fi. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred mott stood for the Jeffersonlan fun- Edmonton, Metcalfe county; Drowns for governor, has been speaking In the Stock-havbeen passed upon by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and damental democratic doctrine that vllle. Edmonton county, and Scotts mountain counties this week. At Mlddlesboro there were present Archibald B. Young, Esq., of Louisville. people can 'govern themselves on such vllle, Allen county. Everywhere the forty white men, ten ladles, and matters better than outsiders can gov- attendance was larger than the court negroes. At London, Williamsburgthree and houses could accommodate, and win Corbln, Republicans ern them. PRICE $100 PER SHARE. and Democrats In dows and standing room were occu In this he agrees with his opponent, pied by eager Democrats, notwith about equal numbers, and a few ladles, Accrued Dividends to be Added. state-widproMr. A. O. Stanley, that are heard him attentively. Republicans standing the fact that hibition Is not an effective temperance behind with their work the farmers mid generally, who are taking any interest In state politics, think well of Mr. Mcmeasure, but, on the contrary, would dle of their harvests. and in the & CO. C. take' away, without the consent of the masterly appeals Mr. Stanley Is Chesney as a Democratic candidate. The (Adv.) governed, that most sacred right of a making to the people to stand by PresLOUISVILLE TRUST CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. free people to regulate for themselves, ident Wilson In his splendid leaderwithin their own county, moral ana ship of the party Is received most enD. S. GREEN WAKEFIELD & CO. JOHN W. social affairs, such as the license or thusiastically. It Is apparent every A THOROUGH TEST prohibition of saloons. He maintains where that the pebple want a business LOUISVILLE, KY. that whenever the people of a county, administration, with such a revision whose elected officers must enforce state Special circular giving complete details of the above issue of Pre', the law, if It Is to be effective, want of the tax laws as will enable the to pay off the $2,000,000 state debt ferred Stock may be obtained, and payment for the stock may be made to abolish saloons, they can ao so without laying any heavier tax burden One to Convince the Most Skep under the County Unit Law; and that upon the farms, live stock and other at the tical Cloverport Reader that prohibition, thus obtained will be tangible property that now pays the exactly what the people want. If state- expense of government. Millions upon wide prohibition is forced upon the un- millions of property that escapes as The test of time is the test that counts willing people of any county, neither pays no taxes must be Doan's Kidney Pills have made their they nor the officers they elect will sessment and tax duplicate and made put upon obey or enforce the objectionable law. to pay Its the of the taxes necessary reputation by effective action. share Such contempt of law Is hurtful to the to pay off the state debt, build good The following case is typical. CLOVERPORT, KY. character' of the citizenship, and tends roads throughout the state, and lra Cloverport residents should be con to cause disrespect for other laws. prove the school system by having Prom Paducah, Mr. McDermott went longer terms In country and better vinced. to Marlon, Sturgts and. Morganfleld, paid teachers. the The testimony is confirmed the proof where he addressed rather small audicomplete. The County Unit Law, passed by ences, owing to the fact that farmers last legislature, meets the approvalthe of Testimony like this cannot be ig are busy with their crops. the people. They do not want to ex- nored prohibition periment with state-widDeaths in Hancock Mrs. Edward Cullen, Kighth St., Can when under the County Unit system every county can vote out the saloons neton, Iml., says: "I suffered from Miss FROM NEWMAN WITHDRAWS any time a majority of the people bachaces and headaches and was not After an illness of about a year, Lily Hayden succumbed to a compliGOVERNOR'S RACE. taxpayers do not able to want to do so. The sleep well. My back was very cation of diseases at the home of her want to destroy the $100,000,000 of Frankfort, Ky., Juno 23, 1915. (Spe- taxable property In the state that is lame and housework was a burden. I brother, J. W. Hayden, of Lewisport, Kindly tue this blunk in renewing your subscription. paying nearly a million dollars a year used Doan's Kidney Pills and from the at U p. ra. Saturday. The remains Correspondence.) The cial Please examine tho lnbcl on your paper. If your subscription in taxes, and place upon the farms, first there was a change for the better. were Interred in the Lewisport cemedrawal of Commissioner of Agriculture factories, live stock and other prop is due, tho Editor will appreciate payment. J. W. Newman from the race for Gov- erty, already too heavily taxed, that I am still using them and the results are tery Sunday afternoon. (Statement given ernor was somewhat of a surprise to additional burden, which would be very satisfactory." Mies Lula Acton, aged 2(1, died at prohibition April 7, I9I7.) many, although It was conceded that necessary If state-wid- e were adopted. Over five years later Mrs Cullen said: her home in Patesville, of typhoid fe Harry McChesney, backed as he is by The slogan, "Stand by the President ver Wednesday, June 23, aftera month's League and General and the Democratic platforms, state "1 always praise Doan's Kidney Pills the services were con THE HHECKENKIDGE NEWS, They illness. The funeral folnational, upon which the party when I have the opportunity. and Percy Haley, had much tho larger has won Its greatest victories," meets certainly acted like magic on my kid ducted Thursday afternoon from the Clovkiu'oht, Ky. lowing among the "extra drys," as Mr. the hearty approval of the people. neys and it was not long before I was Bethlehem church by Rev. Henry Newman expresses it. Evidently Mr. Enclosed find $ , which apply to my subCraig. permanently cured. Newman realized that he could not scription account. Price 50c. at all dealers' Dou't A BIG make much headway as a state-wide-r MORROW ADDRESSES Impure blood runs you down makes simply ask for a kidney remedy get against the candidate selected by Dr. CROWD AT SHELBYVILLE. Ifor you an easy victim for disease League superPalmer, the Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Namk intendent, and 0. K.'d by Senator Shelbyvllle, Ky., June 25, 1915 Mrs. Cullen had. Foster-MilbuCo., pure blood and sound digestion llur dock Mood bitters. At all drug stores, Beckham and General Haley. Correspondence). In the Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Although Mr. Newman was the first Trice, $1 00. Democratic stronghold of Shel A DDltKSS . candidate to announce for Governor prohibition platform, by, the Hon. Edwin P. Morrow had a on a state-wid- e Read Your Home Paper Read the Want Ads. and had the endorsement of the V. C. very largo attendance to hear him T. U.. the pioneer temperance organ! speak last Tuesday evening. . Demo zation of the state, tho powers that crats and uepuoucans, as wen as were to direct the campaign did not many ladles, turned out to near mm THE LAWYER'S FABLE. BEWLEYVILLE look with favor on his candidacy. Mr. It was noted that, although Mr. MorMcChesney was selected as tho stand- row spoke at night, he had a larger It Took the Sting Out of His Oppoard bearer of the nrohtbltlonlsts. His crowd than Mr. McChesney had a nent's Florid Oratory. headquarters aro busy, with a large week before, on County Court day Thos. J. Drury spent the Fourth lu A, barrister who was possessed of an force of clerks, and ample funds to Ed Morrow, as he Is familiarly the city. make an aggressive campaign. by everybody, is a most attrac abnormally loud voice was making nn called Masonic 1'icnlc at Irvlngton SaturIn bis card of withdrawal Mr. New- tive speaker, and off the platform Is eloquent address to a jury. IIIh case man says ho has canvassed and the best handshaker, and wears the was fairly fttroug; ho was much lu ear- day. July 31. Don't forget. spoken In more than forty counties, happiest smile of any man In Ken nest, aud his trumpet tonos mado tho James Drury and wife, of Hranden-bur- g, and has concluded that there are only tucky, and it the Democrats make BecaBM 2,000 Idle curlotltT eeekeri In Blathim raftera ring. In u hurrlcuno of sound spent Saturday night and Sunday two candidates for Governor who are any serious mistake in choosing their ton asked Central' where tbt Are was, ao emergtocr ho closed his urgumcut and snt down. witli his father, seriously considered In the race. candidate for governor, many a Demo call for an ambulance was held op for nearly 5 mln C. H. Drury. . ntea and tbli delar retailed la the death of The Jury looked serious aud thoughtThough he did not mention names. It crat will hear Morrow's eloquent voice Miss Alenellardaway, of West Point, ParsIclaaiMr that bad the ambulance been lecared ful and were evidently much ImIs conceded that he meant Stanley and and feel the magnetic persuasion of ' life ml tbt bae been ad." at occe pressed. The opposing barrister bad a arrived Thursday to be the guest of her McChesney. Furthermore, he says the his cordial hand when they go Into the Elmlra Advertiser, Democratic party Is facing a crisis booth on November election day. faco like a hatchet and a thin low voice grandfather, Thos. P. Hardaway. that may endanger Its success, unless After the speaking, a number of the exact opposite of bis learned Misses Emma and Esther Meador, o( harmony Is restored and all unite for Democrats, and ardent temperance friend. When it becamo his turn to ad Custer, daughters of Dr. Meador, are victory in November, which he pledges men, met Mr. Morrow, and told mm begau: jury bo The that they agreed with him on the is beyond the bounds dress tholistened to tho rather himself to aid in accomplishing. spending the week with Mrs. Dick Car"As I harmony and unanimity of the Repubquestion, believing that the Counappeals of my learned friend I re- man. to answer platform convention at Lexing- ty Unit law was all that is needed to lican ' called my which I Mrs. C. ton this month, at which they reaffirm- banish the saloon from any county promptly the mass of cu- youth. aA fublo aud an assbeard la Into and Miss H. Drury, Miss Blanch Jolly lion entered the County Unit Law, and declined where a' majority of the people are ed Eva Foote entertained ia "In thelr'n," ppposed to them. The recent wet and a compact to slay tho beasts of the field honor of Miss Alma Davis to take any state-widriosity telephone calls the past with Judge O'Rear and Dr. Bruner dry election In Shelby county proved and share tho spoil. They divided the prohibition is threaten to swamp our ex- work; the ass was to go Into tho thicket week. Miss Davis leaves for her Mis pledging their support to the Repub- to them that state-wid- e lican ticket, was a distinct warning not necessary, for they voted out sachanges every time there is a and bray and frighten tho animals out, souri home the last of the week. that the Republicans are to be In the loons, and the county is now as dry as while the lion was to Ho in wait and Dr. Tom 'Cain, wife and baby, left V running this fall, ready and anxious a powder horn. At the samo time lit' large fire. kill the fugitives as fast as they ap- the first for Michigan to visit Mrs, to take advantage of any Democratic they do not want to destroy the vast peared. Well, tho ass sought tho dark Cain's parents before returning to mistakes. They believe that a state- distilling properties In the state that their tho wide prohibition Democracy will as- pay nearly a million dollars in taxes, Calls for physicians, the am- est part of voice,junglo and, Uftiug up home, Republic, N. D. his awful brayed and brayed sure Republican victory this fall. For for it they do, they well know that bulance or the police, held up ad brayed. Thero never was heard Dick Carman visited friends in Cus-te- r that reason Mr. McChesney 1s the other property, already heavily taxed, prime tavvite of Republicans, from will have to take up that burden In at such times might result in such a fearful din. Intoxicated with neighborhood Sunday. nominee for addition to what they now carry, and Ed Morrow) the "Tho ass was nulto Mrs. D. C, Moorman, of Glen Dean. Governor, down to the boys in the that without accomplishing anything his own uproar and thought he'd re- Is visiting her father, the loss of human life. Thos. P. rf arda-wa- y, trenches who hope to get Jobs under for real temperance. to see what tho Hon thought of It turn With a state treasury already over her brother, C. D. Hardaway, a Republican administration. amIahab With XT n.Mnn 11 went back W two million dollars in debt, the taxas well found a light heart bo doubtfully and and her aunt, Mrs. Babe Strother, of For your protection, the lion looking about like the good Democrat he Is, "The payers do not fancy adding another as for the protection of your mm, pale In tho faco and trembling in Dig Spring. prowill continue in power in million on account of state-wid- e Democrats very limb. you think of Kentucky, and Indicate to the world hibition, Xor they know they will have neighbors, we ask you to for braying?'What dotho exultant that ass. said that Kentucky is behind the National the whole thing to pay In the end, No. 40 for the Blood Democratic administration, and in line while the office seekers who are CUMBERLAND call the telephone operator 'Don't you think I scared themf rtdlng the prohibition Issue can take for the presidential election in 1916." 'Set red repeated the lion la an Rbtumatlsm, huamerely out of curiosity. After agitated thenir 'Why, you'd have scared mors of tht bloodScrofula and all you 'Save say that Mr. Newman feels It easy. The, bankrupt neighboring tone. TELEPHONE Jc give way whan President Wilson's opinion that states of West Virginia and Tennes" Be if I didn't know you were a all, she hat ao more prohi-Mtlotake Number 40, the great cure for see, each with a' debt of twelve millMtl optica, aa4 not state-wid- e London Graphic. prohibition. TELEGRAPH CO. lion dollars and state-wid- e blood poison. Try a bottleOjB Wedis the yroper method of Hum. yo tion the Uejuy twwttya, assets the art warning dancer tlinaja to thought ding'! Drag Store. It will give yea Ml Try our up to date job work new life. BOX 9tt, 01 ' A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 C. C. Mengel Bro. Co. y g e 18; e 24; 14; 16. e JAMES WILLSON a BRECKINRIDGE BANK e TO SUBSCRIBERS RENEWAL ORDER Anti-Saloo- n Anti-Saloo- n rock-ribbe- Don't Make Curiosity Telephone Calls 1 llq-qu- IT possibility e that sure-thin- g 1 not tt Jaek-asa!- bye. For the past We ask Just that and no more your attention "Sixty Days" business has not been normal, therefore we are "forced to Cut prices. compare, think and come early before your pattern or size is gone. , ATTENTION! True to our name 'The Busy Store" Q QQ Read below Clothing in Three Big Lots 1915 Shoes and Oxfords With every Ono Pound of Gun Powder Tea, now 60c crop at . . Wo will give you free of charge, one only, 2 qt. Aluminum Pan. 15c Country or city Bacon, per pound 10c Six pounds of Soda for 25c Clean Easy Soap for Seven bars of 25c Two pounds of good Coffee, not trash. Ask your neighbor about this coffee. 19c Ono dozen Tin Cups, 1 pint, per dozen Men's black Sox, fast color, always sold for 10c, clearance prico 0b 5c Men's good work Sox, at.. 10c 1st quality blue and white Enameled Pan, 5 qt 10c 1J pint bluo and whito Dipper 19x40 inch Huck Towel, full bleached, very special, each.. 10c 9 inch Jelly Pan, puro alumium, for 10c Six pieces of 5c Lawn at, per yard 4c Ten pieces of l2Jc Lawns and Mulls at 8c About 500 yards of China Matting, tho kind that 15c "wears," formerly sold at 19o to 22c, to close Smith-TaBrussels seamless Rug, 4 One only, 9x12 worth $16.50, to close 01 A good apron Gingham, very special, per yard 5c Crepe that formerly sold About 100 yards or 2lJ 25c, very special per yard 8c All 10c 36 inch Percale at, per yard 5c All Calicoes at, per yard Everything in Wash Goods greatly reduced. Come early. p Pattern and 1915 Trimming. Unrestricted choico of any Suit in the house Formerly sold for $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 Any $10.00 Suit in the houso 7.98 for Any $7.00 to $8.00 Suit in house 5,50 for Men's $4.00 and $5.00 Pants, your choico 2.98 for .. Mcn'fl $3.00 Pants, your choice .2.19 .. . for Men's $2.50 Pants, your choice 1.95 .. for Work Pants, always sold for Men's Kniki $1.00, vour choico for Boys' all wool Norfolk Suits in gray, fancy mixed Kersey, size 10 to 17, very special, formerly sold AQ Q at $5.00, sale price vvi I u 4 nn Boys' Bluo Serge Pants, formerly sold at $1.35 iUU to $1.50, sizes 7 to 18, during this sale Choice of any Boys' all wool Pants that 7Qp formerly sold for SI. 00, sale price ob Boys' Kaiki Pants, sizes 5 to 10, 39c very special . Kaiki Punts, sizes 10 to 18, Boys' 49c very special July clearance price Tho $3.00 kind The $2.50 kind Tho $276'0 100 pairs of Men's $4.00 and $5.00 Oxfords in black and tan,. unrestricted choico Ladies' $3 50 Pump, in silk, kid and patent leathor, $2.9 .. at .2.5 .2.0 .9 .5 1.2 kind .... " t The $1.50 kind at J9c Children's Slippers, all the profit cut off. Your size is here. Ladies' heavy work Shoes, former price $1.75, to close at You had better see this number and buy quick; put it away for winter. Boys' outing Shoes, worth $1.50, to close .25 July clearance sale Men's mulo skin Shoes, just the thing for work shoes, 1.50 formerly sold for $1.65, one week price Ono lot of Men's Shoes, formerly sola for .48 $2.25 and $2.00, to clean up, sizes 7 to 11 at .1.25 . liu "71-f- or Men's Wool Hats The $1.50 and $2.P0 grades, your choice 95(J two-ton- e .dozen of tho famous Monarch Shirts, made by & Co., of Rochester N. Y. All sizes, all patterns, they arc- worth $1.00 where over you go, July price DRn . ono week Ouu Amoskcag Bluo Chamhry Shirts, 12 Cluett-Pca-bod- y - They come in black and blue for young and old men. We have quite a few $2.00 Straw Hats 4 nn UU to close at , All sizes in the new shapes. Embroidery at unheard of prices. We are loaded on these goods and must make room. See tho window. 2 to 5 inch shadow lace that formerly sold at 10c Pft OG and 15c, July price, one week lace is real livo bargain. This 2 for Ladies' Skirts that formerly sold for $4.00 and $5.00, in this sale . 7rn .(DC frj nr wZiZu Automobile Duster, special 52 inches long, worth $2.00, $1.39 This Sale starts Saturday, July 10th and ends Saturday, July 17th and is for CASH OR PRODUCE. is a great chance to buy anything in our line ''Nothing charged at these prices." This at greatly reduced prices. d. F. Alexander, : : Irvington, Ky. Doaoooc nor: jloc IJall. R. C. Richardson, of Louisville, las Better to have the poet's heart than been the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. M. brain Heard. I dig, clean and repair cisterns Feeliug than souk; but better far thin Miss Regina Hoben left Saturday for Work guaranteed. and wells. h'lth, To be a Ming, a music of God's making. Cloverport to be the guest of her aunt, MacDonald. Mrs. May Lewis, , ' Mrs. Amos Board is taking her va Mrs. Auu Itruce, who has beem mak- cation. She will remain at home durKentucky llardinsburg. :: ing her. home with her sister, Mrs John ing the month of July. Alexander has gone to Custer to reMr. and Mrs. John Akers, Misses side. Florence Akers and Lucile Jarboe have town were the guests of Misses Hannah Masonic, Picnic ,,t Irvington Satur- returned from Basin Spring, where they and Judith Beard. day. July.'ll. Don't, forget. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. W. R. Moorman and daughter, vs Shellle Poole has gone to Clover-por- t Nevltt. Mi Miss Sarah Dean Moorman, of Glen Kenneth Board, of Tucson, Arizona, Dean, were in town last Friday. to be the guest of Miss Mary Jo is expected this week to visit her brothMattingly. Hawkins Smith drove down .from er, Amos Board, who Is confined to his Henstey Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kugeue Miller, of Glen J home. Chas. Hook and daughters have re Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton enter turned to Irvington after being the tained at their home lust Friday even guests of relatives in and near town. Protracted meeting begins at Ephe- ing from 8:30 to VI in honor of their GARFIELD Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday guests, the Misses Compton, ot Allen, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dt C. conducted by the pastor, Rev. C. Kln- Texas. Masonic Picnic at Irvington Satur- nison, assist eu uy Kev. unas. iiruing- Miss Jane Lightfoot, ot Cloverport, is Moorman, at their home near Glen ton. day, July 31. Don't forget it. visiting her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Beard. Dean. Miss Mildred Murray is visiting her Hoben made a business trip to family were guests J.T. Robert Pool and LaxaMan cousin, Murray Beard. Louisville last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Ab Bullock Sunday. R. L. Ditto and Moorman Ditto are For constipation, biliousness, IndiFranklin Kincheloe, B. F. Beard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs V. W. Smith were the visiting relatives and fr(ends in and and the Misses Compton attended the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Moorman gestion, stomach and liver troubles. Harmless. If not better than calomel boat show at Cloverport last Wednes- Sunday. Wc are willing near Brandenburg. salts, or any laxative you have ever Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kennedy and day evening. A large crowd was in attendance at to siandonthe daughter, used, we pay the money back quick. Miss Ida Kennedy, have bjen Fathers Day was observed at the M. Locust Hill Sunday, with splendid serSold by Wedding's Drue Store. results of our visiting In Owensboro. E. church, South, last Sunday at the vices and a bountiful dinner served by Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons, John 11 o'clock services. to the hospitable people of the community-Rev- . C. L. Bruington will preach a TURKS REPORT SUCCESSES you. and Donald, have returned from a visit Willie Hoben, of Glen Dean, was the to Mr. and Mrs. John Heeler, near series of sermons at the Cumberland guest of J.T. Hoben and family last When you buy Kirk. Attacks Repelled on the Caucasus Presbyterian church here this week. Friday. Front and In Dardanelles. here you get On account of the Inclement weather Mr. and Mrs. John O'Reilly, Jr., Jim Amstordam, Juno 28. Tho Turkish Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran and son, DanThursday the picnic of the Baptist war ofllco Issued tho following official Lewis and Leo Hoben attended the iel, visited value friends in the country last last Sunday School was postponed until statement at Constantinople: boat show in Cloverport last Wednes- week. time. "On tho Caucasus front the enemy, some time in August. day. which Is retreating, Is making an at. C. W. Barnes and daughter, of GarMiss Dorothy Dowell, of Louisville, Miss Lilyan Beard has returned from temp( t0 maintain his positions in tho a month's visit to friends in Demlng, field, were in town last Wednesday. is vlsitlng'her aunt, Mrs. Belle Smith. region jf Kalo noghasl, with the obMr. Barnes has recently moved Into his N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams were Sun- ject oX avoiding tho withdrawal ot tile new storehouse at Garfield. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ken- right wing. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Davis and sons, "On tho Dardanelles front, in the John D. Babbage represented Clover- nedy. David and Thomas, spent Sunday In region of Abl Burnu, our artillery port at the flag raising last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cimpton, of of Dr. and Mrs. J. Closing out the following to Harned the guests twice bombarded an enemy transport Hardinsburg, accompauled by their near Cab a Tepo. Ono of our sholls B. Matthews. t Diarrhoea Quickly Cured make room for Fall Goods at cousins, the Misses Compton, of Allen, fell upon an enemy destroyer. Two Karl Thomas, of Bloomlngton, Ind., reduced prices: "About two years ago I had a severe Texas, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. struck tho transport, which was disis visiting Murray Brown and other embarking munitions, and fire broko attack of diarrhoea which lasted for over B. Richardson Sunday. ' friends Ladies' Millinery Goods and Slippers , D. H. Smith lost a valuable horse out on the vessel. a week," writes W. C. Jones, Iluford, "The enemy attacked a portion of Ed Beard, of Louisville, spent the Overalls and Shirts Hats. Men's Straw N. D, "I became so weak that I could last Friday. tfco entrenchments on our center. Ml week end with his parents, Mr. and Nice Line Fruits and Vegetables Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and children, attacks were repulsed with heary not stand upright. A druggist recomMrs. Wm. Heard. mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Mildred and Apna Leigh, left Friday losses to the enemy. On the right Mrs. D. C. Heron, Misses Mary Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose re- for an Indefinite visit to friends and rel- wing only artillery and Infantry firing Heron, Ellia Plggott, of Irvington, at- lieved me and within two days I was as atives in' Kansas City and points in occurred." Dean, Ky. tended the (lag raising, and while In well as ever " Obtainable everywhere. Oklahoma. HARDINSBURG D;an, are visiting his sister, Hardee Cisterns and Wells Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? m Lee Duncan, AT THE OLD RELIABLE ( Breckinridge Bank. Can Say This. Stands For NOTICE General Machine ! Shop Results We do all kinds of work such as efforts please Automobile Work, Motor Boat Work and Gasoline Engine Repairing, Steam Engine and Boiler Work of all Kinds. 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