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The Breckenridge news: June 5, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912060501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 5, 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 VOL. XXXVI SOLID DELEGATION CLARK E THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages WEBSTER HAS DAY CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912. No. 48 FOR CHAMP ACRES OF "DIAMONDS IN "BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Ycnrs mid years nsco there lived a certain ambitious limn t within of the great diamond fields in Africa, over which tlio disastrous Boer war was fought. This man, whom wc will call Diamond Hunter, for distinction, read and studied the literature and advertising matter of all the countries in the world except his own. Ho believed somowhere in the world there were fields of diamonds and liko many of us in Breckinridge count, believed the wore far from homo. Diamond Hunter started on his world's chase for fortune, then a very young man. After years of toil and hard work abroad and far from loved ones, ho crept back to his African home, sack on his back, and told his home people: "There are no diamonds, because I have searched the world." One of his boyhood pals said: are standing on diamonds now the whole countryside about you is now giving to the world its supply of precious sems. You have searched far and wide but not at homo whore acres of diamonds lay under your feet." There are upwards of live thousand mule voters in Breckinridge county, the majority of whom arc live, healthy citizens, with good hoalthy minds. The trouble is, wo have too many Diamond Hunters. Wo real our families of hoys and girls and read to them from the farm papers about the wonders of Oklahoma and Texas, about the virtues of the Northwest and balmy clime and fertile fields of California. Wo read to ourselves and tell the boys about rich orange groves of Florida and the celery crops down there that make men rich in a season. Our boys grow up and leave home. They travel to the country that "Pa" told them about. O.ur girls have shy ambitions for a foreign beau, thinking ho can make her a better living. The boys who make good, wo hear of; 'those who do not, and they are in the majority, we know not. The girls, God bless them. Wo make Diamond Hunters of our boys and of ourselves because wc do not realize that right here in Breckinridge county wo have gun-shoable-bodied, WILBUR WRIGHT, FIRST TO FLY, Pioneer In Aviation Victim Of Typhoid Fever After Long ess-Leaves A Large Fortune-Was Born Near Mill Illn- TRIUMPHANT In Arrives. Haynes Louisville Elects John C.C .Mayo Evangelist Urey Committeeman Over Crowds Attend-Servi-- ces Large Woodson Who Served Sixteen Years-McCreary ConSunday School Work. vention The Best Ever Held In Elected Four Times Singing-Go- od A The County. d Mr. Hender- Day-Beau- tiful son Chairman. CONTEST THE NIGHT LONG 3O Preaching. EXPECTED. ville, Ind. HAD NO President. Royal Entertainment APPOINTED BIG REVIVAL TIME FOR SOCIETY. OTHER OFFICERS IWJ, member of the Democratic national committee to succeed Urey Woodson, who has been a member for sixteen years, and named Rufus Vansant as chairman of the Democratic state cen-trcommittee. The administration forces were In the saddle from the time Governor James B. McCreary was elected temporary chairman of the convention ovOllle M. James by a er Senator-elec- t vote of 053 to 667, until the adjournment this morning. It was after 11 o'clock last night when the committee on resolutions made Its report, Instructing that Ken , tucky's vote be cast for Champ Clark --for president. In session services are being held four times a, long past midnight, Instructed the day. Men's prayer meeting at 0 a. m,, votes of Kentucky to vote at the parsonage, noon time services at twenty-si- x a unit for Champ Clark for pres- the shops, afternoon and night services tas ident; elected John C. C. Mayo, the at the church. The Rev. Mr. SpringEastern Kentucky millionaire, as a field, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Lewis, Louisville, Ky., May The Dem- The Methodist evangelistic services ocratic state convention, the pastor, carried tne meeting through last week. The Rev. Mr. Haynes ar rived Saturday night and preached Sunday to large audiences. A cordial Invitation is extended to all Cloverporters to attend the services. Many of the women never miss a service and the number of men In attend ance is Increasing. Several of the engi neers off the government boat were present Sunday night inducing the guests ftom the hotels. Dayton, Ohio, May .10. Wilbur Wright, the first man to actually fly In an neroplan, died this morning. He had been ill of typhoid fever for several weeks and his deathjeame after Messages of condolence a relapse. have been received from all over the world. HAYDEN Setting A Good Example To Main By Clean- .; It-- It a1 Kit IP Urges Woodson's Name. It was then that Judge J. W. Hen-so- n, of Henderson count', a member of the committee on resolutions, offered a jnlnority report. This report signed by three other members of the committee said that in view of the long and faithful services of the Hon. Urey Woodson, as a member of the Democratic national committee, and the compliment paid Kentucky by his being retained as secretary for eight years, that the convention be Instructed to reelect him for a term of four years. James Kehoe rose to a point of order, saying that it was his impression that the delegates to the national convention elected the national committeeman. Judge Henson read a telegram from Norman . Mack, of the national committee, to the effect that a Democratic state coqveution is a sovereign body, and can elect the national committeeman, or instruct the delegates, cr leave it to the delegates themselves. Street Business Men Pavement-- ing Weeds Off Of The Kitchen A Clean Clover-por- t Wanted. Sam Hayden, who is known by his friends as "Banty Hayden," is making rapid progress In pleasing the ladies. He has cleaned up the weeds around the English Kitchen and swept off the pavement that has been covered with coco cola tops for a year. He Is going to keep up his good work because he says he likes to please the ladies. The business girls who are down town so much are certainly grateful to Mr. Hayden and all the business men who are beginning to take some inter est in keeping the pavements clean. If the men would quit spitting on the streets the town would be far more decent and respectable. A "Clean Clo- verport" is what the people want and soon the old town will be a pride to the citizens. THE THE THE THE in fact MOST LIVABLE CLIMATE, MOST FERTILE ACRES, RICHEST UNDEVELOPED OPPORTUNITIES, MOST BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, ACRES OF DIAMONDS i; Mayo's Name Presented. Mr. Kehoe moved then that the name of John C. C. Mayo be substituted for that of Mr. Woodson. Ollie M. James demanded a call of the counties, and suggested that that vote be recorded as for Woodson or Mayo to elucidate the voting. It required over an hour to call the GOVERNMENT BOAT -- IS.--. K5 ! 16 Comes Into Port Here Surveying River Near Addison-En-gine- ers Visit Cloverport Satcounties, during which time there was urday And Sunday. a great deal of confusion, several of the delegates from the mountains attempting to vote the counties which The,Unlted States government quart were not represented by delegates at er boat No. 3, visited Cloverport Saturthe night session. day. The engineers are surveying the river near Addison in the interest of Carries Second District. the plans to build a dam there. The Mr. Woodson carried every county party is composed of 40 men, many of in the second district with the excep- them visited Cloverport Saturday and tion of Christian and a part of Web- Sunday. ster. One of the delegates from Webster declared that Dr. J. A. Goodson Coal Fields Inspected. was violating the caucus agreement Men have been here during the last which was that the vote of Webster county would be cast as a unit for Mr. week looking over the old Victoria coal mines. Cloverport hopes that some Woodson. The result, ss announcid by Chair- business will develop from the investiman McCreary was: Mayo, C9S; Wood- gation. The thing we do realize, which should mortify and shame every .full grown man in the Count, is: BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY HAS DISGRACEFUL ROADS. The reason many of our blessed women in Breckenridge county have to help their husbands in the fiell, and the reason many of our men grow to manhood without being able to read and write, is because our bad roads have been millstones around their necks and their fathers' necks for years. Without good roads, schools and churches und social activity arc impossible. Those counties and states that have built good roads are the communities that have advanced. Their people could cotrmiuni-catwith each other, exchungo ideas and thus improve themselves. Good roads in Breckenridge county would help us cash in Wo could then develop the bountiful gifts of Providence. the acres of diamonds that lie everywhere about us. The Diamond Hunter would then corao to us. Our boys and girls would remain at homo among loved ones. The people of the North, East, South, and West praise Kentucky. There is magic in the name. Wo should justify this praise and develop our opportunities. Start at home, start in Breckenridge county. Tell jour magistrate ho must give you bettor roads. When a man asks you to vote for him for anything put the good roads question square up and make him come clean. The County is willing to help, the State is anxious to help, and Congress will help those people at homo who first holp themselves. Other counties and states are drawing funds from these very channels, because their people act as well as talk. Our bad roads are mute evidence of our own neglect. e The family believed that the crises had passed two days ago, but the physicians were not so hopeful. The patient had been unconscious for some time and at midnight he began to sink rapidly. For the first time the physicians attempted to give him nourishment yesterday morning. He died peacefully just before dawn. The life of Wilbur Wright is so interwoven with that of his brother, Orville, that no one but the surviving brother himself will ever be able to set forth the exact share of both in the honor and the fame accorded to them for the practical solving of the great problem of aerial navigation. The world has never been told what Wibur did or what Orville did; to which one the first idea came; it does not know which one planned the first glider or the latest equilibrator, which one hit upon the vertical rudder, the warping plane, the advantage of placing the operator's seat on the lower plane; no one knows SATURDAY MORNING SESSION which one worked out the first theory 9:4") Devotional,.... Rev. M L.Dyer of air currents.which one glided against these rising and spiral currents, and in 10:00 Words of WelcomcRev.L.K.May all likelihood the world will never know 10:10 Response,.... Kcv. F. E. Lewis any of this, for every attempt to divide 10:20 Cradle Roll,.... Mrs. Hoi Drane Song the "we" into "I's'" has been absolutely without success. Only this has 10:30 Equipment and Organization (a) Elementary, Mrs.W.D.Smith trickled out, Wilbur Wright was (b) Secondary, Mrs. W.J. Piggott the first man in the history of the (c) Adult, Ira Behen world to leave flat ground in an engine 11:0.1 Round Table,... W. J. Vaughan driven, heavier than air flying machine. W. J. Vaughan The brothers have grown wealthy, 11:3:5 Offering with more money pouring in upon them SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION every day. The success never turned 1:15 Devotional Services the head of either. l::i0 Definite Decision for Christ, Wilbur Wright never married and Rev. M. L. Dyer had no time for society. Unless some 1:10 Our Assetts and Liabilities. J. B. Weaver function kepi him up, he preferred to Song go to bed at 0 o'clock at night and arise Continued on juko before 0 o'clock in the morning. Super-intunpa- nt ." The County Sunday-scho- ol Convention hcH at Webster Friday evening and Saturday was the best known in the life of the association. Webster put on her best bib and tucker to entertain the delegates and guests, numbering three hundred. A flno dinner was served and it was n great day for Sunday-schoo- l workers. Olllcers elected were as follows: T. B. Henderson, President; C. L. Bruington, Vice President; Mrs. Ata St. Clair, Secretary and Treasurer; W. D. Smith, Supcrintendant Adult Department; Miss Eva Carrlgan, Supcrintendant of Secondary Department; El'za Piggbtt and Julia Lyon, Superln-tendanElementary DcpartmontjMiss Maudo Smith, Supcrintendant Organization; Ira Behcn, Supcrintendant of Education; Miss Nora Drlskell, Ilomo Department and Visitation; Marvin Heard, Temperance and Purity. The program was as follows: FRIDAY EVENING SESSION 7:15 Devotional Service.Rev.L.K May 8:00 Minutes of Last Con vention.Secy. S:l5 Home Study, Prof. C. A. Tanner Song W. J. Vaughan 8:30 Stewardship Appointment of Committees ts Adair-Ga- ns. SUNDAY Mrs. Sarah Ann Adair announces the engagement of her Brownie Adair, to Mr. Henry Calhoun Gans, of Owensboro, Kv. The marriage will take place June nineteenth. Hancock Clarion. grand-daughte- BASE-BA- LL r, r WorkHorrifies Sunday-Schoo- l ers. Postmaster Oelze Makes a Stirring Talk Against It At Sunday-School Notice. On account of the Sunday School convention on last Sunday the commit- tee in charge decided to postpone the memorial exercises of Breckenridge Lodge No. 01 until Sunday, June 9th. The committee regrets thnt the decision for a change came too late to notify all the members, but earnestly requests all members to be at the Castle Hall at 2 o'clock p. in. Sunday, June 9. ( Chas. May, Sr., Com. ( W. A. Roff. Convention. Mr. Vaughan's Address Fine Convention The District Sunday-schoo- l held in the Lucile Memorial church Sunday afternoon was an excellent meeting. Prof. Chas. A. Tanner presided. Miss Laura Satterfield, who was ed Koscoe Leslie, ' Our lethargy is robboryl How long shall wo continue to rob ourselves of our own acres of diamonds? Valuable Realestate Sold. V, G. Babbqge, attorney for Mrs. Reldel, has sold the vacant lot known as the Reldel corner, in this city, to Mr. Marion Behen tor six hundred dollars cash. " son, 49O. Early this morning the convention instructed the delegates to the national convention to vote for Champ Clark as long as his name was before the national convention. Tne following are the delegates-at-largGovernor J. B. McCreary, Ollie M. James, J. C. W. Beckham, Judge Allle W. Young, John C. 0. Mayo, Jus-ti- s Goebel, Congressman A. O. Stanley and Ben Johnson. The result is a victory and defeat for Ollle James, He secured a solid del egation for Champ Clark, but was him' self defeated for temporary chairman by Governor McCreary. Urey Woodson, for eight years secretary of the national committee, went down in defeat with James, being defeated for national committeeman on the floor of the convention by John C. 0. Mayo, by a e: Making Good. W. Harold Coombs, a former compositor on the Breckenridge County Democrat at Hardinsburg, was a passenger enroute to Louisville one day last week. He had been visiting friends in Mr. Coombs is a fine Owensboro. young man and a good printer. His friends in Breckenridge will be pleased to learn of his success. " " At The Hotels. secretary, read the minutes of last year's meeting at Ilites Run. Mr. Ira Behen, Superintendent of the gave a good Methodist address on the greatest needs of the school. Tlis was followed by a fine; talk on how to hold the boys, by Mr. R. L. Oelze. He said that the Sunday ball game kept the Cloveqwrt boys away form church. "Their hearts are in the. game" said Mr. Oelze. Mr. Vaughan made n splendid talk, and those who missed it cannot realize, how much they have lost. Mr. Oelze was elected president. Sunday-school, Sunday-- Is Sole Proprietor. J&y t'40" JJBBB rH " J ,y BBto z- - Irve Richardson has bought the interest of his mother in his father's store and Is now sole owner. He also gained his case against the Breckenridge Asphalt Co. and expects to open up the mines and ship Asphalt In large quantities in the near future. Mr. vote of 69S to 4o2. Richardson Is a hustler and will bring The administration forces made a life and business to Garfield. Marshall clean sweep, electing Rufus Vansant Morris, of Louisville, was down to see chairman of the state committee; W.B. him recently to talk over and plan for White, a member of the central com opening the mines, There are bright days In slght'for Garfield. Continued oh iMtge 2 if II 1 1 w. giw f . HHM 'i'"pi ngm LLLV v r- ., JM iLB " B 4WBHa m vlHMHBKiii IsCTIH Mil U I 1! iLV BBBa SB wZr J! BBBf " SBBBBfl BBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBbV NEW FARMERS DANK BUILDING, HAUDINSBUBO, KY. Since last Wednesday at the St. George Hotol: R. L. Talcott, Louisville, R. S. Thomas, Boston, O. D. Hancock, Kvausville, A. Preultt, Cincinnati, F. P. Reynolds, Marietta, Go., G. R. Owensboro, V. M. Dutton, Louisville, V. C. Regoa, South Bend, A. C. Fehl, St. Louis, Chas. Moolc und wife, Louisville, A. G. Fronmu, U, S, G. D. No. 3, J. V. Stlgno, Frankfort, O. R. Purdy, Pittsburgh, Pa., AHx Rceso, New Burgh, Ind., J. II. Jackson, Ilawesville, Miss Anne Ilambleton, Sorgho. At the Duncan House, Mr. Exshaw and son, of England; Mr. Ilogan, Mr. aud Mrs. Leon, of St. Louis; II, V. Harris, of Louisville; Miss Allen. er, B. C. H. S. Normal. The Normal Issued by The .Breckenridge County High School is a credit to the trustees, teachers and pupils of the school. It contains photographs and every item of a standard Normal. Has Wharf Boat. Will Pate has been made agent at the Louisville and Evansvllle wharf boat here. Sam Brown.the confectioner, resigned on account of the increase of his confectionery and baking r ' assisieEgioH , olaoOK L LIVE LIKE 0 RUNABOUT Wc have a number of. diircrcnt styles of VZ vy? The wheels of X; Kff these vehicles nrc mado of selected white hickoy; the painting is clone by the bcstnnd most skilled workman, using the best material. Wo hayo them in nil colors. We carry "this vehicle in Stick, Panel and Twin Auto seat, Hub- 01 U ber and Steel tirc. Priro $35 to Hun-nbouts. MILLIONAIRE We Have Anything you Want Complete Line Hardware, Farm Implements Oil Stoves, Kofrigerators all sizes, Ico Cream Freezers, Furniture, Paints and Oils, tho famous Mastic paint, tho point used by nil first-clas- s painters and railroads. Two-Hors- e Buy Convenient and Pleasure Seeking Equipment at Your Own Price. TOP BUGGIES Surrey V7ki,3'Ai I r i". i Mr R, B. C, Blue Ribbon Lawn Mowers $2.25 to $10 00 White Mountain Freezers $1.25 to $3.25 Thcso buggies aro trimmed in genuine leather, 50 inch bodice: full length RArnots: imdaed wine dash: four scat rods and A grado throughout; wo have o thcso buggies in plain scats and tops, twin Auto with plain tops and panel scats with Auto tops, mado out of the best Auto Cloth on tho market. We also carry them in steel tires, standard shaped and cushion rubber. Tho rubber used in thcso iircs is tho famous Kcllcy Springfield make, tho best rub ber used on any buggy made. $100 Prices $37.50 to twn-in-ontwo-in-on- o Extension top with brake and pole; body made ofi CSISejHhhHk&j superior hardened sheet! steel; steol twin Auto scats Each seat is made of best yellow poplar, patent leather wide doublo fondors, silver tiimmcd lamps; wheels best Indiana hickory; upholstering genuino leather; all wool, blue or green broadcloth; painting gear, bronze green Carmino stripe; body elegantly finished; leather top, genuine Auto material, waterproof; prices to suit your pockot book. dash-board, Window Screen; Black. Wire Cloth 24 in. 9c per yard 28 in. lie per yard 32 in. 13c per ynid 35 in. 15c per yard. in. 10c 30 in. 12c 34 in. 14c 2G per yard per yard per yard Building Material Everything that goes into the building of a house. Estimates furnished 0 Cf3llCI30rZDCZZIOIZZZZf DELEGATION Irvmgton Hardware and Implement ,.Co, .,IRVFN iQI -- a, im II mm mmmmmmmm tui m rmm. "" fm- II n '"win r II II .... llll till ,1,: II II . 111 .irr T w, I MaHM-- - n Z3(IIOIZZCZIOCZ3CZZ30 ,. . ,J4 v L Region West of Cook Inlet In Alaska Is Paradoxical Problem Solved Mapped by Geological Through Obvious Point In CirSurvey. C. S. Board, Miss Mary Helen cumnavigation. CLARK Mrs. FOR Hoard and Master Jack Board were Nome, Alaska. Tho volcanoes of A correspondent sends to the Her- Alaska aro not nil dead, week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. B and those Henderson nt Webster and attended ald a paradoxical problem which, he thut Bmoko aro held In dreadful awo Contlnmu from pmo boliev.es, originally appeared In by the natives. the County Sunday School Convention. Piesso's "Chymical, Natural and Physimittce from the state at largo, and A. When tho Indians living on tho Adkisson, of Hardlns-bur- cal Magic," published some GO years Mrs. Nannie (J. Rhea a member of the oxecutue was the guest of Mrs. G. W. ago. Two persons wcro born nt tho west shore of Cook Inlet first beheld committee from tho state at large. a steamer nearlng Bame place, at the same moment of The convention was late netting Bandy Friday. village they fled precipitately, years after they both died, their closing their houses so that tho time. first started at night and it was nearly Miss Sue M. Board and Mrs. Nathan also at Fifty samo spot and at the same 'demon of tho volcano," which thdy midnight when the committees were Board, of Big Spring, were guests of Instant; tho yet ono had lived 100 days believed was approaching, might bo Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan Tuesday. ready to report. more than tho other. induced to pass by. Fourth District Tho possible solution turns on a Leon Lewis, of the Louisville School As lato as 1883 Mount Augustine, a night to curious but very obvious point in cirforces swept of Law, came down Saturday volcanic cone which, rises 4,000 feet The McCreary-Beckhaspend the summer with his sisters, cumnavigation. A person going round out of the waters of tho Inlet, was In the Fourth district meeting, elected Ethel and Viola Lewis and Miss tho world toward the west loses a violent eruption, and Mount Illamna W.C. Montgomery, a strong McCreary-Ucckha- Misses day; going toward the east ho gains and Mount Redoubt, about 10,000 feet l Eva Carrigan. man, member of State one. Suppose, then, two persons born Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Payne expect to together at the Cape of Good Hope, algh, towering abovo tho coast range, down overCommittee, and voted whelmingly a resolution to Indorse be in their new residence in Maple ave. whence a voyage round the world may xxxoc Urey Woodson for national committee- by the middle of July. The work, under bo performed In a year; if ono percontractor, Bramlette is going on rapid- forms 'this constantly toward the west, man. In 50 years ho will bo CO days behind Convention J L ly. Delegates National tho stationary Inhabitants; and If the Drum, of NeKon, and M. H. Beard, of ','-'' James Owen Cunningham, who has other si.il equally toward tho east, he "ft ',- ' Breckinridge. been in State College since September, will be 50 days in advance of them. V. came Saturday to spend his vacation Alternates National Convention Ono, therefore, will have seen 100 Jones, of Grayson, and C. J. Hub- here with his sister, Mrs. Louis H days more than tho other. Glasgow O. Jolly. He was accompanied from Lou- Herald. bard, of Larue. Member State Central Committee isville by his brother, Crafton. who has W. C. Montgomery, of Hardin. been attending the Louisville Training Ill In Louisville. R. L Durham, of Green. School. Elector Assistant Elector John Campbell, is 'at home Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen of Gra3'son. from a visit in Louisville, Indianapolis Mrs. T V. Van Meter is ill in Vice President Convention Judge and Bardstown Junction. at The Deaconness Hospital, William Jackson, of Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Neafus and under treatment and fighting against Resolutions Judge J S Glenn, of children were guests of Mrs. Neafus an operation. Her many friends hero Ohio. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Neafus, at and at Irvington hope she will soon be Credentials H G. Sanders, of Tay- Guston for thr week end. well. Mrs Van Meter is the sister of lor. Misses Gnedry Bramlette, Julia Mr. Clayton Claycomb of this city Permanent Organization C.R. HarLyons, Mary Alexander and Nelle din, of Hart. Smith form a lovely quartette of Irving- - NEVER HEARD OF HEAVEN -p &&, iwv&tj&M?MA They are making things '(ton girls. Breckinridge Democrats Myrtle merry at the home of Miss John and Joseph Shake Their Heads house When Questioned by Judge In Moormnu.of llrcckiii-ridy- e Lvddan, where they are the Henry DeII.ien guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyddan, at New York Court. county, and Hob Layman, of An Active Volcano. took charge of the Fourth Webster. Now York. Rabbi Harris Platkln. Miss Carrie D. Frakes, who has been soon after it wns District Convention who has ono synagogue In Grand were In eruption in 1854 and 1902, recnlled to order l Matt- Ketutie Com- a pupil in Logan Female College at street, Brooklyn, and two In Manhat-ton- , spectively. That Vulcan is still active within mitteeman, Sam T Sliding, in the It- - Kussellville since the beginning of the appeared In tho children's court nlion garden atTlieTyler at lO:0'J o'clock mid year terra, returned home Wednes to press charges of malicious mischief these mountains Is attested by the perThere was but the slightest suggestion of day evening She will spend her vaca- against two young brothers, one aged sistent clouds of steam rising from their summits and by occasional light a hitch ui the program and the adminis- tion at the country home of her uncle, thirteen years and the other ten. Tho elder of tho two, John Waltukartis. showers of volcanic dust. Chas. H. Drury. tration fori en after taking the first hurdle Tho natives say that Illamna is tho was Mr. W. J Vaughn, of the State Sun- was found guilty. Little Joseph pa- name of a great demon-fisthe race for delegates to the National which allowed to go home. John will be Convention in ens) fashion, were never day School Association, delivered an roled. lives in Lake Illamna and Is ever on interesting address at the Presbyterian headed Tho rabbi alleged that the two boys tho watch to destroy tho unwary, so The on!) attempt nl resistance to the church Thursday evening. threw bricks at him and struck him In that tho native who risks himself on acprogram, as limped out by the minimis. Miss Mary Nevitt was the guest of tho head with ono of them, and called Its waters In his frail craft Is counted venturesome. him names. tration leaders, came in the raee for Miss Essie Kendall for the week-enTho lake Is, however, the largest Judge Ryan, when examining tho National Committeeman in which John Mrs. L. B Moremen was in Louisboys, asked them If thoy had ever fresh water body in Alaska, and is freUrey Woodson by a C. C Mao defeated ville Wednesday. heard of God or heaven. John and quently swept by terrific gales. It Is ote of eighty four to thirtj five. Mende, Mrs. Willard Arnold and Miss Bessie Joseph, In spite of their biblical 80 miles long by 8 to 20 miles wide Washington, I.aKue and Ohio counties somowhat larger, perhaps, than Long names, shook their heads. Arnold were in Louisville Tuesday. Stood firmly for Woodson. Island sound. Its bottom is far below Mr. and Mrs. Nick Henry, of Leitch On motion of Layman, Judge Dae Love by Wireless Angers Uncle Sam. sea level. North of tho tributary to Illamna McCainllest. was made chairman of the field, were guests of Mr. Henry's parNewport, R. I. Tho latest thing to convention, with C I'. Arudbur, of ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Henry this retard official wireless communication lake is Clark lake, more than 50 miles Whun the week. of tho naval torpedo station and ships long, but narrow. This lako Is 220 feet liiillill count, secretary places race for delegate toUaltuuore was called Miss Sue Bandy spent the week end of tho Atlantic fleet Is tho largo num- above the ocean tides, but in ber of messages from girls smitten by Is more than COO feet leop. Itayman nominate! J I, Druin, of Nel- in Webster, the guest of Miss Mildred Tho region containing these intertho manly Jack tars of tho big ships. son county and Morris Heard, of Itreckm-ridge- . St. Clair. These maidens, living In Boston and esting volcanoes and lakes was tho J I) Wilnou, of Green county, Mrs. S. P. Parks, Mrs. W. J. Piggott other largo cities along tho coast, send scene of very early missionary endeavvvm nominated by J It. Sanders, hut and W.J. Vaughn, attended the Suntho most trivial messages to their sea- ors and trade exploitation by tho Rusafter four counties had been culled the day Scnool Association of the Bewley-vill- e faring friends. Ono of tho most ardent sians. Nevertheless llttlo exact knowllatter aitked that his name be withdrawn District, which met at Kosetta messages intercepted bero was from edge of tho region has been acquired, Magglo" to "Darling and that has been largely inaccessible 'Sweetheart in the interest of harmony. Friday. was implored to to tho public, so that tho recent InJack," in which Jack When Iayiiiau intioduccd a motion to John R. Wimp attended the State come to Boston as soon as ho could vestigations by tho United States geoinstruct the delegate, to the National Democratic Convention which met In becauso Magglo's heart was "Just logical survey, a report on which has Convention to vote for Majo for com- Louisville last week. molting away" for him and ho hadn't Just been published, should be welmitteeman, a motion wa made by former Mrs. Nannie Robertson, of Guston, is kissed her for so long her "lips were come CoinjrwuMiwu Dave Smith to kubntitute This report describes tho geographic here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. dry." tin name of Urey WtxxUou A motion Albert Ashcraft. Captain Williams, commanding the and geologic features and tho mineral the motion and amendment to table torpedo station, has incorporated many resources of an area covering more Jim Witts bungalow which is being of tho messages In a report. than 5,000 squaro miles lying west of w is lutt and the vote by counties called. Cook Inlet. Tho geology is treated at V ll.IlHl iiomiimU-- for the Credentials erected in Moremen Addition will shortly be ready for occupancy, considerable length, and so also tho Committee, withdrew nfter four counties Fine Son Arrives. prospective mlnoral resources, which Do not fall to write your friends to Courier Journal. Juid been called. aro copper, gold, sliver and petroleum. meet you "On The Pike" at the Fourth None of these minerals have yet of July Barbecue. The stork visited the home of Mr. been shipped from this district, but Fence Fund For Tho Miss Maggie Bandy and Poin Gallo- and Mrs. Lawreuco Lynch, ot Man, W. tho region may nevertheless somo day, Methodist Church Here way bpent Wednesday In Louisville, Va., on May the fourteenth, and left a become important commercially. The B. Y. P. U. will give n lawn fine boy, which they are both very Miss Mildred Babbage and Miss Ida proud. His name Is William Henry, In "Pa," asked the young hopeful, White have started a fence fund for party June 13th., from 7 to 10 on Mr. honor of his Win. II. "what does dining a la carte mean?" B. Herndon's farm. The public Is the Methodist church. They are anx J. Lynch, of Allen, Ky. The father did not know.buthe did nt ious to raise money enough to build a invited. wish to show his Ignorance, "It fence on the line dividing tho side yard means," he explained, "that is or It Louisville Evening Post from the alley. AH contributions will I means eating and Breckenrldge News in a lunch wagon." be gratefully received. one year $3.50. Judge. i RVINGTON ADDING DAYS TO HIS LIFE NATIVES AWED BY VOLCANO CHIP DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Graduate of Indiana Veterinary College Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist I and oiheo. 4 1 g, smoke-belchln- g All stock trparnrl fnr nil rlicnncna PKnnn , U4-- .:;!.,-.- . Olbco in Unrraors' Bank Building. Get acquainted With mtr ninPnooinn All ll Pn ...v.. ...j, t,.un,oouij. .im wiutj uiiswumuJ promptly. 9ft HARDINSBURG, KY. ? t 9 m m The Interests of Small Depositors Are not overlooked in this bank! Wo value small accounts, and do all wo can to make this class of depositors feel nt homo. Wo aro in a position to assist depositors in conservative waTs to develop their interests, and invito tho consideration of our facilities for rendering largo or small service in a satis- Con-tra- '"-- " factory .vay. FIRST STATE BANK, Lol-Isvil- le J. C. PAYNE, Cashier x Irvington, Ky. RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. 1 armor, are vou interested? k It Tf sn. poll nn tha , Kliza-hethtow- Company and havo him explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY - I j f A. h d. -- vftj a 8 '!i V1 J tiseixventin this spQcce and see if you demt irvcreaee your series a.t least ote-thir- d cA lth grand-fathe- r, $3.50 Subscribe Today! 1. ize JEFrllBLETON A Do You Get Up With a Lame Back? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver and ninuucr rcmeay, dc-I- i cause of its remark berries nnd by next Sunday the fruit will begin to ripen and the pickers will begin work by next Monday, Gon. Booth May Lose Anxious That Cloverport Organ- Sight. Cemetery Association, Would Be Encouraged By Former Residents Who Have Loved Ones Buried Here. Tuesday o last week Mr. Jeff Hambleton, of Henderson, was hero to see his father, Mr. Ed. Hnmbleton, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char. Llghtfoot. Mr. Hambleton said while visiting the Cloverport cemetery hero, that the thought occurred tb him how worthy it would bo for Cloverport to have a cemetery association. Mr. Hambleton spoke of it to several. Few men became Interested, but the women appreciated the need of It and thougrlt the association should be organized. Mr. Hambleton said that if the women would start the movement, he knew the men would stand by them. He said men willingly (when asked) always gave financial help to such causes. Mr. Hambleton suggests that the women of the churches get together and form the organization. More money should be expended yearly to Improve the condition of the Cloverport cemetery. "I have a friend who says that a town's character is judged by three things" said Mr. Ham bleton, "its churches, its schools and its Cloverport, like other cemetery". towns, is visited and judged every day. Those who are interested in the organization of such an association for the town, write to tho IJreckenridge News and give your views and ideas of how to start the movement. London, May 2. Tho physicians In able health restoring attendance on Gen. Booth of the Sa L properties. Swamp- - vatloo Army are afraid that the operaDnnt ri1l;1lil r - tion for a cataract has not been suc?kJ every wish in overcessful, ns anticipated. The left ae pain in the back, kid was inflamed at the time of the operancys. liver, bladder tion, but the Inthmmatlcn spread toxQ and every part of the day to the other eve, seriously jeopardurmary passage, it corrects Inability to izing its sight, hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or had effects following use of liquor, wine Executrix Notice. or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many "All persons having claims against times during the night. Swamp-Rois not recommended for the estate of Chester B. Beavln, deceaseverything but if you have kidney, liver ed, are notified to present or send them or bladder trouble, it will be found lust to the undersigned execu rix of his esthe remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice, and has tate, duly proven as required by law, proved so successful that a special ar on or before the 1st day of July, I9I2 rangement has been mndc by which all Mary A. Beavin, readers of this paper, who have not al Executrix of the estate of Chester B. it, may have a sample bottle ready tried sent free by mail, also a book telling Beavln, deceased P.O., Cloverport, more about Swamp-Roand how to Ky findoutifyouhavc kid A. ney or bladder trouble. Little George Dead When writlngmention reading this generous George Stewart, (colored) the grandoffer in this paper and send your address to son of Aunt Martha Brlddell, died i oitraTn-iictDr. Kilmer cc Lo., Thursday night. lie was thirteen Dinghamton.N.Y. The regulnr fifty-ceyears old, sadly afflicted, and very size bottles are sold by and all druggists. Don't make any mistake small. He was a good child and won but remember the name, Swamp-Rootho kindness of everybody. and the adDr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roodress, Binghaiuton, N. Y., on every bottle. PILES DEFY THE KNIFE I 1 MA COME TO JrL4 ot LOUISVILLE! Wc will Rebate Per Cent of Your Total Purchases Up to the Amount of Your 5 Round Trip Railroad Fare. I Ml ot ""J-- ... CLThis not only saves vou the cost of vour travelinoexpenses, but it also gives you the advantage of our big assortments ana extra low prices, wnicn we are enabled to quote by reason of our being affiliated with the great- . i est buying organization in the world. n-- u onc-loll- t, t, u 1 Each age of our lives 'has its joys Old people should be happy, and they will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are taken to strengthen the digestion and keep the bowels regular. These tablets are mild and gentle in their action and especially suitable for people of middle age and older. For sale by All Dealers. The Cause Of Their Formation SU11 Remains. Philadelphia, May 2S. Pres. Taft was so fatigued by his trip through One place where surgerv fails to New Jersey that this afternoon he permanent relief peacefully slept whllo hundreds look d bring of piles, because is in the even when the through the window of his car. evil tumors are cut away, the cause of The train bearing the President ar- their formation Mill remains. Thnt Dr. rived at Broad street station shortly c.iuie is poor circulation tho tablet before ii o'clock. The President, with edy that is taken inwardly and remgets his hands folded in his lap. reclined in right to the inside cauie HEM ROIDissoldfor $1 by A. R. a deep wicker chair near the window. His head rested against the cushioned Fisher, Cloverport, Ky., and all drug Money back if it fails. Dr. back and as his chest rose and fell, gists. Leondardt Co , Station B, Buffalo, N smiles flitted across his face. His sup- Y. Write for booklet porters, who breathlessly watched from tho outside, declared that he was dreaming that he had won New Jersey trea-merit Taft Has a Happy Dream DRY GOODS FURNITURE FOOTWEAR CAMPETS tjrftC7frCc"S'igT't3S:gg' MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR 9 A1MT nrtTTOin 5 FURNISHINGS 4$ imsessEssEsssssaHS BOaaESTCSBSKBHEraKSuZEKK i MADY s, !222EHE3XULUjra&3Z F Pal Garner, here Tuesday. of Hardlnsburg, was Mack Quiggins and Dennle Smitn convention attended the Sunday-schoo- l at Glen Dean last Wednesday. Miss Jewel Moore, who has been a student In the Normal at Bowling Green Is at homo for the summer, having made a certificate of first grade. Prof. Nick Mercer, of Dallas, Texas, is here visiting relatives. Jim Lampton has improved the appearance of his residence with a' new coat of paint Wiy M. Mercer has been repairing his residence. Will Moore uas in Leitchfield Thursday They have a splendid prayer meet ing at Antloch every Wednesday night Mrs. Lr B. Moore asks us to thank Mr, Babuage for the boost given her son, J F Moore. Mrs. Nora Hunter was the guest of her mother, Mrs. N. M.Marcer recent- m f j, Milt Miller was in Leitchfleld Satur- - York Sun. day It is now well known that not more Little Miss Anna May Wilson and than one case of rheumatism in ten requires any internal treatment whatever bro her, W.D., of Irvington, are guests Mr. and Mrs. All that is needed Is a free application of tholr of Chamberlain's Liniment and massag- W. D. Wilson. ing the parts at each application. Try Miss Jessie Frank spent a few dajs it nnd see how quickly it will relieve this week with relatives near Glen Sold by All Dean. the pain and runner Dealers Mrs. May Wright and littlo son, James, left Tuesday for an extended Harvey With Wilson Again visit with relatives in Texas. Miss Minnie Snapp spent last Sun Although interested, Col. George day with Mrs. John Marshall at liar- Harvey positively declined to afilrm or dlnsburg. deny a Washington rumor which was called to his attention yesterday after noon to the effect that he had been in that city within tho last few days for conference with Rep. H. D Clayton of Alabama and other Underwood Spreade: leaders. According to the report his purpose was to arrive at an understanding with the Underwood forces as to what had best be done to check the Champ Clark boom. And Col. Harvey is reported to have counselled a rally around Gov. Wilson as the best course for the Underwood men, who are beginning to favor a more radical candidate. New grand-parent- THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 fuNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR i An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. iTyvTTYTTT'lSWTMr?'"'TI?GrJ 40 3 YEARS Per Cent on Time Deposits Study Manure rs Before You Buy One P5 M'$ses Anna Laura Asklns and Anna McGary attended church at Hardins-bur- g Sunday and were guests of MUse Lillian and Athleen Shee. an at Kirk. Miss Ilallie Beatty closed her spring school Friday. The children enjoyed a nice treat. One of Mr. Forest is very sick. r You See This? So Miller's children St' Officers Are Chosen There is no real need of anyone being Chambertroubled with constipation. For The Federation. lain's Tablets will cause an agreeable movement of the bowels without any Mammoth Cave, Ky., May 30., The ' unpleasant effect. Give them a trial. " State Federation of Woman's clubs For sale by All Dealers. Wednesday afternoon elected the fol"BIG EIGHT" TO NATIONAL CONVENTION James 13. W. Beckhsra; Ollie M. J. C. James; Allie W Young; Justus Goabel; Ben Johnson; A. Owsley Stanley. ALTERNATES Walter L. Harkins; A. D. Martin; B. W. Bradburn; Ben V. Smith; M.M. RedwinejN. W. Utleyillerman South-all- ; J..A. Donaldson. t NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN J. C. 0. Mayo. E ELECTORS Robert Harding and II V. McChes- John C. C. Mayo; Gov. Mc-CrearSTATE-AT-LARG- THE lowing officers: Third Vice President Mrs. Morris Bartlett. Fourth Vice President Clay. Miss Laura of business, where you can see the machine, study it part by part, see how each part is made and how it does its work! Study spreaders at first hand. Go to the local dealer and have him show you an proper place to study manure spreader is at the local dealer's place Recording Secretary Mrs. J. A. Mitchell. Treasurer Mrs. Thos. Clay, Jr. ' Auditor Mrs. John Thixton Corresponding Secretary Miss Rebecca Averill. When your child has whooping cough careful to keep the cough loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the tough mucus and make it easier to expectorate. It has been used successfully in many epidemics and is safe and sure. For sale by AH Dealers, be A I H C Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Cloverleaf or Corn King Learn the advantages of an apron spreader. Learn what constitutes a steady, reliable feed and the importance of it. Learn tho reasons why different its work thoroughly. Learn the value of the service the dealer can give you. When you know manure spreaders we think you will buy an I H C spreader from your local dealer. He is the man to see International Harvester Company cf America CUcjgo I The farmers are very busy preparing their tobacco ground. Our Sunday School Is progressing nicely. The colored people gave a picnic here Saturday. Mrs. Montra Lyons and little son, James Franklin, and. Miss Marcclla Lyons are in Owensboro visiting. A large croud enjoyed the lecture and storeopticon viows by Rev G. C Wednesday Cromer, of Louisville, night. Kev. J. F. Knue returnod Thursday night after an absence of two weeks. Miss Ola New ton, who has spent tho vinter with Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Tarfork, has returned to her home In Daviess county. She was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Nellie Sherron, who will be her guost Hup-per- t, l Would Other People See Your Advertisement weeks. ( ; ney" materialsnnrre"used for different paiits, and why each part does H. M, goinery. ASSISTANTS Merideth and Charles STATiS CHAIRMAN Mont- - Kentucky Berry Patch Wedding bells arc ringing. We are triad to hear that Guy Day, who went to Louisville to undergo au operation for appendicitis, Is doing nicely. Mr. Will Frank is 111 at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Taul and children, Mrs. Elleu Bates and children and Miss Jessie Frank spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Taul. A r or oale 15 H. P. This engine is in good condition; has been run about 4 years nnd is a bargain tonnyono needing a stationary engine, lias all necessary pipei, ga&olino tank whioh holds about 30 gallons; hns detachable gasoline pump and a natuial gas attachment. Reason for fcolling entirely too large for my purpose. For further information call on or address J F. M. W ATKINS GAS dR GASOLINE ENGINE R. H. Vansant. A '' ftf iW' hprained ankle cured In from three plying Chamberlain's Liniment and ob- ton farm, a short distance from the serving the directions with each bottle. city, estimate they will secure for the For'sale by All Dealers. fruit grown on tha farm. This patch contains twenty acres in berries and COLORED CHILDREN'S DAY it is said tha banner crop of warren SERVICE county will be produced. WILL BE NICE It Is claimed that 4,000 crates of tha by luscious fruit will be the bearing on the Children's Day will be observed twenty-acr- e plot, which will mean a the eolorad Baptist churchon the third t).,rf nann hlDflinrrp-- total of 2.1,000 gallons. This one patch r' ... UMay iniunc. iui,w af It awl th.i scholars are getting up a will require 200 pickers. The blossoms are now rapidly developing Into green nice program. 1 (llowlluj? Uti'on Newb) cron of berries from one may as a rule be patch! This Is the amount of money to four days by ap- the owners of the crop on the CovingA 87.000 Texas Wonder. Iuumuric4 USA II C Service Bureau The nurposo of this Bureau Is to furnish free of cliarsu to all. the best Informatloi obtainable oil better farmliiL'. It sou )m any worth question coiiceniini: soils. croiis laud dr.ilnniiu. Irrigation, fertilizer, etc make jour Inqutrlus specific and ond tlitt; to I IIC Service Bureau, Harvester LSuud In. Chicago, USA T lvmaas3f1 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. Regulates bladder troubles la children. If not sold by vour druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is two month's treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by JN0. D. BABBACE, :: Cloverport, Ky. Job Work. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Don't Fall to See Us For Up-to-D- ate ( o and spent the afternoon with her father, Mr. Joe Faekler, returning home and made no complaint of anything JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher hurting her, and a short time after her husband arose Monday morning he saw Issued Every Wednesday. there was something the matter and calicd for help, but alas! She had breathed her last before any nne could net there. Nothing could seem sadder than to sec her lying dead. Mrs. Hardesty was born August 12, CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912 188g, was married to Henry Hardesty Nov. 8, I9IO, and died May 20, I9I2. She leaves a husband, a Fix weeks o!d Subscription price SI. 00 a year in ndvnncc. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional babe, a father, one sister and several brothers to mourn for her. She was insertion. burled the following day at Mt. MeCARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of rino. To know Mrs, Hardesty was to ove her. fne writer expresses her 10 cents per lino. for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money deepest sympathy. charged THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, The EIGHT PAGES. Traveling Public can make jour- WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber 1, l nnd 2 inches thick, 10, 12 anci 14 feet long; Dry preferred but will take it green from the saw, for which I will pay highest market price. 20,000 Feet No. 1 Common neys pleasant by I carry a completo stock of f V OBITUARIES Cooling, BUILDING MATERIAL Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed nnd Foundation Stone, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, Window nnd Door Framesand other Planing Mill work mado to order. CfirPC"tcring, Fainting, Plastering, Concreting, Stono nnd Brick Work at the lowest possible prices consistent with good workmanship nnd material. Prices and estimates on application. in advance. Examine the label on your paper. notify us. If it is not correct please $3 04 Reduced Rates. Cloverport to Evansville and return, account Evansville Courier Aviation Meeting June 0, 7 and S, I9I2. Dates of sale: June 6 and 7,' g!2. Return limit, June 10, l()ij. $2. 98 Cloverport to Louisville and return, account Kentucky Education Association, Juno 2s, 26 and 27, 1012. Dates of sale: June '24, 23 and 26, 191. Return limit, June 30, I9I2. I Courtesy to the newspapers can do more good for the public welfare than one ienlize. Remember, when a newspaper representanot tive onnis you by you for infoimation that you n public by the moicly favoring him, but you are giving satisfaction information. There is nothing thirt brightgiving the press teliiiblc ens the vun k of the prc-- more tlrin to have thoso on the list vho can he depended on to help furnish particulars and facts for the pa per 'n a v illi g, hcccii mc dating manner. It is a pleasure to think of the friend.--- of the Brcckcnridgc News in Clovcrport who me STEPHENSPORT glad to remind you of events and other items. Give to the nnd it shall be given unto you, and the same measure Rev. Cottrel, that you nivc ( ut courcy and kindness and truthfulms to ihaprcs, here Sunday. of Cloverport, preached the same shall be mensuiecl back to you again. Miss 1 s nl-w- Refreshing Drinks Ice Cream, Sodas, Cherry Cnniroric VsUUllalldt Sundaes or ChocoloteSoda Waters make a MARION ay- Hot Day Pleasant i gsiMigaiiiii over-assurance, WEATHERH0LT, Cloverport, Ky. & newt-pape- r m 5c Spent at the Soda Foun- The women of Clovcrport arc going to have u Woman's Club nnd every woman, young and old, should get thoroughly interested in it. The club will have several departments. There will bo no dues If you arc interestand nil expense.--, will be met by entertainments. ed, your name to E. S. in care of the Breckenridge Nevs. This club will ct eate a great public spirit and sentiment. Its benefits to Clovcrport are unlimited. all white. Such nt Lodiburg has been The made in all towns. Uncle Sam ought civic improven-f- . uts should le to set the example of cl nnlincss r.r.d attractiveness in his public buildat Lodiburg. ings. !Mis. Ida Nottingham is post-offic- e post-mistres- s J. B. Weaver said at the County Sunday School convention: "The two wemen who hove done moie for the Sunday School work in the State are Miss Nannie Lee Finysier and IVIis. "Walter J. (our Mrs. Pignott.) Pig-got- t, Montgomery, Bob Layman, The big four in the Fourth-W- ill Morris Benrr' and Judge Ilcniy Dellaven Mooiman. among neighbors will make a Clean Cloverport delightful, healthy town. and a tion The biggest thing in sight now in this county is the Foutth of .July Baibecue at Irvington. Ollie Jnmcs i:. nominate himself. apietty big man but ho wasn't big ircugh to Teddy is Things politically are scissing hot in Chicago today, still in the ring. If vou don't think this town is improving just take a stn 11 down in Cowheel. The Hon. Ben Johnson gave a few orders that were pu mptly obeyed. Dr. Milt Board is quiet but still in the ring. Julia Fella, of Holt, was the guest of Henrietta Shively last week. Mrs. Eddie Kroush, of Frymire, was in town Thursday. Miss Francis Severs, of Union Star, was the guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith Tuesday. Mr. Fella, of Holt, was in town Thursday. Mrs. I D. Hawkins left Saturday for Danville where she will attend the graduHtion exercises of her son, Jamx ie Hawkins. Robert Ilammon, of Cloveruort, is the guest of his uncle, Mr. P. D. Hawkins. Mrs. C. J. Perkins and son, L J. Perkins, and Mrs Sam Stites, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell Sunday. H A. Basham and daughter, of Lodiburg were in town Thursday. Buhrman Dowell returned home from Valparaiso Wednesday. Mrs. F. C. Ferry and son, of Louis-E- . ville, are visiting Mr.' and Mrs II. Mller this week. Lionel Connor came home Saturday night to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Connor. Mr. and Mrs. A. B Cashman, of Union Star, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Barbee Sunday. Miss Lillian Cart, of Union Star, was in town Monday shopping. Mrs Will Dowell and daughter, Virginia, of Union Star, were in town Thursday seeing friends. Prof. McCoy and wife returned home to Cloverport Saturday. Miss Nannie Hall, of Union Star, re turned home last week after visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. R. A. Smith is visiting in Har-dinsbur- g. I tain is never missed, but brightens and Stimulates The Sinking of The Titanic Hero was a vessel which embodied nien'd jrieatest ekill ond ingenuity in ship kiildinjr, starting out on her maiden voyage across the ocean. Her builders, her captain, her crew and every passenger had absolute faith in the staunchness of this great ship; but there was and because of this, carelessness, not enough life boats were provided. The last orders from the bridge of the Titanic before she made her final plunco into the mighty ocean was "WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIKST" The sea of life is no less perilous; filled with as many icebergs and obstacles; human life is as uncertain as the voyage of the Titanic. Take warning pro"Modern society has no more staunch vide life boats. life boats than those provided by a life insurance policy with the "a body" While you are in Irvington visit our Handsome Soda ' Fountain to par- Only a few minutes take of f "A Pleasure that Lingers" IRVINGTON Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. PHARMACY, Irvington, :: The Leading Annual Dividend Company. Organized 1845 Kentucky i DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman, uarcunsDurg, ny. terly meeting at Holt Saturday. Miss Minnie Morris attended quar- averaged at least seven cents weighed at the distilleries from whence they were shipped. This represents about the largest Carrithers cattle transaction ever made in this Of Cattl- e- Watkins part of Kentucky and the cattle & Co. Sell 3,000 Head of Slop brought something like $250,000. There was quite a nice profi. to the firm who day, May 28. Cattle At Big Prices. handled them, running up into the Write Louis Jolly'about the Free Trip thousands. Etown News. to Niagara Falls given by the manage, Mr. Taylor Watkins of this city inment of the lth July Barbecue, Irvingforms the News that his firm of WatMrs. Hardesty Dead. ton. kins Carrithers k. Co. have disposed of their 1,&00 head of slop cattle at Fiscal Court. Raymond, June 3. (Special) This and have also disposed of The Fiscal Court will meet next the 1200 in which they had a half in- neighborhocd never was more shocked terest at Carrollton and about 100 out than they were when the news was reJune 7 ut Hardinsburg to pass on of the COO they have at Frankfort. One ceived that Mrs. Llllio Hardesty was smallpox claims. Squire Geo. Harris requests that all persons in his district car load was sold at Chicago at ?S.OO dead. She and her husband and baby at- - j who have claims file them with him nnd and one at Pittsburtf at $7.00. These were the top pries but the entire 3,000 tended church at Payneville on Sunday he will take care of them. 1MSALE up Gardner Hawkins loft for Danville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French and daughter, Belva Jane, returned home from Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. Jas. Crawford is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. S. English, Jr., of Amnions. Several here attended the funeral of Mr. Letch Brown at Sample Tues- Fri-da- y, Mrs. Joel H. Pile has returned from Louisville. ATHLETICS In the Circuit Conrt last week the fol Mrs. Allen Adkisson returned from lowing cases were disposed of: J W. Irvington Monday. Meet Defeat-B- ut No Better Boys Carman & Co. vs the Breckenridge Tie Jas. H. Gardner went to Louisville Co., judgement for the plaintiff for Monday. In The Baseball World-Th- ey $143; Dennie Sheeran vs L H. & St. Claude Mercer and his stenographer Have Victory BeforeThem and L. R. R. Co., judgement for plaintiff and M. H. Beard are in Hartford takfor $100 for killing stock; Mrs. Tousey ing depositions this week. Will Get It. vs The Columbia Life Insurance Co., F. Beard & Co. are getting ready B. judgement for the plaintiff forflOOOand Marion Weatherholt's Athletics went interest; J. W. Kennedy vs Brecken- for their annual Red Tag Sale. Watch ridge & Meade County Insurance Co, the News next week for their ad. to Hardinsburg Saturday and had a Beard Bros, have 75 acres of tobacco a me with judgement for plaintiff for $540. tbe Hardinsburg Ju iors. land ready for setting. First class repairs of watches, etc , The score was 7 to 1 in favor of the Miss Maude Smith is at Mr. and Mrs. and a fine first class line of watches, latter team. The Athletics are: Muriel John Nevitt's at Basin Springs. silverware, spectacles, Jewelry and Morrison, Albert Perkin, Joe D. Needles, shuttles, Bodkins, Rubber musical instruments and findings at T, Belts for every kind of sewing machine. Morrison, Walter Weisenberg, Harry C. Lewis. Berry, Forrest Weatherholt, O. K. spun oil at T. C Lewis. Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard's Moorman, Virgil Bowlds, Jess Hall, Mrs. J. B. Gibson, of Basin Springs, room bungalow is progressing Bishop, has been the guest of her mother at F.lmer Hoflbus, Clarence nicely. Leonard Weatherholt. This is one of Oakland. the best teams in the country and does Mrs A. Marshall went to Basin Things are veiy quite around the not play on Sunday. Monday night Mr. Springs Monday to visit her daughter, Weatherholt and his Athletics attended Mrs. J. B. Gibson. Mrs. Marshall is in Court House. poor health. you want good meats and ice try the Methodist meeting in a bod3' and a If good uud rare sight it was to see so The Hon Gus Brown, Judge Henry Dowell & Brown. many boys together in church. DeHaven Moorman, Dent Brown, John Skillman & Beard are busy with their Mr. Weatherholt hns fine influence T. Hoben and Herbert Beard are in ' Fair Catalogue. over his boys and he would make a Elizabethtown on legal business. Write Louis Jolly about the Free Trip splendid Scout Master, if he had time The college buyb are at work splitting to Niagra Falls given by the managig to devote to Scout work which is being wood at 20 cents a cord and earning ment of the 4th July Barbecue n carried on in every city and progressive 81.5 to $2 a day. Good boys. Irvington. own in the connrtry. J 1 I. W.'$ new-seve- n i I ! Free Trip To I NiaLgaLra AND ALL EXPENSES PAID TO Falls 1 The Most Popular Young Lady in Breckenridge and Adjoining Counties CONTEST WILL BE HELD AT THE fi 11 'j P FOURTH OF JULY BARBECUE AT IRVINGTON, KY. Write Louis Jolly for Particulars m, .,-- ii ; Owentboro Tue?dy the guest of Miss Francis Smith. N. H, Qulgclns returned home from WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1912 Hardinsburg Friday after being on the jury two week. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Mr. acd Mrs, Edwin Wroe and baby, ADVERTISING BY THE of Flemlngsburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wroe. Miss Elolso Nolte, who has been atGENERAL OFFICES tending college in Louisville, will arNEW YORK AND CHICAGO rive home today. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Miss Jennie Mabel Harris, of Louisville, arrived Wednesday to vls't lUTEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Misses Eva and Edith Plank. Rev, Lewis, John Burn, Ira Behen 2.50 and J no. D Babbage attended the con. Precluct and city Offices For $ 6.00 ventlon at Webster Saturday. For County Offices 16.00 tMrs Keith avid granddaughter,Anna Offices For State ntul District 10 Elizabeth Keith, were Li Owensboro per Hue For Calls, 10 last week with Mr. J. Proctor Keith. For Cards, per line InterFor Alt Publications in the Frank Moorman has a position in est of Individuals or expression Edison Gibson has his Louisville. 10 pf Individual views per line place at the shops telegraph station. Miss Lucy Patterson, who has been In the millinery store of Miss Evelyn (T Hicks, left yesterday for Terre Haute, Ind. LOCAL BREVITIES Mm. Cottrell will be hostess to the Ladles Missionary Society of the Baptist church at the parsonage next Mon-daafternoon. Fresh fishatWelsenberger's. Dr. H. D. Moorman, of Aurora, III., Mobile, Vivian Pierce has gone to attended the Dental meeting in Louk-vlll- e Ala. and visited his relatives In Glen Rev. Cottrell went to Louisville Mon- Dean Inst week. day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moorman and son, Mrs. Wick DeHaven was in Holt SatJackson Harpole, of Louisville, were urday. guests of their mother, Mrs. Sallie Arthur Daugherty was In Louisville Moorman Sunday. Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Lishen Tousey was in Miss Stella Weatherholt was In Louis- Hardlnsburg last week and received ville Thursday. judgement from the court In her case Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Smith have moved against the insurance company. to Stephensport. Miss Nina Willett attended the wedding at Shelbjvllle. A Mr. and Mrs. Raymond May were In special interurban car carried a large Louisville Monday. Mrs. Frank Mattlngly is visiting re- party of guests to the wedding. Miss Mamie DeHaven attended the latives at Princeton. who has been ill for commencement exercises of Norton's Mrs. B. Elder, Infirmary where Miss Jane Hamblesome time, Is better. took every honor given the class. Mrs. John David Gregory was in ton The Cloverport Ice Co, closed u deal Louisville last week. U. S. Government Monday to Mrs. William Ashby and daughter with the furnish 5,000 pounds of ice a week to were In town Monday. i the surveying crew that is at work east Aluminum Collapsible Drinking Cups of town. from one cent up Nolte. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Annie Miss Lucy McGavock spent the week- Murray, went toLouisville Monday end with relatives in town evening to visit Mr. and Mrs George Fried fish served at all hours of the Wolf. Mr. Wolf and family will leave day at the English Kitchen. soon for Montgomery, Ala., where he John Gregory, of Louisville, is the has entered busine;s. !&"- omect nf Mrs. fMvde Morrison. John D. Babbage, Jr , who spent Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy have re- two weeks vacation with his parents, will arrive In Atlanta this week, where turned home from Union Star. Mr. Vaughan was the guest of Mr. he will engage in the real estate business with the Colonial Hill Company. and Mrs. Chas. Tanner Sunday. His office is at 142G Candler Building. Misses Lucile Berry and Lottie Maurice Vincent, the little fourteen spent Sunday in Howell. months old son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H Mrs. Abe Skillman and Miss Margaret Quiggins, while out playing last WedSkillman have been in Louisville. nesday slipped away through a broken Robert E. Moorman, of Glen Dean, fence to the next yard and got a,severe was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sun- fall, injuring his right hip and has not day. been able to walk for several days, but Misses Martha Miller and Jeannette is doing nicely. Burn will go to Louisville this week for a day. Miss Jane Hambleton, of Louisville, TRIUMPHANT DAY arrived home Saturday night to spend rtX' a month. Continued from uqro West Point, p Mr. Dick Skillman, cf Mrs. Wallace 2:15 Graded Instruction W J.Vaugh n ('. .has been visiting Mr. and 2:40 Missionary Plans, m r Skillman. Mrs. Tom Gregory last Information was received here 2:50 Purity,... Mrs. R. L McGlothlan i week of the death of Joe Ray, who lived Song -- Linear town. Dr. S. P. Parks 3:03 Temporance Arthur Campbell and Ottis Basham 3:20 What can be done with our have issued bills for an ice cream supHome Department, Miss Eva Carrigan per at Dukes. Measuring a Sunday school, H. V. Harris, of Louisville, made a 3:5 W.J. Vaughan , 'business and social visit here Sunday 1:1.") Report of Committees. and Monday. 4:25 Installation of Officers, J. B. Weaver Gen. David R. Murray, of IndianaAdjournment. polis, visited his daughter, Mrs. Fred Ferry Sunday. The following resolutions were adopt- &e Breckenridge News Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, grandmother, and Aunt .Mary, and then the quaint picture? of father and mother taken just after the war money couldn't buy I hem from you. Arc you forgetful of the fact that future generations would cherish just frtich pictures of you? At Cloverport this week, nnd nt Irvington Monday. 8 g MT Wa Wanted A. rt Yotinr .Man ft t uni . a irffJL Notice the youim man is to 25 years old ml iittnml In fin tin. furm HilnRH urounit llio houo. do nnvtlilna Hint t to bo done mood salary I'llAMC F.NUI.1SII, Skillman, Ky. y ANTED to work crotch of OST8llvri Silver Pin pin with "9. I M. C." on It. Kinder return to N'owi Otllcu. Lost mtWrnt I this .i I nv TiMlg' TIV k t For Sale Pension Certificates tlio News PENSION CETIimOATK-A- t olllcp. An exact copy of tlioso liml hy tho l'pmlon Olllce. Uct 0110 now beforo they arc nil gone For Sale Store House tho IYi V llnuso nnd lot on tlmp. Turnpike1. l'rlci I'nr imrtlc r - r- " .. T7o .i'iiiIi 3flnn wruojAH baiiijIK, viuverport, Ky. tf th. v 5y mi M yw- VW K5 J. Union Suit It is C. G. BRABANDT ..:..... I iil-i- closed No seam, buttons or opening in the crotch. Perfectly smooth, elastic, comfortable. No binding, bunching or chafing. The TOR SALE ROOM HOUSE I PlIOTOOHAl'HKIt Closed like a pair of drawers. Christian work. "Respectfully submitted, "Mrs. J. K. Wimp, "Mrs. G. L. Bruner, "Rev. E. Lowls, "Eva Carrlgiin." NOTES House with nice ve. COR PAI.R A 1 rauda and good outbuild I iir: it wo Lund acres of roou land rlRlit lit tho railroad stutUin. A iprlng near hy. A Rood Dlaro fornsrocurv atnrcnr u lilnrksmlth shop THi proportv ..isnt Kockvalu.lttpckln. . pHini.nn.li !.. .! ....! call un or address moat Itockvali1, Ky. 20 nerer-fiiUln- .1 II AUIIItEY Tor Sale 11 horse power stationery SAI.H-Gas hiuliR'i Wutklns mike. In good ro- piir. iirecKcnriaRo News, uioterron. White Cat Union Suit with Klosed Krolch (Patented) COU A y ly Tor Sale pOKSAI.E-Depa- s, .Mortitnttesutid all kinds The County Sundiiy school Convenof lecul blanks. llrickenrtdge News, in Webstar Satur- Cloverport, Ky. tion which convened day, June 1, wits, in the words of oto the State workers, the best ever held cznoEZD o o o cznorzz) in Brcck'nridgc county. There were from almost every representatives BALL MILLER school in tho county, and these with to the State workers filled the church overflowing. & is the first really comfortable union suit. You will never know real underwear satisfaction till you try it. Come and let us show it to you. J. C NOLTE & BRO. Cloverport, Ky. Livery, Webster people never do things by halves. The church was In gain having recently been given n new dress of piint, both inside and out; her walls being attired in a most becoming suit of tobacco brown paper. The music rendered by the most excellent choir of the congregation was most inspiring. This congregation is for.unate In possessing what few country churches have a piano and an organ. The convention was presided over by Breckinridge county's most worthy president, Mr. T. B. Henderson, than whom there is none better within tne State. The mqrning session of the convention was somewhat hampered in its proceedings by cause of the delay of th9 west bound pissenger train, nd the consequence was the hue un ival of som of those on the program. The most excellent paper on the cradle roll, by Mrs. Hot Drane, showed her to be capable of handling this aepartment e, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, Ky. cznoizzfoircfolfclzioEi3l : ALL ARE BENEFITED A j ottng ui.in upon being asked why he did not open a bank account said: "Oh, banks are for rich people " "NV said his adviser, "it is quite the reverse; it is true that the banks help the wealthy mini because without them he could not handle his nioiiej but they help the poor man to make and save his nionej. His meagre deposits, made while he is at the foot of the ladder, are safely preserved for him. After he has shown himself to be n saer and has establised himself at the bank, they loan him money with which to make more money. The bank helps the wealthy man tnke care of his money, but it helps the poor man MAK15 his." Ma-then- i 1 " - - Richard Wathen was here from ed: "We thank our Heavenly Father fcr the perfect day.for His many temporal &nd Don't Forget When INSURING W spiritual blessings, and for the association with His children in this Sunday-schoo- l interdenominational work and its influence on character building, among the young people especially, offer the following suggestions: "We heartily endorse the advanced that you can bo robbed as well methods now In vogue and would nrrrn that more attention be as your property burnt up. given the Adult organized class work and your busiProtect yourself Cradle Roll. We further recom ness with one of our policies. and the mend trained teachers for all grades Wo write all form of Burglar and suggest teacher training classes s provide literaInsurance. and that for the teacher's information as ture well as for the entertainment of the young. We would urge a regular observance of Missionary Day with a Bonds special program or some feature to emphasize the Importance of the work. "We approve the temperance work and unre all Christians to live so that Deeds, Mortgages and other all may know that they have been with Legal Papers written and the Master, "We wish to express appreciation to all forms of acknowledgethe good people of this church and comments taken. munity for their cordial reception and for the bountiful provision for the In- nerman. "We thank the musicians for their contributions to the success of this Marion convention. 'We also desire to thank our State workers who have brought us a mesclmiprt,A I sage from their ripe experience in Sunday-school- boys and girls of school age in Ilreckin-ridg- e county that are unsaved? Have you ever determined what was your work in the Master's vineyard? What is your duty to the boys and girls in your county who know not the King? You may not cross the ocean, And heathen lands explore Hut you may live for those about you: You may find the heathen at your door. Haptists, Methodists, Presbyterians and Episcopalians, let us all join hands in the inarch through Hrcckinridgc for the unsaved children of our county. The remaining topics on the program were handled in a most able and clllcient manner. A most impressive and marvel feature work In a most effof Suuday-schoo- l of the day was the installation of the icient manner. Mrs l'iggott's talk on the elementary newly elected otllcers by Mr. J. It. department was in her usual enthusiastic Weaver. vein and quite up to the standard of excellence. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDDERS The subject of ''Our Assets and Liabilities" as handled by the State presi FOR RENT OF SPRINGS, 1912 dent. Mr. 15. Weaver, was listened to with intense interest Mr. Weaver said U. S. District Court in part: "The assets of a firm organiza- Lillian C. Nielson, Coinplaintant tion or corporation is whatever is owned Versus by the same. Their liabilities arc what- Tar Springs Sanitarium ever debts or obligations are contracted Company and others - - Defendants by the-- firms or men." Hy order of court. I hereby aihertise convention, is the for bidders for the use of the Tar Springs The Sunday-schoSanitarium Company's property for the bringing together of the Sunday school. remainder of theyc.tr I9I2. The renter Capitalists from all over the country to gets the use of fifty acres of land, the day to cast up our accounts in the great- hotel and cottages and all furniture and est business of this world the business other personal property on the grounds nnd formerly used; which means the of the King. In the religious world are plant ready for operation, as it now you doing what is shown by your balance stands. I will rent the property to the highest sheet? What cause have you for hapat piness? Dr E V. Mullins once asked and best bidder, in public outcry, at the courthouse door Ilardinsburg, Ky ,on a class of little children what they had .Monday, June u, iyi at one o cIock p to be thankful for; one little tot said she in.,for cash or bond with adequate secur was thankful for her curly hair; another ity, llio property to be rented is worth more than iMO.OOO, and affords a ereat was thankful because her eyes were blue; opportunity for some one to make big and when he asked a boy who was snub money tins season. 'I here are tloens ot nosed, cross eyed, freckled face, and attractive features of this proposition crowned with a shock of red hair, what that I cannot mention here. Write or see, at once. R, O Perkins, he was thankful for.the boy said: "Well, Receiver, Cloverport, Ky.; R. A. sillier, He well nigh ruined inc." God writes Atty., Owensboro, Ky ; or Henry De every ones' character upon the faces of Ho en Moorman, Hardinsburg Ky. R O. 1'KRKINS, his creatures. The sunny face is but the CI.OVKRI'ORT, KY. shining reflectipn of the happy life within. The happiest people in the world ought to be the Christian people, for this is our world. The children, the greatest BIG SPRINGS asset of the home, the state, the nation, for so swiftly does the shuttle fly in and out the fabric of time that too boon the Miss Apnes Ilyncs has returned from child of today Is the man of tomorrow. Russellvllle where she has been a stuHow shall wc reach the three thousand dent at Iogan College since last Sepe ol START AX ACCOUNT WITH THIS HANK. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburjr, Ky. IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce it Lighter mid more Uniform QuiiHty, Got irrpiitcr results with lets effort; want your Imkiiiir to be ntifaction to yourself and a delight to your family 11 Then It Use Lewisport Best will do all this Flour jruar-antce- and more. Every Mick d LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK Mrs. Jack Collins and daughter, Miss Pearl, went to Flaherty ThursMr. and Mrs. Jim Brown, Payne-vill- e, day. T. W. Scott, of Vine Grove, spent Wednesday hero. Pierce Hardaway, 6f Bewloyvllle, attended tho Mason lodge Friday night. Rev. King left Tuesday for a ten days' visit with his daughters, Mrs. Topping and Miss Leo King, of Peoria, 111. week. visited relatives here Sunday. Willis Chappell and C. L. Avltt their tobacco at Irvington last Miss Payne and Mr. Frank Amnions, of Amnions, tember. W" NaNa Fire, Tornado, Plate Carpenter AND Glass, Fidelity Contractor MaV furnished on now work or on repairs. Give mo show on your Estianitec" 11 job. Hest of loferences Weatherholt Leslie Pool Hardinsburg, Ky. -- wJ Harned, of Vine Grove, was here Friday. Mc Russell, of Louisville, was the guest of J. B. Carter Sunday. Lowis Clarkson has secured a position at Howling Green. Herman Harnett spent Sunday at Custer. Miss Acnes Hynes spent Wednesday in Louisville with her uicle, C. 11. Moorman. Gus Richardson, of Guston, was here Friday to see his sister, Mrs. Julia Clarkson. Mesdames A. D. McCans, Dick Clarkson and John English, of Eliza bethtown, were here last week to see Mrs. Julia Clarkson and ether relatives. Rev. Wlnchell and wife, of I?' ron, spent Sunday here. J. H Mrs. Kitty Wimp, of Owensboro, Is Mrs. Van with her granddaughter, Nelson. Rev. Odis Penlck will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday. Foot Race. Louis Jolly an 1 Hurry Couniff hnve entered for u foot race at the 4th of July Barbecue at Irvingtou. Thisproui-ise- t to be the exciting event of the day. Roth yotuiK men are fust steppers, spent Saturday night at Sam Ater's. Mrs. Blanche Lewis, of Ammons visited her aunt, Mrs. W. L. Black Sunday. Mrs. James Stiir and son, Union Stara were the week end visitors of Mra. Correase Knott. The friends and relatives of Mrs. Thomas Hall, together with her met here on last Thursday to observe Decoration day. After partaking of a delicious dinner they all went to the grave-yarand decorated the graves of their relatives and friends. After which all went to the church and listened to a very touching talk made by Rev. I. C Argabrlght. None seemed to enjoy the day more than did Mrs. Hall There were one hundred In attendance. d RAYMOND NEWS e, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hardesty, Sandy Hill, and Miss Kuth Klder, Mooley-vlllMr. and Mra. J. H. Avltt, of took dinner with Buddy" Hardvisited their daughter, Mrs. Henry Cashman, Sunday. esty Sunday. Kenfro Knott and family spent SunMrs. Ottis HtitT and son, Melvin, and Miss Edith Knott attended the S. S. day with their ptrents, Mr. ami Mrs. ueo. uardesty, 01 fayueviue. Convention at Webster Saturday. Lodi-bur- Write Loulu Jolly abjut the Free Trip to Niagara Falls niveu by the management of the 4th July Barbecue Irving-to- n. g, J "Confound you!" trouble," grumbled the half asleeper. f ? EXCUSE ME! Novelized from Iho Comedy of tlioSamo Name By Rupert ILLUSTRATED iluhcs Trom Phototrapha el Produced the Plaj Dy Henry W. Savale Tho porter lured him on: "Is you sho' you got ono?" Wedgowood was wide awako now, and surly as any Englishman before breakfast: "Of cawso I'm shaw. How dare you?" "Too bad, but I'm 'bleeged to asK you to glmmo a pock nt it." "This Is an outrage!" "Yassah, but I Just nachelly got to sco it." Wedgowood gathered himself together, and ransacked his many pockets with Increasing anger, muttering under his hrenth. At length ho produced tho tickot, nnd thrust it at the porter: "Thah, you idiot, aro you convinced now?" Tho porter gazed Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, VV. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "1 suffered from womanly mamennBaBmiBaia Ooprrlglit, I ell, by II. K. Fly Co. CHAPTER A XV. at the billet with troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new wotnan. Cardui saved my lifel All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." tub on this beastly train?" Wedgewood almost fell out of bed with the shock of this news. "Wo do not carry tubs no, sah. There's a lot of tubs In San Francisco, though." "No tub on this train for four days!" Wedgewood sighed. "But whatever does ono dd In tho meanwhile?" "Ono just waits. Yassah, one and nil waits." "It's ghahstl. that's what it la, Is no DO YOU TO a farm or business? If you do you nmy find just wlint you need in this department. If you r interested in any of tho following properties, writo us at once for owner's nnmo and nddro?s. If nono of those places suit you, write u Mt onco tcllinc us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU WANT IT nnd Ictus introduce you to tho man who has tho VERY Estate Real WANT BUY Department PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. p ij H Premature Divorce. Suddenly Marjorlo's heart gavo n leap of Joy. She was having another Idea. "I'll toll you, Harry. We'll pretend to quarrel, and then " "And then you can leave me In high dudgeon." The ruso struck him as a mile unconvincing. "Don't you think It looks kind of Improbable on on such an occasion?" move." lieves aches and pains due Marjorio blushed, and lowered her "You may decline, but you move sugto womanly weakness, and eyes and her voice: "Can you porter said, reachjust the same," tho gest anything hotter?" helps nature to build up ing out for his various bags and car"No, but" ryalls. "The train moves and you weak women to health and "Thon, we'll have to quarrel, darl- move with it." Thousands of strength. ing." Wedgewood stood fast: "You had Ho yieldod for lack of a better no right to put mo iu here in the timm fnttnrl fnrrlnl iimmiin Idea: "All right, beloved. How shall first place." to be a real life saver. Bj wo bogin?" Tho portor disdained to refute this wny nui iusi h iui yuui On closo approach, the Idea did slander. He stumbled down the nisi seom rnthor lmpowlblo to her. "How with tho bundles. "It's too bad, it's case? Take Cardui today! could I ever nuarrol with you, my sutt'nly too bad, but you sholy must love?" iho cooed. come along." Ho gazed at her with a rush at Wodgewood followed, gesticulating lovely tenderness: "And how could I violently. on this cah." ever peak crossly to you?" wait how dare you! And "Her Mallory jumped as if he had been "Wo never phall havo a harsh word, that berth is made up. I don't want shot. "Good Lord, I remember! We shall we?" sho resolved. go to bed now!" to left 'em in tho tnxicab!" "Never!" he seconded. So that "Allsta Ticket says, 'Go to bald!'" The porter cast his hands up, and resolution pained the house "Ot ail the disgusting countries! walked away from tho tragedy. don't stared at Mallory In horror. They held hands in luxury a while, Heah, portor put that thah heah." Hung his load anywhere The "We had so littlo time to catch the then she began again: "Still, we must and absolved himself with a curt, "1's train," Mallory stammored.. Marjorio protend. You start it, love." got otha passongors to wait on now." leaped to her feet: "I'm going up In you start It," he pleaded. "No, "I shall certainly report you to the the baggage car." "You ought to," she beamed. "You company," the Englishman fumed. "For the dog?" got me into this mess." "Yassah, I p'sumo so." "For my trunk." The word slipped out. JIallory "Have I got to go to bed now? Heal-ly- , And now Mallory annihilated her started: "Moss! How Is it my fault? I " but tlie porter was gone, ana completely, for he gasped: "Our Good Lord, are you going to begin the irate foreigner crawled under his trunks are on tho train ahead!" chucking It up?" curtains, muttering, "I shall write a Marjorie foil back for ono momont, "Well, you must admit, darling," Marjorie urged, "that you've bunglod letter to tho London Times about then bounded to her feet with shrill this." commands: "Porter! Porter! I want everything pretty badly." To add to bis misery, Mrs. you to stop this train this minute!" It was so undeniable that he could came from the Women's Hoom, The portor called back from tho only groan: "And I suppose I'll hear and as she pussed him, she prodded depths of a berth: "This train don't thiB till my dying day, dearost." of Marjorio had a little temper all her him with ono sharp elbow and twiBted stop till tomorrow noon." own. So she defended it: "If you are the corner of her heel into his llttlo Marjorio had strength enough for so afraid of my temper, love, perhaps toe. He thrust his head out with his only ono vain protest: "Do you moan you'd better call It all off before it's llercest, "How daro you!" But Mrs. to say that I've got to go to San FranWhltcomb was frosh from a protoo late." cisco in this waist a waist that has "I didn't say anything about your longed encountor with Mrs. Wellingseen a whole day in Chicago?" temper, sweetheart," Mallory insisted. ton, and she Hung back a venomous Tho best consolation Mallory could "You did, too, honey. You said I'd glare that sent tho Englishman to offer was companionship In misery. chuck this up till your dying day. As cover. He pushed forward one not too im Tho porter reveled in his victory till maculate cuff. "Well, this Is the only If I had such a disposition! You can stay here." She rose to her teot. Ho he had to dash out to the vestibule linen I have." pressed hor back with a decisive mo- to give vent to hilarious yolps ot "Don't speak to me," snapped Martion, and domanded: "Where are you laughter. When he had regained jorie, beating her heels against tho he came back to Mallory, and floor. going?" "Up in the baggage car with bent over him to say: "But, my darling!" "Yo' berth Is empty, sah. Shall 1 Snoozlouins," she sniffled. "He's the "Go away and leave me. I hate only one that doesn't llnd fault with make it up?" you!" Mallory nodded, and turned to me." Mallory rose up, and stumbling Mallory was stung to action by this with a sad, "Good night, darl- down tho aisle, plounced into berth crisis: "Wait," ho said. He leaned ing." number three, an allegory of despair. Tho porter rolled his eyes again, out and motioned down the alley. About this time, Littlo Jlmmie Well"Porter! Wait a moment, darling. and turned away, only to be recalled ington, having completed moro or less by Marjorio's voice: "Porter, Portor!" take chaotic preparations for sleep, lound this old handbag out ot here." The porter nrrlted with a that ho had put on his pyjamas blanket in his hands, and his usual ' The porter thought of tho vanforemost. After vain efforts to quished Lathrop, exiled to tho smok- whirl round quickly and get at his "Yassah!" Beckoning him clo3or, Mallory mum- ing loom, and he answered: 'That be- own buck, he put out a frowsy head, bled in a low tone: "Is there an ex longs to tho gemman what owns this and called for help. berth." tra berth on this car?" "Say, Porter, Porter!" The porter's eyes seemed to re"Put it In number one," Marjorio "I'm still on the train," answered buke his ears. "Does you want this commanded, with a queenly gesture. the porter, coming into view. upper mado up?" Tho porter obeyed meekly, wonder"You'll havo to hook me up." ing what would happen next. Ho had "No of course not." Tho porter rendered what aid and no sooner deposited Lathrop's valise "Ex excuse me, I thought" correction ho could In Wellington's "Don't you dare to think!" Mallory among the incongruous white ribbons, hlppopotamlno toilet. Wellington was thundored. "Isn't there another low- than Marjorio recalled him to say: just wide enough awake to discern "And, porter, you may bring mo my tho undisturbed er berth?" Ho Tho porter breathed hard, and gavo own baggage." whined: "Yo what missus?" this bridal couple up as a riddle that "Say, porter, that Aren't followed no known rules. He went to "Our handbags, idiot," Mallory ex- they going to flop tho find the sleeping car conductor, and plained, peevishly. Tho porter shook his head sadly. "I ain't seen no handbags or roturned with tho inlormatlon that "Don't look llko that Hopper's a'goln porter protested. "You-al- l tho diagram showed nobody assigned tho to flip. That dog-obridal couplo is to number three. "ii't havo no handbags when you got dono divorced a'ready!" "Thon I'll take numbor three," said Malloiy, poking money at tho porter. CHAPTER XVI. .And still tho porter could not under-utanOf course you uso an antiseptic in your Good Night, All! "Now, lemme onderstan' family and in the care of your own perTho car was settling gradually into ho stammered. "Doos you both movo son, nnd you want the best. peace. But there was still some murInstead of what you have been using1 mur and drowsy energy. Shoes conover to nuinba threo, or doos yo' yo' such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or lady remain hcah, wbllo jest you peroxide, won't you please try I'axtlne, tinued to drop, heads to bump against a concentrated autlbeptic powder to bo upper berths, the bell to ring now "Just I proambulute, you black dissolved in water as needed. and thon, and ring again and again. hound!" Mallory answorod, in a Tho porter paid littlo heed to it; Paxtino is moro economical, more threatening tone. The porter could cleansing, more germicidal nnd moro ho wbh busy making up uumbor tlvo undorstand thnt. at loast, and he healing than anything you over used. (Ira Lathrop'a berth) for Marjorio, briatlod away with a meek: "Yessah. who was making what preparations .Numba threo Is yours, Bah." sho could for hor trousscauless, Tho troubled features of tho dogless llrst night out. portor cleared up ns by magic Finally tho Englishman, who had alwhen ho arrlvod at numbor threo, for most rung tho boll dry of electricity, ANTISEPTIC thoro ho lound his tyrant and shoved from his berth his Indlguant tho English invador. In tho toilet to cleanse and whiten undignified head. the teeth, remove tartar and prevent nnd resounded with thoOnco more the Ho' remombored how indignantly cry of "Paw-tah- ! decay. To disinfect tho mouth, debtroy car Mr. Wedgowood had rofused to show Pawtah!'' his tlokot, how cocksure ho wus of disease germs, and purify tho breath. Tho porter moved up noticehis number, how ho had leased tho To keep artificial teeth and bridgowork able deliberation. "Did with you ring, clean nnd odorless. To remove nicotine portor's services as a sort of private from tho teeth and purify tho breath sah?" nurse, and had paid no advance roy- after smoking. To eradicate persolra-tio- n , you may "Did I ring! alties. odors by spougo bathing. in tho draw my tub at And now ho was sprawlod and Bnor-inAs a medicinal agent for local inuwnlng." treatment of feminine ills where pelvic majestically among his many "Draw yo' what, eah7" tho porter llko a stooping, Hon. Itovcngu catarrh, inflammation and ulceration Kaspod. exist, nothing equals hot douches of tasted good to tho humbio portor; It "My tub." For the tastod like n candled yam smothored Paxtine. Med. ten yearsbeen Lydla E. "Ha-attub?" Pinkham Co. has In 'possum gravy. Ho smacked bla advising their patients to use regularly "Dahth tub." it because thick lips ovor this revenge. With of its extraordinary cleansing, healing "Lawdy, man. Is you allowln' to nil the Insolence of n sorvant in brief and germicidal power. For this pur- tako a in tho inawnln'?" pose nlono Paxtine Is worth its weight authority, ho gloated ovor his proy, "Of courso I am." and prodded him nwako. Then mur- In gold. Also for nasal catarrh, sort "Didn't you havo ono befo' you mured with hypocritical deforenco: throat, inflamed 33eyes, cuts and wcvnds stahted?" All druggists, and SO cents a box "Excuse mo, but could I sco yo' tickot Trial box and testimony ot 31 "How daro you! Of cawso I did." for yo seat?" "Well, that's all you git." women free on request. iijruln).. CQtJ It'll ton much. THE PAXTONTOILETCO.,Boton,M "Del you jnean to toll mo that Uiara "Yassah. 1's convinced," Mr. Wedgowood settled EC1 back nnd closed his eyes. "I's convinced that you Is In tho wrong berth!" "Impossiblcl 1 won't believe you!" tho Englishman raged, getting to his feet in a rury. "Perhaps you'll bolievo Mlsta Tick et," the portor chortled. "Ho says 50 years of proof have numba ten, and that's ten across the convinced those who tested way und down tho road n picco." it, that Cardui quickly re"This is outrageous! I decline to triumph. The Woman's Tonic , , weather is gcttln' cooler." Ho finished preparing Marjorlo's bunk, and was Just suggesting that Maiiory retreat to tho smoking room while number threo was mado up, when thoro was a commotion in tho corridor, and a man in checked overalls dashed Into the car. His ear was slightly red, and ho held nt arm's length, as if It were n venomous monster, Snoozleums. And ho yelled: "Say, whoso durn dog Is this 7 Ho bit two men, nnd ho makes so much noise wo can't sleep in the baggago car." Marjorio went flying down the nlslo to reclaim her lost lamb in wolf's clothing, nnd Snoozleums, tho returned prodigal, yelped and leaped, and told her all about the indignities he had been subjected to, and his valiant struggle for liberty. Marjorio, seeing only Snoozleums, stepped into tho fatal berth number one, and paid no heed to tho dangling ribbons. Mallory, eager to restore himself to hor lovo by loving her dog, crowded closer to her side, making a Hypocritical ado over tho pup. Everybody was popping his or her face out to learn tho cause of such clamor.. Among the bodiless heads suspended along the curtains, like Dyak trophies, appeared the great mask of Little Jlmmie Wellington. Ho had been unable to sleep for mourning the "wanton waste of that lovely rice-tra- Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price. said tho porter, and mumbled as ho walked away, "but tho DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? IF ghahstly." "Yassah," :4 HUH at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller togctHer. ..!, i: Till Hftnnrrmonr. ij rmrliifrnr1 cnlnttr tnr tlm mmnnar. t buyers and sellers of farm or business properties to mako quick sale. "Mrtwo rina n nnatimnt- fn Tim smnll ...oil cd farm, good land near a good school; possession at once; $2,000 to $5,000 ciish to pay. RroeL-rmrirlir-n - Wanted Small Farm :..... Iiouac Nn iiv. Mn O, -2 300 mere 3 miles fri'tn railroad, house, tobacco barn j 2M ncurdiimplu;onomllofromschooi- - of Kirk, law from sellout wollmile Southa Ji mllo watered, springs near barns on KumlKoutd. 1 mllo from Kkron, Mcndo lovolrall can 14 190 acrfR loo jrood dwoUlngs; tte mllo graded school, good land J 2 cultlvatodis I feed barns, bU tobicco barnf 3 miles from acres 7 good lovel mllo South of Itock vale, Sample. Kas terms. ,v" hind. 4 room dwnlllnff tenant houso nnd necessary outbuildings. HclllKjl llOUSil mill church In 3j0 vurrix. Prim Olen Nn 1 5 ,;5 ncrM l "d'o Kast of stono tl.KiOCfisll. IJean; good, stronj? llmo " "cres. 3 miles from Kirk, dwoll-'- '' soil, watered by wells and springs, on good No R lnalVt storv fl rnnmn iinn nnrpli. county road, ncarood school and churches. ,J ......... Nnw good well, small teimnt liouso, (rood burn and good tnnnrcn tinpn nrttt 21 onn n u.,.i, tonant houses, fine olovur and rass iinu stiwiin. Koon on.wmrd Price Sil.lOO. 100 acres In one Mn O Two tracts tlio other; 124 acres and 134 acres In 1 "crcs located 1 mllo north of from llitrdlnslmrg; 100 ucres 3 Nn McQuady PrlcoW.OOO. ensh mile from Unrned; H mllo ot Klngswood uaianco In yearly payments. college. 103 across' No 1 (ln ' ia 1 nv. s Nn 1 In 4 ; acres located nanr Irvlnjcton ono of tho best farms in that section. Under high statoof cultivation well improved j good orchard! woll watered: an Ideal dIuco. Prlcelo.non; Umu on easy payments 122 acres, and lovel Nn 17 good barn;good hind cleared,land, nil woll located; 3 miles from IrvlnRton. I'rlco 3,300 Nn I R ?' HCres JK mlles tTOta Hard Ins- r: I "urg, county seat: well Improv- 1 .3 A" ncjes ,.?lnK l1 ,n ,lley: MI od! one of u,e bU:,t ffirms ln thecounty Vrlco No. room dwelling and ballrStenant $1(000. M m" 'rora Webster, good bum und crib, reasonably good Iioumj; woll watered, outlet on every sldo Portion of II. L Kurtz turm. l'rlcu?3,0C0 ( IfJacruclocdtedon tho rutlroaJ Nn 17 2?5 Th Is Is ii.n untiul-luouel- When Mar-jorl- e Whlt-corri- b com-posui- e, Mar-jori- e, half-folde- d liinrt-sld- o bridal-chambe- r. rice-tra- rice-trap?- " you-alls- ," n For Women Who Care you-all,- " s, bar-lie- d tor-inont- Ugjj Paw-tah- elght-thutt- y g lug-gago- s, h ba-at- h hardly cluslvo ally In and the not fall. them sit down, and spring the infernal machine. But they would not sit. t'oor Attuiory, pyjamaless and In fact. Marjorie was muttering to lay propped up on his pll-CHURCH DIRECTORY Harry tenderly, now, since he had lows, staring out of tho window at tho won hor back by his efforts to con- swiftly shifting night scone. The state, Cloverport Churches sole Snoozleums she was muttering of Illinois was helng pulled out from tenderly: under the train llko a dark rug. "Wo must not bo seen together, Farmhouses gleamed or dreamed Baptist Church honey. Go away, I'Jl see you in the lampless. The moonlight rippled on Baptist Sucday School. S:30 a. m O 13. morning." endless seas of wheat and Indian I.lghtfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Meeting And Mallory was saying with bit- corn. Little towns slid up and away. Wednesday "30p m. HaptUt Aid Society terest resignation: "Good night my Large towns rolled forward, and wero Society meets Slonday after Second Sunday, friend." left' behind. Ponds, marshes, brooks, every month. Mrs. A. IJ. Sklllman, President And they were shaking hands! This pastures, thickets and great gloomy Pn aching every Second and Fourth Sunday. incredible bridal couplo was shaking groves flowed past as on a river. But Kov. E. O. Cottrell. Pastor. hands with the same stars and tho moon seemed Then Wellington determined to do at to accompany tho train. If the Hying Detliodlst Church least his duty by tho sacred rites. witness had been less heavy of heart, .iieuiouisisunaay school, 0:S0a. m. Ira D. The gaping passengers saw what ho would have found tho reeling scene ,0l":n- Superintendent. Preaching every feH? n'1.I:30.K- .... .. . .,u k Jwl "KliiJl?- mm. was probably tho largest pair of pa- full of grace and nlcht beauty. U'nHti.Ulnr. r.m.. jamas in Chicago. They saw Llttlo ho could not see any charm In all the m. Epworth League regular rviceSundny B:4S p. m; business meeting Orst Tuesday Jlmmie, smothering back his giggles world, except his tantalizing other night each month. JIUs Margarita Hum, like a schoolboy, tiptoo from Presldeut Ladles' meets first his self, from whom a great chasm Monday each mourn Aid Mrs. Forrest Llghtfoot. berth, enter the. next berth, brushing seemed to divide him, though sho was President. Ladles' Missionary Society nit ets fcecoml Sunday ln every month. Mrs Virgil uie porter aside, climb on the seat, only two windows away. H.llVl,a,K; ! .re?ld?1, Choir practice Friday and clutch the ribbon that pulled tho Ho had not yet fallen asleep, and night 7:20, A. II Murray. Director. stopper from the trap. he was still pondering how to attain Down upon tho unsuspecting elop- his unmarried, uninarriablo brido, Presbyterian Church ers camo this miraculous cloudburst when the train rolled out ln air above Presbyterian Sunday School 11:15 a. m. of Ironical rice, and with it came Lit- a great wide river, very noble under Conrad Slppt), Superintendent. tle Jimraio Wellington, who lost what the stirs. He knew It for tho Mis- every Third SumUy. Kev. Adair Preaching little balance he had, and catapulted sissippi. Ho heard a faint knocking Prayer meetliR Tuesday. 7:30 p m Minister. Liidles' Aid Society into their midst like tho offspring or on a door at the other end of tho car. SiiKHy everymeets Wednesday after Third month. Mrs Chas. Salterfleld, an iceberg. Ho heard sounds as of kisses, ana President. It was at this moment that Mrs. then somebody tiptoed along the alslo Wellington, hearing tho loud cries of stealthily. He did not know that anCatholic Church the Marjorio, rushed other bridegroom was being separated First Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon, from the Women's Hoom, and from his bride because they wero too daysllontdictlon,m 11:00 a. m , other threo SunOn week days Mass at 7.(0 at 10 15 a combing a totally detached sec- much married. a. m. Catechetical Instruction for the childtion of her hair. Sho recognized faren on Saturdujs at 8;H0 a. m , and on SunSomewhere In Iowa bo fell asleep. days at :30 a. m. aud 2:30 p.m. miliar pyjamas waving in air, and To be continued with one faint gasp: "Jlmmlo! on this train!" sho swooned away. She wouia When baby suffers with eczema or havo fallen, but seeing that no ono paid any attention to her, she recov- some itchlnu skin trouble, use Doan's ered consciousness on hor own hook, Ointment. A little of It yoes a long and vanished Into her berth, to medi- way and it is safe for children. 50c a tate on tho whys and wherefores or box at all stores. her husband's presence in this car. Dr. Owen's Office, Main Str.eet Dr. Templo in a nightgown and Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. trousers: Roger Ashton, In a collar-les- s Drinking Cup An estate, and tho portor, managed Cloverport. Ky. Acceptable Gift Now to extricate Mr. Wellington from his plight, and stow him away, though it was like putting a whale to bed. The other day some one stopped by Mallory, seeing that Marjorio had the Cloverport Ice Plant to yet a drink fled, vented his wild rago against late and got left for the company has In general, and rice traps in particu ..Permanent.. pitched their public drinking cup into lar, uy tearing tho bridal bungalow to pieces, and then ho striked into tho the river. A woman from the country smoking room, where Ira Lathrop, walked two squares last week to yet a homeless and dispossessed, was souud drink of water in Cloverport, The law Kentucky asleep, with his feet In tho chair. passed by the Legislature prohibiting Ho was dreaming that ho wa3 a the public drinking cup, has already boy in Brattieboro, tho worst boy In gone Into effect here, notwithstanding OVER 65 YEARS' Brattleboro, trying to get up the courEXPERIENCE age to spark pretty Anno Gattlo, and the law is not really effective until the fifteenth of this month. throwing rocks at tho best boy in An individual drinking cup in silver town, Charlie Selby, who was always would be an acceptable gift to your at her side. The porter woko Ira. an hour later, and escorted him to tho. friend. uiio nnuai section. ' Never can tell whqn you'll mash a Trade Marks Marjorio had flod with hor dog, as Designs soon as she could gropo hor way finger or suffer a cut, bruise, bum or Crtuvnir.uTa Xtf ..TlfllnA .Ir.l.t. M..U UV.UII'IIUII LaMntlnn through tho deluge of rlco. Sho scald, lie prepared. Thousands rely ...I...U VV..U...Q PV... qulelrir ascertain our opinion freo whether nn into her berth, and spent nn hour ou Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your Intention Isprobntilynmeiitnhla. Coinrumilea. tluiisutrlctlrconddontlM. HANDBOOK on 1'i.tcuts trying to clear hor hair of tho mul- druggist sells It. 25c and 50c. tent free. Oldest apencr for ecurln? patents. l'atents taken through Muiin & Co. receive titudinous grains. And as for Snoozletl't ciai notice, vllhout charge, In tho ums, his thick wool was ho that for two days, whonevor ho shook Waiters On A Strike. A hnndsomelr tlltiMrated weoklr. himself, ho snew. J.irswt qlr. dilution of any sclomttlo Journal. Terina, ts a New York, May 31. A thousand Eventually, tho car quloted, and e'irs (ourruombs.il. ttolUbyull nowsdealeni. nothing wns heard but tho rumblo and waiters struck tonight and MUNN & Co.38,Broad. New York click of tho whcols on tho rails, tho brought the total striking hotel waiters Branch oinco, $H V BU Wwhlntiton, V.C creak of timbers, and tho frog llko to 4.000. Thirty hotels and restaurants chorus of a fow snorew. are affected. Four hundred men parHarvester Company Loses. As tho portor was turning down tho last of tho lights, a rumpled pate was ticipated in a demonstration before Frankfort, Ky., May 3O, The Inter thrust from tho stateroom, and tho Delmonicos, the police driving them national Harvester Company must pay away. The hotel men declare they will lusclouseyod man whispered: "Portor, what tlmo did you say wo fight to a finish and are bringing many n fine of $1 5OO imposed in the Grayson crossed tho Iowa stato lino?" negroes from the South to take the Circuit Court, the Court of AppoaU affirming the finding of the lower eourt. 'Two iirty.llvo a. m." strikers' places. The action was a penal one brought by From within tho statoroom camo a the deep sigh, then with a dismal groan: Louisville Evening Post tion Commonwealtn charging combinato Thjury "Call mo at two a. ni.," the and Brsckenridge News for the restrain trade. and tlU found Commonwealth k door was closed. one year 3,50, nigm-shirtless, 3 miles from Irvimrtin. well watered: lays wo Is good youngorclrirdigood he peered forth, hia eyes timber; on rur.ilrmte;scnoolliousH few yrds froT house: Improvements; co id four believed themselves. Tho dwelling with kitchen on ha 'k porch;room brido and groom were actu- good b rnsj b .rn and tenent huui and twi cisthe Ocid; tiiOnt and Ion tho trap tho hen pheasant tern back Inwill telUmeaiy payments; houses wood ohod; plenty chanticleer. But the net did ntsmnll fruit. Pur'lier pirtlcuiurs uldrus Juo D. liablMge, Cloverport, Ky He waited to see $3,300 I40ncres. 2 miles fro r, niMt.nn. E?r ',M """ rour ml,s west of piemleiuHj, 3ml.es from branch railroad jail fresh land,-- 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produce the best corn, whont and l ib.iceo In neighborhoods plenty lading water, woll at dour of dwelling; log dwu'llng. a rooms and slae roMnii good .statiloi 3 tobicco barns; 3 tenant hon.4 I'.enty of gujd timber for f.irm puriKW-- ni t?ood fand to clear. I'rlce iJ.000 H Cash. S2 000 J,r,'"u" v SI r?l iL. 5m . .,r - . !l-- - V - -- Ml panic-stricke- n absent-mindedl- y Si DR. H. J. BOONE Dentist Permanent Dr. W. B.TAYLOR m Dentist Irvington, jBrnrra A V.WA.1 A M M hop-po- d mm A wmm .JUS be-rlce- d Scientific American, well-traine- d tifty-llv- e $3.50 I V; 0 t ic Spffnklo tho meat with a llttlo pow- CRAB'S WALK OF 98 MILES dered sweet herbs put In tho bag, and flOMANGE GF KETTLE ndd to It a handful of cither rice, bar- Homing Instinct Is Shown by Some ley or oatmeal, which has boon Boak-InRecent Experiments In all night in cold water. If tho England. water has not been qulto all absorbed, Tab Told of the Sugar Bush in add this also. Now add tho remains Somo remarkably Interesting deof any gravy which may bo ovcr-frotails regarding tho movements and tho New England. tho previous day. Closo tho bag, placo homing instinct of tho edible crab Against So Many Surgical Op- - it on broiler as before, ami cook for CO were presented to the Eastern Sea During tho minutes. Fisheries Committee Ireat Iron Pots of Pioneers Passed erations. HowMrs.Bethune A jam turnover will bo just tho past two years Fishery Inspector 11. sHfore Flat Pans With Its Par right sort of substantial dish to follow DonnlBon haB been cnrrylng out inIf and Mrs. Moore Escaped. tlna Merrv With Bona tho beef. For this you must have a vestigations on behalf of tho comand Dance. bag. mittee, and tho results of his work Rub four ounces of lard or good ennnot fall to bo of considerable uso Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years Isuf- - dripping into halt pound of flour salted to thoso concerned In biological re'New York. Tho roraanco of tho fcrodovery thing. I was In bed for four to tnsto till It crumbles well. Add search. tugar bush makes spring in tho MM1U Ul 1IVU UUJTB Ul sufficient cold water to mako to a stiff ono of the roost Interesting In tho courso of an exhaustive re overy month, and so pasto; roll out twlco. Mark out a periods of tho yenr. For tlaio out of weak I could hardly squaro and spread this thickly with port ho stated that between July nnd mind "sugar weather" has been tho walk. I cramped and any kind of Jam liked. Fold over tho September, 1910, nearly two thousand designation of warm dnys and cold had backacho and two sides first anl pinch well together. crabs wero captured, and after being , lights in the early Bprlng, before tho headache, and wns Now fold over tho two sides in tho labeled were again set free along the mow is gone, and "tho sugar snows" so nervous and weak samo way. Brush over with water or Norfolk and Lincolnshire coasts. Tho and save been tho heavy, shells, had recently thnt I dreaded to boo milk, and sprlnklo well with brown crabsnow ones wore cast their process almost early April windless Btorms. then In nnd anyone or have sugar. Put into tho greased bag and of hardening. Maplo sugar is inherited from tho Inforty-flvminutes. would bo better to Rownrds wore paid to llshcrmen dians; perhaps It gave mo bako for The doctors upon returning tho crabs when Tuesday. 3ay spoils from tho forest Indians of rMiiimiiwimmiiiHisMm medicine to ease mo They wero returned to thp sea Tako two pounds of cold boiled pothe east The Puritans found tho In- at those times, ana said that 1 ougnt to dians making maple BUgar by tho have an operation. I would not listen to tatoes, pour on to them two wineglass-ful- s at varying distances from the shore, t of hot milk or water, add a good nnd up to tho present 21 per cent of primltlvo method of dropping that, and when a friend of my husband stones in watertight baskets full of told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- big lump of dripping or cold bacon fat, tho labeled crustaceans had been re3ap gathered from gashed maples in etable Compound and what it had dono and mash to pulp, then bent up with a captured nnd full data tabulated tho hardwood, Tho Puritans know a for his wife, I wns willing to take it fork till qulto light. Tako ono and a yith regard to the Norfolk crabs good thing wlfen they saw it, and they, Now I look the picturo of health and feel half pounds of either sausages or sau- liberated In tho places from which "too, mado maplo sugar, and in tho like it, too. I can do my own housework, sage meat (if tho former squeezo tho they wore orlglnnlly obtained, sugar bush, in tho melting snows of hoo my garden, and milk a cow. I can meat out of tho skins) and mako into were recaptured within ono milo spring, were enacted many of tho entertain company and enjoy them. I small cakes each sausago making two of their first home, but one traveled horrid tragedies of tho Now England can visit when I choose, and walk as far cakes. Sprlnklo a llttlo finely chopped ns far as Flnmborough Head, a of ninety eight stntuto miles. frontier, when tho Indians camo raid- as any ordinary woman, any day in tho onion on top of each cake. Mako tho ing out of tho Now Hampshire, Ver month. I wish I could talk to every potato pulp Into thick round cakes, Nearly three hundred had traveled mont, and othor back lands into suffering woman and girl." Mrs. Dema nnd put a sausago cako on top of each. only three or four miles from whero Placo In a well greased bag. Closo it, they wero originally taken. London which they had boon forced by tho Bethune, Sikeston, Mo. nnd cook in a hot oven for fifteen Standard. advance of tho whlto men. The In111. LyMurrayville, "I have taken dian war parties carried parched corn dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound minutes. Irish plum porridge. and maplo sugar to cat. for a very bad case of female trouble GRAVE OF HEROINE When tho pioneers moved westward, nnd it made mo a well woman. My Soak half a pound of oatmeal over MARK they carried with ;them great Iron ket- health was all broken down, the doctors night In cold water. At tho same time tles which served so many useful said I must have an operation, and I was soak four ounces of well washed cur- Clubwomen to Preserve Memory of purposes; which held tho hot water in ready to go to tho hospital, butdreadelit rants In another dish. Grease a bag Woman Who Gave Life to Help Smallpox Sufferers. which hogs wero scalded In tho fall; Gj that I began taking your Compound. well, drain the currants, add them to r which hold the sap and Byrup in tho I got along so well that I gave up tho the oatmeal together with a bit of tho slzo of a walnut Mix, placo in spring; which were used to boll down doctors and was saved from tho operaClubwomen, assisted by tho doctho soft soap in the spring and sum- tion." Mrs. Charles Moore, R. R. tho bag, closo, and cook for fifty min- tors of North Blllorlca, Mass., are takutes In a moderately hot oven. mer, and which served for apple and No. 3, Murrayvillo. I1L ing steps to preservo the memory of (Copyright, 1911, by Sturgls & Walton Sarah Hodgeman, who gave her life other fruit butters when the fruit harCompany.) vest was at hand. In theso days somo more than a century ago In her efforts to help neighbors who were suffering of the descendants of tho old pioneers Constipation causes headache, indi- from smallpox have theso .old kettles on tripods in It happened during their front yards, full of earth and gestion, diiness, drowsiness. For a tho smallpox epidemic In 1811. On green with plants during the summer mild, opening medicine, uso Doan's learning that a family of four persons months, for tho day of the old sugar with two guests wore HI with the disRegulets. 21c a box at all stores. kettle Is nearly gone, pans having ease, and had no one to help them, Miss Hodgeman, against the protest of taken their places. Wants Clear Conscience. M, With tho passing of tho kettle, much Great System Perfected by Now York. That ho might plead her family and friends, entered the of the romance of tho sugar bush passSoyer, Famous London Chef. cjullty to a theft in 1908 and die with Infected house and did all In her powed away. Tho sugar kettle had cera clear conscience, Daniel Loewy was er for Its inmates. tain charms not to be had in scientific Within two weeks it was noticed carried on a stretcher into geneial sugar houses in too BAG DINNERS FO"R THE pans in session the other day before Judgo that tho customary smoke did not curl sugar bushes. t Crain. Abraham Levy, his counsel, from tho chimney. Some of the townsIn tho old days, generosity was tho told the story of tho robbery by Loewy folk finally mustered up courage to inhabit of the pioneer. He was so lone- By M. Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, of ten sable skins from his employer, vestigate. It was found that tho enLondon. ly that he gave much for the sake of tho skins being valued nt $1,750. tire household, Sarah Hodgeman InTho era of paper bag cooking, which Judge company and rare Jubilation. The Craln then suspended sentence. cluded, had died of the disease. It is I have had the honor of recently perW. year was bitter and hard, but at cer- fecting, opens up a happier prospect Loewy Is declared by physicians to now propqsed to erect a monument In tho place of the old gray headstono tain times ho had Thanksgiving, tho be slowly dying. Christmas holidays, and then sugar- - to tho wife o tho workingman, tho in Febru- which marks her grave. He went to San Francisco clerk or other employe on a' small , ving-oii- . new Westsalary, not only In the quantity of tho ary, 1910, and whilo in the shot and , I The pioneer had his up, Hope Not Realized. sho may preparo, but in more ern hotel there was held which he considered as one of his dishes robbed by three unidentified men, Dean Sumner of the Cathedral SS. ? fnrm's most valuable features. leisure for herself. Tho y hardwood ridge was carefully culled Lest any frugal house mother may who escaped. They took all the dia- Peter and Paul related tho following monds Loewy had. story at tho recent banquet of tho over, tho beech and birch trees being bo appalled at the prospect of having Chicago Association of Commerce at to uso some two or three bags before cut out for firewood, the spruce, hem"Had dyspepsia or indigestion for the Hotel Sherman "A little Jewish lock and pine for tho logs, tho sho can produce a dinner, let me stato that all the following recipes, each of years. No appetite, and what I did eat boy went to his father on Christmas which I have tested personally, can bo distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood day and asked him for a quarter. cooked in ono bag, leaving only tho Bitters reached the cause." J. II. Upon receiving It lie sauntered out Into the city streets and didn't return pudding, pie or tart to be considered. Walker, Sun ury, Ohio. until evening. His father called him In drawing up these dinners for a as he came In and Inquired what he week I have had in mind a household IN consisting of mother, father and three FEWER STORKS ALSACE did with the quarter he had been given. 'I went to tho candy shop next or four children, ranging from twolve to five years of age. System of Registration Is Being Tried door and changed It into nickels,' said tho boy. 'Then I went to the news It must bo borne in mind that meat to Learn About Migratory stand on tho corner and changed the wastes practically not at all during the Habits. nickels Into pennies cooking process in tho bag; therefore, After that I if you put four pounds into the bag, Every year the number of storks went back to the candy shop nnd got four pounds will come out. to bo seen in Alsace becomes less Ot five nickels for my pennies, and then Sunday. the four nests perched on tho big I went to tho delicatessen and got a pound of meat chimneys on tho old roofs of Strass-burg- , quarter for my five nickels. Allow a quarter of a " 'But why did you do all that?' deper head for each child, and a half a only ono has been occupied tula manded the father. pound per head for tho two adults, and year "T hoped that somebody might you will have two pounds loft over, In many of the villages the great for Sunday night's supper or for migrators have ceased for a long tlmo make a mistake and glvo me too either Testing the Sugar. next day's dinner. As to vegetables, to relieve Jhe landscape, and It seems much," replied the boy." hark, and the timber, but the ma- get somo carrots, onions and turnips, only a question of time when the stork Various In Alsace will be a memory. ples were left to grow, for they were a mixed, and two pounds of potatoes. A Polyglot Playwright. crop tree. Peel tho potatoes, slice them very aro tho causes assigned tor this deM. Dario Nlccodeml is a citizen of It is recalled that in the days of tho thinly, and leavo in wator till needed. sertionthe dialnlng of the marshes, tho world. He was born In Italy Ho Revolution, a farmer was making Peel and slice thq onions and turnips the multiplication of telephone and was reared In tho Argentine Republic, sugar on the hills south of Little Falls, and scrape the carrots. Cut all into telegraph wires and tho smoke from whero he was initiated in Spanish culN. Y. Ho was ready to sugar off small squares. Wash well; leavo on a factory chimneys. ture. Ho wrote his first play in tho In Germany for tho better study of language of Cervantes. It was prowhen the Indians camo and ho fled. plato till needed. Take a little suet ATwo years later, when tho bush was or two good tablespoonfuls of drip- storkB there has been created a sort duced at Buenos Ayres and was called ping. Rub this into half a pound of ot servlco in connection with tho Edu- "La Duda" (Tho Doubt). IIVJLI viaiivu, iuo um nviuu ITIIO IUUUU on Its nest of rocks almost full of a flour, and salt to taste, being careful cation Department which tends to set Soon after that an Italian actress In dark brown mass that was almost as not to ovordo this and a llttlo popper. up an "etat civil" for each bird, or, South America offered a prize for an hard as the granite. The sugar had Mix to tho ordinary dumpling consis In other words, to register them alter acceptable play In her mother tongu. .hardened in tho kottlo, but in weather- tency with cold wator, and shapo into the manner which obtains for citizens M. Nlccodeml took tho prize with his dumplings about tho slzo of a big in Franco. ing it had become useless. play "Per la Vita." He soon afterBrazil nut. Each bird Is captured whero possi- ward wrote "L'Hlrondello" (Tho SwalWash tho beef well, but do not dry ble and a metallic disk aflixed to Its low) in French and It Is played at QUART OF SOOT IN LUNGS it SprinKle it with ceasoned flour leg, and German oillclals, wherover Brussels. At Paris ho began his work that Is, flour to which a llttlo popper tho birds aro believed to migrate, havo Plttsburgher Who Has , Lived Fifty and salt havo boon added on both Instructions to send to tho department by translating and adapting tho English play of "Itafiles." LoCiido Paris. Years In Smoky City Said to sides. Now grcaso tho large bag thick- any Information thoy can gather conI? Rl.irk Inslri. ' ly with beof dripping. Take the pota- cerning Btorks who aro German subtoes out of tholr bowl. Do not dry jects. Recovers Ring 18 Years Lost. (Possibly this labeling may $500,000 Pittsburgh, Pa. Over thorn, but sprlnklo them lightly with havo something to do with tho scarcA class ring lost 18 years ago by worth of laundry of tho male residents tno seasoned flour. Thon take tho ity ) By this Bystem of registration Mrs. J. II. Reeso, when sho was a puof Pittsburgh is destroyed every year potatoes, carrots, turnips and onions, tho authorities havo learned some- pil of tho Lancaster high school, was by smoke, according to Prof. R. C. and mix thom all well together, sprink- thing of the migratory habits or tho restored to tho owner, "Benner of tho University of Pitts- - ling them with a very llttlo salt. Tako bird; for Instance, ono wob found dead Mrs. Reese, then Miss Leila L. burgh, la an address before the board a handful of this mlxturo and some at tho Capo of Good Hopo whoso placo lost the ring, which was engravof trade, dumplings, and put thom into the bot- of origin was eastern Prussia. ed with her name, whilo walking on And that it not all. Prof. Benner tom of tho bag. Then put in tho flank A point of interest rolatlvo to tho tho lawn of her homo. It was recovstated that from the lungs of, a man of beef. Press it in aa tightly and as scarcity of tho stork has been brought ered by men resetting a fence. Lanwo had lived 50 years here, a quart closoly to tho vegetables as possible under tho notice of the German au- caster Correspondent Philadelphia of soot had been taken. Ho exhibited Light tho ovon gas beforohand, lot it thorities by a doctor at Port Eliza- Public Ledger. the soot, too. get as hot as it can for eight minutes. beth, who suggests that thoy havo In a cubic milo of atmosphere In Then place the paper bag on tho broil- been poisoned through eating grassPittsburgh, tho professor Bald, there er, put the broiler on tho shelf of hoppers or locusts which havo been A Cruel Retort. are 4 tons of soot. "I'm afraid of woman Suffrage." tho oven, and closo the door. Turn killed by arsonlc, A correspondent, said Little Blnks. "My wife is a milithe gas down half way, and leave however, of an Jourv Cemetery Was Bride's Boudoir. the bag in from an hour and a half nal hints that the cause Is to be found tant suffragette, but up to date I am Julius Caesar in my house" Moyock, N. C After Miss Eula to two hpurs. nearer at home. Monday. "I guess you aro, Blnks, I guess you Cherry left her parents' home P. aro," Bald Wiggles. "There ain't What is left over from Sunday will Ik North Carolina, presumably for Consult T. N. McGlothlan for many deader ones than Julias Caosat she went to a ceme- - make dinner for Monday. , school, Grease a bag well as before. Cut subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, in this world." Harpor's Weekly. a put up her hair and don a long up the remains of the stewed beef into Times, Post, Horald, Farmers , klrt. Boor afterwards John Edmunds, small square piece). 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Our Line of Men's Kirschbaum Clothing Have snap and style, but better still, have quality. We have received a shipment of extraordinary suits for summer. They sell from Wall Paper in 1912 Patterns. All prices, 5c to 25c. V $12 to $35. IS CO. Want WOOL poi-son- Brine it to us and be pleased with your sale Highest Market PRICE Everything in Our Store to meet the needs, wants, and fancies of men, women, and children " of hookworm disease. This "dew is generally on the feet or about nni'oitT ok Tim condition or thi: THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST KS!ikssSa5ii3rfi HOOK WORM CHECK Counties Of Kentucky Should See That It Is Properly Enters Body By Water Or Boring Through Skin. Hank, doing business at the town of Hardinsburg, County of Brecken- .ridge, State of Kentucky at the close of business on the ISth day of May, lgl2. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endors-er- s or sureties.iilGS.Cc):! Estate Real 05,000 Mortgages Call Loans on 17,000 Collateral Time Loans on 59,000 Collateral Stocks, Other Bonds, 07 00 00 00 19,831 06 4S.424 77 HORRIBLE e AS TUBERCULOSIS. Etc.... 10,2j7 49 J3.I24 77 Due from National Banks... States United National and Bank Notes.... Specie and Checks 9. 000 00 7.3S6 78 16.3S6 7S cash other 2,849 II items Overdrafts (un- 1,015 81 secured) ExCurrent 2,510 57 penses Paid Estate-BanReal 1,500 00 House Other Assets not included under any of above 110 4I heads Total king 2,849 11 1,015 81 4,120 ?392,02S 9S 01 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Funds..$ 20,000 00 Undivided Profits 11.761 4: 8 50,000 00 31,701 43 Deposits subject to check (on which interest is not paid). .. Deposits subject to check (on which interest is paid 156,63! 68 154,232 40 310,867 OS Total $392,028 51 STATE OF KENTUCKY, s . County of Breckenridge, j I, Paul Compton, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true tD the best of my knowledge and belief. Paul Compton, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of May, I9I2. My Commission expires Jan 10, 1914. Claude Mercer, Notary Public. fM. II. Beard, A' M Kincheloc, Correct Attest v Robertb0t IB. F. Beatd. a Board-Squir- es. The marriage of Miss Eliza Squires to Mr. Amos Board took place at The Wilhuril Hotel in Louisville last Thursday. The Rev. Mr. Hrowu officiated, The bride and groom are members of well known families iu Hardinsburg and tbelr wedding is of interest to many. Twenty-fivcounties in Kentucky have reported cases of hookworm dur ing the last year,and the State Board of Health has been nroused to unusual vigilance over the prevalence of the disease in such a widespread area of the UNION STAR. State. The counties in which the disease has manifested itself to the most alarming extent lie, lor the most part, R. C. Richardson and son, Saxton, of in'the extreme southeastern portion of Louisville, are at the bedside of their the State, There are a few counties in mother and Mrs. D. S. portion, and four Richardson. the in the western part of the State, where Miss Nannie Hall returned Saturday hookworm has been found to flourish. from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Roland How To Avoid Pest. Smith, of Stephensport. D.B. Lawson was the guest of friends The general disregard for sanitation in the country and small towns and the in town Sunday, outskirts of the larger ones is responsi George E. Shellman returned Saturble for nearly all the cases of hook- day from the State College at Lexingworm, according to the Bulletin. This ton. He was in town Sunday afterpaper says: noon. 'The infection cannot spread in comMiss Wilda Robertson was the guest munities provided with good sewer of relatives in Bewleyville Sunday. systems, aud in the smaller towns and Herbert Kroush was in Frymire villages the spread will be proportional to the number and style of closets and Homer Barr, of Frymire, was the the carelessness exercised in keeping sanitary survey is be- guest of Hebert Kroush Sunday. them. A careful Roy H. Bassett was in Frymire Suning made in each county, audit appears that considerably less than 10 per cent, day afternoon. of our farm homea have closets of any L. P. Milner was in Louisville last sort. week. "More than 30 per cent, of the stuJune Hosley sold his tobacco last dents in some of the Southtrn colleges week at the Main Street House at the have been found infected, and in some following prices: best leaf $10; second of the common schools g5 per cent, of leaf $15.75; lugs f 10 7s; trash $S 60 tht children have shown the infection per hundred. upon microscopical examination. SevMiss Mattie Knott is staying with her eral schools in Kentucky have been ex- sister, Mrs. Hickerson, who has typhid. amined, showing infections of from 10 Jacob Cart and family, of near Lodl per cent, to 50 per cent. There Is good burg, were guests of Win, Dowell Sun reason to believe that the percentage of infection in some ot the county schools day. Mrs. Percy Beard, of Hardinsburg, will run as high as 9O per cent. visiting her mother, Mrs. D. S. worms do not multiply in the was The Richardson last week. body, but the adult females deposit Write Louis Jolly about the Free great number of eggs, from a few hunTrip to Niagra Falls given by the dred to three or four thousand every day, which are pa&sed off with the nor- management of the 4th Julv Barbecue mal bowel movements. These eggs, at Irvington. under favorable conditions of temperature, moisture and shade, hatch out the L ODBURG young worms, called larvae, in the hours. course of about twenty-fou- r Within a week the tiny organism has Dr. and Mm. J. M. Hardin and son, shed its skin twice, mucn as does the snake, It lives in this cast-of- f skin, Brooks, of Brandenburg, were guests of but takes no food after the first few Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin Sunday. days following its escape from the egg. Pug Brown, of Illinois, was the guest of his uncle, J. W, Brown, last week. How Worm Enters Body, Mrs. Reece French, of Mystic, was After the shedding of the skin the visiting Mrs. Sam Brown and Oscar young worm is in the stage in which it French last week. is capable ot entering the human body, There was quite a crowd from here which it may do in one or two ways. attended the Sunday School ConvenconFirst, it may be swallowed with Saturday. taminated food or water. Secondly, it tion at Webster Payne was visiting her Mrs. Charlie may get Into the body by boring through the skin. In penetrating the father, James Wadlington, of Union skin Hie embryos produce the condition Star, last week. Miss Sudie Pollic, of Irvington, was known os "dew poison'.' or "ground itch," which is usually the first stage the, guest of Mrs. Grayson Payne last one-half bellevtd that the the ankles, and it wearing of shoes will largely prevent it and protect against hookworm disease. After penetrating the skin the worni enters the blood stream, passes through the heart and lungs, makes its way up or is coughed up and the swallowed, and after it passes down the gullet into the stomach finally enters the small bowel. This method of entering the body that has been demonstrated in actual experiment upon human beings and lower animals. Having reached the site in the body where it elects to reside, the worm sheds its skin twice more, becomes mature and mates. The eggs have been Known to appear in the stools six and weeks after experimental skin is wind-pipe I Opening1 1 To the People I of New Goods Vicinity and Breckenridge County: Beginning Business on a New Scale Your Attention Invited of the Sample have made a Complete Settlement with my creditors and am now ready to serve my customers again at the same old place, but in a differgoods, just from ent way, as have added to my stock a lot of the factories in Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville; thus cutting out the jobbers' profits, and enabling me to sell them at prices much lower than merchandise ever was sold before in this vicinity. 1 up-to-d- ate grand-mothe- r, middle-souther- ftU R. d. R. Brand Shoes in up-to-date My stock consists of the famous m W& Shoes, all in the very Latest Styles Hen's, Boys', Women's, Misses' and Children's Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Farm Implements, Fertilizer.. In fact, everything the Farmer, Mechanic and Housewife needs. Below I will give you a few of my prices, enabling you to have some idea ns to the bargains I have to offer .Best calico Best grade "ir -Men's $15 (M fi Granulated Boys' $7 4 5C a yard Suits, at ... 0 1 U Flour a bar 0b a lb. 0u Suits at P-Sugar m Sat-upda- y. f 0r I have made arrangements with hotels to take all my Poultry, Eggs and Butter, thereby cutting out the commission man's profit which enables mo to pay you Louisville prices for your produce. I respectfully solicit your patronage and assure you I can save you raonoy and will do Yours truly all in my power to please you. hJ I G. W. ESKRIDGE, 'SS3SsSS3S3 mg : Sample, Ky Trip to' Niagra Falls, given by tha management of the 4th July Barbecue at Irvington. Little Nettie Lynn Board spent Sat. urday in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. George Hicks Andersoa' went to Louisville Saturday to be thr guest of relatives and friends until, Wednesday. Kenneth Smith and Lon Butler speatT Saturday and Sunday in Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stlth and Mr,; and Mrs. Sam Bunger attended Child' rens Day Services at Bewleyville Mrs. Nannie Robertson is spending a few days in Irvington with her daugb-- t ter, Mrs. Albert Ashcraft. Ball-Shrewsbury. Saturday and Sunday. GUSTON The Sunday School at Walnut Grove is progressing nicely, with Tom RobMrs. Albert Ashcraft and son, Walertson as superintendent. lace, of Irvington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson weie the Mrs. H. L. Bell this week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bandy, of Miss Clara Brown and Miss Beulah Frymire, last Sunday. Mills are at home after visiting a week Mrs. Carlton Payne, of Webster, is Irvington with Mrs. L. Kirtly. the guest of Mrs. Charlie Payne and at Miss Nannie Webb, of Ekron, was others this week. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Kinnesbn, Mrs. Blon Beauchamp,of Hawesvllle, Thursday. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCoy and daughter.Nina, Mrs. I. C. Argabrlght, this week. were the guests of Mrs. Mary Coleman Mrs. Ida Nottingham was the guest Tuesday. of her brother, Charlie Dutschke, of Miss Lottie Bandy, of Irvington, was county, last week. Hardin the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cecil Write Louis Jolly about the Freo Monday. Trip to Niagra Falls, given by the Shane, management of the 4th of July BarbeMr. and Mrs. Sam Bunger were in Irvington Saturday shopping. cue at Irvington. day. Miss Myrtle Deacon and Miss Estel Mrs. Mary Coleman left Saturday for Mrs. L. C. Taul and daughter waat'j were visiting Mrs. Charlie Avitt and at- a short visit to her son, Henry Adkisson, to McQuady Saturday to attend the tended church at Raymond last Sun- of Kkron. wedding of Miss Ball to Mr. Skrawi-bur- y Mrs. S. C. Neafus and two children, Mjs. Orendorf, of Webster spent th of Irvington, spent the week-en- d as week-en- d with her daughter, Mrs. Jess guests of Mrs. John Child; which took place that dfcy. Parks. Write Louis Jolly about the Free Subscribe Ncv