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The Breckenridge news: June 28, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916062801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 28, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL jr. . . 4 THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 52 . CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916. Miss Whitworth Completes Tenth Grade in Music. Stephensport, June 26 (Special ) Miss Virginia I.ee Whitworth has completed her tenth grade musical course under the direction of Miss Hva May, of She will continue to take Clovernort progression series under her, possibly taking courses in harmony, theory or history of music, which prepares her for conservatory work, which she expects to rs EQUAL SUFFRAGE DR. FRYM1RE WAVES EXAMINING TRIAL KENTUCKIANS ARE CALLED TO COLORS DESTROYSCONSULATE Mayor and Carranza Bank With 3,000 Civilians Leads Attack. American Refugees Tell Story. Is Held Without Bail Will Remain in Daviess County Jail Until Trial in October. "The State Capitol, Frankfort, Ky., June 22, 1916 "In the hour of stress and of peril, Kentuckians have immemorially heen the first to enter the breach. of the armies and navies of The Commander-in-Chie- f has issued a call to the colors and the Tnited States Kentuckians of this generation will prove worthy of the proudest traditions of their martial sires. I hope to see the battalions of this Commonwealth among the first in line of duty and, if need be, in line of battle. The National Guard in Kentucky can not report for actual service until every company has been recruited to full strength. It is the duty of patriots everywhere, who are eligible to this service, to volunteer without "(Signed) A. O. STANLEY, Governor." Improvements Over the County. OF Of Met Friday AfterJune 16 Many Women noon, of That Community Attend. Irvington Hawesville, Ky., June 22. Throueh enter this fall. his attorney, J D Kelly. Ur. R. W. Miss Slay is known as one of the best killing Frymlre. of Plural, charged with teachers in the county. " Henry Schaefer at the Plural school house last Monday morning, waived an examining trial before Judge W. W. Views Battery Blast at Taber, at his home, at 10 o'clock this Webster Stone Company. morning. Judge Taber, who has been 111 for several dayt, was unable to go lu V. J. I'iggott and Miss Hliza Mrs the courthouse and the proceedings Co were held ut his residence in the pres- l'iggott motored to Webster Stone ence of County Attorney 1'arj.ons, J. I). Thursday to see the battery blast in op Kelley, T. U. Frymlre, son of the de- eratiou and to get a kodak picture of fendant, and others. Frymiro was held same while in action. It is considered a to the Hancock Cir- wonderful sight. Ten thousand tons of over without cuit Court, which convenes In October. boulders were cast up, some of them The order recites that Frymlre is to re- fifteen feet square. It is well worth any main in the Daviess county jail until it one's time to make the trip is deemed prudent to have him returned to the jail of Hancock county. The proceedings wherein Pryinire waived examination were very quietly conducted. In fact, very few knew of it until it was concluded. Arrangements for the lijal were made Wednes day afternoor, but in some manner it leaked out at the funeral of Schaefe) and telephone callsfrom people throughout the county came in numbers seeding to confirsm the report It was denied that there was to be auy proceed-in- g at all and in this manner the large crowd that would have stampeded the tinner urns btnt nwnv.. .. j " Infant Baby Dead. The Infant daughter, Jeanette Kllzn-betof Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill, of this city, died at 5:00 o'clock Monday morning nt the home of its grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cockerill, of Louisville. Ths little girl was five months old and the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cockerill. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock from the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cockerill In Louisville. h, MJU Citizen of SMITH This City Sur- An Aged Held Tuesday Afternoon ldren. vived By Wife and Two Chi- , Mr. William Inlow Smith, seventy- two years of age, died nt the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jesse Isome, Monday, He had been June 26, of tuberculosis. ill about five months and his death wis not unexpected Day Current. Mr Smith united with the llaptist The Cloverport Icq Corapuny church at Ilites Run in early manhood Confined to His Home. will start July 1 with it day cur- and lived a consistent member. lie, Mr. J. C. Nolte was confined to his rent mid continue it for (wo with his wife and daughter, Mrs, Isome, home several days last week on account united with the Baptist church of this of a lame foot. Wr are glad to report months, or longer, if patronage city, a short time ago justifies. that he is able to be out again. He was the father of thirteen children, JOHN A. BARRY, only two of which are living now. His wife, one daughter, Mrs. Jesse Isome, Read Column Vice President. one son, Sam Smith, of Terre Haute, Ind , and one brother, S. G. Smith, of Patesville, survive him. The funeral services were conducted from the residence Tuesday at 2:3d p m. THE DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY by the Rev. A. N Couch. Interment in the Cloverport cemetery. the Want Hardinsburg Pharmacy Irvington Pharmacy clear skin and abundant beautiful Family Dr says: Our Beauty Preparations will help you io have pearly teeth, ISori F. Hardin, Lodiburg, has beautified his home by setting out trecH, building a porch to his cot tago, now roof, fresh painted to pother with all his out houses. It shows up bountifully from the road. II. H. Norton. Webster, has a beautiful home and surroundings. All his fencing, barns and stables have been white coated and show pride and love of home. W. J. Schopp is still building houjos in Stephensport. Ho believes in his homo town and is going to stay with it. He has j'ust completed two nice cottages and bus let the contract for another to bo erected on tho corner of his lot next to his store house, liichard McAfee has the contruct. William Doickmari's now home in Slephenspoit will soon bo Unified. It is a two story, eight room house with a basement. Taylor Dowell over on the Branch, near Garticld, has the roof on his now home. The Irvington Kqtial Suffrage AssociaFugle Puss, Tex. Juno 2G The United Stutes consulate at tion met Friday afternoon, June 16, at the home of Mrs. W. J. I'iggott. In Torrcan, Mcx., was demolished absence of the president, Mrs. Nannie the J. Juno IS, by a mob of 3,000 civili- Wathcn, the meeting was presided over ans led by the mayor of the city by Miss Kva Carrigan, fourth vice and a Uarrunza army band. The A large percentage of the membership, mob rushed through the streets which consists of the representative woshouting, "death to all the men of our community, was in attendand upon reaching tho ance. consulato destroyed the furniture Quotations from America's most noted men on the subject of IJqual Suffrage and wrecked tho building. The mayor and other prominent were read and discussed. The action of the conventions, RepubMexicans, it is said, incited tho lican and Democratic, on the plank in populace against Americans, ad- their platforms pertaining to IJqual Sufvising that all United States citi- frage, were discussed. Among those taking part in these diszens be run out of tho country. American refugees, who tell the cussions were: Mrs. W. J. I'iggott, Miss ICva Carrigan, Mrs. J. M. Hcrndon, Miss story, aro en route to their homes .Alary Henry, Mrs. I'. O. Ilrite and .Mrs. in various parts of the United Adelc Coiiniff. The meeting adjourned to meet at the States. presi-den- t. grin-goes," Entertained to Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tenlf, of Hardinsburg, entertained to dinner Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Callahan, Mr. and Mrs. I). II. Hcnning; Messrs. Mart Rhodes, Thomas and Hubert Callihan, Bernard Ten ir; Misses Clara and Frances Henning. home of Mrs. J. M. Hcrndon Friday afternoon, July 14. Mrs. R. 11. McGlothlan, Sec'y. Work at the Shops. Work at the shops is progressing finely. The wood shop was completed lust week. It is bigger, better and more up to date in every way than tho old shop. Mr. Hudson has been right on tho ground with Master Mechanic Ferry and they have produced a shop that is more economical in time, more light, more room, cleaner and more satisfactory to tho workmen, who aro well pleased with their new home. The machine shop is covered in and will soon bo ready for the installment of machines. Modern Woodmen. The Modern Woodmen of America will give their regular annual barbecue and celebration at Web ster Saturday, .July 15. Thoy are planning for one of tho biggest and best pleasure giving events. Keep the day and date in your mind and look out for tho big bills. New Business Houses. C. A. Tinius moved into his now business house at Stephensport So did Mr. 11. A. last week. Shollman. Those houses arc both up to date in construction, huvo plate glass fronts and the fixtures and shelving do credit to any Wo congratutown any where. late the gentlemen and their wives and hopo thoy will live long and prosper in their now business homes. Family Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrison, of Irvington, had a family reunion at their homo Sunday. Those Mr. and Mrs. present were: Harrys Morrison and children, WickliHe, ltaymond and Leonu, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children, Wallace and Mildred, of Cloverport, and Edward Morrison. Commissioner's Land Sales. Live Stock and Crops. flair THEN YOU WANT TO COME AND GET OUR "BEAUTY" PREPARATIONS. THEY CONTAIN NO HARMFUL INGREDIENTS AND WILL GIVE VIGOR TO YOUR HAIR, SOFTNESS TO YOUR SKIN AND SWEETNESS TO YOUR BREATH. HER HAIR AND COMPLEXION ARE THINGS A WOMAN SHOULD NOT NEGLECT. IT IS SO MUCH EASIER TO "PREVENT" HAIR FROM FALLING THAN TO RESTORE IT WHEN IT COMES OUT. SKIN CAN BE KEPT SOLF EASIER THAN MADE SOFT. LET US FURNISH YOUR TOILET ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS; THEN YOU CAN "RELY" ON WHAT YOU BUY. KODAK Deal with KODAK us and rely KODAK Card of Thanks. Muster Commissioner Leo Walls Deunie Sheeran went, to Louissold at llio courtboueo door in ville Monday with a load of hogs. We wish to thank our friends Hardinsburg Monday the follow for the kindness shown us during II. II. Norton shipped his first ing property: tho illness and death of our father. load of lambs last week. Ho 11. H McGlothlan dwolliug and Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Isom. cents a pound to tho two lots to li. 1$. McGlothlun for paid farmers. $1,184.75. Accepts Agency. Floyd property at Kingswood Herbert Dutschko shipped a cur It. M. Penick has accepted the loud of straw from Wobster ro to Lida W. Scott for $1,100. agency for tho Singer Sewing J. It. May's farm near Webster cently. He got $7.50 a ton for it Machine Co. at this place. His to Wallace Skillman for 500.50. f. o. b. cars. territory will also cover the cities Tlio Moore farm of 242 acres to I?ruel Holder reports that ho adjoining Cloverport. . C. Moore, Blackmun Moore h is paid out for stock ;f;4,000 since and E. A. Moore for 0,1100. .1 miliary 1. Lamb Buyers. H. II. Norton, of Wobster. cut Competitive Examination V. G. Goodman, Woinio Horsc-loH tons of clover buy oil' of two ,aud Titos Beard, Jr., were for Appointment to the horo Tuesday with lambs, pur State University. ucres. last chased at l'atosvillc. They shipped Beard Brothers bought load from llawesvillo and G head one Ilreckinridge county is allowed two week the following stock: appointments each year to the State hogs, 100 pounds uvcruge, from drove 150 head home. Thoy paid University. The law requires that these Itulph Lucas; M. O. Frank, 10 9 cents for them. appointments be made upon a competi tive examination held for that purpose. head, 150 average; William Luslie, Week End Party. We will, therefore, hold said examina- G head, 100 average; Sidney Johntion in the superintendent's office on son, 9 head, 170 average; D. Colo, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smart enTuesday, July 11, 1916. All parties in 3 head, 1G0 average; .1. W. tertained with a week end party terested will please be present on the Itceser, G head, 110 average; last week at their country home above named date. Charlie Wert, 13 head, 11)0 aver- near horo. Those present wore: J. W. TRKNT, Superintendent. age; Willie Howard, 11 head, 170 Mrs. A. T. Ad kin and children, average; C. G. llondrick, 24 head, of Irvington; Miss Ida Waggoner, M. E. Bulletin to be Published in July. 228 average. of Hopkinsville; Misses Ara and y Entertain For Visitors. Misses Alyce Lewis Dix and Sarah IJliza Dix, of Stephensport, were guests of Miss Ksther Payne Sunday. In the afternoon a reception was given the little girls by Miss I'ayne. The guests were: Lida Mae Kcid, Kleauora Misses Knglish, Alyce Couch and Klsie Refreshments were served. Your vacation will not be complete without a Kodak. Get our prices on Kodaks and supplies before leaving. on what you buy. linish cutting Farmers will The Methodist Ilulletin will be out the wheat this week. ltoports on second Sunday in July. In this issue yoild say that the crop is diort the Honor Roll for the third quarter will good. be published. but tpiality Mina Pato, of Cloveiport; Ada Country School Opens. Waggoner and Margurito Beavin, Miss Mina I'ate has been elected teachMessrs. Hoy Beavin, Paul Eldor, er for the Hardin school near Matting!, Allen Jennings and Simon Smart. The school will begin Monday, July 3, Produce Continuing 60 days, Saturdays excepted. Will positively sell all goods at cost each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. I am willing to sell all goods at cost and willing to work for nothing but there will positive be no "Jewing" or will be counted cash on all purchases. time lost on days of this sale. Will Berlin Monday, June 26, 1916 JULIAN H. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky. f Breckinridge CRe-organiz- ed on a Broad Basis to Promote Agricultural and Live Stock Interests ot the Section. Plenty of Running, Trotting and Pacing Maces. Fine Stock Show Rings, Great Floral Hall Display, LntDerafi Premiums oS SSseep, Hogs and Cattle. Everything Clean and Wholesome. No Gambling Devices, Immoral Shows or Intoxicants tolorated. 8 Big Free Attractions on Elevated Stage in tront of She Grand Stand. Something going all the time. No tiresome waits. Wednesday Louisville Day and Derby Day. Program so balanced that Every Day a Big Day. Big Automobile Race First Day. First Day Free to School Children and Old Peoples Day0 Plenty ot Good Ice Water Free to all and all the time in charge ot courteous attendants. All Trains Stop at the Fair Ground Gates. Excursion Rates on all Railroads. -Special Train From Cloverport July 26th and 27th County Fair, Races and Home Coming JULY 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1916 Send for Premium List C. C. GIVENS, MEMORIAL SERVICE General Manager, Henderson, Ky. PORT OF HEALTH 3 J. P. O'REILLEY, Secretary, Hardinsburg, Ky. f 1 n FOU Held at Union Star Last Satur-jn- e day in Memory of the Late Wm. j You'll Never Forget FOUND l- -. Has r cA Ladies' Personal (Account BEEN : cc- Discovery of Tanlac Made This Possible. would never lot his ship leave port without an anchor. He realizes that without something to hold his ship in control in casos of emergencies the craft would be left to A sea, McGlothlan -- Sketch of - His Useful Life. CONDUCTED BY MISS RICKETTS memorial service In honor of Win. McGlothlan was held in the Methodist church at Union Star taut .Saturday. Mr. McGlothlan died June 7, I Wis, and left his estate of several thousand dollars in trn't for the benefit o( the M. K church, South, and the p.iblic school of Union Star district. Ten dollars annually was to he paid to the church and the balance of the income from liU estate was given for the benefit of the public school of Union Star, which gives the children of that community a ten months school instead of six months. The women of the church, to show their appreciation of this wiss provision, thought it fitting that a memorial service to his memory should he held. The following program was arranged by Miss I'inU Ricketts and Miss Sallie Richardson, as.sist-- d bv the choir and other members of the church. The services were to have been conducted by the pastor, Rev. Gentry, but he could not be present on account of a An intc-reitin. captain U?S (Set wire iFl Tweo MY HAT iT T WONlPBv IP Receives the same close and careful attention by this bank as does the account of the Big Business concern whose account may run into the thousands Banking with us is a system worked out by years of experience and profiting by the experience of other large and successful fiinancial institutions Do your banking here it will assist you in keep-ta- b on your household expenses and show you where your money goes. ,To GAT UN : the mercy of the angry sea. In the same way an individual should guard himself against the ravages of diseases that have become so common Without something in this country. to aid nature in combating these ills-sto- liver, kidney and catarrhal disorders, the individual is lost. Thousands have sailed happily Into the port of Health on the eood ship Tanlac. Tanlac, the new reconstructr to sufive tonic, has been a fering humanity. The world is full of people with blighted lives blighted through the modern mode of living in irregularity and excesses. Tanlac Is changing the natural consequences of wrong living for Its users and is giving reuowed health and stiength to those mmy who have sought to regain the wealth they have thrown away Health. Rundown, nervous and half sick people shou d give their bodies a chance and take a tonic, appetizar and mvigorant that will build up the tissues and restote the stomach to a meeting at Stephens-portIn his alienee, Miss I'ink Ricketts mal working order. Tanlac will do Tanlac restores lost opened the services by rending a chap- this and more ter in thu Bible. The choir sang one appetite, brings good, lestful sleep, banishes that nervous, all gone feeling, of ttis deceased's favorite hymns. the entiro 15 Mr. K. Cox and Mr. 1). 6 Rich- vitlli.es the blood and gives ardson, the only persons living and system a toning up. To those who sutler the misery of a present 'vho I. new Mr. McGlothlan, apeach paid a glowing anil feeliog tribute worn out system, those who lack to his life and memory that brought petite, who fear to eat the things th.it they like, and licet tiie pains of an entears to the eves of the hearers. youR. feebled stomach Tanlac is a boon. Ml-- , i'ink Kic:,etts rcail tile following Tanlac is now being especially InFl RAT'SHIWEfcL". of Ids life. , sketch Wm McGlothlau was born October 7, troduced iu Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and In Stephensport at s 1801. and v.is married to Melviuu Four chil Shellman's Drug Store, where tho .imiut thu ve.r l'.'o, On completion of the program a prodren ulusscdthis union, John, Kdward, Tanlac Men dally explain its merits Mac!; and lilluu. (July one, Ii.iwird, and what may be expected from Its cession win formed, headed by the old veteran, R. B. Cox, carrying a beautireucned thu ae of maturity. Jutin died use. ful wreath of tlowers, sent (or the oe in young iti'tuliood; well might we say Ids sun went down at noon. His re spirit which prompts him to provide the casion by Mrs. C. .M. McGlothlan, of mains rest in the village cemetery at Bread of Life foi the hungry multitudes. West Point. The procession marched As the refreshing shower and the to the cemetery and decorated the Mauckport, Ind. Win. McGlothluu then moved his beautiful sunshine of God are shared graves of Willhtm and 15. R. McGlothfamily to llreckunridge county, and set alike by all, so iu this gift we recognize lan and others. tled on what is now known as the John the brotherhood of man. Verily, Wm M Frymire farm. While living there McGlothlan was actuated by none other Preparedness. the two youngest children, Mack and than the spirit of Christ. May the example of these plain, prac This is the slogan of the wise man. lillen, died. We would commend to the loving care of the owuer of this tical puople of half a century ugo, be an Stock are continually exposed to cuts, inspiration to coming generations, and wounds, scratches, etc, The man who farm thoj-- two lonely gravel.. is prepared has his healing remedy on Wm. McGlothlan located at Union may we emulate their virtues. On the 7th day of June, 1865, til's hand to stop all chances of blood Star in the year I85i, and began to do Karris' Healing Ilemedy is business with the public on a small spirit of Wm. McGlothlan took its poison. scale. His education was limited, but flight. We will not say he is dead. Highly Antiseptic. It is economical. his dealings were always marked hy the "To live iu hearts we leave behind Is One 5()c bottle makes $3.00 worth of a healing oil or ointment. Money rehonest integrity ol the man Ho lived nut to die." Mr. R. Ii. Cox sang a solo, "The Old funded If you are not satisfied. For in this community eleven years and ac' cumulated a few hundred dollars, and Musician and His iiurp." Miss Sallie sale at Wedding's Drug Store. during ii period of falling health and Rlchardsuu phi) iug the accompau) ment continued sickness his mind seems to on the organ. I tils song was full of BIG SPRING. have grasped the larger things of life. feeling and sentiment and well rendered Yea, eternal life and love for his fellow-ma- n by Mr. Cox, who is Hi years old. Miss Annie Ricketts then spoke feel warmed up his heart und enlightMiss Zelma Strother returned Thursened his mind, and, perhaps his medi- ingly ot the deceased members oi the tation us he lay on his sick bed, was Missionary Society : Miss ISIiza Urushear, day from a week's stay with Mrs. C. D. something liko this: Men are convinced fust president; Miss Naomi Chappell, Hardaway, near Bewleyville. of the truth and saved by the word of first vice president; Mrs. acob I'. SeMiss IJsttll Vogt, of Jeffersontown, is God, preached und expounded. And as vers, Mrs. 15. A. Ricketts, Mrs. Sallie the guest of her sister, Mrs. C, B. Witt. ho looked down the vista of time, vis- Uruner, Mrs, J. II. Canary, Miss Mattle C. C. Martin was In Louisville last ions of the coming generations rose up Milnet ami Mrs. Hewitt Richardson. A beautiful duett was then sung by week. before him, and being a practical mm, Mrs. Kate Kasey returned to Vine provision for defraying the expenses of Mrs. W. L. Milneracd Miss Letitia Grove Friday, after a week's visit to the church and carrying on the work of Cashma ... The class leaders were: Peter Cash- - her daughter, Mrs. Will Griffith. the same must be made, and out of his Miss Leah Meador left Friday for honest savings, he dedicated liO an- man, Jacob lilack and S. S. Urushear. Joseph Cashmau wus the faithful sex West Poiut to vibit her sister, Mrs. T, nually to this church tor that purpose. C. Williams. The man who shares his meager sus- ton who rang the bell for forty yeurb. The services were Intersnereed with tenance with his fellowman exhibits a Mrs. Louis Jenkins, of Groveland, is church hymns by the choir. noble spirit, but infinitely greater th here for a two week's vibit to her par life-save- Farmers Bank Hardinsburg, Ky. j Woman's Home Companion Contains Many Short Stories and Serials J 1 Short Stories: The Vintage Househusband Wanted A Shoehorn Chloe Malone The Blue Envelope Got i IS Raw-ling- m ents, Mr and Mrs. R. S. Dowell. Schuyler Martin spent several days last week in Louisville. James Harned, of Vine Grove, spent Friday with his niece, Mr. Wilt Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffith and children spent Thursday at Vine Grove with her mother, Mrs Kasey. Mrs. C. B. Witt und Miss Ruth Witt were week end guests of Mrs. Preston Foote at Bewleyville. R. S. Dowell returned Saturday from ISIIzabethtuwu, where he had been for two weeks on the jury. Miss Lillian Vogt, of Jeffersontown, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. C. B Witt. Miss Leland Butler, who has been here for two months teaching music, left Saturday for her home ut Harned. Big Sptlng Lodge No. 82(1 will meet in their hall July 1, for the purpose of confering first and second degrees. B. H. Springate and children, of Custer, passed through en route from Louisville Saturday. 1 m Other Attractive Articles: Peace at Any Price The Tower Room Your Son's Career Summer Fashions IS) FALLS OF ROUGH Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sarver, of Van zant, spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brock and family have returned from Tar Springs, Misses Xie and Ploy Ilutler, of Leitchfield, are visiting relatives near here. - L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Miss Eliza I'eutress, Mr, McKiuley and Ilohert Allen atid Miss Stella Allen Growing Hogs. Life, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. For a hog to be profitable he must be Sam Morgan. kept growing from birth to marketing Ray McCoruiack, of Leitchfield, spent age. He cannot be profitable unless Saturday and Suuday with relatives. he Is healthy. He can always be in a The Modern Woodmeu of this place Old Reliable Companies profit producing condition if he is fed gave a picnic the 24th. Everybody enB. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We joyed themselves, positively tell that this remedy prevents Miss Mabel lirock has returned from cholera, removes worms and cures A healthy man Is a king In his own thumps. If the powder does not make Owensboro where she visited relatives. Miss Mamie Hall, of Hardinsburg, is right; an unhealthy man an unhappy good, we will. For sale at Wedding's spending a few days with friends. Drug Store. slave. For Impure blood and sluggish liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Accident, Health Insurance. old-tim- e Subscribe Today Tty a Want Ad. Today the market 35 years. Si.OO a bottls. Of the Fiscal Court at a Called Term February 28, 1916, Also at Its Regular Term in April, 1916. At a called terra of the UrecklnrlilEe -- Countv Fiscal Court, called and held nt In HardlnsburR, Ken the court-hous- e tucky, on Mondnv. February the 2Sth. 1(116. Object of meeting to procure State Aid for bulldlnc Public Roads and for the transaction of any other business that the Court may see proper to take up. Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell, presiding Judge of Breckinridge County Court, and the following named Justices D. C. Heron, Abe of the Peace, Bennett, C. E. Robblns, W. V. Baxter, S. D. Cox and J. J. Keenn, being nil of the Justices of the Peace In commls t: No. 9. across a rather interesting news 1CAME the other day. It was about a little old woman in Philadelphia who lind never been insido a modern department store, never rode in an automobile or in the subway of her home town and had never heard of wireless telegraphy. IF THIS OLD LADY SHOULD STEP INTO STORES IN ONE OF THE DEPARTMENT HER HOME CITY OR IN ONE OF OUR OWN SHE WOULD BE AS MUCH ASTOUNDED FINE ESTABLISHMENTS SHE UNDOUBTEDLY WAS AT THE SIGHT OF HER FIRST AUTO. big AS mm 1 of the Sample Camp, No. 13,396 SATURDAY, JULY The members will give a Picnic Instead of musty smelling, dimly lighted, unattractive rooms, with nil sorts of merchandise heaped indiscriminately about, wo havo big, cheerful) air' and brilliantly lighted stores to stroll through, which is a pleasslon. On motion of Squire Heron, and ure in itself. And each lino of goods is attractively displayed in a speseconded by Squire Keenan, the follow- cial section of its own where you pick and choose at your leisure. INSTEAD OF CONSTANT HAGGLING OVER PRICES BETWEEN MERCHANT AND BUYER, EVERYTHING IS STRICTLY ONE PRICE, AND EVEN A CHILD CAN SHOP WITHOUT FEAR OF BEING OVERCHARGED. ing is passed by the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, as follows, to wit: Be it Resolved, That the public interest demands the Improvement and construction of a public road on the Louismiles, beginning ville road for about , same being a and running to at y seat road portion of the connecting Hardlnsburg, the county seat of Breckinridge county, with Leltchfield, the county seat of Grayson county, and Brandenburg, county seat of Meade county, on the most direct and practical route; and it is the sense of this Court that said road be improved under State aid and State supervision during 1918. Application is hereby made to the Commissioner of Public 1,000 of the State Road Reads for Fund to be apportioned to Breckinridge county for the Improvement of said road. It appears that the Fiscal Court of Breckinridge county has for the purpose of constructing roads and bridges in 10l5, exclusive of the fund received from the State as Breckinridge county's State aid apportionment $9,000. That Breckinrldce county had in addition' to ,thU $2,000 from the polltax.all of which was devoted to the improvement of Vroads and bridges for Breckinridge county. Therefore, it is ordered that t,he Fiscal Court of Breckinridge county petition the State of Kentucky and the State Commissioner of Public Roads for $3,000 of the State Road Fund for the use of this county for the improvement of road aforesaid, atd agrees to furnish a like amount. In case $3,000 exceeds the amount that may be apportioned Breckinridge county for the j ear 1016, then in that case the Fiscal Court of Breckinridge county requests the pioportionate amount of the State Road Fund that may be apportioned to Breckinridge county. It is further ordered that a copy of resolutions and a copy of this ( these Court Order be ceitified to the Com missioner of Public Roads for his approval. Those voting in the affirmative: D. C. Heron, Abe Bennett. C. E. Robblns, W. W. Baxter. S. D. Cox, J. J. Keenan, being all the Justices of the Peace in Breckinridge county. On motion of Esquire Robbins, sec onded by Etqulre Baxter, which motion carried, R. M. Basham and Esquire J J. Keenan are hereby appointed to inspect and see if a road can be located that will eliminate the bridge over Honey Locust creek, and they will report at the April term of this court. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, R. M. Basham, County Road Engineer, is ordered to make an inspection of the wooden bridge at Clifton Mills and make a full report of his findings at the April term of this court. On motion, duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that Judge D. D. Dowell and the County Road Engineer, R. M. Basham, be and they are hereby appointed a Committee to purchase for Breckinridge county, usuitabls Engineer and Surveyors outfit, and a sufficient amount of money is hereby appropriated to pay for same. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the Magistrates per diem be allowed, same to be paid out of the 1915 levy, as follows, to wit: D. C. Herou, 1 day, 9y, Abe Bennett, 1 day, $3; S. D. Cox, 1 day, $3; W. W. Baxter, 1 day, $3; C. E. Rob-bini day, $3; J. J. Keenan, 1 day, $3. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that court adjourn. D. D. DOWELL, J. B. C. Inter-count- Now when you buy anything and it docs not prove satisfactory you can return it and cither havo it exchanged for other goods or get your money back. Now wo havo elevators to save climbing; wo have free deliveries of merchandise to our homes; we have "rest rooms" where we can tako our case in quiet after the fatigue of shopping and many other conveniences and comforts which our mothers never dreamed of. AND THE END IS NOT YET. THE BRIGHTEST MINDS IN THE COUNTRY ARE CONSTANTLY PLANNING INNOVATIONS AND IMPROVE-MENT- S TO MAKE YOUR SHOPPING AS PLEASANT AND COMFORTABLE AND PROFITABLE AS POSSIBLE. MRS. SHREWD SHOPPER. at the Falls of Sinking Creek, on the Hardinsburg and Union Star road, one-ha- lf mile South of Sample, Ky., July 1, 1916. This is expected to be one of the big days of the season. verybody Come and Enjoy the Day With Us M. W. of A. ; view a route leading from the Tar A. J. Dye, Deputy Sheriff's ftes, 10 00 itemized Springs to the Bowling Green road, for the purpose of opening a road over said A. T. Beard, S. B. C , .Sheriff' 307 20 fees, itemiz. d route to eliminate the reconstruction of a bridge over Huney Locust creek, and the communication In relerecce to filed the following report: nd order of the Ohio County Fiscal "To the Honorable Fiscal Court of Court, on th propositi survey of the Breckinridge county: We, your Com- line as between Ohio and Breckinridge missioners appointed at n former term counties, the order of the Ohio County Fiscal Court was duly read to this court of this court to view a route for a roa and the matter discussed nt length. A frorr Tar Springs to the Bowling Grsen road, report as follows: On March 3I, motion was duly made, .seconded and we went and viewed said grounds and carried, and after a yea and nay vc.te, we th'nk we can get a route that is said order was tabled anil no action I A good place for Fishing and Bathing; plenty of Shade, Good Water, Refreshments of all kinds. A p Good String Band will furnish Music for the Day. fj Time and money will not be spared to make this one of the most enjoyable days of this season. Good order will be maintained. J & practicable to make a road on, but we were unable to see any of the parties over whose land we proposed to run, so we are unable to repoit to damage they would claim." Respectfully, R. M. BASHAM, . J. J. KEK.VAN. Ou motion duly made, seconded and carried, said Committee is retained to make a further investigation and they will make an additional report at the earliest date possible. It is ordered by the court t: at the following claims be, and they are hereby allowed: The Good RoadsMnchinery Co., 1 Road Grader to be paid for out of 1st Magisterial District Road Fund amounting to $225, less $29.07 freight, making a $204 03 total of Wilson & Company, Pauper Coffin coo C. V. Robertson, County Clerk's 208 fees, Itemized Dr. R. W. Meador, medical at O5 tention to pauper, itemized... John D. Shaw, lumber, itemized Mrs. Fannie Johnson, attention to pauper A. T. Beard, Election Commis day Hardee. Ball, Election Commis sioner 1 II 00 5X1 5 i0 00 2 00 ' 00 Z sioner 1 day. C. Hendrick, Election Com missioner 1 day - 00 C. V. Robertson, Clerk Commis sioner 1 day 2 00 CO Pal Garner, Tax Supervisor 13 10 davs S. M. Jackson, Tux Supervisor rJ 13 days R. T. Polk, Tax Supervisor 13 1U days S. W. Bassett, Tax Supervisor 13 days U 50 80 50 Roy C. V. Cain, Tax Supervisor 13 19 50 31 5O 1 -- days Robertson, Clerk Tax Su pervisor I7 days Company, Co. claim claim Elliott-Fishe- r itemized Standard Printing itemized 0 " h,8 I 1 I 5''LrE. ' C. Murray, claim itemized.. 7 50 D. C. Heron, claim itemized.... J. J. Keenan, claim itemized... 7 50 H. L. Stader, for the use and benefit of J. J. Keenan, claim 2 (X) Itemized Clint Lyons, furnishings for pau April Term 1916. 8 3s per, Itemized a regular term of th) Breckinridge Allen R. Klncheloo, claim itemAt 25 00 ized County Fiscal Court, began and held at Beard & Lewis, claim Itemized. 8 65 In Hardlnsburg, the court-hou5 50 tucky, on Tuesday, April the 4th, I9IO. J. T. Hoben, pauper coffiu Present: Hon. D. I). Dowell, presiU- - J.T. Hoben, furnishings for jail 7 Is itemized ing Judge of the Breckinridge County ... I I..,.tU0 D. R. Murray for use and benefit UOUrt, aUU 1110 IOUUWIUK Uiliuou juanv-vof the Bank, of Hardlnsburg & D. C. Heron. C. nf the Pence, Trust Co., claim itemized..... I5O 00 Keenan, S. D. Cox, Robbins, J. J. V. W. Baxter and Abe uennett, Deing W. C. Pate, Deputy Sheriff's 55 7s fees, itemized all of the Justices ot the Peace in comW, H. Gibson, Deputy Sheriff's mission. 5s 50 fees, itemized Came R. M. Basham, County Road s, H. 5 00 24 00 se 1 to-w- it: Engineer, and Esquire J. J. Keenan, the Committee heretofore appointed to T. B. Carman, Deputy Sheriff's fees, ItemUed 67 00 taken. The County Judge of Breckinridge county, having been notified by the Statu Board of EuurilizitUm that the assessed valut- - of all lands ami personal property subject to equalization has been raised 5 per cent, by said Board, and the assessed value of all town lots has been raised 10 per cent, by said Board, and that April the Ith, 1!U6, is the day set by said Board for hearing at Frankfort. On motion duly maoe, sec onded and carried, it is ordered that the County Judge be, aiid he is hereby a Committee of one, to select witnesses to appear before said Board on that date for and ou behalf of Breckinridge county, and u sufficient amount of money is hereby appropriated to defray thtir expenses. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that a suv? of $240 be and is hereby appropriated for jan itor service for the term o: twelve and County months for the court-hous- e Attorney's office, and further that a sum of $60 per year is hereby appro priated for electric lights for court house and jail. It appearing that the term of W. J. Hall. Poor House keeper, has expired, and on motion of Esquire D. C. Heion, seconded by Esquire J. J. Keenan, the said W. J. Hall was put in nomination as said Poor House keepfor er; no other nomination being belore the court, and a yea and nay vote being D. C. taken resulted as follows, Heron, yea; W. W. Baxter, vea; S. 1). Cox, yea; Abe Bennett, yea; C. E. Rob-tinyea; J. J. Keenan, yea. The re suit being unanimous, the said W. J. Hall is elected Poor House keeper for, the term of two yeurs from this date. The Office of Pauper Commlssioneer having expired at this term of the Court, Mr. C. M. Haston, the present incumbent being nominated, and no other nominations being before the Court, and a yea and nay vote being taken resulted In a unanimous election of the said C. M. Ileston for a term of two years from this date as Pauper Commissioner aforesaid, and his salary will be as heretofore fixed by this Court at $100.00 per annum. The Office of County l'hyslclan hav ing expired at this term of the Court, Dr. J. E. Kincheloe, the present incumbent being nominated, and no other nominations being before Ihe Court, aud a yea and nay vote being taken resulted In a unanimous election of the said Dr J. K. Kincheloe for the term of two years from this data as County Physician aforesaid, and his salary will be as heretofore fixed by this Court at $75.00 per annum. He t resolved by the Fiscal Court Kentucky, of Breckinridge County, J, E. Monarch, H. C. Murray and Esquire C. E. Robblns be, and they are hereby appointed a committee of three to confer with the City Council of Hardlnsburg, Ky., relative to Installing a clock on the Courthouse, and they will make their report herein at the next term of this Court. 1 t: Premiums as Follows: Prettiest Baby . H $ on the grounds, a Gold Ring Largest Family on the grounds, $2.00 $ Person catching Largest Fish out of Falls will receive a Steel Rod and Reel . f in n DfiRPDT; Committee 1 It Is ordered by the Court that the! following claims for Klectlon Officers' and houses for holding the election of November, I915. be and the same are hereby allowed: HardlnsburR No. I. J. E. Monarch C. M. Heston Pat Sheeran W. A. Sklllman Hardlnsburg No. 2. Taylor Beard Marshall Norton Jas. P. Kennedy G. P. Macy Hardlnsburg No. 3. Andrew Drlskell W. L. Seaton C. K Robblns D. S Miller 2 00 shellhan l. P. STEWART G. BASHAM V. H. BEAUCHAMP $ f-10- f . Splendid 206 F arm For Sale 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Acres on Hardinsburg and Cloverport Pike live miles from Hardinsburg, known as the Ralph Walker farm. IMPROVEMENTS : Three Room Box House, Two Stock Barns, One Tobacco Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken House, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 acres in first growth timber. 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Hardlnsburg No. 4. Miller J. L.- - llall J. M. Skillmau Paul Shrewsbury Ualltown. T. M. Bates T. H. Chancellor II. V. Frank .. II. Taul Cloverport No. 1. J. A. Waggoner Joe lleavln Floyd Carter Mike Li. V. ChaDln For Price and Terms Call 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 1 Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardlnsburg, Ky. 3 40 2 00 60 2 00 3 60 2 00 !l Special Premiums At Fair Tho preparation of tho premium lint of tho llrcckiimdgo County Fair to bo hold .July 2S, 2T, 27, 2S, 191(5, is under way and tho hooks will bo issued early in Juno. Those wishing to rivo hpecinl premiums for the Kair or wishing spaco in tho advortiMiii: pages of iho hook should communicate with ,1. 1 O'KKILLKY, Secretary, Hardinsburg, Ky. with- in the next ten days. Cloverport No. 2. Geo. N. Harris K. T. Polk W. B. Allen 11. Li. !l 60 2 00 .! 00 CO Stader 2 Cloverport No. J. E niack C. G. Ilrabandt 3. i J. W. Kdmondbon W. V. Perkins 60 2 00 II 60 2 00 2 00 60 Stspliensport. Jas. T. Uasham S. H. Dlx S. 15. Laslia Win. Gilbert Union Star. H. Li. Bruner K. M. Cart W. a. lleauchamp Horace McCoy Continued on pane 0 i ISO DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERA1ANENT... 2 00 2 0" 4 40 DENTIST Office Hours: 4.40 2 00 ffcSj'Kytfi Always In ofllco durlUK lofflcu bourn; Ml Klpsr, and Mr. Klpcr last Sunday and i CATTLERECEIPTS attended children's night at Calvsrt ..1 Mrs, llettle Hayes was the guest of JOHN D. RABBAGG, Editor and Publisher her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Tucker, last From Louisville Stock Pens. week. iV,i.ii!i,'i ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY A r sA int In A sirs. One Steer Sells at $10.25, Mrs. Shcllic McCoy and Mrs. Rey nolds, of McCoy, were In town shop. Hogs Record High Price. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28 1916 ping Friday. I Active and Higher. Denver Robinson visited his parents m udsssssssssssw.eu abbbbI .r J ebbw Mr. and Mrs. John Koblnson, at War ned Monday and Tuesday. A now high record price for Milner, the Infant son of Mr. and steers was recorded at tho Louis-villwi vr;rBWiBBBBB zvl u wuivzesxr Mrs, C. M. Aldrldge, who was serious live stock pens Monday when Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. ly ill as the result of being bitten by a He is thought to be ono steer, weighing 1,210 pounds, rat, Is improviLg. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. crossed tho scales at $10.25 per out of danger now. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Mrs. John Pile Miss Ada Pile, Mrs. hundred; tho market as a wholo Lura Parson, Mrs. Bettie Hayes, Mr. was a weak affair. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. and Mrs. J S.Tucker and Mrs. Will Trading was low, duo to too Cannon were cuests of Mrs. Mamie many half fat grassy kinds and Compton Friday. KEEPING THE SABBATH IN SUMMER. other medium and common stuff. Miss Neva Milner, who has been vis Tho Washington Post recently had nn editorial depicting the Iting relatives here and at McCoy, has Prices were fully 25 to 50c lower. character of Sabbath observance in Miidisonville, Ky. Tho Post's returned to her home near flamed. Choice cornfed hogs, 200 pounds editorial follows: J P. Milner, Jr., of Madrid, washers and up, $9.70; 120 to 200 pounds, Monday. "John A. Ashby, n farmer of near Madisonvillo, forgot $9.50; pigs, $8.10 and $8.85; it was Sabbath and hitched up his team and loaded his wagon Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Hart are on the roughs, $8.70 down. with corn with tho intention of coming to Madisonville. sick list. Choice spring lambs, $11 and When about a quarter of a mile from homo ho met James Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Tucker, of Mc $11.10; second, $8 and $8.75; Liberty Is freedom. Freedom Is the most precious Slaton, who asked him what he had in his sacks and where Coy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aldrldge and culls, $0 nnd $8; best fat sheop, he was going. possession of any man. INDEPENDENCE Is what our Mr. AsMiy informed him and when told it I. L. Milner, of Mook, and P. D. Mil Upon being was Sunday remarked: 'Do you mean it.?' $8.25 and $0.75; bucks, $5 down. fathers fought and died for. UYou don't have to die for ner, of Humeri, were here last week. satislicd in "was Sunday ho turned his team homeward, and Tho calf market ruled steady, freedom. You can put money in our Bank and grow a when crossing the field was seen by his son, Burnett Ashby, best veals bringing 9 and FORTUNE that will free you from the dread of debt and who in the meantime had hitched old "Beck" to tho plow HARNED. medium and common slow. poverty. and had gone to work. Later both father and son attended thoughtlessness." NOW Is the time to start Right NOW. church to make amends for their ' Mrs. Rosa Hilton spent Sunday night Sunday. In this ago of business activity wo seem to luck time for the obPut YOUR money In OUR bank servance of the Sabbath day. Not only in tho large cities is this day with Mrs. S. M Crume. Chas. Payne attended tho meet one of pleasure and recreation for those who find it necessary to work Mrs V. G. Goodman and sons, Owen ing of the Postmantci s Association Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,00000 few days with all tho week, but this is also found in towns of smaller size, where tho and Sloy, are spending a Louisville last week. Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Goodman, of Westview. at Mr. and Mrs L s. day is spent in Miss Ora Leigh lllack was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Pile. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. UNITED STATES AS WOULD LEADER. SENATOR JAMES' SPEECH Mrs. Amanda Tucker, who has been Tables soon to be published by the Bureau of Foreign and Do- spending a few weeks here the guest of HARDINSBURG, KY. of the United States, relatives, went to McDaniels Sunday mestic Commerce in its 101.1 statistical ab.-trait iiii aammiwim.m will show thi country leads the world in the production of many afternoon to be the guest of her son and The Convention Chairman's Eu C. Tucker. Some foods arc included. America laughter, Dr. and Mrs. J; logy of President Wilson. basic articles of commerce Several from here attended the chil stands lir.t among the nations in its out put of coal, iron and steel, dren's night at Westview Sunday. All copper, petroleum and silver. It leads too, in thctc agricultural report a good program. Chicago. June 1C Senator Olllc M. productions: Cotton, corn, wheat, oats, apples, hay and tobacco. .Mr. and Mrs. H II. Moorman enter James In his nddress as permanent In gold production tho United States stands second, with South tained Sunday afternoon Mrs Moorman, chairman of tho Democratic national America first. The United States produces 40 per cent of tho world's Mr. and Mrs. Vie. Payne and children convention praised the present adminWith Our flew Shop to Receive and Contract istration for Its "matchless record of iron out put: CO percent of petroleum; cotton, 50 per cent; silver, 25 and Mr. and Mrs Vic Pile. We are sorry to say that Mrs. Willis promises kept" nnd for freeing the SO per cent. per cent; corn, f0 percent: oats, ;0 per cent; and tobacco FOR ALL CLASSES OF HACHINE WORK senate from tho control of the great In Payne is no better at this writing. ranking It elective by tho Quite a number of young folks spent terests by Time and again short items and correspondence letters reach this people at the polls and for driving In office unsigned. Newspaper men have learned from experience that an enjoyable Sunday afternoon with Dr. visible government, the lobby, out of OUR NEW BUILDING and Mrs J. W Matthews listening to Tho their new piano plnyer. communications without a name should not be published. Washington. is thoroughly equipped with new special machinery for quick writer's name MUST appear on all contributions. To make sure that Mrs. Phoeba Drane is some better at Referring to the tariff question, Mr. and serviceable work. James said the present law was an will be published, SIGN YOUH NAME. your letter this writing. achievement to be proud of, declared Miss Nevah Milner, who has been visOUR GENERAL REPAIR SHOP a schedule in it fosters a . Tho two things that make the Democratic platform stand out iting at McDaniels, McCoy and Madrid, that "not not a rate in it protects a monopoly; is ready for all kinds of repair work Automobile, Gas and among the great political documents of the country's history are its returned home last Sunday trust." and said that new trade condiSteam Engines, Tank Work, Farm Machinery of all kinds. is a charter of national honor Americanism and its Democracy. It Miss Mamie Elliott attended the home tions after the war would be met by Gasoline Boats and General Blacksmith Work. coming at Kirk Sunday. appropriate legislation. Then he touchand individual freedom. deC. M Aldridge was here from Mc- ed on the federal reserve law and OUR F0URDRY DEPARTMENT Hed blooded Americans resent criticism of the President from Daniels Sunday and reported his little clared that it abolished panics and that it had saved this country from a those who dare not say whut thoy would have done had they been in son, Milner, much better. can do all kinds of Casting, either from your pattern or we financial upheaval when the present the President's place. Miss Lillian May spent Sunday night war broke out. can mako you a pattern from your drawings or blue prints, with Miss Nora McCoy. and at prices far less than in the larger cities. Referring to the Mexican situation, What has Wilson done that you would have undone? That is Mr. and Mrs II. D. Smiley were the Mr. James said President Wilson has the question every voter must answer before he goes to tho polls in guests of their sister, Mrs. Geo. Drane, a handled it ably and that "bis policy has been the same as that of Abraham LinNovember. few days last week. CLOVERPORT BOAT & MANUFACTURING CO. coln under like conditions more than Mrs. Missouri Bruington was the guest half a century ago. When the Repub True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom Incorporated of her son, Rev. C L. Bruington, lican platform at Chicago denounced known until it is lost. CLOVERPORT, KY. Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 1 0. the Mexican policy of Woodrow Wilson it denounced at the same tlmo the simiMiss Mary Hall visited relatives at lar Mexican policy of Abraham LinSTEPHENSP0RT. Mystic Saturday. L0DIBURG. colnthe one they have heretofore A. n. Cashman and family and Mrs. called the 'patron saint' of the Republican party." T. Itasham spent last week with his Davis attended the all day meeting at J. A. M. Hardin and Dr. J. M. Union Star Sunday. Mr. James, discussing Americanism, parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Hasliam. wero said that of those who came here as Miss Alene Driskell, of Louisville, is Hardin, of Brandenburg, Mrs. L. H. Bosley was the guest of her well as' those who were born here, called to Kansas City hist week to "all we ask Is that the song you shall daughter, Mrs. K. I. Stephenson, Tues- the guest of relatives and friends. Mrs. Joe Ilrashear, of Hardin Grove, be at the bedsido of their brother, bold dearest to your heart Is the 'Star day. We might talk to you for years about the "High Quality" of " Miss Henrietta Ahl, of Rvansville, was Intl., and daughter, Mrs Whitmarsh S. E. Hardin, who is very low. Spangled Banner.' Mr. James defended the preparedness the guest of Miss Grace T. Wright Sun- and children, of Muncie, Ind., were the We arc glad to report he is some Finishing Lumber, Building Hardware, Paint, Wire Fence policy of the administration and deguests of Mrs. Win. Gilbert Wednesday. day. bettor. livered a powerful and glowing eulogy Mrs. Jarboe, of Mt. Cannel, III., is Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hanks returned Si nnd the various other lines which we sell,, and still fail to not President Wilson's achievements in t Mrs. Kobcrt Cart, of Clinton, of cause of peace. He said: from Cloverport Saturday, after a visit to the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Almon the w into your mind the actual knowledge and belief that is ours. Ramsey. Mo., is hero visiting hor brother, Some of the president's opponents tell their daughter, Mrs. John Weisenberg, AS The best thing for you to do is to make us "prove it" us that the president's forelen policy has Miss Maud Smith returned from Valley June Bandy and Mrs. Bandy. K. It. Illane and family, of Lakeland, 0 been evil and vacillating. Tonight Fla., arrived Thursday to spend several Station Saturday, accompanied by Miss Mrs. Chas. Payne and daughter, an American fathers will Gather around fSi FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Blanche Agnes Martin, who will spend unbroken family fireside with their weeks. Incorporated ifli Eva, and son, Marvin, attended wives at their sides and their children the summer. knees and contrast that with FORDSVILLE, KY. JAKE WILSON, Manager Mrs. Kayhorn, of Oweusboro, was the church at Union Star last Sunday. around their the world of broken fireold world, the Rev. Christy Gentry, pastor, and Rev. guest of Mr. and Mrs. I'erry Kemp last sides and Rloom and mourning upon every Crow, evangelist, closed a successful Mr. and Mrs. Dick Claycomb, hand. It that Is evil and vacillating, may week. meeting at the Methodist church Friday of Webster, visited Mr. and Mrs. God prosper It and teach It to the ruler 15. Sills, of New York, arrived Rev. U. of the old world. night. Without orphaning a slnglo American Chits. Payne last Saturday. Monday to spend his vacation with his child, without widowing a single AmeriMrs. A. J. .Miller and daughter, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Nannie Sills. can mother, without firing a single gun or Mr. and Mrs. Elbort Cart, of We are Packing THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tea nvat wim money; vakeour declaration sn wjarwmmis siari w.?m mmam IbbbbbWJ M EIGHT PAGES. .ccouat; r.mmu a MtV o ; amu-cment- ct WE ARE NOW READY "Prove It" 20,000,-00- Mrs. Lura Parson, of Leltchfield, Is vlsltlne relatives here. Mrs. John Pile and daughter, Miss Ada, of Mook, were the guests of relatives Thursday nicht and Friday. Mrs. Hob Carwile and children were the cuests of her sister, Mrs. Mart Glasscock, Thursday and Friday. Misses Nettle and Katie Aldridgc were the quests of their brother, U. M. Aldridce, and family Sunday and MonMiss I.elah Tucker, of Cloverport, is day. the guest of .Miss Virginia Whitworth. Mrs. Andy Dudgeon had as supper Jamison Hawkins, of Louisville, came guests last Thursday night tho folSunday to spend his vacation with his lowing: Mrs. Lura Parson, Dr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. 1), Hawkins. Mrs. J, fj. Tucker, Mrs. John Pile and Mrs. A. M. Miller, of Cloverport, is daughter, Miss Ada, and Mrs. llettle Hayes. the guest of relatives. Miss 151izabeth Iiuglish, of Amnions, Mrs. Mart Glasscock and daughter, will spend the summer with her grand- Jessie Alice, were guests of her sister, mother, Mrs, A. II, Crawford. Mrs. Carwle, Saturday. Mrs. il. Ii; Parish, of Cloverport, is Mr. and Mrs. Join Mattingly were the guest of Mrs. O. W. Dowell, guests of their daughter, Mrs. Herman l'ry-mir- e, Can-nelto- James Kissam, of Somerset, is visiting 15, J. Handy. Miss Ida Nottingham, of I.odilmrg, was the guest of Mrs. W.J. Schopp Sunday. Miss I.ucile Hardin, of Holt, is the guest of .Miss Marion Dix. Misses llobliic Ilrodie and Georgia of Chenault, were guests of Mrs. V. J. Schopp Tuesday. Mrs. 15, J. Handy and niece, I.ucile Kissntn, went to Chenault Wednesday to visit Mrs. Tula 1'ryniire. Mrs. Uugene Conner was the week end gues,t of Mrs Sue Wedding at his grandmother, Mrs. James .Montgomery, of Louisville, spent Friday with Mrs. Win. Gilbert. McDANIELS. California, are hero visiting rela- the most militant BPlrlt that ever brooded above a battlefield the concession of tives this week. American demands and American rights. for peace. His fondHe has Mr. and Mrs. .las. Skillman, of est hope, struggled fervent prayer Is for his most his own beloved Mystic, visited Mr. and Mrs. the peace, not only of world. When the country, but of all the come, and before the Oscar Fronch last Sunday. last great day shall court of Ood the nations of this earth If you want to see a shall march in Judgment rovlew, who is have our lawn and beautiful flowers call on It that would the blood president exchange bespattered places with of the old world? I can see him Mrs. B. F. Hardin, Lodiburg. streaming upon his with the white light say, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Claycomb, head and hear tho Master they "Blessed shall be are the peacemakers, for of Webster, wore tho guests, of called the children of God." crucible of all history the bloodiest Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Payne lust heInhas kept tho stainless banner of the republic dying above 100,000,000 of people Sunday. In peace and In honor. He elevates himself to that lofty but Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Argabright lonely eminence occupied by George WashFolt-neington, Abraham Lincoln and Woodrow visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson, the three worst abused but best of Mystic, last Sunday. beloved' Americans tne republic ever knew, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tiudall, of America cannot afford to changn leadercataclysm this Evansvillo, visited Mr. and Mrs. ship during nations great the earth, forthat to of shakes the Woodrow Wilson more, than any other Chas. Macy last Sunday. peocitizen In all the world the Christian the sun rain Mr. and Mrs. James Jolly, of ple, wherever the around,falls oranxiously, look shines this world Samplo, visited Mr. and Mrs. hopefully and pruyerfully that he will armies of the Robert Wiodman, of Irvington, bring peace to party struggling that would Is it now Europe. What dare undertake to discredit this master Sunday. diplomat, this unconquerable leader, this by that you may Mrs. Brown, of Evansvillo, vis- great American, formay writ the peace palsy the hand that ited her nieco, Mrs. Cbas. Maoy, treaty of the world well-keman-arc- shedding a drop of blood, he wrung from Coupons That Are Worth Money To You Sacks of any in each 24 and 48-lof our flour. This is a Profit-sharin- g grade offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or b. ask your'grocer about it. LEWISP0KT MILL CO., : Lewispnrt, Ky. r, eJ. X. HOBEN HARDINSBURG, KY. Funeral Director and Embalmer I will handle work in this lino anywhero in Breckinridge county and at reasonable rates. CASKETS, ROBES and BUlilAL SUITS of all kinds will bo found at ray establishment at Second and Court Stroota. I Vhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, JUNE ' 28, 1910 Ky Do Not Forget The BIG CENTENNIAL THE TOWN SLOUCH IS Ily .ELLIS M. CLAKICH.. Bntercd at tlio PostOflllcentOloTerport, as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED 4h OF JULY CELEBRATION Hot Weather Koolers! FOR MEN s ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE Nrw vnnK JMANCHES GENERAL OFFICES AMn n.utnAnn Cannelton, Ind. TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916 Great Balloon Ascension and Parachute Leap from 2,000 Feet. Acrobatic Performance a Si Straw Hats, B. Sport Shirts I & IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES R4TEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 500 Feet in the Air ( & V. D. Underwear Washable Ties, 25c and 50c $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices $6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 Por State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 .- For Cards, per line For All Publications In the interest o( individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Military Band of 24 Pieces String Orchestra Plenty of Shade and Shelter Piano and Trap Drums Dancinn Afternoon and Ninht Plenty to Eat and Drink. Oxfords ' Thin Hosiery ;JJi Duck Trousers Shirt Waists Fireworks at Night Wcttles, Vho'o Baldheadcd. ii p Oy Cawklno Sure Does Envy Old Man Heforo they art) married tit things that tin nays To th" slrl of his heart ko a mlshty lone I jgj Bj FOR WOMEN White Skirts Muslin Skirts in white organdie dresses, carrying Frence bouquets, will be the (lower girls. Preceding the bride aud groom Miss Betsy .Moorman, youngest sister of the bride, will enter, attired in white organdie carrying a bouqtiet.of pink sweet peas. The bride and groom will walk down the ribbon aisle, together, followed by the Rev Kasey, of Louisville, who will pronounce the solemn rites, using the ring ceremony The bride will wear an elegant white lace gown, her veil being of tulle and adjusted with orange blossoms Her bouquet is of brides' roses, lilies of the valley and orchids Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave on the 4:20 train for a short bridal trip. Miss Moormnu is the third daughter of the Hon I). C. Moorman and Mrs. Moorman, and a very attractive and ArrlvInK popular ouug lady Mr. Moorman is James Teaff and Joe Tea IT, of liar Moordinsburg, went to Louisville la.st week the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. man, of Glen Dean, and is a prosperous to meet their sitters, Miss Ella Teaff young farmer. and Mrs. Mary Burchinan, of Little Rock, Ark. Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Ed Ramsey leturned from a visit to Scratch! The more you scratch, the Henderson and Evansville Monday to worse the Itch, Try Doau's Ointment. Hi.s daughFor eczema, any skin itching 5nca box. About People who Live in Cloverport, his home in Stephensport. ter, .Miss Jessie, who has a position in Those who Travel and Those who the Henderson cotton mills, returned z a-- r T :n TVmrnc nnrl ("Sties. slkst VUIVI JilVC 111 fUar . vi n t ... ...... with him. In! Church and Society Notes LINEN SHOWER. Fairleigh and Miss MarMiss Addle cluded. garet McCulloch returned to their homes in Louisville Monday after being ft Given For Miss Louise Moor- - ft the guests of Miss Mildred Babbage. fa man, of (lien Dean. flany fa Miss Rose Barry Is visiting friends in They were accompanied home by Miss , Beautiful and Appropriate & McCoy and Mrs. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. PenicK and little L. H. & grandson, of Garfield, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Penick. Mrs. R. E. Adams, of Washington Effective September 19, 1915. City, is visiting her parents, Mr. uuu EAST nOUNI) Mrs. Elihu Meatlor, of Kingswood. will learn Clovcrport....- - OiJS A. M. No. .10: K A. M. Mrs. W A. Cockrill and children were Arriving IrvlijBtnn wAVif . Arrlvlni guests of her parents, Mr. and .Mis. I will lenvo Cloverport ... No. Ui 5i P. M. Wm. Cockerill, in Louisville last week. ArrlvinR IrvlnRtpn....... ... 7:10 V. M. AirlvliiK 5:07 A. M. Mr. W. N. Cox, vicu president of the No. 6 will leave Clovcroott.. . 5:51 A. M. Arriving IrvlnRton C V. S. E. R. R , and Mrs. Cox anil WEST HOUND 10 M A. M. daughter, Miss Adallne, are ut the Falls No. 141 will leave Clovcrport.. 12:01 I . M. Arriving OwenslKiro. of Rough. .IJSW . Arriving Henderson. . ... ArrlvliiR Kvanvlllo 15 !,! Mist Lula Severs has gone to Morgan- .10 1". Arrlvlnir St. Louli 7:00 P. M. field to be the guest of Miss Lilly Wal Clovcrport . No. 113 will leiivn M. 7:30 Arrlvlncllawesvillc. .. . Stlsi.M. ler, and while there will attend the Arriving Owtnsboro 11 M P. M. Chautauqua. No. 115 will leave Clovcrport 12:5 A.M. Arriving Oweniboro. Remember the picnic at Sample next Arriving; llcndcrwn ':.vA?J 2:1a A.M. Arriving Kvunsville It is going to be a bit: .:40 A.M. Saturday. Arrlvlne St. Louis..- No. 147 will leavn Oloverport .... 0:30 A.M. event, and you will miss a good time if Arrlvlne OwcnslKro '.!:A! 0:00 A. ai. you don't go. Henderson Train Schedule on 8 jfj (Sj The L, St. R'y. llut after they're wcil you'll find that with her Hti'o most liitvrestln' for what ho ectslier. dj VQ9 Muslin Nieht Gowns 8 Crepe Night Gowns Corset Covers JgJ $ 2 1 l' without sense can scurcely be pxpectp'l to mnUe dollars. A mini Bathing Suits and Caps- - -- Water's Fine I W Ailvertl-er- r ts s o I IflJ. C. NOLTE & BRO.ii r CI OVF-PPO- PT KTV ?K Niitk when you want mtvcrtiseruetit discontinued. pleuT notify the editor . ADVERTISE Your Poultry. Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Rugy, Harness and Surrey. huiray FOH SAI.I1 OnhiIii;iihI sh ai d h irnets, mm with ifts, mi delivery .1. T. O l;ot nell, Uloverport. wacotl. Wanted At Once Men to Work eii -- j5? St PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS S WANTED Mill located "Herman II. lla).'edorii. ut. AT ONCK-M- to work-- ut S.iw Iliilltown. nootl waires. Water WITH ANOTHER GOOD - zzz FOIt Tor Sal- e- Piano. SAI.K I'laro lc excellent condition. Wm. Ilotllui. For Sale Surrey Surrey, nood as t:ew; sell FOH SALE trade for fresh cow..Mr,s. K. for C. or English. Clovcrport. Ky. to. SHOW Stray 11 11 Notice 111 Ekron. Friday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Collins were In Louisville Thursday. Leonard Gregory arrived Thursday from a trip through the east. Mike Tucker, of Paducah, spent the week end here with relatives. Song services will be held at the Baptist cnurcu ouuuay cvcuiut,. Harrv Newsora, of Loutsvtue, was here Sunday the guest of his family. Miss Eloise Miller, of Hardlnsburg, is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Larkin Gib- Miss Becky Ricketts, of near Union Star, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gibson. Mrs. H. T.Shrewsberry.of McQuady, is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Thos. Odewnlt was in Louisville WedMarion Weatherholt, Korrest Wealh-erholnesday on business. Willie Seaton, Wilbur Chapin, Miss Margaret Wroe was in Owens-bor- o Dr. and Mrs. Baucum, Miss Stella Hau-cu- Babbage. Ik t, -- ailts Received. 7 7 SSsT2! weighing TAKEN up as (Jstray,toshoutfarm ApriliiIhcji my h. true No murks. Owner can get shout hy proving property and tying for advcr'lslng and for keeping A. M. iulres. Hardlnsburg, Ky. Houte No. -- . to to CLOVERPORT For Sale Large and Small Farms Mrs. E. L Robertson, of Glen Dean, and Walter Weisenberg motored entertained Thursday afternoon with FOIl SALE A number of largo and small 50 to U0O acres each. Kor partleu-lar- s to Cannelton Sunday and attended the a linen shower for Miss Louise MoorHardlnsburg, Ky., write Wm. Adkls-oI), b'eaton, Clovcrport, Ky. or James ball game there. man, whose marriage to Mr. Walter R. Moorman, Jr., will take place June m n. JULY 3rd Presenting the great moral and religious production St St St St St St St St St 28. WR0E-BRITTAI- ft Burden. Mrs. James Penner and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Henderson. Miss Ray Heyser spent the week end at Glen Dean with her mother who is visiting there. Miss Martha Miller returned Wednesday from an extended visit to relatives in Cruger, Miss. Wm. Wroe, of Paducah, was the Harsh physics react, weaken the guest last week of his parents, Mr. and bowels, will lead to c.ironic constipaMrs. Tom Wroe. tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and a box at all stores. children were guests Suuday of rela- 25c tives in'Irvington. Wm. Bowmer, of Louisville, was the guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and K HOME WEDDING. Mrs. W. H Bowmer. Miss Alma Perkins spent the week end In Louisville the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cooper. Miss Ruth McCoy, of Union Star, is the guest of her brother, Prof. J. K Miss Katherine Wroe, of this city, and Mr. Carl C. Brittain. of Fulton, Ky., were quietly married Saturday morning in Owensboro by the Rev. Mr. Bomar, castor of the First Baptist church of that city. The ceremony took place, at the parsonage. Miss Wroe is the third daughter of Judge Wroe and Mrs Wroe and an ac Mr. Brittain complisbed young lady. formerly held a position here with the L., H. & St. L. R. R and is well known. The marriage came as a surprise to the manv friends of the voung couple here, as they left on the six o'clock train for Owensboro early Saturday morning The news of their marriage did not be- come known here until late in the day Immediately after the ceremony .Mr. and Mrs. Brittain left for their new home at Mounds, 111. The reception room was beautifully decorated, the color scheme of pink and white being carried out in all the decorations. The many beautiful presents were distributed in dainty pink and white baskets.' Among the gifts which Miss Moorman received was a 'quilt given by her mother and made by her grandmother, Mrs. Hardaway. The quilt was made of white linen with red baskets. Pink and white ices were served to the following: Mesdames P. M. Beard, H. M. Beard, Paul Compton Russell Compton, of Hardlnsburg, John Klncheloe, C. V. Robertson, Joe Jones, Florence Moorman, John Hos kins, A. E. Smith, Glen Moorman, J. M. Howard Paul Dempster, Ballard Wilson, W. C. Moorman, G. R. Wilson, D. C. Moorman, W. R. Moorman; Misses Betsy Moorman, Sallle Moorman, Sarah Moorman, Mabel, Hoskins, Nell Dempster, Mabel Howard, Ella Whlttlnghill, Amanda Dean, Elenora Robertson. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist Cloverport, Ky, w Telephone 56-- J V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Real Estate Sold and Exchanged. Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. "THE VILLAGE 9f GOSSIPS .; Cloverport, Kentucky W. Moorman Ditto LAWYER Office over Bank of Hardlnsburg & With High-Cla- ss Vaudeville Between Each Act pro- - jjp Trust Co. j "The Village Gossip" is a heart-stirrin- g Hardinsburg, s Ky. to duction, schools, have one and a half million udents under instruction The World's Biggest Business. From the World Outlook we clip the following forceful presentation of a subject in which all who love Jesus Cnrist, the Saviour of men, are supposed to be deeply Interested: "Bigger than oil, bigger than steel, busiClark Moorman and jjj bigger than other business In the Miss Louise Inness of Christianizing the world. Mr. Walter Robert Moorman, K Ni Jr., Married This Afternoon at Home of Bride's Parents NearUlen uean. W fa A For Up-to-D- ate Dental Work Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Whose business is to please his Patients Otflcs otsr Bank ol Hardlnsburg Trull Co. One of the prettiest home weddings of the summer is that of Miss Louise Clark Moorman and Walter Robert Moorman, Jr., whose marriage will take place this The wedding afternoon at 3 o'clock. will be at the beautiful country home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C Moorman, near Glen Dean, aud witnessed by a number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The ceremony will be pronounced on the lawn in front of a bank of ferns aud Miss Mildred D. Moorman, flowers, sister of the bride, will render the solo, "Because. " Then to the gentle strains trv of mendelssohu's wedding march, play- of Skin inVrerg D'Exm thli new iaIva tromrVMirw! healing bert. gives you in tan relief (ram in uutirwM 01 eczema ana ed by Mrs. C. V. Robertson, of Hardlns- i'lmpie vanutt in night. mu zorms 01 ma Ma fire the only ilrurrtita In thl town fmm party will enter the burg, the bridal whom b'Kxma, the vrt herbal bahn, can be eemted. s lAxne 10 looaj anu ui tw uwui eur lawn. Mildred Moorman Murray and Misses Pauline Douglas Moorman, both dressed Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky, domitable preseverance has been an element In this as in every groat enterprise. Throughout the world it took ninety years to' win the iirst million years to win converts; twenty-thre- e Converts are now the second million. being added at the rate of a million in twelve years. An army of nearly fifty thousand missionaries Is employed. The annual amount spent by all the mission boards, including Proteatant. Catholic, and private agoncis, is not far from one hundred million dollars. The cost of administration In all this vast enterprise is only about eight per sent. Some boards do even better. Besides the making of converts, for elgn missions maintain thirty thousand medical But the most a year. clcantic tigures represent not what Christendom is dointr, but what it is not dolnt'. jThc world Is large. In spite of the tremendous progress of the mission movement, there are still three times as many non Christians as Chris-tian- s. Mure than half the world is uneducated. We have In North America an average of one doctor for every six people In hundred and twenty-fiv- e China the proportion is one to about two million five hundred thousand. The uplift of the race is tho world's biggest business." The Visitor. treatments ent time, eive (our million at the pres full of vim and vigor. Every town or vil- - lg Sj lage has a town gossip. In this production you will jjjk jg) see what trouble a village gossip can stir up in a community 'A sermon in itself." S to to to . St General Admission 25c fit St St s; Reserved Seats St to to St s? Box Seats 75c w 35-S0c W00DR0W. NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF SINKING FUND BONDS OF Farmers are busy with their crops BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY Mrs. Shelly Curiuaii nud little daughof her ter, of Louisville, ure the The holders of the above bonds arc hereby notified that AM. DONDS of mother, Mrs. 1). S Bipes. this description have been calletl for payment and if not presented for fine Ilurrell Ilrown has purchased interest will cease on the same. Maxwell automobile The holders of the ubove bonds are hereby notified to present them to the Miss Ilattye Carman was the guest of undersigned at the Haul: of Ilarilinsliurg & Trust Co , Hardinsburg, Ky., for payment. her cousin, Miss I.ulu Carman, Sunday, and attended the Sunday school conPAUL COMPTON, vention ut Alexander's Chapel. Ilurrell Drown mid mother, Mrs Julia of Drown, had us their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Sipes and children, of Custer, Mrs. G. II, Carman and chilAlexander's Chapel, dren aud Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Drown Miss Cecil Sipes Sunday llest wishes for the News mid its many and daughter. and Oziu Davis Misses I.ulu Johnson lnppy readers. Rev. Kinuisou filled his uppoiutmeut were the week-en- d guests of their cousin, here Sunday to a large crowd. Miss Sallye Mae Alexander, and atAds." Read our Miss Ruth I'rauk was the guest ot tended the Sunday school convention at s paj-inent 11 Treasurer Breckinridge County D'EXMA & bhmwt-mc- "Want KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Kentucky Nutlon.il Guards mobilize at Fort Thomas. Kentucky Press Association moots In Ashland In July. In Crittenden County sevcrnl mad dogs have bitten a number of head of horses and cattle. Colonel C. A. Hell, of llcdford, was president of the Stato League of Postmasters. The Daviess County Distilling Com pany has sold GSO head of cattle at the top prlco of nine cents. The United Travelers of West Vir ginia, Virginia, Maryland and Ken tucky will hold their annual meeting In Ashland In 1917. A largo crane, measuring five foot In height and six feet three and one half Inches from tip to tip, was killed by Nazarccn Mason near Owonton Woodford Hector Dulancy, of Louis vllle, graduated from Yale University at New Haven, Conn., leading his class of 2S2 In scholarship. A committee of one hundred women have enlisted to raise $10,000 for the cause of the Kentucky Illiteracy Com mission. Each woman is to bo respon slblo for raising $100, The Dallard fiscal court has award ed contracts for the construction of 1C.4S miles of state aid roads, after re Jcctlng bids for .IB miles because the magistrates deemed them too high There were six bids offered. Tho manufacture of nlrohol under a French contract began Monday at the Grcenbaum Distillery at Midway, near Lexington. It is expected that several months will lie required to fill the order. At a meeting of tho Stato Democratic Committee held In Louisville Wednesday, .1. Campbell Cantrill was made chairman of the Campaign Committee and T. 13. Panncll. of Central City, see-r- Tne Kentucky Milk Producers' Co- oporattro Association was organized! m Loulsvliio, when thrco hundred dairymen, representing ovcry section of tho stato, mot to discuss means of securing better wholosnlo prices for their products. Tho now organization takes over the membership of the Kentucky Dairy Cnttlo Club. Jnmcs Hcnthnm, of Covington, has applied for a patent on an Invention which ho contends will avoid colli sions, as well as prevent damage to ocean liners by mine explosions. Henthnm asserts that his patent Is a guard nnd n signal for ships, and will avert collision with hidden objects, such as Icebergs or derelicts. A gold ring lost twenty-siyears ago In a field near Bowling Green came to light when a negro forking up n garden, In turning the soil, found tho little gold band still bright as the day It was lost. On the Inner side was tho name of Carl D. Itcrdman, a prominent roal estate dealer of that city. The negro took the ring to the owner and received a reward. Ilecause he used a shotgun Instead of an alarm clock to nwaken his brother Steve for breakfast, Joo Jonc3, a carpenter of Lexington, will have to answer n charge of shooting and wounding. Brother Stcvo Ib In a Lex ington hospital, doctors having picked the load of bird shot out of his right leg. Steve was sleeping In tho yard at their homo when the gun was fired. County Clerk Dlngham, of Union County, had a new experience. He had an application from n man from Illinois who wanted a marriage license to wed his mother-in-law- . He said after his wife's death his mother-in- law continued to reside with him and help ralso the children. During this association an attachment was formed with tho above application as a re sult. It not being legal, the license was refused. Silt ii if If m 'fa .i ' ' Lii' s mokers. Ever notice the two words "Straight Cut" on the Favorite package? They're important to part STRAIGHT CUT tobacco in Favorites brings out ALL the hidden .taste enjoyment I Not of it! They mean that the extra free-drawi- ng e tary. oil was struck by Kastern , capitalists two miles north of at a depth of two hundred feet. The How is steady and tho operators are excited over the strike. Tho knife. stream will be cased and tho well touching Incident of a mother's drilled to four hundred feet. for her country was giv Covington promises to become a en at Hopkinsvillc. A seventeen-year-ol"flvlpSH fltv" If Mm lllntia tf n rtnlnrrn. boy applied for admission to Corn- tlon of women working for sweet char- - pand D, but was refused until he could Ity Is a success. Hundreds of women get written permission from parents and girls sell fly swatters to pedes-- or guardian. Later ho returned and trians, tho proceeds being added to a handed the officers this noto: "With fund for St. Elizabeth Hospital. sorrowful heart, take my boy and act "Tripping the light fantastic" will as a loving mother to him, with God be a thing of the past on Sunday in ,s ,n" prayer. Mother." The woman Covington. At a meeting of the Cltv Is a widow and has several children Commissioner! all Sunday dancing ex-- ' The. boy Is ono of the breadwinners of cept in privato residences is ordered tlle lluI family. prohibited. Police were instructed to oilie Itodgers and Luke Merrlweth """- Cr, negro citizens of I'aducah, who 1 no state school census report, pre-were in tho War, pared by Superintendent of Public In-- ; are mnkini i a effort to organize or mo cities of the negro regiment in that city. Hiruciiou iiiiueit. They nrsi, mini ami fourth classes have asked tho clti lor lyib, shows a total of S0.G", ex-- , zens to assist them in effecting the cuiMto oi mo city or Louisville, organization. Tho regiment would Covington made the largest increase. consist of about 1.S00 soldiers. There The first anniversary of the found-- ! arP !llin"t MOO or more negroes in I'a- iiiB of tho Kentucky llaptist Children's ' "iicali. so there is plenty of material Home at Lynnland. near Louisville, ' for a regiment. The promoters desire was celebrated on the grounds at the to organize and offer the regiment for home. Five hundred persons attended service in Mexico. tho exercises. A feature or tho proL. D. Boggs and family, of Potter, In gram was a march of tho ninety-fou- r some way received a report that iIr. children of tho home. Boggs1 father, Kllphus Boggs, had died Nora Wllklns. Barbourville, Is held near Blaine. Relatives procured an without bail to await action of a grand automobile and drove out there, ex Jury on the charge of having mur- pecting to attend the funeral. Coming and held in and for Brecklnrldjje CounMcDanlels. That Was All. dered her 'Did you raise anything on roar Infant. ty at the Courthouse in Hardlnsburg, U Henrr Trent IJ. W.Trent The in signt or the house they saw the venP.'L Datls 2 00 Pal Garner body of the infant was found In a rain erable old gentleman sitting on on Wednesday, April the his promise to pay?" "Oh, yes; I raised a 4 40 Kentucky, Sam Galloway barrel at the homo of County Coroner porch enjoying life as much as usual. smile!" Baltimore American. 1010. J. T. Dosle- -, where the Wllklns wom- He is 84 years old and was delighted 4 4O 5th. G. E Tucker an was employed. to have the family visit him. He was 2 00 E. A. Moore Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell, preI. J. Rublnow, of Xew York, has especially glad to know the report of siding Judge of the Breckinridcre Coun Glen Dean been appointed actuary for the Ken nis oeatn was a false alarm and treat- ty Court, and the following named e(1 tnc matter as a Joke. 2 00 Justices ot the Peace, tucky Workmen's Compensation E L. Robertson D. C. Continued on page 3 .l , nm.om, . uu.iiu. Tho board met with renre-- I t W. L Cannon 4 10 Heron, W. W. Baxter, C. E. Robbins, Livery, . .i . i. a procla eentatives of tho Reciprocal Insurance mation for volunteers in R. E. Moorman 4 10 J. J, Keenan, Abe Bennett and S. D the following Mooleyvllle. Companies and adopted n set of rules words: "In tho 2 00 Cox, being all the Justices of the W. C. Kane under which tho Insurance is to be peril, Kcntncklans hour of stress and (1. Vessels 5 20 have immemorial!-beePeace in commission In Breckinridge written. Rockvale. W. Cunningham tho flm to enter the 2 00 Ky. County. Secretary of State Lewis has award- Commander in Chief of breach. Tho G. B. Cunningham tho Armies 5 20 P. C. Ruppert paid in October. ed to the National Color Type Com and Navies of tho United Came A. T. Beard, Sheriff of Breck 2 00 2 00 W. P. Hall States has E. P. Egart pany, of Newport, the contract for issued n call to the Inridge County, for himself and his colors, and E. C. Burton 4 30 Webster. and motorcycle plates for tucklans or this generation will prove 2 00 Deputies, and presented in open Court his Deputies, J. B. Carman, W. C. E. B. Baxter Kentucky Tor 1917. The stato will pay worthy or the proudest traditions H. C. Haddock, Jr 2 00 of a list of erroneous assessments In the Pate, A. J Dye and W. H.Gibson, for liO.OOO automobile plates at 21 their martial sires. I hope to L. Parks x CO Houses for November Election, 1915 seo the sum of $124,074.00 at 25 cents on the who after being duly sworn according cents each and 2,000 motorcycle plates battalions of J. M. IUiodes commonwealth 3 00 City Hall (Hardlnsburc) 3 M $100.00, making a total of $312 44. It to law, turned into and presented to at 10 cents each. among tho first In line of duty. . Dye and. If 2 00 Masonic Temple 3 00 Is now ordered and directed by the Court their lists of Delinquents as folTho tnoiomunt for the construction, 1,00,1 1)e ln 11,10 f battle, .'1 00 Irvington. R. G. Gardner court that the said A. T. Beard, Sheriff lows, of public roads in this stato. carrying ., n,.-o1st Magisterial District, The nnns 3 00 of Breckinridge County, be allowed the 314; with it an expenditure of many mil Washington Monday W. J. Plggott 2 00 J O. Hook 2nd Magisterial District, 157, 3rd the census of 2 00 sum of $312.44 and the same be credlions or uouars, means moro than any- manufactures of tho Magisterial District, 174; 4th Magis4 40 Fred Frank Stnto of Ken- A. O. Marshall thing else for tho welfare of Ken- tucky. 2 00 ited on the Railroad Fund in his set 4 40I Proctor Keith In Kentucky there wns P. J. Slpes terial District 222; 5th Magisterial tucky, was tho statement made In- a decrease 2 00 tlement, and further, titles erroneous in five years nf 1U G. H. Board .n 2 00 Abncr Dent District, 117; and the 0th Magisterial a"llros"'K tho of- - per cent In tho number of manuf'ic 2 00 ly assessed to the amount of i07 at P. E. Scott District, 203. making a total of 1,267" llewley vllle. ficials of the Jackson Highway Asso-- I luring establishments. u 2 00 f.',50 each, amounting to $267.r0, it is delinquents Cltv Uall (Stephensport) cm ion, who passed Ihrough tho state. in the entire County. Upon the number of persons engage 30 II. L. Bruner 2 00 ordered that A. T. Beard, Sheriff afore n! Amos SPes motion of Esquire D. C, Heron, seconduimer me terms of the James reso-- manufactures, 17.0 per cent in tho Carl Compton 00 E. F. Ecart 2 2 00 said be allowed a credit of said sum ed by Esquire C. E Robbins, It ia lutlon the United States Senate laid number of proprietors and firm F. L. Claycomb 2 00 in his settlement as follows, 4 ,'J0 Dr. T. J Hendrlck to wit: ordered that its business Saturday dosplto lcrs and 1.2 per cent in tho average G. 0. Ulnnford the aforesaid delinquent 2 00 City of Irvlngton...- 2 00 General Expense Fund, fi07.00; School the war situation to pay tribute to tho number of list be allowed the said A. T. Beard, On 2 00 Fund, $107.00; Road and Bridge Fund, Big Spring. W. W. Keith memory of tho late Senator W. O. "and. tho capital Invested the other Sheriff of Breckinridge County, and In 3 00 John Rlchnrdson of Kentucky. Eulogies were ' " manufactures In 1014 was $193. U. u. Martin frt 50. 5 20 the Commissioners appointed to settle delivered by Senators James. Hock- - ' 3,000. a gain of 2 00 2 00 Custer Lodee or 11 9 J. W. Hulllnes It is further ordered and directed with the Sheriff for the County, are ham. Kern. Williams. Overman, Nel- Ior cent over tho capital Invested In W. T. Norrls 2 00 Jesse Kobinson 5 20 that A. T. Beard, Sheriff or Breckindirected to credit the said Sher eon. Townsend, Works and Smoot 1309. 2 00 J. Ij. Murrls 2 00 Dr. J. II. Hart ridge County, be and ho is hereby al iff in his settlement for the year lgl5, . . i 11 ti ti 2 00 Pile Uro rr'""rt'- - or Hornl, nine Three resourceful boys of Loulsvllln lowed an exoneration on $120,220.00 the amount of delinquents, f Custer. 2 00 E. L. Robertson who WOr0 t"10'1 " . ,Vnn"V",0 8"0t tabbed at 0 of erroneously assessed, and that he be 1,257 at $2.50 each, making a total ot W. 1'. Roiulne W. SchaVrer. dorweIKht at 4 30 Mrs. Eliza McCarty 2 50 their first examln tin given credit and allowed in his attic- - $3,142.50, same to be T. N. Dyor 2 00 credited in his On motion duly made seconded and rncnt with the County the following Ernost Muador said settlement as follows, 4 30 carried, the office of County Live Stock amounts, School Fund at 20 School Fund, $1,257.00; General Ex 141U ,, W. II. Tlnius 2 00 iuiiiosi uursi, returned fop mo pnsician wiien ho re.fused "..ut..:u . Inspector Is hereby abolished effective cents on the $100 00 amounting to pense Fund, $1,357.00 to sur-- oxamlnntlon T,,l... and Road Dis Hudson. rondor promptly, although hommcd In ' Prycr found and Wore Ilcr.mili.,1 .. UU4III from April the 1st, 1016, and the for- $252.44; Road and Bridge Fund at 25 tricts Fund, $028.50. hlmsolf too light hy n oy a posso 01 nrty men. Mrll. QuifL'ins 2 00 mer ordor this court' appointing said cents on the $100.00, amounting iiuunu aim n nnir at his first examinato It is further ordered and directed by E. P. McDonald, district auent for tion. A gallon or wnter P. Mercer..... ,. 4 60 live stock inspector Is new set aside $3s 50; General Expense Fund, at 0 the Court did that A. T. Beard, Sheriff of an Industrial insurance company, ar- for him and lie now Is a tho work G, II. Koyalty 4 60 and for naught. mombor of cents on the $iCO.00, amounting to Breckinridge County, and bis Deputies Jp rested In Lexington charged with tho Company O. Ooobel Cundle nto two Lon Hoblnson 2 00 On motion duly made, seconded and $U!I.0('; Pauper Fund, at 5 cents oh in their respective Districts, will murder of William H. Dabbs, a bowls of chill, drank ten glaflses each of Alook. carried, it Is ordered that Court ad- the $i00.00 amounting to $03. Ii, and take a copy of the aforementioned deworking under him, was taken water and gained three pounds. Mo to Prankfort. Dabbs' body, a bullet Is a membor of Company D. Homer Pile 3 00 journ until tomorrow at 0 o'clock a. m. Sinking Fund, at 4 cents on the SiOO.oO linquents, and collect of all the tax on One through the head, waa found at the In Company C drank enough ij, D. DOWELL, J. B. C. amounting to $50,49.. D. D. Webster 3 90 said delinquent taxes so collected at. entrance to a tunnel Just east of to allow of bis passing the W. J. B&llman At a regular term of the Breckin ThU day came A. T. Beard, Sheriff the next term of this Court. 3 90 Prankfort weight test. A. H. Smiley 2 00 ridge County Fiscal Court continued of Breckinridge County, together with (continued next weak.) Amber (ilns-gowe d 1 Private Charles Reynolds, Company K, Third Regiment, K. X. (!., lies In a hospital at Owcnsboro with a knife wound In his left side over his heart, and Private John Millburn is In tho county jail with a bayonet wound on his head and facing court martial on charges of refusing to report at the armory for duty, resisting arrest, In subordination and malicious cutting. MUIburn resisted arrest and is said to have attacked Reynolds with a be expected to bring out ! '' ALL the delicate mildness, the delightful aroma, the "body" that some cigarettes can't fjj m Watch this difference when you try Favorites today! The words "STRAIGHT CUT" are on the package. A Straight Gut Cigarette gets R the good out of good tobacco 1 Spanish-America- n public-spirite- j d Hardinsburg Livery Feed and t, T" c.i.,.. . 1.. Sale Stable Hardinsburg, this A.-J- t: - mem-asiu- o , wage-earner- $20.04-1.000- , - her-ab- T M T, to-w- lt: , ti t: sub-nge- it INGS OF THE VAN LOONS Td "AJR And Mother's bridge club also has its disappointments FOH HEJt MOJBANt J5-43- WALKSIV AND THC.V ATTENTUN AND 5 COINCJ TO CALL RtAL ' ltd J? ANO I"TMIjM TGu. THf, WMr.' Vw UAOltSS KNOW I AM NsOMS ' .yai tvm . - 5 tW3H?-- n WK'sp !SX' ram 4 ifcmu at a mrs j -- iw" vwr ssswt u Mm w dPw i nlyl PWFiJiT 11 JMlf:.;4 I I X -- 3 PLATFORM OF THE DEMOCRATS Treats of Preparedness, Mexico, Tariff and Other Points of Importance to Nation. Tlic platform adopted by the crntlc convention rends ns follows: Tho Democratic narty. In national con vention assembled, adopts tho followInB declaration to tho end that tho people ot tho United States may both realize the achievements wrought by four years o? Democratic administration and bo apprised of tho policies to which the party Is committed for tho further conduct of na- tlonal nfralrs. Record of Achievement. We Indorse tho administration of Wood-roWilson. It speaks for Itself. It Is the best exposition of sound Dcmocratlo policy at home and abroad. We challenge comparison of our record, our keeping of pledges nnd our constructive legislation with those of any party of any time. Wo found our country hampered by spe. ctal privilege, a vicious tnrlfT, obsolete banking laws and an Inelastic currency. Our foreign affairs were dominated by commercial interests for their selfish ends. The Republican party, despite repeated toccs. was Imnotent to correct abuses . f L isirauon, unuer a icauersnip wnicn nai never faltered, these abuses have been corrected, and our people have been freed therefrom. Our archaic banking and currency system, prolific of panic and disaster under Republican administration long the refuge i' of the money trust has been supplanted by the federal reserve act, a true democracy of credit, under government control, already proved a financial bulwark In a world crisis, mobilizing our resources, placing abundant credit at the disposal of legitimate Industry and making a currency panic impossible. Federal Trade Commission. We have created a federal trade commission to accommodate the perplexing questions arising under the laws so that monopoly may be strangled at its birth and legitimate industry encouraged. Fair competition In business Is now as- nired. f Ye have effected an adjustment of the srr-- . .1 auenuaxe tor .revenue unuer peace .. .. r. . 1. Luiiiiitttiri n n A wuuiiiuiis tutu tan iu nic: nnna.in.Av uim the producer. We have adjusted the ens of taxation so that swollen in comes near tneir eau tame snares, uur anti-tru1 1 .I , . . . . . . world stress and will largely exceed the expenditures for the current fiscal year. We have lifted human labor from the category of commodities and have secured to the worklngman the right of voluntary association for his protection and welfare. We have protected the rights of the laborer against the unwarranted Issuance of writs of Injunction and havo guaranteed to him the right of trial by Jury in cases of alleged contempt committed outside of tho presence of the court. We have advanced the parcel post to genuine efficiency, enlarged the postal savings system, added 10.000 rural delivery 0 routes and extensions, thus reaching additional people; Improved the postal service In every branch and for the first tune In our history placed the ixistofflce system on a solf supporting basis, with actual surplus In 1913, 1914 and 1915. Economic Freedom. The reforms which were most obviously needed to clear away special privilege, provent unfair discrimination nnd release the energies of men of all ranks and advantages have been effected by recent legislation. We must now remove, so far as possible, every remaining element of unrest and uncertainty from the path of the business men of America and secure for them a continued period of quiet, assured and confident prosperity. Tariff. We reaffirm our belief in the doctrine of a tariff for the purpose of providing sufficient revenue for the operation of the government economically administered and unreservedly Indorse the Underwood tariff law as truly exemplifying that doctrine. We recognize that tariff rates are necessarily subject to change to meet changing conditions In the world's production and trade. The events of the last two years have brought about' many momen- tous changes. In some respects their effects are yet conjectural and wait to be disclosed, particularly In regard to our foreign trade. Two years of a war which haa directly Involved most of the chief industrial nations of the world and which haa Indirectly affected the life and Industry of all nations are bringing about economic changes more varied and farreach-ln- g than the world has ever before experienced. In order to ascertain Just what those changes may be the Democratic congress la providing for a nonpartisan tariff commission to make Impartial and thorough study of every economlo fact that may throw light either upon our past or upon our future fiscal policy with regard to the Imposition of taxes on Imports or with regard to the changed and changing conditions under which our trade la carried on. We cordially Indorse this timely proposal and declare ourselves In sympathy with the principle and purpose of shaping legislation within that field In accordance with clearly established facta rather than accordance with the demands of selfish m'teresta or upon Information provided largely, If not exclusively, by them. Americanism. The part the United States will play In the new day of International relationships which Is now upon us will depend upon our preparation and our character. The Democratic party, therefore, recognises tJlt aasfrtjpn and. triumphant demonstra 2,500,-(0- UclVC UCCil SI U 1, CI 1 111 11111(73 Ul strength of the nation ns tho supreme We favor tho vigorous prosecution of Inissue oi mis nay, in wnicn tho whole vestigations nnd plans to render agriculworld faces tho crisis of manifold change. ture more profitable and country llfo moro It summons nil men. of whatever origin healthful and comfortable and attractive, or creed, who would count themselves nnd we believe this should be a dominant Americans to Join In making clenr to nil nlm of tho nation ns well as of the states. tho world tho unity nnd consequent powMuch has been accomplished In this Held er of America. This Is nn Issue of pa- under tho present administration far triotism. To taint it with partisanship moro than under any previous administrawould bo to defile It. In this day of test tion. In the federal roerve act of tho last America iniiat show Itself lint a nacongress nnd rural crnilts act of the prestion of pnrtlsnns, but a nation of patriots. ent congress the mnchlnery been creThero Is gathered here In America the ated which will make credit has available to best of tho blood, tho Industry nnd the the farmer constantly and readily, and genius of the whole world, tho elements of he has been put on a footing n great race nnd a magnificent society to equnllty nt lastthe merchant nnd manufac-of be melted Into a mighty and splendid na- turer In with scouring the capital necessary to tion. Whoeyer, actuated by the purpose carry on his enterprises to promote tho Interest of a foreign powGood Roads. er In disregard of our own country's welfare or to Injure this government In Its The happiness, comforts nnd prosperity foreign relations or cripple or destroy Its or rural life und tho development of the industries at home and whoever by arouscity uro alike conserved by the construcing prejudices of n racial, religious or othtion of public highways. Wo therefore er nature creates discord and strife nmong favor national aid In tho construction of our people, so as to obstruct the wholepost roads nnd roads for military pursome process of unification. Is faithless to poses. the trust which tho privileges of cltlzcn-dhl- p Government Employment. reposo In hltn and disloyal to Ills Wo hold that tho life, health and country. We therefore condemn ns subversive of strength of tho men. women and children this nation's unity and Integrity nnd as of the nation are Its greatest nssct and In the conservation of these the feddestructive of Its welfare the activities that government, wherever l nets as tho eral and designs of every group or organizaemployer of labor, should both on Its own tion, political or otherwise, that has for account nnd ns nn example put Into efIts object the advancement of the Interest fect the following principles of Just emof a foreign power, whether such object ployment: Is promoted by Intimidating the governFirst A living wago for all employees. ment, a political party or representatives Second. A working day not to exceed of the people or which Is calculated and eight hours, with one day of rest In divide our people Into antagtends to seven. onistic groups and thus to destroy that Third. The adoption of safety applicomplete agreement nnd solidarity of the ances nnd the establishment of thoroughpeople and that unity of sentiment and ly sanitary conditions of lnbor. national purpose so essential to the perFourth. Adequate compensation for inpetuity of the nation and its free Institu- dustrial accidents. tions. . Fifth. The standards of tho "uniform ' child labor law" wherever minors aro em- -' Condemn Alliances. ployed. We condemn all alliances and combinaprovisions for decency, Sixth. tions of individuals In this country, of fort and Such In the employment ofcomwohealth whatever nationality or descent, who men ns should be accorded the mothers agreo nnd conspire together for the purof the race. pose of embarrassing or weakening our Seventh. An equitable retirement law government or of Improperly Influencing or coercing our public representatives In providing for the retirement of superanu-ateand disabled employees of the civil dealing or negotiating with any foreign power. We charge that such conspiracies service to tho end that a higher standard efficiency may bo maintained. among a limited number exist and have of Wo believe silso that the adoption of been Instigated for the purpose of advancing the Interests of foreign countries to similar principle should be urged nnd apthe prejudice and detriment of our own plied in the legislation of tho states with country. We condemn any political party regard to labor within their borders, and which, in view of the activity of such" that by every possible agency tho life and conspirators, surrenders its integrity or health of tho people of the nation should be conserved. modules its policy. Labor. Preparedness. We declare cur fnlth In tho Seaman's Along with the proof of our character act. passed by the Democratic congress, as a nation must go the proof of our power to play the part that legitimately and we promise our" earnest continuance belongs to us. The people of the United of Its enforcement. We favor the speedy enactment of an They respect the States love peace. rights and covet the friendship of all effective federal child labor law and the regulation of the shipment of prison mado other nations. They desire neither nny additional territory nor any advantage goods In Interstate commerce. Wo favor the creation of a federal buwlilen cannot be peacefully gained by their skill, their Industry or their enter- reau of safety In the department of laprise, but they Insist upon having abso- bor to gather facts concerning Industrial lute freedom of national life and policy hazards and recommend legislation to preand feel that they owe It to themselves vent the maiming and killing of human and to the role of spirited Independence beings. We favor the extension of the powers which it Is their sole ambition to play that they should render themselves se- and functions of tho federal bureau of against the hazard of interference mines. cure from any quarter and should be able to We favor the development upon a sysprotect their rights upon the seas or in tematic scale of the means, nlready beany part of the world. gun under the present administration, to We therefore favor the maintenance of assist laborers throughout the nation to an army fully adequate to the require- seek and obtain employment and the exments of order, of safety and of the pro- tension by tho federal government of tho tection of the nation's rights, the fullest same assistance and encouragement as is development of modern methods of We now given to agricultural training. defense, nnd the maintenance of nn heartily commend our newly established adequate reserve of citizens trained to department of labor for Its excellent recarms und prepared to safeguard the peo- ord in settling industrial strikes by perple and territory of the United States sonal advices and through conciliating against any danger of hostile action agents. which may unexpectedly arise, and a Public Health. fixed policy for the continuous develop- ' We favor a thorough reconsideration of ment of a navy worthy to support the great naval traditions of the United the means and methods by which the States and fully equal to the International eral government handles questions of pub-- j tasks which the United States hopes and lie health to the end that human life may expects to take a part In performing. be conserved by the elimination of loathThe plans and enactments of the present some diseases, the Improvement of sani congress afford substantial proof of our tation and tho diffusion of a knowledge of purpose In this exigent matter. disease, prevention. We favor tho establishment by the fedThe platform here asserts that the Wilson administration has observed strict eral government of tuberculosis sanitarineutrality and has consistently sought to ums for needy tubercular patients. secure the peace of the world, with reWoman Suffrage, Etc. spect for the rights of smaller nations and the complete security of the highway of Other planks of the platform demand economy In government expenditures. Inthe seas, for the use of all nations. dorse the bill promoting self government Mexican Policy. in the Philippines and assert that the saThe Monroe doctrine Is reasserted as a cred rights of American citizenship, irre principle of Democratic faith. That doc- spective of race, creed or previous nationtrine guarantees the independent repub- ality, must be preserved at home and lics of the two Americas against aggresabroad. Generous pensions for soldiers sion from another continent It implies are favored. "We recommend the extenas well the most scrupulous regard upon sion of the franchise to the women of the our part for the sovereignty of each of country by the states upon the same them. The want of a stable, respon- terms as to men." The "splendid diplomatsible government in Mexico capable of ic victories" of the administration are repressing and punishing tho marauders praised, and the conclusion of the platand bandit bands who have not only form refers to its "great constructive token the lives and seized and destroyed achievement in following out a consistent the property of American citizens In that policy for our domestic nnd Internal decountry, but have Insolently Invaded our velopment." Also the record of tho adsoli, made war upon and murdered our ministration In foreign affairs Is lauded. people thereon, has rendered It necessary temporarily to occupy by our armed forces a portion of the territory of that friendly Bowel Complaints in India. state where, until by the restoration of law and order therein a repetition of such Is Improbable, the necessity for Incursions In a lecture at one of the Des their remaining will continue. Intervention, Implying as It does military sub- Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary jugation. Is revolting to the people of the from India told of uinif Into the InUnited States, notwithstanding the provocation to that course has been great und terior of India, where he was taken should be resorted to. 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John Dircher, who has been at HartLou Coleman left Sundti) for New ford as local nnut of the Cumberland, Orleans with his boat, Ranger, towing arrived Monday nnd will have charge of a barge of lumber for an Alton, lnd., the Meade County Telephone Co. firm. Bert Miller has purchased the residence of Mrs. Celeste Kendall on East Hill, We understand the consideration was f6'2S cash. Mrs. Chtts. Casperku, Sr., arrived last week to be with her son, Charlie, who has been ill for several days. His con dition bhows slight Improvement. Printed Stationery including State ments and Sale Hooks. Kngraved cards,' 50 with new plate plate, script, price; $1.25 Printing new cards from old plate, 100 for Conservation. For the safeguarding and quickening of the life of our own people, we favor the A Regular AtUndant. conservation and development of the na"Do you go to church rcfirulurly? tural resources of the country by means Tea; regularly once a year." Deof a policy which shall be positive rather troit Free Press. than negative. country. Obtainable everywhere. residence on Main street and moved Saturday. The building Is constiucted of concrete and is modern in every respect. Miss Cornelia Dooley entertained the following friends Irom Louisville Sunday: Miss Mary Sullivan, Messrs. Walter Dorsev, Jas. Ford, Leroy Chlldrell' Carl Ilaulrann and Harvey Simpson. Meade County Messenger J. N. Berry man has completed his $1.00 Mailorders filled promptly. Jno.D.Qabbage Cloverport, Ky. GLEN DEAN. Miss Mildred Moorman is at home from Indianapolis for a while. Mrs. A, It. Smith visited her sister, Mrs. J II. Hoskins, last week and attended the shower. Dr. and Mrs. R T. Dempster spent last Friday in Louisville. Mrs. Joe Owen and daughter, Hallie, of California, visited Mrs. Lucy Hunter HARDINSBURG. Miss Sadie Hall has returned from liowling Green, where she has hcen attending school. An Eastern Star lodge was organized with twenty here Monday afternoon members. Hen-dric- IOC 30C SECURITY-CONTENTME- NT Take the step today. that leads to Security and Contentment by giving your funds the Protection afforded by the k Miller Dellaven and Miss Annie went to Dallas, Texas, last week, in answer to a telegram, stating the serious illness of Mrs, Miller Dellaven recently. Murray llrown is at home from HowOwen Hunter has returned to Califor- ling Green to spend his "vacation with his nia, after a visit to his mother, Mrs. parents, Air. and Gits llrown. Miss Florence Akcrs has gone to Lucy Hunter. Mrs. Henuingcr, of West View, was Hasin Spring and Irvington to visit guest of her daughter, friends and relatives. Miss Ray Hcyser, of Clovcrport, came the week-enhere to he the guest of relatives last Mrs. R M. Hasham. Misses Pauline Compton, Emma Helen weekend. The following ladies attended a linen Haswell, Margaret Hook, Grace and his sisters shower given by Mrs. 15. L. Robertson Genlvievcllrown have been the visitors 11. A. Whitlinghill visited and brother in Ohio county Inst week at Glen Dean, iu honor of Miss Louise of Miss Margaret Monarch at her home Mesdames Paul Compton, near Kirk. Mrs. Charley Smith is expected here Moorman: from Kansas first week in July to visit H. M. Heard, J K. Kinchcloc, C. V. Paul Chauibliss has returned from Sallie North Carolina to spend the summer Compton, Russell Robertson, her sister, Mrs. C. W Jones. Harry Moorman and wife, of St. Louis, Heard and I M. Heard. with his mother. Jeff D. Owen and wife, of Iilizabethtown, Howard Hook and Clyde lllack motorProf. T. S Williams, Mrs Williams are spending a few days here, and will ed to Louisville last Friday. and children will leave about the first attend the Moorman wedding It is Dr. J. C. Sutton is the guest of his for Central City, their new home. Hardin Wilson, of Louisville, visited sou, Ii. E. Sutton, and Mrs. Sutton in with regret that we give them up. his son, II. IJ. Wilson, last week. Louisville, Misses Mary Elizabeth ami Virginia Dr. R. I'. Kunnecke made a profes- Walker have returned from n visit to relatives in Hcwleyville Accidents will haupen, but the best sional trip to West Point last Friday. regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' The Ursulliic Sisters have gone to Electric Oil for such emergencies. Mount St. Joseph's, near Owensboro, to To the Public. Two sizes 2."o and !0c at all stores. spend their vacation. ''I have been using Chamberlain's Jamie Elder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tablets for Indigestion 'or the past John Elder, died last Wednesday and KITES RUN. six months, and It affords me pleasure was, buried Thursday afternoon iu St. to say I have n ;ver used a remedy that Romaulil's cemetery. did me so much good. Mrs. G. E. Mrs T. J. Hook entertained the Sans Hiley, Illion, N. Y. Misses Alice and Dora Waggoner are Chamberlain's The next Tablets are obtainable everywhere. spending the week in Clovcrport with Souci Club Friday afternoon. Russell meeting will be with Mrs Mhs Mnydec Chopin. Compton. George llarkley, of Stephcusport, atHILL ITEAIS Mrs. Helle Smith and son, Jeff, spent tended church here Sunday and was the in Kirk with relatives the week-enguest of I'rank Walker. Attorney Sherman Hall has returned If a man does not make new Mrs Heavin, of Mattingly, is visiting from Louisville as hu advances through her daughter, Mrs Deunie Miller. John O'Reilly, Jr , and Henry Trent life, he will siijii find himself left alone. Miss Ida Waggoner returned to A mail should keep his friendship iu advertising the fair. constant rep iir. Johnston. Sunday, after visiting relatives were out iasl week Sam Hcnniuger, of West View, Mrs. here for twp weeks. was in town Friday, the guest of relaMrs. Titc Adkius and children reMrs. Hillary Hardin went to Sklliman tives, turned to Irvington, after spending a last Saturday for two or three duys Mrs. Sue Hoard, of Louisville, - has visit to her niece, Mrs. Ireland. few days with Mrs. Joe Smart come down to spend the summer Will Waggoner was iu Stephcusport Mrs. Vernon Melton nnd family, Mt. Misses Isabel and Laurinc Shccrau and Mrs. Tom Downs and children and Monday. where Mrs. Sain Wheatlev uud Miss Mable Rev. Russell Walker filled his ap- are at home from St. Joseph's, Wheatley. went to Dukes on Saturday pointment here Sunday and was the they have been attending school Miss Linuie Haswell has gone to night to attend an ice cream supper. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hawkins to visit her brother, Wilbur HasMrs Len Cair.ptell and baby are Misses ICdith and Mildred Hendrick-somarriage of quite ill. Ressie and Hessie Miller took din- well. She will attend the her brother, Fred Haswell ner with Miss Kffie Thurman Sunday. Edward nnd Embert llrown. of Har Mrs. Mary C. Hestou has returned Simon Smart entertained a number of from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Will dlnsburu, were guests last week of Mr. his friends Sunday to dinner. Simon Heavin and fa mi v. Thomas, at Leitchfield d ' d New-Yor- k n, I BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K We Use OF CLOVERPOR, Burglar-Proo- f a Victor Screw Door, Fire, Mob and Safe 1r -- Jim Perkins, of Mattingly, is u vMtor at the home of his sisters, Misses Mary and Minn Perkins. Mrs. J. M. Tllford has gone to Vine Grove to visit relatives. Sam Smith, of Urszll, Ind , has been notified of the serious illness of his father, Bnloe Smith, and he is expected at any time. Mrs. Lonnie Kay spent last Saturday and Sunday with her son, Virgil Kay and family, near Tar Springs. Marion nnd William Allen spent last week at Free with Wm. McGovern nnd FOR SALE DUR0C8 Au- Ten yearling Gilts, bred for gust and September farrow, 25 family. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Heavin and son, Hernard, with Gnldle and Herman spent Thursday in Louisville. Mrs. Con Sipple has been on the sick list. Misses Mary Bates and Marcel'.a Payne, of McQuady, are visitors of Mrs. Herman Melton. fall open Gilts, 3 yearling Boars, Spring Pigs, either sex, pairs or trios mated up; no akin. If you want the big easy feeding kind these will suit you ,. . . , Watch the Lice On chicks. These parasites sap the very life blood out of them. Djst the hen at night with B. A. Thomas' L.0U39 Killer anu your troubles are ended. It also kills bugs on cucumber, tomato, nnd squash vines. We sell It to you and if it does not make good, wo will. For sale at Wedding's Drug G. F MAYSEY 1 HARDINSBURG, KY Route No. 2. HI Store. WANTED! i IRVINGTON Rev. Yates, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcralt Tuesday evening. Mrr. Forrest Beauchamp and daugh ter vUlted Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Krebs last week. Misses Hannah and Judith Beard, of Hardlnsburg, attended the recital Frl day evening and were guests of Misses Eliza Piggott and Margaret Jolly. A. B. Suter, of Worthville, will ar rive next week to join his wife at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGloth- lan. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite and daugh ter spent the week end at Lewisport. Mrs. Sallie Gibson, of Louisville, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. I) CtL All You anticipated. Mrs. Dale Smith and Miss Helen Sm'th attended children's day at Gus-to- n Sunday. The recital g'ven Friday evening at the M. E. church by Misses Julia Lycn, Mary D.iwllng Marks and Ruth Jone.s, under the auspices of the Women's Cluos, was a treat for the lovers of high class music Miss Lyon presided U Can Put To Us Federal Inquiry or Railroad Strike? Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen that would impose on the. country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such a public body. Beard Brothers Hardinsburg, Ky. Bright. Mrs. Amy Hall has returned from a week's stay with Mrs. Malthacc of Henderson. Miss Florence Akers, of Hardinsburg, visited Miss Mary Nevitt, Basin Springs, last week. The Men's Bible class at the Metho dist church will give a banquet Friday evening on the lawn of C. F. Hawes. Everett Bush arrived last week from Missouri to visit his mother, Mrs. Cas-si- e Clay-comb, Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement of the controversy is as at the piano, Miss Marks, soloist, and follows: "Our conferences have demonstrated that we cannot harmonize our differences of opinion and that eventually the matters in controversy mult be passed upon by other and disinterested agencies. Therefore, we propose that your proposals and ihc proposition of the railways be disposed of by one or the other of the following methods: 1. Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason of its accumulated information bearing on railway conditions and its control of the revenue of theailways, is in a position to consider and protect the rights and equities of all the interests affected, and to provide additional revenue necessary to meet the added cost of operation in case your proposals are found hy the Commission to be just and reasonable; or, in the event the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot, under existing laws, act in the premises, that we jointly request Congress to take such action as may be necessary to enable the Commi sion to consider and promptly dispose of the questions involved; or 2. lty arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlands Act). Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration York, June or Federal review, and the employes are now voting on the question whether strike. authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wid- e The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads at the public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons: 5, No other body with such an intimate lcnowIidp;e of railroad conditions has such an unquestioned position in the public confidence. The rates the railroads may charge the public for transportation arc now largely fixed by this Government board. Out of every dollar received by the railroads from is paid directly to the em the public nearly one-ha- lf ployes as wages; and the money to pay increased najei can come from no other source than the rates paid by the public. The Interstate Commerce Commission, with its over rates, is in a position to make a complete Investigation and render such decision at would protect the interests of the railroad employes, the owntrt of the railroads, and the public. com-tr- ol A Question For the Public to Decide The railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage 'preferment of $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only one-fift- h of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that hall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to be settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. National Conference Committee of the Railways ELiSHA LEE, Chairman SUmutr, AI.IIKIGHT. Atlantic CoaM List Railroad. L. W. BALDWIN. Cn'tMffr, Caalral ol CcorfU Hailna,. G. I BAItDO. Cm 7 Mtmtttr. Naw York, Ntw lliria ft Hartford Railroad. S. II. COATMAN. Saalacra Kallirar. I. B. COTTBK, CA'IMimttr. Wabash HaiUar. ' r. R. CUO WLHY. Aul. firm Ywk Caalral Railway r. R. C'l O. It. EMERSON, CnVMiuw. Grsat Northern Hallway. C. II. inVING.Ca7MaJr, Philadelphia ft Kfadiac Railway. B. W. OKICIt. G.n'ISmH. 7re.i.. Cbaiapaeks ftOhio Hallway. A. S. GltlilG, Ami. It Kniinrl. St. Louis A Saa Hranclico Railroad. C. W. KOUNS. Gi.'l M:,fr, Alchlion.Topeka A SaaiaPa Railway. N. O. MAHBR. rUffmUtml. Norfolk ft Wattera Railway. JAMBS KUSJBLL, Cn'IMtfr, Daavar ft Rla Craada Railroad. A. M. SCHOYBR. tuldnl ri-fPaoaarWaaia Uaae Wast. W. L. SBDDON, VU-r- ru., Seaboard Air Liae Railway. A. J. STONB. VUrrulJnl, ' II. W. Me.MASTIlK, Cn'l Utmtfr. Waailiatft Laka Urla Railroad. a. Brla Railroad waid. laa.it Caaual riu-Fn- . LUaa. oiMm We were delightMiss June, violinist. Bush. ed to hear1 these artists, nnd justly Miss Erie Smith, of Gustou, has been proud of our home girl, Miss Lyon. the guest of Mrs. N. Gardner. Rev. R. E. Reeves and family, Mrs. Stomach Troubles A. T. Adkins and children, John Miles and Constipation. and Miss Gince Miles were in Louisville Saturday to attend St. John's picnic at "I will cheerfully say that Chamber Fontaine Ferry. Iain's Tablets are the most satisfactory Misses Mary Dowling Marks and remedy for stomach troubles and con Ruth Jones returned to Louisville Mon stipation that I have sold In thirty-fou- r day, having been the guests of Mtss years' drug store service," writes S. Julia Lyon. H. Murphy, druggist, Wellsburg, N. Y Mrs. Harold Traube and son, Harold, Obtainable everywhere. of Chicago, are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hawes. GARFIELD. Mrs. J. C. Younger and Miss Eudora Younger, of Louisville, spent Thursday Judge D. D. Dowell and wife were with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mrs. Fred Sadenwater gave a lithing party Tuesday jn honor of Miss Helen Hayues. Mr. and Mrs, Ummett Horsley visited Meador, of Hardlnsburg. Mrs. Sallie Holmes, of Covington, her purents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Car Tenn., and Mrs. Axton, of Loulsiille, ina n, at Locust Hill, and attended the nave been guests of Mrs. Mary Mun-for- revival services held there. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison and children, of Louisville, are spending Richardson. Airs. J. W. Marr has a plant of curly two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Jake kale that's larger around than a china Morrison. The Seventh Day Adventists are hold- hogshead. The plant came front Georing a tent meeting on the lawn ot Med-for- d gia in her frost proof cabbage. Mrs. Marr says her plant; of kale beats any of Howard. the foliage plants that are cultivated for A little son arrived at the home of beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waggoner Sunday. Mrs Minnie McGltl, of Louisville, is Mrs, R. A. Crider and Ruth Crider here visiting relatives. are visiting In Glen Dean. Mrs. Mamie Gregory, who has been Miss Mattle Dean, of Glen Dean, and suffering from the effects ot a nail Mrs. Vic Robertson, of Hardlnsburg, wound iu her foot, is improving. were guests of Mrs. W. J. Piggott FriMrs, Thos, Dowell, of Louisville, is day and atteuded the recital. visiting her sister, Mrs. D. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green were in Mr. and Mrs, A. Dowell spent Wed. Louisville Saturday. nesday with Bony Gibsou and tamlly. The Sunday Schools of our town will Dr. Poote was in town Saturday, co operate in celebration of a picnic Rev. DeHart preached a splendid ser July 1th, on the lawn of Mrs. D, C. Heron, Mt. Pisgah. A flag will be mon Sunday to a large audience Burrel llrown passed through Saturday raised and addresses will be made by the ministers present. A gala time Is en route to his home with a new Maxwell d. The Daniel-Samuel- s Music Co. OWENSBORO, :: KENTUCKY. "The Store that Made Owensboro MUSICAL" If you are interested in the purcase of a Piano or Organ, cut this add out, mail to us, and we will send you FREE a book of Home Songs! car, Mrs. Lucy Hayues, D. I). Dowell and Wife, Kris LeGraud and wife, Taylor Dowell and family, II. LeGraud and family, Miss Ida Dowell, Charlie Dowell and Verdn llrown were guests at Steve Hayues' Sunday. Misses Myrtle Priest, lleruice King and Mrs. Lonnie Pool spent Thursday with Mrs KUa Mattingly and daughter. Mrs. Snyder is visiting her sou, wjiSf X is quite ill in Hardinsburg. Miss Myrta Priest and Harry Mercer were guests at Dr. Harned's Sunday, Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and Mrs. V. W. Smith called ou Mrs. Thos. Dowell Friday afternoon. '