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The Breckenridge news: July 28, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915072801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 28, 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 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XL COr-,C. FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 4 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. 1915. Prepare Now To; Attend Cloverport's Big Barbecue! I non T Cloverport, Thursday, August 12, 1915 The Town That Put The "Cue" In Barbecue on nor. nor. HOI ( Watch for the Big Ad. in Next Week's Issue IOC the question of State wide prohibition Other men saw n chance to thrive. to the people for their decision. 181. MARY'S IN THE Owners of automobile trucks for 10 Let's hear from the other candidates. or in cents a head, carried passengers Logan Hickerson. over the Clark street bridge, from WODDSPICNIC FINE which vantage point they could look Freak Potatoes. at tho disaster. W. C. I'ate got out of his garden TTndertaklng rooms In tho downtown district and those close In on tho seven potatoes grown around one larne People of McQuady Community north and west sides, wore filled with potntoe. It it the greatest vegetable Have Nice Annual Barbecue. mourners. Bodies which wero there freak of the season. had been Identified and had beeu Contests, Music and Dinner. turned over to undertakers to bo preOld Time Way Harvesting. pared for burial. SEVERAL PRIZES GIVEN. Harry C. Molr said that If tho EastThe old time records of four and five land had taken on ballast In tho river acres of wheat a day by a man with a she would nevor have been ahlo to cradle seem impossible at present, acThe annual barbecue given at St. move with tho load of passengers, cording to the re'ports from Western Mary's In The Woods Saturday was but would havo grounded. He said It was customary for the Eastland, on harvest fields, where conditions have the scene of a large crowd of McQuady The nay was all her trips, to go to tho deeper wat- forced the return to this ancient farm- people and their friends. ers of the harbor before taking on ing implement. Might men, the pick ideal, the program was interesting and sufllclont ballast to make a vessel en- of a harvesting force, tried for a a fine dinner was donated by the Cathrecord on a Barton county, tirely safe. Kan- olic church members. The picnic was sas, farm. The best they could do was a financial success. The prizes were six acres lu a day, an average of less awarded as follows: The bean guessReal Estate Deal. than an acre each. The cradler is ing contest by Jonut Alexander. He Mr. C. L. Beard, the real estate man gone, ills glory passed with the and Old Squires guessed the same who wielded a sickle alt week number l.OO and had to toss a coin, of Ilardinsburg, closed a deal last week with Mr. John T. Uoben for the tract If necessary aud preach all Sunday. Mr. Alexauder the winner. The coruf land lying in the northern part of Modern machinery has supplanted him rect number was ,C'.)3. The first prize Hardingsburg and known as the Tom on tho farm as It has other forms of was a barrel of llmir. The second Rhodes farm. This is a very desirable hand workers in the factories of the prize, 100 pounds sack of bran, won piece of real estate aud is the last large city New York Sun. by Chas Bowls; and the third prize, one bushel of meal, was won by J. H. tract lying this close to the center of the town. Willis. CHENAULT. Mr. Beard is having the property Miss Sarah Jane Newby won the surveyed and into small gold watch donated by 1'ete Sheeran. Mrs. Horace Scott, of Greensburg, tracts to supply the demand of folks Ind., came Sunday to spend pigs, a pair of the remain Jesse Howard, jr., the who want to get within reach ot the der of the summer with her mother. Durocks, donated by Lou Rhodes. splendid .schools and churches. The Rev. Knue received many conMrs. Z. Hrodie. These tracts will be of any size to gratulations on his annual barbecue Mrs. Grace Moss, of Louisville, Is the purchaser, and will be sold on easy event and the splendid management of visiting relatives. terms. the event. 'A number of Uoverport Sister Marv, of Bethlehem, visited her people were present and they are exHow to Prepare For p.ireuts. Mr. aud Mrs. J. S. Manning. pecting to see m.iny of their McQuady Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Allen, Mr. and friends here Saturday, August l!i. Hot Nights. Sleep on Mrs. Millard Allen and son. of New York, are visiting their parents, Mr. Golden Girl Sold, On the "Iixchange" page of the Au- and Mrs. Abraham Allen. apgust Woman's flume Companion The excursion boat, Golden Girl, was pear ideas ami suggestions which readers Bad Memory. sold at tins port Saturday at public piece ot auction. Flatlmsh You've got have found practical aud helpful. One It was bid in by Rounds & contributor tells as follows, how .she dis- thread about your thumb. of Owensboro, for $3.51. Ves, wife put it there Jesse, Bensonhurst covered a method fot inducing sleep: "How to secure a good night's sleep to remind me to mall her letter. Rockport Fair. "Did you mull It?"' in hot weather is often a most trying "Sure thing." problem, especially to the sick. Here is The Hockport, Ind., fair will be held "Why don't you remove the thread I pour a method that 1 find successful: from August 18 to 21, the last day will then.?" cold water into a hot water bottle until "Oh, I'm keeping that on to remind be held au automobile race. $.'00 will about half full, screw top partly on, then mc to tell her that I forgot to put a be given to the winner of the 50 mile with one hand, squeeze upper part of stamp on It." Vonkcrs Statesmnu. raze. bottle until all air lias been forced nut. J Then I tighten the top, and a soft, plisxssmmwsBSBaea I wrap this in able pillow is the result. a towel, or slip it inside the pillowcase, and lay my head so that the bottle is at the back of my neck. In a few moments I am cool aud comfortable aud sleep quickly follows. Just try it some night.' Cart-wright- s, d 11 1 probated in the county court Monday. She bequeathed her estate to her children, and named her son, Chas. I'. Sawyer, as executor withot't bond. The T will was witnessed by John A. Harry and R. T. I'olk. away. MOURNERS SEEK SHIP VICTIMS Many Anxious Thousands Pass This Season Will be Given by Wagon Load of Wheat ' Runs Over Small Boy. the, Congregation of St. Rose Church August 12. BIG A . PLANS ON FOOT. big barbecue, and the first since be trlven Thursday, August 12, at tho beautfu' A varied and exSkilltnan Grove. tensive program is being arranged for the barbecue which will be given by the congregation of St. Kose church. Big posters will come from the press of The Breckenridge News this week and complete plans will be announced in the paper next week. Tremendous crowds are expected from all over the county and from the entire line of the Henderson Route. Earl Weatherholt Dies at His The people of Cloverport are delighted III Only Home in Tobinsport to have another big barbecue and the a Few Weeks. city will open wide her gates to the ,blg crowds expected. Earl Weatherholt died of typhoid fever yesterday morning at Tobinsport Two Accidents. Mr Allen Jennings, was kicked by a after an illness of several weeks. mule and seriously hurt last week. Mr. Weatherholt's death was a great shock Jennings is at his country home near to his family. He leaves a wife and his brother, Ernest Weatherholt. The here. Mr. A. R. Fisher was hurt in a run- young men had recently started a con He was fectionery and bakery here, and were away Saturday afternoon. driving In the buggy of Mr. James Mr. Weatherholt also leaves his par Tinius and the horse became frightenHis injuries were ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Weatherholt an automobile. ed at The father purchased the business of slight. The Mr. Wm. Gibson for his sons. death brings sorrow and keen grief to Attend the Picnic. the whole family. Cloverporters should make it a point Funeral arrangements will be made to attend the picnic at Irvlngton next today. Saturday, July 3I. The people up there are very liberal in their attendShip THeir Wheat. ance at our barbecues and it is nothing Tohn Livers. R. H. Nevitt and J. W. right that we should show the same but kind of spirit. They are expecting a Haggin, Basin Springs, shipped their big crowd from thiscity and Uiey should wheat to the McQuady Milling Company for storage. They all had splen have it. did crops, testing 60. Will Probated. i!H3 for Cloverport, will well-Hke- Franklin T. De Jernette, the 5 year Through Morgue, old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harnev De Jernette, of McQuady, happened to a very painful nccideiit Tuesday of last week. ENACTED SCENES He was riding on a load of wheat and TRAGIC fell off the wagon and the front wheel pasted over him. He fell on his, face the wheel running over the small of his Strong Men Flee Weeping From the back. The little fellow was picked up Temporary Morgue of the Eastland unconscious, but recovered in a short Victims, Unable to Bear Up Under time and strange to say he was out at Their Sorrow. the picnic Saturday, sound and well. Chicago, July 2G. Stunned by tho blow of the steamship Eastland disaster Saturday, Chicago Is yot groping among Its unclaimed dead In efforts to Identify the victims. "In tho inmo of God, I nsk you to go away avd lot those seeking for relatives and friends como In and identify their dead." With those words Coroner Peter Hoffman addressed the thousands who stood outside tho Second Regiment armory when tho doors were thrown open. Twonty at a time, tho anxious seekers were admitted to tho great death chamber. Whilo those on tho outside, waited their turn, tragic scenes In endless number wore enacted within tho walls of tho massive emergency morgue. Mothers, sisters, and daughters walked slowly between tho long Hno3 of dead, hoping and yet not Time and again a slnglo scream told of the discovery of somo loved ono, while often there wns only a sups sob pressed, choking, as tho mother collapsed bcaldo the body of her child. Strong men, hardened to tragedy, broko down and fled weoplng from tho building, utiablo to bear up under this greatest tragedy of all. Othor men, finding a wlfo, mother, or sister among tho dead, collapsed llko women. Still others moved about tho great morguo aB though In a trance. Hero and thero an hysterical laugh told of some mind strained beyond tho breaking point. Tragedy was written on every faco, tragedy that defies description. All through tho night and tho day scores of firemen worked In tho river, where tho great hull of tho lake steamer lies on Us side, taking from tho dark waters, bodies of men, worn-oand children, whoso lives wore cut off without warning. When bodies wero Identified at tho temporary morguo In tho Second Regiment armory, they wero taken away by relatives, and almost Immediately the places vacated wero filled ly other bodies, brought from tho river by the police ambulances. Other thousands hurried toward tho r.vor to watch tho work of rescue, bat found their way barred by a strong lino of policemen, who hold them back. Tho larger nurabbr of bodies recovered vero taken out of tho water about tuo middle of tho river, and opposite tho submerged part of tho hurricane On many thousands, however, tho awfulness of tho calamity seemed to rest lightly. Other steamship lines, filled their sailing dates, and excursion boats left dockB which wero within a stono's throw of tho unfortunate Eastland. Looking from the decks down Into the waters where hundreds of other jexcurslonlsts perished only a few hours ago, pleasure loving Chicago was unafraid. It filled the othor boats and with music and dancing, probably carefree and without sadness, sailed hop-ins;. hcart-hreaklnn The will of Mrs. Franc's Sawyer was Read the Want Ads. McQuady Milling Co. Little Johnny Smith Teacher Johnny, what on earth is the matter with you? Little Johnnie Thomas licked mol Teacher Thomas, what does this mean? I never know you Boo-Hoo; IRVINGTON PHARMACY The Drug Store That Saves You Money! King-Fagle- y. Boo-Ho- Boo-IIo- o. to bo so cruel before. and put his pieco of bread in my lunch basket. Teacher Well, what is tho difference? was Thomas There is a lot of difference. My mudo out of McQuady Milling Company's Patent Flour aud his wasan't. (asido) What in tho world can I do with u boy Teacher like that? Don't Forget to Write us for Prices. JUST LOOKl Wo pay tho freight on 400 pounds or more! Thomaslight-brealight-bread - Well, ho stole my do. Several Cloverport friends received following announcement: Mr. and Mrs. John Pardee King announce the marrirge of their daughter Marcla Marie to Mr. Walter Stone Fagley on Wednesday, the twenty-firs- t of July, nineteen hundred and fifteen Union City, Indiana. At home after September first, Dates- ville, Indiana. Mr. King was professor of the Cloverport High School several yart ago the Remember We Stand Between You and High Prices! Get Our Prices on Spices Before Buying Elsewhere Lex's Straw Hat Cleaner will Give You a New Hat for 10c Explains His Position On the Liquor Question. Hardlnsbnrg, Ky., R. 2, July 26. When I anuounced for Representative I told the people I favored laws. 1 stand for the same today an amendment to the County Unit; furthermore, I shall be willing to submit antl-llqu- Kodak! We Will do Your Kodak! Printing and Developing. McQUADY MILLING COMPANY, McQUADY, KY. Indoors or out. on your travels or at home, KODAK is at your service; and it means photography with the bother left out. TEUTON LINES BATTLE TO DEATH IN ROENSQF HOUSE French Use Furniture to Kill Their Foes, BOTH SIDES WERE TRAPPED Germans Pulled Through Riddled CellOne ing and Clubbed by Invaders Frenchman Was Armed With a Leg of a Statue of Venus Machine Gun Active. Of nil the tragic. Intense minor engagements of tho war, that of the light by which the French captured tho Chateau of Vcrmelles, nt the end of fifty days' battling for possession of tho The correstown. Is most thrilling. pondent of tho London Post nt tho Ilrlt-Is- h headquarters In Franco tells of tho fight as follows: "The story of the struggle may seem Incredible to those who havo tn'icn no part In this stylo of lighting. After several futile nttempts nt n direct tho French commenced to carry a mlno underneath tho chateau, but It exploded Just outside. An Immense cavern yawned In front of them, nnd tho bodies of Germans were flung In all All that was to bo seen of directions. tho enemy was tho shapeless mass of what had been n man half driven A CLOVERPORT Chas. D. Arnett MAN'S EXPERIENCE Results Tell the Tale. SLOW DOWN - OF n'crpi County Small Farm Addition Better Hurry You folks who have been wanting a small farm near Force Way Across the Narew River, to the North. AT OTHER Can you doubt the ovldcnca of this I Cloverport citizen? You can verify Cloverport ment. Head this: J C. WeathcrhoU, endorse- Hardinsburg can now sell or trade you just what you wan't Any size tract and you don't have to pay all cash. A cash payment and easy terms on deferred payments. POINTS HALTED Russians Threaten the Flank of Field Mcrchal von Mackensen Along the River Bug Make Strong Defense Agclnst Invading Foe. London, July 26. It Is only In the northern point of tho lines, which the for more than a week havo been trying to close around Warsaw and tho IltiS3lan armies In tho polish salient, has tuado any progress during the last few days. This point has forced Its way across tho N'araw river between tho fortresses of Ptiltusk and Ilozen and Is advancing toward tho Hug river, which stands for tho greater part of the way between It and the Warsaw Vllna railway, Us objective. In offering stubborn resistance to the German advance, tho ItusslanB are making a continual threat at Von Mackensen's flank along the Hug river, from the east ot Chelm to east Between Krylow and of Lomberg. Sokal their attacks have been partic-ular- y severe, compelling tho Germans to send reinforcements, probably intended to support Von Mackensen, to met them. The other point, which Field Mar-fehvon Mackensen is directing at railway, has hardly tho Chelui-Ltibllgained a yard of ground since It reached the vlllago of Helovetz, Just south ot tho railway. While Warsaw Is under heavy pressure the have a lot of stiff work before them It they aro to brln,; its capture. After crossing tho Narew they still havo tho broader Uug, lined with fortresses, to Austro-Cermnns Austro-German3 grocer, cloverport, says: "I had little Idea that I would ever be well again. I had settled up my affairs, believing It would bo impossible for me to last a great while longer. The pain In my back was terrible, especially when I stooped It seemed as if some one had run a knife Into me. My heart action was Irregular. 1 became dizzy and often had to catch hold of something to keep from falling. My knee joints were swollen to twice their normal size nnd I had lost weight until I was a more skclton. The kidney socretlons contained sediment and the passages were painful. Doctors' medicine did me no good, neither did the kidney cures. Doan s Kidney Pills, procured at Fisher's Drugstore, soon cured me." Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that n Mr. Wcatherholt had. Co., Props , Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mllbur- But Don't Wait ! They are in town 2 at farm land prices Bardinsburg, and will all be gone before you know it. C. L--. BEARD, :: Ky. Democratic Candidate - FOR Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Secretary of State I wish I could moot every Domocrat Opposite Union Station "Machine gunners In the chateau, with that nappy Indifference to everything, tilted their weapons over the windows, determined to sandbagged kill friend and foe together. The utmost depression, however, which could bo given their guns only enabled them to hit odd corners of the trenches, but In their desperate attempt to kill something they fired belt after belt, sweeping to and fro that awful scythe of steel and, like Death himself, were nt being outwitted. Germans Hold Two Floors. San Francisco, Cal., July 26. WI! "The garrison of the chateau. IrritatHam Hale Thompson, mayor of Chied by the impotence of their machine In guns, wcro dragging a couple of tho caSo. and his party, about eighty guns out to play from the sandbagged all, left here on a special train for porch. The Germans were una ware ot unicago, ioreKuiB twenty-fiv- e or thirty Frenchmen who celebration Tuesday at the exposition, had gained tho shelter of the house which brought them here. MAKES DEMAND ON TURKEY walls. These, as the door of the cba- - j teatl. which barred their hopes, so nn- - , cxpcctedly opened, leaped with u joy- - Trt Ql IHC D AMP CflR Italy Expects Immediate Release of J fLHUL DLHlllL lUII mis yell upon the emerging Germans.! Italian Citizens. who. encumbered by guns, tripods nnd Rome, July 2i. It is expected hete belts, gave way before the onslaught EASTLAND DISASTER that Turl'.ct' will reply within three and either were bayoneted or shot or j days to the Italian demands for the escaped to the first story of the Immedia'e release of Italian citizens chateau. who have been detained in Smyrna "Thus there were Germans on tho Investigation to Mm, a'ld that formal apol- first floor of the chateau and In the Searching and I. ! ogy miide for tho arbitrary reriuisleelbir. with the French on the ground lion by the. Tuilcit:h authorities of an Hour between them. Be Made, Italian steamer, lb" Italian govern"After an attempt to curry the stair-- . nn lit has aliio aukeel for assurances j case leading to the Germans above bad , that Turkish op.eers will not proceed been flung back the French n tho now Chicago, July 2C Chicago to Libia, whom It Is feared they ground lloor Megan to lire upward through the celling, and the Germans mluht foment conlerablo trouble. 11 for tllQ aa '.ove then, fired down. The German, If the demands aro not acceded to -.- . without condition hostilities will be even innnaged to get nil part or tlio and 1,1 V10 h1U,0t 4 ' "Ivor belt of ,. machine gun. but the effort Initiated by Italy against Turkey and deathboat for tho bodies of tho vie neutral governments will be informed proved disastrous. Such a fusillade- Urns; while the morgues aro filled from below was concentrated on tho of a war between Italy and Turkey, spot the ceilings were falling in with tho lamentations of the bereaved which, however, will not ha formally every that direction: the air was scarcely , and the cemeteries are receiving tho declared. breathable with dust and smoke; men harvest of dead, all authorities hav-- ' Tho foreign olllcu has been confi- were collapsing, shot through the whole, ing Jurisdiction havo opened their In- dentially informed that tho length of their bodies, and the din was vestlgatlons. in Turkey has been Instigated . Indescribable. The federal government, tho state, by Germany with the object of provok- ' tho county and the city are searching Leg Through Ceiling. Seiie ing war between tho two countries to . fnr (ho muses nf tho disaster. prevent Italian reinforcements being will determine who was guilty imuuii uiv I'uuiiiK. t lUiijjF ur uj iuii ot Th sent to France. negligence and take steps for tho for It. ana a couple of Turkos mine n nnnlshmcnt of those responsible. . City Block Burns at Poughkeepsle ,..,. n ..Who Is to blame?' Is tho vital cmiirmle Poughkoophlo, N. Y., July 2G. An i uut hio cclllus was too riddled to Question to which tho combined au- entlro city block of buildings, includ- - witbstaud it. Another leg came through thorltles will seek the answer. Ing tho D. W, Wilbur Lumber com- - t li o celling, and a cluster or" men set-- 1 Tho great questions to be settled pany, tho plants of Armour nnd com- - tied on to It like flies, dragging the, aro:" Was tho Eastland overcrowded? pany anil Swift and company, and the owner through the floor, his fuce scrap-- ' if B0, who Is to blame? Was Its Huberts Paper company, as cd of all flesh on It n be came through er ballast out of adjustment? If so, the celling. well an tho Central Now England wno Is to blamo? "Then the beams of tho lloor began j Was tho carrying capacity of tho railroad freight station and twenty freight cars destroyed by lire, which rending nnd clashing. Tho upper sto- - jij.fatcd icastland overrated by lnspec-starteIn tho lumber yard. A cou- - He "t the chateau, already more or tor8 of ,he feUeral government? If i l"s. began to topple. servatlvo estimate of tho damage Is who ,g tQ blamo? ''Through the break " the floor slid , I200.WO. Pedorsen,, and the ',. masonry, fur- .. . a horrible confusion of - railface, while in tho Lublin-Chelway, which might prove tho undoing of the army which attacked them. In Alsace, whero tho French have been steadily pressing forward during tho last month, a new success was won. A poweiful defensive work constructed by the Germans between la Fontenelle and Taunols, was captured by assault and all o Ulcers and ."2." men were made prisoners. As an Indication of the sweeping nature of the success the war otlice announces that only 70 prisoners were wounded. The positions gained here were further organized, in spite of a heavy bombardment by the Germans, and tho French forces aro complete mas-tor- s of their newly acquired ground. IClsewhero on the front there have been infantry engagements, though at several places lively cannonading occurred. through n garden wall." Germans Crazed by Explosion. The correspondent then describes tho condition of the German soldiers caught in trenches which had been dug Into the garden In front of the house. 'Tho men In tho trenches Instead of firing at them (tho Frenchi were groping about confusedly as though It wcro pitch dark, pawing at each other's faces and feeling about for their arms. The tremendous bhocl: of the explo sion so close nt hand had blinded nnd deafened some and deprived others ot their senses. "Scarcely understanding their good fortune, the French leaped on the dis tracted men, and a weird struggle followed In the narrow trenches between the half crazed Germans and their as WILLIAM H. THOMPSON Chicago Mayor Hurries Home From San Francisco Fair. Kentucky brforo the August PriI will, That Is Impossible. therefore, ask you to votu for me August 7, In tho Primary, and again November 2, In tho general election. Then come to seo mo In the Secretary of State's Oflico at Frankfort. By my faithful services I will make you glad you nominated and elected me to that Important office. My record as a Democratic Senator from tho 34th District (Morgan, Wolfe, Breathitt and Owsley counties) Is approvod by my people. In mary. Rate $1.00 European Solicits pntrormjrc Bath $1.50 of Cloverport Business Hon and Shoppers ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY A Si. Vincent UnN ion County, Ky. Boarding School for Young Ladles and Children Conducted by the Sisters of Charily of Nazereth, Ky. sailants. Be sure to find my name on the Primary Ballot. Then it will be easy to mark it like this: Modem Equipment, Music, Drawing nnd Painting. Shorthand and Typewriting arc taught According to the best improved methods The maternal discipline unites a careful training of character and manners with intelliPor catalogue, terms, Ktc, address gent and physical development. SISTER SUPERIOR For Secretary of State Chas. D. Arnett WHEN YOUTH fl Wanted! 200 Stock Hogs Lost or Strayed From our farms near Hardinsburg 17 ewes. Any information about them or their return will be DIES. '""u . I - PS " ZZTon - Shock of the First Realization That One Is Getting Old. The moment when one first feels acutely that he Is no longer young Li bound to make one pause In something akin to consternation. For vividness It Is like a flash of lightning across u black sky. Life no longer is nil before one; even, more dreadful thought. It may be mostly behind. After the first keen realization there follows a bewildered state of mind due to unwillingness yes. to nn actual puzzled inability to accept the truth. With all tho agony of the startled call of u child at night tho heart cries out, "It cannot be; It is not so." Youth dies hard and fights and struggles in Its dying like an Imprisoned bird. Others, even those near nnd dear, nro older, nre even old; wo can see that. But how can the stubborn facts bo Very gradually, tcue as to ourselves? little by little, lighting its way Inch by Inch, the truth prevails nnd gnaws at tho heart though only Intermittently, of course until time numbs this emotion as It does every other oue. Hubert L. Itnymond In Atlantic Monthly. Hardinsburg, XXXK MEANING Kentucky Kentucky Fair Dates OF "JITNEY." I 240 Pound Pigs With corn above !o cts, hogs eat their The hog that heads oft" very quickly. takes two or three months to get on full feed never brings you a profit. When you are ready to put your shoats on feed, begin with the 11. A Thomas Use regularly and Hog Medicine. watch your shoats round out into fat hogs in nine mouths hogs going well over 'oo pounds nnd as high as 240 Figure the average feeding pounds. ami you will see why the It A. Thomas Try medicine is a good investment. feeding out your hogs on this plan and if you are not more than pleased, we will Por refund the cost of the medicine. sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. In I .., .,.,. I n ( I d I There Are Many Theories as to the The following are the dates fixed for Origin of the Word. holding the Kentucky Fairs for IOI5, 'Xhc ineanliiK of tho word jitney Is n five cent piece. The orlsln of the word as far as reported: Somerset, Aug. 31, and Sep. 1, 2 rusts wholly on supposition, nnd many explanations aro given. One Interested and 3. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. 2 In the suhject gathered the following (1 days. A correspondent from Information: Sodu Creel;, Ii. C said ho knew tho Taylorsville, Aug. 3 4 days. term its slang In Glasgow, Scotland, Lawrenoeburg, Aug. days. over fifty years ago. It was used to ISurkesville, Aug. 10 4 days. designate something small or InsignifiVanceburg, Aug. It I days. cant. The word was said to eonio from Broadhead, Aug. 11 3 days. the Scottish "Jltty," which means dePerryvllle, Aug. 11 3 days. ception, and thu French "nlsey," corFern Creek, Aug. 11 4 days. rectly "nlals," meaning u nluny or simSanders, Fair, Aug. 11 pleton. Another correspondent said It Is a 4 days. foreign word which originated In RusShepherdsvllle, Aug. 174 days. sia as the name of 4 small Kusslau Hardinsburg, Aug. 18 3 days. coin. A Ilusslau scholar, however, deStanford, Aug. 183 days. clares there is no such coin and that Ewlng, Aug. I9 3 days. tho word lu Hussion means "rye." Nicholasvllle, Aug. 21 3 days. A correspondent from Tacoma, Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days. says the word "Jit," meaning a Wash., Florence, Aug. 203 days. five cent piece, can be traced back a Alexandria, Aug. 31 5 days. hundred years and was the original London, Aug. 214 days. word used by slave traders for that coin. Shalbyville, Aug. 254 days. Au Oakland, Cal., correspondent said Germantown, Aug. 254 days. that Jitney Is a word coined by tho Darbourville, Sept. 13 days. negroes. There tho small boy southern Hodgenvllle, Sept. 73 days. when told to run nn errand says, "Do I Henderson, Sept. 75 days. get a Jitney, boss?" Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, A Los Angeles mnn says that the term is Mexican vernacular for nickel. Bept. 136 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 22 1 days. Philadelphia Press. Glasgow, Sept. 294 days. 74 . Futures. Beauty More Than Skin Deep A beautiful woman always has good digestion. If your digestion is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. Obtainable everywhere. Cave City, Oct. 4 t uiicaKo, given out by the coroners " ; np flco malto the prouamo of doad In tho Kaatland ship ditiastor, 1.823. Total on board, 2,480. nuuiuurx steam- '" , ot" ' fight of It. and thu dreadful piece of portatlon company operating the boat ..nrnniru ende.1 In favor of tho nttack-- . hkowiso win uo summonuu. K 4. Total paKseiiKcr list, 2,408. Total crow. 72. ItudioH recovered, 1,070. Identified. 490. Unidentified. 589. Kaovrii rescued, C57. Known ml using, nt. Unaccounted for. ill. 4 4 Genius as They See It. "I have known several poets who rei alized that genius rcully means hard I work," says tho hard times philoso4t pher, "but you cau't get tho big majority to test It by plowlug their way over a twenty acre field. They would , Impure blood runs you down makes sooner seo an umpire knocked out He It Still Going. Protracted Meeting. you an easy victim for disease. For with a baseball bat than brulso the In41 Because his wife left him Mlko Co-Rev, E P. Deacon, pastor, assisted pure blood and sound digestion Bur- nocent breast of a field flower with a mlsky sat on a stick of dynamite ti 4 , Franklin, Kan., nnd has not been seen by Rev, K, O. Penick, began u pro- dock Mood bitters. At all drug stores, cold, unfeeling plowshare." Atlanta Constitution. Price, f i. 00. since. tracted meeting at Custer Monday. ...W(J ,ust UC),i kllell ;e,i,- - said n irim.n officer. 'We used nnything that was there pieces of furniture, pieces of chandeliers, nnything. One man of mine killed his enemies with a chunk of marble- -a piece of the leg of n statue of Venus.' " partv. For Perspiration Odors An excellent deodorant is "Penslar Sorbatal." Dust it lightly under the arms ami on the body. It neutralizes all Drug odors. 25 cents at Wedding's Store. Tho Studio Club of New York Is a homo for young women naturally single young women chiefly. Not long ago the girls were assembled In the lecture. hall to hear A youug matron, a member of tho board, rose to mako some announcements. "Next Tuesday," she said, "Mrs. Plank will talk to you here on the subject of 'Marriage.' Those of you who heard her last year will remember how helpful her tulk was." Now York Post 11 Murray, Oct. 04 days. 0 days. Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. No. 40 for the Blood Rheumatism. Scrofula and all hu mors of the blood give way when you take Number 40, the great cure for blood poison. Try a bottle from Wedding's Drug Store. It will give you new life. Subscribe A Seven Months' School Term With i In- - AERIAL TORPEDO PROMINENT MAN creased Salaries For Teachers Per Month HAMLETT'S RECORD IN OFFICE BOATJATENTED Consists of Aeroplane Equipped With Vwhiteheacl Projectile. GOULD EHTER ANY PRAISES TANLAC Stato Superintendent of Printing Voluntarily Pays Tribute to New Remedy. Frankfort, Ky., July 117. -- A hleli State official in cno of those who have come fonvard voluntarily to bdd his voice to the chorus of praise forTanlar, the peerless preparation. This is Moses H. (ilenn. State Superintendent of I'rlntlnc. whoie olllce Is In Frankfort. "I think I had tried every remedy theie Is beloici I learned about Tan-lacho said recently. "I had a ca tarrhal affection and could sleep very little btcause I swallowed the accretions from my throat. Of a rnornlne I woke fiom a treubled slumber witli a choking sensation, and would coui,'h and spit nearly all day. "As soon as I began taking Tanlac I I had experienced an improvement little faith at first that any medicine would help inc, and so I am the mire ready and even caer to say a woid As a rule I about this preparation. am couscrvativo and nnviliing to give my Indorsement to anybody or any thing, but this Is an exceptional case. The Itching In my ears is cone, I sleep soundly, and the accumulation in my! I uose and throat has want others to know how much good Tanlac has done me " Tanlac is now being introduced in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irvingtou at Iivington Phar," I "The Early Bird Catches the Worm" 1 f Clothing, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, To bacco, Etc , at Low Prices PORT, You lmvo to be mi HAM A' HIM) to rutch tho liKMlT BARGAINS. WATCH OUIt APS. for em ly biro" g f$j chances. We're open early mid lr.te. Oius is the store of KVKRYTMlNVf, Rear Admiral Fiske Inventor of New Device Plan to Guldo the Missile of Destruction by Radio From Another Aeroplane Exports Think Well of Scheme. You Can't Beat Our Prices or Quality si g p g We oil'erinz this week BARKGDALE HAMLETT WILL BE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. Barksdalc Hamlett, of Christian County, the lending candidate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, declares for Kentucky a sov-e- n months' school term, with a per capita of $5.25, an increase of 75c over last year. The establishment of a seven months' school term with the increase of tho teachers' salaries, and without an Increase of taxation, is tho greatest educational achievement in the history of Kentucky, an well as the greatest financial achievement. Tho man has taken rank as an expert a wizard of finance among the leaders of the Commonwealth. When he went Into office four years ago, there was a deficit of several hundred thousand dollars In the treasury of tho school fund. He readjusted completely the system of school finance In such a way as to pay off the deficit; to Increase the per capita from $4.00 to $5.25; to pay the teachers promptly every month a thing never done before In the history of Kentucky; and to accomplish the end for which ho has labored for eighteen years, that of giving to the people of Kentucky a permanently established school system with a term of seven months. While State Superintendent of Public Instruction, he has established new and mechanical arts, is a recognized guide for the conduct of tho schools not only of Kentucky, but for many other States. He has accomplished the establishment of county high schools accessibly located In every county in away. An aerial torpedo boat for attack on ships In protected harbor Is projected In patents just Issued to Hear Adiulr.il Bradley A. Flske. now attached to the navy war college, but formerly aid for operations to Secretary Daniels. The plan contemplate! equipping u monster aeroplane. similar t.i a number now under construction In this country for tho British government, with a Whitehead torpedo of regulation navy type. Swooping down at a distance of llvt. sea miles from the object of attach, the air craft would drop lln deadly passenger Into the water Jint as it would have been launched fioni a destroyer. The Impact wis the torpedo's machinery Iu motion, and It Is on at a speed of more than forty knots an hour toward the enemy ship. Could Attack In Fortified Harbor. Admiral I'lskiv believes that the Hying torpedo boat would make It possible to attack a fleet even within n landlocked harbor. Tho range of the macy, newest navy torpedoes is 10,000 .anK and even the older types- will be CHARLES M. SCHWAB at 7.0(10 yards. Carried on a huge aeroplane, the -- .000 pound weapMaanate Sa'd to Be Formon would be taken liver harbor defenses ing New Stsel Truet. at an altitude safe from gunllre. Once over thu bay. the machine would glide to within ten or twenty feet of the water, the torpedo rudders would bo set and It would bo dropped to do its work while the aeroplane lose and sped I itre LTie. '20c special bargain in Towel. mid lfc towels, till They Going at 10c Each Come in unci supply yourself before they me nil jjono. gift Peytoo H ' & Rhode s Hardinsburg, Ky. DR Office Hours: J 5: TAYLOR ...KittMANENT... DENTIST Vn Alnrjs . i In nil n In ri clurlni; urs. Iitlnglcr, Ky. I DFRISTFDFn PfllAKn flHIHI HITS IlLUiU LULU I uLJiltlJ Uillltn UIL.IU Bred for August ami September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous I3ig Type boar, Will ueiirh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 and $25 4 i precedents, serving personally as a leader In the field. He has given to the people of Kentucky a school freo and accessible to every child, in every rural district In Kentucky. His personal leadership has brought about improved facilities In tho office of every County Superintendent In Kentucky. He secured a rational and effective compulsory attendance school law, by which the attendance In the public schools of Kentucky has Increased more than 35 per cent, placing Kentucky In tho foremost ranks of the States of America for educational and Industrial progress. The Course of Study prepared by Mr. Hamlett as Superintendent of Public Instruction, embracing the elements of agriculture, domestic science Java Breadfruit. Jack trees, another iiame for bread-fruigrow wild In Jara. The trees arc very straight and hare trunks rising to nearly fifty feet. Tho fruit Is thirty Inches long and twelve Inches broad, the weight often reaching 120 pounds. The flesh of the fruit Is delicious, and the oily, seeds aro eaten roasted. The wood Is a beautiful yellow In color and Is hard enough to bo used for furniture and cnbluefwork. When struck It gives n very clear note; benco bells aro made of It, and pieces of the wood aro also used by watchmen ou mountains for giving signals. t, LaxaMan gestion, For constipation, biliousness, indistomach and liver troubles. Harmless. If not better than calomel salts, or any laxative you have ever used, we pav the money back quick. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Guessed It. 11 Inspector, examining class iu gram, mar, wroto u scntcuco ou the blackboard aud asked If any oue noticed anything peculiar iu It After a short sllenco a small boy exclaimed: "Yea, sir; the bad writing." Try cr.r up to date job work Aeroplanes to carry a ton of dead weight have been perfected by several countries. Iiussla Is said to have Ho has stood for and promoted tho several that will carry twenty men employment or and accomplished for and the new Itrltlsh nlr craft probably the schools of Kentucky tho services will have a similar capacity. Wireless Guides Torpedo. of teachers of tho highest scholarship, It Is said to bo possible that a typo character and personality. Under his administration of tho pub- of radio controlled torpedo might be lic school system of Kentucky, there employed, one aeroplane carrying the hns been a vital of all torpedo and another carrying the wirefactors looking to tho Improvement of less machinery to control the missile's flight through the water. It is pointed Kentucky's industrial conditions. He has lent his best efforts to the out that Admiral KIsko secured patents building of good roads and to secur- on such a method of control In 1800 ing the consolidation of schools where-ove- r when he was a lieutenant In the navy. and whenever practicable, that They are said to be so broad and as to underlie all subsequent tho greatest good might bo accomplished at the least possible cost to development of radio control devices. "My Invention." said tho application the people. before the One of tho chief functions of tho filed by Lieutenant office of Secretary of State Is mem- battle of Manila was fought. "Is espebership on the State Board of Educa- cially applicable to automobile torpedoes and makes It possible to contion. In this capacity he will continue to give his best efforts and serv- trol the movements of a torpedo with Photo by American Tress Association. great certainty from n shore, from the ices to the cause of education.. a ship or the like." As a member of the State Board of deck of Since the nerlal torpedo plan was Valuations and Assessments, as a member of tho Sinking Fund Com- advanced reports have come that Ger- SHIP AND TRAWLERS SUNK mission, and as a member of the Stato man engineers were at work with a Printing Commission, Mr. Hamlett somewhat similar scheme. It Is pro- British Admiralty Report Loss Steamer and Trawlers. will serve tho people and conserve posed to drop from aeroplanes n tortheir finances as he has dono In tho pedo that can be guided by radio ImLondon, July 2C A dispatch from management of tho school funds of pulses during Its fall and sent with Aberdeen states that tho steamship the State, and If the people will elect nbsolute certainty to Its mark. Firth, bound from Franco to Scotothers like him on these boards, Kenland, was torpedoed by a German tucky will soon be out of debt and submarine In tho North sea. ARCTIC KNOWS OF WAR. her finances be In a most prosperous Tho samo dispatch reports tho loss condition. of the trawler Ilrltson. The admiralage of thirty-six- , Remote District In Alaska Just LearnA young man at the ty, In confirming this latter report, ing of Great Conflict. having served faithfully for four Captain A. D. Williams came Into announced that the skipper was years In one of the most important killed when tho trawler was torpedoed positions of trust In the gift of the Ituby, Alaska, the other day after a by a German submarine. Two memten mouths' absence on the extreme people of Kentucky, ho now seeks tho bers of the crew were Injured while endorsement of his party If the peo- upper reaches of the Novl river and flvo others are believed to have ple think he has served them well. If learned for the first tlmo of the Eurodrowned. Tho two Injured were taken his record has been good, If his serv- pean war. to Lowestoft hospital. Uob Smith, Jack Larson and Kd Slatices have been worth anything to the The trawler Perseus struck a floatStato of Kentucky, then the people of er came out from the same region ing mine In the North set on Saturawhile ago. Ignorant of the war. SevKentucky will certainly elect nlr eral men who spent tho winter across day, according to a dispatch from retary o' State. the divide on the Kuskokwlm had not Grimsby. All tho members of the crew were lost. Three bodies hav When baby suffers with croup, apply heard of the conflict. and give Dr. Thomas' Kclectic Oil at Last fall u few men came down the been landed. Porcupine from the Arctic divide, and A little goes a once. Safe for children people on the Yukon thought it a great Hard Roads Made Easy long way. 2jc and 50c At all drug Joke when It was learned that the men stores. from tho rim of the pole had remained It is surprising to see how quickly and In total Ignorance of the belligerent certainly "1'enslar Corn Remedy" reA Hasty Makeup. Get a puck brigand state of Europe until reaching the big moves corns without pain. An actor once was cast as a river. age now. 10 and 25 cents at Wedding's In "Ingomar." and tho director told With the usual winter expedition of Drug Store. him to get a rug. throw It about his the northwest mounted police to shoulders and sit by a camp fire. Ho Island and trips of mall carriers did so, his face being toward the audi- from Nome to Port Barrow. It is probSome Beans. ence. In a tense situation he stood up. now most all the white men What do you think of a bean measbroke up the able that turned around and almost and natives on the. Arctic slope know uring one Inch over two feet? Some show. Worked in the rug was one about this world event I.ouls bean? Yet Mr. Ab Lyles on IOatt word. "Welcorae!"-S- t. Chestnut street, has plenty of this di SHE WAS A MAN FIVE YEARS. mepsion, according to a neighbor's statement who says he measured one Colic in Horses Eighteen Years Old, Worked on Ranch which showed 2.1 inches In length. Karris Horse Colic Remedy Is simply and on Dikes In Holland. Strange to relate, .Mr. Lyle carried dropped on the the tongue through a After traveling all over the United s In his pocket for nine medicine dropper. It lias a proven States nnd northern Europe dressed as the They record of 59 cures In 60 cases. The a man Edna Puffer, eighteen years years before planting them. women folks can give it. Get a 50c old, was arrested In New Haven, Conn. were given him by a friend Bowling Miss Puffer says she has worn male Green .bottle and be safe, For sale at Wedcostume for flvo years. William Shaw, ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. her traveling companion for some time, Sluggish Livers. was dumfounded when he learned of Inconsiderate Use "Penslar He good to your liver. She I think Mrs. links Is om of tho her sex. She told Judge Rooth she had cooked Liver Saline" and your liver will be most tactless and objectionable women I over met. Ho Why do you say that? In a Mexican ranch and had been a good to you. It outsells any liver mediShe Why, at the club this afternoon I dlko tender in Holland. Sho left home cine in Cloverport. 25 and 50 cents at had just started to tell one of the snmrt when twelve years old, she said, and Wedding's Drug Store. things our WIlllo bad said, when she assumed male nttlre for protection In told the samo story and ascribed It to traveling. Her father had Indian blood, -r r"rrd little Johnny. Richmond and ber mother was English. Both died 'iT, ,'fr.' VAis "arv Frsnk, of Tnbl-p"t- . Tlinc I'.Kpiilch. Her-schbean-seedTimes-Journal. Frarik-Cummingfc-- I VVf J. OWEN & SONS. Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1'AI.ATAnLEl Better Than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers and liilious Fevers 4 Just what jou need at this season Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Try It. Don't Take Any Substitute. At Robinson-Pette- t Incorporated Company PREPARED nV Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY TO SUBSCRIBERS this blank in rcncvinr ycur sulcription. Kindly Please exiiiiiine tho label on your piper. If your is due, the Kditor will appreciate payment. u.--e sub.-cripti- RENEWAL ORDER TIIK IMKCKKXKIDGK XBWS, Ci.ovki:i'oi:t, Ivy. 1 Kudo-e- d lind $ , which apply to my suriptiou account. ?! mib- - Namk Ani)itis enasc I.j.,nie if nntitrnl nils fit Trinidad ..... Lake Asphalt give it resisting, lasting life. It Uoesn t dry out roonng. wrac aim i us cajjiui and crack like ordinary its economy. uy. Irvlntliin Hardware & ImiMinem Co.. Irvlwrtoii. C lovi ort IMantne Mill. CU vi r crt. Ky. UKILIVU Genasco and you'll have a roof that makes you free from care and saves your repair-money. Make your roof leak-pro- of to stay. Eay r.H...n lie Dr. Board Returns. Mr U. U. Cumin. tigs, of Tell C tv. III , Tuesday were married at NormiK Dr. Milton II Board, of Louisville, night at elgi o'clock, July thirteenth has returned home from San After a at tho Methodist parsonage where he attended the Amerithree weeks trip to San Francisco ex can Medical Association and the Panaposition, they will be at home at Tell ma exposition. Fran-(.Cisc- o, City. W Brown's Brick Barn. l'or regular action of the bowels; easy, Messrs. Ed and Robert Conner, of movements, relief of constipanatural tion, try Doau's Kegulets, 25c at all this city, have been engaged near Cloverport for the past three weeks In stores. building a large brick stock barn for Mr. Julian Brown, a Cloverport busiRead Ycv.r Home Paper ness mac Cannel ton Telephone. I HE BRECKENR1DGE JNO. D. IJABUAGt. NEWS, MtCHESNEYTHE MAH FOB VICTORY IH NOVEMBER Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will Mora Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who Way Bolt Elections of Last Few Years Prove This The liquor candidates nnd tho liquor rest of the Democratic tlckot. Even organs In tholr desperate onoris 10 In Louisville, which ho carried by a. 2,500 stom the rapidly increasing strength largo majority, he ran nearly Dembehind the majority of the of Mr. McChosncy, nnd to prevent, If votes nominee ocratic for Congress; In Kenpossible, what seems to be his prob ton county (city or Covington) ho reable nomination as the Democratic ceived 1.8S0 votes less than the voto candidate for Governor In the August for tho Democratic nominee for Conprimary, havo been Industriously cir gress; in Campbell county (city of culating the report tlinf. If ho Is nomi Newport) ho received 1,632 less; In nated lie can not bo elected In No- Fayette county (city of Leslng.an) They baso this statement which ho should have carried by 1,200, vember. upon the Idea that tho whiskey and he carried by only 197; and so It was whore there beer Democrats would not vote ror In every city In Henderson was a liqror county, Mr. him. or for any other dry Democrat, vote. Kven If he Is nominated. In other words, Stanley's home, Governor Beckham they admit that, although the liquor ran about 200 or 2S0 votes behind the a Democrats will take a very active part ticket, even though Stanley made osin the primary against McChesney, speech there before the election, ticket, but It happenfor they will not hesitate, If ho Is nomi- tensibly In the the five or nated, to bolt his nomination and vote ed tha' speak In that six places whero campaign, Beckhe did for the Republican ticket. There Is some truth In that threat, for that is ham, the nominee, lost votes, for Stanto Just what they have been doing for ley s speeches were not Intended this many years. Most or them do not help him. Notwithstanding all of Beck-- , seem to be bound, by any sonco of hon- (defection and bolting, Governor obligation, to support the nomi- ham won over his Republican or or Governor Wlllson, by 32,000 nee after they have taken, part In the primary. Admitting to bo truo their majority, the largest majority given any Democratic candidate In 25 or purpose to bolt If Mr. McChesney Is to nominated, and that Is what this (alk CO years. So the threat of Mr. Stanloy amounts to when tliey say he coum and his whisky and beer supporters not be elected, let us see whether or proved to be futile and empty. It Is tho samo old trick they aro not It Is to bo feared. The tconle of Kentucky remember trying to work ngaln on tho Democrats very well that in tho Senatorial pri- this year. But It will fool only tho mary last year, the same kind of talk unthinking or tho ignorant. Mr. Mcand threats were used against Govern- Chesney is undoubtedly the strongest or Beckham. Mr. Stanley, the liquor candidate tho Democrats can nomicandidate for the Senate then, as he Is nate for Governor. Ho will bo elected tho liquor candidate for Governor now, beyond doubt; he may loso many very used the same argument; so did tho wet Democrats in tho liquor conters, same liquor newspapers, w hat this Just as Beckham did last year, but ho argument amounted to In effect was will more than make It up In tho counthat, It Beckham was nominated, tho try districts and In the'mountalns. Ho whiskey and beer Democrats would Is receiving tho assurances of thoubolt him, while if Stanley should be sands of temperance Republicans and nominated he would get all of those Independents that they will support votes and also tho votes of tho tem him, If he Is nominated over Mr. Morperance Democrats, who would be too row, who Is well known as a wet man. honorable and too good Democrats, to It is no use for Mr. Stanley to argue bolt tho party nominee after they had that, because the Republicans will taken part In tho primary. The result nominate a wet candidate for Goverof that primary should be fresh In the nor on a wet platform, the Democrats memory of Kentucky Democrats. With should do the samo thing, and get Into all the power and wealth of tho dis- a race with tho Republican ticket to tilleries, the breweries, and the saloons see which can bid the highest for tho back of him, Stanley was defeated by whiskey and beer votes of tho state. a substantial majority. Beckham was The people of Kentucky are not going nominated and a large majority or the to elect as Governor of the state a liquor Democrats did bolt him in the liquor trust man, and Mr. Stanley November election. It is necessary might as well stand aside. The people only to look at the returns from that know that their chance to bet the wet Republican candidate Is with Mr. Mcilertlon to demonstrate It. In all of the cities and liquor centers Chesney as the Democratic candidate. B.icHiani ran considerably behind the He will be nominated and electnd. I Editor and Publisher .aaucd fcvory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 6c for ciicli additional insertion. CAKOS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents por lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. COL. ROOSEVELT AC A IN. Col. Theodore Roosevelt's appearance at the exposition list A newspaper Wednesdny afternoon attracted a tremendous crowd. correspondent from San Franscisco writes that when the Colonel aro?c to address the gathering more than ",0,000 persons joined in the cheers. Wo arc glad that the multitude is again paying some civility For the last two or three years he has been to our The people and given every thins: except respect and kindlv notice. the newspapers are again turning their attention to this vigorous national character and looking for striking points made in his speeches and short addresses to the public. National popularity is vasuiliit-ing- . William Jennings Bryan has been dropped completely, but like Roosevelt the public's eyes and ears may turn to him again. lt "If All over our country the citizens have been .saying: States would be at war." For were president now, tho United this reason they arc curious to hear every word he utters. The Colonel has a heart ready to light, and while no one wants to go to war with him, the people cacerly listen to all ho says on war and preparing for war. Col. Roosevelt believes that there should be for our young men. In Switzerland after universal military the boys are graduated from the public schools they servo with tho army four or six months and then for eight or ten days every year for the next ten years. If our young men were kept in tho public schools longer with military training, they, no doubt, would be better equipped for citiThe zenship, besides attaining clliciency for military service. Colonel is saying many good facts and tho people arc listening to him again. Roo.-e-vo- i. AM lvikf WuXMtfi -- 0VUt AhXAh! 4rtiW HUSBAND' AND WIFE BOTH SHOULD SAVE MONEY. WHAT'S THE GOOD FOR ONE TO SAVE AND THE OTHER TO SPEND? JUST ASK YOURSELF TODAYt WHO GETS THE MONEY I EARN? DO I GET IT OR DOES SOMEBODY ELSE GET IT? IF SOMEBODY ELSE IS GETTING IT, CUT HIM OFF. YOU EARNED YOUR MONEY; IT BELONGS TO YOU. KEEP IT. BE A CAREFUL MAN AND BANK YOUR MONEY. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investment's $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURQ, KY. I Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF j I PENSIONS"FO R EMPLOYEES. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company have announced a pension plun under which old employees can bo retired. The plan provides for placing on the pension list any male employee who is OF yean; sixty years old and has worked for the company twenty-livTho minimum pension is to be $20 a month. The large corporations NEWS HAPPENINGS of tho United States are constantly perfecting plans by which they show tho highest appreciation of their fuithful employees. The larger companies expect perfection in every employee and after a Many Visitors in Town-Ho- rsley man reaches sixty years, it seems as though his best service is not and Alexander Wedding. good enough for the busines. A quarter of a century of faithful- ... I. I. A'K . m' - It... .. knUAi. lUnn linlnr. ness ana cmciency proviues mo puiiMiiu wuku id ughci iuuu uciuS cast aside without a meat and bread allowance. Tho pension plan is FRIENDS WIN PIANO. indeed commendable and tho companies that adopt it will bo rewarded. Pete Buttler shipped an extra nice joined Mr. C. H. Drury's crowd to Cine 1 . 1 Joel St. Clair, of Custer, were guests of Mrs. Hetty Lyons Friday. I Nate Dowell, of Illinois, is here, the guest of his father, Mr. Ezra Dowell. Quite a number from this community attended the camp meeting at Kings- wood Sunday- - i j Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building- - I Material, Building Hardware, Miss Ella Letha Uoweil has gone to Louisville to stav until r.u. Miss Clara Belle Kincheloe, of Hardlnsburg, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Brown, of Wood- row, for the past week. j ! ! Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. I Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline MANY VISITORS AT Summer Activity at Its Have Large and Banquet. MANY Height-Ma- sons Meeting PERSONAL NOTES. Mrs. J. II. Herndon left Tuesday for Hopkinsville to visit Mrs. John Waller. Mrs. Mary M. Slppel has gone to Monroe. Wis,, for an indefinite visit with her daughter, Mrs. Homer Max well. Mrs. John W. Holland, of Shelby ville, is visiting Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft and Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft. Alton McCoy, of Louisville, ing Mrs. Nannie Hand v. is visit Misses Annie GJbsou and Ila Payne returned from Howling Green Friday, Miss lissie Hlggs returned to Louis ville Monday, Rev. Rees ami family returned from Laverne, Tenn., Thursday. They were accombanied home by Misses Carrie and Marie Austin. Miss lillza I'igeott is visiting Miss Betsy Moorman at Glen Dean. Rev, T. J. Wade and wife will spend their vjcttion days with relatives and friends at Somerset, Ky. Mrs. A. T. Adkiut and Mrs. Luther Wilson attended the picnic at Mc Quady Saturday. Master George I'iggott returned from Indianapolis MomUy. Rev. Ninim Willett and wife, of Blake City, Oregon, will arrive Thursday to visit relatives. Mesdames R. A. Older, Nannie Wathen, Nora Huaid, Mr. J. D. Ashcraft and Lottlti liairly were in Louisville last week. The young people luve been enjoying tennis and croquet on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1). Head. C. A. Penlck has been remodeling J. D. Ashcraft's home on Walnut street. . .Mrs. Newsom Gardner and Misses Elizabeth and Ruby Haynes Hook lot of hogs and cattle to Louisville last cinnati last week. The Alarm Clock Cure. week A writer in the Farm nnd Fireside Mrs. C. H. Duvall has returned to Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and children, declares that the surest cure for broody her home in Warsaw, after a week's who have been visiting in Kansas hens is an alarm clock. He says: visit with Mr and Mrs. Julius Slppel. "Some years ago I was endeavoring' City and other places, have returned Miss Mary McCoy, of Union Star, re to break up a sitting hen, but my efhome. turned home Saturday, after spending were In vain. Old Yaller conSome of the members of the Baptist forts two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Julius tinued to sit. Finally I took a small church met last Wednesday and alarm clock and set it so It would go Sippel. cleaned oil the church yard, removed In a few minutes. I placed It in Mrs. Cornwall and children, of Mar the fence and did quite a good deal of off one corner of her nest and watched. shall, Tex., arrived Saturday to visit much needed improvements, which It went olT. And so did Old Ynllcr. Mrs. Cornwall and .Miss Mary Cornwall. adds greatly to the looks of the church She left the nest und stood dazed for Dr. W. B. Taylor returned Saturday and vard. The ladies took up the one horrified instant, nnd then, wltltono from Niagara Falls. He was one of J, carpets, painted the floor, cleaned win shrill squawk, she ran out of the henhouse mid flew over tho park fence and C. Crutcher's party. dows, etc. began to hunt for bugs In the grass. Miss Louise Taylor, who has been Mrs. Sue Board, of Louisville, was "She not only stopped sitting, but she the guest of Mh-- Virginia Head, left the guest of Miss Nannie Board part of stopiwd clucking, and in a short tlmo for her home In Hardlnsburg Friday. began to lay. I have since tried this last week. 100 broody hens visiting Horn to the wife of Mr. Ben Harper, method on more than The Masons of our town and with complete success." lodges, Big Spring, Guston, Custer and July 22. twin girls, Ina and Emma Bewleyville, held a meeting Saturday Harper. Ha Saw a Great Light. evening and conferred the third degree Mrs. Ann Bruce, of Hardlnsburg, Wrecks on the coast of Cornwall, on Forrest Beauchamp and Winfield who has been suffering with cataract England, were once u source of reveHendry. The meeting was followed by of the eye, was accompanied to Louis nue to the natives. The Cornish folk a banquet at the Lyon House. ville by Dr. E. C. Harned last week, were great smugglers too. The Rev. R. S. Hawker had In his service as W. R. Hensley was in town Friday where she has gone for treatment. man of all work old Tristram Pentlre, evening. Miss Ida Dowell has returned from tho last of the smugglers. One day he The ice cream social which was given Cincinnati and reports a very pleas made to the vlear this notable confeson the Baptist church lawn Saturday ant trip. She was one of the Drury sion: "Well, sir. I do think, when I evening was a very enjoyable affair. party. come to look buck and to consider Amount made $22 5O. Miss Luna Horsley and Mr. Ray what lives we used to live drunk all nbed nil day, cursing, mond Alexander were married July 22. night and Idle swearing, lighting, gambling, lyiug and Decomposing Water. Compton, of always prepared to shoot the guuger Mr. and Mrs. Paul Water Is decomposed or separated Into Its constituent gases by passing a Hardlnsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. I. B I do really believe, sir, we surely was continuous current of electricity Richardson, accompanied by their in sin!" London Express. through It. Ait ordinary zinc and cop guests, the Misses Compton, of Allen per voltaic battery gives sulllcieut nn Texas, started Sunday afternoon on Her Turn Had Come. perage nud also voltngo to separate- tho motor trip through the upper part of After two years ho proposed to her. oxygen nud hydrogen. Oxygen goes to the State. They will visit Louisville and she accepted him. tho polo connected with the copper Frankfort, Lexington and other points "I'm so happy and glad," she sighed. pluto und hydrogen to the zinc polo or "Why, dearest?" he usked. "Because before returning. They expect to be plate. The volume of hydrogen is do I'm to Iwi vour husband?" gone about a week. "Oh, it isn't altogether that." she anbio that of the oxygen, and both ut . Rev. Leslie Deliart tilled his regular swered. If pmasihI over chemically pure, "But now 1 can have, the red hot Iron, surrenders Its oxygeu to appointment at the Baptist church Sat laugh on all our relutlves who have been saying that you'd uover propose." tho atoms of tliu metal, while hydrogen urday and Suuday. Detroit Free Press. is given oft puro and free. New York Joel Pile's friends will be glad Mr. American. to hear of his recent success in win Cherry Wood. This makes his nine another piano. Cherry is tho wood most used us a Russia's Merchant Flag. backing for tho metal plates from Thu Russian merchant Hag is u hop third one. Mr. Roscoe Carman, of the Locust which illustrations are printed in magizoutul tricolor of white, blue und red. It is chosen Originally it was thu Dutch ting, and Hill neighborhood, recently hurt his azines und periodicals. its appearuueu so pleased Peter tho band in some way, but paid little at- above all others because it holds lta Great that lie took It with him from tention to It as it was only a slight shape, docs not wun or twist, works smoothly and does not spilt. Amsterdam uml hoisted It upside down. hurt, but it has developed into a seriIlls plan to distinguish it from the ous matter and the doctors fear blood Dutch banner met with much criticism, UNION however, us tho Hag In an inverted poison or possibly the loss of the hand. position denoted a Hag of distress, and Miss Cora Wood, of Louisville, who eventually tho stripes had to bo rear- has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mat- ranged before Russia adopted it as a tie Dowell, returned home Saturday. Miss Mary McCoy returned home national emblem. Mrs. Ernest Ilosklnson and Mrs f aturday from a vU'.t to lier sister, "r.. s .stt-ani- a Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. I NOTICE To Those Needing Building ' Material Wo aro prepared to fill your orders in various kinds of Buildinr Material at prices that will meet your approval. JpWrite us for prices for anything you need" FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, M .2 Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Julius Sipple, of Irvington. Geo MefTert arrived from Louisville Tuesday on a visit to Geo. Howard and sister. He has purchased a tract of land of J. M. Shellman, Sr. Miss Lillie Grauel, of Louisville, Is near town. the guest of Miss Mary Robertson, Mrs. Sam Kobblns and daughter, of Robert's Bottom, were guests of Mrs Nannie Kobbius Wednesday. Darnell Adkissou, of Rhodella, was a guest of Miss .Lillie Graul Sunday Mrs. M. S, Jolly and son spent Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs,- Jno. Shell-man. Eroia L Cart, of Mystic, who has been critically ill, is now convalescing and is spending some time with his aunt, Mrs. W. H. Dowell Miss Pearl Bascom, ot Lexington, and Miss Clara Whitworth, Hobert Shell-ma- n and Morris Kincheloe, of Hardlnsburg, motored to Union Star Sunday. , Miss Rutli Wegeuast visited friends in Robert's Ilottom last week. Rev. H. C. Hoffman is conducting a series of meetings nt his church here. He is unassisted.' Mr. and Mrs T. Ii. Cart and son, Floyd, of Louisville, have come home to spend the remainder of the summer. Miss Leila Belle Hawkins was the guest of Mrs. M. J. Crosson Wednesday. Misa Ethel Cart returned home Thursr day, 'after several days visit with her sister, Mrs Abe Haynes. Mr. Stratton, of West Virginia, a student in the Nashville, Tenn., Bible , was in town Thursday selling Bibles and religious books. STAR. Announcement was made last week of the marriage of Miss 11 rook Stephens Hall, daughter of J. W. Hall, of this place, to Herschel Smith, both of Ind. , where they were at "Long Cliff," and where an acquaintance began three years ago and culminated Wednesday, July 21, Training-Scliool- Miss Liss Cashman returned WednesJess Garduer and Allen Barbee passed ' day from a visit to her brother, A. B, through town Friday. Cashman, and Mr. and Mrs, 1', D. Gibson Bros, purchased two mares' of i. JTav.l:'r.r, cf Step Jcr.-pcr- r. :C. Cart last vrcc1.:. "Amv of the Circus" nnd fivn new vaudeville acts on Emerson's Golden Hod Showboat lieto August 'J. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915 LAWYER Mr. Hnl Weathcrholt nnd Mr. and Any Note, Accounts or Mortgages to Entered at tlie l'ostomiccnt Clovcrport, Ky Mrs. Alex Ahl, of Tobinsport, have Collect in Court or out of Hi See or as second class in fitter. purchased Overland automobiles. Write me. Will make the Price FOR SALK Sawyer home on High Right THIS "APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN house, two stories, street. ADVERTISING DY THE metal roof; good cistern. TShe GENERAL OFFICES Brcckenrldge Nqws. V. G. BABBAGE jwl? xe.! n:iu ra-- ri W&n ts s c;- - r.' Nim'Aflvr-rtlser- plenc notify tin1 editor want miveruicnicnv iiipcnnunueu. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR POLITICAL J 2,r,0 I'or Precinct nml city Offices 6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 I'or State nml District Offices 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line. For All Publications in tbe Interest of Individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. Effective March 15, No. No. 112 1915. OilSAi M. .10:10 A. M. Arriving Arriving No. 140 will ipaveCloviTuort. Arriving Irvlngton No. 141 , lit EAST HOUND will loavi- - Clort-rriort..- . Arriving Irvlni: ton Arrlvltif It uNyIIIp will lcav Clovcrport . who 1'. M. 7:10 P. M. 5:07 A M. 5:31 A. M 104.1 A, 12.01 P. li:M P, 1 .21 P. 7:43 P, :!4 P, 10:13 r. si. 4:M I'. M. Arriving Arriving llondcrmn Arriving Eviinsvlllo Arriving St. Loul No. 143 will leave Clovrrport . Arriving Owmsfooro Arriving Henderson Arriving Eviinsvlllo. No. 145 will leave, Cloverport ArrlvlnnOwensboro Arriving Hendcnon Arriving Kvunsvllle Arriving St. Uiuls No. 147 will leave Clovcrport. .. Arriving Owpnsboro Arriving Henderson WEST HOUND will lenvo Clovcrport. p. m. V 0:X P.M. 11 38 P. M. 12:45 A. M. . 1:3!) A. M. 2:05 A. M. 7:40 A.M. . 0:30 A.M. 7:40 A. M. . 9:00 A.M. ACCOUNTS OF Motor Tours. ONE-DA- Y VISITS River Trips and Vacationettes of the Summer Season Dennie Shecran went to Louisville Miller is visiting Stephensport. Don't forget Emerson's Golden Rod here August 3. Miss Louise Nicholas is home from Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell went to Fordsville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Haynes, of spent Sunday in Lodlbure. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy have returned home from Bowline Green. Rev. Celestine Brey, of Louisville, was here last week the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Houston, Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barnev Monday. Mrs. E. l. in n, Squires. Miss Addie G. Ditto, of Louisville, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John D. Babbaee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hambelton and daughter, Luclle. spent last week in Cannelton. Hunter Wood, of Hopkinsvllle, spent Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Wood. Mrs. Harry Newsom and daughter, MissMargarot Newsom, spent Thurs. day in Louisville. y Miss Susie HalTey returned Thurs-davisit to friends and relafrom a tives in Kvansville. Mrs. Mary Brooks, of Hawesvllle, spent the we.ek end the guest of Mrs. Rebecca Llghtfoot. F. D. Ferry, purchasing agent of the L., H. & St. L. It R. Company, was in Cloverport Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattlngly came from Louisville Thursday in their new Overland automobile. Mrs. Spratt Spalding, of Morgan-fielha been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawsou. Miss Mabel Wroe and Clinton Wroe, HILL ITEMS. of. Irvington, are guests of Miss Eva Wroe and Alfred Wroe. Mr. Stafford Henry and Miss Mary He who knows most grieves most for Uante, Rose, Henry, of Louisville, are visiting wasted time. their uncle, Rev. J. S. Henrv. d, C. P. SAWYER, Kxecutar. Miss Dorothy Gregory, of Urandcn-buri- r. loaves In Auaust for San Fran cisco, Cat., to attend the exposition. Mrs. Sam Dlx. Mrs. G. W. Payne and Mrs. Ollle Lay, of Stephensport, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Ferry. Mr, W. H. llowmer was tho first to renew for tho fortieth time a year's subscription to The Ureckenrldgc News. Fifteen new members were initiated into the Woodmen's lodge at Webster at its regular meotlng last Friday night. Rev. K. A. Petroff, of Lexington, will preach at the Uaptist church In tills city next Sunday at 11 a. m. ana "As p. m. Mrs. Allen Handy and little daughter. Lena May; were visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Ed Robinson, in Irvington last week. Cuminit! The Emerson Floating Theater. "Golden Hod," with the big circus play, "Amy of the Circus." here Monday, August 2. Mrs. M. E. Avltt and two daughters, Mary and Helen, of Seattle, came lu Monday to visit her father, Mr. Fred McGhee, Irvingtou. Henry Wheatly, of Springfield, 111., came in last Saturday to visit relatives It was his and friends at McQuady. lirst visit in four years. Mrs. J. D. Brashear and daughter, Miss Gense Brashear, of Louisville, will leave August 7 for New York to visit Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brashear. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Frank, Misses Lula Severs, Margaret Burn and Edith Plank leave today for Tar Springs to take a cottage for two weeks' stay. Thos. Ferry went to Louisville Sunday to see his mother, Mrs. Nannie Ferry, who will undergo anothor operation at Norton's Infirmary this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wick Barbce and his father, Galen Barbee, of Illinois, passed through Cloverport Saturday in their car to visit relatives in the county. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and daughters, Kathrine and Elizabeth, leave next week for Derby, lad , to join the Carr camping party. This is the annual camp of eight families of the Carr rel atives. Miss Julia Hills and Miss Mary Dee Hills, of Irvine, are guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. They were accompanied by their father, Mr. Harry Hills, who spent Friday here. Miss Ruth Rhodes, of Chicago, ar rived in Louisville Tuesday with her sister, Bertha, who Is now well. They were the guests of their sister, Mrs. Creus, and leave Wednesday for a two weeks visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rhodes, near McDan-iel'Ky. Babbage and Miss Miss Louise Mildred Babbage and their visitors, Miss Florence Falrlelghand Miss Addie Fairleigh; of Louisville, went to Hawesvllle Friday evening, remaining until Saturday afternoon as the guests of Mr. Pope McAdams. Wnlle there they were beautifully entertained by Mrs. Louise Adair and Mrs. J. P. McAdams. A house dance was given Friday night at The Maples, the home of Mrs. Adair, who was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Edward The guest list Hlnkle, of Cleveland. Mrs. Alfred Mason, Mr. Included: and Mrs. George Bently, Mrs. J P. McAdams, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly, Douglas, Mrs. Hinkle, Misses Mary Lois Ayres, Martha Hall Newman, Floreta M. Buhr Luclle McAdams, Rachel Rosenblatt, Ruble Preice; Messrs. Carroll Kellv. Chas. Mc Adams, Chas. Williams, Chas. Dun can, Coleman Goerlng, Mr. and Mrs Lee Rodman, Wm. Walz, T. D. Hale, Geo. Newman, Thos. De la Hunt. s. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Por Sale 20 h. p. Marine Engine h. ii. I d-- Wlnir mnrlnit met onlv Rliort time. Co-iV.nl will Hike ItOH Illllatt, M.'UVl'-iVllIvy. For Sale Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Telephone 56-- J FOIt SAI.H-It DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on jr.'JLM!!. In rxei'Ili-n- with dun-II.l-- O RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Loulsvilee, Ky. 4G2 6th St. Office Hours: 6 lo 9 a. m. 12 to 2 and G Stuffed and Plain Olives Hurki Cliivi-riinrt- . Ky. F OK IHAI.R Indian Itnnncr l:iti?i lit!ili-rJohn !Idkt. . and Sardines Salmon Potted Hani Crackers to 9 p. m Mrs. Jane Beaven, of the country, will spend several weeks in town with relatives. Miss Josie Ilintou, on the tlke, who has been confined to her home for several months with tuberculosis, is very II at this writing. Ml Kma Simple has returned from Bowling Green, where she attended the summer school. Mrs C. S Lamb has been ill several day's and is at tho homo of her mother, Mrs. Henry Tate. Krncst Kvan has been at home from work several days on account of being badly scalded while nt the shops, tie has endured great suffering. Hagen Beaven, who has been tho guest oi his cousin, J. S. Beaven, has returned to his home in Oklahoma, whore he was called suddenly to be at the 'bedside of his brother, Russell, who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Isom, accom panied by Mr. Willis Noel, spent last Sunday at Mr. Uom's father's. Frank Storms and family spent tho week end with her sistor, Mrs. Garlleid Tucker, in the country. Mrs. Carl Benton returned to her home in Louisville Monday evening, after a short visit to her mother, Mrs. Ol Mattingly. Victor Beaven spent soveral days at McQuady last week and attended the Announcements STATE Peanut Butter Cove Oysters orncES Cheese Pickles (sour or sweet) Pork and Beans Apple Butter Cigars. For Governor Wo Pimentos are authorized to announce II. W. IIOSWOISTH ... a candidal!! for nt ........ ...... .......I.. ...Oovrrnor of Kentucky, lilllljf Ut .IIC HUH. Ill U. Vlll. . .ritiiF .4.. Inll ... .j , .i ..m . ...... ... 111 ,...... .... Vienna Sausage Candy Corn Beef Bananas Wo nro of I'riinUfort. Ky.. ns a randtdito for Oov ernor or Krntucky. rutijrrt to tho action of tlio pfmiMTntlc party. 1'rlmary election, ii. v. mcciii:sxi:v nutliorled to nimnunco Dill Pickles August 7. l'JI i. Lemons Oranges Wo art; authorized to announce as a csedldato for (lovernor of snhjert totlie action of the AURUst Primary. A.'!. STANLEY Kentu-k- y Party We J I) DM ft JAMES I) I1I.ACK of lUrborvlllf. Ky.. ns a candidal! for iiteiiaiit-tiover- i or or IxcniilCKy suojeei I.lt to tho anion of tho Democratic Party In For Lieuleiiant-fimenio- r are authorized to amiourcu Clovcrport, Ky. Prln ary niectlon. August We 1315. II. IAVMR of Irvlnnton. as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of llreckenrldKO eotiiitv. subject to t ho action of Iho lteuuhllcan Party, lu Pri For Circuit Court Clerk are authorized to anticuncti AreYou Goingto Build? I H mary IVt'CUtlL, 41IIKUH, 11'IJ. Wc are authorized to announce gust PAUL ItASIIAM for Circuit Clerk of llrecken it rldce, county, subject to the notion of tho Iiepuhlli-aparty. Primary election, Au 7. 11)15. If so let us figure with you on ' For We Representative. I Building Materia! I and complete. We op Our stock is m furnish everything in the building line. Good g sj material and workmanship. We make a specialty g of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of build- - m. Hj ings. We call your attention to our stock of 5 up-to-d- are authorized to announce II. A. CANNON, picnic on Saturday. Mrs. Lonnie Ray is glad to have with her for a lengthy visit two of her little nieces, Omelia and i'onrl Bland, ot Owensboro, orphan children of her sister, Mrs. Bland. Mrs. Jake Miller, of Louisville, who of Madrid, llreckenrldee county, as a candl nuhlect to tho ac ihilii fur IteiireM-ntntlve- . party, lu 1'rlm.iry tlon of tho Saturday, aiieusl ,. Klectlon Wo are authorized to announce is visiting relatives and friends, re Wo are authorized to announce ports that she is delighted with her LOGAN IIICKKUSCN home, but does not forget the warm llreckenrldgo county, as a ties of friendship that bind her to ot Hazel Dell,ltepresentatlvc. subject to the for candidate action of the Ifepubllcan party. In Primary Cloverport. Klectlon saturuay, August i, ivia. Charlie Kiel was called to Irvington for special service in his line of work. He will be gone two or three days nf MrOtinriv. llrncuenrtdtto countv. as a can tildate for ltepresentatlvc. subject to the action of Hie Itepubllcnn party. In Primary Klectlon Saturday, August i. a. a. wniairr. I H Colonial Columns - 1 g in We are making H a special price on these columns. Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you ffl prices on all material.- C. L. BEARD H Cloverport Planing Mill, : Cloverport, Ky. Life Insurance and Real Estate On Prisoners of War. With reference to the modern treat Office with J. R. Eskridjfe. Attorney ment of prisoners of wnr, It Is Interest ing to recall the views which It. L. Hardlnsburg, Ky. Stevenson In his novel, "St. Ives," puts Into the mouth of a French prisoner of war In Edinburgh castle, which was turned Into n military prison In the time of Napoleon. He says: "There Is PALM BEACH SUITS a horrible practice in England to trick out In ridiculous uniform and, us It were, to brand lu muss, not only conCleaned and Pressed victs, but military prisoners und even tho children In charity schools. I think some mnllgmuit gcniiLs had found his masterpiece of irony In the dress which we were condemned to wear Jacket, waistcoat and trousers of n sulphur or mustard yellow nud u shirt of blue and white- stripe cotton." London Standard. - a Office and Plant Near Depot iZeroatJkgi The hottest clay Summer Clothes must bo fresh und clean. Let in tuko chuifio of youroleun-inr- , prejj&injr unci that comes. than the Klondike. All Drinks and Ices Colder Everything the best that can be made Phone all orders Phone No, 10 S. J. BROWN & SON m w An Old Guidebook. Of all the old guidebooks none Is sought so keenly by collectors ns s some of Murray's early guides. the most precious of these as a bibliographical curiosity Ls the llrst edition of "Murray's Guide to Switzerland," published in 1838. Mountaineering as popular pustlmo was not then Invented, and In tho section devoted to Mont Bluuc tho author contemptuously declares that "it ls a somewhat remarkable fact that a large proportion of those who have made this ascent have been persons of unsound mind." London Chronicle. Ter-hap- repairing. BERRY & MORRISON CLOVERPORT. KY. Set J 1 m t o i i v , PROBE ORDERED BY WILSON "Why do you persist in propping your feet up ou the verunda railing?" asked Mrs. Cobbles. A Domestic Tilt. Crowing Over Your Work is commendable If the work is well done and will last as Is the case with work done here. and proper It is Poor Economy! Mrs. P. K. Kenwood and son, Stan ley, left Thursday for Chicago, where they will be joined by Mr. Ilenwood They will visit in Hancock, Mich , be fore returning to their home in Grand Forks, N. D X.r. 15. S. Sneftleld. of Chicago, spent several days last week with his family. William Aubney spent two days with friends at Sklllman, returning Satur- "I suggest it's Just my contrary nature," answered Mr. Cobbles. "The veranda railing is ono thing you have never been able to put where- I eun't And It." Hirnilngham Age-IIernl- Due to De Shocked. shock coming to him "Ho has u t in n little while." "Who hnsV "Tho new groom. All his friends have been telling him that two can live as cheaply ns onc." Detroit Free to have cheap Dental work done because the price is low, but here you are guaranteed the best of work at fair prices. Examination and Estimates free. day. Mrs. Den Ridgeway and son, James Franklin, have returned from Louis Tress.' Hard Times. W, OMIcs A.; oer WALKER, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Bank ol Hirtireti-r- Dentist, 1 Truil Co. vllle, where they visited her brother, "In flnunclal troublo? What ls It?" Roy Mattingly, for a few days. "Oh, I promised to pay llrown $10 Elliot Miller, ot Louisville, today, und I've got It, and ho knows Master got It, and he knows I know bo is having a good time with his grand-- ( I've 1'vo got ltt" Boston Journal. parents, Mr. ana sirs, jonu morris knows Gregory. And man ls also the architect of Mrs. Garfield Burden was at nost of hut own misfortunes. Chicago -r if lth hr father, Mr. .....i j Mc-rj-T- 'v l- President Directs Inquiry Into the Eastland Disaster. Cornish, N. II., July Wilson ls taking the deepest Interest in tho fixing of responsibility for tho disaster to tho Bteamer Eastland at Chicago. After reading accounts of the great loss of life, he wired orders to tho department of commerce, that a searching Investigation bo made to determine If any violations of tho Bteamer Inspection laws woro involved In tho keeling over of tho excursion steamer. Tho president is convinced that tho national government lias nmplo jurisdiction to bring about tho punlshtnont of persons responsible for tho catnstrophe. Tho president's message to Washington carried urgent instructions that tho agents of tho department or commerce begin investigation with all posslblo has to. Tho president dictated a message to Mayor Thompson of Chicago, expressing horror at what has happened and conveying his heartfelt sympathy for the relatlvos of those who perished. EXCURSION Sunday. Aug. 8. 15 DOUBLE HEADER l LOUISVILLE Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leanes (Jlovorport ut Holt AddifOii vs. MILWAUKEE . Stephensport Sample Mystic " .. .... .'. . . Leaves Irviugton ....M .. Keturniiiir, loaves Louisville Leaves Webster Lodilmrf: ... 7:00 n. in. 7:20 44 7:22 ' 7:20 " 7:35 " 7:43 44 7:50 44 7:58 " 8:05 44 8:80 p. in. For Information "Ask the Agent" tt V Try a Want Ac T-- v EXTERIOR OF THE HEALTH EXHIBIT CAR CRITICS OF NAVY rato nnd pay If he is faithful and Industrious nnd with a possibility of promotion to U10 rnnk of commissioned ofilccr. ; Secretary Daniels has made tbo naval CALLED UNFAIR service nn Institution attractive to nny clean cut, self respecting American youth, nnd by rnlslng the standard of Its personnel it Is evident ho has also Increased tbo efficiency of the nnvy In Expert Points to Advance Made the same proportion. So, again, do I say to the critics: Give In Recent Years. credit where credit Is duo and use your little hammer wltii more discrimination. The present administration Is doing nil It reasonably can to keep the PRAISES SECRETARY DANIELS navy abreast with the ever Increasing demands of elllcleney and adequacy. We lack battle cruisers. It Is true, but Is due to the shortsightedness of Each this Five First Class Battleships, former administrations. Willi tills sinCosting About $14,000,000, Authorized gle exception our navy today Is exIn Last Three Years Other Units celled by 110 oilier navy so far ns num. Enlistment her of ships, organization of fighting Incroaccd In Proportion Up to Limit. units mid the esprit de corps of Its By E. K. ROOEN, Director of the Navy L. C. TAUL nil' insurance umce I I M - Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies ?7-n0UffliE,i- 1 r - ' v Huh. Jew wMiPM&'mB slm-lib- a uuuif with si liumlier ot adult passcrshy who have Jti- -t vleu.tl the health exhibit .sent r tlit railroad of the stale by the ICeuttcky Tuberculosis Oomirl-wlmi- . i These exhibits show In !''H'i all the average hiyniiiu needs in kttow about how be umy eatcli vuu iiiiiptlon, how ho may be cured of the t:Neae and bow this creitt plague lu.i.v he diivun out of the state THIS hi,, us "NAPOLEON'S It Can Do TYaeed MAXIM. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured "About two years nj;o I bad a severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted for over a week," writes Y. C. Jones, Iluford, N, I). "I became so weak that I could A druygist recomnot stand upright. Colic, Cholera mended Chambcilam's Diarrhoea Remedy. The first i!oe relieved me and within two days I was as well as ever " Obtainable everywhere. Victor Emmanuel's Mustache. The llrit ruler of United Italy allowed bis mustache to attain such n length that in liW later years be would never eat anything at a public banquet. When taking food he was obliged to tie the ends of the mu.tn.liL behind his head, and be would not appear In this undignified attitude In flout or people not bolomiliig to his Wrvlo of in tiniacy. After a visit be paid to Kug land, Harriet, duchess of Sutherland, wrote. "Victor Kmuiauuel Is the only kulght of tile garter I have ever seen Who looks as If he would certainly have the best of It witli the dragon." So evidently he bad acquired the wished for look of ferocity. London Chronicle. Back to Tacitus ih the Second Century. Knpoleon's maxim was. It Is said, that Providence Is on the side of the big battalions, bin by what right It has become the property of the "little corporal" Ik not unite clear. Though he may have acted uikmi It, he did not Invent It. and It H bis merely by rlsht of conquest. In the first place, we can tracu It back to Tacitus, who In the fourth book of hh, history, written somewhere In the second century, says, "Dees adosse" ("The ,'ods are on the From Tacitus side of the stroinrer"). French wejuiii to 51. lltteniteur, who lived in the seventeenth century. "God Is soucrally on the side Itussy-Iiabutlu.- n BIG FRENCH GUN Engine of Destruction Used by Allies Near Arr:3 In Action. tle," ho wrote. From him or more probably from her mother wit Mme. de Ids contemporary, wrote, "Fortune Is always on the side of the largest battalions." Some llfty years later came Voltaire, who wrote in a letter to M. le Itlclie. "It Is said that Hod is always on the side of the heaviest battalions." That letter was written In 1T70, when Napoleon was but one year old. Thus wu come to him whose maxim it is said to Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind be, but here the reference books help piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. us but little and help Napoleon less. at all stores. "Providence is always on the side of 50c the last reserve," is given as bis verClever Hen. sion of the trite phrase, and even this One of Knglaud's sporting peers Is Is not credited to him freely, but only "attributed to Napoleon I." Westmin- the Karl of Norwich, mid they tell a story about an answer which his lordster Gazette. ship once gave to some ouo who bad chalTed him about some of bis bunting of the lnrs battalions against the lit- b sver -. 4 .. vjr J' Chills, Fever and Malaria Photo by American Freu Association. yarns. Cured by taking Mendenliall's Chill Tonic, the greatest substitute for quinine. Tastes good and children love to take it. Sold and guaranteed by Wedding's Drug Store, Ungrateful. "Women are an ungrateful lot." "Anything special?" "Yes. .My wife urged me to go Into politics, and ever since I didn't get nominated she has talked about what a lot of new funlture she could have bought with the raoney I spent." "Yes." lie replied, with a smile. "I that some of them were rather tall yarns. I outdid the wandering hen. A hen. you know, set out to see the world and met a crow In a distant wood. " 'But,' said the crow, 'are you not afraid, without good wings, of losing your way lu all this tangle ' "'Afraid? Not I.' replied the hen. 'Every yard or two I lay an egg to guide myself back by." London Globe. ad-m- it Traveling Man's Experience "In the summer of 188S I had a very Two severe attack of cholera morbus. physicians worked over me from four a m to 6 p. m. without giving me nny relief and then told me they did not expect me to live; that I had best telegraph for my family. Instead of doing so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents ami told him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I took a double and take no substitute. dose according to the directions and went to sleep after the second dose. At five o'clock the next morning I was called by my order and took a train for my next stopping point, a well man but feeling rather shaky from the severity of the attack," writes H, W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky, Obtainable everywhere. Star Legend. Ursa Major, the Great Bear, as tbo constellation has been known, In widely separated parts of the world, has many Interesting stories connected with It. One Is the Indian legend of the bear and the hunters. As pictured by the red men, the bowl of the dipper Is the bear, oud the stars in the handle arc some of the hunters lu pursuit. In the spring the bear comes out of the den In the hills, and the chase begins. All summer It continues until at last lu tbo autumn the bear Is wounded and fulls so close to the earth that Its body drags along the horizon, tinting the leaves with Its blood soon after Buuset. Throughout the early hours of the winter evening the dead bear Is seen beneath the polo by the Imaginative red men of the north. Latimer J. A Read the Want Column Try Our Want Ads Home Care of Consumption Wilson in Southern zine. you tuberculosis, and must you make your tight at Homo like this Then here Is help for you. TIIK STATU TUHKItCl'LOKIK COMMISSION AT THE CAPITOL IJUILDING. FHANKFOUT, HAS l'ltEl'AKKl) A HOOK ON TIIK HOME CAKE OF CONSUMPTION WHICH IT WILL SEND ON ItEQUEST Fit III I TO ANY CONSUMlTIVi: OK TO ANY l'HYSICIAN Olt HEALTH OFF!-OUIN THE STATE. THIS HOOK WILL NOT TAKE THE I'LACE OF IT IS INTENDED TO HELl' THE THE l'HYSICIAN IN ANY CASE. DOCTOR AND THE PATIENT. The book elves helpful suggestions about how to uso fresh air; bow to prepare uttractlvo dlsbes for the patient; how to protect tbo family, so that the disease will not spread to others. Prominent physicians, nurses and social workers havo written and approved tbo book. Any one who needs the book can secure u copy by writing the- Commission at Its otllce In Frunkfort. Woman's Maga- HAVE Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment used Chamberlain's Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I never used anything that did me so much good." Hdward Craft, Ulba, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere, I "Last winter It - Want Ad. if you want quick results. a Try personnel Is concerned. It Is well, therefore, not to take too Leaguo. seriously Irrelevant statements mado So much unfair criticism of the navy nbout tbo unpreparedness of the nnvy department In general, mid of the by men who have their own uxes to secretary of the navy lu particular, has grind nnd who seem to delight In em nppenred lu the press lately as to al- barrassing the administration ntn time most prejudice public opinion In re- when It should have the backing nnd supiKirt of every patriotic and loyal gard to tbo clllclcncy nnd homogeneity citizen. of our naval defense. One writer and public speaker after the other Is taking AT LEAST 44,000 MEN their turn lu assailing Secretary Daniels LABOR IN KRUPP'S WORKS. nnd his administration of the navy. If these attacks were made In good faith they would bo pardonable, but as Mightiest Organization of War In the matter of fact the attacks are for po- World Built on Trade Secrets. lltlcal effect rather than from any real ....... .. 11 ...mi....-uuucisi.iimjiig 01 Hit viii euiiuuiuiia, Kmpp's is more than tho greatest I Ilepresetitatlve Gardner of Massachusetts, who seems to have assumed war factory in the world. It Is tho organizamightiest single. the leading role In the nttneks made' tion that has everIndustrial N'cvi!r In existed. on what Is termed "naval Inellicleney," any Industrial center has there been Is nbout as capable n judge of naval anything like the stupendous concenalfalrs as Is the man lu the street. Yet, trated activity that now reigns In EsIf statements made by Mr. Gardner1 sen, the Westpballan city that has concerning the navy were true, the grown up round the great works, says million dollars of tbo taxpayers' money Keynolds Weekly of London. Essen Is s spent during the last fifteen years on Newcastle and Sheffield nnd rolled Into one. and more. the upbuilding and miriutciiauce of our ' Ueforo tho the navy would be so much money thrown ployed more war 70,000 company emmen. About than to the winds. 10,000 were engaged In the gigantic Fortunately such is not the case. steel works at Essen, where tho 42 Any person of ordinary Intelligence centimeter monsters come from, and who will take the trouble In looking j where dally there streams forth n treover the statistics of the navy will lind mendous, volume of guns and munitions that the expenditures made on our for Germany's armies. Ten thousand naval defense have been money wisely j men were digging for coal In their spent indeed. From u small beginning mines lu Germany.' Fifteen thousand with tile white squadron upon lines tolled nt their rolling mills nt Anncn similar with other maritime natious. nnd Gruscn and tbo blast furnaces of the United States has advanced so Itbeinbauseii. Dulsburg, Xeuwicd and rapidly in naval construction as to Engers. An nrmy of 7,000 wus engaged have overtaken and passed all but the In their shipbuilding yard nt Kiel, and two leading naval powers of the world, 5,000 miners dug oro In Spain. aud today our navy, which for many Day nnd night In Essen work goes years was considered by European and on without ceasing. In the great works even by South American nations as spread over 1,200 acres, 235 of them altogether unworthy of consideration, under roof, nt least 44,000 men toll In Is recognized us n factor of tremendous shifts of eight hours each. Some sixslgnlllcauce In the International uffatrs ty fnctorles make up the organization. of tbo world. Forty miles of standard railway link It Is only fair that credit be given them together and carry their products where credit Is due. The navy should out. Thirty miles of narrow lines are not be made the object of partisan jug- required as auxiliary for tho shops. glery at nny time and least of all at More than 450 miles of cable nnd wire the present time. and over GOO telephone stations and ' twenty telegraph stations are needed to Five First Class Battleships. throughout Perhaps the most noteworthy accom- - facilitate communication pllshmeut of recent years Is the au- the works. Thero nre more than 300 thorized construction of live first class steam boilers to generate the steam for battleships, to cost about $11,000,000 the 7,200 different machines and 2,224 each. The addition of other units to electric motors nt work. And the whole gigantic concern has the navy has been In the same propor- tlon. At the present time there are un- sprung from a humble cottage factory Essen was a filthy, destroy-- . with six workmen. der construction twenty-thre- e era, thirty-eigh- t submarines, three gun- - poverty stricken little hole of a town boats and seven auxiliaries. The pro- - a century ago. when the Knipp Ann Toduy It has duetlon of supplies of munitions for was In Its beginnings. . the Increased slzo of the navy has kept more than 300,000 Inhabitants and Is paco with requirements. Thus the In- one of tbe'fliiest towns In Germany. crease In number of mines on band and in process of manufacture Is 241 per 21, YET HE'S A CHILD. cent nnd In torpedoes 00 per cent. The powder factory nt Indian Head has A. M. Ross Married Girl He Met on been enlarged, so that when the ex Three Day Furlough From Asylum. tension now under way Is completed Alexander M. Uoss of Now York, Its capacity will be nearly doubled. e years old, The critics of the navy lament the who, although twenty-onutter unpreparedness of our fighting has tho mentality of a child of twelve, units and Its lack of battle etllclency, was adjudged Incompetent by u sherdue, they claim, to lack of practice. iff's Jury. The purpose of the inquiry was to But they do not know that during the last fifteen months more bnttleshlps have u committee appointed to manage and destroyers have participated In j the youug man's property, valued at tactical maneuvers for 11 longer period more than $300,000. which he received of time than ever before lu the history from his late father, Alexander M. of the service. The critics may not be Itoss. aware of the fact that under the dlrec- - I It was held on tho petition of the tlon of Admiral Fletcher, upon plans Incompetent's mother, who told about evolved at the naval war college and her son marrying a young woman on a approved by the department, the fleet short acquaintance, hnvlng met her has been busied In tactics to try out while he wns on a three days' furlough Its efficiency and readiness. All re- - from liloomingdale asylum, where be norts tell of the enthusiasmIT of otll- - had been an Inmate for three years. cers and men In this practice and the The marriage was annulled. Dr. William I.. Russell, superintendent of the splendid record mado by tbo ships. asylum, testified that Ross' mentality Enlistment Up to Limit. would not develop. Again, so fur as the enlisted personnel of the uavy Is concerned, for the first time in years is tbo enlistment up NEW BRITISH LIQUOR RULE to the limit prescribed by law, and this BARS TREATS AND CREDIT. has been accomplished, not by lowering the standard of admission to the Resides limiting the hours durservice, but by making tbo service ing which liquor may be sold in raoro attractive to the youug men of towns where the English governthe country. It will not be amiss to state that to I ment has taken over control of the sale of liquors, the board of Secretary Daniels belongs the credit control appointed to deal with and honor of having carried Into effect the munitions areas has ordered evolutions that have placed the naval that there shall be no treating service upon u footing It never had beand has prohibited the giving of fore. I refer to the new system of procredit for liquor. motion, by which capable enlisted men The B.1I0 of liquor In licensed nre given chances to advance lu the I houses bi permitted only between service. Tills system, notwithstanding the hours of noon and 2:30 p. m. the opposition It has met with in some and between 0 nnd 0 o'clock In quarters, Is bound to work about a tho evening. No orders may bo transformation In the personnel of the given or accepted for spirits to , navy. It will substitute for the be consumed off the premises on rollicking seaman of former days Saturdays and Sundays and only au entirely now typo of between noon nnd 2:30 p. ni. on man nctlve, nlert, Intelligent and eduother days. cated, respecting himself nnd respected The penalty for contravention by his officers, well paid, well fed nnd of tho regulations Is fixed at six well clothed, surrounded by comforts months' Imprisonment and a fine of which tbo seafaring man of a scoro of $500. or more years ngo knewnothlng, with the certainty of rapid advancement In J ; I Barrow-ln-Furnes! I . . enre-less- Walls & n rrm mnim Trent mi Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. Q!c3on)ooiroaoc3 Dr. Office R P, Kiinnecke Veterinary Surgeon Trent & Walls' Limy Stable 1o Prepared Treat all Animal Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V.M.D. Hardinsburg, Ky. M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens nt 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors nnd strangers are ally invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordi- Dr. W. A. Superintendent, WALKER, Secretary Jefferson "School COMPLETE ffrpa Li. ai. vrL Law. rwmr atlsutcs. Atccsto2icourt9acdlarKO uureau. Tumva llDrarles, seii-neirABlly IMtyable. For MUCK catalogue and handscmo mit Duotone Ktclitnz of mn Tear ourni ui-t- . 3. c. onil trrm.Jn.3. lrenarefl for bam la TWO YEA15 COURSE, rt- i- ThomuiJeJcrbun ready tofTaino,wrttu ELLIOTT PEKNEBAHER, Sec'y, Louiifiltc, Ky. Once for a Lifetime Thick vertical wooden staves- Build It mi: i ? Water proof rclt, like rubocr roofing- - Outside wall Craine Los No iron hoopi KUJHSI. ir..- Isdrl-; ?531 uovrrl 3$-vt 13$t m.ddoo Cur't ! Cypress siding, continuous, overlapping. :SS!3 A..V: cn f"Y!thcr licet nor colt! r wuUi. It is watcrtlfti.t, n! Craine 3-Y- A WH1 LL Ew.s.iury Buy '.- The Silo Yon WITH A GUARANTY 4r---That cbiolutclj' prptccti tn1 cf construction, itubiul)' L.iibt wLnw. and ictli y r"'ii!, oftrivlce. and near your farm our luf. Iju-- , cuke the co it cf this r.!u vevy rcrH.jt.f-- t Write for booUet Our ocat'j d pio'-.- t til i.f.r.r M4f. crtn;v ?u.;'jwt, i THE ALFRED W. STitL-iJi- ; CO. C Curry, Mir.. Silo Sale P. O. Station G Lou:" OF BABEL TOWER It Remnants Ara Believed to 8Urull Near Babylon's Rulni. It Is doubtful If there Is any place in the world so rich in ancient remains as the valley of the Euphrates, In Mesopotamia. The result Is that to archaeologists and scholars tho place Is a veritable "Tom Tiddler's ground," and new "duds" are constantly being reported. When it is remembered that tradition places tho slto of tho Garden of Eden here, while among Its many ruins arc those of ancient Habylon, the promising nature of tho valley to the scientific excavator becomes apparent. It is near the ruins of Habylon that wo find what many scholars bcllovo to bo tho remains of tho towor of Babel nn immenso cube of brickwork, called by the natives Blrs Nlmrud. Recent exhaustive examination of tho strange pile nnd Its slto has reveal-c- d the fact that the tower that once stood hero consisted of seven stages of brickwork oil mi earthen platform, each being of u different color. The tower boasted of a base measurement of nearly COO square feet and, roso to an unknown height. Even today the ruins rise somo 100 feet above tho level of the surrounding plain. Wide World Magazine. " I I II CVDflDTTDRnC LAr nil i iiiHiir SHOWSBIG GAINS PROLONG USEFULNESS OF THE PEACH TREE 1 INSPIR 0 THE 0 CMTf FIO 4 111 t Mm Shipments of Products I Hn Furnno Wnro nrnro MUCH GOLD COMING HERE. Statistics Show That $26,500,000 Worth of Iron and Steel Was Sent Abroad During One Month Oil! For Oil Amounts to $12,800,000, For Flour $9 800,000 and For Leather $8,500,000. Olllclal figures of foreign commerce for, Mny tell n story with which the American business man lias heconio very familiar during tho past sis months. There has been a largo Increase In exports of nil Hues of goods that nre required as war supplies, such as Iron nd steel products, packing house stuffs, nrl rnko Ulll'll IIIUIUILIIIS, nit inntnl nvrimt cnn. r, leather goods, automobiles and nnil cks. rnMnii snirnr. lUllUliSl'lTU U1I ar stance, are not classlflcd strictly as supplies, but arc In demand beIMisxhm Kiitmlles nstrlmi nnil IITTIO from run. hat Imnort nil tlio xiTf.'ir thpv uicii is u iur cum less man in irn; poorus nun planus, ou per cent less; agricultural implements, .10 per cent less; electrical apparatus, 10 icr cent less, and naval stores, 30 per cent less. The principal Increases, ns shown In round figures, are given In the following table, the comparison being with the exports of May, 1014: May. 1013, The falling off In foreign trade dur- nir Mnv nnnenrs ilirppflr in nil? pointer. Iron and steel manu t2C,D00,000 factures Refined mineral oils.. 12,800,000 9.800.000 Flour 8,000,000 May. 1314. the same month last year. France sent us. in May, tills year, $11,500,000 of goTil, having sent us In the preceding ten months of the fiscal year but $52,- 020. Our export of gold to all countries In the eleven mouths ended with May was $031,720. The total Import of gold from all countries for the cloven months of the fiscal year ended with May was $110,227,015. The grand balance of trade for tho eleven months ended with May, 1015. is of Interest to those who desire to tako a broad view of the trade situation. The total exports for the period named were $2,500,011,024 as compared for the eleven with $2,207,507,101 months ended with Mny, 1914. Imports were down to tho end of Mny, 1015, $1,510,475,000 and for the same months the previous year were The total of exports and Imports for the eleven months ended with .May this year was $1,010,510,524. and the total of exports and imports for tho same months ended with May, $1,730,-390,20- 8,500,000 Ljflther 6,800,000 Cotton goods Commercial automo 100,000 G.G00.000 biles Passenger automo2,900.000 4,000.000 biles 4,100,000 500,000 Brass 1,100.000 Cars and carriages. ... 3.400,000 2,400,000 1,000.000 Cottonseed oil The volume of gold coming Into the country during May was $31,130,000. In May, 1914, It was $1.755,0G2. Dur ing the past May gold came In at New York to the amount of 513,403,035, and at Ogdcnsburg to the amount of $13,- 510,803. The receipts of gold from Canada during the eleven months end 02,740.122. and cd with May were from Great Britain In the same period $1,953,740. Canada's transfer of gold to this country during May was as compared with $1,045,917 0, 19,"00,000 12.C00.000 4,000,000 400.000 3,000,000 4,000.000 1014, was $3,013,903,303, giving nn In- crease for this year over last in tho grand total of foreign trade. Including both exports and Imports, of $72,013,- 210. While this year exports havo In creased by $202,534,823 In the eleven months. Imports have fullen off by $210,921,007. At tho same time tho balance of trade for tho eleven months ended with May, 1915, bad reached the enormous amount of $983,507,324 and, as is well known, with the balance for tho following month of June, passed the billion mark for the first time In tho history of the country. COPS TO MEASURE SKIRTS. antlo City Bathing Dresses Must me Within Three Inches of Knees. no thing of the utmost Importance for the future guidance of summer ktrls in Atlantic City has been settled Definitely and beyond recall. It reflates to the minimum length of the frothing skirt Chief Surgeon Dossert lrector of the bathing beach, pro-ulgatcd an order so explicit that either summer maids, propriety police or beach guards can fall to under-and precisely what it means. "Every bathing skirt worn upon the Untitle City beach must not bo short- tbau threo inches above tho knee nnva thn uknKp with equal force, Beach lector Dossert said, to tall girls and ort sisters, a tape measure nas been to tho equipment of beach thi lA applies winror" tdded Her Peanuts Were Dope. The mysterious "plumed lady" of Cleveland, who banded peanuts to Irhmds sbo met in her strolls, has been Wat to the workhouse for distributing teeaue in peanut shells. When you enter tho agricultural deQueries and Replies Covering Matters of partment ot tho county fair, you feci yout soul uplifted and your llfo takes Importance to the Man Who Runs a Car on a new power that is tbo inspiration of the soil ITou nre overpowered & by the grandeur and magnificence ot Is It common practico to reprind the Will you please furnish mo with soma the scene that Is tho spirit of tho cylinders when a motor Is worn or Is harvest You can hear tho voice of information regarding brazing processit better to get new pistons and rings? nature calling you back to tho soil-t- hat es? All depends upon the condition of Itrazhig metals, which menus that Is opportunity knocking at your they nru Joined by n film of brass, re- theso parts. .Sometimes It Is ndvlsablo door. It Is a good chance to spend a quires u red heat and borax Is gen- to regrlud the cylinders, which Is tho quiet hour In contact with the purity erally used its a flux to protect the case when they are worn oval. In tula and perfection of nature and to sweetmetal from oxidation and to dknolvo case the fitting of new pistons Is u difen your life with It3 fragrance, elevate tho oxides formed. Heating must bo ficult Job, and the previous troubles your Ideals with Its beauty nnd expand dune by means of n blowtorch, gas would return again. If the cylinders . rill ,, j forge, coke or charcoal furnace nnd retain their circularity, then new pis- your Imagination with its power. Theso products as food are fit lor cannot be done by means of a solder - tons nnd rings may bo lilted. the gods, and as an article ot com- hnr Iron, lief ore work Is assembled for. brazing it should bo carefully cleaned.! s it a good plan to place graphite in Fig. 1 Elflht.Year-OlPeach Tree InWhfch New Growth Has Been Mado merce they ought to bring tlp-t- t .i The parts are then fastened together, the crank case with tho regular oil? at Points Remote From Main Trunk. prices on any market In tho world by pinning, but sometimes' generally Graphite shows excellent results Tho products of the soli are teacheM (Prepared by the United States Depart- - the top Is tho samo as that for doing wire bolts or clamps are used. If pos- - when used as a lubricant for the mo- mcnt of Agriculture.) and preachers ns well. ' Their beauty slblo thu pieces should bo fastened In tor. Its nction Is one of n filler, the the annual pruning for tho shaping accompanying Tho illustrations of ,h(J trces and thc removal of super. gives hitman life Its first entertainHlloll wnr Hint flu, Wfirlr mnv 1m iirn.' minute holes in tho cylinder being fillment, their perfection stirs the genius ed over during the process of brazing ed In with thu graphite, thus reducing bo removed bo as to prolong tho often When the vigor of peach trees has In artists; tliclr purity furnishes mod without changing the relation of the friction nnd wear. Some owners uso U3efulne53 of the tree for several been well maintained by good cultural ols for growth of character nnd their parts. ordinary Hake graphite, while others years. If a. peach tree is neglected as marvelous achievements excite our prefer the delloccillnted form. to pruning during its early years and curiosity and wo Inquire Into the won My motor doss not firo regularly. tho branches aro allowed to become Sometimes it misses on one cylinder ilerful process of nature, There is a swishing sound Issuing long and slender; if, as it attains conlleforo leaving tho parlor of agrlcul and then again two become affected. from tho neighborhood of tho right siderable nge, tho bearing wood, In turo where nature ia piradlng in her The missing ckips from ono cylinder to front wheel of my car when it is in splto of the pruning which It has remost graceful attlro and science Is another.doesPosition of to gas and spark motion. It seems to occur once every not ceem lovers make any difceived, has grown out of convenient revolution. What can bo causing it? climbing tho giddy heights of perfec- ference, and the trouble is equally bad reach In harvesting; or If for other tion, lot us pauso and take a retro on magneto and battery. Can you ex There are two vrry likely causes of reasons It becomes desirable to rej low many or you plain this? such a noise. It may bo due to tho spective view, new tho top of a tree, it is usually know that after these wonderful prod Tho missing Is undoubtedly caused speedometer gears meshing too tightly entirely practicable to do so, provided ticts aro raised, they can seldom be by faulty Ignition or curburctlon, and or the demountable Hm has u wedge tho trunk and main limbs are sound marketed at a profit? Tako tho blush It seems more likely that the former loose. Jack up the wheel and rotato and healthy. ing hibertn, ror example they wore Is the cause. First look for short cir- it slowly, and you can soon determine Fig. 1 shows nn peach fed to tlio hogs by the carload last cuits. Operate tho motor In the dark whether the gears are too close. If year. Tho onion tho nation's favorl'o at a moderate rate of speed and note this Is thu caso loosen up the arm that tree which has becomo rather "leggy." vegetable every year rots by tho whether any sparks Jump from any carries the driven gear and move the Tho annual growth for several seasons acre in the Southwest for want of a part of the wiling to the motor or gear only far enough uway so that the has nearly all been mado near tho market and as a result hundreds of frame. Inspect thu insulation of all noise is eliminated. extremities of tho limbs. Very little If the trouble is now wood has grown In tho interior farmers havo lost their homes. Cot the wires for worn or broken spots not found in the speedometer gears ton nature's capitalist often goe,3 where a short circuit to the frame tighten up tho wedges on the rim.' of the tree. begging on tho market at less than might be produced. Tho samo tree was severely headed Any such spots One loose wedge will make n noise cost of production. in, or "deheaded," with a view to deshould be taped or the wires replaced. similar to that you have described, duo Is groat to wander through the Next examine the brushes on tho mag- to thc lack of support at this point It veloping a new top, and Fig. 2 is a sec- Fig. 4 A Peach Tree That Was De headed, but Failed to Develop Sym- oKhlblts while tho band is playing neto. Any that lire worn on the ends ond view of tho tree shown in Fig. 1 "DIxlo" and boast of the marvelous should be smoothed off or replaced so metrical Top. What, in your opinion, is the best way fertility of the soil and prldo ourselves a good electrical contact is ob- to crank a motor, with the throttle methods, suitable pruning, and wise on our ability to master science, bit that open or nearly closed? Sec that management In every respect, their it Is also well to remember that there tained. enough the breaker points nre It Is preferable to crank tho motor to meet squarely and in smooth lifo of commercial usefulness Is gen Is a market side to agriculture that adjustment that Is, the gap between with the throttle only opened n small erally from about eight to nearly does not reflect Its hardships In tho them, when they nru beparated. should amount, say an Inch or nn Inch and twenty years after tho ago exhibits at a county fair. a quarter movement on the quadrant bo between and is reached. It varies, however, quite ot an Inch. Also note With some carburetors It is Impossible widely under different conditions. In whether the insulation In the breaker to start the motor with tho throttle some sections It is rarely profitable box Is in good condition anil whether wide open, while with others It Is gento contlnuo them after they reach tho there is nnv nosslbllltv of a short cir erally done with dllllculty. UNIVERSAL FEACE age of twelve to fifteen years; In cuit either due to this or dirt or oil. ! others they are expected to last until have always been bothered with Take the switch apart and examine thu , they are from fifteen to eighteen or Insulation nnd tighten any loose parts. mot"- knocking when throttle was twenty years old, whllo occasionally hard necessitating my This nation is now In tho midst of Providing all electrical connections op?nef. extreme lim- an orchard from twenty to twenty-fiva controversy as to how best to pro urc tight ami the gaps of spark plugs, it. and tJhat. ofpcoursfi. years old is found which Is still of mote universal peace. That question adjusted to of an I havo been told that by commercial value. Instances of indi wo will leave for diplomats to dls inch, the trouble must be either In the too high compression. it was causedhelD Will it vidual trees remaining productive un cuss, but peace within nations Is no carbiiretloii system or In the coll or matters to reduce compression by raistil a much greater age are not uncom less Important than peace between magneto. ing the cylinder and placing a plate mon, but they seldom, if ever, repre- nations and it Is heavily laden with Assuming that the carbureter adjust- beneath to make a larger compression sent orchard conditions. prosperity for every citizen within ment Is correct, see that there are no space? The high compression reason which The United States department of our commonwealth. nir leaks In the intake manifold. Look agriculture, Washington, D. C, will Many leading politicians and ofttlmes for dirt In the gasoline system and see has h(xli nsslgned to your case is very send interested fruit growers, free of political platforms have declared war that the float is not soaked with gaso - ' Ios!bly correct, although It might bo charge, its Farmers' Bulletin (No. upon business and no cabinet crisis Hue and that the needle valve nnd tloat ' tUi,t carbon trouble Is at the bottom of Fig. 2 Second View of Same Tree In 632) the difficulty. If you have noticed that on "Growing Peaches" which ever resulted. Many men havo stood valve or their seats are not worn. Second Season's Growth, After Begives in detail much information on In high places and hurled "gas bombs" While you may drive with the spark tho knocking continues even after tho ing Deheaded. the pruning of trces, renewal of tops, at industry; thrust bayonets Into bus lever properly advanced and thu mag- motor has been cleaned of carbon It Is iness enterprises and bombarded ag- neto may bo correctly timed. It Is pos- probably due to the high compression well advanced In its second season's Party sible tbnt the linkage connecting the or to a loose connecting rod, wrist pin riculture with Indifference. growth after being deheaded. It leaders have many times broken dip- spark lever with the magneto Is loose, or crank shaft bearing or part. It Is should bo stated that this particular lomatic relations with Industry; sent so that when the lever Is ndvanced the never u good Idea to reduce compresiV si ft' tree was somowhat lacking in vigor political aviators spying through tho breaker box Is not acted upon. sion until you nre sure that It is too and its growth following the treat1kj better to have this affairs of business, and political See that the lubrication system Is In high, and It will ment for tho renewal of the top wan have sent torpedoes crushing working order and check up the measured by gauge and see what It satisfactory ns it would other not as really Is before attempting to cut it Dur into the destiny of commerce. vi.lve timing. wise havo been. Fig. 3 shows a ing tho past quarter of a century wo down by means of a plate. A comElberta tree which was pression pressure of seventy pounds la havo fought many a duel with prog thrifty when It was headed back to What is tho cause of carbon? Kiilllcient, mid for ordinary purposes ress, permitted many politicians to about the extent Indicated in Fig. 2. Carbon deposit Is caused by thu car- you should not have higher carry on a guerrilla warfare against than this. This illustration chows this trco near bon la the oil or gasoline being set If It is below this a civilization nnd point a pistol at tho reduction of comcombustion, growth the end ot its first season's free by the heat of if pression will reduce tho power correheart of honest enterprise. after being deheaded. It should bear No man should bo permitted to cry the mixture Is too rich there will not spondingly, us It influences tho mean a crop ot fruit the next season. be enough air for combustion of all effective pressure in the cylinder. out for universal peace until his recIf a treo which lacks vigor is treat the carbon In the gasoline, and thereord has been searched for explosives. ed in this way, tho results shown in for no vessel armed or laden with fore after the explosion takes place If a motor is equipped with a high Fig. 4 may occur. On a portion of munitions of war should bo given a some carbon In the form of a very tine tension magneto, does each cylinder Is caught by receive alternately one effective spark wero no buds etrcng tho stubs thereclcaranco to sail for the port of Uni- powder will remain. This enough to develop; hence, tho top Let us by all mcan3 thc oil on the walls of the combustion and one surplus spark? versal Peace. was only partially renewed. It the The ordinary four cylinder high tenhavo peace, but peace, like charity, chamber, and the bent gums the oil, tops aro cut back to wood that is not holding tho carbon until the final re- - sion magneto only produces sparks should begin at home. more than threo or four years old. suit Is a bard mass of carbon held to-- , when required that Is, at the begin- gum- - j nlng of tho working stroke. a stronger, moro symmetrical growth gether by a tough, cement-llkSuch n may bo expected than where the stubs Fig. 5 A Tree That Shows Possibilimed oil. In the same way. If too mngneto produces a spark every half left in deheadlng are older than tho ties of Developing New Top When GRASPING AT THE SHADOW much oil is fed to the motor, an ex revolution of tho armature, and thereage mentioned. Occasionally, where cess reaches the combustion chamber, fore by connecting it to tho motor so Limbs Are Cut Back to the Trunk. the trunk remains Bound and retains and the heat burns part of It, but that it revolves at the same speed Just Its vigor, the tops aro renewed two thinning, interplanted crops, and speleaves some of the carbon, which re tho right number of sparks nre or three times. As a rule, however, it cial practices. since a four cylinder, four cyclo No man especially If he Is mar mains on the wall until removed. ia impracticable to dehead for re motor requires a spark every half revried would deny woman any right newal more than once. she demands. My car starts badly. Take the earth and It has a four olution. These sparks aro distributed Sometimes, when for any reason GOOD PROTECTION give us peace, but why does woman cylinder, 425x5.5 inch motor, but only to the proper cylinders In turn by. magneto for ignition. The motor meaus of a rotating brush which makes long for the ballot? FOR GARDEN PLANTS When all Is said and done, Is not works evenly when onco under way. consecutive contact with the tour segstarted rolling down grade ments which are connected to tho high tho selection of the butcher more im- If it can bethrown into gear it start portant to the homo than tho election and then tension wires runnlug to each Avoid Injury by Cutworms, Rab- of a mayor; Is not tho employment ot readily enough. Can you suggest a four cylinders. Tho distributer of the runs remedy for the trouble? nt half tho speed of tlio nrmature, and the dairyman a far moro Important bits and Frost by Use of Your magneto lu probably causing event In tho life of the children than the trouble, although It is well to make tho two are positively connected by Ordinary Tin Can. the appointment of a postmaster; is sure that tho dllllculty does not He In gears. The two nre so set that the not the selection of books for the the carbureter adjustment or Is not brush Is lu contact with ono of tho (By L. SMITH.) Cutworms work havoc on tho new- family library more Important than due to leaky valves. Seo that the segments when tho breaker points sepvoting bonds for Jail and court house? ly set plants. Jack rabbits, cabbage spark plugs' points are Inch apart, arate and thc spark occurs. imWhy docs woman hungry, clean up tho patch by eating portant things In lay aside the that all connections are tight and that life? Why leave tho Will you kindly give me any informatho plants. Jack Frost comes along there are no short circuits. Then exsubstanco and grasp at the shadow? amine the breaker points on tho mag- tion you can on soldering aluminium? and finishes what may be left. De it said to the credit of woman Aluminium Is soldered by tho uso ot neto. File them until they meet To offset theso disasters we keep on hood it is not, 'as a rule, the squarely, nnil then adjust them until a blowtorch. A solder which may bo hand a lot of cans (ends removed by womanthat heating) which wo place over the wants towho rocks tho cradle that tho motor runs evenly nt nil speeds. used without a flux Is composed of cast tho ballot; it is not riic exact distance depends upon the seventy-fivparts of and plants as we set them. 3 Elberta Peach One Year1 Fig. the mother who teaches her children In caso of danger from frost, a to say "Now I lay me down to sloop" magneto, but should be somewhere be- tin, s eighteen parts of zinc and two and Growth After Heading Back. parts of aluminium. and Inch. If the points Tho tween handful of straw placed on top of tho that haranguos tho populace; it is not nre fur apart thu motor will not liarts should bo slightly heated before it is desirable to renew the top ot can will ward off any ordinary frost. the daughter who hopes to reign as start 'oi will miss at slow speeds, applying. Tho solder should bo forced or a comparatively young tree, the headTho cans aro not removed until fall. queen over a happy home that longs while If thc points arc too near togeth tu place by means of a stiff metal ing in may be mado much more so- - In case of drought, one can fill tho can for the vero than that suggested by Fig. 4 full of water and it will soak away is, as a uniform ot tho suffragette. It er It will miss nt high speeds. There brush. Another solder which requires rule, the woman who despises Is nlso n chance that thc magnets aro a flux, however, is mado up of 80 per the annual pruning for the shaping gradually. her home, neglects her children and weak. If ho it will bp difficult to ob- - cent tin and 20 per cent zinc, stearic h This Is shown in Fig. 5, where all tho It will not increase the labor scorns motherhood that to do this for your garden plants and smashes windows. leads parades talu a spark nt low motor speeds. add being used as a flux. The objecbranches have been cut back to the Make sure that all the brushes are tion to soldering aluminium is that the will save 25 per cent of your and trunk of the tree. making good contact joint is not very strong. The season for deheadlng to renew plants from being destroyed. i mm WijfWmi W vJ'l L' By Peter Radford. m , J 11 eight-year-ol- d mmwiim g I , e ,,,, seven-ye- ar-old o gen-crate- a e tlve-tent- five-tenth- one-tent- HARDUiSBURG NEWS Baseball Excursion To J. M, Howard. K. 15, Moorman. ' W. C. Kane. fo1lcioi IOC SOCIAL NOTES Many Personal Items of Interest Summer Travolinti and Rockvale. Henry Hall. Milt Craig. Ira Ilurton. Louisville, Ky. Second Annual $1.25 Sunday. August 8 Via l'rank Rupert. A T. 1IHAUD, Chairman. IWNNIU SHISHRAN, RUSSKLL R. COMPTON, County Hoard of Hlcctlou Commissioners, Popular OWEN Did Mjim-lxiil- Past-Time- s. MASONIC PICNIC Irvington, Ky. Saturday, July 31,1915 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 ail Descriptions BOBBINS DEAD. give you a pat on the L., H. & St. L. R'y. Leave Cloverport Arrive Louisville Leave Louisville . T0BINSP0RT. Karl Wcnthcrholt, who has typhoid, is slowly improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Stninp, of Tell City, motored up Priday, and were guests of relatives Miss Jidith Polk nnd Mrs. Willia Porthoffer, of Kvansville, are visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Polk' Prof. Porrcst Polk nnd family, of Sharpsville, arc visiting his mother, Mrs. Clara Polk. The theatrical treat of the season, "Amy of tht Circus," on Emerson's Showboat Monday, August 2. Mrs. Aenry Lamb, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Vina Rogers, of Cloverport, arc visiting her son, Klbert Lamb, of Mtiucie. Rev. N. I?. Gabbert, of Owcnsboro, filled his regular appointment nt the Uaptist church Sunday. The Modern Woodmen gave an ice cream supper here Friday night Mr. and Mrs I). II. I'nrrishnud Henry Parrish and family motored to Tell City Sunday in their new car, and were uests of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Stamp. Alec Aid and family, accompanied by- Mr. and Mrs. Mnttingly, of Cloverport, motored to Tell City Thursday in Mr' Alil s new Overland car. Mrs. Prank Sanders was iu Cloverport shopping Thursday. Rev Gussie Cooper, of Kussellville, Ky., is the guest of Miss Myrtle Hawkins. l',ig it on If It heightens yojr courage, er lighten your uaek, Maybe suuiehody else has been dressing in black; God (fives you Mcir 7:09 a. m. I0;00 a. m. ROTURMNfi 8:30 p. m Pass It on. yawn; a smile not to make it a Mrs. Mattie TVitll and children have gone to Irvlngton and Leitchlield to Pas it on. Kdwattl Vance Cook. An Ice cream supper will be given Friday evening iu the courthouse hall by some numbers of the Uaptist Sunday school for the bencllt of the Uaptist chutch. Morns Benton and Ralph Richardson, of Oarfisld. are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor Compton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and daughter, Miss l'auline Compton, and .the Misses Compton, of Allen, Texas, 'loft Sunday afternoon for a visit to Lexington in their automobile. Attorney Allen R. KInchcloo has gon to San Kranclsco to attend the Exposition. Krom thero ho will no to Long Ueach to attend a lawyers' convention; then visit San Oieco and then on to llonita to be the guest of his sister, Mrs. ICuocli Norton. The Showboat you know, Hmerson's Golden Rod, with another new show Cloverport Monday, August 2. Mrs. A. N. Nklllmar. entertained for dinner the following uuests: Mr. and r N. Mrs. Herbert Heard. Mesdames Hatcher, F. U I.lghtfoot, T. J. Uook, Frank Dcllaveu, Misses' Jane Light-foo- t, jLlnnio Walls and Mary Laliuo visit relatives. Mrs. Frank Ritchie, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Lewis, returned home Monday. Offices of Primary Election. The first two named in each precinct are judges and the sheriff and clerk appear in order named. HurdliiMiurs: No. I. W. W. Ileiiningcr W. S. Skillman. l'at Sheeran. 15. V. Lyons. Ilnrdlnsburg No. 2. John Coukwright. Marshall Norton. I)r C. A. Galloway. Taylor lienrd. Hardlnsburg No. 3. Andrew Driskell. Win. Seaton. C. 15. Robbins. O. S. .Miller. Ilardlnsburj; No. 4. J L. Hall Mike Miller. Cnl Hendrick Paul Shrewsbury. LIMITS OF VISION. Beard. Dr. Allen L. Kincheioe, of Stanley, is the guest of his parents, Dr. A. M. Kincheioe and Mrs. Kincneloe. Dr. K. Doll, of Philadelphia, Penn., is the guest of Irvin Taylor at the home of bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hnlltown. T. 51. Hates Hen Taul. It. V. Prank. Alf Hawkins. Cloverport No. I. Allen Waggoner. Prank Greenwood. N Carter. L. II. Cliapin. . Alfred Taylor. Miss Katura Johnszn is visiting Miss Isabel Moorman, near Harned. Mr. Kenneth Hoard, of Tucson, Arizona, has been the guest of Mrs. Amos Hoard and Mr.i C. L Heard. He was Cloverport No. 2. R. T. O X. Henry H. L R. O ' accompanied fiom Louisville by bis aunt, Mrs. Rebecca McGary. News has been received from that Mrs. Marcia Mattingly Is very sick. Misses Exie and Lillian Lewis have returned fiom a visit to relatives in Meade county The following atteuded the picnic at Misses McOuady last Saturday: Kathleen Ilolicn, Mary and Margaret Sbeeran, Leo lloben, Raymond Shee-raLlnds ty McGary, Dr. R. P Miise. Kuth Kincheioe and Eliza Miller. Mrs. Dick Soper was bitten by a snake last Monday. Dr. H. E. Royalty wtut to Long Lick last wjck to do some dental work. Mr. and Mrs Claud Yoager and children, of Lcltchlicld, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard n, Kuu-ncek- Polk Harris. Waggoner. Stader. Cloverport No. 3. Perkins. John Jennings C. G Hrabrandt J C. Hlack. Stepbcnsport. Sam Laslie John Plood. Arthur Hanks. S H. Dix. Union Star. Sam liasset. John Avitt. James Ricketts. Horace McCoy. Mooleyvllle. J. G. Hrodie. H. P. ligurt. G. II Cunningham. H. G. Vessels Why It Seems to Rain In Streaks Instead of In Drops. When It Is raining Just what does oiio see? We know that the rain consists of drops, nearly xpbcrlcnl, falling either vertically or at an angle (If the wind be blowing). Hut what do we see? We s o streaks through the nlr and not drops nt all. The reason is that the oyu cannot follow the raindrop iu Its lllght and so cannot see just the drop continually. The eye gets only one glimpse of the drop in one position, while an Impression Is made on the retina for some distance by the drop moving. If the drop were still wo could look at it as long us we chose, nnd the imago of the drop would be In Just ouu place on the retlnn, but If Ave let the drop escape from our direct view It makes an Image, or, rather, a succession of Images, on the retina, and that Is what we see. Hut why does the retina show this succession of Images' It certainly sees at nuy one tlnio the drop In Just ouu position, so It would seem that the last position seen would be the one. This is not the ease, and the cause is due to what Is known as persistence of vision. We cannot quit swing n thing Immediately after getting a view of it. It takes about un eighth of a second fur the retina to lose an image, and so this succession of images will be on the retina at ouo time and will cause a streak. For thu same reason the spokes of a rapidly rotating wheel cannot be seeii except as a blur. For thu bamo reason moving pictures are possible. New York American. Brass Band! IV! usie All Day Ice Cream Cold Drinks Big Crowd, Morning and Afternoon lCIOIf( Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE if 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. last week. Mr. and Mrs. (J. Heard aro at home from Louisville, where they have been tho guests of Juoge and Mrs. William Ahl. Mr. aud Mrs Preston Phillips and children, of Louisville, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Henning, near town. Webster. Jess Parks. H . H. Norton. Cbas. Claycomb. A.J Dye. BEAUTIFUL NOSES. Irvlngton. W. J. Piggott. S. C. Dowell. Newsom Gardner. H. A Ater. Hobart Shellman entertained the camping party at the Commercial Hotel last Kriday evening. A lunch was served. Mr. Juliu Akers has returned from a business trip to Howling Green. Rev. Moncer, of Heed, ICy., said mass at St. Uomauld's church Sunday morning. Mrs. Nannie Adklssou is at the country homo of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skilliuan for a visit. Supt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent spent Sunday iu the country with Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have returned from a live weeks stay at Hendersouville, North Carolina. Mrs. Will Lennou and daughter returned home Sunday from Stophens-por- t, where they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Haswell returned home Friday night from a trip to Washington, D. C , Niagra Falls, New York City and other places of In- Uewleyvllle. Chas. lllauford. W. W. Keith. Pinis Claycomb. I). C. Heron. Big Spring. J. T. McCamish. Jeff Trent. James HuiTines. Willis Johnson, , Custer. W. H. Tinius. Virgil Harned. Joel llruner. W. P. Romine. ,i . ' . Hudson. Mc. II. Quiggins. Irwin West. George Royalty. Ves Cliver. Hook Deuiiie Webster. John A. Carman. Homer Pile, Curtis McCoy. They Aro Very Rare, It Seems, and Deservo Honorable Mention. Lovely eyes you will ilnil and, though finely cut mouths are scarcer, It will bo a strange day when you do not see several. Hut the discovery of u renlly beautiful nose Is mi event of a lifetime. I myself havo found exactly, seven. And yet I consider myself catholic In my taste for noses. I can enjoy a noe for its mete expressiveness, whether It Is aggressive or aristocratic or humorous. Hut It Is amazing how seldom this feature really satisfies the eye. The bridge- may bo too thick or too high, the line from the forehead too abrupt or too severely straight. More often a nose that Is really promising In Its beginning falls lu the end. It keeps on too long or not long enough, while tho tip finds n dozen ways to err, aud n fine nostril Is rarely seen. In our typical American faces, overcrowded with features ns our houses nrc with furniture, the noso Is commonly disproportionately large. Hut your really beautiful nose la a delight In every way. It la as fur from sharpness as from coarseness. It shows strength without obtruslvcness, delicacy without fastidiousness, breeding without arrogance. It suggests humor, spirit and during. Hut I tell you candidly that thero aro not more than 100 such In the I.OOO.OOO noses of Now York. You aro lucky when one happens to como your way. Atlantic Monthly. - I I The Pyramid of Success it Louiso Collier Wilcox writes of tho qualities of successful woman and given them as follows: Tenderness, Patience, Brains, Humor, Reliability, Persistance, Sense of Value, HTlif. ..w Sympathy, Health, nrtlflft is v.ilimhlp tn pvprv wnmnn .. Self-Control -. J Refreshing Short Stories Delightful Styles for Summer A New Way to Can Vegetables Am nmnno- - tlio' Rnlmulirl nrrielns j . In Tire August Delineator j He Stood. In n crowded Market street car ono evening recently. A gallant passenger shifted his bundles, nrose, pretended to tako off his hat and said to an equally It not more burdened femulo standee, "Won't you take iny seat, madam?" "Oh. thank you so much!" cried the lady. "I'll tako the seat with pleasure, but I don't want you to stand up." "Gee. lady," he grinned, blushing, "I'd like to accommodate you In both ways, but what would tho icopIo think San If you was to sit In my lap" It happened McDanlel's. Joe Glasscock. Clyde Hicks. Pul Gardner. Lou Glasscock. terest. Miss Klleu Mingus left Monday for Tar Fork to visit relatives, Mr. Owen Robblns died at Lakeland Overcoming Difficulties. singular In life us nd nothing tills. Hint everything opposing appears to loso Its substance the moment one actually grapples with It. Hawthorne. I II Francisco Argonaut Music Among In the current issue side, David Maunes have neighborhood tions iu schoolhouses. Sunday and bis remains were brought here Monday at noon. dlen Dean. II A. Whittiughill. None but the III bred ridicule the culiarities of others. pe- extract from what he has to say on the with a teacher in the summer, it could subject: continue its work alone iu the winter "What are you going to do with your and make the deep silences of frosty schoolhouse this summer? I know a evenings harmonious with song. community which is planning to make "Do you know the wonderful story of its schoolhouse into a music club. the Litchfield Chorus? In Litchfield "Almost every neighborhood has in it County, Connecticut, where small towns someone who knows a little more about climb up and down steep hills, there music than the rest of the people, and organized in five of these towns singing who would welcome the chance to give classes called the Litchfield Choral lessons or to train a tiny chorus or or. Union, under the care of one teacher. chestra for a price which would become "Seveu hundred people belougfltfc very small when divided among a num- these classes, and drive for mileJbn ber of people. cold, snowy nights to their rehearsals, "If your community has no member Once a year these classes have a great who wishes to undertake this work, you festival together at Norfolk. could get, by applying to the women's "There is a similar musical organizaFarmers. music clubs of your State, addreses of tion in Kansas; aud nowhere in the of l'urui aud Fire, teachers, probably idle through the sum- world is the strange and majestic geulus urges farmers to mer, who would be glad to come on an of llach better understood and inter- musical organizaarrangement with you. preted than in the mining town of following is an "If a music club made a good start Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,"