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"Clovcrport Welcomes the Epworth Leaguers' Breckenridge County School Fair Greatest and Biggest Day Ever Known Grand and. Glorious Gathering of Children, Parents and Teachers 5,000 People Attend. "This clay is tho half-centu- LEE WALLS' REPLY TO THE UNJUST AND SNEAKING LETTERS WRITTEN BY HIS OPPONENT THRELJEATHS In Breckenridge -- County Two Funerals at Garfield and One at Lodiburg. interest bank; in the same. The following were the winners of the premiums which were offered by the Best sample of Prior tobacco, 19I5 crop, Fred ltaslintu, J5.00. Second best, A. K. Skillmaii and sou, i and biggest day Breckenridge county ?i.5. Best sample of Hurley tobacco, Lewis known," said nion who leiirncd their A B O's over a has ever Kankitis, $5.00. ago and wcro present at the School Fair at Hardinsburg. Second best, Martin Sutton, $2.50. r air was at its Best sample of one succor tobacco, Friday, October 22, was a delight, tho best and the beautiful trees were aglow in their gorgeous dresses of Roe Hook, 5.00 gold and autumn colors. The 4,000 people enchanted the county Second best, Pred Well, $2 50. capital with tho school spirit, and success, inspiration and hopo for Best variety of tobacco, Tom Beard, $5.00. even greater attainments seem to come from tho bright, clear sky Best white corn, Tom Beard, $2.0o. and warm October sunshine. Second best, William McGary, $1 00, Superintendent Trent's vision of scoing and hearing tho hoofs of Best yellow corn, Tom Beard, fS.oo, of Second Ifest, William McGary, $t 00, horses, the roar and coming of tho L., II. & St. L., tho Best sample of Hickory King corn, tho fair, caino true. By tho automobile, bringing the crowds to Demiie Squires, 2.00. 11. S. building was crowded and surrounded twelve o'clock tho B. C. Second best, W. II. LeGrand, fl.oo. by people. Here and there woro family groups, parties of High Best sample of red corn, 15. L. RobSchool boys and girls, opening baskets of lunch, sharing with each ertson, $2.('o. other tho delicious food. Elegant manners and unselfishness were Second best, Oscar Brown, $l.0o. Second best, Raymond Shecran, fl.Ou. seen as one glanced ovor tho crowd and saw them enjoying tho noon Best quart of soft wheat, Philip Sui generous way a sup hour lunch. Hardinsburg furnished in a most der, $i.0o. ply of dinner for tho persons who failed to bring it and this was free. Best quart of hard wheat, Allen No small task it was to form tho parade. Tho strictest rules Rhodes, $1 60. as it appears in tho county Second best, Con and Gus Mattiugly, woro maintained- aud each school lined-uschool book. At tho conclusion of tho march an excellent program 50c. Best clover seed, J. L Grouse, ft.oO. was given at the school building. Second best, Con and Gus Mattiugly, BreckenThe enthusiasm, tho activities and tho triumph of tho 50c. ridge County School Fair buflle description. Best display of whippoorwill peas, out-doo- honk-hon- k - p Miller & Monarch, 50c. School Fair Notes. "The greatest day since the Centennial in 1884," was what a number of citizens The said of the county school fair. crowd was estimated at five thousand. By seven o'clock that morning the people were coming from all directions, in horsebuggies, wagons, automobiles, back and on foot. By noon you could not get through the High School building there was such a crowd. The exhibits were excellent. The girls' fancy work, the boys' manual training, made one realize more than ever that right here in Breckenridge there are some of the brightest and most talented boys and girls in the world Almost every kind of work was on exhibition, even musical compositions The following schools had general disHigh County Breckinridge plays: School, Cloverport Graded School, St. Romauld's Stephensport, High School, Garfield and Harned. The seventh and eighth grades have eertainly been busy all over the county, judging from their exhibits in Mr. Ditto's room. The little ones came in with their quilt squares and doll dresses. There were close to two thousand children in the parade. In order that every child there could view the agricultural exhibits in the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., the officers arranged it so that they could march through their building double file. Through the kindness of Messrs, n, Second best, William McGary, 25c. Frank DeHaven and J. C. Sills, after the Best display of sweet potatoes, Con parade, the picture show opened its doors free of charge to the children. aud Gus Mattingly, 50c. Second best, Sam Jackson, 2jc. Quite a number took advantage of this. Best display of beets, Dr. A. M. The grown' people enjoyed the program at the rear of the building. The Kincheloe, 25c. Best display of pop com, Sanford following were on the program: Misses DeWeese and Hudson,' Kingswood Col- Beard, 50c. I' i Best onions, William Coomes, 50c. lege; Mrs. Russell Compton, Messrs. Second best, Frank DeHaven, 25c. McIIenry Rhodes, T. J. Coates, T. W. Largest pumpkin, Jess Kincheloe, 50c. Vinson and Rev. J. F. Norman. It was a day that will be long remem- I Largest turnip, Arthur Hooper, 25c, Largest head of cabbage, Mrs. Taylor bered in Breckenridge county. The educators from a distance were: Miss Mat-ti- e Tate, 25c. Best display of winter pears, W. H. Reid. from the Western Normal, J. T. Coates, State Supervisor of Rural LeGrand, 50c. Second best, J. L Ball, 25c. Schools, McIIenry Rhodes, State buper-visBest apples, II. L. Bruner, $1.00. of High Schools, and T. V. Vin Second best, J, L. Ball, 50c. son, President of the K. E. A. Best Irish potatoes, G. R. Pate, $l.0o. Second best, Cal Heudrick, 50c. Best display of Jennets apples, Jas. L. The exhibit given by the Bank of Ball, f 1.00 Hardinsburg & Trust Co. on October 32, Best display of Bell Flower apples, was well attended and a great success Jas. L. Ball, Jil.00. More than 6,000 people passed through Best Red Limber Twig apples, Jas. L. the lobby and viewed the great display Ball, $i.co. of Breckenridce county products. An The following displays shown by the unusual amount of interest was shown by following crented a great deal of ateveryone, aud ever assurance was given tention and interest: that thir will be one of the most The products of Hardinsburg Mill & exhibits in the future to be seen F.ievator Co.; the display of rock in the State of Kentucky. It was ad- asphalt shown by I. 11. Richardson, TO THE VOTERS OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY": ditional evidence to the people of this Garfield, Ky.; apple display of Henry In reply to a letter that is being circulated in Breckinridge councounty that this Bank & Trust Co. is the Harned, of Walters, Okla.; tallest corn, ty, and especially in tho Mooloyvillo precinct, by my political enemy of the growu by Joseph Taul aud Marvin greatest supporter and friend his followers, in regard to the Graded School Question in farmers aud business men of this and millett, grown by William and is for political purposes and to mislead voters who havo counties, and only show their Cooms and Bert Cunningham; alfalfa, adjoining by II, J, Hayes, sorghum molasses, by not had the opportunity to view tho tacts concerning this question, Jas. Mattiugly aud R. M. Rowland; red connecting Mr. Walls, our candidate for circuit court clerk, which clover, by Win. Coomes; ban grass, by statement wo, tho undersigned, deny that ho had anything to do with R. M. Rowland. tho affair whatsoever, but by porsonal observation wo can safely say The tobacco display shown by Frank DeHaven was of much interest as the that Herbert Beard, Arthur Beard, Tom Beard, Hardco Ball and You others, who aro warm supporters of Mr. Basham, did use their insame was 34 years old. The Hardinsburg Pharmacy gave out fluence also their vehicles and did overy way to bring about this over 4,ooo small American flags. Graded School. W. N. Cline had charge of the display LESTER POOL. in the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. The prices of drugs are advancing daily on account of the war. Below THOS. 0. LEWIS. while the The exhibits were arranged beautifully we list articles that are used every day. Better lay in a supply PAT DILLON. He aud showed Mr. Cliue's good taste. prices are low. He looks after is an artist in his line. THOMAS O'RAILEY. Over-payi- ng Is B. F. Beard & Co.'s display windows, which are always attractive. ....15c Snowbcrry Soap, i burs. 15c 100 Pills The Branch handled 1,000 people dur....35c . 100 Alophen Pills .20c 8etdllti I'owdors, dozen..... E ing the day. ,50c Creum Tartur, pound 15c Aiperln Tablets, dozen Thos. Dyer, Custer, had a gourd 53 .19c 15c Peroxide, pint Borax, 3 pounds. .. -- . ... ......... ...10c inches long, and Taylor Meador one 75 ......35c Peroxide Creum. Jar.. Bocbelle Baits, pound.- - .. . ...55c Wrlgley's Spearmint, 25c 10O Asafootlda fills, S gr... OF EPWORTH LEAGUES years old. Thos. Donoghue, tomatoe .550 15q Wrigley's Doublcmlnt, box. Mixed Spices, pound. vines 12 feet loug. .11.00 $5.00 Duplex lUzor 10c Soap, 3 bars Cleaneasy Master Alf Taylor got the premium for .Wo .. .25c 11.50 fountain Syrlugu (red). , Lex's Cold Tablets . - 885 the greatest number of different native 60 Water Bottle (red) .15.00 tl Tunlar, 6 bottlei , 30 An ' To be Held 10a .. S5c VVitcu ilaiel Jelly woods. He showed I36 varities. Alarm Clocks, regular ll.OO, our .850 10a 3 Boxes Searchlight Matches. . Cloverport sent a delegation of over prlco. ... 39c Wa Java Ulce Powder .420 60c Wulnutta Hair Dye ...... 200 pupils and their parents, friends and 15o .. Bar Castile Soap visitors. Irvington had the next largest delegation of over 100. TO ATTEND, MANY VISITORS Will Cure That Cold in One Night. Cold Tablets Agricultural Exhibit. inter-estin- g TO BRECKINRIDGE COUNT VOTERS: My opponent lias issued Garland Comotcn. who was sick with "CLOSELY GUARDED LAST MINUTE" letter, not oven mailed in Hardinsburg, attacking mo 111 typhoid fever only a short time, died several ways. I shall, however, only respond to a few of his sug Saturday and was buried at Gartleld cemetery Sunday. Garland was twen gestions. ty years old and will be sorely missed If there is anything that can or should ho said against my op- In tho home and bv his loved ones. ponent's character and qualilications, it is for others to communicate, This Is the fourth death In the family not me. That his ambitions are commendable, if he is worthy, I do In sixteen manths, and the stricken the not question. Hut his repeated insinuations, and statements, where family have 1... deepest sympathy of .1 mo cuuimuuiiy in .1. wieir suu uereave- ho dares make them, against mo and my family arc unauthorized, meot. Funeral services were conductuntrue and without foundation. ed by Rev. E. Meng. His late and eulogy of the men ho defeated is hardly in keeping with his "spiel" to Breckinridge count' ReDudley Haynes died Friday and wat publicans, according to reports. buried at Freedom cemetery Saturday. His tirade against "The Machine" and "Boss Rulo" will hardly He had been sick for some time ani tickle the ear drums of hundreds of Republicans who havo felt tho his death was not unexpected. weight and edge of the "axe," as administered by the handful of Republican politicians who live in Hardinsburg and Louisville who The body of Mrs. S. W. BassetL was. were responsible for his nomination, and carry Breckinridge county's Interred In the Walnut Grove cemetery last Sunday. Funeral services nominations, always, in their hand. Ho has no advantage by being rearod on a farm. So was 1. lie wcro conducted by Kev. Uutcheson. Some of those from a distance who atsays my family havo done well, hold positions of honor and trust, tended the funeral were. Mr. and etc. Tho people gave them to me, and to them, and I am gratilicd Mrs. Owen Keys, of West Point, Mrs, that they tiro ambitious, for I am but a poor farmer, who moved to Flake Ater and daughter. Miss Ida town add have tried to educate thcin and could do no more than this llelle, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater, of and to endeavor to instill hopo and energy in them. I know as much Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Gib son, of Cloverport. Mrs. Uassett, of poverty and hardships as he over has or will. leaves a husband, one son, Roy, and a If ho is a good teacher und a graduate of a college, as he says, host of friends. ho can make more money, as such, than I am receiving from the "many" ollices he says I hold. There is no ono dependent on him OFFICE BURNED and there is on me. If ho is elected, ho will ask an indorsement. If POST he would bo entitled to it then, I am now. Have you ever heard a charge against mo morally, oflicnilly or financially, as clerk f Is uny The Dwelling and Store failure of duty charged? Houseof Sidney Woosley He criticises me far continuing my daughter as deputy, when sho was such before her marriage. Her husband belongs to ono of Was Destroyed by Fire largest Republican families in our county, and it would seem if I Thursday Night. wero criticised at all it would be by some Democrat. Ho complains that a lady, 1113' daughter, Mrs. Raymond Dowel!, The store house, including the pos should not bo in tho courthouse. I respectfully submit to thoso who office and dwelling, all owned and op aro advised that hor presence and services are preferable to that of erated by Sidney Woosley, of Clifton sorao of his campaign manugers who might bo reasonably expected Mills, was burned to the ground be tween the hours to be associated with tho office, in the event of my opponent's election. Thursday night. of eleven and twelve The fire began in the I also have in my possession a letter concocted by Basham's store, but it is a mystery as to haw it friends, which is too "thin" and too silly to mention, and I only sturted. The store house and post refer any thinking and honest man to Father Norman, of Hardins-bui- office was an entire loss. Two hunalso to John O'Railcy and Lester Pool, who wero election offi- dred of the store money burned. Most cers at school election, Lewis Jarboo, Win. Jaiboo and in fact any of the household effects were saved. Record Press. man in Hatdinsburg, who is fair, and. sec if they don't tell you that the Republican bosses and politicians did tho work in tho school election to the extent of bitterness for this purpose today and no THE WEDNESDAY CLUB other. I have tried to bo honest, faithful and always at my post, and I respectfully urge that experience and efficient service of officials is Organize With Nineteen Hembers- - worthy of consideration in tho choice of your circuit clerk. Sincerely, Season For LEE WALLS. ( Advertisement ) 11 ! love-lade- n y 'J Jt, 000 g, -- Begins Pleasant 1915-191- 6. Har-dinsinir- g, Irvington Pharmacy Store That The Drug Saves Honey! Send Us Your Mail Orders The Wednesday Club was organized, home of Mrs, J. Byrne Sever, and meeting places planned for the coming season. Mrs. Harry Williams was appointed secretary. The club meets this afternoon with Miss Louise liabbage. Members enrolled are as follows: Mrs. E. C. McDonald, Mrs. Ira D. Uehen, Miss Edith Plank, Miss Irene Jnrboe, Miss Lula Severs, Miss Margaret Skillman, Mrs. Harry Williams, Mrs. J. Proctor Keith, Mrs. K. G. Mrs. Harry Newsom, Mrs. Frank English, Mrs. Ernest Wedding, Mrs. J, liyrno Severs, Miss Margaret Hum, Miss Louise Habbage, Mrs. Hugh N. Wood, Miss Pauline Moorman, Miss Edith Hum and Mrs. David Phelps. at the Mc-Co- y, Paying More Than Our Prices, -S Miss Lewis' Recitals. Miss Bcttle Lewis, impersonator of note, was greeted by an appreciative audiences at Hardinsburg and Clover port. At the latter place she was entertained by Mrs. Frank Ferry. box... 1 Closed Big Contract. The Cloverport lioat& Machine Co. closed a contract Monday with the Evansvllle Traction Co. for two boats to cost $N,000, This means a big lot of work for Cloverport. in This City October 29, EXPECTED and 31. . Interesting Program Arranged. Lex's ' brownie. You never reach- tho limit; there's always more fun in a A source of continual delight to tho children and as well. HSfWe do tho iinishing for you. the grown-ups Kd'dak Kodak Cloverport Wins Prizes. Hon. Ben Johnson. The Owensboro District Conference of Dear old Cloverport made a grand Leagues will convene here this showing with 200 pupils, all the faculty, Epwortli week. The conference will hold its several trustees and a number of the open session at the Methodist church Associ- members of the at 7:30 p. ru Friday, 20. The address of welcome will be delivered by Mr. Contlnued on page 4 Parent-Teachers The Hon. lien Johnson spent all of Andrew Ashby of tho local league. last week in this county speaking and After the evening program, an infor doing good work for the Democrats. mat reception will be tendered the vis' He spoke at Custer to a crowd of GOO and at McDaniels to a crowd of 400. itprs. At Mooleyvlllo, Monday of this week, he had a royal welcome and a large Continued on pass 4 crowd out to hear him. 4 Insure your property against loss from Fire, Lightning or Wind in a home company, with a home man, who will take care of your interest and see that you have a square deal. In all our experience we have never had a cons' surplus of any company in the world tested settlement. We represent one company with the largest "The Continental." policy-holder- SAFETY FIRST! Fire Lightning and Wind Storm, Accident, Sickness and Life Insurance In riemory of 10! W. C. MOORMAN, GI8I1 DGcM, Ky. 0 IS. CARRITHERS In loving remembrance of Mrs. John R. Critcheloe, who departed this life G. A. Payne came from Owensboro October 18, 19l5. Sunday for a short visit. us has Took Advice Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, "A precious one from stilled; gone, Glad A voice we loved is A place is vacant in our home, was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp. Which never can be filled. Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Shively and of daughter, Henrietta, were in Louis- "God in his wisdom has recalled, The boon his love had given; ville last week And though the body slumbers here, called Miss Grace T. Driskell was The soul is safe in Heaven.', Louisville, Ky., Oct. 20. Statement home from Charleston, III., where she is in school, to attend the funeral of after statement is now being made in her father. Chills, Fever and Malaria regard to the merits of Tanlac, the new Curetl by taking Mendciihall's Chill of Huntingburg, Ind., Jic Gardner, medicine that is accomplishing such as- returned Thursday from a visit to Mr. Tonic, the greatest substitute for quiMrs. and Mrs Eugene Conner, accompanied nine. T.astes good and children love to tonishing results in Louisville. take it. Sold and guaranteed by WedSallic Carrithers, residing at 3346 Grand by his brother, Harney Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haswell, of Har- ding's Drug Store. lioulevard, city, wife of a car builder at the L. & N. Shops, said dinsburg, were guests of Mrs. M. A. McCubbins Sunday. IN MEMORY. recently: 'My husband just simply forced me spent Jim Butler, of Owensboro, to take this Tanlac, but now I am glad Sunday with N. G. Harbee and family. On Monday night, October 4, death tint I took the medicine, as I am one entered the home of Roscoe Norton of the happiest womsn in Louisville. and took his beloved wife, Lizzie L. Administrator's Notice. "I had always suffered from catarrh was born June 1, 1890, my real trouble bepersons having claims against Norton. She All of the stomach, but was married to Roscoe Norton March gan when I ate something and had the cstata of Thos. 0. Ryan, deceased, 13, I9O7. A devoted christian, willing ptomaine pousining as a result of it. are notified to present them to me, sensi- duly proven as required by law, on or and ready to die. She leaves a husMy stomach was in such a bad, band, three children, an aged mother, tive condition that I could not eat any- before December 1, I9IS. FELTISCOURAGED of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith last week. Miss Georgia Mae Haswell and Ruth McCubbins, of Hardinsburg, were the week-en- d guests of Mrs. M. A. Mrs. J. R. Critcheloe. ENDORSEDJT HOME Such Proof as This Should Convince Any Clover-po- rt Citizen. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be produced. None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes forward and testifies to his fellow citizens, addresses his friends nod neighbors, ou may be sure he is thoroughly con Telling vinced or he would not do so. one's experience when.it is for the pub lie good is an act of kindness that should be appreciated. The following statement given by a resident of Cloverport adds one more to the many cases of Home Endorsement which are being published about Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it. L. V. Chapin, Cloverport, says: "J was in bad shape 'with kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills recommended, 1 went to Fisher's Drug Store and got a box. One box cured me. I have had no need of a kidney medicine I ' ' tut Tominir-iir-i;i)Mlf- f She When Husband Said, "Let's Get a Bottle Tanlac." free from care and saves your rcpatr-moneuenasco lasts Decause ine natural 0111 ui iiuuui ary oui 11 Lake Asphalt1:1,give it resisting, lasting ine. anrt aoesn 1pxnlain . .1 1 .... -Him naiit line wAu.tia. mnnGnt ,wiui,i fnmm .. 1t- lift . y. 'flnnicn nnl Jfnn'H Inun n rnrf " u""1 Mm tnnltPS Vflll ' lt9 CbUIlUI" Irvlnstnu Hardware . . ... & mi .. craeni ...11 . "iuhuu. v j. v rwwvdr ,,wsf.. . n since." James Drury and Mrs. Drury, of the bereaved. GARRANZA TROOPS Krandenburg, arrived Saturday for a week's visit to his father, C. H. Drury. Notice. Mr. aud Mrs. H. 15. Head, of Irving-an- d ON AMERICAN SOIL Advertising of every nature, such Mrs. ton, spent Sunday with Mr. g as colt show ads., ads. for George Compton. entertainments for schools and PasaHouser Stith left Tuesday fur churches, are charged for at our regu- Entraining For Agua Prieta to dena, Cal. rates. Mrs. Dick Carman visited her par- lar JOHN D. BABB'AGE. Prevent Border Fighting. ents at ElUabethtown recently, and from there went to Bowling Green to IN MEMORY. attend the annual meeting of the Eastern Star. She returned home by El Paso, Tex., Oct. 23. Telegrams way of the Mammoth Cave. William A. Barger, son of Mr. and frwra Agua Prieta, Eonora, state that All the young people of the neighbor- Mrs. F. S. Barger, died of rheumatism General Francisco Villa and his troops hood were entertained Sunday by Miss Saturday, October 16, 1915, after a have not yet appeared anywhere near Georgia Wilson. lingering illness of eight years. He that border town, where the major Ffrst quarterly meeting of the year was thirty-fou- r years of age and leaves wilt held at Bewleyville last Saturday a stepmother, four sisters and two portion of the Carranza forces in arc garrisoned. at eleven o'clock, tjuarterly confer- brothers to mourn his death. He was Telegrams from Eagle Pass, Tex., Everybody a cheerful and patient sufferer and bore ence in the afternoon. entraining of Carranza was out to hear the new presiding his suffering with christian fortitude date that the troops there and at Laredo, for shipelder. and seemed perfectly resigned to the ment through the United States to IS. S; Wilson tost nine head of cattle will of God. icine." He professed faith in reinforce the Agua Prieta garrison, Tanlac, the premie' preparation, is in the last few weeks. Disease thought Christ some eight months previous of has commenced. The troops, unarmed, sold exclusively 111 Cloverport at Wed to be black leg. his death, and before' he died he told will be escorted by United States solding's Drug Store, a id in Irvington at his friends not to weep for him that he diers through American territory and should reach Agua Prieta Tuesday. It Irvington riiarniae was only going home to rest. Chronic Constipation. is said that ammunition was shipped "Sleep on, dear William, "About two eatsago when I began from El Paso to tho Carranza garrison And take thy rett; using Chamberlain's Tablets I had at Agua Prieta. STLPHEiNSPORT. God called thee home, The movement of tho Carranza He thought It best." been suftering for some time with troops Is looked upon as a move to A FRIEND. stomach trouble antl chronic constipaprevent fighting on the international J. 15. Barlieu lelt Tuesday for tion. My condition improved rapidly lino at Agua Prieta, wlfa tho possible III., atrl St. Louis, Mo. thiough the use of these tablets. Chicken Livers. Injury to Americans In Arizona. Dr. O. H. Ferguson wa-- in Louis- Since taking four or five bottles of them Villa Is reported as having much An old hen has a much larger liver ville l'rida. my health has been fine," writes Mrs. ttouhle getting his cannon over the than you in proportion to weight or mountains from Casas G ramies to Mr. am Mr... Welch (nee Nannie John Newton, Irving, N. Y. Obtainfood eaten. Then it follows that they and is said to have lost some Hall "i L ig.itisport. Intl.. were guests able everywhere. get bilious just like you do. They are of his guns In the mountain passes grouchy, cross, unhappy. Start her before deciding to dismantle them and liver and make her happy. Then she carry them through on mules. With will lay eggs all winter. Come and get t General Angeles in the United States, a package of B. A. Thomas Poultry Villa is without a competent artilleryowing to to man tho Powder. "See man rough country guns and, to carry Feed it occasionally. was able tho your hens perk up hear them sing but little ammunition with him and look for eggs. Your money back if it could not have secured any more if sale at Wedding's Drug be could have taken It. tails. For Sjore, Cloverport, Ky. money-makinSo-no. Don-goi- thing. "My husband said to me one day, 'Why don't you try this Tanlac? I had tried so many things that I felt discouraged and told him that I believed nothing would help me. "He took me for a walk one evtning recently, and when passing the Taylor-Isaac- s Drug Store, he said, 'Let's go in and get a bottle of Tanlac He had my arm and we went into the store together and bought a bottle of- Tanlac. "I waited until morning before I began taking the medicine. I took a dose before breakfast, one at noon, and a third at supper. That night I slept more soundly than I had in months. I now have taken two bottles of Tanlac I am here and I feel like I am cured. to get another bottle, though, as my husband insists that I should do so. "I simply cannot get enough to eat now. 1 never had such an appetite in my life. I enjoy everything properly. My stomach is in excellent condition and the catarrhal trouble has disappeared. M hearing has even improved. Tanlac is really a very wonderful med- Frank Ruppert, Administrator. BEWLEYVILLE. Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get sisters and three brothers. three Kidney Pills the same that Mr. The funeral services were conducted Doan's n Co., Chapin had. by the Rev. Blackburn, and the body Buffalo, N. Y. Raymond ceme- Props., was laid to rest in the tery. Much sympathy is extended to Foster-Milbur- i Mules, i 20 Weanling Mare iin. rnes ana m M i i Wanted! 52 I in- - m v. BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. Farmers ; Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable. Louisville House where every hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly made GLOVER L. T. & DURRETT, Managers L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. A Good Flour For The Jobbers PROFITABLEGets Repeat Orders A Good Flour For The Bakers PROFITABLE Makes More and Better Loaves IS LEWISP0RT BEST PATENT FLOUR If not represented by your grocer, write us LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. i lQdff51( IOI Woman's Home Companion For November Contains the Following Articles "The Peaceful Day" "Chloe Malone" "The Different Worlds" A New you ptan a nunung or a sailintr trip you will find it will prove much more of a success if you visit ui beforehand than it otherwise would. We carry a carefully selected stock of all the essentials, and our prices are open to comparison with those of any others. w Subscriber. Medicine or Food. You have bought the bulky stock food and given to your stock as a medicine. Why not buy only the medicine and furnish your own food? The medicine will be much more certain, in fact, B. A. Thomas Stock Remedy is so certain to give the right results that we sell it on the money back plan. If it doesn't straighten up your horse or cow or sheep, we give your money back. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Of Good Repute. El W rinr. I Hunting knives, shot, tools for anchor chain, rope, pulleys, cleats, turn buckles, etc., of the best makes. If the artiole you desire belongs in a hardware store we have it. Join our amy of satisfied customers. jrun repairing, I am sending Dear Mr. Babbage: one dollar to pay for The Breckenridge News as long as It will. I have always intended to subscribe, but neglected to do so. Through the kindness of a neighbor I found out how much like a letter from home The Breckenridge News really is. We have been away from Kentucky twelve years, but are still Kentucklans at heart, and love to hear from old friends there. The cot n crop is not very good this year, having been greatly damaged by so much rain and wind, and mostol the oats rotted in the shocks, but thechlnch bugs are all gone, so we hope to have better crops next year. Wishing you and the paper continued o Christmas Suggestions Useful Embroidery Gifts The Newest Filet Crochet The Welcome Gift, and Stories for Children "Hut what Is his reputation? That is the principal thing." "Well, papn, ho la reputed to spend fifty thousand a year. That's good enough for me." Judge. Sometime!. "My faco is my fortune." "Yes, but an Investment of that kind sometimes has very bad features about It" Baltimore American. Price, per copy, 15c AT This Is the "Square Peal" Store. Ask Your Neighbor About It. success, I am, MRS. ASA KROUSH, s Jacksonville, 111. McGLOTHLAN & SON, Irvington, Ky. For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, Never cducato a child to be a gentleapply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil the household remedy. Two sizes 25c and man or a lady nlouo, but to be a man, 1 woman. Herbert Spencer. 50c at all drug stores, Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Kentucky no i fi ioi u loc Sample Ballot For Election, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1915 (?) t DEMOCRATIC PARTY For Governor A. O. STANLEY O REPUBLICAN V PARTY PROGRESSIVE 6 For Governor I. GROVES PARTY SOCIALIST O For Governor DOIIHS.... PARTY PROHIBITION o For Governor PARTY For Governor KDWIN T. MORROW Q PRED J. DREXLER. CHARLES ' L L. PICKETT For Lieutenant Governor JAMES D. BLACK.... For Lieutenant Governor LEWIS L. WALKER For Lieutenant Governor JESSE R. ESKRIDGE For Lieutenant Governor JOHN GAMBLE For Lieutenant Governor Constitutional Amendment No. 1. Aro you in fuvor of the proposed ConstituA m ondment tion which will allow thu use For Secretary of State and employment of con- - .. For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For Secretary of State vii't labor outside of TBS Q the walls of the penitenCHARLES REYNOLDS FRANCIS E. BEAUCHAMP A. O. GRIGSBY JAMES P. LEWIS BARKSDALE HAM LETT tiary for the purpose of : constructing or recon , structing and maintainFor Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public Accounts ing public roads and For Auditor of Public Accounts For Auditor of Public Accounts bridges and preparing J. P. HOLTZCLAW EDWARD A. WEBER M. L. MOORE J. R. BOSWELL material for public roads ROBT. L. GREENE and bridges, and worlc : on the State farm or farms? For Treasurer For Treasurer For Treasurer For Treasurer For Treasurer T. B. DEMAREE Q d 11 1 . , J Q ft i SHERMAN GOODPASTER-- . WILLIAM A. HUNTER CHARLES J. S. CULLIN ADAM CARPENTER Constitutional Amendment No. 2 For Attorney General For Attorney General ALLAN D. COLE For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN For Attorney General MILTON CLARK : For Attorney General thomas b. McGregor : For Clerk of the Court of Appeals For Clerk of the Court of Appeals For Clerk of the Court of Appeals For Clerk of EARL C. HUNTSMAN .- RODMAN V. KHENON d I 1 -- For Superintendent of Public Instruction 7 . For Superintendent of Public Instruction R. P. GREEN For Superintendent of Public Instruction V.O.GILBERT : , For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics WILLIAM C. HANNA For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics MAT S. COHEN For Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics Q : l'INN... For Railroad Commissioner LAURENCE B. For Railroad Commissioner C. M. HARNETT For Railroad Commissioner jj For Circuit Judge Court of Appeals For Clerk of the Court of Appeals which proposed amendment will extend the power to the General VICTOR D. HARDY Assembly to enact laws v to divide- property into TBS classes for tho purpose For Superintendent of Public of taxation and to deFor Superintendent of Public termine what class or Instruction Instruction classes of property shall bo suhjoct to local taxW. B. GRAGG E. L. NANCE, Jr ation, and to exempt from taxation bonds of the State and Counties, For Commissioner of AgriculFor Commissioner of Agriculmunicipalities, and taxture, Labor and Statistics ing and school districts, ture, Labor and Statistics and which amendment provides that laws pasJ. O. SHEPPARl). sed pursuant to said -- . amendmont shall be subject to the referendum For Railroad Commissioner For Railroad Commissioner power of the people? the- .:... ..... Arc you in favor of the proposed Constituti mil Amendment to Section 171 of the Consti- tution of Kentucky, - - :. uircuu juuge J. R. LAYMAN r !a I I For Circuit Judge For Circuit Judge For Circuit Judge -. . For Commonwealth's Attorney HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN For Commonwealth's Attorney For Commonwealth's Attorney For Commonwealth's Attorney For Commonwealth's Attorney .: : - For Representative J. o. HOOK .- For Representative HENRY A. CANNON For Representative For Representative For Representative - - : For Circuit Clerk , , For Circuit Clerk fr . For Circuit Clerk For Circuit Clerk For Circuit Clerk LEE WALTS nJ L PAUL M. BASHAM : Stamp Under The "Rooster" Vote "Yes" For Both Constitutional Amendments THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, JNO. EXECUTION HELD i. BAUUAGb, Editor ami Publisher iHUod Every Wednesday. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER JUSTJWBERLIN 27, 1915 Miss Gcveli's Deeds Warranted Death Penalty It Is Said. Extracts from Senator Beckham's ill L WFji?2iC, I mux AWiirvrifmi EIGHT PAGES. HUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additiona insertion. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. EPWORTII WARNINGS REPEATEDLY ISSUED Speech Falmouth, Oct. 18. English Woman Principal Agent Belgian Executed In France' For Similar Offenses Statement of the German Foreign Undersecretary. Amsterdam, Oct. 2D. Said to Have Been In a Plot to Enlist Soldier German Women LEAGUERS WELCOME! ing Berlin dispatch was received and keep Clovorport shall jladly welcome the Epworth Leaguers, who aro here: "As the foreign press Is discussing coming Friday evening to have then conference, iionor, neip am trol of happiness wo shall have in entertaining such splendid young peopl In un Incorrect and exaggerated man Jnd going with them to tho services they will, themselves, conduct. ner the execution of Edith Cavell for party." war treason the facts may again be eta'.rd. Mrs. Carrie Dowcll, deputy circuit court clerk, by her presence It was proved after a long trial that and her work ctves tone and a moral uplift to the whole courthouse. the sentenced persons had for some Quiet, peace and soberness reigns in her presence and that is what months been engaged In assisting Belgians of military age to enlist in tho pcoplo want in their public ofhees. hostile armies and French and Eng Judge Layman says Leo Walls is one on tho best circuit clerks lish deserters to escape the country. in his district. Why turn a good clerk and a good man down tor They had many helpers and organized branches. The governor general ono you have never tried? repeatedly Issued warnings that severe punishment of such action was unavoidable. The guilty persons Aren't you glud you live in Breckcnridge county? were sentenced In public sittings, according to the law based on the W. C. Moorman, Shelby Conrad, F penal code and the military Nicholas, F. M. Smith, A. B. Sklllman, penal code for war treason and LEAGUE CONFERENCE II. A. Oelze and Mrs. Sifford, Miss Lula M. Severs and Miss Pauline 'No special law exists for Belgium. continued from page usage of war Influenced Moorman; Messrs. M, M. Denton, No Services to be Held. Vivian Pierce, Andrew Ashby, June the verdict. The accused for the mo-i- t part and acknowlThere will be sunrise prayer services Lawson, Chas. Fallon and Rev. Paul S. edged thatadmitted guilt aware of they were the both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Powell. severe penalties they were risking. The Saturday morning and afternoon With Cars. Meet. Edith Cavell was the principal agent sessions and the Sunday afternoon sesIn re Most of the delegates will arrive on In a plot to enlist Belgians. sion will be devoted to the practical asthe Friday afternoon train, due at 4:S'i. gard to the assertion that she, in the pects of league work, and to the busicourse of her profession, unselfishly They will be met at the train in the tended other persons, it may be pointness side of the district organization. cars of Mr. Frank Mattingly, Mr. H. There will be an address on Saturday L. Stader, Mr. M. Weatherholt, ed out that she earned her living by nursing, charging fees which were conference sermon will evening. The H. Hardin and Dr. Forrest Lightfoit. within the means of the rich people be delivered at 11 o'clock on Sunday Miss Elizabeth Skillman, Pierce Bros., only. Women also have been exemorning and the closing service will bs English, Miss Louise Nich- cuted In France. For Instance, last be Mrs. Frank one of testimony and consecration, olas, C G. Brabandt, C. E. Lightfoot March, when the German Margaret ginning at 7:30 Sunaay evening. at Nancy, and Mrs. Chas. May will supply car- Schmidt was executed e and In May. when the German, riages. Presiding Officers. Moss, was put to death at Bourges." The presiding officers are as follows: Killed In Oklahoma. Dr. Alfred F. M. Zlmmermann, Ger Rev. It. C. McDowell, of Owensboro, Lancaster. Ky. (Special): llruce man under secretary for foreign af district secretary. E. M. Keelor, Owensboro, president. Arnold, thirty years old, who was em- fairs, also issued an explanation of in Belgium of Kev. Paul S. Powell, Cloverport, vice ployed as a locomotive engineer in the recent execution Oklahoma, was killed near Chlckaslia, Miss Edith Cavell, the British nurse. president. He prefaced his remarks by the dec Miss Lillian Marshall, Central City, and the body will be hrought to his laration that he had examined every old home here, for burial. He leaves recording secretary. jet and tittle of the evidence with the one brother and three sisters. Andrew Ashby, Cloverport, treasurer. greatest care and found the verdict, thoMgh regrettable, to be, just. Dr. VY. J. Stone Choien. Delegates Expected. Dr. Zlmmermann says: "The result Lexington. Ky. (Special) : Dr. lj no convicting and all the circumThe list of delegates and visitors is as .1. Stone of Toledo, O., was stances are so clear and convincing yet incomplete, due to the delay on the chosen president of the Mississippi part of several chapters to send in the Valley Medical association and Indi- that no courtmartial in the world About thirty five anapolis (Ind.) was selected for the would have reached any other deciDame of delegates. For delegates ami visitors have been heard 1916 convention city at the associa- sion. single it concerns not the act of person, rather it concerns one from as being present. The towns of tion's closing session here. world-wida con Owensboro, Drakesboro, South spiracy which succeeded for nine Boy Disappears. Hevier, Cleaton Hawesville, morths to render the most valuable Carlise, Ky.. (Special): Frank services to the enemy to the disadBeaver Dam, Central City, Calhoun and Lewisburg will send delegates. Quite Laughlln, adopted Ron of Mrs. Thomas vantage of our arm. Countless Brita uumber are expected to spend Sunday Alexander, of near this city, has dis- ish, Belgian and French soldiers now in attendance upon the conference, one appeared mysteriously and nothing as again are fighting In the allied ranks league having written that eight ad- to his whereabouts has been learned. who owe their escape from Belgium Ho is about fourteen years of age. to r.iie activity of tho band now senditional representatives would be prestenced, at the the head of which stood ent on that daj . Mayor Resigns. Miss Cavell." Lagrange, Ky.. (Special): At a meetTo Entertain Delegates. ing of the town council Henry SnyThose who will entertain the visitors der resigned the ofneo of mayor and SCHOOL FAIR while here are: Mesdames Jas. H. D. H. French was elected to serve out V. Randall, Frank P. Payne, II. tho unexpired term. liowmer, A. R. Fisher, Leon McGav-ocContinued from page 1 Forest L. Lightfoot, John D. Drowned Girl Identified. atiou, representing the grades and High Loulsvt.le, Ky. (Special) The body School of Cloverport. John A. Ros, John A. Harry, J C. Nolte, Joe Sawyer, T. F. Sawyer, of a girl, who was drowned In the Ohio They had the largest representation in John Cooper, V. (J, Babbage, Conrad river here, was identified as that of the parade, also won the prize for the hippel, W V Farnsworth, John Burn, Laura Lang of St. Henry, Ind. 1 d Wil-Hae Car-rolto- n, k, Hab-b.'i: The follow "Let's elect the Democra tic ticket that was nominated Kentucky in con the Democratic I mux WHEN THE SLICK STRANfiFR C.OMFft TO MAKE YOU RICH "QUICK" WITH SOME FAR AWAY FINANCIAL SCHEME, TURN HIM DOWN. AT LEAST "LOOK INTO," BEFORE YOU "JUMP INTO," SOME UNWISE DEAL WHICH MAY CRIPPLE YOUR CHANCES FOR SUCCESS FOR THE REST OF YOUR DAYS. WE SHALL GLADLY GIVE YOU OUR OPINION ON ANY INVESTMENT OFFERED TO YOU AND SHALL CHARGE YOU NOTHING. BANK 0 nrt-- j ni aur. awn ncccat "Will the Republicans fool the people again? Why try the same doctor when he has killed three patients?" WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 "I am a Democrat and in Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. the Democratic party the I majority rules, therefore am for the whole ticket." THE BANK OF HARDINSBUR6 8 KY. TRUST GO. HARD1NSBURG, "It is our duty to send to Woodrow Wilson a message of encouragement. Let a us I 1 encourage him by big Marion Weatherholt, General Contractor, Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. THE PLACE OF Democratic majority in Ken tucky on November 2nd." I Extracts from Mr. Quality, Quantity and Satisfaction Building Material, Building Hardware, I Roofing, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Paints Varnishes, Finishes, Brushes.' 1 McChesney's Speech a Lubricating Oils, Greases and Gasoline Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pumps, Pipe I and Fittings. Estimates on Application. Correspondence Solicited Lawrenceburg, Oct. 18. "1 have come to Lawrence ! burg today to urge all Democrats of this county to follow their usual custom and vote the straight Democratic S Save $20 Now keeoW or Shorthand $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75.00 Book- Cmirse. TTMF. TTNTTIUT. cata-- H ticket at the coming election. I entered the primary in Ready Made Suits for Women and Misses B -- Miss Tula llab- best general display. bage won the prize for the best map on the European war and Miss Charlotte Allen got the prize for the best drawing. Prof. McCoy, principal of the school, was proud of the interest and co operation shown by the school patrons of Cloverjmrt. l'rie awards in full will be given next week for the 1 15 schools in the county. WOMAN good faith and I accept the result as a good Democrat ought, and shall give the whole ticket my loyal sup if you enroll at once. Write today for log and $20.00 discount coupon No. 58. HI Address H. O. KEESLING, jrs jM . Incorporated H TED, 1 BRYANT & STRATT0N BUSINESS Louisville, Kentucky President COLLEGE port." "Majority rule is the cardi nal principle of Democracy BEHEADED WITH AX llandfome Broadcloths, Serges, Poplins and Gabardines. Fur trimmed, in all tho Styles that aiu so beautiful this season. If we havn't what you want we can order it. Huaband Returns Home to Find Fam ily Had Been Murdered. Dyersburg, Tenn. (Special): Return ing home from work Peter Feather- stone found his wife's body with the head severed by a blow from an ax, and their two children lying besMe md for this campaign the majority has spoken and On account of small oven and in crease in business, I am forced to quit bread baking. Special attention i I given to our Restaurant Trade. PIES, CAKES AND CANDIES Very respectfully, Notice S. f.M, s oman n , -- I J II ll.l.l hiu unusual nais: fVuwm OKI A their mother, their clothing spattered with blood. A posso arrested Robert Davis, colored. Tho prisoner was brought here to tho Jail. A strong guard was established to prevent a lynching. every Democrat should vote the straight ticket." Villa Officer to Surrender'. Mexico City, Sept. 25. A delegate sent by General Carlos de la Pena, commander of the Villlsta state of offer from his chief to surrender. General De la Pena believes that, In Tlew of the recognition of Carranza by the United States government, for blm to continue his struggle against the CarranzUtas would be unpatriotic Trimmed in tho now (Istrii'li Pliimrw in Uo.se, Knienilil, Black and White. Where the woniun lay the police found signs of a terrific struggle. Takes His Own Life. Paducah. Ky.. (Special): Fenner Stout, nineteen, car repalror at the Illinois Central railroad ships, was found dead In the backyard at bis boarding house here with a tlobest rifle ball through bis head. Stout left a note written with a match In iodine, stating, "I will not trouM you aur more." Querelaro. has arrived here with an Ed Alexander, a&NILVllB!MLtLflBliflfe()C9C2MaVlaVhatt 3 J. BROWN Frugality Is founded on the princi ple that all tlclww have limits. Burka. Try A "News" Want Ad. tE6 Breckenridge News 27, 1915 WEDNESDAY, OCT. Catered At ...New... the I'oit Umice nt Olorcrport, Kj as second clasi matter. For Sale! Brown Leghorn I! a. Mode! Hats nts. i I NoTr Adversers plenc nutlfv the editor wlicn you want advertisement discontinued. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Hallowe'en Saturday, Oct. 3Qtlr The Night the "Spooks" go Forth And "Witches" Ride the Air. Just Received -- ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Salt 0001) Ideal Country Home house, barn and all neces- mile trom Addison. C. It. Illack, Ad. "ynew york and chicago Branches in GENERAL OFFICES all the principal cities Wonderfully attractive slinpes in small, close-fittinp, RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices I 2.60 5.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices f 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per Hue For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line shirred velvet hats to the largo pic-tic hats. Silver, Gold and Fur n Cockerels PURE STOCK WRITE OR CALL AT iurterKy. itlsoti, Trim- Potato Onions For Sale TWKNTY bushels Potato Onl'ins and Sets Middle of Xoremberlsthutlme toulapt. Order now what you want Chun. II.Drury, Irvlnjjton. Ky. For Sal- e- Horses horse colt HVJ years old: COIl HAt.R-O- tui one inarr mule HS years old: one mare 12 yenr.s old 1. K. Clmplii, It. K, 1). No. 2, lUrdlnsburn. Ky. Man Wanted VlAN'THO Man to Ml sewlne machines and collect In llrecklnrldgo county. Snleiuild imposition. Must furnish horse. Write Singer riewlnic Machine Company, Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky, mings appreciate the splendid patronage given mo this season. I certainly Masks, Pumpkin Lanterns and Other Novelties Paper Napkins, Etc. Change of Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L Ry. McQuady Milling ' Effective September 19, No. 142 1915. .10:1(1 ArrMntf Irvlnitton Arriving Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving IrlnRton... Arriving Louisville No. 14 will leave Clovcroort. Arriving trvlngton EAST HOUND will Wnrn Clovrrport-.- .. Miss Evelyn Hicks M M M M M M 51. Company HcQuady, Kentucky Mission Closes. For Sale at Once 9:15 A. Mi .. ... 12:10 4:52 5:4 7:40 5:07 5:51 I. A. Cloverport, Ky. Kansas City, Mo., are visiting Mrs, Osborne's parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Tinius, Holt. They attended the school fair. WANTED A girl of quietdisposition, who lives in Cloverport to learn to set type. Apply to John D. Babbage. W. R. Moorman & Son purchased the entire herd of Polled Durham cattle belonging to A. K Skillman & Son, of Hardinsburg, this week and will move them to their farm nt once. Order engraved cards for your autumn calls and Christmas gifts. John D. Babbage. A splendid good quality Black Roof Paint at exceptionally low prices, furnished by Fordsville Planing Mill Co., Fordsville, Ky. Freight paid by them to j our nearest railroad station. Write for prices today. For Sale Nice coal heater for hall or living room. Used very little. Mrs. J. D. Babbage. nt POTATO ONION r Reduction on lurce lots Irvington, Ky. SKTS Potato Onion Sets Sc per pound. II. W. Carter, T. P. A. A. I. A. M, 12 04 P. M . .lz AS P.M. 123 P.M. Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis. .. ... .. 7.40 P.M. 7:09 P. M No. 143 will leave Cloverport . .. 7:30 P. M Arriving Hawcsvllle . ... 8:18 P.M Arriving Owtnsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport ...... .ll!51 P.M . .12 AS A. M. ArrlvlngOwensboro . 1:4SA.M. Arriving Henderson .. 2:15 A. M Arriving Kvansvllle. . 7:40 A. M Arriving St. Louis .... ... 6:30 A. M No. 147 will leave Cloverport .... ,.7:4A ArrlvlngOwensboro..... . 9:00 A. M Arriving Henderson WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport- Arriving Hwensboro. Arriving Henderson. .. The Hev. J C. Allard was the guest For Sale Shot Gun of the Rev. J. S. Henry during the double-birreCOIt SALK CIIKAP-O- nn Mission at the St. Ko$e church In this 1 lmiuuierless. L.C Smith shot gun. city. Larue congregations were pres- Alexander, Irvington, Ky. ent every evening. For Sale Orchard Grass Seed l. While Wyandotte Cockerels. COlt SAl.K White. Wyandotte Cockerels high grade utility Uiillty. lieiisoimble nrlces. Address llcrlierl llnll. Iliirdlnsburg, Ky. 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Kd. POK SAt.K OJchard grass seed and I!ye for seed Julius Dutuchke. Holt. Ky. THE MARKETS EAST BUFFALO, Oct. 25. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent 56-- J I To Home, Factory and Store Builders SOCIAL AND BUSINESS NOTES Club and Church Announcements l'rtmc steers. $909 25, shipping, 18 25J?8 85; butchers. JO "50S 50; heifers, 5 COS'S; cows, i3 2507: bulls, (4 5007 25; cows and sf.rlnqcnv $509100; calves, Hf Telephone Cattle 12 00. Dentist Cloverport. Ky. Speclaliilon Artistic Homes and Industrial Buildings a Specialty Estimates Cheerfully Giien Your Patronage Solicited (it; Hogs Heavy. $7 908 90; mixed, j7 90; Yorkers, $7 257 80; plfrs, roughs. JC 00 C 75; stags. J506. Shoep nncl 7 6 80 71 Dinners, Suppers and Parties Autumn Engagements ijimbi 16 Vl 7 50; lanibs. t30 wethers. 10. 5006 76; ewes, CHICAGO, ' DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Write Your Requirements, Satisfaction Guaranteed. No Dr. O. K. Ferguson, of Stephensport spent Saturday in Cloverport. The School Hoard had electric lights Installed at C. H. S. this week. The Ladies' Reading Club meets this week with Mrs. Frank Matttugly. Misses Kate and Ola Iiasham, of Mys tic, were in Irvington Monday shopping. V. 11 Phelps left Monday for Louis yille for treatment at the Jewish Hospital Mrs. .A. II. Skiliniau is visiting her niece, Mis. Ciias. Moorman, in Ver sailles. The latest hats, sparkling with count less and delighttul touches. Mrs. Jas, Cordrey. Miss Margaret Skillman is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. n. Skillman in Louisville. Ben Clarkson and sister, Mrs. H. H. Kemper, of Ilig Spring, spent last week in Louisville. Miss Nellie Gregory, of Louisville, spent Sunday tht guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gregory. Mt and Mrs. Goranflo, of Elizabeth town spent last week with her sister, Mrs. J Proctor Keith. Those in Louisville recently were: Mrs. Hoffius Hehen, Mrs. L. H. Perkins, Mrs S. II. McCracken. Clever millinery in all its alluring and attractively moderate newness prices. Mrs. Jas. Cordrey. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shellman and children, of Sample, were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Zenia Shellman. Chas. Jackson and Allen Black have gone to Lexington to attend the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias. Mrs. Frank Burden, of Cannelton, and Mrs. Zen Limer, of Tell City, were recent guests of Mrs. Garfield Burden. The Mothers' Club met with Mrs. Fred Furrow Friday. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Chas. Hamman. Visitors are invited. Write Fordsville Planing Mill Co., Fordsville, Ky., for prices on SILOS, cither wood, concrete or tile blocks. Full information furnished promptly. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Osborne, of Cattle Native beef steers. western steers. $C 70S! 8 80; heifers (2 C5j8 35: calves. 87 Hobs l.lylit, Jfl 8557 80; mixed. J6 85 7 95; heay, 87 007 85; roiiehs, J6 60 6 85; piss. Hm 25. , Mr. L. W. Boykin, of Boykin, S. C , Sheep mill I.ambs Wethers. $6r6 60; visited W. R. Moorman & Son, of Glen lambs, 86 60 S 75. CLEVELAND, Oct. 25. Dean, Ky., this week and purchased a Cattle Choice fnt steers. 1SJ8 05: Polled Durham bull, 16 heifers and lo butcher steers. $7 1 7 75; heifers, 85 755? 6 E 75; cows, ?(ff 5 75; calves, d Mr. Boykin is 86311.bulls, lOdi 76: mules. one of the largest planters in the South Hen; anil llt'htM. $7417 50; and will grow beef cattle on a part of mixed, $7 CO; plus ?6 50; rouslis. JC 50; FIU7S, JG. his two thousand acre farm. Bhecp and Ewes and wethers, SEtfS 75; lambs, $7TS CO. PITTSBURGH, Oct. 25. Can't look well, eat well, or feel well Cattle Prime fed steers. S99 10; Keep the blood choice fnt steers. J8 GOfrS ST.: butcher with impure blood. cows, 87 ?58 10; pure with Burdock Blood Bitters. Eat steers, G 54; bulls, heifers, JOB"; calves, 5 7507 25; 15 235 simply, take exercise, keep clean, and 811 00. Hogs Heavies, $7 85G7 93; heavy good health is pretty sure to follow. Yorkers, $7 E0&7 60: light Yorkers. 86 50 91.00 a bottle. 07; plKS. IS 50ftC 25. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $6 40; lambs, three-year-olYo.-ker-s RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION By Mall Also Treats Chronic Diseases. Oct. 2J. J601O i0; Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. cows and Office Hours: 6 to 9 m. 12 to 2 and 6 to 9 p. m a. 25011. ?36; "n" Fee Charged for Information V. H. FONTAINE Architect and Engineer 2928 Dumesnll Street Phone, Cumberland South 2975-- YOU WILL LIVE LONGER AND BE HAPPIER LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ?- If You'll BLUE Use Only RIBBON - -- s " ?--j ?c. 2- - I ?ss ?2 FLOUR For Baking Fine Biscuits, Pies, Cakes and Delicate Pastries Manufactured by WANTED TO SELL! 50 head light stock steers. Prices right. CINCINNATI, Oct. 25. Cattle Steers, 84 600 7 75; heifers. $4 25 cows, $306; calves, 81 2510. 7; Hoirs Packers and butchers, $7 45f 7 80; common to choice. iC&'f. pig ;uid By virtue of taxes due the City of lights, 14Jt); Ht.iK. JiiiO 76. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, 8305 75; Cloverport, Cloverport, Ky , for the lambs, J? 25 08 25. BOSTON, Oct 2.1. year 1012, i913 and 1914, amounting to Pennsylvania Wool the siim set opposite the name of each Delaine Ohio and 3!034ic; half Heroes: blood washed. person named below, I will on Wed combing, 38c; blood comb-Ut- s. nesday. the I7II1 day of November, fj29-- 3637c; delaine unwashed, 1S I9I0, between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock p. m., at the City Hall door in ANGRY BULL GORES FARMER Cloverport, Breckenridge county, Kentucky, expose to public sale, to the Injuries Inflicted On Victim Will Probhighest bidder, for cash in hand, the ably Prove Fatal. property described and set opposite Ky. (Special): Joseph Maysvllle, each person named in the appended sixty-eighliving In the list (or so much of said property as Richardson, country near here, was gored by a may be necessary to satisfy the amount bull on his farm and probably fatally of the taxes due aforesaid and costs) to Injured. wit: He went Into a lot where the aniJesse W. Weatherholt, for the years mal was tied to drive it Into another 191", I9I3 and 191 1, one bouse and lot place. The bull became Infuriated in the City of Cloverport, Ky. Tax and, starting at Richardson, knocked and cost $19.44. him down and stepped on his body. A. C. McKaugahan, for the year Farmhandb nearby saw the trouble 1914, one house aud lot in the City of and ran to Richardson's rescuo when the beast t irned upon the farmhands Cloverport, Ky. Tax and cost $9.95 and chased them out of the lot. RichL. V. CHAPIN, Ky. ardson was rescued with difficulty. Collector, Cloverport, City three-eightt, City Tax Collector's Sale For Taxes. 89 00. Good quality. S3 Cannelton Flour Mills Cannelton, Ind. (29 VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. FOR SALE! At a Bargain if Taken at Once 1 What I Cent Will net-- Do Let us quote you our price on International Eight cooled, and 1 A Postal costing one cent miht save you .some km'1 money on IluihliiiK Material this ye.ii, ly briiiKiiiK to you our prices on any- thing you may Lumber, Builders H. P. Gasoline Engine, in this line water 20 inch French Buhr, with Bolter and Cleaner. For further application apply to Hardware, Roofing either Metal, Felt or Shingles, Paints, or Wire Fence We will (juote you price, Freight Paid to your Kailroad Station Special price on illack Uoot Paint the kind that lasts. We will ship this paint cans. This is a good Kaiut at a surin barrels, station Kits or prisingly low price. Write for prices. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Incorporated JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Tax E.E. OPERA HOUSE 1 Should LOCUST HILL, KY. DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... W, A. WALKER, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Dentist, The Cowboy Not a Melo-Dra- ma S Thief 1 LEVEE WORK .IS COMPLETED but a Western Classic Prevent Floods In That Section In Future. Hickman, Ky., (Special) : The Tork tlio Reel-foo- t of raising and leveo from Hlckmuti to Tenn , to comply with the 1914 grade, hm betm vomploted. The completion or this work puts that leveo In splendid shapo mid It should withstand high waters llko those of 1912 and 1913, the highest floods ever known hero. The lund owners of the bottoms mado possllilo this enlargement hy guaranteeing tho contract price on the acreage assessment basis. Tipton-vllle- DENTIST "rrr rTfTrmwurn Office Hours: ?P:;;;:1SUM;U. i , Always In olllcu Uurlnx i lllcu hours Irvington, Ky. ...In 4 Acts... use the best material Public Speaking. I Halloween Dance. The Youni: society men have issued Invitations for a Halloween dance to be given at Oelzu's Hall Thursday nlslil, Octobers. The music will bo rendered by Mr. and Mrs. Dwlyht Kamlnll Mrs. J. 11. Randall, Mrs. I'Jmma Skillman, Miss Kll.abuih Skill-ma- n and Miss Irene Jarboa arc the chape rones. Hives, eczema, Itch or suit rheum sets you crazy. Can't ber- - the touch o Is Loan's your cloihluR. fine for skin itching. All druggists sell It. 50c a box. O'-tm- guarantee my work do my work in the most artistic way ftkl our Rank This is not moving pictures ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27th it Admission 10c and 20c Hirdlnrturg k Trull Co. Senator Carroll and Churchill Hun:- phrey at Hardinsburt; Wednesday, at i:U p. in. Oct. Senator Carroll and Jude Henry Dell. Moonnati nt Cloverport Wednesday, Oct. 2?, at 7:50 p. 111, Churchill Humphrey at Stephens-por- t Wednesday, Oi:t. 27, at 7:.')0 p. m. Half of success H In seeing the sigQen. 1). K. Murray and J. 13. MonHenry V. arch at McQuady Friday, Oct. 211, at nificance of little thlmr Cope. 7ul0 p. tu Also at Kockvale Saturday, Oct 30, at 1 p. in. I count Hfo Just the stuff to try tho Moorman Ditto at Ulg Sprlug Satur-dy,Ooul's strenpth on. prawning. 80,'.tf70p. i, ct. f ni. "KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY" All Delegates to Lexington Covcntion Will Be Entertained by Local Suffragists. The suffragists of the Fayette Equal Rights Association desire to entertain 11 delegates to the annual convention 1 f the Kentucky Kqual Rights Association In Lexington Nor. Mrs. F. W. Clare, 365 S. Ashland avenue, fcexlngton, Ky., Is Chairman of the Hospitality Committee, and It Is requested that all persons who expect to attend the Lexington convention as delegates send their names and ad: A . dresses at once to Mrs. Clare, that she may arrange for their entertainment. Headquarters of the convention will be t the Phoenix Hotel and all business) MRS. DESHA BRECKINRIDGE, ad night sessions of the convention Of Lexington, President of the K. K. will be held there, except that of the It. A., ends her three-yea- r term of pcnlng night, when Mrs. Snowden office as President at the annual meetpeaks at the Islington Opera House. ing to be held In Lexington, Nov. A banquet will be given In the and her successor will be chosen. The of the Phoenix Tuesday even- - membership of the K. E. II. A. has lag, for which tickets may be secured ' gone up since November, 1912, when la advance, price $1.00, from Mrs. J Mrs. Hreckenrldge came Into office, B. Judab, 2115 Murray avenue, Louis- from 1,779 members to over 15,000, an ville, Ky. Mrs. Clarence I.ebus, of Increase typical of the rapid advance Lexington, Is the local Chairman inj of suffrage sentiment everywhere in charge of banquet arrangements. the last few years. i-- J ball-foo- biggest fool In Lnhomn nnd Wilfred Instantly dropped ns If shot, at tho snmo tlmo breaking Into laughter Hint caused Willock's beard to quiver sympathetically. Bill All; I in. sour nnd unresponsive, stood ns sillily erect as possible, nldcd no lit-- I tie In this obstinate attitude by tho natural imelitstlelty of ago. The young man exclaimed boyishly, still smiling nt the girl, "We're friends already because we'vo langheil to Texns." Democratic Ticket BflillilDGE EHIS Copyright, CHAPTER VII. The Flag of Truce. dawn found the seated composedly of the flattened of the hill of stono that Iny like an Hand between the outer plain nnd the sheltered cove. Roth the dugout nnd the cabin of ce dar logs within the cove were n silent nnd ns void of movement as the rocks behind them. Tho young man watched first one, then the other, as tireless nnd tisllnr.t ns If ho had not been awake 1913, by EARLIEST '7 f ' ROSIKA SCHWIMMER. of Hilda Pest, Hungary, will deliver address on Peace at the suffrage convention In Lexington, Tuesday, November 9. Madame Schwlmmer came to this country In 1914 as the representative of the women's organizations of many countries to plead for concerted Intervention of the neutral nations for cessation of hostilities In Europe. None who heard her fiery eloquence, her Impassioned pleading, her description of what she said was not war but "the destruction of Europe and of civilization" can soon forget After the International Congress of Women at The Hague Madame Schwiminer was one of the delegation of three women, of whom Jane Addanis is the one best known to Americans, to wait upon he rulers of six European countries MADAME V 1th adopted. tho moral forces of tho state lining up In active support of the woman suffrage cause, tho question will soon become a "paramount Issue" In Kentucky. Tho Kentucky Federation of Labor stands always for suffrage. The Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, numbering 18,000 women, has repeatedly endorsed Woman lulrage. September strong resolutions endorsing woman suffrage. At the state convention of the Christian Church even more ringing and specific resolutions were MRS. SAMUEL HENNING, Or LouiMllle, Auditor of the K. E. R. A was Mlt-- Judlu Duke, daughter of General Basil Duke, himself a believer In woman .suffrage, us are many of the Confederate veterans of Kentucky, and a niece of that other beloved Confederate leader, John Morgan. Mrs. a term as has recently President uf th l.oul3vtlle Woman Suffrage Association. Ministers Endorse Suffrage. Tho ministers of the Northern Methodist Church of Kentucky adopted In s Hen-nin- MRS. T. J. SMITH, Of Frankfort, Is the state member for tho K. E. R. A. of the Executive Committee of the National Woman Suffrage Association. She Is the niece of InterMiss Laura Clay. The est of her mother and her aunts In the suffrage cause has been Inherited by Mrs. Smith. As former President of the Federation of Women's Clubs and as the wife of tho Statu Bank Examiner, Mrs. Smith has come Into cons tact with and made friends of In every part of Kentucky. life-lonper-hon- e BARGAIN OFFER FOR SUFFRAGISTS. If you want the news of the suffrage Movement the world over and In every tttute of the Union, you should sutiRcrlbe for the Woman's Journal, publUheU In ltoHton. edited by Miss Alice Stone Black-wel- l. It Is a weekly paper, cood print and good paper. Price 11.00 a year, alx months G0c. four months 25c. Under epeclal offer prevailing till Jan. 1, 191(, 30c of every dollar eubscrlbed In Kentucky goes to the local tultrage work. Send la your name and subscription to the Kentucky Equal nights AMOclatlea, McCUUand Building, Lulogtan, Ky, SPECIAL iu Now you wouldn't be taking up no Idea that she was what you'd clnsslfy as a young lady or anything like that, eh?" "Of course not. She's fifteen or sixteen, I should think. Upon my honor, Wlllock, any thought of sentiment or romance Is a thousand miles from my mind." "Yes; Just so. But such thoughts tne rampart. Having inus innnuesteu ' travels powenui rasr. won't tnice em his peaceful Intent, he rose, still hold- - long to lap over a thousand mile." lug the flag of truce above his head, "But It's because she Is a young and remained motionless. Brick Wll- - .girl, fresh and unartlflrlal as the lock stared at him for a moment in mountain breeze, that I want to be get to hostile Indecision, then strode forward. I with her for a little vSHS-y-ei; At the same tlmo an old man, thin, know her, If I may. Wlllock turned to the taciturn old tall and white haired. Issued from the dugout, evidently uttracted by the gun- - man standing a little behind him. . .I . . n1ll aimud, ..l.n. An ;uu any i ((bin. uui w w.... A9I snui, uau soou uner me caum uoor ! opened, und the girl of the cove looked ' "I y flre him, and do it quick!" was rejoinder, accompanied by . the instant out Inquiringly. In the meantime the young man slow- - threatening twltchings of the huge ly descended the hill to the oval valley, white mustache. Wlllock was not convinced. "Son, while Wlllock hurried forward to meet If you sets here till we have had our htm. "Don't you come no fu'theri" Wll- - hreakfast and has held a caucus over lock commanded, threatening with his you 1'" bring you tlie verdict In about gun. "Keep your hands above your aa uuur. ii you uon i uwe mat mey s nothing to do but put out for your head until 1 can ship your cargo." Obediently be stood while the great ranch." "I go on duty at 7," repUed' tho whiskered fellow took the weapons from Ills belt and dived Into bis hip young man composedly, "but I have a friend riding the Hue that'll stay with pockets. "That'll do. Now, what do you it till I come. So I'll wait for your caucus. want?" "That friend one of them devils I "It'tj hurd to put it Into a few words," the other complained. "I'd shot ut the other day?" Wilfred Conipton smiled with sudlike to have a little tnlk with you." "Yes." "You are one of them fellows that den sunnluess. Somewhere beneath the immense come here to run us out of the country, ain't you? Are your pards out- whiskers an answering smile slipped like a bree.e, stirring the iron gray side there, waiting for a message?" "Nobody knows I'm here or thought hair. "I kinder believe in you, son. of coming. Let me put that affair In Nobody can't jalnsay that you've playits true light The boys are all under ed the man In this matter. Now, Just our boss, and when he lays down the one thing more. You must swear here law it Isn't for us to argue with him. before me, with Bill Atkins for uu unwilling witness that should we let We carry out orders" "Unless there's a Brick Wlllock in- you make the acquaintance of our litvolved In them orders," returned the tle gal and should you get to be friends, you two, that the very fust man, with u grim stnlle. "But it's our duty to try to carry out minute It comes to you that she ain't the orders, whether we like 'em or not. no little gal, but Is In the way of being food for love Bill Atkins, air I So you won't hold that against me " that little scrimmage of last month, muklug myself plain?" "You ain't," returned tho old man especially as you came out best man," "I used to have a boss myself," Wll- sourly. "You're too complicated for , lock spoke uncompromisingly, "but ordinary use." when lie give me certain orders one "Then you tell him what I mean." particular night that I recollect I The old man glared ut Wilfred fierceknocked him on the head and put out ly. "If we decide to grant your refor other parts. I guess your boss quest, young man, swear on your honknowed this wasn't his laud, didn't he? or that the second you find yourself What's going to become of this country thinking of our little girl us a woman, wheu a man isn't satisfied with what to be wooed and won, you'll put out Is hls'n? Well, now you've had a little nnd never stop till you're so far away talk with mo you can Just mosey along. you'll be clear out of her world. And I'll send your weapons after you by a not one word to her, not so much as messenger." one hint, mind you, us to the reason of The young man cast a despairing your going. It'll Just be goodby and glance toward the girl, who stood in farewell!" her doorway gravely listening. The "You see," Wlllock Interpolated, "sho uiiiu with the bushy white hair had Is nothing but a little gal, and we don't drawn ueur, but evidently with no want no foolish Ideas to the contrary. thought of Interfering. You takes her for what she Is, noth"Wlllock" the voice came so eager, ing took from nor added to. In course so impetuous, that the words were she'll bo growed up some day, I recksomewhat Incoherent "Pvo got to talk on, though may the good Lord take a to your daughter. Hold on; don't good long time finishing up the work shoot; listen! That's what I've come he's begun so noble. Wheu she's for, to see her and and meet her and growed up, when she's a woman, It hem- - her voice. help it, can I? nln't for us to say how you come nnd can't It's Ix'en two long years since I left how you go, take from or add to. But home back east, and In all theso two while she's n kid It Is different, acyears Pvo never seen anything llko cording." your Utile girl, nnd and what buna "You have my word of honor to all can It do? 1 say, 1 uvo pity ou n fellow, these conditions," Wilfred cried lightand do lilm the biggest fuvor ho could ly. "As a child of tho mountains I ask enjoy on' this earth wheu It won't cost for her acquaintance. If t should over you n penny or u turn of your hand! feel differently nbout her I'll go away I'm Just xo lonesome, sn homesick, so and stay nway until she's n woraun." dead killed by all these sand hills and The two men went Into the cnbln. alkali beds nnd nothing to talk to from An hour later they reappeared, accomone year's end to the next but men and panied by tho girl. Wilfred was still cuttle." seated obediently on tho rock, Wlllock glared ut lilm In silence, "Come over hero In the shade," Wllthe trigger thoughtfully. lock called ns he strodo toward a "There I've sat ou that hill," ho con- grassy bank that sloped up to n lino tinued, "slnco - o'clock last night wait- of thivo cednr trees of Interlocked ing lor daylight mo 1 could usk you to brnnohes. "Como over here nnd know help a miserable wretch Unit's Just her. This Is our gnl." starving to death for the sound of a Lnhoma looked nt the young mau gill's voice and the sight of a girl's with gravo Interest ns ho advanced, smile." taking note of his garments and move"It Is kinder lonesome," remarked ments us she might have examined tho other gruflly. lie lowered his gun tho skin and actions of some unknown ami leaned ou It Irresolutely. "You've nnlmal. Bill Atkins also watched him, sure touched me In tho right spot son. but with auspicious eye. I knows all you mean and more fiir "Set down." said Wlllock, sinking on that ou ain't even ever dreamt, of; the grass. "Thj listinan up ts tne I J i 1 was the dugout that first started from its night's repose. The door was thrown itway from the casing, and a great uncouth man, strong as a giant and wild of aspect us a savage, strode forth, gun in hand, his eyes sweeping the landscape In quick dashing glances. Almost Instantly he discovered the figure perched on the granite block over looking bis retreat. lie raised his gun to his shoulder. The young man fell sldewlse behind the rocks, nnd a bullet clipped the edge of Ills barricade. Remaining supine, he fastened his handkerchief to the end of his whip and waved It above lir tvsvnty-fonIt r rnurs. Wlllock more mildly. "Yes," he answered gloomily. "Carried 'em ns long as a year?" "Nearly two years." "Mean to still lug 'em nround?" "Of course I'm going to keep 'cm." "Well, I don't deny that's pretty Now look here, Ron, I've been half crazy from louesomeness, and I don't bcllcvo I've got the heart to send you nway. That gal of ours Intends." "My name Is Wilfred Coruptnn. I I have a letter or two In my pocket that I got a long tlmo ngo. They'd tell something about me, but I'd rather not show 'em, as they're private" "From your gal. I reckon?" asked Company. litit. you seo. wo don't know nothing nbout your name, your charucter. If you've got one, nor what you really the Bobba-Merr- Lnhotna, "and Brick Is That's best of nil." For Lieutenant-Governo- r "I nln't In It!" cried Bill Atkins so JAMES D. BLACK fiercely that the young mnn was some For Secretary of State what discomposed. "Now, BUI," exclaimed the girl reUAKKSDALE MAMLETT provingly, "sit right down and moke For Attorney. Oeneral the move. M. M. LOGAN "This Is Miss Lnhoma Wlllock." growled Bill, "and this" waving at the For Auditor young man disparagingly "says ho is R. L. GREEN Wilfred Compton. Know each other!" For Slate Treasurer "I nm glad to know you," Lnhomn SHERMAN GOODPASTEIt declared frankly. "It's mighty lucky you enme this way, for, you see, I Just For Clerk of Court of Appeals live here In the cove and never touch R. W. KEENON the big world. I believe you know a thousand things about the world that For Supt. of Public Instruction we nln t never dreamed of." V. O. GILBERT "That we have never dreamed otV For Commissioner of Agriculture" corrected Bill Atkins. MAT S. COHEN "That we have never dreamed ot" resumed Lnhoma meekly, "and that's For Circuit Judge what I would like to hear about, I'm J. R. LAYMAN JtiRt a little girl now, but when I am of age I'm going out Into the big world. For Commonwealth's AltornevWI so that s why I'm so glad to know you, HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN to use you llko a kind of dictionary, For Circuit Clerk Are you coming back here again?" "I hope so."" he exclaimed fervently. LEE WALLS "And so do I. In my cabin I have a For Representative long list of things written down In my J, O. HOOK tablet that I'd like to know about questions that como to me aa I sit looking over the hill Into the sky, things Brick doesn't know and not even BUI Atkins. So that's why rm glad to know you," Lahoma said gravely. "But why did you want to M AMI-- know me?" She fastened on him her insurance uwce luminous brown eyes, with red Ups parted, awaiting the clearing up of this Cloverport,) Kentucky mystery. Wilfred preserved a solemn counte nance. "I've been awfully lonesome. ..i'iouiC the uuTTwo years, because FireLLightnirig;;Tor-nad- o up to that time I'd lived In a city with friends all a boat town and no and Windstorm, end of gay times, and these last two years I've been in the terrible desert Life, Accident, Health You are the first girl I've seen that. reminded me of home. When I sow you Insurance. and knew you were my kind, the way you held yourself and the smile in your trrled In It too. gether." "Tes," For Oovernor A. O. STANLEY fyc. taulT eyes" "Oh, is that it? But I want to ask you all about youralf," remarked La homa thoughtfully, "because I can see from your face and tho way you talk that you're a real sample of the big world. If I tell you all about myself, will you do the same?" Wilfred promised, and Lahoma en tered on the history of her childhood. Wilfred looked and listened Joyously, conscious of the unusual scene, alive Old Reliable Companies Henry Trent I. W. Trent P. L Oails to the subtle charm of her fearless Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and eyes, her unreserved confidences, the melting harmony of her musical tones. To be sure, she was only a child, but he saw already the promise of the woman. The petals as yet were closed, but the faint sweet fragrance was ready astir. To be Continued al- I Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. When Baby Has the Croup. When a mother is awakened from sound sleep to find her child who lifs gone to bed apparently in the best of health struggling for breath, she is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can keep her presence of mind and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every ten minutes until vomiting is produced, quick relief will follow and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning as well as ever. This remedy has been In use for many years with Obtainable everyuniform svecess. where. Window Boxes. Before putting earth in window boxes whitewash the Inside of the box. This not only keeps a wooden box from rotting, but prevents insects. McCall's Magazine. A Woman's Right. "And how long have you voted?" Dr. R, P. Kunnecke Veterinary Surgeon Office Trenl I Walls' Liieiy Sfabli Prepared to Treat all Animal Diseases Special Attention Given to Calls at all Hours DR. R. P. KUNNECKE, V. M. D. IHardinsburg, Ky. M. E, CHURCH, South SUNDAY SCHOOL, HARDINSBURG. KY. Opens at 9:30 a. m. each Sunday. All visitors and strangers are cordially invited to attend. M. D. DEARD, "Twelve years" "And bow old lie you?" "Twenty-two." -- Life. of Balsam" Is on the label so you can sea what a good cough medicine it Is. 25c at Wedding's Drug Store. Pepper. The Full Formula "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Dr. W. A. WALKER, Superintendent, Secretary 1M0NS. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Jolly are the guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Ballow. Mrs. George Lewis and Mrs. Allen Lewis visited Mrs. W. C. Dutschke Sunday. The revival, which is being held In the Robert's Bottom schoolhouse, is quite a success. Good attendance and several additions to the church. E. C. Kobbins visited relatives at Raymond Saturday. Miss. Grace Macy was the guest of her cousin, Miss Vay Dowell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dleckman, of Rome, Ind., spent Sunday with her brother, li. V. Lewis. Miss Beedle Kellms Is very ill. The value of pepper was known of old. We read that when Itomo had to be ransomed from the barbarian conqueror In tho year 400 Alaric demanded 3,000 pounds of pepper among the payments nnd that Hippocrates used it in medicine, applying It to the skin. Don't Lose a Hair. A sore or cut kept free of germs heals without scars or bare spotf. Buy a pint of Unseed oil If you want a healing oil, or a pound of hog lard or vaseline il a salve, mix with a .10c bottle of arris Healing Remedy and you have 10 ounces of the finest healer vou ever tried. You can use twice a day or olteuer because you have oodles of it, Parrls Healing Remedy told on the Don't uce harsh physics. The reacMoney Back Plan. Por sale at Wedtion weakens the bowels, leads to ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. chronic constipation. Get Doan'sReg-uleTbey operate easily. 25c at all Try a Want Ad Today BtOTtl. 1VIAT0R BUNDED, TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly tiso this blank in lenowing 3'our subscription. Please nxnmino tho label on your pnpor. If your subscription id due, tho Editor will appreciate payment. FRANTIC FIGHTING IN LOOS CELLARS Eyewitness Describes Great I BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Raymond Gordon, twenty-eight- , a was stabbed and fatally wounded In a street fight at Columbus. Byron Ongley, forty-one- , of Now York, theatrical manager, fell from a 'notel window at Wilmington, Del., and was killed. American Red Cross Issued an appeal, asking churches throughout tho country to give their Thnnksglvlng dny collections for war relief work to Europe. The last surviving veteran of th Mexican war In Hardin county, O., William Blsh, Is dead nt tho ago of eighty-liv- e years. Ho also served lu the civil war. .lohn Daugherty, thirty, Inundry driver while cutting dead branches from a tree nt his homo In Wheeling, W. Va., stepped on a dead branch and fell, sustaining n broken back. William K. Seymour, mnnnger of a shoe store at Newark, 0 was arrested on a charge of embezzling $130. Perry Bell and Hugh anil Oscar Stout were Injured In an automobile accident near I'tlea. Licking county, O. The navv department announced that a training school for divers will be established at tho torpedo station at Newport, R. I. Dr. George A. Trltch was arrested by detectives of Detroit pending Investigation of alleged Illegal treatment administered to .Miss Mabel Arnold nf Toledo, O. Andrew Hochvar was killed at Brltlgoport. O.. when a motor truck, running wild, plowed Into the Bridge- port National hank. Richard '.'enhy of Dallas, former auditor of tne Texas and Pacific railwords to dispose road, used forty-onof his $200,000 estate in bis will. Luther Hill, wealthy laud owner at Baldwin, Mass., shot and killed his brother, .lames, because James commented on the brevity of .Mrs. Luther Hill's new gown. A gang ot boy robbers, the polico believe, tortured and heat to death Joseph Osborne, a Grand Crossing (111.) recluse, and supposed to he wealthy. Near West Union, O., John Vlors, farmer, was killed when his horse ran away and he was thrown from tho buggy. Fifty-twpersons were killed In an explosion in a factory in the Rue Do Tolbac. Paris, while a hundred or more were Injured. Gustavo Navarro, superintendent of the Mersenal plant In .Mexico City, was executed for complicity in tho usurpation of the presidency by Vlc- - STOP at the RETURNS TO LINES painter, ' tat of Bursting Shell on a Gait House When in French Aeroplane. lOULDN'T SEE TWENTY FEET Smoke From the Shrapnel Enveloped 8cout!ng Machine a Mile Above the German Trenchei Batteriet Located by Scouti Lieutenant, Dying, Directed Aviator to tho Allies' Lines. RENEWAL ORDER TUB MIECKENIUDGE Enclosed find $ Battle Won by the Allies. ' NEWS, Cl.OVKM'OUT, , Kv. HAND GRENADES WERE USED which apply to my sub- - Louisville European Plan Good Rooms for $1 a Day Pine Dining Room with Hxccllcnt Service and Low Prices scriplion account. Nasik . Addkkss E235B53--: .. British Had Great Difficulty In Dislodging the Heroic Germans, Who Offered Most Stubborn Resistance. German Directed Fie From House Occupied by British Colonel. 4 it "alls unconscious. On recovering his senses ho told the following story, says a London dispatch: "Arriving over the German lines and saluted, as you know, by a rain of Ore, we rose to n great height and steered northwest toward D., behind which we observed a great mass of Infantry Farther Bcemlnclv resting In reserve. on, nt the crossing of tho two roads that surround the village of C., we saw distinctly not one but three batteries perfectly aligned In a ravine and firing Incessantly. " 'Bon sang de bon sangl' cried my lieutenant, shaking his fist nt them, so there they arof Then, he said to me: A half turn, "Mission accomplished. and qulcklyl' "You can Imagine how 1 turned about But we had not gone 500 yards tjeforc the rain of bullets and shrapnel became heavier than ever. Tho ''smoke around us was so thick that we could not see twenty yards ahead. To get out of that hell we were going up higher when a shell, better aimed than tho others, exploded close to us, Just over our heads, with a tcrrlflc crash. "I thought for an Instant that my Avlntor Lieutenant l and Pilot Sergeant M.. ordered to discover a hidden German battery that was Inflicting great damage on tho French trenches at a certain point In Flanders, ascended In a biplane. They were seen to Uy out over the enemy's lines, where they were creeled by torrlflc fusillades of shrapnel. Their biplane performed some mystifying evolutions and at last came rushing hack to French territory, where It fell to earth like a wounded bird. Lieutenant I. was dead In his sea't. and Sergeant 31, was blind and for Prohibition and Indorse Mrs. Samuel Sneath. ' 'Toledo, 0'!t. 21. Resolutions ndopt- cd by tho Ohio Club Women pledged the club women to work for prohlbl tlon, favored the election of Mrs. Samuel Snenth of Tinin as president Serbian Railway Center Falls of tho General Fcdcrntlon of Women's Clubs, demanded the return of Miss After Brisk Fighting. Ella Hans of Dayton, for seven years factory visitor for the state Industrial commission, and who, according to the club women, was "mysteriously drop. I RUT (IFF red without cause." urged the appoint- RflllTF flF THF mcnt ot Mr8 Sarah c DollBas ot Lima as matron of the woman's re- I forraatory at Marysvlllo, and the cro- Austro-GermaForces Begin a More ation of substitutes for saloons. Vigorous Offensive In the North, Crossing the Danube Near Orsova. No. 40 for the Blood Russian Troops Landed In Courland Rheumatism, Scrofula aud all huHlndenburg Striving to mors of the blood give way when you Reach the Dvlna. take Number 40. the great cure for London, Oct. 25. An official dis- blood poison. Try a bottle from patch from Sofia states that the Drug Store. It will give vou army has taken Uskup, an im- new life. portant junction on the Salonlca-Nls- li Declare OSKUP CAPTURED WORK OF OHIO CLUB WOMEN BY BULGARIANS "I am now able to write a straight and clear story, with many Interesting details, of the lighting In Franco and Belgium," says n special correspondent of the London Dally Chronicle. "For some time It was Impossible to obtain anything like a connected narrative, as divisions, brigades and battalions disappeared Into the smoke and could only send back brief messages to tell how the day was going, how severe was the ordeal and how great was the success. Xnw, however, after the first rush Is over, there Is time to tell the story of one of the greatest achievements gained by IlrltNh troops in this war. Free Auto-B- us Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS mc hllico J n Weil-ding- 's Brit-garla- n brain bad burst. I felt a burning pain to my eyes, then a dizziness. Then a thick fog shnt out everythlngrom my sight Held Machine In Course. "I called to my lieutenant, 'Nothing no reply. But broken, lieutenant' Supposing he had not heard, I repeated my remark, trying at the same time to open my eyes so as to see him. Not only did 1 get no reply, but everything around me was black. "I remembered that I had recently learned from a major that certain shells may Inflict such Injuries the tissues as to destroy them com- t contact and even may cause death. I had escaped death, but seemingly I was blind. "As for my brave lieutenant 1 had every reason to believe that ho was dead, as he did not answer my calls. "In such a situation, alone In space, at an altitude of about 7,000 feet I was tilled with terror and commended my soul to God. However, still hearing thoso devilish hostile batteries continuously pounding awny and mowing down my comrades, I had but one Idea to get back at any cost to our lines and report to my superior otllcers. But how could I do It lu my condition? Steered by Shell Fire. "Steering as well as I could by the sounds from below, I turned In the di1 pletelyand this without tho slightest rection where expected to And our army. I had been going thus only about two minutes when, to my great amazement, I beard my lieutenant cry "Without asking explanations I Instantly worked the elevating rudder so vigorously that the machine took a leap into the air, striking nud then breaking something that I have learned since was the rooster weather vane an top of a church spire, against which we were about to smash ourselves. I realized that we bad narrowly escaped a great danger and cried: "Thank you, my lieutenant Excuse me if I am not steering straight bat I cannot see clearly. And you, lieutenant, are you wounded?' "Yea,' he answered, 'and I think pretty badly.' "Then, seeing that I had turned away from our lines, be said feebly: 'Make a half turn to tho left Farther to the left That's right Now go straight ahead.' "Soon a now ball of bullets Informed me that we wero still over tho German Hues. Three minutes later the voice of my dear lieutenant, ever more and more feeble, said: 'Very good. Ilere we are. I see our men waiting for us below. Cut oft tho power. Volplane-volpl- ane gently volpl' Ills voice ceased. The next thing I heard was the noise of the machine smashing Its ribs as it touched the earth." -- at: 'Op! Up! Quick! Quick!' Qirl of Twenty Deputy Sheriff. ; I, Pntchoguc, N. V., has tho first woman deputy sheriff lu Suffolk county In pretty twenty-year-olMiss Frances Seltz. She Is a daughter of Albert Beltz, Patchoguo business man, and was appointed by Sheriff Odcll. The new teputy, a suffrago worker, weighs only teety pounds, but Is an expert shot She' said, "Evildoers had better not take any liberties with me." d railway, and has thus placed SEARCHING FOR BANDITS itself across the route by which tho allies' reinforcements for the Serbs Three American Soldiers Killed When Mexicans Attack Texas Town. would travel. The Brownsville, Tox., Oct. 22. Mexiin tho north, have begun a more vig- cans attacked the town of Ojo dcAgua, orous offensive and have crossed the sixty miles north of here, killing fareo Danube near Ossova. This brings United States soldiers and wounding ' much nearer the linking up of the eight, according to telephone reports. are: Sergeant Shafer and armies of the Germanic allies and Tho deadMcConnell and Joyce of com Privates those of Bulgaria and the opening of pany D, signal corps. Tho wounded tho way through Bulgaria to Constan- include Sergeant Smith and Corporal tinople. Calshall ot company D, signal corps, Success is not being achieved with- and Troopers Kuble, Downey, Bohr out heavy losses, as the Serbian vet- and Langlands of troop G, Third caverans, well Intrenched In their moun- alry. Reinforcements were rushed to tains, are offering stubborn resistance the town and the bandits fled. Border and are making the Invaders pay a patrols have joined In the search for big price for every mile of country in- them. vaded. It is reasonably certain that at least French troops are fighting beside 100 bandits took part In the attack. the Serbs in the southeastern section, and reports from Athens says that Notice Readers and Writers other steps are being taken by the allies to help tholr small partner. To be certain that any happening of Additional troops are being landed at Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be Bulgarian ports In the triven account In the Breckenrldge Salonlca, Aegean and Black seas are being News, kindly write and mall to us at bombarded and it is believed that men and munitions will be sent to once, Get every item you can to us by Serbia by still another route. With- Saturday. JOHN D. BABBAGK. of Greece out the active and Itoumanla, however, the allies, it is feared here, will not be able to do De Forest Demands Credit. much for come weeks. Paris, Oct. 23.I.ce Do Forest, tho The Russian troops who have land- wireless engineer, who Is In Paris on ed at Domeness, Courland, have, ac- business, said that tho Western Eleccording to Berlin, If tric company was using his wireless this Is so, it Is probable that the land- telephone patents at Arlington for the ing wns Intended as a diversion, In present experiments in wireless telethe hope of drawing German troops phone between Arlington and the from tho Riga and Dvlnsk regions, Eiffel tower and that he considered whero very heavy fighting Is still In fcimselt entitled to a certain amount progress. ot professional credit for the prosent There Is no news of Field Marshal achievement. Von HIndenburg's drive toward tho Dvlna, southeast of Riga, but norfh- Lax-Man wot of Dvlnsk he has made another attempt to reach the river and claims For constipation, biliousness, indito have forced tho Russians from gestion, stomach and liver troubles. their positions. Inflicting great losses on them and taking nearly 3,000 pris- Harmless. If not better than calomel oners. Illoukst, which has figured salts, or any laxative you have ever prominently In all tho recent commu- used, we pav the money back quick. nications, has been captured' by the Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Germans. Tho persistence with which the KING GEORGE'S APPEAL Germans are attacking In thlr region shows tho Importance they attach to the capture of Dvlnsk and Riga and Asks Men of All Classes to Share In the Fighting. tho line of tho Dvlna river before Loudon, Oct. 2a. King Georgo iswinter sets in. On the rest of tho eastern front tho sued tho fo lowing statement, addressRussians contlntto their Isolated at- ed "To My People": "At a gravo moment In tiio struggle tacks, which are designed to prevent the Germans from establishing a 'line betwecu my peoplo and the highly orof lntrenc'amcnts such as they suc- ganized enemy who have transgressed ceeded In doing beforo Warsaw last the laws ot tho nations and changed year, after the first attempts to tako the ordinance that binds civilized Europe together I appeal to you. I rethe city failed. Except for a few attacks by the joice in my empire's effort and I feel Germans, the fighting in tho west has pride In tho voluntary responso from consisted for the most part ot artil- my suujects all over tho world wio lery engagements and some, exciting have sacrificed homo, fortune aud life itself In order that another may not contests between tho air men. inherit tho free empire which the ancestors of mine havo built up. "I ask you to mako good these sacRecommends Cham b e r I a i n ' s rifices. Tho end Is not lu sight. Moro Cough Remedy. men, and yet more, are wanted to keop my armies In tho field, and "Last winter I used a bottle of through them to securo victory and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a bad enduring pcaco. In the ancient days bronchial' cough. I felt Its beneficial tho darkest moment over produced in effect immediately and before I had men of our race tho sternest resolve. finished the bottle I was cured. I I ask you, men ot all classes, to come never tire of recommending this rem forward voluntarily and tako your In tho fighting. In frooly reedy to ray friends," writes Mrs, Wil share sponding to this appeal you wt bo liam Bright, l't. Wayne, Ind. Obtain giving your support to our brothers able everywhere. who for long months havo nobly upheld Britain's past tradittons and the glory of her arms." a Want Ad. Austro-GermanI a Try if you want quick results. Subscribe Today j, "The first two trenches were carried with a rush at the point of the bayonet, a large manlier of Oermuiis being kill- ed. But the uncut wire made the first check and was a formidable obstacle. But our men. reckless of their lives, attacked It desperately. They stood up under a deadly lire of machine guns and forced their way through the entanglement. Dead Man Erect In Their Path. "One of the most extraordinary Incidents among the grim scenes which took place In the smoke nud mist occurred when a company of 'kilties,' advancing at tliu charge, came face to face with n very tall German, who, although stone dead, with a bullet through his brain and with his face blackened with the grime of battle, stood erect in their path, wedged hi some strange way lu a low trench. It was so startling tuid uncanny that, with one accord, the wave of men parted aud swept each side of him, us though some obscene specter barred torlano Huerta. the way. t "Bank after rank streamed up, and Edward McLaughlin, who has Just at last the great tide of men poured retired from the olllco o! deputy coun-t- j through and swarmed forward to the auditor, at Bellefontalnc, O., servvillage, and then, of a ed twenty-eigh- t years in that position. mile farther on, as they ran shouting Aubrey Case and Frank Ashcraft hoarsely, they were faced by the flro rescued two persons from death in a from an enormous number of machine fire which, for a time, threatened to guns, and from every part of the vil- destroy the village of Fowler's Mills, lage there came the steady rattle of Ohio. these weapons, pouring out streams of Six persons were killed and ten oth- lead. Thero were machine guns In the ' crs badly hurt lu a head-ocollision top between Chicago, Rock Island and windows of many houses and on of the "tower bridge" tall mine Paoillc southbound train No. 11 and crones which rose 300 feet from the a northbound freight train, twelve center of the village and In tho nar- miles south of Cblcasiia, Oltla. row trenches dug across the streets. Captain Dayid C. Fowler, oldest inIn the cemetery to the southwest of the habitant of New Lexington. O., celetown which our mcu had passed there brated his ninety-thirbirthday. His were no less than 100 machine guns, fathor, John Fowler, was the first setIn Itself n fortification of tler there. so It was great strength. Joseph G. McCoy, pioneer plainsman, who laid out the famous cattlo One Briton Captures Thirty Germans. "Here and there small parties of trail from the state of Texas to Abithese German troops defended them- lene. Kan., died at Kansas City after selves with the courage of despair and a two months' Illness. At Chillieothe. 0 Florence Mcnco, would not yield until they were killed died from burns received to the last man. Others wore cunning twenty-two- , rather than courageous lu their meth- when her dress caught lire from tho ods of fighting. A great mass of them smouldering nslies of a bonllre. Paul Lambert & Co., Buffalo stock were undoubtedly surprised and demoralized by tho rapidity and sweep-lu- g brokers, dealing through the Pittsstrength of our attack, and it was burgh stock exchange, have assigned. Burglars stolo emergency by tlie wholesale surrenders that we 'war" took so large a number of prisoners. stamps worth Sl.'.OOO from tho safe Men of this class, after the llrst re- In the ollke of Deputy Foley, collecsistance nt rlile range or with ma- tor of internal revenues at Evansvllle, chine guns, seemed to have no light lnd. Joe Hillstrom was resentenced nt In them nt all. lu one house entered by a little kilted signaler thirty Ger- , Salt Lake City to bo shot by a firing mans, including an otllcer, surrendered squad In tho prison ou Nov. 19, to him after lie had shot down three for the murder of two men on Jan. 10, 1914. who tried to 1:111 him. J. Wesley Ulsii, humane ollicer and "In one cellar an amazing Incident happened which reveals the highest r.eniesis of negligent fathers, at Ma form of courage and self sacrifice that rion, O., has collected $4,000 within cannot bo denied our enemy. Tho colo- the past year nnd paid It to deserted nel of a battalion which will receive a wlvas and children. high place lu the history for this day's Louis Wade, prominent merchant, work came into Loos after his men had formerly of Detroit, shot and killed already gone from hill 70. With sig- his wifo at Ocean Springs, Miss., aud nalers and other men ho established then committed suicide, after attempt-lu- s quarters, according to a previous ar to kill two others. rangement, in a house practically Orville S. Dorman, 101, registered by shell fire. at Rome. N. Y. Ho will vote for pro"At this time thero was little shell- hibition aud woman suffrage. ing, us the artillery officers ou either Sir Lionel Garden, who was British side were afraid of killing their own minister to Mexico from 1913 until men, and the house seemed fairly safe August, 1914. Is dead In London. for the purpose of u temporary signal Panclsco Beltramo, while attemptstation. But the colonel noticed with ing to loop the loop In an aeroplauo surprise shortly nftcr bis arrival that at Buenos Ayres, fell to the ground heavy shells began to fall very close, and wns killed. and the German guns were obviously Officials says aiming directly for this particular build- work on Belmontthat the first week's county (O.) roads ing. Ho ordered that tho cellars be by inmates of tne county Jail saved searched, and three Germans wero the taxpayers $300. , found. But It wits only after he had Mine operators ot West Virginia say been lu the house forty minutes, In a impossible to find n sufilclent deeper cellar which had not been seen it is men to work tho mines to before, that tho discovery was made ot number ot tho capacity demanded by orders. a German olllccr who wns actually Iu an argument over tho war in a to his own battalion and diGreek colTco iiuuso at Cleveland ono recting their lire. Suspecting thut tho two others wero colonel and bis companions were im- mail was killed uud portant otllcers directing tho general mortally wounded. Tlio dead man is thirty-two- . operations, bo had caused the shells to August Lofslmovltz. Mrs. John Fuchlllc, full upon tho bouse, knowing that a O., is recovering after lucky shot would mean Ids own death as well as theirs. In any case, bo was bor right car was torn off In an auto certain to die, and he died bravely, accident and then sowed on. Moro than 200 persons In Salvador having mado this supremo sacrifico of courage The telephone apparatus Is lost tholr lives during tho last seven weeks cs a result ot froquont earth- now a trophy in our bands." ouako shook. e I seventy-ninc-year-ol- d three-quarter- s n d I g Get Ready for 1 Winter While the Sun Shines A $28.00 hall stove used only one winter. Near- good as new, with all the fixtures. Beautily as ful stove. 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Get What You Want When You Want It We figure our profits on volume of business, not on small sales. is Our Millinery Department complete in every detail. All we ask is your examination. I. B. RICHARDSON, p : t GARFIELD, KENTUCKY I ! xji a fw& vwm ww. ww IRVIVGTON. u. STANLEY AND HIS MULE Astride a mule, A. O. Stanley, Democratic candidate for governor, rode across the mountains to keep speaking engage ments at Hindman and Hazard. He was accompanied by former Congressman Frank Hopkins. HILL ITEMS. Misery and ignorance are always the Misery is easily course of great evils. excited to anger, and ignorance soon yields to perfidious counsels. Addison Washington, Oct. 23. An official list of the missing members of tho GARFIELD. crows of the two German auxiliary German Cruiser Sunk? cruisers interned at Norfolk, Issued Mrs'. Noah liruner have Mr. and Petrograd, Oct. 25. The following by the navy department, shows that official statement was Issued hare: of a total of 785 officers and men, one moved into Fred Tabor's house. The year old infant of Mr. and Mrs. "A British submarino has sunk a Ger- commissioned ofllccr, two doctors aid man cruiser of Burton Basham, is very low with brain type near Ubau."tho Prince Adalbert six warrant officers have broken parole Not one bluejacket is missing. fever. Mrs. J. I', Holder and two children, of Oklahoma, arrived Friday to be the guests of relatives. She i stopping with her brother, Jesse Isom. Mr. and Mrs. I,enn Wheatlv and children, ot Duke's were visitors at the home of his brother, Sam Wheatly, last week. Luther I'ate and children were in town Monday to ste his mother, Mrs. L. I'atr. pneumonia, is improving. Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Sutturfield and Miss Anna Mildred Smith is visiting Mrs. Joe Simmons were In Louisville relatives in Custer. Friday. Ur. J W. Meador was called to Mrs. I'eyton Scott anil son, Arad, atrecently to see his sister, Mrs. tended the school fair at Hardinsburg Dick Pumphrey, who is very sick. and remained until Saturday. and Mr. and Mr. Win Allen is spending the week Mrs Virgil Mrs. Thomas Gregory Mrs. Smith were guests of with her son, Sidney Taul, who is ill D. H. Smith Sunday. with tjpiioi'l fever. Mrs. Willnrd Arnold and daughter, Huve, were iu Louisville Monday. Stop That Bark IStibsle, Annie and Jane, children of Mr. ami Mrs. Chus. Keil, who have beta with "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam," the cough medicine that sick for several clays, are improving. 25c at Wedding's does the work. Tom Satterlield has been .suffering Drugstore from un injured eve, iu whicn ws a fragment of steel while drlv' inganail. Although not entirely re Lodge, licved hi t eye is better. No. 115, F. & A. M. Mrs. Jo Ucaden, of Louisville, is h i e on a visit to Iriends. Whereas, God, in His infinite wisMiss Julia fella, of Louisville, after dom, has called our brother, Geo. spending three weeks with her grand mother, Mrs. Julia Wood, has returned Driskcll, of Stephensport, Ky., from labor here to refreshment in the Celeshome. tial Lodge above; therefore, be it reMrs. Lucy I'ate, after spending part solved, that of last week with her daughter, Mrs. In the death of Brother Driskell our Geo.Taul, has relumed home. lodge has lost a faithful member, his John M. Gregory, who is employed family a devoted husband and tender in Louisville, spent Sunday with his father and the community a useful family. citizen, and we commend his wife and Mrs. Hester Carman went to the daughters to the protection and care of country, near Persimmon Flat, to see God, the Father of all mercies, In this her grandson, Harold Carman, who has hour of sad bereavement. typhoid fever. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minute book, copies bo bent to The Breckenridge Breaks a Cold. News and Hancock Clarion and to the The demand for "Wedding's Cold bereaved. Tablets" has been made oa their IRA U. COSBY, merits as a cold and grip remedy. '5c W. J.'SCHOPP, at Weddiug'ti Drug Store. GKO. BENTLEY, Committee. 1 Dr. Paul Dempster and Mrs. Dempster were guests of Mr. ana Mm. Ova Gray Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Meadow, of Custer, was the guests of Mrs. Hawkins Smith Sunday. Denver LeGrand is very sick with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Corapton and family, of Hardinsburg, were guests of her father, Mr. Jesse Macey, Sunday. Forest Thornhill, who is teaching near Stephensport, was the week end guest of relatives here. Misses Nell Cashman, Ruth Harned and Pearl B. Mattlngly were in LouisMisses Mary Alexander, Guedry Bram- ville Saturday shopping. lette, Julia Lyons, Messrs George Huff, Chas. LeGrand, who is ill with Hubert Lyons and Thomas Alexander were in Brandenburg Saturday evening. Prof. Arthur Ater attended the funer al of Mrs. Sam Bassett, at Lodiburg Sunday. Miss Lena Hunger, Brandenburg, spent the week end witli Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hunger. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Younger, Miss Eu- dora Younger, Miss II. Ada Drury, Louisville, .Mr. and Mrs R It. McGlothlan, Irvington, attended the tuneral of Mr. Sargeaut Drury, at Rosetta, Sunday. DAY OF THANKSGIVING Duly Designated by President Wilson, Who issues Proclamation. Washington, Oct. 22. President Wil son, in his proclamation designating Thursday, Nov. 25, as Thanksgiving day, called attention to the fact that tho United States has been at peace while most of Europe has been at war. "We have been able to assert our rights and tho rights of mankind without breach of frienshlp with the great catlonn with whom we have had to deal," said tho president. He invites tho people throughout tho land "to cease from their wonted occupations cn Thanksgiving day and in their several homes and places of worship render thanks to Almighty God." Tho president says further: "Our ability to servo all who could avail themselves of our services in the midst of crises has been Increased, by u gracious Providence, by more and moro abundant crops; our amplo financial resources have enabled us to steady tho markets of the world, and cur people have come more and more to a sober realization of tho part they havo been called upon to play In a time when all tho world Is shaken by unparalleled distresses nml disasters." Nine Germans Missing. Mrs. Mary Heston, Hardinsburg, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne. Mrs. John Miles and Miss Annie Jennings returned from Cloverport Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Bright and Miss Augusta Bright, of Maceo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I). G. Bright. spent Thursday in U. L Hardaway Louisville. Miss Kva Carrigan attended the funeral of Mrs. Massena Fontain, Brandenburg, Tuesday. Dr. V. B. Taylor visited in Hodgen-vill- e last week. Remember the entertainment at the High School building, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marshall are visiting at White Mills. Miss Nell Conniff, of Louisville, visited her mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff, Mcsdames L. B. Moremen, J. B. Hern-doC. D. Hook Misses Elizabeth, Ruby Hook and Lewis Bennet Moremen mortored to Brandenburg, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vickers spent Fri day in Louisville. Mrs. Minerva Brandenburg has return ed from an extended visit in Texas and Missouri. Miss Julia Lyons, Louisville visited Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons last week. Mrs. Will Thomas, of Leitchfield, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Payne. Mrs. Will McClintish, Louisville is the guest of her mother, Mrs Cornwall. Mrs. G. L. Mullen, Cloverport spent Saturday with Mr. and Ed McAfee. Mrs Thurman Drane and little (laugh tcr .Elizabeth Ray, of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T Drane last week. Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for WHERE 43 Years?-- , i AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Ba Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. WEEKLY WAR REVIEW To relieve the strain on n, pany's boats will make six trips dally, making connections with the traction cars for Evansvllle, Ind. Why Don't You Buy Your Boy or Dissatisfied Wife Makes Charge. Mayfield, Ky., (Special): Mrs. Nanpending the time allied troops of suf- nie Crider has filed suit in the Circuit ficient weight can reach the Balkan court against J. C. Crider for divorce front, the entente powers have launch- and $2,400 alimony. She makes the ed attacks against the Teuton and charges that her husband persuaded Bulgarian arniics, now threatening the her to deed away a traot of Serbian forces. The past week Italy land for the purpose of defrauding her launched a general offensive along and preventing her from collecting the Tyrol and Trentino frontiers of alimony. Austria; allied warships, including Russian vessels, have battered the Felled by Burglar. Bulgarian ports In the Aegean, and Henderson. Ky.. (Special): M. Arvla, Russia has increased the pressure on aged grocer of this city, was assaulted the eastern front and by a coup of negro, who left his combined laud and sea operations has in his store by a flung men and guns on the coast of victim unconscious on the floor and Courland, ninety miles northeast of escaped with the contents of the cash Riga, tiius menacing the rear of Gen- register. A "Jimmy" Is said to have been used by the negro as a weapon. eral Von Buelow's army. Serbia, 'Your Girl A . 108-acr- Shetland ( PONYfl You can't lose any Hancock What progress the British and French troops are making in their advances northward from Salonlca, Greece, to the relief of Serbia is still withheld, and there are misgivings iu many quarters that Serbia never will be saved In this way. Greece's apparent authentic demand that allied soldiers, to insure her safety, rather than allied concessions to expand her dominions, constituted her price for aligning herself against the central powers and Turkey, carries tho implication that she regards the forces landed at Salonlca as far from adequate for tho purpose. Roumania's stipulation governing her entry- into the wnr In behalf of the entente powers, has, according to report, narrowed to a similar, though moro specific, demand for 400,000 allied troops to insure her against In vasion. That the Serbians' position Is grave Is tho opinion prevailing at London. With this admission there Is developing dally an increasing rancor over Greece's attitude, coupled with demands that tho allies do not allow her policy to drift, while there is a possibility of her turning against tho en tente. The Bulgarians, though hampered by bad weather, are driving further into the interior of Serbia, while the Austro-Germaforces on the north and east frontiers are maintaining terrific pressure and moving slowly forward. Russia claims that the German, drive at the Baltic port of Riga has been haltod. The situation on the western front remains unchanged. Coke Furnaces Reopened. Middlesboro, Ky. (Special): The first work done on tho old Virginia Iron, Coal & Coko Company furnace In soveu years, began when a carload of coal arrived, and the old yard was put In operation. Reports como from Bristol the company has landed a S10.000.000 contract with the Dupont Powdor people. o at the price we are making at present. money Green Bros. 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