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The Breckenridge news: August 18, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915081801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 18, 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 f.f FIT TO PRINT. 8 . ... VOL. XL CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1915. .. . Pages No. 7 "" -- ... "" 11 T HUNDREDS AMNIONS WILL MEN AND CAR To the Voters of Breckenridge County. MRS. R.M. CRENSHAW ENJOY AN IDEAL DAY Lib- ENTERTAIN BAPTISTS AssociaU. GOOVER BANK Barbecue Day ously No One Seri- DEADM Months Sometime. YEARS Entertaining Program From Start to Fnish eral Spenders Cabinet. BARBECUE LARGEST EVENT OF THE Breckenridge County tion Will Dennie Sheeran Gets Kitchen SOCIAL SUMMER. Meet Next Week M. Injured CAR Miraculous Leaves Husband and Ten Grown Children Illness of Six Death Expected For ThursdayW. Meet Jointly. EXCELLENT plates given by Mrs. Weisenterg. Mr. Noel will get She is eighty-one- . The Breckenridge News until he is IM. He was the oldest man. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powers brought ten children and got the $2.50 worth of groceries given by Gibson Bros, for the largest family. None of the children were grown and the parents were not K. Will Escape of Death Experienced. MR. HOOK'S WRECKED. I stove and kitchen cabinet contest a Harned August 10. success. The services began at 10 a. m. and lasted until 3:45 P- - ni. A one minute One young woman brought a ten talk was given by each delegate present. dollar bill to.spend and her friends got Among those on the program were as the pleasure of it. It is said about follows: Robert Weatherford, Mrs. J. 31,300 was taken in at the barbecue and A. Sandbach, Mrs. W. D." Smith, F. lamp. May, Herbert Hall, Mrs. L. C. Bruing-tosome over $500 cleared. G. A. Wright. Chastine Kennison, The youngest walking; baby is Nancy Edith Bearaer, the fourteen months' J. Whltworth, Miss Eva Carrigan and old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Beamer. The barbecue dance given in Oelze's VV. T. Gregory. Today she has a $5 certificate drawing Hall Thursday night by the young men The day was enjoyed by all. Interest at 4 per cent at the Bank of of Cloverport was largely attended. Cloverport. The patronesses were Mrs. Frank A Contented Man. IRVINBAILEY Miss Louise Babbage found the mysMrs. Emma Skillman and Miss n terious man and was given $5 by the Elizabetr. Skillman. A number f Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find Miss Virginia Breckenridge Bank. guests were present. check for one dollar for The BreckenOf Cannelton, Passes Away McGavock shared half as they had a ridge News. If you are still sending it Mr. Edmondson partnership hunt. With Paralysis on to Route 1, Box 46, Hardinsburg, Ky., Stricken Rev. J. F. Knue, J. M. O'Brien, was "the man of mystery. please change it the address below. Charles L. Miller and J. M. Powers Way to Picnic Died at Home Please send me last week's copy, as I Many Small Boys Attend. were among the visltorsfrom McQuady. want to get in line with the fair. of a Friend. The number ot small boys at the barMr. and Mrs. Eugene Elder were I located here lust February. Like becue would have made a regiment. here from Richmond, Ky. the city alright. Plenty of work to do It was a grand sight to see them when Irvln Bailey, of Cannelton, Ind., at good wages, notwithstanding a Lee Walls, Democratic candidate, they gathered by the dozens on the hill Paul Basham, Republican candidate p3ssed quietly away at 8:30 Friday Democratic administration, the war to watch the boys' 5O yard dash which for circuit clerk, and J. O. Hook, Dem- evening at the home of Fritz Taber-lln- g and all that kind of stuff. All kinds of was won by William Perkins. The ocratic candidate for Representative on the hill. His remains were business seems to be improving nnd prize was a set of baseball goods from taken to Cannelton for burial. Every with a bumper wheat and corn crop In were on the grounds. M. Weatherholt. thing that human hands can do was sight; a strong bunch of Democrats on Cliff Haddock, Clint Adkisson and The capital prize was won by Dennie done to alleviate suffering, and much the ticket for November; at peace at Crawford Beauchamp, of Webster, were Sheeran, of Hardinsburg. Mr. Sheewas extended to the dls home and abroad, and having all these Mr. Beauchamp remained over sympathy ran held the number 3!, which drew here. tressed family. things and more to enjoy, a man should the kitchen cabinet from M. Hamman to visit relatives in town. Mr. Uailey, with his three daugh- thank God for living in the Untied & Sons. Dennie Sheeran was the best pleased ters, Mrs. Bradley McCoal, Mrs. Otto States and especially in Kentucky. So Mrs. F. M. Tilford, the mother of man on the grounds when he drew the King and Mrs, Jess Weatherholt, came here is to Stanley and the entire ticket. Mrs. James Arnold, was the oldest kitchen cabinet. from Cannelton Thursday to attend the Yours very truly, woman present, winning the dinner Continued on page 6 Just before reaching picnic here. R. T. COOMES. Cloverport, Mr. Bailey was taken Routu 2, Box 5S, Berry Boulevard, sick. He was subject to. such spells Louisville, Ky. aud the family thought he would be better in a short time. Fine Livery Service. Hs was taken to the home of Fritz GET BUSY AND INVESTIGATE Pierce Brothers hiva started a splen Taberling, an acquaintance, and at one time a neighbor of his. Instead of did livery service for Cloverport, getting better he grew worse, and Dr. Allen Pierce Is manager and the travel His ing public is delighted with the con F. Li- Lightfoot wag summoned. condition became critical and other veyances, teams and horses he furn members of the family were notified. ishes. Mr. Pierce is getting a good He was Anally stricken with paralysis, patronage. after which he soon passed away. Tliomas: Mother is sick today, and I'll have to cook supTen Dollars Given Away. per and we always have supper at 5 o'clock; Brown's Sanitary Restaurant second Taking Vacation. Joe, Jr., may I go home now ! Thursday, August 5, Dear Mr. Babbage: I notice that my contest closed You cook supper? How do you manage about Teacher. F, subscription and also that of my moth The prize, $5, was won by Mrs. T. the bread? Sawyer, Mrs, John Cooper, Miss Louise er, Mrs. Alice Weatherholt, have ex Lightfoot. and Dr. Chas. Thomas:- - Oh, that's oasy: you sco wo use McQuady Milling pired. So I guess I had better send in Babbage makes $10 given away by Mr. Company's Flour and just any little follow couple dollars to keep on the safe side, This ' could make bread out of that. as I do not want to miss a single copy. Brown. It's just like receiving a letter from Teacher. Thomas, how much does tho McQuady Milling Notice. Company pu'y you to boost their Hour and Feed? home, only it gets here almost every The committee in charge of the Thursday, rain or shine (it has been Thomas: Nothing, but they simply nut out tho goods und mostly rain lately) and the letters seem picnic given by the members of St. I just can't keep from tolling tho boys and girls to be a month or two late some times. Rose church, desires to thank publicly about it. We have a fine prospect for corn Mr. A. B. Skillman for the use of his here. The wheat, oats and hay got Write us for prices ideal grounds, Mr. Emmet Edmondson damaged by rain quite a bit. We Pay the Freight on 400 lbs. or more to your station. invaluable While I think about it, send some one for his services, up Joe the donors of the prizes, the up the river and wake Mulhatton. local Masonic fraternity for giving the I remain, yours truly, benefit of their experience in former Wm. Weatherholt, barbecues, and all who, in any way, Mowequa, III, McQUADY, KY. helped to make the event a social Read Your Home Paper and financial success. lf barbecue given The Cloverport Thursday at Skillman's Grove by the St. Rose congregation of this city was attended by 2,500 people, including the many fine children who got to have the time of their youth. The grove was like a beautiful park with the hillside as and the ravine running a Under the trees through the valley. were booths, the band stand, the din ning room and the The program began at an early hour and was under the direction of Eramett Every contest was diKdmondson. rected by Mr. Edmondson. His enthusiasm and dramatic talent added lively interest to the announcements of the day. Serving the dinner began at an early hour. The delightful day, not too hot nor too cool, created an appetite and the people certainly enjoyed the bar becued meats and fried chicken. Among the dinner guests were people from Hardinsburg, Hawesville, Irving-to- n and Louisville. Good Time For All. While the band played, the crowd mingled, took in all the amusements and occasionally made trips back and forth down town. The automobile service was on all day. Six small was great. The shoe-huboys put their shoes in a barrell and all tried at the same time to get their own out to put on again. Ralph Sims was the first and won the prize, one-habarrell of Blue Ribbon flour. Sims' determination to win attracted keenest attention The fattest woman is Miss Bernice Kinder. She weighs 248 pounds. J. H, Brown gave the prize, a parlor, back-groun- d merry-go-rounnt DAYS PLANNED. Russell Hook, Randall Weatherholt, Amell I'ate and Robert Curtis were the the young men in the automobile that rolled over Morton's bank, across from Solbrig's residence in this city Thursday afternoon. Mr. Hook was driving the $1,200 JefTerles car of his father.JelT Hook, and turned It to the right of the street to let a bus pass. The ground was soft and the bank gave way. The car rolled over the bank three times and the fourth time it stopped in Mr. Henry Morton's corn field. The young men escaped' without serious injuries. The car was badly damaged and taken to Sawyer's machine shop and repaired. Branson Elklns and Tom Driskell, of Hardtnsbnrg, who are working on Skillman's bridge , assisted Mr. Sawyer and the car was in shape by seven o'clock for a return trip over the pike. FUNERAL HELD THURSDAY. The Breckenridge County Baptist Association meets at Ammons August 25 and 26. The session will be held in the English Baptist church and the people of Amnions and the community will entertain the visitors. Kev. H. J. Blackburn and W. II. Dutschkc write that those going must old. The Big Ben clock went from Oelze's store to Byron Beaqchamp. Other Contests Won. Henry Johnson, the tallest man, got the hat from F. Fraize. R. 1'. Craven won the traveling bag from Quiggins & Beavlns in the race on all fours. Elise May got a hat from Miss Evelyn Hicks, winning the little girls' ball content. R. F. Craven won the shoes from Slppel's and a half barrel of flour from Star Roller Mills in two races. Miss Emily Reid won three dollar toilet combination from Wedding's, winning the ladies' ball throwing contest. Hazel Maples won the girls' race, a hat from Mrs. Cordrey's. The candy eating contest prize $5 worth of dental work by Dr. Buucum was won by Michael Latest newly weds were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Price. get olT 'at Stephcnsport, where are made to convey the people to Ammons. Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, writes the following: 'Miss Emma Leachman, ot Louisville, will meet with the women of the W. M. U. at Ammons at their annual meeting. Every president in the Breckenridge Association and as many members as can be there arc earnestly asked to attend and help make this the best meeting we have ever had." L Sunday School Convention Held At At INSURANCE MEET Irvington Elects Year. The policy holders of the Planters' Insurance Company of Breckenridge and Meade counties, Ky., met in annual session at the college in Irvington on Thursday, August 5. All of the old officers were reelected: President, A. J. Thompson, of Guston; Asia Hardin, of treasurer, J. Will Brown, of Guston; secretary, Chas. H. Drury, of Irvington. The next meeting of the Farmers' Insurance Company will be held in Irvington, Ky., on the first Thursday in August, 1916. t, Lodl-burg;" Harned, Ky. An All Day by Planters' Insurance Company for Coming Program Was Many. Enjoyed Officers Barbecue Notes. Mrs. Tereasa Price bought $5 worth of lead pencils from Paul Lewis, who The Hardinsburg Magisterial District worked hard every minute to make the Sunday School Convention was held at LEE WALLS am now completing the last year of my first term as clerk of your circuit court. My olllcial nnd private life are open and known to all. My olllcial career, as your circuit clerk, has received the approval of the State officials, whose duty it is to inI spect the records of puolls officials. have been honored by the Democrat party as its nominee, to succeed my self, without oppositou. Tbeso facts are significant as are evident to any thinking person. I respectfully solicit the support of the voters of this county that I may be endorsed at your hands, to succeed myself at the November election, IOI5. I have discharged the duties of circuit clerk without favor or partisanship by you I shall conand if tinue to perform the duties in like manner. Respectfully submitted, LEE WALLS. I 390 Gets Oil Stove. 000 Ticket 390 gets the oil stove given away at the Cloverport barbecue. Please bring ticket to Paul Lewis, Cloverport. Mrs. R. M. Crenshaw died at her home in the country last Wednesday morning after an illness of .six months. Her death was caused from chronic gastritis and occurred at '2 o'clock that morning. Her family had been called to her bedside several days before. The funeral was conducted Thursday morning by the Rev. J. S. Henry and the burial took place in the Catholic cemetery. Many friends attended the services to pay a last loving tribute to their kind neighbor. Mrs. Crenshaw was born In Daviess county, January Hi, 1852, and was married at the age of fifteen years to Robert M. Crenshaw, in August, I867. Besides her husband she leaves ten grown children, Mrs, Joe Beavin, Ky., Mrs. Thos. Ryan Hardinsburg, Ky., James Crenshaw, Mrs. Frank Hinton and Mrs. Minnie Macken, Axtel, Ky., Miss Agnes Crenshaw and Emmett Crenshaw, of Cloverport, Mrs. R. E. Scroggins, of Kirk, Chas. Crenshaw, Billings, Mont., and Thos. Crenshaw, of El Paso, Tex. Mrs. Crenshaw's death will make a vacant place in the beautiful home she made for her large family. She began early in life to make sacrifices for her husband and children and was rewarded by their love, thoughtfulness and appreciation. They were kind and patient to her during her long Illness and her last days were filled with kind and and sweet attention from them. Card of Thanks. n, Mat-tingl- y, out-tow- 000 We sincerely thank our neighbors and friends for the kindness shown us Mrs. Cordrey III. at the illness and death of our loving Mrs. Margaret Cordrey is critically mother. Family of R. M. Crenshaw. ill at the home of her son, Mr. James Cordrey, and Mrs. Cordrey, the latter being called home from Florida. Miss Mule Market Active. Bertha Cordrey has been at her mothVic Robertson bought last week six er's bedside constantly since she was head of mules; two from Tom Miller taken ill last week. for $300; one from Forest Jenning, $1G0; one from D. H. Smith, $148; two Death Expected. from Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, $240. The relatives of Mrs. Julius Dutschke have been called to her bedside, death Engagement Announced. being expected momentarily. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ayres announce the engagement and approaching marNotice to Subscribers. riage of their daughter, Miss Mary Every subscriber, who is able, please Douglas Ayres, to Mr. Albert Poultont renew your subscription for six months of Liverpool, Englaud. or a year, as it saves us a great deal of Miss Ayres is the eldest daughter of expense, time and work. Three months' Mr. and Mrs. Ayers and is one of the subscriptions are a great inconvenience. most popular and attractive members of society lu this city. John D. Babbage. Mr. Poulton is a cultured, refined gentleman, and is a reputed cotton Correction. merchant. In the notice about the contracts re The wedding will be one of the social ceived by the Cloverport Boat & Ma events of the early winter. Hancock chine lu., the Darges are to he Clarion. instead of built, at the given price. Read the Want Column Subscribe IRVINGTON PHARMACY The Drug Store That Saves You Honey! Remember We The Cash and Quality Mill - Stand Between You and High TANQLEFOOT FLY PAPER, 6 sheets Prices REX TABLETS of SULPHUR CRBAfl OF TARTAR, clears the complexion, prevents hives, cools the blood ; fl AND BOX OC J QQ fi?rt 50 sheets 30c CLEANEASY SOAP a JLUl j REX STRAW HAT CLEANER makes old straw hats A new; package bottle PEROXIDE, a pint lvl 4 lift A, UL CASTILE SOAP Large 2 pound SEARCHLIGHT 15C HATCHES PEROXIDE CREAM, 1 large Jar; makes tan go. I f.sr. ioc Rex's Bedbug Killer 25c SISr'irvJfyToulina Kodak! We Will Do Your Printing Kodak! and Developing. McQUADY MILLING COMPANY, Iiidooti or out, on your truvols or at homo, KODAK is ut your service; nnd it niouns photography with tho bothor loft out. HONE-COMER- S WELCOME TO OUR COUNTY er TO-DA- Y 0 The former men and women of Breckenridjse county are coming home today and a glorious welcome awaits them. Many hearts will be brightened to see old friends again, and, no doubt, this will .be the happiest day of the Breckenridge County Fair. We placed on the subscription list of the Breckenridge News. We hope that are anxious to have the name of every home-comnot one will let the day pass without ordering a year's subscription for yourself or friend. Send a subscription to The Breckenridge News or take one as a memento of your visit back home. The paper will be a great pleasure to you week after week. The Breckenridge News FEDERAL RESERVE teAi I- One Dollar a Year jfflL I- ij T Similar mentis may be taken to nld In financing other agricultural products, the letter Rays, wherever there Is available a system of warehouses, elevators or other approved means of storing and certifying. Killed Quick jAk jftt ft. .tflh jntL JUST WHAT SHE NEEDED Louisville Woman Finds Speedy Relief by the Use of Tanlac. Ky., Aug. i". Mrs. Frank n assistant 1'ettlswife of the chief electrician of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, who resides at HK Camp street, Louisville, Is among the many women who have found spted rrllef iron: serious Illness by the ue of Tanlac. Mrs. I'ettis said: well-know- Kingswood College Under New Management FREE FROM ALL INDEBTEDNESS Vice-President. Plans For Banks to Lend Money and easy For Marketing Crops, HELP TO COTTON GROWERS Corn Remedy a package now nt Wedding's Drug St re and rest eas. 10 and '.'5C when "Peuilar is applied to a corn. Gt MORE PEOPLE GO TO COLLEGE 216,493 Students Producors of That Staple Need More Aid Bccauso of the Great Variation In Price to Rediscount Notes Secured by Proper Warehouse Receipts. All Institutions to There Preliminary plans designed to mako the resources of the federal reserve system In the annual fall movement of crops have been worked out by the federal reserve board. Writing to the twelve regional banks, the board iwintcd out bow members of the system may help to finance the nvallahlc crop movement. The board's action was taken, the. letter says, to forestall any possibility of cougchllnn of crops this fall or lack of financial accommodation to movo them and to avoid a recurrence of the stringency which In the past has marked this movement. Although the board applies Its plan to wheal, coin ami nil other cereals. It devotes most attention to the cotton crop, which. It says. Is peculiarly sensitive to abnormal conditions such as now exist In the export trade. The colleges, universities and technological schools In 1911. according to the annual report of the commissioner of education Just Issued. This Is nn Increase of 1 1,'JO'J over mill. Men still outnumber women In higher education. There were 13U.373 men In 1011 nnd 77,120 women us compared with 1 men and 7.'i.rS7 women In 1013. Receipts during the year totaled '$120,507,237. of which was for endowment. Iicncfactlons to colleges nnd universities totaled $20,G"0.-01something over $2,000,000 more than In the previous yenr 128,-017, In 567 Institutions In 1914. were 'Jlt!,40:i students In CO" Women Advised to Go Barefooted. "Go barefoot" Is the advice of a Boston doctor, who says not even China approaches the outrageous abuse of 'the feet of American women. have been In n nervous, condition for some time. My digestion was very poor, and I had difficulty in eating sold foods. I was so depleted In spirits at times that 1 almost had a dread tor the future. "Tanlac proved to be just what I needed. The medicine acted like a general tonic for me I am improved in every way, and I very cheet fully in. dorse Tanlac." Tanlac is sold in Cloverporpt by the Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irving- ton by the Irvington Pharmacy. run-dow- n "I Rev. Joseph Hogue, of Wichita, Kansas, the noted theologian, preacher and evangelist, has been elected President, Rev. E. T. Adams, a gifted leader, preacher and evangelist, graduate of one of the best Colleges and Universities in Methodism, OFFERS THE BEST ADVANTAGES Intelectually, Morally, Spiritually and Physically Ideal Location 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 city life, where swearing, vulgarity, tobacco using, drunkeness, shows, etc., are never known or heard. NATURE AS A DESIGNER. Doan's Regulets are recommended' by many who say they operate easily, without griping and without bad after effects. -- Tic at all drug stores. COINCIDENCE. letter says: An Unexpected Meeting With a Long Lost Set of Dishes. In the American Magazine the story of :t curious coincidence Is told In a letter written by KNlc 15. Hart of San Gabriel, Cal.: "In the early days In California very little china was used that did not conns' from the orient. A man whose homol was In 1'ihVoiii, who preferred the chl- -' na of Kurope, took advantage of a vis-- 1 It to ICnglaud to order a complete dinner set ornamented with a design of his own selection. In the course of time this was packed and shipped to San Francisco by sailing vessel round the Horn, but after long delay the vessel was given up as lost and was never afterward heard from. "Years afterward the California:! while traveling In China was Invited to dine at the home of n missionary. What was his astonishment to Hud the table set with his own dishes, purchased so long jigo! Concealing his surpri-iehe commented on the beauty of the china, and tills called forth an for the speculator explanation from his hostess. She told To Rediscount Notes. "Federal reserve banks should par- him the china had an Interesting histicularly point out to their members tory, as It had been washed tip on the that lliey are prepared to rediscount nearby shore, and they had bought It the notes of farmers and merchants from the man who had recovered It secured by proper warehouse receipts from the ocean. "SurprlsSi;; as It may seem, he nevfor cotton and accompanied by evidence er told his host that he was eating off of Insurance." Member li.tnks. the letter says, which his own dishes!" offer these notes to federal reserve banks for rediscount should be ready to state the grade mid market value of Dispondency Due to Indigestion. the cotton, and the notes should be in "About three months ago, when I the customary collateral form, provid- was suffarlng from Indigestion wh,ieh ing the right to call for additional security l(i event of material decline in causid headache and dizzy pelU and made mo feel tired and despondent, I market value. "The amount to be advanced would began taking Chamberlain's Tablets," be left primarily to the Judgment of writes Mrs. (eo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y. the member bank," suys the letter. "This medicine proved to be the very The board suggests that the reserve thing I needed, as one day's treatment banks call nttentloii of their member relieved me greatly. I used two botbanks to the desirability of reservlug tles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they storage space for such cotton as Is to me of this trouble " Obtainable be used as security for loans In locali- rid everywhere. ties where warehouse facilities are Inadequate. The letter says that, while By Comparison. there Is not sullicleiit warehouse space In the south to take care of the entlro "Dubkins Is n great eomfoit to me." cotton crop, there Is probably ample "I don't ee how you can say that, facility for the proper storage of all He's the most tbesoine chump I have cotton likely to be pledged for loans. ever mot." "While Ihere seems to he no reason "That's Just It. Although I don't to believe that the world's present anil amount to much, It's true, every time , potential supply of cotton Is out of I look ut Dubklus I feel that 1 could proportion to requirements during the amount to lens." Illriulugham next twelve mouths. It N nevertheless Important because of our lack of adequate shipping facilities, us well as reFor dyspepsia, our national ailment striction brought about by the war use llurdock Blood Hitters, Recomupon free exports to ull countries, that mended for strengthening digestion, ample means be provided for the propAt all drug er handling and effective marketing of purifing the blood. l.0 a hottle. stores. cotton." 1 . Helping the Farmers. "There should he no dllliculty In affording the producers the assistance necessary to enable them to market their products In volume corresponding to the power of the trade to absorb them. "In order to accomplish tills end It Is suggested that federal reserve hanks adopt ii dellnlte policy with reference to rediscouutiiig paper secured by documents in satisfactory form evidencing the ownership of stored agricultural products. Through such a policy, together with proper methods of warehousing, federal reserve hanks can be aI factor in assisting the normal movement of staple agricultural products from the Held to the factory or to the consumer " The hoard calls special attention to the imiikeling of the cotton crop because it Is "clearly to the common Interest that credits based upon this crop be protected as far as possible from the danger of demoralization." It shows that no staple commodity is sub. Ject to greater variations In prices than cotton, which otters an Inviting field CURIOUS of Equilibrium Study the Kangaroo. There was u certain college professor of machine design who wns as original In bis views as lie was nble In bis subject One of bis pet theories was the Interrelation between nnture nnd correct design. "Boys," lie would say, "there has been only one designer who never made n mistake, and the more we study his work the better machines we will build. When you tut legs under a machine think of n horse or n cow, and get them ns far apart as you can. Don't get too much overhang at either end. "And, speaking of a counterbalance, study the kangaroo. There Is no prettier example of equilibrium In ull positions. The further over he leans the more his. tall comes Into action off the ground. And again, in speaking of general design, wherever possible, try j to work for elasticity as against rigidity. You Ilnd very little of the rigid in nature, and little trees often survive a gale by bending, where big ones are blown down." All of which was undoubtedly very true, and made more of nn Impression 'Qj on his henrers than some of the more complicated mathematical demonstrations that followed. John II. Van In Engineering Magazine. If You Need a Model er HIGHLY EQUIPPED FACULTY Graduates of the Best Schools Seven Departments Second to no other similar institution; offering A. M., A. B., B. Ph., B. D. and B. Mus. courses. College of Liberal Arts, School of Theology .1 iSchool of English Bible and Evangelism, School of Music, School of Oratory, High-C- ? Q H gj Grade Academy and Select Grammar School. True to Wesleyan Doctrines in Holiness. God First in Everything. Four Buildings Well Equipped and Furnished Forty- - Acres of beautiful campus and and camp meeting grounds. Special Rates 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. Write at once for new catalogue to E. T. Adams, wood, Kentucky. vice-president, Q Kings- - Q X JOSEPH HOGUE, President- 5 m Laxa-Ma- n biliousness, Indistomach and liver troubles. THE 'MUDDY MISSOURI. Harmless. If not better than calomel salts, or any laxative you have ever used, we pav the money back quick. Haw the River Lowers the Surface of tha Land It Drains. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. The Missouri is tbe muddiest river in the Mississippi valley. It carries more STRUGGLES OF AN ARTIST. silt than any other large river in the United States except possibly tbe Rio Story of the Peasant Painter Millet and i Grande and tbe Colorado. For every "The Angelue." square mile of country drained it carIt was only nfter long yearn of strug- ries downstream 381 tons of dissolved gle nnd dire poverty, through which and suspended matter each year. In Millet wns consoled and supported by other words, tbe river gathers annualbis wife, that the peasant painter wan ly from the country that it drains ahlo to take the three roomed cottage more than 123,000,000 tons of silt and at rtarhizon and "try to do something soluble matter, some of which It disreally good.'" tributes over tho flood plains below to It was then that ho lieguu to paint form productive agricultural lands, that most beautiful poem of poverty. but most of which finds Its way at last "Tuo Augclus," which Is today one of to tho gulf of Mexico. the most valuable pictures In the world. It is by means of data of this kind Again nnd again he threw aside the that geologists compute tbe rate nt In despair of ever finishing It which tbe picture lands arc being eroded away. to Ids satisfaction, mid ns often his It has been shown that the Missouri Inwife replaced It on the easel nud river Is lowering tho surfaco of the duced hliirtn continue. land drained by It at the rate of 1 foot On one occasion he was so Incensed in 0,030 years. the at not being able to produce a certain United States as aThe surface ofbeing whole is now Icnlfo and would effect that he seized worn down nt the rate of foot In have destroyed the canvas and ended O.l'-'-O years. tho matter ouco for all had not his wlfo J.t lias been estimated that If tills fortunately seized his band and Inerosive notion f the streams of the duced blm to glvo the picture another United States could have been concentrial. trated on the isthmus of I'anamn It Thus It was that at last "Tho days found a place on tho walls of would hnve dug In seventy-thretho louvre. Tho success It won en- the canal which wns completed afler couraged Millet to paint many more ten years' work with the most powerpictures and thus place himself among ful appliances yet devHed by man -Geological Survey Ilullotln. tbe immortals in art gestion, 11 1 e For constipation, iThe Delineator For September 5 I 1 1 P r- Contains tbe FoJJqvyiqg Features: The Legacy America's Bad Manners The New Race in Our Hands Come Hither Your Family Circle Correct Versions of Styles for Autumn Price 15c Per Copy Wfririinn's Tlrim Stni? a Subscribe Today RIFLE SHOOTING ECHOES FROM Be DO YOUR VERT BEST. You Are II s3VWJ kfWJsJ mtWiX Earnest and Thorough and Bound to Succeed. There Is n feature of Dickens' charBOOMED BY WAR acter which cannot ho too often or too seriously Insisted upon, mid that Is his Always Intense earnestness midHethoroughness Cannclton Happenings said lo me In everything lie did. more than once: Interest Our Readers. Government to Hold Big Match "My denr boy, do everything "t your best. If you do that neither 1 nor any After reading of so many p.ople in one else can find fnult with you, even on Florida Range, our town who have beeu cured b If you fall. For myself, I can honestly Doan's Kidney Pills, the fiueitlon say that I have taken ns great paliw naturally arises: "is this medicine with the smallest thing I ever did ns CIVILIANS' SCORES ARE HIGH equally Micctsfnl In our utighboring with the biggest." In giving ndvice to u young author he town!?" The generous statement of this Caunelton resident leaves no room said on one occasion: public to believe "If you want your Many New Clubs Formed, and Un- for doubt on that point. in what you write you must believe In Highth St., It yourself. When I nni describing n Mrs Lotus Hoover, usual Interest Is Shown In Approach Ing Tournaments Teams From Vari- Canuelton, Ind., Mi)h: "My Mdceh scene I enn as distinctly see what I and Colleges to were disordered for a long lime, before am describing ns I can see you now. So ous Organizations I knew exactly what was tfie matter real are my characters to me that on Compete For Valuablo Prizes. with me. My limbs were KtllT and sore one occasion 1 had fixed upon the Iilflc shooting Is now biivlng a grant and 1 olten had sharp, shooting pains course which one of them was to purboom In flic country. Interest un sue. The character, however, got hold I sufferacross the small of my back. 1ms been nroit.sctl In target doubtcdl exactly the opdeal from head.iehe.s and of me mid mado me do shooting by the demand Tor u better ed a great posite to what I had Intended, but I 1 tI)nuii' finally state of preparation for the country's dizzv spells. was so sure (hat ho was right and I had finishul was wrong that I let lilm have Ills own defense. Not only the regular scrv Kidney Hits nnd after ices, but the civilians nt large nnd three boxes, I was !iitlrbly cured " way." students of colleges and schools, arc (Statement given Matcli Is, 11)10.) Whatever he did either in work or taking much Interest In rllte training, Over two ears later Mrs. Hoovet nt play lie always gave of his very best. and local, Interstate nnd national said: "I gladly confirm the public He hated slackness or half hcartedness tournaments will he numerous during statement 1 gave befote in praise ot In any shape or form. Hnrimr's Weekly. the next three months. Doan's Kidney Pills. I alvvavs recotu As n result of this agitation all the mend this medicine when 1 have Hi.-states are taking Increased Interest In ODDITIES OF VISION. the big national shooting event to be opportunity. Don't Price ."0j, at all dealers. conducted by the government at .Tack' Peculiar Optical Effects and the Yellow Maryland simply ask for a kidney remedy -- pet sonvlllc. Phi., In October. Spot In the Eye. nnd Pennsylvania arc the only states Doan's Kidncv Pills the tame Hint If one places a ptuhend up close to Co , which have positively declined to give Mrs. Hoover had. Foster Mllbnrn nnd directly In front of the eye the their national guard the benefit of Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. head of the pin appears transparent training a team for these mutches. nnil tlilii'-- s mil v lie seen as ensllv Tbree other states are doubtful, but through It as through a sheet of lsin-- ! PERFUME OF MUSK. are making every effort to overcome glass, the head appearing simply ns n the difficulties so that they can be large round cloud. If It Is placed someThey are California, Th Odor Is Penetrating Because the represented. what closer no pin or head can be Is Substance Washington nnd Virginia. For the first - j seen nt nil. The extraordinarily penetrating powtime these matches have been thrown If one goes into n very dark room open to teams of cadets from military er of musk perfume Is accounted for ,V.n nnt- l... If la 'I'll.. nnd puts a lighted candle near the side schools and colleges. e W very pretty nnd peculiar er in.nki,. ' or TTntf,i smtoa nn,i nt Government Gives Aid. A tracery, form China, writes that this property causes fects are observed. Never before has the government the odor to be carried through the ulr ing a regular network, can be easily been so generous In Its efforts to make In n wny thnt would otherwise be Im- detected, and this Is merely the shadow this shooting tournament n success. possible. And he udds that this radio- thrown by the candle on the retina of The last congress appropriated $50,000 active property "uffects most peculiarly the eye of the small capillary blood to assist the states In paying the naUves who carry It. If It is held vessels between the retina and the charges of their teams to close to the body for any length of candle. Florida. While there the enlisted men time It produces sores that are probaIf one looks to the side of a dim statwill be allowed commuted ration of bly similar In character to those caused in the heavens the star appears n great $1.50 a day. deal brighter than direct vision makes by pure radium." The range In Florida Is a new one, This Is because the light Musk Is a secretion of certain glands it appear. second only !n size to the Camp Perry or pouches of the male musk deer and In the direct view falls on w'.iat Is range of Ohio and second to the Is secreted only during certain seasons known ns the "yellow spot" or point of famous Sea Girt (X. J.) range In Its of the year. It Is dillicult to obtain keenest vision. As this is not put diAdjutant General pure, and one of the largest French rectly behind the front of the eye the natural beauty. Foster of Florida and his aids have manufacturers of perfume keeps a rep- side glance Is necessary. Some people spent years of labor In perfecting resentative! at Tachleulu, near the can see stars that way that they canand beautifying this range, which Is Tibetan border, for the sole purpose of not perceive nt all on direct vision. located on the St. Johns river, twelve buying it. Pittsburgh Dispatch. miles from Jacksonville. Three thousand pounds of musk on The Interest of civilians throughout un nveragc are snipped every year A Garrick Incident. the country is shown by the organiza- from Chunking, and fully half of this David Gr.rriek. where speaking was tion of government rifle clubs In al- has passed through Tachleulu, which concerned, was the pride of London. most every state, as well as In Porto Is one of the principal musk markets of Members of parliament envied him Ills'! Itlco. Alasku. Hawaii and the canal the world, though eighteen days' Jour powers. Iturke envied lilm. There Is zone. In the past six mouths over 1200 ney from Chunking, the nearest port. that Instance In parliament when, durclubs have been organlzwl. and this The deer, which are seldom more ing a heated debate, a member moved long and twenty to that the gallery be cleared. This was number could have been more than than three feet inches tall, are being ordered to be done, and the strangers doubled if the government had been twenty-twable to offer range facilities. To these slaughtered In such numbers that they withdrew, all save Garrick. Still the clubs there have been Issued by the are becoming more and more scarce member objected. Then up spake ordnance department of the army since and will eventually be extinct. Burke. Would It be fair to exclude the first of the year 800 Krag rtfles from their debate the master of eloand 050,150 rounds of ammunition. quence, the genius who taught them Poultry Parasites. To test the efficiency of these club the ait of speaking? he demanded. members with the military rifle n naYou keep the chicken house clean to For himself he was proud to acknowltional competition was organized and parages off the chickens. edge his Indebtedness to Garrick. Fox a trophy prcseuted by the war depart- knp the followed In the same strain, and Town-shenment, which represents the champion- You spray to kill eerms but what do The house then voted that the ship of the United States among civil- you do to get the: terms and parasites "stranger should remain.'" And Garchicken. Hens especially rick did not budge. St. James' Gazette. ian government rifle clubs. In this inside the competition twenty-siof the most pro- show It at moulting time and during gressive of these club's huvo entered the wii.ter How can jou expect them Soho Square, London, teams, and the competition Is now go- to laj? Free them of all Internal paraSoho Is perhaps the most curiously ing on under the supervision of army sites by feeding them B A Thomas derived place name In London. Acand national guard officers. Each club Poultry Powder occasionally. If it cording to Samuel Pegge. the anIs represented by ten men shooting a we will tiquary. Soho square, which lias given course of firing similar to that follow- doesn't make your hens happy, return your money. For sale at Wed n name to the district, was first called ed by the national guard in their recMonmouth square when the 111 fated ding's Drug Stor Uloverport, Ky. ord shooting. Duke of Monmouth had a house there. Ntw Members Sought. Upon the duke's defeat and execution Genius Whistler. That The National Rifle Association of In 1C85 the square was ordered to be Lady St. Heller In called Klug's square, and a statue of Of Whistler America, with offices In Washington, has begun a campaign for 100.000 mem- "Memories of Fifty Years" writes King Charles H. was set up In the bers at $2 each. The receipts are to thus: "He was n geulus and had all middle of It. But the partisans of the constitute a fund which will, it Is an- the defects nud qualities of one. To Duke of Monmouth, wishing to prenounced, bo used in an effort to put him everything was a joke, the subject serve n distant remembrance of their rifle shooting in this country on a of a boumot. The lightest and dainti leader, called It Sobo square, from plane with other sports such as base- est of persiflage was what he excelled "Soho!" a bunting cry adopted by the In, and one never had a dull moment ball and football duke as his watchword at the buttle Especial attention Is being given to In his company. He was always late where he wns taken prisoner. Loudon toe Installation of Indoor ranges In for dinner, arranging the Immortal Saturday Review. lock of gray hair In Its proper place as schools and colleges, I.M.C.A. build be came into the room, with apologies ings and wherever sports are Justice. and excuses, none of them true, of ' A Sunday school teacher had been which be was perfectly conscious and It Is claimed that every new mem telling her class or little boys about ber will mean a qualified marksman. also that they were not believed. crowns of glory and heavenly rewards Wherever be was there would be a cir- for good people. and from a patriotic standpoint the plans of the National Rifle association cle listening to him, and his ringing "Now. tell me." she said at the close commend themselves to all citizens laugh would be beard all over the of the lesson, "who will get the bigwho believe that a better state of room as be sent his shafts right nud gest crown." preparation is needed In this country, left Into the joints of the armor of ' There was a silence for a minute or Tbe.jilans.of the. association have the those who were attacking him. a It was two. then n bright little chap piped shock Indorsement of the highest officials of a great surprise and almost out: when he 'appeared as n benedict" the war department. " 'Int wot's got t' biggest 'end." LonI u Interest in rifle shooting will be stimdon ulated at the camps of Instruction for Chills, Fever and Malaria studentf now being held at IMattsburg Futllity of Argument. (N. Y.) .barracks; Presidio of Hun Fran Cured by taking MendenhaU's Chill Plato defined mnu as "n two legged Mich., and Chlckacisco:. I.udlueton. Tonic, the greatest substitute for qui fenthers." Diogenes, manga. Go., by the donation of trophies nine. Tastes good and children lneto animal without plucked it cock. "This who heard this, AsoniUniedals by the National Itluo Is Plato's man." said be. But never take it Sold nnd guaranteed by Wei Boclatjou of America for team and In you think the old timer lacked a "comeding's Drug, Store, 1 ' I I I Radio-active. ..wll..-n..tli.- .. trans-fiortatlo x ( I Tit-Bit-- Come to Louisville and! 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They are in town at farm land prices and will all be gone before you know it. C. L. BliARI), :: Hardinsburir, Ky. ffiWO cleats against the tXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXaKXX; I "A Barking Dog Doesn't Bite" Our Shoes Are The Best For The Money Turn your heel mentally and physically on calamity howlers. The country's not going to the Incidentally show thu heel of a good pair of boots UR You'll pet FIT and KIND. or QUALITY and HIUIIT PHICE here. bow-wow- s. sl.o-O- Kentucky hair Dates The following are the dates flxsd for holding the Kentucky Fairs for Wis. as far as reported: Shepherdsvlllf, Aug. 174 Jays. Hardinsburg. Aug. 18 3 days. Stanford, Aug. 18- -3 days. Kwlng, Aug. l9-:t- OUR LINE OF CLOTHING hits the QUALITY, the STYLK, and every garment fits. The prico is right too. Drop in and see us during Fair Week. is in uceord with our dividual records. On His Day of Rest. On his, duy off William Anderson. In !,os Angeles. Cat., blundered Into a i stable, was bit by a wutcudog. kicked A..'bv four horses, .assaulted by twelve " qblnnmen. who thought him a thief; f elytron, a, seven opt fence trying, to escape and was arrested as a plain drunk. Two-J- lt fee-tha- Mtfioriuefoc Moeicnnyn. fw-fave- ThwGSI Kr TEsl? Kin3i breakerr hire.poat. car4f4 -- Now Ha Has Millions. "See that fellow lu the limousine?" said one man to another at Washington and Illinois streets as a big car passed. "Well, I can remember wbeu he didn't hare but ouo pair of socks; now be has millions." ''Gee, he must bare some washing," replied the friend whose mind doe sot run to finances. Indianapolis Newa. back." lie added to his original definition the words, "With broad flat nails." Such Is the futility of argument. Springfield Itcpublican. The On Advantage. "Traded your motor boat for an aeroplane, eh? What's the Idea?" "Well, there' this about an aero-llan-e even If the engine does break lown, you're bound to land some-ibere."-- 8t Louis u;.- jistax for their sa44s leave Uklag. deny Pasalooata people Want or For Sale infer, ana cowarai always douv tMr ones igserfute at fr. column for quick results. Tr our; Sept. 13 dajs. Hodgenvllls, Sept. 7 3 1!V. Henderson, Sept. 75 days. Fair, TiuUvlll, Kentucky Stats rtnt. 13 6 days. Horse Cavs, Sept. 224 days. Glasgow., Sept. 2o--4 days. Cave City. Oct. Aug. 24 4 ly8. Shslbyvills, Aug. 25- -4 days. Oermantown. Aug. 25- -4 Nicholasvllle. Aug. 21 3 days. Rlizabethtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Florence, Aug. 2(- 1-3 days. Alexandria, Aug. 315 days-Londo- shoe; it cm e 1 1 Peyton & Rhodes, Hardinsburr, w. at1 k . My. trill i 1 Murray, Oct. 0--4 days. THE BRECKENRIDGE bsuod livery Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGfc, Editor and Publisher MULES WANTED want to buy 100 mules 5 to 12 years old, 15-- 2 to 16-- 1 in height, doocl bone and teet. To weigh 1000 pounds 1 lawfil 1 mt him . .. I 111 III nre cam I 3ta (WluSLItlon how Jflnofc li A L: t-- .t. .iBBBB. AUGUST 18, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. HUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for ut tho rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, monoy in advance. Examinotholabolon your paper. If it is not correct pleaso notify us. and up. VIC ROBERTSON, left Thursday for Hazel Dell to begin n meeting. G. D. Lawson returned Thursday from Hawesville. Messrs. Heard, of Hardinsburg, bought a nice bunch of cattle in this vicinity last week, giving fair prices. Hardinsburg, Ky. tense hent that rolled forward ill front of tho flames, which did not touch them." TOUR WITH TEN FOOT TICKET Seeing America First Calls For Three Yards of Railroad Transportation. Mr. nnd Mrs E. O. Callahan liavo left Rcdland, Cal., with tho longest tickets ever Issued from a railroad olflco there. They nre tn "see America first." for they will spend n year In traveling DEMOCRATIC TICKET Odd Happenings In For Governor A. O. STANLEY For Lieutenant-Governo- r JAMES D. BLACK For Secretary of State BARKSDALE MAMLETT For Attorney. Cleneral M. M. LOGAN For Auditor R. L. GREEN For State Treasurer HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN For Circuit Clerk For Clerk of Court of Appeals R. W. KEENON For Supt. of Public Instruction P. S. EUBANK For Commissioner of Agriculture MAT S. COHEN For Circuit Judge J. R. LAYMAN For Commonwealth's Attorney LEE WALLS For Representative J. O. HOOK SHERMAN GOODPASTER CONTINUOUS PLEASURE. Notice. A fine of a box of candy and a bunch This has been a busy month for our county in the way of public Imposed by a Cincinnati Breckinridge Circuit Court. was gatherings of the people. Barbecues, Sunday School Conventions, of flowers a man accused of abusing bis Judge on May Term, May I5, IOI5. and, our county fair this week, have furn- wife. church meetings In the matter of ished opportunity for many social meetings that are pleasant and order Father of 1.000 children by adoption, beneficial. Next comes the Teachers' Institute, then the Country Charles Page, oil millionaire, Is taking Absent Witnesses This day came the Commonwealth's Fair at Irvington. them all from Oklahoma to the Panaall-da- y ion. From itcdlands they go to Los Angeles, to San Francisco nnd visit the exposition, then to Lake Taboo and A Chicago druggist left 30,000 to his probably to the Yellowstone, to Dendog. ver, Chicago. Montreal. Toronto, Niagara Falls, Portland; Me.; Boston nnd Women mall carriers are replacing to New York. the wen In London. They will stay In New York for several weeks and will then go to WashMosquitoes will not bite girls wear- ington, where they will see tho sights ing yellow stockings, Is a discovery re- of the national capital. From Washported from Georgia. ington they will go to Jacksonville, Fla., where they plan to spend most of A casket maker In Brooklyn sues for (he winter. On the return trip they alleging that an undertaker will see New Orleans, Memphis, Tcnn.i divorce, embalmed his wife's love for him. Kansas City, Pueblo. Colo.; Salt Lake, Ogdcn and back to San Francisco, Seeing pursuing dogs near, a deer Where they will again spend some tlmo committed suicide near Brewsters, N. it the exposition. Their tickets are X., by Jumping In front of a locomoline feet eight Inches In length. tive. the Day's News through almost every state In the Un- IF YOU WANT TO TAKE A TRIP OR A LONG REST, YOU CAN DO SO. OUR TRUST COMPANY CAN ACT AS YOUR AGENT AND ATTEND TO YOUR BUSINESS FOR YOU. WE WILL DO IT RIGHT. WE ARE RELIABLE AND WE ARE PERMANENT. WE ARE ALWAYS IN TOUCH WITH PAYING INVESTMENTS. COME IH AND LEARN WHAT OUR TRUST COMPANY CAN DO FOR YOU WHILE YOU ARE LIVING AND AFTER YOU ARE DEAD. BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF ma exposition. GARFIELDNEWS Summer Visitors Still Come Many Will Attend County Fair This Week. Mrs. Kphram GraX near Custer Sunday Misses lane Robbins anil Lena Beau- champ from Clifton Mills spent last week with Miss Lucy Kennedy. Miss Katura Johnson who has been visiting Miss Kmma Meador at Custer was here I'riday en route to Ilardins-bur- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moredock, from Save money by buying your coal Oweusboro, are expected this week to in August from Heston Whitworth & Co. visit Miss Nannie Hoard. The Misses Compton who have visited Herschel Macey is visiting in Hanlins-burin Kentucky for two mouths returned Hiss Mildred Smith ami little sister, home lart week. Tliev were accompanied as far as Irvington by Mrs. I, II. Lorena, from Louisville, are here. Richardson. visMiss Nell Springate, of Custer, is Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons and childiting Miss Anna Mildred Smith. Mrs. V. V. Smith and Miss Tillie ren, of Louisville, are here. Paul, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. WalMisses Lena Snider and Mary Norton, ter Brown at Woodrow I'riday. from freedom, were the guests of the Declaration of war has no effect on the Misses Harned Wednesday night, price of coal. Heston Whitworth & Co. Miss Tillie Paul is visiting Mrs. James Mr. Milton Meyer from Chicago, was M;Cov at Harned. the guest of Dr. R. W. Meador at Custer last week'. UNION STAR. Judge I). I). Dowell and Mrs. Dowel!, were here Sunday to see Judge Howell's brother, Taylor Dowell, who has been Mrs. Geo. 15, Schreiber is in Oweussuffering with his ejes for several weeks. boro for a visit to a former schoolmate C. S. Board is having a new warehouse at Oxford College, Ohio, .Airs. Paul erected and hopes to have it ready to re. Williams. ceive the new crop of tobacco. Mrs. Andrew Cox, of Parragut, Iowa, Mrs. J. A. Samlbach, has returned is visiting Messrs Armstead and Roland from Mcfjiiiidy. Watlington and other relatives. Misses Agues McGill and Ida Gruber James Severs, post office clerk of Loufrom Louisville who are pleasant guests isville, is spending his vacation witli his in our commuty, are being extensively mother, Mrs. I'aunie II. Severs, and entertained. Miss Nell Cashmau, Mr. family James is making good and his and Mrs. V. W. Smith, they wered inner friends feci gratified at his success. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory. Rev. Lennou, of Hardinsburg, who Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gray visited Mr. held a meeting at Shiloh M. 15. Church, g. BOATS FOR SALE! "Where'd you get the flivver?" a motion, Bannerman (N. V.) man asked his "Owing to the fact that many, friend with a new auto and was shot many witnesses were called in the court room during the present and killed for It term, who had been duly and legally summoned in important Governor of North Carolina as a criminal cases, and. owing to the movie star takes part In a new photo fact that great Inconvenience, deplay, showing the necessity of efficienlay and expense resulted therecy In the national guard. from to 'other witnesses, the court and the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, I hereby move the court "ROARING WAVE OF FIRE," that a forthwith attachment issue, hereafter, for each and every witIS HURLED BY GERMANS. ness who is subpoenaed for the Commonwealth and who thereafter falls or refuses to be in the court Many of the Victims Die From Sufforoom, and to answer to his name, cation In Intense Heat. when called, be that time 9:00 o'clock a. m., or any other hour of the day before court Is adjourned A dispatch from the Dally Chronior the witness excused by the Comof cle's correspondent In the north monwealth or the court. Believing France says that an officer who was this my duty, in furthering the ends of justice and saving the on tho fighting lino when the Germans State expense, I respectfully pray nttacked with blazing gases has given the judgment of the court on this his Impressions of this novel engine of motion; and, If same be sustained, wurfnre as follows: I further move that notice of the "I Uou't think tho use of these flames court's action In the premises be was any less formidable than that of published in The Breckenrldge effect at asphyxiating gases. Their News and the Record Press for Is short range Is much worse, but It three consecutive Issues next ye ceding the October, 1915, term of easier to find shelter from them. The the Breckinridge Circuit Court. flames carry only a relatively short Respectfully submi ted, distance and cannot reach you a long H. I). H. MOORMAN wuy off, as often Is the case with poiNinth Commonwealth's Attorney, son gases. Judicial District, State of Kentucky." "Tho flame Is yellow with a blue The court being advised In the premnucleus and Is directed through a powerful air Jet it springs from tho ises, adjudges that the suggested rule ground level and expands Into a roar- is necessary, wise and wholesome, and ing wave of fire. Indeed, the flame Is sustains said motion, and the sheriff of very much like that of a common Bun-se- Breckinridge county Is hereby ordered burner, used In a laboratory, only and directed to hereafter notify each yellower. witness subpoenaed of the existance of "The pressure of air or other gas that Inflammable liquid this rule and order and to govern Is used to force the through the Jet must bo enormous, In themselves accordingly; and it Is furview of tho volumo and fury of tho ther ordered that the clerk of the flame. Many of tho victims died sim- Breckinridge Circuit Court deliver a ply from suffocation, caused by. the In- - true copy of this order to The Brecken-ridg- e News and to ths Record Press in time for same to he inserted for three consecutive Issues of each paper next preceding the October, 1015, term of this court. In Testimony Whereof, witness my hand this May 15th, 1915. to-w- it: n Attorney of the Ninth Judicial District and tendered the following written Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building Material, Building Hardware, Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. NOTICE To Those Needing Building Material Wo arejpreparcd to fill your orders in various kinds of Building Material at prices that will meet your approval. 3Write us for FORDSVILLE JAKE:WILS0N, t prices for anything you needl FORDSVILLE, KY. PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated Manager J. K. LAYMAN, Judge Breckinridge Circuit Court. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Notice in Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Ken Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, Farmer Boys' Encampment and Baby Health Contest. MYRTLE W. Length 43.50; Beam 85; Net Tonnage 8. 4 Cylinder, 32 horsepower Mingst Engine. Electric lights, storage batteries and recharging plant; life preservers and all necessary equipments; will make 12 miles up and down; in first-clarunning order; will sell or t trade for barges at a bargain. Further particulars will be furnished on application. ss tucky In the matter of Lucy A Taul, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. To the creditors of Lucy A. Taul, of Cloverport, in the County of Ilreckin-ridgmid District aforesaid, bankrupt. Notice is hereby giveu that on the 4th day of August, A. I)., 1915, the said Lucy A. Taul was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of V. G. Ilabbage, in Cloverport, Kentucky, on the 27th day of August, A D., 1915, at 9:0 a. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting Petition filed August 4, 1915. J. A. DKAN, Referee 'in Bankruptcy. '"Owensboro, Ky., August jfil,!?!?.. 1915 e, Biggest Saddle Horse Show in the World Fino Exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Horticulture, Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, doing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" and many other thrillers every afternoon. Reduced Railroad Rates ' ....Trotting and Pacing Races Each. Day.... Glenn Midway and Grand Fireworks Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviaton J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, it- CLOVERPORT BOAT & MACHINE CO., Cloverport, Ky. For Catalogue Addreat Louttville, Ky. "it ' Rome, Ind., and has as her visitor, Miss Mabel Hawkins, of Tobinsport. WEDNESDAY, AUG 18, 1915 Joe II. Kebarker and son, Iterbert, Alton Clummons and Jack Cooper, of entered at tho l'ot Oflllco at Clorerport, Kj Rockvale, were at the county seat Monas second class matter. day. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN " ADVERTISING BY THE 15ie Breckonridge News. I Sanitary Grocery and Meat Market j HI School Opens on Mon- NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES from Cedar Point, Mich., Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Allle Claycomb, near Askins. Miss Alary Nevitt, of Basin Springs, and Miss Marion Dix, of Stephensport, were visitors of Miss Mary Gibson Mrs. Dolly VanMeter came g Kj Everything in Clcnn Groceries, Fruits and Vcgo- tables nnd Fresh and Cured Meats, Boiled Hani, Sausage, etc. $ s , day, September 6th We are prepared to supply all the necessary books. The Exchange Contract on School Books Ex- 5 Thursday. Miss Ruby Wood gave a party Wednesday afternoon to a number of little friends in honor of her fourth birthday For Precinct and city Offices f 2.60 anniversary. $5.00 For County Offices Mrs. Hugh Atkinson and daughte:, For State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 Miss Nancy Atkinson, of Uerwin, III., For Calls, per Hoe.... 10 arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. For Cards, per line..... W. H. Bowmer. Publications In the interFor All Jerry Tllford has been off his run for est of individuals or expression 10 more than a month, confined to his of Individual views per line His many home with rheumatism. friends miss him. Change of Train Schedule on Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Teaff, of Hardlns-burwere visiting Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tho st. I Beavln nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Reilly last Saturday nnd Sunday. Squire H. G. Vessells, of Frvmire, Effective March 15, 1915. I was in Hurdinsblirg Monday and reEAST HOUND 0:15 A. M. newed his subscription for the 34 year No. 142 will leavK Oloerport... .10:10 A. M. for The Breckenrldge News. ArrlTinft Irvlnctnn 13:10 1. M. Arriving IjouUtIIIo Express Company The Adams No. 144 will Icavo Cloverport ... . 4:S2 1'. M. 5:4(1 I. M. ... Arriving IrvlnKtmi 7:40 1'. M. brought in off the branch last WednesArriving Loulsvlllo .. 5:07 A. M. day No. 140 will leave Clovcrtort 50 coops of chickens for Louisville. 5:51 A. M. Arriving Irvlngton . This, they say, is an every day job on WEST BOUND A.M. the branch. No. 141 will leave Cloverport...... ... Arriving Owensboro. ... .. 12:W P. M. ..1:5R P. M. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson and Arriving Henderson . 153 P.M. Arriving Evansvllle .. 7:13 P.M. daughter, Mrs. Kirtley Cleveland, exArriving St. Louis ... 7:09 P.M. pect to take a trip over the Henderson No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawcsvlllc...... ... 7:30 P.M. Route next week in Mr. Hudson's Arriving Owensboro . -- .... 8:18 P.M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport .... ....11:38 P.M. special car. ....12:45 A.M. Arriving Owensboro ... 1:39 A.M. B. F. Beard St Co. had in their disArriving Henderson .... 2:05 A. M, Arriving Evansvllle .... 7:40 A.M. play windows last week a very attract ArrlvlnK St. Louis 6:30 A. M. Ive exhibit in the way of a bean three No. 147 will leave Cloverport 7:46 A. M. Arriving Owensboro 0:00 A.M. feet and seven inches long, grown by Arriving Henderson. Homer Eskridge. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys, of Loill-burpassed through Cloverport last VISITS week en route to California to spend ACCOUNTS OF ONE-DA- Y several weeks with their son, Elbert River Trips Motor Tours. Keys, and to attend the exposition. and Vacationettes Misses Eva Basham, Virginia Whit-wortand Myrtle Belle Shellman, of of the Summer Season Stephensport; Misses Mary Benton, Sadie Cohen and Alene Cohen, of LouGeo. Arras, of Lakeland, was home isville, were the guests of the Misses May Thursday and Friday. recently. Willie Simmons is reported very ill at his home near Rockvale. The "Skeeter's" Serenade Miss Nannie Collins has been quite does not have very quieting effect on ill at her home in Elm street. tired nerves. "Penslar Skeeter Dig" Miss Krida Shields, of West Point, is causes them to move on. 25 cents at the guest of Mrs. Hugh Wood. Wedding's Drug Store. Dr. D. S. Sphire, of Mooleyvllle, returned from Louisville Friday. Notice. Miss Jesse Catherine Plank, of Hardinsburg', Ky., August, l(i, I9I0. Owensboio, was here Thursday. Up to September 4, lgl5, we will revisGeorge Bonffier, of Louisville, is ceive bids for building a new school-hous- e iting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vhitehead. In Breckenrldge county. For plans and specifications apply to W Mrs. Chas. Jackson and children leave llfcis week for Stephensport to visit. Superintendent J. W. Trent. Contract Mrs. Raymond Marshall, of Hawes-lll- let September 4, at one o'clock p. m. J. W. TRENT, S. S. B. C. spent Friday with her parents. Lexington, Miss Auburn Chi'nn, of was the guest of Mrs. David Phelps LEO Thursday. Mrs. Nathaniel Tuccer leaves this week for Oklahoma to visit Mrs. GardTaken by Mob From Stockade--H- is ner Agnew. Body May be Found on Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Severs and little daughter, Mury Emily, have reGrave of Mary Phagan. turned to Louisville. ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson, Milledgeville, Gn., August 16. Leo Eddy, Texas, are guests of Mr. and t, M. Frank, Georgia's noted W. C. Moorman. Mrs. was removed from the Georgia H. Ashcraft, of Decherd, Tenn., prison farm here tonight by twenty-fiv- e who is at home on a visit, went to armed men, who overpowered Warden Brandenburg Friday. Smith. J. O. Witt and family, of Cincinnati, Previous to the attack the wires leadare the guests of his sister, Mrs. S H. ing to the prison were cut. Frank was McCracken, this week. placed in an automobile and rushed in The Brandenburg depot is a very in- in the direction of Eatonton. viting station since it has been dressed It is unknown whether the party resup with a new coat of paint. cuing were friends or lynchers. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harper and little daughter, of Sebree, are visiting WILLIAM THAW DECORATED. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory. . I4TES FOR POLITICAL g, f I Cakes, Candy and Tobacco Everything Delivered GIBSON BROS., Telephone 103 W Cloverport, Ky, V. G. BABBAGE LAWYER Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to S Collect in Court or out of itl See or Note Advertisers plcnt notify tho editor when you want advertisement discontinued. Write me. Will make the Price Right. Warvts. ADVERTISE ONE CENT PER WORD Wanted pired July 15, 1915 In becomes necessary to again advise our friends that the very close margin on School Books require us to sell them for IMA Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Specialist on . WANTED A good DR. B. T. RAFFERTY RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. Oltice Houri : 6 to 9 a. m. 1 nault, Ky. liurse Good Horse sutldlu nnd K. C. Mailman, Cliu- - Cash Only J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. pOIt Cow Pasture for Rent KENT Cow pasture: apply Mm. F. C. English Clorcroort, Ky. 2 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m I W Only $1 Round Trip! --To- WHERE Tho THE DAY CHANGES. In I and g, h 1 Pacific Ocean. 18, - 19, 20. $ jfc i.. A great many people cannot see why when a man crosses the International date line In the Pacific ocean If he goes toward the east he loses a day and if v City Transfer Auto Service toward the west he gains n day that Horses ind Buggies for Hire Is, If It, say, happens to be Tuesday J. Just this side If he crosses to the wcBt Phone 104 Cloverport, Ky. It will be Monday. The distance he may have actually gone need be only a few feet, but It Is true nevertheless. The actual time may be only a second's difference. To understand this remember that we go from Monday to Tuesday ut 12 o'clock ut night Jump immediately Life Insurance and Real Estate from one day to another. Consider Office with J. R. Eskridge, Attorney nlso that If a man could travel toward IJ International Date Lino the I Hardinsburg Fair August Pierce Bros. Are You Goingto Build? I If so let us figure with you on C. L. BEARD Hardinsburg, Ky. a Building Material Our stock is and complete. We furnish everything in the building line. Good material and workmanship. We make a specialty of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of build- ings. We call your attention to our stock of up-to-d- ate 1 aS m m M e, jyRANK the cast as fast as the earth rotates and If he started at midday, with the sun directly overhead, ho would go completely round the earth In no solar time ut nil, for the sun would always be Just over his head and to htm It would bo 12 o'clock all tho time If he measured time by the position of the sun. He would not experience any night at all and so would have twenty-fou- r hours of sunlight. Hut It has actually taken him twenty-fou- r hours to get around, so the time when ho reached his starting place ugaln would be 12 o'clock noon all right, but 'would be a day later than when he started. So It can be readily seen that some meridian on the earth's surface must be picked out as the starting point of a new day, and the chosen one lies utmost entirely In the Pacific ocean. Every Week. A Try Want Ad Today We. are Colonial Columns making a special price on these columns. Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you prices on all material. 1 1 PALM BEACH SUITS Cleaned and Pressed i M Cloverport Planing Mill, : Cloverport, Ky. Summer Clothes must bo fresh and clean. Let us take charge of yourclcun-ing- , pressing and repairing. Office and Plant Near Depot uo you want to oe "movie yueen?" Then go to DOCTOR'S HOBBY. There Was a Quoer Twist to the End of Peebles' Experiments. life-ter- con-vic- Miss Jane Hambleton has returned American In French Aviation Corps Get His Third Citation. home from Michigan tor a visit to her William Thaw of Pittsburgh, who Is mother, Mrs. Adele Hambleton. serving as an aviator in the French Hon. Chas, L. Wedding, of Evans-- . army, has Just received tils third citaville, Ind., was at the Pate House Sun tion In tho orders of tho day. tie has been' detailed to tho dangerous work day, en'route to the Tar Springs. German batHenry Dutschke, of Holt, is feeding of locatlug and observlugor three miles teries, often situated two 100 head of Berkshire hogs on corn and behind tho first line. clover.- - It is a fine bunch of hogs. Recently while Hying low one shell maMiss Louise Whitehead is home from broko Immediately beneath his chine. It Is tho German's custom to fire threu test shells to locate uu aviator's range. As soon as tho first shell broko Thaw Inimedjately started to rlso and then dlvo to avoid the two ensulug shells. A moment later one shell exploded a short distance In front and tlio third Sco that tho childrens' teeth nro ono directly behind. A piece of slump-ne- l curried away u portion of tho tall, in pood shtino boforo school uud for u moment the machine appeared lost. Thaw succeeded in rightthun work and health will ing It, regululng control, turned and, after passltig through u hot rlllo tire, bo better if this is done. landed safely Inside tho French lines. The general commanding tho divi sion, who witnessed tho feat, asked to bo presented to tho aviator, as he wished to compliment him. Thaw was immediately brought before Juo general. The following morning tho citation appeared In, the prder.of the,' day. W, A. WALKER, Dentist, There was a Hrltlsh physician named Uobert Peebles who treated a sensation In Loudon uud Kdluburgh several years ago by hli Insistent coaxing of athletes for the privilege of studying their bodies after death. Peebles had bueu experimenting with the muscles and hud arrived at what his associates termed a fantastic notion that fcome sort of operation could be performed on the leg of the humuu runner so that his speed could be InLeapers and high Jumpers creased. were his hobby, and hi the course of live years It was estimated that he hud examined the leg muscles of nearly a thousand men, niaklug comparisons with the running nnd leaping muscles of the frog, the deer, tho greyhound and other animals. Peebles was a man of means, and after he had succeeded In Inducing half a. dozen athletes of reputation to "will hint their legs" tho attention of surgeons was attracted. They took the matter under consideration at one of their quarterly meetings uud warned Peebles they would have lilm committed to a sanitarium if he continued his Strange pursuit. Peebles defied them, and they had a commission appointed. While his sanity was being tested Peebles died. In his will ho bequeathed Exhis brain to the commission. change. BERRY & MORRISON CLOVER P0I5T, KY. Interesting Talk. Ill tho days of Henry Clay, a Kentucky farmer sent a servant to Lexington with a note for the president of a certain bank. When thu man returned ho said to his master: "I met SI arse Henry Clay, In the bank and had a conversation with him." "Indeed! And on what topic did you aud Mr. Clay conyejso'" inquired1 tho master with Interest. Tho darky removed his 'hat uud "Saya bow. made a Mr. Clay to me." And another very low how. "And 1 tho same to Mr. ' Clay." Everybody's. An " A 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 Phone No. 10 A Good Flour For The Jobbers- PROFITABLEGets Repeat Orders Parents Mr. Wise Guy. Mr. Wise Guy sat besldu the road watchlni; his chauffeur doctor a puncture. Presently a 'farmer, leadiuc a youthful calf, passed. "Where'd you tret tho calf, Ituho?" Mr. Wise Guy Inquired Impudently. "Set a hen on u bottle o' milk," was tho reply. And Mr. WIso Guy was moan enough to threaten to tiro the chauffeur for laughing. Indianapolis News. A Good Flour For The Bakers- PR0FITABLE Makes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write us bo-gin- s, Do it Nctol KardtasbHrg, Ky. ,m ;. C lir Btok. ot Htrdlstburi A Trytt Want Ad. if you want qutefciresuks? a -" Try Figure It Out. Whero It Would Do Eliminated. A beggar boy asked uu old gentle"Well, Aunt Dinah," asked the cook's man hi the street for sixpence. young mistress, "arc you going to have "What will you do with It If I glvo tho word 'obey' eliminated from tho j 011 0110V asked the old gentleman. marriage ceremony V" "Turn It Into ulnepeiice quick," re"Xo, chile, I ain't." said Aunt Dinah, plied tho boy. "but I sho' am gwlnter hah It done "HowV" 'limited from do matrimony." Ladles' "Glvo mo the sixpence mid I'll soon Homo Journal. show you." Tho boy got tho money, darted off Unusual Case. to a baker's shop and bought u thrco Mrs. Snapp Aud why do you think penny loafr with which he returned Mrs. Do rank queer': Mrs. llapp-We- ll, to tho old gentleman and handed him sho has everything on earth to back 3 pennies. make her happy and still she's happy. "How's tills? You said you would New York Globe. make tho sixpence Into ulnepcnce.',' "So I have. Tho baker's got threeAll la not lost If a man still has the pence, you've got threepence; and I've frit to smile. Detroit Free 1'rcss. ." got a three penny loaf. That's' Pearson's Weekly. ntne-Dence- LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewispbrt, Ky. REGISTERED t..,., f POLAND CIA ...c GILTS f "A W.wl-i.- . 200 pounds. Will weigh up to W. J. OWEN & Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grand- - ) i 'P Prices $20 and $25. 1 SONS, Route 1, Hardinsburg, Ky. n.. J ,i - t Try our up to date job work Who'll Be Sue? , 1. . SENSATIONAL AND STUPENDOUS HIPPODROME SHOW Greatest Acts of Vaudeville and Circus Booked For 8 the Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 13-1- Come to Hardinsburg! I jy L. C. TAUL Insurance Office j 1 Cloverport, Kentucky i We We We We We have the largest graded school in the county. have the County High School, nine months. have the largest Catholic parochial school in this section. are plentifully supplied with churches. have electric lights and will have water works in the f near ruuure. have an moving picture house. 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-date nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Fire.' Litrhtnlno-D a - ToriT I $ I Qc30i3fo1foirofaoBf P Wt fi m Walls & Trent Livery, Feed and We We 1 We M We P ll m Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains 1 m Hardinsburg, : Ky czioizzfo1folfo1c30Ei3 Dr. Pi. P. Kunnecke f Veterinary Surgeon regard to the lots.) M Office Trent & Walls' Liierj Stable m i 11 In fact, if there is anything that we have not got that is M needed to make this the most delightful place in the world to live, just come on and help by becoming A one of us and we will get it. A good, plain, common sense community in which to M raise your children or to spend the afternoon of life, m Prepared to Treat all Animal Diseases Special Attention Given Calls at all Hours 1o DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg Ky. M. E. CHURCH, SUNDAY SoutSf SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a ni. each Sunday. COMMERCIAL CLUB ! All visitors and strangers are invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, cordf-all-y as? Box 144 Hardinsburg, Ky. m Notice HIGH Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary Jefferson School THOUSANDS TRAPPED-BBreckinridge Circuit Court. NEW NARCOTIC DRUG ACT. T B.Simmons, Plaintiff. Vs. Notice of Claims. O Simmons, Administrator and Phyisicians and Druggists Fall Into Nat L. Heirs, Defendants. by Harrison Law. Set All persons having claims against the estate of L. C. Simmons, deceased, "Some evidence of the effort being are noiifled to present them at my made by the coverument to enforce the duly proven as required by law on Harrison narcotic dru act is shown' or before October 1, 1 9 5 . physl-by the fact that the number of LEE WALLS, ciiins and drucKlsts so far arrested for j alleged violations of Its provisions has Master Commissioner of the Breckinridge Circuit Court. reached Into the thousands." declared Dr. II. It. Khces of the bureau of the treasury department. SANTA DRAWN INTO WAR. "We are contending with two great problems In enforcing the law," the Children to Protest Because They Can't "One Is the physidoctor continued. Get Toys From Germany. cian, who will write u prescription Secretary Ionising need not be surwhen there Is no necessity for his so prised if one of these inoruiugs when doing, and the other Is the druggist lie reaches his otlice lie Minis waiting who sells without the proper prescrip- for liiin little plump old gentleman tion. Most of the arrests hare been with long white, wearing, like some from these two classes of violators of of the womeu these days. Milliliter fur the law, though, of course, some ped- end bearing In his baud a formidable dlers of the drug have been apprepetition, signed by nil the boys and hended. girls of America, protesting agalust the "Under the present conditions, how- British orders In council. ever, every peddler'ihust get his supply There Is reason to suspect that this from some source over which we keep gentleman. Mr. S. Claus. Is really it vrutcb, so that Is n phase of the work n and that bis orlg- which can finally be checked up, though lnal name was Krlss Krlngle. The not. of course. Immediately In all cases. cause that Is expected to bring him One of the principal troubles now Is down from the north pole to brave Authnt prior to March 1, when the law gust weather In Washington Is the Inwent Into effect, u number of druggists terference of the British blockade with stocked up with morphine sulphate, co-- 1 his Importations of Christmas toys ralne and other forbidden drugs and from Germany. JJjcn failed to enter them all on tbelr It Is estimated by several persons In Inventory. In such coses, unless we I Santa's, confidence,, notably by .Arthur can 'get the goods on them.' they tuny G. Hayes,' an Amerlcaj attorney for dispose of large quantities of the drugs several American toy importing Arms, at fabulous profits through selling to that $15,000,000 worth of German toyn persons who have no prescriptions, and for America will be held up. of-f- ie 1 1 c 11 11 11 German-AmericaI I f Law. VELOCITY STARS. COMPLETE devil feats to the minute than any competitors in the show world. They do all the sensational midair Hying and trapeze balancing ever attempted and. It Is claimed, add hair raising accomplishments individual to themselves alone. The Dellmeade Company Is a muState I'alr. sical aggregation of ten which boasts Secretary Dent lias bent every energy live classical beauties who are said to toward securing turns which will pro- be stunning in looks and gowning. vide a vivid contrast and u decided sen- Their offering Is likewise said to be a sation, and the show as a whole will distinct novelty and one of the most live up to the bllllm: of Hippodrome. delightful ever appearing In vaudeville. Supreme anions the banner attracThe I'lccollnl Acrobats are absolute tions listed stand Oscar Iwandes' muscular marvels, and the lifting, bal- equestrian net. In which Lowandcs and lancliig. carrying and wrestling offered his beautiful ulrl partner perforin ' by them are sensational In the extreme. amazing bareback stunts and tnllyho s In entertaining contrast to these feats. The act I" splendidly staged and will be an aggregation of acrobatic costumed and aside from its marvels comedians who combine uproariously of horsemanship anil acrobatic art funny clowning with some really sklll-- I as pleturexpie and pleasing to the eye fill and Interesting acrobatic work. as sculptured groups from a master Thirty-livrichly and kaleldoscopl- band cally arrayed musicians designated as Life, motion, color and tliril! will the Hoyal Hussar Hand and an equally characterize the turn of the Hns.nn large number of harmony dispensers Ben All Troupe of Aratdau dancers, known as the Scotch Highlander Playword twlrlers, leapers and tumblers. ers will be an Important and enjoyable The Cevene Troupe are aerial artists feature of the Hippodrome and night who are said to perform more dare horse show exhibitions. by the slant oval a ml of the $100.))0 there will be offered each evening, bcKinnin;; at 7::tU, at tins Kentucky Stute Fair an acgregu-Uoof feature acts which are declared to constitute one of the Kreatest entertainments of the kind ever offered at a Their Fearful Rat FIIAMKI) n of Speed In Space Puzzling. The average velocity of stars ranges from about six kilometers, or between three and four miles, per second for "young" stars to about thirty kilometers per second for "old" ones. Hut notable exceptions occur. At Mount Wilson solar observatory of the Carnegie Institution some stars have been found to move with velocities of 141, 150, 170, 233, 310 and even 325 kilometers per second, the highest speed Is Somewhat ire LLJJ. nth year opens Oct, 3. Stc- ondtermJan.3. Prepare for bar la Allstate AcceratotlcourtsandMarfO p TWO YEAK COUILSE. do. Bureau. Tuition libraries, easily payable.ForFRKKcatalotueand Handsome lzxli puotone Etching of Thomas Jefferson ready to frame, write ELLIOTT FENNEBAKER, Sec'y, UiisrOIe, ft I Remember, I Remember. art-Ist- 1 I e I Pheasant, Duck, Goose and Deer New Feature For Kentucky State AWONDKKr'UU for the Kentucky State Fair will be the showing of every variety of pheasant, deer, wild duck and goose native to Fair placed have been feeding them regularly and report that they have become quite tame. Quail will also be Included In the Importation of birds, and perhaps even to peddlers. this country The State Fair manage- !i.000 will be brought Into the state "We ore working the druggists ment has apportioned spacious grounds from Mexico. This vuriety of quail Is against the physicians In the hope of for the pens and cages In which the native to Kentucky, but Mexico Is the checking up those who do not seek to nucleus of a wonderful zoo Is to be j only place where the birds can be se-- I comply with the spirit oftthe Inw. Tho Introduced during the celchrulloti of cured for restocking. druggist can tell, by the size of the Sept. and. In fael. the specimens Two thousand live hundred pairs of doses, whether the purchase Is legitiof pheasant already secured by the i:nglMi ring neck pheasants were liber-atemate. If the drug Is for an addict the I'alr management under the auspices In Kentucky recently, and a doses should be gradually reduced. On and direction of the Stale Fish and large number of Prince of Wales the other hand, for .an incurable, to Cmue Commission place Kentucky's pheasants were placed In the lowlands whom the drug is glveu merely to re-- 1 collection second only to the largest of the Purchase, to widen section they' Hove pain, tho doses should show a In the world, which Is a part of the zoo are especially adapted. Iteeves pheasmild rate of Increase, as naturally to at llrooklyn. ... ants have been sent In large quantities assuage tho same pain the amount of The State FNh and Came Commis- to the mountains and varicolored pheasnarcotic tnuBt be constantly Increased, sion Is making every effort to replenish ants to the Interior sections of the "Our Inspectors, of course, could dethe almost entirely depleted stock of state. tect the Oiling of prescriptions at difpheasants In Kentucky and has reAll of these and every other existing ferent drug stores on Inspecting the cently Imported from Hnglnnd large variety of pheasant will be exhibited narcotic prescription files of every flocks of breeders, which have been In the Statu Fair collection, as will the store and would at once look Into any placed throughout the state. Special Japanese. Kngllsh fallow and natlv suspicious case.' precautious have been taken for the American deer. I IK-Id instructive ami protection of the birds, and farmers ob planned whose land the pheasants have been yet known. These high velocity stars are sometimes described as runaways because they seem to be quite beyond the control of the gravitational power of the universe. At their speed the attraction of the entire known stellar system would bo wholly Insufficient to check the star's career through space. The astronomer, Simon Newcomb, once calculated that the maximum velocity attained by a body starting with velocity zero at an Infinite distance and passing through .a stellar system containing 100,000,000 stars each flye times as massive as our sun and distributed throughout a disklike spheroid of certain extent cannot, exceed 40 kilometers per second. Yet the star "Groombrldge 1880" has a speed nearly nine times this value, 'and the massive star Arcturus has a speed probably four times this value. If existing velocities owe their magnitudes tn the gravitation of the system the quantity of attracting matter In the whole stellar system would have to be at least eighty times ,that assumed by the calculations of "Professor Newcomb. Baltimore Annul- can. I remember, I remember, Tbe bouse wbere I was bom; The little window where the sun Came peeping In at morn. You'd hardly know the old place now. For dad Is up to date. And the farm Is scientific From the back lot to the gate. The house and barn are lighted With bright acetylene. The engine In the laundry Is run by gasoline. We have stlos, we have autos. We have dynamos and things. A telephone for gossip And a phonograph that sings. A lot of college graduates Are working In his place. The hired man has left us. We mlss.hl3.homely.face; There's an engineer and fireman, A chauffeur and a vet, 'Lectrlclan and mechanic Oh, the farm's run right, you bet! The little window where the sun Came peeping In at mom, Now brightens up a bathroom That cost a car of corn. Our milkmaid Is pneumatic And she's sanitary, too. But dad gets fifteen cents a quart For milk that once brought two. Our cattle, cam from, Jersey, And the hogs' are The sheep are Bouthdown beauties And the hens are Plymouth Itock. To have the best of everything. That Is our .aim and plan. For dad not only farms It, But he's a business man. Canadian Courier. I ' I tipevlal cut rat excursions will be Coupon books of six day tickets at ran Into Loulsvllfe over all lines and 2 and six night tickets at II for tba from all part of toe state during Ken-ac- 7 Ksntucky Bute fair. Sept. will State Fair wee. Rapt U-1b ou saW Auc. 10 until Sept 11. 13-1- Any skin itching Is a temper tester. Rheumatism, Scrofula and all hu- The more you scratch the worse it ' mors of the blood give way when you itches. Doan's Ofntment Is for piles, take Number 40. the great cure for, eczsms any skin itching sOc at all drug stores. blood poison. Try a bottle from Drug Store. It will give vou re life. j There Are Lots of Them, Hokus Old Gotros Is devoted to muThe Colossus of Rhodes. lenv-In- g The remains of the Colossus of sic. There Is u clause In his will $2.1.000 to establish a home for poor Rhodes have been dispersed beyond How Inadequate! possibility of recovery or even of trac- singers. Poluis millions wouldn't begin to ing. It stood for llttlo more than half Twenty-fiv- e houso all the poor singers. I.lfe. a century and then. In 224 B. C, wu overthrown by nu earthquake. The Good Reaeon. Rhodlaus raised from benevolent out- -' "So you have written n book on alders large sums of money for Its restoration, but divided the fund among cemented basements. But why did you themselves, asserting that the oracle choose such1 a siihJectT' "Because I wanted It to be among of Delphi had forbidden them to set A houmbo'd remedy in America for it up again. So there the ruin lay uu Jbe best cellni." Baltimore American. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. til 072 A. D.. when the Saracens sol4 M year Knowledge U power, but it won't ""or cuts sprains, burns, scald, It to a Jewish merchant, who load4 tM placw of gasoline. Ka 90 caaaala and west away literall- y- tax voltes. 25c and jOc. At all drug Zity Joral. with tfee brass. Losdea Rpactater. teraft. Ved-ding- 's No. 40 for the Blood For Cuts and Sores. Karris. Healing Remedy comtt la concentrated form. To It you add a pint of linseed oil, If you want a healing oil, or a pound of lard or vaselina We guaranteed If you want a salve that tills makes vou a full pint ot better healing medicine than iiytblng jou ever used uo nutter what tbe price. Why should you pay mealaj&u; prices fer simple oil or laid or vate lini-for ai at U'tdaiin'i Drug Store, Ciuverpsit, Ky. Her Pets to Be Killed. TMrtr rate M otbw peU of Mm. WMUsAbr ijaUriiN MusiM at 9mm, M Haaaiat to twr & N, HOW AMERICANS AND DAY WK NIGHT Administration Building and Infirmary, Hazelwood HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PAI.ATABLEP Sanatorium, Louisville Better Than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) ' TO RELIEVE PI I t M EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well ns a Remedy for Chills nnd Fevers, Malarial Fevers Fevers, Just what you need nt this season. Try II. and llllious Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Don'i Tike Any Substitute. At Druggists, Ambulance Corps Vividly Described by a Member. Physicians and Nurses Take Their Cars to the Very Thick of Desperate Fighting. o oO M Robinson - Pettet Company LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Incorporated PREPARED BY 50c ind $1.00 Bottles l, II.MA.M It. MJItUY. a Prince which was the second n weak and ton graduate, bus written bloody hand crept out and closed over from Hie Held a vivid and mine ns wo lifted him, and from n Interesting description of the mouth which I could not see came the work of the American Volunteer Motor whlsner. 'Lcs Amcrlcalnes.' "At B o'clock we had our second trip, Ambulance corps, which has been dowhich brought us back in time for din ing effective service with more Hum the doctors' mess. At 7:30 the the only place In Kentucky Tor 'twenty cars for the wounded of th" ner nt trembled, nnd our glasses rang rrpuiS building, with adjacent cottages. houise ept for the .fclTerson county (n iptIll1 ()f (1n. (.IS(. (lf ,,ori.lls., French army. nga In ns the first of n series of heavy , institution. Waverly Hills Sanatorium and tlhe little Jackson Hill Sana The American Volunteer Motor Am- shells fell In the village. A buglo rang torium nt l'ailucah. White patients In all stages of the disease may hero re-- I bulance corps was organized at the out- out In the shadowy main square three celve the essentials of treatment- - namely, medical supervision, fresli nlr, rest break of the war by Itlchard Norton, sharp notes, 'gardez vous' and wo nnd correct diet. The rates ate SIH'iO per week. Any person Interested In son of the late Professor Charles Kllot know that in every building In the vil- obtaining treatment hero should addie-- s Dr. Oscar O. Miller, Itesldent PhysiNorton. It Is supported almost entire- lage blue clad figures were scurrying Delivery Not 2, Louisville. ICy. The ly by American subscriptions, and into the black cellars thousands of cian, Hazelwood Sanatorium. Kural Free head nurse Is Miss Catherine Hoeo of Louisville. humanitarian them. prominent' sorlety and Prominent physicians from all sections of the slate comprise the medical lenders of Washington have carried on Close to Bursting Shell. advisory board, of which Dr. Ap Morgan Vance Is chairman. F. A. Sampson campaigns for Its support. "Boom! A sudden explosion on the Is superintendent. It Is composed principally of Americans, though some Englishmen who other side of the town that .sounded like stage cannon In 'Shenandoah; n could not light from physical disabilities also have Joined It. Most of the sudden high pitched wall with an InAmerican volunteers are college grad- termittent hiss in It like a rocket with shell n crooked stick, uates. burst less than 100 yards from us with A Day at the Front. a tearing, shattering report that bowed "The American Volunteer Motor Am- us over our plates ns though a leaden VII.-H- oru corps, attached to the Second bulance pipe had been dropped across our nrmy In the north of France French On Woman's Sphere necks. Blnco October, has removed to a new The question of Woman Suffrage Is an Issue beforo "And so It went for thirty minutes basis less than six miles behind the until the shelling ceased as suddenly as tho American people. Twelve states have adopted It, lines." Mr. Horry writes. "An Immedi- it had begun. The modeein chef gave four more states vote upon It this fall and It is strongly ate result has been the establishment us each an extra glnss of cognac, which urged that it become n platform demand ot the national of single guard cars nt three points we gratefully swallowed in one gulp. political parties. It Is therefore the privilege and the directly on the line and In front Of the Les bodies on dlt: "Hon solrl"' he guns. duty of every voter to stud carefully this subject Hon. said, laughing, and It was a pleasant "Perhaps 1 can best give you an Idea thing to find oneself laughing too. Elihu Hoot, tn discussing uiis question beforo tho Constiof the kind of work the guard cars do tutional Convention of New York, recently said in part: "As the church bell was tolling 11 my first twenty-fou- r by n description of "I am opposed to the granting of suffrage to women, o'clock that night a sudden light shone hours at a post less than half a into our eyes, and we looked from our because I ueiievc that it would bo a loss to women, to all mile or so behind the trenches. blankets at a sleepy orderly who stood women nnd to every woman; and because l bellevo It "Two of us on a two stretcher, three in the stable doorway nnd beckoned would bo an Injury to the State, and to every man and ambulance with a ghostly forefinger. sitter Do Launey-Bellvll- e every woman In the State. It would be useless to argue this If the right of arrived at the appointed village a lit " 'Hill 71. nt once,' ho said hoarsely suffrage were a natural right. If It were a natural right, then women should mlddav. V'c found the doe. and clattered away down the courthave It though the heavens fall. But If there bo any one thing settled in tne of two of yard, looking gigantic behind his cantnrs and stretcher bearers long discussion of this subject. It Is that suffrage is not n natural right, but Is the four regiments we were to serve dle fiame. simply a menus of government, and the sole question to be discussed Is installed in a one story farmhouse, the "Without a single light, but with a whether government by the suffrage of men and women will bo better govcovered barnyard entrance to which cloudy moon to guide us, the car moved ernment than by the suffrage of men nlone. was the shelter our car was to occupy along the deserted streets, feeling its Into my judgment, sir, there enters no element of the Inferiority of woman. It Is not that woman Is Inferior to man, but It Is that woman Is while awaiting orders. way through the tree shadows. Sentries nre Jumpy folk at these hours, different from man; that In the distribution of powers, of capacities, of Called to the Trenches. adapted to Maker has and a moving lantern In the middle of qualities, ourthe economy created manand society, the performance of certain of nature and woman adapted to the "At 2:30 ). m. there came a telephone the road brought us to a dead stop functions In performance of other functions. order from the 'Premier Post de Sen .tipAn.r irkiil vlrnt' frntn thn Woman rules today by tho sweet nnd noble Influences of hor character. cours at the trenches for the 'Volture darkness nt the side marked where a Put woman Into tho arena of conflict and she abandons theso great weapons Amerlcalne' to report there Immediate- rifle probably covered us. which control tho world, and she takes Into her hands, feeble and nerveless ly. Slowly we crawled through streets "The password and then on again for strife, weapons with which she is unfamiliar and which she Is unable to littered with the debris of shell shat- until 'Hill 71' was reached. This time wield. Woman In strife becomes hard, harsh, unlovable, repulsive; as far tered bouses and walls, and by sentries we left the car as close against the removed from that gentle creature to whom we all owe allegiance and to Who demanded the password at the nearest dugouts ns possible, for now whom we confess submission, as tho heaven is removed from the earth. bayonet's point. Further on a cluster the stray and wild bullets were The whole science of government Is tho science of protecting life and of supply and ammunition trains in a liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In the divine distribution of powers, overhead and along the road us back, but a sud- as thick as June bugs around a candle, country lane kept the duty and the right of protection rests with the male. It Is so throughden turn to the left showed a white nnd, though most were stopped by the out nature. It Is so with men. and I, for one, will never consent to part ribbon of empty road that wound up barricades or flew too high, there were with the divine right of protecting my wife, my daughter, the women I I the women ,jrer a high ridge before us. Innocent plenty looking for n billet. A dim red whom nndlove, andthat high dutywhomthe respect, exercising the birthright of man, In place weak and nerveless hands of those Ijjktooked and luvltlng. light showed us the 'Poste de Secours.' designed by God to be protected rather than to engage In the stern warfare ''"We opened the throttle wide and of government. In my judgment, this whole movement arises from a false Surgeon's Night Work. rushed to the summit to find ourconception of the duty and of the right of both men and women. passage and In full view of the German guns selves "We shuffled down its The time will never come when the line of demarcation between the was and trenches, while in the surface of entered. One of two lanterns functions of the two sexes will be broken down. I bellevo It to bo false phithe road we Jolted over old shell marks smoking badly, and It wns through a losophy; I believe that it Is an attempt to turn backward upon the lino of gaped at us like manholes. Down the haze that we saw, nt one end of n social development, nnd that If the step ever be taken, wo go centuries backfar side of the ridge we dropped at full chamber perhaps forty feet long by ward on tho march towards a higher, a nobler and a purer civilization, which must be found not in the confusion, but In the higher differentiation of tho speed, holding our breath, lint no ten wide. In which one had to stoop, Boxes. shells fell, and no bullets, and we In- five or six slightly wounded infantry wardly congratulated ourselves as we men- - nsleep on tho straw which cover- - j THE NARROW BOSPORUS. drew up near the dug out shelters hid- ed the earthen floor; at the other end The Clerk Guaranteed It. den in n hollow behind the French a rude operating table, from which two second line, where we found an orderly orderlies wero lifting the cause of our At .Its Greatest Width It Measures Only 9,838 Feet. waiting for us beside a final sentry. journey. In a corner the surgeon was "A customer came Into my store the ml... 1, ...!.... I...... .1 "Hero the car was turned around and washing his red hands In n basin. other day and said to one of the clerks, the stretchers shouldered, for wo had That was all. ous submarine rocks or shoals. The 'have you nuythiui; that will cure "But perhaps not quite all. reached n point beyond which the ami locality of these few is Indicated by diarrhoea?' and my clerk went and got bulance might not go, since the road, "The orderlies whispered encourag- ' lighthouses or buoys. The water is ,t bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, which led straight on to the German ingly Into ears that did not hear ns only slightly tinged with salt and is him heavily barricaded at Inter- they strove to quiet the rolling to and inarvelously clear. The sands, glltter-- I Cholera ir,d Diarrhoea Kemedy, and lines, was fro of the bundle of red and white ing apparently near the surfnee. may said to him, 'if this does not cure you, vals of fifteen meters. I will not charge you a cent for it.' "The Premier Poste de Secours was bandage which was a head or bound be twenty feet below. some way down the road, and we hur- to the stretcher tho twitching arms and On a map, of whatever scale, each So he took it home and came back in a ried townrd It with the orderly. When legs In which the broken nerves were of those familiar straits, which cleave day or two and said he wns cured," wo reached It this first aid dressing struggling. Presently, however, they lands and continents asunder, seems writes J. II. Herrv & Co., Salt Creek, station proved to be a dugout chamber stooped, lifted nnd passed out under hnrdly more than a silvery thread. Va. Obtainable evei vwh-irfive feet below ground, reached by an the stars. We started to follow with Yet ns one sails over their famous waInclined plane much as one enters to the accoutcrinents nnd rllle, but the ters the opposing shores on cither the tomb chamber of the great pyramid surgeon dried his hands and stopped hand sometimes appear far away. Tho Quarantined. us. In silence he picked up nn infanof Cheops. In one of the little mountain towns strait of Gibraltar, which wrests Afritry tunic, bloodstained nnd cut Into Wounded Hen Waiting. sixteen miles wide: of the south a Chautauipia meeting ribbons by shrapnel and his scissors. ca from Europe, is forcing Its way be- wns held last summer for tho first that of Messina, "Here we found our men, wounded From an inside pocket he drew a lettween Italy nnd Sicily, is from two to time. The fact was advertised for but fifteen minutes before, ready for ter, creased and smeared with blood. some dlstunco round the town, but tho os. One had a rifle bullet through his "'Gardes bleu pour lul.' he said as twelve; that of Bonifacio, which, Hko older negroes especially did not underhead; the other was riddled with shrap- he handed It to us, nnd Just Inside the a blade of steel, cuts Corsica and Bap stand what It was all about. llnla apart, is seven miles in width at nel. Both wero in pretty bad shape, envelope we could see n piece of pressAcross the front of the little Hotel of the shrapnel case especially, bnt as we ed white lilac, as clean nnd unspotted its most contracted point: even the the village was flung n banner bearing first on to the stretcher his as on the day some one who had been Dardanelles expands from over one to the ono word "Chautauqua." lifted the four. eyes opened, and be smiled at us, left behind bad put It there. Up to hotel ono day drove an old But the illusion ns to dlstnuce creat- negro luthis While from the distorted bundle of "We were glad nftcr all that one of a one horse wagon containing by the map is reality us to the Bosed light blue uniform and red bandage the lanterns wns smoking." vegetables, which he hoped to porus. Off Buyoulidereh. where it at- a few sell to the proprietor, as he had dono tains its largest breadth. Its hemmed on former occasions. But when he in waters broaden to only 0,833 feet, saw tho banner with its ominous word s miles. Beor about one nnd ho was seized with fright nnd would tween Itoumell nissnr and Anadoll not go into the building or even get of out they shrink to Illssar of his wagon. When the proprietor 1,011 feet. these dimensions, or to Killed. Wounded. Total. Prisoners. appeared tho old fellow Inquired nervA. ously, "What dlseaso Is you nil quar460,000 660,000 France 1,300,000 From "Constantinople," by Edwin 180,000 Grosvenor. antined for. boss?" Youth's Compan181,000 200,000 England 90,000 471.000 ion. 1 nnd-ban- g!-a DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: JS:S:llyVM. A'wiij ( In eflire ilurlnp Hire In nrfc Inlngton, Ky. Hampshire Bucks For Sale! We liuve several yearlinii buck for sale nt SI5.00 eaeli. uur oOO lb. Suite Fuir Winner. W. R. MOORMAN & SON. Sired hy ::: Glen Dean, Ky. OUR PUBLIC FORUM Elihu Root Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Solicits putroimpe of (Jloverport Business Bath $1.50 Men and Shoppers ftafter a Fashion Forecast Number In the September ! Woman's Home Companion Fiction, Art, Music and Verse Special (Articles: Handicraft, Cooking, Stories for the Young Readers. All about the FALL FASHIONS and manv other articles D 6j in Copy Price per .. jt ,1'L j Weddings Drug Store ( TO SUBSCRIBERS this blank in rencwiiiL' vour Kindlv I'leu.--e examine the label on your paper. If your snl)eription i due, the Kditor will uppreemto payment. ii.--c siib.-criotio- n. ( I RENEWAL ORDER T1IK MtKOIvKNUlDGK NEWS, Ci.ovi:itroitT, Enclosed tind , Ky. which apply to my sub- - bcription account. Namk Apdkkms. 14,398,000 TOLL OF 10 MONTHS OF ill four-flfth- one-sixt- h Belgium Russia Germany Austria Turkey Tojkals 49,000 1,250,000 1,630,000 1,610,000 110,000 49,000 1,680,000 1,880,000 1,865,000 144,000 15,000 850,000 490,000 910,000 95,000 5,290,000 6,478,000 2,630,000 113,000 Scrawny Calves. 3,780,000 4,000,000 What tnnkes a ctlf tcrawnv off Its 4,385,000 ferd? (Sernn pnltej in the In 349.000 tetlne. Why not free them of this trouble? If you will give the calf some 14,398,000 U. A. Thorn is Steele Kerned y in it DVTCE8 from Paris give tho The outstanding feature of the above above figures as losses of Eu- - comipiitatlon. npart from Its staggering ropo In the great war up to .1. is the proportion of killed to May 31 as compiled by tho wounded. In former waw the dead French ministry of war. Whlio not nnd wounded have usunllv worked out accepted as exact, the figures are' th In the ratio of one to four or flvo. The first otllolnl record of the wnr'd casual- nbeve table shows n ratio of five to ties, Sep l is not included Jn the list. tlx A i Tossing in a uianKct. Tossing lu the blanket Is u very old sport or punishment. "P.lanketlug" Hen Joiis.m cu'JimI It, anil lu Ilnllushed (ir57l we llml n Ueiiun' l.itlon of "Jesting, plalelug. blanketing end such other exercises." llllthle and dishonorable feed, within a week ynu will see It The French have n special verb, i "bonier." for It. "horno" being the b whu.nUpandinrour or five week , or blanket name given tn ilie C4,' C,0,t' vou w." 1 knov used "berner' N rfundlbt used.the The verb punishment, also which lbut a fcw ceoU aml lu Moorish if it doesn't do - e say. I' or sale at for men hold the, victim by his anfour Wedding's Druu Store, (Jloverport, Ky. kles and wrists mid send iilm ns high ns they eon presumably with no blan. Subscribe ket to catch htm. which" do develop mid Hileceed lu punch. Ing n hole through the egg shell with their little tails and emerging Into a 8eUnc Oufdoi IMatur In Raising fn watery world do so only to find quick Young Fish. lodgment In some larger Ash. Tin- - brook trout Is a nest builder, but Ah a foster parent the trout culturlst (loon not! belong to the Kroup of UsU is n greater success than' Dame Nature. wblt'li cures for Its esss oml ouni;. Tho latter, under tho most favorable Wlicii tlio function ot egt; laying 1b circumstances, rarely succeeds in hatch, coinpletoil nnd tlio nest covered with ing more than 10 per cent of tho eggs gravel tlio parent fish seem to feel that deposited, while tho former expects to tlielr whole duty lias been performed, develop into wiggling fishes nearly CO and they depart, leaving both eggs and per cent of the eggs obtained. the young when they are hatched to the care of nature, and nature, It must bo confessed. Is generally neglectful of Recommends her charge. Colic, Cholera and DiarKarly In autumn the mature brook BROOK TROUT." j Chamberlain's Today toms of hhoals and spring runs. Hero with nose and tins they hollow out a shallow basin and make It scrupulously clean. This Is their nest, and over the bottom the eggs are scattered, covered with gravel, and their duty to posterity Is ended. Only a small proportion of tho eggs deposited naturally are fertilized, and many of theso are destroyed by Rpawn eating tlalies.. Most of the. tiny fish trout In pairs neeU the gravelly bot- rhoea Remedy. "I never hesitate to rccommerd Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol Williams, merchant, Jesse, Tcun, "I sell more of It thau any other preparations I have used it my of like character. self and found It cave me more relief than anything else I have ever tried Obtainable lor the same purpose.1' ' everywhere. 1 HARDINSBURG GREETS COUNTYFAIR GUESTS Many Cwne to Visit During the Breckenridge County Home Coming and. Agricultura To Our Many Friends: We want to handle your Hides, Horse Hides, Wool, Roots, Etc. When you ship to us you are guaranteed the highest market prices, prompt returns and a square deal. Our Mr. Isaac Rosenbaum sends his kindest Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for a. m dM i nri v m vy HlK miiri WHERE Hid 43 Years? n ULU KEjUWUL r$ . Shtw. TOWN PEOPLE ENTERTAIN I am climbing a dificult road, but the clory that attends success elves me strength lorthciaoor. rropemus Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Mrs. Lec Bishop wishes to announce regards to his many old friends in Breckinto customers and friends that she has a line of fall millinery goods on hands ridge county. A large assortment of the Sport Caps, and Veils to match. Get ready for th Fair. 0 Mrs. I'oyton Claycomb, of Webster, has been the guest of her cousin, Miss Huth Chainbliss. Miss Lottie Handy, stenographer for 307-31East Market Street the Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co. 1 spent Sunday in Irvington with rela : tlvcs. A game of baseball was played here HOI HOC 30C McQuady and Saturdav between score was C to 2 in Hardlnsburg. The favor of the home team. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Cumraings were Miss Clara Beard has gone to Bur "Save your money by buying your gin to visit her aunt, airs. Allen among the visitors from "Owensboro, Mr. Cummings is a son of Capt. John Edelln. coal in August.,' Heston, Whitworth & Co. Miss Esther Meadow, of Custer, has Cummlngs, of the war of the rebellion Deputy Sheriff W. C. Pate ran down Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bishop and Miss been the guest of Miss Eliza Taylor. Annie Lee Bishop entertained at six Dr. Taylor and Hubert Lyons, of a negro fot selling booze and landed o'clock dinner last Tuesday evening Irvington, attended the Masonic ban- him in jail. The invited guests were Mr. and Mrs quet here last Monday night. Miss Mary Greenwood and Miss Frank Uichardsou, of Kddy, Texas Miss Elizabeth Lane, of Munford- - Roberts were present from Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ueard, Mr. and ville, Is Miss Eliza Taylor's guest. Paul Compton, H. M. Heard and A Mrs. H. M. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Misses Anna and Ruth Kincheioc T. Beard were among the county seat Beard, Misses Hannah and Judith and Moorman Ditto attended a week visitors. Beard, Jane Lightfoot and Mary La- Newsom Gardner was on the grounds end house party at the home of John Rue Heard. having a good time himself, and see Gibson, near Irvington. Miss Kva Arms, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Davis, of Custer, and Supt. J. ing that his friends enjoyed the day. Mrs. Ad Arms, of Sample, died last W. Trent have bought an interest in E. ;C. Stallman, of Chenauit, Earl Saturday afternoon at three o'clock Fella, of Louisville, were on the the livery barn here. and was buried at Norton's Valley "Get a better grade of coal for less grounds. They renewed their subscripSunday. tions to the News with many others. money in August." Mr. Bob Robertson, of Glen Dean, Heston, Whitworth & Co. was in town on business Friday. Defy Sunburn. Mr. Stanley Gray, of Custer, was Mrs. J. L. Mattingly is HI at the the guest of friends in town last week, Arm yourself with a bottle of "Pen- home of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar The Misses Compton have returned slar Almond and Cucumber Cream" Brown, oh the 'farm near town. to their home in Allen, Texas, after an and enjoy out door amusements. 25 Rev. Jatiios K. Norman has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Paul aud 50 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. home extended visit from a month's vacation at the Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Minor of his parents, in Providence, R. I. Compton. BEWLEYVILLL. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jarboe, of An ice cream supper will be given In Evansvlllc, Ind.i are the guests of her September 2, by Hewleyville public school opened parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, the courthouse ball the Baptist Missionary Society. August 2, and is being taught by Cole on the pike. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, of man Carman, of Custer. "Declaration of war has no effect on Woodrow, have returned to their home Mrs. Wm. Corby and baby returned coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. after a visit to her mother, Mrs. A. X to Louisville last week after several Glen Kincheloe. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hoben, of days visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean, spent Saturday and Sunday here Mrs. Sallie M. Beard, Misses Mary Ben McCoy. the guests 'of his father, Mr. J. T Franklin Beard, Sarah Dean Moorman Dr. Walker, dentist, will be at Bew Hoben and family. and Mr. Walter Moorman motored to leyvllle August Mrs. Thomas Withers returned last Louisville last week. Robt. Carman and Coleman Carman Friday night from a visit to relatives Mack Brown, of Athens, Ohio, is went to Locust Hill Saturday, return and friends in Virginia. pending his vacation with his parents, ing Sunday. Miss Agnes McGill and Ida Gruber Mr and Mrs. Gus Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hicks Anderson, have returned to their homes in LouisMr. Knott Hardin, of Cloverport, of Guston, and Mr. nd Mrs. Geo, ville, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. was In town last Friday. Compton spent Sunday with Mrs. Wm, T. Smith and Mrs. Belle Smith. Miss Susie Thomas Payne, of Irv Stith. Miss Tillie Paul, of Louisville, Is ngton, will spend this week with her Henry Malin, of Brandenburg, was visiting her cousin, Miss Nora McCoy, grandmother, Mrs. Mary C. Heston. seen late Sunday evening loitering near Harr.ed. around the Will Paul blacksmith shop Miss Elnora Robertson, of GIpo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis spent Saturday and Sunday near Harned Dean, Is visiting her grandparents, ISAAC ROSENBAUM & SONS, War Declared! In Europe about a year ago. Since that time nlmost every necessity to life has advanced in price. Louisville, Kentucky We have for sale now are cheaper than they were a year ago. We arc making special prices and terms for all orders booked in the month of August. Please bear in mind that the coal which is mined in the months of July and August is much better than that which is mined later, when the mines are rushed with winter "Rush Orders." C O A'L However the dilFcrent grades of PLEASE GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW Thereby saving money and .securing hotter coal. Just think of itl Ask for prices and terms on the various grades which we have to oiler. Just any kind that you want and will need. Cumb. Phone Heston, Whitworth & Co. Hardi?sburs' The "QUALITY" is in these .IMPLEMENTS. They are no experiment but are goods that give absolute satisfaction That is what you want. Get the implements, that when you need repairs, they can be had on short notice. BLOUNT PLOWS HAVE NO EQUAL FOR GOOD WORK 25-2- with Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Pate. Mrs. Judith DcJamette and Marvin Heard, Jr., and Ralph Beard are at home from a visit to Rev. K. B. Knglish and Mrs HnglUh at Berea. Coal market. See ad. Heston, Whitworth & Co. Mrs. George Kvans has returned from an extended visit to Marion and Owensboro. Miss Agnes Hoard and brother, Hob Hoard, of Louisville, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hensley. TRUE BLUE IN WOOD Attorney Claud Mercer made a busi nesb trip to Louisville last week. STEPHENSfORT 3 AND STEEL BEAM; either right or left hand; cut 11 and 12. They sot just right to do the work RIGHT. THE ROYAL BEAUTY Miss Louise Aud, of Herndon, Va., Many May go to the County Fair is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Protracted Meeting at Bap M. Heard. Miss Ara Hendrick, of Webster, Miss Nora Driskell, of West View, and Mr. W. D. Smith, West View, attended the County Sunday School Convention that was held at the M. K. Church last Friday and Saturday. Miss Lela Hillsman, of Livermorc, ill arrive this week to be the guest of Misses Hannah and Judith Beard. Prof. J. R. Grant, of the Uulverslty f Louisville, will give a concert at at the city hall, Hardinsburg, Sept. 3. tist Church Other News. "Save money by buying your coal In August." Heston, Whitworth & Co ' Mr. L. H. Conner, of Louisville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner. Dr. Abb Moorman, of Yelvlngton, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Dowell Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Williams, of Cloverport, came up Sunday to visit Mrs. Syrena Q t has the right name. Wood beam; right or loft hand; No. !$ onlv which ll... nn m : 1. j one extra steel point. . THE CASE DISC HARROW needs no introduction; their wide reputation makes them the most popular. Built for service and wear. Prepare your seed bed with the Case Disc and Plant your Grain with a "Hoosier" or "Empire Grain Drill and then watch the dollars roll in at market time. J The "Hoosier" and "Empire" Disc 'Drills sow the wheat right. Save time and make money with the Hoosier or Empire. STOP at the CGet our prices before you buy. Get the implements !and on that have been tested by the best farmers in the county now have their indorsement. We can furnish re- -j all these implements on short notice. 4 Jarrett. If Gait House When in For a Sprained Ankle. you will get a bottle of Chamber lain's Liniment and observe the di rections given therewith faithfully, you will recover In much less time than usually required. Obtainable For Sale ! Louisville European Plan Good Rooms for $1 a Day I'iue pining Room with Kxcclleiit Scivicc and Low Prices Fine Farm of 81 acres situated 2 miles southeast of Ilardinsbuffx, on the Lcitcbfiold road. Well improved; good dwelling; tobacco and btock barn combined; woll watered: under good fonco; lay woll; level; good, rich land; 20 acres in gra&s and clover; fine stock farm. Will sell at u five-roo- m The best is always the cheapest" CLOVERPORT BARBECUE 1 Cpntluut'd (rum page B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Gardner Hawklus returned Sunday from a trip West. Archie McKaughan, of Gas City, Ind., is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Emma McKaughan. Mrs. Annie Asklns and children, of Cloverport, were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ulaine Sunday. "Declaration of war has no effect on coal." Heston, Whitworth & Co. Mrs. K. A. Blaine and son, William, of Lakeland, Fla., arrived Wednesday for a few weeks' stay. Loulsvllhj Sunday, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. W. J. Schopp. John and Allen Barbee returned from St. Louis Sunday. Rev. T. N. Compton.of OwensbolovU assisting Rev. H. S. English In a meet-Ini- r, which will continue through the week. Every one is cordially Invited to attend and take part in the splendid services. "Get a better trade of coal for less Misses Sadie and Alene Cohen, after money In August." spending the summer here, returned to Heston, Whitworth & Co. L. H. Vaughn was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam II. Dix Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son, Clifford, returned Saturday from a month's visit to Washington and Texas. Miss Uss Cashmau, who has been visiting relatives in Owensboro, returned Saturday. Coal Market, See ad. Heston, Whitworth & Co. Free Aulo-Bu- s Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS Mr. and Mrs. Anc Hooberry and two children, of McQundy, came in to attend the barbecue and give their children a sight of the Ohio river for the first time. Eli Pile, of Harned, was here, the first time in l l years Clint Elliott and daughter, Miss Nannie, came to attend the barbecue nd see relatives. James A. Dean, Jesse M. Howard and W, C. Moorman were some of the visit ors Irom Glen Dean, Joe Mattingly, of Huntlngburg, Ind., came to attend the barbecue and visit his father, Jack Mattlugly. bargain. J. N. TEAFF, Hardinsburg, Ky. Route No. 1.