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The Breckenridge news: August 11, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915081101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 11, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XL FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. 30E C Pages C No. 6 C300 Don't Fail To Attend Cloverport's Big Barbecue! Cloverport Thursday, August 12, 1915 The Town That Put The "Cue" In Barbecue IOl . ONE BIG DAY FOR ALL! ) C I Ql3 ( IQI ) C!OI '" ---- -- EXPECTING BIG CROWDS IMANY GUESTS EXPECTED IN T TO WILL BE THE CONTEST LIVELY IN AT OUR COUNTY FAIR! THE SHOW PATH CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT WOMASREALM Banner Attraction on "The Show Floral Hall Will be Beautiful 600 fried chickens, barbecued meats tire day are perfected. Amusements Under Direction of Miss Betty Path" Greatest Entertainand music arranged and invitations potatoes, 600 pies, I5O home-mad- e Preparations Hade For Big Crowd Hany Contests Most Popular Young Girl in Town Will Be Pictured On the Screens -- Contest Closes September 6th Will Add Interest to the Picnic Fine Dinner Cloverport in Motion Pictures Soon. Planned. accepted by many out of town people. The grounds are beautiful and auto service will be on from early morning until late In the afternoon. A dance will be given that night In honor of the barbecue visitors. "Who will be the Movie Queen?" is the question in Cloverport today. It will not be answered until Labor Day when the moving picture contest closes. Votes are given away with every cash purchase in most of the stores in town. The successful contestant will receive $ 10.00 in uold and will be pictured for the moving picture show which will be given here at an early date In Septemand the loading contestants. Everybody is excited over the eon-te- st and go to Oelze's show window every night to see the results of the day's votes It is said one young lady has a thousand votes already to put up any day. The people like the contest as its plan is not annexing and the people are not called on to spend money they do not want to, as votes are given with groceries, dry goods ber. and other necessities. Those In the Walter II. Oelze, of Hazard, and contest are as follows: formerly of Cloverpoit, has the contest RosaSlppel 4508 in charge. He will take 1,000 feet of Hula McCracken 4I33 films which will show Cloverport. Tar Lucille Berry 4042 Springs and points of interest here. Anna M. I'enner 34OS Many pictures of the "Movie Queen" Mabel McCracken 2oS7 John 1). llabbage, Mr. Ilehen, Allen I'ierce, Miss I,ouisc llabbage, Mrs. Frank, Miss l'lauk, Miss Severs and Mr. Smith were delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs W. 11. Taul. During the day they had the pleasure of meeting a number of the prominent families of l'isgah. The Cloverport people certainly enjoyed the day, the beautiful country and knowing the splendid people. cakes, besides country lmm and hot make-uthe menue for the twenty-fiv- e Lined up on both skies of "The Show will have many products on display. cent dinners that will be new roof on the grand stand will Path" at the Hreckeiuidge County Fair The bought by hundreds at fhe St Rose be completed by Saturday night. barbecue tomorrow. I'laut for the en will be the best vaudeville attractious and the 'greatest entertainments ever Miss Hetty Taylor has charge of Moral given at u county fair. Hall and is enthusiastically arranging a FOR Several feature shows that no doubt, magnificent display of the accomplish- LIFE CLOSES create amazing interest are secured for ments of Hreckenridge county women. "The Show Path." The usual ice cr.iam To see the useful products of finger-wor- k fountains and lemon- and mentality combined will be the best parlors, Among ade stands will furnish opportunity to part of the Pair to return treats and favors. "The Show the popular entries this year will be bed Well Known Woman Passed Path" will be popularized by people who spreads, rugs, baskets and hand-mad- e like amusements and a good lively, social lingerie. Ploral Hall will be beautifully Away in Her Eightieth Year. time. decorated for the display of the arts of county women and Leaves Large Family. John Akers is in charge of the agri- the Hreckenridge cultural department of the Fair. The girls.' Send the best piece of handicraft races, the wonderful exhibition of poul- you have and do not wait too late to SEVEN CHILDREN SURVIVE. try and the show of livestock will be no enter articles for exhibition. The culrivals to the extensive displays of agri- inary department will also be featured Mrs. Luther Clemmons, eighty years culture. The agricultural show will particularly with the best pickles, preof age, died Inly 27, IOI5, at the home stand supreme. The successful farmers serves and delicious cakes and breads. of her daughter, M's. Henry Carey, Ky. of Mi. Vernon, I ml. It will be com- Rockvale, She was born November 15, I835, pleted for service about the first of the NEW CONTRACTS Februyear to be run on Green River and the and married Luther Clemmons ary 7, I85O. To this union was born Wabash river. eleven children, seven of whom survive. Last Thursday in New Albany, Mr For Cloverport Boat And MaShe is also survived by her husband, Pate closed a contract to build five barPate ges for the Kentucky and Indiana eleven grand children, six great grandchine Company-- Mr. This means a busy children, two sisters and two brothers. Packet Company Mrs. Clemmons professed religion and Lands Two Big Orders For Fall and Winter for the Cloverport lloat and Machine Company. Fifteen men joined the Fond Run church in the year will be employed and the work begins at She was n faithful Christian, a $4000 Worth of Work. once Cloverport people are glad to I860. hear of this fine business secured which loyal friend and much loved nnd highwhole town. ly esteemed by all who knew her. Win. Pate, Manager of the Cloverport will help the The tuneral services were conducted Boat and Machine Co , has landed $4000 Enters Business College. at the home by the Kev. J U. Meng, worth of work for the foundry, including of Hanlinsburg. Her remains were the building of a boat and five barges. Miss Fronnie Dean left Thursday for family grave yard at Mr. Pate closed the deal at Kvansville Evansvllle to enter business college. laid to rest in the a few days ago to build a $2700 freight Her host of friends in Cloverport wish Rockvale. and passenger boat for 15. W. Winister, her success, which she is sure to attain. Move to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters entertain colTec, will p Coca-Cola home-makers. ment Ever Given. Taylor. WILLIAM DEAD BEARD T69 YEARS Patient Sufferer For Last Six Years Leaves Daughter and Three Sons Wife at Death's Door. FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY. 1 "KWALITY KOUNTS" I ! Flour, 1 LOOK! LISTEN1 and SELLS our ed Mr. and Mrs John Ridge and sou, Vernon Gault, and Mrs. M. J. Gault, to a farewell dinner Monday evening, as Mr and Mrs. Ridge left the latter part of the week for Louisville to reside. Their many friends in Cloverport regret to see them leave. Meal and Feed! (Write us Oelze's Pictures. Walter B. Oelze, of Hazard, is here to spend a month with his mother, Mrs. Mary I) Oelze He makes pictures for the screens and Cloverport will be seen In motion pictures soon. for prices) We pay the freight to your station on 400 lbs. or more! Teacher Thomas Tlionias, toll the class how .you mana.'cd to savo so much mono' Hurinr vacation. (Who is holding $10.00 bill, up for tho class to see.) Well, you see it is liko this: When school closed last January, fathor gtwo mo a pig. I bought all tho feed I fed him from tho McQuady Milling Company, sold him yesterday and mado $10.00 clear monoy for my trouble. I'll tell you what, IT PAYS to buy your food from tho McQuady Milling Company 11 TAR FORK NEWS. Miss Myrtle Tnberling, of Witchita, 1 McQUADY Kan., is here, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Kate Hook, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Wick llarbee and father, Galin llarbee, of Illinois, have returned home, after spending several days here the guests of Mr. Ilurlesoti llarbee, and other relatives. Mrs, Alice Newby and children, of Kirk, spent the week end, the guests of 1 . e j. r iisuer iewuy mm iiiiiuiy. 1 Hardinsburg, Aug. 9. JSpecinl.) Mr. William Heard, son of Hurrell and Ellen Heard, was born near old Antioch years ngo and de church sixty-nin- e parted this life August sixth at three o'clock in the afternoon. He was converted at Cave Spring and united with the M. U. Church, of which he was a member until the time of his death. He was class leader (or a num ber of years, also served as superintendent and teacher in the Sunday school and steward in the church. Mr. Beard had been a patient sufferer for the last six years; even when blindness came lie never murmured. He was married October 2, 167, to Miss Vibella Dally. The funeral services were conducted at the M. E Church by Rev. A. II Davis, of Somerset, a former pastor. He read the 00th Psalm and thirteenth verse of the twenty-secon- d chapter of Revelations. His text was found in John 11:35. Mr. Heard leaves his wife, (who is at death's door) a daughter, Mrs. Sallie Coke, three sons, Kd Heard, of I.ouis-ill- e, l Morris Heard and G. I). Beard, thiee brothers, Messrs. Burrell Beard, of Hopkinsvllle, Jim Beard, of Cattlets burg, aud Tuylor Beard, other relatives and u host of friends by whom .he will be missed. The remains were laid to rest in Ivy Hill cemetery. The uctlve pall bearers were: Messrs. Abe Meador, Jno. 1', Haswell jr., .'no D, Shaw, C. 15. Haswell, A. X. Klncheloe, Jesse R. Eskridge, Andrew Dris kell and Judge D. D. Do well. The honorary pall bearers were tho business men of the town. The family has the sympathy of the community. - District Sunday School Conven tion Meets Large Attendance and Fine Dinner W. D. Smith Present. SPLENDID PROGRAM GIVEN. Some Potatoes. Mr. Jesse Wcatherholt, of this city, planted a bushel of potatoes this spring. After being dug, they were found to yield an increase of forty The Sunday School Convention of the Second Magisterial district met at I'isgali church Sunday. A splendid program was rendered and the day was one of profit and pleasure. W. D. Smith, the county president, made two addresses. Klecliou of officers were as follows; Ira I). Ilehen, president, W. It Taul, vice president, and Mrs. W. I Taul, secretary. 1 bushels. Mrs. Fontaine Sings. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Fontaine and two children, of Louisville, are guests of Mr, and Mrs. Frank White. Mrs. Fontaine, sang at the Methodist church Sunday night. She has a beautiful voice. Subscribe Todav HKTwB7rrwt;-''- 1 IRVINRTdN PHARMAfiY 1 The Drug Store That Saves You Honey! quality which prices: Fresh Spices We give You Louisville Prices: Wd liavo just received a su lply of fresh sjices of tho best wo have put on sale at tho following reduced Mustard, ground yellow, per lb. 25c 60c Mnce, per lb....... Nutmeg, per doz 5c lllaek l'epper, ground, per lb.. 20c lllack l'epper, whole, per lb.... 20c Sage, per lb 30c White l'epper, per lb 30c Tumeric, ior lb 15c Cloves, ground, per lb ..30c Cloves, whole, per lb. 30c 10c .15c 5c 5c and 10c "Ten Acre Farms." your capital is limited you can make more money on ten acres than you can un one hundred acres. When you bpread the labor und capltul that Is only suHicleut to farm ten ueres over. a farm of seveiity.five or a hundred acres you only succeed In wearing out yourself und your farm. The "Ten Acre l'arm" system will produce 100 bushels of corn or 3,000 pounds of tobacco per acre, and increase-hfertility of your land eacn year. 11 joe Allspice, per lb. . . 2oe Aniie Seed, per lb........ Celery Seed, per 1.1) 30c Red Pepper, per lb ...30c Red l'epper l'ods, per lb..... ..30c 25c Cinnamon Hark, per lb Cinnamon Ground, per lb 25c Coriander, per lb 15c 20c Caraway Seed, per lb.. White Mustard Seed, per lb... 20c FRUIT ACID KUUPS PRUIT PROM SPOILINd, Package whom; mixud si'ich, 15 MILLING COMPANY, McQOADY, KY. Miss Nellie lleatty left Sunday for McGovock's, where slit began her school Monday, Misses Mary and Murcella Frank, of Oweusboro, are here the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Klla Keeiiau, and other relatives. Fine Flavor, CUNTS I'F.R FOUND. l'unifliiie, pound Sealing Wax, per lb Jar Ring, doz Agents Eastman Kodak Company Send Us Your Films To Be Developed & Printed Home-Comin- g Day, August 18, Breck inridge County Fair The management of the Breckinridge County Fair Association has designated Wednesday, August 18th, as "Home Coming Day" and the idea is being taken up generally and it is confidently expected that the association's beautiful grounds will be the meeting place of thousands of Mends and relatives. This will be the biggest day of the Fair and the largest crowd since the Centennial will assembly. The Entertainment Committee, appointed for this day, will spare nothing that will contribute to the comfort and pleasure of the 15,000 or 20,000 visitors expected to attend. The true spirit of welcome should flow from every local heart, and this day should be set aside to friendly greeting and the interchange of valuable ideas for mutual advancement and welfare. "School Day," Wednesday, August 18th August 18fh, is also "School Day." All children, under twelve years of age, will be admitted free, and the school with the greatest percent of the census enrollment of their respective districts will be awarded a prize of Ten (10.00) Dollars same to be used for the benefit of District Library. The winning school will also be presented with a banner. At the appointed hour, all the schools will meet near the South enc of the Grand Stand, form into a parade and be reviewed by those in attendance at the Fair, after which the prize will be awarded. All graded schools are excludep from competing for the prize, but will be invited to be present and participate in the march. Feast For the Home-Come- rs Our county is famed for its magnificient lunches spread at our beautiful Fair grounds by our generous and hospitable women. What could be more pleasant and show rings, greet your friends and neighbors, hear some good speeches and finally observe the school children of your county, the men and women of tomorrow, in their efforts to capture the prize. This program will make a good day for everybody. You can and must help. Let's join hands and welcome those who come home, and have exhibits at the Fair will be a credit to our fast improving agricultural community. high-class inspiring than to hear a good band, witness many COMMITTEE: D. D. Dowell, W. C. Duvall, Moorman Ditto, J. W. Trent. Hons. A. 0. Stanley and E. P. Morrow Candidates for Governor Are Invited to Speak At the Noon Hour STANLEY IS NAMED IN STATE PRIMARY 45C; McChesney, 1,915. 5,594; McDermott, MORROW WINS IN Defeats McChesney and McChesney. 1,800; McDermott, 10,998.' Stanley, 10,474; SIXTH DISTRICT McChesney, 3,090; McDermott, 3,717. SEVENTH DISTRICT Stariley, 11,. 493; McChesney, 7,397; McDermott, 2,893. FIFTH DISTRICT Stanley, 7,931; xxxxxxxxkxxxx:xxxxxkxxocxxxxxxxxxkc GOVERNOR'S RACE' Ma- Nominated By Heavy Kingswood Colle Under New Management FREE FROM ' McDcrmott by Decisive Vote. PROHIBITION THE ISSUE First Time Republicans Have Ever Nominated by Direct Primary-Platf- orm CARRIES ALL BUT FIFTH. Stanley Sweeps the State from One Stands for County Unit as Stanley carried every district In tho End to the Other and Plurality state by a substantial majority except Against Statewide Prohibition-Gen- eral May be 40,000 Race for Lieutenant tho Fifth District, the home of Lieut. Election In November. Governor Close Between Edwards Governor Edward J. McDermott, and even here ho ran a close second. There and Black. THOSE NOMINATED. have been few Instances In Kentucky politics where a candidate has no com- Governor pletely swept the state. THOSE NOMINATED. EDWIN P. MORrtOW. Governor CLOSE FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. Lieut. Governor A. O. STANLEY. LEWIS L. WALKER. i ne race ior l.ieuienuni uuveruor Lieut Governor close between James D. Black and Secretary of State JAMES D. BLACK (doubtful). JAMES P. LEWIS. James P. Edwards, with a slight advantage In favor of Rlack. It will take Attorney General Secretary of State an official count to determine tills race. CHAS. W. MILLIKEN (doubtful). b. McGregor. Edwards was a running mate of State Auditor Attorney General county Stanley and stands for tho M. M. LOGAN. ED. A. WEBER. unit. State Auditor Black has openly favored Statewide Clerk of Court of Appeals n. L. GREENE. EARL HUNTSMAN (In doubt). Prohibition, and If his election Is cer- State Treasurer tain It may mean thut the dry ques-- j Supt. Public Instruction SHERMAN GOODPASTOR. R. P. GREEN. tlon will be In calcium again. Twoj years ago n statewide bill passed tho ' Comm. of Agriculture Clerk of Court of Appeals Qonntn 31inll1t1 n.,.l ttlV, 111 RODMAN W. KEENON. WILLIAM C. HANNA. UIIU fnllo.l In tlm IJ..IH.I... the Barboursvlllo man preside over tho Supt. Public Instruction Senate it would give statewide a big R. S. EUBANK. Frankfort, Ky., August 9. Edwin P. advantage, even though the Governor Comm. of Agrlcultur Morrow, of Somerset, was chosen tho may stand for the county unit. MATT S. COHEN. by nn Ilepubllcan stnndard-beare- r CLOSE FOR SECRETARY. overwhelming majority over bis opThe race for Secretary of State Is ponent, Latt P. McLaughlin, of Frankfort. Ky.. August 9. Kentucky whosu vote was negligible. Democrats In the slate primary Satur- between Riirksdule Ilumlett, present There was little opposition to the day showed conclusively thut they urn Superintendent of Public Instruction, not ready yet to nominate a man for and Charles W. Mililkeii, of Louisville Governor who Is committed to State- It appears that Mllllken has won the race, but may take the ofltcial vote wide Prohibition. Former CoiiRressman A. O. Stanley, to decide. of Henderson, who Is an avowed couu- DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM 444. EIGHTH DISTRICT Stanley, 7,927; McChesney, (i.154; McDermott, 858. NINTH DISTRICT Stanley, C.03I; McChesney, 5,477; McDermott, C19. TENTH DISTRICT Stanley, 1,078; McChesney, 483; McDermott, 412. DISTRICT Stanley, ELEVENTH 2,013; McChesney, 1,177; McDermott, jority Over McLaughlin LIGHT VOTE IN PRIMARY g ALL INDEBTEDNESS Vice-President. Rev. Joseph Mogue, of Wichita, Kansas, the noted theologian, preacher and evangelist, has been elected President, Rev. E. T. Ad ains, a gifted leader, preacher anil evangelist, graduate of one of the best Colleges and Universities in Methodism, OFFERS THE BEST ADVANTAGES Intelectually, Morally, Spiritually and Physically ii Ideal Location 0 The most picturesque and healthful section of Kentucky; beautiful groves, winding streams, refreshing springs, charming landscapes and cliffs. Shut off from the evils and worldliness incident to citv life, where swearing, vuliraritv. tobacco using, drunkeness, shows, etc., are never known or heard. t. HIGHLY EQUIPPED FACULTY Graduates of the Best Schools Seven Departments Second to no other similar institution; offering A. M., A. R, B. Ph., H. D. and B. Mus. courses. College of Liberal Arts, School of Theology,) School of English Bible and Evangelism, School of Music, School of Oratory, High- - . Grade Academy and Select Grammar School. True to Wesleyan Doctrines in Holiness. re's God First in Everything. Tho Democratic platform convention will be the next scene in Kentucky's continuous performance political show for the purpose of promulgating a platform to put under the Democratic candidates named Saturday to try con elusions with tlio ICfpubllcan and Four Buildings Well Equipped and Furnished ' Forty- - Acres of beautiful campus and and camp meeting grounds. Special Rates l m Q by American Preit Aasoclatloo. A. O. STANLEY ty unit law advocate, was nominated over Harry V. McChesney, of Frankfort. nrt Lieut. Governor Rdwnrd .1 dI Louisville ' fir. McChesney made It plain to the vnifih Hiiiiughout a strenuous cam palgn that Ik: stood for Statewide Pro nlliltion. His vote was largely enn fined to the rural districts, and, while one hundred and six counties out ol one hundred and twenty are dry tin der the county unit law, he failed to carry many of them. Hdward J. McDermott was as to his convictions, but It was generally supposed that ho stood for the county unit law as against statewide prohibition. He carried only his borne city of Louisville, falling down In Jefferson County outside of the city, carrying only one precinct. He ran a Progresslvo nominees at the regular election on Tuesday. November 2. With A. O. Stanley, the Democratic nominee, and pledged to tho county unit law and against statewide prohibition, it Is practically certain that the county unit bentiment will pervade the convention, and, with thn views of President Woodrow Wilson and Senator Ollio M. .luines, which are in keeping with the view or tlio Kentucky Democracy as expressed in the convention of 1911. will be written Into the platform of this year. Within the next week or ten days EDWIN P. MORROW State Democratic Chairman Vansant will call thn state committees together and flx tho time and place for tho Republicans who were decided upon assemblage of tho delegates and to de- at the Lexington convention held two termine the date and manner for the months ago. Lack of opposition failed to stlmu selection of the delegates. late Interest among the Republicans PRIMARY ELECTION. FIRST In many sections of the state, some This was the first campaign for nom- counties casting only a few votes. ination for state offices under the primary election law adopted by the Gen- PLATFORM BEFORE NOMINATION The Republicans at their Lexington eral Assembly In 1912. convention decided upon a platform which stands for the county unit as against statewide prohibition. PROGRESSIVES Agreed with the attitude of the will NOMINATE TICKET Democrats on thisIn matter, there with be little division the parties, the exception of the Progressive vote, th,e leaders of whom claim they will Governor draw from both parties. FRED J. DREXLER. Lieut. Governor J. R. ESKRIDGE. Secretary of Slate CHARLES REYNOLDS. Attorney General ALLEN D. COLE. KENTON STRONG. Kenton County gave Morrow the biggest vote of any county in the state ' Board, Room and Tuition $125.00 cash, in advance. Board, Room and Tuition $140.00 term payments during the year. First term opens September 13, 1915. y ?w j l Write at once for new catalogue to E. T. Adams, wood, Kentucky. vice-preside- nt, Kings- 'ff I JOSEPH HOGUE, President SHE TOOK XXXXXXXXXX0(XXXKXKKXXXXXXXXXXX0)OC90KK GLAD FRIENDS' ADVICE Mrs. Catherine Meyer Finds Small Farm Addition Better Hurry You folks who have been wanting Relief From Debility in Tanlac. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 10 Many women sutler from slueeishness and depression without being able to find relief from a condition they knowtobe unnatural. One of them who did lind relief Is Mrs. Catherine Meyer, of 1915 She said re HI t'h street, this city. cently that she had recovered from a condition of nervous debility through the use ot Tanlac, the peerless made the least exertion," she said. "I Any was melancholy and nervous My diges unusual noise startled me. tion wns poor, and I couldn't sleep well. a small farm near Hardinsburg 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! They are in town C. L. BEARD, "I was run down and felt tired If I at farm land prices and at the Saturday primary. FIRST PRIMARY. will all he gone hefore you know it. State Auditor J. F. HOLT7CLAW. State Treasurer C. I. GROVES. Clerk of Court of AppealNO CANDIDATE. Supt. Public Instruction NO CANDIDATE. Comm. of Agriculture NO CANDIDATE. s- poor third throughout the state. Stanley's victory was overwhelming, sweeping the state from one end to the other. Since his defeat for the United States Senatorshlp in the fall of 1914. ho has been stumping the state, and it is said that he made more stump speeches than any other candidate in tho race. Stanley was given national prominence when as a member of Congress he was appointed Chairman of the Steel Trust Investigation Committee, and through this rigid work which be carried on for two years attracted much notoriety through the magazines He was elected to six consecutive terms In Congress by the Second District and served until March of this year, when his term exand newspapers. ject a statewide prohibition platform Into their party for the general eleo tlon on Tuesday. November 2. Little Interest was manifested In their primary Saturday, only a few votes being cast In each county. Hickman. Ky . August 9. Bert Is dead. Walter Allison Is believed to be mortally wounded, while Sam Cleves, who Is Just old enough to vote. Is shot through thn mouth as result lit a quarrel over politics at one ol tho precincts Saturday during the primary election. ONE KILLED AT HICKMAN. , Louisville, Ky.. August 9. It Is said that the Progressives propose to In This Is the first primary In which the ReDUbllcans have ever particlpat "Fiually I became Interested in ed. Formerly and before the recent Tanlac and seut to the drug store for enactment, of the General Assembly of I begin tak Kentucky all nominees were selected a bottle of It. As soon as Ing It I got bettet. Now I sleep sound by the conventions. ly, and have recovered from my nervHARD BATTLE FOR NOVEMBER ousness and depression." Headed by State Chairman Ed Mrs. Meyer's experience Is not unFranks, of Owensboro, the Republicans usual. Women often suffer from a have laid plans for a strenuous fight tired, sluggish feeling without knowat the November election. While the state Is normally Demo ing the why of It. They are often cratlc, the Republicans expect a slm subject, too. to depression and melan liar reoccuranco of 1907, when Will- choly. Where Mrs. Meyer found re son, Republican, was elected Governor lief, others may. She is one of and Bradley to the United States Sen who have given voluntary testiate. mony to the value of Tanlac. Tanlac can now he had in Clover TWO MEN KILLED AT JACKSON! port at Wedding's Drug Store, and in Jackson, Ky., August 9. The old Irvington at Irvington Pharmacy. feud spirit over political campaigns was revived In Breathitt County at the primary Saturday and Grover Kentucky hair Dates old-tim- e hun-drde- s Hardinsburg, Ky. 9 "The Early Bird Catches the Worm" I Clothing, Groceries, Dry Goods, bacco, Etc , Hals, To-- 8 at Low Prices RIGHT j You have to bo an EARLY MUD to catch tho 8 H j BARGAINS. WATCH OUR AOS. for ciuly bird We're open early and lcte. Ours is chances. tho storo of EVERYTHING. 1 SI pired. MANAGED BY HAGER. The Stanley campaign was managed by .fudge S. W. Hager, of Owensboro, prominent politician, and who was defeated for Governor on the Democratic Cleveland Blanton and Martin Clemens are dead. Ellhu Allen Is wounded. The trouble arose at a precinct named In honor of the Clemens family. Trouble came up over tho race for local Judge b'ulp. ticket In 1907. ONE DEAD IN PULASKI. Somerset, Ky., August 9. Frank Some counties In the mountain secSummers, a farmer, Is dead as result tion and also rcmoto precincts of other of an election quarrel. Trouble oc missing. counties are curred at the political speaking at FIRST DISTRICT Stanley. 10,212; Bourbon by .1. II- Taylor, a lawyer. McChesney, 9,288; McDermott, 987. Taylor gavii himself up and Is In jail. SFCOND DISTRICT Stanley, McChesney, 6,220; McDermott, SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. 1,518. Richmond. Ky.. August 9. A heated Stanley, 8,507; argument over politics resulted in a THIRD DISTRICT flglit. hem Saturday In which Geo. McChesney 4,359; McDermott, 455. DISTRICT Stanley, 7, Phelps, Jr , wai cut several times with FOUUTH u ku.fH a..d lit in u surlous condition. VOTE BY DISTRICT. 13,-00- Scrawny Calves. What makes a calf scrawny oft" Its Germs parasites in the iu feed? testlnes. Why not free them of this trouble? If you will give the calf some D. A. Thomas Stock Hemcdy in its feed, within a week you will see It brighten up and in four or Ave weeks vou won't know the calf. Costs you but a few cents and we will refund that if it doesn't do as we say. For salcat Wtddlns't Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky Shepherdsvllle, Aug. 174 Jays. Hardinsburg, Aug. 18 3 days. Stanford, Aug. 18 a days. Hwlng, Aug. l9- -:i days. Nieholasvllle, Aug. 21 3 days. Rlizabethtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Florence, Aug. 2(13 days. Alexaudria, Aug. ill 5 days. London, Aug. 244 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 854 days. Germantown. Aug. L'5 4 days. 3dajs. Barbourville, Sept. Hodgenville, Sept. 73 days. days. Henderson, Sept. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 13 6 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 221 day. Glasgow. Sept. 2o- -4 days. 1 You Can't Beat Our Prices or Quality Tlioy I Hj Wo oH'orinj: this wiek a special barpiin in Towels. aro '25c, 20c and loo towels, all j 1 1 1 I Going at 10c Each Como in and supply yourself before thoy aro all fjono 75 Peyton & Rhodes, Hardinsburg, Ky. Cave City. Oct. 4 Murray, Oct. 04 days. 0 days. THE BRECKENRIBGE NEWS, JNO. D. BAOBAGt. (RISER'S TRAIN PAINTEO OFTEN THE PRIMARY ELECTION IN Editor ana Publisher asuect CLOVERPORT, bvory Wednesday. AUGUST 11, BRECKENRIDGE Not Every- KY., WEDNESDAY, 1915 Different Colors Used to De- Passes ceive Aeroplanes of Enemies, Off Quietly. body Pleased, But a Square And Honest Election. EIGHT PAGES. Stanley BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and Be for cncli additional HIS SAFETY IS GUARANTEED inqnrtinn. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. Large Number of Secret Pollco Keep of 5 cents per lino, money Emperor Under Closest Scrutiny His OBITUARIES charged for at the rato Prosence at tho Front an Aid to the in advance. Commanding Generals, and His AdExaminotho label on your paper. If it is not correct please vice It Always Sought. notify us. Paul Schniedei-- , who claims to bo Gets 115 Votes Over McChesney CANDIDATES INTERESTING The Primary election passed off very quietly iu this county last Saturday. It is said that it was one of the fairest Primaries ever he'd in this county. The result, of course, did not please everybody. The defeated candidates and workers are taking defeat logically, and submitting like all good citizens to the will of the majority'. A O. Stanley won over McChesney by ltosworth got 16 votes and 15 votes, McDermott 360 Judge Illack carried the county over Ivlwards by 26 votes for Lieutenant Governor. 1 THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. We bo- We arc for the Democratic ticket from top to bottom. nln nf nminritv rule unci the Golden Rule in politics. It is a much better ticket all the way down than we expected. Now, let u pull together for victory in November. J. D. B. s this scornfully rejected, the writer mainBreckcnridfjc county people have entertained taining, on the contrary, that the Im.summer from South Carolina, West Virginia, Illinois, Texas, New perial advice Is frequently sought and Jortoy, Alabama, Indiana, Nortn Dakota, Ohio, Louisiana, Washing- generally acted on by them. The knUer's special tralu. In which ton, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Kentucky. home-comer- one of those very few and highly favored correspondents who have lived at tho kaiser's headquarters since tho beginning of the wnr, has Just written a largo volume In which he tells tho German public nil about the life tho supreme wnr lord leads nt the front. The theory that the kaiser's presence at the front disturbs his generals Is 1 For Secretary of State Hamlett's majority over Likens was 68. IS THE For Auditor Rhea's majority over Green was 54, For Treasurer Goodpaster's over Terrell 12. Let's all go to our County Fair next Wednesday the iirst day. HARDINSBURG. Beware of little extravaRances; small leak will Mnk a big ship. Franklin. Mrs. C. V. Robertson has Rone to Wheeling W. Va . U visit Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe. Miss Stella Hall has returned from visit to Miss Alice Frank in Cloverport. Charlie Miller, of Eddyville, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hen-dric- Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons are at home from a vitit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Heeler, at their home near Kirk. Attorney Henry Dellaven Moorman Is at nome from the Panama-I'acifi- c : Dr. W. A. Walker, Mrs. Walker and little Miss Mildred Walker spent Satui-da- y in Bewleyville the guests of rela tives. Miss Alice Green, of Central City, arrived Saturday morning to be the guest of Miss Louise Taylor. John P. Haswell, jr., came down from Louisville to cast his vote. Mr. Burrell Beard was here from Hopkinsville to attend the funeral of his brother, Mr. William Beard. Mrs. W. C. McElwains and baby, ar Peyton. rived from Springfield last Saturday to isi" here from Nathaniel Shellraan visit her mother, Mrs. Lucretia Louisville to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shellman. Preston Green, of Fulls of Rough, "Declaration of war has no effect on was in town Sunday. coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Mr. A. C. Glasscock, of Fisher, was Miss Eloise Hook has returned from in town Sunday. Hawesville. Miss Mildred Murray, of Glen Deun, Mrs. Godfrey and daughter, Miss has been the guest of Mrs. Sallie Braid. Georgia Mc. Haswell have returned from a visit to Mrs. McCubbins at A household remedy in America for Oil. Stephensport. 25 years Dr. Thomas' Electric sprains, burns, scalds, Mrs. Clara Ball, of Louisville, is the For cuts bruises. 25c and 5OC. At all drug guest of Mrs. Raymond Dowell. Heston, stores. See ad. Coal Market. Hard-insburg m Exposition. Mr. M. I). Heard and son, Marvin, jr., Mrs. S. K. Hunt and children left On his return Saturday for Herea. trip, Mr. Heard will visit his sister, Mrs. Allen Ei'elln, at Burg:n. The Misses Corhpton, of Allen, Tex., spent last week with Mrs. Ii B. Richardson at Garfield. "Save money by buying your coal In August." Heston, Whitworth & Co. The boys went down to Glen Dean last Friday and played a game of baseball with the Glen Dean team. The score was 7 to 2 In favor of the team. Miss Martha Baker has returned to Hawesville. Miss Margaret Peyton is the guests o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. of Mrs. Mary C. Heston, who has been very sick. Mr. and Mrs. John Beelei were the guests to their daughter, Mrs. Leslie Walker, Saturday. Mrs. Lela McCubbins is in Stephens-po- rt visiting Mrs. McCubbins and Mrs. Fox. Attorney Sherman Ball has returned from Louisville. Mrs. John Akers and daughter, Miss Florence Akers and Miss Lucile Jarboe are at home from a ten days visit to Basin Spring, Irvington and Webster. Misses Hannah and Judith Beard are at home from a visit to their brother, Dr. H. J. Beard, at Livermore and friends in Owen-boro- . Mrs Louis Jarboe and daughter, Mary Louis, have gone to Owensboio to be the guests of friends. Miss Hannah Heard will go to Hartford Sunday to be the soloist at tne dedication of the new M. E. Church, South. Sheriff A. T. Beard and Morris C. Kincheloe motored to McDaniels last Thursday. For dyspepsia, our national ailment use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recommended for strengthening digestion, station." At all drug The safety of the emperor In the field purifing the blood. Is guaranteed, he says, by his personal stores. $1.00 a bottle. adjutants and by n large number of secret police, known as secret field po lice, specially selected for their duties These WORKERS OF AMERICA from all parts of Germany. men keep the kaiser under the closest MORE THRIFTY. GROWING observation, both In the field and at the headquarters of the general staff, to make sure that no spies are watching Savings Show a Marked Increase Dehis movements and that no dynamiters spite Period of Slack Times. are prowling In the neighborhood. "To all appearances," the writer adds. The building and loan associations of "there seems to bo no special precau tions taken for guarding the knlser, the United States Increased their assets but, ns a matter of fact. Invisible eyes a little more than $100,000,000 In 1014, watch him, and day and night there marking a growth of 8.73 per cent over is an absolutely Impenetrable barrier the previous year, according to the anbetween him and the outside world. nual report of II. F. Cellarius of CinNaturally, in the field and at headquar- cinnati, secretary of the United States ters the emperor's movements are un- League of Local Building and Loan Ashampered by his guards, and one fre sociations, made in San Francisco at annual meeting. quently sees him talking serenely and the twenty-thirsmilingly to the children he encounters. Secretary Cellarius continued; "Considering the' fact that this period At a headquarters recently established across the frontier in France the em- included nearly six months of the great peror won the hearts of the inhabitants war In Europe, during which time there by coming out of his room for n few also existed In this country an indusminutes after his arrival In order to trial depression more or less severe, talk to the excited children who had this showing speaks- volumes for the gathered in front of the house." thrift and saving habits of the wage earning classes of our citizens, who are d - he makes his famous ami frequent rushes from one front to tho other, conof sists, according to Ilcrr Sclitm-tlorten carriages constructed on modern lines; comfortable, certainly, but not At the beginning of the luxurious. wnr this special train was painted a whitish blue color, so that troops and civilians were always nble to recognize and cheer the emperor as he passed, but fear that hostile nvlators might find tho task of dropping bombs thereon made easier for them if they became awnre of that fact has resulted In n periodical repainting of the train In various colors. Safety of Kaiser Guaranteed. "The necessity for this precaution," ndds Herr Schmeder, "will be obvious when I mention that a train purposely made to reseinblo In color and form that of the kaiser's was promptly bombarded by a French nviator shortly after leaving the Frankfort railway , THE BANKER IS INTERESTED IN HIS DEPOSITORS. HE ONLY MAN IN TOWN WHO WILL GIVE YOU HIS ADVICE FREE. THE BANKER LIKES TO SEE YOU AND EVERYONE IN HIS COMMUNITY GETTING RICH SUCCESS BREEDS SUCCESS AND SUCCESSFUL MEN CAN AND DO ASSIST EACH OTHER. BE A SUCCESSFUL MAN. PUT SOME MONEY IN THE BANK OFTEN AND BECOME ONE OF THE RICH MEN IN OUR TOWN. BANK For Clerk Court u( Appeals Steger over Kcenon 120. WITH US For Superintendent ot Schools . Gilbert over Kubanks, 200. For Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen over 1'roman, 367. Stanley polled the largest vote 683, Cohen next with 631, Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Republican Primary All interest iu this Primary centered in the local candidates. Por Representative, Hickersou's vote was 202, Wright 320, Cannon 480. Por Circuit Court Clerk, llasham 626, Payne 378, Tucker, 243. The official vote will appear next weeek. . HARDINSBURG, KY. I I 1 Marion Weatherholt,! General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF I Ii jjjjjjjj I I ij Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Buildingg Material, Building I Hardware, M I a Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. I Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. Whitworth & Co. Master Hob Board, of Louisville, Is the guest of his auut. Mrs. T. J. Hook Trip to California. Meador. Prank Weatherholt, telegraph operator i and assistant agent at the Cloverport Miss Keturah Johnson is in Custer depot, left Saturday night for a month's visiting her schoolmate, Miss Emma .vacation. His trip will include the San ' Francisco exposition. "Get a better grade of coal for less Heston, Whitmoney in August." worth & Co. Mrs. John D. Shaw was in Louisville '"4 last week. Mr Ed Beard was called here from Louisville to be at the bedside of his father, Mr. William Beard. Master Otto Fox. of Stephensport, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Godfrey Huswell, Mr. J. C. Payne and daughter, of Irvington, were the guests last Friday I "I think I'll go Into the real estat business." "Looks good to you, eh?" "Yes; the real estate business Beems to be one In which two men can swap property and both make money. Lou tsvllle Courier-Journa- l. Nice Bucinats. Natural Sequence. "The prisoner wnn sunk In dejection." "Whnt sank him?" "The fact they couldn't ball him out" -.- Baltimore American. MULES WANTED I want to buy 100 mules 5 to 12 16-- years old, 15-- 2 to bone and teet. and up. in height. Good To weigh 1000 pounds 1 VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. the chief patrons of these institutions. UNITED STATES HAS SECRET "The hard times apparently have FORMULA FOR DEADLY SHELL stimulated an enforced economy, have required a reduction of unnecessary expenses, which In times of great prosBeing Manufactured In Government perity are usually on the lucrease, and hare brought home to the people the Arsenals and Kept a Secret. necessity of conserving their resources. "As a result they are saving ns much What is described as "the deadliest or more In proiwrtlon than they did shell" yet invented is snld to have been during more prosperous periods. developed by ordnance experts of the 'There are In the United States 0,012 United States army. It is designed to building and loan associations, with a meet conditions which have arisen in membership of 3,103,435 and assets agthe European war by the destruction of gregating $1,337,310,030. This Is an Inhostile trenches and gun shelters. crease over last year of 183 associa"The general staff of tho army," a tions, 207,002 members and $108,800,897 high ranking otllcer is quoted as say- in assets. The average amount due ing, "Is thoroughly conversant with each member is $437.30, as against developments In military science as $440.10, tho amount shown last year." shown by the work of the various armies In the European wnr. Our obTHE UNIVERSE. servers abroad have been particularly observant of tho effects of various ex- Our Own 8tellar System and What plosives. Knowing the intensity of the May Be Beyond It. explosives used abroad, particularly In one of the latest conceptions of the melinite shells of the Germans, has a they are in u position to make compari- astronomers the stellar universe years, diameter of 10,000 to 15,000 light sons with the, explosive which the ordwith a thickness of 2,000 to 3,000, uud nance experts of the United State our sun has a place a little removed army recently have perfected. "Of course the formula is a secret, from tho center. It embraces 30,000,-00- 0 to 50,000,000 stars within tho range which It will be unnecessary to disof telescopic visibility with dark and close before au actual emergency causes it to be turned over to private Invisible bodies whose number cannot manufacturers to bo ined for the army. be computed. So far as cau be determined the stars At preseut the explosive is being manare surprisingly uniform In muss, the ufactured only iu the United States where the formula Is mot carerango of variation being not more than fully guarded. flftyfold, but In density tho range Is "The trench wnrfare abroad Is a de- from more than twice thut of thu sun velopment of that form of operations and In absolute to only which was wholly unlooked for. in no luminosity or brightness from 3,000 previous wnr have intrenchmcnts playtimes that of the sun to about one ed so Important u part or been so elabThe temperature orately constructed. Moro than any- rises from near absolute zero in tho thing else this has called for tho uso of nebulae to 20,000 degrees C. In certain a high explosive shell, a shell that not giant hot stars. only will destroy any unprotected It Is suggested thut our universe may force, but will destroy n protection. bo not the only one and that the small Shrapnel will not do this, but tho high Magellanic cloud, for Instance, perexplosive shell demolishes trenches and haps 30,000 light yenrs distant, may bo everytllng they contain." a relatively small universe of about 1,000 light years In diameter. Hole 3,282 Feet Deep. Another separate star system at simDeepest hole in Kansas la a well near ilar distance la possibly, astronomers Mlneola that has gone 3.282 feet withhold, the Andromeda nebula. Newark out finding oil or gas. News. xxxxxx; NOTICE Material needEl To Those Needing Building Wo arojprepared to fill your orders in various kinds of Building Material at prices thut will meet your approval. 25&nVrite us for prices for anything you FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE1WILS0N, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. 1 M!rKlE.ftf71-- i ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, 1915 Fino Exhibits of Horses Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest. Jarmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World ....Trotting and Pacing Races Each Day.... Glean Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensaticjnal Lady Aviator Reduced Railroad Rates ... u. i, secretary, doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of pCath" "Steep Banking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. J iw raui Jones .For Catalogue Addreee Building, Louisville, Ky. ' Whe Breckenridgc News. 11, .1915 t. WEDNESDAY, AUG Palaanil - . I . My,, f MT1 I flln. a second clasi matter. Mr. and Mrs. tf , V Wemklkcn nre visiting their sons in Arknmns, Louisiana and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Is.irel Holder and Mrs Tom Dohlcr went to Louisvllie on the Sanitary Grocery and Meat Market sgj j If You Need Anything in THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ' f7 GENERAL OFFICES boat last week. Mr. 1 D Plnnk has arrived home from the South to snanil a fow days with his family. Everything in Clcnn Groceries, Fruits twtl Vcfic- uiid Fiesli unci Cured Meats, Boiled Hum, Siiusnfrc, etc. Wearing Apparel for the j a ,new york and chicago Ranches in all the principal citif.s RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS . f 2.G0 For Precinct mid city Offices 6.00 For County Offices f 15.00 For State nml District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest o( Individuals or expression K of individual views per line Change of Train Schedule on The L, east H. & St. L. Effective March 15, No. 142 1915. 0M5A. .10:1(1 A. M, M M M ArrMnR Irvlrjuton Arrlvlnit Iulsvlllc will leave Clovcrport Arrlvlns IrvlnRttin . Arriving Loulsvlllci No. 140 will leave Clover Bort. Arriving IrvltiRton No. 141 will leavn Cloverport.. nouNn . 4:.VJ I. r:4r, I. l 13:10 V. 7:40 5:07 A iM 5:51 A. M M M WEST HOUNI will leave Clovcrport.. Arriving Owrmboro. ArrlvlnR Hcnilcrjon Arrlvlnit Evnnsvlllo Arrlvlns St. Lou1 143 will leave Clovcrport.. No. Iluwcsvlllo . . No. 141 12:04 T. M, M, 7:43 7:00 P. M, .. 7:30 1. M, i', 8:18 A.M. li:5S l. XI, I S3 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Henry May and dau.l-te- r, MUs Dorothy May, t.pcnt Wednesday In Louisville. i Everything Delivered Mrs. Carl Uandali Balis, of Mans field, Ohio, is the guest of her parents, GIBSON BROS., :: Ky, Mr. and Mrs. K. O Willis. ago Telephone 103 News has been received here from Mnttingly that three of AH Hawkins' chi.drcu have diphtheria. Mrs. John C. Jarboe and daughter, Mrs. Hugh B, Donaldson, huve gone to Cerulean Springs for a visit. LAWYER Mr. and Mrs. Sam llrickey, of Evans-villnre visiting li is parents, Mr, mid Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to .2 rx ?zyz Collect in Court or out of itl See or Mrs. Tom llrickey at Mattingly. Not R Advertisers plnui" notify the editor when you want tnlrrrtlsi'tm'nt discontinued. Write me. Will make the Price Mrs. Melville Snowdcn and children, Right. visiting her father, of Cincinnati, nre Mr J, F. Clarksou, near Irvington. Mrs Shelby Conrad and children reYour Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this turned Saturday night from Louisville, Column Wickliffe where they visited Mrs ONE CENT PER WORD Mrs, Frank Jolly, Robert Jolly and Miss Catherine Hcndrick, of Hardins- Telephone 56-- J For Sale 20 li. p. Marine Engine Cloverport, Ky. burg, were guests of Mrs Frank Payne mnrliH! FOIt HAt.B-S0l- clutch ! usud WIwj xliort time. with onlv Sunday, In excellent comlUllon. Cost HM will Mku iP--5 oiksti. Leo Iloipiililntt, llawcivllli!, Ky, DR. B. T. Mrs. W. H. Quiggins and children Specialist on They had went to Irvington Saturday. For Sale RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION a delightful visit nt the pleasant home of poll IHAI.KIntllnn Itnnnvr Ducks uml By Mall Also Inrgu heiiterluliu Iililne, Cloverport, Treats Chronic Diseases. Mrs. Sam Arms. H Cakes, Candy and Tobacco W Big Barbecue On August 1 Cloverport, 2th Now is the Time to get it. Some choice patterns in V. G. BABBAGE e, t 8l 2- rv t r s Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent ADVERTISE Ladies' and Misses Dresses, Ladies' Waists and Middys. Just the things for the Picnic on that day, and many other items suitable for the occasion. n. Dentist i.il. I!i-- RAFFERTY Loulsvllee. Ky. and J. C. NOLTE & BRO.I CLOVERPORT, KY. I. I. . No. ArrlvlnuOwensboro Arriving Henderson ArrlvltiR Evnnsvlllo Arriving St. Louis. No. 147 will leave Clovcrport. Arriving Owensboro..- Arriving Henderson 115 ArrlvlnR Owensboro will leave Clovcrport . 11:3SP. M 12:45 A. M, . 1:30 A. M , 2:05 A. M, ... 7:40 A. M 0:30 A. M .7:40A. M .. 0:00 A. M . wwWV. wrrrrrrrr,., ACCOUNTS OF Motor Tours. ONE-DAY VISITS River Trips and Vacationettes of the Summer Season 6 lo 12 lo 2 9 a. m. Office Hours: 6 and Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Wroe, of of Mr. and Mrs. Irvington, were guests T. L Wroe last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Cordrey and sou, John Oordrey, left Thursday niynt catch our line for DeLand, Florida, to visit ner sister,' Mrs. F. N. D'iluy. I! To Aug. 12 Myron Moorman, who has been at St. Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital since June, suffering with n broken limb, was h removed to his home Tuesday. Doan's Regulets arc recommended V City Transfer Auto Service by many who say they operate easily, Horses and Buggies to Hire A. N. Chambers, of Mart.n, Tenn., 4G2 5th St. to Ky. 9 p. m C. L. BEARD Life Insurance and Real Estate Hardinsburg, Ky. Office Willi J. R. Eskridxc Attorney Barbecue Are You Going to Build: If so let ns figure with you on a PALM BEACH SUITS Ji Pierce Bros. N. J. Schoop was in Louisville Friday. Mrs EdRilev, of near town, continues ill, Mrs. Frank Fraize was in Louisville last week. Afra. r. n. Hambleton is home from Louisville Heston, See ad. Coal Market s Evening Club in honor of his guests, Miss Allcue Hook, of Hardinsburg, is Miss Esther Vaughn, of Lexington, and visiting Miss Alma Perkins. Miss Marion Dix, of Stephensport. Miss Anna Edmonson is having a deFOR SALE Sawyer home on High lightful time while visiting friends at house, two stories, Providence street. She will be at Hartford bemetal roof; good cistern. fore returning home & Co. Whitworth C. P. SAWYER, Executir. Price have Mr. olid Mrs. Emery Mrs, P. H. Keenan, of Glen Dean, Miss Emma Hunt will arrive from moved into the house vacated some time week. was in town last She will en- ago by Will McCoy. Hardinsburg tonight. Virgil Babbaue arrived from Pine-vil- le tertain a party to dinner at the St. Mr. and Mrs. Verdie Starks are visitWednesday night. Rose barbecue In honor of the Misses ing in Dukes. Askins has re- Sawyer. Miss Mary Dowell Mrs. Ben Miller and children, of Louturned from Louisville. Mr. Fonie Gough, of Knottsville ac of compauied by his cousin, Miss Forest isville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John John E. Brickey and daughter, Morris Gregory. Lee Gough, of Owensboro, with a party Mattingly, were here Sunday. Will Laslie and Mrs Laslie liave been LOST Gold broach. Reward. Miss of their Mends spent last week at the spending a few days at West Point. Tar Springs. McGavock, Cloverport. Virginia ' Arthur and Mary Benton are the Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brashear and Miss Claudie Pate left yesterday to atguests of their grandmother, Mrs Eliza little daughter, Miss Eleanor Porter exposition. tend the San Francisco Mattingly of Bristol, Tenn., have re "Declaration of war has no effect on Brashear, Joe Simmons spent Wednesday in turned home after a visit to Mrs. C. M. coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Owensboro. West Point. McGlothlan at Dr. Paul Dempster and Miss Louise Miss Nellie O'Brien, who is at the Miss Ruth Rhodes, after a two weeks went to Louisville ITiuay. Moorman Tar Springs for an outing, will make a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Save money by buying your coal in Jno. Rhodes, at McDaniels, returned to short visit to Mrs. Isadore Pophatn beWhitworth & Co. August." Heston, Chicago Saturday, accompanied by her fore returning to her home in Bowling Miss Maud Barry has returned from sisters, Misses Bertha and Christina Green. Meade county after a'visit to relatives. Rhodes. Killed Quick Frank English and Victor Hagmau, of between Elihu LOST July 2o, Skillman, were in Louisville Thursday. Meador's spring and Henry Mattingly's, and easy when "Penslur Corn Remedy R. P. Moorman, of Glen Dean, went lady's gold watch; hunting case, initi- is applied to a corn. Get a package to Wessington Springs, S. D., Monday. al;,,' V. F. P., inside back case. Re- now Ht Wedding's Drug Store and rest 10 and i5c. "Get a better grade of coal for less turn to Virginia F. Payne, Harned, easy. Heston, Whitworth Kv., and receive reward. money in August." Miss Celestlne Brown and Miss May &Co. FIFTH BIRTHDAY Dr. J. B. Frymire and H. E. Frymire, Brown charmingly entertained at their of Frymire, were in Hardinsburg Thurs- country home last Tuesday night In honor of their guest, Miss Marie day. Anniversary Celebrated Friday M Thirty guests Brown, of Lebanon. ft By niss (Catherine Phelps Harry Edmondson, of Louisville, is were present, a crowd of happy young Twenty-Si- x Little Quests En- cousin, Emmett Edmond-eon- . people. visiting hie , without griping and without bad after CLOVERPORT, KY. Phone 104 effects. 25c at all drug stores. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Keys went to Corona, Cal. , to visit their son, Elbert Keys, and their granddaughter. They Kan will also attend the exposition Miss Ilessie Arnold has returned from Miller Ferry entertained the Friday Louisville. Cleaned and Pressed Building-up-to-d- ate Material 1 jg Summer Clothes must be fresh and clean. Let us taUo clmifjc of yourulcun-inr- , pressing find repairing. Our stock is and complete. We furnish everything in the building line. Good g$ material and workmanship. We make a specialty of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of build- - m ings. We call your attention to our stock of $1 Colonial Columns BERRY & MORRISON CLOVERPORT. KY. We are making a special price on these columns, Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you in prices on all material. Planter's Hall, the country home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, Special dinners and suppers, followed by attractive parties, have been continuous. .The guest list includes: Miss Agnes Board, Dr. Kay and Mr. Allen Dawson, of Louisville, MlsslMartine Monarch and Mr. Sam Monarch, of Kirk, Miss Mary Franklin Beard, Miss Lillian Beard, Mr. Howard Hook, Mrs Morris K. Beard, of Hardinsburg:, Miss Betsv Moot man and her guests, Miss Eliza PigKOtt and Miss Mabel Heron, of Irvington, Miss Mabel Howard and her guest, Miss Hazel Kinkard, of Lebanon, Miss Francis Moorman, of Louisville, Mrs. David R. Murray, of Glen Dean, and Mrs. Porter H. Nunnelly, of Georgetown. Cloverport Planing Alill, : Cloverport, Ky. 1 B J Office and Plant Near Depot r A Do You want to be "Movie Queen?' Then go to 1 The "Skeeter's" Serenade does not have very quieting effect on tired nerves. "Penslar Skeeter Dig" causes them to move on. 'is cents at Wedding's Drug Store. vote for each penny spent and 25 votes given away free daily to the one guessiug the nearest to the number of votes cast each day. Best assortment Ice Cream and Ices in Town With Purity and Quality f 1 SINKING Z Of Happy CREEK SCENE Hon-j- f Phone No. 10 i Joy Attractive Party. Party, Given In or of Lexington Qlrl. j Mrs. Harry Williams arrived home from' Grand Rapids, Mich., Friday No. 40 for the Blood Stephensport, Aug. 9. JSpecial. ) A pleasant party was given to Sinking Creek at Sample in honor of Miss Ksther Vaughn, of Lexington The chaperons were Mrs Sam Dix and Mrs. Robert Vaughn The guests were: Misses Marion Dix, Sada Cohan, Esther Payne, Bernlie Ahl, Cecil Dix, Celina' Hell Rheumatism, Scrofula and all hunight.' ' mors of the blood give way when you 40, the great cure for Miss Anne Hinton, of Indianapolis, is take Number and blood poison. Try a bottle from Wed visiting her brother, Oscar Hinton, ding's Drug Store. It will give you new life. Mr; Margret Gault, of Louisville, was Wed- the JSest of Mrs. Froest Pate last 1 HILL ITEMS -JL A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLEGets Repeat Orders Cowing Over Your Work I is commendable and proper if the work is well done and will last as is the case with work done here. 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, A. WALKER, Hirdlsbnrs Ky. Bank ol' Hardinsburg Dintlst, & Office oir Trust Co. Miss Katherine Hunter Phelps celebrated the fifth anntversary of her birthday Friday. A morning party was uiven on the lawn at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David O, Phelps. The birthday cake was a larue angel's cake trimmed In pink Icine and lighted with pink candles. Allieue Driskel), Grace Driskell, Miller, Pink Ices were served and little paper Kerry and Cleveland Hamilton, The Rev"R. E. Reeves expects to be baskets, filled with home made cau in his pulpitSit the Presbyterian church dies, were the attractive favors for Any skin itching is a temper tester. at ll o'clock, Sunday, August 15. He the twenty six cues s. The more you scratch the worse It will take for his subject in the morning: itches. Doan's Ointment Is for piles, Defy Sunburn. 5OC at all eczema any skin itching. 'The I'lace of the Elders in the 1'resby. terian Church." Kor the evening hour Arm yourself with a bottle of "Pen-sla- r drug stores. ' subject: ''Mending the Nets " Almond nod Cucumber Cream" Minnie and enjoy out door nmufiemeuU. -- 5 Misses Susie O'Hrien and Notice Veates and Messrs. l'reil Kirk ami uml 50 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. Breckinridge Circuit Court. Albert Egart, of Mooley ville, were guests T U. Simmons, Plaintiff. last week of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Vs. Notice of Claims. Pophaui. Administrator and L. U Simmons, PLANTER'S HALL Vm, lleavin, of McQuady, was in Heirs, Defendants. town Saturdaj . He was accompanied All persons having claims against Scene of Delightful Entertainhome by his mother, who will has spent the estate of L. C. Simmons, deceased, ment For the Guests of fllss three's efcks here with relatives are nocilled to uresent them at my le Sara Dean Moorman. duly proven as required by law oa Mrs. George Gray and sou, John or before October 1, IgtS. Lewis, of Oweusboro, are guests of PeyLEK WALLS, ton Scott. MUs Sara Dean Moorman Is enter Matter Commissioner of the BreckinMiss Myrtle Taberliug is expected ridge Circuit Court. here this week, en route to Witchita, mining a number of her friends at of-f- A Good Flour For PROFITABLE - 1 Makes More and Better Loaves he Bakers IS LEWISPORT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write us j LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewispnrt, Ky. r I REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS i Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Big Type boar. Will weigh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 and $25. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. Who'll Be Sue? FARMER BOYS' ENCAMPMENT Proud Sons of a Proud State to Occupy Tented City on Kentucky State Fair Grounds I Come to Hardinsburg I 4i j : I L. C. TAUL msurancB r! uiiice I M Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident.'.Health We have the largest graded school in the county. We have the County High School, nine months. We have the largest Catholic parochial school in this We We We We We US' Insurance. Old Reliable Companies g ik 8 FARM BOYS IN CAMP. Fiirni Hoys' Kncnmpmcnt, bers, and where the question of subof the most important ns stitution arises the board will consider us picturesque features of first the pig club boys In the counties that have corn clubs organized. Where the Kentucky State I'nlr, brings to this agricultural and there are no corn clubs or pig clubs organized the board reserves the right live stock celebration a Juvenile repreto appoint substitutes from other counsentative from the I'M counties of the ties. Mate. H. G. Xelsou of Hopkinsville, Ky., is To the boy standing sponsor for his state agent for the Hoys' Corn Clubs, home section the trip Is an eporh and and Otis Kercher of Lexington, Ky., is the honor much coveted and striven state agent for the Hoys' Ilg Clubs, for. Heretofore the eligible boys were anu boys desiring to enter eltner or selected from farm boys between the both of these clubs should Immediateages of fifteen and eighteen years and ly notify the respective agents at the through written competitive examina- above addresses, and upon receipt of tions submitted to a committee com- their names all necessary instructions posed of a member of the State Hoard and rulings will be forwarded them. of Agriculture and of the faculty of The purpose of the Farm Hoys' Enthe Agricultural College. campment at the State Fair Is to exThis year a new ruling requires that tend the educational advantages of the the boy competing for the trip and Fair through the farming districts of consequent honors and pleasures must tlie entire state, and the results growbe a member of either the Hoys' Corn ing from the three former encampClub or the Hoys' I'ig Club of his ments have been highly encouraging. county and must each grow one acre During the week of their stay here the of corn or rale one pig as n mini- boys are guests of the Fair and in mum effort and must keep a dally their "tented city" on the grounds are record of the cost and other data. ' provided with every comfort ns well Boys eligible to this contest must bo as entertained by the wonders of the between the ages of ten and eighteen celebration. The Judging contests to years, and no boy having attended an which they nre eligible are of Incalencampment In nrior years will be con- culable educatlonnl advantage, and the delegates are also taken on sightseeing sidered. No county will bp permitted to enter' excursions to the manufactories and this contest with less than llfteen mem-- show places of the city of Louisville. II TUB I w m We section. are plentifully supplied with churches. have electric lights and will have water works in the near future. moving picture house. have an have NO saloons or blind tigers. have so much good health that our doctors can hardly make both ends meet. have plenty to eat and good homes and a bunch of beautifully located lots on which you can also have good homes. (Address our real estate man, Mr. C. L. Beard, in up-to-da- ozuoiz3lo1oociorz) Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and te Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. oilczioqllollolloiraoEZD, Dr. R, P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office regard to the lots.) Trent & Walls' Linrj Stable In fact, if there is anything that we have not got that is needed to make this the most delightful place in the world to live, just come on and help by becoming one of us and we will get it. A good, plain, common sense community in which to raise your children or to spend the afternoon of life. Prepared to Treat all AnimaCDiseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg,lKy. M, E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG, KY. Opens at 9:30 a. ni. each Sunday, 1 THE WOMAN'S SHOP Unique Market For Feminine Wares at the Kentucky 8 State Fair, Sept. 13-1- COMMERCIAL CLUB Box 144 NEWS OF INTEREST All visitors and strangers are invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. was a larger crowd iu attendance this year than usual. Rev. C. L. Bruing-to- n will have charge of the church for the coming year. Miss Iva Bruner and Mrs. Jesse Shelton, of Parkland, have returned home, after spending several weeks near Custer, the guests of relatives. Mr. Herschel May and Miss Martha Harned attended the musical recital at Harned Friday evening. Miss Bllethia Dowell returned from Louisville Friday. Mrs. Ann Springate, of Rock Haven, accompanied by her son and wife, are visiting relatives here. Miss Harrison, of Louisville, who has been visiting her brothtr, Mr. James Harrison, has returned home. Mr. Tony Penick, who came herefrom Dr. W. A. Superintendent, WALKER, Secretary Jefferson Schoof Law. ALTHOUGH the feminist move- - The idea of the Woman's Shop is new ment Is dally uud more and more universally demonstrating the fact that women are qualified to engage In any pursuit, calling or occupation heretofore Individual to man, It Is not to be inferred that the arts, handicrafts and handiworks heretofore associated solely with the rentier sex are to be neglected. Rather re they to be fostered in accordance with the views of representative women of the state, and In furtherance of this design a Woman's Shop has been Instituted as a feature of the plans for the Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville Sept. This shop will be located In the Wo. man's building on the Fair grounds, but will not be auxiliary to the competitive exhibitions of the Women's Department. Rather, the shop is designed ns a salesroom or "clearing house" for every variety of useful and beautiful article made by womankind, and such products as embroideries, bedspreads, rugs, table covers, pottery, Jewelry, lamp shades, household or garden furniture, baskets, draperies, etc., may be entered free or charge in this shop nnd ticketed at the owner's valuation for a possible sale which will be without any commission charge to Fair management or members in charge. Articles entered for sale in the Woman's Shop are not eligible for competition In the catalogued classes. Articles must bo sent at the owner's risk and will be carefully cared for and returned if unsold at the close of Fair week. 13-1- and Individual to the Kentucky State Fair. It was conceived by Commissioner of Agriculture John W. Newman and enthusiastically Indorsed by the committee In charge, of which Mrs. S. Thruston Hallard Is chairman and the following ladles are members: Mrs. J. A. Mitchell, Howling Green; Mrs. Starling L. Marshall, Henderson; Miss Edna Doltlnger, Louisville; Mrs. Bar- Many People From Run. MR. TONY Returning Home Vacations - - Annual bour Mluuegerode, Louisville; Mrs. Avery Robinson, Louisville; Mrs. Leonard A. Hewett, Louisville; Mrs. Peter Leu Athertou, Louisville; Mrs. Menard Knott, Louisville; Mrs. Itlchard Ernst, Covington; .Mrs. It. V. Halleck, Louisville; Mrs. W. L. Mills. Owensboro; Mrs. George A. Armstrong, Shelby-vlllMrs. Anna Eernberg, Berea; Mrs. Helm Bruce, Louisville; Miss Amanda Itodes, Danville; Mrs. Harry Bishop, Louisville; Mrs. Alfred Brandels, Louisville; .Miss Mary F. Hutchcraft, Paris; Mrs. It. C. Ford, Mlddlesboro; Mrs. Sam Hoyle, Louisville; Mrs. Paul Creel, Louisville, and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Frankfort. Mrs. Thomas .led'erson Smith of Frankfort Is the chairman of a promotion committee which will have representatives In every city und rural district In the state. An especial effort will be made to enlist the Interest of the basket weavers nnd needleworlcers of the mountaius. Only residents of Kentucky are eligible for entry. For entry blanks and further information address communications to Woman's Shop, State Fair offices, Paul Jones building, Louisville, Ky. e; Meeting to be Held at Lost Oklahoma some time ago in very bad COMPLETE TWO YEAH COUKSE, 11 th year oteo jree health, died last Monday morning at end term. Jan. 3. Preuares Oct. 3 for b Mr. all states. Acce?flto2Jcourta&ndllargo the home of his brother-in-law- , Bureau. Tuition libraries. catily payable.ForrHEKcatalOffueand June Woods, of High Plains. candscme 12x11 Duotone Etching of Miss Ella Letha Dowell returned from Tnomu Jefferson ready to frame, write ELLIOTT FENNEBiiKEK, SeCy, LouMIe, Ky. Louisville last Thursday from a 'two weeks visit to her aunt, Miss Cora Woods. The Kingsburys Attend Mr. Perry Skaggs is quite sick at this Exposition at Frisco. time with something on the order of PENICK DIES. Miss Tillie Paul, of Bewleyville, is expected to spent! the week with Mrs. Finnkie Smith. Quite a crowd from here attended services at Freedom Sunday. Theie Star "Sidewheelers" llnest track aud fastest per. In the country will of the trotting aud pacing uvhiiIs for the thirteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, Sept. the greatest exhibitions of the kind In fair history. The entries for the track program closed June 1, with HO contestants listed This number breaks all former records and assures Fair visitors one of the most elaborate as well us high class showings of "sidewheelers" In history The entire list Is made up of the creino de la crenie of trotting aud pacing horseflesh, and among the "cracks" who will compete for honors and try for world's records will he Hugh Miller, the sensational who broke all records last year at tho Kentucky State Fair by trotting a half mile In 2:11. Ham Patterson will Mi be "among those present" Ho 'ii the $1,000 trotting stake last year .' U. t Another star will be Ophelia, to Strive For the great trotting mare who has 'already made U:08w. during tho early part of tills season. Joe H. has "won his spurs" on the fastest half mile tracks In Ohio and Michigan, and Bon-nl- e Hoy llkewlso has proved his class World's Records at Kentucky State Fair THE Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere." The Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,000 miles of wire,' brings millions of people within earshot of your voice. Many thousand of them, living within fifty or a hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. Are you making use of this vast bridge on your farm, in your home or in your business. There's a profit of time, money or convenience for you in the Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Gall or write the manager CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ff JflL V) & TELEGRAPH COMPANY to-da- typhoid fever. We are all sorry to hear of the seri ous illness of Miss Kettle Durbin, of New Albany, Ind. Miss Durbin spent some time with her cousin, Mrs. Frank Dowell, some time ago, and was well liked by all who made her acquaintance. "Save money by buying yoer coal in August." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Mrs. V. W. Smith and Miss Pearl Mattingly were guests of Mrs. James McCoy at Harned Thursday. Mrs. Let hia Dowell, who fell and hurt herself several weeks ago very . badly, Is slowly improving. Ml is Lydia May entertained at dinner Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton and Mrs. Paul Compton, of Hardinsburg, Herschel May, ot Oklahoma City, and the Misses Compton, of Allen, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weathertord and daughter, Miss Bessie B. Weather-for- d, of Harned, were guests of Miss Nannie Board Sunday. "Declaration of war has no effect on coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Rev. G. N. Cundiff has been called to the Cumberland Presbyterian church here for the coming year. Miss Eva Payne, of lrvington, nnd Miss Edith Dowell, of Louisville, visited their aunt, Mrs. D. II. Smith, and grandmother, Mrs. Letha Dowell, last Bt-ll- e Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find one dollar for a year's subscription to The Breckenrldge News, beginning with 14th of July. We arrived here the 15th and had a most delightful trip, saw the exposition in Frisco which was grand. My slater, Mildred, and Mrs. Dunn met us. They all look fine. This is a beautiful country and looks very prosperous. We hope to like here, as yet. we have seen very little of Tnlare, but it Is a clean city and everyone is busy. Best regards to all. Mrs. Allen Kingsbury, i29 W. Tulare St., Tulare, Cal. Other Cloverport friends .have heard from Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury, saying he had, a position, and they are well pleased with their new home. Poultry Parasites. You keep the chicken house clean to keep the parasites off the chickens. You spray to kill germs but what do you do to get the germs and Darasltes inside the chicken. Hens especially show It at moulting time and during1 the witter. How can you expect them to lay? Free them of all Internal para sites by feeding them B. A. Thomas Poultry Powder occasionally. If It doesn't make your hens happy, we will return your money. For sale at Wed ding's Drug1 Store, Cloverport, Ky. three-year-ol- d on the grand circuit. The track events will include two colt tryouts for two and three yeur old trotters with u purse or $500 each. These features are rendered doubly interesting from the fact that thero Is always a possibility of developing another world's wonder llko Ettawah, who made his first uppeariuico as a on the Kentucky Stato Fair track and who has since proved to be the fastest trotter in existence today. The rules of tho National Trotting Association govern tho Kentucky Stato Fulr track events. U. J. Basset of Leltchlleld Is tho member In charge of the Speed Department, and O. R. Van Meter of Lebanon Is the d Monday. The Misses Franks, of Owensboro, are guests of Mrs. J. N. Sanbach. The annual meeting will be held at Lost Run the 5th Sunday in August. Evetybody come and bring lunch, mtet your friends and enjoy the services. Rev. H. C. Truman, of Fordsvllle, is here attending the meeting in progress at Freedom. Laxa-Ma- n KIRK ITEMS. "Save money by buying your coal in August. Heston-Whitwort- h fc Co , Hardinsburg "Declaration of war has no effect on coal " h & Co., Hardinsburg. Heston-Whitwort- Chills, Fever and Malaria -1 y. Cured bv tnkiiur- Mpmlpnlm tl'a fM.ili -For constipation, biliousness, Indih wataaa. gestion, stomach and liver troubles. Tonic, the greatest substitute for qui-- "' Harmless. If not better than calomel nine. Tastes good and children love to" salts, or any laxative you have ever take it. Sold aud guaranteed by Wed used, we pay the money back quick. ding's Drug Store. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. INCORPORATED BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Read the Want Column Want Ad. if you want quick results. a Try CALLED TERM UNION STAR NEWS WARSAW EXODUS WITHOUT PANIC AND PERSONAL NOTES Ireckinridge Fiscal Court Held June 5, 18, 19 and July 2, School Has Opened Protracted 1915. (Continued from la8t week ) 11 OF KSatTLIflMM MEET N CAN TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly ttc this blank in ipncwinp your subscription. I'Iciku cmi iiinio t liu label 011 your paper. If your subscription it due, the Kditor will appreciate payment. AIR Meeting at Shiloh Many Risidents Fled to Moscow In Orderly Manner. Personals of Guests From a Construction of said bridge at said turn, and In accordance wtth aforesaid Distance. plans and specifications and the same MISS HOWARD WEDS. MAJORITY WISHED TO STAY National Farmers' Union Renders Un bclnd submitted to the court, the conselfish Service to Agriculture. tract was signed by the East St. Louis Brldee Company and approved by this Rev. Lemon, assisted by Rev. Sylves court, and thereupon D D Dowell, as ter Barker, of Hurned, Ky., Is holding a Russian Government Gave Free Rail county judge, signed the contract for protracted meeting at Shiloh. By Peter Radford. road Transportation to All Who Breckinridge county, and thereupon a Wanted to Leave, but Only 15 Per George E. Schrleber and two The National Farmers' Union will Mrs. bond was required from said bridge Cent Took Advantage of the Offer. hold Its annual convention In Lincoln Orange, N. J., lire company for the faithful performance aughters, of South Retirement Carefully Planned. Nebraska, on September seventh, and ner sister, airs, rercy ai. of the contract and the said bond Is to guests of year of will round out Mr. Heard nt Hardinsburg. Hundreds of refugees from Warsaw Its activities In the eleventh ot the by the county Beard, and be glved and approved tho Interest Hallle Severs has rett'rned from nro arriving at Moscow dally. Most American plowman. Miss judge. When that con delightful visit to her aunt, Mrs. R. of them nro without money or menns vention Is railed to order every farm In Re Tar Fork Bridge. Repair, Etc. L. Smith and Mr. Smith, of Birming of sustenance and arc seeking it Id nt er in America should pause nnd bow At a former term of this court the ham, Ala. his head In honor of the men gath tho Amerlcnn consulate, where nn en County Road Engineer was directed to Cnrt will return to Vul- - larged start Is attempting to supply ered thero to render a patriotic and Miss Ethel advertise for bids for repairs on Tar pralso, Ind., September 1, to resume temporary nssMnnco pending the or unselfish service to agriculture. That Fork bridge on the Dowling Green her studies. ganization of n Russian relief commis organization, born In tho cotton fields of Texas, has grown until geogrnph road, near Cloverport, Ky., pursuant Icnlly it covers almost the whole ot opened ot this place with sion. to said order bids wore advertised for School has The refugees state that, although the the United States and economically McCoy teacher. population of the Polish capital wns same were received In open Horace and the with every question In which Miss Laura Howard, of Shiloh, anil convinced that the Germans ultimately it deals court on July 2nd, 1015, according to tho welfare of tho men who brre were would occupy the city, a majority of plans and specifications submitted by JenrPL' Me ten. Ot lAJUisvine, their backs to tho summer sun nrc ap involved. the SUt3 Department of Roads and married Thursday evening, July 32, at the citizens elected to remain, only It has battled for a better They will go to proximately 1." per cent having depart marketing system, rural credits, cheap Hardinsburg. Ky. Bridges. 1 near town cd. This ncrotintfl for the comparative money, diversification, scientific pro housekeeping September The bid of Marlon Weathcrholt &c. order mid the absence of panic which duction, agricultural legislation and Mr and Mrs. H. S. Smith (nee accompanied tho exodus. for said repairs at and for the sum of has carried on Its work of education $381.00 was rejected, and the bid of Brook Hall) are spending part ot their When German occupation seemed and In season and out. honeymoon in Indianapolis, Ind. Imminent the government Issued nn Yeager, Lewis and Hardin at and for Tho Farmers' Kducatlonal and Co order that third cfass tickets to any operative Union of America brings the sum of $155.00 for said repairs acpoint In tho Interior of Russia should tho question of organization squarely cording to plans and specifications was bo given free to all citizens desiring to before every farmer In this nation. accepted and approved by this court BACKACHE IS depart. The only condition attached Without organization tho farmers can to the said and the contract awarded by the authorities was that residents neither help themselves nor bo helped Yeager, Lewis and Hardin, of Clover, so leaving would not be allowed to re by others nnd through organization A port, Ky. turn without a special permit. and systematic effort all things are If It appears In the repairing of said possible. Residents Feared Famine. bridge that If other repairs are neces of de The farmers of the United States Cloverport People Should Not Those choosing the alternative would sary tho contractors herein shall at parture foresaw that Warsaw contrlbuto more and got less from once notify the County Road Engineer bo visited with conditions similar to government than nny other class of Neglect Their Kidneys." those Imposed 011 JjoAt. and that the business. They havu better securities to that effect and he is authorized to town would bo cut off from the interior and pay a higher rate of interest further contract for such repairs, if he Backache is often nature's most of Russia, whence all provisions wero than any other line of Industry. They deems same necessary and he is author frequent signal 01 weauened Kiuneys obtainable, and that Warsaw would market moro products and have less Ized to pay for same at prices to be aches, to re suffer from famine. to say In fixing tho prico than an agreed uuon. The contractors herein io cure the pains and Tho refugees cotiip.ire the orderly and other business and thoy get mor"1 move tne lameness wnen 11 arises to give bond forthe faith city are required from weakened kidneys, you must systematic abandonment of the Ger political buncombe and less construc ful performance of said contract, and panic caused by the Hist with tive legislation than any other class reach the cause the kidneys. If yon man tho approach last October, when nn of people. Tho farmers can only acalso said bond is to cover any damages ,paln through the small of your nttcmpt of have the city oftlcJnK institutions quire such Influence in business, in that might accrue to the bridge as a back, urinary disorders, headaches. and private citizens to all bolt at once government nnd In economics as will whole cause by the work done on said dizzy spells, or arc nervous and do resulted In Indescribable confusion. enable them to share equitably the repairing, and the said contractors art! treating the kidneys Tho retirement this time was so care fruits of their labor through organiza in tho pressed, start hereby required to give bond systematically ex. tion and every farmer on American fully planned and so with a tested kidney remedy. sum of $2,500.00 to cover any loss that soil who desires to help himself and Pills have been edited that It went off like clockwork Doan's Kidney faithful perform Impres might accrue for the his fellow plowmen rally should proved good and are especially for and an onlooker received the sion that a no more extraordinary phe around the Union. ancc of this contract, the same to be Doan's have been weak kidneys. nomenon was occurring than the ordl approved by the county judge. used in kidney trouble for over 50 nary summer exodus. Sulllclcnt extra Bridge at years. Read Cloverport testimony. Branch In Re Murray trains had been provided so that trav Cloverport, Repair, Etc. J B. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, cling conditions on the whole differed POLITICAL GOSSIPS n IT h.d ,rnll a t .iti uranv little from normal. At a former term of this court the Provision Tickets Unnecessary. County Koad Engineer was directed to neys, together with pains across inc An unusual feature of the present advertise for bids for repairs on the small of my back and through my When ono class of people has any Murray Branch bridge at Cloverport, sides. Doan's Kidney Pills quickly nbandoment of the city was the fact thing to say, It has becomo largely according to plans and specifica cured me and In return, I highly rec that provision tickets were made un the custom to mako a political Issue Ky., necessary. out of It Instead of a friendly discus tions furnished by the State Depart ommend them." The bulk of the refugees traveled on slon, to print It in a law book instead Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ment of Roads and Bridges, and on foot or with wagons along the high July 2nd, 1915, bids were received and simply ask for a kidney remedy get ways. Most or the refugees wero un ol a newspaper and to arguo It be Doan's Kidney Pills the same that able to proceed southward and to Kiev, foro a jury Instead of to settle It in opened for said work. Foster Mllburn Co, and, finding the railway to Una mo the higher courts of Common Sense, The bid of Yeager, Lewis and Har Mr. Strong had. As n result, political agitators, polit Buffalo, N. Y. nopolized for military puriioses. they ical lawyers, political preachers and din, and also the bid of Marlon Weath- - Props., took the Hue to the east, temporarily masculine women aro powerful In erholt &c. were rejected by the court, and the bid of B. M. Elkins, of Hard, In Re Grain Weigher, Inspector and crowding Moscow, Vlndova and Brest politics and dissension, selfishness. In Many of these lost their tolerance and hysterics run rampant Litovsk. Register For McQuady drain lnsburg, Ky., for said work was ac. homes In the outlying portions of War in public affairs, for when tho low, Warehouse Company. cepted by the court, at and for the sum saw, the destruction of which became damp, murky atmosphere of misun ot $129 90, and the contract was On motion duly made by Esq. D. U. n military necessity. derstanding envelops public thought B. M. Elkins at Heron, seconded by Esq.C. E. Robbins, awarded to the said All the territory Immediately to the It breeds political reptiles, vermin the aforesaid price. that James P. Kennedy, of Hardins- west of Warsaw, containing large fac bugs and lice which tho pure air of If it appeals in the repairing of said burg, Kentucky, be made Grain In tories. Polish estates and peasant; truth and the sunshine of understand bridge that other repairs are necessary, sprctor, Weigher and Registrar forthe dwellings, now present blackened and ing will choke to death. Wo have too many the contractor herein shall at once McQuady Grain Warehouse Company, uninhabitable areas. Care had been taken that no subur Interpreters of industry who are in notify the County Koad Engineer to located at McQuady, Kentucky, at a factories should fall Into tho hands that effect and he Is authorized to fur salary of ten cents per 1 hundred banthe Germans and be converted to capable of grasping tho fundamental of principles of business and who nt best he bushels, the same to be paid by the ther contract for such repairs, if their use. Chief among those destroy can only translate gossip and add deems same necessary, and is author consignee of such grain to said Ware ed was the $1,000,000 sugar factory be color to sensational stories. No busi ized to pay for same at prices to be house Company; and his bond as such longing to a Polish lawyer. Eugene ness can stand upon error and might Weigher, Inspector and Registrar be Karaluk. with more than 2.000 tons of rules right or wrong. No industry agreed upon. can thrive upon misunderstanding. The contractor herein Is required to fixed at Five Hundred ($500.00) Do- sugar. The factories In the city itself, al for public opinion Is more powerful give bond for the faithful performance llars, said motion was earrled unanithough abandoned, had not yet been than a King's sword. of his duty in performing this contract mously and said James P. Kennedy Is and prejudice, suspicion When appointed under the law for the destroyed when the refugees left the la a sum to be approved by the county hereby class hatred prevail, power gravitates term of two years from this date, or capital. judge. Into tho hands of tho weak, for dema until his successor is appointed and In Re Purchasing Road Roller For qualified, and he will execute bond in SOLDIERS SMITTEN BY BEES cogues thrive upon dissension and statesmen sicken upon strife. Breckinridge County. the name of the Commonwealth of Thinking They Have Been Struck by Tho remedy lies In eliminating tho On motion of Esq. D. C. Heron Kentucky, for said sum, with good Shells, They Fall. tho political gossip and middleman seconded by Esq. C. E. Robbins it is surety to be approved by the county this result can bo accomplished by Tho Third regiment, Kentucky 11a ordered that the County Road Engi judge. tlonnl guard, met a dectslvo defeat In tho managers of business sitting It is ordered by tho court that the tho battlo of Bon Hnrbor, the nttacking around the tablo of industry and talkneer. W. W. Baxter and V. C. Heron Inter be appointed as a committee to invest! following Justices of the Peace be al nrmy being made up of tho l irst and inn it over with tho people. Tho defeat was change of information between Indus Second regiments. gate the price of Koad Rollers, and lowed their per diem. brought about by the use of automo tries and tho people Is as necessary they as a committee will report to this D. C. Heron, 1 day, $3.00. biles by members of the Louisville reg to success In business as Interchange Abe Bennett, 1 day, $3.00. some future term of this court court at iment, who reached tho front before In commodities, for tho people can Robbins, I day. $3.00. C. E. their acts herein, and the County the Third realized that tho machines only rulo when tho public under W. W. Baxter, 1 day, $3.00. Road Engineer Is ordered and directed contnlned soldiers. stands. Away with political interpret During the battlo several of tho sol ers who summon evil spirits from J. J. Keenan, 1 day, $3.00. to advertise for bids for a ten ton S. D. Cox, 1 day, $3.00. dlers thought that they had been hit their prison cells and loose them to Roller and said bids when received are prey upon tho welfare of the people Ou motion duly made, seconded and by shells mid fell to the ground. .Mem to be submitted to this court for the! hers of tho hospital corps examined in tho namo of "My Country. carried court adjourned finally. rejection or approval. tho woundn nnd discovered that the D. D. Dowell, J. B. C. This day came the County Road men had been stung by buinblcliees, Engineer and reported that the con Chamberlain's ditlon of the Clover Creek Church Recommends BORROWED A MALLET. PHILIP bridge and the Clifton Mills bridge are Colic, Cholera and Diar both In need of repairing, It is hereby And Went Over to the Enemy's Trench rhoea Remedy. Plillln tho Macedonian king, while ordered bv the court that the said es For It. drowsy with wine was trying a case County Koad Engineer proceed to re Ono of our men In the trenches, snyi recommend "I never hesitate to prisoner after sentence was uair said bridges as appears to him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a London paper, was ordered to ham and tho oxclalmcd, "1 appeal. post which supported some pronounced, In necessary for the safety of the travel Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol Wll raer Inbecomo "And to whom do you appeal?" and had lag public. "I sell wire eiitnnglements that there was no quired tho astonished monarch. "I Hams, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. loosened. Plndlng On motion duly made, seconded and more of it than any other preparations hammer, the man coolly walked across, appeal from rhlllp drunk to Philip carried, it Is ordered that D, D. Dowoll of like character. I have used It my to tho neatest tieiieh of the enemy and sober,'' replied tho prisoner, and the King granted tho request and at a reCounty Judge of Breckinridge county self and found It gave 1110 more relief nuked to be lent hammer or mallet Evidently surprised and pleased at hearing gavo the prisoner his liberty. be and he is hereby appointed a com than anvthlng else I have ever tried Tho pooplo drowsy with tho wine of Obtainable tho coutago of the man, one of tho mltteo of one, to purchase the revised for the same purpose." German soldiers handed him a mallet discord ofttlmos pronounce a verdict copy of the Kentucky Statutes for th everywhere. nnd tho post having been straightened on public questions which they reverse County Attorney and the county clerk'i tholr raor calm and deliberate mothe man walked back to the office, same to be paid for out of the Try our Want or For Sale and llxed. trench, returned the mallet in ments. Tho noxt best thing to luako-In- g German General Expense Fund of the levy of no mistakes is to correct thorn. and calmly rejoined his companion. results. 11 11 . PLOWMEN RENEWAL ORDER THE HRKCKKN'HIDGE NEWS, Ky. Enclo.-c- d find $ , which apply to my sub- scription account. Name AumiKss, IQJTTTiU HUGHES' CHILL TONIC lPALATAIII.ni Belter Than Calomel and Quinine. As well ns a Remedy (Contains no Arsenic) EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Fever for Chills and l ever. Malarial Fevers and Bilious Just what m need .it this season Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Try It. Don't Take Any Substitute. Robinson IPettet Company -- i'ui:i'Aiii:i) n y Inrnrtioraicd At Orunnlsls, GOc and $ 1.00 Bottle LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY R.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ? : S:';"pV. Al""YnW.!v?nr,,,'t Irvlngton, Ky. 0 V V X V Stock Hogs Lost or Strayed From our farms near Hardinsburg 17 ewes. Any information about them or their return will be re- warded x ? tf Hardinsburg, 'v .... 'v" y& V f 'es t Kentucky -y? tup ivy IK Hampshire Bucks For Sale! Wc lmvo several yearling bucks for sale at $15.00 each. our 1500 lb. State Fair Winner. W. Sired ly R. MOORMAN & SON, ::: Glen Dean, Ky. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers day to spend ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meador. "Declaration of war has no effect on coal." Hestou, Whitwortli & Co. Mrs. W. A. Haynesand two children, Strother and Margaret Lou, of Columbia, will arrive this week to visit friends. Rev. Duncan returned Saturday from Custer, where he hail been iu a meeting since July 26. Rev. Shipp will fill his appointment here August l and I5. BIG SPRING. Miss Mary Herron, of Irvitiglou, and quests, .Misses Stein and Klizabcth Woods, of Louisville, and Iletsy Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent a few hours here I'riday. They brought their lunch and ate under the shade of the tree that stands in three counties, Meade, Hardin and lircckenridge Mrs. Van Nelson spent n few days at Irvingtou last week, The Clerk Guaranteed It. .J91B. column for quick Mrs. Mollie .Moorman has returned "A customer came into my store the from a visit to her sou, Raymond, and other day and said to one of the clerks, wife, ot Louisville. 'have you anything that will cure II. S. Clarksou and I'ielding Clarksou dlarrhoeaV" and my clerk went and got were in Hardinsburg a few days last him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and w eek. said to him, 'If this does not cure you, Horn to the wife of Luther l'arrow, I will not charge you a cent for it.' August 6, a daughter. So he took It home and came back lu a "Save money by buying your coal iu day or two and said he was cured," Heston, Whitwortli & Co. August writes J. II. Harry .t Co., Salt Creek, R S. Dowell and Jack Miller were iu Va. Obtainable everywhere. Louisville last week selling tobacco. Church Beautified. Jucob Vogt, Henry Vogt, Misses Stella and Lillian Vogt and Girlie Kel The Methodist church, South, at ler, of Jeffersoutowu, were recent guests Hardinsburg, was recently overhauled, of his daughter, Mrs. C. 1). Witt. repainted, flat coated and put in perfect Mr, and Mrs, T. C. Williams and order. Lee Ilishop, of that city, was the daughters, of Louisville, arrived Satur contractor. GUESTS NUMEROUS Have The Little One Photographed FORJ1GTON Many Cdme From Distant States Morrisons Have a Family Reunion. ICE CREAM SUPPER Mis Mr. Brabandt, the photographer, will be prepared to make photographs on the picnic grounds, tomorrow, August 12th, at the St. Rose Barbecue. Ileau-cliam- Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE inr Tlfrn1F 43 Years? 1 AT THE OLD RELIABLE p l'cnrl McCl.iiti, of MorganficUl, Misses Margaret and Thelitis Is the unc-s- t of Miss Kula Neafus. returned to Leitchficld Monday. STEPHENSPORT NEWS Cicoruc Huff left I'riday for Denver, Mrs. Murphy and children of Pords-vill- e Colorado. are guests of Mr and Mrs. James AND SOCIAL NOTES Save money liy buying your coal in Iloliu. 5c ComAugust. Ileston, Whitworth Get a better grade of coal for less pany. Ileston, Whitworth Home-Comemoney in August. Makes the Town I.con Lewis, of Louisville spent the & Co. Live With Entertaining, Pleasweek end at the home of Miss Iiva 'Phone McGlothlan & Son for any in Hardwnre and Furn thing you want ant Meetings and Reviving Mrs Kichanl Sipes and children left iture. Old Associations. Monday for Walters. Oklahoma, to visit For a Sprained Ankle. Mrs. Walter Simmons. a bottle of Chamber READY McsdAiiies Ilallie Ncnfus, Frank WagIf you will FAIR. FOR COUNTY goner and MisstCatharinc McOhee gave lain's Liniment and observe the dl faithfully, a social Tuesday afternoon for the benefit rections given therewith Miss Settle Mae Uuser, of Owensboro, of the llaptist church. you will recover in much less time than is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Miiwe Oola Wedding and Ivn Jones, is usually required. Obtainable every Tluus. I'onWville have returned home after a where. Mrs, Cooker and Miss Tillie Blitz, of with .Mr. and Mrs. Manuel llrooks. vU Louisville, spent a tew duys l.ut week LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner, Mr. with their sister, Mrs, W. J. Schopp. and Mrs. Henry Kendall, Misses Sue Rev. W. B. Arnold left Thursday for Bamly Kiiubeth Cain, Mary Henry, Miss Sadie and Aliene Colon of Louis Klngswood to attend the camp meeting. IMith Dowell, Huth Marshall, Dr W. II. ville, visited Mrs. Ida Nottingham. Mrs. Lee, of Louisville, veiled her Taylor, llion Cook, Wilbur Parks,. Lewis Mrs. Iiliza Warner and son Kenneth, lieutiett Moreiuuu and Leslie Jones of Louisville, were the week end guests aunt, Mrs. Wm. Gilbert, Wttinesday and Thursday. motored to llnindenburg Tuesday evening of Mrs. Ida Nottingham ami attended "Amy of the Circus." Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Blainu and chiland daughter, Mrs. A. M. Hardin Mrs Will Ge.itiug, of Oxford, Ohio, Mary Alice and Mrs. Wallace Parks dren, of Lakeland, Florida, after a has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Al- visited Mr and Mrs. W. H. Hardin, of week's visit to her parents in Irviugton, t arrived here Saturday for a few weeks bert Sehimllcr. Owensboro. Kvcrett Ashcraft returueil to Declterd of visit. Mrs. L C. Laugford and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell left last Tennessee, Saturday. Louisville, visited Mrs. Langford's par Tuesday for a month's vacationj'he, I'orCo.il Market see ad. of Ileston, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Soniuiers. going to Washington; she, to Texas to Whitworth & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson spent the and at- visit her parents and relatives. Miss Gucdry llramlcttc left Saturday week end visiting at Patesville Miss Bernice Alii, of Evansville, is for Mt. Vernon, Indiana, to attend a tended the Blackford Association. visiting Miss Esther Payne. house party at her uncle's, I)r C, II. Mrs. Klmer and sister. Miss Nell Ad- 1'ullenwider. Mrs. R. N Vaughn and daughter. kisson, of Owensboro, after visiting their Mrs. .Margaret Chamberlain has re- sister at Hodgensville, stopped at Lodi- - Miss Esther, of Lexington, are the turueil from Chardon, Ohio, burg and spent a few days with their pleasant visitors of Mrs. S. H. Dix. Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Shively were in Mrs A. T. Adkius ami children have uncle. Mr, and Mrs Win. Head. returned from Mooleyville- Mrs. l'aytou llasham, of Albany, Mo., Louisville last week. Returning, mak ing the round trip to Kvansville by Misses Kathleen and Gertrude Morgan visited her old home last Sunday. It was her first visit there for more than bout, their daughter, Henrietta, joln- returned to lmisvillc Saturday after a It is now owned by Hen ng them. eighteen years visit with .Miss Julia Lyon. Harrison. Mr. J. R. McMilleu, of Evansville, The School Improvement League will Mrs M. 15 Avittand two diughters, who has been spending the summer give an ice cre.im supper Thursday evening ou Mrs. Hoard's lawn. Kveryone of Seattle, Washington, recently visited here, was culled home on account of sickness iu his family. is cordially invited. J. H. Avitt and friends. Mrs. Leluh McCubbins, of Hardins- 11. C. Argabright and Mrs. Oscar Walter Ivcwis, of Lexington, is the Mrs. guest of Lewis Ileriidon. French celebrated their birthday Tues- burg, is the guest of Mrs. M, A. Mc MiG.othl.tn & hue hae a nice line of day, July 2lth at the home of Mrs. Cubbins. French, it being both of their birthdays. Mrs. Dell Miller spent the week end paint-- , 'i'noue j out .ints. was sixty and Mrs. with relatives in Rome, Ind. Will Coniff returned to Louisville Mrs. Argabright French was forty three years of age. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Blaine and chil Tuesday. Save money by buying your coal in dren, of Lakeland, Florida, are here Misses With and Dorothy Dowell reIleston, Whitworth & Co., for n few weeks. turned to Ioiii.svillc Thursday, having August Hardiusburg. Miss Marion Dix is visiting Mrs. been the guests of Miss Iiva I'ayne. Frank Ferry iu Cloverport. Wilbur liright, Lewisport, has been For Cuts and Sores. visiting Virgil and P'red lirite. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Brown returned Miss Grace McCoy, of Ujiion Star, is Karris Healing Kemedy comes in Sunday from n few days visit at Mystic. visiting Mrs Julius Sippel. Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Shively have re concentrated form. To It you add a pint of linseed oil. If you want a heal- turned from Louisville, making the Miss IJva Schindler, of Louisville, Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. ing oil, or a pound of lard or vaseline round trip on the boat to Evansville. if you want a salve. We guaranteed and Mrs Albert Schindler. Mr. W J. Schopp was in Louisville you a full pint of bet- several days last week on business. J M. Mixld and Miss Iieulah Mudd, of that this makes Miss Etta' English came from Dawson Louisville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ter healing medicine than anything you ever used no matter what the Springs Thursday to visit her brother, Karl lleiinett. price. Why should you pay medicine Rev. H. S. English, at Amnions. A family reunion was held at the home fer simple oil or lard or vaselof Mr. and .Mrs. Jake Morrison Sunday. prices Miss Henrietta Shively is visiting ine';1 For sale at Wedding's Drug Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry friends in Owensboro and Troy, Ind, Store, Cloverport, Ky. Morrison and children, of Louisville, "Declaration of war has no effect on Mr. Clyde Morrison and family, of Clo. coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Letter From Home Man. verport. Misses Sadie and Alene Cohen spent Dear Mr. Uabbage: Mr. and Mrs. I'red Ssndenwater are tlw week end with Miss Ida, Notting Enclosed please find chee for $1.00 ham at Lodiburg. visiting friends in Mattoou, III. for which please .send The Hreckenridge Mrs. R. W. Vaughn and daughter, .Mrs. John Holland and Rev. Miram News to me at this address forone year. Miss Ksther, of Lexington, who have Willelt left Monday for Shelbyville. Possibly you would like to hear some- been the guests of Mrs. Sam H. Dix for A little girl arrived at the home of Mr thing about this little city of fifty thous the past week, has gone to Cloverport. and Mrs Heischel Kirk Saturday, and people. First, we have the largest Mr. Taylor Scott, of Hardinsburg, factory in the world, except the Baldwin and Krupp factories. It is the has been spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. Mary T. I'ayne. Huick t: largest Motor Company, and is the Mr. Wm. Gilbert, ufter a week's visit automobile factory in the world. It has an annual output of 40,000 cars, home, returned to Eddyville Wednesand when you udd to this Is 000 "Chev day. at the rolet" care, ."i.OOO "Monroe," 5,000 Mrs. Anna Dickman and daughter, "Durt" and ."i.OOO "1'aterson," you will Mrs. Smith, und children, of Sample, see there are 70,000 automobiles mudo huve been the guests of relatives here in this little city every year, or about the past week. (Slavery wotkiug day. Iu numbers Mrs. Henry Jarboe and daughter, ,,,, HM rrmrun-.w.--riK thi;. doesn't compare witli the ,'100,000 Celia, are spending the week here with mauu by Pord last veur, but if you will friendc, gj When in iuu uuo ui iny Mi uiu uuuve uaiueu ears Mr. and Mr-- . Uodfrey Haswell, who up by the side of a "Ford" you will unI have been visiting Mrs. Haswell's derstand why the annual output of the .jffeflffli mother, Mrs. M. A.. McCubbins, reUulck Motor Company exceeds ty sevturned to their home in Hardinsburg eral million dollars that of the Ford Thur.sduy. Company. The Uulck factories here "Save money by buying your coal In could tmploy every man In Breckinridge county and then be short about August " Heston, Whitworth & Co. :i 5OO men. But I urn not workinir for the Buick and am not boosting their ears. The Chevrolet "Baby Urn ml" Dispondency Due to Indigestion. Good Rooms for $1 a Day has them all skinned a block and we "About three mouths ago, wheu I could sell ten times as many of them as was suffering from Indigestion which we are able to nuke. We ore getting ulong fine here, but caused headache and dizzy spells and Fine Dining Room with Excellent would like to see nil the people down made mo feel tired and despondent, I Service and Low Prices there. The Cunningham boys uiu here began taking Chamberlain's Tablots," with us and wo go fishing every Saturday. The country is full of lakes and writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y. the lakes are full of list, and It Is great "This medicine proved to be the very thing I needed, as one day's treatment sport to fish wheu you can catch fish Meets Trains Free Auto-BI used two botMrs. Jolly and the bos join me In relieved me greatly. best regards to you all. tles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they Turkish and Electric Baths Very truly yours, rid me of this trouble." Obtainable rs Car-riga- u. Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. U inr ni( mi fllt ini ilf! WE'LL SEE YOU AT THE W et August 18, 19, and 20, 1915 Hardinsburg Ky. THIS IS THE GREATEST EVENT OF THE YEAR and owing to the splendid crop conditions this will be a greater fair than usual. Home-Comin- g FAIR Day, August 18th ng . and a glorious good time. This the first day, a glorious hand-shakifair is an institution that should received your every effort and and folks away can gather It is a time and place where home-folto exchange their social regards; to display their agricultural and industrial products and to prove to the world that BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY is not still at the bottom of ladder of progress, but is gaining an admirable position at the TOP. on. ks D Our Display is of Interest to All grand opportunity to inspect demonstrated to you the most practical and Mr. Farmer: Farm Machinery. You will have a have o D and up-to-d- ate n VhOfl V Is invited to make our display under the South end of the Grand Stand your place of recreation and joyment; it is an ideal place of entertainment. When worried come to our display and rest. Enjoy the fair by making our display your headquarters. en-"l- Xr Don't let this opportunity to see a great Live Stock and Agricultural Display pass. It will be a treat to see what other folks are doing; it will stimulate your enthusiasm. COVIE. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. STOP Gait House C ' f trill o Europe an Plan Wo havQ for sale now are cheaper than they were a year ago. Wo aro making special prices and tonus for all ordors booked in the month of AugUbt. l'lcaso bear in mind that tho coal which is mined in tho months of .luly and August is much bettor than that which is mined later, when tho mines aro rushed with winter '"Ituwh Ordors." War Declared! COAL In Europe about u yeur ago. Sinco thnt time almost ever' necessity to lifo hue advanced in price. However the different grades of 1 I PLEASE GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW Thereby saving monoy and securing bottor coal. Just think of itl Ask for prices and tortus on tho various grades which wo havo to oiler. .Just any kind that you want and will nood. Cumb. Phone Uo IIUOIUII, AfU;nmnlU X. Pn fVllllWUIUI UC UU. Hardinsburg, Ky. us WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS 530 McCieery L. II. JOLLY, Street, Flint, Mich. everywhere. Read Your Home Paper i Use The News' Want Column