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J. M, Howard. K. 15, Moorman. W. C. Kane. ' Rockvale. Henry Hall. Milt Craig. Ira Ilurton. l'rank Rupert. A T. 1IHAUD, Chairman. IWNNIU SHISHRAN, RUSSKLL R. COMPTON, County Hoard of Hlcctlou Commissioners, fo1lcioi IOC Baseball Excursion To Louisville, Ky. $1.25 Sunday. August 8 Via L., H. & St. L. R'y. Leave Cloverport . 7:09 a. m. Arrive Louisville I0;00 a. m. ROTURMNfi Leave Louisville 8:30 p. m Second Annual SOCIAL NOTES MASONIC PICNIC Many Personal Items of Interest Summer Travolinti and Popular Past-Times. OWEN BOBBINS DEAD. T0BINSP0RT. Did Mjim-lxiily give you a pat on the Mcir l',ig it on If It heightens yojr courage, er light en your uaek, Maybe suuiehody else has been dress ing in black; Pass It on. God (fives you a smile not to make it a yawn; Pas it on. Kdwattl Vance Cook. An Ice cream supper will be given Friday evening iu the courthouse hall by some numbers of the Uaptist Sun day school for the bencllt of the Uap tist chutch. Morns Benton and Ralph Richard son, of Oarfisld. are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor Compton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and daughter, Miss l'auline Compton, and .the Misses Compton, of Allen, Texas, 'loft Sunday afternoon for a visit to Lexington in their automobile. Attorney Allen R. KInchcloo has gon to San Kranclsco to attend the Exposition. Krom thero ho will no to Long Ueach to attend a lawyers' con vention; then visit San Oieco and then on to llonita to be the guest of his sis ter, Mrs. ICuocli Norton. The Showboat you know, Hmerson's Golden Rod, with another new show Cloverport Monday, August 2. Mrs. A. N. Nklllmar. entertained for dinner the following uuests: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heard. Mesdames r N. Hatcher, F. U I.lghtfoot, T. J. Uook, Frank Dcllaveu, Misses' Jane Light foot, jLlnnio Walls and Mary Laliuo Beard. Dr. Allen L. Kincheioe, of Stanley, is the guest of his parents, Dr. A. M. Kincheioe and Mrs. Kincneloe. Dr. K. Doll, of Philadelphia, Penn., is the guest of Irvin Taylor at the home of bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Miss Katura Johnszn is visiting Miss Isabel Moorman, near Harned. Mr. Kenneth Hoard, of Tucson, Ari zona, has been the guest of Mrs. Amos Hoard and Mr.i C. L Heard. He was accompanied fiom Louisville by bis aunt, Mrs. Rebecca McGary. News has been received from Kv ansville that Mrs. Marcia Mattingly ' Is very sick. Misses Exie and Lillian Lewis have returned fiom a visit to relatives in Meade county The following atteuded the picnic at McOuady last Saturday: Misses Kathleen Ilolicn, Mary and Margaret Sbeeran, Leo lloben, Raymond Shee ran, Llnds ty McGary, Dr. R. P Kuu nceke, Miise. Kuth Kincheioe and Eliza Miller. Mrs. Dick Soper was bitten by a snake last Monday. Dr. H. E. Royalty wtut to Long Lick last wjck to do some dental work. Mr. and Mrs Claud Yoager and children, of Lcltchlicld, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard last week. Mr. and Mrs. (J. Heard aro at home from Louisville, where they have been tho guests of Juoge and Mrs. William Ahl. Mr. aud Mrs Preston Phillips and children, of Louisville, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Henning, near town. Hobart Shellman entertained the camping party at the Commercial Hotel last Kriday evening. A lunch was served. Mr. Juliu Akers has returned from a business trip to Howling Green. Rev. Moncer, of Heed, ICy., said mass at St. Uomauld's church Sunday morning. Mrs. Nannie Adklssou is at the coun try homo of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skilliuan for a visit. Supt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent spent Sunday iu the country with Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Miller. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have returned from a live weeks stay at Hendersouville, North Carolina. Mrs. Will Lennou and daughter re turned home Sunday from Stophens port, where they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Haswell re turned home Friday night from a trip to Washington, D. C , Niagra Falls, New York City and other places of In terest. Miss Klleu Mingus left Monday for Tar Fork to visit relatives, Mr. Owen Robblns died at Lakeland Sunday and bis remains were brought here Monday at noon. Mrs. Mattie TVitll and children have gone to Irvlngton and Leitchlield to visit relatives. Mrs. Frank Ritchie, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clar ence Lewis, returned home Monday. Offices of Primary Election. The first two named in each precinct are judges and the sheriff and clerk ap pear in order named. HurdliiMiurs: No. I. W. W. Ileiiningcr W. S. Skillman. l'at Sheeran. 15. V. Lyons. Ilnrdlnsburg No. 2. John Coukwright. Marshall Norton. I)r C. A. Galloway. Taylor lienrd. Hardlnsburg No. 3. Andrew Driskell. Win. Seaton. C. 15. Robbins. O. S. .Miller. Ilardlnsburj; No. 4. J L. Hall Mike Miller. Cnl Hendrick Paul Shrewsbury. Hnlltown. T. 51. Hates Hen Taul. It. V. Prank. Alf Hawkins. Cloverport No. I. Allen Waggoner. Prank Greenwood. . N Carter. L. II. Cliapin. Cloverport No. 2. R. T. Polk O X. Harris. Henry Waggoner. H. L Stader. Cloverport No. 3. R. O Perkins. John Jennings C. G Hrabrandt J C. Hlack. Stepbcnsport. Sam Laslie John Plood. Arthur Hanks. S H. Dix. Union Star. Sam liasset. John Avitt. James Ricketts. Horace McCoy. Mooleyvllle. J. G. Hrodie. H. P. ligurt. G. II Cunningham. H. G. Vessels Webster. Jess Parks. H . H. Norton. Cbas. Claycomb. A.J Dye. Irvlngton. W. J. Piggott. S. C. Dowell. Newsom Gardner. H. A Ater. Uewleyvllle. Chas. lllauford. W. W. Keith. Pinis Claycomb. I). C. Heron. Big Spring. J. T. McCamish. Jeff Trent. James HuiTines. Willis Johnson, , Custer. ,i W. H. Tinius. . ' . Virgil Harned. Joel llruner. W. P. Romine. Hudson. Mc. II. Quiggins. Irwin West. George Royalty. Ves Cliver. Hook Deuiiie Webster. John A. Carman. Homer Pile, Curtis McCoy. McDanlel's. Joe Glasscock. Clyde Hicks. Pul Gardner. Lou Glasscock. dlen Dean. II A. Whittiughill. Karl Wcnthcrholt, who has typhoid, is slowly improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Stninp, of Tell City, motored up Priday, and were guests of relatives Miss Jidith Polk nnd Mrs. Willia Porthoffer, of Kvansville, are visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Polk' Prof. Porrcst Polk nnd family, of Sharpsville, arc visiting his mother, Mrs. Clara Polk. The theatrical treat of the season, "Amy of tht Circus," on Emerson's Showboat Monday, August 2. Mrs. Aenry Lamb, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Vina Rogers, of Clover port, arc visiting her son, Klbert Lamb, of Mtiucie. Rev. N. I?. Gabbert, of Owcnsboro, filled his regular appointment nt the Uaptist church Sunday. The Modern Woodmen gave an ice cream supper here Friday night Mr. and Mrs I). II. I'nrrishnud Henry Parrish and family motored to Tell City Sunday in their new car, and were uests of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Stamp. Alec Aid and family, accompanied by- Mr. and Mrs. Mnttingly, of Cloverport, motored to Tell City Thursday in Mr' Alil s new Overland car. Mrs. Prank Sanders was iu Cloverport shopping Thursday. Rev Gussie Cooper, of Kussellville, Ky., is the guest of Miss Myrtle Hawkins. LIMITS OF VISION. Why It Seems to Rain In Streaks In stead of In Drops. When It Is raining Just what does oiio see? We know that the rain con sists of drops, nearly xpbcrlcnl, falling either vertically or at an angle (If the wind be blowing). Hut what do we see? We s o streaks through the nlr and not drops nt all. The reason is that the oyu cannot follow the raindrop iu Its lllght and so cannot see just the drop continually. The eye gets only one glimpse of the drop in one position, while an Impression Is made on the retina for some distance by the drop moving. If the drop were still wo could look at it as long us we chose, nnd the imago of the drop would be In Just ouu place on the retlnn, but If Ave let the drop escape from our direct view It makes an Image, or, rather, a succession of Images, on the retina, and that Is what we see. Hut why does the retina show this succession of Images' It certainly sees at nuy one tlnio the drop In Just ouu position, so It would seem that the last position seen would be the one. This is not the ease, and the cause is due to what Is known as persistence of vision. We cannot quit swing n thing Immediately after getting a view of it. It takes about un eighth of a sec ond fur the retina to lose an image, and so this succession of images will be on the retina at ouo time and will cause a streak. For thu same reason the spokes of a rapidly rotating wheel cannot be seeii except as a blur. For thu bamo reason moving pictures are possible. New York American. BEAUTIFUL NOSES. They Aro Very Rare, It Seems, and Deservo Honorable Mention. Lovely eyes you will ilnil a-plenty, and, though finely cut mouths are scarcer, It will bo a strange day when you do not see several. Hut the dis covery of u renlly beautiful nose Is mi event of a lifetime. I myself havo found exactly, seven. And yet I con sider myself catholic In my taste for noses. I can enjoy a noe for its mete expressiveness, whether It Is ag gressive or aristocratic or humorous. Hut It Is amazing how seldom this feature really satisfies the eye. The bridge- may bo too thick or too high, the line from the forehead too abrupt or too severely straight. More often a nose that Is really promising In Its be ginning falls lu the end. It keeps on too long or not long enough, while tho tip finds n dozen ways to err, aud n fine nostril Is rarely seen. In our typical American faces, overcrowded with features ns our houses nrc with furniture, the noso Is commonly dis proportionately large. Hut your really beautiful nose la a delight In every way. It la as fur from sharpness as from coarseness. It shows strength without obtruslvcness, deli cacy without fastidiousness, breeding without arrogance. It suggests humor, spirit and during. Hut I tell you can didly that thero aro not more than 100 such In the -I.OOO.OOO noses of Now York. You aro lucky when one happens to como your way. Atlantic Monthly. Overcoming Difficulties. I II nd nothing singular In life us tills. Hint everything opposing appears to loso Its substance the moment one actually grapples with It. Hawthorne. None but the III bred ridicule the pe culiarities of others. Irvington, Ky. Saturday, July 31,1915 The biggest and best Barbecue given in the county this year. Make your plans now to attend. This will be a record breaker event Amusements of ail Descriptions Brass Band! IV! usie All Day Big Crowd, lCIOIf( Has Your Money Been Absolutely Safe for 43 Years? AT THE OLD RELIABLE Breckinridge Bank. Only 46 Banks in the Whole State of Kentucky Can Say This. f I The Pyramid of Success I Louiso Collier Wilcox writes of tho qualities of it successful woman and given them as follows: Tenderness, Patience, Brains, Humor, Reliability, Persistance, Sense of Value, Sympathy, Health, Self-Control HTlif. ..w .-. .. Refreshing Short Stories Delightful Styles for Summer A New Way to Can Vegetables Am nmnno- tlio' Rnlmulirl nrrielns j . In Tire He Stood. It happened In n crowded Market street car ono evening recently. A gal lant passenger shifted his bundles, nrose, pretended to tako off his hat and said to an equally It not more bur dened femulo standee, "Won't you take iny seat, madam?" "Oh. thank you so much!" cried the lady. "I'll tako the seat with pleasure, but I don't want you to stand up." "Gee. lady," he grinned, blushing, "I'd like to accommodate you In both ways, but what would tho icopIo think If you was to sit In my lap" San Francisco Argonaut Music Among Farmers. In the current issue of l'urui aud Fire, side, David Maunes urges farmers to have neighborhood musical organiza tions iu schoolhouses. following is an Ice Cream Morning and Afternoon WHERE nrtlflft is v.ilimhlp tn pvprv August Delineator j extract from what he has to say on the subject: "What are you going to do with your schoolhouse this summer? I know a community which is planning to make its schoolhouse into a music club. "Almost every neighborhood has in it someone who knows a little more about music than the rest of the people, and who would welcome the chance to give lessons or to train a tiny chorus or or. chestra for a price which would become very small when divided among a num ber of people. "If your community has no member who wishes to undertake this work, you could get, by applying to the women's music clubs of your State, addreses of teachers, probably idle through the sum mer, who would be glad to come on an arrangement with you. "If a music club made a good start Cold Drinks if wnmnn J with a teacher in the summer, it could continue its work alone iu the winter and make the deep silences of frosty evenings harmonious with song. "Do you know the wonderful story of the Litchfield Chorus? In Litchfield County, Connecticut, where small towns climb up and down steep hills, there organized in five of these towns singing classes called the Litchfield Choral Union, under the care of one teacher. "Seveu hundred people belougfltfc these classes, and drive for mileJbn cold, snowy nights to their rehearsals, Once a year these classes have a great festival together at Norfolk. "There is a similar musical organiza tion in Kansas; aud nowhere in the world is the strange and majestic geulus of llach better understood and inter- preted than in the mining town of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,"