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The Breckenridge news: December 27, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911122701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 27, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI CHRISTMAS WEEK Mr. FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 25 charge nothing for their help. The IIIH Izens give over their automobiles to the I H fl rrHrN.SrlUl i II IIHU boys and their chief, who Is ono of tho U ' Ll best men of the town Dr. U.J. Malone, me Mayor of Sikeston, Is usually the A BIG CHRISTMAS first man on the scene of fire Recently the town has boon giving ten dollars to the boys who are first to get the engine Many Visitors In The Little Town. to a fire -IIUI CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1911. Baxter Dead T & r. R - I ' t E. B. Baxter, age seventy-fou- r years died December seventh at his home at AT L Glen Dean. He leaves a wife and four children, Elizabeth, Edward, Moss and Walter Daxter. Untill Next The funeral was conducted by the Makes Good Sale of 1909 To- Miss Mary E. Peyton, of HardSchool Adjourns bacco. Million And A Half Tuesday. Fine Literary Ex Masons, Mr. Frank Peyton olllciatlng. insburg, Becomes The Bride Miss Hawkins Closes Fine Mr. Baxter was born near Lebanon, Pounds Sold To Detroit Con000 Of Successful Traveling Man SchoolTerm-Merchaercises At The High School. Marion county and moved to Glen Dean nts EnMrs. Hcston feels quite at home. at cern At Straight Price of five yffirs ago He was a Confederate Of Jackson, Miss. Many Home Comers Here soldier and a member of Morgan's Wedding Sikeston for there is almost a Breckenjoy Good Trade. 11 Cents 4 ridge Colony there. Mr. and Mrs. W C. Command. lie made the raid with Holidays To Spend Takes Place In Louisville McElwayne live in Sikeston. She was Morgan through Ohio and crossed the PERSONAL SOCIAL NOTES Lexington, Ky.,Dec 23 The Burloy Saturday Miss Lena Hensley, of Hardinsburg. river at Brandenburg. Tobacco Soclcty,through its Executive MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Mr. McElwayne is doing splendidly In Committec,closcd a deal lata Saturday Llonal Connor, who has been learnUsing Gas Unlawfully WILL LIVE IN THE SOUTH the horse training business, and they ing telegraph under O. W. Dowell, has afternoon by wire with the John J. hiye a nice homo. Marriage licenses; Charles Mercer, Bagley Tobacco Company, of Detroit, a position in the Union Station at Owof Irvlngton and Eva Sprlnggate; RobHardlnsburg, Dec. 26. (Special) Joseph Patton, of Hamilton, O , was for the sale of 1,500,000 pounds, or 000 ensboro. Lional Is a bright young boy Brulngton.of Harned and Edna ert E. charged with using gas unlawfully. It about J, 300 hogsheads of A,'s, BS's, Miss Mary E. Peyton, of Hardimburg, Dr. V. D. Hunter, who was born and and is suic to make good whorovcr he M. Butler; Grover C.Ballowand Jamie Is alleged that when he learned that Cs's, low grade colory tobacco of the and Mr. Eleck Montgomery Dent, of reared at McDanioIs, is a successful goes. Claycorab. Jackson, Miss., were married in the osteopath of Sikeston, where he went his actions had been dlscovorcd he 1900 poo! at a straight price of A. B. McKaughan and family, of Miss Eliza Taylor Is spending the hastened home and attempted to make parlors of the Rev. Mr. Leltclifleld, at three years ago. Dr. Hunter and Mrs. cents per pound. Cloverport spent Sunday with Mr. and holidays at Custer. Christmas his home on Broadway in Louisville Hunter have three bright boys, Rusa change In the pipes In his cellar. Deal Pending For Week Mrs. Boyd McKaughan. Mr. and Mrs. P. Morris Beard are, The result was an explosion that Saturday. Sundav they came to Hard- sell, Thomas and Robert. The deal has been pending for about lnsburg for a short stay before leaving Chris. Perrlgo and wife returned to visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Ed. Beard, of wrecked his home. To add to the Owensboro after being guests of Mr. 000 Louisville. misery, he was arrested for using the a week and whs announced utiolllclally for Jackson, Miss., their future home. a few days ago. It Is the second sale Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Skillman, of and Mrs. E. H. Miller. It ha3 been sevThe bride is the beautiful and acMr. and Mrs. Alvin Sklllman have gas. of Burley I9OD pool tobacco that has complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hardinsburg, are also enjoying the eral years since Mr. Perrlgo has been country residence Inmoved from their taken place in the past few weeks. , Frank Poyton.of the Commercial Hotel. prosperity of the "Show-Me- " Card Of Thanks state. In our town, and found a great change to their now homo on Louisville street, The tobacco sold does not represent The groom Is the son of He makes a handsome salary in the in the place. Mr. Sam Dent, the property recently vacated by Dr. the best holdings of the Uurley Society of Louisville, and a brother of J. L. furniture department of the Farmers' Born to the wife of Lafe Williams, I want to thank each one personally W. A. Walker. under the I9O9 pool and It is quite pro Dent, a member of the State Board of Supply '"ompauy. a girl, Helen Williams, December 22. Guy Springgate, who has been at who gave me piano certificates. Mrs. bable that before many weeks pass the Agriculture. Mr. Dent Is a successful Mrs. Heston says she, of course, loves Miss Lclah Hawklnscloscd a successBowling Green since September, ar- Ben H. Miller. entire remainder of this pool will be traveling salesman with headquarters Breckenridge, but they could not be ful school at Shellman and returned rived Saturday to spend his holidays at disposed of. better pleased than they are now, home Saturday. at Jackson. Miss. his home at Custer. Burley Holdings Sought "Sikeston is money mad," said Mrs. SUPTJRISKELL Miss Laura Watllngton is spending Miss Blanche Smith, of the High Heston. "People make plenty of money Christmas develoDes that, considering the It week at homo. School, entertained her pupils Friday and spend it. The rich stay rich off the poor quality of the new tobacco now evening. Jim Jnlly and wife, of Guston, were poor, for the poor people spend their Marries In Louisville Yesterday. coming into the market, the Burley Dwight Wlllett came home from money trying to keep up with the rich." guests of Mrs.M.A. McCubbins ThursSociety's holdings of I9U9 are much Surprise To Many Friends. suugm. auer. mere nave oeen many Talks of Farm Life. He Feed-in- Sikeston affords every convenience and day. Berea College Friday to spend several is with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. days Gordon Payne was In Cloverport Satpleasure of the city and it is interestWins Miss Walls, Teacher In questions asked recently by big buyers Eighty-twWlllett Head of Hogs ing to hear Mrs. Heston tell of tho urday. ai.d there may be more good news for Hobart Shellman Is visiting at Breckenridge High School the old poolers within the next few Mrs. E. H. Miller went to Louisville on His Farm Near Irvington. western progress. Stephensport. Sunday to spend the holidays with her weeks. Jersey Cows His Hobby daughter, Mrs. Frank Ferry. School has adjourned untH January More Blessed To Give Mr. Andrew Driskell, the popular 2, 1912. Clifford Winchell, of Loulsanna, is county superintendent of the public August Dutschke. Coi. H. J.Gorsuch is feeding eighty Mack Brown Is at home from the schools, and Miss Bertba Walls, teachStephensport, Ky., Dec. 25, 1911. the guest of his father, Rev. J. F. two head of hogs for the February Dear Mr. Babbage: Please allow me Winchell. State University. er In the primary department of tne August Dut.schke, who died Novem market. He weighs them everv week space in your newsy paper to express Miss Bertha Smith spontSunday with Allen, of Louisville, Is enjoy Breckenridge County High School, were Horace married in Louisville yesterday. The ber 20. 11111, was born February 5, 1832, and show a gain of one and three my gratitude for a box of meats and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith. ing hunting with Morris II. Beard. In Breslen, Putssia Providence, Ger- fourths to two pounds the day. He fruits and other valuable articles from Berman Dowell, of Union Star, is in Jerry Lennon Is visiting Mr.and .Mrs. marriage was quite a surprise to many many. He was the son of George feeds 280 gallons of warm slop every frieuds at Bewleyville. May the friends of the bride and groom. SupInd., going to school. Roland Smith, of Stophensport. day He also feeds them corn but long live to bless mankind In erintendent Joel H. Pile, however, got Fredrick and Elnnra Jubon Dutschke. Kirby Blaine and family left Ernest Haswell, of the Cincinnati on the inside their acts of Christian kindness. May week for Florida, where they will last track of Cupid's trail and He joined the Lutherian church at they prefer the slop. and Mrs. make Art Academy, Is visiting Mr. the age of twelve jears and lived up to He is also a great lover of Jersey the Lord enable their humble pastor to let the news out at Hardlusburg before C. E. Haswell. its rules. He served in the German cows. Says ho bought one from his sp minister to their needs as to ever be their future home. We regret to give the knot was really tied. army one term as private and one as neighbor, ohn Mercer, recently. This worthy of their good things. May you them up. Miss Deila Klncheloe came homo Lieutenant. In IS57 he took jassae from Louisville Christmas. cow is proving to be one of the best he dear friends even realize that "It is The Christmas Dance Card of Thanks. America and landed at New over owned. She produces five gallons more blessed to give than to receive." Miss Fannie Kennedy, of Louisville, One of the most pleasantdancesever Orleans. La., October 23. 187. the trio of milk tho day spent a few days with her parents. Rev. J. F. Winchell. and ten This Is to thank my friends for the given in Cloverport took place at the lasted eight wee ,s an six days from the week. Following pounds of butter is his ration: one Louis aud Dr. Allen Klncheloe spent opera tickets given me In the Sippel piano house last night. The couples Germanv. half gallon of ground wheat, Gets The Piano Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. A. M. compossd the young society people of contest. I hey were greatly appreciatgallon shlpstuff, gallon corn, ed and turned to a valuable use for me. Klncheloe. this city and several visitors. one quart cotton-seemeal and a teaEsther Mae Jackson. Dyer will preach at Kirk Miss Louise Whitehead got the hand Rev. M. L. spoon full of Salvert stock food; fed hot, some piano given away in the contest next Sunday. twice a d.TV.. Tho rnlnnnl tnvc ,it iMijro at Sippel's Shoe .. vw.w..V. .., j Store. The contest The literary exercises at the High to give your stock good food, good closed PICKED OP Tuesday and Miss Whitehead School Friday afternoon were of a treatment and good, tight barns to was delighted with her prize. superior order. live in. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hook and little Give An Attractive Reception and Mrs. Joe. Jones and Miss Mollle CUTTING AND SHOOTING NEAR daughter, of Louisville, are vlsltlug Moorman, of Glen Deau,were in LouisDance, At The Home Of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jubal Hook. A STEPHENSPORT THURSDAY ville last week shopping. Katherine Moorman ChristMiss Mabel Mercer.of Bowling Groen Mr. Frank, of Witt & Frank, Irving-towith Miss Tida spent the week-enwas in Louisville last week buying mas Night In a difficulty that ended In cutting Mercer. E. H. Breidenbach Elected Sup- and shooting Peyton Canary and Harvey a planer and other machinery to install Misses Helen and Katherine Sutton, in their blacksmith shop. Enelish, The Girls' Club gave their annual erintendent of Light And Wat- happenedwore both injured. The affair Frank TeatT Is one of the progressiva of Louisville, daughters of Mr. and Christmas event, in honor of the young last Thursday at their adMrs. Estill Sutton, are spending the farmers living near Hardinsburg. He er Plants, Owensboro, For joining farms. society men, at the home of Miss Kath week at the home of their grandfather, erine Moorman was well pleased with both his tobacco Christmas night. Thirteenth Year. Judge N. McMercer. and corn crop this year. He had in I4 Gift From C. H. S. The house was decorated beautifully acres of tobacco which yielded him Roland A. Smith, of Stephensport, in mistletoe. In the dining room was pounds. He sold it for f8., f8. and was here Sunday, the guest of Mr. and a Christmas tree covered with brilliant Edward H. Breidenbach has been reTwelve dollars were taken up at the Mrs. Will Lennon. elected superintendent and manager of Cloverport Graded and High School as $3.; bringing him $1,200. He sold 1000 ornaments and unique gifts for the the Owensboro electric light and water a Christmas gift to the Kentucky bushels of corn for $600, and has plenty Miss Blanche Smith was in Louis- honored guests. to do huu stored in his crib. plants for the next 12 months beginning Children's Home Society. ville Tuosday and Wednesday. As soon as they arrived, Santa Claus, January 1, 1913. This action was taken W. R. Moorman & Sons, of Glen of Louisville, spent a whose part was splendidly played by Robert Ball, at a recent meeting of the electric Dean, are not only fine stock raisers few days with his brothers, W. S. aud Frank L. Moorman, took the packages T0BINSP0RT light and water commission, composed but are good tobacco growers. Their from the tree and saw that nobody was Hardle Ball. of Messrs R. S. Hughes, E. B. Andercrop this yoar rounded out 22,000 slighted. Each present was neatly Miss Rosa Lion Ditto is at home from son and S. R. Ewing. wrapped in white tissue paper and Tom Hyde Is the guest ot Mr. J. C. pounds. BowlingGreen for the holidays. Mr. Breidenbach has held his Ryan. fastened with little red seals on which Thos. Rogers delivered 10,000 pounds Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English came were painted "13" in white. for the past 12 years, and his y The Walter Weatherholt Is improving for which he got $1,200. up from Owensboro for a few days young men and competency to manage the from a severe r.celved gifts as follows: attack of pneumonia. J. T. F. Owen & Sons are delivering with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard. two plants justify the commission in Mr. Oscar Dickey, a train; Mr. Felix Forest Polk, of Purdue University, is their usual crop of 30,000 pounds of dark again Ntfman Hensley, of Lindsborg, Kan. Jarboe, a bank; Mr. Paul Lewis.a vase; him to his former po spending the holidays with home folks. tobacco. carr. home Saturday to spend Christ- Mr. Lafe Behen, a pair of so'eks; Mr. He finally settled at Sugar Tree Run sltlon. Owensboro Enquirer. John Rhodes has the best record for a. Owen Winchell, who Is attending mas. Mr. Breidenbach married Miss Sauer, Allen Pierce, a parasol; Mr. Dewey for a long and useful life He married Miss Polly Claycomb a Cloverport girl, and that's why he is Business College at Evansvllle, returned one man crop. Ho raised between nine Lewis Ditto, of Norfolk, Va., is at Denton, a horn; Mr. James Younger.a home Saturday to spend the holidays. and ten thousand pounds of tobacco, and home. set ot spoons; Mr. J, D. Babbage, Jr., a December 11, 1830 and they were par- making such a good record Editor. Dick Parish, who Is nttenHlntr Mr1. one thousand bushels of corn, on thirty nine children: William Henry, Mrs.Godfrey Haswell and daughter, canon; Mr. A. Bufllngton, a drum; Dp ents to ical College at Louisville, is spending acres. He farmed with Joe C. Georgia, arc in Stephensport with rel- H. J, Boone, a little red wagon; Santa Elizabeth Eluora, Catherine Alwilda. Breckenridge County People Glen Dean, the holidays at home. Claus, a pipe; Mr. Ira Behen, a spit Julius Bloom, Ida Independance, Chas. atives this week. Dr. H. E. Royalty has rented the upIn The "Show-M- e" Edward, Saxton Helm, Carlton Owen, State. Mr Chas. Conia has returned from Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman are toon. per front rooms In the Farmer's Bank The girls present were: Misses Eva James Grunda, all of whom survive ex111., where he has been working for the spending the week with Mr, and Mrs. new building at Hardinsburg, for his He leaves two and Edith Plank, Margaret and Edith cept Carlton Owen. Mrs. Alfred Heston, who Is visiting past year. g Alvin Skillman. This is his first sisters, Mrs, KarolineHumpel and Mrs. her dental ofllces. He says he is going to mother, Mrs. Francis Sawyer, is since his getting up from a siege Burn, Lula Severs, Ray Heyser, Kath-rln- AugustaShaddle, of Germany, Messrs Chas. Gardner, Maurice Hyde equip them with all the modern and and one delighted with her new home, Moorman, Louise Babbage,Cleona of typhoid. Sikeston, and Orval Leaf are snendlnir Xmas appliances known to the Weatherholt, Rebecca and Martha brother, Julius Dutschke, of Holt, Ky. Mo., and Mr. Heston likes his business week with their parents. Miss Bettle Taylor Is visiting In Augustus Dutschke was a kind father very dental profession and that his office will Willis, Mrs. Ira Behen. much. He has charge of the shoe Custer. Misses Naomi Simons and Rupert be second to none in the State. The He was honest department In Mrs. Moorman assisted the girls in and splendid citizen. one of the largest mer- Tinsley are spending Xmas with their doctor is a progressive young man, a, and industrious and good it was to cantile stores. entertaining, JBi parents. know him. good dentist and is enjoying a fine Will Move To West Point During the evening, Shortly after they went to houseMessrs Jess Conia and 'Sheldon Lee practice. Wo wish the young man a and dancing was enjoyed, a two course keeping, a residence next door burned, great big bunch of success, We like The Golden Girl Jas. S. Younger and duughter.Eudora luncheon was served. and their house caught fire but was are spending the holidays at home. to see men ambitious and full of en and his mother, Mrs.Lucinda Younger, Mrs. Joe Paulln arrived Friday to saved and damaged little. The fire dethusiasm in their work. It pays, will leavo Friday for West Point to Got For Three Hogsheads What Is a credit to Cloverport Is the partment of Sikeston is voluntary ser- spend Xraus with her mother. $7.00 make their home. Mr, Younger has "Golden Girl," the 27x02 foot boat, just vice. The city runs a fire engine and Messrs Jess Stith, Peter Loesch and Returned Wednesday H, B. Parks, of Clifton Mills.shlpped finished by the Cloverport Foundry. It whenever an alarm is given the young Oscar Sample returned Friday from the agency of the L, II. & St. L, depot there. They leave many friends here. three hogsheads of red tobacco to will run betweenOwensboro and Evans men of the town drop their work and Owensboro where they sold their Misses Edith and Eunice Wheeler, of Mrs. Younger Is one of Cloverport's Louisville last week and got $7.00 the ville. run for the engine and the large water Indiana, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. oldest residents and Mr. Younger Is round for it. He had in two acres hose, Rubber coats and caps are fur Miss Veva prominent In lodge and social circles. and it weighed out 37OO pounds. Subrcrlbe Today! Nowl nished them by the city, but they port Saturday.Winchell was in Clover- - J. E. Rowland Tuesday, They attend ed the Christmas dance. 3-I llf COLKUCH o g rs fc-Nort- h I one-hal- f one-ha- lf d GIRLHLUB . o I n, d 17,-00- 0 posl-tloeillc-lenc- n 1 Mat-tlngl- y, out-in- e te SJZ2 ..i - , NEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD TI.hh.r4s Han KHifij TrwWe art Never Sisjm. ft, SELECT GULLINGS IN THE REALM New Year Centenaries. The year 11)12 will be tine of mnny bicentenary of historic centonarlcs-th- o tho birth of Frederick the Great, for Instance, on ,Tnn. 21, The second hnlf of tho year will be sprinkled with centenaries of bnttlos. of American victories at sea, of the doughty deeds of the Constitution, the Wasp nnd tho United States and of the prowess of our privateers. At the same time Russia will commemorate the breaking of Napoleon's power on the plains nnd tho burning of Moscow. Townrd tho closo of the year South America will celebrato the early successes of Simon Dollvnr, the liberator. Spain and England will remember Wellington's successes nt Cludad Ilodrlgo. Hadujoz nod Salamancn and tils entry into Madrid. Lovers of Dickens will pny tribute to his memory on the hundredth nnnlvcr-sar- y of his birth, on Feb. 7. It Is not uninteresting to tnke time by the forelock nnd look Into the calendar before Its period of nctunl service begins. I! fa A House of Evil Repute. The houso In St. Petersburg which M. Stolypln occupied nt the time of his assassination nt Kiev has nn evil repute nnd merits tho appellation bestowed upon It by n Paris paper. "la mnlson fntnlc." The property of the state, It Is the official residence of tho president of the council of ministers. Thirty-tw- o yenrs ngo General Mesen-zof- f, the uncle of Mme. Stolypln, met his death there nt the hands of revolu tionists. There his successor. General versation was n dead language un- Potnzoff, had n mentnl breakdown. Later two ministers of tho Interior, known. Slplagln and I'lehve, both came to nn ac"The women are mute beings, cepting their destiny with deep still- untimely end during their tenancy. On ness. The wife gives up her strength the other hand, three ministers tilling to the limit, nnd dies after giving birth the same position Count Count Tolstoy and M. Dournovo to a dozen or more children, to - ike wny for wife No. 2. who gives another declined to' live In the house, nnd they Her escaped attack. Tho present premier dozen children to her country. adobe house, with Its dirt floor mado has not taken over the official resiof nnt hill clay mixed with beef gall. dence. Is n chamber of horrors to nn AmeriChefez, the Boy Violinist. can traveler. Bloch's Wochenschrlft. Vienna. In "The farmer depends upon bis ten or eighteen children of nil sizes to help speaking of the b&y violinist. Josef "WHT, niM. AM I HUAHU SIX PIiAINIiYl" Chefez. who mny be heard In the Unito him. A KnfTIr as an employee Is as the winds thnt blow. Yet ed States soon, says: "Lie comes honAdams, leading off, made It easily, nnd lie was followed by Sterrett, nnd both that Kufllr Is the hired man In the estly by his musical tnlent. Ills father, mines nnd elsewhere In South Africa. Ruben Chefez. was n popular musician were on their way when Read his huge frame nnd leaned Tho white man ns n day laborer Is a In Wilna, nnd his uncle. Nissan, congeneral failure. He cannot be worked ducted n school for music nt Wnssau. against the ball. lie sliced his drive, nnd tho bull went In droves like the Kaffir from the In- Tho boy. who Is only ten yenrs old, Into the quarry, where Ople descended terior, whose language, in clicks nud has already had a musical career. Ills father began to Instruct him when tho vowel sounds. Is hardly human. laboriously and went to work. "The Boer Is not long lived. One boy wns three yenrs old, nnd two years Adams nnd Sterrett presently henrd n succession of whacks, and after a bit seldom met nn uged Boer of the old later he entered the Wllna School For the ball came out. with Read in hot stock. Oom Paul Kruger. who was Music. lie was not yet six years old seventy-fiv- e years old when he died, when he made his debut on the con pursuit. may strokes la the quarry?" vsas an exception. Hatred toward the cert stage nnd then entered the St. "Dow ultlander nnd the lust for gold nnd Petersburg conservatory, where he apasked Grizzly. power were what kept tho fires of life peared In a concert arrnnged by tho "Three." said Ople. Adams turned to Sterrett. and they burning nt white heat within him." directors especially for him. Since nenlth Culture. both laughed. then he has been heard on all the great "Why." said lie. "BUI and I heard concert stages of his country." six plainly " Every family has need ofagoo'l, te-- , "I know." said Ople, "but three of Where Americans Are Unpopular. IMhle linhtionl. For sprains, bruise", them were erhne-- "Chicago Evening Every time the natives of a country ore'-tM- s of tho muscl's nnd rheiimHttc In Central I'ost. America meet In a small pains there is none better than Chamroom, drink large quantities of black coffee, smoko countless numbers ot Don't use harsh physics. The reac- berlain's. Sjld by all dialers. blncker cigarettes nnd hatch out a revtion weakens the bowels, leads to olution somebody nrlses to remark chronic constipation Get Uoan's Re Oratory No Longer Soars. that no Americans, meaning citizens "Oratory Is a lost art." said a Clevegulets. They operate easily, tone the land man the other day. "I used to go of the United States, are wanted In stomach, cure constipation. down to the courts Just to hear the thnt neighborhood. The reason for this Is thnt the Americans are real fightlurid speeches. Nothing doing In that nny more. The lawyers do not ers, and whenever n row Is started line they make It a point to shed real blood. LIFE ON A BOER FARM. talk about flowers, rainbows nnd sunNot long ngo, in one of the revolutlon-nr- y beams today. movements In Honduras. George The Houso a Chamber of Horrors, the "There wns a lawyer In Cleveland Housewife Hopelessly Dull. years ago Bill Robinson was his name T. Miller, nn American, wns killed An American woman traveling in whose addresses to a Jury always at- nfter being ambushed near a cemetery In one of the towns of Honduras. South Africa was detained by Hoods tracted n crowd. I will forever rememand compelled to spend a month oil u ber one of his sentences. The man he When they found Miller, however, s. Boer I'unu. "The tlrst night's monoto- was lighting In there lay in front of him sixteen had n reputany." she writes, "was broken by tho tion as somethingthe suit dead. Popular Magazine. of a miser. roaring of the ostriches under our win"Who Is this man who Is he?' thundow. We thought It was a tame Hon. dered Robluson Pensions For Horses. 'Vou know nnd I "The fanner and Ids family lived know that he bolls his potatoes in widThe highly original will of nn eccenchiefly on sour bread ami sour skim-miltric bachelor. Emll von Hlzony. Is reows' tears.' was therefore huugry and "This phrase caught the Jury, and ported from Vienna. The deceased, most of the time, and the ripe tigs the brother of a well known Hungari banging In clusters were pretty allur-lug- . Robinson won his case, but one does an deputy, wns sixty-fiv- e yours old, not hear any such "oratory' ns tbut After pu.shlng back the skin of uoivudays." detested women nnd lived on n war Case and Comment. the fig and enjoying the soft fruit, footing with nil his relatives. In bis with Its tropical luMe, I hud a refreshwHI he bequeathed till his real and pering night's sleep, only to awaken in Whej your fett are wet snd cold, and sonal estate, worth about $100,000, to the morning pretty well scared, for my our body chill-- d As executhrough and through his twelve draft horses tongue was so swollen nnd black thnt tors of the will ho named tho Society iiom exposure, take a big dose of 's I could not talk. Cough Remedy, butlie your For the Protectlou of Animals nt Buda"The Boer wife toughed and enjoyed pest, stipulating that the interest on my discomfort nnd explained that the feet in hot wat r before going to bed, his property should be devoted to the skin of the fig had numerous lino hikI you are almost certain to ward off u care of these twelve animals nnd that thorns uud I had not been careful to cold. For bale by all dealers. upon the death of ono of them anothremove thera when eating. er uged horse wns to be taken In and "When told the farmer's wife thnt cared for, so that the number of twelve I liked buttermilk In quantity I noThe Real Trouble. might always be maintained. The relticed that I had a cupful or so given "Oh. doctor." sighed the patient, "1 atives are furious. me. but she threw It by tho pailful to am so glad you have come. I feel tho pigs. They were of fur more con- dreadful, nnd I don't know what In The Smallest Republic. sequence to her than I. for they would the world Is the mutter with me. My The smallest republic in the world stay longer with her and were her says It Is nothing but nerv- without contradiction U that of Tavo-Inrhusband I was not. ous Indigestion, but his mother Is posia little Island situated about a "Then, again, when 1 was hungry for tive I am going to have appendicitis, butter on my bread n white, clammy nnd my mother declares I have Inter- dozen kilometers (seven and a half It Is a little substance made from sheep's tall fat mittent fever, and my sister says It inllesi from11 Sardinia. more than mile in length nnd has a was hauded to me. and I could not al- looks to her like creeping paralysis, and The sovereignlow the furiiier's wife to see me quiver. Aunt Henrietta says I've got malaria. population of llfty-llvty of the Island was accorded In 1830 She sold her butter In the village close What do you thluk I've got. doctor?" by King Chnrles Albert to the Bnrto-leoby at 75 cents u pound, more or less. "Well." frowns the physlclnn. "from family. Up to 1882 Paul I. reignSour bread and green strawberries these symptoms I should say offhand ed peaceably over his little Island plenty of theuit were considered good that you have too many relatives." kingdom, but nt his death the Islandenough. Chicago Post. ers proclaimed n republic. By the con"This Boer family was ono of tho stitution of the republic the president wealthiest of their kind. There was is elected for ten yenrs. nnd women not a ripple of fun or exuberant life exercise the franchise. In anvthltie hut the llvo stock. Con one-uoiiBing-hamtoii, I.orls-Mell-kol- f, tundo-pendabls Hon-duran1 Cham-heiUin1 ut How To Find Oot. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water ii ml let it sianu twenty-fou- r Hours; a linckilustscdi-tnent- . or settling. yEL$ sTTJ) stringy or milky rrrrNL-Playing Golf With Opic Read. uiiin;uiuiu:c ui icii Grizzly Adams. Whltcclmpcl club indicates on unhealthy condicandidate for mayor nt tlio tlmo Ucmp-Btca- d tion of the kidrecently Wnshburno won, enmo neys; too freto tho city he lost. Mr. Adams lias ft quent desire to pass it or nain in great variety of Interests, including golf, nnd ho carries his clubs with him U12 back arc also symptoms that tell vou the kidneys nnd bladder arc out of order to bo ready for any of thorn. and need attention. n similar It was on nn excursion of What To Do. There is comfort In the knowledge so nature tlint he fell In with Oplo Head often nnd Dill Stcrrctt nt Dnllna. In tho old Swamp-Roo- t,expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's days neither Grizzly nor Oplo would fulfills almost the great kidney remedy, every wish in correcting touch a golf stick with tonps, but both rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, had become strong for the game If not liver, bladderandevcrynartofthcurinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water ntlt. and scalding pain in passing it, or bad suggestA three handed match was effects following use of liquor, wine or ed, nnd the first hole had been played. beer, and overcomes that unpleasant neTho second hole was beyond nn aban- cessity of being compelled to go often doned quarry crossed by a bridge. It through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and took only nn onllnnry drive to bo safe, immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t is soon realized. It stands the highest bc- causcot us remarkable health restoring properties. If you need n . vCJJ medicine you should X. BH-'Skhave the best. Sold by druggists in fifty-ceuii ii sizes. iiomiuM.iuL You may have n sample bottle sent free by mail. Address I)r. Kilmer & Co., N. Y. Mention this paper and rcmeuibcrthcnamc, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, nnd the address, liiughamtoii, ft. Y., on every bottle. J PIANOS i0m0im OF FASHION A K,S,and -- SHS SiSH1 PIANOS J A fine Piuno $150 Cash Uat d Pinnos from $35.00 up. $175 on Time vrjjnns irtmi ."jiio.uu up Russian Effect. We are Factory Representatives Write us for Catalogues This striking child's dress of navy blue sian gold used serge Is worn with an over Rusblouse in blue nnd green with a stripe. The plain blue sorgo Is THE 107 DANIEL-SAA1UEL- S MUSIC CO. OWENSUORO, KY. .,,., ,mn,mm.m,mmm ,,, m t as bands In a circular head- - West Third St. -- ..... .. .m..,,,.,,.,,, ,.M cv Hsk J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN & SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CL0VERP0RT, KY. IAMi1 Y V i Ji iiji i I l iV V vi LnPii iirj W J$& V Four , ::...: f JZjk j: MM I I L V NAVY BLUK SH1IOU AND PLAID DItES3. lng on the blouse nnd for the side strip. The plain undersleeves are edged with lace and stitched, while a gnthered hico yoke Is used in the Blue crocheted buttons are blouse. good to use on the left fastening. Shoulder Lines. In past seasons it could be remarked that yokes, round or square or pointed, ns the ense might be. were In fashion, but now uny shape, regular or Irregular, Is In order. Shoulder capes, large nnd small, are In evidence, giving n quaint, old time appearance to the costume thnt suits very well n certnln type of figure, but otherwise Is npt to look dowdy. The line between these two effects, qualntness nud dowdluess. Is a very fine one nnd cuuuot be too closely observed. sa&3g put it into his head to work more with his i:..ai.ns. This great little paper is always nudging fanners up to Farm Journal ("cream, not "JVTANY a farmer will tell you he never knew how 7 much bigger crops lie could raise unci I'mim Joukn . make more money. Pleasant but persistent, it works at you year after year to raise larger crops, finer horses and cows, heavier hogs, bigger apples and potatoes, and shows you just HOW to do it. skim-milk") Can't look well, eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body. Keep the blood pure with Burdock-BlooBitters. Eat simply, take exercise, keep clean and you will have long life. Dancing and Kissing. old, and lias over 750,000 subscribers, more than any other farm paper published. Its four million readers (known as "Our Folks") are the most intelligent and prosperous country people in the world, and arc always saying journal helped to make them so. It is clean, brief, "boiled down," full of practical wisdom, gumption, fun and sunshine. It believes in order, thrift, kindness, comfort, and happiness, and it has old Peter Tumbledown always ready to show how NOT to run a farm. "Our Folks" have comfortable homes, modern buildings and machinery, tight roofs and fences, gates that swing free, sound horses, and happy wives and children, and money in bank. Their potatoes arc the largest, their milk tests the highest, their hogs weigli most, their fruit brings the best prices. Live farmers everywhere find this out, and they want the Farm Journal. well-dress- is 3-- i years Subscribe now, and get with the paper any of these famous d Money-makin- g Secrets. exposes the These great illustrated booklets arc all stories of success in farming, and they tell you the methods that won it. s a unique collection of the secret methods and discoveries of successful poultrymcn. It eives Fetch a famous mating chart, suppressed for years, the Curtiss method of securing SO per cent, more pullets than cockerels, lloycr s method of insuring fertility, with priceless secrets of mating, breeding, feed and feeding, how to produce winter eggs, and many others of great value long jealously guarded, now first published. The old time ballroom smacked of the kiss. Without It the dance was Incomplete. It wns claimed as n right And given freely. The very Idea of such nn omission would have caused a strike, ns these lines foretold: Dut some reply. What foole would daunce If that when daunce Is doone Ho may not have at lailye's lips That which In daunce he woon? TVilllfrv Seoifr5 ,,,," 111 "P'lceing." cocaine and gasoline doping, and other 7 tricks of gyps and swindlers. It enables any one to tell nn mmuund lioroo. It also gives many valuable feeding, training, breeding and veterinary secrets. bushel TTnrf Sprrftc ,r methods of "bishoping," hand-boo- k Pnm r London Tntlor. the "Corn King." It tells how to get ten to twontr oro per ncro of corn that is rich in protein and other valuable elements. Wonderful photographic pictures make every process plain. EGG-FARM pine-bel- t, Sfrrt c 's tnc Breat NEW of Prof. Holden, stock-feedin- g NOTICE S. B. Bell's etal., Plaintiff vs. New Jersey makes over $18,000 n yenr, mainly from eggs. If you keep chickens, read about the "Rancocas Unit" and learn how Foster FEEDS bis hens. THE "BUTTER BOOK" tells of seven cows that produced hnlf n ton of butter each per year (140 pounds is the average). An for dairymen. Get it, weed out your poor cows, and turn your good ones Into record-breaker- Tho MILLION tells how J. M. Foster, in the America Bell et al., Def J All persons having claims against the estate of Nannie Bell, deceased, will file the same with the undersigned commissioner on or before the first day of February, 1013; duly proven as required by lawi this the Gth day of December, 1011. Lee Walls, Com'r. Evolutions of Custom. "My son." said Mrs. McGudley. "before 1 married your father 1 made him promise that tie would not smoke or play cards for money." No. 3391 you with fresh Vegetables and fruit, how to cut down your grocery bills, and get cash for your surplus produce. It tells when and how to plant, cultivate, harvest and GARDEN GOLD shows how to make your back-yar- d supply market every kind. M,onY Every year they sell over 40.000 ducklings at a net profit of no cents enoh. Tells why ducks pay them better than chickens, and Just HOW they do everything. DUCK DOLLARS y tells of the great Weber duck-far- m near Any one of these splendid booklets, with Farm Journal FOUR full years, (And It you subscribe NOW, bclora thry tills oiler, we ill ttot you also l'oor almanac brought down to 1912. packed Ui-- t C 1 nn UUUl lOr J1.UU iri fmV ltlclianl Revived, I'ruklln't lth rr til jon.'. iml ttll us where you uw wit and wisdom lor the farmer.) Times have changed. If you decide to propose to n woninu I want you to exact n similar ussurunco." Washington Star. Made the Sale. "Mr. Whllker. I have seen It stated that women's fopt are becoming larger. How about that':" "There may lie some truth In It, but among till my customers 1 don't know 1 single one that It applies to, madam." -- Chicago Tribune. "Yes" mmsm&m FARM JOURNAL, TcSr Olf thlt COUDOa. 333 N. Clifton Street, Philadelphia! (IB ':o:o:o:qx:p:o:o:ooo:o:p:o:o:oxo;o:o:o fill it OUt. anil Bend In With mrtn nm Publishers Farm Journal, 333 N. Clifton Street, Philadeinhia: Kfl Tfcr !i CI IK1 in ,,., iui .TDTnttai v.l,uu nrppn ........ w .,v, ,u tin wi'riiivasanveriiseu. w juui iui You are to send me the Farm Journal for FOUR FULL YEARS, and 2 (, r rt 2 this booklet BOTH for $1.00. And if you get this IN TIME, you are to send also the Poor Richard Almanac for 1912. Name Full Address. (Don't foriet to Inclosa the monev.- We will take vnnr f!ll I7r?ir . ,-. nsWSl-gg-- tf g faMMsTaaa COWW 8Q 99 o Q Qg-- 3 ci ryol - I V i Svibscribe Now The Paris Radium Palace. Knows No Pity. Mine. Curio's "radium palace" prom"Is ho very bitter against tho man ises to be one of the most Interesting who ran nwny with bis wlfo?" buildings In the world. Foundations "Almost too bitter. He Insists upon for It have been laid nt great depth lu getting n divorce so that she can marry the Ruo Pierre Curie, In southern him." Houston Post. Paris. All her laboratories will be located there, nnd she will carry on tho Good. researches which she began with her "He has a good wife, hasn't he?" late husband. The building will be "I should sny so. Ue can always borlined throughout with a thick layer of money from her when be goes lead, which Is Impenetrable to'radlutn row broke himself." -- Detroit Free Press. rays. vi Ctrt re. ,- ....... OSS Scissors, Pocket and Butcher Knives, Hatchets, Axes, Etc., Sharpened After Work Hours. W. A. Roff, News office if' - - , THE FEATHER FAD GROWS APACE The Gourah a New Effect Over Which Fickle Paris Raves. The vagaries of tlio feather continue to proTo ono of tliu most absorbing topics of Interest In ttio millinery No extravagance seems too world. Brent to bo acceptable by those who value the bizarre In lint adornment, and the appearance of the gouriih plume ndds another possibility of eccentricity to the ninny schemes made manifest. The gournh Is a feather dear by fits and starts to women, nud in Paris It Is now regarded most highly. To cause the plume to wave right nway from the lint, ns If It were almost n detached iifTnIr. Is one of the resources of the designer. If the feather Is not set at an absurd angle such ns this It Is equally obtrusive In another form, waving out at the back of a bonnet or rising abruptly from n mass of plumes wound modestly around the crown of the tint. A toque made of velvet has what Is called the donkey's ear loop at one side, or lx)th ears are shown In velvet, branching away from the swntherles of material. This Is one among many trimmings of a plutnellUe effect, among which may be reckoned the knitted quill, the one composed of beads and the spun glass "brush." Fashion Fancies. The vogue for the separate collar Is still at its height. Beads worked In designs are very effective on evening costumes and are used as well on afternoon blouses nud simple little dresses. Boleros nre oriental In style. The Greek, Byzantine and Egyptian embroideries nre used to slmulato the bolero line In many dresses. Sometimes graceful, scanty, little empire evening gowns of thin satin have petticoats of chiffon so soft and limp they can be drawn through a ring. Hcop earrings nre allowed girls from seventeen up, but they must be of coral, tiny seed pearls or plain gold. A well brought up young person does not wear diamonds, and all her earrings have screw fastenings. V h NOTICE 1 y A i1 w 1 No. vs John Canary, et al. Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of H. C. Canary, deceased, will Hie the same with the undersigned commissioner on or before the first day of February, 1912; duly proven as required by law; this the 6th day of December, I9II. Lee Walls, Com'r. FOREST FIRES. Rob't. T. Canary, et al., Pl'ff. They Are Sometimes a Gain to Thoso Who Own tho Timber. People who have read nccounts of great forest llres may be surprised to learn that. In place of los. such tires gain to the owner are sometimes The loss In lumber If cut within a is small, and the removal of underbrush reduce the cost of lumbering. That a forest lire could In any way be a lieuellt anil not an' Injury seems so novel that miiiic proof .Is necessary. The statement has been made that more timber Is dotroyed by tire every year than is converted into lumber. As a mutter of fact, the report of the forest service declares the iiettiiil lire loss In national reserves for the last three years lias amounted to only of 1 tier cent. From some llfty 11 few-yearone-tent- r im&jit-ti- , iiSfflSflfflH n$vn','T11 Jsu& ill llifei ft Kg; X Essential to Comfort tjERFECTIO fort. The most dangerous sort of ship afloat is that particular kind of vessel known ns the oil tank, and there Isn't a snilorman who will slgu on for a voyage In ono If ho can get n Job on board any other class of vessel. The oil tnnk Is n vessel wboo cargo consists of oil, which is carried in great tanks. Two dangers ore ever present to all on board namely, tbnt the oil may heat and explode, which means the Instant destruction of the ship, or that It may burst from tbe tanks. In which ense the ship Is nlmost certain to be destroyed by tire. There Is also the remote danger of the oil "fuming." When the oil "fumes" the working of the ship becomes nlmost Impossible. On a "fuming" oil tank uo one can remain below Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets deck for more than ten minutes withyou crazy. Can't bear the touch of out becoming overcome by tbe oil your clothing. Doan's ointment cures fumes, which are n hundred times the most obstinite cases. Why suffer. mote deadly to human life than coal gas. All druggists sell it. The most terrible tragedies of tho ocean have occurred on board these EQUAL TO THE TEST. death traps. A few years ago a Russian oil tank, Daniel Webster, the Boy, at His Enthe Omar, which sailed from Datum bound for Bombay with 40.000 gallons trance to Exeter Academy. c Almost a year passed, however, be- of oil 011 board, was sighted in the by a (icruinu tramp steamer namfore tho plan so long cherished was fairly started and Daniel, dressed In a ed the Velter Keud. The Omar wns brand new homemade suit and astride Hying signals of distress and when a sidesaddle, rode with his father to sighted was apparently completely disExeter to be entered at the famous abled, for she was making no head-- v acedemy founded by John Phillips. iij . The sea was quite calm, and the capThe principal then and forty years thereafter was Dr. Benjamin Abbot, tain of the Velter Fend approached one of the greatest teachers our coun within hailing distance of the disabled try has yet produced. As the doctor ship, but no reply came from her In was ill the duty of examining the new response to his hall. Then the captain of the German pupil fell to Joseph S. Buckmluster, then an usher at the academy, but tramp sent a boat to the silent ship. destined to jutluence strongly the reli- When the boat's crew reached tier gious life of" New England. decks they saw live men lyiug on tho It was the custom of tile doctor, we deck, three of whom were dend. Tho are told, to conduct the examination other two were in a state of collapse, of applicants with pompous ceremony, but alive. and that, imitating him. young Buck- The mate of tho German tramp, who minster summoned Webster to his was In charge of the boat, at oneo presence, put on his hat and said. guessed that the oil had "fumed" on "Well. sir. what Is your age?" "Four- board the oil tank, probably at night, teen." was the reply. "Take this Bi- and that the two men in a statu of collapse were probably the only surble, my Jad. and read that chapter." The passage given him was St. vivors ot the disaster. This subseLuke's dramatic description of the con- quently turned out to be the case. Below the decks, which the crew of spiring of Judas with the priests and scribes, of the last supper, of the be- the Oerman tramp penetrated with trayal by Judas, of the three denials of great dllliculty and danger to themPeter and the scene In the house of selves, for the oil was still fuming, six the high priest. But young Webster of the oil tank's crew were found was equal to the test and read the dead In their bunks, where they had whole passage to the end in a voice been suffocated by the fumes in their and with a fervor such as Master sleep. Three of the crew had succeedBuckmluster had never listened to be- ed In reaching the deck, but had died fore. "Young man." said he. "you nre subsequently. qualified to enter this Institution.". mul The two survivors were the only two on dock when the fumes burst from no more questions were put to him. John Bach McMaster. "Daniel Web- the tanks and in their efforts to save the others hnit very nearly perished ster " themselves. The crew of n Norwegian oil tnnk When you have a cold get a bottle of named the Helios had n terrible expeCough Remedy. It will rience a few years ago In Chamberlain's Knrm fix von nn nil rlulit ntirl will ward During a heavy gale, in which off any tendency toward pneumonia, j tho Helios suffered very rougli hanThis remedy contains no opium nor oth- dling in the mountainous seas, her oil tanks, containing OO.OOO gallons of er narcocic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. Sold by crude nil. hurt and flowed Into the bunkers, threatening to penetrate In a nil dealers-- . few minutes into the tlrcroom. The crow flung themselves nt the As a Last Resort. pumps like madmen. The oil soon beMother- -I saw you kissing my daugh gan to fume, and uo man could keep ter. nt the pumps for more than 11 few "Yes. but only out of desperation minutes without becoming overpowerI couldn't think of anything to say to ed. The captain of tho Helios orderher." Fllegendo Blatter. ed all the crew on deck, and four In their turn went below every tivo minutes to work at the pumps. The Oght they made for their lives MIHrdl'dMilloi ills was ono of the most desperate thnt has ever been waged on tho oeenu. n She Directly the tank hnd burst tho laid been ordered out of the There wns no time to quench the llres. for tho firemen would cer tulnly have been suffocated by tbe fumes of the oil hnd tbey remained below to do so. For eleven hours tho 0 Ulcers and crew of the Helios worked like demons at the pumps, making the most desperate efforts to keep tho oil from reacblug the fire room. By tho end of that time eight of the crew lay unconscious on the deck, overcome partly by exhaustion and partly by the fumes. It was now ouly possible to work two of tho pumps, and it became certain tbnt, unless help arrived In another hour, the ship, with every living soul 011 board, would perish. It should be VflLkK mentioned Hint every lifeboat on tbe Helios had been damaged during the Pa-clll- lumber companies the highest nffmit-teloss from tire Is J per cent In twenty .tears. Another company estlmntes Its lire loss for (Ifty two years at 1 per cent, and another, during sixty, has had nu annual loss of of I percent. Twenty eight companies report their loss since organization as "hardly worth mentioning." The point of these reports, so surprising to thoe unncqualnted with the Is that the tires, while lumber they kill the trees, do not consume the trunk. The less severe tires do not necessarily kilt the trees. Worse tires do this by burning the underbrush around the trees nud perhaps the tops of the trees. But the trunk of the tree, the log from which the boards nre to be cut. Is seldom touched. The killed timber mnkes ns good lumber ns the other, the duly difference being that It Is necessary to out it within n limited time. White pine or hemlock In the upper Mississippi valley must be cut the tlrst or the second winter following the tire or worms will Injure the lumber The two year period applies In the "Inla.id empire" and to the hemlock on the slopes of the Cascades. Western spruce need not be cut for three years and western flr for four years. Ited cedar has no limit, and trees burned flfty years ago arc now being turned Into shingles. Jonas Howard In Chicago Tribune. s DEADLY OIL TANKS Ships That Arc a Constant ace to All on Board. DEATH Men- niMninvai Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. ' Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . .1 Shorthand . Educate For Business LURKS IN THE CARGO. Betides the Constant Danger of the Oil Heating and Exploding and Instantly Destroying the Vessel There la Alto the Peril of "Fuming." .. .Bookkeeping. . .Type-Milting- .Itapiil Calculation. . , ,.CI . . Service. .Commercial law. . . . I'euniniislilp. ,. . .Commercial Geography. . . .Heading. . ...Hanking, Commerce. . . . I'iiik tttntioii. . . .Use of Adding; . . .SHlling. , . . Kngllsh. .. .Grammar. Xante other Machine, and ofllco devices. .. Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensboro, Ky. THE TRAGEDY OF A DISLOCATED SHOE Crow and I. M. Rrown. Mr. Brown raised 6000 pounds. He started at one o'clock Monday morning and the number of his wagon was ninty-nin- Sad Story of the Discomfiture of Major Butt, This is tho sad narratlvo of how Archibald Wllllagham Butt, a major In the United States army and military aid to the president, cast u shoe. The thing was done before the admiring gaze of a crowd in n brilliantly lighted theater without- the aid of wires and in perfect form. Tho president wns to occupy a mezzanine box, and Mutt stood at the head of tbe stairs leading to Mr. Tuft's place. The electric light shone warmly on the red carpeted, steps, and toward that par ticular locality were turned tho eyes of everybody In the house. When the president entered tho theater Major Butt. In gold braid and with clanking sword, started a dash down the stairway. As he did so the patent leather low cut shoe thnt he wore on his left foot Hew Into tbe nlr like a boomerang, wavered, glided downward and struck tho steps, down which It rolled to the floor. There stood the president. There stood Butt with one shoe off and one shoe 011. Then the president laughed. So did tbe whole house that is. everybody except Iiutr. lie merely served as the butt of the But why pursue It? Washington Star. Where Our Dead Go. Major S. Harris, one of the Australians who fought in the South African war. visited British Columbia and finally settled down In Vancouver Now he tells of 11 man in his province who went over to see London for tho first time Inst year and wits being shown through Westminster abbey. lie got into conversation with a tourist ngent who was showing a party nbout. and at Intervals the man who was explaining the I'.rltlsh Columbian questions n limit Vancouver. "I suppose that in your country you have 110 place llk tin abbey?" lie suggested "Xo." replied the other "Then wlmti may I ask. do you do with your illustrious dead?" "First." refilled the Hrltlsh Columbian, "wo appoint a commission to see whether the man Is really dead, and then If the ciiunilsslou decides In the lflirmntlve we send film to the legls-nture." J. H. Prvor, of Hancock, sat up nearly all night nfter he got to town with his wagon. Early Monday morning he went to see his dnughter, Mrs. Bradley Coombs and took a nap. ZL EC9 To 0 o 000 By two o'clock Stader's livery stable G. P. Richards, of Lyonia, brought in a load for Louis Jackson. had taken in fifty strange horses J. L. Jackson, of Ljonia, has a 4OOO Miss Malissa Mattingly is in the office again nt Mr. Phclon's factory and she pound crop this year. said bv the time the morning was over she nlmost knew how to farm for she Allen Bennett, of Chenault, J. A. beard tho groweis talk so much about Ballow and H. A. Eskridge, of Amnions, arrived here Mocany on tho their work. morning train with samples. Mr. Bennett is thinking of returning to the 000 "Show-Me- '' state soon. Xo tobacco will be received from Decembor 23 to lanunry the first. 000 James Sahlie, a Cloverporter, raised 000 D. J. Roberts fetched samples of his 201,'i pounds of tobacco on one acre He got "The !000 pound crop raised on his farm near down in and $3 Chute" here. $9, $9 for it. Several town Hardinsbiirg. people had the pleasure of watching Mr. Sahlie raise his fine crop. Rarely 000 a day passed that he wasn't in the Mr. I'helon paid from $9 per hundred patch. clown to S3. He said the tobacco this 000 year has weight; but the color is not Babbagesold several sets Courtney P. good. of harness to the tobacco men. He has made an impioved breeching which is 000 very much liked. All of his goods is cut Rev. B. D. Sutton, who assisted Rev. and sewed by hand. Jjtrboc, of Stephensport, at Patesville in a meeting, followed ! his tobacco friends to the factory and when he left J. S. Travis, who lives near Pates" they gave him a cordial welcome back ville, was in town Wed nescay shopping' He delivered his tobacco the first of the to bee how the fruits of his preaching month and avoided the rush. His crop stood the test of time. He was a young nmounted to 8000 pounds and brought preacher from King.swood tind was on JS, $S.."i0and$3. He was pleased with the prices and felt rewarded for his his way to Illinois. work. Mr. Travis is a good manager and has high ideals and ambitions. 000 Odis Gabbert, son of Mr. Ed. Gab 000 bert, was one of the youngest tobacco Eleck Hall and M. B. Pate, cf 'Clover growers here. He is nineteen years of Creek, like many others, did nrt start age. He raised 4OOO pounds this year. o'clock Monday morning and until loaded their tobacco on Saturday. 000 N. G. Thomas and Albert Sandige.cf Tobinsport, were the only Indiana toTarvin Baker and his brothers have bacco growers here. They brought raised pounds of tobacco und got samples of their crop and .said that if!) straight for it. Mr Baker aid his brother, Marvin, expect to move on a more tobacco was grown in farm on Rough Creek niM jear. this year than usual. 1 Pern-count- 000 ITZ" 000 I ' 000 Frank Cawley was probably the oldest grower here. He is past seven'y-onyears old. e 000 'I have been here sirce Monday," said William McGovern Wtdmsdav afternoon, "and my tobacco has rot been unloaded jet. M crop was 40CO pounds, big enough for one old man to raise.1' wagon Mr McGovern doesn't setm a bit old. He's cheerv jet and has not lost his good humor. 000 J. J. Smiley, of Hancock, number fi! He had l.SO'O pounds. Tnragrrm iwi m Argmaut. d The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. .wilw. uwigiwu-imi- a tiro-me- TOBACCO NOTES. lire-roo- If a blanket of snow had fallen across the btreets Sunday night, the residents of the East Side would not have been half as surprised as they were when they looked out their windows early Monday morning and saw the streets lined with tobacco wagons. Although the weather last week was fine for moving the was not expecting weed, Cloverport such a big market in one night. By 11:30 o'clock Mr. Ud. Gabbert had numbered 129 Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE l.t AND 15th OF EACH MONTH THE KENTUCKY PARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors oi any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the Warmth is essential to comAs you grow older, it is hardly less essential to health. !J I Get a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, and you keep warm and com fortable in your home.no matter what the weather without U i quickly. gives a strong, widespread heat, and gives it It is always ready for use and burns nine hours on a single filling no more trouble than a lamp. It can be carried anywhere ; no pipes, no wires, no flues ; no smoke, odor or dirt. The Perfection The hettet that give complete uu'tfacb'oa. Tkii yeir't Perfection u finuhed in either blue enamel 01 pltia tied 1 nickel All part trimming ; light and ornimeaul, yet ttrong and durable at can bemade. flame ipteader prevenU tmokmg. eatily cleaned. Automatic-lockin- g Dtalcrtrnnrwhcral orwritalaaaratocrollU Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) wagons. Robert Railey, of Hawesvllle, was the first man in line and ho had 41 (JO pounds. The wagons were lined up on both sides of the street from the fnctoiy to tho Presbyterian church and by dinner time the line readied to Williams' storm. Half an hour passed, and by then Grocery, at High and Second streets. only the captain und tho mate were 000 working nt the pumps. The destrucwas now only u mut- I lThe growers did not have to knock at tion of the vesel ter of minutes. It was ut this critical the doors to make their arrival known their horses juncture that the oil tank was sighted for long before mid-nigby the Majestic of tho White Star Hue, and wagons could be heard coming nud twenty minutes later tbe crew of down the Baptist church hill and going the doomed ship were safely on board over the bridge. Several of the citizens the liner were awakened. As the last man scrambled on board Dr. Forrest Lightfoot opened up the Majestic from the boat which had sent to the help of the Ilellos a his stable, home and office for the midbeen mountain of flame sprang from the night guests. Among those who nte decks of tbe oil tank, and a few min- breakfast with him were: J. W. Lynch, utes later the blazing vessel sank be- of Patesville, Chas. Kuhal and Allen low the water. Jennings. A Russian oil tnnk named tho Vladi000 mir some yearn ago exploded In A number of tobacco growers were when eyery one of her crew perished. TbU disaster took place lu from Reynold's Station, Among those Answers. the southern Pacific-Lond- on ere: J.T, Burk, A. J. Burks, Elmer I mid-ocen- agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and economical standpoint, For a Limited Time THE KENTUCKY FARMER THE BRECKENRIDGE Will bo eont to prompt puyin and now subscribers both ono year for tucky Farmer. NEWS tfM nn 0 I lUU In'renowing state whether you want the Send subscriptions to Ken- The Breckenridge News .: Cloverport, Ky. THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAfiE SON: PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. (ft - dq 'I" i Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd insertion. cents for encli fi PIUCK AMD GOOD WILL. There are no harsh words (lying around now in tliis county, at least, against the American Tobacco Company. They have been giv-ccredit for many years of being the whole cause of tlic low prices of tocacco. "Whether this is true or not wo are not able to say from our own knowledge. Wo do know now, however, that the farmers arc mighty well pleased and happy over the prices existing. We think it is duo tho American to say us good prices have come they should in a measure, have crodit of doing for once justice to the farmer. Good prices for the weed could not have come at a better time. In this good old Christmas season when the nobler aspirations and the higher possibilities of tho human mind ore turned loose and bclfish-ncs- s is driven from the hearts of all men tho American drops in with its hoards of money,puts it into tho hands of our great common people and opens the avenues of trade. Why should not this trust, with Here's hopany faults it might have, be given a word of good-wil- l? will prosper, will turn their big ing tho American Tobacco Company purchases into big round prolits, como back next year and repeat their good prices and justice to tho tobacco raisers. n The annual winter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will convene in Louisvill.) at the Seelbach tomorrow and Friday. President Haldcrumn and Secretary Alcock have arranged a splendid program of entertainment and instruction. The editors will be the guests of The Louisville Press Club at the banquet Thursday night. Among those on tho program are: David M. Duncan, of Hranden-burg- , Paul M. Moore, of Karlington, Mrs. .Tas. A. Mitchell, of Bowling Green, and Miss Helen ltnndolph. of Louisville. The farmers were never in liner spirits over their tobacco sale- -. It is weighing out nearly HO per cent more than they expected and W$) the price is satisfactory. They arc the happiest and best pleased set of men in tho wholo country. When farmers are happy and prosperous, they pass it on to othei people. Moorman, Howard & Co.. and Hobcrtson Bros., buyers at Glen Dean, received last week up to Sat in day 100,000 each, making 800, 000 pounds for that place. This break the record for big receipts. LOYALTY is the thing. And to be LOYAL docs not mean to be a SLAVE. A contract between an employer and a will never benclit either if it simply stands for ATTENDANCE and ROUTINE SERVICE. A MACHINE can render better value on an investment than an AUTOMATIC MAN. If your idea is simply to rot in your heat and draw your salary, according to contract, you aro no better than a PINlIEADoran EPICENE, whatever that is. Your place in in the poorhouse, whero your living can bo furnished by the ENTIRE COUNTY, and not by ONE MAN. If you can't bo LOYAL to a man, don't work for him. Resign. Quit. Get your time. Disappear. Ho has a right to expect ABSOLUTE LOYALTY from you, among friends and enemies, in and out door, while ho is present and when bis back is turned, just as you have a right to expect LOYALTY from him. He paws you in MONEY. His PAY CHECK is evidence of liis LOYALTY. Your WORK is cvidenco of yours. But you have more at stake than tho PAY CHECK you set, just as he has moreutstako than your ROUTINE WORK represents. Tho success of bis business and your progress in it both depend upon a loyalty deeper within you than your Eye, your Ear, or your hand, a s'neerity that leaches into your HEART; for where your HEART js, there you will find your TREASURE also. No UNWILLING WORKER ever yet achieved GREAT SUCCESS. For men only succeed where they THINK DEEPLY, WORK CHEERFULLY, and at the success of what they are working at. Business presents UNTOLD OPPORTUNITIES, MAGNIFICENT POSSIBILITIES, but the only man who ever succeeds for himself, or deserves promotion from anyone else, is the mail who is LOYAL. IIakland Rkad wage-earner RE-.JOIC- QUIT THAT! YOU'LINEED YOUR MONEY SOMETIME M mmSBmSm WSmmm oSL mmmmm owfc VSMBHM - p w irijm ' i'.i'VisBH ,-- i Maw .mMmmmT A Surplus $20,000 & TRUST CO., ML, Resources $320,000 :: Hardlnsburg, Ky. A jrrcat president of the United States once wrote: "Extravagance rots character; train youth away from it. On the other hand, the habit of saving money, while it stiffens the will, also brightens the energies. If you would be sure you are beginning right, begin to save". Wc handle commercial checking accounts of individuals, firms and companies. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG E C W. B0IILER HmHHM&tMm MARION WEATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE "DCT ii jrfctr wounds wmrrnx oilier and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. "In the Ponnyviile of Old Kentucky," is the title of a new book Savoyard. He is Savoyard to millions of newspaper readers, and by to those who know him ho is Edward W. Newman, of Washington, D. C. Mr. Newman is the brother of Mr. Albert Newman, who lives near Cloverport, and Mr. W. II. Newman, of New York. The book lontains articles on corn shucking and how to prepare yellow tobacco 1'or chewing. enthusiastic, over the tobacco situation at Tom Withers wa-Uardinshurg Saturday that he got mixed up slightly in his figures vhen he said $100,000 had been paid out for tobacco in that town. "You arc joking, Tom." we said, but he told us to ask Morris Beard. If tor an interview on the subject, Mr. Heard said: "Tom missed it a little. It was $10,000." The Hieckenridge Bark paid out jjO.OOO -o list o week. When McCrcary was inaugurated thirty-si- x years ago the e were telephones, no electric lights, no automobiles, and Frankfort was Everything has changed in the thirty-sii village instead of a city. .'cars but McCrcary. Not a single man who was elected on tho tick--- t with him is alive and only a few membeis of the Legislature of ' hat year. Etown News. x Cloverport is one of the best tobacco markets in tho State. Her ealcrs always pay the best price and among tho tirst on tho market, Pay on tho spot, and the farm-- r nvc less friction with the producers. goes homo with bis money in his pocket, a satisfied, pleased and nippy man. Wo don't know how well oil wo aro in this good old town. Wo arc saved a 1 Mr. M. Rice, the coal man, came in Inst wcelc with his wa'oft well filled with large lumps of tho fuel dug from the hills of our neighbor county, Hancock. He buys coal from the diggers at tho mines for six cents a oushel and hauls it to town and sells it at twelve cents. Uy the way, his customers who haven't coal houses on the allejs have cents to get to pay a boy twenty-liv- e him to carry it in oil the and it pays to get a large load as tho boy's price is not less for a small one. Although the season has barely had a touch of real wiuter, the coal men have been busy every week since early fall. Two tunnels run through the old Sloan Hill and all day long one can hear diggers, at work in them, talking and laughing. Mr. Rico's family now numbers only three with himself, his wife and their granddaughter, Uthel. Mr Ri:e said that the little girl reminds him so viv idly of his only daughter, the child's mother, who is dead, that half tho time he catches himself calling her by her sweet mother's name, Mamie, "we must quit calling her that,'' said the r, "for Mamie loved the name Uthel." Mr. and Mrs. Rice are proud of her and she is the delight of their home. Ever welcome around the office stove side-walk, h While The Press Thunders H iiv T.orisn w&m is Mr. Rice. Winter after winter he comes to town. No matter what the weather Is, sunshiny or dreary, he Is always the same, kind and considerate and uncomplaining with those whom he deals. grand-fathe- ''Some men and women never know what they want until they see someone else wants what they are thinking about buying,1' said a clerk in the men's furnishing department at Bacon's In Louisville last week. A woman was looking at a belt and a clerk was trying hard to sell it. A young girl stepped up to the counter to exchange a belt for a larger size which happened to be the one the woman was undecided about taking. "That's the very belt I am looking for," exclaimed the girl. Then the woman grabbed it. Had the girl been quiet, the clerk could have gotten the belt without the woman's notice. "I shouldn't have said anything and depended on you to get the belt for me," was the girl's apology to tho clerk. However, the affair ended in selling two belts, because, luckily, another belt was found for the Kin. tow's charming "Murtnu", ana Donizetti's immortal "Lucia dl Lammer-moor- ", two of the greatest favorites of the former Aborn repertoire, will be given Wednesday matinee and night Estimates on Application I """ " """" """ - H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY MAKI is A CUMULATION FUND! Remember to rcnow your subscription to the paper promptly. BRJUnjjPEM great deal of inconvenience when 3011 send in your lollar before your name is cut oil the list. An' one you wish to send Theayear's subscription to, write us, and wo have attractive cards to no- - At The Shubert-Maso- nic respectively. ify them of your gift. ter In Louisville-WednesdaMatinee And Night Respectively-Wdelicious apples Christmas Jerry Tilford sent us twonty-tbre- o TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD. onderful Treat For m apple for ovory year ho lias been with the Henderson Route, and He Was Willing to Stand For a Dollar, ipples otl tho treo that was on bis place when ho went to Fordsvillo Music Lovers. and He Did. twenty-thre- e years ago. It was 8:30. and the theater was y Begin today and lay alittlo cash in bank for money a great sourco of consolation w.ion disappointment comes. Old and alone without monoy is tho saddest state in a man's life. You can forget your little troubles and anxieties, to a certain extent, if you have a few cash certificates to think of every month A PENNY SAVED IS A TEAR DKIED. Put away a dollar every time you have a disappointment and you will bo surprised how consoling a dollar is. Try it. FIRST STATE BANK, Our young friend, Thos. Wither, is credited with bringing to llardinsburg tho best load of tobacco this season. It was raised on two acres, woighed 2,700 pounds and brought him 9 cents a pound. Tobacco is tho unit of this county just now. FMincrs won't talk ubout anything olso. They aro so well pleased with tho price and tho vay it is weigbing out, wo do not blame them. Woodrow Wilson scorns to bo tho choice of tho Democrats oj 'ireckenridgo county for the Democratic nomination for President in 1912. Eunice Taylor Hail, an old, old friend of ours, remembered us Cjiristmas with a token of tho season thut wo appreciate greatly. Lands in Breckenridgo aro proving their worth by their No better lands anywhoro when they arc given half a chauco. Lands in Breckenridgo county aro going to bo higher, .bo time to buy. Get in on tho ground lioor. Now is Better Subscribe for The News Right Now The success of the Aborn English Grand Opera Company's last tour Is evidenced lu their announcements for the present season, for the encouragement afforded them by music lovers all over America has resulted not only in Increase in the size of this company and the importance of its personnel, but has also prompted Messrs.' Aborn to give a much more pretentious repertoire than they have ever before offered on tour. Consequently their coming visit to the Shubert Masonic Theater, Louisville, beginning Monday, December 25th, promises to be a more auspicious engagement. Verdi's melodious and ever welcome "11 Trovatore" will open the engagement at the holiday matinee Monday afternoon. Offenbach's finest opera comique, "The Tales of Hoffman", which has never before been presented in Louisville, will be the Monday night offering. Puccini's "Madam Butterfly", which has been given here before but at prices tar above the usual scale, will be given for ihe first time at regular theatre prices on Tuesday night. Flo- - crowded. "What have you left?" a prospective purchnser inquired of tho treasurer. "now many, sir?" tho treasurer asked. "Two." "I liavo two left in tho twelfth rpw," tho treasurer said, taking tho tickets from tho rack. "They're the last two seats I have In the house." At "How much?" tho other asked cautiously. "Two dollars," was the reply. "Two dollars!" tho patron repeated. Irvington, Ky. J. U HAYNE, Cashier new religion in art, nnd hailed Miss Hoffmann as the high priestess of a new cult. As an extra'added x E The "I can't stand for that." Week. "Well, will you stand for a dollar?" tho ticket dispenser inquired. "Gladly," tho other cried, scenting n Gertrude Hoffmann has supplied the bargain and laying a dollar on the English speaking world with the staee ledge. sensation of this century in the bring Tho treasurer replaced the two tickets in his rack and handed out ing to this country of the Russian Imtwo others after placing the bill In his perial artists, who will appear at the cash drawer. Shubert Masonic Theatre, Louisville, "Tliero they are, sir," he said. Dec. and 30th. "First door to your right" During the all summer sensational Tho man and his friend hurried In- triumphs of this stupendous organizaside and "stood" for a dollar. The tion At the New York Winter R.nU. wily treasurer, taking him at his word, the metropolis took to its heart the had sold him two admission tickets. dancers and mimes from the kingdom Lipplucott's. of the Czar, rejoiced In accepting n 28-2-0 feature, during Theater her engagement, Miss Hoffmann will In Louisville Thursday Until appear in her sensational Revue.includ-in- g her famoua Saturday Night Of This stage celebrities impersonations of such Shubert-Masonic as Ethel Barrymore, George M. Cohan, Eddie Foy, Harry Lauder, Ruth St. Denis, Isadora Duncan, Alice Lloyd, Anna Held, Eva Tanguay and Valeske Suratt. Each impersonation is complete with scenery and costumes, and in some of tbera Miss Hoffmann is assisted by her twelve beautiful "Hoffmann Girls". It was this Revue, when staged in New York, which made Miss Hoffmann the highest salaried performer on the American stage. Subscribe ' a rs-f- mw w "Sri T5he Breckcnridge News. 1911 W15DNKSDAY, DISC. 27, THIS TAPER REPRESENTED FOR Wfiirvts. N HUMOR OF THE DAY The Magic Word. yiiqdjsiiMERj N-- ADVEiVfulNG DYTHE FOrTI' 'V YO?' l( BRANCHES n OFFICES AMD CHICAGO ALU T'T PRINCIPAL CITIES RATE! TOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct nnd city Offices For County Offices For State ami District Offices For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For All Publications hi tlie interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line.... 2.fi0 00 $ 15.00 10 f ON THE MOVE You will always find the light is being reflected so rapidly that The Rapid Succession of Motion $6 10 Pictures Shown .10 e LOCAL of our stage really bewildering. For amusement and Instruction, you get both at this Theatre. on the screen Is BREVITIES Open This Week j) Mr. J. H. Wills went to Louisville last week. Rev. Mr. Lewis went to Bewleyvilte Cloverport, Ky. Thursday. H, L. Schank, of Rome, Ind., here last week. Miss Louise Lewis, of Fordsville, is Miss Eloise Nolle will return to colthe guest of Miss Isabelle Burn. lege next week. Miss Virginia Hudson, of Versailles, Miss Margaret Skillman has returned is the guest of Mrs. Fred Fraize. from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Willie White, of New Miss Hazel Holder has returned heme Albany, are visiting his father, Mr. "Number, pleusoV II700 what? 3700 iiph'm: terms denr? M Y f'rm n ii pood lonniir , pan of ciiii It. T. HA.illAM, KUron, H "Sny, who do you think you nre adKy. dressing? Any more of that nnd I'll Tor Sale disconnect you. You may be nblo to SAI.H-- A t. horno jmwor stationery talk like that to the other girls, but Foil Knitlno; WntMrn nvike. in Rood re- 'strictly business' is my middle name, pair llri'CkiiirlQKuNuw. Ouvoiion, Ivy. and the quicker you realize it the better. For Sale "Don't you "llttlo girl' me. Get off MortRWiind iillkltiil tho wlro If you can't act like a gentle-man- . FOUSAL.K-lee- n, Nown, hlunks. Hrecki'iirldRi1 If you fellows think a girl can't OloTvrport. Ky. be n lady because she works a switchboard you're mistaken, that's all. That For Sale Scholarship line of talk doesn't go with me, for one. lilp In tlie Howling FOlt "I don't euro if you nre sorry. Get any dn Unlverxtt. Rood In your number out of your system or of that University. HrcckonrldRoNews, OIoTcrport, Ky. hang up. I've hnd enough of you. don't care who you nre. If What? you don't know enough to act like n gentleman I don't enro if you'ro John D. Rockefeller. "Wlint. you got a machine? Oh, huvo you? What kind? Well, I'll tell you; Always carry a full line I'm busy now, and. besides, tho chief operator Is liable to be listening about this time. Call mo up In about fifteen minutes." Philadelphia Times. 1 SAt.R-Scliolnnnrt-mo1 Wanted lo Rent Rememberances the past present, for Good wishes for the Bright hopes for the future. WE Jas. J. Burke, Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and Sec Them GIBSON & SON &ri from Louisville. Mrs. H.C. Pate and ton went to Louisville Thursday. Miss Ora Hendricks is spending this week at Webster. W. N. Head, of Owensboro, was in Lodlburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison have moved to Louisville. J. M. Shellman, of Stephensport, was in Louisville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambleton went to Louisville last week. JohnD. Babbage, Jr., is home for the holidays from Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B Cox, ot Tob insport, have gone to Louisville. June Lawson, of Lewisport, spent Chrisbmas eve with Miss Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and son, John, Jr., are visiting in Louisville. Jess Willis, of Louisville, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. R. O'. Willis. Mrs. John A. Ross and Mrs. Bartles have returned home fr.om Skillman. Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of Mrs. J. H. Rowland. Miss Lockard and Miss Brown, of went to Louisville Thursday. Miss Lelah B. Hawkins closed her school near Hardinsburg last Friday. Mrs. David Phelps and daughter, Kathrine, spent Christmas in Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce spent Christmas here. Wallace Weatherbolt, of Indianapo lis, spent Christmas at home in Tobics-por- t. Mr. and Mrs. Vester Moore, of Nick-erso- n, Kansas, are guests of Mr. George U m i m- - 5?V r Harris. Mrs. P. L. King, of Smith's Grove, went to Louisville last week for an op- eration. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone and Mr. Courtney Babbage went to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter and little daughter, Catherine Clair, left Saturday for Louisville. J S. GO TO Walker White. Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Duncan are in Louisville the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Duncan. Miss Virginia Taylor, of Louisville, arrived yesterday to visit Miss Rather-in- e Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. James Randall will give a dinner this evening for their son, Dwlght Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gregory, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. John Gregory on the East Side. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson and little baby, James Edward, spent Christmas in Louisville. Mrs. A. R. Fisher went to Indianap olis yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. David R. Murray. The Methodist Sunday School had a large and heavily laden Christmas tree Sunday for the scholars. John D. Babbage, editor of the Breck-enridg- e News, will attend the Kentucky Press meeting this week. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Weatherholt gav3 a Christmas dinner in honor of Mr. and .Mrs. George Weatherholt. Tiros. JeffersonO'Bryan, a prominent business man and a tobacco dealer, of Louisville, died last week. Ed Foote, of Owensboro, was the guest of his motner, Mrs. Foote, Sunday at the home ot Mrs. Virgil Babbage. Miss Mary Jarboe, of Bowling Green, who is assistant librarian in that city, is spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe. Miss Elizabeth May gave a Christmas entertainment for her kindergarten last Thursday afternoon. After recitals, the pupils were given a tine treat. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner and son, Hugh, left Christmas morning for Winchester, where Mrs. Tanner was called on ac count of the illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of West Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and son, Hugh, of Owensboro, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Se vers. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harvill have moved to Murray. Ky., where Mr. Har vill is manager of the Cumberland exchange. His successor here is HurdU PROFIT MAKING IN THE DAIRY Im 'As One Wouldn't Say It. Mr. Miikinhrnkes, who was ono of the guests at n birthday party, wns offering his congratulations to the hostess. "Permit mo. Mrs. .llpes," ho said, "to wish you many, many happy returns of litis or not too many, of course, for when one has already seen Hint Is to say. the li'm the burden of years, you know although, to bo sure, you don't look half as old as you really or rather you do, I mean which Isn't at all what 1 was trying to In short, one who didn't know you would never guess er because, don't you know, as we grow older in years and wisdom- -1 don't mean that you do. of course though 1 certainly door rather have yon read 'Clayhanger, Tribune. Mrs. JlpesV-Chlca- go J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. me banKor uioverpn Breeding and Testing the portant Points, I find dairy business the more I need to lenrn. writes u Now York dalrymau in the that the longer I am in the Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heyser and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Briscoe, of Cincinnati, re turned last evening after spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Heyser. Mrs. W. H. Bowmer attended the Sam T. funeral of her brother-in-laHawes. who died at his home near .Ma- ceo last Saturday. He leaves a wife and three sons. J.Scott Smart went to Toneyville, Hardin county, to spend Cnrlstmas. Mr. Smart Is one of the expert poultry raisers of Breckenridge county and will soon import a pair of fine fowls from w, Fop Your Chile 1 lind tho more American Cultivator. economically we can feed and the more we can produce of our own raising ou the farm and the farther we can make it po the more profit there is to be derived. There is nothing that will beat the A Correction. silo lu the way of saving feed and satThere were some questions in geogisfying the dairy herd in the winter raphy required In the preliminary exseason. We get more mill: and make aminations for law students who asmore butter and our cows look better pired to admission to the bar. Among than when fed on the dry grain. them was. "Name ten animals that The next thing Is to look well to the live In the arctic zone." One young building up of the herd. Weed out the man wrote: "Klve polar bears and five unprofitable ones and keep the good seals. ' N. It. Permit mo to call your ones. One cannot do this without the attention to the fact that the question nld of thu scale and Iinbcock test and does not specify that the animals by keeping n record of each individual should he of different varieties." Lacow. An Important item is the male, dles' Home Journal. nave a good male at the head of the herd and save the heifers from the Getting Rid of the Question. choicest cows, breeding for a uniform (Jeorgo. dear, am 1 as fat as that color and size, as no herd of cows that woman over there?" are nil colors and sizes will look so "Yes." he replied quickly. "I should well as the uniform color and size'. say that you weigh ten pounds' more The most Important points to observe than she does." In dairying nre breeding, weeding out After that she ceased to nsk him and feeding. The profit making dairythe question, and they now go to cafes, man above nil things is a man with theaters and dancing parties in perbusiness methods, and If he doesn't re- fect peace. Detroit Free Press. alize a good piofit lu a few years he better coifnt himself unfit for the busl-ues- s A False Alarm. and sell out nnd quit entirely. "Lookout for that girl who applied to you today for a Job as stenographer. Poultry Notes. She has designs on you." One breed Is always better than a You think every woman "Shucks! hodgepodge. who looks at me wants to marry me. -Cull closely" is the motto that will This girls wants only to be asslster to lead to success. me." Ualtlmoro American. Air slaked lime Is n valuable disinfectant in the poultry bouse. Needed Lather. "Who is tlie leather lunged speakThe germ of disease must be destroyed before the disease can be er?" "Some soap box orator." "Judging from tho appearance of bis Ducks have become one of the best countenance, he needs n better acpaying propositions In the poultry inquaintance with his platform." dustry. Tho necessity for fresh air has led Judge. to the great popularity of tho open A Bad Time. front houses. "flavo you read anything about this Plenty of exercise and plenty of Turko-Itallawar?" good fresh nlr nre necessary for the "I'm Just beginning to catch up Mock. health of tho with it They showed poor Judgment in getting up a war Just at tho end of Mrs. Amble Daniels, Misses Lucile the peuuunt season." Pittsburgh Post. Berry, Esther Mae Jackson, Rachel Nailed. Jackson, Annie Jennings, Lucy Hall, Small lirother Are you going to Misses Lottie and Dosla Matheny and marry Sister Ruth? Mr. Vernon Farmer, of Owensboro, I really don't Why-- er Caller were guests of Mr. Edward Morrison know, you know! Christmas night in Irvlngton. Brothe- r- That's what 1 Small thought. Well, you are! Life. ellin-liiiiten -- Barred. She was not In the least pretty, but ot course that counted for nothing ngnlnst her. Likewise the fact that she could not dance or sing or crack Jokes. What stood definitely In the way of her success was the political situation In Kurope. "With not a monarchy left which n girl can hope to be Instrumental in overthrowing, where is the necessary advertising coming from?" she reasoned. Saying which, with a gusli of bitter tears, she abandoned the notion of getting Into vaudeville in America. -- Puck. Pay s 4 per cent on Time Deposits Cits depositors are made secure whose wealth amounts to over stockholders e ag-orecrat- by fc)fc t PAlll IFWIS fpcliipr a8rfim?&t The Best Wheat the Farmer Raises Tho best machinery the country uil'ords, handled by n scientific and practical miller is what produces Lewisport Best Floor BESS Your Grocer has It. Insist upon Getting it. LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky I HOW OLD IS YOUR BABY? m twrro" wvwm If she is two years old and you save two dollars a week for him. ho will have more than A THOUSAND DOLLARS when ho U just ten years of ago. Think of it! Your littlo rirl needs a hank account all her own. She. is entitled to it, at least, 50c a week which means a neat sum when she will h'tve finished High School. Hunk accounts for the children show forethought of the parents. Teach your child to save as well as to earn. Saving money is tho hardest lesson to learn and is easier to master in early childhood. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. England. The Eastern Star will have an instulla; tlon of officers Thursday night. The Jas. Stiff, Union Star,is guest of his will begin at 8 o'clock follow- daughter, Mrs. Knott. 'potfVr- 0703 ed by music and a literary program. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cashman and GIFT A SWEET NEW YEARS The invitations are limited to tlie .M- family visited Mrs. J. II. Avltts, of asons and their families. Lodlburg Sunday. and a most acceptable one Is a box Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moorman, of of our pure and delicious Candies, WInfield Hendry, Irvington, Is here. s and Caramels Versailles, gave a beautiful Christmas this week. Chocolates, Daniel Ray, Illinois, has been guest tree at the home of Mr. ant .Mrs. wick They are made by us It was In honor of Master of relatives. Moorman. An. Their Purity Is Certain Charles Moorman Reld, the baby son Miss Aillene Diddle closed her school most of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Reld. last Friday with a nice treat. Put up in dainty boxes at the Healthy, wholePike Hartley moved to Richard reasonable prices. The Rev. Mr. Lewis was the guest of Mays, of Webster last week. some confections for the family. Mrs. Glen Hardaway at Mr. and Miss Susie Black, of Addison, is I an Yours for Cleaa Scnlcc last week. He leaves tomorwhere he and here visiting relatives. row for Nashville, Tenn., Mr. Edgar Compton is in Owensboro the Rev. Mr. Robert Brown, of Glasthis week. gow, will spend several days. Bon-bonBew-leyvll- glvo me some liver." "Dear heart." murmured tho woman. "Thirty cents n pound today." explained the butcher. "In that case perhaps you had better Louisville Not a Romance. H McDANIELS Closing Of The Best School Term ""They Have Ever Known. Joe Moore And Miss Henninger from Louisville, where he has been d lng postgraduate work. Dr. and airs. J. B. Lainpton visited In Hardinsburg Monday. Last Friday witnessed the closing of one of the most successful terms our school has ever had. The credit belongs to Mr.Joo Moore and his splendid assistant, Miss Edna Hennlger. In addition to the excellent school room work, they have aroused an iuterest among the patrons not commonly seen here. They leave with our best wishes and sincere friendship and we trust that thtv may again be in charge next year. Clerical Error. They tell of a Blllvllle Justlco of the peaco who hud Ills first case the other day. He performed tho innrriago ceremony and then wroto it up in his crlra lnal docket. Atlanta Constitution. A Barry county mln'ster who quit the pulpit to peddle fire insurance bus gono back to tho ministry, no says be found out It is all tbo same bust, ness. Cass Countv (Mo.l On All Teachers "Uncle" Fred Fraize returned from Arkansas this week. Joe Glasscock was at Kirk Wedues day. returned recently Dr. J. le Four. BROWN, J. Proprietor Tailor j Adventure A Romance of The South Seas BY Witt .mmmmV MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, rheumatism, Copyright. 1910. by Street & Srakfa Copyright 191 1, by the MacmllUa Cconpasy emptying their sunken canoes or tnc ciiAPrnn xi. Fnnd nnd rooks. It was twilight when ilR. MOIIOAN AND Mil. BAFK. they embarked and paddled away with put Iht UtiKPrs Into hci a few broken paddles. A breeze had nnil Sheldon winced ns sprung up. and the Tllbberty Gibbet saw lier blow, like n boy, n had already sailed for I.unga to return sharp. Imperious whistle, the the runaways call slio always used for her sailors Sheldon wa back In the plantation nnd that always made him wince. superintending the building of a bridge "They're gone up the llnlcsunn, when the schooner Miilakula ran In shooting llsh." he explained. "But there close and dropped anchor .loan watchcomes Oleson with Ills boat's crew, ed the taking in of sail and the swing lie's an old warhorso when he gets log out of the boat with n sailor's Inter started. Fee him banging the boys. est, and herself met liie two men who They don't pull fast enough for him." came ashore. "And now wlint's to he done?" slio They seemed awkward and constrain asked. "You've treed your game, but ed In her precence. nnd he caught hrt you can't keep It treed." one and then the other looking nt her "Xo, but I can tench them n lesson." with secret ctirloltr She felt that Sheldon walked over to the big bell. they were weighing nr. appraising her "It Is nil right." he replied to her gesture of protest. "My boys are prac- and for the first time the anomalous tically all htislnnen. while tlvso chaps position she occupied on Uerande sank arc salt water men, and there's no lovo sharply home to her. On the other lost between them. You watch the hand, they puzzled her. fun." The elder one. Morgan, was n huge lie rang a general call, and by the man. brouzed and mustnehed. with a time tlie 'JOO laborers trooped Into the deep bass volio and tin nlniost gut tern I was once more speech, nnd the other. Kiilf. was slight compound Satan penned In the living room, complaining and effeminate, with nervous bands to high heaven at hi abominable and watery washed out gray eyes. treatment. The plantation hands were She watched Sheldon closely when dancing war dances around the base ho urtlved and divined that he was not of every tree and tilling the air with particularly delighted to sep them. Itut abuse and vituperation of their heredi- see them he must, and so pressing was tary enemies The skipper of the the need that he led the two men Into Flibberty Gibbet arrived In the thick the stuffy oillce. Later in the afternoon of it. In the tirst throes of oncoming she asked I.alaperu wheie they had fever, staggering as he walked and gone. shivering so severely that ho could "My word." quoth I.alaperu. "plenty scarcely hold the rifle lie carried. Ills wall; about, plenty look 'tn. Look 'in face was ghastly blue, his teeth clicked tree; look 'in ground belong tree; look nnd chattered, and the violent sun- - 'm nil fella bridge: look 'in copra shine through which he walked could not warm him. a down and "I'll guard on 'em." he chattel ed. it all. I always when there's nny excitement. nro you going to do!" "Gather up the guns first of all." Under Sheldon's directiou the house boys and gang bosses collected the scattered arms nnd piled them In a heap on the veranda. The modern rifles, stolen from Lunga, Sheldon set aside, the Sniders he stnnshed into fragments, the pile of spears, clubs and tomahawks he presented to Joan Down on the beach he built a bonfire out of the contents of the canoes, his blacks smashing, breaking and looting everything they laid hands on. The canoes themselves, splintered and broken, tilled with sand and coral bowlders, were towed out to teu fathoms of water and sunk. "Ten fathoms will be deep enough for them to work in," Sheldon said as they walked back to the compound. Here n saturnalia had broken loose. Tho war songs and dances were more unrestrained, and troui abuse the plantation blacks had turned to pelting their helpless foes with pieces of wood, handfuls of (lobbies and chunks ot coral rock. And the seventy-liv- e lusty cannibals clung stoically to their tiee perches, enduring the rain of missiles XD and snarling down promises of venge- IIE STOOD IOIITII IIESI'LENDENT I'UItiriED. ance. "There'll be wain for forty years on house; look 'in grass laud; look 'in Malalta on account of this," Sheldon river; look 'in whaleboat my word, laughed. "Hut I fancy old Telepaso plenty big fella look 'in too much." will neer again attempt to rush a "What fella man them two fella T plantation. she queried. "Eli, you old scoundrel," he added, "Big fella marster along white man," turning to the old chief, who sat gib- was tho extent of tils description. bering In Impotent rage at the toot But Joan decided that they wero men of the steph. "Now head belong joti of Importance In the Solomons und bang 'in too. Come on, .Miss Lack- that their examination of tho plantaland, bang 'm Just once. It will be the tion and of Its accounts was of sinister significance. crowning indignity." "Ugh. he's too dirty. I'd rather give At dinner no word was dropped that him n bath. Here you, Adamu Adam, gave u hint of their errand. The congive this devil a wash Soap and versation was on general topics, but water! Fill that washtnb. Ornllri. run Joan could not help noticing tho troubled, absent expression that occaand fetcli 'm scrub brush." The Tahltlans. back from their fish- sionally camo Into Sheldon's eyes. Aft ing and grinning at the bedlam or the er coffee she left them, and at midnight, from across the compound, she compound, enteied Into the Joke. could hear tho low murmur ot their s "Tainbo! TmnboJ" shrieked the from the trees, nppalled at so voices nnd see glowing tho fiery ends nwful a desecration, ns they saw their of their cigars. Op early herself, she blef tumbled Into the tub and the found they had already departed ou sacred dirt rubbed and soused from another tramp over the plantation. t. tils body. "What you think?" Bhe asked Joan, who hud gone Into the buuga-ow- , "Sheldon marster ho go along finish tosbed down a strip of white allco, In which old Telepasse was short time llttlo bit," was tho anpromptly wrapped, and he stood forth, swer. "What do you think?" sho asked Orn-Art- . csploudcnt and purltlcd, withal he still spat and strangled from the soap--ml- s "Sheldon mnrster big fella walk with which Noa Noah had gargled about along Sydney. Yes, mo t'lnk so. 'lis throat. Tho house boys were directed to fetch lie Mulsh ulong Uerande." "What mime?" she asked lightly 'laudcuffs, aud, one by one. tho Lunga unaways wero hauled down out of when Sheldon sat down to dinner. Do looked at tier und smiled, but it 'heir trees and made fast. Sheldon roucd them In pairs and ran a steel was a very wan and wistful smile. "My word." she went on "One big lialn through tho links of the Irons Jogoomy was given n lecture for his fella talk. Sun be go down talk-talk- ; all the time Mutinous conduct and locked up for the sun he come up talk-talk- ; What name that fella ifleruoon. Then Sheldon rewarded the talk-tallimitation bands with an afternoon' "Oh. nothing much." He shrugged 'lollday, nnd when they bad with drawn from the compound permitted his shoulders, "They wero trying to he Port Adams men to descend from buy Ucrande, that was all." "Don't let us fence about It," she i ho trees. And all afternoon he aud loan loafed In the cool of tho veranda urged. "Let It bo straight talk bet:id watched them diving down and tween us. You're la trouble. I'm not Kr ' r Jack London pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., arc all signs of poisons In your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use E59 I's Black-Draught' SHE the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Tlied-forand now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. d's Black-Draught, "Tho difference? Why, all the dif- sho lint! not grown nil yeT. Never ference In tho world. In tho enso of again would ho Itno his temper with Parl-Sulayou would bo on an Inde- her. Sho was n child; ho must re-- j pendent venture. You could turn can- member that. Ho sighed heavily But nibal for nil I could Intcrfero In the l why In reasonableness had such a mutter But on Bernnde you would bo child been Incorporated In such n wommy partner, nnd then I would bo re- an's form? sponsible. And of course 1 couldn't Her trilling laughter smote, upon his permit you. ns my partner, to bo skip- reverie nnd ho stepped to tho screen per of n recruiter. I tell you, tho thing door, through which ho could sco her Is what I would not permit nny sister running down tho path to tho beach. or wlfo of initio" At her heels ran two of her sailors, "But I'm not going to bo your wife, Pnpeliarn and Mnhamcme, in ncnrlet thank goodness only your partner." with naked sheath knives "Besides. It's all ridiculous," ho held gleaming In their belts. It was an on steadily. "Think of tho situation. other sample of her wilfulness. DeA man nnd a woman, both young, spite entreaties nnd commands, nnd partners on an Isolated plantation. wnrnlngs of tho dnngcrs from sharks, Why, tho only practical way out would sho persisted in swimming nt nny nnd be that I'd have to marry you" nil times, nnd by special preference. "Mine was a business proposition, It seemed to him. Immediately after not n marriage proposal," sho Inter- eating. rupted, coldly angry. "1 wonder if Ho watched her take tho water, divsomewhere In this world there Is one ing cleanly like n hoy, from the end man who could accept me for a of the llttlo pier, nnd ho wntched her strike out. with single overhand stroke, "But you nro a womnn Just the her henchmen swimming a dozen feet same." lie began, "and there arc certain conventions, certain decencies" She sprang up nnd stnmped her foot "Do you know what I'd llko to say?" she demanded. "Yes." he Binlled. "You'd llko to say, D- petticoats!' " y Inva-Iava- DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to Dentist Street C p. m. Clovcrporl, Ky. Marion Weatherjiolt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' experience in tho oxerucion of '- CHAPTER XII. wanted to different on your lips. It souuds as though you meant It yourself nnd thnt you I SHE "That's It what sounds but Tim i.oatc or youth. nodded her head ruefully. Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class Insist on Thedford's n fool. thing." Tell me. nesines. i may do able to help, to to suggest some- lt h In tlie pause t lint followed he seemed to debate, not so much whether lie would tell her. as how to begin to tell her "I'm Auierii'iin. you see." she per sisted. "and our American heritage Is I a large panel of business sense. don't like It myself, but I know I've got It at least more than you have. Let us talk It over and liud a way out. How much (In you owe?" "A thousand pounds and a few trifles over small hills, you know Then. too. thirty of the boys finish their time next week and their bal But niices will average 11) each. what Is the need of bothering yotii head with It? Really, you know" "What Is Rerande worth right now';' "Whatever Morgan and itatr are willing to pay for It." A glance in her hurt expression decided him "Ilughle and I have sunk S.O0O In It and our time. It is a good prop erty and worth more than that, lint It has threo years to run before its returns begin .to come In. That Is whj Hiighie and I engaged In trading aud recruiting. The Jessie and our sta lions cniiie very near to paying the running expenses of Rerande." "And Morgan and I'alT offered you what?" "A thousand pounds clear after pay- ing all bills." "The thieves!" she cried. "How "Jiuch do you need to carry on Rerande for three years?" Joan hurried on. meant It because of me. Well, I am going to bed. Let me bo your partner and you'll see me rattle the dry bones of the Solomons. Confess, I've rattled yours already." "I should say so," ho answered. "Really, you know, you huve. I never received such n dressing down In my life. If any one had ever told mo that I'd bo a party even to the present Yes, I confess you have situation rattled my dry bones pretty considerably " "Rut that Is nothing to tho rattling they are going to get," she assured him as he rose and took her hand. "Good night. And do. do give me a rational decision In the morning." "I wish I knew whether you are merely lfcndstroiig or whether you really intend to lie a Solomon planter," Sheldon said in the morning at breakfast. "I wish you were more adaptable," Joan retorted "You have more preconceived notions than any man I ever met Why In the name of common sense. In the name of fair piny, can't you get It Into your head that 1 am dlffetent from the women you have known and treit me accordingly? You surely ouch! to know I am different. I sailed my oui schooner here skipI came per. If j ou please. here to You know that: I've make my living told you often enough. It was dad's plan, and I'm carrying It out, just as you are trying to carry out your Hughlo's plan. Dad started to sail and sail until he could find the proper ne died, and I Islands for planting, sailed and sailed until I arrived here. Well." she shrugged her shoulders, "the schooner is at the bottom of tho sea; I can't sail any farther; therefore I remain here. And a planter I shall certainly be. Do you want me for a Jack-nnap- ens Illld VuT ot aU kinds; also Rabbits. Will buy nny placu und any amount; cash (or same. S. H. DAVIS, Harned, Ky. WflntBfl! keys, Ocese. Chlck- - U . - 'Aateiu BET-TE- "I'LL WAIT UNTIL YOU AIIE IN A TEMPER." U czjoiz3lfbbfocz30irz BALL Livery, away on either side. IIo did not havo much faith in their ability to bent off n hungry man eater, though ho did believe implicitly that their lives would go bravely before hers In case of an attack. Straight out they swam, their heads growing smaller and smaller. Thero was a slight restless heave to tho sea, and soon tho three heads were disappearing behind it with greater frequency. He strained his eyes to keep them In sight, and finally fetched the telescopo on to the veranda. A squall was making over from tho direction of Florida; but then sho and her men Inughed at squalls and tho white, choppy sea nt such times. The squall blackened the sky, beat the ocean white where he had last seen the three heads, and then blotted out sea and sky nnd everything with Its .1 & MILLER Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, CnOETD : Ky. O O O CZHOIZZD it ..v.- - LJi'-r- l. "Two hundred bovs at 0 a year means :i.r,oo thatV the main Item." "My. how cheap labor does mount up! Thirty-sis hundred pounds, 18,-00- 0, security. You could go down to Sydney and raise the monthe place Is good just for a lot of cannibals! Yet ey." He shook his head. "You can't get them to look at plantations down there. They've been taken in too often. But I do hate to glvo the place up more for llughle's sake, I swear, than ray own. Ho was bound up in It Wo wero running slowly behind, but with tho Jessie we hoped to muddlo through In some fashion." "Y'ou were muddlers, tho pair of you. without doubt. But you needn't sell to Morgan and Raff. I shall go down to Sydney ou the next steamer, aud I'll come back in a secondhand schooner. I should bo able to buy ono for 5,000 can-nlbnl- Ho held up his hand in protest, but sho waived It aside. "I may manage to freight a cargo back as well. At any rate, the schooner will take over tho Jesslo's business. I'm going to become & partner In Berando to tho extent of my bag of sovereigns I've got over fifteen hundred of them, you know. We'll draw up an agreement right now that Is, with your permission, nnd I know you or 11.000" Via-hur- talk-talk?- "You know I sailed hero all tho way from Tahiti iu order to bocomo a planter," sho insisted. "You know what Now l'vo changed my plans were. them, that's nil. I'd rather bo a part owner of Berando and get my returns In three years, thnn break ground on Parl-Sulaand wait seven years." Shel"And this cr this Bchooncr" don changed his mind and stopped. "Yes, go on." "You won't bo angry?" ho queried. "No, no; this Is business. Go on." "You er you would run her yourself? Bo the captain, lu short, and go recruiting ou Mnlalta?" "Certainly. Wo would Bavo tho cost of a skipper. Under an agreement you would bo credited with a manager's y won't refuso It" Ho looked nt her with good natured amusement salary and I with a captain's. It's quite simple. Besides, if you won't let mo bo your partner I shall buy get u much smaller vessel and run her mrsobf. So want Is tho difference?" Parl-Sula-- deluge of rain. It passed on, nnd Bernnde emerged In the bright sunshine ns the three swimmers emerged from the sea. Sheldon slipped Inside with partner?" the telescope nnd through the screen "Rut do you realize that I would bo door watched her run up the path, e looked upon as the most foolish shaking down her hair as she ran, to In the south seas If I 'took a tho fresh water shower under the young girl like you In with me here house. on Bernnde?" ho asked. On the veranda that afternoon he "No; decidedly not But thero you broached the proposition of a chaperon " " nro again, worrying about what Idiots CHAPTER. XIII. will and tho generally evil minded TIIE JIAIITHA. think of you. I should havo thought wero deep in a game of you had learned self reliance on Bethe next morning, rando, Instead of needing to lean upon the 11 o'clock breakfast, the moral support of every whisky when Vlaburi entered and anguzzling, worthless south sea vaganounced: bond." "Big fella schooner close up." lie smiled and said: Even ns he spoke, they heard tho You "Yes, that Is tho worst of It Yours Is the logic rumble of chain through hawse pipe, aro unanswerable. of youth, and no man can answer that und from tho veranda saw n big black Tho facts of life have no pince Iu the painted schooner swluglug to her just logic of youth. Youth must try to live caught anchor. "It's a Yankee," Joan cried. "Seo according to Its logic. The fncts always smash youth's logic, and they usually that bow! Look at that elliptical stern! smash youth's heart, too. It's like Ah, I thought so" as tho stars and all such stripes fluttered to the masthead. Platonic friendships nnd-n- nd "Martha, San Francisco," Sheldon things; they are all right In theory, but read, looking through the telescope. they won't work In practice. "Suppose wo do become partners on "It's tho first Yankee I ever heard of Beraude," he said, "either I'll full In In the Solomons. They nro coming lovo with you or you with me. Pro- ashore, whoever they are. And, by pinquity Is dangerous, you know. In Jove, look at those men nt the ours. fact, It Is propinquity that usually It's an all white crew. Now. what rea-bobrings them here?" gives tho facer to the logic of youth." "They're not proper sailors," Joan "If you think I eamo to tho Solomons to get married," she began commented. "I'd be ashamed of a crew wrnthfully. "Well, thero nro better of black boys that pulled in such a men in Ilnwall, that's all. Beally, you fashion. Look at that fellow in tho know, tho way you harp on that ono bow tho one Just Jumping out; he'd bo string would lead an unprejudiced moro ut home on u cow jKiny." Tho boat's crew scattered up and listener to conclude thnt you aro prudown tho beach, ranging about with rient minded" She stopped, appalled. Ills faco had eager curiosity, while the two men who gone red aud whlto with such abrupt- had sat in the stem sheets opened tho ness as to startle her. Ho was pa- gato and came iqi the path to tho One of them, a tall nud slender tently very nngry. Sho sipped tho inau, was clad In white ducks that fitof her coffee, nud arose, saying: last uniform. "I'll wait until you nro In a better ted him like a temper before taking up tho discussion Tho other man. in nondescript that were both of tho sea and again. That Is what's tho matter with you. You get angry too easily. Will shoro and that must have been uncomyou come swimming? Tho tldo is Just fortably hot, slouched und shambled like un overgrown npe. To completo right" tho Illusion, his faco seemed to sprout "If sho wero a man, I'd bundlo her in all directions with a dense bushy off tho plantation, root and crop, mass of red whiskers, while bis eyes whaleboat, Tahltlan sailors, sovereigns, and all," ho said to himself wero small und sharp and restless. Sheldon, who had gone to tho head after sho had left tho room. B t that was tho trouble. Sho was of tho steps, Introduced them to Joan. individual, who not i man, und where would she go, Tho bewhlskered looked llko a Scotchman, had tho Teuwould happen to her? and what Ho got to his feet, lighted a ciga- tonic name of Von mix and spoke rette, und her Stetson bat, hanging on with an American accent. The tall the wall over her revolver belt, cuught man In tho well fitting ducks, who bis eye. That was tho devil of it, too. cave the English naias of Tudor John no did not want her to bo. 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StNOLK COPIES IS CENTS Ak your NavwUata to thow yvu m or WRITE POR PRCC SAMPLE COPY TODAY KV, POPULAR MECHANICS CO. 320 W.Wsthlnirtoii St., CHICAGO Subscribe .nk&d DVENTIRE By OFFICIALS TO CET SKMTURES JACK LONDON Copyright. 1110. by Street & Smith Copyright. IV or the Macmlllan Company Burlcy Society To Begin Campaign for New Ten-YePooling Contract. ar E&$&$$&$0$& dor trilkctl purely enunciated Eng- such ns nny cultured American lid talk, save for the fnct tlint It most delicately nnd subtly touched in fnlnt Oertnnn nocont. wan mix was rough nnd boorish, but ador was gracefully ensy In every- Blng he did. or looked, or said. iThey were on n gold hunting ox- edition. He wns the lender nnd Tudor fns his Ilcntonnnt. All hnntls-n- nu were shnro- licre were twenty-eigh- t dolders, in vnrylng proportions, In the adventure. Several wero sailors, but Ihe lnrgo majority were miners, culled from all the enmps from Mexico to the Arctic ocean. It was the old nnd Bver untiring pursuit of gold and they fcamo to the Solomons to get It. Part it them, under the leadership of Tudor, were to go up the Bnlesunn nnd pene trate the mountainous heart of Utrndul- canar, while the Martha, under Von Ills, sailed away for Mnlalta to put through similar exploration. "And so" said Von mix, "for Mr. Cudor's expedition we must have some black boys. Can we get them from ou?" 'In the first place we can't spare icm," Sheldon nnswereu. "We are bort of them on the plantation as It t GREAT INTEREST TAKEN Present Agreement Offers New Advantages, and by First of March It Is Expected Every Grower In Central Kentucky Will Have Signed. Tho campaign for signatures to tho r pooling contract of the new Burloy Tobacco Society will begin next week, and it Is believed by tho officials of tho society that by March 1, the tlmo set for tho closing of the pool, that nearly every hurley tobacco grower in Central Kentucky will have ten-yea- signed. Copies of tho now contracts, embodying, as thoy do, all tho advantages of easy handling and prompt payment for tobacco delivered, and at tho same tlmo Insuring to tho proposed new Burloy Tobacco Company an adequate supply for the next ten years for tho proposed mammoth factory nt Lcxlng- .. Ill m. .ltnlwtltii lllfl u lull, will 1n uui.uu,trwl lit v... Irman. oi mo county uuurus m cauu vuumj--- ton. "Wo?" Tudor asked quickly. "Then are a firm or a partnership? I nderstood nt Guvutu that you were lone, that you had lost your partner." Sheldon Inclined his head toward Joan, and ns he spoke she felt that he had become a trltle stiff. "Miss Lackland has become Interested In tho plantation since then. But to return to the boys. We can't spare them, and. besides, they would be of little use. You couldn't get them to accompany you beyond Blnu, which is n short day's work with the boats from here. They are Malalta men, and they are afraid of being eaten. They would desert you at the first opportunity. You could get the Blnu men to accompany you another day's Journey through tho grass lands, but nt the first roll of the foothills look for them to turn back. They likewise are disinclined to being eaten." "Is It as bad as that?" asked Von ou the Burley district. Interest has awakened surprisingly since the district board adopted in Lexington last Tuesday tho amendments of tho executive committee, which wero based upon suggestions of growers who did not believe tho first pooling plan contracts were complete. Under the new contracts, which preserve, In the main, all the advantages of the original, but which add a number of decided advantages In tho Interest of both landlord and tenant, tho grower may select his own market, In and when he delivers his tobacco will get his money at once. Tho new contracts, which must bo signed between now and March 1, when the pool closes, are as follows New Landlord Ten-Yea- r Pooling Con Jnho preceding year, and arc still members in" the year In which the vote is taken vote accordingly, the proportionate Interest of each voter to bo determined by tho quantity of tobacco which ho may have grown and delivered to tho pool In tho preceding year. Tho Board of Directors may In any year order and provide for such elec- n o bo hed nt Uo tlmo Qf tho an nuaj prccct GPCtlon and Shall do so upon the written demand of one- fourth of the members of tho society, said demand to he made by written notlco to tho society thirty days before tho annual precinct election. Should the undersigned make a bona fide sale of any farm or farms pooled under this pledge or should tho title theroto pass from him by descent or devise, then nnd In that event thl3 contract shall bo cancelled on tho first day of January following the sale, or change of ownership by descent br devise, as to any tobacco grown on such farm or farms after such date; but the purchaser, heir or devisee of such ' I per cent nor moro than fifty per cent M hc gross sales of tho tobacco hereby pledged In tho Hurley Tobacco Company, Incorporated, or somo other company to ho Incorporated, to bo loft to tho decision of tho District noard of tho Hurley Tobacco Society prior to October 1, 1012; tho stock subper scribed by him being cent of tho gross sales of his tobacco, and In caso of tho falluro of tho to Indicate nt the tlmo of tho signing of this pledge tho nmount of stock subscribed for by him, his slgnaturo to this contract shnll be construed ns a subscription to said stock to an amount equal to twenty per cent of tho gross anles of his tohaccp. When tobacco Is sold the undersigned authorizes the nurloy Tobacco Society to pay for said stock out of tho proceeds of said tobacco. Tho shares of said stock to be Issued to tho undersigned, but no fractional shares shnll bo Issued. The undersigned by reason of this contract becomes nnd Is entitled to nil the privileges of a member of the said Barley Tobacco Society. Upon his failure to fully comply with tho terms nnd conditions of this contract, tho undersigned hereby agrees to pay to said society as liquidated damages twenty per cent of tho valno of said tobacco for tho benefit of tho members of said society; but this shall not bo construed as a waiver of the right of said agent to enforce this con tract or to enjoin Its breach in equity. Tho Board of Directors of the Bur-leTobacco Society shall dlssolvo the pool In any year provided two-thirIn interest of those who wero mem-ber- contract, mango in any way tho terms of this I I. O P. O I I Real Estate Department DO YOU WANT TO BUY u farm or business? If you do you may lind just what you need in this department. If you Landlord. in any of tho following properties, write us nt onco for Landlord. owner's name nnd address. If none of these plnces suit you, write ua Solicitor. tly nt onco telling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU NEW TENANT POOLING WANT IT nnd let us introduce you to the mun who hns tho VERY Book No. PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. Dato Wo recommend tho following properties ns being productive Acres Pledged and fair in price. Tenant DO YOU WANT TO SELL your fnrm 'or business? IF P. O County YOU WANT CASH for your property, f.cnd piicc and description Statu at onco nnd let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together. Pledge No. This depnrtment is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling Grown In Precinct buyers and sellers of farm or business propctties to make quick sales. County Witness. CON-TRAC- State P. O Ilcmnrks Solicitor $15,000 FARM FOR $10,000 ini-prov- Good farm 400 acres; best land in Breckinridge county; well well watctcd ind every acre tillable. $10,000 will buy this TENANT POOLING CONTRACT. farm. It is worth $15,000. For particulars address Book No. ..19 Crop. Pledge No... County, Ky 19.. Jno. Mn liu. l 70 D. Babbage y g This contract made this day witness- oth: That In consideration of tho benefits to bo derived herefrom by tho parties hereto and that this contract is made by the undersigned nnd accepted by tho hereinafter named Burley Tobacco Society as a mutual contract with other contracts of Hko Import, taken and to bo taken and entered Into by and with many other growers of tobacco, which arc of mutual benefit to all, the undersigned grower of tobacco owning acres "of Interest In fnrm n," fnrma alinll lint'A Ml nntlnn J to comply and conditions, the exercise t: contract and Pfyto this out Its terms carry tract. Date Landlord P. O County Book No. 1911 '. Acres Land Pledged State , ' i Gnndalcnnar has Pledge No. never been explored." Sheldon explain- Situated in Precinct ed. "The bushmen are as wild men ns are to bo found anywhere In the County world today. I have never seen one. State I have never seen a man who has scon O one. The Austrian expedition scient- P. stituted. It Is further understood and agreed got part way in before Remarks ists, you know that tho pool will he closed, so far as it was cut to pieces. The monument landlords are concerned, on or beforo is up tho beach there several miles. March 1, 1912. In tho discretion of the Only one man got back to the coast to Solicitor District Board, and And now you have nil Landlord Ten-Yea- r tell the tale. Pooling Contract. new members can that thereafter no be admitted; but I or nny other man kuows of the Inside 0 Crops. the District Board of tho Hurley Toof Guadalcanar." bacco Society at their regular annual Pledge No. Book No. "Rut gold have you heard of gold?" October County meeting In Vnto mn- - of each yuar by , s "Do you nnnn iha Iir.n1.-Tudor asked Impatiently. Ky know anything nbout gold?" V"tof the Society for the admission of wit- - now members at such time and uron Sheldon smiled, while the two visitors This contract made this day nich terms and conditions as the Board ncsseth: hung eagerly upon his words, may prescribe. The tlmo for closing "You can r.a two miles up the Bale-tun- a i That In consideration of the benefrom the gravel. fits to bo derived herefrom by the the books for the admission of new and wash eolors members I've done It often. There Is gold un- parties hereto and that this contract tion of theshall bo left to tho discreBoard. is made by the undersigned and ac- y doubtedly back In the mountains." It Is distinctly ngreed that the earn-Ingcepted by the hereinafter named Bur-leTudor nnd Von Bllx looked triuin income and Tobacco Society as a mutual con- Burley Tobacco surplus mado by tho phantly nt each other. Company upon the contracts of like Im- 1909 crop "Old Wheutidieafs yarn was true, tract with other to be taken and enshall belong to the memport, taken and bers of tho 1909 pool nnd that the Von Bllx nodthen." Tudor said, nnd tered Into by and with many other ded. "And if Malalta turns out as growers of tobacco, which are of Board of Directors of tho Burloy Tobacco Society may Invest tho snme well- "mutual benefit to all, the undersigned for In Tudor broke off and looked nt Joan. grower of tobacco owning and expect- said their benefit tho the discretion of On was the talc of this old bench-comb- ing to own Burley tobacco of the 1911 each Board. tho Board1st of October In "It year of Directors of that brought us here." he ex- to 1920 crops inclusive grown and to tho Burloy Tobacco Company containing nave shall "Von Bllx befriended him be grown on hla farm, plained. the and acres (tho usual crop discretion rightpro authority In their secret." He turned and was told the to rate the estimated is and addressed Sheldon. "I think we grown on this land the North by earnings and surplus of tho company acres), bounded on 11 prove that among the various stockholders white men have been of recon tho East by rouch the heart of (lunclnlennar on the South by ord on tho books of the company at long before the time of the Austrian and on the West by such date nnd either to pay same to expedition." County. tho stockholders in cash or to Issue In Sheldon shrugged his shoulders. Kentucky, hereby constitutes and ap- stock to them for their proportionate part of same. "Wo have never heard of it down points the Burley Tobacco Society, a Tho undorslgned under the laws of Ken- leave his Btock In further agrees to corporation tho Burloy Tobacco To be continued agent for the purpose tucky, as solo of all Company and to vote same so as to of receiving and soiling one-hal- f continue that company; "My child was burned terribly about the said tobacco and for such purpose the Board of Directors but authorises of the Burley hereby transfers and assigns to and In- Tobacco Socioty to the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Invest same In tho agent the title and right stock of such other company ns they pain ceased vests in said Thomas' Electric Oil. The of possession to said tobacco and and the child sank into a restful sleep." agrees to deliver tho same on domand may In their discretion organlzo. The undesigned further that M. Hanson, Hamburg at such point in paid county, or in the Board of Dlrecfors of the Hur'oy the county where the tobacco Is stored, Tobacco Socioty may N.Y. handle as said society may designate. ago said Burley Tobacco and man T NOTICE Company Tho undersigned, however, roseryos and any the right any tlmo prior to March 1, proceeds other company In which the of his tobacco of tho second year following tho year Is Invested, as provided or his stock ' AltoniSmlth &c, Plaintiff by this In which the tobacco Is grown, to as In tholr Judgment Is host No. 3355 vs. select tho market on which no prerors As stated beforo, the pool Is closed Mattle Smith &c, Defendant J to be sold and the house All persons having claims against his tobacco Is to bo sold, unless the on or beforo March 1. 1912; that is, In which It ? the estate of John Smith, deceased, a hoiif e so far as landlords are concerned. It T will flip camn urifh unilprairrhnil enm- - Burley Tobacco Company has Is further understood and agreed that In which ovent missioner on or before the first day of on tho selected market, ware- any tenant or tenants growing tobac)i February. lolS; dulv nroven as reuuir- - It is to bo sold at the company's co on the pooled farm shall havo the tt'wl by law; this 0th day of December, houses, and It is further understood right to pool any crop or crops In any and agreed that after tho stock sub- year prior to a ,jU9u. tee Walls, Com'r. scribed for herein Is paid for to the or they may so division thereof, If he deslro, It Is lef All the good qualities of Ely's Cream Burloy Tobacco Company and all optional with snld tenantand aa to whethcharges for tho selling of tho tobacco, er or not ho will Balm, solid, ate found in Liquid Cream tako stock In such of tho proceeds Is to be company; but ho can do so If he deBalm, which is Inteuded for use in at- - tho remainder undersigned then and sires to an paid to tho extent not to oxceed fifty ft ewhers. That it is a wonderful remedy there. per cent of the tobacco he pools; but pooled above Is one-hal- f Tho tobacco In tho ovent the undorslgned has a of all tho tobacco grown on the land crop or crops of tobacco upon Creatinn an Imoresslon. above described, as woll as on all land land, In which ho has no tenant, pooled '"It he really a great scientist?' he Is, owned by the undersigned In tho State to tho extent of tho remaining fifty per uoio U1JT UUUUU), ll'llUl-l- i Jil of Kentucky with tho exception of rent of the crop not lyeane. "I suspect ho is ouo of the partnership or Joint ownership land. herelnbeforo proatists who get their reputations by undersigned further subscribes vided for, to havo the privilege of a The tag down to a dinner tablo and for shares of tho capital stock to an tenant in pooling same. The Solicitor has no authority to aying chloride of sodium instead of amount equal to not less than twenty "Tho interior of of which option shall be Indicated by him on or January 1, by before such date, endorsing his signature on this pledge; but before a purchaser can exercise such option the vendor must Indicate his assent thereto by his signature endorsed on this contract. If he does not consent to theexerclFo of such option by the purchaser, the vendor shall have the right to substitute In the pool In lieu of the land sold by him an approximately equal number of acres of land; but his desire to make such substitution must ho Indicated on or before January 1 following the sale of his pooled land by a written endorsement signed by him on the back of this pledge, which endorsement shall describe tho land sub- 1911-192- tWO-tlllrd- a s, " Mrs.-Nanc- y "1 ccn-trac- t, farms-- Ut acres, Nn 1 I Two on tberlver, good 125 acres; both Improvements; 2,600 upplu trees Just In prlmo of life. ivff, T 300 iicrtH 3 mlU't frcm riitlrund, . Hood school, 3 churches, boat binding. it iifiir i:iinp!e;oncmllcfromsclioo.-liouc19 l2- - acres, ull nnd lovol well Nn is good barn;goodland cleared,land, 10S ucrcs 1 Mn 1 l,Ul u county: U mllo from Kkron. Mcndu located ; 3 miles from Irvlngton. Prlco 3,300 miloof public school, mllo graded scliuol, Rood lund 7 Nn kj 20 ncres lying In u valley; 5 SO acres in Nn " M acres, nil lovid.plenty of timber, nvj. ilargo roomdwelllngundhull;Stenant houses, tobacco barn: "Yt miles South clmrd and cnissj lusting Nprlnp, good dwelling, 5 rooms una of Kirk. M mllo from school well watered, 3 bull, meutund lieu liouto, temint liouso two springs near burn; on Uurul Route. rooms, tobacco burn, stublo und corn crib. IWyurds from McQundy und soliool liouso. MU' l A li'O ucres, lfiO good all can be Nn I cultivated; 3 levol; dwellings; 2 l'rlcof 1.450. Kusy terms. feed barns, big tobacco barn; 3 miles from good lund near Hi sin Mn A 400 acres llreckenrld?ecounty,tini Sample. Kas terms. nvi Springs, '"5 ncres 1 "die of thu best suctions In the county of Olon Nn Dean; good, strong llmo stone 125ncres mllo South of Itockvulo, soil, watered by wells und springs, on good Burley tobacco of tho 19 crop, grown ,,IU r good Mn level lund, 4 room dwelling county road, near good school nnd churches. on farm in teliunt iousu und necessary outbuildings. Now tobacco barn cot?l, 200, 3 stock barns, School house und church In 3j0 yards. Prico good tenant buusus, line clover and gruss County, Kentucky, $1,050 cash. lund. I'rlcu ttl.100. hereby rvJ lands of dwoll-l,3 tn from I3 acres' ft mllo I u "4 acres.story lesrooms Kirk, porch, u' fJrt IU McQuady.located I $2,000. north of 0 uni M cash l'rlco constitutes nnd appoints tho Burley good well, InglH tenant bouse, good barn and bu'unco in yearly payments. smull Tobacco Society, a corporation under und stahlt). good orchard. tho laws of Kentucky, as sole agent Mn 17 325 acres located near Irvlngton 100 acres in ono and I'WJ. 1 tho best farms In for the purpose of receiving nnd sell- Nn O 124 ucres In tho other; U! ncres lo- that section. This is one of stateof cultivation Under high liardlnsburg; 100 acres 3 well Improved; good orchard; woll watered; ing nil of the said tobacco and for cated 3 mile-fromiles from liurned; y, mllo of Klngswood un Ideal place, l'rlco $10,000; H cash, balance such purpose hereby transfers and as- college. on easy payments. signs to and Invests In said agent the )0 ucrcs 4VS miles trom ilurdlns-1,- u' located on thu railroad title nnd right of possession to said to- Nn Ifl U'2aiTe from Webster, good barn v Vt mllo lw burg, county seat; well Improvbacco, and agrees to deliver the same and crib, reasonably good house; well wuter- - ed; one of the best farms In tho county, l'rlco cl, outlet on sldo. on demand at such point In said coun-tv- - Kurtz farm. every $3,000 I'ortlon of H. L. $4,000. I'rlcu or in tho ennntv wliern tlin tnlinr. co Is stored as said Society may desllO 140 ncri-a- Smiles from Uuston, J,OUU a miic (rom irvlngton; well ''or ""' !'cros four miles west of. ignate. watered: lays well; good young orchard; good $2, OOO Olendeano. :i miles (mm humph Tho undersigned, however, reserves tImber;ou rural routo; school housofuw yards railroad; all fresh land; 100 ucres In cultivafro n liouso; Improvements; good four produco tho best tion; the right any time prior to March 1, dwelling with kitchen on back porch; room corn, 50 acres in grass; will In neighborhood; two of tho second year following tho year good turns; b rn und tenant homo und cis- plenty wheat und tobacco ut door of dwell lasting water, well thu Held; in which the tobacco is grown, to se tern back Inwill sell on meat und hen house; lng; log dwelling. 8 rooms nnd sldo roomt woodshed; easy payments; plenty lect tho market on which ho prefers of sin 11 fruit. Further particulars address good stable; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tenant houses. i Plenty of good timber for farm purpose g his tobacco to be sold, and tho house Jno. O. itnbbage, Gloverport, Ky. good land to clear, l'rlco $.',000 H cash. In which It Is to be sold, unless the Burley Tobacco Company has a house on the selected market. In which event It Is to be sold at the company's warehouses, and It Is further understood and agreed that after tho stock subscribed for herein, If any Is subscribed for, Is paid for to the Burley Tobacco Company, nnd all charges for tho selling of the tobacco, the remainder of Mr. farmer, are you interested? If so, call on tho the Proceeds is to hn nnlrl tn tlm nn. derslgned then and there. managerof the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph ine undersigned, by reason of this Company and havo him explain the special "Far-mor- s contract, becomes and is entitled to all the privileges of a member nt smlrl Lino" rate. Burley Tobacco Society. upon his falluro to fully comply with the terms and conditions of this CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY contract, the undersigned hereby agrees to ray to said Society ns liqui(Incorporated.) dated damages twenty per cent of the TZT&Z value of said tobacco for the benefit of the members of said Society, but this shall not bo construed as a waiv- holders in cash or to issue stock to A Texas Wonder. er of tho right of said agent to enforce them for their proportlnate part of this contract or to enjoin its breach same. In equity. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Tho undersigned further agrees to The Board of Directors of tho Bur- leave his stock In tho nurloy Tobacco bladder troubles, removing gravel, ley Tobacco Society shall dissolve the Company and to vote same so as to cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, pool In any year, provided company; but authorizes continue that In Interest of those who were memtho Doard of Directors of the Burley rheumatism, and all irregularities of bers In the preceding year and are Tobacco Society to Invest same in tho the kidneys and bladder in both men still members In tho yenr In which the stock of such other company as they and women. Regulates bladder troubvote is taken vote accordingly, the may In their discretion organize. les in children. If not sold by vour proportionate Interest of each voter Tho undersigned further agrees to bo determined by the quantity of that tho Board of Directors of the Bur- druggist will be sent by mail on retobacco which he may have grown and ley Tobacco Society may handle and ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two delivered to tho pool In the preceding Tnnnnco nnld Etirlev Tobacco Company month's treatment and selc'om fails to year. The Board of Directors nay In or any other company In which the "... any year order nnd provldo for such procerus ui ,.! louiicuu ur oiuv;ii m In. perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 I..1, l i" his election to be held at the time of the vested, as provided by this contract, Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugannual precinct election, and shall do as In their judgment Is best. so upon the written demand of h Tho solicitor hns no authority to gists. of tho members of tho Society, change in any way the terms of this said demand to bo made by written contract. Queen Bess' Wardrobe. notice to tho Society thirty days be- P. O Royal initials tmve never recorded a fore the annual precinct election. O P. Tho solicitor has no authority to Witness. more varied und extensive wnrdrobo change In any way the terms of this . Tenant than that which belonged to tho "vircontract. F.ven ut tho age of sixty-eigh- t, . Tenant gin tjueen." when she might be supposed to Solicitor. P. O have outlived her youthful vnnlty, sho P. O. "I had beeu troubled with conrtlpi-tio- u possessed 00 complete otllclal cosWitness for two years and tried all of the tumes, 102 French gowns, 100 robes Tenant beet physicians in Bristol, Tenu., and with trains and 07 without, 120 anTenant they could do nothing for tue," writes tique dresses, 130 bodices. 125 tunics, Solicitor Thos. K. Williams, Middleboro. Ky. not to mention such trifles ns 00 manof Chambeilaiu's Stom- tles, 83 dressing gowns nnd 27 fans. Tho undersigned further subscribes 'Two packnges Uvei Tablets cured me." For It is possible that she had an ugly for shares of the capital stock to an ach and all dealers. foot, for sho possessed only nine pairs per sale by amount equal to per cent of shoes, which, considering her excent, but not to exceed fifty travagances in other articles of apof the gross sales of tho tobacco hereNOTICE by plodged, In tho nurloy Tobacco parel, must have somo meaning. At Company, Incorporated, or some other BankofH'burg&TrustCo.,Prff.3.000 articles wero found No her death cornpauy, to bo Incorporated, to bo In her wardrobo duly catalogued J ,,yw which bad adorned her proud person. left to the decision of tho District Carl L. Wilson, Defendant Board of tho Iiurloy Tobacco Socioty All persons having claims against prior to October 1, 1912. When the to- the estate of George W. Burton, deWinter and Summer Sun. bacco Is sold, tho undersigned author- ceased, will file the same with the un- The sun is ncurcr to tho earth In izes tho Burloy Tobacco Socioty to rtnrctrrnnH nn or liftforo pay for said Btock out of tho proceeds thellrstday of February, 1012; duly winter than It is in summer. It is not of said proven as required oy law, mis ino inn distance that determines tho nmount of said tobacco. Tho shares stock shall uo issued to tho under- day of December, 1011. l.ee Walls, of heat that we got from tho sun, but signed, but no fractional shares shall Com'r. tho length of tlmo tho sun Is abovo bo Issued. the horizon and tho direction In which It Is distinctly agreed that the earnhis rays strike us. In summer, alMoney Built Roads. Interest ings, incomo and surplus mado by tho though much farther from us, tho sun Shnw-ne- e Tho county commissioners of Burloy Tobacco Company upon tho Is daily abovo tho horizon much louger county, Kan., have built nearly 1909 crop shall belong to tho members than when ho Is nearest, nt tho winter of tho 1909 pool, and that tho Board forty , miles of good roads with the solstice, ami this continued action proof Directors of the Burley Tobacco money formerly used for paying induces the summer heat In addition Society may Invest the same for their terest on bonds. to this Is to be reckoned tho fact that benefit in the discretion of said noard. As rapidly us the bonded debt wus On the 1st of October in each year reduced the money which formerly lu summer tho forco of tho sun's rays tho Board of Directors of tho Durley had been used to pay Interest was ex- Is more perpendicular to tho earth's Tobacco Company shall havo the right pended on macadam roads. Thero was surface, while In tho winter thoy aro oblique. In the case of tho perpendic and authority in their discretion to pro rata the estimated earnings and no additional burden ou tho taxpayers. ular ray the heat stnys. while In that surplus of the company among tho va- Instead, tho tax levy was decreased of the oblique rny it "glances off," so rious stockholders of record on tho In most Instances! and good roads lead to speak. books of said company at such date, Into Topcka from nearly every direcand either to pay same to the stock tion as a result. Today! Now! (1 mnT hurn. acres near (fumed. room liouso otculicnt school. nv. " 1 ii nu. f 1" Two-tract- s nu' , I RURAL TELEPHONES SS5S5H?2S?SJ: two-thir- ono-fourt- Subrcribe Star. riMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS ELECTRICJERMS. The Units of Measurement .. T" I! Kegisierea POLAND THE OLD RELIABLE n and What They Mean. What One Farmer Did. VOLTS AND WATTS. J. F. Barker, u graduate of the Col- AMPERES, lege of Agriculture of Ohio Stato university, Uvea In Meigs county, O. For Broadly Speaking, Amperes Indicate years tbo fanners of his community Volume, Volts Measure Pressure and had been unnblo to grow clover. Whllo Watts Show the Resulting Quantity. acid noils in college ho learned about The. Kilowatt Hour. nnd the use of lime. In tho spring ho went homo ho decided to make when It has been estlmnted that the tlmo on experiment on his home fnrm. He nnd labor wasted by those engaged In placed n few bushels of Hmo on somo selling electricity In trying to make litter In the mnnuro spreader nnd their customers understand a kilowatt drove acro.su the Held. Whero ho ap- would suffice to build n string of pyraplied tho lime there was an excellent mids from New York to San Francisco, growth of clover In a strip wngon writes Allen Uollls. The discouraging wide, but there was none elsewhere. feature of the task Is that after all this This little experiment attracted tho at- effort the customer still remains Ignotention of the neighbors, nnd n number rant nnd cherishes the delusion that of them tried lime with gratifying re- the method of electric measurement is sults. Now that community is grow- a devious device for concealing nefariing clover nnd improving Its soils all ous practices by the electric light combecause one boy went to tho College of panies. The nvernge American is perfectly Agriculture. This is truly a case whero "a little Jcnven Icavcneth tho whole satisfied to buy gas by the foot translump." News Letter of Ohio College portation by the mile and telephones by the month, but watts look suspicious of Agriculture. and kllowntts totally depraved. This difficulty might have been avoided if Keeping Up the Milk Flow. who first adoptWhen cows have been milking for the eminent scientists Is generally a waste ed these accurate and to them convenseveral months it been willing to show of feed to attempt to Increase their ient terms had world how to compute flows of milk. About the best that (he rest of the In Inches or quantity can be douo with an animal after she electric nnd quarts. feet nnd this, peoLacking barrels conhas established her milk How is to left to struggle with their mystinue a system of feeding that will ple are method of measurements. shrinking in milk pro- terious keep her from The kilo is un old friend (or ancient duction abnormnlly fast Tho time to enemy. If you will) borrowed from the increase a cow's milk flow is nt the metric system. beginning of her period of lactation. This The ration should bo mndo so that it But in leads to the definition of a wntt. order to know watts one must ,will supply her with all tho necessary maintaining her body and first learn about the two other memdemands for making milk, and it should bo increas- bers of the family, amperes and volts. amperes measure ed, especially tho meal portion, as tho Droadly speaking, responds to Increased amount of volume, volts pressure and watts the cow feed. When 6he no longer responds to resulting quantity. in order to get a tangible Idea of more feed then no further Increase Giving a little less tho niupere. electricity may be comshould be made. is considered by most people to bo a pared with water flowing through a wise system of feeding. This practice pipe. In this illustration the ampere will Insure the greatest returns for will represent the volume of water, which Is determined by the size of the feed consumed. Hoard's Dairyman. pipe, but this should not be confused with the size of tho electric wire, Keep the Plows Bright. nothing to do with the presThe following mixture will keep the which has ent problem. The ampere then measplows from rusting: To three pounds of current flowing in of tnllow mix n pound of white lead ures the volume given time. The quantiIn an old Iron pot and stir the wire nt n Melt tnllow upon in the white load. When using, heat ty of energy flowing will depend the mixture and apply It with an old the other factor, which is expressed paint brush. In the spring just put In volts. The volt may be considered the measthe plow in the ground. This will ure In the of pressure or Intensity. inoldboard as bright in a few clean the Illustration of water flowing through a yards as It was before. Tho same apexpressplies to any farm tool used for culti- pipe the pressure Is commonly ed In pounds to the square Inch. With vation. electric energy the same Idea Is expressed in volts. It Is evident that the Sheep Respond to Care. quantity of water flowing In a pipe of Few sheep have ns pood care as they given size will Increase ns the presought to have. Too many farmers a sure increases. In a similar way the leave them to shift for themselves. They can't do their best that way. quantity of electricity Increases In exMake much of your sheep. They are act proportion to the electric pressure one of the hesi kinds of property on of voltage, nnd this quantity N measured by watts. tbo farm. The quantity (wnttsi of electricity delivered over a single circuit Is the direct product of the volume (amperes) TOBACCO NOTES. multiplied by the pressure (volts). In other words, amperes multiplied by volts equals watts. Calvin Hendrick, of Hardinsburg, The illustration serves to indicate the theory of electric measurement. It is said his wagon numbered pretty down the Hue because he did not start likely, however, to be misleading ununtil Monday morning with his tobac- less tho fact is kept In mind that waco. Although he drove nine miles, he ter Is material, while electricity manifests Itself only through got hare by seven o'clock with a heavy of affecting visible things.Its capacity It heats load. "I loaded my tobacco last Wed- the filament In an Incandescent lamp nesday", he said as he rushed away to and gives us light. It turns our motors, see what number Mr Gabbert put on it magnetizes telephone and telegraph his wagon. Instruments, hut always It conceals Its BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky, Organized 1872 CHINAS 5$ OUR RECORD: 39 years of lionomblo dealing. Pulsed through tlirco panics find paid every legitimate chiim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. cents per pound SMaBMMSSaBSBBiSHHaHSaMMHHi An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 3 per cent on Time Deposits THOROUGHBRED POULTRY 50c nnd up, citch; must go nt onco. FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS $20,000 FARM FOR $10,000 CASH! G400 acres of the best land in the county. Well improved; well watered and situated in one of the best communities in the county; one-hamile from railroad station. 200 acres of this land is creek bottom. If will produce and does produce 75 bu. of corn to the acre and 1,500 lbs. of tobacco. It grows wheat, clover, timothy. CLThis land if situated in Indiana or Illinois would bring $100 to $150 an acre. CE.A man who knows how to farm can make enough in two years to pay for it. CThe party wants to sell to go into other business, we consider this a great bargain. For Further particulars write lf 1 i SMART BROS., Cloverport, Ky. l,'t ' CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church niiptlst Sunday School, 0:30 n. to. O. K LlRhtfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Mtetlnp Wednesday 7 '30 p. m, Uaptlst Aid Society Society meets Monday atter Second Sunday, every month, Mrs. A. II. Skillmun, President I t nethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School, 0:30 it. m. Ira I). Bclicn, Superintendent, I'rcachlnj? every Sunday ut 11 11. in. und 7:30 p. in. I'r.iuk Lewis Pastor. Prayer meetlnK Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Epworth Leuuc, regular lurvlcoSundny fi;45 p, m: business metiitns first Tuesday night each month. Miss Mnrgurlto Kuril, President. Ladles' Aid Society meets first Monday each month Mrs, Forrest LlRhtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society mpets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs. VIirII Habbajre, President. Choir practlco I'rlday nlKit7&0, A. II Murray. Director. ?? Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School 9:45 11 m. Conrad Slpp-1- , Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sundiy, I Jo v. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetltR Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday atter Third Su"dnynvery month, Mrs Clius. Satterlluld. President. JN0. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. PRETTY HOME WEDDING Catholic Church Ktrst Sunday of each month, Mass. Sermon, and llenediutlon, 0:00 a. m., other three Sun- resented In nearly every country iu days at 10 IS a. m. On week days Mass at ":CO the world. a. m. Catechetical Instruction for thechtU-re- n Among the most productive and on Saturdays utSMOa. m , and on Sundays at 0:30 u. m. and 3:30 p. m. promising Industries of Korea are Its BACK GIVES OUT I TIMELY BREVITIES Not a pensioner of the war of the Revolution is now living. Oil engines nre displacing steam engines in the rural nnd remote districts of New Zealand. Japan has adopted various devices for getting rid of llles. but finds them a great pest nevertheless. The Peruvian army now consists of 23,000 men. fully equipped, well nrm-c- d and thoroughly trained. 0 Servla h.is ion cities with over inhabitants each. The largest, Belgrade, has nearly JH.OOO. (iermauy is the largest potato producing country in Europe. Its yield Inst year was 1,000.000.000 bushels. Birmingham. England's busy manufacturing town, has adopted the open school Idea for qhlldren who need this 10,-00- .! fr ; ! M L ooo Frank English has made a fine record for his first vear raising tobacco. He had two kinds. He raided I975 pounds of red on one acre. Who can beat this-He also raised 7OOO pounds of Burley. He got $9, $9 and J3. ? Wave Pate is one of the busiest young men in the tobacco business iu the county. He has been working night and day lntely for he and his father have a crop of 20,000 pounds to deliver. Monday night about 8 o'clock he was a wagon of tobacco 000 and his colored partner "Cv" wanted to see the trains come in so bad he could hardly work. oo( James Wilburn, of Hancock county, has a crop of 12000 pounds. , Tuesday morning Mr. Phelon the wagons numbered over 200. 000 said Glen Dean and Hardinsburg had an active business yesterday and Monday. 000 000 pounds from their farms. This means about $0,000 added to their bank ac- The Heard Bros, will deliver 75,000 own personality. In order to know what a watt actually Is It Is necessary to ascertain whut It will do. A thousand (kiloi watts nre the mechanical equivalent of one and Horsepower -- that Is. a mechaulcMl horsepower equals "111 watts of energy. Lighting circuits usually carry 110 to 1L'() volts. An ordinary sixteen caudle power lamp takes n little less than half an ampere hi volume nnd consequently consumes about fifty watts of current. With the tungsten lamp the rating by watts instead of candle power has been Introduced nnd bids fair to become unlver sally adopted. Being thus furnished with a standard of measurement It Is necessary only to multiply the amount employed icommonly called "capacity") by the number of hours of use to get the quantity consumed In watt hours. The sixteen cnndle power Inmp, with Its tlfty watts capacity, consumes fifty wutt hours each hour it is used. The cgstomary unit of consumption Is the kilowatt hour. (1,000 watts used one hourt, nnd the lump will consume this quantity In twenty hours. The ordinary electric meter recording wntt meter) records automatically the number of kilowatt hours used, being operated by mechanism which ruus at a speed which corresponds to the capacity employed. Rollins' Magazine. . one-thiruc-tu1 the health department have their teeth properly cured for. A German life saving buoy Is shape nnd large enough for n bather to He in and paddle himself nbout if he desires. Crude petroleum Is the most valuable of the nonmetallle minerul productions of Peru, and tho development of the oil fields is constantly increasing. Tho supreme court of Now York lately upheld nn actress In her refusal to wear tights while, appearing as a United States army officer in a farce. Luther Burbank announces that he has Bucqceded, after ten years of experiments, in producing a tbornlcss blackberry bush. Tho berries aro said cage school children examined by bnm-mo- treatment. Only three out of every hundred Chi count. Thos H. Hawkins Is just forty-siyears old, but he has been raising tobacco all his life and this was the first time he has had to wait two days to get his tobacco unloaded. Charlie Chancellor grew 3500 on one acres. He got $l, $8, and and x one-ha- lf $3. Ilut'h Haycroft, of near Glen Dean, raised 5 acres of tobacco that brought him 11021.90, He ave for this land nine years ago f 2,000 for 185 acres. The Error In itself nlwnys Invisible. same land was sold twenty years benature Is the absence of $400. fore for 1 Bismarck and No. 3. BIsmnrck held that three was the perfect number, for he had served three masters, he had three mimes, three oak leaves figure In hi family .arms, he was concerned In three wars, be signed three treaties of pence. In the Franco-Prussiawar he had thrw horses kill ?d under him. he bruuirht about tin meeting of three emperors, he was re sponsible for the triple ulllnure. he had three children. hU family mm in was "Strength In trinity," and carlcii turlsts depicted til 111 wlh three hairs on bis bead. -- lLgflt-.lac- obi. to bo delicious. There nro uo local regulations relating to life insurance in China, American companies being entirely under tho jurisdiction of the American consular nnd court oulclals and subject to American law. t Tho steam trawling business iu Jaby leaps and pan hns Increased bounds, so much so Indeed that tho government has withdrawn tho subsidies formerly paid to encourngo this branch of fishing. in tbo homes of the middlo class Chinese the husband's mother reigns supreme, and clubs Imvo been formed among wives with such titles as Reand bellion Against tho Mother-in-laRestoration of Female Rights. Beer Is now furnished Now Yorkers in squaro paper boxes, like those long used for lco cream. The box holds a pint nnd will remain air tight for several hours. Placed in a refrigerator it remains unchanged much longer. Tho Girls' Friendly Society of America Is said to be tbo largest girls' society iu the world. It has more than COO branches with a registered member-gblj- j of nearly. $0,000. It is now rep- - gold mines, and especially those controlled by American citizens. The geological survey of the country is far from complete, and clandestine plncer mining is prevalent. The receipt of underpaid letters from the rinlted States Is so common in Chinese cities that the business firms generally refuse 10 accept letters un less the envelope shows the nddress of some American Arm with which they are In communication. For many years the Japanese had little or uo use of nulls, but- - with the introduction and acceptance of western Ideas the use of mills became quite general, so that now there nre several factories In that country devoted to the manufacture of nails. Tho city of Vera Cruz, with a population of about .10.000. Is" supplied with shops, of bread by some thirty-eigh- t which number ouly a few devote their entire efforts, to the business. The majority follow the Industry ns u side line, their mainstay being the sale of liquors and groceries. Dr. James it. Augell. president emeritus of the University of Michigan, nt Is still a familthe age of eighty-twiar figure on the campus, living as he does Iu the president's house. He became head of the university In 1871. During his adminresigning in 100!) istration 22.00!) degrees were granted, and the faculty grew from thirty-fiv- e members to 400. Among the many ancient buildings In Vienna which are fast fulling prey to the modem builder Is one of particular Interest to the medical society. It Is situated In the Welbburggasse. In the henrt of the old city, and dates back to the fourteenth century. It was then the bouse of the medical faculty, and In It took place the first legal dissection of a human body In central Kurope. The effort to makp a seaport of Rome has taken serious form, nnd at the present time two schemes aro under consideration. Ono calls for the building or n canal to the sen. the details of which have been worked out on paper, but the other, which seems to be more promising and which has been more recently agitated, provides for the building of n harbor on the coast at a point nearest the city, with nn adequate railroad connection between the two. C. Arthur Pearson, editor and owner uf the London Mxpress. wealthy beyond the dreams of avarice, nnd reported suffering a complete breakdown from overwork, wns n poor lad twen-ty-flvyears ago. but full of force nnd ambition. At nliielecn ho became editor of Tit-Hiand made good. After the first year, refused an Increase In inlary. he borrowed a small sum and ttartcd Pearson's Weekly, which In a few years poured a golden stream Into ats lap. o o ts Plenty of Cloverport Readers Marriage of Miss L'Mee Leh mann and- - Dr. Moorman B. Have This Experience. Owen Robertson Solemnized Ydu tux the kidneys overwork on Last Evening at the Home them They can't keep up tile strain. ache and pain; Urinary troubles are likely to set in. Don't wait longer take Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of this vicinity endorse them. Crfn Cloverport people doubt the following evidenct? Mrs. S. F. McKinley, g01 First St., Ileurlersoii, Ky., says: "When Doan's Kidney Pills first came to my notice, I was confined to my bed with a lame baik. Every move I made sent shurp twinges through me and I was alio bothered by a difficulty with the kiduev secretions. Deciding to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I had a box procured and I begau their use. They gave me prompt relief and soon made me well. I feel that I cannot tay too much iu praise of Doan's Kidney Pills. " Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United continual it may of the Bride's Parents. The back sometimes gives out States. Remember the name take no other. DIVORCE IN Doan's and ANCIENT ROME. $3 V mf Jill w wife's character until after marriage. "Marriage for tho ItoSmu wouiau meant a transition from rigid seclusion to almost uubounded liberty. Sbe appeared as a matter of course at ber husband's tablo whether ho had company or not. She could go where sbe liked, either to the temples of lsls and Serapla or to the circus and amphitheater. She had ber own troop Louisville livening 1'ost of slaves, over whom she ruled withand Breckenrldge News out interference." one year 3.s0. One Woman Had Eight Husbands In Fivo Yean. "We are assured by Seneca." saya the hlstorial luge, "that thero were women in 'ancient Homo who counted their ages not by their years, but by tbo husbands they had had. Juvenal tells of one woman who had married eight husbands in tlvo years. Divorce Herald. was granted on the slightest pretext. Many separated merely from lovo of change, disdalnlug to give any reason, Notice llko Acmlllus l'nulus, who told hla friends that 'be knew best where hla That resolutions of roapect aro shoes pinched him.' published at 5 cents per line. "Rich wives wero not much sought after by wise men. Thel completu Please do not send obituaries to emancipation made tbemiilll''ult to tho News without expecting to manage. Accordingly, since both rich and poor wives were objectionable, tho pay for tho publication of this largo majority of men never married kind of matter. at all. In most cases a Human bridegroom know practically nothing of his i m The wedding of Miss L'Mee Lehuiauu and Dr. Moorman Owen Robertson was solemuized at 9 o'clock last evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Charles A. Lehmanu. The ceremony was performed by Dr. C.K. Crawford in the presence ol the family ami a few friends. The house was beautifully decorate , the color scheme he'ug green aud whit.: in the reception rouuis and red and gieen in thehall and dining room, An aisle of white tibbou led from the hall to oue corntr of the parlor, where was an improvised altar of white and gold, with a backgiound of green. Dr. Robertson entered first with his best man, Dr. G. A. Robertton, then the bridesmaid, Miss Myra McAtee with the groomsman, Mr. William The maid of honor, sister of the bride, Miss Lois Lehmaun, entered alone, followed by the bride nnd her brother, Mr. Charles A. Lebmann, Jr. The bride was given in marriage by her lamer, Mr. Uharles A. Lehmann. v Mrs. Victor Rudolph rendered an ex- ceedingly attractive musical program on the violin, accompanied by Miss Moseley. The bride's gown was a robe of manila tulle and lace over white satin, and she carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore a light blue satin Em pire gown embroidered In pearls. Her flowers were pink roses tied with blue satin. Miss McAtee was robed in pink and sho carried pink roses. Louisville Rob-ertso- 1 subscriDtions to al. Times, Post, Herald, Farmers llomo Journal, btock Yard Journal, Western Recorder and o News. Iireck-onridg- .t ii tr r t nonsuit j.. n. iucuiotman iort Courier-Journ- t J j Subscribe Now & t