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The Breckenridge news: August 25, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915082501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 25, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XL STEADY DOWN POUR WITH OF RAIN INTERFERES FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 8 of Wednesday. We are hoping to have Mies Lrachman with us. Kvsry one is is cordially invited to attend. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 25, 1915. MRS. WM. STORMS McDan-iel- s Recital at Hardinsburg DRECKENRID6E COUNTY FAIR Qood Time Thursday, Notwithstanding the Weather Fine Agricultural Show Attracts the Crowd Grand-Stan- d Rain interfered seriously with the Breckenridge county fair and only Thursday did many brave the way to attend, then without a ray of sunshine The gate receipts were $Ho. good, considering the heavy rain the opening day and no fair at all Friday. The Henderson Route special did its part Friday morning ly going on schedule time and returning at once with empty coaches. Thursday, the train carried more than it did the second day last year which showed an increased interest in the fair. The crowd was distinctively a rtreckenridge county gathering with few strangers. There was a large from Cloverport, many going on the train and others drove and went Messrs. Tom Carter. in automobiles. Floyd Carter. Leonard Gregory and The Vivian 1'ierce gave a Hardinsburg fair patrons were there early to give everybody I welcome and at the noon hour, their generous hospitality was extended when huge baskets of delicious food were opened and everything good to eat was served in abundance to the visitors. The entire afternoon the grand stand was crowded, except when dozens would "Cenleave to see the educated horse. taur" is a wonder and w as of greatest interest. He can spell by taking up the letters of words called by anyone and can pick any piece of colored cloth named. The educated horse belongs to Thos. Smith, of Kordsville, and goes to all the fairs. The race track was heavy and there were few races. The mule that jumped the fence created the most excitement of the day. Just as he won the race, over the fence he jumped! When the roadsters were shown the mud spattered all The same over the horses and drivers. sponge was used to mop the faces of the horses and the men. Horses first! And the drivers did not seem to mind. The agricultural display was splendid. Not a quantity of products, but the The beets quality was never better. were as large as watermelons and cabAcross from bage as big as pumpkins. the fine corn and big Irish potatoes, were exquisite species of poultry in the approved exhibit coops for fairs. Hanging over head were hands of wonderful tobacco, which will not be seen many county, more years in Itreckenridge where the soil is growing something better for every farmer and his family, Floral Hall in charge of Miss llettie Taylor, showed a display of various articles, useful and beautiful, made by Breckenridge county women and girls Through the drivling rain, the children pattered over the soakeil path to for their annual ride. the Cracker-jacand iced pop were popular day passed quickly, The treats. before people got their visit out to the They left, hopfair and Hardinsburg. ing they could come back next year. hay-ridmerry-go-rounk d Educated Horse Crowded. nedv & O'Donohue, premium Hest lioar. six months all and under one year. (".. I'. Maysey, premium Hest boar, under six months old Ken nedy & O'Donohue, premium. Hest sow. six months old and under one car, (1. IV Maysey, premium Kenl'.i st ,ow, under six months old, nedy tt O'Donohue, premium. Beef Cattle. Hest bull, two years old and over, Thos. o. Donohue, premium. Hest bull, under one year, J. It. Allen, premium. Hest cow, two years old and over. Paul Kennedy, premium. Thos. Hest cow. under one year. O'Donohue, premium. Horse Mules years old and over, iieston.W'iiitwortii JkCo., premium. Hest horse mule, one year and under two. Ceo. Lyddan, premium. Hest horse mule, under one year old, suckling), Jonas Lyons, premium. Hest horse mule, three Mare riules. Hest mare mule, three years old and over, D. H Stith, premium. Hest mare mule, two years old and un der three. Geo. I.yddan, premium. Best mare mule, one year old and under two, Will Mattingly, premium. Hest mare mule, mule, under one year old (suckling), F.. V. Tucker, premium. Heston, Hest horse mule, any age, Whitworth & Co., premium. Best mare mule, any age, and test pair mules, any age, F. H. Stith, premium. Best draft mule, any age, E. W. Tucker first premium; John Lyddan, second. Best suckling mare colt, Allen WagGill Dowell, goner, first premium; The marriage of Miss Sarah Wright secoud. to John Vogerl was performed at the Best suckling horse colt, L. H. Bosley, St. Rose church last Tuesday, August 16, at 8 o'clock. Kev. J. S. Henry premium. Best model stallion, mare or gelding, officiated. H. O. Hurley, premium. Best walking mare, three years or Mrs. Price Gets Stove. over, Thos. Lyddan, first premium; Geo. Mrs. Teresa Price had the number Lyddan, secoud. 3MO, which drew the oil stove at the Breckenridge County Specials. Mrs. Price has Cloverport barbecue. Given by officials of Breckenridge been lucky in a number of contests in county, horse owned by Breckenridge her former home in Spokane, Washingcounty farmers, ten to fill. ton. She now lives at the country Hest stallion, mare or gelding, A. T. place of her bruther, Edward Larkiu, Beard, first and second; R. L. Lyon, near this city. third, M. I). Pumphrey fourth. John Peter Grant, a native of London, where he received his musical educa Dead Aged Citizen of tion, will give a recital at Hardinsburg, Passes Away Leaves Priday night, September t, at the City Hall. Mr. Grant is the head of the n Eight Grown Children musical department of the t'niversity of His piogram will consist of Louisville. in the County. piano selections, orios from orntoio and opera and a number of songs, among Mrs. Win. Storms, after a lingering which will he three of his own compo illness of three months, died at her home sition. A few words of explanation in near McDaniels Tuesday, August 17, and connection with the different numbers was buried Friday. The funeral services will be given, adding interest to the were conducted by l ather Odendhal, program. Admission 2s cents. pastor of St. Anthony's church. She was a good woman and mother of Teachers' Institute. Two daughters eight living children. The Breckenridge County Teacher' whom are married, Mrs. Wm. Rhodes, Jr., of McDaniels. and Mrs. C. Mat- Institute aril meet .it Hardinsburg. Autingly, of Kirk. She will be gic.itlv gust v. 1910. and continue in session missed and we extend our sympathy to five lull days. Every teacher and perShe is an son contemplating taking the teachers' the family and relatives. aunt of Mrs. (Juiggins. of this examination in September, will be required, by law, to attend the full five city. J. W. TRF.NT. S. S. B. C. Mrs. Storms was 5! ye. us of age. and days. was Miss Francis Rhodes, of McDaniels. Her death was due to before marriage. Glasscock Wheatley. cancer of the stomach. Clarence Wheatlv. son of Ooo, Wheat-lev- , near I lien Dean, and Miss foetf Mrs. Wick Dooley Dies. t'.lasscock, only daughter of Perry their The death angel visited the home of (llasscock, of Axtel. surprised Wick Dooiev and took trom him his be- many friends two weeks ago by going to loved wile. he had all the attention G innelton ami getting married. that her loviug husband could give her, and her mother also watched over her Call For Convention. for weeks and did all that human bauds A call is hereby issued to the Democould do. without a crats of Itreckenridge county to convene She bore her suffering murmur and just a white before she at, the Courthouse in Hardinsburg on died she called all her friends to her Saturday August 28th, for the purpose bedside and asked to meet her in f selecting delegates to the Democratic heaven. She sang her favorite hymn, State Platform Convention to Conven "How Firm a Fouudatiou,'' before she tion Louisville on August 31, All Dem ocrats are invited and urged to attend. tank iuto her last sleep. VIC nUt, Chairman, Mrs. Dooley leaves a baby boy, just KD DILl.ON. Secretary. three months' old, a husbaud, father, mother and five sisters to mourn her death. "Weep not, loved ones, she has Drury's Colt Show. only gone home. Be faithful and you Drury's Colt Show was held at Har will meet her again." There were a fine dinsburg last Friday Mrs. Harvey Dooley. bunch of colts the get of Burk Cochran. Jim Waggoner's colt was awarded the Wright-Vogerl- . premium. Weil-Know- UNION STAR NEWS. Rev. Lemon, of Hardinsburg, who held a meeting at Shiloh, is conducting one at Hazel Dell. (1. D. Lawson has returned from Hawesvtlle. Beard Bros., of Hardinsburg, bought a nice bunch of cattle in this vicinity, giv ing fair prices Mr. and Mrs l. M Heard were tecent visitors of Mr am! Mrs I), s. Richardson. Miss Francis Severs has returned to Louisville. Misses Henrietta ami Beruice Ahl, of Evansville, lud., were attractive guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dowell and The Question terest n6 If Eacr, 1 More ay In- Contest Daily Exciterr at the Dif ferent Store?, Movie (Jueen?" Who'll be Sut7 is the daily cpiestion in Cloverport and the contest is gnming in popularity. otes are given on the punch board and people ere even asking for them with Miss Rosa their meals .mil house rent the first lor Sippel was a star time l'ridav as tl at evening she was an nounced is the leading lady in the contest. I'he contest is full of pleasant surWhen 200 prises for all the candidate. and 300, toenetimee i ot more are given Ihetn without a hint, they are ,.. daughters. Claude McAfee is suffering from the effect of a rusted nail on which he stepped. Miss Ktta Knglish, of Pembroke, arrived from a sojourn at Dawson Springs and is the guest of her brother, Kev. H. s. English, aul Mrs. English, of Roberts Botton.. Miss Nannie Morris, ot Stephenspoi t, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. N. McCoy, Mrs. Andrew Cox (nee Miss Malissa Rubbius), a former resident of this place, but for years in l'arragut, low.i, is spending severe days the guest of Miss Completely bewildered to know who cast the votes in thiir favor. W0111.111 suffrage could bring no greater pleasure to the voung women than the movie queen voting contest, the young women, and the older ones are the middle-agTen dollars for a new fall interested. hat or a jaunty coat suit or watch bracelet are some of the dreams of the girls who want to be Sue, and will get the cash prize. Mr. Oelc has already begun his picture tour. The contest stands as follows: 49,981 l.ucile Berry Mabel Mccracken 13,867 Hula McCracken 36, rJf Rosa Sippel 35, 420 Anna Mae fennel There are These are the live leaders. a number of other pretty girls in the con test, who will, nc doubt, get 111 the lead NOB, girls who make beautiful pictures. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Sara E. Richardson. Martis O. Severs is teaching the Moolej ville school. Miss Grace McCoy has returned from Irvington, after visiting Mrs. Julius Sippel. Dr. Mtlner. S. W. Bane and Will Robertson shipped several hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville last week, realizing very fair prices. Announcement. Mr. John K. Ditto announces the en John G. Claycomb and wife have gagement of his daughter. Miss Mary treated themselves to a new buggy. Linn Ditto, to Dr. Thomas Channing Miss Adelle Frymire, of Chenault, is The Nichols, of Oklahoma City, Okla. visiting Mrs. K. H. Shellman. wedding will take place in October. Roy McCoy is spending a few days Meade Couuty Messenger. with Mr. and Mrs. A. N. McCoy. He will resume his studies at Bowling School Opens Soon. Premium List Second Day. Swine All Breed. The Cloverport C.raded and High School will open Monday, September 6, with the usual chapel exercises. Premium List First Day Swine, Hest boar, one All Breeds old and over, Ken- Ml Wm. Simmons Dead. one year old; and best herd, one boar and tWO sows, under twelve months, William Simmons died Thursday at Kennedy A O'Donohue, premiums bis home near Askius, after all illness Best herd, over two years old; and best lasting several months. herd, under two wars, Heard Bros., Being .1 Mason and Woodman his premiums. burial was conducted hv these orders Friday, lie, kockvale, Ky. Harness Horses. He is survived bv his wife and two four Best harness mare or gelding, sons, also by four brothers, Melviu Sim years old and over, H. O. Hurley, first; mons, of Vanant, Harvey Simmons, of Continued on page 4 Olen Dean, lr.i Simmons, of Cloverport and one sister, Mrs. I.ud Cleminons who lives in Texas. 11 Best herd, one boar and two sows, over McQuady Milling Co.! The Cash Mill The Mill That Saves You Money Offers A Day of Specialties. I Bran per ton, f. o. b., your station $27.00 Go to carpenter to build your house, to a black smith to shoe your horse, to a banker to Mr. Kaymond Dowell and Mrs. Dowborrow money, and to W. C. Moorman ell, of Hardinsburg, visited relatives the insurance man, for protection against here Sunday. fire, lightning and wind storm. Mrs. Mary Mattingly returned Saturday from Hardinsburg, where she visFine Portrait of Mr. Beard. ited relatives. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Mr. George Payne, of Harned, atCompany has an excellent port ut of B. tended church here Sunday. F. Beard. It was made by Stanford just T. G. Bruner and Dallas Uruner before his death and was recently finished for the bank. The picture will be a were in Klizabethtown last week. Mr. Harvey Woods, of Louisville, pleasure to the many friends of Mr visited his brother, Mr. Amos Woods, Beard. This is a day of specialties. Excellent School. Green September 1. A handsome catalogue of the Liver-morAn announcement of a son to Mr. The heavy rains the past week have and Mrs. Nathan Basham, of Boston, Graded and County High School injured corn In this community to a Ky., on July 2o, was received by Mr for 11M.V16 has been issued. Dr. Harold great extent. He was J Beard is chairman of the the Board and Mrs. C. H. Basham. of Education and is largely responsible Mistes Nora McCoy, of Hamad, and christened Reid Duncan. excellent attainments of the Tillie Paul, of Bawleyville, are visit A. G. Haynes is making preparations for the The board has spared no exschool ing Mrs. Frankie Smith. to erect a builuing. pense in the preparation of the cata Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruington and lit The christening of Catherne logue and it is very attractive. The tle Margaret Leigh were week end and Mary Rinhardsou-Scheribeschool is one of the best in Kentucky. guests of their parents here. took place at the home of A protracted meeting will begin at their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Secretary. Hustling the ll.iptist church the third Sunday Richardson, Mondav morning, August Hardin's Kev. Meug, of flardins in October. Henry Hoffman officiating. Hi, Rev. ( Milter, the hustling secretary W. II. Kev. They are children of Mr. anil Mrs. J. K. burg, will assist the pastor, of the Hardin County Fair spent two Leslie DeHart. In the meeting. . J. Bchrsiber, of South, orauge, dnyi on the grounds, telling people Mr. and Airs. Robert Pool and chilabout the many attractions to be seen dren were Sunday gUCStS of Mr. and at Ins fair. One of the chief features, Corn Crop Damaged. If Mrs. Kufus Kennedy. he said, would be the diving horte. The herd rains of last w eek damaged Hardin county don't have a big fair Little Mildred Sandbach recened the premium for the neatest made doll the corn crup. Many fields are Hat on this week, it won't be Mr. Oiliver's the ground. fault. clothes at the fair. She is quite neat little seatnstiess :ir.d we :eel u ita proud of her. Splendid Secretaries. .awing the Line. Mrs. d Fashion My dear. I have Mr. and Mrs. M P. Comptou. of Frank Kd Dillon, secret ai y. and Berdlnebarg, attended church lure picked ont a husband' for you. Miss Peyton, assistant secretary ol the I want to Sunday, and were the guests of Mr. de Fashion Very well, but good men for the place. They any rlirht now. mother, thai when !' fair, are and Mrs. I. B. Richardson. u:uniw, ,.,.. courteous ami - wedding dress I witc comes to buying fluMrs. Minnie Gregory will attend the ;im going to select the materials my- and made it pleasant lor all who had business with them. association at Amnions, and while self, so there! New Tort Weekly. there will be the guest of her uucie, R. A. Smith, at Slephensport. Mrs. Nathan Dowell, of Illinois, is visiting relations in this neighborhood. Mrs. Walter Browu returned Sunday from a visit to her parents at Hardinsburg. The Drug Store That Saves You Honey! e r GARFIELD. IRVINGTON PHARMACY We Remember Stand Between You and High Prices REX TABLETS ol SULPHUR AND CREAfl OF TARTAR, clears the complexion, prevents hives, cools the blood ft BOX TANOLEFOOT FLY PAPER, 0 sheets mi sheets 30c Sa JV a lUt cleaneasy soap Large 2 I Qa Little Willie Here. last week. Mr. and Vrt. Thurman Smith CUM down from Louisville to attend the fair and to visit with relatives a few days. Mr. Hichard Cook, of Custer, was hare Saturday, eu route to Louisville to tee his wife, who was taken there She a short time ago tor treatuieut. could not be operated ou and her is very serious. Misses tiertrude and Jacie Alexander visited relatives near mutton latt week. The Baptist Woman'a Missionary Society will meet Saturday afternoon, con-diti- new; package bottle REX STRAW HAT CLEANER 1A makes old straw hats PBROXIDB, a pint Cash with Orders All Orders Given Prompt Attention McQUADY "Little Willie," of the All Praver Foundling Home, will sing at the Meth A lecture will be odist church tonight. given by Kev. Crome. l"t a Q leFV. casth-ipound ; SOAP 15C riATCHES SEARCHI.IHHT orboxe Tlie liesl PEROXIDE CREAM, large Jar; makes tan go. 1 ft "l 10c preventive for lieillillKs ami Kvcry bows gaaisateee Pretty Residence. Mr. and Mrs. Ben II. mi. have Lodi-bur- Rex's Bedbug Killer 25c Ihslreun MILLING COMPANY, McQUADY, KY. greatly improved their home at The little place looks very at tractive from the train. Mr. Hardin is correapoudeut tor The lirecksiiridge Newt and certainly keeps hit eyes and eart open in the Interest of the people. Indoor- - or out, on your iMMMk or al home, KODAK is at your Kgfl 'itv: ami it menus photography with the liother loft out. Kodak! Kodak! and Developing. We Will Do Your Printing Jie MHlhatttn. Jr., Wriies About Barbecue. Visiting Norse Saves Her Eyesight EFFICIENT NURSE FINDS ASSISTANCE Mrs. Anna Hon. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 24. Mrs. Anna L. Bryan, a efficient trained nurse, who resides at jOr Crescent Court, Crescont Hill, this city, is among the hundreds of Louisville women who have used Tanlac, the premier preparation, with Mrs. the most beneficial results. L. Carter's Landing. James Dyer, the Cannelton lumber roan, late In the aft ernoon of the picnic, thought he would go take a peep over the bluff where Mr. Hook had his automobile accident While he was looking at the wreck, Mr. Henry Morton, owner of the corn field that was damaged, came up. Mr. Bryan is Given Kingswood College Under New Management FREE FROM ALL INDEBTEDNESS Vice-Preside- nt. Relief by Premier Prepara Dyer bac: "Uncle Hen, Isn't that your corn field?" "No," says Uncle Hen, "It Isn't now. I've rented it out for pasture for automobiles." Mr. Henry Tate says that automo biles are getting so common and horses and buggies so scarce, his machine scares every time it meets a horse and baggy. He says that's what caused Mr. Hook's accident. We understand that the Hon. Ed the ward Gregory, of Cloverport, original Stanley man, will start a moving picture show, showing pictures of the two Macks going up Salt River. Don't you know, we were arrested We knew for "the man of mystery." we were ugly alright, but we didn't know we looked like a mystery. Those that entered in the fat man's contest were: Herbert Beard, John Haswell, Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman and Col. Claude Mercer, of Hardin Kinder, Samuel Bishop and Charles Fletcher, ol Cloverport. When the committee looked them over, they decided they were too fat for the fat man's race, so they were put on exhibition in the elephants' ring. While the ribbons were being tied on, the band struck up, "Oh You Great Big Hard-Insbur- Bryan said: "I find Tanlac very fine. been using it for more than a gastritis. I have been treated eral physicians with very poor At times I vomited blood, I have week for by sev- 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, results. and lost Beautiful Dolls!" Mr. Eugene Klder and wife, of Rich mond, Ky., came two hundred miles to attend the picnic. Father Henry had a narrow escape that day. Some one bombarded him with confetti. Hon. Henry Tate says that Uncle Hob Mattiuglv is the tallest man in the world if he cultivates his garden. Whj ? Because he plants his garden in the moon. JOI5 MULHATTON, JR Chills, Fever and Malaria Cured by taking Mendenliall's Chill Tonic, the greatest substitute for qui nine. Tastes goxl and children love to take it. Sold and guaranteed by Wed ding's Drug Store. BIG SPRING. Mesdames Will Norris and Eula Nor ris have returned to Louisville, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Norris, They were accompanied home by their niece, Ruby Norris. Cecil Clarkson, ot Irvington, spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs Van Nelson. Mrs. W. A. Haynes and son, Stroth er, and little daughter, Margaret Lou, have returned to LoiumDia, alter a week's visit with friends. Jim Norris is the champion potato From one-haraiser in this section. 'bushel of Early Rose he harvested thirty bushel. Dr. W. It. Taylor will be at Big Spring Monday and Tuesday, August .'iO and ;il, to do dental work. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ditto, of Ver sailles, uud Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and little daughter, Mollie Ditto, ' of Louisville, spent Saturday night with Mrs. .Mollie Moorman. Miss Annie Moorman has returned to bhelb vibe, Tenu., after spending three months with her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Talbott, and other relative. Misses Myrtle Moorman and Zelma Strother are vihiting Mrs. R. O. I'enick and other friends at Hodgenville. Mr. and Mrs. Melville Snowden, of Cincinnati) spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Van Nelson. Mrs. B. S. Clarkson and sister, Kemper, were in Louisville last week. Miss Mary Miller left last Friday to visit at Vine Grove anil Louisville. Mrs. Bell Neil, of Louisville, is with Mrs. Kemper for a visit. lf wtlght steadily. 'I find Tanlac has given me great npHTS woman with nn infected ey relief. Since I begun taking the medi I wns found by a nur.o represent' cine I have noticed a marked Improve liiK tin' ntnte ttllierculoiH com ment In my condition. I have ceased mission. The nurso Hccured for lie to vomit blood and have begun taking mcdk-a-l treatment nnd showed on weight. In fact, projr Tanlac has made the woman how to en re for herself. me feel like a different woman, and I ner eyesight wns caved. If she hnd not Non found by the nurse fho would wish that very excellent medicine great have delayed vlslllnc tho physician success." Tnniac, the premier pieparation, is of till her case hnd been 1ioo1pi. unusual benefit in cases of stomach, Mrs. John Miller was at Vine Grove liver and kidney trouble, rheumatism, nervousness, unsound sleep, faulty cir Saturday. culation, pallid complexion, catarrhal Mrs. C. B. Witt left Monday for Mt and bronchial troubles, coughs, colds Carmel, III., to visit her sister, Mrs anil the like. It is especially beneficial Kelly. as a tonic for general debilitated perThe Ladles' Aid celebrated its tenth sons, blood purifier and tissue builder. anniversary August li. All members Tanlac can be obtained in Cloverport They rendered present but two. at Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irv nice program and served sandwiches ington at Irvington Pharmacy. and tea. All enjoyed the afternoon. Mrs. Ada Meador and granddaugh Several from here attended the bar ter, Madge, of Louisville; Mrs. John becue at Cloverport Thursday. Carr and son, John, and MUs Beeler, Kev. Roy Jack, of Rome, filled his of Elizahethtown, spent Saturday at regular appointment at Turner's the hotel with Mrs. Joe Blankenhip. Chapel Sunday. School opened Monday with Mr. Miss Lydia Frank and friend are vis Richards as teacher. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 'rank. For Cuts and Sores. Mr. John Ambrose is on the sick list Farris Healing Kemedy comes In and is being treated by Dr. Owen, of concentrated form. To it you add i Cloverport. pint of linseed oil. If you want a heal Born to the wife of James Pleasant, ing oil, or a pound of lard or vaseline a son. if you want a salve. We guaranteed Hal Weatherholt was in Louisville that this makes you a full pint of bet this week. ter healing medicine than anything you ever used no matter what the Doan's Regulets are recommended price. Why should you pay medicine by many who say they operate easily, prices fer simple oil or lard or vase without griping and without bad after Drug effects. 25c at all drug stores. line? For sale at Wedding's Store, Cloverport, Ky. 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. HIGHLY EQUIPPED FACULTY Graduates of the Best Schools Seven Departments and B. Academy and Select Grammar School. True to Wesleyan Doctrines in Holiness. Second to no other similar institution; offering A. M., A. B., B. Ph., B. D. Mus. courses. College of Liberal Arts, School of Theology,SchooI of English Bible and Evangelism, School of Music, School of Oratory, High-Grade God First in Everything. Four Buildings Well Equipped and Furnished t orty- - Acres or beautiful campus and and camp meeting grounds. Special Rates 3 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, Kentucky. vice-president, JOSEPH HOGUE, President TOBINSPORT. Hugh Gardner and family, of Lewis port, are here visiting relatives. Miss Hattie Maude Tinsley has re turned from Louisville, after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. C. E. Davis. Little Mabel Fallow, who has typhoid, is improving at this writing. Miss Myrtle Hawkins spent Thurs day night in Cloverport, the guest of Miss Louise Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. William Suddarth, of I'ortland, Oregon, are here visiting his mother, Mrs. William Suddarth, and Better Pay and Longer Term for Teachers. Hardinsburg, Ky., Aug. 16. Super Is It Worth While? intendent J. W. Trent and the County Board of Education at their meeting last week adopted the following salary Is it worth while that we Jostle a brother Bearing his load on the rough road ot schedule to govern the payment of the life? eachers of Breckenridge county for the ts It worth while that we jest nt each other present school year. The schedule is blackness as follows: First class schools, $50.00 In the knife? of heart that we war to per month; all principals, $.j0.00; sec God pity U9 In our pitiful strife. ond class schools of fifty-fiv- e pupils and God pity us as we other; all Jostle each God pardon us all for the triumphs we feel When a fellow rocs down; poor heart broken brother. r REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS Bred for August and September. Farrow to a grandson of old "A Wonder," the famous Big Type boar. Will weigh up to 200 pounds. Prices $20 and $25. W. J. OWEN & SONS. Route 1. Hardinsbura. Kv. Pierced to the heart; words are keener other relatives. than steel. Mrs. Ethel Miller and baby, of Indian And mightier far for woo or for weal. apolis, are the guests of her parents, linking an average annual attendance Wcro It not well In this brief little JourMr. and Mrs. Commodore Suddarth. ney, of sixty-fiv- e per cent of the census enOn over the Isthmus, down Into the tide. Mr. Waldo Simons, who is seriously rollment of their respective school. unat we give him a nsh Instead of a ill, is no better. Teachers will observe that this is Ereserpent the hands to be and abide folding Cnas. Gardner and wife arrived Sat some increase in the salary over the For ever and Aye in dust at his side. urday to be the guests of his parents, schedules heretofore; also, we have this the roses saluting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gardner. ear an Increase of one mouth in the Iiook atat tho herds all at each other; the Look peace on Dr. 1J. II. l'arrish and family, of length of the school term plain. These matStan, and man only, makcx war on his Olaton, Ky., are here visiting relatives, ters, we are sure, will be gratifying to brother. They will soon move to Cannelton, Ind., the teachers and we hope will be pro- And dotes In his heart on his peril and where he will practice his profession. uctlve of good results in the public by the brutes that go down on Mrs. Henry Lamb, who has been schools ol our county. the plain. Joaquin Miller. J. W. TRENT, Supt. S. B. C. vlsitiug her son, Elbert Lamb, of pain-Shamed bove, $40.00; all second class schools nder filty-fiv- e pupils, $30.00; all regu lar assistants, $38.00; assistants in four pecial, $30.00. In addition to the above schedule, $1 per month will be paid all teachers A Good Flour For The Jobbers- PROF1TABLE PR0FITABLE Gets Repeat Orders A Good Flour For The Baker- sMakes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write us LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. Muncie, is expected home Monday. She will be accompanied home by her For a Sprained Ankle. daughter, Miss Alia Lamb, who has If you will get a bottle of Chamber been attending school' at Valparaiso. For constipation, biliousness, Indi Bert Wheeler, of Rome, was Miss lain's Liniment and observe the di- gestion, stomach and liver troubles. faithfully, Harmless. If not better than calomel rections given therewith Eada I'arrish's guest Sunday. you will recover in much less time than salts, or any laxative you have ever usually required. Obtainable every- - used, we pay the money back quick. here. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Lax-a-Man (The Delineator! For September THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, ? Many Thanks. Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find enclosed check for one dollar' for the renewal of The Breckenridge News. Hope you and your family are having a pleasant summer. Mr. Parker and I have just returned from si visit to Carlisle, Peon., where we witnessed a wonderful hall storm, hail the size of an ordinary hickory nut. Hardly a pane of glass escaped on the north bide, especially green houses, and did great damage to fruit, vegetables and flowers. If you come to Washington for the A. K. reunion, be sure to let us now, for wo will want to see you. Of course I know you are not a veteran, but you might And the trip pleasant at that time. With best regards to you and your family, and many thanks for your Interesting paper, I am Sincerely your friend, J. G. Nolle & Bro. Omitted. 1915 Fino KxhihitB of IIoras, CzU Svine, Sheen, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, Ilortiruru- -, r j TU.d.wnrk. Student j Judging Contest, Parmer Hoys' Liicatnpnient and Uuby health Content. Biggest Saddla Horss Show in the World In the advertisements given the merchants in the barbecue write-u- p last week, J. C. Nolte & Bro. were omitted. Mr. Nolte is very appreciative of every ad. given the fir:r and The Brecken ridge News takes pleasure in adding that the Chase & Sandborne coffee used at the barbecue was furnished by J . C. Nolte & Bro. The firm gave a pair of shoes to Joe Kelly, colored, the only boy who climbed the greased pole. Percentage of Boats Sunk. Out of alrhost 20,000 vessels which had entered or left the port of Liverpool since the German submarine blockado began only tweuty-nluwere sunk by German submarines. Theso figures wero given lu a speech at Liverpool by Sir A. Norman Hill, secretary of the Liverpool Steamship Owners' association. o Contains the Following Features: The Legacy America's, Bad Manners The New Race in Our Hands Come Hither Your Family Circle Correct Versions of Styles for Autumn ....Trotting ami Pacir.jJ Races Each Day.... Grand jFirovorka Display. RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator 1 Glean Miil,v:iy anj doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Strop Banking" an other thrillers cv ry afternoon. ..ny Reduced Railroad Rates For Cataloguo Addresj J. L. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jonca Building, Louisville, lly. i SALLIE M. PARKER, Washington, D. C. , Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. Vr Price 15c Per Copy m Subscribe Today 0 Insure your property against loss from Fire, Lightning or Wind in a home company, with a home man, who will take care of your interest and see that you have a square deal. In all our experience we have never had a cons' surplus of any company in the world tested settlement. We represent one company with the largest "The Continental." policy-holder- SAFETY FIRS X! Fire, Lightning and Wind Storm, Accident, Sickness and Life Insurance PACKING AND SHIPPING HOUSE, 0 0 W- - C MOORMAN, HAS 0WENSB0R0 GIgM DBcM. Ky. 0 NEWOFFICERS For KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY League Miss Epworth LulaM. Severs Made President With a Dependable The Answer FOUfJHE SAME 30E ior3c To Our Many Friends: is Found in the We want to handle your Cabinet. The annual election of officers for the Epworth League was held Monday night. Miss Lula M. Severs was unamiously elected president with the following officers: Miss Susette SawMarion M. yer, first Miss Denton, second AnEdith Plank, third drew Ashby, fourth vice president, Miss Mary McGavock, secretary, Miss Mildred Babbage, treasurer, Miss Tula Uabbage, pianoist, Earl Uohler, Epworth Era agent. The coming year will be an inteiest-In- g one for the League as the new officers can be depended on to keep the members busy and happy. The dis trlct conference will meet here in October and a delightful meeting is expected. t, Straightforward Statement of an Owensboro Resident. 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 regards to his many old friends in Breckinridge county. 0 We have been reading week after week in the local press of Cloverport citizens who have been rid of distressing kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's Kidney I'llis, and we have often wondered whether the same high opinion of this medicine is to be found This frank In our neighboring towns. and earnest statement by a and respected resident of Owensboro will set this doubt at rest. Mrs. W. N. Bartlett, 620 Triplelt St., Owensboro, Ky., says. "For a long time, I had nearly every symptom of My back ached terkidney disease. During ribly and I did not sleep well. the day I was nervous and in bed all the time. My feet became swollen and I knew that I required a good remedy to cure me, Doan's Kidney Pills BROOD SELECTING cured me and they ure the only medi- Remarkable Development of Good Roads Sentiment in Kencine I will ever use for kidney trouble tucky Has Created a Demand Fcr Shade I can highly recommend them, 5UW ANU HtHU DllAli lived up to the claims made for as they them." Trees Along the, Roads Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Prepared by United States department of The last year in Kentucky has seen lead to a great deal of good In the Doan's Kidney Pills the same that a wonderful agitation for good roads community is the planting of nut hear-In- g agriculture. Foster-MllbuThe brood sow Is the first animal to Mrs. Bartlett had. throughout tho State and at the presand fruit trees along the roads. select In laying a foundation for a Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ent time a large number of highways It Is felt that in this way the trees herd. The butter she Is the greater are being constructed under the State-ai- along the highways could be made to the chances for success. A good brood plan. There Is uo doubt but what produce a product of sulllcleut value CHENAULT. bow must possess depth and length of the number of good roads in Kentucky to aid In the maintenance of the road. body, u good heart girth, smooth shoulwill Increase each year. The con- This has been successfully done In ders, well sprung ribs and long, deep, struction of good roads nnd the stand- several instances, particularly in EuB. Hull Is on the sick list. L. Her sides should well turned uauis. ardization of roa'ds has created a de- rope. With this end In view the State E. J. Stallman went to Louisville Fri mand for shade trees along the rights Forester has been experimenting with be long, deep and straight. A straight or slightly arched, broad day with a nice shipment of wheat, hay of way to beautify them. In anticipa- a large number of nut trees of differback is much desired, as It is much and apples. tion of this demand the State Forester ent varieties Including pecan, hickory, stronger than a low back. The back Lloyd Yates has purchased a new Is paying particular attention to the black walnut, English walnut and othshould carry Its width and the side raising at the State nurseries at Louis- ers. Also the growing of apple trees piano. lines should be straight She should ville and Frankfort trees particularly and other fruit trees along the road is Cas Whitehead was in this section adapted for planting along the public a suggestion which meets with a great stand up well on her toes, and have abunsmooth, straight joints with hard, last week buying apples. highways. A good many species have deal of favorable comment and tho dant, but not coarse bone, and must been suggested and one idea which nursery at Louisville has undertaken Dr. Sphire was in town Sunday. have feminine characteristics, which have a Arm root In the pub- the growing of apple stock on a large Martin Abell, of Louisville, is visit seems to and which may undoubtedly scale. are Indicated by a rather small head lic mind and ear. a fully developed, even udder ing his sister, Mrs. C. L. Warren. and absence of shields on the shoulE. B. Redman was in Evansville a ders. few days last week on business. A brood sow should show early maWillard Allen went to Evunsville last turing qualities nnd have sufficient rapacity to do the work for which she U week with stock. intended. A smooth coat of line hair E. C. Stallman attended the picnic at nnd n broad bead with sufficient Cloverport last Thursday. weight for her age are good Indications Misses Cleida and Eula Vessels, of On Tho Business of Banking of early maturity. If selecting more days The farmers of this nation to come Into their own U Rhodelia, were visitors for a few than one sow uniformity of the lot with their aunt, Mrs. Richard Stallman. must study business. We must, as a class, understand desirable nnd Important Miss Anna Manning, trained nurse, tho fundamental principles that underlie every industry The nearer alike the sows are the more Is the probability of the pigs be- who has been spending the summer Its functions to society and its relation to agriculture, for ing uniform. If pure bred sows are so- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. there can be no Intelligent without underManning, has returned to Evansville. standing. Mr F. A. Vanderlip, president of the National Miss Sue E. nnd Georgia Frymlre City Bank of New York, when asked, "What is a hank?" spent Sunday at Bud O'Bryan's. said In part: "The first and most familiar function of a bank is that of gathering up the ldlo money of a community, No. 40 for the Blood small sums and large, and thus forming a pool or reserRheumatism, Scrofula and all hu voir upon which responsible pursons may draw as they of the blood give way when you mors have temporary use for money. It Is evident that this makes large sums In the take Number 40, the great cure for aggregate available for the employment of labor and the development of the blood poison. Try a bottle from Wedcommunity. But much more is accomplished than the use of the money ding's Drug Store. It will give you actually deposited In the banks, for by the use of drafts, checks and bank notes the efficiency of money Is multiplied several times over. A very largo new life. business, for example one of the great beet packers, may use very little The rnule foot hog Is a comparaactual money; on one side of Its bank account will bo entered the checks tively new breed. It EOt Its name nnd drafts It Is dally receiving from everywhere In payment for meats, from Its solid hoof, like that of a THE STOCKMAN. while on tho other side will bo entered tho checks It draws In payment for a horse or mule. The flesh Is of remarkably fine flavor, said to be cattle, etc.. Its only use of money being for small payments, to labor and during Sheep requlro less labor even better than the Berkshire. otherwise. Like all breeds not distantly reIf there wero but one bank In a community and everybody paid nil the busiest seasons of the year moved from the "wild" ancestors, bills by drawing checks on that bank, and everyone receiving a check Immethan do various other kinds of the mule foot hoe Is very prolific, diately deposited It In the hank, tho amount of money In the bank evidently llvo stock. and this quality, together with Its would not change at all and tho entlro business of the community would bo comparative freedom from disease, It Is best to have foals come in settled on the books of tho bank. And the situation Is but slightly changed has served to gain tor him a deearly spring. the when there are several banks, for they dally exchango among themselves all gree of popularity. The Illustrafeed and feedThe cleaner the tho checks they recelvo on each other, which practically offset themselves, tion shows a mule foot boar. quality ing places, the better the although the small balances are paid In cash. This Is called 'clearing' nnd of the pork. in every largo city there Is a 'Clearing House' whore representatives of tho lectcd breed type should be carefully hanks meet dally to settle their accounts with each other In grazing over land sheep add A hank Is constantly receiving from Its customers, particularly those that observed. "Breed type" meuus the greatly to Its fertility. are shipping products to other localities, drafts and checks drawn on banks characteristics of it breed. Ah a rule the main point to In other cities, which It usually sends for deposit to a few correspondent In selecting the herd boar tho snmo consider In growing hogs for hanks in the central cities with which It maintains permanent accounts. In points nro essential, except that tho market Is. How many pounds. this way these scattered credits nro consolidated nnd the bank draws upon animal should show masculinity. A can I put on that hog? these accounts In supplying customers with the means of making payments head and. neck, sulllcleut X strong, broad Farm horses that nre not to bo a way from home. As each local community sells and buyB about the same bono, with strong, straight pasterns, v used through tho winter should amount abroad In tho course of a your, these payments largely offset each hock and knee Joints are important. other. It Is ovldcnt that tho banks nro very intlmatoly rolated to tho trade have a roomy paddock In which and Industry of a country. The banker Is a dealer In credit much more than Ho should show early maturing char- "f to exerclso every fnlr day. 11 dealer In money, and of course his awn credit must ho above question. Ho acteristics nnd have, well developed orexchanges his credit for the credits acquired by tho customers, and lends gans. Shields or thick plates of skin credit for their accommodation, hut ho must conduct tho business with such should not show on tho sides of the judgment that ho can always meet his own obligations with cash on demand. shoulder before lie is one year of age. Notice. This is tho essential thlngubout bank credit, that It shall always bo tho strong, slightly arched back, with A same as cash." Hardlnsburg, Ky., August, 111, lolfi. largo heart girth, is essential In a first Up to September A, 9 5, we will reclass boar, for ho must have room for tho vital organs, namely, heart, lungs, ceive bids fur building a new school-hous- e etery Sunday ut three o'clock. 4- - etc. Remember that tho boar la at least Death of Miss Arms. In Breckcnrldga county. Like a (lower she bloomed in beauty, half of the herd as far as breeding Is For plans and specifications apply to Miss Eva LeRue Armes, daughter of S: eding sweetness all around; concerned and ho is usually more, so Superintendent J. W. Trent. Contract Mr. and Mrs. Nettle Armes, dird at her Like a flower she drooped and faded, too his selection cannot command 4, at one o'clock p. m. September home in Breckenridge county last FriWhen we laid her In the ground. much care or patience. Get a good let J. W. TRKNT, 8. S. U. C. day at 8:30 p, 111. She had only been ill boar, and be will pay you well. a few days. Subscribe Today She was burled in the' Ilorsley cem Read the Want Column Read Your Home Paper well-kno- TREE PLANTING ALONG PUBLIC ROADS ISAAC ROSENBAUM 307-31- & SONS, 1 East Market Street l.ouisville, nor: : Kentucky or rn d Small Farm Addition Better Hurry You folks who have been wanting a small farm near Hardinsburg I can now sell or trade you just what you vvan't Any size tract and you don't have to pay all cash. A cash payment and easy terms on deferred payments. But Don't Wait! They are in town C. OUR PUBLIC FORUM IV. F. A. Vanderlip at farm land prices and will all he gone before you know it. vvvvvvvvvvvyyvvvyvvvyvyvvv "A Barking Dog L. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. - Doesn't Bite" ! Our Shoes Are The Best For The Money Turn your heel nientiilly nnd physically on culnmity Tho country's not ;oin: to tho howlers. Incidentally show tho heel of a ood pair of boots You'll rit FIT and KIND. or, fchoes-O- UK QUALITY and lilUMT PltlCE here. bow-wow- s. OUR LINE OF CLOTHINGl is in accord with our shoes; it has thu QUALITY, the STYLK, nnd every iannont tits. Tho price is rifjht too. Drop in and seo us during Fair Week. H f Peyton R0FF ITEMS. & Rhodes, Hardinsburg, Ky. considered as beiug nu of thu best t.choIars at Cave Sprint,'. We nru still enjoying our Sunday school nt Give Spriug. Messrs, Hobart Wenninger and Robert Crltchelow were tho guests of Miss Eva Gallnwitv Sunday night. Mies Hallle Prank spent the day with Miss Flora Gallowuy Sunday. 1 Mrs. L. II. Rhoiids, or St. Louis, Mo., was the week end guest of Mrs, J. J, Chancellor. Mis Eva Galloway is visiting ut Mc D iniels this week. She will leave Inn few days for St. Louis, Mo., where she will enter school. Her schoolmates here regret to see her leave. She is Try our up to date job work THE BRECKENRIDGE tastied Jwory Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NEWS, STEADY DOWN-POU- R I JNO. D. BABBAGfc, Editor and Publisher Continued from page For Sale ! AUGUST 25, 1915 EIGHT PAGES. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additiona insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. STATE WORKER VISITS COUNTY SCHOOLS. county schools in Saddle Horses. Miss Emma Hunt has visited twenty-threHest saddle stallion, four years and Breckenridge and made health loctures to each one. In one schoo she found six tubercular children. Mis Hunt was welcomed in over, 11. O. Hurley, first; Theo Hedley, every school and in many homes, where they wero anxious to learn second. saddle stallion, one year and un Hest "Safety First." Tenoning the child to breathe throuch his nose, to der 4, and two years and under three, keep his teeth clean and his feet still in school, were a great help to H. O. Hurley, first premium. the teachers Mis Hunt met. She says the reason so many counties Hest saddle stallion, one year and un do not have better schools, is that cither the parents arc not sutlici der two, Theo. Hedley, premium. ently intere-tc- d or the superintendent is trying not to spend the Hest combined stallion, marc or geld- ng, II. first fcchool money. It is no accomplishment for a school superintendent premiums, O. Hurley, Heard,and second $85; A. T. third, $2o; not to spend money for school work, but to .spend it wisely and fruit- Theo. Hedley, fourth, 15; G. I. Coopfully, should uet him the oflico again or something better. Miss er, fifth, f 10. Hunt's instruction how to prevent tuberculosis is of sempiternal Hest roadster, stallion, mare or geld- ng, Jesse I. Howard, first, $40' H. O. value to our children. e Jesse M, Howard, second; H. O. Hur ley, third. Best harness mare or gelding, three years old and under four, H. O. Hurley premium. liest harness mare or gelding, two years and under three, 11, O. Hurley, first premium; I.. H. Ilosley, second. Best harness mare or gelding, one year and under two, Jim English, first A. T. Heard, second. liest harness stallion, four years and over, H. O. Hurley, first premiumjTheo Hedley, second. liest harness stallion, three years and under four, H. O. Hurley, first premium Hest harness stallion, two years and under three, Hurley, first; J. U. Allen, second. liest harness stallion,' one year and under two, Theo. Hedley, first premium. Fine Farm of 81 acres situated 2 miles southeast of Hardinsburg, on tho Leitchficld road. Well improved; good dwelling; tobacco and stock barn combined; well watered; under good fence; lay well; level; good, rich land; 20 acres in grass and clover; fine stock farm. live-roo- Will sell at a bargain. J. N. TEAFF, Hardinsburg, Ky. Route No. 1. 4iUAAAiMs(kwftfc! COAL dxr XX . NO, IT WASN'T LUCK. HE IS THE BOSS BECAUSE HE SAVED MONEY WHEN OTHER MEN WERE WASTING THEIRS STOP at the Gait House When in IN LITTLE FOOLISH EXTRAVAGRANCES. HE WASN'T STINGY ALL THOSE LITTLE THINGS HE DIDN'T REALLY NEED WOULD AMOUNT TO A LARGE SUM SOME DAY. HE BOUGHT A BUSINESS WITH THE MONEY HE PUT IN THE BANK AND SAVED. YOU CAN DO THE SAME. BANK YOUR MONEY AND OO IT. BANK WITH US -- HE WAS CAREFUL. HE KNEW THAT Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600.00000 fact blight has been the Great Black Plague of the fruit in SANITARY SODA WATER FOUNTAINS. dustry It has been estimated that it an annual loss of f 25,000,000 to Rupert Blue of the United States Public Health Service carries country. General to the has issued u warning to the danger of tuberculosis from the glasses Wight is a preventable disease, and in The warning is heartily welcomed view of the tremendous losses occasioned used at soda water fountains. Ihcre is no excuse in the city where hot ana cola running water is by it, a systematic effort should be made In small towns without to check it. available for carelessly cleansed "las-c- s. water works, it does take extra work to keep plenty of clean water at I'ears and apples are more subject to attack than are any of the other fruits. the soda fountains and a perfectly clean soda fountain is appreciated In iact, the writer would not urge the So many persons of all ages and conditions drink soda water and the planting of commercial pear orchards in glasses used by them should be thoroughly cleansed with soap and Kentucky for the time being, until more clean water, followed by rinsing, and if necessary, dried with a fresh, definite means of control have been clean towel. It is delightful to go to a soda water fountain where worked out. Certain varieties of apples are more susceptible than others, and it the service is sanitary and those who operate it practice sanitation in is well for a grower to consider this the highest degree. point in making an extensive planting, Hlight is caused by a minute germ or organism that lives during the dormant OUR COUNTY FAIR season in cankers, resulting from in Let us hope the failure of the fair, on account of the weather, fection the previous season. These has not completely discouraged the Breckenridge County Fair As cankers are formed at the branches and sociation and that they will undertake it again next year. Perhaps, in extreme cases on the larger limbs and the disappointment will result in success for the next fair and the trunk of tree. Every fruit grower should acquaint himself with the appearance of people all over the county will more heartily in assisting the canker and destroy it as soon as the fair manageis to have the best fair possible. So few count' men noticed If every canker could be dis entered their stock and had any special shows. II. H. Norton sa:d posed of, blight could be held in control. Hlight usually appears shortly after the Wednesday, "There are as fine horses in the county as were brought there by outsiders and it is awful for our men to let others come and blossoming period, and is first noticed when the blossoms and tips begin to take away the substantial premiums." wilt and blacken. Often the tips of the branches only are affected. In other inIf you walk down in Breckenridge Addition after the evening stances it may extend down the twig or mail you will fully realize that Cloverport has electric lights. The branch, killing it as it progresses. The residents burn their hall lights and porch lights freely and the use of twigs and leaves appear as if they had been scorched by fire, hence the term electricity makes the homes and streets beautiful. t. MERCHANTS BUYING FALL GOODS. "New York is entertaining now the most enthusiastic inflow of out of town merchants it has had in two years," says the New York Sun. They are enthusiastic because they have the longest list of is undoubtedly the most orders that has been their pleasure to place since the great war serious disease that confronts the Kenstarted. They tell of better conditions everywhere. This is good tucky fruit grower today. San Jose news to us all. Our merchants will soon buy fall goods and we hope Scale is no longer dangerous when trees are they can be as cheerful and as enthused over their business as these easilyproperly sprayed. The aphis is controlled as are all the other men who have already gone East. People like to buy goods from the troubles of the past. merchant who is enthusiastic over his work, who keeps his stock After all the other orchard troubles line of goods. have been successfully met and concomplete, his store light and clean and an Mercantile business is very attractive and it is a merchant's fault, if quered, it is very discouraging to see a promising crop of fruit ruined in a short his store does not attract trade. time. In termed Fire-Blight. Fire-Hlig- Theo. Hedley, third, f 10; Prank Kennedy, fourth, $5. No fair on third day on account of rain. second, $20', Hurley, Louisville European Plan Good Rooms Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG, KY. for $1 a Day greatly-feare- d Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Prices Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. I Free Auto-B- us Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS THE PLACE OF j Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction j Get Ready for Building Material, Building Hardware, j Winter While the Sun Shines A $28.00 hall stove used only one winter. Near ly as good as new, with all the fixtures. Beauti ful stove. Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. j j I Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe j g and Fittings. I Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited. j Price $12.50 Farmers Dealers Address Box 39 Cloverport, Ky. Try a GLOVER L. T. in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville House where every hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made & DURRETT, We are sure a of articles will be sent to The Woman's It is almost impossible to cut out the diseased twins on a Shop at tho State Fair. Thoro any Kentucky woman may put her during the growing badly blighted tree season. crocheting, embroidery or other work on sale. is a problem involving the community, ship-loa- d Fire-Hlig- Managers hence, an organized endeavor should be The country fair at Irvington, September 24 and 26, will have us made to check it. Learn to recognize the loading feature, a special agricultural address. the disease in its various stages, clean up the orchard and encourage your neigh"Not tired of life, and yet, ready to go ut any time," says Mr. bor to do the same thing. Do not be misled regarding the so- Noel, at the age of ninety-three- . called "blight cures.". There is no patTho man who kcops his temper when in a hurry, is the man who ent cure and no one should ever attempt to cure blight by spraying, inoculation, gives perfect satisfaction. Insects particularly or soil doctoring aphis and ants, spread blight. Use the "I would if I could," often means could if I would." spruy against these if necessary. J. H. CARMODY, Long stories aro out of stylo for conversation. Kxtension Horticulturist, Kentucky Experiment Station. Tho Breekonridgo News first! L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. Want Ad Today "I llopo is an itncaslu'd check. MULES WANTED want to buy 100 mules 5 to 12 years old, 15-- 2 to 16-- 1 in height. Good bone and teet. To weigh 1000 pounds and up. 1 Then the Row Started. Mrs. Suappciu (who has been suffering from toothacho-Thtt- uU goodness, I'vo had that tooth out tit last! Mr. Suappem-IIup- py tooth! .Mrs. Snap-perWhat do you mean? .Mr. Snap-perIt's out of the reach of your touguu. n n MYRTLE W. Length 43,1.; Beam 85; Net Tonnage CIKblO IIUU 8. Tho Grind. nctor. "And youV" "I can't quite equal that." responded the popular uovellst. "Two a week Is about uiy llinlt."-Kan- sas City 4 Cylinder, 32 horsepower Mingst Engine. ss "What aro you doing now?" "Two n day." said tlio vaudovllle VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. It Is a treat step in the Interprets, tlon of Hfo when wo have discovered that all events are ultimately snlrit-oal. Brlerley. Rlorrrin liVh ' ' ti O equipments; will make 12 miles up and down; in first-clatrade for barges at a bargain. Further particulars will be furnished on application. UClCill V -- 7 running order; will sell or till CLOVERPORT BOAT & MACHINE CO., Cloverport, Ky. 'Whe Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUG 25, 1915 Ky atered at tho I'ot OmicentClotcrport, as second class matter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN a c mr nv Tur nuror NEW YORK AMD CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES UTES for political announcements $ 3.C0 'or Precinct and city Offices $6.00 'or County Offices $ 15.00 or State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line.. 10 For Cards, tier line... For All Publications in tbe inter-eof individuals or expression t nf Individual views tier line 10 st Hhannft of Train o Schedule on Jf IF No. No. 142 The L, H. & St. L Effective August 1, EAST HOUND will leTB Cloverport ArrlTlnR Irvlnittnn 1915. .10: Jjiljj A. A. , Arriving ijiuniuio.. ... . - 4w2 I . will leave Cloverport 5:4i. 1 . Arriving Irtlniiton 1". .... Airlvlns Loulslllo . A No. 146 will leave Clovcrcort. ArnviDK irviiiK" west notiND A. . 141 will leave Cloverport No. Arriving Henderson U:5J l 133,. Arrlvlnir Evansv llo .. 7:43 1. Arriving St. Loull. . 7:09 P. No. 143 will leavo Cloverport 7 30 P. Arriving nawcsvlllo ..... Arriving iw6nsDoru- ii i . No. 145 will leave Cloverport - 1 :33 A. Arriving Henderso- nS:j A. Arriving Evansvllle 144 J0 Misses Orel and Virginia Davis, Louis. ville, rue visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Smart, I lite Run, Rev. S C. Bates, of Athens, Ohio, h spending his annual vacation with Cloverport relatives. Hurt Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Gro ves, of Home, Intl., wcrcat the Hurdim-bur1'nlr last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edmund Wroe and children, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wroe. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Waggoner and children, of Irvington, will come to Cloverport soon to live. Mrs. Max Spitzer and son, of Wichita, Kans., are the guests of her sister, Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt. Miss Eunice Jennings is a member of an Ovvensboro party, touring Canada and other northern places. Mrs. Thurman Hook and little daugh ter, Lucile, of Howell, Ind., are visit ing Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Berry. Mrs. John D. Babb.ige and daughter, Miss Louise Babbage, are visiting Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh in Louisville. Wickliffe Dellaven, of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Filo Dellaven, at Bon Haven Ranch, last week. Miss Laura Stone and Miss Louise Stone, of New Albany, were guests of Miss Maydee Cliapiti last week. Mrs. Jerrie Askins and children, Robert Roynlta and Mary D., visittd g Your Fall Suits ft mr Notk Adrerttvr plen when you wnnt -- i ft! w Cleaned and Pressed School Opens on Mon- - notify thr rrtltor discontinued. t FALL CLOTHES mndc to look like new ones. Let us have chargo of your Gleaning, ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Male Collie Pups COIt SALE Tlireo full Mock Collin pups. . r (I 00 McCoy, Union Star. Ky. two-motin-oldrai'h-IIorn- day, September 6th i We are prepared to supply all the Pressing and Repairing necessary books. The Exchange Contract on School Books Ex- Bohler & Morrison CLOVERPORT, KY. For Sale CON. SALH 1 A Span of Mules .'pan of Rood mulcv ISK nnd 15lmml3H Inches IiIrIi; 6 years old In October j well broken to work nnynhtre Dr. J. T.Owen, Cloverport, Ky. 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 Saturday EXCURSION From Stations on For Sale Piano pOKBAt.K Second hand pliino; used very Httle. I'rtc;. f!75. Kor purttculiirs. Iwx 39, Cloverport, Ky. Thoroughbred Jack Rood thoroughbred .Tucks poll SALK-- A white points; black with yers old, 11) linndn high; Rood Iwne; slro .In in ho: dam, Mnyllower; Rood colt eetter; will sell or trade for other stock. J. O.Cox, HrandenhurR. Ky 11 For Sale Wanted Match for Mare Mule fANTEIhA match for my mure mule; lit nionthsold. SS0 pounds: Hi hands !','f!'',..VU" A6" or buy- - W. T. MdttlURly, Olen Dean, Ky. Cash Only J. 1 Wanted TO triends at Stephensport recently. FOR SALE Sawyer home two stories, metal roof, good cistern, lot 50 by 135. C. P. Sawyer, Executor. John J. Pate, was out at the Fair for the first time in six months. He has been down with inflammatory rheutism. Miss Doris Taberling, of Tar Fork, was here Saturday and renewed her subscription to TheBreckenrldge News. Mrs. Carrico and son, Alva, of Lamar, Col., arrived Tuesday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Felix Beavin, near town. Miss Lula Severs and Miss Edith Plank were guests of Mrs. John Kincheloe in Hardinsburg during the WANTED nault, Ky. ;'.rni'!,s horse A Rood flood Horse middle and E. C. Che- Louisville, Ky. Tickets Sold Cow Pasture for Rent pCU KENT Cow pasture; npply .Mrs. V. C. English Cloveroort, Ky. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Saturday, August 28th Good returning Sunday, Aug. Only $1 Round Trip! --Toft 29 No. 147 wncitaw Arriving Henderson ArriVlUK illm Cloverport will leave Bt .. a .. 7:40 A. 6:30 A. . 9:00 A. ' 0 4J.4e) 1 "ASK PENS Round Hardinsburg Fair Trip August S jj Z 18, 19, and 20 $ e Are You Goingto Build? I THE OF THE AGENT" PAST. ACCOUNTS OF 4-Motor ONE-DA- Y VISITS City Transfer Auto Service Horses ind Buggies tor Hire Phone 104 Cloverport, Ky. Pierce Bros. K $2, Miss D. M. Jones, who has been visit' ing her cousin, Mrs. John Pate, near Pisgah. returned to her home in Fords- of the Summer Season ville, Monday. Mrs. Mended and daughter, Miss Miss Allie Clark is visiting near Ask Charlotto Mended, Misses Mildred and Leona Callahan, of Evansville, are guests ins, Ky. Kodak films developed bv Brabandt, of Miss Louise Nichols. Mr. C. P. Sawyer left Monday for Cloverport. was boine from Owens West Point to visit his sister, Mrs. B. S. Edison Gibson Whitehouse and from there he will go to boro Sunday. are visit Bexley, Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawsou Thos. Beard, Jr. acted as Field Mar ing in Louisville. shal, at the Fair last week aud did excelMrs. E. C. McDonald has returned lent work for a youngster. Geo. Lyd-dahome from Louisville. tied the ribbons and Jesse Howard Mrs. Henry May and Mrs. John Ross, did the spelling. Hal Murray held down went to Louisville Monday. the races. Perry Kemp shipped a fine lot of logs froq. Stephensport last week. ael Holder took n head cattle to the Louisville market last week. Mr. Orvill Short, returned to New Mrs. Harvey Stone, of Louisville, is York Sunday, after a visit to his sisthe guest of Mrs. Carrie McCoy. ter, Mrs. G. E. Sblvely. Mr. I. T. Muckenfuss goes to Owens- Mrs. F. U, Lacy, of Pembroke, is boro this week to visit his family. visiting her brother, Rev. S. H. Mrs. Lucv Younger, of Louisville, is English, at Ammous. visiting relatives here and at Holt. Cart and Miss Khuelma Master H. M. Beard and John Miller bought Dowell, of Union Star, were guests of tobacco for $7, $4 and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell last week. . T. McGovern's n Tours. River Trips and Vacationettes fair. A S i i If so let us figure with you on STEPHENSPORT. R. M. llasham Road Supervisor, was He has ben sick for three weeks. rtllhert Newman, of Evansvllle, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. F. M. Fain out Monday. worth. Miss Marv'Frvmire has returned to Frvmire. after a vUit to Mrs. J. Byrne Severs. Miss Nettie Pool after a week's visit to children, of Cloverport, returned Sun- Niss Nellie Haffey, returned to her home ay from a visit to relatives In the at Axtel. country. Misa Marearet Puckett, of Hawes Miss Grace Taylor Driskell left ville, is the guest of Mrs. Dwight Thursday for Bridgeport, III., visit Miss Maude Smith returned Sunday from an extended visit to her sister at Valley Station. The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pullen died Friday night and was burled Saturday.' Mr. Jess Walls, of Hardinsburg, was n town Sunday, en route to Chenault, where he opened school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson and her aunt, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Hntrh Wood and daughter, Ruby, Dr. G. E. Shively Is in Louisville left with Mrs. Kitchen for Hopkinsville for a few days this week. Saturday. Miss Qelva Jane French returned revolutionaries, frightened at tbe arHave the picture of your home made from a week's visit to relatives in rest of their chiefs, had not dared to utter a sound. while tbe vines and treesarestlll pretty. Webster. Mr. A. C. McKaughau, of Clover TVin nml nn. J""" T nlltn 111., left JlohnT Ditto. port, spent Sunday with his mother, for Mrs, McKaughan. yesterday Jr., of Decatur, Crawford lieauchamp, of Basin Spring, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gibson recently. Randall. to The Old Time Quill and the Art of Putting a Point on It. Quill pens arc no longer used except In rare old fashioned Instances, but peoplo still use "penknives" you can seo tho name any day In the cutlery Life Insurance and Real Estate store windows but they do not uso them to make or mend pens. In fact, Office with J. R. Eskridjc, Attorney where is there n man or woman who knows how to put u point mi n quill? Hardinsburg, Ky. It was once an art which every man had to master, though women were generally bad nt It. ns they uro now nt sharpening pencils. In the old days tho first question LAWYER asked of u schoolmaster was tho ono whether ho was skillful In pointing Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to quills, for ho had to sharpen the pens Collect in Court or out of itl See or of his wholo school and Incidentally in Write me. Will make the l'rice struct his pupils in the art. Alas! Right. Is no modern pen of steel or gold There that is so smooth, so swift, so alluring as a good quill pen. Tho writer Is very sure of that, for his father used to tell blm so. Tho art of handwriting has certainly declined since tho quill pen went out of use. The old fellows could really write. We still pay them an unconscious trib- Telephone 56-- J Cloverport, Ky. ute by calling a writer a "quill driver" and picturing tho pen. whenever wo have to mnko an abstract rep DR. B. resentation of It, as n quill. New Specialist on York Mail. RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also A Diplomatic Official. During the reign of Emperor Napo462 Sth St. Loulsvilee, Ky. leon III. ho nnd tho empress visited Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. 2 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m Normandy nnd had arranged to spend a couple of days at Evroux. M. Jan vier do la .Mon to. who was tho prefect, learned that tho revolutionaries intended to hiss the sovereigns as they passed, and so ho summoned the leaders of the movement nnd told them that ho knew of their plot. "If you curry out your plan," said he to them, "you will get six mouths in prison. If you do not your friends will uccuso you of 240 acres, situated half mile cowardice and treason. As a way out from Hardinsbur: and Clover-por- t of the difficulty I propose to lock you up at onco until the emperor has Pike, livo miles from gone." Tho conspirators accepted the Good Cloverport. dwelling, terms offered them, uud so the emperor was greeted ouly by cheers, us tho stock burn 40x34; double cribs: 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 buildings. We call your attention to our stock of up-to-d- ate C. L. BEARD V. G. BABBAGE Colonial Columns We are making a special price on these columns. Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you prices on all material. Cloverport Planing Mill, Office and Plant : Cloverport, Ky. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 1 fl ceB Near Depot Dentist T. RAFFERTY 5,000 Votes With the Last Punch! ( If you want your favorite girl to be Sue, get your votes at 1 i Times as many as any other firm Best Assortment ol Farm for Sale 5 Ice Cream, Ices and Fresh Candy in Town With the Original Purity and Quality Brabandt. ; Cincinnati. Parents Sco that tho childrons' tcoth tiro be- in good fehupo before school The Tail of a Fish. A fish's tall Is Its wings. Owing to the machinery of muscle set along Its Rev. H, S. English, of Amuiuns, spluo uud to Its cleaving form u trout filled his appointment at New Hope or salmon can durt through the water at a tremendous pace, though its nip-I- d Saturday and Sunday. nights, uullko'thu bird's, aro not long ones. It Is soon tired. The water A Cruel Comparison. In not so friendly "I don't make much," said the fond Tho stroke of the to lllght nsIs the air. Ush's tall ono of suitor. "My salary Is $30 a week. great power, and by menus of It and Could wo live on that, dear?" tho "Ah," sighed tho maiden dreamily, body writhing, sunkellkc llexion of tho n high speed Is reached, Tho prleo of a tiro for father's "Just the strength behind this speed is shown In motorcar." a llsh or sea imiiniiial out of Then something told the f. s. that water ho was wasting time. Birmingham tho ground will raise its tall uud strike the or bout. the-wa- y Age-ncral- good tobacco barn 44x44; well watered; good rolling land; fomo timber; produces corn, tobacco, wheat and Oats. For further information, price and terms, write or call on NOTICE To Those Needing Building Material We nrcfpicpiued to till jour orders in various kinds of liuildin Matei iiil at prices that will meet your approval. eJ.C Elder Cloverport, Ky. J'Write 2 us for prices for anything you need"-- ! 1 FORDSVILLE 3 JAKE WILSON, Manager T. PLANING MILL COMPANY, IncuriioruU'il FORDSVILLE, KY. FOR RENT Two farms one mile above I.vwisport, Hancock county, Ky,, on the Ohio river. known ns the I.oury homestead. Good dwelling of 8 rooms mid out ImildiiiKs; the other adjoining at the lirst tressel on New land ami I... II. & St I,. Railroad new tenant house; well watered; in both farms there is about 160 acres for culti vation; some laud very fine; will rent s gentleman. both places to a Wheat laud reserved to sow this fall. l'or full particulars upply to MRS. SARAH H. 1'AKKHK, Louisville, Ky. 27J3 W. Jefferson St. first-clas- Vi. Aj- - r4 AA Jra (? js?.y-- i 4 tJ$i 'A 0 ySuAi gins, then work and heiilth will ho bettor if this is do no. Do it W, A. No! Dintist, Ky. Engaged. Stranger (Impatiently) Say. Isn't that newspaper to bo had yet? I've been waiting for It for two hours. Waitress I'll seo about It. Farmer Cross ha it In the sldo room. He's teaching bis llttlo boy to rcud. Fllegende Ulutter, Munich. And So It It. What do you consider tbo greatest WALKER, HirdiMkirg, r Bank ot Hirdlntbiirg Trull Co. luman paradox?" A secret session of a woman's, club. H Philadelphia Ledger. Victor Hugo. Victor Hugo was the wealthiest of tho nineteenth century authors and also tbo hardiest. At ono tlnio lie mudo less than 1,000 francs last hliu uud his brother for eighteen months, uud ono chop would servo for lunch threo duys In succession. Uut this early ubstl-nenc- o did not spoil Hugo's digestion, for at tho ugo of eighty-threho cracked nuts with his teeth and ato oranges as some folk eat apples peel and all. e Reducing Hog Disease. Thuro la no doubt Unit If tho loca tions of nil ttio tio;; houses aiitl hog lots Smooth head or bearded variety. on farms were inoro Order while you can net it. ohost'ii. all feeding floors constructed or conI)U. I'. V. KOOTK & SON, crete, xuiiltary hoc wallows provided Irvine,tou, Ky. In thu ynrds, disinfectants used more frequently nnd freely and the pasture Kirk School Wins. system of nmliitnlnliiK the swine herds s durltiK the Kprliic. summer nnd fall The Kirk school received the $10 followed, that tint; cholera would and banner for the largest attendance be greatly reduced. "Re-cleanecure-fullsea-son- Seed Wheat at the llreckjnrldue county fair. Subscribe Today Read Your Home Paper Read the Want Column Try our up to date job work 1 If i RUTH LAW iVith George LAWLESS SKIMMER OF THE SKY Exhibit Car of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission wJC vTf Nidnrtnari nr Headline Writer npmnrratir TiYket I j BH For Governor Mayland, the "Miraculous Human Fly" VtSMHHlZH yjHIIH ml I fc5-2?- Austria angrily nttneks Augustnwlez. Belgians bravely boat back the Bavarians. Canadians courageously conquer the canals. Dlnanfs defenders defeat destroyers at DIxmudc. England's efforts effective In enfilading enemy, Frnnco forces Ocrco fighting In Flanders. Germans grabGallcla by gallant generalship. Hlndcnburg hesitates to halt his hussars. Italian Infantry Insistently Invades Istria. Joffro Jovially Jests on Jack Johnson. A. O. STANLEY For Lieutenant-Governo- tWf m r JAMES D. BLACK For Secretary ot State BA11KSDALE MAMLETT For Attorney-GenerM. M. LOGAN al For Auditor Tuberculosis Commission equipped a r.lilroad coach with an exhibit J regarding tuberculosis and how to prevent the spread of the disease and has sent It to many points In the state. My me:ii's of pictures, dc .riptlons, toy houses and electric device the whole story of the ausp. eufe nd pievcntlon of consumption Is told in .rnphlc form for fli,- iuscrly. In i t'on of the state. i little over a year (iS.000 people have heel, tcai'ltcd In nil MM. on so that lal Mains it ii message ofhave been taken tobereach ea hrrs mid good health may comuun: alcd thfoiih i to a tunny this peop.e as possible. '"jTMIK Lemberg, Mnckcnscn madly maneuvers, menacing many. NIeuport nervously negotiates nour- Kitchener kindly commends the king's kitchens. Lined up at Louvaln, loom up at R. L. QUEEN For Stnto Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTEU For Clerk of Court of Appeals li. W. KEENON For Supt. of Public Instruction V. O. GILBERT For Commissioner of Agriculture MAT S. COHEN For Circuit Judge .7. R. LAYMAN For Commonwealth's Attorney ishment. Oncoming offensive on Oltlchnl ominous. Petrogrnd pours In provisions to pound Przemysl. Querulous queen questioned on queer queries. Russians revenge" retrent on the HENRY DcIIAVEN MOORMAN! For Circuit Clerk L1KE1 Itawka. Notice. Breckinridge Circuit Court. May Term, May 15, IOI5. the matter of order GOVERNMENT OF RADIUM CUTS COST PRODUCTION. Slngalese and Sikhs suffer setback nt .Slenlnwa. WALLS 4 Teutons triumphantly tramp through Traey-le-Mont. In Secretary Lane Urges the Conservation of Ore Deposits. Secretary Lnne announced thnt the production of radium from Colorado carnotlte ores by the bureau of mines of the department of the Interior, In connection with the National Iladlum RUTH LAW. institute, has passed the experimental stage In Its new process nnd Is on a LAW Is "such a little the "Air Queen's" machlner creeps out successful manufacturing basis. He but she makes her hie on the crossed wires under the plane, also declared that the statements made RUTH of the wide blue sky cuts loose his chute from the body of to congress concerning the ability of the car and, with the airship going sit up lu their mono and bithe bureau of mines to produce radium sixty or seventy miles an hour, drops planes and take notice when she sails at a greatly decreased cost over other 500 feet before he dares let his frail processes had actually been verified Into the far reaches of the empyrean support umbrella open and carry him that a forthwith attachment issue, and that the cost was even less than and does stunts that even a bird would to the earth 1,500 feet. hereafter, for each and every witpredicted. Secretary Lane said: not dream of doing. And yet she has ness who is subpoenaed for the Hushing at a rate too terrific for "The cost of one gram of radium Commonwealth and who thereafter been flyliiK only two years, Is one of even an express train to rival, the effalls or refuses to be in the court metal produced In the form of bromide only two women tilers In the country fect of this sudden lightening of the room, and to answer to his name, during March, April nnd Mny of the and Is still In her teens. She Is Just madly careening airship, outlined like when called, be that time 9:00 present year was $30,050, I am Inform an ambitious, daring, feminine little a shooting star against the far sky, o'clock a. m., or any other hour of ed by Dr. Charles L. Parsons, In charge slip who has become enamored of Is absolutely awesome, and spectators the day before court is adjourned of the radium Investigations of the bu aerial work, does not know the moan- momentarily lose breath and speech or the witness excused by the Com reau. This includes the cost of ore. Ining of fear and who, while modestly until the little lller and. the big car monwealth or the court. Believing surance, repairs, amortization allowdecrying what is known as "insane" right themselves and triumphantly conthis my duty, in furthering the ance for plant nnd equipment, cost of or sensational Hying and who preaches tinue their Journey for that time at ends of justice and saving the bureau of mines salaries and all exState expense, I respectfully pray the beauty and commendublllty of least. penses Incident to the production of the judgment of the court on this Hying, yet skims and darts and (iolng over Niagara falls in a barrel motion; and, if same be sustained, high grade radium bromide. When you spirals and dives and drives through or smoking In a gunpowder factory Is I further move that notice of the consider that radium has been selling the air lu such dizzy fashion that her Inconsequent compared with this feat, court's action In the premises be ever- - appearance Is the supreme for $120,000 nnd $100,000 n gram, you which sends shivers up the spine at published in' The Breckenrldge of the day. will see Just what the bureau of mines the mere description and which is In News and the Record Press for Daredevlltry evidently runs in the reality one of the most spectacular, has accomplished along these lines. three consecutive issues next pre Law family, for Kuth H a sister to sensational, electrifying and tremen'The cost of producing radium In the ceding the October, 1915, term of the famous Itodman Law, champion dously thrilling ever witnessed and small experimental plant during tho the Breckinridge Circuit Court. Respectfully submi.ted, air man, high diver and motion picture which no other flier Is duplicating or first few months of the bureau's activi H. I). H. MOORMAN Bcnsatlonallst, whose doings have attempting. ties was somewhat higher, but not Ninth enough seriously to affect the final avCommonwealth's Attorney, the press with special stories Every day Jiuth Law and her ncrvo Judicial Distrlct.State of Kentucky." erage." galore. Not satlslled with the achieve- tingling turn will be the supreme atThe court being advised in the prem ments she accomplishes alone, Kuth traction at the Kentucky State Fair, has secured another Intrepid soul In and on two afternoons of the week ises, adjudges that the suggested rule Recommends Chamberlain's g George Mayland, a parachute Jumper, fteorgc Mayland will make his is necessary, wise and wholesome, and who goes up for 11.000 feet or over In dive. Colic, Cholera and Diarustains said motion, and the sheriff of Breckinridge county Is hereby ordered rhoea Remedy. and directed to hereafter notify each "I never hesitate to recommend witness subpoenaed of the existance of Colic, Mus rule and order and to govern Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Sol Wilthemselves accordingly; and it is ordered that the clerk of the liams, merchant, Jesse, Tcnn. "I sell Early Crops Insure Great Show For Thirteenth Annual Breckinridge Circuit Court deliver a more of it than any other preparations ' Kentucky State Fair true copy of this order to The Brecken- - of like character. I have used it my ridge News and to th5 Kecord Press in self and found it gave me more relief - 1915), (CRO!LOT the llrst time In the past 1092. Austrian leaf 10.00 6.00 MO time for same to be Inserted for three than anything else I have ever tried years conditions are lor tne same purpose.' 1093. ltlack wrapper 6.00 2.504 Obtainable 1000 , consecutive issues of each paper next favorable for tobacco 1094. Long or African leaf 10.00 5.00 2.691 everywhere. 15115 preceding the October, 1915, term of growers, and the crop for 10(4) 6.00 IMS. French leaf 10.00 6.00 Italian leaf will be an unusually early one. In this court. 1097. liest four samples, view of this fact It Is more than probIn Testimony Whereof, witness my "COFFIN NAILS" ORDERED each sample repreable that the tobacco exhibit at the senting different hand this May 15th, I915. FOR ARMIES OF THE ALLIES. 5.00 type Kentucky State Fair this year will be J. K. LAYMAN, an Interesting and extensive one, with Judge Breckinridge Circuit Court. growers of every county competing for Handsome Programs For State Fhs 400,000,000 Cigarettes Must Be Deliv the Interesting premiums offered. U. Handsome programs for all the dafjj ered by Sept. 1.' Poultry Parasites. 8. Kees, superintendent of the depart and nightly events of the thirteenth meut. Is making an appeal to growers annual Kentucky State Fair, to behelftt You keep the chicken house clean to are being pro througtiHUt the state to do their sec- In Louisville Sept. The allies have signed a contract tions proud this season by entering the pared by Fat Clark and Harry LmIIbw keep the parasites off the chickens. with a large American manufacturing leafage of their crops, and the two of the Uvest advertising rTrrrtt tM You spray to kill germs but what do firm for 400.000.000 "collln ualls." They banner Louisville. rivalry will be keen. you do to get the germs and parasites are not metal nails to tnck up coffins; Entries for the tobacco department The books list every special featany inside the chicken. Hens especially with, however, but are the good old will close Sept. 8, and In the Interim and each of the daily track and honed show it at moulting time and during "coffin nails" of the text books on application blanks and further Informa- show events, giving entries, riders and; the witter. How can you expect them physiology, the same old "coffin nnlls" tion may be had from Evan S. ltees, time and place of showing and covee dear Aunt Maria warns small Billy superintendent, Sprlnglleld, Ky or J. the Midway amusements, the Hlpjxvi to lay? Free them of all internal para- about. L. Dent, secretary, Kentucky State drome show, band concerts nnd the sites by feeding them B. A. Thomas The 400,000.000 cigarettes are to be great free outdoor affairs, which In j I'oultry Powder occasionally. If It Fair, Imlsvllle. Ky. on or before clude the world's wonder, Ituth Law, 'doesn't make your hens happy, we will delivered to the allies The various crops and leafage eligiSept. 1. The order will keep the factory lu her Hying exhibition, during which return your money. For sale at Wed- handling It busy night nnd day, It Is ble for entry are as follows: (loorge Mayland dives from the airship ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. LOT (CK01 l!tH). stated. In order to get tho "smokes" with only a parachute between him int. ai. 30. completed on time the factory will 1075. Hot leaf 115.00 $10.00 13.50 and Instant death. havo to turn out cigarettes at the rato 1070. HrlKht leaf 15.00 Advertising space In these programs 10 0) 2.1H Kentucky hair Dates 1077. OlKurettu wrapper .. 15.0) of 10,000,000 a day, or about 7.000 for 10.(0 2M Is choice and may be spoken for by ad1078. IlrlKlit traish 15.00 10.00 2.Wi every minute of tho day. which Is dressing the above named representa1073. Iitnt four sampled The following are the dates fixed for "goln' some," every man who "rolls his tives or the Kentucky Stato Fair floni a hlnulu crop, holding the Kentucky Fairs for 191s, own" will admit. In Louisville. embracing rixl leaf, brlxlit leaf, cigarIf tho allies smoku the cigarettes at as far as reported: ' ette wrapper anil the rate of manufacture, a cloud of State Fair Soason Tickets. 0.00 Nicholasvllle, Aug. 21 3 days. trash smoke forty feet high should engulf Season tickets in bonk form are beLOT (CHOI 1915). Ulizabethtown, Aug. 24 a days. the German empire, statisticians flguro ing prepared by the Kentucky State 1OS0. Ittxl liuf 10.OJ 5 00 2.50 Florence, Aug. 20 .'1 days. out. Fair management and will go on sale 10.0) lOtl. HrlKht lif 5.00 2.50 Alexandria, Aug. ill 5 days. Four hundred million cigarettes 10X2. Cltiun-tli- . wrapper .. 10.00 5.00 2.5) from Aug. I." to Sept. 11. The books KM. llrlHlit tnmli 10.00 5.00 2.50 are decidedly London, Aug. LM 4 days, would form a tobacco bridge covering economical to Fair lost. Host four Mimplea the Bug river from bank to bank from days. comprising us they do a half Shelby vilte, Aug. 25 from a ulnglu crop, sourco to mouth. The "papers" used dozen ilay tickets which sell singly at Germantown, Aug. 'J5 4 days. eniliracluK red leaf, K) cents at the Fair gate, but the half would carpet F.uropo " with n white brlk'tit U'jf, clgar Barbourville, Sept. 13 days. ette wrapper and pall, if laid end to end thoso 400,000,-00- 0 dozoii go for The night tickets, Hodgenvllle, Sept. 7 3 days. 2.50 truli cigarettes would stretch from Paris which are good after 0 o'clock and may days. Henderson, Sept. LOT (CltOl- - 1911). to Berlin and from Berlin to Paris be used both at tbo admission gates Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, nineteen times. ,. 15.00 10.00 150 and the Hlppodromu show In j. Auatrlau leaf the Fa' Sept. 3 6 days. 10W. Illack wrapper 15.00 10.00 2.50 vlllnn. soli for $1 for six. Books will 1087. Long or African leaf 15.00 10.00 2.50 Uorse Cave, Sept. 22 1 days. forwarded to out of town pur10U. French leaf 15.00 10.00 2.50 bo Defy Sunburn. Glasgow. Sept. 294 days. 10M. Italian leaf 15.00 10.00 2.50 chasers upon the receipt of postofllce 10!. Qreen river leaf .... 15.00 10.00 150 money orders for the number of book! Cave City, Oct. 4 0 days. Arm yourself with a bottle of "Pen-sl1091. Iiest four iamples, days. Murray, Oct. desired. Address all applications and Almond and Cucumber Cream" och sampl repreInquiries to J. L. Dent, secretary senting different and enjoy out door amusements. 25 ........,.. (.It ..(- - , Kentucky Bute Fair, Loularllle, of the Ky. Ijf Subscribe Today and 60 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. to-w- it: n d death-defyin- Absent Witnesses This day came the Commonwealth's Attorney of the Ninth Judicial District ind tendered the lollowlng written motion, "Owing to the fact that many, many witnesses were called in the court room during the present term, who had been duly and legally summoned in important criminal cases, and. owing to the fact that treat Inconvenience, delay and expense resulted therethe from to other witnesses, court and the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, I hereby move the court Uhlans, urged to uttermost, undermine Utrecht. Viennese vandals venturo to vacate Venice. For Representative J. O. HOOK Wllhelm's wishes will wane on wing. Woe-vr- e L. C. TA Xtrn xpedltlon xpectcd In xtrlcatlng xtreme left. Ypres youngsters look with youthful yearning to Yarmouth. Zydacow, Zurawna and Zlnatchor fall before Zurich's Zouaves. Spokane Spokesman-Revie- ulI Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health?! was suffering from Indigestion which caused headache and dizzy spells and made mo feel tired and despondent, I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y. "This medicine proved to be the very thing I needed, as one day's treatment I used two bot relieved me greatly. tles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they rid me of this trouble." Obtainable everywhere. Dispondency Due to Indigestion. "About three months ago, when I Insurance. Old Reliable Companies Henry Trent J. W. Trent P. L Datlt "PROSIT" STILL ECHOES. I I Statistics Show Enormous Quantity of Beer Made In Germany. Some Idea of the enormous quantity of beer manufactured for the use of Bavarian soldiers In the field can be gathered from the figures of the authorities of the First Bavarian army corps, Just published. Munich breweries alone deliver. It Is estimated, 140 carloads of beer In kegs am GO carloads of bottled beer each week. The first contains an average of 1,320 gallons to a carload and the sec ond 5,500 liter bottles. Other breweries deliver 50 carloads of keg beer, 1,320 gallons to a ear. Engaged In making this beer are the Bavarian Stato brewery, the Royal Ilofbrnuhaus and the stnte owned Weilianstephnn brewery. In addition to many private breweries. The army authorities pay 24 marks for n keg congallons nnd 23 taining twenty-twmarks for a case containing fifty liter bottles. three-quarto three-quart- Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : K; Dr. R. P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office BANNER TOBACCO YEAR FOK Trent & Walls' Livery Stable fur-tn- Prepared 1o Treat all Animal! Diseases I Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE'V. Hardinsburg,'Ky. M.D. The causes "Skeeter's" Serenade M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY does not have very quieting effect on tired nerves. "Penslar Skeeter Dig" them to move on. 25 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. TO END SCHOOL, COUNTERFEITING. 13-1- . 1 Prisoner Offers to Make Money Safe Opens at 9:30 a. m, each Sunday, In Return For Liberty. All visitors and strangers are cordiIf tho claims of Peter Feldkamp, now a prisoner In the Wayne county (Mich.) ally invited to attend. Jail under a seveuteen year sentenco M. D. DEARD, Superintendent, to Fort Leavenworth for counterfeiting, aro correct, he may bo the means Dr. W. A. WALKER, Secretary of revolutionizing the entire. Issue of United States paper money. Feldkamp wrote to Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo offerlug In exchango Law! for his liberty and u Job with tho treas- Jefferson 'School ury department a chemical secret ho 1.1 M bllAWd Mi I had discovered which, according to TWO YEAH him, will make counterfeiting Impos- COMPLETE 11th veir ovenCOUHSE.de. Oct. 3. Bee rrraLLJl. sible. Uureeu. Tuition libraries. Feldkamp Is n photographer and-apayable, fc'or FHKticaUlogueaiul amateur chemist of no slight attain- eillr hamlnomo 114 luotOQO Etching of TbomM Jeffenton ready to frame. . rlU ments. While experimenting In raising ELLIOTT PENNEBAKEK, Sec?. Lcurilk, Kf. 0110 dollar bills to ten dollar ones he stumbled on his process, which slnco his arrest, he asserts, he has perfected. Notice Feldkamp's process so colors tho bill that It cannot be bleached ami thus Urecklurldue Circuit Ccutt. halts evildoers from making even tbo T. n. Simmons, Plaintiff. paper. Even with the paper they Vs. Notice of Claims, would still be up against u stone wall, T t 1 HI duplicate his tint. unable to Heirs, Defendants, Washington authorities nre That tho All persons having claims agalnt taking Feldkamp's assertions seriously UI UII &. UtlL.til.ll Is shown by the fact that James Sloan, LHB L'HLJIC U LI. L.. iT, head of tho treasury department at De- are notified to present them atj4ay troit, has been Instructed to Interview Feldkamp. or before October 1. 1q15. LEG WALLS, A household remedy in America for master uummiu loner 01 me urcci 25 yeara Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. ridge Circuit Court. For cuti. sprains, burns, scalds, bruises. 25c and sOc. At all drug n 1 1 HARDINSBURG. KY. on J term. Jad.3. lreiiare for ben la Allitetes AcreutoSlcourtiandtUreo vis-Itor- 1 75 l(-- 1 04 ar -- store. Subscribe fATER TANK AND PUMPING STATION, KENTUCKY I HE ASKED FOR DONALD. . ITitc rnnccT uiidccdv imuciiiir lc-UT- I IPlV 1 f- 1 ' !s And Much to Hit Surprise Ha Got ths Answtr H 8ought. Dr. Norman Mnclcod, the famous Scottish divine, before visiting India, culled on an old highland woman In Glasgow, says n writer In tbo Scottish American. "When ye gang tao India," he said, "je'll be sccln' ma Donal' that went nwa tao India ten years ago an' never sent the scrape of n pen tao his mlthcr since." But, Katie," said the doctor, "India Is a very big place, and" how can I expect to And him)" "Ob, but ye'll Just be askln' for Donal'. What for no?" So, to please the old woman, he prom ised to ask for Donald, and he con scientiously kept his word. At various ports he made Inquiry among British ships, although It Hccmcd very much like looking for a needle In n bale of The Summery Girl A quiet resort of the summery sort is wuere 1 nm lonKinK 10 uo. AI1U COOl Where girls with bright glances are neck ing romances. Where roaming and boating and swim- mtnK anu uoHiinjc ruiiiittiiiy pui uui vjl bun. And soft'ls tho heart of the summery sort ui summer resony Km. I've tried every Jolly and dangerous folly The nrodlgal city nironln: tve toyed to satiety with each variety Of the bait served us on swords; And none of It thrills me with ennui It fills me And yet I'd get all In Could I ramble apart HWUH WUUIU III lllf, enasc BMttjrRoqflig THF TBISMlUMMF-ASflULT r.m3wn lasts because the natural oils of Trinidad Lake Asphalt give it resisting, lasting life. It docsn t dry out and crack like ordinary roofing, wme anu ici us cxpuin its economy. .. K V. ... irrinptmi lliinlwnr- - imp niriiv .,.. v wrtitu SjrTihH hj. Clovtr crt I'luntt K Mill. Cli.vir on. to stay. Kay Make your roof Genasco and you'll have a roof Jhat makeg you ., free from care and saves your leak-proof repair-money- ... -- 1 . resort With a summery sort of girl. a whirl at some summer m hay. OREST EXTENSION, STATE NURSERIES )emand For Material at State Nurseries Shows That Ken tucky People Are Beginning to Plant Trees As Well As Cut Them Down. Frankfort, Ky. (Special) It Is pat- tent to those Individuals who have Bade a study of the mattor that there lure certain areas of Kentucky which tare more valuable for the production of forests than for agriculture or pas- Iturage. In fact, there are certain areas which never will - produce any thing except timber crops. In order encourage the planting of these kreas to timber, and also encourage the planting of timber or worn out lands for regenerative purposes and lo prevent erosion, the State Board of Forestry, early in Its work, provided (for two nurseries one at Loulsvlllo Is the larger) and one at (which Frankfort, which Is hardly a year old at the present time. The nursery at Louisville was started early In the fall of 1913, and has been gradually in- crqalng its capacity. ' Last fall the fitSnrale of stock was made from the Louisville nursery, amounting to one thousand black locusts and one hun dred catalpa seedlings. That such nursery supplies are wanted In the .State is shown by the fact that, if available, at least ten thousand black locusts could have been sold and an indefinite number of other species. There Is no doubt but what, as the ex istence and extent of the nursery Is realized throughout the State, a large and continuous demand will spring up for seedlings and transplants which the State can furnish, since these seedlings will be sold at cost to individuals who desire them. The nursery will pay for Itself In time and the cost of the stock will be reduced as the capacity of the nursery Increases. At the present time there are considerably over six thousand transplants ln4tks beds at the nursery at species which were planted In the Louisville nursery this spring 5 Louts-YlVflCT- Oh, dull may things grow at the garden or show the unexpected that And unspeakably dull at the happens. As Dr. Mrfclcod's steamer Tou may note streaks of gray, clubt you're feet went up the Hugll river nn outward getting passe. no longer a cub. bound vessel passed close by. A sailor And sigh you're was leaning over her bulwark, and. But Junt take to tho woods, run away from your moods. moved by n sudden Impulse, the doctor And you'll soon frisk about llko a shouted out: squlrrl you start at a summer "Are you Donald Mnctavlsli?" When resort To his intense surprise the man an a summery sort of girl. With swercd, "I'm." Loo Shlppey In Judge. Dr. Macleod had only time to shout to write to your mother!" as "You're the vessels drew npart. The result of FARMERS FROM BELGIUM his amazing lnci'tlns was that the old ARE WANTED IN SOUTH. indy received n penitent letter from her long neglectful sou. Dut It Is HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE) Better Than Calomel and Quinine, (Contains no Arsenic) EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as n Remedy for Chills nnil I'cvcrs, Malarial b'evers and Bilious l'evers need at this season. )w what Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Try It. Don't Take Any Substitute. At Robinson-Pctt- PHHPAIir.lt IIY et I Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY iicoruiiriitt'il Company Box elder, whlto were as follows: ash. blue ash. annle stock, apricot, American beech, buckeye, catalpa, chestnut, Kentucky coffee tree, wild cherry, sweet cherry, American elm, glngko, sweet gum, shell bark mockernut hickory, pignut hick ory, black locust, sugar maple, red maple, cucumber magnolia, white oak, red oak, black oak, bur oak, pin oak, yellow poplar, black walnut, Japanese walnut. There were sown In the Frankfort nursery twelve seed beds 21x4 feet. with the following species: Chestnut, rod oak, black walnut, pin oak, yellow poplar, shell bark hickory, sugar ma pie, white ash. Each spring and fall sees the capacity of the nurseries very materially increased. The varieties which have been planted in the nurseries have been (with the exception of some species with which It was decided to expert ment) confined almost entirely to na tive Kentucky trees of special com merclal importance. Just what num her of seedlings will be available this fall for distribution and sale it is 1m possible at this time to determine on account of the earllness of the season. The seed beds were very materially Increased within the year. One feature of the nursery work at Louisville bushel of was the planting of one-haapple seed. It is eventually expected that the Louisville nursery will be able to furnish apple stock of stand ard variety to Individuals around the State and that the orcharding which is becoming a feature of agricultural work in Kentucky will in this way be materially assisted. Also the nursery is experimenting with varieties of wal nuts, chestnut, pecans and other nut trees which produce commercial or chards. hlcK-orylf The Clerk Guaranteed It. Colonies Established Already In Georgia and North Carolina. "A customer came Into my store the other day and said to one of the clerks, have you anything that will cure diarrhoea?' and my clerk went :iud not htm a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and said to him, 'if this does not euro you, I will uot charge you a cent for it.' So he took It home and came back In a day or two and said he was cured," writes J. H, Herrv Co., Salt Creek, Va. Obtainable everywhere. $10,000,000 A MONTH IS SENT TO BELGIUM. Whereas Kdwnrd J. Williams, the treasurer who disbursed the funds to meet the cost of the construction of the Panama canal, paid out $2,000,000 per month on tho average during the years 1005-1he. as assistant treasurer of the commission for relief In Belgium, has been distributing $10,000,000 per month since the German occupation became effective, says tho Chicago Christian Advocate. The economy with which this fund has been administered by the commission and Its splendid system of distributing food, regularly, promptly and economically, suggests to William B. Tarker, the offlclal historian of the commission, tbnt we have here a practical illustration of how successful collective marketing for nn entire nation may be. GATHERING TREE i!An SEEDS Devel- - Infant Industry In Kentucky oped by Stale Nurseries. condition desired. Kentucky Is pecul- 'far in that un to very recently there 'has been no agency or Individual in terested in the gathering of tree seen In Its borders. The demand for the tree seeds in the State nurseries at Louisville and Frankfort has started in a small way a new industry In the gathering of tree seeds within the State. Last year a considerable portion of the seed planted was obtained from Kentucky. Several small boys had become interested In this line of work and gathored a considerable quantity of seed of certain varieties. It is expected this fall that the bulk of the seed planted in the State nurseries will be obtained within the State from native varieties. The gathering of tree seed offers an attractive field for a limited number of Individuals, particularly bright boys, who are willing to take tho time and trouble necessary to distinguish tree species. The experience in growing trees at the State nursory has shown very that in a great many cases It i Tint nnsslblo to net tree seeds of the FnnHvo unpplps at the time and In the INTEREST IN SHADE TREES State Forester Prepared to Answer Questions With Regard to Shade Trees. every passing year the InterWith est of the citizens of Kentucky In tho shade trees of the cities, towns and villages, along public highways and on private lands and estates has become more keen, for the reason that our people as a whole are gradually of the coming to an appreciation worth of Inaiviuuai trees unu oi weu itles from an aesthetlcal point of view, and are alive to their value as factors lor neaun anu com tnr in tiin community. This is a nat ural development in lino with an awakening public Interest in parks, public playgrounds, hotter roads and j,lgj,ays and the development of attractive surroundings on the farm. In all this tho trees play a very portant part. Then, too, throughout present shade trees, the state the very considerable ex r on tent remnauts of the original forest, .i.nviiiL- - deteriorating aim aiiug de Their owners are interested moat pos (dedly In their preservation, It and their replacement if this must be done. Again within recent years the Increase of Insect pests and fungus diseases due to the mtroducHon of new species and varieties from foreign countries and the Importation of European nursery stock has caused widespread comment. Insect Infestations among our tree friends, a con ditlon which has been emphasized by tho lack of natural enemies to keep them in check and a notable decrease in our native birds that prey on in sects, havo been of frequent occur rence. In cities the paving of streets construction of sidewalks, laying of sewers and gas and water mains, con dults for electric light, telephone and telegraph wires all has very seriously disturbed natural conditions and en dangered tho life of tho shade trees, While it is realized that tho caro and protection of shade trees is not strictly within tho province of for estry, yet requests for information in this direction havo continually come to tho office of tho State Forester. Tho State Forester Is prepared to answer Inquiries for information by mall with, regard to shade trees particularly what species to plant, tho Injuries and diseases to which they are subject, and to offer remedies for these The First Biennial Report of (he State Forester deals with this subject of shade trees in detail ana may be obtained free of charge by addressing him at Frankfort. slble, EXPERIMENTAL FOREST. Scrawny Calves. What makes a calf scrawny off its feed? Germs parasites in the Intestines. Why not free them of this trouble? If you will give the calf some II. A. Thomas Stock Remedy in its feed, within a week you will see it brighten up and in four or five weeks vou won't know the calf. Costs-yobut a few cents and we will refund that if It doesn't do as we say. For sale at Wtdiliuc's Druu' Store, Cloverport, ky. Not Quito. "Young man," inquired her father sternly, "will you give her ti homo llko the one she has been used to?" "No," replied the truthful suitor, "for there will be no grumpy father to come home and make every one miserable by his kicking over trifles and swearing at matters In general. There will be uo mother to scold her from morning to night for wasting time merely because she wants to bo neat. There will bo no big brother to abuse her for uot doing half of lib work and no little brother to make enough nolsu to drive her crazy when her hcud aches. There won't be any younger sister to insist on reading some trashy novel while sbo does all tho work. She will not havo wltb me a home like she has been used to, not if I can help it." Boston Journal. At an immigration conference In Sa- -' vunnah.'iGa., one of the principal questions was that of methods of encouraging Belgian farmers to locate in Georgia. This Is not the beginning of such n movement in Georgia nor In tho south. It was started several months ago, with the result that there are now several colonies of Belgian truck farmers Similar moveIn southern Georgia. ments have been started in other states, notably in North Carolina, where there are one or two colonies of Belgians. This demand for Belgians is due to two causes first, tho south entertains n profound sympathy for tho Belgians in the plight the war has brought upon them; second, the great need of the south is for farmers, capable of doing intensified farming, to settle upon waste tracts of uncultivated farm" lands In Dixie. There are now In Georgia at least two concrete propositions which will be made to Belgians. One is the settlement of a tract of some 1,700 acres of farm land In Lowndes county. Upon showing that families desiring to settle on this land are reliable people It Is stated that all financial arrangements will be made for them, including transportation. Part of the land Is wooded, nnd Belgians settling there will be paid for clearing this land. There is a community store, nt which credit will be extended to those tilling Innds on this tract. Options will be given on these lands at their present price. There is a similar plan for settling a large tract of land in Jones county, near Macon, where fifty farmhouses have already been built WAR English DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ?S:S:'WB Alwujx In ntlli'i! during cfllci- - liouri Iriington, Ky. Hampshire Bucks For Sale! Wc lmvc sevcru I yearling bucks for sale nt $15.00 each. our !00 lb. State Fair Winner. W. R. MOORMAN & Sired by SON, ::: Glen Dean, Ky. Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers PRISONERS THEATER. Fashion Forecast Number In the September I I Captives In German Prison Camp Give a Show. The following story of life In n German prison camp was issued u few days ago by the German Information service as proof that Germany Is klud to the enemies who fall into German hands. The transjatlon reads: "On the evening of the day on which Lord Kitchener stated before the British parliament that English prisoners were harshly used a lu Germany vaudeville performance by the prison-o- r nnil fur tho lirlsoners took lilace lu tho camp at ltuhleben. says the Iter- liner Tageblutt. The program gives evidence of good humor, which could scarcely exist with bad treatment. "The commandant of tho camp sanctioned the performance, and from the program it is seen that the prisoners. 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 Trice per Copy... artists, made the performance a very' Jolly affair. To lie sure, one must not conclude from this that the prisoners receive any preferential treatment The vaudeville performance In ltuhleben is simply one of tho many proofs that tho treatment of prisoners Is governed by tho strict principles of Justice and humanity." GAINS Germans BY THE ALLIES. ..1JL J r Weddings Drug Store D TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blunk in renewing your subscription. Please examine tho label on your papor. If your subscription in duo, the Editor will appreciato payment. For dyspepsia, our national, ailment Permanent Exhibit at the State Fair use Burdock Blood Bitters. RecomIn Louisville. mended for strengthening digestion, At all drug purifing the blood. In conjunction with the forest nur stores. $1 00 a bottle. sery at Louisville, there Is being es forest tabllshed an experimental A Monstrous Tide. which will also bo a permanent exThe bay of Fundy forms n hlblt In connection with the State at which tbo Atlantic ocean seems to Fair. It is expected in this expert havo tukvn n speclnl spite nnd at regmental forest to show on a small pours into It an enorscale what may be done on any farm ular intervals of water. Tako tho harmous amount In Kentucky in the way of raising an illustration of wood material, and will bo of un bor of St. John as Interest to farmers and what this mighty tide must be. In doubted of ten others who have already wood lots on most parts of thu world a tide abnortheir land or expect to plant tbem feet is considered something It rises twenty to either for tho matorlal or for tho pur mal, but at St. John good twenty-fou- r weather. Iu feet lu pose of soli fixation and regeneration This forest will be sltuatod on tho stormy weather tho monotony Is vabank of tho Ohio river, and, In addl ried by the high water mark being Hon to furnishing a demonstration of pushed up even ten or fifteen feet what can be done in tho way of prac higher. tical forestry, It will also afford a for tho state nursery, and Try a Want Ad. if you will servo to hold the bank of the present place. Ohio river In its want quick results. c wind-brea- Havo Lost 1,027,740 Square Miles of Territory. Statisticians who have been watching tbo progress of tho European war have completed a compilation of figures indicating tho land area losses suffered by Germany since the conflict begnn. These figures show that the alsquare lies already have takeu 1,027,7-1miles of Emperor William's colonial possessions, which Include former holdings lu Asia. Afrlcu nnd the Pacific. An Idea of tho Immensity of this may bo gleaned from thu fact that the area as large as taken Is nearly tho United States, or as big as the combined stutes of Nevada. Utah. Wyoming. South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, .Mississippi, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia. Kentucky nnd Tennessee. Some Idea of the financial strain on tbo nations may bo gathered from the fact that Botha's short campaign against tbo Germans In southwest Africa cost Britain $07,000,000. one-thir- d RENEWAL ORDER TIIK 1MECKKN1UDGE NEWS, Cl.OVKM'OUT, KV. rl 1 EncIocd find scription account. Namk AnnitKss $ , which apply to my sub- - Try A "News" Want Ad. wwr Wv DvIlvVv --, OUR CREED DnHnirft as can local tho it. in do houses to a each n honest Advertising of Honest Goods and the days of fakirs aro numbered. What do you bcliovo? Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for mm. m mm mm mm iirV n -- 12 DtUt WW w TrfcHr'W W V mjCIIC V C perfection be had any where at tho same price. industries IirA DvllvVv That tho prosperity of of OUR COUNTY are essential to tho County. wealth and fw county of should pay wr ortr IIe w t T'mt n" ma''proportion the amount oflicense in they send into business WW C Dvllv V C tho State What you believe. WMT- -i That all merchandise that wo handlo is us near the standard of 43 Years?! AT THE OLD RELIABLE nk. .mASS WHERE in DrecKinrmge oariK. Only 46 Banks the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. Vt That it is not right for tho people of BRECKENRIDGE COUN- - 'OVISrfvwT'O Wv DvllvVv r TY to pile up their monoy in Chicago, Now York and other places and the taxes on it mako roads and schools for other folks to get the benefit of. ttt cvory mn'l 0I'dcr houso customer is standing in his own lipht without reflection on tho result. Estimating the population of Breckonridgo county at, 20,000 inhabitants and supposing each of this number sends to the mail order house every year .fS.OO it would mean $100,000 worth of taxable property gone out of tho county each year and would be $1,180 in taxes gone to some other locality and in 10 years at tho same rate would mean $11,800 gone in taxes alone, saying nothing at all of the depreciation in value of the real estate. "Demonstration'' Retiring from Business have concluded to dispose of my stock of General Merchandise and wind up my business. In order to do this quickly, the entire stock will be offered at and below cost for cash or produce. Any party desiring to purchase the stock as a whole will be offered same at greatly reduced rates. Good store house for rent at reasonable price. This is no fake sale. I mean business. Sale begins Thursday, Aug. 26th and will continue until all merchandise is sold. I ww t C "0lfivrjC IjCIlC V I" Patronizing homo industry and that they aro change that are indispensiblc. n medium of ex-V- V B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. HARDINSBURG. Oh! speed the day on When wrong shall cease, and liberty and love, And truth, and right throughout the earth he known As In their home above. Whittier. Jess Howard, of Glen Dean, spent week in town. David Aud, of Herndon, Va., is the guest of his cousin, B. F. Beard Jr. and Tillie Misses Louise Crews Gabe, of Owensboro, have been the guest uf Miss Ida Kennedy. Kev. S. K. Hunt, Mrs. Hunt and children are at home from Berea, where they have been the quests of Kev. Hunt, Mrs. Hunt and other relatives. Messrs. Paul Wilson, Hubert Lyons and Byron Cook were in town durine the fair. Miss Maud Brown, of Madison, Ind., has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dent Brown. Mrs. Orlie Woolfolk and son, William, of Louisville, are visiting relatives in and ucar town. Mr. and Mrs. John Heeler, of Kirk, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Leslie Walker, last week. Mr. Sherley Mason, of Hawesville, is visiting William Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Tnurman Smith and daughters, Misses Mildred and Lorena Smith, were guests of relatives in tovn last has gone to Chicago to attend a meeting of a Gun ClubHe will also purchase his fail Hotel. Emmett Royalty, of Louisville, was Stock of goods. of his brother, Dr. John Gibson and sister. Miss Annie the guest last week H K. Royalty. Gibson, ot Irvinglon, were the guests Arthur Jarboe came last week aud last week of Misses Anna and Hulh took his little boy, Ceiestine Jarboe, Kluchelua. Louis. Dr. Walker, of Bewleyville, has with him for a visit to St. Misses Annie and Lela Head, of been the guest uf his son, Dr. W. A. Owensboro, are the guests of Mr. Walker. family near Kirk. Jell Dillon was the guest of his par- Frank McGary and Mr. and Mrs. George Lyddan and and Mrs. 1'at Dillon last ents, Mr. Mr. John Lyddan, of Webster, have week. returned to their homes, after a visit Jerry Lennou has returned from Stcphonsport, where he has been for to Mr. and Mrs. John Akers and Mrs. V. W. Peyton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker and Miss Martha Baker, of Hawesville, attendOlllce of ed the fair, and were tie guests of Mrs. Will Hook. Miss Agnes Board left for her home in Louisville Saturday afternoon, after Hardinsburg, Ky., Aug. 23, 1915 a visit to Miss Martha Monarch. MOVE WHILE THE MOVING of Mrs. Moseley and daughter, IS GOOD Owensboro, are the guests of her sis ter, Mrs. R M. Kowland, on the pike. If you want a farm, I have them Mrs. Heston Driskell and children to sell; if you want to build a home have gone to Henderson to visit Board - weok. Marvin I). an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ko- land Smith. Mrs. Lula Dutschke and son Castle-bcrr- y Dutschke, of Louisville, visited her aunt, Mrs. Judith DcJarnette, last Friday and Saturday. B. F. Beard, Jr., is at home from a visit to a schoolmate in Boston. Miss Mallie Moorman has returned to her home in Glen Dean, after being the guest of Mrs. Miller DeUaven. Judge N. Mc. C. Mercer left Sunday morning for Henderson, where he will visit McCleary Mercer until Monday, then they will both go to St. Louis, where they will be joined by Mr. Frank Mercer, who comes to St. Louis from his Texas home on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne have returned to their home in Cloverport, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard. Miss Lillian May left for her home in Lewisport, after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elder. Miss Ellen Carter has returned to her home in Irvington, after a visit to Miss Florence Akers. Mr. and Mrs. Kabenacker, of Louisville have been the guests of their uncle, Mr. J. T. Hoben, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pate, of Panther, have returned to their home, after be ing the guests of Mrs. Bertha MsGary and other relatives. Mrs. William Venon and children are the guests of her grandfather, Mr, Charlie Mattingly. Mrs. Jim Jarboe, of Owensboro, Is the guest of relatives In town. Mrs. Fred Moorman, of Louisville, is' visiting Mrs. J. O. Hook at the Urlck and Mrs. Ashcraft and children left Monday for their home in Illinois, after being the guests of relatives in and near Harned. They made the trip by land. It took them nine days to come, on account of so much rain. Killed Quick and easy when "Pensiar Corn Remedy-i- s applied to a corn. Get a package now at Wedding's Drug Store and rest easy. 10 and 85c. IRVINGTON. Mrs. Will Ashcraft, of Brandenburg, has been the guest of Mesdames S. P. Parks and J. M. Herndon. Leon Lewis, of Louisville, spent the week end at the home of Miss Eva Carrigan. Miss Mary Alexander was in Hardinsburg last week visiting Miss Lottie Bandy. Rev and Mrs. T. J. Wade are home, after a visit with relatives at Somerset. Mrs. Newsom Gardner entertained informally Friday evening in honor of her sister, Miss Mary Smith. Miss Eliska Youtsler, of Brandenburg, was In town Thursday. Miss Mattic Grace Howe, of Lewis-por- t, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Aloise Berry, of Owensboro, was in town last week, combining pleasure with business. Misses Evelyn and Nell Bramiette returned from Big Bend Thursday. They were accompanied homo by Miss Fullenwidar. Miss Minnie Woolfolk, of Brandenburg, will visit friends here this week. Mrs. Baxter and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Baxter, of Glen Dean, were guests of Mrs. James Bolin Thursday. Miss Anita Bland, of Pembroke, has beea the guest of Miss Julia Lyons. A scries of meetings are being held at the Presbyterian church by Rev. R. E. Reeves and Rev. J. A. Troxlcr, of Smith Grove, Ky. J. C. Payne will leave Thursday for a business trip to Waggoner, Okla. Miss Lottie Bandy will assist in the bank during his absence. Miss Viola Lewis returned from New York Wednesday, after a six weeks course at Columbia College. A. T. Adkins suffered a severe injury last week by a falling coach lamp striking him on the shoulder. Members of the Housekeepers' League will enter little John Hottell D. S. Union Star, Ky. Mrs. Nora Board and B. L. Hender son were in Louisville Friday. Mrs. James Witt and children left Monday for Frankfort, after a visit with Mrs. A. O. Marshall. Mrs. Nell Cliutick, of Louisville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Richardson August 24, Bony Roberts bought a line jersey calf from Mrs. Mary Adkisson last week, paying $20. Peyton Basham, of Albany, Mo., came in last Friday to be at the bed side of his mother, who is very low at this writing. Dan Miller has bought US acres of land from the Macy heirs, consideration $65. Mrs. Nell Dieckman has the switch board here at Lodiburg for one year She gets $1)0 for attending to it. The Cart brothers shipped three hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville last week, for which they received $8.20, Will Robertson $11.75 and $3.75. shipped one hogshead. Sold for $13.75, the finest tomaJ. W. Brown-raisetoes In the neighborhood. He had one that weighed a little over two pounds. Who can beat itV The wind and rain last Friday and Saturday did considerable damage in this neighborhood, blowing down corn and fences. 1915 (5 cents each, 3 for 10 DEEDS (2 cents) MORTGAGES cents) for 5 Pension Certificates C. L. BEARD Milton Green, of Louisville, was In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, of Hawes ville, were the guests cf Mr- - and Mrs. Carl Vlokers Sunday. Clarence McGlothlan spent Monday n Louisville. J. M. Mudd and daughter, Miss Beulah Mudd, returned to Louisville Friday, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bennett, Basin Springs. (5 cents each) Typewriting Paper Engraved Cards Stationery and Special Printing Call or Mail all Orders to let me sell you a nice lot close to church and school; if you want a home already built, I have several well located, with the price right and on easy terms; if you want a grocery store, 1 have one here and one in Gleudcauu.to sell or exchange for good land; If you want a small tract of good hind where you cuu farm and have all the advantages of town schools anil churches, I can supply you on terms to suit you; If you have anything to sell, let me list it. . Any skin itching is a temper tester. in the Baby's Health Contest at the The more you scratch the worse It itches. Doan's Ointment Is for piles, Louisville fair. eczema any skin itching. 50c at all W. J. Rumle has returned to Louisville, after ten days stay at the Biggs drug stores. C. L. IlardliiNbura, Beard Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell spent Sunday In Garlleld with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dowell. Mack Brown left Sunday for his home in Athens, Ohio, after a ten days visit to his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Gus Brown. Mrs. Walter Brown, of Woodrow, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. A. X. KIncheloe. Misses Gertrude and Jacie Alexan der, of Harned, have returned to their home, after a visit to their uncle In Meade county. Mrs. Jack Smith and sons and Mr. House. Jess Gardner has returned from Bvansville, Miss Cornelia Wortham, of Louis ville, is the guest of Mrs, It. A. Crlder. Miss Margaret Connill spent the week end In Louisville. Joe Board has been visiting his sister,1 Mrs. Dale Smith. Friends of George Hull are glad to hear from him. He is located at Halls, Mo. Miss Susie Thomas Payne has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Heston, Hardinsburg, L0DIBURG. Misses Mary and Adele Frymire, of Chenault, were the week end guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frymire, of Eitron. Mrs. Helen Avltt returned from Louisville last Friday, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Hue Casey. Mrs. Wm. Head and Miss Mamio Head attended the fair at Hardinsburg last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Harrison are receiving congratulations over a little girl that arrived at their home last week. GLEN DE VN NEWS. Hiirdiu Wilson came from Louisville to tile Hreckenridge County Fair and to Glen Dean to visit his son, 11. U. Wilson, last week, mid returned I'ridaynfternoon Rev. Tolinson. of Hnriliticlmnr fillml his tegular appointment here. Rev. Ming passed through here Satur- day en route to his appointment at Illuck Lick. Miss Elizabeth Baxter and her mother have returned from Danville and Lex. ingtou, after a six weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. V. 15. Neulitm and chil. dren, of Owensboro, are visiting Mrs. The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Kentucky Neullng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. IV. T.iuauiugiy. The foundation for the new depot at this nlace is helmr lni.1 Tli - when completed, will be a handsome one uuu u creuu 10 me town ana the railroad. The building will be 18x76 feet. Our town is esnerinllv irmtfnl tr. Mr Hudson for so nice a depot II '