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The Breckenridge news: May 15, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912051501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 15, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $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 COMMENCEMENT FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. Mrs Shelby Conrnd and Mrs. Frank Mattingly. Mrs. Oglesby was assisted in entertaining by Misses Kate Oglesby nnd Martha Miller. Pages No. 45 HARDIOURG'u Of B. C. H. EI NITON'S WEEK EVERY LETTER House-Party-Mammoth EMISESOF Will Be B.G.H.S. IVIoraweck Left No Will. m Tell City, Inil., Mnv 9. Alvln C. Friday Night, May The Seven- Moraweck, of New York, ntsoclnted with the Pacific States Telegraph Comteenth-Three Graduates. pany, of New York, and brother of the Address By Rev. Frank M. Inte Dr. Moraweck, who loRt his life on Ill-fat- Held In Hardinsburg Thomas. TWO RECEPTIONS GIVEN Invitations have been Issued to the e commencement exercises of tho County High School which will be held Friday evening. The graduates are Misses Judith Ellen Beard and Annie Lewis Whltworth and Mr. John Irwin Taylor. The program is as follows: Invocation Chorus, High School Pupils; Magic of Inventions by Judith Beard; Oration The Ministry of by Irwin Taylor; The Destiny of America by Annie Lewis Whitworth; Chorus by High School Pupils; Address by Rev. Frank M. Thomas, Louisville, Ky.; Presentation of Diplomas by Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman; Benediction, Last evening a beautiful May Day reception was given in honor of the graduates at the home of Mrs. Whltworth. This evening Mrs. Taylor Beard will entertain the graduates and their friends. The senior plays given Monday night made a great hit. The last was as folFreezing a Mother-in-Lalows: Characters: Mr. Watmuff Henpecked, Franklin Beard; Ferdinand Swift His Irwin Taynephew, a fortune-huntelor; Walter Lltherland In love with Emily Watmuff, Francis Dillon; Mrs. and crafty, Watmuff Whitworth; Emily Her Annie daughter, Ruth Klncheloe. The Dressing Gown Characters: Peter Peabody, Franklin Beard; Mrs. Peabody, Rebe Shep&rd; Miriam Her daughter, Ruth Chambliss; Angus Kirk, Irwin Taylor; Cumber The Butler, Francis Dillon; Sarah The Maid, Judith Beard. Breck-enrldgHifll-cultiw r, Strong-minde- d s SCALDEDJO DEATH Precious Little Boy Victim Of Terrible Accident At The Home Of His Parents, Mr. And Mrs. Henry Mattingly I s . 5 I Golden Mattingly,the three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mattingly, fell in a tub of hot water Wednesday morning and was dreadfully scalded. He died from the effects about four Have Large News Stand At Jacko'clock that afternoon. Percy Carson son, Miss The parents are grief striken over son, and the death of their sweet little Back On a Short Visit To His their many friends deeply sympathize Old Home, Cloverport with them. The funeral was held at the home Thursday morning by Father Bre3', John Carson, of Owensboro, and son, and was interred in the Catholic Ceme- Percy, of Jackson, Miss., were guests tery. of Mr. and Mrs. George Christ Sunday. Mr. Carson is engaged in the news business at the depot in Jackson, with REVVAL BEGINS his brother, Ernest. They are enjoying a splendid business. Besides themselves, they have assistant clerks and Rev. Mr. Hanes, aisp news boys on trains. Their sales Next Monday Member Of North Carolina of magazines are enormous; over 123 copies each week of The Saturday Conference, Will Conduct The Evening Post and 400 of the Cosmopolitan each month. Services. Singer To Come. The "Carson Boys" are brothers of Mrs. Christ, of this city and their old A revival meeting will be held at the friends here are glad to hear of their Methodist church beginning next Sun- prospering in the "Sunny South." day week, May 26th. The pastor will be assisted by Rev. J. O Hanes, of Ala. Mr. Hanes is a memCHILDREN'S DAY ber of the North Alabama Conference and is widely known as a successful Evangelist. Services Will Be Held Sunday He will be accompanied by Mr. Morning-Pre- tty Program Springfield, a splendid leader in song, who will have charge of the music. Choirs These men have been greatly prospered of God in revival work, and Cloverport Will Sing. should wake the most of this opportunity for a great meeting,. The other The annual Children's Day Services churches are cordially invited to coof the Methodist church will be held operate in this evangelistic campaign that they my bring the richest bless- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Ira ings to the entire community. Behen, superintendent of the Sunday school, Mrs. Robert Pierce, Miss Ida Delightful Time. White, Mrs. Shelby Conrad and Miss Mrs. Edward Oglesby was hostess to Mildred Babbage have charge of the a chain party for the Methodist Aid program, which is very attractive. The Her concealed choirs will render several Socletv last Friday afternoon. collection amounted to $9.36. Those pieces, of music. A special collection will be taken and Invited were: Mrs. James Randall, Mrs. Sallla Moorman, Mrs. W. H. it is hoped a large offering will ba given Mrs, Fallon. Mrs. Wm. Smart, Mrs. Burn, Mrs. Wickllffe DeHaven, at the services. m, llllll Titanic, arrived today and the Paragraphs. Simmons Dead. Other Local is staying with his sister. His presence here is due to his connection with the News estate of his brother. It is not known PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NOTES how the estate will be divided, as the doctor left no will. CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION Paul Wilson, Edgar Hardnway and n Here. Messages Wntlieu Drury spent Saturday in Circuit Court is in session. as guests of Jauies Drury. The Hardinsburg base ball team won Mrs. Jess Malin, of Owensboro, spent The Western Union Telegraph Co. a game at Garfield Thursday. Is to have all its message typewritten. The Altar Society of St. Romauld's Monday here as the guest of her sister, Tne company is said to have purchased church had an and strawberry Mrs. J. M. Hermlon, ten thousand typewriters for this pur- supper Friday, clerrlug $35. Miss Virginia Calloway spent last pose the largest purchase of typeweek as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Graduation examination last Friday writers ever made by one company at Kate Lewis Bennett, at her country and Saturday. ' one time. The Outlook. place, "Summer Seat." F. L. Curtis and wife, Glen Dean, What a boon this will be to the comJack Board nnd Walter Crlder are in mercial world as well as a boom to the were here Wednesday. Glen Dean visiting Walter's grandmothMrs.E H. Jolly, Misses Mabel Bandy er, Mrs. Bettie Mnttlngly. typewriter Industry. and Angle Gibson spent the week-enMr. and Mrs. Davis Pile, of Mook, at Irvington. FUNERALS were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Joel H. Pile attended the funeral of Dowell Tuesday afternoon leaving on his mother. the 10:30 train of the Henderson Route Jno. M. '.Sklllman, wife, and son, for Butte, Montana, where Mr. Pile will Of Mrs. Gibson And Mrs. Payne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvln eugage in farming. Held At The Same Time Last Skillman. Misses Nell Smith, Mary Alexander, Rev. E. B. English, Owensboro, Is Claudia and Susie Bandy and Messrs Afternoon-Bo- th Wednesday visiting friends. Harry ConnilF, Ernest Reese and Mr. Largely Attended. Turuer, of New Albany, composed an all Atty. Claud Mercer spent week-en- d day house party as guests of Miss Mary In Louisville. Nevitt at her beautiful home near Ba The funeral of Mrs, Mary Gibson was Chas. Durham is ill. sin Springs last Thursday. held from the Baptist church in this Rev. Daves, of First Baptist church, city last Wednesday afternoon. The Georgetown, preached the Bacculau-reat- e Mrs. T.O. Brite was in Louisville last week ns the guest of Misses May and interment took place in the Cloverport sermon Sunday morning at M. E. cemetery and beautiful flowers were church, South. Blanche Claycomb. placed on the grave as the last token of Mrs. Aunie Herndou was in Webster Mrs. J. Whitworth entertained the love and tribute to the mother. The Sunday to attend services at the MethHigh School Tuesday evening. services were conducted by the Rev. odist church there. Mrs.Taylor Beard will entertain the were: Mr. Cottrell and the Morgau Richardson and son, John J. M. Fitch, S. P. Conrad, Barney Juniors and Seniors Wednesday even- Morgan, Jr., of Brandenburg, are here Squires, O. T. Odewalt, Chas. Hall and ing. visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moremeii. L.' B. Perkins Joel II. Pile is visiting at Mook. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter, of CloverOn account of Mrs. Payne's death no Jack Simmons, familiarly known as port, were here recently visiting Misses relatives of Lodiburg could attend the "Uncle Jack," died at St. Joseph's Infuneral here. Among those from a dis- firmary Saturday morning. His phy- Julia and Maggie Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Petiick, of Custance at Mrs. Gibson's funeral were: sician accompanied him there last week ter, were here Sunday visiting Mrs. Johnnie Gibson and Mrs. F. P. Parks, to undergo an operation. mother, Mrs. Tom Adkisson. .of Irvington: Mrs. Baitman. of LodiMisses Mary Nevitt, Basin Springs; burg, Mrs. Jesse Miller, Miss Jolly, Myrtle Lyddan, Webster, were guests Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marshall went to Wm. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. John Gib- of Mnrtinsville, Ind., Saturday. Mrs. John Akers last week. son, of Sample. of Mrs. Arthur Ater held the graduation ex- SundayJim Smith, Gustoti, came down The funeral of Mrs. Harritt Payne, to spend the week as the guest Satwho died two hours before her sister, amination at Webster Friday and of her children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale urday. Mrs. Gibson, was held at Walnut Grove Smith. Mrs. Arthur Mather, Marion, is ch rch near Lodiburg. The Rev. Mr. Miss Susie Thomas Payne returned Willett officiated in the services at the guest of friends. Thursday afternoon from a visit to her church and grave. Mesdames J.M.Stone, Mark Easton, grandmother, Mrs. Crouch Heston, of Sturgis,vill arrive Friday to visit Rev. Hardlnsbutg. and Mrs M. L. Dyer. See McGlothlan & Sju for Royal Mrs. W. R. Moorman, Glen Dean, Field I'ouce. was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mrs. Lucy Waggoner and Mrs. Mary Beard Sunday. Type-WritteBian-detiburg ice-crea- m d pall-beare- rs Pe-uick- S. And Manual Train- Miss Mary Nevitt Gives Barbecue ing School, Of Louisville, Will Be Given By School ImWill Play On Local Diamond League-Twenty-provement Tomorrow Afternoon. Jack One BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE E II Sheltnan was In Louisville Saturday. Geo. Thompson's meat market house was sold to Louis Jolly for $150. ROYAL . BETTIE PILE Six Sons Tenderly Carry Mother To The Grand Jury. Following is the grand jury for May term of court: John O'Uiley, foreman; G. A. Foote, Ed. Alexnnder, Jns. Tln-lu- s, Samuel jackson, Marcus Mattingly, T. II. Chlsm, Henry T Gibson, Porter Atwood, Clarence Drone, Chas. Ad. Arms Mill-r- , Her Last Resting Place. And Impressive Funeral Burial Services. Dies At Her Home On The Pike. Rheumatism Several Months Leaves Husband And Two Children. Had -- Mrs. Sarah Jane Furrow, wife of John Furrow, died last Tuesday evening at her home on the Pike. She had been ill for a number of months and was a great sufferer of rheumatism. The funeral was held Thursday morning and the Interment took place at the 's Catholic cemetery in Hardinsburg. The services were conducted by Father James Norman. Mrs. Furrow was Miss Sarah Jans Ahl before her marriage and she was born in this county. She leaves her husband and two children, Layton Furrow, of this city, and Mrs. Newton, of East St. Louis, and one Mrs. Harry Rosenthaw, of Owensboro, who attended the funeral. Mrs. Newton will return here and keep house for her father at his home The death of the mother on the Pike. will cause much loneliness in tho Furrow home. She had a bright, happy disposition and will be greatly missed by her loved ones. Her age was about sixty years. grand-daughter, Mook, Ky., May 13. (Special.) On Wednesday morning at early dawn, the beautiful spirit of Mrs. Bettie Pile, of Mook, took its flight to heaven. Though she had been ill for several months, she was not thought worse tnat morning, for she got up as was her custom to sit in her chair, and suddenly aud quietly passed away. Mrs. Pile was a home lover and a home maker. She always made, not only her children who were away, welcome, but the many frequent guests who stayed there from time to time. e She lived useful years, and while she did not make loud her pro fessions, yet she enjoyed each day her faith in Christ. The county has never lost a more noble, more useful, nor a more consecrated mother of Israel. The funeral services were conducted by Bro. Odie Penick on Thursday morn ing. Her six grown sons bore her to her last resting place in the beautiful little cemetery near the home she always loved, She is survived by six sons and two daughters: Joel H. Pile, Gilbert Pile, Wade Pile, Victor Pile, Homer Pile, Ova Pile and Mrs. Mollie Alexander, of Custer and Miss Eliza Pile, of Mook. fifty-nin- CHARMING DELEGATES- Miss Susette Sawyer And Miss Mildred Babbage Chosen To Represent Epworth League At Hopkinsville. Manual Training School, Louisville, and Breckinridge High School. Will play here. Teacher's examination at High school building Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Gus Shellman; Misses Blanche Smith, Sarah Dean Moorman, Carrie Walls, Ruth Klncheloe, and Margaret Peyton; Messrs. Jesse Klncheloe.Cleve Hendrick, Nathaniel Shellman, and T. L Smith, went to Louisville Saturday on the oxcursion. Atty. Allen R. Klncheloe was in Louisville last week. Miss Sperzel went to Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Lucretia Hensley and little Miss Eula Hensley Shaw have gone for a visit to Mr. Wilbur Hensley,Stanley. Mrs, Jas.Withere.Klrk.was the guest of Mrs. Eliza Taylor and Miss Bettle Taylor Monday. Mrs. Ola Hardin, Cabool, Mo., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Alexander, returned home Base-ball, Wilson fcpeiit Thursday In Louisville. Mrs. G E. Drury is in Vine Grove visiting her nuut, Mrs. Lucy Richard son. Mrs. S. T. Rice. Miss Iva Rice and Matter Alvin Rice went to Duudee Mouday lor a visit to Mrs. Sue Cum mins, later they will visit 0 W. Rice at Tar Fork Mrs. Bob Crlder and little Miss Ruth Crider returned Sunday morning from Glen Dean where a birthday reception was given on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Bettie Mattingly In honor of the first birthday of little "Miss Ruth." Call and let us show you our four burner Oil Cookers McGlothlan & Sou. The busiaess men of town and the School Improvement League held a conference Friday afternoon to formulate plaus for holding a mammoth barbecue here July 4th, the proceeds of which to be used for school improvements and equipment. Dr. P. W. Foote is now securing subscriptions for the building of the Pike. Since the continued season of bad weather and worse roads, the residents out tho proposed route are more enthusiastic on the subject of luads than they were last fall when the movement was first launched. One feature of the barbecue is to be an enthusiastic practical good roads speak er. Mr. Oscar Dowell, carrier on R.F.D. No, 1, was in Louisville Saturday inspecting automobiles with a view to securing one tor use on his route. Mrs. S. P, Parks and her guest, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, of Wayside, Miss., spent Saturday in Gustoti as guests of Mr, aud Mrs. Harry Bell. Mrs. Kate L, Bennett and Mrs. Jennie Calloway are in Pewee Valley as guests of their sister, Mrs. Arthur WIN en- The Cloverport Chaptor of the Epworth League honored Miss Susette Sawyer and Miss Mildred Babbage by Draw Big Crowds Every Show electing them delegates to the Annual Opera Conference of tho Epworth Leagues. Night - Cloverport The conference meets In Hopkinsville Extensive June 25 to 35 and Is expected to bo a House Enjoying great people. of Has Missgathering and young Mildred BabPoDularitv Sawyer Miss bage are constant and enthusiastic Met Its Rival. workers In the League here and will, no doubt, bring home a splendid report The Cloverport Opera House has of the conference. been enjoying a large patronage during the last month and every show night large crowds have beeu in attendance. PROCTORJCEITH The selection of films have been of good character and perfect order has been maintained by the proprietors, Perkins Has An Equipment & Burke. The music has been one of For His Monument Shop In the attractions of tho opera house. Miss Edmonson, Is the gifted pianolst, ac A Fine This companied by Eldred Babbage, cornet-er- j Lilbon Smith, violinist, nnd Owen Trade From Several CounBerry plays the drum. Posf-Office te City-Enjo- ying ties. C. II. 0, Monday. !! Capt. Rowland Better. The many friends of Capt. J. H, Rowland will be glad to learn that he is recovering his health. The place on his nose that has caused him much trouble during the last several months Is getting well. Commencement Exercises Tomorrow Evening At Tho Methodist ChurchBeautiful Program. Proctor Keith has Installed machinery in his monument shop in this city. His excellent workmanship and satisfactory methods have so increased his business, that machinery was necessary and he has a handsome equipment. Card of Thanks. The public is cordially invited to atWe express our deep gratitude for the tend the Cloverport High School exer- kindness aud sympathy shown us in cises tomorrow (Thursday) evening in our sorrow in the death of our mother. the Methodist church. Joseph B. DickMrs. Chas. Hammau, Llge, William ey, of Bowling Green, will deliver the and Larkln Gibson. address to the .graduates. State Dental Association. Appreciation That Counts. Dear Mr. Babbage: I wish you for the puff you gave my son. Bow-me- r, The Annual Meetingof the Kentucky State Dental Association to be held in Louisville May 37, 28, 2a, I9I2, promises to be of more than usual interest to the dentists of this and adjacent States on account of the numerous new methods and appliances which will be ex- Hums, Ask to see our line of royal steel hibited there. All ethical members of amel ware McGlothlan Sc Son. the profession are cordially invited. Lawrence Lynch Wants To Hear From Home. to thank I sure appreciate your style of encourage Find enclosed one dollar for ment. wtych please send the Breckenrldge News and Farm Journal to his address, Stanford Brashear, Irvington, Ky. Success to your paper. Mrs. S. J. Brashear, Frymlre, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find money order for 5O cents for six months subscription to the News. I have decided I can't do without tho Breckenrldge News as I like to hear how my friends and old acquaintances ar proYours very truly, gressing. Man, W. Va. Lawrence Lynch.. a (Continued from last week ) of Breckinridge county will hereafter wait on said Board of Supervisors while In session, properly keeping Hres, water and room clean and he shall be allowed a compensation of $2 00 per dy for his services. cal. On motion of O. A Wright seconded by S. II Dix the countj Judge Is authorized and directed to request the 1,015 80 State Board of Health to send nn experienced man to Cloverport and to Investigate the epidemic & Trust Co. for bond No. 20 now them and upon which there and interest thereon to seems to be a difference of opinions date of call to wit: April 0, among physicians as to what the dis1,015 83 mil ease Is, and he will take the matter up To the Honorable Court of Breckinonce, and said motion having carat ridge County, Kentucky. ried Is made tho order of this cour.. Tho undersigned, your commissioner seconded On motion of Justice Dix county, by Justice Whltttnghlll a sum not ex- and receiver of Breckinridge Kentucky, begs to make the following ceeding J150.OU is appropriated payablo out of the general expense fund of 1012 report of funds recolvcd since tho date levy, for the purpose of making neces- of his appointment and disbursement. sary repairs at tho county Poor House, OENERAL EXPENSE. and the poor house commissioner is di- 1011, Oct. 31. To amount re rected to oversee such repairs and he ceived of Wm. Ahl, Comwill use the labor of the poor house inmissioner and receiver of mates to such an extent as is practi01 $ county Moved and seconded 10. By amount paid Virgil Smith as per order of court I9II1 April 10. By amount paid Dcnnle Sheeran, sheriff, as per order of court.. I9II, April 11. By amount II. M. Beard, clerk, as per order of court 1911, April 13. By amount paid Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co., for bondNo.CO to and interest thereon date of call to wit: April 6, I9II I9II, April 27. By amount paid Bank of Hnrdinsburg I9II, April Ill 88 18 Bond No. 46, held by J. B. Gibson; Gdn., due Oct 8, '14 nos 20 25 00 Total amount outstanding unpaid J5.735 SO The above bonds bear Interest from date at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum payable annually, payable at The Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co,, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Sinking Fund Bonds outstanding and unpaid, as shown by report made by William Ahl, former Commissioner and Receiver. Bond No 3, held by Jno.Glb- son, due Feb. 28, '12 $1,000 00 Bond No. II, held by Mrs. Bertha McGary, due Mar. 30, '00 Bond No. 3OOOO Barnes, Bond No. Norton, Bond No. Gibson, ,held by Mary E. due Jan. 3, '07... , held by Isaac due Feb. 1 '07 , held by II. J. due Fob. 1, '06.... 500 00 500 00 500 00 that the sum of be and the same Is hereby appropriated paid out of the general expense fund of the levy of 1012 for the Jailor to ouy coal for the county. Came the Commissioners composed of Justices Wright and Dix to whom had been referred the report of the Commissioner for the railroad tax district and reported that they had exam-insthe same and found it correct; and the same is now confirmed and ordered to record. Upon motion of Justice Wright is ordered and directed to receive from the sheriff the sum of $3, 797.17 which Is the amount due said district from the sheriff for taxes for the year, I9I , as shown by said sheriff's settlement;and he is further ordered and directed to call for payment three bonds and pay the same. Thereupon came the said Commissioner and reported to the court that he had called for payment three bonds, to wit: Nos. I, 40 and 23, that interest chereon had ceased and that ho would pay the same immediately upon presentation. To the Honorable Judge of the Breckinridge County Court. The undersigned, your commissioner for the Kailroad Tax District of Breckinridge county respectfully submits the following report of the funds received and disbursed by him since the date of the Ct.i day of his last report, April, 1011. 1011, April (J. To amount in my hands as shown by last $200.00 d 1 to-wl- Breckinridge 1911, Dec. 32, By amount paid Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co. for Pal Uarn- er order 1912, Feb. G. By amount paid Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co. for coal for poor house 1912, Feb. 13. .By amount paid W. J. Hall for janitor service at Court House... 1912, Feb. 15. By amount paid Paul Compton for in- . 312 Total amount outstanding and unpaid $2,800 00 Some of the above mentioned bonds arc past duo and unpaid, but no demands have b:en made for payment by the holder. General Expense Bonds outsanding and unpaid. , held by Mrs. Bond No. A. M. Klncheloe ? 1,040 00 Bond No. , held by Mrs. J. 200 00 E. Klncheloe Bond No. , held by Bank of Hardlnsburg and Trust Co. 5 50 20 03 balance Bond No. 1,000 00 "A" held by Isaac 5OO 20 00 Norton Bond No. "B" held by C. H. Mattingly Bond No. 00 1,000 00 295 45 750 00 surance on poor house 11 7O "C" held by C. M. amount paid Lester Pool for work on Court House By amount I9I2, Mar. 15. paid J. C. Lewis for labor on Court House 1912, Mar. 15. By amount paid Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co for janitor's claim I9I2, Mar. 23. By amount paid J. C. Lewis for labor on Court House By balance on hand I9I2, Feb. I9. By paid J. B. Gibson on County Bond I9I2, Mar. 4 By paid F. R. Dowell for Court House I9I2, Mar. 5. By amount Interest amount for coal Heston Bond No. "D" held by H. T. Gibson 40 00 Bond No. "E" held by Misses Esther and Fannie Mc- 16 22 1 00 24 00 20 00 GOO 00 Garv Total amount outstanding $ 5,415 45 unpaid Recapitulation of Bonded indebtedness of Breckenridge county, Kentucky. Bridge Bonds outstanding and unpaid $ 5,735 SO Sinking Fund Bonds outstanding 2,800 00 General Expense Bonds outstanding 5,4 15 45 10 25 143 29 t: 312 01 BRIDUE FUND. settlement 1011, Dec. 20. 1,903 53 To amount received of Dennie Sheeran, 1,260 00 SherilT April 4. To interest received on S436.78 from July 1, 1011, to April 4,1012 1912, April 4. To interest over paid refunded by Bank ofHardlnsburg!c Trust Co. 1912, To amount received of Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and Receiver of $1,604 Breckinridge County 1911. Nov. 21. By amount paid for bond held by H.T. 500 Gibson 1911, Oct. 31. 82 00 10 00 Interest on same (bond celed) 1912, can15 55 60 00 Total CREDITS IqM, April 8. By amount paid salary of Commission- 0,238 53 Jan. 5. By amount paid Attica Bridge Co. for part payment on Town Creek Eridge I9I2, Feb. 2. By amount paid Mrs. Lucy Barnes, interest on county bond to Jan. 3, 1912 on hand 1,000 00 $13,981 2s Total indebtedness All of which is respectfully reported and submitted, this fifth day of April, I9I2. G. D. Shellman, Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county, Kentucky. On motion of Justice Payne.the county bond for $500.00 in Favor of H. T. Gibson, which had been paid by Commissioner and Receiver Shellman, was burned by Justice Wright in the presence of the court. Claim of H.M. Beard for making settlement for I9II taxes with the sheriff for the 150 00 $ various funds allowed Claim of A. R. Kincheloe assisting clerk in making settlement for 1911 taxes with sheriff for the various funds 25 00 ordered that G. D. Shell man, Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county, be and he is authorized to borrow the sum of $0,000 00 nt as low a rate of interest as possible in bonds of $500 00 to $1,000 00 payable twelve mouths after date, which he shall credit to his general expense nc count, and out of which he shall pay said indebtedness and this order being voted upon was carried and is made the order of this court. Came Andrew Driskell, County Superintendent of Public Schools, and presented his report, which was submitted to the Court and was examined nnd approved and ordered filed with tho county court clerk. It is ordered by the court thnt a statement of the financial conditions of the county nnd of the claims allowed against the county be published in the Fourth District Lender and the Breckenridge News under the former agreement of these two papers. Justice B. A. Whittlnghill places In nomination the name of C. M. Heston to act as poor house commissioner for the ensuing two years, which was seconded by Justice M. )'. Payne, and the vote being taken he was declared unanimously elected. Justice Geo, Harris placed in nomination the name of G D. Shellman to act as Commissioner and Receiver of Breck Inrldge county for the ensuing two yenrs which was seconded by Justice Qulggins and the motion being voted upon he was unanimously elected for said place for the ensuing two years conditioned on his giving a good and sufficient bond In the sum of f 10,000. On motion of M. P. Payne seconded by B. A. Whittlnghill, A. R. Klncheloe was placed in nomination for the position of Commissioner for the Railroad tax district and the vote being put he was unanimously elected to said place for the ensuing two years, conditioned upon his giving good and sufficient bond in the sum of 85,000. Minutes read and approved. At a Court continued and held in and for Breckenridge county at the Court house in Hardlnsburg on the Oth day of April, lgl5. Present Hon. L. L. Waggoner, Judge of the Breckenridge county court, with the following named G. A. Justices of the Peace, Wright, Geo. Harris, S. H. Dix, Matt P. Payne, D. J. Qulggins and B. A. Whittlnghill. The report of Pal Garner, Supervisor of Roads and Bridges for Breckenridge county was accepted and filed. Claim of Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company was $26 43 allowed The Justices of the peace were allowed for five days each $5,923 40 it is START YOUR VACATION FUND Young Boys! Business Women! Young Girls! Business Men! Every- body needs a change. Bosrin this week and start a fund to tnlco a nice trip Ihis sutunor or in tho fall. Go to Washington, Atlantic City or Now York and get a peep of our Great Country Get ready to have a week of pleasure- and iccrcation. Bank Account opens up Opportunities for a good time and Lays the Stepping stone to a Savings A Account. h THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburjr, Ky. DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Graduate ol .Indiana Veterinary College Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist All stock treated for all diseases. Phono in both residence and office. Oflico in Farmers' Bank Building. Get acquainted with my profession. All calls answered promptly. HARDINSBURG. KY. RURAL TELEPHONES . l' Mr. L armer, arc you interested ? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph flnmnnnv nnrl Vintrn Viitti nvnlnin fVift ujvutut TA,. "" Uu,,y ufs.u.u uuw cnntinl x.clmors Lino" rate. ""; u.. $ niiUDCDi inn TCiCDiinuc 0. tcichdadu nniiD.uv Sa5S (Incorporated.) BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months old-gones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 years old and some nice cattle. ood W. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardlnsburg, Ky, perday 3 00 Minutes read and approved and court adjourned finally. It would surprise you to know of the great good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., writes, "My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels give them a trial. For sale by All Dealers. The Kentucky farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE. KY. A Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: SO CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE er $ 50 00 Balance BACKACHE NOT A DISEASE Bui a Symptom, a Danger Signal Which Every Woman Should Heed. SINKING FUND. 1911, allowed Claim of John P. Haswell, Jr. salary as Commissioner for 20 00 R. R. Tax District I29 27 Claim of B. F. Beard & Co. 1,604 82 for engine repairs, allowed lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH $42,000 For One Book. THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey II to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and econom of Oct. 31. To amount received from Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and Receiver of Breckinridge County. 27. By interest I9II, paid on County Bond No. 43 It Miss Belle Green, librarian for Mr. J. Plerpont Morgan, of New York, has 37 75 recently purchased a Caxton Book for appearing that the Sheriff has over which she paid $42,000. Miss Green 5O 00 1,303 11 to Oct. S, 1911, to Norton By baluuce on hand Isaac 25 00 paid the general expense fund in the sum of $1,702.34; and the pauper fund in the sum of $564.9s; and the bridge fund in the sum of 83,191.17, and it further appearing that there is due the Attica Bridge Company the sum of J65 amounting on the whole to the sum of knows the complete history of the book, where it was printed, who made the type and ink, etc. She studied it in detail before she bought it at an auction in England. "Printing" she says, "Is the coming art for young women to study." I teal standpoint. FOR A LIMITED TIME 1,278 $1,303 11 11 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; u brick dust Stable For Wilson. The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND In renewing, State whether you want Tho Kentucky Farmer Backache is a symptom of organic RECAPITULATION. weakness or derangement. If you have neglect it. To get per- Balauce to credit General backache don't 8 M3 29 Expense manent relief you must reach the root of the trouble. Head about Mrs. Wood-all'- s Balance to credit bridge f iind 129 27 experience, Balance to credit sinking fund 1,273 11 Morton's Gap, Kentucky. "I suffered two years with female disorders, my Total balance on hand. $1,550 67 health was very bad Bridge bonds outstanding and unpaid. and I had a continual Bond No. 27, held iy Margabackache which was 500 00 ret A. Hook, due July 7, '10 simply awful. I could not stand on my feet Bond No. 20, held by Mrs. ' Alice 1v If long enough to cook 7, '12 Crawford, due July 5OO 00 a meal's victuals without my back Bond No 32, held by Mrs. nearly killing me, Bettic Nsrton, due July 7, ZJffJf'fBTt J II ' and I would have '11 500 00 such dragging sensa Bond K No. 33, hold by Mrs. tions I could hardly Margaret A. Hook, due Jubear it I had sore ly 7. '12 500 00 In each side, eould not stand tight ness clothing, nnd was irregular. I was com- Bond No. 31, hold by Mrs. pletely run down. On advice I took William Allen, due July 7, Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vegetable Com13 427 60 pound and urn enjoying good health. It Bond No. 40, held by J. B. is now more than two years and I have 500 00 Glbson.Gdn., due Oct.8, 112 not had an achu or pain since. I do all Bond No. 4 1, payable ta The my own work, washing nnd everything, Bank of Hardlnsburg & and never have backache any more. I think your medicine Is grand and I praise Trust Co. (name of holder unknown) due Oct. 8, '12.. It to all my neighbors. If you think my 500 00 testimony will help others you may pub- Bond No. 2, held by J. 11. lish it."-M- rs. Olub Woodall, MoGibson, Gdn., due Oct. 8, rton's Gap, Kentucky. '13 W? that I,j llu i:. Pliilc hum's Vcjwrta-bl- u If toLydiuE.PlnkhnmMcMllcluoCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter will ho opened, read and answered hy a woman, and held in strict confidence. you liavo tho slightest doubt Bond No. 43, held by Julius Compound will help you, writo Dutschke, due Oct; 8, '13.. Bond No. 4l held by Dutschke, duo Oct. Bond No. 45, held by Dutschke, due Oct. 5OO 00 500 00 600 00 COO Julius 8, 8, '13.. '14.. Julius 00 If Woodrotv Wilson should be nominated for President he would defeat either Taft or Roosevelt. We think It extremely doubtful whether any of the other candidates could do that. This Is tho reason we are for Wilson and we htp stringy or milky are not going to change our opinion appearance 01 icn indicates an un- because the majority of the Kentucky healthy condi- Democrats don't agree with us. tion of the kidNews. neys; too frequent desire to Post pass it or pain in mf Louisville Evening News and Breckenridge tlii back are also svmntoms that tell vou one venr ?3.50. the kidneys and bladder are cut of order and need attention. What To Do. Start A Collection. There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy, Quite the fad now to have a collecfulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, tionmakes no difference whether you liver, bladderundevery part of theurinary are rich or poor, start a collection. passage. Corrects inability to hold water One of New York's wealthy men has and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or started a collection of line tooth brushbeer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- es, anotuor a collection of marbles, cessity of being compelled to go often and one young lady has a collection of through the duy, and to get up ninny precious stones. times during the night. The mild and Suggestions for girls In ordinary cirimmediate effect of Swamp-Rois boon realized. It stands the highest be cumstances would be a collection of cause 01 usreinarKuuic handkorchlefs, spoons, towels, hosiery, health restoring proppins and bags. For men books, picterties. If you need a ures, guns, furniture, Jersey cows and medicine you should have the best. Sold by whatever appeals to your taste most. druggists in fifty-ceuuu iiuw i,iwiiju.w: sizes. For any itching skin trouble,' piles Vou may have a sample bottle sent free bymail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., eczoma, salt rheum, hives, itch, scald N. Y. Mention this paper and remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's bwamp-Roo- t, head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment and the address, liiuguamton, is highly recommended, 50c a box at N. Y., on every bottle. all stores. One Year, $1 2Send Subscriptions To Cloverport, Ky. will bo sent to Prompt paying and New Subscribers, both -- m,'' Wfl 'A fJfitffH$ Ellza-bethto- wn The Breckenridge News nil $3 vv t, For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; has been run about years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Una all necessary pipes, gasolino tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolino pump and a natural gas attachment. Reason for soiling ontiroly too largo for my purpose. For further information call on or addross ot i nt uiic-uou- ar Bing-hamto- n, JN0. D. BABBAGE, :: . Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone Ne, 46. CROSSES THE RIVER OF LIFE ';. r'-'-' '. Veteran Steamboat Man Called. than 5I years, having celebrated their Capt. Richard T. Williams golden wedding iu I9OO, surrounded by for that reason they requested that he hold his membership there winch he did up to his death, He wn unllod in mnrri ige April 3, I806 to Miss Patience Suddnrth, daughter of n prominent farmer of Perry county, Ind. Their wedded life lasting more We always sell the best for less Passes Away Seventy-Nino At The Age Of At the surviving tons and daughters anil grand-chlldrcu- JJfifflfiSI We always sell the best for less . H? t Years-Di- es Evansville. BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES TO U an'." 41 '. L f ew- - nge slenmboot mnn on the Ohio 'nnd Green livers, died tt his homo in Evansville, I ml., Monday uiorning,Mny 6, from the effect of n paralytic stroke suffered three years ngo. A few days ago well-know- Capt. Ricluird T. Williams n his condition became alarming and his relatives were notified nnd nil his intermediate family was present. lie leaves the following children, who were at the bedside: Thornn A. Williams, N. J. Jeff H., Florence, Mrs. Ella of Evansville; Mrs. E. D. Leg-le- r, Eddy, Texas; Mrs. J. II. Hlnes, of MorgAiitown; and brothers, John G. Williams, of Evansville, and Nelson Williams, of Princeton, Ind. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. B. E. Smith nnd Mrs. R. A. Hanness, of Connersvillo, Ind., who was not present on account of illnecs. Capt. Williams was born in Franklin county, Ind., April 26, IS33; his father and mother coming from Kentucky, entering a land claim. His father was one of the pioneer settlers of this section of Indiana, being a land owner and prosperous farmer. Capt. Williams being the oldest of six children, spent his boyhood days in helping his father clear and cultivate the farm which he did in summer and attending the meagre schools which were iu session about three months during the winter. He became a teacher in the district schools odd when he grew to manhood he the carpenter trade several years. Later he fjfccame a contractor and builder that led Ito the lumber business and he boufht woodlands in that section and rated saw mills also operated a flour being the only one in that country. shipping lumber to the market by river, Capt. Williams' interest turned to steamboat business and in IS84 he engaged in the Stephensport and Ow ensboroKy., packet business until I8S9 he entered a boat in the Evanaville and Green river trade, it being the first Green river boat under Government control. Before this a company had the river leased and operated their own boats. He was engaged iu this business until 0 few years ngo when he retired nnd turned his interest over to his sons, yho are ergnged in river traffic nt the present time with n Company in the Evansville nnd Bowling Green trade. He was one of the organizers and charter members of the Masonic Lodge it Alton, Ind., iu 1Sj4 and had gone through all the chairs of the lodge and Ed-gn- r, n, Wat-lingto- The funeral of Capt. Williams was conducted on the morning of May S at the family residence, 102? South Third street in Evansville, The room, which were literally filled with beautiful flowers, were crowded with the many friends of the late Captain. Mrs. Ben Thompson sang two selections, "Jesus Lover of My Soul," nnd "Rock of Ages," nt the special request of the family. Rev. W. B. Parmer, of Trinity M. E. church, mnde the address while EVnnsvtlle Lodge No. 01 of Masons were In charge of the services. Following the services nt the home the body wns interred in the family lot at Oak Hill cemetery nfter the services nt the grave. A Clearance Prices on Spring Suits policy of selling everything in season is accountable for this unusal-pric- e OUR on this season's best staple Tailored Suits. We intend to sell every suit, no matter what loss we sustain, and we figure it is better business to sell them at the time they will do our customers more good. Detailed description of the suits are not necessary, enough to say that the selection is sufficiently varied to suit every individual taste. Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulatos bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two month's treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. 1 Tired Mothers By May Riley Smith A little elbow leans upon your knee, Your tired knee that has so much to $7.50 $10.00 $15.00 FOR TAILORED SUITS formerly priced up to $14.95 FOR TAILORED SUITS formerly priced up to $14.75 FOR TAILORED SUITS formerly priced uplto $35.00 all-round M ml (WRJ child's dear eyes are looking lovingly From underneath a thatch of tangled hair. Perhaps you do not heed the velvet touch Of warm, moist fingers folding yours A bear; Without doubt the most stylish, best material and best suits ever offered at such sale prices and we have no doubt but they will soon be cleared. Don't delay in making your liS J this blessing overmuch You almost are too tired to pray tonight. But it is blessedness! A year ago I did not see It as I do today We are so dull and thankless, and too slow so tight; You do not prize To catch the sunshine 'till it slips away. And now it seems surpassing strango to me, That, while I wore the badge of motherhood, I did not kiss more oft' and tenderly .The little child that brought me only good. And If, some night when you sit down After making your purchases at our store, present the full amount of the Dili di uic i iciuaici ucoxv ciuu lCLcivc o jjci lciil uiacuuni ul IU uic I of your round trip railroad fare. amount 11 E By ! The Same Mistake Is Made Many Gloverport People. It's a common error To plaster the aching back, To rub with liniments, THE OLD RELIABLE to rest, You miss this elbow from your tired "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardul a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." E58 knee, This restless curling head from off your breast This lisping tongue that ' chatters constantly; If from your own the dimpled hands had slipped, And ne'er would nestle in your palm again; If the white feet into their grave had tripped, I could not blame you for your heartache then. I wonder so that mothers ever fret At little children clinging to their gown; Or that the footprints, when the days BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 rheumatic are wet, Are ever black enough to make them frown. If I could Take If And a little muddy boot, Or caps or jackets on my chamber floor, The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It Is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardul at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try It. Begin today. And hear it patter in my house once more. I could mend a broken cart today, If Tomorrow make a kite to reach the sky, I could kiss a rosy, restless foot, There is no woman In God's world could say She was more blissfully content than I. . joints, If the trouble comes from tho kidneys. It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pills. Here Is convincing proof of merit. Mrs. W. N.Bartlett. 620Trlplett St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "Several years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills and cannot say too much in their praise. For a long time I had nearly every symptom of kidney disease. My back ached terribly at night and I did not sleep well. During the day I was nervous and in bed all the time. My feet became swollen and I knew that I required a good remedy to cure me. I had often heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, so I procured a supply and began taking them as directed. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and they are the only remedy that I will ever use for kidney trouble. I can highly recommend them, as they lived up to the claims made for them." For sale by all dealers. Price CO n Co., Buffalo, cents. York, sole agents for the United New States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur- UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 3 YEARS Per Cent on Time Deposits Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. But ahl the dainty pillow next my own Is never rumpled by a shining head; THE TRADE AND METHODS My singing blrdllng from its nest has OF MR. EDELEN GREAT llown, k Allen S. Edelen, of Burgin, Ky., owner of beautiful Glenworth Farm, "Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the best recently sold the good three year old rcmbey for tho often fatal disease-cro- up. stallion Mount Arie Lad to O. C. Tays, It has been used with success of Wheeler, Miss. Mount Arte Lad is in our family for eight years." Mrs. tho two year old that Mack Hughes, of Danville, Ky , showed so successfully L. Whlteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. The little love I used to kiss is deadl This horse is sired by Montgomery Lawson, dam, by Blonde Squirrel. Mr. Edelen received $(iOO for this horso and when Mr. Tays got him home , he and his partner decided that the horse was worth just twice what ho cost them. Mr. Edelen certainly has a great trade in the South, lie never intentionally misrepresents any stock and satisfies a customer alHis ways when occasion arises. methods of doing business has been the means of his building up tho patronage ho now enjoys and deserves. Mr.Edolen has at the head of his excellent band of mares the celebrated Bohemian King 24IO, that in his three year old form at the Louisville Horse Show defeated the aged stallions, a feat accomplished by no other three year old except hlsslre,Bourbon King. Bohemian King is a rich chestnut with star and hind ankles white. lie i3 10 hands high and weighs 1,200 pounds. He has for his first dam Queen of Harrison, by Harrison Chief; second last yoar. of Bohemian King was by Bald Stockings, the first horse ever noticed to go Wool Day At Irvington the running walk which he transmitted Saturday, May 25, is wool day to his get. Bohemian King is certninly a sire of at Irvington. Farmers who want saddle and show horses, as has been to sell their wool for thq highest demonstrated everywhere his colts price Cash in hand arc cordially have been exhibited, and Mr. Edelen is fortunate in having him at the head invited to be on hand that day. I ot his stud. Farmers' Home Journal. will bo thoro with tho CASH. Poor appetite Is a sure sign of impaired digestion. A few doses of Father Was Neglected Champerlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your digestion At first David did not like to have his and improve your appetite. Thousands teeth brushed. His father said to him have been benefited by taking these one evening, when the Tablets. Sold by All Dealers. struggled more than usual agalust tho sanitary performance of his mother. A $43,000 Cattle Sale. "David, I wish my mamma, had brushed my teeth when I was a little Tho firm of Wntkins, Cnrrithers & boy. I would not havo lost any then. " ' "Don't you wish your mamma had Co., sold last week 500 head of fine 1,200 pound cattle at 7.25 and realized brushed your halrV" was David's rehandsomely on them. The total sale vengeful reply, with a look toward papa's bald head. Detroit News. amounted to over J.i3,000. They have several thousand yet on dam a daughter of Patcucn Chief by hand. Ellzabethtown News. Louisville Eveninc Post Matnhrlnn Patehen.the trreat trrandsirc and llreckenrldue News ne year ?3.s0. Subscribe Right Now. of Dan Patch 1:55. The third dam lo Nathan Ehrlich. three-year-ol- d $3.50 UT Vlliy IOII, 4thof July Barbecue4th Imrinifn Make your plans now for the Biggest Day, The Greatest Dinner, The Bzst Time of Your Life l'oTltll1"V liCUIUth THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAG1, Editor and Publisher Issued Evory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912 Subscription price SI. 00 ii yenr in ndvnncc. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, monoy in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please meeting all tho requirements of tho public and establishes tho "good will" among tho people that ho seeks. In speaking of advertising a business man said: "A newspaper advertisement can bo plnccd in every homo for ono per cent of tho cost of personal solicitation. It is read when pcoplo aro at their lcasurc.and in a mood to listen to what tho insurance man has to say." Mr. Dowcll litis gotten hold of the best way to "talk to tho public," so that ho convinces them of tho importance of insuranco without bothering them with tho usual insurance agent's lino of talk. WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber feet long; Dry preferred but will tako it green from tho saw, for which I will pay highest market prico. 1, 10, 12 and 14 20.000 Feet No. 1 Common li and 2 inches thick, CIRCUIT COURT. o Circuit Court convened at Hardinsburg Monday. Judgo presiding and Commonwealth's Attornoy J. R. Layman looking after the criminnl docket Judgo Sandidgo instructed tho grand jury. lie gave them some advico that ought to help them in thoir work. Tho Judgo is a very plain matter of fact man. He uses words San-didg- I carry a complete stock of BUILDING MATERIAL Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed and Foundation Stone, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, Window and Door Fraracsand other Planing Mill work mado to order. of wisdom and thought. Ho spcak'H from within and to the point. Ho knows evil doers and thoir actions. They havo no rights under tho notify us. law, ho says. Tho laws aro made to restrain them and protect tho rights of good citizens, and ho impressed tho jury as ho did those out side the panel that it was their sworn duty to sco that tho laws woro 1VILSOJT M THE LEAD Tho action of tho Democrats of tho states of Texas and South enforced. Tho Judge has presided over this Court boforo and is welCarolina last ucek.which insures "Woodrow Wilson the votes of thoso comed back by tho bar and the people. two states in the National convention, easily puts him in tho lead over Dear Subscriber Did Tou get our card? Wo aro looking for his opponents, which, from this time forward, he will maintain. Mr. an answer. It is very important to the success of our business that Clark's troubles seem to havo overtaken him. Whilo ho got a majority of the votes cast in tho Prcsidcntal primary in Massachusetts, these cards should havo prompt attention. the Foss delegates were successful, and they will likely vote for Mr. Things look a deal brighter in our oflico sinco we washed our Foss instead of Mr. Clark, as tho Roosevelt delegates from the same windows even if the chances for Woodrow Wilson carrying Kenfetato will do between Taft and Roosevelt, although Taft carried the tucky are not as bright as thoy might be. State. Notwithstanding Iowa joins Missouri, and Clark was. expected to Wo aro going to send our aeroplane over to Custer can't got """have the solid instructions from that fc'tnto, Wilson shows up strong over tho roads to see if thero is any truth in that trolley lino, so in the conventions held there and neither can claim a majority of the much talked of over there. delegates on instructions. It is probable that within tho next few days Gov. Wilson's handsome lead will be further augmented by the Theio'll be somebody "or hollering" down in Missouri before votes of New Jersey, the 24 votes of Virginia, the 34 votes of this Presidential affair is ended, They won't need any "show mo" Michigan, wheie a number of the county conventions have already either. been held, and the votes of Minnesota, North Carolina, New HampCol. Ben Johnson says every Democrat in the Fourth shire, and others. There is no doubt but that Wilson will also carry a large number of the districts in tho state of Ohio, where he is the is for Clark. Wo think Col. Ben is a little off in his estimate. only progressive candidate against Harmon. Thero is but little possiGov. McCreary says ho is for Clark and harmony why not bility of Clark making substantial gains to the vote already instructed Missouri have held their Wilson and harmony? for him, as his State and these adjoining conventions, and most of tho other states havo been assigned to Harmon or Underwood by the combine against Wilson. The followin bringing happiness to a humanity ing shows the relative votes of the candidates todate: FATHERBREY besides the scavenger work they do is of incalculable value to the farmer and Instructed for, pledged or favorable to Gov. Wilson: the gardner. Bowling Green News. 76 Pennsylvania 21 Wisconsin A Masterly Address At Delivers Shower For Miss Willett. 40 Texas Kentucky's Bethlehem At The 18 South Carolina. 10 Oregon Centennial Celebration April Mrs. George Edwin Hays, of Louis10 Oklahoma ville, has issued invitations to a miscel7 Maine 24th. laneous shower for Miss Wanda Willett, 0 Delaware of Shelbyville, who will be one of the o Illinois In keeping with the traditions of a June brides. The shower will be given 0 : Porto Rico from three to five o'clock, May 11, at 2-- 4 Concreting, Stono and Brick Work at tho lowest possible prices consistent with good workmanship and material. Prices and estimates on application. Citifno Mill Hallo. Carpentering, Painting, Plastering, MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Ky. SOLID AS At ROCK L A sflNNH W ' 1 &Rk l iTWmmmmmm SlllH Total Illinois Missouri Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska Maryland .. Colorado .... Maine Wisconsin Total Alabama Georgia Mississippi Florida Total Maine Wisconsin Nebraska : 19G Instructed for, pledged or favorable to Speaker Clark:, 50 30 10 20 12 12 10 1 Q 159 24 2G '. Instructed for, pledged or favoiable to Underwood: 20 12 82 4 3 4 Instructed for, pledged or favorable to Gov. Harmon: .7.. century of quiet and earnest work, the celebration of the Centennial of the Loretto Sisters at Bethlehem Academy, Saint John, Ky., was simple, yet probably as dignified and impressive as at any of the other houses of the ordei. The second feature was a masterly address by Rev. Father C. Brey, of Cloverport, mainly devoted to an historical review of the past eighty-twyears' history of Bethlehem Academy. The tribute of Father Brey was all the more valuable, since it served to collect together the little that has been recorded of the history of this vernerable house. The Bethlehem Sisters have lived true to the traditions inculcated by the pioneer Sisters who founded Bethlehem Academy and Convent and have been content to know that all their labors and sacrifices, unnoticed by the world, were recorded in the Book of Life. The Catholic Record. o CONSERVATISM! That is what our bank stands for, but we do not interpret conservatism, to mean that we FREEZE UP and have no money to accomodate our customers everytime a Httle financial fiurrv comes alonp. OUR CONSERVATISM enables us to do a safe, yet liberal banking business, and AT ALL TIMES to have money to meet any reasonable demand and assist worthy industries. We do not indulge in speculative enterprises; we are in the BANKING business. Financially .sound men of this community who are behind our bank make it SOLID AS A ROCK. Mrs. Hays' home in Louisville. byville News. Shel- 1 The Household Fairy. Have you .heard of the household fairy sweet, Who keeps the home so bright and neal? Who enters the rooms of boys and girls, And finds lost marbles or smooths out curls? Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50 000 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG Surplus $22,500 & TRUST CO., Resources $372,600 :: HardlRsburg, Ky. Who mends the rent in a girlie's frock, Or darns a hole in a tomboy's sock? If you don't believe it is true, I say You may search and find her this very day In your home. You must not look for a majden fair, With starry eyes and golden hair; Her hair may be threaded with silver Kray, I t- -i Look Out For The Birds. Every farmer in the county and every one ought to see to it that the birds are not disturbed in their hatching. A community or a county without birds is bereft of much of its brightness and happiness. Look after them a little and they will more than do their part HOE Total 11 Marshall has the 30 votes of Indiana, whilo Burke has the 10 votes of North Dakota. Total number of delegates in Democratic National convention, 1,094. But one glance of her eyes drives care away, And the touch of her hand is so soft and light When it smoothes, out a place for your head at night. If you know of some one just like this, My household fairy you cannot miss It's Mother. i "They're Off" Spring Race Meeting New Louisville Subrcribe Today! DC Now! Several weeks ago when Gov. Woodrow Wilson won an overwhelming victory over all opposition in Pennsylvania in tho primaries, certain newspapers in thoir headlines and comment emphatically stated that tho powerful Gully machine turned tho Keystone state's voto over to tho New Jorso' Governor. Tho News stated that this charge was contemptibly false, as both tho Gully and tho factions were supporting Mr. Wilson in an cfTort to "ride in" on tho strength of his popularity. Tho events of tho past few days proved tho correctness of tho News' statement. By a voto of 110 to 73 tho Gully crowd was beaten in tho organization of tho convontion, Gully was deposed from the state party leadership and yet tho name of Mr. Wilson was tho only ono presented to tho convontion, which named tho delegates from tho state at largo. Certain it is that had tho Gully adherents alone supported Mr. Wilson and had ho "turned over tho state," as was reported, tho victorious opposition to tho boss would huvo thrown their strength to some other Presidential candidate. Tho News was right when it said that both tho factions in Pennsylvania favored Wilson's candidacy. Had Gully and his followers seloly been for him, ho would not havo gotten tho delegates at E'town News. anti-Gutt- y -- DC 30E 30E Jockey Club $1,000 0 May 11 to 28, 1912 RREDUCEDA i: A Soda Fountain '" ' RECENTLY INSTALLED AT The IRVINGTON PHARMACY Irvington, Ky. to Refreshing Hnvo a good timo at homo; treat Ico Cream Soda Waters. 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MOOrewnra If returned to HAltltV IIAMMAN, C.overport, Ky. tf rjNB Leavenworth NEW YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICE'S What will be a lively ball came in the West Ena Park will be the one played between the Leans and Fats, KATEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday afternoon, May 21. The line-uis as follows: LEANS: Frank Plank, catcher! $ 2.J50 For Precinct and city Offices I 6.00 miliary Boone, pitcher; Jim Burke, For County Offices $ 15.00 f. b ; Chas. Burke, s. b.; Nelsc Quig-trinFor State and District Offices t. b.; Floyd Whitehouse, s, s ; 10 For Calls, per line 10 Wilbur Chapln, r. f.; Paul Lewis, c.f.; For Cards, per Hue Sam Furrow, I. f, Felix Jarboo and For All Publications in tbe interDwlght Randall, substitutes. of individuals or expression est 10 of individual views per line FATS: Sam Ramsey, catcher; Wm. Allen, Pitcher; Jim Seaton, f. b.;F.L. Lightfoot, s. b", L. Gregory, t. b.; F. Freeman, s. s.; C L Overton, r. f.; II. 1 L. Perkins, c. f.; R. O. Perkins, 1. f. LOCAL BREVITIES C. L. Fletcher and Banum Hayden, substitutes. 9RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES p For Sale Store House Houso and lot on tho Turnpike. Trlco 1275 cnili f.100 on time. Tor piirtlculurs write. J Ay. SaIII.IK, Cloverport, Ky. 515 It " MY Commencement ...FOR GIRLS... Fans, Parasols, Fan Chains, Fancy Collars, Silk Hose, Neck Chains, Belt Pins, Jewel Boxes, Comb and Sets, Manicure Sets, Books, Etc. SALU PHAETON Insurance. UltllEIMIro plmcton for stile Mm. II. I,. Nowsom. FOR SALE WHITE OAK TREES 1 Fire, Tornado, Plate s, While Oak trees not Including tie timber: from to IK miles from river Addiess W. S Annoy, Cloverport, Ky.3-S7-- tf inn j vJ Glass, Fidelity Bonds FOIl For Sale SAUK A 15 liorRo power stationery KiiKlne; Watklns nvikt. la Rood IlreckenrldRu News, Cloverport, Ky. ir. 1 8 ( Deeds, Mortgages und other Legal Papers written and nl! forms of acknowledgements taken. For Sale Cloverport. Ky. FOlt SALK legal Deeds, MortRaucs and nil kinds blankH. BreckenrldRO News, Fresh fish at Weisenberger's. Wm. Lynch, of Allen, Ky., was in town yesterday. Mrs. John A. Ross has returned home from Louisville. Miss Maud Simms, who has been ill of tuberculosis, is better. Fried fish served at all hours of the day at the English Kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. James Skillman, of Owensboro, were here Sunday. Miss Pearl Hall has been at her home near Hardinsburg for several days. Yewell Holder is expected home soon from St. Louis to spend eight days. June Lawson, of Lewisport, was the guest of Miss SusettilSawyer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fled Thurman, of Custer, have come lyfre to make their home. Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Louis- kyille Saturday tvisit Mr. and Mrs. Dan incan II Natio A died May the 2nd of the home of his uncle, J. M. O'Brien, of McQuady, went to Louisville Monday. William Martin, of Greenville, has been the guest of Miss Mamie De-Hav- Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. FOR THE BOYS 3 Ties, Silk Socks and Handkerchiefs 1 m to match, Watch Fobs, Cuff But-- 1 S tons, Stick Pins, Books, Shaving s m H Sets, Collar Bags. Another Compliment I j PENNANTS J. C. NOLTE & CLOVERPORT, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lishen and little daughter Marion Wallace, and Mrs. Fannie Tousey, of Louisville, are visiting here. Mrs. Frank Payne will be ' hostess to the Reading Club tomorrow afternoon. The members were entertained last week by Mrs. A. R. Fisher. John D. Babbage, Jr., will arrive homo from Nashville, Tenu., today to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage. Mrs, Myron Moorman, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hambleton and other relatives, has returned to her home in Louisville. Mrs. D.W. Fairleigh, of Louisville, went to St. Louis Saturday night to see her son, Geo. Du Relle Fairleigh, who is ill of rheumatism. She was accompanied by her son, J. Frank Fairleigh. Allen Pierce, of Henderson, spent Saturday evening at home. Mr. Pierce pndall left yesterday for a has been promoted to night ticket Fersallles, Lexington, and agent of the L. H. & St. L at that lOhio. place and is highly pleased with his E, Moorman, of Glen Dean, new office. jest of Miss Ray Lewis Iley- Mrs. Henry Pate entertained the evening. Missionary Society of the Baptist C. Hendrickson will leave church Tuesday afternoon. She was Chicago and other places assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Wave fsit relatives. Roff and Mrs. Rufas McCoy. The Lv Gregory will leave tomor- - members had a delightful time and had fickland, Ohio, to visit Mr. the pleasure of having with them their Geo. F. Dean. new pastor, the Rev. Mr. Cottrell and fl van Whitehouse, of Louisville, ivirs. iouren. "guest of her Mr. . Mrs. A. R. Fisher has received about Mrs. Robert Nicholas. eighty-fiv- e yards of carpet for the Hawkins and wife and little Methodist church. She says never a ave auirnter. Virginia, of Louisville, are yard is counted until the G5 cents comes jn for it. She has greatly enrisking relatives near Mattingiy. Mrs. Ed. McAfee, of Irvington, was joyed asking for and receiving the re Monday the guest of her mother amounts, particularly from the young men of the church who are away from her sister, Mrs. Henry Yeager. Iliss Gladys Simms came down last home. They have sent back sweet words of remembrance of the church bday from Louisville to visit her where they wore out several yards of ber, Charles Simms and family. carpet when they were small boys. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and son, Fran is Lee, of Louisville, are the guests of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bohler. C. H. Mrs. Charles Moorman, Jr., has re "turned to her home in Versailles after a Elected-Pr- of. 1912-1visit to her mother, Mrs. W. H. Bow- - For mer. Johns, Teacher Of BrandenCourtney Babbage, Sr., went to Louburg School, Chosen Pincipal. isville Monday afternoon for a visit to his sons, Hambleton and Charlie Prof. McCoy Assistant. Babbage. Jim Jackson, of Hawesville, was the The trustees of the Cloverport High guest of Miss Anne Hambleion, of SorSunday. She is visiting her sister, and Graded Schools have elected for gho, the ensueing year teachers as follows: Mrs. Charles Lightfoot. Prof. Johns,, formerly of Brandenburg teacher, as principal; and a Prof. Rufus McCoy, first assistant; Roscoe Laslie, Miss Margaret Wroe, Miss Eunice Jennings and Miss Ora Hendricks. grand-parent- s, know, is ill. We miss her bright face on the streets. Mrs. S. A. Bennett and Miss Lelnh Belle Hawkins attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Gibson at Cloverport Wed- What Bra. Cottrell Says: what, this is tho finest bakery in this pait of tho State. Your goods arc just fine, just fine! You have got Owensboro beat" BRO.l nesday. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, attended the Eastern Star Chapter here Tutsday night. Lionel Connor was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connor Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wagenest were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Payne Sunday. Mrs. Jas. Crawford returned home from Hot Springs last week. H. S. English, Sr., and little granddaughter, Elizabeth, returned home from Hopkinsville last week. Dr. Shively and family are in Owensboro this week. Miss Lena Payne and Miss Esther Payne attended the funeral of Mrs. Watlington at Union Star Monday. L J. Perkins returned to Louisville Saturday. Rev. F. R. Roberts, of Fordsville, was in town Monday. Mrs. Forest Beauchampis improving. A party was given at the home of Mrs. M. L. Roberts Thursday afternoon in honor of little Kheuelma Dow-el- l. They engaged in piecing quilt Henriblocks. Those present were: etta Shively, Alice Dix, Sarah Eliza Dix, Zelma Bell, Mattie Morris, Nannie Lee Gardner and Rheuelma Dowell. Cocoa and cake was served. Forty-tw- o blocks were pieced by their little "I toll you i I am yours as ever for and Health Clean Service 4 Louisville Market. Cattle market with heavy receipts lowered tho price I5 to 2." cents. Top and hogs $7. S,"). Hest spring laml.s Si cents. Merchantable white grease wool 20 and 25 cents. 7i Dates When Democrats Will Choose Delegates. sjEMies 3 Wat-kin- s well-kno- wn For Sale! In A Beautiful Home West Point, Ky. Card of Thanks. We want to express to our friends On River St., fronting the Ohio rivor; G nice lots, a frame house, largo, consisting of 8 rooms, two halls, front & back porches, the back ono being screened in; two largo cisterns, with wutor works up stairs and down; natural gas in tho houso. Bearing fruit trees, grapo vines, raspberries and strawborries. A good barn und good Beautiful shudo trees and good sidewalks. Tho property is within a few yards of tho sohool houso. For further particulars address out-house- and neighbors our deep appreciation for their kindness to us iu our recent trouble, the sad death of our baby, William Golden. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mattingiy. STEPHENSPORT Eastern Roberts Quilting Of Star Gives Party-Nineteen Meets-M- rs. Little Girls Items Interest. s. W, G. Hardaway, R. F. D. No. I Irving ton, Ky. here Sunday morning and Sunday night in the Baptist church. Mrs. F, C. Ferry and son, of Louis ville, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. E.II, Miller a few days last week. Prof. II. A. Ater was in town Satur day. Miss Ermine and Susie Warren, of Chenault, were in town last week. Little Sallle Bell, we are sorry to Rov. Wood preached May I4 Utah (convention) May I5 Michigan (convention) May 16 Maryland (convention) skillful hands. May 16 Iowa (convention) Edgar Lee Watlington, of Evansville, May 21 S. Carolina (convention) attended the funeral of his grand Ohio May 22 (primary) mother, Mrs. Watlington, Monday. May 23 Virginia (convention) Peyton Canary, Jr., went to Hender- New Jersey (primary) May 28 son Monday. May 23 Texas (convention) May 20 New Hats at Mrs. Payne's, Kentucky (convention) May 20 Georgia (convention) May 3I Parrish Live In Florida. Rhode Island (primary) South Dakota (primary) June 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H, Parrish and Ohio (convention) June adopted son, Philip, of Owensboro, V. Virginia (convention) June 6 were passengers on the east bound train Minnesota (convention) June 6 Tuesday morning enroute to Ilaiusville, Florida, where they will make their fuTh& Cruel Way ture home and where it is understood Mr. Parrish will go into tbe insurance Most of the methods of "breaking business. Mr. Parrish stepped from the train at Hawesville to greet some of his up" hens from setting are cruel, and friends, and still possessed his oldtitne tire and distress the innocent hens who are not to blame for their instinct. cheerful smile. Hawesville Clarion. The kindest way is the following: When it is necessary to stop the inSunday School Notice. clination, place the hen in a nice clean The Sunday School Convention will coop alone with fresh grass and all convene at Webster on the evening of the meat cut fine that she will eat. May 3I and convenes through June 1. The meat immediately increases the Program will be published next week. egg nourishment, and while the hen is Every school is urged to elect delegates having a really good time, she is fast next Sunday. preparing herself to commence laying IMPORTANT All schools are asked eggs. It will take but two or three to contribute n sum of three cents for days before she forgets all about seteach pupil and fifteen cents for each ting) having othei affairs to attend to. officer and teacher. District officers will furnish blanks to Reduced Rates. schools for reports so make your contri butions to the district convention. f 2.0S Louisville and return Account IMPORTANT That tho committee on entertainment have names of all International Order of King's daughdelegates who are coming to the even- ter and sou. Dates of sale: May U, 7, 8, and No. I42 I4O of May 0, 1013. Ueturn ing meeting. Webster is doing everything to mako limit, June 4. $2.;S Louisville and return, Account the convention a success and pleasure, of Presbyterian General Assembly T. B. Henderson, President. Church iu U. S. A. Dates of sale: May 13, 11, 15, aud trains No. I43 and 146 of May 16,20,21. Return limit, June 4, 1912. $2.g3, Louisville and return, Account MILLER BALL Spring Race Meotlug May lgl2. Dates of sale: May 10 aud 11, Return limit, May 20, 1012. Also dates of sale, May I3, I4, 15, 10, 17, 18, la, 2O, 21, 23, Livery, Feed and Sale 23,24,25,27, 28. 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J. 11-2- 8, The Company that gives all tho policy values tho first year. Tho Company that takes caro of its old policyholders. Vl'o havo tho policy and working of this company explained to you, call Bus Meets all Trains The Chinese populace to awaking to DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman, Hardinsburg, Ky. i The Leading Annual Dividend Company. Organized 1845 Hardinsburg, CZZIOCZ) : Ky. O O O CZIOEZD the solemn fact that it takes more than lo establish a rea unanimous hair-cpublic on a practical basis, Washing ton Star. ut ' j'..jji. or a good cry according to their must have given them a good laugn, na- if 4ml i PTTOTPT HUrrHPS z? j .mmrwy mVlWED FROM MME. TflE GOrtEDY OF TflE SAME T T T THE PLAY AS PRODUCED JIENKV W. SAVAGE- -. CHAPTER VI. lUMSTRATEiy ERQM. PrtOTOG2AJPH3 OK A Conspiracy In Satin. Tho tall man emptied one hnnd of Its eultcaso to clnsp tho hnnd tho newcomer granted him. Ho held It fast 08 ho exclaimed: "Don't tell mo that you nro bound for Reno!" She whimpered: "I'm nfrnld so, Mr. Ashton." He put down everything to take her other hand, and tuned his volco to condolence: "Why, I thought you and Sam Whltcomb were " "Oh, wc were until that shameless Mrs. Wellington" "Mrs. Wellington? "Delicious!" gushed Mrs. WhltcomD. "But you ought to havo somo rlco and old shoes." "Hero's tho rice," said Hudson. "Here's the old shoes," said Shaw. "Lovely!" cried Mrs. Whltcomb, but then sho grew soberer. "I should think, though, that they tho young couple would havo preferred a stateroom." "Of course," said Hudson, almost blushing, "but It was taken. This was the best wo could do for them." "That's why wo want to make It said Shaw. "Pernice and haps you could help us a woman's bride-like,- " Don't bellovo I know her." "I thought everybody had heard of Mrs. Jlmmle Wellington." "Mrs. Jlmmle oh, yes, I've heard or her!" Everybody seemed to have heard of Mrs. Jlmmlo Wellington. "What a dance sho has led her poor husband 1" Mrs. Whltcomb said. "And my poor Sammy fell into her trap, too." Ashton, zealous comforter, took a wrathful tono: "I always thought your husband was the most unmitigated" But Mrs. Whltcomb bridled at once. "How daro you criticize Sammy! He's tho nicest boy in the world." Ashton recovered quickly. "That's what I started to say. Will he contest the divorce?" "Of courso not," sho beamed. "The dear fellow would never deny mo anything. Sammy offered to get It himself, but I told him he'd better stay in Chicago and stick to business. I shall need such a lot of alimony." "Too bad ho couldn't have come along," Ashton Insinuated. But tho irony was wasted, for she sighed: "Yes, I shall miss him terribly. But wc feared that If ho were "with me it might hamper me in getting a divorce on tho ground of, desertion." She was trying to look earnest and thoughtful and heartbroken, but the Tesult was hardly plausible, for Mrs. Sammy Whltcomb could not possibly havo been really earnest or really thoughtful; and her heart was quite too elastic to break. She proved it Instantly, for when sho heard behind her tho voice of a young man asking her to let him pass, sho turned to protest, hut seeing that he was a handsome young man, her starch was changed to sugar. And she rewarded his good looks with a smile, as bo rewarded hers with another. Then Ashton Intervened like a dog in the manger and dragged her off to her seat, leaving tho young man to exclaim: "Some tamarind, that!" Another young man nehind him growled: "Cut out the tamarinds and get to business. Mallory will bo hero any minute." "I hato to think what he'll do to us when ho seos what we've dono to him." "Oh, ho won't dare to fight In tho presence of his little brldey-wldeDo you see the porter in thero?" "Yes, suppose he objects." "Well, wo have the tickets. "We'll claim it's our section till Mallory and Mrs. Mallory come." They moved on into the car, whero tho porter confronted them. When ho Baw that they were loaded with bundles of all shapes and sizes, ho waved them away with scorn: "Tho emigrant sleepa runs only Toosdays and Thuzzdays." Prom behind tho first mass of packages came a brisk military answer: "You black hound! About face forward march! Section number one." The porter retreated down tho alslo, apologizing glibly. '"Scuso me for questioning' you, but youall's baggage looked kind o' eccentric at first" Tho two young men dumped their parcels on tho seats and began to unwrap them hastily. "If Mallory catches us, ho'll kill us," said Lleutennnt Shaw. Lieutenant Hudson only laughed and drew out a long streamer of white satin ribbon. Its glimmer, and tho glimmering eyes of tho young man excited Mrs. Whltcomb bo much that after a littlo sho moved forward, followed by tho Jealous Ashton. "Oh, what's up?" sho ventured. "It looks llko something bridal." "Talk about womanly Intuition!" Bald Lieutenant Hudson, with an ingratiating salaam. And then thoy oxplalned to her that tholr classmato at West Point, bolng ordorod suddonly to tho Philippines, had arranged toolopowlth his beloved Marjorlo Nowton; had askod them to get tho tickota and check the baggage whllo ho stopped at a minister's to "got spliced and hiko for Manila by this train." Having recounted this plan In tho full belief that it was ovon at that moment being carried out successfully, Lieutenant Hudson, with a ghoulish emllo, oxplalned: "Being- old friends of tho brido and groom, wo want to fix their section up in style and make thom truly hcsl-tanc- o - "Oh, I'd lovo to," sho glowed, hastening into tho section among tho young men and the bundles. Tho unusual stir attracted tho porter's suspicions. Ho camo forward with a look of authority; "'Scuso me, but wha what's all this?" "Vanish get out," said Hudson, poking a coin at him. As ho turned to obey, Mrs. Whltcomb checked him with: "Oh, Porter, could you get us a hammer and some nails?" Tho porter almost blanched: "Good Lawd, Miss, you ain't nllowln' to drive nails in that woodwork, is you?" That woodwork was to him what tho altar is to tho priest. But Hudson, resorting to heroic measures, hypnotized him with a bill: "Here, take this and sec nothing, hear nothing, say nothing." Tho porter caressed it and chuckled: "I'm blind, deaf and speechless." He turned away, only to come back at onco with a timid "'Scuso me!" "You hero yet?" growled Hudson. Anxiously the porter pleaded: "I just want to ast ono question. Is you all flxin' up for a bridal couple?" "Foolish question, number eight said Shaw. "Anmillion, swer, no, wo are." The porter's face glistened like fresh stove polish as ho gloated over tho prospect. "I tell you, It'll be mahty refreshln to have a bridal couple on Reno train don't bode! This dog-ocarry nothln' much but divorcees. I'm just nachally hongry for a bridal couple." came a voice, "Brilo llko an echo that had somehow intoxicated in transit. It was Littlo Jlmmlo Wellington looking for more sympathy. "Whass zls aboul brilo couple?" "Why, here's Little Buttercup!" sang out young Hudson, looking at him in amazed amusement. "Did I un'stan' somebody say you're preparing for brlle coupl'?" Lieutenant Shaw grinned. "I don't know what you understood, but that's what we're doing." Immediately Wellington's great face began to churn and work like a big eddy in a river. Suddenly ho was weeping. "Excuso these tears, but I once I was onco a myself." "Ho looks like a whole wedding party," was Ashton's only comment on the copious grief. It was poor Wellington's fato to hunt as vainly for sympathy as Diogenes for honesty. The decorators either ignored him or shunted bim aside. They were interested in a strango contrivance of ribbons and a box that Shaw produced. "That," Hudson explained, "Is a littlo rice trap. Wo hang that up there and when tho bridal couplo sit down biff! a Bhower of rlco all over them. It's bad. eh?" Everybody agreed that it was a happy thought, and even Jlmmlo Wellington, llko a great baby, bounding from tears to laughter on tho instant, was chortling: "Arlshotrap? That's abslootly Bplendid greates' invensh modern times. I must stick around and Beo her when sho flops." And then ho lurched forward llko a elephant. "Lot mo help you." Mrs. Whltcomb, who had now mounted a step ladder and poised herself as gracefully as possible, shrieked with alarm, as sho saw Wellington's bulk rolling toward her frail support. If Hudson and Shw had not been football veterans at West Point and had not known just what to do when tho center rush comes bucking the line, thoy could never havo blocked that flying wedge. But they checked backward him and impelled him through his own curtains into his own borth. Finding hlmsolf on his back, ho decided to romaln there. And thero ho romulnod, oblivious of tho carnival preparations going on just outsldo his canopy. two-dolla- touch" r forty-three,- " tures. Hero wcro Mallory and Mnrjorlc, still merely engaged, bitterly regretting their Inability to get mnrried nnd to continue their Journey together. There in tho car wcro tho giggling conspirators preparing a bridal mockery for their sweet confusion. Then the nngcls might havo nudged one another nnd said: "Oh, it's nil right now. There goes tho minister hurrying to their very car. Mallory haB the llccnso In his pocket, nnd hero comes tho parson. Hoorny!" And then tho nngellc cheer must have died out ns tho ono great hurrah Is quenched of n crowded In nlr when tho homo team's vitally needed home run Bwcrvcs outsldo tho lino and drops useless as a stupid foul ball. In n shabby old hack, wcro two of tho happiest runaways that ever sought a train. They were not miserable llko tho young couplo In tho They wero both. They had been married for thirty years. Yet this was their real honeymoon, their real elopement. Tho littlo woman In tho timid gray bonnet clapped her hands and Uttered llko a schoolgirl. "Oh, Walter, I can't bellovo we're really going to leave Ypsllantl for a while. Oh, but ym'vo earned It after thirty years of being a preacher." "Hush. Don't let me hear you Bay tho awful word," said tho littlo old man In tho little black hat and the black bib. "I'm so tired of it, Sally, I don't want anybody on tho train to know it." "They can't help guessing it, with your collar buttoned behind." And then tho amazing minister actually dared to say, "Hero's whore I change It around." What's more, ho actually did It. Actually took off his collar and buttoned It to the front. The old carriage seemed almost to rock with the earthquako of tho deed. "Why, Walter Temple!" his wife exclaimed. "What would they say in Ypsllantl?" "They'll never know," ho answered, defiantly. "But your bib?" she said. "I've thought of that, too," ho cried, as he whipped it off and stuffed it into a handbag. "Look, what I've bought." And he dangled before her startled eyes a long affair which tho Budden relight from a passing lamp-pos- t vealed to bo nothing less than a flaring red tie. Tho old lady touched it to make sure sho was not dreaming It. Then, omitting further parley with fate, sho snatched it away, put it round his neck, and, since her arms were embracing him, kissed him twice before she knotted the ribbon into a flaming bow. Sho sat back and regarded tho ball-groun- taxi-ca- b. white-haire- d close-fittin- g n M$j 3 coup-hic-le?- " zhent-tleme- Mrs. Walter Temple. vision a moment, then flung her arms round him and hugged, him till he gasped: "Watch out watch out Don't crush my cigars." "Cigars! Cigars!" sho echoed, in a dazo. And then tho astounding produced them In proof. husband flvo "Genuine Lillian centB straight." Russells CHAPTER VII. The Masked Minister. Being an ungol must havo this great advnntago at least, that ono may Bit in tho grandstand overlooking tho earth and enjoy tho ludicrous blunder of that great blind man's buff wo call life. This night, if any angels wcro watchlni: Chicago, the Mallory mix-up "But I never saw you Bmoke." "Haven't taken a puff since I was a young fellow," ho grinned, wagging his head. "But now It's my vacation, and I'm going to smoko up." Sho squeezed his hand with an earlier ardor: "Now you'ro tho old Walter Templo I used to know." "Sally," ho said, "I've been traveling through llfo on a ticket. Now I'm going to havo my littlo fling. And you braco up, too, and bo tho old Sally I used to know. Aren't you glad to bo away from thoso sowing clrclos and gossip-beeand " "Ugh Don't over mention them," sho shuddered. Then sho, too, felt a tlngo of recurring springtide. "If you start to smoking, I think I'll tako up flirting onco more." Ho pinched her cheek and laughed. "As tho saying is, go as far as you o and I'll leavo tho coast clear." Ho kept his promise, too, for thoy wero no sooner on tho train and snugly bestowed in section Ave, than ho half-faro mis-chiovos, I do-Bir- you." "What kind of a woman?" Of course you use an antiseptic in your 'Tho hideous kind that men call family and in tho caro of your own per- hnndsomo." son, and you want tho best. "Oh, ain't thoy hideous, them Instead of what you havo been using women?" Buch ns liquid or tablet antiseptics or "Well, If such a woman asks for peroxide, won't you please try I'axtlne, a concentrated nntlscptlc powder to bo Mrs. Fosdlck sho's my husband's first wifo but of course that doesn't dissolved in water as needed. Paxtlno in moro economical, moro interest you." cleansing, moro germicidal and moro "No'm yes'm." healing than anything you ever used. "If sho comes tell hor toll nor oh, what shall wo tell hor?" Tho portor rubbed his thick skull: "Lcmmo seo wo might say you I tell you what wo'll tell her: wo'll tell her you took tho train for Now York; ANTISEPTIC nnd if sho runs mighty fast sho can whiten In tlio toilet to clcanso and prevent Just about ketch It." tho teeth, remove tartar and "Fino, flno!" And sho rewarded decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy germs, nnd purify tho brcnth. his genius with another coin. "And, dlseaso To keep artificial teeth nnd brldgcwork porter." Ho had not budged. "Porclean nnd odorless. To remove nlcotlno ter, if a very handsomo man with from tho teeth and purify tho brenth luscious oyes and a soulful smllo asks after smoking. To crndlcato pcrsolra-tlo- n for me " odors by sponge bathing. Til th'ow him off tho train!" As ft medicinal ngent for local "Oh, no no! that's my husband treatment of fcmlnlno ills where pelvic catarrh, inflammation and ulceration my present husband You may let exist, nothing equals hot douches of him in. Now is it all perfectly clear, Paxtinc. For ten years tho Lydla E. porter?" Pinkham Med. Co. has been regularly "Oh, yassum, clear as clear." Thus advising their patients to use it because guaranteed she entered tho stateroom, cleansing, healing of Its extraordinary and germicidal power. For this pur- leaving tho porter alono with his probalono Paxtlno is worth Its weight lem. Ho tried to work it out in a ftoso mumble: "Lommo seo! Also for nasal catarrh, sore throat, Inflamed eyes, cuts and woands. If your present husband'B absent wifo All druggists, 25 nnd BO cents a box gits on bodo disguised as a handsomo Trial box and testimony of 31 hideous woman I'm to throw him women free on request. her off tho train nnd lot her him THE PAXTONTOILETCO., Boton,Ma como in oh, ynssum, you may rely on mo." Ho bowed nnd held out his was up ana da. "Where are you going?" Bho aBked. hand. But sho was gone. Ho shuffled on Into tho car. ho "To tho smoking-room,Ho had hardly left tho littlo spaco brandishing a dangerous lookbefore tho stateroom when a handing cigar. somo man with luscious eyes, but "Oh, Walter," sho snickered, "I feel without nny smllo nt all, camo slinklike a young runaway." ing along the corridor and tapped "You look llko one. Bo careful not cautiously on tho door. Silence alono to let nnybody know that you'ro a" answered him at flrst, then when ho ho lowered his volco "an old preachhad rapped again, ho heard a mufer's wife." fled: "I'm as ashamed of it as you are," "Go away. I'm not In." sho whispered. Then ho threw her a Ho put his lips closo nnd softly kiss and a wink. Sho threw him a kiss called: "Edith!" and winked too. And ho went along At this Sesame tho door opened a tho aisle eyeing his cigar gloatingly! trifle, but when ho tried to enter, a lightAs he entered the smoking-room- , hand thrust him back and a volco ed the weed and blow out a great puff again warned him off. "You musn't with a sigh of rapture, who could have como in." taken him, with his feet cocked up, "But I'm your husband." and his red tio raklshly askew, for a "That's Just why you musn't come minister? In." Tho door opened a little wider And Sally herself was busy disguis- to give him a view of a down-cas- t ing herself, loosening up her hair beauty moaning: smiling the primness out "Oh, Arthur, I'm bo afraid." of the Bet corners of her mouth and "Afraid?" ho sniffed. "With your even let the truth be told at all costs husband here?" puff even passing a 'That's tho trouble, Arthur. What over her pale cheeks with guilty If your former wifo should And us together?" Thus arrayed sho was soon joining "But she and I are divorced." "In somo states, yes but other the conspirators bedecking tho bower for the expected bride and groom. Sho states don't acknowledge tho divorce. was the youngest and most mischiev- That former wifo of yours is a liend ous of tho lot. She felt herself a brido to pursue us this way." "Sho's no worse than your former again, and vowed to protect this timid littlo wife to come from too much hi- husband. He's pursuing us, too. My larity at tho hands of tho conspirators. divorce was as good as yours, my dear." "Yes, and no bettor." CHAPTER VIII. Tho angels looking on might have Judged from tho ready tempers of tho A Mixed Pickle. Mr3. Whltcomb had almost blushed newly married and not entirely unwhen sho had murmured to Lieuten- married twain that their new alliance promised to bo as exciting as their ant Hudson: Perhaps tho man "I should think tho young couplo previous estates. subtly felt tho presenco of thoso eterwould havo preferred a stateroom." And Mr. Hudson had flinched a lit- nal eavesdroppers, for ho tried to end l in tho corridor with an tho tle as ho explained: appeasing caress and a tender ap"Yes, of course. Wo tried to get it, peal: "But lot's not start our honeybut it was gone." It was during tho excitement over moon with a quarrel." His partial wifo returned tho caress tho decoration of tho bridal section, slipped in and tried to explain: "I'm not quarthat tho Btateroom-tenantreling with you, dear heart, but with unobserved. Why, oh, camo a fluttering woman tho horrid divorce laws. First why did wo ever interfere with whose youthful beauty had a certain huo of experience, saddening and them?" Ho made a bravo effort with: "Wo wlserlng. Tho porter brought her In two unhappy marriages, Edith, from tho led her to ended to make ono happy one." tho stateroom's concave door and "But I'm so unhappy, Arthur, and passed in with her luggage. But sho lingered without, a Perl at tho gate bo afraid" He seemed a trifle afraid himself of Paradise. When tho porter reand his gaze was askanco as ho turned to bow her In, sho shivered and urged: "But tho train will start soon, hesitated, and then demanded: Edith and then wo shall bo safe." "Oh, porter, aro you sure there's noMrs. Fosdlck had a genius for Inbody else in there?" venting unpleasant possibilities. "But Tho porter chuckled, but humored what if your former wifo or my forher panic. mer husband should nave a detectlvo "I ain't seen nobody. Shall I look on board?" under the Beat?" "A detectlvo? poof!" Ho snapped To his dismay, sho nodded her head his fingers in bravado. "You aro with violently. Ho rolled Wb eyes in won- your husband, aren't you?" derment, but returned to tho state"In Illinois, yes," she admitted, room, made a pretense of examination, very dolefully. "But when wo como nnd camo back with a face full of re- to Iowa, I'm a bigamist, and when assurance. "No'm, they's nobody we como to Nebraska, you'ro a bigathoro. Take a mighty small-sizburmist, and when wo como to Wyoming, glar to squeeze unda that bald er we're not married at all." berth. No'm, nobody there." It was certainly a tangled web they "Oh!" had woven, but a ray of light shot The gasp was so equivocal that ho through it into his bewildered soul. made bold to ask: "But wo'ro nil right In Utah. Come, "1b you pleased or disappointed?" dearest." Tho mysterious young woman was Ho took hor by tho elbow to escort too much agitated to rebuke tho impuher Into tholr sanctuary, but still sho dence. Sho morely sighed: "Oh, por- hung back. ter, I'm so anxious." "On ono condition, Arthur that "I'm not now," ho muttered, for you leavo mo as soon as wo cross tho sho handed him a coin. Iowa stato lino, and not como back "Porter, havo you seen anybody on till wo got to Utah. Remember, tho board that looks suspicious?" Iowa Btato lino!" "Evvabody looks suspicious to me, g "Oh, all right," bo smiled. And MIsBy. But what was you expecting tho portor, beckoned him closo especial?" and asked with caroloss indifference: "Oh, porter, havo you seen anybody "Oh, porter, what time do wo reach that looks liko a detectlvo in tho Iowa stato lino?" in tho mawnlng, "Two llfty-llv"Well, they's ono man looks 'a if ho Bah." was disguised as u balloon, but I don't a. m.?" tho wretch "Two flfty-llvbellovo he's no exclaimed. "Well, if you boo anybody that looks a. m., yassah," tho Two llko a detectlvo and ho asks for Mrs. porter repeated, nnd wondered why Fosdlck" this oxcorpt from tho "Mrs. should oxort such a dramatic effect "Mrs. Fosdickl You tell him I'm not on tho luBclous-oyoFosdlck. on board." And sho gavo him another Ho had small time to meditate tho coin. puzzle, for the train was about to bo "Yassum," said tho portor, linger- launched upon its long voyage. He ing willingly on such fertile soil. "I'll went out to the platform, nnd watched tell him Mrs. Fosdlck done give me a couple making that way. Aa their her word she wasn't on bode." nnix luzzaca waa a diuriUa&kai ba nun. "Yeal and If a woman should auk Continued on Page 7 For Women Who Care CHURCH DIRECTORY Clovorport Churches Baptist Church Hnptlst Sunday School. 0:30 n. m. 0. K. LlRhtfoot, Superintendent. I'rnycr Meeting Wednesday 790 p.m. Haptlst Aid Soelety Society meets Monday nttcr Second Sunday, over; month, Mrs. A. II. Sklllman, President Trenching every Second and Fourth Sunday. band-som- o I Iter. K. 0. Cottrell, Pastor. flethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School. 0:30a. m. Ira D. Preaching every nolicn. Superintendent. Sunday nt il a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Frank Lewi Taster. I'rnyer rneetlnu Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Tpwortli League. reRulnnervlcoBunday (WS p, m: business meeting flrst Tuesday niffht cncli month. Mls Mnrgarito Hum, President. Ladles' Aid Foclcty meets first Monday each month .Mrs. Forrest Llghttoot, President. Ladles' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs. Virgil llaitbnso. President. Choir practlco Friday nlglit 7:20, A, II. Murray. Director. Presbyterian Church I'reshyterlnn Bundny School Di45 a. m. Conrad Slppel, Superintendent. Trenching every Third Sunday, Iter, Adair. Minister, rrayormectlrg Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Ladles Aid Society meets Wednesday nftcr Third Sunday every month, Mrs Chat. Snttcrfleld, President. - Catholic Church First Sundny of each month. Mass, Sermon, nnd Ilencdlctlon, 0:00 a. m., other three Sundays nt a. m. On week days Mass at 7:00 n. m. Catechetical Instruction for tho children on Saturdays at 8:30 a. m., und on Sundays nt 0 :30 a. m. nnd 2 :30 p. m. 10-1- scmi-audlbl- o DR. H. " swag-gore- d, Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to J. BOONEfU, Permanent Dentist Street 5 p. m. Cloverport, Ky. Dr.W.B-TAYLOR ..Permanent.. DflPUst Irvington, Kentucky LR 66 YEARS' PF.RIENCE pink-powdere- d n. Anyono sending a sketch and . Quickly ascertain our opinion frco itE Invention Is probably patentable Ccl HANDBOOK o- TtlonsBtrlctlyconUdentlal. . sent free. Oldest neency for securing! CV 1'ntonts taken through Jluim & Ci tvtcial notice, without cbargo. In tho TradeI DESii COPYRIGr22 descri" m " Scientific flmeric I.J A handsomely Illustrated weekly. dilation of any scientific Journul. 1 tiservn year: four months, fl. Bold by all ncCno(jate MUNN & Co.3G,Broadwa'' Ne llrouch Oinco, C25 F SUWashlngloiijineSS, our 'rnand Send Them To Bed With O aty-- - love-due- s . station-platfor- mothers so weary, discouraged, Worn out with the cares of the dai You often grow cross and impatient, Complain of the noise and the play; For tho day brings so many vexation So many things troiny amiss; But, mothers, whatever may vex yoi. Send the children to bed with a kis .1 ri. fU ucai 1t.l.l .met wunaer uiten, & u luc l. Perhaps, from tho pathway of rk'ii The dear little hands And new mischiA To try you from morning till night; But think of the desolate mothers wno-give an tne world lor youn bliss, And, as thanks for your infinite blessings, Send the children to bed with a kiss. For somo day their noise will not vex J-.1 you, The silence will hurt you far more; You will long for the sweet children's voices, For a sweet, childish face at the door; And to press a child's face to your bosom, e You'd eive all the world for just this; For the comfort 'twill bring you in sorrow, Send the children to bed with a kiss. Florence Jones Hadley. Contributed by Mrs. Francis Marlon Smith. 4ji You judge a man not by what he promises to do, but by what he has done. That is the only true test. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged by this standard has no superior. People everywhere speak of it in the highest terms of praise. For sale by all dealers. Love In The Home - seo-in- ?" o o sloocli-hound.- " Ofty-flv- o tlme-tabl- o What-dick?- " d "Don't worry so much about getting nice furniture as about making happiness for your husband, because the finest ornament of a home is love." That is what a mother wrote to her only daughter, who had gotten married and gone away to another state to reside. It was wise advice. Some women are wild to have their house beautiful, but they take little pains to have it an abode of allectlon, They desire velvet carpets, lace curtains, oil paintings, and other costly decorations, but they forget that prisons might have these things and still be prisons, but that where love is, there Is heaven. And every home should be heaven on earth. --Ex, ( Lx ji'u AW EXCUSE ME! Novelized from (he Comedy of the Same Name By Rupert ILLUSTRATED Huhea ( i Trom Pholelraplii of (he Play a Produced By Iltnry W. Saval u 4 IiT5Se"d copyright, ltrn, by ii. k. nr oo. that they wero simply como to good-bye- V. V1 it bid somo of his pnssengcrB No tips wero to be expected from fiuch transients, bo ho allowed them to help themselves up tho steps. Mallory and. his Marjorlo hnd tried to kiss tho farewell or farewells half a dozen times, but sho could not let him go at tho gate. Sho asked tho guard to let hor through, and her beauty was bribe enough. Again and again, sho and Mallory paused. Ho wanted to tako hor back to tho taxlcab, but sho would not bo so dismissed. Sho must spend tho last availablo second with him. "I'll go as far as tho steps of tho car," sho said. When they wero arrived there, two porters, a sleeping car conductor and Bevoral smoking saunterers profaned me tryst. So sho whispered that sho would come aboard, for the corridor would be a quiet lane for the last rites. And now that he bad her actually on tho train, Mallory's whole soul against letting her go. Tho " vision of hor standing on the platand lorn, while the form train swept him off Into space was unendurable. Ho shut his eyes against it, but It glowed Inside the lids. And then temptation whispered him Its old "Why not?" While it was working in his soul like a fermenting yeast, he was saying: "To think that we should owp all our misfortune to an Infernal taxi- cab's Out of tho anguish of her loneliness tent one little complaint: '.you had really wanted me, you'd Este. two taxlcabs." tuberculosWn you say that? I had John Tindalhught and tho minister Dwight R visit to v1.1!?6;' l"b 11HJ4VO IUU Cleveland, out of his waistcoat liU. pockRobert it before her as a golden was the g ser Fridajf good It does now," said 0"You won't even wait over iurs X train." soon for you a thousand times, my north to vested, desperately, "if r Miss Drlhe transport, I'll be court-rothis traln ls late rm for Mrsytou really loved me you'd and Mrs dng witn me" eery eyes gasped at this as- . .fig proposal. anu Unrrv Tn11rtT-- vmi lrnnw It'a sad-eye- . .Jivw'.Tgw"y-3".yw;,'-- . , "w WK ' Win inn iN imrni r gng Rev. Walter Temple, tamper. It was too beautiful X6 "rTsTt or endanger or besmirch with any danger of scandal. Ho gave up his fantastic project and gathered hor into his arms, crowded her Into his very soul, as ho vowed: "I'll wait for you forever and over and ever." Her arms swept around his neck, and she gavo herself up as an exllo f from happiness, a prisoner of a far-of- lovo: "Qood-byo"Good-by- , o my my husband-to-be- . "Good-bye"Good-bye."Good-bye.- 7' " " d "Good-bye.- " break-down.- " 1 w "I must go." "Yes, you must." "Ono Inst kiss." "One more ono long last kiss." And thero, entwined in each other's arms, with lips wedded and eyelids clinched, they clung together, forgetting everything past, futuro or present. Lovo's anguish mado them blind, mute and deaf. They did not hear tho conductor crying his "All Aboard!" down tho long wall of tho train. They did not f knell of tho bell. They hear the did not hear tho porters banging the vestibules shut. They did not feel the floor sliding out with them. And so the porter found them, engulfed In ono embrace, swaying and swaying, and no more awaro of the Increasing rush of the train than wo other passengers on tho are aware of Its speed through tho s on Its ancient schedule. The porter stood with his in his hand, and blinked and wondered. And they did not even know they were observed. far-ofearth-expres- s ether-routebox-ste- p L" To be continued What Is a Fence I asked a plutocrat "Pray, sir, what Is a fence?" diike a sort of benevolent Satan, he He answered me thereat vl the ground for his abduction: With satisfaction tense: I'll leave me, then, to spend three l) without you out among those "It is a needful thing' to win. And used for keeping something in." ne,,la women." am, shook her head in terror at I asked a poor man next ylslon. "It would bo too horrible "Pray, sir, what is a fence?" gJ,'ords to have you marry ono or He made his answer, vexed f ti mahogany sirens." That one should be so dense. held out the apple. "Better como , then." "It is," said he, "without a doubt -- cSut how can I? We're not mar- - Just used for keeping something out." "JVslble." v " Iq answered airily: "Oh, I'm sure And then I asked a sage "Pray, sir, what is a fence?" re's a minister on ooard." would be too awful to bo Not smug, nor yet with rage, r'But it larried with all tho passengers gawk-fe- . He answered me with sense: No, I couldn't face It. Uood-j- Quoth he. "I've always noticed it honey." A useful thing on which to sit." tf She turned away, but he caught her McLandburgh Wilson. you love mo?" e, arm: "Don't I'll wait for you, 'To distraction. too." For a mild, easy action of the bowels, "Three years ls a long wait." try Doan's Reguleis, a modern laxathe "But I'll wait, if you will." 25c at all stores, With such devotion ho could oat SISSIS1 b BBBBSSBrJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBttBSBBaP xK SiMHk v pJM J; jts 'K'tjUBvL. 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Soyer, Famous London Chef. and let us introduce vou to the man who has tho VERY Miss Emma Foote is teaching a sub- WANT IT PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. scription school. THE INNER GROWING Wo recommend the following properties as being productive Z. T. Stlth will remodel his house, and fair in price, Arvin Stith has the contract. By Martha McCulloch Williams. DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? IF Glvo Instant nllegianco to paper bag Thomas Hnrdaway spent several days cookery, all yo who doto upon Inner last week with his son, Charles llarda-wa- YOU WANT CASH for your property, send price and description growing Livers, for example, at oneo and let us show you how we bring buyer nnd seller together. and hearts, brains, sweetbreads kidThis department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling Little Mary Eugenia Stith spent se neys. buy,'crs and sellers of farm or business properties to mako quick sales! Thero nro livers and livers. Chicken eral days Inst week with Miss Adah livers nro much in request. Tnko six, Stith. fresh and sound. Wash very clean In Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clarkson have cold water, drain well, salt very light- moved into their new house. The Brcckcnridgc News has a customer for a small, woll improvly, but do not pepper. Barely dust ed farm, good lind near a good school; possession at once; .$2,000 to Henry Cox Is building a new stock with flour, then wrap each liver In a $5,000 ciixh to pay. very thin sllco of streaky bacon, skew- barn er it on with n toothpick and clip off Harvey Gross has planted the first 300 ncriM 3 mIIoa fri m railroad, houses, law tobacco barn; 2tf miles South tho sharp ends after skewering. Lay corn in this vicinity. He has fifteen No. of Klrlf, H tnllo from school, well watered. 2 Hour Sample; onu mile from schoo compactly but without crowding in a ncres.of this planting sprliiRs near barn; on Kuralltoute. and reports a fine house. bag, add a teaspoonful Mr f los ucrei mile of public hcIiooI, stand. nu. 1 county; H mllu from Kkron, Mciulo No 14 '""acres, 100 levot; all can bo of wntcr, a tablespoonful of tomato mlluRrnderihCliool. pood land cultivated; J Rood catsup, or fresh tomatoes peeled nnd Mrs. Ben Stith, of Pasadena, Cal., turns, hi toluceo barn; 3 dwellings; 2 feedti miles from l'Ji ncrus I ml lo youth of Uockvulu, Sample. Kusj terms. ivjn sliced, or elso half a gill of stock, flav- writes that she is much pleased with nu. 7 Rood 4 room dwelling hind, ored with celery, seal nnd cook twenty-fiv- her new home, tenant house and necuvmry outbuildings. School house and church In 3j0 yards. I'rice No 1 5 I"5 acre'' ""He of Olon minutes in a fairly hot oven. Mrs. Owen Kasey .visited Mesdames $1,050 cash. IJean; Rood. Htron llmo Glblet patties suit somo palates. To soil, watered by wells and sprlnRs, on stono Rood Q 74 ucrcs, 3 miles from Kirk, dwell-nnear mako them, parboil tho giblets, mash Ellslia Smith and Hugh Hardaway, of M0 o lnRlM story 0 rooms und porch. county road, ham Rood school 3and churches. New tobacco cost stock barns, Guston Sunday. Rood well, small tenant house, Rood barn and Rood tenant houses, f 1,200, or mlnco fine, throwing out nil strings line clover and Rrass and stable, nood orchard. land. Price Stl.100. D. Stith, registered or lumps, also shreds of onion and a Miss Minnie 100 acres In ono very littlo celery, with, if you llko, a nurse, has been promoted from the No. 9 Two tracts tho other: 121 acres and 124 acres In lo mile grato of nutmeg or of lemon peel. Navy Hospitalin Washington D. C, to cated .Imlluifrom UardlnsburR; 100 acres 3 No 16 l "cres located 12,000. north of McQuady. Price X cash miles from llarned; H mllu of KltiRswood balance In yearly payments. Moisten with melted butter or rich that of Boston. colleRC. stock, cut flvo inch squares of good 102 acres located on tho railroad Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Foote and Nn I I 7 2r.5.,icrcs located noar IrvlnRton puff paste, cover half each diagonally H mile from Webster, Rood barn No V" tho best farms In charming little daughter, Anna Belle, und crib, reasonably Rood house; well water-M- thatsectlon. This Is ono of statoof cultivation with tho prepared liver, fold over tho outlet on "very side. Portion of H. L well Improved;UnderhlRh Rood orchard; well watered: other half, pinch tight together nnd of Basin Springs, spent the week end Kurtz farm. I'rlcu $3,000 an Ideal place. Price 10,000;H cash, balance bako in a well greased bag fifteen min- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Girard on easy payments. ? p0od b.irn; all and lovol well No 1i.t ,2- - acres, Rood land cleared,land, utes in a fairly hot oven. Foote. located; 3 miles from IrvlnRton. 1'rlco 3,300 No I R ?)0 licres W mIles from Ilardlns- -, Parboil a pound of calf's liver. When ljurK' county seat: well Improv J. M. Hardaway is selling the thrilltender, but not ragged, tako up cool In a valley; ono No. 13 230 acres lylnRand hall; 2 tenantS 4,000. of the best farms In thecounty. Price room dnollliiR and cut in strips as thick as they nro ing history of the Titanic from its wide. Wrap each strip in a sllco of building to the tragic diaster. Read it. 140 acres, 2 miles from Ouston, thin bacon, roll in flour, put in a bag Read Hon. R. P. Hobson's speech, CI infl 3 miles from Irvlneton; well lays well; Rood young orchard; Rood $2,000 K?r 'i50 llcro,s fourraliesjwostof with a littlo butter tho bag must bo "The Great Destroyer", to see where watered: m' J ..P'ondcano, 3rallcs In branch timber; on rural route; school house few yards railroad; all fresh land; 100 acrosfrom cultivawell greased and cook for ten min- alcohol stands in political economy. froii house; Improvements; Rood four room tion; 50 acres In crass; will produco tho best dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two corn, wheat and tobacco In nelRhborhood: utes In a hot oven. Rood btrns; barn and lenent houso and cisplenty lastlnR water, woll at door of dwoll-IhBaked lamb's heart is much aptern back In tho Held; meat nnd lion houso; " There never was a time when people wood shed; will solloti easy payments; plenty pood Ior dwulllns, rooms and side houses. proved by thoso who llko that sort of stable ; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant roomi of smtll fruit. Further particulars address Plenty of Rood timber for farm purposes: thing. Get threo hearts, cut out tho appreciated the real merits of Chamber- Juo. D. ItabbaRe, Cloverport, Ky. Rood land to clear. Price il.OOOX cash' tops and soak at least two hours In lain's Cough Remedy more than now. cold slightly salted water to removo This is shown by the increase in sales the blood. Take out, rinse, drain well, and voluntary testimonials from perstuff with bread crumbs or any stuf- sons who have been cured by it. If ti FASHION NDTFS IN fing approved even plain mashed potatoes or boiled rice will answer. Fast- you or your ch'ldren are troubled with THE BACONIAN. 9. en tho tops well over tho stuffing. Lay a cough or cold give it a trial and beIn a well buttered bag and cook for come acquainted with its good qualities. Dy Miss Mary Kennedy. fifty minutes to an hour in a fairly For sale by all dealers. hot oven. SZ5275Z4Z5Z?&Gs&5'J Beef heart can be cooked tho same way, but must soak longer threo The White Shetland Veils still have hours at least. It must also cook longthe call of the season. er, the time depending on tho weight. Split and clean lamb kidneys, scald Ray ooo Frymire Dies Thursday in lightly salted water very quickly, White lace veils are also very strong Night-Meet- ing drop In cold water a minute or two, Of Citizens and are expected to increase in favor, then cut in quarters. Tako a spoonful You'd never Imagine Called To DLcuss Plans For ooo of flour and season it well with salt, that all tho ripping, pepper and a very littlo grated nutAt present there seems to be an unItems. Court House-Oth- er roaring and complex meg. Roll tho quartered kidneys In It, usual demand for hair ornaments. comedy situations then shake upon each a single drop of 000 read about tabasco. Get a flno skewer and have that youll Rev. C. W. Bowles, of Upton, Ky , ready thin sliced streaky bacon. in the new serial story For wearing with the summer or linevening to fill his reguThread ono end of a sllco on tho came Saturday we have arranged to gerie hats the hat pins with mounts cf lar appointment at Hill Grove church, skewer, then put on a piece of kidney, print wero possible small and large flowers are meeting by his two daughters, who double tho free end of the bacon over accompanied within the confines of with much favor. tho point, and skewer It fast. Add will be guests of Misses Tula and an ordinary sleeper. ooo another piece of kidney, fold tho ba- Eddie Jordan. con again. When the slice gives out Crystal buttons continue to head the Stanley Brown, who has been visitput on a fresh one. Leave tho point list for ornamental trimming and proming his father in Cloverport, returned of tho skewer projecting almost an ise to continue popular for fall, Inch, then stick over the point a piece home Wednesday. ooo Mrs. Murphy, of Chicago, is visiting of white potato so that it will not tear tho bag. Fill as many skewers as Airs. Henry Hardington. Another fancy line that is finding needed, lay them points foremost, that favor in Paris is cut crystal jewelry, Sam Frymire, of Chicago, and Mr is toward tho mouth, In a well butOwens- such as brooches, pendants, errinars. bag. Add a lump of butter rolled and Mrs. I. R. Mitchell, of tered long chains and numerous other small boro, were called home on the account in flour and a spoonful of tomato catarticle. sup, or half a spoonful of Worcester of the illness and death of their brother, sauce, and tho same amount of water. Ray Frymire, who died Thursday night ooo Seal and cook in a hot oven fifteen and was Interred in Brandenburg That's the title, Other articles that show strong into twenty-fivminutes, depending on cemetery Saturday. but there is no dications of popularity throughout the how heavily tho bag Is loaded. Kenneth Scott, of Louisville, Misses remainder of the year are bracelets, excuse for you Chicken livers, or thoso of squab, Mary Henry and Guedry Bramlette, of long chains and fancy can be cooked in tho same manner, to miss reading leaving out tho catsup and adding only Irvington are spending the week with ooo this story by tho butter. Beef kidney, sliced rather Mies Laura Lee Guedry and Mrs. L. G. Separate coats at present are princithin, highly seasoned, and cooked be- Palmer. RUPERT HUGHES pally in the Norfolk, Mackinaws and tween thin slices of bacon for twelvo Z T. Cox, daughter and niece, Misses n Author The Blazer styles. minutes in n hot oven, ls a near ap- Zula Cox and Maetta Drake, spent proach ti grilled kldnoy. ooo In Louisville. Blanche' sweetbreads by scalding Wednesday and Thursday For traveling and automobiling the Mrs. C. C. Stith returned to her them in a slightly Baited water then full length linen coat is the most favorparboil, and put botwecn plates to home Saturday after visiting her husIt's a tale that travels ed. press. Trim neatly, put in a very band in Frankfort. at a mile a minute well greased bag with a sauco of beginning ooo gait from B. J. Figg spent Thursday in West butter, cream, sherry wino and seato end, with a round Norfolk and Blazer coats are also besoning only bo careful to touch light Point. of laughter in every ing developed in linen and other heavy ly with tho tho herbs and cook forty Mrs. B. B. Shacklette, Jr., returned chapter. Watch for it summer fabrics. minutes to an hour In an even oven home Saturday after visiting her only moderately hot. mother, Mrs. Belle Ashcraft, of Gustou. ooo Brains of any sort must bo scalded Rice was in Guston Saturday A. C. A combination of laces and embroiin boiling salt wator, pooled and on business. deries promises to be exceedingly good dropped in cold wator for at least ten for the summer season. minutes. Half an hour will not hurt. The following gentlemen were in Tho ways of cooking them nro many. Louisville Saturday: S. R. Frymire, ooo For scrnmbled brains, parboil them B. J. Carico, Park Wright, R. A. That ombroidered Voiles will bo in until they Just bogln to break, drain and Fred Edlin. favor is generally expected. out, and mix with beaten eggs, adding Prof. J. L. Stillwell and wife spent seasoning to tasto. Pour Into a woll ooo buttered bag with an extra lump of Saturday in Louisville. The majority of bows tnis season on butter at tho bottom of It, lay anothor There will be a meeting in the near hats are flat In shape. lump on top, seal and cook in a hot future, a date which will bo announced twenty-flvto fifty minutes, acovon ooo later, in regard to moving the county cording to tho slzo of tho bag. Pleated frills of net, shadow lace or All thing on earth except a. mother's love. mlxturo can bo seat from Brandenburg to Kkron. Tho b. hemstitched batiste as a finish for necks Borved for breakfast or a lato supper citizens of the county, regardless of Your dear face is my light and love. on toast thus; Havo rounds of crisp their opinion, are requested to attend Your love, dear mother eudureth of waists and for use in sleeves is at present a great vogue, buttered toast, cover neatly with tho this meeting. through everything. Had I my child mlxturo, sprlnklo with grated Parooo life to spend over again, how much mesan and dot with bits of butter. I now reThe modified panier will be seen in Now is the time to get rid of your happier I would make you. Cook insldo a well greased hag ton to e suits. twolvo minutes in a fairly hot oven. rheumatism. You can do it by apply- alize how very dear you are mother. the new Liniment and mas- Oh, my mother! ooo Servo very hot with olo and Bour ing Chamberlain's Mrs. Mary Belle Ater, pickles. saging the parts freely at each applicalinen dresses in white and Brains scalded and pooled can bo tion. For salo by All dealers. Chula Vista, Cal. natural are indeed very smart and are cookod with strips of bacon laid over enjoying quite a lot of popularity. them, adding a very little stock or Heavy, impure blood makes a A Mother's Love. ooo milk and wator. Season them to tasto muddy, pimply, complexion, headand cook In a fairly hot oven twenty-flv- o The new addition to the Turkish aches, nausca.iltidigestion, Thin blood minutes. Servo with to thlrty-flvDear Mother: How my tears are pale and sickly. For Toweling effect is tho blazer stripe for baked apples or baked Bveet potatoes. raining down my face. I am so far makes you weak, sound digestion, use Bur- outing wear. pure blood, Tho brains are so rich that they cloy without something of that sort on tho away from you. I sit and look out dock Blood Bitters. $1.00 at all stores across the Pacific's rolling waves and Louisville Evening Post side. and Breckeurldge News (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated watch the lovely sunset. I think that one year 13.50. T UavopV Dpado iVB a sunset across the sea is the loveliest UilOltll TIT-BITy. tlt-blt- PAPER BAG COOKING BEWLEYVILLE. Estate Department Real WANT Wanted Small Farm Ol j1 well-buttere- d 1 1 l e u. yy ly 1 1 i, nu. v")""" r; J3?S5?cSSft EverTravel inaPullman BOnjEWS 1?! EXCUSE I ME! e hair-pin- s. Well-Know- -- -- I Ham-bleto- n All Aboard Don't Miss TMs Serial o tailor-mad- One-piec- e o I A Subscribe $3.50 A t i w w muMtoav t.j. iwwiTMiifftn riiyJ t f -- bim Kirschlaaum Gottas. niiiifiii Young Man This is Personal to You GET YOU A GIRL GET MARRIED GET A HOME "V Then Come To Ed. Alexander's, - Irvington, Ky. Muslin and Lace Curtains, Window Shades all colors, Table Linens, Towels, elegant China Ware, and fine Kitchen Ware Make Your Home Convenient Make Work a Pleasure Instead of Drudgery Carpets j Mattings Flower Designs. All colors, 12 to 35c. 1- -2 www m twawmtiBMNk&:Vmi 45 cents square yd. Attractive Designs. Ingrain g Cottage. Quality, 15c to 35c. Our Line of Men's Kirschbaum Clothing Have snap and style, but better still, have quality. We have received a shipmentof extraordinary suits for summer. They sell from Wall Paper in 1912 Patterns. All prices, 5c to 25c. pleased with your sale X- -UNION $12 to $35. "" I Want WOOL Brine it to us and be Highest Market PRICE Everything in Our Store to meet the needs, wants, and fancies of men, women, and children 81 Age-P- ast NEWS Dies GOLDEN JUBILEE OF WALL STREET REGIMENT. At The Twenty-second STRAYED OR STOLEN! A largo sable (yellow) and white Collio Dog, carries oars erect. Wore a collar und answers to name of "Scott" A liberal reward will bo paid finder. Notify Mrs. Judith Watlington Ripe Old Years-MrsEliza- beth WANTED WOOL HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FourScore West Will Celebrate on May 28 Next. The fiftieth anniversary of the departure from New York of the Hurt. ond regiment engineers for tho civil war will be celebrated May 23 Early Sunday morning death entered next, when the survivors, who perhaps the home of James Watliugton, and number less than 100. will be specially took away tue spirit of his mother, Mrs. honored. Judith Watlington, formerly Miss Judith On that occasion tho regiment will Cox. She would have been SS years old assemble at Its armory nud be renext month. She has lived a lon and viewed by tho veteran, after which useful life and we shall miss her very thero will be 1 short parade by a promuch, but God kuew best and has tak- visional Twenty-seconregiment company of the veterans themselves and en her to a better laud. She was married O N. R. Wutlinyton the existing regiment, the veterans about 1310 aud was the mothet of ei,'ht forming the right of the line, followed children five of whom survive her, they by the other veterans, and these In turn by are: Rolaud, Nathaniel, Artiispu.-- and regiment. the members of tho present In the evening there will bo Emma Mre. James Watliujtou and a collation, at which the veterans will Parks, she also has living one brother, be the guests of honor. R. 1$. Cox, of this place, uow 7!) years The original Twenty-seconwas old, aud two sisters, Mrs. Emily Walls, what might be called a Wall street of IlardhtiburK, aged 82, aud Mrs.Mary regiment. In April. 1SG1, when all tho Hammers, of Kansas City, Mo., aged T2. national guard were at the front, tho Her husband has been dead about 23 banks, insurance companies and other Institutions of New York decided to years. form and equip at their own expense church a the Methodist She joined military organization for and has been a of the city. In pursuance tho defense nbout fifty years of an adstrict member ever since. Her funeral vertisement to thnt effect, n committee y Rev. lelix Roberts at was formed, with l.loyd Asplnwall as was coiiilucte 1 o'clock p 111. Monday, aud shewas president and Hugh X. Camp ns secinterred in the Union Star cemetery. retary. Its membership Included P. S. She leivs behind five children, "one Winston of the Mntur.1 Life. Morris Franklin of the New York Life. George brother, two sisters, and a host of grand T. Hope of the children, great grand .children, and thaniel Ilayden Continental Fire. Naof the Cbntham bank. friends. F. S. Lathrop of the Mutual Inhome surance company. Charles .1. May God comfort aud cheer the Martin darkened with to row which she leaves, of the Homo Insurance company, John and iimv we all meet her again in u Wadsworth. E. A. Stansberry of the company. Insurance better land where parting an : sorrow Metropolitan James M. McLean of the Citizens' Fire are unknown. Insurance company, and William II. Mrs. Elizabeth West, now residing Asplnwall. with her daughter, Mrs. R. Avitt, and This committee raised $18,000 and aged S3, happened to a painful and se- Imported fioin England the necessary rious accident when she fell and btoke Entleld tllles and accoutrements at n her hip. It cannot be bet. She is doing cost of $17,024. The regiment itself, ufter its organization, raised 0.000 very well at present. corn more. h'ariuers aro very busy planting Colonel James Monroe, who had in this section. Tobacco plants are do- served on General Scott's staff In Mexing fine, aud will be ready for planting ico, was appointed to command the before most of us are ready for them. regiment. He died of fever the followHerbert Knush is at home after an ing year while with tho regiment in Virginia. extended visit to I'rymire. Roy II. lhissett was in Chenault oue day last week. Notice Deputy Sheriff Dye was in town last Twenty-secd W. R. Moormrn, Glen Dean, Ky. or E. P. Hardaway, Irvington r-SHE'S A JEFF D. OWEN, Glen Dean, Ky. SCULPTOR AT 82. On FOR GOODNESS SAKE! BUILDING At lfvington--Contracto- d a, 1 Mrs. Cox Began Her Art at Sixty Now at Work on a Lincoln Cast. years old. Although she 1. eighty-tw- o Sirs. Delilah J. Cox of Montclalr, N. J., is at present making two plaster of parls cast1! of hint that she has sculptured. One of the easts is of Lincoln. Mrs. Cox began her work ns a sculptor at the uge of sixty. She is the mother of Robert Lynn Cox, who succeeded G rover Cleveland as general counsel and manager of tho Association of Life Insurance Presidents. Recently Mrs. Cox made several Indian dolls and a Santa Claus three feet high, the face ami hands being of porcelain cement and the bodies of thin rope. Every article of clothing, including leather boots, was her work. Another doll In her collection was carved from chestnut wood. rs Delighted Spring" With Outlook And For SummerCity Council Gets Busy. Tne building boom is on at Irvington. Carpenters, contractors and teams all busy. It was thought last winter that there would be nothing doing in this town in the way of building during the year. The contractors all had the blues, were down in the mouth and were preparing to move out for more congenial climes where there was more work and a chance to make something for themselves and families. They were really down and out as they expressed it. Nothing to do and nothing in sight. Now things have changed in that thriving, hustling little city. The hammer and saw, shovel and pick and a little dynamite are all filling the air with their notes of industry and bustle. The city council got busy, made an order that several hundred square yards of side walks should be put down, streets graded and repaired. While it created a big howl and some of the property owners rebelled against the order they finally fell in line and now the good work is progressing nicely and everybody is concreting. This movement stirred up the people who were talking of building and they got busy. Now there are a number of houses going up and contracts are being let for more. The Irvington Hardware & Implement Company are excavating basement for their two story brick business house. Ed. Whitehead, of Clover-po- t t, has the contract for the brick work and C. A. Penlck the contract for the carpenters work. Jesse C. Payne has let coutract for a handsome two story 8 room dwelling, J. A. Witt contrnct for 0 room dwelling both to be on the bungalow style. J. K. llrauilette is the contractor, The Henderson Route has leased of Jonas Lyons' part of his restaurant building for passenger depot. Carpenters have been at work all the week remodeling it. A ticket office, waitiug rooms for white and colored passengers have been opened, which have been papered, painted, new floors laid, water installed, making the place an ideal mid convenient depot for passengers. Robert Lyous has been appointed passenger ticket ngeut aud has charge of the depot, The Irvington Mill aud Elevator has closed down for repairs. New machines will be installed, old ones discarded. Every machine in the mill will be thoroughly overhauled, cleaued and put in firkt class order. Oue machine that is being put lu will take the place of eight old ones, do better work aud at a lower cost. Aud so Irvington is moving on to greater und bigger things. r C,Eat Your Home Made Bread and Keep Germs out of your stomach. The Home Bakery. CONTROL YOUR MONEY AND CONTROL YOU CAN YOURSELF OLD TIME CRUELTY One Time When Surgery Is Often I'-l- on Needless Torture. Many operations for piles are simply needless torture, for when it's all over tho piles come back. The one fine way to be rid of piles for cood is to use Dr. Leonhard'tHEM-R.OID- . It cures piles by doing away with the cause poor circulation. $1 for 24 days' treatment at A. R. Fishers's, Cloverport, Ky., and all Learn to save your money and you will have learned one lesson of self control. Saving money will teach you conservatism, strengthen your good judgement in matters of busfness. You: aro not so liable to j'ump at conclusions when you are trying to keep a littlo cash ahead. Strenuous saves the first $100 and yet this can bo accomplished before ono knows it, by putting away $10 at a time, lit is wonderful how much a person can do without and how quickly tho days go by when ono is trying to save. Tho Bank at Home is better than any bank far away when you have a savings account. Wo invito you to open a savings account with us. "We urge you, for satisfaction to yourself, to save youu money. self-donial FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky., J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :- -: druggists. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. Leonhardt Ci., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y., Prop. Write for free booklet. ,A Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Willhoit, Owens-bor- 1 o, week. Ivau O. Jolly was hi the Lodiburg neighborhood oue day last week 011 bus-ines- s. Mrs, Earl Ilulfmau and baby were the guests of Mrs. S.C. Avitt the past week. Dr. J. T. Milner. of Patesvtlle, is visiting his sister, Miss Mattie Miluer. (. H. Severs was in Hirdiusburg one day last week. The school house has been rtuaired and is being painted by Court Orosson. Things are looking better in our town. Mr. James Hall also has uew lawn T That resolutions of respect aro published nt 5 cents per lino. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of mutter. Off guests of Chas. Macy Sunday. C. W. Bandy and wife, Frymlre, guests of Henry Gibson Sunday. Mrs. Batoman attended the funeral of Mrs, Gus Gibson at Cloverport Wednesday. Mrs. Harriett Payne died Tuesday, May 7, being interred in th: Walnut Rev. Jas. Willett Grove cemetery. conducted the funeral services. Chester Payne, Missouri, is guest at home of his parents at Webster. Dr. and Mrs. Roberts, West Point, attended the funeral of Mrs. Payne BRECKENRIDGE NEWS llUt 1 I 1 For Oklahoma City. BapL'ono last Weduosday. Miss Helen Ryan, of Victoria, on vt r the COPY six COPIES jjz --VtJL " j . at- pastor of the churci at Hardlnsburg, has tist Rev. J. J, Wlllett, to Oklahoma City to attend a convention of the Southern Baptist churches. nnucwl t oliait mattsm of the muscles of the back, for Meantime let us not forget that which you will find nothing better than American mining kills nbout 3,000 Chamberlain's Liniment. For calo by workingmen every year and no great fus is made over them. New York All Dealers. World. nm I not? Ic ltt.itn1lir wedding tended the Basham-Adkisslast Sunday. Miss Lena Adklsson and Arthur Basham were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Robbins, on last Sunday evening, May IS at 3 o'clock. Rev. May, of Webster, olllic H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky latin?. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robertson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ilamman, of Clovorport, last Sunday. Consult T. N. 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