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CHURCH RALLY E 8 Pages COUNTY SUNDAY No. 5 SCHOOL CONVENTION FAIR, WEDNESDAY, Home-Coming AUGUST 18, IS NAMED AT OLD F Methodist Church, Hardinsburg, August 13 and 14. PKOGKAM. 2:30, Dinner Under the Sacramental Services at Eleven O'clock. Met Here For 88 Shade Trees Democratic and Republican NomiYears. Dinner on Ground. , nees For Governor to Speak. is Planned--Bi- g Wednesday, August 18, the first day in our coi'nty is invited to bring their of our county fair will be "Hrecken-ridg- e pupils to our fair. All children under County Day." This will be the 12 years of nge will be admitted at the greatest day socially our people will gates free. To the school that has enhave experienced In the last decade. rolled the greatest number of pupils Everyone in the county is expected present on this day, will be presented a participate in this gathering. It will banner and a premium of $10 00 in gold be crowned "Hreckenridge County's will be awarded. This amount is to go Home Coming Day." Every individual to school library or other purposes at Hardlnsburg's in our county who has a relative or school's descretlon. friend or an acquaintance, living out- High and Graded Schools, being largeside of our county is solicited by our ly in excess in numbers of pupils, nre committee to invite them to this home- excluded from this contest, but nil coming. children under 12 years old will be given free admission nt the gates. Under the Trees. Basket Dinner Come bring your basket of dinner, tables will be arranged under our beautiful shade trees for the accommodation of the spread, ' The Democratic and Republican nominees for Governor of Kentucky will deliver addresses of welcome to our guests at the noon hour. School Children's Day. Another attraction for this day It will be christened as "Hreckenridge County's School Children's Day," this day will be observed as our school day for Breckinridge county, every teacher Annual Day of Pleasure and Meeting of Old Friends and New Acquaintances Many Come. PRIZES ARE GIVEN. The EVERYBODY INVITED. Wanted. In addition, we will have a beautlfu array of fine stock and nn interesting program. We trust that every Individ ual in our county will feel the imporon this octance of his casion, and realize that in unity there is strength. This is our county's enterprise and we plead for your assistance and if accorded us, we know that success will be our crown. Very truly, ADVISORY BOARD. A goodly number of the people of the county and of the adjoining counties aro aware of the fact that "Old Free dom Congregation" is the oldest congregation In the county. They have been worshiping at the same placu and the same Sunduv (second) for S8 years. Many of our fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters professed religion on or near this sacred spot. Many members of the various churches claim this as their spiritual birth place. We will set aside the hour of two o'clock as the hour. We will line up on the ground and march lu church mill there hnvn wli.it ! known as n "Time and Place Meet- lag" and come prayiug that the Lord will give un a I'eutecostial blessing. Next Sunday Is the day. Come bring your lunch baskets and spend the day together as our forefathers did. This meaus any one who professed religion there, regardless of church affiliation Sacramental services at U o'clock a.m. Come, you ore welcome. C. L. HRU1NGTON, Pastor. W. T. DOWELL,, Clerk of Ses Irvington, Ky., Aug. 2. (Special. Masonic barbecue was quite a success, fair weather, good attendance and plenty of amusements. The prizes awarded: Latest newly weds on grounds Sterling silver sugar shell, won by Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Ekron. Cracker eating contest $2.00, won by James Mattlngly, l'aynesville. 1,'rettiest baby on grounds (one to two years old) Toilet set, Martha Torpey, Louisville. Best looking young lady on grounds Miss Mary Smith, Guston, $5 pair of Queen Quality shoes. Pig chase Geo. Musselman, S2. Tallest man on grounds Shave, shampoo, massage, hair cut, Oscar Bratulctte, wiuner. Egg race $2.50, Miss Adkins. Boys' foot race 2, Wallace Dowell. Potato race $3 hat, Goebel Thompson. Largest family on grounds 50 lbs None-Suc- h Hour, Byron Ilenninger. Soap pole $2, Robert Thompson. Oldest married couple on grounds $0 rocking chair, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Helt. Miss Stein, of Louisville, who is the guest of Miss Eliza Piggott, won the buggy. Lucky No. 8. While the figures have not been compiled, It is a certainty that the Masons FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 13. Devotional iov. Robt. Johnson 2:fi0. President's Message. 3:00. Messages from Departmental Superindcndcnts: Elementary Miss Bettie Kincheloc Secondary Miss Eva Currigan Adu't Mike Lyddun Education ,J. 'j'rent Visitation Min Jennie Payne Organization Rev. O. L. Bruington Missions i&.JMrs. Mamie Gregory Temperance and Purity Rev. S. K. Hunt EVENING SESSION 7:30. Devotional 1CV. fj. L. Hruington "The Possibilities of a' Rural Sunday School" Rev. Geo. A. Joplih SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 10:00. 10:20. 10:35. 10:i". 11:20. Devotional Rov. R. T. Laslio Secretary's Report and Minutes of last Convention County Secretary "Inconsistent Excuses" S. C. Dowell "The Great Objective. " "Goals" Oll'ering. Adjourn for Dinner. . Rov, Geo. A. Joplia TO THE VOTERS OE BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. 1 :30. At the instahce of my good friend, VIc Robertson, I came to your county seat (Hardinsburg; on Monday, May 11th, It was my pleasure to mix and mingle with many of your good citizens Among the distinguished visitors in Ellzabethtown yesterday was Judge N. McC. Mercer, of Hardinsburg, who is Claude the father of Commissioner Mercer. Judge Mercer is one of Kenme from my boyhood and have espoused tucky's finest gentlemen. The Ellzamy candidacy since my announcement. bethtown News. It Is with a grateful heart that I come to you now with this message Subscribe Today the impressions ara lasting, I shall always treasure with pride the many courtisles from your hands and the you gave me in my race for Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics, and now that the election is close at hand I am taking this method of again coming to you remind lng you of my interests, and to tell you how profoundly grateful I shall be to each and every voter in your county for his support. Kentucky is a groat State covers a great area, its resources are rich and grand, so many angles to the situation, I have visited most all the counties within its boundaries, and am glad to tell you my friends are loyal, my new acquaintances are a source of the greatest pleasure to me: I shall always treasure with the greatest pride and esteem the many kindnesses and assurances of support proffered me by my new friends, and the fidelity and loyalty from the ones who have- know which to mo, as to all other apprccl atlve souls. Is the proudest moment of my life; I have every assurance of my victory on August the 7th, my friends throughout Kentucky are responsible for all, 1 feel confident that my race is won, but from now until after August the 7th, is the critical period in my political existance. When I think of the reception ac corded me by Breckinridge county's people, and the many expressions of encouragement you gave me, I natur ally feel that I will receive an over whelmingly big vote from your hands, and in my humble way I wish to thank you each and all from a most appreciative heart for all that you give me, and beg that you remember me loyally and gratefully as a farmer's friend. Respectfully, MAT. S. COHEN. 1:40. 2:00. 2:30. 3:00. 3:30. 4:00. Will Entertain District Sunday School Convention August 8. Nice Program. are ahead. The District Sunday School Conven In lOiU tion will be held at Mt. Pisgah next Sunday. An all day meeting will be held and dinner served on the ground W D. Smith, county president, Logan HIckerson, Ira D. Behen aud Mrs. W C. Frank will take part in the program Left Monday on Here's hoping for another barbecue 8. BJWNE an Electioneer- AFTERNOON SESSION. Song and Prayer Service. "How to Secu ro Trained Workers" Mrs. W. J. Piggott "Golden Jubilee Convention" State General Secretary "The Influence of tho Home in tho Sunday School" Mrs. A. M. Ivincholoo "What the Sunday School Can do for a Community" Mrs. J. O. Tucker Election of Officers and Report of Committees Adjourn. W. D. SMITH, President. T. U. HENDERSON, Vice President. MISS NORA DRISKELL, Secretary. YOUNGJPEOPLE Have Ten Days Camp at Sul ing Trip. Friends Hope for His Success. Irvington, Ky., Aug. 2. (Special.) S. B. Payne lett Monday morning on an electioneering trip. The citizens of our town and community at large are anxious for Mr. Payne to win the race. Regardless of polotlcs they heartily endorse Mr. Payne as circuit court clerk. He is known as an honored and upright citizen, bearing a uameabove reproach. He served in the post office for seven years, was not only efficient, but congenial; therefore, we feel that he can fill this office with dignity. Numerous friends hope for his success and feel that for him to tty, means success. ANNOUNCEMENT Of RAY-Mjpi- j SH the Engagement of Alls j'.J flary Eva Schlndler and fir. Martin 0. Koepecke. ft Were Married July 28 ty, Ky. A atFlaher a phur Springs. Attending Camp Meeting at Kingswood. Hardinsburg, Ky., Aug. 2. (Special. ) The following young people are at Sulphur Springs in camp: Misses Hallie and Francis Lee Brown, Eliza and Louise Taylor, Elolse Hook, Mar tha Baker, Ruth Klncheloe and Emma Meador; Messrs. Franklin Klncheloe, Robert Haswell, Samuel Evans, Mur ray B'own, James Howard Gardner, John Gibson and Frances Dillon Miss Bettie Taylor went as the chaperon. These young people spent two weeks at this place last year. They will be close enough to attend the camp meeting at Kingswood. Wedding Breakfast Served in Their Honor. Judge Mercer Complimented. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schindler, of Irv ington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Eva, to Mr. Martin G. Koepecke, of Milwaukee, Wis. The wedding will take place In Louisville the latter part of August. Mrs. Clemmons Dead. Mrs. Luther Clemmons died at her home at Rock Vale, July 27th. A more extensive account of her life will be given next week. five guests. Hig Spring, Aug. 2. (Special.) Miss Marie Ray and Mr. K. H. McCura-miswere united in the holy bonds of matrimony on the twenty-eightday of July at Flaherty, Ky. The Rev. Mr. Fredericks pronounced the ceremony. Immediately after the wedding they returned to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. A. A. Ray, where a delightful breakfast was served to thirty h h STATEJPOLITICS G. B. i McQuady Milling Co, i The Mill That Saves You Money Likens Only T From Fourth District. Candidate Congressional IRVINGTON PHARMACY The Drug Store That Saves You Honey! S Teacher Thomas Get Our Prices Thomas, I was sure you would bo late to school this morning, I saw you on your way to mill. "Yesum, but you seo I j'ust went after Hour nnd Tho McQundy Milling Company's Flour is like cold sauce meat, it is always read'. At tho last presidential election the Change Made in Time of Train Fourth Congressional District cast 21,- No. 143. Arrives at Clover-po- rt 032 votes for Woodrow Wilson, one 7:09 P. M. Train No. 14? (in and after August 1 will leave Louisville 4:2."i p. m. instead of 4:40 p. m. as formerly, arriving at Cloverport 7:09 p. m., Hawesville 7;:i0, Owensboro 8:18 p. m. Authorized by assistant general passenger agent of the Henderson Route. 1 Let us Have Your Order We Pay The I Companions Meet. Hardinsburg, Ky. , Aug. 2. (Special. J Companions: Western Star Chapter, No. 20, will meet Monday, August 9, I9I5, at 3 o'clock p. m., for conference of all the Chapter degrees. A large class will receive the degrees. Two companions King Solomon' from Chapter in Louisville will assist in the work. All companions ate cordially invited. Supper at 0:30 p. m. J. Whltworth, II P. Andrew Drlskell, Secretary. Freight on 400 lbs. or More to Your Station llUcQUADY MILLING COMPANY, McQUADY, KY. tenth of the entire Democratic vote in Kentucky, and it has never failed to give loyal support to all Democratic nominees. In the primary election to be held on August 7th the Fourth Congressional District has but one candi date seeking the nomination for State office, and that is G. li Likens of Ohio county, who asp'res to the office of Secretary of State. All other things being equal, Mr. Likens should have the united support of the Fourth Dis His friends say that trlct democracy. All other things nre MORK than equal;" that his qualifications, Ills per sonal integrity, his party loyalty nre not excelled by any other candidate running in the August primary. A stronger candidate or more profici ent officer could not be selected. The Fourth District has no Democrat now holding nn elective State office nt Frankfort, and unless Mr. Likens is uomimtted it will not be represented on the State ticket. VOTIi FOR HIM. Anise Seed, per lb 20c Celery Seed, per lb.... 300 Red I'epper, per lb 30c Red I'epper Pods, per lb 30c Cinnamon liark, per 11 25c Cinnamon Ground, per lb 25c Coriander, per lb 15c Caraway Seed, per lb 20c White Mustard Seed, per lb. ..20c Wo liavo just received a s upply of fresli spices of tho best quality which wo have put on sale at the tallowing reduced prices: Mustard, ground yellow, per lb. 25c Allspice, per lb. ....20c 60c Mace, per lb.... Nutmeg, per do. ..5c Itlack Pepper, ground, per lb.. 20c lllack Pepper, whole, per lb. . .20c Sage, peril) 30c While Pepper, per lb 30c Tumeric, per lb ,15c Cloves, ground, per lb. . . ...30c Cloves, whole, per lb, . ...30c Fresh Spices ..... ........ 10c .15c - We give You Louisville Prices: FRUIT ACID KEEPS FRUIT FROA1 Sl'OILINO, Package WHOLH MIXIU) SPICK, Fine Flavor, 15 CI5NTS P15R POUND. Paraffine, pound...., Scaling Wax, per lb. Jar Ring, doz... .5c and ioc ......5c Send Us Your Films To Be Developed & Printed Agents Eastman Kodak Company Vote Fop McChesney For Governor! IF YOU ARE AGAINST WHISKEY I rLOVERPO (The Town That Put The 9 "Cue" in Barbecue ft V 95 At The Same Old Place-SKILLM- AN'S GROVE Free-Bri- ng -- No Dust of Shade-I- ce Water "- Your Drinking Cups M. 25 Ij A You All - M-M- m.M. m.M. you All Fried Chicken, Mutton, Beef, Potatoes, Pickles, Bread; Pies; Coffee 5c a Cup jjtn 25c LOWEST POSSIBLE EXCURSION RATES ON R. R. RRY-GO-ROUN- D BRASS BAND Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet, 4:15 p. m. will ho given away by M. Ilunmuin, Son & Co., see it on dmplay in our show window. 50-Ya- rd Free for All Foot Race, 3:00 p. m. Prize One Puir Shoes, Conrad Sippcl, The Shoe Man 18 years and under $2.50 Baso Ball Goods, M. Wcathorholt Dash for Boys, 3:45 p. m. Most Popular Lady on Grounds One Puir Shoes, choice of any in the House, L. MeGavock 2nd Prize, dozen Photographs, $5.00, C. G. Biabandt 1 4-Burner New Perfection Oil Stove Tallest Man on Grounds, 3:15 p. m. One Hat, The House of Quality, F. Fraize, General Merchandise With Boss Oven, 4o0 p. m.. Largest Family of Five or More on Grounds $2.50 Worth of Groceries, (J roi'cricu will bo given away by Conrad, Payne & Co. Gibon Bros., Iligh-Grad- c Meats Race on All Fours, 2:45 p. m. years or under Travelling Hag, Quiggins & Beavin 21 Oldest Lady on Ground, 12:30 p. m. One Set Dinner Plates, 5c and 10c Store, Mrs. E. Woison- borg Candy Eating Contest, Huucuin, Den tint 12 M. Only one piece of candy to be eaten, $5.00 Dental Work, Dr. Little Girls' Ball Throwing Contest 2:30 p. m. ages 8 to 12 Miss Evelyn I licks Hat, Shoe Hunt, 1:45 p. m. One-hal- f barrol Blue Ribbon Flour, Cannolton Flouring Mill Ladies' Ball Throwing Contest, 2:15 $IU)0 Pcnslar Toilet Combination, Wedding's Drug Store. Largest Lady on Ground, 1:30 p. m. Ono Funcy Parlor Lamp, J. H. Brown Climb the Greased Pole and receive choice of any nhoe in our store, livorything Good to ICut and Wear Men's Ono-lml- 50-Ya- rd Dash, 2:45 p. m. J. C. Noltc & Bro. 25-Ya- f barrol Best Patent Flour, Star Roller Mills Person H olding Lucky Dinner Ticket, 3:30 p. m. Big Ben Alarm Clock, price $2.50, R. L. Oolzo rd Cash Donation .1. Dash for Girls, 2:00 p. m. 10 years or Under $5.00 Hat, Mr. J. N. Cordroy T. O'Connoll, $2.50 Youngest Walking Child, 1:15 Cloverport p. m. will be given a savings account of 5.00 by Bank of Capture the Mysterious Man Say to hint, "You aro the man of inyMory and I claim as uiy ruwurd $5.00 bunk account ottered by The Breckinridge Hunk, Ulovcrport, Ky." Young Lady Selling Most Dinner Tickets, 4:00 p. m. 1 Largo Cake, Weathorholt's Confectionery Oldest Man on Grounds, 1:00 Ono p. m. year's Subscription to The Breckonridgo News The Home-Comin- g Event of The Year Under Auspices of St. Rose Church TOM RHEA HAS PROVEN TO FR1E! VOTE FOR 8. B. For Circuit PAYNE Pri- B i Court Clerk. TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY t mary, August 7th, 1915 (First Saturday.) Played Important Part In Forcing Large ations to Pay Their Just Proportion of Taxes and is Best Qualified In Every Way fcr Auditorship It Is natural and proper that tho Democrats of Kentucky should take a deep Interest In the selection of their candidate for Governor on August 7, but they should not allow that race to overshadow all others and cause thorn to neglect or overlook other Important races. Especially should they give their attention to tho Auditor's race, for that position ranks in Importance next to that of Governor. Tho Auditor is tho head of tho fiscal affairs of tho stato and tho head of tho Important Hoard of Franchise Assessments which fixes tho franchlso valuations upon which all corporations doing business In tho state must pay taxes. The work of that board Is of importance to tho people, and, above all others, tho "Auditor, who presides as chairman of the board, should bo a man well equipped and to about two million dollars for tho same period. Should tho courts uphold tho action of the board In regard to tho four railroad companies, It would add about one million dollars more to the state, and about two million dollars moro to tho counties, cities, towns and school districts In the samo four years. No man has had moro to do with this great work than Tom Ilhea, and no man now seeking a nomination for a atato office Is better prepared than ho to render useful and valuable service to the state and to tho people In tho next four years. Mo other man seeking this ofllce has ever had the slightest experience with Its duties. Some of his enemies, nt the beglnnl.'T of this campaign, undertook to criticise him and his record as an official but they had to quickly abandon such attacks, because the published facts clearly disproved their misrepresentations. In tho next administration, .Mr. Rhea .would prove himself a tower of strength to tho stato in the conduct of its revenues and fiscal affairs. As a Democrat and party worker, there Is not a blot upon his record. Four years ago, when lie was on the state ticket as the nominee for Treasurer, he added great strength to the ticket, as was shown by tho Increased majority of 2,500 given In his judicial district alone. Last fall. In tho Senatorial nnd Congressional races, ho was chosen by the Democratic State Committee as Campaign Chairman, and under his intelligent and successful management and organization, the Democratic majority In tho stato was Increased to 32,000. Tom Rhea has always been true to tho party and Its nominees. Ho has never bolted nor sulked when things did not go his way in primaries or conventions. Tho Democratic party In tho campaign this fall needs him upon tho No other man can give It ticket. greater strength or do more to insure its success in the November election. He Is a man of pleasing and attractive personality, free from malice, kind, considerate to nil, a temperate and a temperance man, never having touched a drink of alcoholic liquor in all his life, and, all In all, ho Is a man worthy in the highest degree of the confidence and support of all good citizens. The Democrats of the state could not find a better man to nominate for any office than Tom Rhea, and, If the signs indicate anything, he will be the nom- nee for Auditor by a handsome major ity in the primary on August 7. Come to Louisville and Buy at This Store 1 ftm vnwvj& wftm snmm 3KWt rtftft BACON 5 S. 13. Wc will Give You Per Cent of Your Railroad Fares To out-of-to- PAYNE. X , trained for its dliucult duties, and one who Is incorruptiblo and fearless, ready to compel tho corporations to pay their just part of tho revenues of the state, without being unjiftt to any corporation or persons. Such a man is Thos. S. Rhea, who is asking the nomination from the Democratic party, and thero is not a man in Kentucky better qualified for the position or more deserving of tho support of tho Democrats. As Stato Treasurer for nearly four years in tho present administration, ho has been a member of that board and a leading spirit in Its splendid work. With his intelligent and active assistance, tho franchise assessments upon corporations have been so Increased that the state Is now receiving soveral hundred thousand dollars moro in revenue every year than ever before. Tho board has Increased the franchise valuation upon all corporations from $48,000,000 to $132,000,000. Four of the largest railroad companies, whose assessments were raised, have carried It into tho courts; and, If tho courts uphold the action of the board, tho Increased revenue, together with the largo Increase from other corporations, which have not contested the raises, will be a great help to tho taxpayers, and In a reasonable time aid materially in paying off the indebtedness of the state. In the four years of this administration, the increase of revenues from tho Increased assessments of those corporations, which have not made contests, will alone amount to a sum to the state far in excess of a million dollars; and the increase of revenues from the tame sources to the counties, cities. towns and school districts will amount She Needed Them. "I wish, John," she said regretfully, What makes a calf scrawny off its "I had had sense enough not to depHV fiprms narasites in the In stroy all the letters you wrote mo during tho year and a half of your court- testines. Why not free them of this trouble? If you will eive the calf some ship." He smiled in a gratified way. "I knew B. A. Thomas Stock Remedy in its you would regret that some time," he feed, within a week you will see it said. brighten up and in four or five weeks "Indeed I do." she replied. "I need you won't know the calf. Costs you a little change tho worst sort of way, a few cents and wo will refund that and tho man who buys rags and old but at paper was here today. How wasteful If it doesn't do as we say. For saleKy. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, we uro In our youth!" He looked nt her reproachfully, nnd almost Involuntarily his hand sought Scrawny Calves. oters of Ilrtcken-ridg- e To the Kcpuhlicnii Countv: When I aiiiioiiiicid my candidacy for the office of Circuit Court Clerk .seeral mouths ago, subject to the action of the Republican party nt the primary election, August 7, 1915, it was my intention e to see every Republican voter in county before '.he primary; and a pretty active camthough I paign, yet I realize tlmt 1 have not seen them all. Hence, I take this means of addressing you; and hope, not only to reach those whom I have failed to meet, but to have another, a final audience from those I hae met. In this final appeal I desire to state that I have met with strong encouragement from every section of the county, and believe that I shall receive the nom- illation bv an overulieliiinitig majority; but I realize that many n battle is lost after apparent victory is gained by over herefore, I appeal to my confidence. friends and workers not to relax their efforts orlenergy in my behalf, ever beariiiL' in mind that "eternal vigilance is the price of safety" in political matters as well as in other affairs To those who do not know my record I wish to say that I have descended from perhaps the'largest Republican family in the county, and I am located in the 41I1 Magisterial district, a district that is al ways Republican; but which has been very nieagerly served at the "pie coun ter," or in the distribution of favors 111 way of county offices. In point of experience, I served my district one term as Justice of the Peace and never had an opinion or action reversed. I served as postmaster at Irvington for several years, and was superceded by a Democrat; not, however until two full years had expired of the Wilson administration. I turned this office over to my successor with 110 charge of inefficiency or neglect of duty, or discourtesy to any natron ever brought against me, and re tain a record with the government as nearly perfect as is ever given a Ilrcck-enridghim-mad1 purchases up to the amount of their round-tri- p plan not only saves your traveling expenses hut portunity to look over our hig assortments and want at prices quoted so low that they are sure of everyone. customers we refund five (5) percent of their total railroad fare. This it gives you the opto see just what you to meet the demands 63 Complete Departments Silks, Dress Goods, White and Colored Wash Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Underwear, Women's, Misses and Children's Wearing Apparel, Boy's Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Carpets, Rugs, Furniture and House Furnishings 63 Begin Now They mean every 10c a saving of 2 purchase--1- 0 Save Surety Coupons per cent to you. One Surety Coupon with with a dollar's worth. A filled hook con$2.50 tains 1,000 Surety Coupons and with it you can get FR11 in our store that vou want. worth of anv merchandise MOTTO: OUR Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back V.O.GILBERT :xxxxxxtxxxoxxxxxxxxxxxxx I Small Farm Addition K Better Hurry You folks who have been wanting 0 V X a small farm near Before casting your ballot I invite the voters to investigate closely, if possible, my business qualifications, morals, habits and integrity and if my qualifications appeal to you, go to the polls August 7U1 and honor me with the nomination, ami I feel confident that with the hearty coDemocratic Candidate for operation of my party thereafter and Leading Superintendent of Public true friends, when the ballots are other Instruction. counted in November I will be your Inducements. Is seldom, Indeed, Cheerful his pocketbook. It next Circuit Court Clerk. If you desire the school system The following advertisement once that n resourceful woman has to make Respectfully, run on a business basis, which a direct request for money. Chicago appeared In tho London Tost: S. 11. I'AYNK, d "A rock built. crenelated custle, will pay the teachers on time, inPost. Irvington, Ky. by tho Atlantic surge, nt one of crease the per capita and attendthe most romnntlc and dreaded points The "Skeeter's" Serenade ance, get a dollar's worth of effof our Ironbound coast, in full view Doan's Regulets are recommended icient service for every dollar exdoes not have very quieting effect on of the Death stone; shipwrecks fretired nerves. "Penslar Skeeter Dig" quent, corpses common; three recep- by many who say they operate easily, pended, vote for V. O. Gilbert. causes them to move on. 2s cents at tion and seven bedrooms; every mod- without criping and without bad after ern convenience; 10 guineas a week. effects 'i'lC at all drug stores. Wedding's Drug Store. Address," etc. A Sign of Rain. An east sldo girl says sll lias como Column Ants Are Six Eared. Read the upon on infallible- weather Indicator. In the matter of some of their sense She can tell if it Is going to rain with organs the ants ure more tliau ordi- out even glancing at tho sky or cast narily endowed. Strange as It may ing her eyes over the wentner foreseem, euch nut has nt least sis ears. casts lu the dully papers. And it's the Aside from this multiplicity of ears, simplest thing In tho world-J- ust the they ure located In just about the dlsnnnearnnco of nil umbrellas in sight. queerest place Imaginable on tho legs. "Umbrellas are perfectly safe lu our Thev seem deaf to all sounds mado by offlco up to twenty-fou- r hours before u vlbratlou of the ntr, but detect the storm." said she. explaining. tho "iou slightest possible vibrations of solid anywhere. Kveu tho is supposed to bo to can leave them material. This gold handled ones nro You Should Vote For Jas. P. Edwards their advantage lu that such things as pearl nnd abstraction. Indeed, one from For Lieutenant Governor approaching footsteps tell more of the away. So If I possibility of danger than nucU sounds can hardly chaso them 1st. Because he will bring more strength to the ticket In the weather for a day as are transmitted through tho nlr. So waut to know glnnco nt running. November than any man the umlirella sensitive ure their feet that they de ahead I must them becoming empty 2nd. Because he Is a Democrat, Mho has never bolted nor tect tho Impact of 11 small bird shot racks. If I find always been active for the Party. sulked and haa dropped on the table from n height of I mako a boo line for the best rain 3rd. Because a man from the Fifth Congressional District muko should be on the ticket to secure the thirty thouabout six Inches nnd about fourteen shade of those that are left nnd sand Democratic votes there for the ticket In Nofeet distant from un artificial nest all other necessary plans for ruin.' vember. Columbus Dispatch. placed nt tho other end of tho table. 4th. Because he Is running In the Interests of the plain .St. Nleholus. people and will make a good Lieutenant Governor. Any skin itching Is a temper tester 5th. Because he was defeated only by fifteen hundred and sixty-twvotes for this nomination four years ago. The Clerk Guaranteed It. The more you scratch the worse It 6th. Because he will work for the development of our state "A customer came Into my store the itches. Doan's Ointment Is for pile, and unite the Democratic Party. will greatly appreciate your support. other day and said to one of the clerk, eczsma any bkltt itchine. 50c at nil 7th. Because he have you anything that will cure drug stores. Be Sure and Mark Your Ballot Like This: diarrhoea?' and my clerk went nnd got him .1 bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, 1,572, U Boata' Toll of Livos. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Cholera and Ulurihoea Remedy, and ISritlsli admiralty anuiiuuce.l up lu said to him, 'If this does not cure you, and Including July 'J7 1.5.11) peinoic I will U charge jou it cent for ii'.' had. lost their lives by the attacks of So he took It home and came back In a German submarines on Ilrltlsh mertwenty-twpersons had day or two and said he was cured," chantmen and beeu killed in attacks on neutral Kerry & Co., buf-fete- Hardinsburg X I 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. But Don't Wait! are town at 0 will They goneinhefore you farm land Q, know it. all he C. L. BEARD, prices and Hardinsburg, Ky. Subscribe Want - "The Early Bird Catches the Worm" g To- - Clothing, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, uaccu, KENTUCKY VOTERS! etc, a i luw rutcb RIGHT gj fife 8 gj W You havo to bo un EARLY BIRD to catch tho g fa Kg BARGAINS. chiuiccs. H H H g WATCH OUU ADS. for curly bird Wo'ro open curly and lete. Ours is thostorn of EVERYTHING. fl You Can't Beat Our Prices or Quality Wo oll'oiinr this wpok a special bargain in Towels. are 'Jae, '20c and 15c towels, all j on Thoy o I S3j Going at 10c Each Como in and supply yourself before thoy nro all ono. m JAS. P. EDWARDS 11 Peyton & Rhodes, j 1 o Hardinsburg, Ky. Salt Creek, writes J. li. Va. Obtainable everywhere. THE BRECKENRlDtiE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher SSES GHIK iSS8 PBB8 flES Bfi SB 1 A Good Flour For The Jobbers j 1 j isiuc Jivcry Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST PROFITABLE-G- ets Repeat Orders 4, lfll5 M g A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE Makes More and Bettor Loaves EIGHT PAGES. I g mm IF 1 IS LEWISPORT BEST PATENT HOUR If not represented by voiir grocer, write us nju coTv-riov- C BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for ench ndditiona insertion. LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money Mr. Beckham, and this deal carried bankrupt. in advance. with It the support of the Democratic Notice is hereby Riven that on the Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plea: organization of the City of Louisville, Wth of July. A. I)., I9I5, the said composed largely of saloonkeepers and William Jennings Wonlen was duly notify us. their friends, and It was really the adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first 4 (leeaumt n tAo ...:$ GREATEST DAY OF THE FAIR as they were ly Mr. Beckham, that that tho first nominated and elected him Senator, Tho Advisory Board of our county fair nnnoiinacs The saloon element of Owensboro were day, August 18, will bo "Brcckenridgo County Day," which means handled in the same way by Mr. Urey tho homo coming of all the citizens far and near, the Advisory Woodson. The saloon clement of Board writes: Paduenh were handled lu the same way through the influence of Judge V. "The intention of our fair should he treated and looked Berry and Judge Chas. v. Kmery. forward to us a reunion of our families and friend-'- : a place The saloon clement of the City of Lex- to come each year to mix and mingle with our friends nnd ngton were handled In the same way loved ones. It should be a pluce where wo arc to meet, not by Mr. John Skein, himself a saloononly to exeell in our contests for pride and gain, but it keeper, who had charge of the Heck- should be i L'titherinir of our oconle to renew their friend The same thing ship, to make new acquaintances, and instead of a greed for ham organization. gain and blue ribbons, it should bo a contest with every inwas attempted by Judge John Lassing In Newport and Covington, but the dividual who is present to extend to their fellowman a helping hand by hearty handshakes, and words of encouragesaloon people there did not fall for it ment and each one should strive in this contest to do more Mr. Stanley received a majority of the for his neighbor and trv to convoy the good news from ono farmer vote. He was defeated by Mr. to another: to make liini feel better and by doing this the Beckham by secret deals made with transfusjep, will take place and by helping ourselves we will the liquor element in the cities, help others. He has Xow as to Mr. McClusney An inspiration is to visit a place where all the men tip their hats, where they have the enterprise and the thought to take tneir hats oh", and not merely attempt the courtesy. This little act is as important as speaking with words, even more so, and shows the social and civic pride of the home and the town. lived lifteen years in the City of Frank- saloonkeepers of Louisville, deceived meeting of the creditors will be held nt the law office of Claude Mercer, In Uardln.'iburg, Kentucky, on the 13th day of August, A D., IO15, nt 1 p. m., nt which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint n trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business ns may properly come beforo said meeting. Petition filed July 2", J9I5. J. A. DEAN, Referee in Bankruptcy. Owensboro, Ky., A gust 2, IOij. Defy EVEN IF AN ACCIDENT OR SICKNESS NEVER HAPPENS TO YOU, IT MAKES YOU FEEL SECURE TO HAVE MONEY IN THE BANK. MONEY IS YOUR BEST FRIEND AND WILL COME TO YOUR RESCUE WHEN NOBODY ELSE WILL OR CAN. WHEN YOU ASE OLD "MONEY" WILL KEEP YOU. WHO IS GETTING THE MONEY YOU ARE EARNING NOW? THINK OF IT. PUT 1 SOME IN THE. BANK Sunburn, WITH US Arm yourself with n bottle of "Pen-sla- r Almond niid Cucumber Cream" and enjoy out door amusements. 25 nud 50 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Notice in Bankruptcy. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG The McChesney managers of this county, going over their polls of the county are confident Breckenridgu will give McChesney from 75 to l'J.i. over cither Stanley or McDermott, with McDermolt running second. Splendid rain fall all over Brcckuu ridge county last week. This insures a corn crop, the largest the county has had in many years. Everybody is feeling good over tho outlook. Wo had to leave out a lot of good items this week on account of rush of advertising and a short force. When preparing copy for publication be brief, words as possible this hot ycather, Use as few II. .Si. iiosworth has withdrawn from the Governor's race. Dumb animals want plenty of water this month. Vote for McChesnev. ANSWER TO M'CHESNEY ARTICLE. organization for fifteen years, his ardent supporter last year and a member of the Democratic State Campaign Committee, which conducted his race, I want to controvert this statement and set the good people of Breckinridge county, who arc being deceived by designing politicians, right In this matter. As a matter of fact, Mr Beckham's nomination for the Senate was won tor him and that Mr McCliesney would be him by the votes of the liquor people. nominated and elected in the same This was done through a deal mauc way. As a member of tho Beckham with the full knowledge and consent of Louisville, Ky., July 3i, I9I5. Editor HreckenridL'e News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: la an article appearing In the News last week, a similar one appearing in a treat many papers of Kentucky, it was set forth bv the McChesney organization at Frankfort, conducted by Mr. l'ercy Haly, that Mr. Beckham was nominated and elect cd Senator last year In spite of the efforts ot the liquor element to defeat DEMOCRATS 1 of Breckinridge County VOTE FOR In the District Court of the United fort, the capitol of the State; so have States for the Western District of KenMr. Beckham and Mr. Haly lived there tucky. all that time, yet these gentlemen, In the matter of john Weiseberg, who are so anxious to receive tho bankrupt, in bankruptcy. temperance votes of the rural districts, To the creditors of John Weisenberg, have never even called a local election of Cloverport, in the County of Breckin their own city. They are very inridge, and District aforesaid, bankmuch Interested in the moral uplift of rupt. the good people of Breckinridge, Notice is hereby given t. at on the Meade and Hancock counties, but they 2Sth day of July, A. D., 1915, the said give protection to the saloonkeepers of John Weisenberg was duly adjucated Frandfort and have done so for fifteen bankrupt, and that the first meeting of years and have received the votes of creditors will be held at the law office that same element during all thattlmc. of Claude Merct-r- , in Hardinsburg. Ky., None of them will deny this; none of on the l3lh day of August, A.D..1U15, at them can deny it. 1 p. ra., at which time the said creditors As a matter of fact, .V.r. McCliesney may atteud, prove their claims, appoint a mere tool of corporate interests a trustee, is examine the bankrupt, and which are seeking to control the Dem- transact such ocratic nomination for Governor, properly come other business as may before said meeting. Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of State Petition filed July 27, 1O15. and Clerk of the Court of Appeals; Mr. J. A. DEANi Stanley Is the enemy of those corpor Referee in Bankruptcyj ale interests which are seeking to deOwensboro, Ky., August 2, IOI5. bauch Kentucky, hellefii tllEy are light ing, not lb the open, but through all Kentucky Fair Dates ambuscade erected and labeled "State This & contest WlUe Prohibition." between Stanley ahd McChesney. Mr. The following are the dates fixed for McDermott and Mr. uosworth are not holding the Kentucky Pairs for 101s, in the running, though an earnest ef- as far as reported: fort is being made upon the part of the Lawrenceburg, Aug. days. McChesney people to give McDermott Burkesvilie, Aug. 10 4 days. some strength. A vote for McDermott Vanceburg, Aug. 11 1 days. Is a Vote thrown away, or a half vote Broadhead, Aug. 11 3 days. for McChesney. Perryville, Aug. 11 3 days. I have always been frank with the Fern Creek, Aug. 11 4 days. Democracy of Breckinridge county. I Sanders, Fair, Aug. 11 am interested, unselfishly. In thefuture 4 days. I of the party of my native county and Shepherdsville, Aug. 174 days. say to you through the columns of The Hardinsburg, Aug. 18 3 days. Breckenridge. News that Mr. Stanley Stanford, Aug. 183 days. will carry every congressional district !1 days. Ewlng, Aug.-1in the State on next Saturday; that he Nicholasville, Aug. 21 3 days. will be nominated for Governor on that Elizabethtown, Aug. 213 days. day and that he will be elected in No Florence, Aug. 2(i 3 days. vember. Adv. Alexandria, Aug. 31 5 days. Yours very truly, London, Aug. '.'4 4 days. MILTON BOARD. Sholbyville, Aug. 25 1 days. Germantown, Aug. 254 days. Barbourvillc, Sept. 13 days. Notice in Bankruptcy. Hodgenvillo, Sept. 73 days. In the District Court of the United Henderson, Sept. days. States for the Western District of Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 136 days. In the matter of William Jennings Horse Cave, Sept. 22 I days. Worden, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. Glasgow. Sept. 294 days. To the creditors of William Jennings Cave City, Oct. days. Worden, of Cloverport, in the County Murray, Oct. days. of Breckinridge, and District aforesaid, 1 8 KY. TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, mi 1 I II II II Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF I f Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction IN I I I HI Building" Material, Building- - Hardware, j Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. 74 II Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline and Fittings. I p Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe i Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. y j 9 NOTICE To Those Needing Building Material Wo 75 Iiuildin arc prepared to fill your orders in various kinds of Material at prices that will meet your approval. ISPWrite us for prices for anything you need"I 40 04 FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, PLANING MILL COMPANY, incorporuicu FORDSVILLE, KY, Manager R. S. EUBANK FOR For Circuit Court Clerk Republican Nomination For dyspepsia, our national ailment, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom mended for strengthening dlcestion. purifing the blood. At all drug stores. $1,00 a bottle. Superintendent of Public Instruction w next State Superinten- til School Books and the dent will have more to do with that than all others. He believes this is not only useless and extravagant but a nuisance and expense for noining. Help him win on that Platform. He is the leader in school thought of the State and always takes the common sense side of practical questions. Vote for him and call your neighbors' at tention to his race. fi Vote for THIRTEENTH ANNUAL S. B. PAYNE QD Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. He is opposed to the frequent changes of Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Fine Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry. Field Seed nnd Grain, l orticu ture, Women's Handiwork. Student'sudgins Contest, tarmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. ' i Zero at Jfe The hottest day All Drinks and Biggest Saddle ' Horse Show in the World that comes. Ices Colder than the Klondike. Everything the best that can be made Phone all orders Phone No. 10 S. J. BROWN & SON ....Trotting and Pacing Races Each Day.... Clean Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator doing tho "Spiral Dive" Reduced Railroad Rates .. , 4' "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. iuo For Catalogue Addresa jonea iiullding, Louisville, Ky. 1 m Tne Following Statement was Made in a Speech at The Woman "s Christian Temperance Union in Louisville AGAINST McCHESNEY Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, President of the W. C. T. II. Says People do not Like His Associates and Many Drys Will go to Stanley. "The nrciuclice against flr. HcChesnev's candiclacv." said Mrs. Buauchamn. "cnmes untirclv lmr;nm nf hie n , w ., b w. ' Wl Wl I MIWII Ut mJ" itlffbeginning of the campaign hundreds of voters who for AlcChesney until it became known that he was the Haly candidate and the candidate of the Haly . . .. .. .... ... 1. - .. II.. CIm I.! uccu uas. I. .. ... iui.1 uccuiiit cui:i tui,y ivuuwii, tniu I. iiiul,iiiii. Jinn; luul f rcvuisiuu ui lcuiing aim a surprisingly large numuer or ciry votes will go to Stanley as a 'protest against the prohibition fight being fought with such instruments as the Haly machine provides. "I believe that Mr. Stanley will be nominated and that the protesting prohibition voters will be the number of his majority." Advertisement. I . - f - 1 w mm a I S a Y W 1 4- - 4-- I I I I X5hc Breckcnridge News. A Mtnttnrr If I Tin . imp Entered nt tho l'ost Offllce t Cloverport, Ky as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BLANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES R4TEi FOR POLITICAL J 2.00 For Precinct and city Offices $5.00 For County Offices $ 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 Springs. v... For Cards, per line The residences belonging to the All Publications in the InterFor Gregory family in East End have been est of Individuals or expression Id beautifully repaired and repaiuted, ad g( Individual views per line ding much to the beauty of the East End. Schedule on LOST July 23, between Elihu Change of Train Meador's spring and Henry Mattingly's, The L, H. & St. L. lady's gold watch; hunting case, Initi Effective March 15, EAST IIOUNI) No. No. 142 Dr. J. T. Owen, who went to Louisville several days ago for medical treatment, is getting along nicely. 1 LAWYER Mr. and Mrs. Ben Uldgcwayand son, ft! Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to .v . 7z ?z tz James Franklin Rldgeway, leave today ri Collect in Court or out of itl See or notify tlir editor Note Advertl-er- i for Crab Orchard to visit relatives iileiixt' wlionyou want !tilirti-emrii- t Write me. Will make the Price divontlnued. Capt. C. R. MuD.il, of the Pittsburgh Right. is the guest of Coal Co., Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Caraelge, Irvington. ADVERTISE FOR SALE Sawyer home on High Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this house, two stories, street. Column metal roof; coed cistern. ONE CENT PER WORD C. P. SAWYER, Execut r. Mi.-Artelia Bowno was accompanied home from Bowling Green last week by Telephone afi-Cloverport. Ky. For Sale 20 It. p. Marine F.ii:iiic her aunt, Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donald h. p. colt SAMI-S- O I'ltiii'lij Itnl : Win marlno Ml--. "'Hi iiv onlv lmrt tldii-son. In rr-- l li lit fiiMillillon. Cihi S.'.'iti wil t iko B. !2j e.tsli. Leo liiisrnlilatt, ll iwisvlllc. Ky Misses Lizzie nnd Willie Hilf, of i Specialist on Path, Texas, came Monday to visit j For Sale RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION N'evitt, Basin i their sister, Mrs. John Oil iiti linnnrr Hnol;t 1111J By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. V. G. BABBAGE w a. r -- i j s Y &&xm tfzs&jvj tXrt&Ai zk$s& & r-- A H "Cue" For You Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent J Extra Value in Wearing Apparel for the s DR. T. RAFFERTY Loulsvllce, Ky. I kI' 1 Bifif B arbecue Get Your Share Now 'HALK-lncU- 462 5th St. Office Hours: 6 to 9 a.m. law lienter.Joliu KIiIm', lloturpurt. Ho 2 and G to 9 p. m I Ladies' White LaWn Waists Children and Misses' Dresses Ages S 50c 50c Announcements STATE OFFICES Only 10c catch our line j to 14 years For Governor 1915. 0:15 A. M. .10:1(1 A. M. 12:10 1". M. . 4:M M. 5:4 1'. M. 7:40 l'. M. 5:07 A M. 5:31 A. 51 als, V. F. P., Inside back case. Re turn to Virginia F. Payne, Harned. Ky., and receive reward. i Io.bBCueAug. I 12 We are autliorlzi'il to announce II. W. HOSWOItTII fi r (loviTiior nf KiMiturUy, h a eaiullilnto sulijoct to tho aetlon of tlm Di'inu.T.itle I'.iriy, August Primary. Wo Today is When to Come Lots of Other Good Things for the Big Picnic August 12. 114 . A t MRjlOwlllleavoClovercort. r.vlnitlnii No. 141 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnstfin .. .... Arriving IiuNvllle... will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlncton-.- .. AirlvltiK Louisville . .. .. ... i. , Tl will leave Cloverport... Pierce Bros. Horses and Buggies to Hire CLOVERPORT, KY. Sj l. Recommends Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. hesitate to recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol Wil"I sell liams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. more of it than any other preparations I have used It my of Itke character. self and found it gave me more relief than anything else I have ever tried for the same purpose" Obtainable everywhere. $ City Transfer Auto Service jj ft Phone 104 II. V. McClinsNKV a candidate for of Frankfurt. Ky.. . are nutliorbrd to announce II'' .... .. . 10 Arriving owensboni. Arriving Henderson rrlvlnit Kvacsvllle rrivlnSt. Louts .. U leave Cloverport 14b No. ... . lvlnKllawt'Hvlllo Ai,VvlniiOwtnsboro .. No. 145 will leave Cloverpori Arriving Owensboro. 12:Ot 1J:5S 7:13 7:09 7:30 8:18 'St A.M. 1 "I never Krntncky. ninji'ft to the ai'tlnn nf tln Iiemorratie party. Primary ulictlon, August T. 1915. Wo arn anthorln'il to announce A.O. STANLEY as a cnrillilato for (iovornor of Kentucky I'.IIIIILKIVII .11. .J UIJtlll'.IIUill.lllllll'i AiiRUit Primary. For are autliorli'il touniimitvn Lieutenant-Governo- r J. 0t C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I r. Jl, M, LIFE AND LONGEVITY. ... . . P.M. 1. M, 1. P. M M 1'. M, Arriving HendrMu Arriving Evunsvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 14T will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson 2:05 7:40 0:30 ...7:40 ,. 0:00 M 1:30 A. .I2:A. M II 38 A. M A. M A. M A. M A. M i ' I Mrs. Beauchamp Denies That The W. C. T. U. ACCOUNTS OF Motor Tours. ONE-DA- Y VISITS Will Support Stanley ' "In my speaking campaign over the State I am moving the voters not to vote for any candidate who is not committed to State wide prohibition. ! have worked for it and propose to keep Horace Tucker has accepted a posi up the fight, not only in this campaign, tion In Rockport. but in future campaigns, until we get Mrs. William Mullen is ill at her it. End. home in the West "I want it distinctly understood I am atlecd Paul Wilson says he is sure to not for "Local Option" because I bethe Fair at Hardinsburg. I Mrs. H. V. Dnncan has returned lieve it a failure, but notice that some Brandenburg. of the candidates for governor are home from Miss Addle G. Ditto, of Louisville, using my name and asserting that the W. C. T. U. is for the County Unit Law. returned home Saturday. Mrs. Walter Lyter. of Louisville, Is This not untrue but is not fair to me the guest of Mrs. J. B. Randall. and other W. C. T. U. work. I am for Miss Anne Hanibleton, of Henderson, State Wide Prohibition." Is visiting Mrs. Chas. Lightfoot. Miss Ressle Hendrick, of Hardies-burW. P. Walton For Is visiting Mrs. Larkin Gibson. Mrs. James Cordrey took Mr. and Secretary Of State. John Cordrey to Louisville Saturda. Willis Baucum, of Louisville, Is the F1U.I.OW DEMOCRATS: I was the guest of his biother, Dr. Jesse Baucum. first to announce for secretary of statr, Miss Bessye Arnold is spending the moved thereto by the laudible ambition week In Louisville the guest of friends. to serve the people in an official capicity Miss Aliene Hook, of Hardinsburg, is as kI lonu tried to serve them in private the guest of Misses Alma and Bertha station I felt too that I possessed the Jeffersonian test for office, knowing that Perkins. I. H. Brown's store will be closed on I am capable, hoping that I am worthy Thursday, August 12, on account of the and believenj; that I am hontst. For thirty odd years I have as editor of Dembarbecue. ocratic newspapers and otherwise, helpMary Linn Ditto, of BrandenMiss ed to fight the battles of the party, withburg, spent Thursday the guest of Mrs. out hope or reward, other than that John D. Babbage. which comes from duty well performed. Mrs, Morgan Fontaine and grandson, I have never asked for an office before Fontaine McGuffin, of Louisville, are and do not now because I think the visiting Mrs. Emma Sklllman. party owes me anything, but because I am sure 1 can be useful to it, by giving a faithful aud honest discharge of the duties the important one I seek. Most Crowing Over Your Work of my opponents either hold or have office, some beyond their deserts, who is commendable and proper are endeavoring to perpetuate themIf the work Is well done and selves iu office by making promises und will last as is the case with offering offices ten times greater than work done here. they would have at their disposal. I River Trips and Vacationettes of the Summer Season Simply Prolonging One's Days on Earth Is Not Real Living. What really constitutes life? Is it action, or Is It merely existence? Who is the wore useful, the man who gives his all In energy to service or he who conserves his forces und thereby prolongs his days? Ho lives most who accomplishes most. Activity In useful, productive or constructive effort Is tho rcat test of life. Length of years may content some, but restless, energetic souls will press forward, regardless of time, striving for a goal they may nev- ! .1 until; .iami:.-- n ulacic of Hirliorvlllo. If.v.. 111 a rinillilati fur LU utenant-Uovfr- i or of Kentucky xulijoet to tlio nrtlon of tlio Doinorratle Party In August 1UI5Prlaary Klretloti. Wo AiWtiQj If so let us figure with you on Wb For Circuit Court Clerk are aatliorUeil to aniu nni-- 8. II. PAYNE of Irvlnctnn. -t a niniMiluh' for Circuit Court llrt't'krnrldgp countv. miIiJitI ( to CliTk of itui.j. 111 1 1 iiiu iili lull 01 mu iiiury ivrvwuL, iiiikui.. ii'i-f- . We Are Yoi! Going t o Build?j g 8 are authorized to announce er attnlu, but always striving, and these only really live. Life Insurance presidents, being Interested in the prolongation of existence of risks, bend their efforts to the teaching of elements of living, the avoidance of excesses, exposures or unnecessary risks of any kind nnd in this way really serve the World because they increase the productive years of man. As a result of modern methods man really lives longer and better, but this Is not the all in all of life. To live Is to be active, to have a part lu the creative effort of mankind, regardless of whether the span bo long or short, so long ns it Is busy, for "an end is an end, whether It cometh on the winged heels of a week or tho dull stretch of n century." Omaha llec. PAUL IIASIIAM as a candidate for Circuit Cork of Prerkco. county, subject to tlio action of tlio rldic Keuubllran tarty. Primary election, Au gust'. 1015. Building Material - 1 For Representative. Wo are authorized to announce rrimury 11. A. CANNON. nf Madrid. Ilrrckenrldso county, asacundl- date for HeprvscntHtlve. subject to tlio ac tion 01 1110 i(piii)iicaii party, Election Saturday, August 7. 111 We are authorized to announce O. A. WIUGIIT. of McQuadv, MrecuenrldRo county, as a can- Our crrrL-- Ic nntnri ir. AnA cnmnlptp Wi H furnish everything in the building line. Good H a material and workmanship. We make a specialty a P of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of build- - g S ings. We call your attention to our stock of fl didate for Itepresontatlvo. subject to the action of tlio llepubllcan party, lu Primary Klectlon Saturday, AunmtT. Wo 1 Sffi Colonial Columns prices on all material. $8 are authorized to announce LOO AN IIICKKUSCN m We are making a special price on these columns. m Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you ot Hazel Dull. IlreckonrldKo couutv. as a candidate fo liepresiihtatlve, suliJi'M to tlio action of tho llepubllcan party, lu Pr.inary Kluctlnn Saturday, August 7. IMS. For Circuit Court Clerk Republican Nomination Life C. L. BEARD Insurance and Real Estate Hardlnsburo. Ky. Office with J. R. Eskridgc, Attorney Cloverport Planing jMill, : Cloverport, Ky. Office and Plant Near Depot Vote for S. B. PAYNE WALL PAPERS AND Z1 LIGHT. a -- mr w r o mrr i m 1 tr w- - PALM BEACH SUITS Cleaned and Pressed How Money May Be Waited by Selecting the Wrong Colors. "Tulle about huudlni; out five gas muxes or routine; them out at a nominal rental," said a man lu tho employ of a gas company; "there Is another item that encourages Kits consumption, und that is wall papers. "If I weru runnlUK' tho business I would hand out free wall papers, llut I would do the choosing. Itich deep greens and browns they tiro tho colors that btiue; up your hills and our prollts." How many people ivull.u that u big IKHYuntiiifu of their ejus money may bo sunk Into their walls und wasted? It may bo otily matter of color of your wall paper whether you light ono or 11 Summer Clothes must bo fresh and . Let take dilute of yourcleaii-inr- , clean 11 EXCURSION Sunday, Aug. 8, 15 DOUBLE HEADER picsin"; 8 repairing. nnd LOUISVILLE Leaves Cloverport at Leaven lolt Leaves Adtlicoii Loaves Stepliensport 1 vs. MILWAUKEE 7:0!) n. m. BERRY & MORRISON 1 2f It is Poor Economy! 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. W. Oftle A. our WALKER, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bank el Hirdlnibum Dentist, three burners. KY. CI.0VLRP0RT. jj White walls, uf course, absorb the least light, only ::o per cent, but nearly have adopted no such tactics, have no everybody wants some color to meet eye. A chrome yellow absorbs only friends to reward or eiiimies to punish, tho !1S per cent. I'aper of tin oraugo shade For Circuit Court Clerk and if nominated will be free to dis- robs you only of 50 per cent of your duties of the office for the light. charge the Ropoblican Nomination good of the public and not for family It is when you get into tho reds and beuifit, I invite the closest scrutiny of greens and browns that tho light beVote for my life as a man und as a Democrat and gins to dim. A dark green wall paper, never having wavered in my support of so restful to tho eye, absorbs 82 per Democratic measures nnd candidates I light. Aud paper of deep confidently ask a careful consideration cent of tho only 4 per cent of tho of my wor'tli and promise if honored to chocolate leaves for use. Its power of return my charge unsullied and unstaine- light rays IK per Is cent. New York Sun. Respectfully, d11 7:20 7:122 " li 7:2(1 ' Loaves Samplo 7:ari Leaves Mystic Leaties LodiWur Leaves Webster Leaves Irviimton Kuturiiiiir, leaves -- I' Louii-vill-o T:50 " 7:58 " 8:05 u 8:30 p. in. 9 C S. B. PAYNE H For Information "Ask the Agent" t Trull Co. Lexington, Ky., July V. P WALTON. 15, 19I5. Try our up to date job work Try Our Want Ads Try A "News" Want Ad. Democratic Editors See Victory for Claude B.Terrel In Race for Nomination for State Treasurer In August Primary Election. A TWICE-TOL- D TALE until paid, ing Ave per cent Interest from date due and payable on or before April 20th, I9IO, Interest payable annually. Said amount to be Issued L. C. TAUL Insurance Office One of Interest to Our Readers. for the Improvement and maintenance Good news bears repeating, and when it is confirmed after a long lapse of time, even if wc hesitated to believe it at first hearing, wc feel secure In accepting its The following experience truth now of a Cloverport man Is confirmed after ' If there is one contest in the approaching Democratic State primary election about which the three years. W. M. Johnson, prop, restaurant, Democratic newspapers of Kentucky seem to be agreed it is that the Hon. Claude B. Terrell, of Cloverport, says: "I'or six years, I was Trimble County, should and will be nominated for the office of Slate Treasurer. Mr. Terrell has afflicted with kidney trouble. I had made a runaway race of it from the day he entered the contest. His especial fitness for the office pains in the small of my back and was he is seeking has appealed to the Democratic editors of every section of Kentucky, and they have lame when I got up in the morning. I done much to mold the sentiment of their communities in his favor by informing the people as to tired easily, felt languid and was nerv and headaches also the character of the man and his qualifications for public service. Herewith are quoted brief para- ous. Dizzy spells passages of the kidbothered me. The graphs taken from editorials of newspapers published in every section of Kentucky. It would require neys were too frequent, obliging me to not less than two pages of a newspaper to publish in full these unsolicited words of commendation get tip at night, Doan's Kidney Fills brought me great relief." (Statement of Mr. Terrell and his candidacy: given March 5, I90S ) Over three years later Mr. Johnson The Calloway Times: Ho has served lacking in the state, and has been rell Is running on a record that seems said: "I still use Doan's Kidney Fills Invincible. His friends say the nomithree- terms In the Legislature, two as so much needed. Shephcrdsvllle News: He helped to nation Is certain, and tho honor will and consider them nn excellent medicine Speaker, and Is a clean, sobor nnd discreet man. He will poll enact more constructive laws than be most fitly and properly bestowed. for kidney trouble." Louisville Journal of Labor: Citia splendid vote In this county noxt any other Speaker who has proslded Price 50c, nt all dealers. Don't over the Home In fifty years. He Is zens of Kentucky should certainly ap- simply ask for a kidney remedy get month. strongest man preciate his efforts and evidence their The Ballard County Advance: Mr. by far the ablest and Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Terrell Is n man well equipped for this seeking th Treasure ship. Big Sandy npprcclation by nominating this splen- Johnson had. Co., In Re reekenrldge News: The Important office and will make a splen- Now pays a very fine compliment to did worker for the public good. He Is Macadam Road and State Aid. did official. He Is a man you like bet- Claude 1). Terrell. Tho beauty about meeting with great success dally and Props , Iiuffalo, N. Y. The court having heretofore considhis candidacy grows In public favor ter tho more you see him. it is that 'tis true. constantly. ered the. construction of five miles of , He Is a Paducah Boone County Recorder: His pros- which states that he and Mr. J. F. pike, with state aid and supervision, substantial business man. and is held pect for receiving the nomination is Grimes, Assistant Stale Commissioner of and it appearing and having been In the highest esteem by all who know very good. He Is a Sixth District boy, Roads and Fridges, inspected the bridge him, and has many friends In this secheretofore determined that the county and we nrp all for him. tion of Kentucky who will give him Falmouth Pcndletonlan: His great- over Hites Run Creek on the Pike lead is not financially able and It is not extheir support. ing from Ilardiusburg to Cloverport, and pedient to use the county's entire road Is where ho Is best known. est The Princeton Leader: While hero which Is the strongest evidence of a also the bridge over Tar Fork Creek on funds as suggested and discussed, upon Mr. Terrell met a large number of our man's worth, and for this high offlco the Fowling Green Road, about two motion duly made, seconded and carried people and made a very favorable he has 110 superiors. Ho is well equipped from an Carrollton Democrat: All who know miles South of the City of Cloverport, it was unanimously voted to abandon official standpoint to All tho office of him seem to be for him. Trlmblo and also the bridge over Murray's the proposed plan; whereupon, it apCounty Is fated to have a representa-th- e Branch in the City of Cloverport, and pearing that Breckinridge county has State Treasurer. among our stato officials tho respectfully report that a new bridge is paid He is n Dally Leader: into the state about Twenty-liv- e t Fulton coming four years. etaunch Democrat, Is familiar with the necessary across Hites Run Creek on Hundred ($2,500 00) Dollars, and that Grant County News: There Is no public affairs of tho State by virtue blot on his escutcheon as a lawmaker the Ilardiusburg and Cloverport Pike, Hardinsburg District Number 1 has of his commanding position tho past and a faithful servant of the people, and plans nnd specifications and esti- about that sum to expend, and it furfew years In tho legislature and is and he now comes with clean hands mates of cost of the construction of said ther appearing that the suggested arwell fitted In every way to make tho seeking a state office. We have no bridge was made by the State Departpeople of Kentucky a faithful State rangement will not deprive the rural doubt ho will reflect credit. Treasurer and guardian of tho funds and Fridges, nnd also districts of their portion of the money Uniontown Telegram: Besides his ment of Roads of the commonwealth. plans and specifications mid estimates of so much needed by them and it furability which qualifies him to efficientClinton Gazette: Mr. Terrell has ly conduct the duties of Treasurer, ho cost of all necessary repairs 011 the bridge ther appearing that the Fve Thousand made a reputation as a man who Is to Is n natife Union countian, which over Tar F'ork Creek on the Fowling be depended upon to do exactly what ($5,000.00) Dollars t.ius available from makes a strong appeal to us. ho promlsos to do. Road, nnd also plans and specifi- the county will be supplemented by Sebree Banner: The ticket needs Green Arlington Courier: A better man strength to win In November, and cations and estimates of cost for all private subscription sufficient to concannot bo found for this place. Hp Is Claude B. Terrell will add much along necessary repairs on the bridge over strue: two and (2 24 10j) twenty-fou- r public spirited, and a friend that line. Webster County voters can Murray's Iiranch in the City of Clover- one hundreth miles of pike, It was to the working man. well afford to support him. Mayfield Messenger: He Is a great port; all of said specifications and esti- moved by D. C. Heron and seconded by Pembroke Journal: Terrell looks friend to education and a constant like a winner. He has the support mates of cost for the building and re- C, K. Hobbins, after au argument to fighter for good roads. With blm as of the leading newspapers of tho state. pairing of said bridges being submitted court by Judge Moorman, and a genState Treasurer tho people can be asIn all official positions he has served to the Court, and a yea and nay vote eral discussion, CLAUDE 13. TERRELL sured that the affairs of that office will that all action be sushis constituents faithfully. bo conducted honestly and according taken, resulted unanimously in favor of pended on the question of state aid for Big Sandy News: In Eastern Kento law. Kentucky Standard: He has been tucky Mr. Terrell Is very strong. No building and repairing of said bridges, roads until July 2, 1OI5, to which time Mr. rlo'-i'Bowling Green '. T'l ni'lt the oilucational Terrell will add strength to the ticket lm rest ot tin t:ite far many yean. citizen who wants clean men in im- and the County Road Engineer is here this court shall adjourn, and it was selected noxt month, and it is grati- Mini nmtnlnr pfhtmttnn has no htroiieer portant offices will make any mistake by ordered and directed to at once further moved that Judge D. D. DowIn voting lor him. fying to know that his nomination is advocate. for bids, as provided by law, for ell, C. E. Kobblns, II. C. Murray, Paul Hazel Green Herald: No Democrat a certainty. Hartford Herald: He is splendidly the construction of said Hites Run Compton and H. Dell. Moorman, in Bowling Green News: The press of qualified, as his service in office has can possibly make a mistake In voting for Terrell, for he has been tried bridge, and the repairing of the Tar connection with the County Road Enthe state Is loud in its praise of him brought him close to the interests of in many positions of honor and trust Fork and Murray's llrauch bridges, and gineer, be appointed a committee to gentleman the people. as a Democrat, a Estill Tribune: Ho is a conserva- and never yet has he been found want- he will report his acts herein nt some investigate the advisibility of build-and an honorable incorruptible man of fine business and executive ability tive business man in whom the peo- ing. future time of this court. miles of pike out the Louisville Robertson Advance: He does not and one who never has and never will ple can trust with implicit faith and Now conies Mr. J. F. Grimes, Assist- road and one mile out Leitchfield.road betray a trust either in private or his loyalty and work for Democratic permit politics to make of him a selfish public life. success entitles him to recognition or biased man. He Is able to take ant State Commissioner of Roads and to top of hill and then across to the care of the Treasurer's office, and he Bridges and together with the Court Hartford road and out the same the Todd County Progress: Mr. Terrell by the party. enjoys a wide acquaintance in the Mr. Terrell will carry this county. Danville Messenger: for the remainder of the mile, thus dispensing Ewing Enquirer: state, made a splendid Speaker of tho has gained much strength over the He Is widely proceeded to examine the bids House, and is a man of winning per- state, especially during the past two known as a man of ability, as a pro- construction of the proposed Pike Road with two long bad hills on the Hartsonality. seems moter of the good roads movement to be constructed under State Aid for ford road and the necessity of making weeks, and his nomination and all educational matters. He Is the year 19I5, and proceeded to pass, a long fill or build a bridge, and said Smith's Grove Times: The county assured. papers over the state are giving TerHis career worthy of the support of any man Henry County Local: for the con- committee will communicate with the rell their support, and it Is likely that has been prominent and noteworthy who wants to place the right man upon the bids submitted struction of said Pike Road, one by State Road Department and invite its he will carry the state by a larger of the sterling character of this splen- In the right place. majority than most candidates. Russell Times: did young man. It behooves the DemDemocrats' want Weatherholt and Ilohler and one by representative to be here July 2nd. Cloverport News: He Is a man who ocrats to remember him on election men nominated that will bring strength Smith and Crahan, these two bids being and request and urge the approval of to tho ticket in the general election. has made good in all his public trusts. day. only ones submitted for the con- this plan, and will make full and comHo Is a man well equipped for the Owenton It should They will make no mistake in nominat- the struction ot said Pike Road, after due plete report of such facts and figures is asking. Demo- ing Terrell for Treasurer. office ho be a pleasure to Owen County Springfield Sun: Tho manner in crats to cast their votes for him. He Whitesburg Mountain Eiftaje: As consideration and deliberation upon said as the committee deems important for which ho conducted tho affairs of his will make a safe and efficient Treas- State Treasurer ho will bo "at home," bids, and upon motion duly made, this court's consideration and action, great trust as Speaker won for him urer. and besides doing much good for his seconded and carried the bids were both and on motion duly made, seconded many strong friends over the state, Woodford Blue Grass Clipper: Nona constituents he will be In part repaid who are now endeavoring to endorso of the candidates aro receiving more for the excellent work he has already rejected by the court, a yea and nay vote and carried, court adjourned to July being taken resulted unanimously in a 2, 1015 his valuable service. favorablo mention. From every quar- done for Kentucky. New Haven Echo: He is of tho ter come reports of the great favor Pike County News: A most excelrejection of the two bids, because of the It is ordered by the court that the younger set of business men and pos- in which his candidacy Is held. lent gentleman and fully qualified for fact that the amounts asked for in each following Justices of the Peace be, sesses tlio push that has always been Louisville Evening Post: Mr. Ter the office he seeks. bid was considered by the court as be- and they are hereby allowed their per ing excessive. d em: Abe Aennett. 2 days, $0.00; S. On motion duly made, seconded and D. Cox, 2 days, $6.00; J. J. Keenan, 2 carried, court adjourned until 8 o'clock days, $6.00; W. W. Baxter, 2 days, 111, ili 00; D. C. Heron, 2 days, $6.00; and On motion duly made, seconded and tomorrow a. proved as made by said Ivuginccr, and it 1). D. Dowell, J. II. C. C. 15. Robblns, 2 days, $6.00. carried, court adjourned finally. i ordered and d. reeled that said survey, CALLEDJTERM On motion duly made, seconded and I) D Dowell, J. H. C. profile, estimates, &c , be forwarded to carried, court adjourned finally. the State Department of Good Koads, at D. D. Dowell, J. B. C. At a called term of the llreckiuridge Breckinridge Fiscal Court Held Frankfort, Ky., iot their approval and County Fiscal Court, continued and held adoption. Called Term 18th Day of June, in and for Breckinridge County at the June 5, 18, 19 and July 2, It is further ordered and directed that courthouse in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, Called Term 2nd Day of July, 1915. if said survey, profile, estimates, Sc., 1915. 011 Saturday, June the 19th, 1O15. are adopted by said Department of Good 1915. Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell, presid-n- g At a called term of the llreckinridge Roads, the County Court Clerk is orderAt a called term of the llreckiuridge judge of the Breckinridge County County Fiscal Court, called and held at ed and directed to advertise fer bids to County F'iscal Court, held at the courtAt a called term of the Breckinridge the courthouse in Hanlinsburg, Ken- construct said road for a distance of five house in Ilardiusburg, Ky., on Friday, Court, and the following named Justices I). C Heron, W. County Fiscal Court, held at the courttucky, on Saturday, June 5U1, 1915, miles, to be built according to plans and June 18th, 1915; object of the meeting to of the Peace, object of the meeting to approve the sur- specifications now on file in the office of receive bids for the construction of the W. Baxter, S. D. Cox, Abe Bennett, J. house in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, on vey, profile and estimates of cost of the Clerk of the llreckiuridge County proposed Pike Koad to be constructed J. Keenan and C. IS. Robbius, being all Friday, July the 2nd, 1915, object of of the road to be constructed Court; this Court reseiviug the right to under the State Aid for the year 1915, the Justices of the Peace in Commission. the meeting to receive bids for build ing a new bridge across Hites Run under State aid for the year 1915, and reject any and all bids On motion of Ksq. D. C. Heron, sec and for the transaction of any other Creek on the Hardinsburg and Clovei- Iliils will be received for all grading business that for any other business that may come the Court may see proper onded by Esq. J. J. Keenan, it is order- port turn pike road and bids for reseparate from bids 011 metal construc- to take up. before the court ed and directed that Judge 1). D. Dow pairing Tar Fork bridge and Murray's Present: lion. 1). I) Dout-ll- , presid- tion, but contractor can bid on both Present: Hon. I). D. Dowell, presid-in- g ell, and A. McMeador, jailer, be and Branch bridge and any other buslncis Diding judge of the llreckiuridge County grading and metal construction. they are hereby appointed a committee judge, of the llreckinridge Comity Court, and the following named justices ders will be required to comply witli the Court, and the following named Justices to purchase a flag (Old Glory) and erect that the court may see proper to take up. of peace, W. W. Ilaxter, I). C. law in submitting bids 011 said construcof the Peace, S. I) Cox, J. J. and maintain same on the courthouse in In Re Hites Run Bridge. Heron, J. J. lleeimn, Abe llennett and tion, Ilardiusburg, Kentucky, and a sufficient Keenan, Abe llennett, W. W. Ilaxter, A yea and nay vote being taken on the S. I). Cox, being all of the Justices in At a former term of this court an C. K Kobbius and I). C. Heron, being amount of money is hereby appropriated Commission except IJsq C K. Kobbius foregoing motion resulted as follows: all of the Justices of Peace in commis- to pay for same, a vote being taken, the order was made directing the County of the 1st Magisterial District J. J. Keenan, Yea. Koad Engineer of Breckinridge counmotion carried unanimously. sion. Abe llennett, Yea On motion of I) C. Heron, seconded ty to advertise for bids under the law The Court convened at 11:30 u. in. and On motion of Esq D. C Heron, by lisij. J. J Ktcnuti that the survey, S I). Cox, Yea. proceeded to open the bids for the conby Esquire J. J. Keenan, which for the construction of a new iron or W. W Ilaxter, Yea. profile and estiinutes of cost as made t struction of the Pike Road to be con- motion carried, it is ordered and direct- steel bridge, according to plans nnd M llasham, County Ko.ul Engineer D. C. Heron, Yea. structed under State Aid, and it appear- ed that Paul Compton, Treasurer of specifications furnished by the State and W. I). Hale, a civil engineer, emWlieieupon said motion is declared ing that Mr. J. F. Grimes, Assistant llrecklnrldge County, issue county Department of Public Koads and ployed by order of this court at a former adopted and made the order of this Commissioner of Koads anil llridges of obligations to be signed by the Treas- Bridges and pursuant to said order, term to make said survey, profile, esti- court. State of Kentucky, being unable to ap- urer, approved by the County Judge bids were duly advertised for accordmates, &c. , on the road from Hiirdius. It is ordered by the Court that the pear in Court at this hour, on motion and attested by the County Clerk over ing to law, at a meeting of this court burg towards I.eitclificld, by way of following Justices of the I'eace be al- duly made, seconded and carried, it is his seal, in the sum of Eight Thousand on July 2nd, 1010, the bids received Harned, it being the Koad recouiineniU-i-l lowed their per diem, ordered that all action 011 said bids be (8,000.00) Dollars In various denomina- pursuant to said order were opened In by the State Department of (lood Koads Abe llennett, one day, 3 00, deferred until during the afternoon tions not exceeding $500,00 each, nego- court. as the one on which State aid for the S. I), Cox, one day, j 00. On motion of Esq, D. C, Heron, when at said time Mr. Grimes will be tiable and payable at the Bank of year 1915 be expended, and said u J, J. Keenan, one day, fa 00, Hardinsburg and Trust Co., Hardins- seconded by Esq. J. J. Keenan, the present and before the Court, having been approved by this W. W. Ilaxter, one day, f$ 00. Came the County Koad Kugineer, R. burg, Kentucky, subject to a discount State plans and specifications for the Court be, and the same is, hereby ap I), C. Heron, one day, $3 00. building of said bridge were rejected M. llasham, and filed a report herein of one per cent when Issued and bear Fpstcr-Milburu Belf-madTimes-JournaI "' ' high-class 1 News-Heral- of public roads of Ureckinrldco county, nnd to be collected and paid on the above date, to wit: April 20th, 1916, when the sheriff makes his settlement of taxes collected, due and payable in the year I9I5. It Is further ordered nnd directed that Paul Compton, Treasurer of aforesaid county, Issued county obligations for Three Thousand ($3,000,00) Dollars, in various denominations, negotiable And payable at the Bank pf Hardinsburg and Trust Company, Hardinsburg, Kentucky, subject to a discount of one per cent and bearing live per cent interest from date until paid, due and payable on or before April 20th, 1016, interest to be paid annually. Said amount to be Issued for the construction ond maintenance of bridges In the aforesaid county. Said obligations to be collected and paid when the shorlll makes his settlement with this court at its April Term, 1016. The vote being taken, said motion carried unanimously, and is made the order of this court. I Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Ton 4 nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. 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Louisville, Ky- - t: sec-on- by-I- tor the reason that the plans called foot span when Id a thirty-fou- r fact the bridge required a forty-tw- o span, and said plans were adopted with the exception of the length of the span aforesaid. The bid of the Champion Bridge Company for the construction of said bridge being $1,322.00 was rejected by the unanimous vote of the court, and the bid of the East St. Louis Bridge Company was accepted for the of said bridge for the sum of $987.00'the span to be forty-tw- o feet as aforesaid, and a concrete lloor In said bridge, said bridge to be built according to plans and specifications furnished by the State Department as aforesaid with tha exception as above The contract having been named. drawn by the County Attorney and the East St. Louis Oridgs Company for the (To bo Continued) for on For a Sprained Ankle. If you will get a bottle of Chamber lain's Liniment and observe the difaithfully, rections given therewith you wll recover In much less time than Is usually required. Obtainable every , where. WHO'S GOING TO PAY? Kentucky's State Debt is Now $2,355,167.00 State-Wid- e Prohibition Will Deprive the State of $700,000.00 a Year Where Will It Come From? Political Office Seekers Care Not For State Debts --They Are After the A little more than a year ago tho County Unit Law was enacted, as tho definite policy of both tho Democratic and Republican parties In Kentucky. Under Its provisions 106 counties now have prohibition ns fully ns they could prohibition. As have under State-wid- e a political Issue tho liquor question was thought to bo settled. As a moral Issue It was settled In accordance with tbo wishes of temperance peoplo all over the State. Each county can vote out saloons when tho peoplo living In them want to do so. Some politicians, desiring nn exciting issue to aid thorn In obtaining control of tho business and political affairs of the Stnte, resurrected tho liquor quostlon, nnd proclaimed Statewide prohibition tho paramount issue. Indirectly, therefore tho quostlon will bo voted upon at tho primary, to be held August 7, because ono of the can didates for tho Democratic nomina Hon for Governor has made that Issue a fundamental part of his political program. It is well that the voters know and consider some of the facta that vitally affect tho welfare of tho stato, and of thomsolves as citizens and taxpayers. 'before voting to tear up our economic Many ridiculous and false .system. statements have been made by political prohibitionists, calculated and intended to deceive tho voters. Dut hero aro facts that no truthful man I til other property In tho State Is taxed sufficiently to pay off tho huge accum ulated debt nnd also provide the addi for drunkenness Increased 300 per tional revenue necessary to make up cent. So far as Portland Is concerned tho constant loss and bear at the samo prohibition does not seem to prohibit. time tho current running expenses of OUR NEIGHBOR STATES. the State government. Nothing is Right at our doors, Tennessee, with plainer than thai. a $12,000,000 stato debt, and statp-wld- o No kind of sophistry or prohibition, has had an Increase of can fool Intelligent people In costs of criminal prosecutions In six to these facts. years of more than double what It was FALSE STATEMENTS ANSWERED. under the local option license system. It has been claimed by tho political The financial condition of Nashville, s prohibition the capital city, Is such that its bank- that state-wid- e will save the people monoy by reduc runt affairs mar have to bo placed In ins crime, pauperism, ana insnnity, the hands of a receiver. thereby reducing tho cost of criminal it a known to all men that West pro- prosecutions. Pacts and authentic Virginia, which has had state-wid- e statistics utterly disprove theso state- hlbltlon for only one year, Is practical ments. They point to Kansos as a n-- paralyzed financially for want of shining example of prohibition. Tho money to pay the current expenses of following facts, taken from govern- - tno state. During the fame time tho ment statistics, prove conclusively number of prisoners in tho Charleston para-die- o that Kansas Is not tho state-wldjail, in the capital city of the state, in It Is claimed to be: creased from 33. on May 1. 1914. to 92, Number of PRISONERS por 100,000 on May 1, 1915. This, too, disproves population: that state prohibition saves costs of d state-wldero Jobs: e teen license states show a smallcf death rate, tho average bains 12.9 pt FINDS NO cent. Memphis, "dry," afforded In 1913 tho distressing spectacle of 44 murders Milwaukee, REMEDY EQUAL per 100,000 population; "wet," had only 4. Atlanta, "dry," In 1912, had 39 murders per 100,000 population; Philadelphia, "wet." had 2; 10 TANLAC "dry." Chicago, "wet," 9; Topeka. shows, In 1!10, 1 arrest lor urunxen-nes- s for every 64 residents; Clncln-nat- l, Says He "wet," 1 for every 267 residents. William H. Howard Tho prohibition state of Maine la Else WithTried Everything constantly referred to as a shining ex- pro- nmnle of tho results of state-widout Help. from 1,667, In 1901, to 4,533, In 1912 During that time the population Increased 1G per cent, while tho arrests Louisville, Ky., Aug. 3. William II. Howard, who lives at 22$ West Jeffer son street, here, and is widely known as an advertising man, N one or lhoe who declares he has been greatly benefited by Tanlac, the premier preparation. recently, "Por a long. time," "I suffered from n catarrhal affection of the stomach, and I never have found anything which did me so much jood as Tanlac. I had used pretty nearly every thing before my friends recommended It helped me almost at Tanlac to 1110 once, and I am glad to offer public testimony to it value." Chronic catarrh, which affects tile mucus membranes, is one of the most and distressing malulies prevalent The trouble is almost univerknown sal. Offensive breath, couching, nervousness, sneeniug, headaches, poor digestion, loss of appetite, unsound sleep and susceptibility to colds are among the results from the malady Tanlac has proved of special value in the treatment of catarrhal troubles Hitudieds have testified to the good it It is now being sold in has done them. Cloverport .11 Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irviugton at lrvingUiii Pharmac) TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly u?c this blank 111 icncwinjr your subscription. Plcttsc cxitinino the label on your pnper. If your sulweription i due, the Kditor will npprcciiile payment. RENEWAL ORDER THK MtKCKENKMGB Kncloed find scription neeount. Xamk . XKWS, CYovKitroitT, Ky. , which apply to my sub- sn' Aii)itr..s iPAIwYrAIILC) Better Than Calomel and Quinine. j (Contains no Arsenic) and lUlious EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and Fever-- . Mal1n.1l Fevers Fevers Jut what you ucol at this season. Try 11. Mild Laxative. Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Don't Tike Any Substitute. At Rotinson-Fette- t riiKPAitr.u iiy Itii oriior Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles mJ Company LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY age) 124.3 CONDITION OF THE STATE Number of DIVORCES per 100,000 TREASURY population: 286 On Juno 30th, 1915, ono month ago, Kansas (the condition of the Stato finances Thi?ty-on- e llcenso states (aver-ttirna ad faltnwa ago) 183.5 Number of DIVORCES granted to lOutstanmng interest oeur- wives for cruelty per 100,000 popula$3,209,589.00 Ifiir 854,422.00 tion: ICash in treasury Kansas 24.3 Leaving a deficit, or debt, license states (aver-2.355.1G7.00 Twenty-fou- r bearing interost ago) 14.1 Tho interest on this debt at 5 per The relativo number of savings ac your. Tha debt Is Ninety-liv- e eat Is $117,758 a per cent of the product counts Is often quoted as a basis of 'growing larger all the time. Both comparison as to tho prosperity of dif of Kentucky distillers Is shipped out becoming principal and Interest aro ferent states. Tho report of tho Comp- of tho stnte, bringing Into our busian Increasing burden upon the taxpay- troller of tho Currency shows that on ness life a constant stream of forolgu ers. June 4, 1013, Kansas had 1,148 savings money. Practical men, knowing that nothREVENUES depositories for each 100,000 populalicense states had ing can be gained for temperance, The entire amount of revonue paid tion. Twenty-seveor economy, are determined to annually by all forms of tho liquor an average of 9,260 savings depositors business to the State treasury, to the per 100,000 population. Theso twenty-seve- stand by tho present system of local, states aro agricultural states county self government, nnd not decounties and to the cities and towns of similar to Kansas. So Kansas shows stroy or drive from the stato tho Kentucky, Is as follows: countless millions of capi8700,000.00 no better than other states In that re State rovenue tal and property that now constitutes spect. Revenue to tho city of Louone of the state's chief industrial 681,000.00 DEATH RATE AND DRUNKENNESS. isville To encourage a policy of conRevenue to cities and towns A few comparative figures from fiscation and destruction of state rev414,000.00 Louisville other than other states may bo interesting. North enues, by nominating candidates Revenue to counties from Carolina and Maine, "Dry" states, pledged to such a program, means to county application of the respectively a death rate of 17.3 tho taxpayer nothing more nor less 200,000.00 show tax and 16.3 per 100,000 population. Nine- - than the following necossary shitting of the tax burden: THREE-QUARTERKEN-TUCK- Y n mo-rali- ty n g s. can deny: 90.91 Kansas Nino license states, (average) . . 73.54 Number of PAUPERS per 100,000 population: 43.49 Kansas 25.42 Nino license states (average).. (Theso nine states aro all agricul tural states similar to Kansas.) Number of INSANE PERSONS per 100,000 population: 172.3 Kansas Seventeen llcenso states (aver criminal prosecutions. BESIDES THE ABOVE FACTO, MEN THOUGHTFUL MUST NOT PROFORGET THAT STATE-WIDHIBITION WILL WIPE OUT $6,500,-00-0 PAID ANNUALLY BY KENTUCKY DISTILLERS FOR GRAIN: THAT $2,200,000 PAID ANNUALLY AS WAGES WILL CEASE TO BE PAID; THAT $2,405,000 NOW PAID ANNUALLY FOR COAL AND BAR RELS WILL NO LONGER BE EX-- I , PENDED; THAT OF A MILLION DOLLARS ANNUAL. LY PAID IN INTEREST BY DISTILLERS AND BREWERS TO BANKS WOULD NO LONG-EBE ADDED TO THEIR EARNAND $60,000,000 THAT INGS, BROUGHT INTO KENTUCKY FROM OUTSIDE THE STATE WILL CEASE. TO FLOW INTO OUR BUSINESS CHANNELS. E . . TAYLOR. Irvington, Ky. ...PERA1ANENT... USSiA FORESAW I DENTIST mxesssssstsusasssssssa Office Hours: ?JJ: WARSAW BATTLE Last Line Before City a Real "1:1, Atwnys In oflli'i' durinp 1 lllco hours S Trench Gibraltar. WORK REQUIRED MONTHS. R FRST FR 0 HI I AMI IIHINfl MM IS' j Correspondent Describes Formidable Defenses He Saw on Battlo Front. Pronounced by Military Experts to Bo tho Best In All Europe Six Rows, One Behind tho Other. Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Hig Type boar. Will weiVh un to 2(10 nnunds. Prices S20 "and S25. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg. Ky. What Is probably tho most Important battle of the war so far nnd one marked by horrible slaughter on both sides occurred on tho outskirts of Warsaw. Tho Russiaus, It bcenis, foresaw this engagement nnd had erected tho most complete system of trenches at this point. A correspondent or tho Chicago News, who spent some time at this front, describes the fortlllcatlons as follows: Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits patronage of Cloverport Bath $1.50 $1,945,000.00 While only $700,000 of the nearly !$2,000,000 derived from the liquor bust' ness Is paid directly to the Stato troas. ury, yet the $1,245,000 paid to the cities, towns and counties of tho State are of great financial assistance to them, and in this way undoubtedly promotes the prosperity of tho State, To say nothing of the revenues to cities and counties. If the $700,000 paid by the liquor business direct to tho State treasury be thrown away, as prohlbl will be the case If State-wid- e tlon Is adopted, the State deficit, or debt, must at onco be increased by that amount, making It over $J,uuu,uuu (1) IF FARM LANDS PAY IT, 'THE TAX ON "FARMS MUST BE 50 PER CENT. (2) IF LIVE STOCK HAS TO PAY IT, THAT CLASS OF PROPERTY MUST BE TAXED THREE TIMES WHAT IT IS AT PRESENT. (3) IF THE MERCHANTS OF THE STATE WERE TO PAY IT THEIR TAXES MUST BE FIVE TIMES WHAT THEY ARE NOW. (4) IF RAILROADS ARE TO PAY IT, THEIR ASSESSMENT MUST BE DOUBLED. (5) IF MINING PROPERTY IS REQUIRED TO PAY IT, THEIR ASSESSMENT MUST BE MORE THAN 100 TIMES WHAT IT 18 NOW. No one class of proporty owners will have to bear all this burden of taxation, but it must fall upon each and every taxpayer In tho stnto with more or less severity. Will it pay to listen to tho demand of office seek- ing politicians, who themselvos pay little or none of the taxes, but who prohibition Issue as a the first year, and this state debt must simply want fat ollloes, and are using the state-wid- e continue to increase at tho rate of false campaign cry to got votes for their own advancement and personal mora than a million dollars a year un-- j proflt? Adv. Poetry and Noses. I have read that no poem was ever written to a nose. Can you, offhand, recall a single rapturous or oven admiring description of one? I search my memory in vain, but produce instead one instance that has always intcrestt d mo by neglect. You recall that littlo poem of Itrownlng's, "A Face," the brief and chnrmlng description of a girl's profile against n background of gold. Tho "matchless mold" of softly parted lips, tho neck "threo fingers might surround" nnd tho "fruit shaped perfect chin" all receive their Uuo of praise; tho nose, a seeming necessity in any profile. Is not even mentioned. It may be us well; each reader supplies Jn tho lovely faco tho lino that suits him best. Tho poet may have feared that by Its inero mention ho would produce tho effect too often given by tho noso iu real life a heaviness that mars an otherwise charming face. Atlantic. Phonetic spelling was evidently In Farris Healing Hcmedy comes In fashion In tho sixteenth century, when concentrated form. To It you add a even Shnkcspeaso could not spell hla liaino consistently. There Is a letpint of linseed oil, If you want a heal- own dug from tho correspondence of n ter pound of lard or vaseline ing oil, or .1 lady of tho sixteenth century In tho We guaranteed book If you want a salve. of tho "Cotswold Family" tho that this makes you a full pint of betJuliana writes It is ter healing medicine than anything a matter of debt between tho cautious you over used no matter what the widow nnd "My lord n Kalder" "My price. Why should you pay medicine lord Ammarll und your wlfo I honour prices fer simple oil or lard or vase- and love, but your falso swearing nnd pore." What Bho line? For sale at Wedding's Drug promise I hotcrlo a really meant was "utterly abhor." Ky. Store, Cloverport, Telegraph. nicks-Benche- For Cuts and Sores. Phonetic Spelling. on which the Russians nnd Germans began lighting 011 Dee. 11). "The new line at Itloulo Is nbout fifteen miles from the city. It was constructed by tho Russians during tho winter. It was not built by soldiers, but by Polish laborers employed by the Russians ut 75 cents a day. Tho line ran from tho curve of the Vistula north of Warsaw, at tho fortress of Novo Georglevsk. south through tbo town of Blonle, then south to the town of Grodck, then southeast to a point of tho Vlstuln river virtually at tho fortress of Ivungorod. It was about fifty miles long. "This line constituted the last defensive position of thu Itussians west of tho Vistula river. I have been over parts of tho line, and In places which I visited It consisted of six distinct lines of trenches, one behind another, from 200 yards to 1,000 yards apart. Those trendies were constructed with the utmost caro anil were pronounced by tho foreign military observers who accompanied mo the best constructed trendies they had ever seen. They wcro far better than tho original defenses of tho Husslaus on the Vistula and Rnwka "These defenses are called the line. This Is halfway between Warsaw nnd the old line of defense on the Bzura and Kawka rivers, Business Men nnd Shoppers 8 X Wanted! 200 Stock Hogs Lost or Strayed From our farms near Hardinsburg 17 ewes. Any information about them or their return will be re warded. g 8 w Hardinsburg, Kentucky ly Dispondency Due to Indigestion. was suffering "About three months ago, when I from Indigestion which caused headache and dizzy spells and made mo feel tired and despondent, I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs, Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y. "This medicine proved to be the very Hit Favorite Play. Edith That Mr. Phan is conversathine I needed, as one day's treatment I used two bot- tionally Impossible. Ethel Why so? relieved me greatly. were talking nbout the thetles bf Chamberlain's Tablets and they EdltH-- Wo was of this trouble." Obtainable atre, nnd when I Inquired what rid me his favorite play he said If he had any everywhere. favorite It was seeing a man steal lecond. -- Boston Transcript. Scene Painting. In tho past half century nnd more, especially slnco tho Improvement of tbo electric light, scene painting has very elaborate and very expensive. Instead of being kept In Its proper place ns the decoration of tho (Irnmn, ns a beautiful ncessory of tho action. It lias often been pushed to tho front, so ns to attract attention to Itself nnd thereby to distract attention from tbo play which It was supposed to Illuminate. Shakespeare has been smothered In scenery, nnd tho art of tho nctor has been subordinated to tho art of tho sceno painter. Hrander Matthews in Scrlbner's Magazine. he-co- Try a Want Ad Today "Tho trenches are connected by sunken passageways In different places. Theso afford un opportunity for the We lmvo several yearling bucks for snlo ut lfi.l)0 enuh. Sired troops to retire from trench to trench. our !500 lb. Sluto Fnir Winner. protections of There are elaborate London barbed wlro entanglements on wooden Glen Dean, Ky. ::: W. R. MOORMAN & SON, posts. Some of these entanglements project high above tho surface of tho Killed Quick ground. Others aro only two feet high u broad ditch, and easy when "Penslar Corn Remedy nnd nro constructed Inbeing seen at a Fifty-fiftPoultry Parasites. Is applied to n corn. a package which prevents their Gt "Jlnka gives his wlfo half Ills snlnry distance. You keep the chicken house clean to now at Wedding's Drug Store and rest every week." Built Up With Sand Bags. easy. 10 and 25c. "And what becomes of the other keep the parasites olT the chickens. themselves, they "As to tho trenches You spray to kill ccrms but what do linlfr are deep enough so that a man moy "Sim still has to get that In tho old you do to got thu germs and parasites proNot to Be Thought Of. stand upright In them and still bo Certainly somo might bo foolish tected. They nro elaborately built up wny out of tho pockets of his trou. Inside tho chicken. Ileus especially show It at moulting time and during enough to call Athens. Thermopylae with sand bags, and tho front part has I era." Ulchmond Times Dispatch. tho winter. How can you expect them and Marathon tho most famous Greeco been covered with sod. They nro so Quite a Difference. to lay? Krco them of all Internal paraspots In history,, but It would bo dan- situated that tho Held of lire Is over "Did I understand ymt to say tho gerous. Judge. sites by feeding them 11. A. Thomas ut least 1.000 yards of open Hat plain, woman Dubbins married Is well off?" Poultry l'owdor occasionally. If It unobstructed by trees or any shelter "No she waa." Illrmltigham ' Of Courte Not. doesn't make your liens happy, we will for an enemy, so that a charge niado "Beauty Is only skin deep." by tho attacking troops would have to return your mouey. For sale at Wed"That's enough. You only want to bo in plain view of every Russian ding's Hrug Store, Cloverport, Ky. The Uncomfortable Part. kiss n peachy cheek. You don't want soldier In the trenches." "Has llrown n comfortable Income?" to bite it." Louisville Courlor-Jouma"Large, but not comfortable! Ills Not an Ornament. A housohold remedy In America for tvlfo knows Just how iniieh It Is." "Can you give mo any Ideas nbqut Laudable. Oil. I'uek. soaking my yard uioro beautiful?" "Whnt is your Idea In reorganizing 25 years Dr. Thomas' Electric For cuts sprains, burns, scalds, "Yea. Remain In tho house." How-to- n tho choir?" nn abominable thing for a man bruises. 25c and sOc. At all drug toIt is Tost "I want to put It on a sound basis." Sterne. commend himself. stores. Boston Transcript- - rivers. Hampshire Bucks For Sale! Age-Heral- L IRVINGTON HOSTESS READY FOR FAIR AT Interest in MRS. BECKER'S BRAVE BATTLE VISITORS Good Old Home-Comers Summer Time Brings Everybody Shows and Nicely Other County Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for thing to Save Her Husband, WHERE 43 Years? Exhibition Visitors Courageous Woman Old Every Month Guests Entertained. Come and GoBusv For County Seat. AT THE OLD RELIABLE AUTOMOBILE TOURS ON. TAUGHT SCHOOL TO ASSIST CONVENTION NEXT WEEK. Miss Edith Dowell, of Louisville, is the guest o( Miss Bva Payne. The virtue of a man ought to be Mrs. Con Wand, of Terre Haute, Ind., measured, not by his extraordinary ex In the End She Findi Her Home Gone and Mother and Baby Dead Buoyed is vlsltinK lier mother, Mrs Milt Lock ertions, but by his everyday conduct Up Condemned Man Until Ha Was In is quite ill. arc, who the Very "Valley of the Shadow of Miss limma Johnson, of Kordsville, Telephone your news items to No. Death." has been the Riie.st of Mr and Mrs, .Hi W. T. Johnson. Back of Charles Becker's tenacious J. Misses Hannan and Judith Beard fight for life was n woman Helen Mrs. J. S. Youncer, of Louisville, has have gone to Llvermore to be th of Mrs. R. B. McGloth- - guests of their brother, Dr. H. J. Lynch Becker, his wife. In the Onal been the analysis it was nn pxnmplo of the pri lan. Beard. On their return trip home they Margaret Beau will stoo oer in Owensboro to visit mordial battle of man for woman and Misses Thelma and With elemental woman for man. chjmn and R. C. Henry visited D. V. Mrs. Ewell Batterff. strength nnd courage the woman fought Henry, Brandenburg, last week. Miss May Watlington will join the for her mate against the powerful hand Miss Era Gains, of Fordsvllle, spent Crutcher party this week to visit the of the Htate which took his life for the week end with Miss Jessye Brady l'anama-Exposltland other points of planning the murder of Herman Rosen thai, gambler. Mr. and' Mrs. J. B. Hottell have had Interest. When Becker first was trapped she Mrs- George Wolf has gone to Louis for their guests, Mr. John Hottell, of New Albany, and Capt. Nadelle, of vllie and Clovernort for a two weeks went to his assistance without delay. When the news that n second trial had Nashville, Tenn. stay. been granted came to her besldu her Mrs. J. S. Coe, of Vine Grove, is the M. Beard, son, Murray, Mrs. Sallie mother's ccilln she arose and In joy Bland, and and the three Wolf children are the hastened to greet Lawyer Shay, who guest of her brother, Thos. Mrs. Hlund. uuests at the home of Mr. W. R. Moor brought the news, with a kiss. The evening of the execution found her S. T. Rfce, of Louisville, was here man, near tilen Dean. seeking the governor to plead for Saturday to attend the Matonic picnic. Beard is at home mercy. Miss Mary Franklin S. C. Unwell sold a pair of mules !a!.t from Glen Dean, where she vMteil Miss There have been hints of wcret de- Sarah Dean Moorman. Saturday for .jlO. feusu funds raised by the police nnd Ed Beard, of Louisville, has been the by gamblers. However, so far as posi'I'lioi.e McGlnthlau & Son for anything you want in Hun'wHre and Furn- guest of his father, Mr. William Beard, tive information goes, Mrs. Becker, but for the help of Police Lieliteiunt John. who is ill. iture. Becker nnd Jackson Becker, brothers Messrs. Floyd and Cordis Lewis, of of her husband, has fought practically McGlothlan & Son have a nice line of New Albany, Ind., are the guest of alone. paints. Thone your wants. At the outlet of the contest she had their father, Mr. Henry Lewis, and Mrs. Hnllie Admire and daughter, money. Becker was credited with a Mrs. Lewis. Hazel, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. Mrs. Leslie Walker and children are fortune made by his levies as chief of and Mrs. A. T. Adkins. th "strong arm" .squad. At the time visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of his arrest lie had Just completed, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Guest, of Beeler, near Kirk. though he had not yet occupied, a Indianapolis, arrived Friday to visit John Mrs. George E. Schriber and daugh handsome homo nt 8239 Ollnvllle ave Mr. and Mrs. James Hendricks. ters, of East Orange, N, J., are the nue, New York. Mrs. Newsom Gardner is the proud Teaches to Keep Up Fight. guests of her sister, .Mrs. 1'ercy M. of a new Rembrandt piano, posstbsor "What cash Mrs. Becker controlled Beard. Haydeii Bramlette, of Medora, spent Mrs. Mcllree has returned to Her was paid out on the llrst trial and In Sunday with his parent, Mr. and Mrs home at Madison, Ind., after a visit to prosecuting the llrst and only successful appeal. She then returned to work J. K. Bramlette. her aunt, Mrs. Mollle Dejarnette and ns a schoolteacher. After the second Mit Maud Jolly, of Sample, is visit other relatives. trial the Bronx home was pledged for ingMrs. Frank Waggoner. Mrs Robert Ernest and son, Bobbie, counsel fees. A lawyer holds the mortMiss Lottie Bandy left Monday for after a three weeks visit to her sister, gage. It is said that Mrs. Becker's Hardinsburg, where she has accepted a Mrs. James W. Miller, have returned to only resource now is her position ns a position with the Bank of Hardinsburg schoolteacher. their home in Highland I'ark & Trust Co John Walter Jolly takes Mrs. Becker Is n small but well proD. R. Murray made a business portioned Gen. woman In the thirties. Conthe First State Bank. her place trip to Irvington last Weduesday stitutional vigor shows In her snappy, H. H. Kemper, i Louisville, attend Thomas H. Withers went as far as dark eyes, colorful cheeks and firm, ed the Masonic barbecue and stayed Louisville with Mrs. Withers when she erect carriage. over Sunda calling on old friends. In the three years of her husband's went to her old home In Christians- fight her remarkable courage has won burg, Va. praise from every one who had the opMiss Pearl Bastin, after an extended portunity to study her under the most visit to Mis Clara Whitworth, has re trying circumstances. The wives of turned to tier home in Lexington. "Lefty Louie" and "Gyp the Blood," Republican Nomination Godfrey Haswell has returned from the two married gun men who went to Vote Stephenspo t, where he has been the the chair, met their tragedies with bravery. Mrs. Herman Rosenthal, the guest of Mr. L. D. Fox. slain gambler's widow, was strong In Mrs. Sue Board, of Louisville, is in her demand for vengeance. But Mrs. town, the guest cf her granddaughter, Becker under an agonizing strain of Mrs. J. O. Hook, and friends. adversity showed a spirit of fight nnd A little girl arrived as the home of fortitude that compelled admiration. R. W. Owen for McDermott Hon. Kept Husband's Hope Alive. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Shellman, last week, From the first she kept up her own The Hon. R. W. Owen, of Owens-bor- at their home on the pike, hopes and buoyed her husband's sagw.s over at Glen Dean last week Hardinsburg Day was observed at the ging spirits. What his wife's pluck to see his father iu law, Mr. J T. F. M. E. Church, South, last Sunday meant us n support only Becker himOwen, who is confined to his bed and morning. Hie services were very self knew. During the last weeks she paralyzed. His condition is serious and much enjoyed. always carried a cheering suillo Into he is gradually growing weaker. the death house at Sing Sing. Her F. I'. Stum and daughter, of high spirits Mrs. Mr. Owen is for McUermott for govradiated throughout the ernor and says he will carry Daviess Madisonville, are guests of her mother, gloom of the condemned tier. She had Mrs. Margaret May. a smiling nod for every Inmate of the county and the citv of Owensboro over Mr. Stanley. He said that McChesney Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Richardson, of place. Marton T. Maiiton, counsel for Beck would get a good vote in the county. Kdilv, Texas, spent last week at West er In the second trial and associated View with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skill wilh Bourko Cockran hi the legal man. moves up to the last, recently paid this Miss Tula C. Daniel spent last week compliment to "She Is u wonderful woman. I have it Kingswood attending the camp never known nnother who stood such meeting. a strain so bravely and so well. Mrs. To Andrew Driskell and his assistant, Becker has undergone experiences Miss Ruth Chambliss, opened their which would have crushed almost any one. school at McQuady Monday. Only n few days ago Sirs. Becker unld to a reporter: Taking a Tip. "In the ten years of my married life Houseman If I'd known you were have never had any reason to regret going (o drop In on us so unexpectedly that I married Charles. Ho has been W would have had n hotter dinner. Ilort on Don't mention It, old man. a splendid husband, and I would rathBut next time I'll he sure and let you er lose all the other members of my Vlu family. Of course my brothers and know. London Answers. L., H. & sisters are dear to me, nnd they have L. Many a man find out too Into that been splendid to mo through nil my Leave Cloverport 7:09 a. m. Ac cannot hide anything from his own trouble, hut (hey can never menu ns much to me us my husband." IoncIcii(;o. 10:00 a. in. Arrive Louisville Vllny. So far as her public expressions go always stanchly In 1 rv a Want Ad. if vou sho husband'shas believed She had unInnocence. her Leave Louisville 8:30 p. m bounded faith In his native force of want quick results. chiiracter, for Becker had the sort of strength that served him well ns chief of the old strong arm squad at police hcndquitrtcrs. Shu always thought if Becker had taken the witness stand nt his trials he would have forced his Innocence upon thu minds of judgu nnd Jury. Ho never had an opportunity to do- fend himself," she said once. I 100 5 12 Turks Oisguisod as Bushes. on - Breckinridge Bank? Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. " ii' - i- -' STOP A MINUTE! just think over in your mind a while the the QUALITY of these goods and the PRICES will soon convince you where to buy. We always give you every bit of the VALUE that your money demands. comparisons of before buying and REMNANT SALE FRIDAY, AUG. 6, From 2 To 3 p. m. Some great bargains; remnants of all kinds Don't miss it, Friday, August 6th. at Great Savings Underwear Specials Underwear poods must go and tlicy arc at these prices: two-piec- Men's e Balbriggan nt sensational prices. These 50c Garments 39c: 25c Garments 1 9c OXFORDS Are now at 20 per cent Reduction a $3.00 pair of STAIl Hit AND Oxfords now for $2.40; a great opportunity to save on a high-clas- s shoe. EXTRA SPECIAL We are showing a For Circuit Court Clerk for and 25c Enamelware. Our 10c department is full of useful and inexpensive articles.. A visit will be profitable to you. great assortment of 10c S. 8. PAYNE xj o, CORSETS The AMERICAN BEAUTY and the MADAME GRACE ore corsets of comfort and conserve the graceful figure lines 1 $1.50 Corsets for $1.19 $2.00 Corsets for $1.39 $3.00 Corsets for $1.98 It's the worth of the goods that counts and RIGAT prices we have the QUALITY at the B. F. BEARD & CO. isrlSnfkauty I Baseball Excursion Mrs.-Becker- : ($ greets ' Hardinsburg, Kentucky Louisville. Ky. $1.25 St. . Sunday. August 8 R'y. I MULES WANTED want to buy 15-- 2 Wo have for salo now aro cheaper than they wero a year ago. Wo aro making special prices and terms for all orders hooked in the month of August. Please hear in mind that tho coal which is mined in tho months of July and August is much bettor than that which is mined later, whon tho mines aro rushed with winter "ltunh Orders." War Declared! COAL In Europe about a year ago. Since that timo almost every necessity to life hae advanced in price. However the difFeront grades of PLEASE GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW Thereby saving money and eocuring hotter coal. Just think of it! Ask for prices and terms tho various grades which wo havo to oiler. Just any kind that you want and will need. mules to years to bone and teet. add up. old, 16-- 1 in height. Good To weigh 1000 pounds ns bushes by lying shrubs to their bucks nnd sometimes paint themselves ud their rllles green. Turkish snipers disguise themselves Cumb. Phone Heston, Whitworth & Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. Couldn't Take Their Loot. Thieves who stolo fifty tubs of butter by throwing It off a train lu Indiana succeeded In carting away only eight tubs before daylight. Use The News' Want Column