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The Breckenridge news: July 21, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915072101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 21, 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 21, 1915. The load consisted of by the fol lowing parties: Lon Adklis, II; Amos Hob Steward, Ktes, 0; Jus. Storms, 50; Geo Marsh, 35; Mnrtln Minnett, 14; Cal Lamar, 71). It is understood that It Is the price paid was 7c and replied that Martin Minnett had the the best lambs that were received, lightest one weighing 85 nnd the heaviest one tipped the scales at 110 pounds. The Clarion. 22s head and were delivered A 8 Pages FAIR CATALOGUE No. 3 ii v. mreHESNEY here Tuesday. HAVE GREAT HE and Democratic Candidate For Gov- ernor Makes Three Speeches In Brcckenridge County. FOR STATE-WIDE First of the Three Saturday July Barbecues Pulled Off in Style Music. Fine Food Speeches. PLEASURE AND PROFIT. The good-tipicnic and the annual celebration of the Modern Woodmen of America held at Webster Saturday was an all day success. The event took place In Lyddan's Grove and a largo crowd attended. A line barbe cued dinner was served at 13 o'clock with plenty of Iced watetland ice cream on the side J. V. St. Clair, Dr. J. T. Heudrlck, Forest Compton and William Haycraft, the managers, were congratulated on their attractive program and the high class amusements. Aside from the social past-timof the day, a serious and helpful address was delivered by J." W. DeHart, State Deputy of the order. H. V. McChesney, Democratic candidate for Governor, was billed to speak, but on account of rain the night before, he could not make connection. He would have been heartllly wel corned by the crowd. xne contests were carried out to a letter and all the prizes given, except in the offer of The Breckenridge News which was made to the newest bride and groom present. Only one bride was there and she left her husband at home. The prize awards were as follows: PROHIBITION The only man, Domocrat or liepubll Dear Mr. Habbage: In your last issue can, who has declared himself for I noticed some one wrote up Mr. McState-Wid- e 1'rohlbltlon mado three Chesney speaking to such small crowds. speeches In llreckenrldL'e county Sat- 1 can't tell where this party got such ot Frankurday. II. V. McChesncy, rotten :tuff ns that, unless he got same fort, and the best class of men groeted from the Courier Journal, the whisky him at Hardinsburg, Irvlngton, and organ. I am sure Mr. McChesney has Cloveruort. been greeted with the largest crowds of Mr. McChesney did not neglect his any candidate in the last forty years In his power, if electpledge to do all who has made a race for the Governored governor of Kentucky, for the ship of Kentucky, and what I deem the movement of good roads, agriculture, most respectable crowds, who want to education and a clean government. blot out one of the greatest evils that His most appealing promise was to confronts the American people today, give the people a right and opportun and I do hope and pray that the good State-Wid- e Prohibiity to vote on the voters and law abiding citizens of this tion amendment. In plain words he county and State will vote for McChes State-Wid- e Prohibipromised to lead ney. He Is the ideal candidate for tion into victory and to rid the State Governor. I am for him first, last and whiskey.' Those who met him and all of the time, against the world, fles heard him, have perfect faith In him, and the devil. Yours very truly, and if a man stands for prohibition, he E. E. Glasscock, must stand for McChesney and vote Locust Hill, Ky., July 12, 1015. for him. Mr. McChesney told what would become of the liquor dealers if they were GOV. put out of businoss In Kentucky. They places of life would be put into better and industry his statement was veri- Reviewed the 2,000 Soldiers in fied by every town's experience in turning men out of the whiskey busiOwensboro Yesterday Afterness and putting them into better noon. places of work. The Democratic voters of Brecken-ridg- e county who want to stand for The State Militia encampment is bethe right cause that confronts the ing held at the fair grounds in Owensparty today, should vote for Mr. boro. A reception committee was apMcChesney. pointed to receive Gov. James B. Moorman Ditto, Morris Kincheloe upon his arrival at noon Tuesand Jesse Vhitworth came from Har- day, who reviewed the first brigade of dinsburg Saturday night to hear Mr. the Kentucky National Guard at 3 McChesney. o'clock in the afternoon. This was one of the most interesting Mrs. McChesney was here and she Is assured that she will become hostess features in connection with the encampof the governor's mansion next De- ment, as the reviewing of 2 100 soldiers cember. If her enthusiasm and optim- is something never witnessed before in ism counts for many votes, her hus- Owensboro. The national encampment Is arousing band will be the next governor. Mr. and Mrs. McChesney are de- much interest in Owensboro, and the lightful people, cultured and gifted soldiers were given a royal welcome. for the highest place In the State's official circles. Leo Frank Attacked. Strong Letter For McChesney and the Right. Mrs. V. G. It.ibbage arrived home Friday night from I'ineville after spend-in- g AND SOCIAL NOTES a month with son, Wallace Habbage, who was ill of typhoid fever. Mr. Habbage was convalescing when Many Summer Visitors in Town hit mother left him nnd expects to lie and at the Country Homes-Sc- hool luhis law office within the next two weeks. Begins. .Mrs. H.ibbage was charmed with the people of I'ineville and the benuty of SEVERAL CASES OF ILLNESS. the mountains. Her stav was delightful. umuii HIM STAR uinn NFIMS ! Mr, Babbage Recovers. iiLiflu hr COMEJJI Ready For Distribution tion PRESS -B- reckenridge County Fair AssociaShows Persistance in Their Plans. FINE FAIR WEARY In the beauty contest, Miss Zoa Bandy was voted the prettiest girl and was given a kodak by the Bachelors' Club. , Thimas Taylor Hall, the four months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. June Hall, received a ring given by Dr. Hendrlck In the baby contest. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Chlsm got the G. T. Luckett Dead. Hawes B. Eagles received a telegram Saturday afternoon from Will Luckett, Informing him of the death of Gus T. Luckett, In New York on Friday. lie was bulled Saturday afternoon at that place. lie had been ill for several months He was a son of the late Dr. E. H. Luckett and was well known in the city several years ago. He was about fifty years old. He had been liv-i- og He In New York for several years. leaves a widow, who was a Miss Holt, of Breckenridge county. Ills mother and sister, Miss Nina Luckett, recently visited him In New York. Owensboro Messenger. Mllledgevllle, Ga., July 17. Leo M, Frank, whose death sentence for the murder of Mary Phagan was recently commuted to life imprisonment, was attacked by another prisoner at the state prison farm ami seriously injured, being cut In the throat. Prison officials said the attack on Frank was made by William Green, who is also serving a life term for murder. Free Ice Water. burel of salt for the largest family. They have eleven children, and brought them all to the picnic. Daniel Baysinger received a pair of shoes for being the oldest man. He is 84 years of age. Mr. Baysinger en joyed the day and met many of his old friends. A. J. Dye received a dinner ticket for having the baldest head, of which he seemed to be very proud. The three legged race was won by Morris Steward and Wade Bauman. The prize, 81. Mrs. Eula McGavock won the wheelbarrow race. The prize, a rocking chair. Miss Vera McGavock not a set of dishes for hitting the most dolls. Owen Bassock was the shortest man present and was given a dinner ticket. James M. Rhodes was given a suit of overalls .for bringing the largest load of people. Sincere thanks are extended to the Korlc. Write today for n catalogue of the friends, neighbors and the Masonic or Several from this place attended der for their kindness during the death Hreckenridge County Fair J. E. Dillon will be glad to mail one to you and church at Amnions last week, where of the husband and father of to any man interested in the premium they heard Rev. W. V. Landrum, of Mrs. Lucy Pate and Children. list. The catalogues have come from Louisville, who Is assisting Rev. Jeff the press of The Breckenridge News Blackburn in a series of meetings. District Sunday School nnd will be finished by tomorrow. Misses Mary Franklin Beard, Annie Convention at Mt. Pisgah. This is the uinth exhibition of the Lewis Whltworthand Hobart Shellman, The District Sunday School Conven- Breckenridge Fair Association and C. of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and tion will hold Its annual meeting at V. Robertson, the president, Is working Mrs. D. S. Hichardson Friday. with as much zeal as the manager of Mrs. Hughes Frymire, who went to Mt. Pisgah church Sunday, August 8 his first fair. California on a visit to her Meter, Mrs. An all dav program will be arranged The catalogue gives a list of preand dinner will be served on the ground. Ernest Pate, was called home by tele W. D. Smith, of Westvlew, county miums that will actuate a big show of gram on account of the Illness of her president; Ira D. Behen, district presl live siock and agriculture. The prices husband. dent, are expected. Other Sundsy of admission are reasonable for the Miss Clyde Severs was thrown from a School workers are invited and a big people and their conveyances. Special horse while on a visit to Mrs.. Malcolm day planned, trains will run from Owensboro and Robertson at Frymire, but not seriously Cloverport each morning. The second injured. day, Louisville day, a special train will Mrs. Sallie Cashman and daughter run from the metropolis. Greatly rehave returned to their home here to duced rates will be given. spend the summer. flany Automobiles One of the Interesting features of the Miss Mary Robertson was among Accompanies Gov. McCreary to While no those who attended the picnic at Web Owensboro- - - -- Louisvillians fair will be the automobiles. special show will be given, the popu ster Saturday. larity of the little Ford will be In evi Make Brief Visit Here. Mrs. Geo. E. Schreiber and Miss Vir dence. There are, at least, seventeen ginia Helm Milner were invited to join the Hardinsburg camping party at the Members of the Rotary Club, of automobiles in Hardinsburg, and a Falls of Sinking. A very enjoyable day Louisville, made a brief stop here yes- number of the county curs will be seen was spent Saturday. terday morning, en route to the en- at the fair. Showing of Live Stock. They were Mrs. Hunt (nee Mamie Cashman) and campment at Owensboro. Thos. O'Donohue, Geo. N. Lyddan, on the morning passenger train, which son, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cashman were guests of Mrs. M. J. Crosson Sunday. gave Frad J. Drexler, Progressive W. R. Moorman, H. M. Beard, J. M. Mrs. Hunt formerly resided here but candidate for Governor of Kentucky, a Howard, Chas. H. Drury, W. R. Moor few minutes to speak a passing word man, Jr., are directors in charge of the now lives in Kokomo, Ind. to the crowd. "I would be Governor," shows of swine, beef cattle, mules, J. H. Canary, who was reported ill, racing and harness saddle horses, said Mr. Drexler. is convalescing. Among those aboard the train were: horses and different classes for the first, The Shellman thresher reached W. C. P. Bush, of Bush, Krebs & Co., second and third days. H. Dowell's Thursday to begin thresh Major Fowler, of K. M. 1., Newton Flowers and Poultry. J. ing but were forced to postpone on ac- Crawford, the Flowers and poultry will be given a tobacconist, Charles E. count of rain. Chambers, W. R. Hensley and Mr. great deal of attention at the fair. The After two weeks spent in New York, Sweeny, of the L., H. & St. L. cultivation of (lowers and raising South Orange, N. J., and other Eastern chickens are very popular throughout points, Miss Sara E. Richardson rethe county. The two do not go toEstate of Late R. A. Miller turned home July 1. gether in actual raising, but they are Valued at $30,000. rivals in interest. Many fine premiums Mrs. Lizzie Perry, of Fordsvllle, Is visiting her sister, Miss Laura Howard, are offered. near town. Five Dollars In fJold. Appraisers of the estate of- the late Dr. Milner was culled to attend Miss R. A. Miller, tiled their report in counThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Ada Payne, of Lodlburg, who was ty court Monday, showing that the Company has offered to the lady win threatened with blood poisoning, the re personal property as valued by them ning the greatest number of prizes in sult ot stepping on u nail. She is better amounted to .W,79l).a2. Principal Floral Hall $3 in gold. There are a among the herns of valuation were in- number of versatile women in the coun at this time. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lewis, a surance policies In the amount of $10,-00- ty who can compete for the prize. Their and government bonds worth delicious cooking, excellent needle daughter, tin June 16. To Mr. and His law library was appraised at work aud success in gardening will Mrs. Jus. Kennedy, a son. To Mr. and $I,8.T.).50 and private library at $7!)!! 'ic. make the winning easy for them. Mrs. Kuscue Keys, a son. The catalogue pictures a splendid Misses Ruby and Rheuellmn Dowell Other items of appraistnent were are visiting their sister, Mrs. Eldred stocks and bonus, other than govern- fair, Instructive, entertaining and pleasment bonds, $',375; household furni- ant for 11 big crowd of people. Powers, at Philpot. Paul McCoy, who returned recently from Howling Green, will teach nt Tar Card of Thanks. EXPECTED. ROlARHLUB - 0, $14,-17- 0. Brown's Sanitary Restraurant shows its fine generosity by giving away free ice water and furnishing individual Mr. Brown's paper drinking cups. and has a place is certainly up Beard Brothers In Hancock. fine menu every day. Two kinds of ice Beard Brothers, of Hardinsburg, cream and two kinds of sherbet this bought and loaded a carload of lambs week. te IMWWWHMIiiiMiiiiffiS i McQuady Milling Co. I H Teacher Thomas, didn't I toll you that eating during was forbidden? class-tira- I o Thomas Teachei "Ycsum," but I just can't keep from it today. Why today? Thomas "Causo" mothor has been out ofMcQuady Patent Flour for a week, aud sho just got a now sack today and tho biscuits are so good I just can't keep from eat ing as long as I huvo ono loft in my lunch busket. Teacher Thomas, you aro oxcusablo. g Writo uh for prices and remember we Pay tho Freight im f to your station on tw pounus or nioru. , .1 I Miss Ada Bassett, of Elizabethtowu, returned to her home after a visit to her uncle, S. W. Bassett ami Mrs. MRS. BURKS DEAD Bassett. News has been received by relatives At the Age of Eighty-EigYears of the critical illness of Frances Bay singer, of Louisville, who formerly re Born in Ireland Funeral sided near town. Herbert Kroush left last week to open Monday, his school at Raymond. Mrs. Nellie Burks died at the home Mr. and Airs. Len A. Cart visited Mr. of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Jones, and Mrs. Floyd Cart und Mrs. Annie near this place, Sunday morning. She Shefmyer and family, of Louisville. was eighty-eigyears old and was 111 The farmers report their wheat and only two weeks. oats crop In a bad condition resulting The death of Mrs. Burks is the from the continued rains. passing of one of the oldest natives Mrs. Geo. E. Schreiber and daugh from Ireland In this country. She came ters, Catherine and Mary Rlchurdsun from the Emerald Isle with her hus are spending the summer band, Cornelius Burks, bringing with Schreiber, with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson. them their first child. That was In Mrs. Clyde Severs will begin her 1866 when they settled in Canada, the school ut "Look Out" soon. birth placo of their otherchlldren. Misses Lillian nnd Muyme Curt have Mrs. Burks leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jones, and five sons as follows: begun their schools ut Frymire and Mike and Chas. Burks, of Owensboro, Pleasant Valley. Tom Uurks, of Texas, Dan Burks, of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman West, of Kirk, Whitesvllle, and John Burks, of were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs, Cloverport. R. A. Wtttliugton. The funeral was held Monday morn Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son, Clifford, Ing and the interment took place in of Stephensport, will start soon for her the Catholic cemetery. The services former home In Hlllsboro, Texas, for a were conducted by Rev. J. S. Henry. visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Clif Miss Nellie Burks, of this city, was ford Moorman. Sue will be accom the namesake of her grandmother. panied by her husband who will Mrs. Burks reared a family of splenon a prospecting tour through did children , who were proud of their Washington and other Western States. mother and devoted to her. Mr. Burks We regret they contemplate leaving died ten years ago. They lived useful our State. lives, which were best examples for ht ht cou-tinue ture, $108.50; cash In bank, $1)27.97; oillce furniture, $189. The appraisers were Lee Blrk, Ben Ower.i-bor- o D. Hlngo and W. E. Whitely. Messenger. It will be noted that tho above Is only the personal property of Mr. Miller and besides this he owned valuable real estate, including a very line farm, The Clarion. Date For County Sunday School Convention Set, W. D. Smith, county president of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, has announced the county convention for Saturday and Sunday, August l3 and 14. The meeting will be held In the Methodist church at Hardinsburg. IRVINGTON Mops and PHARMACY See Us For Your Summer Wants Tooth Brushes, Powders and Ptistos, Talcums und Perfumes, Hath Powder, Sea Salt, Tan and Frccklo Lotion Remember we save you The Drug Store That Saves You Money! 0-Ce- Polishes Cleans unci Polishes in ono operation $1.25 Regular Price Our Price $1.00 Dust-in Try tho Now Way of jr. 20 per Cent. The Kodak that goes with you on your vacation will come back with a complete story of the summer's fun a story that will have a freshening interest with each succeding year. Let Us do Your Kodak! Kodak! and their children. Card of Thanks. Wc extend our sincere ri McQUADY MILLING COMPANY, McQUADY, KY. thanks to and friends, especially Dr. The iOiO tax books are now out and Forrcit Llchtfoot. during the illntss will have them la my oillce Saturday,' and at the death of our mother. W. C. PATE, Deputy Sheriff. Mr, and Mrs. Tcny Nicholas. Notice to Tax Payers. ne Printing Developing. EIGHTH ANNUAL Of the Woman's Missionary Union Auxiliary Will be Held Shepherdevllle, Aup. 17- -4 day. Hardlniburif, Aug. 18 3 days. Stanford, Aug. 183 dayi. Hwlnifi Aug. I9 3 days. Nicholasvllle, Aug. 813 days. IJIizabcthtown, Aug. Si 3 days. Florence, Aug. 2i :i days. Alexandria, Aug. Ill 5 days. London, Aue. 21 4 days Shelbyville, Aug. M 1 days. Gcrmantown, Aug. 'J5 4 days. days. Harbourville, Sept. Hodgcnvllle, Sept. 7 .'J days. Henderson, Sept. 7 " days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, LABOR LEADER IS TESTIFIERS Charles Peetz Tells How Tanlac Brought Him Ready Relief. Louisville, Ky , July 20 Here is what Charles Peetz, prominent labor lender, lOr West Market street, this city, has to say about Tanlac, the premier prepimtioii, and the benefits he derived from the use of the medicine: condition "I lint c been in a half-sicI was all rundown, nervfor mouths ous, and had no appctttc. My stomach was out of order and my digestion was I often had headaches and was Imd. depressed in spirits "I find that Tanlac just exactly suits Alter using the medicine my case. about a week or ten days, my appetite I now and digestion are much better. sleep better anil feel stronger in every way " Tanlac, the premier preparation, that boon to Mr, Peetz and proved such hundreds of others in Louisville and Kentucky, is now being taken with the most beneficial results by many of our It is citizens right here in Cloverport an excellent spring tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder. Tanlac can be obtained in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irving-to- n ' by Irvington Pharmacy. k 11 KEEP COOL PRICES! The biggest undertaking now is to "Keep Cool" We have prices now that drives the sweat from your brow. Men's Panama Suits, linen color, regular $7.50 values for Men's Fancy Striped Palm Beach Suits, $10 values for !. at Amnions August 22. EXCELLENT PROGRAM GIVEN. 13 i:i- - 6 days. .The Record Press, of Hardlmburg, Sept. Horse Cave, Sept. W I days. published hut wtek the program for Glasgow. Sept. "J- o-l days. the I'.hjhth Annual wettlM of the Cave City, Oct. 4 0 days. Breckenrfdjfe AsM. V Auxiliary Hi the days. Murray, Oct. sociation. The mectiiiK will be held t WwlnesdMy after the fourth Alimioin, Colic in Horses Sunday in August, Tile program ii m $6.00 $8.00 04 Straw Hats, The Biggest Values Ever Offered at $1.25 and $1.50 One Lot of White Canvas Shoes at Half Price follovin: PROGRAM. Devotional. Welcome AtMrm Mk. Still Robbim. Response Mr. Jlotlt Xoafu. Address liy Surinteiid!iit. Song "Tlic Son of Cod Com Forth to War." Business. NOON. Devotional. Hardinsburg Judson I'und Explained Society Hound Table Discussion ElUtment A. W. M, S. in every congregation in Ilrcckinridgc Association, every woman in cacli congregation a working, paying member Glen Dean Society. Song "The Woman's Hymn." Work and Aim of Hoard, Home, Foreighn, State and Sunday School Irvington Society. Training School and City Missions-Cen- tral Committee. Our part in Association of Kentucky Ilaptist. Pica for representatives from each Society in this Association Clover-poSociety. Temperance Discussion McQuady Society. The New Ilaptist Orphans' Home at Glcndale, Ky. Ilewleywlle Society. rt Karris Horse Colic Remedy is simply dropped on the the tongue through a It ha a proven medicine dropper. record of 59 cures in 60 cases The women folks can give it. Get a 50c Iwltle and lie ?afe. l or sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Homes Wanted For Children. The Kentucky Children's Home Society has at present in its Receiving $4.00 Men's Pilgrim, kid blucher oxford, with broad comfortable toe Home 20S children. This is an unpreL... and has no equal at cedented number for this .season of the year, but owing to the conditions created $3.50 Men's Pluck patent Cap blucher oxford, Princeton last, a very war, the Society is by the world-widsnappy, desirable style combined with extra quality at overcrowded with children. We find it necessary to appeal once more to the citizens of Kentucky and ask them to take these children into their home. We have 17 babies under the age of two, 108 boys and girls under the interesting talk on missions at the $5.50 embroidered Voile dresses, trimmed nice and neat and is nice enough for age of seven, 75 of which are between Ilaptist church Thursday afternoon. anybody to wear anywhere, sizes 36 inch bust, the age of two and five. The rest are Mr. Geo. Driskell, who has been ill for only older boys and girls, between the age of for several months, is Improving. 7 and 14. Mr. and Mrs. Huber McMillen and in lace $4.00 blue striped Lawn dresses, made in the latest style, all-ov- er The conditions in the work are serious. not place these children baby visited relatives here. size 36 inch bust, If we do waist with the latest vest effect collar, Miss Margaret Scott, after a month's promptly, we will be compelled ,to ask ...... for only o the Judges not to send us any more visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mary T. Payne, left Saturday for Wolfe county to at children until we can place a large number in homes. We do not want to tend the institute. We are showing the largest and most complete line of ladies' and children's do this, as we want the Institution open A crowd of young people made a trip Adjourned. ready-ma- de Gingham dresses and aprons. Save money, time and labor this hot at all times to the call of the destitute, in a gasoline boat to the Falls WedMrs. G. A. Wright, homeless child. nesday to spend the day. They report these ready-mad-e garments all the way from 50c to by weather Mrs. Iiob McGlothlan, Will you not think of the need of each a good dinner and a jolly time. Mrs. J. I). Shaw, desireable or A beautiful line of Ladies' Skirts in blue, black and many child for a mother and father and if Committee. Mrs. Harry Hamman, of Cloverport, possible, send us a letter telling us that spent Friday .vlth her sister, Mrs P. $3.50 to colors, priced at you will take one of these little ones D. Hawkins. 240 Pound Pigs into our home? Mrs. Alice Crawford and Mrs. O. W. Yours very respectfully, With corn above 00 cts. hogs eat their Dowell and son, Clifford, spent Sunday G150. I. SKHON, The hog that heads off very quickly. in Irvington the guests of Dr. MoorState Superintendent. One blue and one brown Accordion Pleated skirts, the very latest thing out; o takes two or three months to get on full man and Mrs. Mcoruian. feed never brings you a profit. first $2.98 gets one. sixes 25 and 27 inch waist, regular $4.50 values, When you are ready to put your shoats Traveling Man's Experience When baby suffers with croup, apply on feed, begin with the II. A Thom.u and give Dr. Thomas' Kclcctic Oil at very "In the summer of 188S I had Use regularly Hog Medicine. and once. Safe for children. A little goes a Two watch your shoats round out into fat severe attack of cholera morbus. long way. 25c and 50c At all drug worked over me from four hogs in nine mouths hogs going well physicians stores. $1.25 Crepe Gowns blue and pink $1.00 Crepe Gowns. $1.00 Muslin Gowns. over .'oo pounds and as high as 240 a 111. to 6 p. 111 without giving me any o relief and then told me they did not ex- List of Candidates For Figure the average feeding pounds. 25c and 50c Corset Covers. over casted $1.50 Muslin Gowns. and you will see why the I! A. Thomas! pect me to live; that I h id best telegraph August Primary. $2.25 and $2.75 Combination Suits. Try for my family. Instead of doing so, I medicine is a good investment. gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told feeding out your hogs oil this plan and The following is a complete list of if you are not more than pleased, we will him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's refund the cost of the medicine. Tor Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, candidates for all offices as certified to I took a double me by the Secretary of State, and filed JI sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Clover-por- t, and take no substitute dose according to the directions anil with me as Clerk of the Iircckiuridge o Ky. went to sleep after the second dose At County Court, to be voted for ill the five o'clock the next morning I was coming Primary Election of August -- th, Kentucky Fair Dates called by my order and took a train for I5I5; said candidates are as follows, vu: Tlic following are the dates fixed for my next stopping point, a well man but DEMOCRATS holding the Kentucky Fairs for IOI5, feeling rather shaky from the severity of For the Office of Governor. the attack," writes H. W. Ireland, as far as reported: A O Stanley, Henderson, Ky. George Osborne, Russell, Ky Louisville, Ky. Obtainable everywhere. D.inviilo, July ill- -:', days. 11 M l'osworlh, Lexington, Ky 7. T. I'roctor, Leitchfield, Ky. Ml. Stirling, July Ul I days. II. V McChesney, Frankfort, Ky For the Office of Secretary of State. Harrodsburg, July 27 days. Edward J. McDcrmott, Louisville, Ky. STEPHENSPORT. Somerset, Auf. 31, and Sup. 1, a James 1". Lewis, Whitesburg, Ky. For tlic Office of Lieutenant Governor. and .'I. KY. T. I. Cole, Camptoii, Ky. Loving W. Gaines, Trenton, Ky. lllue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. 2 J. V. Cox, Vanceburg, Ky.' O. K. Ferguson, after an ex Mrs. Ii days. James I) Illaek, Harbourville, Ky. tended visit to relatives in Louisville, For the Office of Auditor of Public W. A llyron, llrooksville, Ky Taylursvillo. Aug. 3 I days. returned home Saturday. Accounts. Law rencehurg, Aug. days. James 1. Edwards, Prospect, Ky. Mrs. W. 11 Gardner was in Louis Roy Wilhoit, Louisville, Ky. Ilurkesville, Aug. ID 4 days. For the Office of Secretary of State. ville Wednesday shopping. Jas. II. Ashlock, Glendale, Ky. Vanceburg, Aug. II I days, Chas W. Millikcn, Louisville, Ky. J. M. Perkins, Frankfort, Ky. Mr. and Mrs Sim Urown visited relBroadhead, Aug. 11 .'I days. D 15 McQueary, Pine Knot, Ky. Edward A. Weber, Ift Thomas, Ky. atives in Webster Sunday. Aug. 11 3 days. l'erryvillo, W P. Walton, Lexington, Ky. For the Office of Treasurer. Several from here attended the Fern Creek, Aug. J I 4 days. Chas D. Arnett, West Liberty, Ky. meeting at Amnions William A. Hunter, Louisville, Ky. Sanders, Fair, Aug. 11 llarksdale Ilamlett, Hopkiusville, Ky. Robert L. Moore, Marion, Ky. 4 days. Ilro. Hruce. of Louisville, gave an G. II Likens, Hartford, Ky. James A. Wallace, Irvine, Ky. Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers For the Office of Auditor of Public For the Office of Clerk of the Court Accounts. of Appeals. II, II Colyer, Richmond, Ky. Ky. 11. McGuire, Beattyville, Robt. L Green, Frankfort, Ky. St. Vincent Un-Karl C. Huntsman, Scottsville, Ky. Thos. S. Rhea, Russellville, Ky. ion County, Ky. J. L. McCoy, Owingsville, Ky. For the Office of Treasurer. A Boarding School for Young Ladles and Children For the Office of Superintendent of Sherman Goodpaster, Owingsville.Ky. Public Instruction. Conducted by the Sitters of Charity of Nazerelh, Ky. is the clugust Frank P. linger, Paiutsville, Ky. R. I". Green, Bowling Green, Ky. Modern Equipment, Music, Drawing and Painting, Shorthand and TypeClnude 11. Terrell, lledford, Ky. writing are taught according to the best improved methods. The maternal Office ot Commissioner of For the Office of Clerk of the Court For the discipline unites a careful training of character and manners with intelliAgriculture, Labor and gent and physical development. For catalogue, terms, Etc., address of Appeals. patent with dull mat top, an extra $3.50 "Society ladies values for only, while they last a great bargain $3.00 "Mayflower" ladies' gun metal, for only fpMmi -- rpQ A f .?A.Af flQ & ! .J)0A Q iyQ e Iv EXTRA SPECIAL tyOmlO ZtQ front ft MO getting $1.50 other .. .$6.00 Skirt Special Muslin Sale the either 11 F HardiesMrg, Kentucky Oard & Co LOUISVILLE, 1 Victoria Hotel Opposite Union Station 74 Rate $1.00 Bath $1.50 European y The Vanity Number ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY N Woman s Home Companion Special (Articles: i Rodman W. Keenon, Ilarrodsburg, Statistics. Health and Good Looks The New Crochet Work Ellis 15. Lawrence, Ashland, Ky. Alvin Steger, Owenton, Ky. For the Office of Superintendent Public Instruction. R S Knbank, Lexington, Ky. V. O. Gilbert, Howling Green, Ky. John V Kawlitigs, Danville, Ky. For the Office of Commissioner Colored Embroidery for the Porch Clothes for the Hot Summer Days A Ten Agriculture, Labor and Dollar Vacation Statistics. Matt S. Cohen, Lexington, Ky. II. M. I'roman, Ghent, Ky. R. D. Thornbury, Lebanon, Ky. REPUBLICANS. James W. Rankin, llethlehem, Ky, William C, Hanna, Cropper, Ky. Sam J. Patrick, Salyersville, Ky. Jeff Prater, Salyersville, Ky. of For the Office of Representative. Logan Hickerson, Hardinsburg, Ky. G. A. Wright, McQuadv, Ky Henry A. Cannon, Madried, Ky. For the Office of Circuit Court Clerk. of Paul M, Ilasham, Stephensport, Ky. S 11. Payne, Irvington, Ky. Guthrie E. Tucker, Mook, Ky. SISTER SUPERIOR Wanted! 200 Stock Hogs Lost or Strayed From our farms near Hardinsburg 17 ewes. Any information about them or their return will be State of Kentucky, and other Charming Articles Price per Copy 15c For the Office of Governor. Latt F, McLaughlin, Madlsonville, Ky. Kdwlu P. Morrow, Somerset, Ky, For the Office of Llcuteaaat Governor. Lewis L, Walker, Lancaster, Ky. st County of Breckinridge. I, C. V. Robertson, Clerk of the Breckinridge County Court, do certify that the foregoing is a true, correct and complete list of candidates as certified to, and filed with me, to be voted for iu the coming August Primary iu Breckinridge County, Kentucky. Witness my hand, this ioth day of July, 1915. C. V. ROBERTSON, Cleric Breckinridge County Court. 1 Hardinsburg, Kentucky GARFIELD NEWS PERSONAL Dowcll's Reunion Peach and Two RECORD OFJHE PAST ITEMS Deaths No Stronger Evidence Can be Han in Cloverport. Don't Forget the Blackberry Queries and Replies Covering Matters of Importance to the Man Who Runs a Car Tj Crop a Failure. PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS. Mis Hattle Gregory, of near Is vislMni; her uncle, Mr. live-lelgh'- s, What Increaso In power can I expect by using ether in gaiolins and In what! proportion ia it used to gain the bett of results? TUo uso of other Iti fuel will bIvo a Blight Increase in power, duo to tbo moro rapid propagation of this flame. One-hnl-f pint of ether for ench ten gallons of gasoline In used for this purpose, hut It Is not recommended, ns It Is not ceononileal. getting cnsler f stnrtlng n mixture of commerf cial ether nnd gasoline Is carried In an oil can. This enn bo squirted Into each priming ctip for tho Initial explosions. Tho can must hnvo a cover on the spout onc-hnlotic-hal- How will Incorrect wiring affect my motor? The effect of Incorrect wiring on tho motor depends on how tho wires nro misplaced. For Instance, If tho high tension cables vere changed around so that no one of them went to tho right plug it would bo Impossible to run tho motor, although nn occasional explo-Hlo- n might he obtained. If two or three of the high tension wires vero Interchanged, but one or more wcro left on tho correct plugs, then the motor would run on the cylinders In which tho latter were. Wbero a dual system is employed the wires of tho battery system may sometimes bo misplaced without Interfering with tho operation of tho magneto and vice versa. As a rule, however, the changing of tho wires will result In the whole ignition system becoming Inoperative. i gasolino cnglno, Is any moro power obtained from tho explosion by having the spark plug directly in front of he plcton rathor than at ono side In a boso or recess? There nre two theories relative to the location of the spark plug In a recess within the cylinder. One Is that by having the spark plug In such n recess a spurt of llame enters the combustion space fro'm tho recess and ns n result quickly Ignites the charge. Another theory h that by having the spark plug directly In tho center of the combus-tloor, that Is, to that the spark plug points project outward Into the combustion space Itself, the gas Is quickly exploded because It gives the llamo a chance to propagate Itself In nil directions. Practice favors a plug which merely has Its iolnts projecting into tho combustion space. In a V. Why do I havo difficulty in starting on my magneto in damp weather? The dllllculty you have In starting in wet weather Is probably duo to moisture short circuiting some of the wires. Inspect the wires carefully for any points that might be affected by moisture and see that all tho Insulation is In good condition. How will I the cylinders of my engine with e burn tho carbon out of oxygen-acetylen- e flames? Has a long stroke motor any advan- tages over a short stroko motor? Yes. Tho gas after Ignition has greater chance to give up Its energy to the piston. A greater volume of gas may bo gotten Into tho cylinder without increasing the bore. This means moro power for the same piston speed. How can I take up the end play In a crank shaft without putting in new j bearings? It is best to replace tho bearings when end piny develops, but If this Is not desirable tho play can bo removed by moving the thrust bearing to one sldo enough to compensate for tho wear. The thrust Is taken by tho center main bearing, which Is easily distinguished by having large tlangcs on each side, ltemove tho bolts holding tho bearing to the crank case and fllo out the bolt holes enough to permit tho bearing to be shifted. Then replace the bearlug and tighten the bolts carefully. How will running with retarded spark make the water boil in the radiator? Operating a motor with retarded spark will cause overheatliig by retarding and prolonging the combustion of tho charge throughout tho power of expansion stroke. Thus the cylinder walls are exposed to tho action of the burning gases during the whole of the stroke instead of only during the time tho piston Is In the region of upper dead center, as Is the case when tho spark Is properly set. If the spurk is advanced to the point of most clllclcut operation the spark will occur souio time before dead center and maximum pressure will bo reached and the combustion nearly completed just after dead center has been passed. During this time, since the piston is near the top of? tho stroke, the amouut of surface expoMHl to the exhaust gases hi u minimum, and. furthermore, at this point in the stroke tho compression Is at its height, and combustion takes place with greatest rapidity. Contrast these conditions with what happens when tho spurk Is greatly retarded. Let us assume that Ignition occurs when tho piston has half completed Its stroke. At this point tho compression is lower, and combustion Is thereforo slower and will probably not bo completed until after tho exhaust valve opens. Tho hot gases arc In contact with nearly tho whole of the cylinder wall surface for practically one-harevolution. Out this is not all. When the spark Is retarded, as In tho instance just mentioned, tho motor does not develop full power, thereforo for a given load on tho motor tho throttle must be opened wider and moro gasoline and air must bo supplied. The extra heat generated by the combustion of tho increased nmouut of fuel thus adds its share to the already overheated motor. lf An llame Is never used for burning carbon out of cylinders. Acetylene Is of no use for this purpose, but by employing oxygen aloue a very satisfactory Job can be done. Tho oxygen Is used because It supports combustion live times as readily as air does, and therefore, once the carbon Is Ignited, It will burn rapidly, although It will not burn at all In air. In cleaning carbon from tho cylinders In this manner the llrst thing to do Is to remove the valve caps; then tho cylinder is tilled with oxygen. A small piece of burning waste Is then dropped Into the cylinder, and combustion Immediately begins In a very vigorous manner. In fact, sometimes the carbon Is consumed so rapidly that sparks will tly out of the valve openings, and for this reason It may be advisable to cover the front part of the car with damp cloths to catch these sparks. From this It must not bo thought that there Is any danger of setting the car afire, because the continued use of oxygen has demonstrated that thcro is no possibility of this occurring. If damp cloths are not used the most that will happen is a slight marring of the vard nish by the sparks. The oxygen is from n tank In which it Is stored under very high pressure, and, as the pressure at tho delivery nozzle of the outfit must be small, a reducing valve must be used to bring the pressuro down to n reasonable amount. Therefore between the tank and the tube that carries the gas to tho cylinders there Is n reducing valve that automatically lowers tho pressure. A gauge is generally fitted to the. tank to indicate how much gas there Is In It, because ns the quantity becomes smaller tho pressuro drops. oxygen-acetylensup-pile- T. Gregory. Oerry Norton, who has been sick lor several months,, died at his home in the Freedom neighborhood July 14, nnd was' buried In the Norton cemetery the following day. He leaves a father, mother, one sister, wife and child, who will sadly miss him. He was a consecrated Christian gentleman: devoted to his church, his home nnd family, nnd will be missed In his community. Mr. and Mr;. James Allcood came down from lllg Spring Saturday to visit relatives here for a few days. Marvin Carman ar.d wife will eo to housekeeping In the Uruner property, on church street, this week. Horn to the wife of George Drane, May 10, a i(JJ$ pounds baby Aliens Drane. Mr. Klchnrd Duncan, 'ayetirsof age, died In Louisville a few days ago and was hi ought to his old home in Stcphensburg for burial. Mr. Duncan married Miss Amnnda Mercer, of Con stnutine, and was well known In t.iis county. Mrs. Wllln, Compton and son, Elbert Compton, are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Davis Dandy, In Louisville. Mrs. Louise Uorsley was the guest of her brother, Sill Thornhill part of last week. Dr. , R. W. Meadow, of Custer, Is having his house here repaired nnd newly papered. Mrs. Lcthia Dowcll, who was visiting her nephew, Mr. Will Dowel, fell and hurt herself last Thursday and was not able to be taken home for several days. Mrs. Dowcll Is getting quite feeble and her friends feci very uneasy girl--Ma- ry Look well to their record. What they have done many times In years gone by is the best guarantee of future results Anyone with a bad Ixick; any reader suffering from urinary troub es, from kidney ills, should find comforting words in the following statement. Mrs. A, L. Alms, 6O7 Locut street, Owcnsboro, Ky. , says: I have used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results and consider them a superior kidney medicine. Doan's" Kidney l'ills promptly relieved backache, difficulty with the kidney secretion and paint In the back and top part of mj head " (Statement given May 9, 1907.) Over four years later Mrs. Alius said: "I have not used Doan's Kidney l'ills of late, ns the cure they made has been PICNIC! JULY 24, 1915 1 Plenty of Good Drinking Water on the Grounds Ask Your Ticket Agent About Special Railroad Rates permanent." Price 50c, nt nil dealers Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Alms had. Poster Milmirn Co , Props., lluffalo, X. Y. ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS McQuady, Ky. The Scenic Line Between Louisville and Henderson. picture that hundreds of patrons of tho Henderson Koute havo wanted Is out on their latest folder. The wonderful beauty of tho scene was discovered from the observation parlor cars, when so much work was done on the road near Kock Haven. This particular piece of track curving safely beside the hill and along the Ohio river, will make the L , H. & St L. H. K. famous for beautiful scenery. The folder gives exact and necessary facts of the superior service, includ-lu- g a map of the popular line. The contents will attract thousands of distant travelers. The booklet is one of pride to those who live on "The scenic line between Louisville, aud Henderson." A is TO SUBSCRIBERS c this blank in enew inr your subscription. Kindly Please examine the lnbel on your paper. If your subscription is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. ii.-1 RENEWAL ORDER TIIK HKKCKKNHIDGK NEWS, CLovr.in'oirr, Enclo.-e- d Ky. find $ , which apply to my sub- scription account. Nami: Chills, Fever and Malaria Addkkss have a leather faced cone clutch and wish to put on a new one. I want to know the best kind of leather I can yet for tho purpose; also how to put it on. Would asbestos be better than I leather? Either leather or an asbestos fabric may bo used with satisfaction. If you use leather you should obtain friction leather, which Is made for this purpose. Cured by taking Jleiideuhall's Chill Tonic, the greatest substitute for quiabout her condition. nine. Tastes good and children love to Mr. Houston LeGrand had a very take it. Sold and guaranteed by Wedfine Jersey bull killed by lightning last ding's Drug Store. week. Mr. and Mrs. Uorsley visited relatives in Uig Suring part of last week LIVING COST LAID TO WOMEN. Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Pool were week Durand, Director, Says end guests of relatives at Heusley. Homes Lack Efficiency. St. Paul. Dr. E. Dana Durand, forThe blackberry crop is almost a failure In this neighborhood this year, merly director of the United States census bureau and now lu the departand the peaches will be scarce. ment of economics of tho University of Mncy is visiting relatives Minnesota, placed the chief blame for Uerschell here. the high cost of living on tho consumMiss Ollie Marr, Messrs. Alva and ers. And those, lie said, were primaMilton Basham were the guests of Miss rily the women. "If tho home continues to be reacJane Robbins Saturday and Sunday. tionary and spurns efficiency no amount Judge and Mrs. D. D. Dowcll, of of law or theory will alter conditions," Hardinsburg, were here Saturday. ho said. "Even If tho women began The family reunion at Mr. Will changing their ways now solution of problem will tako about fifty years, Dowell's Sunday was quite an enjoy- tho n complete revolution In tho moral for parents and chil- character of the public Is necessary to able event for both dren. effectually reduce the cost of living." Mrs. Ella Mattingly and daughter, Pearl Bell, were dinner guests at Mrs. Benefited by Chamberlain's Vire'd Smith's Sunday. Liniment Allss Sarah Grey, ot Louisville, will spend several days with Mrs. Grey "Last winter I used Chamberlain's and Mrs. Harrison. Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness Mr. and Mrs. Car! l'hilpott have and soreness of the knee", and can conmoved In with Boss Lyon and family. scientiously say that I never used anyPublic school will begin here llrst thing that did 1110 so much good." Obtainable Monday In August, with Miss Cashman Edward Craft, Elba, K V. and Miss Kskridge for teachers. We everywhere. feci sure our school will bo a success. ITALIAN KING COUNTS SHELLS HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE) Better Than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and 1'evers, Malarial 1'evers and llilious 1'evers, Just what you need at this season. Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Try It. Don't Tike Any Substitute. At Druggists, Robinson-Pett- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY PREPARED BY et Incorporated 50c and $1.00 Bottles Company REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Big Tvpe hoar. Will weiVh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 'and $25, W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. J R. nfflnn Unnrc UIIIWW W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... equipped with electric lights and would like to know if dry would work the head and tail batteries lights. If so, how many and about how many hours would they last? Dry batteries aro not suited for lighting the head nnd tall lights. This method would bo entirely too expenWill you explain fully the method of sive, ns tho number of batteries you fitting and lapping In new piston rings? would require would bo great and their Vlnco tho cylinders on the bench and llfo short. Take your storage battery apply soma ground glass and oil to tbo to a battery repair man that you arc Interior. Tho ground glass should bo certain is an expert if posslblo tnko It vpry line. Then plnco the piston in to a service station maintained by t'io tho cylinder and work it In nnd out unmaker of your battery and have it ex- til tho rings nro well polished and fit amined; It may be that all it needs Is tightly. Lapping Is nil operation which an overhauling to make It as good as requires nn experienced man. Furthernow. Out oven If you must buy a new more, it is advisable to uso an old wherever possible, as there is battery it Is better to do this than try Janger of wearing' tho now cylinder. to use dry cells. My car Is In ordering tho facing, tho diameters of tho two edges of tho cone and tho width of tho cono should he given. If an asbestos fabric U used, care should ho taken to obtain n piece that is made for tho size of cono you have. Unlike leather, strips of this material to fit cannot bo cut from a largo piece of fabric. The thickness of tho facing Is important because too thick a facing will prevent the cone from properly entering tho flywheel. Inch is nn average value. If you desire to buy a piece of leather and cut your own facing you should remove tho old clutch leather and use It for n pattern. Oeforo applying the leather It Is well to soak It In a neats-foo- t oil to soften It. Care should bo taken to cut tho leather to the correct length. The best way Is to first rivet one end nnd then wrap the leather around the cone In such a manner that It Klips down over the smaller end of thu cone. Then pull It tight and rivet tho other end. Xow push tbo leather up In fdnce all around and it should he tljjlit nnd uiiwrlnkled. The same advice applies to putting on nn asbestos fabric hut there H les's dinger of tho facing wrinkling. One-quart- cyl-rnd- cr Victor Emmanuel Unawed as Sixteen Twelve-incShells Burst Near Him. "About two years ago I hud a severe A soldier In letter to his parents In attack of diarrhoea which lasted for over Rome relates this Incident of tho Itala week," writes W. C. Jones, Itufonl, ian king's coolness under lire. Along N, D. "I became so weak that I could with tho general stnlT. the king had not stand upright. A druggist recom- visited an outpost to see how operaThe news of mended Chambcilaiii's Colic, Cholera tions were progressing. presence was communicated to tho Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose re- his Austrian by spy. They Immediately lieved me and within two days I was as fired sixteen twelve-Incshells at the well as ever." Obtainable everywhere. spot, some exploding within -0 yards of tho king and his ullk-ers-. Ills majesty counted the projectiles 710 NEW MAIL ROUTES. as they fell, and then sat down on tho grass and penciled out an account "to to show how much If. had cost tho Austrl-anRural Froe Delivery Extension Benefit 87,850 Families. to try to take the life of one man." Washington. Establishment of "10 now rural mall delivery routes to servo S'2",'M fumllles and tho extension of Beauty More Than Skin Deep existing service so ns to reach 15.41K) A beautiful woman always has good Additional families were announced tho other day by I'ostiuaster General digestion, If your digestion is faulty. llurleson. Nearly all of the new routes Chamberlain's Tablets will do jou good. Obtainable ever) where. went Into operation Juno 15. Enlargement and extension of tho rural eervleu wcro mudo possible, n Power of Lyddite. po.it oilleo department statement exvery stablo compound. Lyddite Is plains, by a readjustment lu April aud It can bo hammered or burned In tho May resulting In a reduction of operat- open, without danger, and It requires a ing expenses amounting to $311,2G'.!. fulminate or moro powerful explosive Orders aro now awaiting the postmas- to set It on. Lead piernte Is tho usual general's signature providing for agent employed. Hut hero Is an odd ter new rural automobile service In many point about )yddtto- -lt must not bo left localities, ns authorized by the Inst lu contact with Iron or steel. If this Is appropriation hill. I'eoplo on theso done tho picric neld combines with Iron routes, when living within n rodlus of rust to form 11 very dangerous twenty-llvmiles, will enjoy local Consequently all shells used to rates. Tho llrst of tho routes will go contain lyddlto nro first carefully tinInto operation on Aug. t. ned on tho Inside. Lyddlto Is six times moro powerful lu Its action thun nitroI'or regular action of the bowels; easy, glycerin, aud nitroglycerin in its turn is natural movements, relief of constipa- eight times moro powerful thun tho 35c at all same weight of tho old fusbloued black tion, try Doan's Kegulets. gunpowder. London Answers. t stores. h 11 11 h 11 com-pouno Diarrhoea Quickly Cured DENTIST HUUItfl i j. p . 111. m.ttn.12 i. U.5 p. III. AiMiiys In oilier during Inln&ton, Ky. m "TOO MANY COOKS SPOIL THE BROTH." A Complete Line of Dry Goods You're Sure To Be Satisfied What's tho use, miiduin, wanting time nnd money allowing too many dealer to servo you? Huy dress goods, ribbons, lanes, linens, calicoes, gingham:, etc., horo at lowest price. A big general storu for your convenience. Make One Job of Your Buying Our grocery department is complete with a lino of fre.sh, desirablo goods at tho very lowest prices. Call and See us. Peyton & Rhodes Hardinsburg, Ky. THE BRECKENR1DGE jsucd Evory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY NEWS, vorsnro small, but Jhosc who arc busy in an ollico or store aro tired JNO. D. ttAUBAGt. Editor and Publisher WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1915 nnd anxious to get home, naturally thoy forget to do what you ask them. Instead, havo a glass of lemonade or a picco of enko to olTor them, occasionally as they pass by. And thoso at home, who havo charge of tho meals nnd tho house, should bo considered as ivclU Consideration will keep down the heat that is exasperating. Not much society in Clovcrport in tho way of parties and tho usual summer outings on tho river, but many havo enjoyed just spending the day with their friends. Receptions, parties, picnics nnd dinner various entertainments havo nearly taken tho place of BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each ndditiona parties. However, tho old custom of spending tho day has been re vivo? by constant rains, and friends and families have enjoyed pleas insertion. of ant days with plain, good dinners at home. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rato 10 cents per line. The largest blackberry pitch in the South is near Laginngo, OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money Ky., it being forty acres. The owners began several years ngo with in advance. four acres. One hundred pickers aro required daily in tho busy sea Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso son. Tho unemployed must be picking blackberries and finding notify us. cucumbers ns we have heard little about them this summer. EIGHT PAGES. all-da- y iamb J&rrnsL AVvOwMfo Jwvfo JliL 0Yfo, First Adopted In 1794, It Fell and Rose Again In 1830. The French havo always favored tho colors of red, white and blue, and n throughout their history red banners, white plumes and blue scarfs havo been largely used In connection with royalty and tho army. Tho French national flag, tho tricolor, however, which combines the three popular colors of Franco, Is comparatively modern. Tho flag was first adopted about 1791. A decree was issued which gave to ail Hags a knot of tricolor ribbons at tho top of tho stnff, and later the red, white and blue design was chosen for tho national ling. Some years after It was abolished for tho white flag of Franco made fnmous Tho program of the eighth annual meeting of tho Woman's by Henry IV., nnd It wns not until 1S10 Union Auxiliary of the Breckenridgo Baptist Association has that tho tricolor cntne Into Its own been announced Wo havo always taken an interest in this union of ngnlu. Since then the ting has been tho national banner of France. missionary women since attunding one of their meetings at Walnut The divisions on the tricolor are not Grove. To watch their interest, efforts and progress and tho enlist all tho same size. The red occupies the blue Is slightly incut of the young women of tho county is an assurance of tho sin- tho largest space, red, and tho white is smaller than tlio cerely of their work. Tho women of Breckenridgo county arc look- the narrowest stripe of the three. Tho by the colors hns been ing with eager eyes to tho needs of tho world and by their work at space homo aro ablo to meet them. Many havo caught the vision of the scientifically worked out In order to mnko tho ting visible nt long distances, little woman who lived and worked unselfishly in this county. When a necessary asset for naval purposes. dcuth called her, our correspondent wrote: "Three missionary socities The tricolor forms the base of nearly ling connected with tho army, followed her body to tho cemetery her own, tho Freedom Society overy and merchant service of France. navy of tho Cumborland Presbyterian church and tho Baptist Society of The president's flng consists of tho tricolor, with his Inltlnls In gold worked Garfield." Into the white stripe. London StandMis-sionar- y Mayor Ilickmun in his address of welcome for Owcnsboro to the Kentucky nurses. The annual meeting of the Kentucky Association of Graduate Nurses convened in our neighbor city Thursday and Friday. The addresses were splendid and brought a deeper appreciation of the work of the trained nurse. Several American girls, belonging to families of stability and succe , tried nursing in tho war zone and failed. Their heart.-- weio not in tho work and the facina-tioof ministering to soldieis qtiicklv vanished. Not only is professional training of the graduate nurse of so much worth in time of illness, but her qualities of patience, sympathy and consideration arc the gifts of real value. The trained nurso is encircled into serious hours of the home and the culture of her profe-sio- n keeps every sacred moment of other people's lives silent forever in her heart. This is tho spirit of the Giaduate Nurses, who did not forget to pay homage to Florence Nightingale and Clara Burton in their gathering at Owcnsboro. New York Had a Volunteer Brigsds In tho Seventeenth Century. There was an organized fln depart ment In New York city as early ns 104S, wlien a Ore prevention squad existed, DAY'S WORK. AFTER THE with duties resembling those of the buPersonal appearance is wisely mentioned by a farmer in The reau of lire prevention of today. Tho older squad was made up of ixillce-- 1 Farmer's Home Journal, who writes: whoso duty llremeu, or "I often think that we farmers mizht well pattern after was to visit all parts of tho city, which in regaid to cleaninir ourselves up a fOtue of our city cou-in- s then extended from the Battery to City little after the day's work is done. 1 know a city fellow Ilnll park, and inspect the chimneys to see whether they were free frum tire who doe-- , a- - hard, dirty wo-- k n- - any farmer, but who wears danger. Those guilty of having clilm- overalls that he can slip nil', and when his day's work is done neys In a dangerous condition were he bathes, shaves and changes clothes often enough so that fined $l.oO, which went to buy now he always looks clean nnd neat. The farmer is king of the equipment, such us lire ladders, hooks , but he doesn't look it when he gets too slouchy." univcr.-cand buckets. Dressing with .special care and freshness for the evening is a In the days of the fire pollen of 1C1S splendid way for uny pur.-o- n to crown the day's work. The child the owner of each of tho -- 00 odd houses or who is required to redress in clean clothes every afternoon before on Manhattan Island had to have one more flro buckets In his house. These o s father comes home, never the habit and acquires a were made of leather nnd cost $2.50. de- A local shoemaker got the contract to that is valuable through life. An interesting house-keepe- r corporation. These cided she would not in her best clothes for tho evening. She furnish 150 to the buckets had to be thrown out of the thought her husband did not realize her hard day's work when he houses when tho watchman gave tho came home and she was beautifully dressed for the evening's meal. alarm of lire. They were picked up by She kept on working after he arrived, but soon she found that com- the volunteer firemen rushing to the blaze nnd used by a bucket brigade pliments were better than credit. formed between the burning building Now, liko her city cousins, she dresses and primps with caro nnd the nearest well. When tho wells ran dry tho brigades every afternoon after her day's work is done. sometimes had to make tho river their base. Any one attempting to pass through the fire lines at that time wns THE TRAINED NURSE. doused. The man who breaks through "The profession of tho trained nurse is in my opinion one of the and tells the chief how to fight tho flro und divine callings that can be imagined," said Is an evil that has sprung up in modern most blessed, times. Xew York Times. out-growself-prid- TRUE WORDS FOR McCHESNEY. Cha-iII. Drury, of Irvinpton, introduced Mr. McChesncy, who spoke at Hardinburr Saturday. Mr. Drury said with all earnest ness the following: "Mr. Chairman. Ladies and Fellow Citizens of Brecken-ridgCounty: It always warms my heart when I can come of Democrats such ns arc in nnd nmlte one of an before mo. The day U not far distant when wo shall be called upon to choo-- e "our standard bearer in the great for the highest office within the gift of the people of the Commonwealth nf Kentucky, and I believe the citizenship of the country should learn and know of the convictions of her candidates for the various State oHice upon all public questions, and upon these convictions re?t a candidate's lit ne.-- s or hi disqualification for office. I wish to present to you h niHti who stand for higher and better education in Kentucky. A man win) tends for better methods of farm practices, for better road- - in Kentucky. A man who stands for State-widprimaries; and last, but not least, a mun who prohibition of the manufacture and stands for State-widsale of intoxicating liquors. A man who has the courage of his conviction- - and puts this tirst in his platform when announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky. This man is the Hon. II. V. of Frankfort, our next Governor, who will now address you. I thank you." . e ly cam-imig- People who read in tho summer twilight should not forgot how easily they can injure their eyes. W hen it is too early to go in tho house under the electric light or by tho lamp, tho eyes should not bo strained by sewing or reading in tho light just before dark. Wo thank our correspondents for their capable news letters this They nro week. They contain items of more than passing interest. animated with tho good fortune of their friends and express thought- fulness of those in sorrow and illness. dxmAvu vjWlM Oh-- aaJoeO WWruMvr - t ire o ti The teachers in chirge of the rural schools this hot weather de of the parents, as well as the children.. serve th1? Rendered unconscious and taken homo in an automobile- - all that good ride without knowing it. 5AM WHITE HAD DARK SKIN. HE LIVED IN GEORGIA. HE COULDN'T WRITE. HE SAW IN THE PAPER A PICTURE "AD" HE GOT SCARED. HE ASKED WHICH BANK OF A BURGLAR. HAD ITS NAME UNDER THE PICTURE. HE PUT HIS "FO" DOLLARS IN THAT BANK. HE "TOOK A NOTION" TO MAKE IT A HUNDRED DOLLARS, THEN TWO. THREE, FOUR, FIVE HUNDRED-TH- EN A THOUSAND. SAM BANKED MONEY EVERY WEEK UNTIL HE GOT THREE THOUSAND DOLLARSl WHENEVER HE WENT INTO THE BANK HE WOULD ASK: "AIN'T AH GOT MO' MONEY'N ANY CULLUD MAN IN DIS HE WAS PROUD. SAM NOW OWNS A FARM. TOWN?" CAN'T YOU SAVE? BANK WITH US f Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Tho Breckenridgo News enters its fortieth year this month. Seventy year- - old today. EARLY e e THE BANK OF HARD1NSBURG trolled by word of mouth nnd n whip. Outing. ! & TRUST CO. FIRE FIGHTERS. HARDINSBURQ, KY. The odor and flavor of garlic Is due, like tho odor of rotten eggs, to sulphur compounds. Gnrllc Is a member of tho onion family, grows in pastures, cultivated fields nnd oven In tho woods. Garlic Is n bad pest on any farm, but Is exceptionally so on n dairy farm because of tho strong flavor it gives to tho milk. A temporary expedient Is to keep tho cows off the Infested pasture at least four hours before milking. Thl will greatly reduce the bad flavor. Then if the milk stands at least four hours tho flavor may disappear altogether. Farm and Fireside. A Terrific Garlic and Milk. I Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Conflict. Quality,! Quantity and Satisfaction Caller By the way your husband Is carrying on In the next room he must bo rehearsing one of his heaviest roles. Actor's Wife Dear, no! He Is having a frightful mental struggle. He wants to have the baby's pictures taken, and if we do some of his own will have to come down. Pittsburgh Press. The Right Verb. ! II Building H f Material, in Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Oils, Greases "I saw an opera last evening." "My dear, you see a play, but hear an opera." "Not force." when society Is out In full Louisville Courier-Journal. I Lubricating II and Gasoline Economy. Husband I don't see why you have accounts in so many different stores. Wife Because, my dear, It makes tho bills so much smaller. Boston m Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe ff and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. TRICOLOR OF FRANCE. Repartee. Why do you always Itand before the mirror while dressing? Mrs. Dudds To seo what is going on, of course. Puck. Mr. Dudds Your duty Is what the day demands'. Goethe. FAD Bargains in Heavy Wire Fencing! '6 1 OF THE MONOCLE. Top and Bottom Wires No. 9. Line and Stay Wires No. Stays 12 inches apart 1 It Was Introduced by a Dutch Dandy, Tho tall, robust sunflowers that aro growing in largo numbers, in Clovcrport, might make a few pounds of butter for tho Gorman Tho production of margarin from sunflovvors is tho latest attributed to tho German government to meet tho expected scarcity of butter. In tho early spring the Prussian ministry of railroads ordered all station to plant sunliowers in overy bit of avnilablo ground around the depots. Sunllowors, it is claimed, yield an oil that can bo used in tho manufacture of substitutes for butter. Tho oily seeds aro valued as food for poultry und as a remedy for heaves in horses. Theso brilliant ornaments uro n nativo of Western Unitod States. Species grow in tho groat plains of Nebraska, in Texas and in Jerusalem. sol-dior- s. do-vic- ard. ma-te- rs Consider thoso in public work this hot weather. Do not them to bring homo a loaf of bread or to get your mail. These The Dog Team. Now tlie modus operandi of a dog team is as follows: Tho lender and wheel dog nro tho wholo works on tho basis of 75 to 233. The leader starts 'cm, ho stops 'cm, ho picks tho trail, ho turns 'em. When ho walks, tho rest do; when ho gallops, they gnllop. All tho wheel dog docs Is to guldo tho uoso of tho sled, materially assisted by tho driver. Tho rest of tho team merely pull nnd yelp. From which follows that a good leader Is a very desirable thing to hare and a poor leader Is worse than useat tho handlebars, Is ask less. The driver, from the leader, the often thirty feet fa- - dogs being driven tandem, and. .con o Jonkheer Oreelo. 21c per rod 39 inch Fence Ouo of tho Interesting things written X' 47 inch Fence 23c per rod about tho monocle is that tho fashion was Introduced at tho congress of P. O. B. Fordsvillo Vienna, the congress which remade tho mnp of Europe. Sir Horace Uumbold, in writing on tho subject of tho origin FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, of odd fashions and customs, said that Incorporated a Dutch exquisite, Jonkheer Breeie, JAKE WILSON, Manager. wns the first man to wear a monocle and showed the then brand new fad Ik 4. "J to the diplomats and others assembled at the congress of Vienna. After that Introduction the fad spread to all parts of Kurope, but took its deepest hold on workmen's clothes the buttons must all BIG SPRING certain members of the English well bo of bono. to do classes. Tlio workmen's clothes must be pockToward the end of tho first qunrter et less so that they may not carry Mrs. John English and sister, Miss century tho fad of matches or knives, and u workman, no Nell Clarkson, of Elizabethtown, arof tho nineteenth wearing tho monocle bad become so matter how (lamlltled Ills tastes, must rived last Thursday to spend jorae time popular that tho writer of a book on not wear turned up trousers bIiico In with Mrs. Kemper. tho care of tho eyes and preservation Jurnups rlt Is harbored, and grit lu a Tom Hardaway, of Bewleyville, and of tho vision Inveighed against it. Tho gunpowder mill Is us dangerous almost his daughter, Mrs. D. C. Moorman, of name of that writer was Dr. KItchlncr, as tire. nnd lu 1823 he published "Economy of In all thu buildings of these plants Glen Dean, spent several days last week tho Eyes." Among many adverse ref- not n null head or any sort of Iron ma- with her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Strother. to tho monocle ho wrote: "A terial Is exposed. The roofs, too aro erences Miss Leland Butler returned to her slnglo glass, set lu a smart ring, Is made very slight, so that lu tho event often used by trinket fanciers for fash- of uu explosion they will blow off easi- home in Horned after a stay here of ion's sake. These folks have not tho ly,1 The doors all open outward to beveral months. She taught a cluss in least defect lu their sight mid aro not mako escapp easy, aiid tho plant Is usu- mubic. uwaro of tho mischievous consequences The Showboat you know, Emerson's ally surrounded with a stream of waof such Irritation." Washington Star. ter, Into which the hands uro trained Golden Rod, with another new show. to dlvo ut tholrst sign of danger. Cin- Cloverport Monday, August 2. cinnati Commercial Enquirer. Schuyler Martin was in Louisville last GUNPOWDER PLANTS. ' J' Many Precautions Mutt Be Taken to Avoid Accidents. Workers lu gunpowder plants when-eve- r a storm comes up adjourn to the watch houses surrounding tho plant proper and enjoy themselves till tho storm Is over. Lightning Is not tho only danger dreaded In gunpowder plants, however. Metal la dreaded Its hard surface may cause explosions and henco on .the days to regain his sabngth." 'That's funny I sbttild have thought even'days In the couktry would hare aade one week." KeVork Journal. 1 Sovn Days. "Well, Qeorgc'ald William us they met in tlio street. CJiow Is Arthur going on now?" "Oh, much bettor," replied George. "He has been in thejeountry for seven week. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Clarkson spent Thursday with Mrs. Kate Casey at vine Grove. Miss Clara Morris spent several days lat,t week with her aunt, Mrs. left Trent, of High Plains. Charlie Clarkson visited friends at Uleodale Sunday. Mrs, Ada Jackson and little daughter returned to Louisville after a visit with her brother, Mr. Jackson. f. B I 21, 1915 I WEDNESDAY, JULY ktered at the Post OflllcentClovcrport, Ky as second clas matter. m IS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE Harry Newsom was In Louisville Saturday. Robert Aklns, of Louisville, visited here last week. Mrs. P. W. Roberts, of Kansas City, Is visiting her father, John Beavin Mrs. J. M. Gregory and son, Donald Gregory, spent the week end In Louis-- NEW YORK AND CHICAGO lANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES lTEJ. FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES r Precinct mid city Offices for County Offices for $ 2.50 $ 6.00 State and District Offices... Calls, per line for Cards, per line for All Publications In tbe inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line .! 15.00 10 10 10 Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective March 15. . So". H2 will 1915. M. M. M. M. 51. M. M. M M M EAST HOt'NII !)!l5 A. Cloverport.... .10:111 A. . i. IrTlnutnn 12:10 Arriving yiutavlllo i Hi Arrl'lnu Cloveroort . 4:.VJ I'. No. will leavo I". Arrlvlwr irvlnRtou "!l0 T. Airlvlne Louisville 5:07 A 110 will lea No. 5:51 A. W Arrlvlne lrvlnston 1 levr WEST 11017ND No. HI will IeitV Cloverport.. Arriving iiwenMmm Arriving llrndcryon 12 01 . . li:5. 1 A. P. T V 1 1 i'l 7:43 7:14 . . . No. 143 A.M. 2:05 A. M. Mrs. Nellie Burks and daughter, Miss 7:40 A.M. Eleanor Burks, of Louisville, are vis:."0A. M. .. Verses Mucnfcr Wrote on .7:l A.M. iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0:00A.M. H. Bowmer. "When 1 Am Dead" daughters, Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and Misses Anna Elizabeth nnd Kathrine Among the effects of Drleh Mitcnter, nllas Frank Holt, who tried to kill J. Keith, returned home from Elizabeth-towone-da- y Plcrpont Morgan, was found 11 poem, Sunday. River Trips Motor Tours. Floating "When I Am Dead," which ho wrote Coming! The Emerson a number of years ngo nnd sent to his Theater, "Golden Rod." with the big sweetheart, I.eona Sansabiuigb, now and Vacationcttes circus play, "Amy of the Circus," here his widow, In 100S. Several verses folof the Summer Season Monday, August 2. low: When I am dead Mrs. Kate McGovern and daughter, Perhaps kind memory will loso Mrs. L. B Perkins was in Louisville Miss Beatrice McGovern, of Louisville The sad mistakes I'vo often mado are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Mc And hold the uood yea, let the best Monday. Itevcal Itself as errors fade. Oh, Lord my God. I toil each day Don't foreet Emerson's Golden Rod Govern and family. Finley Miller bought last week fiO.OOO That I may have sonio Rood to stay. here August 1. But will the blunders, then forKOt. Stuart Babbaue has returned home pounds of dart tobacco at $2, $3 and Give balm to those that now aro notT $5 5O, $2, $3 and $7. His purchase in from Irvington. When I am dead all is about 200,000 pounds. And broken, heartless sods of earth Dan Burks, of Addison, was in Mr. and Mrs. Hal Murray, of Har Will mark wtiero last 1 seemed to be; Monday. dinsburg, are receiving congratulations Perhaps I cannot know thero will Bo heard the voice of pralso for me. Miss Martha Willis spent Friday in on the arrival of a daughter at their Oh, Lord my God, help me be etrong shopping. if Louisville In trials much. In labors long! home last week. She has been chris For me, who llvo In hunger great. Julius Dutschke, of Holt, was thresh tened Margaret Rodman Murray. All praises then will come too late. ibg his wheat Monday. Miss Margaret Rhodes was the guest When I am dead Roy Cain was in Louisville last week of Miss Lizzie Beavin nnd her niece, It I the silence of the tomb It hiyhng his eye treated. Mrs. N. H. Quiggins, Wednesday and" Could.break, I would not think to stay tongue. Israel Holder went to Louisville Mon- Thursday while en route to Morgan The eager hand or loosenedsay, But sadly I to all would day with a lot of fine cattle. field, after a two weeks stay with her "Beloved, flowers now you cast. past; No fragrance J. W. Haggin, of Basin Springs, was sister, Mrs. Wm. Storms, who still con Belated words to hours and tears of love tinues ill. a visitor to our town Saturday. Will never ease the broken years." Mrs. Wickllffe DeHaen, of Louis Mrs, V. B. Howard, of St. Louis, is ville, was the guest of honor at a porch f the guest of Mrs. L. B. Perkins. VANISHING GUNS FOR Chas. Sawyer, of Columbus, Ohio, is party given Thursday afternoon at the AMERICAN SUBMARINES. home of Mrs. Shelby Conrad. Among f visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer. the guests were Mrs. John Kincheloe T. G. Eskridge, of Washington City, and her mother, Mrs. Manie Moorman, Officials Reveal Plans After It Wat Vis visiting his mother at Hardinsburg. who motored from Hardinsburg, Found That Germany Had Secret. Judge Matthias Miller returned last Miss Claudia Pate is planning to leave Baker at week from a visit to S. J. Aucust 10. for the San Francisco ex The navy department has just anPatesville. position. In order to get the trip she nounced that hereafter disappearing Messrs. John Hall and Herman Mel- is securing u club of 1"j subscriptions guns will be mounted on nil American ton have gone to Muscateen, Iowa, to to the Southern Woman's Magaziue. A submarines. accept positions. and her sue number have It developed that American imviil experts secretly have been working on Allen R. Kincheloe left Monday for a cess is aesured. 'I gun for more than two five weeks trip to San Francisco and Mrs. Sue Board came to Garfield tho submarine plans weru completed years and that other Western cities. Monday to visit her niece. Miss Nauuie several mouths ago to mount such Clarunce pieces on undersea craft. Miss Eloise Kolte has returned from Board, and her nephew, Mrs. Board is 80 years old and Louisville where she was the guest of Hoard It Is understood that the department wonderfully preserved for a woman of did not divulgu the plans because oill- her aunt, Mrs. William Tate. She will visit her sister, Mrs. eers were under tho Impression that Miss Florence Rhodes, of McDaniels, her age. Alice Witt, before returning to Her tho Idea had not occurred to other nacame down Sunday to begin her school vies. home in Louisville. at Hickory Lick the following day. The nniiouiiceuient was madu ufter officials of the department had natls-lieMiss Claudia Pate was in Hatdins-bur- g Impure blood runs you down makes themselves that It would be useMonday and secured a number of vou uu easy victim tor uisease. ror less to keep the fact secret longer, besubscribers for her California trip. pure blood and sound digestion Bur- cause Germany already Is using nucli Mr. Emmett returned from McDandock Wood bitters. At nil drug stores, guns on the U type of submarines iels Monday accompanied by his sister, which lire now operating against merPrice, l. 00. Mrs. Scroggins, near Kirk, for a two chantmen In the no called war zone. If tho present plans of the navy ex weeks visit. perts aro carried out submarines of tho HILL ITEMS Oscar Black came down from Louis M type will he tho first to receive the ville Saturday to visit his parents at new guns. The gun carriages tire good poAddison. Mr. Black has a If I can stop one heart from breaking, mounted ufter the general type of tbe sition with W. R. Belknap & Co. disappearing guns which have been I shall not live in vain; used for many years on laud fortificaMrs. Charles Moorman, of Versailles, If I can ease one life the aching, Or cease one pain, tions. Or help one fu lining robin They aro built so that when the sub Into his nest again, marine reaches the surface a section I shall not live in vain. of thu deck may be shifted, and the Emily Dickenson. Crowing Over gun will rise Immediately over tbe top. Tho mechanism Is so perfect, it is is commendable and proper Gilbert Rice, of Owensboro, nfter said, that the gun may bo raised, fired spending two weeks with r.ls aunt, Mr. nnd lowered within a few seconds. if the work is well done and will last as is the case with Each submarine will bo protected by Lonnie Ray, has returned home. One will be work done here. Mrs. Verdio Sturks is on the sick list. two three Inch guns. mounted fore nnd the other nft. By J. S. Armstrong, who left here on the the use of these guns oillelals believe Economy! 12th for Oklahoma, writes that he had that submarine will be enabled to pro a nice trip and received a hearty wel- tect themselves from any light craft. to have cheap Dental work Tho SI type of vessels, on which tho come from relatives and friends. done because the price is low, guns will be tried out, lire ot about the Will McCoy went to Louisville last 1.... 1... 1. JTUU UIV ..11 ...,..--. 14 t,.,i UUV 1. 1 typo as thoso hclng used by GerSaturday. Ills wife returned with him sanio In attacklii" merchant vessels. the best of work at fair prices. many Sunday. They aro approximately 230 feet tu Examination and Estimates Mrs. Sallie Morton has returned from length and displaco 730 tons. free, Owensboro, where she spent two weeks MUNITIONS ON MINNEHAHA. W. A. WALKER, Dentist, with her niece, Mrs. Chas. Roheim. Emerson's Showboat, Golden Rod, Hirdkubvrg, Ky. thu best on the river, presenting "Amy VoimI on Which Bomb Exploded Car- riod Much ValuabU War Material. MHce our Bnk of Htrdlniburg a Trust Co. of tbe Circus" and five new acts vaude.Wbslfeer px notJt lsevcr Eroded, that ville here Monday, August 2. 1:3!) . . Arriving llendrron . Arriving KvnnsvIIIe. No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Eviinsvlllo Arriving St. Louis . No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenstioro Arriving Henderson . ' ; will leave Cloverport.. Arrlvlne Oivensboro I . !):X 10:15 . . l1 . 1. . 1S:45A. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. 11. Moorman. W. Black, ot Huwcsvillc, who is with John Felix Jnrboe, of Kansas City, is visiting his parents, Mr. hnri Mrs. Johu the bridge gang, is boarding at Frank Storms'. C. Jurbos. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burke have moved Mrs. Richard Cook, of Custer, went into part of the Sipple house Monday to be operated on to Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Luther Satterfield wett for tumor. to Louisville Saturday nnd returned Mrs, Adell Bates, of New Orleans, is Sunday. the guest of Mrs. F. M. Smith and Mrs. Chas, Llghtfoot. Hard Roads Made Easy Misses Francis Norris and Myrtle It is surprising to sec how quickly and Bryant, of Owensboro, are the guests certainly "1'enslar Corn Remedy" reof Mrs. Wm. Hoflious. moves corns without pain. Get n pack Mrs. Cnrl Benton and children, of age now. 10 and 25 cents at Wedding's Louisville, are the guests of her moth- Drug Store, er, Mrs. Eliza Mattingly. Mrs. Edward McAfee, of Irvington, Cyclone in Illinois. came Monday morning for a visit to her There was a cyclon? passed through mother, Mrs. Wm. Mullen. the north part of Alexander, III., last Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moorman, ot Tuesday afternoon, being one-hamile Versailles, were guests of Mr. and Mis. wide"1. The cyclone toou 0 rn up by the Wickliile Moorman Suuday. roots aid wheat bundles were blown Alice and James Frank have returned manv miles awav. Aftt-- the ei clone a from u visit to their aunt, Mrs. OrVal Up.m r.lln fVll nnil ilrl itrov linlrnil Frank, Hardinsburg, route 3. men said that it was the hardest rain Frederick and Donald McDonald, of that ever fell 111 Illinois since they had Princeton, Ky., are the guests of their beeu living here. It hat. bten awful rainy here all this aunt, Mrs. Frank Mattingly, at tho summer but the gardens look fiae. The Cattle. Mrs. S. I. Popham and children and potato and apple crop look hue, but her sister, Miss Alberla O'Bryau, .of there will be but lew peaches. Mrs O W Elmore, Mooleyville, arrived home yesterday Falls. lf ; r Mrs. Vernie Milburn and children have been viiiting her father, John Lynch, near Patesville. Mrs. Jim Brlckey, who attended the 1). funeral of her father, R A. Pate, re turned to her home In Kansas City last Nint Artvertler plenc notify the editor wm-jou warn :mveriieroeni iiKromtnucu Saturday. FriMr. und Mri. Wuve Rice spent day with Mis. Lonnie Ray. ville. ADVERTISE Mi.s Muble Burnett, from near Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell, of Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Hardinsburg, have gone to Niagara Huwcxville, is a visitor of Mi;s Mona Wa.its. Column ONE CENT PER WORD Ice Tea The Cooling, Delightful Beverage The kind For Sale an COIt Ititnner Ducks and mice neater. lotm wage, L'loverport, Ky 'SALE-Indi- that makes you glad within The famous Chase & Sanborn For Sale Cheap Traction FiiRinc -l Foil HAI.K CIIK.Vi'-uvml111 horsepower full endue In sound nnd nil right; 1 an and good notn: take eooii utock. Alo separator, W. II. Howell, (luston. Ky.. Haute?. fili Announcements state We Orange Pekoe Tea This drink will be enjoyed by all the family ornens For Governor are autliorlred to announce II. V. IIOSWOUTII as 11 candidate, for (Sovernor of Kentucky, .subject to the action of the Democratic Party, Aucust 1'rlmary. W aro authorlred to announce the IVtwrratlc party. 1'rlintry eleetl. 11. Aii;iijI 7. IHI5 Wo nre autliorlred to announce A.tJ. STAXI.KY as a caedlditte fur Governor of Kentiu'ly suhjoet to the action of the Democratic Party August Primary. II. V. McCIIKHNKY of I'raiikfort. Ky., as a cardldite for (Jv-ernorKentucky, Milijevt to the. action of Get a Canister Today! I J. fill &rc C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT. KY. r-- 9 morning. Alexander, 111 For I.ieuleiiaiil-finvcrno- r nre authorised tominouroo Jtril(IK.IAMKs I) IILACK of ltirliorvlllo, Ky., as a pundldati for I.lrutonant-tioter- t or of Kentucky subloot to inn nenon oi too nenioerniie rany in liueiion. aubusi ii'i,,. Wo tMasaiJ sTiVAar. mJn ! ror Circuit Court W Clerk aro authorised to announce H. H. PAYNi: of Irvlnstnn. ns a candlilato for Circuit Court Clerk of llreouorrlilge rountv. subject to the notion of the Keuiilillean Party, in Prl mnry Kiectloc, August. U1V Accounts of visits n Wo nre autliorlred to announce Primary election. j If so lot us fiyure with you on ltepubllean party. gust?. 1915. PAUL, ltASHAM us a candidate, for Circuit Clerk of ".reckon rldse county, subject to the notion of the Au- For Representative. Wo I Buildiflf Material up-to-d- ate j are nullnrlzcd to announce II. A. CANNON, of Madrid. Ilrcekenrldso county, as a oiindl-dat- o for Uepresentatlve. subject to the acparty. In Prlm-irtion of the Election Saturday. Aucust 7. Wo are authorized to announce G. A. WltlGHT, to of McQuadv. Ilreckenrldi;o county, as a for Uenresoiitatlve. subject to theae. Kepublloan party. In Primary tlon of 'lie Klectlon Saturday, August 7. Wo Our stock is and complete. We everything in the building line. Good material and workmanship. We make a specialty Ua of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of build- - g ings. We call your attention to our stock of furnish Coloniai Columns We are making a special price on these columns. Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you prices on all material. am authorized to announce LOOAN IIICKEItSCN ot Hazel Dell. HreckenrldRii county, as a candlda'o fo- ltepresentatlve. subjeet to tho action of the Iiepubllcan party. In Primary Election Saturday, August 7, l'.U5. C. L. BEARD Life Cloverport Planing Mill, Office and Plant : Cloverport, Ky. Insurance and Real Estate Hardinsburg. Ky. Near Depot Office with J. R. Eskridge, Attorney Cisterns and Wells I difj, clean and repair cisterns Work miatantcpd. and wells. Zero at The hottest day that comes. All Drinks and Ices Colder 1 Lee Duncan, Hardinsburg. :: Kentucky than the Klondike. . Erich Mucntcr. alias Frank Holt, placed tho explosive on thu Minnehaha which caused her to return to port, there fs 110 proof necessary that It was a vessel literally tilled with war munitions. Hero are sonic of the things she car- Everything the best that can be made Phone all orders Phone No. 10 S. J. BROWN & SON No. . ried: d Hlieumatism, Scrofula and all hu- LAWYER 54 caeoB Hies. mors of the blood give way when you SW cases empty projectiles. take Number 10, the great cure for Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to 4 cases firearms. 3.001 plates spcltor. Collect in Court or out of itl Sec or blood poison. Try a bottle from WedSS0 cases and bundles brass rods anc Write inc. Will make the l'rice ding's Drug Storo. It will givo vou sheets. Right new life. 432 motortrucks. 1 cases loaded shrapnel shells. cases loaded cartridges. cases curdlto. cases trinitrotoluol. (This Is 11 chemical of great force, which goes Into high explosives.) V.SOO 1,7:3 1.000 1,400 40 for the Blood V. G. BABBAGE motor ambulance. homes. cases auto parts. cases magnetos. 6 cases fuses. SO bundles copper wlro. 34 plates zinc. 10 crates air gunn Tho Witch's Track. At Peel, In tho Isle of Man, It Is related that it Itch said once the herring Meet would not return. Every ship was lost, and she. was rolled down the hill la a barrel set with spikes. The grass him never grown slneo In the track. bar-rel'- rt 30 18 100 L0DIBURG. Miss Jesse May liruce was the week eud guest of her brother, Mr. Ktk'le Bruce, and family, of l'etiee. Mrs. Mary Adkisson and daughter, Miss Mamie, visited Mrs. Cliff Haddock, of Webster. Miss Lillian Uroul and Mrs. Lulle Dutrhske aud son, Castleberry, of LuuUvilk, are guests of Mrs. Ida Nottingham. Mrs. Clarence Hunt and son, Richard, of Kokoma, were the guests of her uncle and aunt, Mr. aud Mrs. J. 11. Cashman last week. 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Try Our Want Ads Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. f. "My hcarnclirmetliart nitf yours, less pacing 6i Terko2,tho wolfhound, Nu," sho said, "but my Judgment nnd or hear tho ominous growls that rummy training warn mo ngnlnst the step bled from his snvngo throat ns ho lookchallenge. I lovo you, my heart prompts. At tho sight which met his eyes he that I could not Ikj happy to wander ed toward tho Jungle behind them. hut e Tho searching party from tho dropped the girl nnd darted toward his through tho Jungle for the ranch had como upon Ibn Asdonkey, where hung his long barreled half nnked balance of my life, and If 1 go with wad so unexpectedly that not a shot rifle In Its boot. a day, I may never had been exchanged between the two Victoria Custer looked, too, nnd what you now, even for parties. she saw brought unutterable relief and return to my people. "Nor would you bo happy In tho life Tho Arabs, pressed from behind by hnpplncss to her. Then the Arab had I lend. would stifle nnd 1:111 tho savage Wnmboll warriors, had litIt turned with leveled gun Just ns tho that you. I think I see now something of erally nm Into tho nrms of tho whites cave man leaped upon him. There was tho report of the firearm the miracle that has overwhelmed us. nnd the Wnzlrl. To you It has been but n few days When Oreystoko demanded thnt tho ere It was wrenched from Abul grasp nnd hurled 'to one side, since you left your Nnt-u- l to hunt down white girl be turned over to him nt but tho bullet went wide of Its mark, tho ferocious Oo, but In reality count- once I hu Aswnd smote his breast nnd swore that there had been no white nnd the nest Instant the girl saw the less nges have rolled by. "Hy some strange freak of fate you girl with them, but one of the slaves two men locked In what sho knew was havo remained unchanged during all told a different story to n Wnztrl, nnd a death struggle. Copyright. 1914, by W. G. Chapman Tho Arab struck mighty blows nt tho these ages, until now you stop forth when the whites found that Victoria head nnd face of his antagonist, while from your long sleep nn unspoiled cave had been stolen from Ibn Aswnd by Thus It was that Nu and Terkoz the cave mini, the great muscles rolling man of tho stone age Into the midst of ono of the sheik's lieutenants only n CHAPTER X. few hours before they hastened to nud the party of whites nnd Wnzlrl beneath his smooth hide, sought for n tho twentieth century, while I doubtThe Death Dance. less have been born nnd reborn n thou- scour the Jungle In search of her. from the ranch were closing in upon hold ttjioti the other's throat. day Nil realized that ho To facilitate their movements nnd About the two tho vicious wolf- sand times, merging from one Incarnagulnln;; rapidly upon Ibn Aswad from opposite directions sihound slunk, growling nnd bristling, tion to another until In this wo are insure covering ns wldo it territory ns multaneously. with whom Nnt-u- l trar possible each of tho whites took a few Hut Nu was not destined to follow waiting for nu opportunity to rush In again united. clod. "Had you, too, died and been born Wazlrl and, spreading out In a far the trail of the raiders to where they upon the white robed antagonist of his The experience of his other life again during nil these weary years no flung skirmish Hue, beat tho Jungle In were still engaged In repelling the sav- master. him that she must ho a prisonVictoria Custer, her clinched fists gap of ages would Intervene between tho direction toward which tho slave er, yet at (ho sumo time ho realized age attack of the fierce Wnmboll, for had told them Abul .Mukarram had und wo should meet against watch us that such might not ho the case nt nil, ns ho trotted nlong with tho dog nt tight pressedmen whoher bosom,for her. uponnow, common footing, as do again ridden. n other battled his side his quick eyes detected that ed tho two Tor hail ho not thought of her 11 prisTo comb Jungle finely each white oner among the others who hail held which tho hound, with nil his won- ' She saw the powerful hands of her souls, nud mate nnd die to ho born spread his tho Wazlrl upon cither side of hlru prisoner, only to learn that ono of drous Instllietlve powers, would have ravage man bend back tho head of the ngnln to n new mating nnd a now life, him, und thus they advanced, seldom with Its Inevitable death. passed by unnoticed the well marked doomed Abdul Mukarram. them claimed her n.s n sister? She saw "Hut you have defied the laws of life lu sight of one another, but always It nil seemed very ntninjre to Nil. It prints of the hoofs of two donkeys 'the man ns her ferocious mate shake within hailing distance. And so It hapn terrier shakes n rat, nnd nnd death you have refused to die was quite heyond him. Xnt-u- l could that had come back along tho trail her heart swelled In fierce primitive nnd now that we meet again nt last a pened that chance brought William not he tho sister of Custer, and yet hu Mncc the caravan had passed. hundred thousand years He between us Curtlss, unseen, to tho edge of the Jun-- j That they were donkeys belonging pride at tho prowess of her man. had seen her apparently happy mid No longer did Victoria Custer exist. an unbridgeable gulf across which 1 gle beside the parkllkc forest, beneath to the Arabs was evident to Nil contented In the society of thoso It was Nut-ul- . the savage iiut'.dcn of mny not return nnd over which yon ' the giant trees of which ho saw n strangers, and Custer uniiuctftlonably through Ids familiarity with the dismay not come other than by the same tableau that brought him to a sudden npponred to feel for her the solicitude tinctive hoof prints of each, which dur- - tho Neocene who. as Nu threw the lifehalt. less corpse of his kill to one side nnd of a hrother. There was tho girl ho loved nnd opened his nrms, flung herself Into his Curtlss. It was evident, loved Nnt-u- l sought, nppnrently unharmed, and two embrace. that much ho had gleaned from donkeys, nnd tho dead body of an he laid overheard between It was Nnt-ul- , daughter of Tha Nnt-u- l Arab, and the great wolfhound, look-- ! of the tribe of Nu that dwelt behim and Custer. How the man could lug toward his hiding plnco and growl. yond the barren cliffs beside tho rcst- have become so well ni'itlalnted with Ing menacingly, und before tho girl the Nnt-u- l between tho two days that had less fcea who threw her arms about savage white man stood. elapsed hinco Nu had her lord nnd master's neck and drew forth from Curtlss .was about to spring forward his mouth down to her lips. the caves beside the restless sea to when ho saw tho man place tho butt hunt down Oo and the morning that It was Nat-u- l of the lirst born who of his spear upon tho ground nnd tho he had awakened following tho mighty watched Nu nnd tho fierce wolfhound ' point against his heart. Tho net nnd shaking of tho world was quite ns circle about tho corpse of the dead tho expression upon tho man's faco pro-- I much a mystery as was tho remarkable Arab. claimed his Intention, nnd so Curtlss changes that had taken place In the Tho cave man, moving in the savnge drew back again, waiting for tho peraspect of the world during tho sanio steps of the death dance of his tribe, petration of tho deed thnt he knew was brief period. now bent half over, now leaping high coming. Nu had given much thought to these In nlr, throwing his stone tipped spear A srallo of anticipation played about miraculous happenings, with the result nloft, chanted the weird victory song the American's Hps. that ho had about convinced himself of a dead and burled age, while beside Victoria Custer, too, guessed tho that ho must havo slept much longer him his equally savage mate beat time thing that Nu contemplated. It was, than he had believed, but that a hunwith slim, white hands. dred thousand years had rolled their wolfhound halted In Its retreat at tha slow and weary progress above hh unsound of Barney's approach. CHAPTER XI. conscious head could not, of course, The beast bared Its bloody fangs In Happiness? have occurred to him, even as the re; an ominous growl of warning nnd then HEN the dance was done Nu motest of possibilities. turned and disappeared Into the Jungle. lted before Nat-ul- . Tho TIo had also weighed the sneering Harney advanced and examined the girl rose, facing him, nnd words of Curtlss. and with them the soft ground about tho donkeys nnd tho for u long minute the two attitude of the btrnngers with whom body of tho Arab. stood in silence looking at one another. ho had been thrown. IIo had quickly IIo saw tho Imprints of n man's It was the llrst opportunity that either appreciated the fact that their mannaked feet and tho smaller impress of j had had to study tho features of the ners and customs were us far removed a woman's riding boots. other since the strange miracle that from his ns they were from those of Ho looked toward the Jungle where had separated them. the beasts of the Jungle. Terkoz had disappeared. Nil found that some subtle change He had seen that his own wr.ys were What had his sister gone to within had taken place In his Nut-ul- . more In accordance with the ways of the somber, savage depths beyond? It was she of that there could be the black and half naked natives whom What would ho bring her back to wero no doubt, but yet there was that about the whites looked upon as so much ho to follow after? her which cast u spell of reverential no doubted that she would come their Inferiors that they would not over him. She was Infinitely Dner fear oven eat at the same table with them. without her dream man. Where would He had noted tho fact that the He Saw a Woman Struggling With a nnd moro wonderful than ho ever had As the Strong Arms Infolded Her she be happier with him In tho pitirealized. blacks treated the other whites with a White Robed Arab. Once More She Gave a Happy Sigh less Jungle, which was tho only world With the passing of the excitement marked respect which they did not exho knew, or In the still more pltUess of Content. haunts of civilized men? tend to Nu, and, being no fool, Nu had Ing tho past three days had become as of the battle nnd the dance the strange come to the conclusion that the whites well known to him as his mother's ecstasy which had held the girl In thrall In accordance with her own reasonA moment later ho had reached his face had been. But what were they passed slowly away. Tho rhythm of ing, tho only logical tblug for the man decision, and with resolution strong in themselves looked upon him as an inretracing the way they had but tho dancing of the savage black haired to do; but love Is not logical, and when the very swing of his strido ho entered Joins ferior, even before Curtlss' words giant had touched some cord within lovo saw aud realized tho Imminence the jungle, but whether toward tho him cf the truth of his suspi- just covered? IIo halted and raised his head to her which awoke the long dormant In- of Its bereavement It cast logic to tho east or tho west I do not know, for I cions. winds, aud with a little scream of ter- was not there. Evidently, though his skin was miff the air and listen Intently for the stincts of tho primordial. For the time she had been carried ror tho girl threw herself upon Nu of THE END. white, he was now in some subtle way faintest sound from the direction In back a hundred thousand years to the tho Neocene, striking tho spear from different from tho other whites. Pos- which the beasts had gone when they childhood of the human race. Sho had its goal. eft the old trail at the point that he sibly it was In the matter of raiment. not known for those brief Instants Vic"No! No!" she cried. "You must not COMMISSIONER'S He had tried to wear the strange ind discovered their spoor. SALE The wind, however, was blowing toria Custer or the twentieth century do It! I cannot let you go! I love you, body coverings they had given him, civilization, for they were yet a Nu I lovo you!" or its but they were cumbersome and un- from the opposite direction, .so there in the future. comfortable, and, though he was sel- Was no chance that Nu could scent thousand centuries As the strong arms lufolded her Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Hut now once moro she saw through gave a happy sigh of dom warm enough now, he had never- them. IIo was in doubt as to whether "I the eyes of generations of culture and onco more she Foundry theless been glad when the opportuni- lie should leave the trail of the main content and let her head drop again Cloverport Co , Pl'ff.and ! fu,,y refinement. Ileforo her was a primiMachine ,No. ty came to discard the hampering and body ami follow these two or continue tive man. ui)on the breast of him who had como " Against on his way. ages to claim her. j 3453. uuat'customcil clothing. Rounds & Jesse, Deft. In his eyes was thu lire of n great back out of the 1'roui tho manner of their passing These thoughts suggested the possiThe mail put nn arm about her waist, love that would not be denied. About By virtue of a Judcmentand Orderof bility that if Nat-u- l had found recog- side by side ho was convinced that her was the wild, fierce forest and the and together tho two turuod toward Sale of Breckinridge. Circuit Court, nition among the strangers upon an each carried a rider, lnee otherwise the west In the direction that Abul rendered at October Term thereof. I91H, Jungle, and behind all this, and equal footing with them that she, too. they would have gone In single fllo cruel Mukarram had been fleeing; nor did in the above cause, for the sum of Five might have those attributes of super! lifter the manner of beasts moving beyond, her vision wandered to the either see the white faced, scowling Thousand, Eight Hundred and Sixty-Eigworld she had always known the ority which the strangers claimed, and along a none too wide trail, but there Dollars. & 60c with interest at the man who leaped from the'juugle beworld of cities and homes nnd gentlea (I If such was the fact It became evident was nothing to Indicate that either hind them and with leveled rltle took ratecf per cent per annum from the folk. paid, and of February, that she would consider Nu from the rider was Nat-ul- . deliberate aim at tho back of the black day costs therein, lgl2. until Sho saw her father and her mother l shall proceed to ofits viewpoint of her new friends as an For an Instant he hesitated, and then nud her friends. What would they haired giant. fer for salo at the wharf on the Ohio Inferior. Ids Judgment told him to keep on after say? spring of river in the city of Clovorport, Ken Nor did they see tho swift Such reveries made Nu very sad, for the main body, for If Nnt-u- l was a Again she let her eyes rest upon the the wolfhound nor tho thing that fol- tucky, to the highest bidder, at Public he loved Nat-u- l Just as you or I would prisoner she would be with tho larger man. it was with dllllculty that sho lowed thero beneath tho brooding sK Auction, 1on Saturday, the 24th day of July, love Just as normal white men have force not riding In tho opposite direc1915, at o'clock p. m., or thereabout, restrained a deslro to throw herself lenco of tho savage Jungle. months the folnlways loved with u devotion that tion with u single guard. Harney Custer upon a credit of three upon his broad breast nnd weep out Ten minutes later lowing described property, placed the object of his affection upon Even as hu turned to take up the her doubts and fears close to the beattangled wall of verbroke through the A steamboat, known as the ''Golden a pedestal, before which he was hap- pursuit again there eaine faintly to his dure upon a sight that took his breath Girl," tocether with all the fixtures, ing of his great heart uud py to bow down and worship. Ills ears from the Jungle at his left tho of those protecting arms. lu the safety away. machinery, appliances and apparatl. passion was not of the brute type of sound of u human voice. It was a Hut with Thero stood the two patient donkeys, and every and all things attached the Inferior races, which oftentimes woman's, raised In frightened protest. tho question, tho wish thero rose again switching their tails aud flapping their thereto and used in the proper usage "What would they say?" Boleniiilx.cs tho mat rlage ceremony with I.lko a deer Nu turned nnd leaped corpse of said steamboat as a mode of trans long ears. Beside lay a cudgel uud ever places tho woman lu thu direction of that familiar voice. to hold her trembling and frightened of Abul Mukarram them upontho edge portatiou ot passengers and freight. tho and from him. Said steamboat is more particularly In tho position of an Inferior uud a The Meet wolfhound was put to it to Tho man saw something of tho girl's of tho Jungle ut his feet, was stretched described as follows: chattel. keep pace with tho agile cave man, for trouble In her eyes, but he partially the dead body of William Curtlss, his Total length of hull, 93 feet; total Even us Nu pondered the puzzling Nu nud throat torn by savage beam at lower knuckle, 84 ieet; total had left the earth and taken to the questions which confronted him his branches of tho trees, where no under- misinterpreted It, for ho read fear of breast beam overall, 20 feet: wood hull, 4 himself whero thero was principally fangs. eyes uud ears were alert as ho sped brush retarded his flight. Across tho clearing u great, gauut feet deep at center; 6 feet deep at self fear, und, because of what ho had along thu now fresh trail of tho carahead; one good boiler: 2 80 H. P. From tree to tree hu leaped or swung, heard Curtlss say, ho thought that he van. 2 10x16, planked sometimes hurling his body twenty feet saw contempt, too, for primitive pco-pl- routo which I havo followed through engines; wheel complete with with Every Indication pointed the recent doctor inch white oak; a new llfo thereafter." nro Infinitely moro sensitive than death and pump, fire pumps and all equipments; pushing of many men, and the troglo- through tho nlr from one Juuglu giant Much that the girl said was beyond their moro sophisticated brothers. 3 decks high, with big dance ball on dyte was positive that ho could be but to another. "You do not lovo me, " Itelow him raced the panting Terhe Nil's comprehension nud tho most of It second deck. The boat registers 77 a few hours behind his quarry. "Havo tho strangers turned without the scope of his primitive lan- tons. This boat was rebuilt by the A few miles east or him the rescue koz, red tongue lolling from foam asked. guage, so that sho had been forced to plaintiff for the defendant at Cloverparty front the !reystoke ranch were flecked mouth, hut with nil their speed you against me? What one of them could have fetched you the head of draw liberally upon her twentieth cen- port, Kentucky, during 1011. pushing rapidly ahead upon u different thu two moved with the uolselessuess Or sufficient thereof to produce the tury English to till In the gap. Oo, tho man hunter? trull, with a view to heading off the of shadowy ghosts. Yet the muii had caught tho idea In sums of money so ordered to be made. "See!" IIo tapped tho two great At thu edge of the Jungle Nu came Arabs. price, the purchaser, u vnguo sort of way; at leaht that his For the purchase with approved surety or securities, Ibn Aswnd had taken a circuitous upon a pnrkllko forest, and well Into tusks that hung from his loin cloth, Nat-ul was far removed from him be- must execute bond, bearing legal in"Nu slew tho mightiest of the beasts route In order that he might pass this ho saw n woman struggling with Nat-u- l the head Is burled lu the cause of a great lapse of tluio that hud terest from the day of sale until paid, round the country of the W'azlrl, and a white robed Arab. One sinewy brown for of a and having with his slow moving slave caravan hand clutched her throat, the other cavo of Oo yet, now that I como to occurred while hu slept in tho cavo of judgment. the force and effect secure Lien retalued to take you us my mate, 1 seo feur lu Oo, and that through his own death he hud now reached u point but a was raised to strike her in the face. payuient of purchase money. Didders Nu saw tint ho could not reach tho your eyes and something else which alone could hu span tho gulf between will be prepared to comply promptly tow days' Journey In a direct llnu frouj What Is It. them and claim her ns his mate. In time to prevent tho blow, but nover was thero before. the ranch. Thu lightly equipped pur- man with these terms. IIo placed the butt of his spear upou Have tho strangers stolcu suers, huvlng knowledge of the route hu might distract his attention for the Nat-ulApproximated debt, interest and tho ground, resting tho vtouo tip cost $7,900.00. your lovo. from Nu?" token by thu Arabs from thu messen- moment that would bo required for Tho man spoke lu a tongue so an- against his heart. Lee Walls, Commissioner. ger who had como to seek their assist-mic- him to reach his side. Claude Mercer, Hardlnsburg, Ky., "I go, Nut-ul,- " hu said simply, "thut cient that In all tho world thero lived From his throat thero rose tho hud not been compelled to follow for plaintiff. warcry of his long dead people, no man who spoko or knew a word of 1 may return ugulu us you would have attorney Ellis, tho spoor of their quarry, but Instead W, T. Owensboro, Ky,, attorbad marched straight across country a cry that brought u hundred Juoglo It, yet to Victoria Custer It was as In- me." girl Tho and tho man were so occu- ney for defendant. to their feet, trembling In telligible as her own English, nor did la a direct Hue for u point which they creatures pied and engrossed with their own believed would bring them ahead of fear or lu rage, uccordlng to their kind. It seem strungo to her that sho tragedy J:hat thejr did not noto the rest- In. ids qwaJauguage.. It brought Abu. Mukurraui upstaud- tho caravan. a Ad Today 5Ae Internal Jover Edgar Rice Inp, too, for In nil Ms life ho had never heard the like of that blood freezing L. C. TAUL Insurance Offlci Grey-strok- Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Torj 's nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Burrougfts Insurance. 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Best plaid llndsey, not less than C yards Host rag carpet, not less than C yards Best home mnde shawl Best display of canned fruit, six pieces Best blankets Host rug In ynm Best rug In rag . hand-made . ..... 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 .. .. .. .. .. o 161. 162. 1G3. BEEF CATTLE. Geo. N. Lyddan and Thos. O'Donoghue, Director In Charge. ..$5 00 .. 5 00 .. Bast combination marc or gelding owned in BrccUenrldge County. $20 00 $15 00 $10 00 $5 00 Total, $135.00 164. ICS. ICC. 1G7. 1GS. Best Bull, 2 years old and over Best Bull, 1 year old and under 2 Best Bull, under 1 year Tloat f!nw. 2 vnars old nnd over ....................................... Best Cow, 1 year old and under 2 Best Cow, under 1 year o o STAKE. 2d. 1st. 3rd. 36?$. Best Roadster Stallion, Mare or Gelding $10 00 $20 00 $10 00 2d 1st mile, two best In three. Running Race. $25 00 Four or moro to start $5 00 1st Running Race. Breckenridge County I'lug Race. mile, 3 or moro to start $7 50 ROADSTER 4th. $5 00 C00 5 00 5 00 .. 5 00 191. 192. Best Raisin Pie Best chocolate cake Best white loaf rake nest Decorated UaKe Best Mitscoog drnko Best Muscoog hen (old) Bronze torn Bronze hen White Holland torn Whlto Holland hen Nnrragansett torn ... Boet Dwinty Fudge Handsomest bucket ot flowers Handramett display of pot plants nest Lemon Pie .... Best Coconmit Pie Best Cherrlo Pie ., Best Sliced Pie FLOWER CLASS. ... .. ., ,, l 1 00 ,,,, .,, 50 $ J.,...,.J,u.$1 00 00 ""go CO CO ............... ....,.... (old)......... ........... ... . 50 50 1 00 $1 00 1 00 $ 1 00 50 TURKEYS. 1st $1 50 - 50 .. 1 00 50 .. .. 1 00 60 .. 1 00 60 .. 2d 19.1. 3rd $2 CO HORSE MULES. W. R. Moorman, Jr. and H. M. Beard, Director In Charge. 1. 2. a 2d $2 50 Best Horso Mule, 3 years old and over Best Horse Mule, 2 years old and under 3 Ttoaf Hnrso Mulo. 1 vonr and under 2 Best Horso Mule under 1 year old (suckling) Best Maro Mule, 3 years old and over Best Mare Mule, 2 years old and under 3 MARE MULES. $" 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 i Third Day Everybody's Day BEEF CATTLE. W. R. Moorman, Jr. and G. N. Lyddan, Directors In Charge. 194. 195. 190. 197. 198. 199. 200. Narragansctt Buff torn . Butt hen ., Toulouse hen . GEESE, 1st ...... ..$1 00 50 .. 1 00 60 - 1 00 $0 60 1 00 1 00 51" Best Best Beat Best 11. Best 7. 8. 9. 10. year old and under 2 Mare Mulo under 1 year old (suckling)., Horse Mulo any age Mare Mule, any age Pair Mules, any age . Maro Mule, 1 JACKS AND JENNETT8. SWEEP STAKES. 37. 38. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 2d 1st 12. 13. 14. 2d $4 00 5 00 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. Best bull, any ago Best cow, any age o DAIRY CATTLE. 1st $10 00 10 00 Best Jack, 2 years old and over Best Draft Stallion, any age Best Draft Mare, any age ..$ 8 00 . 10 00 - 10 00 Thos. O'Donoghue and C. H. Drury, SADDLE HORSES. Geo. N. Lyddan and J. M. Howard, Directors In Charge. Directors in Charge. 1st .$ 6 00 6 00 . Conditions for Judging five gaited saddle horses: Gaits, Conformation, Action, Manners and practical soundness. If two years old and over must show five distinct gaits, If younger to be shown to hand. 15. 16, 17, 18. Best cow, 2 years and under 3 , Best Saddle Maro or Gelding, any age $20 00 6 5 10 7 1st 2d. 3rd. $2 60 . $10 00 10 00 10 00 6 00 C 00 10 00 10 00 2d $3 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 Toulouse gooso Embdcn gander . Embden goose .......... Chlncso gander . Chinese gooso Best pair guineas Best pair Bronzo turkeys.. Ribbons will bo given on all breeds for tho best Pullet, 1st and 2d. Ribbons will bo given on all breeds for tho best Cockerel, 1st and 2d. 209 Best Silver Wyandotte cock 1 00 210. Best Silver Wyandotto hen.. 60 211. Best Golden Wyandotto cock.. .. 1 00 212. Best Golden Wyandotto hen.... 50 213. Best Whlto Wyandotto cock.. 1 00 214. Best Whlto Wyandotto hen 50 .. 215. Best Buff Wyandotto cock .. 1 00 216. Best Buff Wyandotto hen 50 .. 217. Best Rhodo Island Red cock.... 1 00 218. Best Rhodo Island Red hen 50 .. BRAHMAS. 219. 220. 221 ooo 223. gander 2d 1st 00 00 00 00 2d 2 2 6 3 60 60 00 00 Best Suckling Mare Colt Best Suckling Horse Colt Rpat Mnrfpl Stallion. Maro or Gelding 18. Best Walking Mare or Gelding, 3 years or over o BR ECKEN RIDGE COUNTY SPECIAL. This donation is made by the ofllclals of Breckenridge County. County Judge Davis D. Dowell. County Attorney Hal. C. Murray. County Clerk Vic. Robertson. Circuit Clerk Leo Walls. Sheriff Arthur T. Beard. School Superintendent Joe Trent. Jailor A. McMeador. Surveyor It. M. Basham. Treasurer Paul Compton. Health Ofllcer Dr. Jno. E. Kincholoe. Representative Walter E. Hennlnger. Under the following conditions: class of horses must bo owned, prepared and shown by County exhibitors, tThis Stallion, Mare or Gelding owned in Breckenridge County-t- on to fill or no ,show. 4th 3rd 2d 1st Total $55 00 $5 00 $10 00 $15 00 $25 00 LIGHT HARNESS HORSES. Chas. H. Drury and W. R. Moorman, CONDITIONS Gaits, HARNESS CLASSES. Chas. H. Drury and W. R. Moorman, Jr., Directors In Charge. 1st. 3rd. 2d. 47. Best harness mare, 4 years old and over $15 00 $5 00 $2 60 1st 2d 48. Best harness marc, 3 years old and under 4 10 00 5 00 49. Best harness maro, 2 years old and under 3 6 00 10 00 50. Best harness maro or gelding 1 year old and Best Light Brahmns, cock.. ..$1 Best Light Brahmas, hen .. .. Best Dark Brahmas, cock.. .. 1 Host Dark Brahmas, hen.. Best ten chickens ot any ono breed to be owned and exhibited by a Breckinridge Co. breedcr....$5 LEGHORNS. 1st 00 CO 00 50 00 $2 00 224. 22C. 227 228! 229. 230. Best Single Comb cock Best Single Comb Brown hen.. Best Best Best Best Single Single Slnglo Single Comb Comb Comb Comb 1st 1 00 .. CO under 2 5 00 2 50 61. 52. 53. 54. 55. 50. SADDLE CLASSES. Geo. N. Lyddan and J. M. Howard, Directors In Charge. 1st. 2d. Best saddle gelding, 4 years old or over....$15 00 $5 00 Whlto cock... White hen Butt cock Buff hen ORPINGTONS. 1st .. 1 00 GO .. .. 1 00 3rd. $2 50 - CO Best saddle gelding, 3 years old Best saddle gelding, 2 years old Best brood marc with 1915 foal maro to count 50 Best suckling colt, cither Bex mare or gelding, Best walk-tro- t HARNESS and under 4.... 10 0o 1st and under 3 by her side. ;. 5 00 15 00 7 00 10 00 2d 5 00 2 50 5 00 2 50 C any age 1st. $15 00 00 CLASSES. 2d. $5 00 57. 58. 59. Best harness gelding, over '. lyears old and 3 3rd. $2 50 2d 5 00 5 00 Buff Orpington cock. White Orpington Cock 231. Buff Orpington hen- 231 $. Whlto Orpington Hen 232. Buff Orpington cockerel 232 JS. Whlto Orpington Cockerel 2oj. Hurt Orpington pullet 233',i. White Orpington Pullet MINORCAS. 1st ,.$1 00 1 00 230. "50 50 50 50 50 Best harness gelding, Best harness gelding, 2 years old and under years old and under 1st 4.. 10 00 3.. 10 00 Directors In Charge. CO. SADDLE MARES. Conformation, Action, Manners and practical soundness. Judges bear in mind that theso are neither roadster or high stepping classes. 1st. 2d. 19. FOR JUDGING. Best saddle mare, over 4 years old nnd 1st. $15 00 2d. $5 00 3rd. $2 50 234. 235. 230. 237. 23C. 239. 240. 211. 2 12 ' Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Host 3rd. $2 50 2 50 . 20. 201,!!.. Best Harness Stallion, Mare or Gelding, .,....$20 any ago Best Saddle Stallion, Maro or Gelding, any. ago owned in Breckenridge County 15 Conditions 61. 62. 00 00 $10 00 5 00 Best saddle marc, 3 years old and under 4 Best saddle mare, 2 years old and under 3........ SWEEPSTAKES SADDLE CLASS. J. M. Howard and George N. Lyddan, Directors Best saddlo stallion, maro or gelding Best harness stallion, maro or gelding -- o- 1st 10 00 10 00 2d 5 00 5 00 In Charge. ners and practical soundness. Best Stallion, Maro or Gelding, any age. 1st 2d $25 00 $10 00 ROADSTER. for judging, speed, gait, conformation, man3rd 1st $20 00 20 00 2d $10 00 63. 64. $40 00 2d $10 00 10 00 $5 00 Total Runnlng Race. Ys mile, two best In three. 1st ........$25 00 o RACING. Four or moro to start 3rd $5 00 J. M. Howard and H. M. Beard, Directors In Charge of all Racing. mile dash, 4 or moro to start. Running Race. 1st Two best In three $25 00 2d $5 00 3rd $2 60 Running Race. Consolation Race, for all horses not winning race during Fair. 1st mile, 2 best In 3 CATALOGUE OF ARTICLES 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 146. 146. 147. 148. 149. 160. $15 00 2d $10 00 3rd $5 00 1st $3 00 2d $2 00 Running Race. Mules, mile NOT SHOWN IN RING. SECOND DAY Louisville Day $6 00 6 00 SWINE, ALL BREEDS. 7. 8. Thos. O'Donoghue, Director In Charge. Best herd, ono board and two bows, over one year old Best herd, one boar and two sows, under 12 months old BEEF CATTLE. Thos. O'Donoghue, Director In Charge. 21. 22. Herd to consist ot ono bull and three or more females. Best herd over 2 years old Best herd under 2 years old HARNESS HORSES. ..$8 00 .. 7 00 W. R. Moorman, Jr. and H. M. Beard, Director In Charge. 3rd. 2d. 1st. 23. 1st Best harness maro or gelding, 3 years old and 10 00 under 4 .. Best harness maro or gelding, 2 years old and 10 00 . under 3 Best harness mare or gelding, 1 year old and 5 00 under 2 . 15 00 Best harness stallion, 4 years old or over Best harness stallion, 3 years old and under 4.. 10 00 Best harness stallion, 2 years old and tinder 3.. 10 00 Best harness stallion, 1 year old and under 2..' 6 00 o SADDLE HORSES. In Best harness maro or gelding, old and over 4 years $15 00 $5 00 $2 60 2d 6 00 6 00 2 6 6 6 2 60 00 00 00 60 Geo. N. Lyddan and H. M. Beard, Director SI. Charge. 2d. , Beet saddle stallion, 4 years old and 1st $16 00 3rd. $3 60 orer $8 00 1 00 Silk embroidery, any stitch 1 00 Eyelet embroidery, any stitch Specimen braiding . . 1 00 Carving cloth . 1 00 1 00 . Center pleco 1 00 Bureau scarf Table Runners ............... 1 00 Piano cover ................................ Crocheted Bags ................................. Neatest mado suit of ladles' undorwear, four pieces 1 00 Best Embroidered Tablo Cloth nnd Napkins . 1 00 Neatest calico dress . 1 00 Neatest mado shirt waist, wash goods 1 00 . Neatest mado Infant's suit . 1 00 Neatest specimen of button holes. dining cloth . . . 1 00 Hemstitched . 1 00 Sofa pillow 1 00 Lunch cloth $1 00 Cross stitched work 1 00 Pair pillow cases- 1 00 Irish crochot 1 00 .. Punch work 1 00 Fancy handkerchief 1 00 Specimen of point laco Spoclmon of Battenborg laco.. 1 00 Speclmeu of crochoted laco 1 00 1 00 Carrlafo afgban .... Patch work quilt, any kind . Crocheted cotton bed spread, solid or with lino . Crazy quilt, any kind . 1 00 .... Worsted patch work quilt 1 00 Worsted crazy quilt.. apron for lady or child.. 1 00 Neatest Specimen ot Filet Laco Too" Knit counterpano Best drawn work, cotton or linen 00 Best drawn work, linen woolen coverlids 00 Best home-mad- e Best worked bags Hardanger work $i 00 Jean, not less than 6 yds. 1 00 Best home-mad- e 1 00 Best specimen 01 taiung... .". Cotton embroidery, nny stitch 1st $1 00 $ 2d 213. 244. 245. 24C. 217. 248. 249. 250. 251. 252. 253. 254. 255. 256. 257. 258. 259. 260. 261. 262. 263. 204. 2C5. 266. 267. 2C8. 269. 270. 271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 277. 278. 279. 280. 281. 282. 283. 2S4. 285. 28C. 287. 288. 289. Best Best Host Best Best Largest watermelon Best watermelon Best muskntelon Best cantaloupo .......... Largest pumpkin Black Minorca cock. Black Minorca hen... Whlto Minorca cock Whlto Minorca hen Pit Game cock . Pit Game hen Barred Plymouth Rock cock Barred Plymouth Rock hen Whlto Plymouth Rock cock Whlto Plymouth Rock hen... Buff Plymouth Rock cock Buff Plymouth Rock hen bushel German millet seed bushel Whlpporwlll peas unknown peas bushel sweet potatoes 1st $1 00 60 .. 1 00 50 1 00 .. 60 ............ 1 00 CO ....... .. . $1 00 . CO 1 00 CO 1 00 1 .'. 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 50 CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO Best plo pumpkin Half peck largest beets Halt peck largest turnips.... Half peck whlto onions Half peck potato onions...... Half pock red onions.. Half peck yellow onions Best threo Best white Best white Best yellow heads cabbage corn (1015 crop) corn (1915 crop) corn (1915 crop) Best yellow corn (1915 crop) Best bushol wheat $2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 $1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 ....$1 00 .... .... Too Too .. .... 1 00 .... 1 00 .... 1 00 290. half bushel potatoes $1 $2 00 bushel oats 2 peck red tomatoes . peck yellow tomatoes . peck butter beans. peck string beans . dried apples . dried peaches dried pears dried plums.. dried cherries.. display ot canned fruits. C kinds 1 flvo pounds comb honey 1 . ..... Host threo pounds butter 1 Best pint homo-mndblackberry cordial homo-mndBest pint blackberry wino Best pint homo-mndraspberry wino Best pint grapo wino Best display ot fall apples Best display of winter apples Best display ot peaches..- Not less than six kinds and not less than a peck of each kind. Best display of grapes..- -. . . Not less than flvo kinds. Best display of poors.. .. .. .2 Not less than threo kinds and not less than a peck of each kind. Best Best Half Halt Halt Halt Best Best Best Best Best Best Best o o 1st. 2d. CO 3rd. $0 CO 00 50 50 50 50 50 50 60 50 CO CO 1 00 00 00 CO CO CO CO 00 00 00 00 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Too Best Variety of Prior, Best Variety of Burloy, 1st 1915 1915 ., 2d $2 60 2 50 $6 00 .$7 50 ... 7 50 ....$10 00 Too Best Agricultural Display mado by Brecken- ridge County Farmer .... ......... 42. Special by the Bank of Hardlnsburg A Trust Co. The lady winning greatest number ot prises in Floral Hall In Gold oa TURKISH SPY SYSTEM. drcn, of Florida, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J, U. Diggs. i uni 1 1 ni. It Not Only Keeps Tab Upon Stranger, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Britc had for but Spies Upon Itself. their week end guests, Miss M&ttlo NEWS Turkey boasts of more spies to tho and Ed square mllo tlinti nny Orace Howe, of Lewlsport, other country, Howe, of Louisville. ns any ono who has been to Turkey Misses Sue and Maggie Handy spent will ngrcc. Teachers Institute August 30- The peculiar thing about these splc Wednesday in Louisville. 13 that they theinclvc cnmiot bo Base Ball Game Brings Vic "Amy of the Circus" and five new trusted, so that n regular chain of vaudeville nets on Emerfon's Golden spies Is tho tory to Hardinsburg Boys. result. There nre spies to Rod Showboat here August '2. spy upon tho spies. Miss Minnie Woslfolk has returned The government oMclals have their HARDINSBURG NEWS NOTES. to Brandenburg, after a short visit own spies to wntch other people, but even the great authorities themselves with friends. being spied upon. Theie ts no wuv to success but Rev. Wilson anil a number of the are nlready What Is more, the method of spying through u clear, strong purpose. A church members held services at the Is fjulto open, for tho spies will stand mi mute underlie; character, culture, attainment ot whatever sort. T. T. home of Mrs, Hioda Dowell Monday by wherever two or three foreigners afternoon. Mud er. arc gathered together nnd listen to tho Visitors to Turkey natu Messrs. George Harris, WillicHlggs, conversation. J. C. Payne and daughter, Miss Sunle Hob Hanks and Koss Foushec, of Lou rally get worried over such attentions, Thomas I'ayne, of Irvlngton, have been Isvillc, epent the week end at the especially when It might bo their bad luck to bo followed about for weeks or the R esis of Mrs. Mary C. Heaton. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dlggs. months. M lse Hoben ami Sheila Ktgin Miss Sue Bandy had for hor guests It Is tho "uninitiated" visitor who Poole are at home from Cloverport Tuesday the Misses Comptoti, of Allen, usually receives tho most attention, where they have been the guests of Texas, who are visitors in Hardins since he or sho will carry on converfriend and relatives. burg. sation In n quiet undertone. Tho per Ur. Norman, of WashinRlon, D. C A number of our citizens attended son who knows Turkey converses In a loud tone for all nnd sundry the spies has returned to his home after n visit the barbecue at Webster Saturday. especially to hear that he Is only civ to his brother, Rev. James Norman. Mr. aud Mrs. Joe McGhee, of Louis gaped In pleasure or legitimate bus! Miss Kloise Hook will go to Howling ville, have been guests of Mr. F. H. ness, and tho wlso man leaves the topic Green this week to spend her vacation McGhee. of polities severely alone. London M. D. Beard broke thirty four tar Misses Thelma and Margaret Beau- - Answers. gets out of thirtvfive last Wednesday champ, of Leitchfield, arrived Sunday CAPTURING A MODEL. at a meeting of the Gun Club out in ts visit Mrs. D. W. Henry. Park addition. Miss Marv Alexander and Mr. Leo Complexion That Delacroix Could Mrs. T. H. Withers will leave the 28th Hhodes. of Louisville, spent the week Not Let Escape. guest end with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Alexan for Christiansburg, Va., to be the Delacroix, the painter, was walking der. of relatives and friends for a month. Kev. Kascr preached at the Meth out one day iu Paris with a friend of Mrs. Helen Ebely and daughter, Vir odist church Sunday morning and his when ho fell Into a brown study. giuia, and Miss Mary Dejarnette, of "What Is lip with you now?" said the Louisville, are the guests of their school and civic league held a friend. The "I can't get a certain shado of yelbrother, Hubert Dejarnette, and Mrs call meeting Monday afternoon in Dr. low," replied tbo artist. Parks' office. Dejarnette. "What sort of yellow?" Mr. and Mrs. Larue Cox, of Oakland, A number of people have visited the Just then a cab drovo past Sinking. spent Sunday with Mrs. Sue Jolly. camping party at the Falls of "The very thing!" the painter gasped Mr. and Mrs. Adle Kendall and Mrs. out "Stop, Btop!" Among the number are the following: from Webster "I am engaged," tho cabby replied Mr. and Mr. Percy Beard, Mrs. Sallie Jim Kurtz, motored Sunday and were guests of Mr. and without stopping. Beard, Misses Mary Frances Wolf, Mrs. Matt Payne. Delacroix started In pursuit and at a Lillian Beard, Louise Moorman, M. B. steep place in the Rue des Martyrs Kincheloe, Howard and Russell Hook Mr. Mercer's New Car. Opening tho door, overtook the cab. The theatrical treat of the season, Claude K. Mercer, of Hardinsburg, he said In tones of entreaty to tbo pas"Amv of the Circus." on Emerson's senger Inside: received his handsome new automobile, Showboat Monday, August 2. "Do please tell your driver to stop. a Bulck, on the boat from Louisville I want your complexion for a painting Rev. Palmer, of Louisville, filled the Sunday. This is the second machine on which I am at work. There Is a pulpit at the M. E. church, South, Sun- Mr. Mercer has purchased. They are color merchant close nt hand. I shall day morning. very useful in his law practice. not detain you nbovo five minutes, and Judge D. D. Dowell, Mrs. Dowell, In acknowledgment of the service you Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell will go render mo I will present you with a FARM BOYS IN "BASEBALL. sketch of my picture." to Cincinnati this week on Mr. Chs. The bargain was struck. Delacroix Drury's boat trip. Manager Think They Outclass the got his yellow, and a few months later Sunday in Glen City Bred Youngsters. Moorman Ditto spent the "fare" received a sketch of his "The other day I Inquired of a major "Assassination of the Archbishop of Dean with friends. Rev. James Norman has gone to league manager what class of young Liege." men he wanted, for his team," writes Providence, R. I., to spend a month Hugh S. Fullerton In Farm and Fire The People of China. Rev. Henry, of with his parents. side. There arc about sixty different peoCloverport, held mass Sunday morning. Give me the farmer, he replied In ples, or tribes, which go to make up Misses Linnie Walls and Jane Light-fo- stantly. 'Tho chances for his falling tho population of China. Practically spnt last week with Miss Mury victim to the temptations of baseball s of the population is to bo nre fewer. Ho may not be as well found In China proper, the great maLaRue Beard at her country home. posted as to city ways, but In one sea jority being of the Chinese race. With E. B Weathers, of Elkton, will inson you cannot tell tho difference. struct the Institute this year. Prof. They come larger, stronger, live clean- the exception of a few Iranians nnd a few people of the all of the Weathers comes highly recommended er and think more clearly than city Chinese population hill tribes,physically, belongs, insti- boys do. Besides, tho majority as an institute instructor. The of them to various branches of the great tute will begin August 30. have tho right idea in view. They family. Tho government of Rev. S. K. Hunt and son, Hayward, wnnt to get money to buy n farm. the republic recognized five principal yes, ten years ago tho ma races when designing the new flag, Twenty, have gone to Louisville. On account league baseball teams wore recruit which replaces the yellow dragon of of Rev. Hunt's health he has been giv-e- u jor ed almost entirely from the larger the old national ensign with five stripes a vacation until Conference meet. cities. Cincinnati led In production for crimson, yellow, white, blue and Mrs. Lula Dutschke and son, of years, then Boston, then St. Louis. black symbolical of tho live races com Louisville, will arrive this week to visit A dozen years ago 150 per cent of the prised In the Chinese people, Mongol, her muthtr, Mrs. Rachel Dejarnette, major league players hailed from Now Chinese, Manchu, Mohammedan and Kugliiiid and from the Atlantic states. Tibetan. and other relatives. Now more than CiO per cent of all Rev. J. E. Meng and family arrived History. major league players come from farms i Satunlay night and will make this their or from small villages, History Is n voice forever sounding and the farms home. Rev. Meng filled his appoint produce a greater number of good across the centuries the laws of right munt at the Baptist church Sunda players than come from any other and wrong. Opinions niter, manners I change, morning uad evening. He will soou place. creeds rise nnd fall, but tho " 'Uube Waddoll, ltubo Marquard, moral law Is written on the tablets of change the services to the lourth SunUube Ellis, ltubo Benton a score of i eternity. For ever" false word or un day. righteous deed, for cruelty and oppres. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman and rubes have shows In major league slon, for lust or vanity, tho price has baby, Mary Louise, of Harned, were iii baseball, and their nickname once wns to be paid at last not always by tho ono of ridicule. Not now. Managers town last Friday. of major league baseball teams are chief offenders, but paid by soino one. Glen Dean and Hardinsburg played a looking for rubes, nnd when they say Justice nnd truth alone endure and game of base ball here Saturday after-noo- Hube they mean, not the uncouth or live. Injustice and falsehood may bo The game resulted in a score of the nwkward recruit, but tho clean long lived, but doomsday comes nt last cut, clean living boy from the fnrm.' " to them In French revolutions and 7 to 0 in favor of the home boys. other terrible ways. James Anthony , Mr. McChesney, candidate for Gov-Froude. WHERE THE MAIDS WOO. und Airs. McChesney, of FrankSoldiers and Mustaches. fort, were in town Saturday. Mr. Mc The suggestion that soldiers should Chesney addressed a large crowd at the Capturing a Husband In India Is an Ordeal at Times. be clean shaven would not havo com Court House in the afternoon. The It would be a great mistake to mended Itself to Victor Emmanuel II., ladles were on hand always ready to Imagine that there are no countries who held It Incumbent on a soldier to give any one iu fuvor of prohibition where tho bashful bachelor does not look ferocious. Olio of his first acta their support. In assuming the royal dignity after tho have to wait and be wooed. William Ditto will arrive home from Is the Torres Straits Islands, for In- battle of Novum was to chango what Bowling Green this week to visit his stance, It is the height of bad form for he called his "milksop's appearance" a young mail to make tho first ad- by applying black dye to his hair and mother, Mrs. Hattle Ditto. vances in wooing. Kvcn after the pre- mustache, which were naturally fair. Mr. and Sirs. John O'Reilly, Jr., will liminary steps, which consist of the This ho continued to use until his go to housekeeping in Mr. J. W. Teaff's exchange of bracelets, everything Is death, always applying the dye himproperly on Fourth street. not plain sailing. A girl heads a mcs- - self, for ho hated barbers or valets to sagu to a young uiau to meet her, and come near him. London Chronicle. nspiTii flnnuunutmtnid iiiiiniuinriiriiTnf ' Second Annual MASONIC PICNIC Irvington, Ky. aturday, July 31 195 The biggest and best Barbecue given in the county this year. Make your plans now to attend. This will be a record breaker event Amusements of all Descriptions Bracss Band! Music All Day Ice Cream Fine Dinner Cold Drinks I I Big Crowd, Morning and Afternoon ot nine-tenth- Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE j Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. J u. The Pyramid of Success Louise Collier Wilcox writes of tho qualities of a successful woman and gives them as follows: Tenderness, Patience, Brains, Humor, Reliability, Persistance, Sense of Value, Sympathy, Health, The article is valuable to every woman Self-Contr- ol Refreshing Short Stories Delightful Styles for Summer Are among tho splendid articles A New Way to Can Vegetables For Perspiration Odors An excellent desdoraut is "l'enslar Sorbatal." Dust it lightly under the arms und on the body. It neutralises all odors. 25 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. IRVINGTON. Miss Louise Taylor, of Hardinsburg, Is the guest of MUs Virginia Head. Wilburn Parks has returned from a trip to Covington. Joe Piggott Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott. Mrs. Lula Dutschke and Miss, Lillian Oranel, of Louisville, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater. Miss Dorothy Dowell, of Louisville, Is visiting Miss Eva I'ayne. Mr. and Mrs. Klrby Ulain and etui Press. If nil goes well sho urges him to namo the day. When matters huvo gone as far us this It is no longer necessary for I1I111 to play tho part of tho modest violet, and he replies, "Tomorrow, If you wish." Then they go homo nnd o tell their relatives, who promptly the occasion by a general melee. Among some of the rude tribes of India tho woman's courtship is a less agreeable experience. If tho man of her choice does not respond sho takes a Jar of rice beer and sits down iu his house. The women of the family know what tho rlco beer means, and If they do not want tho marriage to "coino oft" they nro allowed to use any means short of personal violence to eject tho fair wooer from their doors. They may put pepper In the fire, drench her with witter, or load her with opproblous epithets, but to gala tho man of her choice the lady has only to bold out for soino two or three hours and tho bridegroom Is hers. Detroit Free ecle-brat- In The August Delineator Sluggish Livers. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pate and Louise Rice spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. "Haven't you any larger checks?" "No," said tbo tailor. "These aro tho SAMPLE NEWS largest I have." "I fear you havo not a very extensive lino of cloth." Donald Eskridge was in Owenstoro "These are about as large as checka visiting relatives. come In cloth. I might possibly mako last week Sidney Armstrong left here July 13, you up a vest out of linoleum." Louisville (.'oiirler-Joiirna- l. Selecting a Vest. "What a Upper Is! txpenso In "Is ho so wlll."-rittsburgli Perfect Cinch. very fortunate woman Mra. Her husband never spares gratifying her every wish." tery rich?" "No. hut Mrs. Tipper Is ouo of those n viable people who can havo hysterica Press. it A Which? When a mini Insists on classifying ill vomen ns fools the evldenco la wclr.Viy that either he or his wlfi nari'U'd one, Washington Post. He good to your liver. Use "Penslar Thomas Goatley, near Cloverport. Liver Saline" and your liver will be Miss Lena Rice was the guest of Miss good to you. It outsells any liver mediUese Tlnlus, of Mattlngly, Friday and cine in Cloverport. 85 and 50 cents at Saturday. Wedding's Drug Store. Mrs. George Taul was the guest of for Illinois. ber mother, Mrs. R. A. Pate, of Clover- - : Read the Want Ads. Owen Laslie and Donald Eskridge port, Saturday. . were the guests of Miss Mabel Shell, Mrs. Cornelia Burk died Sunday at man and Miss Virginia Whltworth Sun PISGAH o'clock at the home of her daughter, day afternoon. Mrs. Katie Jones. Mrs. Ida Armstrong, who has bet-Sunday School Convention will meet visiting relatives at Kineyville for the at I'isgah August 8. All are invited to LaxaMan last two weeks, has returned home. attend. Miss Myrtle Armstrong was the guest Mrs. McGovem and daughter. lie. For constipation, biliousness, Indl. of his aunt Saturday night and Sunday, atrice, of Louisville, are the guests oi gestlon, stomach and liver trouble., Mrs. Scott Pcckinpaugh, of Hazel Dell, .. TT Mrs. Wm. McGovern, at Free. 11 out tuivai t uuk.1UCtVCr LUBU CUIUIUBI Miss Mary Ryan entertained a tiura salts, or any laxative you have ever Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles hive yielded to Doau's Ointment. ber of girls last Thursday in honor of used, we pay the money back quick. Miss Corena Quigglns, of Cloverport. 50c at all stores. ?Oia nv WPf fl tlff'l I rnn Ktnr I f.