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The Breckenridge news: September 1, 1915 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 brc1915090101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 1, 1915 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XL " FIT TO PRINT. 1, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER . I 1915. 8 Pages mm rso. 9 m " ... BRECKENRIDGE 1. BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MEETS AT KNIGHTS HAVE OF PYTHIAS SEPHENSP0RT News And Otherwise Of Autum MANY OLD TIME DEMOCRATS Touch Revi-Closes MEET IN SATURDAY HONOR GUESTS Felt Monday CONVENTION AT HARDINSBURG Excellent Attendance of Ministers, Messengers and Delegates Hany Visitors Come Both Days-Sple- ndid Program, The Breckenridge Baptist Association met Wednesday and Thursday with the Amnions church in Roberts Uottora There weie ten ministers present, Rev. J. E. Meng, preached the Introductory sermon. C. D. Chick, representing the Western Recorder, Rev. O. Z. Cale, enlistment secretary for Kentucky, Dr. A. B. Gardner, superintendent of Kentucky Baptist Children's Home, Dr. of Georgetown Mitchell, College, were there. Nearly five hundred people were present, with more The Woman's dinner than people. Missionary Societies, of this county, met Wednesday with good reports. Nearly all of the eleven societies were represented In person. Tne meeting was greatly enjoyed by all. The next meeting place of the association will be at Hardlnsburg. The officers this time were Rev. Harvey English, moderator, W. P. Compton, assistant, and W. C. Moorman, clerk. The New Mission Board will meet at Hardlnsburg Wednesday, before the second Sunday of this September. The following messengers were present Wednesday and Thursday: Bewleyville J. M. Compton, Chas. Gross.. Black Lick J. M. Cralgg. Cloverport W. II. ' Gibson, G. R. McCoy. Cornith Burne Dejarnett, Rev. J. L. Dellnrt, L Walker. Clover Creek-Eng- lish Frank Curry, S. H. Rob-binJim Tom Pool, H. Curry. Friendship G. W. Payne. Garfield Wm. Snyder, Ab Bullock, , M. P. Compton. Goshen Allie Bishop, W. C. Moorman. Hardlnsburg W. R. Bowman. S. G. Smart, Clay Kites Run- -J. Hawkins, Clen Miller, J. H. BIythe. Macedonia Jo Brlte. Irvington T. N. McGlothlan, J. B s, Hutchinson. New Bethel Fred Hawkins, Louis Atwood, J. D. Flnley, D. S. Miller, Dennte Squires. Stephensport H. S. English, Noah Gibson, N. G. Barbee, Percy Blaln L. D. Fox. Walnut Grove Jim Skillman, C. L. Avltt, M. I. Simmons, G. E. Payne, J. W. Keys, II. T. Gibson. Mrs. Hen Lay was the guest of Mrs. W. H. Gibson, in Cloverport, Thursday Miss Avis Hyde, of Hardin Grove, Come. Ind., vislteg her sister, Mrs. Wm. Gilbert, last week SEVERAL OTHER VISITORS Misses Henrietta and llcrnicc Ahl, after spending the summer with relatiThe Knights of Pythias had n splend- ves, returned to her home in Kvansville, id meeting Monday night in their Lodge hid., Saturday. room in this city. J. V. Carter, O. R. There were many visitms in town fast R. and George M. Moore, superintcnd-nn- t week enroute to Amnions to attend the of the Knights of Pythias' home at llrcckeiiridge County Baptist Association. Lexington, M. I). .Morris, Tell City, M. Mrs. A. M. Miller, after a mouth's stay D. Rushing, of Owensboro, J. A. Sapp, here, returned to Cloverport, Sunday. I,. II. Shercr and Dr. I. 11. T. D. Hale, Rev. L. McSill, of New York, arrived Cosby, of Hawesville, were the guests of honor. Pleasant and instructive addres last week to spend n week with his moses were delivered after which refresh ther. Misses Cecil Dix and Lelah II, Hawkments were served. ins, are in Hardinsburg this week, at tending the Teachers Institute. Reward for Services. Mrs. Frank Bryant and children, of Andrew Driskeli and Mrs. W. D. Hawesville, are the guests of her mother, Smith received from the State last Mrs. Letitia Robertson. week, life time certificates, good for Mrs L. 1). Pox is spending the week any school In the State. These certificates came as a reward for twenty in Hardlnsburg, the guest of her sister, years' services as teachers in the pub Mrs. Godfrey Haswell. lie schools. Mrs. K. A. Blain is in Louisville. Delightful Meeting Monday Night George Moore And J. W. Carter, Of Lexington, With Results. Twenty Delegates Elected to Attend the State Con vention Which Jlet in Louisville Yesterday-Resolut- ions Adopted. A large crowd of harmonious and en thusiastic Democrats met nt Hardinsburg last Saturday in mass convention to nominate delegates to attend the State convention in Louisville, which met Tuesday, August 31. It was an old time convention made up of some of the best men in the party and from every section in the county. Stanley men were there, McChesney men and McDerinott men all participated and had places on the committees nnd were appointed delegates. There was no bickering or wire pulling, nor was there any signs of discord. Representatives of the defeated candidates recognized the Democratic doctrine that to the victor belong the spoils and conceded their rights to name their representatives and gave them full power to act and control the convention, which they did. They were not hoggish, however, but gave the minority full representation in the convention nnd its organization. So an old time Democratic love feast was the re sult. County Chairman Vic Pile called the convention to order promptly at one o'clock. Secretary Ed Dillon read the call. The Hon. Gus Brown nominated Judge Henry Dellavcn Moorman for chairman. His nomination was made, . unanimous. Marshall Norton was elected secretary Judge Moorman took the chair and made a very enthusiastic speech, which aroused the convention and was loudly applauded. On motion the chair appointed the fol lowing committee 011 delegates: Vic File, Frank DeHaveu, John O'Reilly, Dr. W. A. Walker and Paul Compton. The committee on resolutions were: Cleveland Hendrick, Hon. Thos. J. Moore, Hon. E. II. Sliellman, C. Vic Robertson, J. E. Monarch, R. D. St. Clair, D. C. Walls and Jesse Whitworth. While the committee was out Gen. D. R. Murray addressed the convention in one of his old time Democratic speeches. The committee rejxjrted the following delegates. Compton, T. J. Moore, Jno. O'Reilly, J, K. H. Shellman, Dr. D. S. Spire, Hawkins Smith, Bob Jordan. A. Barry, Report of Resolutions' Committee. By the Democrats of Breckenridge county, Kentu;ky, in Mass Convention assembled in the courthouse in Hardinsburg, 1915, Ky., on Saturday. August 28, pursuant to call of the State and Heavy Loss by Fire. Nat T. Bisham, of Sample, lost last week his dwelling and all his house hold goods by lire He carried $700 in surance in the Hartford Insurance Co., represented by L. C. Taul. Mr. Taul was on the ground Saturday, adjusted the loss and cave Mr. Basham an or der for his money. Waldo Simons Dead. Waldo Simons, Mrs. Hebbie Robertson is visiting rel atlves in Owensboro. The revival at the Baptist church, conducted by Rev. T. N. Compton and Kn- ghsh, closed Friday night. There were several reclaimed and eight were baptized Sunday by Rev. English. The leaders are gratified over the interest taken and the revival gives promise of lasting good. County Chairman, be it resolved as follows: FIRST That we, utiqualifidely, and with pride nnd sympathy, indorse the strong character, wise and patriotic course, patient and prudent conduct of our country's great president, Woodrow Wilson, and his entire administration. SECOND That we indorse the loyal, democratic public and party service of our United States Senators, Hon. Ollie M. James and Hon. J. C. W. Beckham, and our congressman, Hon. Ben Johnson, and we hereby evidence our appreciation of their conspicuous service to our state and the nation; and we indorse our state administration in its wise policies, and we, unqualified; ly, indorse the entire State and county nominees. S. Of R. Was a Native Dies in Kansas Breckenridge County. W. C. Adkisson, of McFall, Mo., sends a notice of the death of his father as follows: Samuel R. Adkisson, who for many citizen of the years was a southeastern part of Gentry county, but who had of late years been making Isadore, Margaret, Irene and Regin his home with his son and daughter in McGary and Mrs. H. P. King and chilColorado and Kansas, died at the Kansas, on dren. daughter's home at Gem, June 3O, I9I5. In reporting the death Many Friends Think of this good man, the Colby (Kan.) Of Dr. A. A. Simons. says: well-kno- Head, Tillie Gabe and Louise Cruse, of Owensboro; Mr. and Mrs. Will Veene man and children and Miss Florence Fieldhouse, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jarboe, of Evansville, Ind.; Miss Generose Bickett, of Vine Grove, Misses Anna McGary and Mabel Harl, of McQuady; Mary Sheeran, Christina Hook, Maggie Ryan, Anna O'RIelly, Mary and Kate Kennedy, Georgia Grause, Messrs. Frank and Paul Kennedy, Bud Grause, Allen Rhodes, Ray Sheeran, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mattlng-ly- , of Hardlnsburg; and Ernest, John, Herbert, Dud, Eugene, Willie, Percy, THIRD That we indorse the County Unit Law and favor its enforcement, and. accept the results of the recent primary as eliminating this question from the campaign. FOURTH That the Breckenridge county delegation to the State Convention vote, as a unit, 011 all questions, motions and nominations; atid that it support Hon. Ben. Johnson for chairman of the State Convention; aud the delegates named by this convention shall name the chairman of their delegation, from their number at a meeting to be held and presided over by our county chairman, C. Vic Pile, in Louisville, and said delegation shall be governed and bound by these resolutions as the will of this convention. Respectfully reported, Z. C. Hendrick, chairman. E. II. Shellman, D. C. Walls, J. Whitworth, C. V. Robertson, T. J. Moore, J. E. Monarch, R. D. St. Clair, Committee on Resolutions, "The convention then adjourned. last Thursday celebrated her 82nd birthday. Cannelton Telephone. Sells Two Fine Horses. one of the most Kverett Lewis, of McQuady, sold last prominent citizens of Perry county, died at his home at Toblnsport. Thurs- week to Hev. Tlmtning, of Knottsville, day night. The funeral took place a fine saddle and harness mare for $JoO; and one combined horse to Henry Friday afternoon. Mays for $150. What Can Boat This ? Dear JI. Ilabbage : If your are going to print some of the fair premiums, lets have all of them. I did not see where Mrs Thos. O'Donoghue won her barred Plyinoth Rocks, first premium for the best hen, first for finest cockerel, first for best pullet, hatched Jan. 18, 191!) that she showed at the fair. It was just seven months old, had laid 27 eggs, set on nine eggs and hatched eight chickens. What pullet can beat this? Lets hear from the one who can. Thos. O'Donoghue, Hardlnsburg, Ky., R. 1. Beard Bros.' Sale of Cows. Beard Bros, sold last week 18 head of cows and calves to Cal Lamar, of Hancock county, for breeding purposes. They shipped a car load of cattle and hogs to Louisville, and bought -- 50 steers and 100 head Free Press Samuel R. Adkisson was born In Breckenridge county, Kentucky, March 15, 1834, died June 30, 1q15, age 81 years, 3 months and 15 days. On February il, I858, he chose as his companion and wife, Miss Lucy C. Park, and he made no mistake in his choice, for she was a beautiful character and she proved to be a helpmate Indeed. To this union were born five boys and one girl Milton, of Burlington, Colo.; Roland, of Mt. Hamil, Iowa; Lizzie, Gem, Kansas; Charles, of Pattonsburg, Mo.; William and Ernest, of McFall, Mo.; alt living. Mr. delightfully entertained to dinner at their country home recently, in honor of their son, Ernest, of Wheeling, W. Va., and uieces, the Misses Head, of Owensboro. Those present were: Misses Anna, Mary, Nell and Leila K- Entertain at Kirk. and Mrs. J. F. McGary, of Kirk, The friends of Dr. A. A. Simons away from Cloverpost will regret to learn that he has not been able to practice much this summer. His homo people are anxious to see him recover his health and become encouraged over his condition. Besides being of valuable service as a physician to the town nnd community, HAT SAVES GIRL'S LIFE. Dr. Simons organized the electric light company and made electricity for Wire Frame Protects Her Head From Cloverport which Is appreciated every Falling Hammer. day. He is president of the Bank of A. wire frame In her hat saved the Cloverport. life of Miss Lillian K. Woehrle. twenty years old, of Scranton, Pn.. when a Buys Cloverport Hotel. machinist's hammer fell from n four story building and struck her on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Pate have head. Miss Woehrle Is nt the State bought the building in which they keep hospital suffering from a severe scalp They had al- wound. the Cloverport Hotel. ready paid out the same amount in She was on her way, to the courthouse when n roof repairer let the rent for the place. hammer drop. Physicians say the wire In the young woman's lint saved her from a fractured skull and perhaps SIX HELD IN BOMB PLOTS Delegates. Vic Pile, Gus Brown, Dr. W. A. Walker, H. Dell. Moorman, C. Vic Rebertson, Marcus Mattingly, FrSnk Dellavcn, Jesse Miller, J. D. Ilabbage, Bruce Moorman. II. C. Haddock, Paul Subscribe Today Attention!! THE CASH MILL Bran, per ton Write us Accused of Theft and Arson on Ship Belonging to Allies. New York. Aug. HO. Additional arrests and more serious charge than grand larceny ire anticipated In the next 'few days as a result of tho police bomb squads investigation and thefts on sugar ships dc3tlned for the allies. Information In the hands of Deputy Commissioner Guy Scull and Captain Thomas Tunnoy leads them to bellovo that many others besides tho seven mpn now under arrest are Involved In tho alleged conspiracy. Detectives, disguised as longshoremen, now have under surveillance checkers and weigher3 hi tho employ of the steamship companies, whose vessels caught flro. Of tho six men who were nrrested five were officers of lighters and barges which carried 3ugar to the furnisteamships and a second-hanInstant death. ture dealer and 0110 other, a checker KAISER HAS 58 U BOATS. on the French lino pier, wcro each held In $3,000 ball. It has been determined that approxNeutral Authority Says This Figure Is imately $75,000 to $100,000 worth of Correct. sugar was stolen and that perhaps a The German undersea Ueet comsubmarines, accord- larger amount was damaged by fire. prises flfty-clging to a neutral authority who has Just Panic Cauied by Earthquake. returned to Denmark from Germany. Rome. Aug. 30. In the Avezzano Germany's Baltic fleet, according to tho same authority, consists of thirty-eigh- t district violent earthquakes shocks d Miss Hinton Dead. Miss Josephine Hinton died at Her home Monday night at ten o'clock. She had been 111 of tuberculosis some Mr. Phelps III. Wm. B. Phelps is under treatment In Miss Hinton was the daughter of at Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hinton, and was a the hospital Mass., member of St, Uosc church. She was where he went to visit his daughter. greatly loved by her family and If his condition becomes serious his son, friends. David B. Phelps, of this city, will go to His family hiin. nnd Cloverport Celebrates 82nd Birthday. friends hope that he is improving and Mrs. Margaret Price, of Price's Land will be well enough to return home ing, two milts above Hawesville, on soon. time. I IRVINGTON PHARMACY The Drug Store That Saves You Honey! GET A LINE ON US Ascertain by inquiry just whoro wo stitnd in tho drug business. Are Are wo accurate? Aro wo roliablo? Are wo prompt? our prices right? $27.00 Look! We pay freight to your station on 400 lbs or more. Six thousand marines from Kiel have caused a great panic. The new antl- elimlc dwellings which were erected bean sent to the eastern fighting front to the pioneer service of the after the recent earthquake prevent a repetition of that disaster. rmy. rarshlps. during the last twenty-fou- r hours E COUNTY TEACHERS HAVE We Invite Investigation for your research will dctormino whoro you trudo in future. Don't run any chances whon buying drugs it's dangerous, and remember wo for prices on ANNUAL INSTITUTE AT HARDINSBURG FLOUR AND MEAL Let Us Have Your Order, Cash With It. save you 20 per cent on all your purchases. E. B. Withers Instructor ed Secretary Many Miss Whittinghill Elect Attend Opening Week Expected. Day-Ben- eficial McQUADY MILLING COMPANY, McQUADY, KY. One hundred and twenty one teach ers are attending the annual Institute K. B. at Hardlnsburg this week. Withers, superintendent of 13 lk tan City Schools, U the excellent instructor. Miss Ella Whlttinehlll of Glen Dean, secretary. The committee 00 program! Andrew Driskeli, Miss Leila Belle Hawkins and Jesse Walls. Committee on resolutions, Moorman Ditto, Mrs. David II. Murray and Prof T. F. Williams. The institute opened with devotional service by Rev. Ming. There is no greater fun fot the little folks than picture-makinand not only is it fun for them, but tho pictures which make of each other, and of their childish interests will bo they cherished by you yoursolf, for years to como. It is easy with thu kodak. Wo have everything for KODAKEUY. KODAK Send us your Films for developing and printing MRS. BEAM TELLS OF ONE FEAR FLEETEST Greyhoun? OF ALL DOGS. ENGLAND'S THRONE. As One of the Heirs to It, the German Emporor Is Very Remote. In nnswer to the question. "Was tho emperor of Germany ever considered nn heir to the Kngllsh throne nnd did Queen Victoria have n law passed to exclude him from tho succession?" the Philadelphia Tress says: "The possibility of the German emperor ever succeeding to the throno of England Is so very remote ns to cnuso llttlo thought. There wns more or less tnlk on the subject nt tho time of tho marriage of the kaiser's mother to tho heir to the Herman throne In 1858, but we nre unable to find that any parliamentary nctVui wns taken even then. "After King Oeorgo 'come ills five sons nnd one daughter nnd their children, If nny; then King George's sister Louise. Duchess of Fife, her two daughters nnd the son of the elder; then I'rlncess Victoria, then Queen Mnud of Norway nnd her son, making thirteen nt present living In the line of succession. After that tho succession reverts to the descendants of the Into King Kdward's brother, Alfred, duko t, of Edinburgh; Arthur, duko of nnd Leopold, duko of Albany. As these nil married and had numerous children and grandchildren, there Is. n long line of heirs to tho throno before the succession would come to the descendants of tho oldest sister of King Appetite So Ravenous She Is Afraid Board Bill Will be Raised. Louisville, Ky., Auk .tt Mr. Leon travelS. Heam, wife of a ing man, who resides with her mother In Hardstown, came to Louisville recently for the solo purpose of expressing her gratitude for the remarkable ac complishments of the new medicine, Tnnlnc. She said: "I have heen frightfully nervous and I was short of breath, so and slight noises which did not formerly disturb me, upset my nerves dreadfully. If I had any energy I really didn't realize it. I took' little Interest in anything, aud when those distressing headaches came upon me I was almost frantic. My digestion was bad and I had no appetite. "Three or four doses of Tanlac made me feel decidedly better. I used a whole bottle of Tnnlac, and am improved in every way. My digestion is better, my nerves are in excellent con ditlon, and I have more color and feel stronger than I have in two or three years. Really, I have the most raven ous appetite, and my only fear is that my mother will be forced to increase my board bill." Tanlac, the premier preparation, that brought such quick relief to Mrs. Beam and thousands of others, can be obtained iu Cioverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and in Irvlugton at Irving-to- n Pharmacy. well-know- n run-dow- Can Run as Fast as Carrier Pifleons Can Fly. Comparatively few people realUo of what remarkable speed dogs tiro capable. The wolf can run between fifty 'and sixty miles in one night, and the jnrctlc fox can do quite ns well, If not better. Xaiion met one of these foxes on the loo nt a point more than seventy nillci northwest of the Sannlkow territory, which Is ISO miles from the Ilsklmo and Siberian Asiatic coast. miles on the dogs can travel forty-livIce In live hours, and there Is 0110 case on record III which a team of Kskimo f miles dogs traveled six and minutes. in twenty-eigh- t KnglMi setters and pointers hunt at the rate of eighteen to nineteen miles nn hour, nnd they can maintain the Foxspeed for nt least two hours. hounds arc extraordinarily swift, ns is proved by the fact that n dog of this breed once beat n thoroughbred horse, covering four miles In six and one-haGreyhounds are the minutes. swiftest of all four footed dentures, and their speed may be regarded ns equal to that of carrier pigeons. English greyhounds which are carefully selected and which are used for eours-- , lug are able to cover at full gallop n space between eighteen and twenty-thre- e yards every second. It Is said that a hare nt Its greatest speed never goes faster than nt the rate of eighteen yards n second. These Interesting statistics fully prove the right of the greyhounds to rank ns the BWlftcst of the quadrupeds. Springfield Republican. e one-hallf jKingswood College Under New Management FREE FROM ALL INDEBTEDNESS Vice-President. h Rev. Joseph Hogue, of Wichita, Kansas, the noted theologian, preacher and evangelist, has been elected President, Rev. E. T. Adams, a gifted leader, preacher and evangelist, graduate of one of the best Colleges and Universities in Methodism, OFFERS THE BEST ADVANTAGES Intelectually, Morally, Spiritually and Physically Ideal Location The most picturesque and healthful section of Kentucky; beautiful groves, winding streams, refreshing springs, charming landscapes and cliffs. Shut off from the evils and worldliness incident to city life, where swearing, vulgarity, tobacco using, drunkeness, shows, etc., are never known or heard. Edward, the late Empress Frederick of Germany, tho first of which line Is Emperor William." PITCHING IN BASEBALL VIOLENT DEATHS. THE SECRETARY BIRD. knowledge useless. "If he knows the shortstop Is to cover nnd then pitches n ball to the batter that makes It easy for him to hit One of the most remarkable effects of through the position vacated by the this sudden stiffening after death ap- shortstop he nullities the strength of pears in the account of the charge of his infield. Lack of control Is ngain Balaclava. Captain Nolan while riding the cause. "If the catcher signals for a waste at the head of the noble six hundred had his chest torn open by n Russian ball In order to bo In n better position to throw out a runner trying to steal shell. The arm he was waving In the nlr ut nnd Instead he gets the ball right over the moment remained high uplifted, the plate he Is handicapping the nnd he retained his sent on his horse, catcher. Lack of control Is again the which wheeled around nnd passed cause. some distance through the ranks before "After all, most of the finer points the rider fell. of pitching are based on ability to conclothing of u trol the ball." Portions of the hair and murderer have often been found In the hands of the victim, while bodies reStonehenge. covered from the water have brought No sooner had wc set foot on the with them clutched in their linger first swell of plain than I became weeds and mud from the bottom, showlike a herd of nware of ing that death occurred in the water elephants, what looked ahead. They half a tnllo and not on land. London Answers. did not move, and slowly It dawned upon me that this was Stonehenge. A Natural Age of Man. few minutes later, seated within the ceeds to swallow It whole. The question us to what is the natIn South Africa the birds are regard- ural age of man Is by no means set- - circles of those enormous stones, I was asking myself the old questions that ed as a great protection. They are aftied, of course, but many are of tho so many travelers have asked. For fectionate mates and always travel to- opinion that the Frenchman Klourcns worship, at least, these rude masses gether. When pursued they spread way in his esti- were erected; that seems fairly certain. their wings and make off over the was not far out of the ground with the speed of a running mate of tile time u man should live. And to commemorate a battle, If one Taking his observations from tho may Judge from the barrows that horse. Week. group manunrilia, of the class vertebra- - crown the neighboring hillocks. Relita, as having the closest resemblance gion and war the two powers that to man and Mich species as are per- - have charmed and ruled and tortured The "Skeeter's" Serenade mitted to live the full term of their the world. So mysterious is the whole does not have very quieting .effect on mitural life under circumstances not of life, alike moral and physical, that tired nerves. "I'enslar Skeeter Dig" ndmittlng of error or doubt. Flourens tho haunting wonder of Stonehenge causes them to move on. '$ cents at found that their natural life extended was" neither Increased nor lessened by to about live times the period of their what Wedding's Urug Store then I saw. Scrlbner's. lives from birth up to maturity. Ap- plying the rule thus obtained to hu I rcc Leaves Many Species of Banana. ana water. man life and taking the age ut which The banana as u substitute for tho Ash leaves are capable of taking up lie twenthe body Is fully matured to more watei than those of most other j ty years, he concluded the natural potato would have one drawback. It trees. In a hundred pounds of ash duration of the lift) of man to be 100 has been found that those who live mainly upon this article of diet soon of water. In the years. leaves are eighty-livtend to become what Is politely called same weight of beech leaves seventy- "tubby." Tho banana with which wo five, of maple sixty, of pine fourteen j are all familiar is only one of many nnd of tlr ten. Read the Want Column useful species. Cochin China produces a single fruit that Is an ample meal for three men, and In East Africa an Intoxicating drink Is mado from the native banana. Loudon Chronicle. "APenny Saved is a Penny Earned" the strange pair of secretary birds quartered In the ostrich bouse. "Secretary birds" tlicy are called because of the crest of long dark plumes that rises from the back of their heads, giving them the appearance of a clerk with a bunch of quill feathers behind his ear. It's an aristocratic name, but the thing that makes the secretary bird valuable is not his looks. The natives of South Africa love him because he can kick like a mule. Tins Into his cage n snake, no matter how vicious, and the light begins Immediately. The bird cautiously approaches the snake with wings widespread to cscaiK! the sudden lunges by flight it necessary. Once, twice, three times perhaps the snake lunges. The bird darts liaclt, waiting his chance. At last it conies, and one of those long, hard legs shoots out like the hoof of a mule, landing squarely on the snake's head. It reels and falls back stunned to be knocked out completely by a sec ond blow. And then Its victor pro- It Kicks Uk a Mule and Can Swalkw a Snake Whole. The rarest and most valuable birds In the New York zoological garden are One Indication Is the Immediate Setting In of Rigor Mortis. More than once the question of whether a person has died a natural or unnatural death turns upon something grasped In the hand. The object U held because the hand stiffens through what Is known ns rigor mortis (pror mor-tlsn stiffening nounced of the muscles of the body after death. Now, If a person dies naturally this stiffening of the muscles does not take place, as a rule, until two hours or more after death, nnd then It comes on slowly. In cases of violent death, however, rigor mortis sets In Immediately. It Is through this that many n murderer has been caught nnd many a so called accidental death proved to be rye-go- Lack of Control Will Render Useless All Other Ability. "In my ten years' connection with the American league ns umpire I have seen the fact proved ugaln nnd ngain that control Is nbsolutely necessary to win success," writes Hilly Evans In St, Nicholas. "The more one studies tiic different features of the art of pitching tho more clearly does he see the value that control plays in the success of the HIGHLY EQUIPPED FACULTY Graduates of the Best Schools Seven Departments 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. and B. Mus. courses. College of Liberal Arts, School of Theology, School of English Bible and Evangelism, School of Music, School of Oratory, High-Grade pitcher. "If tho pitcher knows tho weakness of the batter and Intends giving him a fast ball on the Inside nnd then deliberately pitches to the opposite side his knowledge of the batter Is of no use to him. Lack of control has rendered his God First in Everything. Four Buildings Well Equipped and Furnished Forty- - 'Acres of beautiful campus and and camp meeting grounds. Special Rates Board, Room and Tuition $125.00 cash, in advance. Board, Room and Tuition $140.00 term payments during the year. First term opens September 13, 1915. Write at once for new catalogue to E. T. Adams, Kentucky. vice-president, Kings-woo- d, JOSEPH HOGUE. President A Candid Caller. A small boy bad been coerced into making an afternoon call with his r-REGISTERED POLAND CHINA GILTS mother. lie had rebelled vehemently over the calling business, saying: "Aw, what you want to make me go there for? She hasn't any boys, nnd It won't be any fan." But, dressed in his best suit, he had put on his company manners and had behaved very well indeed, nnd when Ik 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, their hostess served refreshments 'he began to feel glad that he had come. When It came time to Ieavo he held Hardinsburg, Ky. Iery out his hand, saying gallantly: "Goodby; I've had a good time" and then, right while his young mother was beaming her approval, ho added honestly "a whole lot better time than I expected to have." Indianapolis News. I A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLE Gets Repeat Orders g A Good Flour For The Bakers gj PROFITABLE Chills, Fever and Malaria Cured by taking Meudenhall's Chill Tonic, the greatest substitute for quinine. Tastes good and children love to take it. Sold and guaranteed by Wedding's Urug Store Something Saved. Makes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR g If not represented by your grocer, write us "What success did you have raising chickens?" "Very little. Some escaped, thieves stolo others and n large number died of LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. MMH jj HI a mysterious disease" "That was tough luck." "However, I beat the Jinx to tho last I This is a B Penny-Savin- g Store for Everyone BFor 0,. For the MEN': You SA.VK on hats, gloves, shirts, collars, ties, hosiery, shoos, suspenders, bolts, overalls, tobacco, tools, feen, etc. the WOMEN: You SAVE on dress goods, notions, kitchen utensils, shirt wtiists, skirts, a Regular Customer and See for Yourself g Became Our New Line oi "How wan that?" "The first year of married Ufa Is al"Before anything could happen to It ways the most troublesome. After a put In a pie." Bircouple passes that safely the great I had It killed and mingham daugcr of separation Is over." "Why do you say that?" Curiosity. "It usually takes a man u year to Gladys Why are you going to all learn the futility of arguing with bis that trouble to open that letter so carewife "Detroit Free Tress. fully, Maud? Maud Oh, I had a, quarrel with George and Intended to send Tearing Sounds. The ear can be trained to accustom his letter back unopened, but I just itself to the sound of the tearing of thought I would see what he said bevarious materials. The noise accom- fore I returned It panying the tearing of cotton is uullko Never. that of linen. The warp has Its voice Mr. Willie Hut why don't you take and the lilllng quite another, the former being shrill, while the latter Is apt your bank book in to have It balAge-Heral- The Reason. one." THIRTEENTH ANNUAL 3Ieiriracky State LOUISViLLE .Fair 1915 ill M September i3th to 18th, - Fine Exhibits of Horeo, Cattle, Swlro, Sheep, Poultry, Held Seed and urain, .Horticulture, Wnnens Handiwork, Student'o Juau v.Z Contest, runner nays- jMieampnient ana uaoy ticaitn Contest. Biggest Saddlo Hcrsc Show in ths World Ifall 1 shoes and clothing! in both styles and prices. to be dull. Those Dear Girls, Oust engaged) What do you think Jack said to mo last night? That If ho had to choose either me or $10,000 lie wouldn't look at the money. Mario -- Dear, loyal fellow! Wouldn't llko to risk the temptation, I suppose. Boston AUco is ritrht -- i 1 anced? Mrs. Willis I don't want that snoopy looking cashier to know how h much money I'vo got In there. Pitts-Durg- l'ress. The Indlepemable Boy. Caller How Is your new ollieo boy retting along theso days? Lawyer Oh. fine! He's got things bo mixed up bow that I couldn't get along without Mm. Boston Journal. Gninil 175pwii'lra Tiicr1f-RUTH LAW, Sensational Lady Aviator doing tho "Spiral Dive" "Dtp of Death" "Steep Bar.kins" other thrillers every afternoon. van To..l T.. ....Trotting and Pacing liaccn Each Day..,. Glean Midway and n I I . r.. -- .y !' ii Peyton & Rhodes, i Reduced Railroad Rates .T. Transcript. T. riEMT Rmli... n..iMi.. t ...i.m. For Catalccua AJdr-- i rj 'A.. l Hardinsburg, Ky. Too Timid. Green Has fortune never knocked it Urown's door? White Oh, yes, but Tho temple of fame stands upon tho Brown didn't daro open It for fear grave. The Hume upon Its altars Is twns a bill collector) New York kindled from tho ashes of the dead. American. Ilazlitt. sumesY-- -' Subscribe Today A A A A A A A A A A AAA A A A A4A444t - ENDORSEHT HOME ll cifefe tflWiVKa ygctwss fcg&3'i&t SECURITY LEAGUE SAYS UTDI t Such Proof as This Should Con vince Any Cloverport Citizen. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be None better, none stronger produced. can be hud. When man comes forward and testifies to his addresses his friends and neighbors, you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when It is for the public good is an act of kindness that should be appreciated. The following statement given by a resident of Clover port ndds one more to the many cases of Home Endorsement which nre being published about Doan's Kidney Pills, Read it. L. V. Chauln, Cloverport, says: "I was in a bad shape with kidney trouble. Setlng Doan's Kidney Pills recommended, I went to Fisher's Drug Store and got a box. One box cured me. I have had no need of a kidney medicine fellow-citizen- CIS OT BETTERDEFENSES Leading Men Sections Support to Give Active Plans For Adequate In All Has Tremendous Interest Been Aroused Throughout the Country, Report Shows. review o COMPREHENSIVE Its nation wide campaign for more adequate preparedness t for national defense was Issued the other day by the National Security league from Us national headquarters In New York city. Tho tremendous Interest awakened throughout the country through tho activities of tho league Is reflected in the favorable nttltude now being shown by members of congress Irrespective of Come to Louisville and Buy at This Store IBACQNasoNS INCORPORATED tf&MH tfir.CMiXt WiWi V m Preparedness. to the National Security league Senntor J. W. Wadsworth. Jr., of New York and Representatives Lnthrop Brown. Itcubcn L. nnskell. Walter W. Magcc. George W. Loft. Luther W. Mott. Thomas G. ratten, Edmund Matt F. W. Ilowo nnd Homer I. Snyder, nil of New York, announce their willingness to favor very substantial Increase In tho array and navy nnd with n reserve sufllclcnt to protect this country In all emergencies. I A 5 Wc will Give You Per Cent oi Your Railroad Fares To customers we refund five (5) percent of their tot:il purchases up to the amount of their round-tri- p railroad fare. This plan not only saves your traveling expenses hut it gives you the opportunity to look over our hig assortments and to see just what you want at prices quoted so low that they are sure to meet the demands of evervone. out-of-tow- n, political alllllatlons toward national defense legislation. Tho work of tho National Security league Is based upon tho realization that congress Is tho pivot upon which moro adequate national defense Anally rests. Tho recommendations to congress of tho general staff of the army and tho general board of the navy havo not received In the past the consideration which they deserve, nor has tho money necessary to carry out tho various projects been appropriated. League's Work Appreciated. Within the past few weeks tho National Security league has brought Its effort to change these conditions to the attention of members of congress and has requested nn expression of opinion both as to the effectiveness of the methods employed and also as to the views held by the senators and representatives on the question of more adequate preparedness. Ileplles already received Indicate that the work of the league Is not only thoroughly appreciated, but Is regarded as a patriotic and necessary endeavor. They also Indi cate that when the president brings the subject of more adequate national defense to the attention of congress, which It Is officially announced be has determined upon, he will find that nn awakened public sentiment for moro ndciHinte national preparedness Is already making an Impression upon congress. As would naturally bo the case, tho senators and representatives In the New England states are thoroughly alive to the situation. In Maine Aslier C. Hinds of Portland says that he always had pronounced Ideas on national 'defense, as his votes In the last congress will where the In .Massachusetts show. National league lias branches In Boston. Worcester and many other cities and towns, Senator Lodge has declar ed himself positively In favor of more adequate national defense, saying that safety lies only In strength. Governor Walsh and Mayor Curley of Boston are In full sympathy with tho moveRepresentatives Frederick W. ment. Dallluger. James I.. Galllvan, Ernest W. Roberts. George II. Tinkhnm and Samuel E. WInslow, all of Massachu setts, have expressed themselves In letters to the league In favor of more adequate national defense. In Uhode Island Governor It. Heeckninn has accepted a po sltlon on the national committee of the league, while Itepresentatlve G. S. O'Shaunessy states that he favors the strengthening of both the army nnd navy. In Connecticut Governor Is u member of the league's national committee, and Senator IJrandc gee states that he favors the program of tho National Security league In making public the facts concerning tho necessity for a larger degree of prepared ness for national defense In caso of emergency. New Hampshire already lias a Stato League of National De fense, whllo Representative Greeuo of Vermont says that ho sympathizes aost heartily with any well founded and well directed effort to awaken the American people to a realizing sense of the unpreparcdness of this country for national defense. Hoi-com- South Gives Its Aid. since.' In the south Governors Ferguson of Price oOc, at nil dealers. Don't Mc- Texas. Hall of Louisiana nnd simply nsk for n kidney remedy get Crcary of Kentucky have nccepted poDoan's Kidney Pills, the same that sitions on tho national committee of the Mr. Chnpin had. Co., National Security league, and expressions of sympathy with the movement Props., UufTulo, N. Y, for ndequate preparedness have been received from Representatives C. B. Slemp, Virginia: L. l I'adgctt. Tonnes-see- , Pacific Coast Enthusiastic. chairman of the house committee The Pacific coast Is thoroughly allvo on naval affairs: Frank I'nrk, Georgia. I t Ita nrncnnt flnfmicmlnuu ffimltt Inn nnd Senntor Morris Shcppnrd of Texas. flnJ cMnR ,n Uie coast mtcs Q B mn dies are being formed In Louis- - i tends also to the Rocky mountain re- vlllo and Atlanta, and one already ex- - glon. The position of the senators nnd ' representatives of Utah. Wyoming, Ists in Chattanooga. Tho impetus of tho movement along Oregon, California and Washington In tho Atlantic coast Is having its effect favor of tho safety which lies only In In Ohio, where strength is shown In letters from In the middle west. Willis is a member of tho ntors George Sutherland. Utnh, and national committee nnd where Myron Miles Polndextcr. Washington; Repre-T- . Herrick bends n strong branch in sentntives Frank W. Mondell, the two United States sen- - mlng: E. A. Hayes. Utah: Julius Kahn ntors, Atlee Pomcreue, u Democrat and John E. Raker. California; C. N. and Warren G. Hnrding. n Republican, McArthur, Oregon, and L. II. Hndiey llllnm E. Humphrey. Washing-leagu- e havo gone on record in letters to the nnd as being In favor of legislation ton. Governor Stewart of Montana, necessary to accomplish the object Governor Kcndrick of Wyoming, Representative S. C. Fess of crnor WIthycoiube of Oregon. Govcr-Ohlwho was formerly nn ndvocato nor Hunt of Arlzonn, Governor Boyle of the peace movement, has been con- - of Nevada and Governor McDonald of d verted by the tragic events In Europo Now Mexico nre members of tho now believes that preparedness is tlonal committee of tho National of the most important issues curlty league, which should be considered by con-- . Making Deep Impression. Commenting upon a review of tho of Indianapolis says that be Is insym- nntlitt ti'Illi lin mirnnGnti rf Hin Mn activities of the league. S. Stanwood SIc"kc- - l'rcsIllc the Na lonal Se- Uo ml Security league and would give rl said: 'Senator Chamber- this nation first place In the naval f ,ho aI",s s cmc" blts thf "al ranks ns soon as possible. which The only way One Thousand Members In Chicago, country can be made to realize Its The Interest displayed in the matter present unprepared condition Is by the of national defense lu Illinois lias been work the National Security league Is something phenomenal, lu Chicago a doing, nnd It Is pleasing to note that branch of the league, with nearly 1.000 we are making an impression upon members, has been organized, with ex- - the men In congress to whom we must Secretary of War Jacob M. Dickinson look for the necessary legislation and There Is still, how- at Its head, and the membership lu- - npproprlntlons. cludcs tho most representative cltl- - ever, n tremendous amount of work to zens. Senntor Lawrence Y. Sherman be done. There nre entire sections of writes that uuder present conditions tho country which have not been made there Is but one sane course, which Is acquainted with the facts concerning to keep this country where It can de- - our lack of preparedness and which fend Itself properly against any ag- - must be educated. The task Is a great gressor. Letters favoring a betterment one. but we feel that the progress of defense conditions have been re- - which has been made along definite eelved from Itcnresentutlvcs B. M. and conservative lines and without any Chlpperfleld. Ira C. Copley. E. E. Denl-so- regard to politics Is one which the enW. A. Itodenberg. John A. Ster- tire country ought to appreciate and support." ling and Claudius U. Stone of Illinois. It Is nn interesting fact that tho To the Public. chairmen of the Dcnlocratlc and congressional campaign com"I feel that I owe the manufacturers mittees live In almost contiguous of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and states. Michigan nnd Iowa. Itepresen grutitatlve Frank E. Doremus. Michigan, Diarrhoea Remedy n word of bo put down ns In Hide," writes Mrs. T. N. Witherall. says that he can favor of a strong navy for defensive iJowanda, N. Y. "When I began believing that the young men ing this medicine I was in great pain of tho country should be thoroughly and feeling territly tick, due to au at trained to military life. Itepresentn- - tack o( Si,mmer complaint. After tak-tlFrank P. Woods. Iown. says that ,nK n (lose of it l ha(1 not loDK , wiljt ho believes, with George Washington. 'forreef M benefited me almost un that "tho best way to prepare for peace mediately. Obtainable everywhere is to bo ready for war." In Michigan the league hns formed a branch nt Detroit, with Charles U. Warren, pres-ide- NO JOB FOR CIGARETTE USER of the Detroit chamber of commerce, nt Its head, and tho Michigan Kansas Civil Service Bars Smokers Poster-Mllbutn d, Gov-sougo. na-nnSe-o- 63 Complete Departments Silks, Dress Goods, White and Colored Wash Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Underwear, Women's, Misses and Children's Wearing Apparel, Boy's Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Carpets, Rugs, Furniture and House Furnishings 63 Begin Now They mean a Save Surety Coupons f One Surety Coupon with every 10c purchase 10 with a dollar's worth. A filled hook contains 1,000 Surety Coupons and with it you can get FREE $2.50 worth of any merchandise in our store that you want. saving of 2 per cent to you. OUR MOTTO: Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back CHOPSTICKS IN JAPAN. Crowns by Wholesale. How They Are Used and How They Are Served In Public Places. The use of chopsticks ls general lu Japan, except among the richer classknives es, who have adopted EuroiK-nmid forks, nnd, to some extent, the European cuisine. Small bowls of chi na or lnciUereil wood are the usual j table equipment. After the various solid portions of tho food have been lifted to the mouth with chopsticks the liquid remaining Is sipped from the bowl. ' j I ' - r congressmen. New York Practically Solid. The movement for more adequate nn tlonal defense originated In New York, where literally billions of dollurs' worth of property Interests are at the mercy of any hostile warships able to get within the range of New York, The New York city congressional delcga Uon Is practically solid In favor of large appropriations for the army nnd navy, and the up state congressmen iouiiu nre none the less favorable- In letter Governor Hnnnn of North Dakota, Governor Byrno of South Dakota. Governor Clarke of Iowa nnd Governor Phlllpp of Wisconsin nro members of the league's national commiuec. wm.o Representatives Harry E. Uulh Iowa; George It. Smith and Halvor Stccner- son. Minnesota; Royal C. Johnson. South Dakota; John J. Esch. ttlscon- son; J. W. Alexander. Missouri; Don V. Stephens. Nebraska; Guy I. riel-- 1 nnd W. A. Ayers. Kansas, and Addison T. Smith, Idaho, are all to bo line uii mu and Drinking Men. Cigarette users ns well as drinking men nro to be barred from state em ployment In Knnsns under the rules r,romuiK!,tei bv the new state civil . i!uuiuuii. Let Her In on This. "I believe n man should be muster mlnary stntement Issued In his own house." said the newly marIn n som(j UmQ nj;() ,t was almounced tuat ried man. "There can be only one uscrs of ,ntoxlcntlnB ,quol.s Would bo head lu a family, and mean to be It." ,lcllslblo t0 hold state Job3, but In the "That's a very good Idea." answered Woman lovts n clear, rosy comp'ex-lo- n. his friend, who had been married t.omncte, rllIc3 ls tll0 following: Eczema spreads rapidly; itching alsplendid more years than the other had lived, Hurdock Hlood Hitters is mny refuso to ,.Tho Uf nn a,u,UcaUo for tue unbltunl user for purifying the blood, clearing the "a very good Idea Indeed. Have you most drives you mail, For quick lelief, All spoken to your wife about It'" St. Doan's Ointment is well recommended. f lnto,eatlnK Leverages or cigar- - skin, restoring sound digestion Louis ittcs." 50e at ull stores. druggists sell it. Price $1 00. comralsslon 1 In the case or rice, which would be tedious to pick up grain by grain, the bowl Is often raised to the mouth nnd the rice shoveled or pushed in with the chopsticks. It Is also customary to pour ii little tea into the rice bowl after It lias been nearly emptied, and in this way tho few remaining grains of rice are washed down us the tea ls drunk. At public places the chopsticks at each meal must be new. This Is Indicated by the fact that the chopsticks are made from one piece of wood and are left Joined together, as were matches at one time In the United States. These new chopsticks are Incased In u thin paper enveloe. sealed at the end, and bearlug Jupaneso characters advertising either the hotel or some tlrm that has furnished them free to tho proprietor for the sake of the Toothpicks, publicity thus gained. which arc freely used by all Japanese at meals, are also Inclosed In envelopes that frequently bear advertising mat ter. New York Times. the ancient kings of Egypt that his coronation procession occupied a whole day lu passing through the city of Alexandria and that ii.l'OO crowns of gold were carried by the servants. One crown was three feet In height nnd twenty-fou- r feet In circumference. There were also carsuits ried In the procession sixty-fou- r of golden armor, two boots of gold, four and a half feet lu length; twelve golden basins, ten lare vases of perfumes for the baths, twelve ewers, (lfty dishes mid n large number of taof the blesall of gold. Twenty-thre3,'JOO crowns were vulued at flKtl. 100. nnd It Is not surprising that the procession was guarded by iK.(KH) soldiers. St. James' Gazette. It Is told nt' one of EXPLOSIVES OF WARFARE. e Cures Hog Cholera. H. A. Thomas Hog Powders has a record of ')$ ernes out of every hundred. The makeis of this mediciui say they know what it ill do and authorize us to guarantee a f0 per cent cure. This means that if H. A. Thomas Hog Pow ders do not cure yd per cent of your your hogs, it does not cost ou a penny. Metier look into this right now. Remember we do the guaranteeing. For sale at Wedding's, Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. To a Great Extent They Aro a Development of Fireworks. War Is a wholesale fireworks celebration. A giant firecracker ls really a dangerous bomb, nnd rllle grenades are but small rockets, carrying high explosives and tired from rllles. Great fort destroying projectiles look simply like gigantic rockets. The llrst niaga.lne gun was a Roman caudle. The tirst projectile propelled by an explosive was a rocket. The llrst shrapnel was a bomb discharging luminous stars instead of bullets. Modern warfare is, so to speak, n development of Fourth of July Ideas. However, gunpowder the llrst explosivewas Itself mere play stuff for at least a thousand years before anybody thought of using It for war purposes. It was commonly employed In China for fireworks and crackers during the earliest centuries of the Christian era. The bombs nowadays dropped by military aviators are children's torpedoes magnified to miiko them deadly. Really an Incendiary bomb was tho famous "Greek fire" of the crusaders. It has been said that shrapnel Is a modified fireworks bomb. It has the form of a cylinder, which, at n distance from the guu muzzle suitably timed by u fuse, blows Its own head off, throwing out -- oO or more lead bullets that travel on their own account with n velocity of 100 feet u second.Phlladelhpla Record. potedo,, g 0 4 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 consurplus of any company in the world s' 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 0 W. C. MOORMAN, Gleil DGcM, Ky. 0 THE BKECKENRlDlib JNO. D. BAlItUGfc, NEWS, DiJitur and I'ul)li5lier issued livery Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, MULES WANTED I 1915 want to buy 15-- 2 100 mules 5 to 12 years 16-- 1 EIGHT PAGES. Seattle, Wash months with Mr. and "Several Cloverport boys have made engineers of themselves by McGhee, faithful service on tho L., II. & St. L. "They arc bravo men and Miss Brie Smith, of am proud of everyone ot tnem, sam an appreciative citizen of our the week end with Mrs. Miss Eliza Piggott home town last week. tie and Raymond Pile, were here prepared and equipped for their work. Thoy havo not idled &vay with relatives at this place. tho summer, but Imve studied at home, oruttended ateaeher's normal. Mrs. M. E. Avitt and children will Wednesday, en route to Louisville, leave Thursday for their home in Mrs. Cora Priest has purchased a Everybody is glad to have them back again. , having spent several new piano for her daughter, Miss H. Myrta Priest. Miss Annie Mildred Smith attended Guston, spent the Ellzabethtown Fair. N. Gardner. Kev. Owen Gllpiu will preach at the has returned Dowell graveyard September 7, In the from Louisville. afternoon. The men will meet in the Mrs. Cornwall and children left forenoon and clean off the graveyard. Tuesday for Marshal, Texas, after a Dinner will be served on the ground. visit with Miss Mary Cornwall. Taylor Compton, of Raymond, is the Quite a bit of excitement was caused guest of relatives here. In our town Friday evenin? by the cry Kev. Joe Duggins and wife, of of lire. An exhaust pipe at the Irv- Leitchfield, are guests of their daugh ing ton Milling Co. exploded and set ter, Mrs. Lannle Uruington. Night watch fire to a box near by. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman and man, J. Q. Adams, who is ever on the baby, Louise, were visitors of Mr. and alert, discovered the blaze and notified Mrs. Hawkins Smith at Hensley Sun1 the town, by firing a pistol and crying day. tire. The blaze was soon extinguish A large crowd attended the annual ed. Small damage. meeting at Lost Run Sunday. Kev Miss Johnnie Moorman, of Aurora, Mrs. F. Mrs. Mallssa Cox, of Iowa, visited Mrs. H. A. Crider went to Glen her cousin, Mrs. Chas. Payne, and WATEU-CUUFOR CONSUMPTIVES. Dean Saturday to attend a family re other relatives here last week. for union at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flake Atcr, of Irvlngton, who hat Dr. S. A. Knoff, a New York physician, urges water-cur- e Mattlngly. been In Arkansas for the past month, consumptives. He invariably asks every new patient how much water Hayden Uramlettc, of Medora, spent has returned home. very little." drink he drinks daily; uiot frequently tho answer h, the week end with his parents, Mr. and Chas. Payne was in Hardinsburg When tho patient is taken under trcntmcnt and urged to drink from Mrs. J. K. Uramlett. Saturday. six to eight glasses of water between meals and even small quanitics Miss Nannie Lee Kendall has had Miss Estelle Deacon is on the sick with his meals, it is surprising to notice how quickly nearly all the for her euest MUs Cora Guthrie, of list. symptoms, such as high temperature, headaches, and anorexia dis- Owensboro. Mrs. Ida Nottingham was called to appear, and even tho cough becomes better. Dr. Knoff gives the Mcsdauies Mary Munford, Annie Holt last Sunday to be at the bedside reason, but tho result is more interesting. The increased amount of Ilerndon and Sue TydlnfS, of Louis of her aunt, Mrs. J. Dutschke, who is ville, spent last week with Mr. and water digested also helps to make the sputum less tenacious. Tho Mrs. Bate Washincton, at the old very low. Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Irvlngton, visbeneficient action of water can bo materially increased by tho patient Washington homestead, Double Springs. ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. June years old, Bandy, Sunday. taking an abundance of salt with his meals. No urges the frequent Mrs. Munford is eighty-fiv- e external u?o of cold water. Dr. Knoll pleads ardently for the estab- and Mrs. Herndon is In her seventy Quite a crowd of friends and relalishment of publio baths. Hathing frequently in winter and summer fifth year. tives gathered at the. home of Mr. and Miss Essie BIl'bs returned to Louis Mrs. Harmon is one of the essential features to develop a healthy, strong and tuber Parks Sunday, August ville Sunday, after spending vacation 20. The event was in honor of Mrs. culosis-fre- e population. days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cox, ot Farragut, Iowa. Quite J. B. Uiggs. a number of guests were present. A GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL. Street services were held Friday and beautiful dinner was served and the A number of boys and girls arc getting ready to "go away to Saturday afternoons by Kev. J. F. day was pleasantly spent talking, singing and listening to fine music. school" next week. Tho training they have received in their own Troxler, with very coed attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Klrby Blaln and chil home will facilitate them in their college life. Correct table manners, not to talk while eating, to sit up straight at tho table and not keep dren will leave the first of September home In Florida. your eyes on your own plate all the time, to think of others and not for their Mr and Mrs. Cecil Shain, of Gus-tocomplain constantly at the food and service, observing this which has and Lottie Bandy, of Hardinsburg, been taught you three times a day at home, will help you to conquer were week end visitors of Mr. and Albert Shrewsbury Dies at that college course. Mrs. J. Sipes. Attend Church Friends regret to learn of the illness PROTECTS HIS COWS' EYESIGHT. of Little Dave Henry at his home In at Long Run Reunion at Thomas Fortune Ryan, of Nel.-o- n county, Virginia, and New Chattanooga, Tenn. Webb Home. Mrs. Addle Brown has returned from York, will protpct the eyesight of his valued milk cows. An export Hardin&burt;. where she has been the curtain maker was sent to his farm, Oak Ridge, to measure the wint'uest of Mrs. Jul Is Harrison. Miss Myrta Priest, who has been dows of his $60,000 dairy barn there and since then he has made rolK. M. Blanford and family, of Los visiting at Ilosetta, has returned home, ler shades of the best material and put them up in the quarters of the Angeles, Cal., are visiting at the Herschel Ma:y, who spent the sum' milch cows. To be rich and kind and kind to dumb animals should home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Blan- iner here with his grandfather, Mr, ford, Fair Lawn. keep a man rich. Jesse Macy, has returned to his home Mr. and Mrs. Morton Penick and in Oklahoma City. Hundreds of schools open next week. The teachers are better son, of Cloverport, spent the week end Gilbert Pile and children, Miss Bet- E BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 6c for ench additiona insertion. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rato of VIC 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Mr. anil Mrs. Harry Lloyd returned tie daughter, Mary Gills, were guestti Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please to Louisville Saturday, alter a visit of Mrs. J, M. Hardin, of Brandenburg, with Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lyddan, Park last Sunday. notify us. to bone and teet. and up. old, in height. Good To weigh lOOOpounds ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. O ln-;- i 3ta tcMmmv doi Place. "I EVERYONE KNOWS THE STORY OF THE ARAB WHO COULDN'T SAY NO, AND WAS FINALLY CROWDED OUT OF HIS TENT. SOME PEOPLE CAN'T SAY "NO" TO THE GLIB STRANGER WHO HYPNOTIZES THEM INTO INVESTING IN SOMETHING THAT EXISTS ONLY ON A PIECE OF PAPER. SOME PEOPLE BITE AT THE SCHEME BECAUSE THEY BELIEVE A STRANGER INSTEAD OF THEIR OWN BANKER. LISTEN, IF THAT SCHEME IS GOOD. WHY DOES A SMOOTH STRANGER HAVE TO PEDDLE IT TO YOU? BANK WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments J600.000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. KY. HARDINSBURG, n, GARFIELDJEWS. I I I I Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 .Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction I Building Material, Building Hardware, I Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes. Lubricating Q Oils, Greases and Gasoline This is the counting time. Everj' housekeeper can tell ou how many glasses of jell' she has made, the number of cans of tomatoes, and bottles of grape-juicthere arc on herpantry jars of butter-bean- s shelf. e i I Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings. Estimates 'on Application. Correspondence Solicited. and daughter, of Louisville, have been guests of Mr. IRVIN6T0N LOOKS and Mrs. Forrest Stlth. Mrs. Mary Heston, of FORWARD TO FAIR is visiting her daughter, Hardinsburg, Mrs. J. C. Payne. Many Will Soon be Getting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnston, of Louisville, spent the week end with Joe Duggins, of Leitchfield, preached 111., arrived Saturday to visit her par Ready for Country Fair-Mer- chants Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain. in the forenoon, and Kev. Ruisell Mrs. R. A. Crider spent Tuesday in ents at Glen Dean. Walker In the afternoon. Will Get New Fall Owensboro. Moses Stinnett, of Oaktown, Ind., Is Goods Many Guests. Misses Mary Cornwall, Eva Payae visiting his father, Mr. J. T. Stinnett. L0D1BURG. and Jessye Brady were in Louisville uscar Alexander, ot (Juster, was LEAVE. last week. DISTANCE VISITORS here Wednesday, en route to Louis Mrs. Tut.il, of Louisville, who has Miss Lyda McGhee, of Ogden City, vine to visit ot a tew days. Uscar Is Utah, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. been visiting Mrs. V. O. Bryant, of his mother's baby and weighs 235 Mrs. Clara Lewis, of Kansas City, and Mrs. F. H. McGhee. past week, returned pounds and not Rhodelia, for the yet fifteen years old. has been the guest of Miss Kva Car E. K. Hardaway, of Louisville, was home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Drane were rlgan. Mrs. Geo. Cox was the guest of her In town Friday. called to Constantine to attend the Hoy Kagsdell returned to Kvansville Mrs. J. F. Lyons and daughter, Miss sister, Mrs. Joe Uruner, of Branden burial of her brother, Albert ShrewsSaturday, alter a visit to Mr. and burg, Saturday and Sunday. bury, last Wednesday. Julia Lyons, spent Tuesday In Big Mrs. J B. Biggs. Mr. and' Mrs. A. M. Hardin and lit- Spring A reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Webb August 22, zzz"r--f HiK--s ezxzi in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam More-dock- , of Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, Blllie Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bullock and children, But niacin up of men known the county over Pearl and Tony Uullock, attended the association nt Amnions. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mattlngly and children, of Custer, were the guests of Mrs. Klla Mattlngly Sunday Mr. Dick Pate has the banner crop of tobacco of this neighborhood. He u has twelve acres that Is extra fine. Mr. and Mrs. John Dyer, of near Constantine, were guests of his sister, Mrs. Ves Horsley, and attended church at Lost Run Sunday. Our aim is to supply your wants. Give you good reliable goods Mrs. Mable Stinnett and children, of you. 11 r. Ken Rhodes will have charge of the sales departprices to Yelvlugton, are here the guests of x ment and vou know him everv farmer in RrprL-inrlHn-- a a V X VVJMll I. T UUWt) TTl relatives. warn jMr. and Jouas Allgoud and your business and we propose to make to your to deal with children, of Mrs. Spring, visited rela Uig tives and attended churc.i at Lost Hun Sunday. Albert Shrewsbury, who lived near Ky. Constantine, died unexpectedly August 24, and was buried at Fair View Au- Mrs. V. E. Brown Farmers ; Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville H ouse where every hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER L. T. & DURRETT, Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. xxxx Do Not Fail to Attend the First Annual New Concern suit L. i cs Perry County Labor Day Celebration At The Grove, Cannelton, Ind. DILLON & RHODES Succeed Will carry a line of Pat Dillon I Farm Implements, Fertilizes, Roofing and a General Line or orootts to auit the Farmers mnnt interest Monday, Big September 6 FRANCIS KEATS, Attractions and Good Music Plenty to Eat and Drink VVAl. at want Manager it DILLON & RHODES, Hardinsburg, gust 25, He had a fall a short time frieodi. He leaves a wife and one ago and It was thought his death was only sick two days and his death came child, mother, father, four sitters and as a great shock to his family and two brothers, who will sadly mist him, I'HUIH'H. II... III. wniunip 4W WW.'i'i Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SIU'T. 1, 1915 x trod attlio l'ot UniicofttOloTcrjiort, Ky as tocond class matter. PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Seventeen Days Tour Toj 13 GENERAL OFFICES PANAMA N11TIV w iic 11 ri . -- 7z j.--? you want Hiiri'rtiM'miwu Advirtlora pli'UM' notify the nlltor ?t tj zzs-- ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Lost OS luln NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS UTEi or. 'or FOR POLITICAL EXPOSITION SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 39, Watch with T. C. l.uwIV Precinct and city Offices f 2.60 $5.00 County Offices 16.00 or State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line Tor All Publications In tbe Inter- est of individuals or expression 10 lot individual views per line mid depot nnmuuii uniun, im uuiweun roy iiouao It. II. Mcdlotlilnn, IrvIngton.Ky SIItit watch Oft SALE For Sale Piano Second hand piano; used very little. I'rlcc S175. Kor uartlculnrs. box Cloverport, Ky. Hero is a list of nrticlc.-- that every school ehild will need and there is no reason why they should not he equipped when they enter school ou i MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1915 Change of Train Schedule on The If you expect to attend tho Exposition at San Francisco, California, before you make any nrrangemente write J. C. Crutcher, It U. Agent, Webster, Ky., as he will make the trip September 11, 1915, and will have a Pullman Sleeper for the on going trip at party for tho entire trip. Stop-overs For Sale Thoroughbred Jack Rood thoroughbred Jacks FOI! SAI.K Awhite points; 9 years old, 10 with handi hlRlif good bone; Mre Jumbo; dam, Mayllowcr; good coltgcttcriwllliiellortriido (or other stock. J.O.Cox, llrandenburg. Ky Wanted Match for Mare Mule ANTEl) A match for my mare mule; 1(1 Hi hunrU mnnthnnltl. SSft itminrW Man. win sen or buy. w. T. Mnttlngly, uien uunn, ivy, V The pennies and dimes you save in their purchase hero, soon amount to dollars and in our annual school sales we've saved many a dollar for the parents of this community. Lead Pencils Slate Pencils Pen Holders Pen Points Crayons School Slates Pencil Boxes Pencil Tnblcts L, H. & Si. L. Denver, Col., Colorado Springs and Ink Tablets School Sponges School Scissor. School Thimbles Effective August 1, i. 1915. (IMS .10:111 Salt Lake City A A I1 Kulcrs Pencil Sharpeners Tape Measures Composition Hooks EAST nolINI) ...12:10 . 4:52 5:4(1 Clocrport..... Arriving Irvlnntnn Arrlvlnu Iiulivllle. . . t will leave Ho. 144 Arriving Irlnfjton ..... Afrlvlng Louisville 148 will leave Clovcrnort. .... Arriving Irvlngton ... No, 142 will leavn Clovi-rpor- I. I. Mi with an automobile tour of each city, seeing tho sights, lie 1 recently spent n week in San Francisco visiting the Exposition I Life Insurance and Real Estate nnrl fnr fhic fiinr. R. Eskridgc, Office with J. Attorney C. L. BEARD HardlnsburOt Ky. Ink Fountain Pens L 7:10 I'. 5:07 A 5:31 A, Seven Days in San Francisco, Cal. Stop-over- s Parly Limited to 20 New line of High School Tablets for Pencil or Ink He sure to get ono of them. WEST BOUND 12:04 V. M. Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson .... . .ItJ P.M. ... I S3 P.M. Arriving F.vnnsvllle - ... 7:43 P.M. Arriving St. Louis .. .. 7:09 P.M. 143 will leave Cloverport ... 7:30 P.M. Arriving Hawcsville Arriving Owensboro ....... ... 8:18 P.M. ...11:38 P.M. fNo, 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro ........ ...12:45 A. M. ... 1:39 A.M. Arriving Henderson- .... 2:05 A. M, Arriving Kvansvllle ... 7:40 A.M. Arriving St. Louis... ....6:30 A.M. iNo. 14T will leave Cloverport .....7:4(! A. M. Arriving Owensboro 9:00 A.M. Arriving Henderson No, ,141 will leavo Cloverport-- . .. A. M. allowed on your Tickets good for 90 days. return. You can visit the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone Park on your return. V. G. BABBAGE LAWYER Any Notes, Accounts or Mortgages to Collect in Court or out of itl See or Write me. Will make the Price Right. J. 1 C. NOLTE & BRO. Cloverport, Kentucky RATE $129.50 All Expense Tour eJ. Agent ISOCIAL AND BUSINESS NOTES CJtb and Church Announcements f Dinners, Suppers and Parties Autumn Engagements Mrs. Rachel H. Lay, of Stephensport, was here Wednesday. The Epworth League officers will be installed Sunday night. Mrs. J II . Wills, of Louisville, is the I guest of Mrs. Joe Sawyer. LOST Gold Friendship Circle pin. I Reward. Frances Sawyer. Rev. less Blackburn, of Wolf Creek, I spent Sunday with Mr. Joe Fitch. The teachers of Cloverport are at L, H. & St. L. C Crutcher Ry. KY., I Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Write for Literature Dentist Cloverport, Ky, Specialist on e AreYon Going to Build? If so let us figure with you on e WEBSTER, Breckinridge County i DR. B. T. RAFFERTY was awarded Jthe premium instead of Mrs. Mary Otlze. RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Mrs. Crenshaw and daughter, Miss James Waggoner's. By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Jane Crenshaw, have returned to VerLoulsvilee, Ky. 462 Sth SI. sailles Mrs. Crenshaw will spend Oc Office Hours: 6 to 9 a. m. 2 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m HILL ITEMS. tober in New York. At the meeting of the Division Hoard A friend frcm Klngsville, Texas of Kducation No 2, J. H. Blythe was elected chairman and Dickey Miller, writes about the Mexicans. They were just 4O miles away. People were leav secretary, for the emuing year. ing Kingsville and soldiers were patrol! Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Miss Ono Brewster Piano, used very A Mexican spy had Annie Murray Ferry, are spending sev- ing the Mreets. lightly thrco years; positively been caught and executed the day she house-boa- t, Bohemia. eral days on the in good condition; good as now; Mr. Ferry was here from Louisville for wrote. Tina Keil reports a most delightful he sure to see imd hear it if the week end. visit to Annie Murray Ferry in Louis you intend to huy. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett and daughter, Miss Mary Barrett, of Louisville, were ville. Mrs. Lucy Pate has returned home, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs G. WETHINGT0N, last week. Mrs. Barrett will spend the after spending a week with her daugh ter, Mrs. Geo. Taul, and son, Curt Pate. . "On the Hill" fall and winter here. Carrie Mae Jackson and brothtr, Mrs. Edward McAfee, of Irvington, visited her mother, Mrs. Mullen, aud Forrest, spent the week end in the Mrs. Henry Yeager last week. She will country with Robert Daugherty. Mrs. Holland Pate, of Hawesville, leave soon for Marshall, Texas, to visit enjoyed a stay of a few days at the her sister, Mrs. Reynolds. Edison P. Gibson, who has been visit- home of Mrs. Peyton Scott. Mary Raitt Keil is in West Point, the Cleaned and Pressed ing his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. W. H Friday, guest of her friend, Elizabeth Smith. Gibson, received a telegram calling him back to his position with the lieniah Pate is expected home, after railroad at Bakersfield, Cal. Mr. Gibson ' a visit to relatives and friends in the left at once for the place. country. 1 i i m Building Material and complete. We Our stock is furnish everything in the building line. Good material and workmanship. We make a specialty of Window and Door Frames for all kinds of huild- ings. We call your attention to our stock of up-to-d- ate FOR SALE! 1 Colonial Columns We are making a special price on these columns. Will take great pleasure in showing and giving you prices on all material. tending the institute at Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad and returned from Leavenworth, Miss Eudora McGlothlan Younger, of Loaisville, is the guest of Mrs. John D. Babbage. Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of Versailles, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. Mrs. Frank Stein and children, of Pittsburg, have been the guests of Mrs. F. M. Smith and Mrs. L. T. Reid. Miss Louise Cheatuian, or Owensboro, was the attractive visitor of Mrs. Chas. Llghtfoot last week. Miss Virginia McGavock and Miss Interesting Meeting Susette Sawyer have returned from a veen's visit tov relatives. Held at High School. after Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weber, of Louis ville, motored here Friday to spend the Tnrough an iuvitution from Frof. week end with Mrs. Sallie Moorman. McCoy there was quite an interesting Mrs. Harry Ilamman entertained de- meeting at the school building Friday lightfully Thursday afternoon in honor afternoon. Addresses were cade bv of Miss Lelia Bell Hawkins, of Stephens-por- t. Prof. McCoy, Rev. Frank, Dr. Mc Donald, Messrs. Proctor Keith and V. Misses Lucile Squires, Fannie Lee Babbage. The object of the meeting was to Brown and Eliza Miller, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Miss Mary Gibson formulate plans for the organization of parents, teachers and any one interestFriday. ed in an increase of interest in the Mrs. Joe Fitch, Mrs. Sallie Moorman, close of the meeting a Mrs. Larkiti Gibson and Mrs. Marion school. At the uv.s association at social hour, with refreshment, Weatherholt attended the very much enjoytd. Further notice Amnions. will be given of this organization. Frank Shellman, of Holt, has returnThe town is to be congratulated on ed from California, where he went to see of the School Board. the business for Mr. the Holt heirs on You have only to visit the schoolhouso Julius Dutschke. to see tho many improvements and the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hills and children people should with I'rof. returned Mouday to their home at McCoy in making this the best school Irvine, Ky., after a visit to her mother, year Cloverport has ever known. Lew-ispo- inr Cloverport Planing Mill, Office and Plant : Cloverport, Ky. I Near Depot Your Fall Suits FALL CLOTHES made to look like now ones. Let us" havo charge of your F KANDY If it's Kandy U Want you can get it at Mr and Mrs. Wm. Laslie have moved into Chas. Brown's house on the short line. They contemplate buying. Alice Xeal. of Owensboro, has returned to her home, after visiting her aunt, .Mrs. Lonnie Ray Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Mr. and Mrs. Len Campbell are receiving congratulations on the birth of a bright boy baby. Mr. and Mrs Miliary Hardin and her sister, Miss Lilly McGavock, were in Louisville last week. MUs Gussie BurU has returned from a visit to Miss Esther Popham. Bohler & Morrison CLOVERPORT. KY. He Makes Fresh Candy Everyday Wholesale Prices to the Trade MARKET QUOTATIONS Indianapolis, Aug. 30. Cattle Steers, JG.G09.65; heifers, J5.r.08.85: cows, $507.50; calves, 4 12; bulls, For Sale! Hogs Best heavies, (7.100)7.90; bulk of sales, J7.C608.1O; lights, SC 8.15. $4.f.07. Fine Farm of 81 acres situated 2 miles southeast of Hardinsburg, on the Leitchticld road. Well improved; good dwelling; tohucco and wtoi-hum combined; well watered: under good fence; lays well; level; good, rich land; 20 acres in gra-- s and clover; fine stock farm. live-roo- 3 LUMBER, SHINGLES Sheen Good common $5.5009. to choice, $5.25G; to medium, $305; lambs, Mrs. Groves Buys Farm. Parents See that tho children' teeth are in good &hapo before school, then work ttnd health will bo-gin- s, boettcr if this is done. Do it Nctol W. A. Mr. Tom Groves, of Toblnsport, uml Mrs. Lena Grove, of Skillman, Ky., were hi the city Thursday on business. Mrs. Groves closed the trado for the purchase of 45 acres off the old Floyd Mason farm, the portion by the road side upon which stands the storehouse. She bought it of a Mr. Connor for $3,000. This is 66.66 per acre,. It Is fine corn land. She will lease it to her brother-in-law- , Logan Tomer, of Skill-ma- n, who will remove to it before next cropping season. Mrs. Groves Is figuring on building u rcsldeuce on the higher ground on the place that does 41c. C.inneltou Telephone, , not evertlow. Chicago, Aug. 30. Bulk, $0.75 0 7.70; lights, mixed, $0.5007.95; hor.vy, $C.357.70; roughs, $0.3000.50; pigs, $0010.15; Cattle Beeves, $708. cowa and holfers, $3.0008.75; cnlves, Sheep, $5.9000.50; lambs, $8.50012. $7.2509.40. Cincinnati. Aug, 30. Hoga Packers and butchers, $7.20 07.95. Cnttlo Steady. Calves, $5 Sheop Steady; lambs, steady. 11.23. St. Louis, Aug. 30. Hogs Pigs and Hants, $7.6008; mixed and butchers, $7.7608; good heavy, $7.4007.80. Cattle Steady. Toledo, Aug. 30. Wheat J1.09V4; corn, 80o; oats. Hogs $7.4508.05; Buffalo, Aug. 30. Wo have just received fre.h car of Yellow Pine Lumber and Ked Cedar Shingles. Kxtra fine quality. Jcd Cedar lasts well. Try the Special price on Hurbed Wire. Light Cattle, & $1.75 per spool, HO rods Light Hog. (i $1.85 per spool. 80 rods Write or Phone us, we can ship quickly F. O. H. Kordsvillo 0 FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager Will sell at a bargain. Hitcs Run School. T J. Route No. 1. TEAFF, Hardinsburg, Ky. Natur.illy So. iNouce is uereuv kivcu mm lines Smooth head or bearded variety. .. . Order while you can get it. UUIIW Will ,lJVU IVUIl ....utt.. fWllUIII ...ttl ....n.. C.w. f.l..... (I, 11)15, (Labor D.iv.) Parents are FOOT 15 & SOX, DR. 1'. urged to have t heir children enter' at Irvington, Ky. the beglnuing of school and attend teg ular. The co operation of all interested Corection. t "Re-cleane- . . 1. . Seed Wheat Til. WALKER, Hirdlasbvrg, Ky. Dliltlst, our Btnk l rUrdlntburn k Trust Co. Veals, $4.50012.50. Hogs Cattle Active; heavy, $7.7507.95; mixed, A Correction. j $808.30; Yorkers and plgi, $8,150 In the announcement of Drury'n Colt j S.35; rough, $606.15; (tags. $4,500 $.80. Sheep Active; lambs, alow. Show last week Allen Waggoner's colt t .1 1 1 "She's been so. conceited since they thure U strenKth. managed to get n player piano." J. II. BLYTHB, "Well, dear. plajr piano owncra do Is u general thing put ou airs." Dnl Teacher, Sub; District No. 7, Chairman No. 2 Division of Kducation. tuiore Avrt:an. ..! . , t T .. .. .. . . . The name Mrs. Wick Dooley In last week's paper should have been Mrs. Victor Dooley. Subscribe Today I ininin mn l nun nrrn nnnniiT AMAUiL MAU LUflb BttH mill V BY GERMAN Was Greatest Ammunition Carrier In the Service of Great Britain and Her Allies. UNDERSEA BOATS i! Knelt time her great cargo facilities, approximately 10,000 tons, were taxed to the utmost, and on her last trip, leaving on July IK), her sailing was (iclii)i'd fecvurnl hours to slow the big gest cargo of war munitions that over has left New York. According to the most authentic Information obtainable the Arabic had not been urmcd on any of her voyages OUR PUBLIC FORUM V.- -E. Democratic Ticket P. Ripley On Rotations of Railroads and Pooplo Tho Industrial lenders of this nation arc talking to tho public faco to fnce through the columns of this paper Tho time was when If a corporation had anything to say to tho pcoplo they sent a hired hand, whispered it through a lawyer or employed a lobbyist to explain It to the legislature, but the men who know and the men who do arc now talking over tho fence to tho man who plows. When the leading business men of this nation get "back to tho soil" with their problems, strife and dissension will disappear, for when men look Into each other's faces and smllo there is n better day coming. Mr. E. P. Rlploy, president of the Santa Fe Railroad, when asked to give his views In reference to relations existing between the railroad and the public said In part: "Frequently we hear statements to the effect that these relations are Improving, that the era of railroad baiting has passed and that public sentiment now favors treating tho railroads fairly. As yet this change In public fcentlment, If any such there be, Is not effective In results. It Is true that In tho legislatures of the southwestern states during the past winter there were fewer unreasonable and unreasoning laws passed than usunl, but a consideration of tho hostile bills Introduced shows that thero Is still reason for much disquiet even though they were defeated by more or less of a majority. Moreover, the Idea that tho railroads havo been harshly treated docs not seem to prevail In the offices of the State Railroad Commissions which seem to cherish a notion that their business is not to act as an arbitrator between the railroads and tho people, but which proceed on the theory that the railroads are able to tako care of themselves and that their duty Is to act ns attorney for tho people even though in so doing they deny Justico to the railroads. It requires no argument to demonstrate that the railroads are entitled to Justice equally with other citizens and taxpayers. That they have not received it and are not receiving it is perfectly susceptible of proof. That they have practically no recourse In the courts has also been Star liner under the ofT the Irish coast the Ucrmuii admiralty lind accomplished n feat It had been striving for ever since last October. The Arabic had been a thorn In the side of the Imperial government as a successful and elusive munition carrier over since she replaced the Cedrlc In the New York and Liverpool service ten months the White dropped WIIKN ago. Captain William Finch, the vessel's portly commander, was n thinker a resourceful skipper who was eagerly sought cither going or coming by the undersea craft that had been laying for him at every iiolnt In the war zone where he was supposed to fetch up to get his bearings. Germans After Finch. It was known In the shipping district that the Germans wanted to get Finch. Ho knew It himself, but the gates amused ratLer than annoyed him. Uo from New York. Lxamluatlott was made by Collector Mnlouc's neutrality Sand Bags Protected Her squad before each eastward voyage. The neatest approach to arming tlie Wheel From Shell Fire and liner was the organization of part of Crew Was Often Drilled her crew Into it rlile club, which practiced firing nt a raft on the stern of the With Rifles. ship. On recent trips she earrlcd fewer passengers. Among the 10. In tlio cabin iiml SO In the steerage on her last munition carrier. While In Liverpool voyage to Liverpool live were Ameri early in June six flres wcro discovered cans. Ilcfore that voyage the litter on board In various places, but were was painted a slate color, and her fought successfully. They were enough whcelhouse was hanked with sandto frighten travelers away, and the bags to protect her steerage apparatus few that did cross on her to New Yorl: from damage by shell lire. on the trip ending July 11 were starMuch Gold Aboard. tled by false alarms of lire iu So rapidly did the Arabic sink that Early iu February, when Ilrltlsh pas- the splendid executive nblllty of Capsenger carriers were resorting to the tain W. Finch, her commander, and tbe discipline of his crew, nlono preuse of the American flag as n protection against attack, the Arabic steamed vented a much larger loss of life. The Arabic carried it heavy cargo, inboldly up the Irish sea llylng n big cluding a big sum in gold consigned to Ilrltlsh ensign and jack. Morgan & Co. by the Ilrltlsh govThe Arabic had been for almost a J. P. lloatlng arsenal on each of her ernment. This will.of course, be n toyear a east bound trips from Now York. She tal loss. Stocks and bonds to an estiwas a ship of 13.S01 tons gross, and mated value of several million dollars These securities an enormous cargo could be stowed were also aboard. away In her hold. Her decks were had been purchased by Americans on usually congested with automobile cnbled orders for delivery Iu thirty She was COO days. anil aeroplanes. trucks . The bonds are numbered and so feet long and had a beam of C" feet. Submarines were trying to get the can be replaced, but not until after fBp? K;:.. SB For Governor A. O, STANLEY For Lleutciant-Ooverno- r JAMES D. BLACK For Secretary uf State BAIIKSDALE MAMLETT For Attorney. aenera! M. M. LOGAN For Auditor R. L. GREEN For State Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTER For Clerk of Court of Appeals R. W. KEENON For Supt. of Public Instruction V. O. GILBERT For Commissioner of Agriculture MAT S. COHEN J. R. LAYMAN For Commonwealth's Attorney HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN determined. Tho situation therefore Is that tho people, through their representatives, For Circuit Clerk must elect whether the services of tho railroads shall bo adequately compenLEE WALLS sated or not; and It requires no fortune teller or soothsayer to predict that In tho long run the service will take tho class that is paid for and no better. For Representative The natural competition between the railroads and the natural desire J. O. HOOK to perform service has heretofore resulted in giving the public much more than It was willing to pay for. Continuation of this will be no laws, however drastic, can long accomplish the impossible." Impossible and first-class Notice. Breckinridge Circuit Court. May Term, May I5, 19I5. In the matter of order Absent Witnesses This day came the Commonwealth's Attorney of the Ninth Judicial District and tendered the following written motion, to-w- it: L. C. TAUL iiiuuiaiiurj J umuti I Cloverport, .Kentucky Fire, Lightning' Tor-nado "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 great inconvenience, delay and expense resulted therefrom to other witnesses, the. court and the Commonwealth ot Kentucky. I hereby move the court that a forthwith attachment issue, hereafter, for each and every witness who Is subpoenaed for the Commonwealth and who thereafter falls or refuses to be in the court room, and to answer to his name. when called, be that time 9:00 o'clock a. m., or any other hour of the day before court is adjourned or the witness excused by the Com monwenlth or the court. Believing this mv duty, in furthering thu ends of justice and saving the State expense, I respectfully prav the judgment of the court on this motion; and, if same be sustained. 1 further move that notice of the court's action In the premises be published in The Breclcenrldce News and the Record Press for three consecutive issues next pre eedlntr the October. 1915. term of the Breckinrldpe Circuit Court. Respectfully subml'tpd. Commonwealth's Attorney. Ninth Judjelal Distrlct.State of Kentucky " The court being advised In the prem ises. adjudges that the suggested rule is necessary, wise and wholesome, and sustains said motion, and the sheriff of Breckinridge countv Is hereby ordered and directed to hereafter notify each witness subpoenaed of the existance of this rule and order and to govern themselves accordingly; and it is further ordered that the clerk of the Breckinridge Circuit Court deliver a true copy of this order to The Bracken-ridgNews and to th-- Record Press in Hiotoa by American Press Association time for same to ho inserted for three consecutive Issues of each paper next THE ARABIC, HER LIFE BOATS AND A DECK VIEW. orecedmg the October, 1015, term of this court. Is reported to have said once that If Arable lit May, when the Ltisltunta ninety days. They will not be paid In Testimony Whereof, witness my they ever got him It would be west was sent to the bottom oft the Old for until delivered. Interest, however, hand this May 15th, I915. bound, when he didn't have anything Head of Kinsale. Finch heard tho began on the day of promised delivery, J. R. LAYMAN, on board that the allies wanted verv same warnings that were sent out to so that Americans who now own tbe badly. Judge Breckinridge Circuit Court. thu I.usltanla and, heeding them, es- bonds will realize an income from them That was the way they got him, west- caped. for at least sixty days before they bound, with a comparatively small Tho message, which was lit code, pay for them. Defy Sunburn. passenger complement and cargo. Oa was sent out from the admiralty's p The German submarine is said to Arm yourself with a bottle of "Pen-s'.a- r the eight or nine eastbouud trips of In Qtteenstowii harbor and, decihave been tho lutest type U boat. Sho Almond and Cucumber Cream" tbe Arable, when she was laden to the phered, read: "Submarines active off drove a torpedo Into the Arabic under pllmsoll with 10.000 or 12,000 tons of south coast of Ireland." the water line, about 100 feet from tho and enjoy out door amusements. 25 fighting material. Finch never showed The skipper said ho caught the mes- stern. aud 50 cents at Wedding's Drug Store. up where he was expected or when he sage Wednesday night after leaving Survivors Describe Rescue. was expected, and the vessel got I.lvcriHwl, and although ho intended to Kentucky hair Dates Charles Prluglo of the Motor through safely. give the Irish coast it wide berth ho limited, of Toronto snld that The Arabic was either ahead of changed his course suddenly to tho schedule or behind schedule. Some- southeast toward Ilristol. going thirty most of the passengers on board the The following are the dates fixed for times she would make the laud, and live tulles out of his course. Then ho Arabic were Canadians. Discussing the holding the Kentucky Fairs for 101s, sometimes she would lay well olT the encountered fog and had its protection work of rescue, Mr. I'tluglo said: as far as reported: "It was really marvelous that so Irish coast, nosing over well to the until out of tho danger zone. Barbourvillc, Sept. I 3 days. many persons were saved. All tho bust near the Bristol channel and the Gun Club Aboard. days. Hodgenville, Sept. lifeboats were crowded when they were Welsh coast or to the south a little days. Tho Arabic has frequently come to launched, and some persons wero Henderson, Sept, northwest of the Selllys. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Undersea attack was not the only public attention, and recently her name thrown Into tho witter. There wero means employed by enemies to sink was associated with the question of some very panicky scenes, but tho rfept. 13 6 days. arming merchantmen for defensive , crew kept cool heads and rescued most Horse Cave, Sept. 221 days. the Arable. On her last eastward to Uverpool an elTort was made measures. On her arrival In New Yorl; of those struggling Iu tho wuter. Tho Glasgow. Sept. 29 4 days. to explode dynamite on board. On the July ill! passengers talked freely of tho floating' rafts did good service, several Cave City, Oct. 4 0 days. night before her departure from New "gun club" organized by stewards, passengers clinging to them for a condays. Murray, Oct. siderable time. York two sticks of the explosive were stokers and sallornicu. it was said members of the gun club "One woman, the mother of three found at midnight in the women's lavatory and turned over to tho bureau were equipped with high powered titles children, had an arm broken and beFor constipation, biliousness, lndl mm count pin ii suumariue out or com- came separated from her children of combustibles. The And was kept until Aug. !, when the vessel ar- mission and that they practiced at a when the boats wero lowered. Sho did gestlon, stomach and liver trouble. rived safely In Liverpool, after which target towed a thousand yards astern. not know of their fato until sho met Harmless. If not better than calomel tho White Star olllclals continued tho Tho Arable's stern during the last four them at tho landing place. It was an salts, or any laxative you have ever statement Issued by hj1Ico hcadquur-ters- . or tlvo trips has been well banked with affecting S'Viiu as sho clasped them to used, we pay the money back quick. sandbags to protect her steering gear her breust." Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. In tho event of her running away from Tho Arabic wos COO feet long, her Fire Also Tried. a submarine. beam C3.0 feet and her displacement Fire was another form of destrucOn each of her last three eastward 15,801 tons. Her value at tho time of Frleods are lost by calling often and tion directed upon tbe Arabic to gat voyages thu ship carried an average of ter loss was $1,000,000, not counting. .ailing seldom. Swift. be out of tho way as a menacing aaa- - $1,000,000 f course, the cargo. worth of war supplier e Uag-shlcom-patt- JggggHtgOHi and Windstorm, Life, AccidentHealtJ Insurance. Old Reliable Companies a Henry Trent J. W. Trent P. L. D21I1 VsHBhh 1 Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and f Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : aw H. T). H MOORMAN Dr. R. P, Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trent i Walls' Livery Stable Prepared to Treat all Animal'Diseases Special Attention Given Calls at all Hours 10 DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. Hardinsburg, Ky. AN AUTUMN TAILLEUR. Bather boyish (n line, this suit of navy wool mohair, with full skirt and nip length coat, showing a semlbeltcd effect The collar buttons high in military fashion and a turnover velvet collar serves as smart trimming. The trim sailor of faille silk and the white topped button boots afford a smart effect SNAPSHOTS OF FASHION. M, E. CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday, All visitors aud strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. OEARD, "When the weather permits coat dresses of Imitation fur fabrics will be seen In the shops. Smartly designed costumes will also bo mado of this material, which when trimmed with real fur are as rich and handsotno In effect as any fabric could Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary MUrson 'School COMPLETE Law: 73 75 pas-sug- o 04 Lax-a-Ma- so-cr- possibly be. Designs of material proffered by dressmakers are produced In lengths to suit their demands. Tho old cry of lack of by manufacturers Is a dead Issue for this season at least It Is whispered thitt boots will lace up the front only for the coming seu son; also that pale colored leathers are decidedly do trop and that russet and tan shoes ate to register tho high wa ter mark of smart style uxcluslveness; also that these shoes, or boots, will be worn with every sort of frock and of every color, and, again, another tllm reflects black cloth us the ashlcst ma terial one can telect for wear this au' tumn, also tho smartest. ire LLJ1. lttb year otenaOct,3. Hoc ondterm. Jam. 3. Weutrtw for ban la alUUtak AcctmitoUcourtiaadlUrgo TWO TEAK COUUHK. de. libraries, 8lf-helliureau. Tuition Mill payable). Vor FUKK catalogue and handftomo Uxlft Duotone Etching of Thoma Jeffenon read to frame, write ELLIOTT fENNEBAKER, Sec1;. Lotinie, K Biliousness and Constipation. It is certainly MirprMns that any tvomuil will endure lliu mlssrnlilo iucs cauml bv biliousness und mutpatlon, when relief is uo easily had and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas, ljeck, Gatts. N. Y,, writcbt "About ago I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured tue of bilioumeh.s uud constipation," Obtainable everywhere. rl. The day of harsh physics Is gone. want ralld, easy laxatives. Doan's Regulets have satisfied thousands. 25c at all drug stores. People Want Ad. if vou want quick results. a Try i i STOP at the Gait House When in Louisville . European Plan a Day Good Rooms for $1 GOLF AS CURE FOR Golf a Great Curative. "I think golf Is going to bo n great Fine Dining Room with Kxcellcnt curative. It will bo better than tennis Service and Low Prices or croquet, for In those games tho play- This nursery Is 25 acres In extent and will Include a small experimental er Is confined to tho court At golf forest. acres of beauthere will bo seventy-flvtiful scenery over which the patient vested, rather than that an annual tax FOREST TAXATION Meets Trains Free Auto-Bmay roam. Hatting tho ball around shall he Imposed. Certain States have tho course will divert his mind, and already gone a long ways in this ill- One of the most important factors j rectlon nnd Pennsylvania has recently that's Important Turkish and Electric Baths "Golf will be stimulant to the de- In connection with the growing of passed three laws dealing with the pressed, melancholic patient and a trees for commercial purposes is tho matter of forest taxation and the Has-- j WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS matter of taxation, and this Is a mat- slflcatlon of forest land which em-- j sedative to the acutely disturbed. "It will serve as n cure In curable ter which so far as Kentucky Is con- brace the best features of recent cases and will lengthen tho lives of In- cerned, lias had little attention. In j thought on this subject, The essen the first place, there Is no classifica- tials of the recent Pennsylvania laws curable patients. "The walk over the course, the tion of land within the State for taxa- arc as follows: breathing of fresh air mid other exer- tion purposes. It Is a generally ac1. Classification of suitable land set cise attendant on the game will give cepted theory among experts In this aside by the owner for forest purposes patients better nppetltes, help work matter at the present time that there as auxiliary forest reserves. off poisons that naturally nccruo from Is only one fair method of taxation 2. Agreement with the Stato to which may be applied to land main maintain such land In forest growth a diseased brain and promote sleep. "Of course patients on the golf course tained by the owner In forest growth and penalties for failure to carry out will be attended, but Just think of the and that Is that there should bo a tax agreement. effect of being allowed to stroll In the placed on the land which shall be an 3. Assessment of land classified as fresh air over a beautiful plot of annual tax, and another tax placed on Illinois Hospital Says Outdoor ground compared to being cooped up the forest crop when It is harvested. auxiliary forest reserves at $1.00 per acre annual tax. In a building. In no other manner does It seem probA. Payment by owner of 10 prrceut you Just how strong I am able that reforestation of suitable Lifi Is Greatest Need. "I'll tell of the value of tho forest products for this new system I expect In time areas throughout the State may be ac- when harvested to the county to he to take tho bars off every window in complished, since In the first place, distributed among the proper county the Institution. I have already taken on account of the character of the in- funds. KEEPS THE MIND DIVERTED the bars off one building. The effect vestment the owner of the land must 5. Fixed chargo on auxiliary forest will bo psychological. If there is noth- be assured before hand just what his reserve land of two cents per acre for ing to remind a patient of the fact that taxes on the land are to be, and In tho two cents per acre for he is held in, there will not be the temp- second place the risks attendant upon schools and roads. Mf Club, Tennia Rackets, Basaball tation to Jump. the raising of a forest crop, because Under these provisions It Is obviBats and Croquet Mallet Take the "Liberal treatment Is giving us many of the long period of years before It ous growing of timber on suit Straitjacketa and Solitary cures. Golf will give us more." Plaoes of repches maturity, make It essential able that the areas would be reduced to aprac-- i Confinement Celli Great Resultt Are that the crop of forest products shall tlcal business basis. Expected From the New Ideas. be taxed at maturity when it Is har- o us 11 "Under Hie old system patients of GENERAL VIEW KENTUCKY STATE FORESTS NURSERY the acutely disturbed clasi were placed LOUISVILLE, STATE FAIR GROUNDS In strnltjackcts or In solitary confinement. Some were fastened to benches so tlicy could not move hands or feet Now we handle these cases by putting the patients In cold and warm packs or In cold or warm water baths. That treatment soothes. "When n patient who had been unruly had been fastened to n bench, under the old system of treatment, ho pulled and tugged, trying to get free. IIo wore himself out Even then his mind was set on freedom, and ho kept saying to himself. Til get out of thU yet That wearied his brain. All this has been done away with. "A woman patient may tear her Wo do not restrain her by clothes. tying her hands. If she tears one dress nurses put another on her. If sho tears that nnothcr Is put on her. Final.r-- ' "FWitf f ly, when she realizes no one cares if JWaassssssssssrw i"' she tears her clothes, she stops. M rT"iTi TTMi a ' KY.-ADJACENT XJjfW-.?rrrssssTTasstr !! iTT HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATAIILH Better Than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic) and Ililious EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As well as a Remedy for Chills and levers, Malarial I'cvcrs I'evcrs. Just what you need nt this season. Try it. Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. Don't Tike Any Substitute. At Robinson-Pett- et rnr.!'Aiir.ii iiy Druggists, 50c and $1.00 Bottles alrj LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Company DFL. W. B. Office Hours: TAYLOR. Irvlngton, Ky. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST ?:s:!:'r A'Wiijk In oMro ilurlrp 111 ci' licum U'c lmve several yearling buck for sale at 15.00 each. our 1500 lb. State Fair Winner. W. R. MOORMAN & Hampshire Bucks For Sale! Sired SON, ::: ly Glen Dean, Ky. INSANE PATIENTS Victoria Hotel LOUISVILLE, KY. Opposite Union Station Rate $1.00 European Bath $1.50 Solicits patronage of Cloverport Business Men and Shoppers Worth Their Weight in Gold. Cows and sheep have been driven "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets When to Stop Advertising. acre pasture In El from a serenty-flv- e An English Journal requested a numINDIAN SUMMER. and found them to be just as representgin, 11L, and men, under supervision ed, a quick relief for headaches, dizzy ber of the largest advertisers to give f an expert, are laying out a nine spells and other symptoms denoting a The Term May Have Had Its Origin In their opinions concerning the best time bole golf course for the Illinois State torpid liver and a disordered condition to stop advertising, and tho following the Far East. Hospital For the Insane. They are The origin of the term "Indian sum replies were received: of the digestive organs. When the population ceases to mulThis golf course Is not for doctors worth their weight in gold," writes mer," like that of tho word "blizzard," and attendants employed In the asyl-lu- Miss Clara A. Drlggs, Etba, N. Y. has been the subject of much research. tiply and the generation that crowded It has been traced back only as far ns on after you and never heard of you It's for patients. Obtainable everywhere. the latter part of tho eighteenth cen- stops coming on. superintendent Dr. H. J. Gahagan, When you have convinced everybody tury, and it did not become common of the hospital, has hit upon golf as a until after the first decade of the nine- whose life will touch yours that you core for Insanity. Patients of every Gossip. Cemeteries Where Women have better goods and lower prices teenth. Friday, the Sabbath of the Moslems, type will be taught to play. Many explanations of the name have than he can get anywhere else. The Idea is part of a now theory In when all true believers of tho mascu- been offered, all of which assume that When you stop making fortunes solethe handling of insanity cases, the line gender make a point of going to the term "Indian" used In this connec- ly through the direct use of this mighty wives, sisters and daugh. agent. ,. "voieory being that outdoor life will church, their to the American Indians. ters resort to the cemeteries and wall tion refers When younger and fresher houses In wonders where confinement sim- for the dead. Hut all their time is not A recent note in the Monthly Weath orbrk ply makes cases of dementia more ag- spent in weeping, and sorrow is not tho er Review calls attention to a totally your line cease starting up. When you would rather have your gravated. only emotion they display on these oc- different use of this term, in which the Inown way and fall than take advice All methods of restraint In the han- casions. They tnke with them bunches reference is not to the American dians, but to East India. and win. dling of patients, even those of the and garlands of flowers and decorate Under the British board of trade reg acutely disturbed class, have been tho graves of their relatives and pray ulations one of the load lines marked abolished at the Elgin asylum. Cure and weep over the dead for a time. on ships bears tho initials "I. S.," this None Equal to Chamberlain's by kindness Is the basis of the new Then when this pious duty Is perform being the maximum depth to which "I have tried most all ol the cough ed they gather in little groups and havo method. a good time gossiping about the living. vessels can be loaded for voyages dur- cures and find that there Is none that I. e.. tho fine Throw Straitjacket Away. Thus tho day of mourning is very popu- ing the "Indian summer" equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Bo tennis racKets, goir sucks, oase-balar among the Moslem women. It gives season In the Indian seas. It has never failed to give me prompt bats and croquet mallets are tak- them almost the only opportunity they How long has tho term "Indian sum- relief," writes W. V. Harner, Monti- ing tho place of straltjackets, hand- have of cultivating tho acquaintance of mer" been used In this sense? It Is not recorded In any dictionary nor ap- peler, Ind. When yo. have a cold cuffs and solitary confiuenieut rooms. their neighbors. parently In any work on meteorology. give this remedy a trial and see for baseTennis and croquet courts and a Is It possible that our autumnal In yourself what a splendid medicine it is, ball diamond have already been laid No. 40 for the Blood dian summer was so named by sailors Obtainable everywhere. out Patients are using them. Dr. resemGabagau says the behavior of patients Rheumatism, Scrofula and all hu- or travelers who saw In it n Is 50 per cent better than when the mors of the blood give way when you blance to tho fine weather attending the northeast monsoon In India? men mid women there uro 'J.045 at the take Number 40, the great cure for ORyluui are coullned behind barred blood poison. Try a bottle from Wed windows. ding's Drug Store. It will give vou "Insane persons are u good deal like DMIiaMi children," Dr. Gahagan said. "They new life. will fight for the things that are deFINANCIAL ECONOMY. nied them. Hut If these things are not ' denied them theystopjlshtlng One Man's Scheme When He Found His Capital Was Shrinking. What one man did when ho discover ed his capital was shrinking Is told in the American Magazine: (Stents each, 3 for 10 cents) "A friend let mo Into a secret of his financial economy which strikes mo as valuable. He is of middle age, with a small family, and has an income of (2 for 5 cents) $3,500 a year. He has put by a few thousand dollars. Ills Investments are in gilt edged securities. (5 cents each) "At the end of every six months he figures out exactly tho value of his property. Each share of stock, each bond Is reckoned at Its present market price, and tho sale value of bis house Is placed at tho lowest figure. To the current value of his estate ho adds his life insurance. The result is tho cap! tal which would bo available for the support of his wifo and children should be suddenly die. "At the- last three reckonings my friend found that his capital was shrinking. Tbcro had been declines In certain stocks and bonds and a falling off in tbo value of his real estate. What did ho do? Commiserate him Addrest self? Not at all. He went tea Hfoin Call or Mail all Orders to suranco company and took out a policy largo enough moro'than to cover tho shrinkage In his capital. Comparatively speaking, It cost him very little, but it added a neat sum to tho iluo of his estnto and guaranteed an unim paired Incomo to his wife." ll TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in renewing your subscription. Please examine the label on your paper. If your subscription is due, the Editor will appreciate payment. RENEWAL ORDER THE BKECKENKIDGE NEWS, Clovkkfokt, Ky. Enclosed find .f , which apply to my sub- scription account. Namk Address mm Get Ready for Farm for Sale situated half mile from llardinsburg and Cloverport! Pike, live miles from Good dwelling, Cloverport. stock barn '10x34; double cribs: good tobacco barn 44x44; well watered: good rolling land; porno timber; produce? corn, tobacco, wheat and Oats. For further information, price and terms, write or cull on 210 acre.--, Winter While the Sun Shines I A $28.00 hall stove used J only one Subscribe DEEDS MORTGAGES Telephones on Farms 50c per Month and Up winter. Near- ly as good as new, with all the fixtures. Beautiful stove. eJ. C. Elder Cloverport, Ky. Price $12.50 Address Box 39 Cloverport, Ky. Pension Certificates Typewriting Paper Engraved Cards Stationery and - If there is no telephone ou your farm write for our free booklet telling how you may get service at small cost. FOR RENT EARLY AUTUMN HAT Ono of the autumn hats with wide transparent hrlm and crown. Illack Bilk net Is used, owl tho dropped edgo Is trimmed with a narrow hand of sable fur. Largo white silk wuter lilies surround tho crown. Two farms one mile above Lewisport, Hancock county, "Ky., on the Ohio river, known as the Lowry homestead. Good dwelling of 8 rooms and out buildings; the other mljoiniug at the first tressel ou I,., II. & St. I.. Railroad. New laud and new tenant house; well watered; in both farms there is about 160 acres for cultivation; some laud very fine; will rent s liotli places to a gentleman. Wheat laud reserved to sow this fall. l'or full particulars apply to MRS. SAHAH 15. I'ARKI'.R, Louisville, Ky. 2723 W, Jefferson St. first-clas- Special Printing The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Kentucky FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT fjimliarlarifl TalonlinnA INCORPORATED. Fur croup or sore throat, use Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Two sizes, 'ilc and 50c. At all drug stores. and Telegraph Company BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Killed Quick and easy when "Penslar Corn Remedy Is applied to a corn, Gt a package cow nt Wedding's Drug Store and rest easy. 10 and 25c. Try our Want or For Sale column for quick results. o1B1lr roi T)o1r 101 lfofr ioi )e3,o mm o The Latest Arrivals In New Fall and Winter Goods Everything the latest in style. Our complete line has not yet arrived but this will give you an idea of the many good things we are offering. o hoc in r mfinav naan oncmuroiu ww WHERE mm mm . mmm mw mU m mr'm - mm m. arm mm gtd mr u, m m - m m.m marl iihi m mmm AT THE OLD RELIABLE Shoes The Society Shoe for women in patent colt, Inceand button: stage last; Fawn, Q nn Made and Sand colored tops; this is a very popular shoo; very desirable stylo; prico ... OdiUU . Rrpp.kinnrlriP Rank j Only 46 Banks In the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. i stylo, comfort and quality fur The Nutcracker Shoe for men: in Black Cloth Tops; English last; a shoo of com- . wJiUU An P(J OuiUU n nn mammmaBmaumammmaauaaamwmi 'KIM shoo that will Men's Pluck, in Mack and tan; Cloth tops; English last; a '. pleto Ihc tasty dresser's wardrobe; price . Retiring from Business 0 Hats The new high crown in all the most popular stylos and shapes have just arrived. The stock is complete. Now is the time to buy. Wo have the shape, color and size to suit you. Priced $1.50, $2.50 and $3.00 We have a Big Line of Men's and Boy's Caps; Prices, 50c and $1.00 I have concluded to dispose of my stock of General Merchan- Dry Goods In this department there are so many nice things, but wo can mention only a few. Our new dress poods are right up to the minute in stylo, and if you want the latest you can find it in this department. FANCY SILK BENGALINE, FANCY CROSS DYE POPLIN, in wino color with striped effect for, per yard in blue and green effect; per vard ..... .., ...... 25c 25c $1.00 green, black and lavander; very pretty; per yard. ......96c yard patterns of Silk Poplin with moire finish, in black, blue and green; per yard in lavander, blue and white; this goods will certainly fill your SILK $1.00 demands as to style; it is very popular; priced A largo assortment of beautiful Ginghams, just in; all very attractive patterns; come 12Jc now and make your selections; priced, per yard, 10c and STRIPED VOILE, in G CREPE-DE-CHIN- We will show our complete line of new goods next week. If we haven't what you want now, we will have it in our complete line. It will pay you to do your Fall and Winter shopping here. B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG HAS Hardinsburg, Ky. TEACHERSMNSTITUTE -- Guy Elder has returned from a visit ment. at Lewisoort. Mrs. Frank DeHaven entertained to Mrs, Mary C. Hcston is at home from dinner last Thursday the following PERSONAL NOTES AND NEWS. Irvington, where she was the guest of guests: Mesdames A. N. Skillman, Nannie Adkisssn, Nannie Hook, Roe her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Payne. Hook, G. D. Hendrick, Orvel Frank, Mr. Uon Clark&on, of llltf Sprint', Mrs. John D. Shaw attended the Will Duvall, Herbert Hook, Orlie made a liuslness trip to town last Uaptist Association with the English Woolfolk, Fred Moorman and daughweek. church near Ammons. ter. Mr. and Mrs IJ. M. Beard were In Mr. Max l'eyton, of New Albany, Dr. John E. Kincheloe, Mrs. Kinchehas l.eon the uuet of his parents, Mr. Louisville last week. loe, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beard left and'Mrs. l' W. Peyton. Mrs. Hob lendrick is in Cloverport Sunday to motor to Louisville, FrankMr. Hen Ilardauay was In town last visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harney Squires. fort, Lexington and Cincinnati. Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons are weok. Messrs Arthur Haswell, of BirmingMr. and Mrs. h. B. Graham and chil- guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beeler, ham, Ala., and Ernest Haswell, of dren, of Howling (ireen, have return- near Kirk. Cincinnati, will arrive this week to to their home, after a visit to her Mr Ken Rhodes will move here visit their parents, Mr. ed and Mrs. ColeIt is reported that man Haswell. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Heard, from Owensboro. Mr. Rhodes and Mr Pat Dillon will go and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Moredock, of OwensMary Franklin Beard enter- into the hardware business. Miss boro, and Miss Nancy Board, of Mrs. Mattie Teaff and children are tained at six o'clock dinner Friday were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. evenini; In honor of Mr. Ulttick, of at home from Leitchiield. G. W. Evans last week. Dallas Texas, who is the guest of Mr. Herschcl Macy, of Texas, was Prof. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Williams Franklin Heart). the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Paul and children are at home, after spendCompton, last week. Kly Duvall has gone to Milton to ing their vacation at Valpairaso, Ind., visit. Miss Luclle Hayncs, of Union Star, and other points. Dr. W. A. Walker and daughters arc is visiting Mrs. Calvin Uendrlck, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Allie Squires and at home from a visit to relatives at and Mrs. Frank Jolly, on the pike. daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Htwley vllle. Mrs. Lula Dutchske and son, Castle- - Mrs. Miller, near Clover Creek. Miss Fannie Lee Brown has returned from a visit to Mrs. Larkln Gibson in Cloverport. Mrs. Lee Bishop will go to Louisville the last of this week to purchase her fall millinery goods. Irvington, Kentucky Miss Hallie Brown has gone to Louisville for an extended visit. James Speed, of Louisville, Hon. J. P. Haswell, of Murray Brown will leave this week for Erie, Tenn., where he will teach in Many Arrive to Attend Sessions Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson are wrs. ueorge W. fcvans has gone to Dinner Parties and Other at the Tar Springs for Mr. Robert- Louisville to buy the fall millinery for son's health. B. F. Beard & Co's. millinery departEntertainments Motor Tours to the Blue Grass. Lord, of West Point, was in berry, left last Saturday for their Mr. home In Louisville. town last week. Mr. John Akers Is in Ellzabethtown Messrs. I'raaklin Kincheloe, HowMrs. Marcella Sheeran spent last ard Hook, Irvin Taylor and .Murray Urown have returned from a trip to week at Kirk. Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trent attended in an automobile. the Ellzabethtown Fair. dise 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. D. S. Union Star, Ky. Richardson August 24, 1915 BOATS FOR SALE! Gar-Hel- d, MYRTLE W. Length 43i50; Beam 81; Net Tonnage 8.; Country Fair, Sept. 24 and 25 4 Cylinder, 32 horsepower Mingst Engine. ss Electric lights, storage batteries and recharging plant; life preservers and all necessgrj equipments; will make 12 miles up and down; in first-clatrade for barges at a bargain. Further particulars will be furnished on application. running order; will sellfoj Hardinsburg, R. N. Hudson, President and James R. Skillman, General Council of the Henderson Route will take part in our program with helpful addresses the High School. Miss Kosa Lou Ditto will leave Saturday for Horse Cave, where she will teach in the High School. This Is Miss CLOVERPORT BOAT & MACHINE CO., Cloverport, Rev. Kys 1 for the community. Hawesville Brass Band. Gome Everybody Write for Catalogue B. W. CARTER, Secretary Ditto's fourth year In that sch:ol. Miss Annie Lee Bishop has gone to Louisville to get the new fall styles In millinery, before going to Eminence to accept a position fur this season. Misses Mary Ann and Martha Warned have taken rooms with MUs Tula Daniels for the school term. Mist Huth Harncd will be with them during the Institute. The High School will open next Colic In Horses. Monday. All of the teachers will arKarris Horse Colic Remedy is simply rive this week. dropped on the tongue through a mediMr. and Mrs. Marshall Norton, of a proven record Kiniiiwood, are spending this week cine dropper. It has 0!) cures In 60 cases. The women folks M, Basham. with Mr. and Mrs. R. can give it. Get a 50c bottle and be safe. For sale at Wedding's Drug Read Your Home Paper Store, Cloverport, Kj , Bates Returns Rev. S. C. Bates, of AtheaJ- - Ohta, has returned home afier spending a vi . ..! . I. nnM .wim riiuvc(jjuri . relatives. ..a Ml ... 1 Jfi UU(u .rU..l.ul u. tl... U. uutwc (jivnbtuu tile 1 ivaui icnan Methodist churches whlln always enjoys his visits back to Bn enrldge. Miss Marlon Allen retun home with her uncle to spend ten ... hr i urn 3 1