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The Breckenridge news: June 19, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912061901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 19, 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 NEW HOTEL THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 50 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Vance an- Brownie Lambert, Albert Griffin, Geo. Taylor, Alma Lee Fnlloii, Mary Elizabeth Kdwards, Robert' I'retilis, Owensboro; Ruby Louise Reid, Mary Lee Reid.' OVEPOR T The dining room was beautifully decorated In pink and white, pink and white rake and icos Were seiveil. The Robert T. Exshaw Buys Promi- little folk enjnyed many game. Mrs. Mrs, Patterson, nent Lot And Will Start Build, C Int Reid Mrs. D. Kuox and servassisted Mrs. Jones in On A ing the little folks. ing At Once-Cloverport Bro. Lee Nelson will couduct tho prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Pastor Cottrell went tn Maceo SaturE day where he filled his appointment Saturday ntid Sunday. Mrs. Cottrell and Dorothy accompanied him and Church spent a part of the time In ()wenirm. They returned Monday. lime FIFTY POUND nounce the engagement of their daughINSTITUTE ter, Lucy Irene, to Mr. Charles Usper Olsen. The marriage will take place at the home of Miss Vance's parents on At The Cloverport Baptist Tuesday evening, June 23. Hawesville To Which All The Teachers Clarion. Of FSH Carl Overton And Jesse Weath- - The County Are Invited To 000 There will he a Boom Again-M- an With Mon- Lillian Russell Weds Kept Handkerchief Ten Years. Mrs. Cunrlos Chamberlain has done what is rarely ever done by a woman she has used and kept a pocket handkerchief ten years. It was given to her by her mother, Mrs. Brandenburg, who made it beautifully by hand and told Mrs. Chamberlain If she took care of it ten years she would make her another. This spring the dainty little piece of linen reached its tenth nnnivermry, and ey Here. EXSHAW FROM ENGLAND Fourth Time In New York wsx UM iw. ,f ' I . f ,... K,v' ii A w : B ft- - "I have always been a globe trotter," said Mr. Exshaw. "My father died twelve years ago, worth five million dollars, but left everything to my mother. We do not get any ot it until she dies. We have nothing, but whatever money we have made. I have a brother who made sisr million dollars in Saskatchewan in five years.' Mr. Exshaw was a dowboy in Arizona, which he considers the warmest placa in the whole wotld, and Texas, a gold miner all over Mexico and Ceucral America, an oil producer for nine years in Oklahoma btid Iudian Reservation, and two years in Kansas. He expects to start drilling for oil here next month. Mr. Exshaw and his ton are at the Duncan House where they came several weeks ago from London, England. Mrs. Exshaw and the remainder of their family are expected here in a month's time. Lillian Russell's fourth venture in married life took place June 12 in New York when she became the bride of Robert T. Exshaw bought from I.ew Alexander P. Moore, publisher of tho Waggoner Monday morning the corner Pittsburg Leader. She Is now Mrs. lot on First and High streets on the Helen Louise East Side. It is the site of the old LilBreckenridge Inn which burned about lian is years old and has twelve years ago. Consideration $ 7OO. one daughter. She has not retired Mr Exsliaw said to The Breckemidge from the stage. News Monday morning that he would build a hotel at once. It will have fifGame At Hawesville. teen bed rooms, one sitting room, one sample room, large lobby, two bath Marion Wcatherholt's Athletics, a rooms, large lavatory and laundry, eleclights, heating and hot water juvenile ball team of Cloverport, came tric throughout. "I like Cloverport for down Wednesday and engaged the quietness and think the rh'er scenery Hawesville juniors In a double game. very pretty, but for business and money The first resulted in a score of 12 to 0 purposes, I like the West better and in favor of Hawesville, and the second Canada best," said Mr. Exshaw when 7 to 0 in favor of Cloverport. The last asked how he liked the town. He came game was only six innings. The Clarto thls'city several weeks ago in tbe in- ion. terest of leasing ground from the Cau-uCoal Company. He learned of CloHardinsburg Defeated. verport through a friend of his who had money in this Company. His home is A mixed team composed of members in England and he was born in Dublin of the Grays ind Juniors piayed cj county, Ireland Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday, forty-seven el winning the game Friday by a score of 12 to 6 and the Saturday game by a score of 7 to 4. Owensboro Enquirer. E E Says Teaching Is Not The Worst Paid Profession And That Any Teacher Can Command The Deserves-H- is Salary He Fourth Year At Flemingsburg. Edmond Wroe, superintendent of the public school at Flemingsburg, in p t Reception To Mr. And Mrs. English. The members of the Walnut-streBaptist church will give a reception in the lecture room of the churqh Friday evening in honor of the pastor, Rev. E. B. English and wife. Mr. English recently resigned after a very successful pastorate of three years. Invitations have been extended to all the preachers of the city and a pretty program has been arranged for the occasion. Owensboro Enquirer. et m i- - Mr. Newton's Home. John Newton have a most attractive place on Oak Street between Fifth and Sixth streets. It Is Mrand Mrs. speaking of the teaching profession, declares that it is not, as so many people and journals claim, the wors paid profession. He believes that a teacher commands the salary he Is capable of making and if he does not get a good salary it is the teacher's fault and not the people's. Mr. Wroe has again accepted the office of superintendent of the Flemingsburg public school in which there are nine teachers. He has been trying for aTnonth to get a man equipped for a $900 position in his school and has not found him yet. This Is the fourth year Mr. Wroe has been at Flemingsburg and his salary has been raised for the term. All the new methods of teaching and of dicipline are used in the Flemingsburg school, Mr. and Mrs. Wroe and little son, Edmond, Jr., will be with his parents a few days longer before going to Georgia to visit Mrs. Wroe's parents. 1912-19- 13 begius Sunday. The church bn purchased one hundred of the "New OTHER NOTES BY THE PASTOR Evtingel" song books and it is desired that all who will assist in the singing duriug the meeting shall meet every The Baptist Sunday School Bjard at night this week to become familtar with Nashville, Tenn , has inaugurated a the book and the songs. Bro. Nelson teacher training department and has will conduct the devotional part of the outlined a very thorough course consisting of eight books. Upon the com- service Wednesday evening in the abof the pastor who is engaged to pletion of the first book a Normal Di- sence Mrs. Brandenburg presented her ploma many a couple at Lewisport 011 that is issued and upon the compledaughter with another just like it. evening, tion of each additional book a seal is given to" be placed on the diploma. 000 When four books have been completed Colored People's News. The women will meet at the church a red seal is awarded and wjien the Friday and will give the building a eight books are finished a blue seal is thorough cleaning before the meeting George and Edith Adams and baby given and theu the teacher Is a blue begins. They will bring their dinners have returned from Elizabethtown. seal graduate. nud have a "basket dinner'' at the noon Kentucky is leading the South in the hour. If a sufficient number of the Charlotte France is going to Louis teacher training work. There are fif- ladies come the work will not be ville to visit. trt Several of the colored people are sav teen states that affiliate with the on any nud the work will be more thnn ing money to buy homes and are mak- Southern Baptist Convention and this balanced with the social enjoj ment of ing efforts to become good citizens and Convention elects the Sunday School the day, Board. At the Convention at Oklahoma homo makers. City in May Kentucky took first place Ball-Ta- ul Wedding. in the number of Normal Diplomas New Summer Drink. The marriage of Miss Mlrtle Ball, held, the year before Kentucky held sixth place. This rapid advance is due of Hardinsburg, and Mr. Homer Taul, of Mdjuady, took place In Cannelton Tne base is cold tea into which lem- In the main to Louis Entzmluger, Ken- Saturday morning. They are n and progressive on juice is put, being sweetened to tucky's young people, the bride is the taste. Thu mixture is poured into a Sunday school secretary. The Clover- daughter of Mr. Jim Ball, and the lemonade glass, topped with a sprig port Baptist Sunday school is going grocm a son of Mr. Lafe Taul. of mint, and decorated with slices of after the best things in S. S. equipment and in teacher training work and orange, lemon and pineapple. has engaged the services of Secretary Entzmlnger for an Institute inSeptem Attractive Services. ber. This will be a rare opportunity for the Cloverport school as well as for Called At The Age Of Sevenly-Tw- o the schools of the county. It is desired The Children's Service held at the that the teachers and workers from all Years-Di- es At The Home Presbyterian church Sunday night was the schools in the county shall come for Of Her Husband, J. H. Lennon, brief and enjoyed by a large audience. this three days meeting. Pastor l The program was gotten up by Mrs spoke on teacher training the sec In Hardinsburg. Fred Ferry and Miss Laura Satterfield ond Sunday and a general interest was and one feature of it was the music, aroused and a number have indicated Mrs. Amanda Jane Lennon, w.fe of which was rendered entirely by Misses a desire to take the teacher training Lillian Polk, Cecil Jolly and Cecil Sim- course. The Pastor will organize a Rev. J. H. Lennon, of Hardinsburg, died ons, tne youngest pupils of Miss Lula class after the revival meeting is over of Bright's disease Monday morning, She Severs. As little Marion Behen said: and will take the class through the had been an invalid six years. Mrs "They sure could play the piano", and first book by tne time of the Institute Lennon would have been seventy-thre- e perhaps the young plancists do not and the class will receive their dlplo next November and was born in Adams know that one of the loveliest mas on the fourth Sunday In Septem- county, Ohio. She was married in 18SS characters that ever lived in Kentucky ber under the direction of the State to Mr. Lennon and they moved to owned this handsome old Instrument. Secretary. This Is just a foreword. Breckenridge countv in the spring of She was Mrs. Eudora Porter, who was There will be more to follow duriug 1SG9. She was a member of the Methodist church. The funeral was "Sunshinr" In the book "Tempest and the next few weeks. E. O. C. held Tuesday and was conducted by Sunshine". The piano was left to her the Rev. Mr. Shepherd. Mrs. Sue Brashear 000 Mr. Lennon will be seventy-seve- n Younger, and Mr. James Younger, of years old in August. Besides him, she West Point, is letting the church keep Pastor Cottrell will go to Lewisport tomorrow to unite lu marriage Miss leaves four children, Mrs. J. D. Beeler, it for an indefinite time. The Rev. Mr. McMichln, the minis- Sallie Jane Toler, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Nettie Phelps, W. S. Lennon and ter, who will probably be the pastor of Mrs. J. H. Toler, and Mr. Clyde W. W. B Lennon. this church and the Irvington congre- Martin of Winona Lake, hid. The Buys Lot On Main Street. gation, wr-- present. He delivered a young couple are of well to do families thoughtful sermon Sunday morning on and are popular In their circle of John Weisenberger, proprietor of the "olory Has Departed from Israel." friends. In the absence of Bro. Cottrell English Kitchen has bought the lot on Main street between Sippel's and Scott's places. Consideration 225. He DQ will build at once. 11 well-know- Attend Training Course Will vice every night this week nt the Baptist church preparatory to the meeting Be Given By Nashville Man. which song an t prayer ser- erholt And Cloverport's Enthusiastic Fishermen Trying To Land It In The River At The Mouth Of Gochagan Creek. OVER FORTY YEARS OLD. wide-awa- ke Cot-trel- Cloverport's enthusiastic and diligent fishermen are casting their nets in the mouth of Goehagan creek thlsseason.A tremendous Interest has been revived in the old Blue Cat fish that has been seen there for, at least, forty years, John Allen, of Tobinsport, was at this port Saturday. He knows that this giant fish lives in Goehagan and navigates into the Ohio every day for recreation. Ten years ago Mr. Allen and one of his friends caught it on their trot line. At first they thought the line had gotten fastened around a log- until the monsterous fish stretched out by the side of their skift. Mr. Allen said just as they were cooling down their excitement over its appearance, the fish turned over and broke the hook, and line. He said, although he was disappointed in not getting it, he believed if they had gotten the fish into their skiit they would have had a dangerous voyage home, as it was so extraordinarily huge and mighty. This fish, says Mr. Allen, has been known and seen by fishermen over forty years. At one time, West Dent, a colored man had large hooks made by a blacksmith for the especial purpose of trying to capture this whale of Goehagan, but it has been learned that it will not bite at large hooks. Carl Overton and Jesse Weatherholt, are going to fish for it this summer. They landed a 44 pound blue cat on a trot line last week and were sure proud of the catch. Fishing parties are being planned now and they have a goal to work for in trying to get the 130 pounder up the river - Acquiring A Motorboat One of the greatest virtues of the motorboat Is that almost anyone can own one.says George Fitch in the July Popular Mechanics Magazine. "A matorboat is not an indication of an ungovernably large income. If a man cannot alTord to buy a mahog. racer,with 200 horsepower stuffed Into a narrow thorax, he can pick up a second-hanrunabout, with an old engine which counts one and skips two until it has run a few miles and is thoroughly hot. If this Is beyond him, he can pick up a home made boat with two cylinders, a cast-iro- n propeller and a steering wheel made out of an old slat. If even this is too much luxury, he can beg or borrow a rowboat and install It In a mailorder engine which costs $49.50, and on which he can lavish just as much care and exertion and ingenuity and hoarse, reverberating profanity as if It had cost $7,000 and were built of aluminum and vanadium steel." Mr. Fitch relates, in humorous vein, some of his own experiences with motorboats,and to Instruct the reader In the guileful art of purchasing one. The article is illustrated. d four-cylind- grand-daughte- r, s Mrs. Chas. Frill Hurt r . U Swere; In Honor of Parents. the old Behen residence and has been remodeled with front and side porches. Kirk, June I7. (Special) Mr. and Other Improvements that have been dinner Sunday house and place a Mrs. Scroggius gave made, makes the in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw to beautiful home. the following guests: Father Kuue, Mr. and Mrs. James Crenshaw aud family, Passengers Assigned Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beavln, Mrs. T, J. To Lifeboats. Ryan and little daughter, Pauline, Misses Bessio Sheerau, Bertha Wheatley, steamship "Rotterdam" of the Katie Jarboe; Mr. and Mrs. Prank Htn-toThe and Emmett Crenshaw. In the a Line, on her last ice cream and cake were served. voyage to this port, carried ten extra All had a pleasant time. thirty-fou- r. lifeboats, making in all There was a card in each cabin, Herndon-Kin- g Wedding. with the name and number of occupants the lifeboat to which the wero assigned, and also a diagram The marriage of Miss Wilda Spotts-wooshowing its position on the boat deck. Herndon and Mr. Hewitt Oweu These are some of the first fruits of King was solemnized at 10 o'clock Mou-da- y the recent disaster. Scientific Amerevening, June 3, at the Loeweu ican. Hotel in Enid, Okla. The wedding was a very quiet one and witnessed by the Entertain At Lewisport. members of the immediate families. Mr. and Mrs. King left immediately Ruby Louise Reid, daughter of Mr. for their home in Oak Bluff, Dallas, aud Mrs. Clint Reid, Spent last fweek Texas. The bride Is the youngest daughter in Lewisport the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Jones entertained of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Washington Robert by her winning personfor her Thursday, June 6, it being the Herndon, and of her birthday. Those ality aud charming social endowments 6th anniversary Tom B. Pell, Rose Pell, enjoyed unusual popularity duriug her Kuox, Eugenia Lett, residence in Henderson. Her father Elizabeth Lataar, Wil- - will be remembered as the popular Mildred Toler, Nellie manager of the Kiugdon Hotel. Henfred Lamar, Toler, Hettie Ilewee Lambert, derson Journal. Holmes 11 n Holland-Americed In Memory. I$y II. c. n. I DO not ask for dreams coiuo true, Nor phips to 1113' Enchanted Islo; M3T only wish, tho long day through, To sco again his smile. way; Sunday morning while riding to church Mrs. Chas. l'rill was thrown from her horse and badly injured. Dr. McDonald said her right ear was cut loose and several ribs broken. The accident occurod near McGavock's country place where tho horse became frightened at a bicycle ridden by a Cloverport boy. Mrs. Frill has a husband and one daughter. Didn't Dare. Doctor The Increasing deafness of your wife is merely an Indication of advancing years, and you cau tell her Honors For Timothy Cole. Mr. Timothy Cole, whose wood-engravings I hear them chanting o'er tho dust His shining deeds, his Yet loveliest of all was just His living day by day. far-echoi- that star-strew- n telling her that yourself, doctor? Christian Intelligencer. Dangerous. "Why don't you praise that sausage moro?" demanded tho grocer. "That sausage is all right" "It doesn't pay to prnlso sausago too highly," retorted tho now clerk. "It might wag its tall." Washington Herald. Deep Joke. She Miss nawty's dltnplo Is awfully deep, Isn't it? Looks llko a gimlet hole. no Perhaps thnt's what gives her bucU a bored expression. Boston Tran- nusband Hum! Would you mind d through, tho night, There falls, His perfect singing otherwhere; But, oh, the anguish in the. sight Of this, his empty chair! Nor spires nor creeds have- over yet Fashioned for mo a paradise; But all my unfaith I forgot, Remembering his eyes. uetuury Magazine 1 ) J3Q0Q - ( script. "OCT ' -v Though fortuno may not deign to smile, There Is a chance for every one. Tho grand stand la the place for style, But the bUachers we the real fun. Washington Star, Opportunities. have been a feature of The Century Magazine for many years, has just received the degree of Master of Arts from Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. In conferring the degree it was said of Mr. Cole: "His work for The Century Magazine has been a real consecration of hlgbj ability for the good of his fellows. He has translated the great masterpieces of the world into the one languaage of black and white, and he has done it with a skill and symathy which cannot The result of his: be overpraised. effort has been an understanding and an appreciation of art values by multitudes There are few academic of people. distinctions that come to workers in such a field as that of Mr. Cole, The educational value of their accomplish-men- t is often overlooked, Dlckinsoa, College esteems it a great privilege; to recognize Mr, Cole's service as well as his personal worthiness by conferring upon him a a academic honor," hlgh-mlad- i .X, wrnxmiTM W. liJlIJifPP IRVINGTON :s Rev. Niram Willett and Mrs. Willett, of Shelbyvllle, are hero as Ruests of Mrs. Wlllett's mother, Mrs. Joe Greene B ft i ' Anderson. Miss Johnnie Moorman, of Glen Dean, is visiting Miss Elizabeth Crlder. Mr. nnd Mrs. Foster Lyons and grandson, Philip Derapster.were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Bailey Sunday. Bailey Waller, of Hopkinsville, Is here as the guest of Mr. and Mis. I. Pf,' Perndon. Santa Barbara, Cal., after spending ten days here as guests of relatives, left Tuesday evening for Santa Mr. and Mrs. C. b. Neafus ana cmiu-ren The Ladles Brass Band of Vine Grove will furnish the music for the big Fourth of July Barbecue here. Be sure you come. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shain, of Guston, were guests of Mrs. Shaln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sipes, Sunday. Mrs. Sallle Tilford, who has been in Louisville for the last three months, returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hook and Ruby Huynes and Elizabeth Hook went to Tell City Saturday for a visit to Mrs. Hook's sister. Mrs. G. T. Marshall returned Wednesday evening from a visit to her sister in Spiceland, Ind. Dan Young, of Philadelphia, is here as the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Young. Edwin Jolly, of Louisville, spent Sunday here with his wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ashcraft, of P. U. last Thursday evening was a cream supper on Saturday evening, great success both socially and finan- June 22nd. cially. J. S. Bjftrd itnd Miss Claire Forrest Knott Hardin, of Cloverport, came Board went to Louisville Sunday to be up in his machine last Sunday nnd was the guests of Mrs. Leek Frymire. Misses Pauline Smith, Maetta Drake, here for the day as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blythe. On his ret rn Erie Smith and Zula Cox formed a jolly he was accompanied by Mrs. Blythe crowd nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. and children, Koss and Nora, who are Zach. Cox of Kkron Sunday. spending ten days as guests of Mr. and EmestStithisiu Louisville this week. Mrs. Hardin. Miss Ava Anderson, of Ekron, was Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stephenson and the guest of Mils Mary Smith Sunday. little son, of Auburn, were here this Mr. and Mrs T. W. Anderson spent week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sunday lu Uewleyville with Mrs. Rob. Herndon and mother, Mrs. Annie Triplett. Herndon. Mr. and Mrs Claude Myers went to Mrs. Dale Smith and little daughter Louisville Sunday. are iu Guston as guests of Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith. There is no real need of anyone being Mr. Lloyd S. Carter.of Seymour.Ind., troubled with constipation. Chamberwas the guest of Miss Jessie Leeber lain's Tablets will cause an agreeable movcrr-of the bowels without any last week. Conductor John Miller was visiting unpleasant effect. Give them a trial. For sale by All Dealers. his sister, Mrs. G. L. Brady, Monday. E. H. Shelman was in Hardinsburg nt Todd-Sween- ODD Marriage CUSTOMS OF GYPSIES Ceremony Closed by Bride and Groom Jumping Over a Broom Wed at Early Age. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg;, Kentucky London. There are traditions of the marriage ceremony among certain gypsies In England consisting simply of Jumping over a broom or besom, and It Is only within tho last fifty yeara that that custom haa been extinct in Wales. The besom was hold by tho father 3f tho bridegroom or bride, and first tho young man Jumped over it, and then tho young woman, whereupon tho offlclnl would mnko somo such remark as, "Now you arc married." Gypsies invariably marry at an early ago, and as tho parents aro loath to lose their daughters, tho girl frequently runs away with tho young man of her choice. In numbers of cases there is no marriage ceremony. Only peoplo who havo lost their character OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK K4E4K44KHK4j f wtvfCcVcVCVC nP RURAL TELEPHONES I Mr. 1 armor, aro you interested? If so, cull on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and havo him explain tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. n o -- f 1 m spent Sunday In Guston visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Childs. Mrs. C. R. Shepherd and Miss Dorothy Shepherd, of Louisville, are spending two weeks here as guests of the different members of the Baptist congregation. Miss Mary Alexander, of Louisville, who has been the guest of her brother, Ed. F. Alexander and family, returned home Monday. She was accompanied by her neice, Miss Mary Emma Alexander. If there is anyone vou especially wish to see, be sure to come to the Irving-to- n You'll find Barbecue July 4th. them there. Miss Elizabeth Claire Jolly, who for the past year has been a student at Indiana University at Bloomington, returned home Thursday evening to spend the summer vacation here as the guest of her brother, Louis H. Jolly and Mrs. Jolly. Mrs. Louis H. Jolly will give her annual class recital in the school chapel Friday evening.June-'- l. at S:15 o'clock. The public is most cordially invited to m be present. This recital promises to be of the musical events of Brecken one ridge county, since Mrs Jolly has among her pupils most talented musicians, pupils who show by their execution that they have devoted both time and labor in pursuit of their musical Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE studies Irvington is movt fortunate in down a chick's throat cures having located in her midt so gifted A few drops in th drinking water and talented an instructress is Mrs prevents cholera, cures andi diarrhoea Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Fon Rhodes,' f Mf a, .. Sample and booklet 'mt spent Sunday here as u st- - Mr ,md eases of fowls" sent rank Bourbon Remedy Co. Lexington, Mrs. Ed. F. Alexander. Eteasss Ij, The Lawn Fetegixe'i In tne B. . sold u ir ington piiARAUcv. iningtoii, Ky The marriage of Miss Jean Thruston Todd and Mr. Singleton Young SweenThe heavy wind here Sunday night ey was solemnized Wednesday ovening put tht local telephone lines out of at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's business. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Todd, on East Fifth street. It was a pretty Special Offers At McCubbin's home wedding, whose every arrange Store At Stephensport, mont Was marked by the quiot simplicity of its good taste. The decorations throughout the house Beautiful Lawns 5 to S 'cents. were most beautiful, pink roses, daisies and ferns being artistically used. See the pretty satin striped voiles, The ceremony took place in the draw-in- g crepons and toklo silks at 25 cents. room in front of the French win McCubbins. dows, which were banked with ferns for Brick, Lime, and gracefullj' festooned with roses. See McCubbins The bride and groom entered tho Roofing, Ceiling paper, Guttering, Paints, Oils, Varnish aud all kinds of parlor through the library and were preceded by little Jean Todd Coffman, hardware and harness. who, daintily attired In a white lingerie dress, carried a basket of roses and GUSTON scattered the petals before the couple. The impressive ring ceremony was used by Dr. Lewis Powell, pastor of the Miss Hazel Payne, of Webster, is the Settle Memorial Methodist church, guest of Mrs. W. S. Board. who officiated. Tho music was a beautiful feature Mrs. II. L. Bell entertained her Sunday School class of young men Friday of the wedding and was played by Mr. W. S. Horner on the violin, accompanevening. and Mrs. D. L. ied by Miss Mary Todd at the piano.,The Mrs. X. Gardner Smith and baby, of Irviugton, were Bridal chorus from Lohengrin was used guests of their parents, Mr. aud Mrs. for the processional, and the Perfect Day by Carrie Jacobs Bond was exquiJ. R. Smith, for a few days this week. sitely played during the ceremony. Miss Ethel Williams and Miss Elsie The bride was handsome in an exBaxter have returned from Bowling quisite gown of shadow lace over Green where they atte ded the State white satin with pearl trimming, with Normal School. tulle veil gracefully arranged in cap Mrs. S. C. Neafus and little daughter, effect, fastened with orango blossoms Pauline, of Irvington, were the week and worn oil the face, and carrying a end guests cf Mrs George Neafus. shower bouquet of Miss Mary E. Smith was the guest of and white sweet peas. her sister, Mrs. W. L. Cox at Irviugton After congratulations a delicious Thursdav. substantial luncheon was served the The Royal Neighbors will have an ice guests, who were limited to the rela ey Monday. Mrs. Jerry Springs. ey Marriage. CUMBERLAND TEIEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY L (Incorporated.) Tilford is at Dawson IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with less effort; want your baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family 5 & Jk A Gypsy Home. JvjH Then Use Lewisport Best r It will do all this Flour 1 and more. anteed Every sack guar go into one of tho Hearnes. Incidentally ho mentioned that Ger man gypsies like to havo their chil dren baptized as often as possible, and tho practice of successive baptism is not unknown in England. In both England and Germany the food of a gypsy must on no account bo touched by a woman's dress. On ono occasion, said Mr. Thompson, ho was having tea with a family when a boy of 1G hurled back a pieco of bread at his mother because she had allowed It to touch her dress whilo sho was cutting it. She remarked ho was right not to eat It and she gave it to the dog. a church to bo married, said LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky It was duo to tho gypsies' rear that unless this were dono the ghost of the dead person would return, and haunt Woman's Christian Temperance Union The ladies of Irvington have organized a local Woman's Christian Temper-anc- e Union. The following officers were M" can swear. BONUS er" is tho most sacred oath a gypsy London Chronicle. "By tho oath of my dead grandfath- ONE & HOP tives and personal fri.nds. Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney left on the 8:35 L., H. &St. L. train for an east ern wedding trip, and will be at home at Roanoke, Va., after June 26. Among the out-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. II Bowmer of Cloverport, Mrs. Charles Moorman, Versailles, Ky.; Mrs. James L. Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Carter Wilson, Louisville, and Dr. E. B. Sweeney, Philadelphia. Owensboro Enquirer. of -- ISI $3.50 . Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 3 5O. S u brcri be Today ! Now! The gypsy held very strong views on tho value of chastity. As recently as 1875 an old Suffolk gypsy said tho ancient punishment for immorality was burial alive, and ho described a certain spot where, as a boy, he saw a girl undergo this punishment Tho corpse of a gypsy is usually carried to tho grave by tho mourners themselves, and the day after the funeral everything which had belonged to the dead, except money, Is destroyed. Three vans had been burned during tho last year. Tho harness and everything was placed in the van, soaked with paraffin and set on fire, and tho ashes and tho parts that could not bo burned were burled, or, preferably, thrown Into a river or the sea. Crockery was broken and tho fragments dropped from a ferry Into tho Mersey; In another case tho unburn-eportions of a gypsy's belongings were carried miles In order to bo dropped into tho Tyne. Only three months ago, on tho death of a baby a few months old, tho family burnod practically a now wagon, which had cost 80. Tha custom nf destroying evervthlng d elected: President, Mrs. Jennie CalFOR TEETH loway; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Edwin H. Jolly; Corresponding Secretary, Unusual Activity to Collect False Mfs. Holt; Treasurer, Mrs. A. D. Molars In Massachusetts County Follows. OFFERED Greenfield, false teeth. I mail you immediately threo cents for each tooth received." This advertisement, which appeared in the last issue of a Greenfield weekly newspaper, has caused unwonted activity on the part of Franklin county residents. The outgoing mail has assumed such proportions that tho postmasters of several hamlets aro hopeful that their receipts will be swelled sufficiently to securo them a higher salary rating. Old teeth are being resurrected from attics, barns and abandoned wells. A Colbrain youth admits robbing a scarecrow In his cornfield o his false teeth. In one local .cafe Interest in tho baseball pool is overshadowed by heavy wagers ns to who can collect the greatest number of artificial teeth which havo seen actual service. great-unclo- 's great-grandfather- 's Old Mass. "Wanted Send old artificial teeth. quires any internal treatment whatever. All that is needed is a free application of Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging the parts at ea6h application. Try it and see how quickly it will relieve the pain and .soreness. Sold by All Dealers. It,is now well known that not more than one case of rheumatism in ten re- Clover Creek Association. A Board meeting of the Baptist Association will be held Saturday at Clover Creek. Messengers from all churches are expected to be present. Dinner on the ground. On Sunday following a Sunday School Convention will be held also.,. Everybody is invited to s attend. Jill $3 tnj mr Consult'!. N. McGlothlau for subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, Times, Post, Herald, Farmers Evening Post Home Journal. Stonk Ynrrl .Tnn. Louisville and Breckenridge News al, Western Recorder and .Breck one year ?3.50. ennago isews. I Kirtchibaum Clothes. MI WOOI. HAMDtJIX.kU t fttl kj Get Ready Fop TTie Barbecue at Irvington Take advantage of our Important Reduced Prices and Summer Bargain Sales. This week we are giving opportunity to every woman and every man to save money. You can wear summer clothes only a short while and it is one's duty to get garments at the lowest possible price """"aBMi Kircchbau m' 3othe& n. OQL HANDUltOaiD V' rll S7.50 $3.00 ' 4 Summer Clothing Blue, Gray and Brown Serges at 5.00, $10.00, $12.50, .$15.00 and $20.00. All good values and $2.50 to $5.00 cheaper than can ho bought orditfr Tn OOfl narily; priced from. ... 00 ' 5ZU 7 SO, - Ladies' Low-Cu- t Shoes k. Ladies' Skirts Black; prices from Whito Waists In Whito Canvas or Buckskin, Tan and Gun Metal Prices to suit your pocket-hoo- Ladies' and Misses Blue, Brown, Gray and From all-wo- ol Skirts in To To S3 Big Line of Underwear 50c Li mi BIG LINE OF SHOES ON BARGAIN COUNTER AT YOUR OWN PRICES Big Line Mens Odd Pants in all Sizes at $1.25 to $5.00 MVFWrHTfvmnr. "VJTTrti ED. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky IxMSmiH v T NINETY-SI- X NEW Don't Forget When M0FFICER8 Ninety-Fiv- e INSURING that you can be robbed ns well tn your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. Americans And One ing pride and joy to their hearts and when they grow old and their hands tremble and their legs wabble and their step is slow and faltering they have two strong arms, to lean upon and help them over the rough places that lie in their twilight path. Exchange Each age of our lives has Its joys Old people should be happv 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 COME TO ' Costa Rican Receive Diplomas From United States Military Academy At West Point. LOUISVILLE! Afe We will Rebate 5 Per Cent ot Your Total Purchases Up to the Amount ot Your Round Trip Railroad Fare. Ai AdUAfc a RESULTS WHAT IS WANTED The commencement exercises of the United States Military Academy took place around the battle monument nt Wet Point lust Wedueadny morning under the old elms. One nice thing ijbout the affair whs the presence of the mothers and the girls. Col. George W, Goethals, of the canal, made the speech of the day. His address was simple and new army officdirect to the ninety-sier i. The world demands results, he told them, and he related a little incidett about a man who gave good reasons for uot obeying an order of Gen. Lord Kitchener. "Very good," answered the General, "those are the best reasons I have ever heard. Now go and do what I told you to do, ' The world does not want reasons, the speaker said; it may listen, but it wants you to do it. He gave the young men good advice about their contact with the world. They might meet men who seemed to have succeeded by standards which would be condemned at the school, but they must be careful and not permit anything to destroy their ideals or to amend their idea of honor. Col. Goethals did not make n long speech. x Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgagesand other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. E Misses Maetta Drake and Zula Cox and brother, R. M. Cox, spent Sunday with their uncle, Samuel Cox, in Sam- A Texas Wonder. ple. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown have gone to Louisville to make their home. D. B. Williams, of West Point, spent Sunday with his parents. Mrs. Bel tie C. Richardson visited her son, Frank Richardson and family last week. t Henderson and Mr. and Cloierport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Cox attended the decoration service of the Masons and Odd Fellows at Brandenburg Sunday, children visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Snxton RJehardson and Mrs. Geo Hardesty, near Paynesville family, of near Mnysville, spent Satur Sunday. urdav with Mr. and Mrs. Blant Shack- Jim Mills, of Paynesville, was in this lette, Jr. neighborhood one dny last week on Lee Ashcraft, who has been connectbusiness. ed with a school in Alabama for the past year, is spending his vacation with "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for his mother, Mrs. Belle Ashcraft, near years. No appetite, and what I did eat here. distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Mrs. McNally and Miss Julia Medley, Bitters reached the cause." J. II. of Louisville, spent Sunday with their Walker, Sun bury, Ohio parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Medley. 1 Marion Weatherholt saves yon the cost of your traveling expenses, but it also gives you the advantage of our big assortments and extra low prices, which we are enabled to quote by reason of our being affiliated with the greatest buying organization in the world. CThis not only Mrs.-Gilber- DRY GOODS MILLINERY READY-TO-WEAR I FOOTWEAR CARPETS lam ih.,.i'iimw,,hi..i ..., . b., '" AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS 1 . 11 v JH.' Mrs. O. C. Rice and daughter, Verna The Texas Wonder cures kidney and May, are visiting friends and relatives BEWLEYVILLE. bladder troubles, removing gravel, in Hancock county. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Dr. W. G. Shacklette, of Pleasure irregularities of rheumatism, and all the kidneys and bladder in both men Missionary Rally Advertised For Ridge Park, was to see his mother last week, who has been ill but is much and women. Regulates bladder troubSunday, July 14 All Day A- improved now. les in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on reffair With Basket Dinner. There are good prospects of our bank Er"""11"1 minimi mmmmasaaaBBmn nmmtnm n t nw urn nm muBmmamamassamMmaBamsmmm ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two opening up for business soon. Other News And Personals. month's treatment and selc'om fails to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hagan entertain perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ed several at their home Sunday. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Owing to the continued dry weather Kentucky testimonials. Sold by and the scarcety of plants, very little Executrix Notice. tobacco has been set in this vicinity. Miss Kathleen Walker, who has been "All persons having claims against ill is better. the estate of Chester B. Beavin, deceasMiss Virginia Galloway and Miss Cloverport, Ky. ed, are notified to present or send them Organized 1872 Carrie D. Flakes, of Irvington, spent to the undersigned executrix of his esMrs. June Hall has been sick for two the week end with Mrs. C. H. Drury. tate, duly proven as required by law, weeks. There will be a Missionary Rally at on or before the 1st day of July, I9I2. Mrs. Carlt Chappell and two daugh Bewleyville Sunday, July I4. As ft is Mary A. Beavin, ters, Minnie and Josie, of Weldon.were an all day service be sure to bring your Executrix of the estate of Chester B. the week end guests of Mrs. Wm. dinner. Everybody is cordially invited Beavin, deceased P.O., Cloverport:, to attend as we are all interested in Ky." Chappell. Mrs. Winfield Hendry and children, missions. We are glad to hear that Mr. Hugh A Drydock For The An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. of Irvington, have been spending sevJ per Cent on Time Deposits Hardaway, of Guston, who was taken eral days with Mrs, Z. C. Hendry. Largest Ocean Ships. M BBMWMEgCTI'im IHHMHthw wwmbiiiii Master Lonnie Ater and sisters, suddenly ill two weeks ago, is well on 1 IIiMIUMHIIIbJ H'Mll'tiliUHMrjnaMBBBM Larnie and Kitty Ater, visited their the way to recovery. We are heartily in agreement with Dr. Bowles, of Louisville, will begin bister, Mrs. Sam Robbins, of Amnions, Henry Burden, of Sample. Dock Commissioner Calvin Tomkins, in a protracted meeting at the Baptist Sunday Miss Nora Beatty was at Kirk Monhis recommendation that a drydock Mr. and Mrs. Orley Prather, of church on Monday night, July 15th., day shopping. should be built at this port, large Paynesville, spent Sunday with ner instead of a later date as was first an- enough to accommodate the biggest David Crews, who is working on the nounced. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blant West. Are overlooked in ocean liners. As matters now stand, if railroad, spent Sunday with his family bank! Ben Cox was in the Bunker Hilj Chester Chappell, of Irvington, spent a ship like the "Titanic" should come here. neighborhood Tuesday on business. Sunday with his parents here. into port, seriously disabled, there is no J. M. Beatty spent Wednesday near I. H. Cox has the banner oat crop dock that could accommodate her. Harrv Brashear, of NewAlbany.Ind., It Cloverport. We value small account;-- , and do nil we can to make spent Tuesday n'ght with Henry Cash-ma- this season. He says his oats are all is possible that a ship of this size, if she There will be singing at the Baptist this! class of depositors feel at home. We are in a posiheaded out and averages waist high. reached an American port seriously church the first Saturday night in July. , tion to assist depositors in conservative ways to develMisses Virginia Galloway and Carrie damaged below the water line, would Miss Blanche Hall left Saturday to be Warren Purcell, of Arkansas, is ex op their interests, and invito the consideration of our D. Frakes and Messrs. Edgar Hardaway nevertheless be a total losi because of with her sister, Mrs. Frank Philpot, of pected soon to be the guest of his and Wathen Drury spent the day Sun the Impossibility of making the necesfacilities for rendering large or small service in a satisStoney Point, who is sick. sary underwater repairs. Scientific mother, ot Sample. day with Miss Aliene Hardaway. factory way. Willis Chappell visited his brothers, Miss Lula Brumfield, of Sample, who Our spring school is progressing nlce-l- American. n Carlt and Lawrence Chappell, at guest of her sister, Mrs. has been the under the direction of Miss Emma Sunday. A sprained ankle may as a rule be Abe Bryant, returned home last Mr. and Mrs. Renfro Knott and Foote with entire satisfaction both to cured in from three to four days by appupils and parents. FIRST STATE BANK, Ky. Chamberlain'; Liniment and ob Constipation causes headache, indiH. Cox was in Irvington Saturday plying J. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier serving the directions with eacii bottle. gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For a Thousands Have Kidney on business. For sale by All Dealers. mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Corresponded Always give name, Trouble and Never Suspect Regulets. 2.1 c a box at all stores. time and place in every personal. Tell How To Find Out. where a person is from, time and place HCQUADY Fill a bottle or common glass with your he visits. Thanks for letter. Write water and let it staud twenty-fou- r hours; PISGAH. a brick oust sedi- again Editor. 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months old-gment, or settiine. llrs. Will Davis and children spnt ivTj) stringy or milky Never can tell when you'll mash the week end at GaVfield the guests of Miss Rebecca Lamb left Saturday for ones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 appearauceouen finger or suiter a cut, bruie, burn or mother, Mrs. flruner. br Tobinsport to visit her sister, Mrs. indicates an unyears old and some nice cattle. Miss' Dela Board i vUiting friends VituU Lamb. healthy condi- scald. Bo prepared. Thousands rely tion of the kid- ou Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your near Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank and little neys ; too fre- druggisr soils it. 95c and 50c. W. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, HardinslurgTxy. Our entire community was made sad daughter, of Mattingly.aUeaded church quent desire to pass it or nam in Sunday uight by the death of little here Sunday. f rtllWIIMOT What Is A Boy Worth? th ' back are also s mntoi6 that tall you Reua Miller, daughter Mr. Forest Mil The angel of death visited the homo the kidneys and bladder are out of order yean, old. Her death of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Taul, June the ler. She was and need attention. Somebody has figured out that the was caused .by tuberculosis. She leaves ninth and took away their precious vlmt Ti Do. There is comfort i:i the knowledge so average boy who is dependent upon his a father and several sisters and broth little babe which was only spared t) often expressed, tbt Dr. Kilmer's a livelihood until he roaches ers to mourn for her. Th funeral was them a few momenta. It. was laid to Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy, parents for the age of Si years cost them $4,000 by pronchtd by Hev Willett and the inter- rest in the IMsgah grnvo yard. Aoother lumus miiiusi evfry wish in correcting rheumatism, pain lu the back, kidneys, the timo they get away from the home ment was in the Mautist cemeterv .Mon- sweet flower has been transplanted in liver, bladder andevery part of theurinary roost. The question arises does it pay day afternoon. Goda own garden. Weep not dear ones passage. Corrects inability to hold water Misses Joe Anna Clark.of Qwnsboro, for God knows best, for he has said, and scalding pain in passing it, or bad to raise boys and are there no other effects following use of liquor, wine or crops that would prove more profitable? and Viola Clark, of Glen Dean, are here "Suffer the little children to come unto F. M. W ATKINS QAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- If a boy turns out to be a cigarette visiting their sister, Miss Iva Clark. me for of .such is the kingdom of cessity of being compelled to go often fiend with a breath like u turkey buzMr. Sue Taul still continues in very heaven." through the day, and to get up many This engine is in good condition; hits boon run about tunes duriiig the night. The mild and zard and a laugh that makes the untu- poor health. 4 years and is n bargain toanyono needing a stationary immediate effect of Swamp-RoWhen your child has whooping nough is tored donkey perfectly at home in his Little Miss Eula May Lyons received soon realized. It stands the highest be- - society and with an untrammeled and engine. Has all necessary pipes, gusolino tunic which a fall Sunday which resulted in some be careful to keep the cough loose and causeoiitsremarKauie unconquerable desire to avoid work, it is expectoration easy by giving Chamber very painful bruises. holds about 150 gallon's; has detachable gasolino pump health restoring propsafe to say that his parents might have Iain's Cough Remedy as may bo requirerties. If you need a and n natural gas attachment. leason for selling Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson are the invested their $1,000 t a much betttr medicine you should MMUIilUMMtZV ed. This remedy will also liquify the ontiroly too largo for my purpose. For further inforhave he best. Sold by advantage. Hut if the boy grows up to proud parents of a baby girl. tough mucus and make it easier to ext druggists in Mrs. Pate and son Garland, of Louis- pectorate. It has been used successmanhood with the lesson well learned mation call on or address 8BU Sizes. Hum may have a sample bottle sent free that wealth and uuccess grow only on ville, are visiting her daughter, Mrs. fully in many epidemics and is safe and You UIUU. AUUICH Ul, illUlCI IX V.U., illllg- - bushes watered by the sweat of one's George Ball. sure. For sale by All Dealers. JNO. D. BABBAGE, :: itou, n. y. Mention tins paper, ana brow the parents need not begrudge Ky. .miss suua uates is tne guest tor sevibertnename, Dr. KUmarJs bwamp- - whatever they might have spent on eral days of her cousin, Miss Irene anu tue auurvsa, Asinguatmou, Cumberland Telephone No. 46. him, for he will be a source of increas- - Taul, of Cloverport, and her 6kttr,Mrs. sa every bottle. i THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK SOLID AS A ROCK FOR UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 40 YEARS fcaag The Interests of Small Depositors not this Wel-do- v :: Irvington, l BARGAINS FOE QUICK SALE! ood jijVJjH t, For Sale 15 H. P. ot ft fifty-cen- Olie-UOli- ar utSimma-UZul- . Cloverport, Subscribe Now .t 1 nWfttii.'A JITJk THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wednesday. "HT jii Roosevelt's presence in the middle of the fight is having its effect. It wouldn't surprise us it ho didn't capture the plum on tho first ballot. Geo. Lyddiin, in watermelons A. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Irvington, has 87 A. in peas, 45 A. in corn, and Geo. will havo plenty of friends this fall. 1 Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in rsaE CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1912 as Subscription price SI. 00 a your in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c por line, nnd 5c for each additional EIGHT PAGES. : Wc still believe it will be Wilson at Baltimore. Tho Kentucky . delegation will go for him when Clark gets out of the way. . Jr., Attention is called to the notico from Inspector to the breeders and shippers of sheep. . R. Moorman, Every farmer, every woman, every boy and every girl busy this . week. Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 conts per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso notify us. insertion. and Interior Decorations IN RESPONSE TO MR. IRWIN'S EFFORTS A PETITION SHOULD BE SENT AT ONCE Irwin, President and General Manager of the Henderson Route, took an auto ride through Indiana some weeks ago. Ho said he could not help seeing the grout difToronco in the appearance of the farms, the homes and the barns in that state as compared to his. homo state and along his road. It opened hi eyes and he came home with the thought that ho must do something to help his people and (spo-- c illy the" people along the line of his road to get a little more cnthu-ui"- m anJ pride in their farms and homes and their way of farming. His first idea along this lino is better farming, more up-t- c date methj less acreage. ods better care of land, bettor crop-- and the farmers need instruction, they need Mr. Irwin's idea is that information as to how big crops are raised on lands, no better than their owii, with the same outlay of jnonoy and labor. He wrote tho agricultural department at Lexington and they willingly ngreed to furnMi tho information thiough their bureau of intelligent and praconly requirement they tical teachers without money or price. The an arrangement has farmers, as Uod was the iattendance of the nt- Invit-iiv- fto ,... . . li .1 n ut u.nsi it l" "",u " &unu vi been made witn tno jjepariiiient meetings in Meade and Brccken ridge counties next Norclnhcr. They will bold these meetings at any point in the county where the people want them and arc willinir to furnish the hall or a convenient place asked for a meetingand for holding them. Brandenburg has already asking for one to be held there. is getting up it petition It remains now for Breckenridge county to get bus,y. Clover-tin- vt nt'od this meeting the farmers for miles around want the in- should be circulated at once foi nmtion about their work. A petition the county can Have it, only for the asking for it. Other places in L. .1. -. T"" f Here's a leading Taft man i Wanted Screen Doors, Windows and Wire know where he "was at" Monday. by the He who didn't ,nav know time this. he reads 10 Jersey Cows 1 Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. All Kinds of. Planing Mill Work to Order ON to 7 years old j PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION Bj?iwil2firffllr Milk Average 28 lbs. HARD1NSBURG Miss Llnnle Walls has returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville. First cluss repairs of watches, etc., " and u fine first class line of watches, silverware, spectacles, Jewelry and musical instruments and findings at T. C. Lewis. Miss Louise Aud, of Herndon, Va., is the guest of Mrs. Morris Beard. Per Day Price $100 per head or $1,000 for 10 a $ I jj us uuena to your w'eb .business after you are jlgz ? y head dead. c155ift i XI i. 4 Is Irvington Dairy Farm asking. So get busy now and go for it. THE BATTLE IN CHICAGO The Republican forces arc battling strong today in Chicago to make a nomination for President. From all accounts there has not convention in the history of the been such an interest in a National Republican party. The prominence of tho men who have made the race for the nomination before the Republican party in the various states, has made this possible. All kinds of charges have been brought against each other in the race, and their backers are wrought up to a desperate point to win the fight. It is possible that in view of these facts, the delegates might choose a dark horso altogether, and thus put both Mr. Tuft and Col. Roosevelt out of business. Whatever the result may be, it is certain the Democrats this yeir have the best chance they have ever had to elect u President, if they make a wise choice at Baltimore. FIRST TIME OUT IN TWENTY-TW- O YEARS Last week the regular ad for The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company was left out of the paper through a misunderstand-in- " about copy. Mr. Beard deplored it, because tho company has been represented in tho Breckenridge News every issue since July 1890 when the bank was organized. Col. Irwin has his eyes open to the fact that there is too much do nothing land along his line of road. Ho says a dairy would pay. That he can make better rates on shipments of milk to tho larger cities than he could in former years and there is no reason why there shouldn't bo a milk train. .Now Col. Gorsuch get your cows and extend your Dairy Line to Louisville. Bill Shelman is the power behind his dad's farm, lie knows to farm and is not afraid to get behind the plow or the hoe. Ilo manage a machine and a bteam roller and is doing equally as work on the farm with it as Taft is now doing at Chicago, Ho 23 acres of steam rolled wheat, the best piece in the county, and it pays to use it. how can g-o- has says and three children, was tho of Custer, are coming Thursday to llenry May Simons, aon ,i' boy in the children's service of 'tho Lucilo Memorial church. visit Mrs. Eliza and Mi.s Bettte Taylor. jf iris. The young man dwerves honorublo Theio were twenty-fi- ve Patents muat not forget to persuade their boys to Sunday rii ntiou. School. The generous, glorious rain of Monduy and yesterday make us want evory thing spike and clean! Now that tho dust is laid and a j teat deal of trash haa been waahed away, uo ought to make a strenuous effort to have perfectly clean streets in Cloveiport - especially Lennon. Mini Street! Mrs. Arthur Walker and children of Sturgis, are quests 0f Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kincheloe. Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and daughter June, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Beard. Mrs. Ernest Horlne, of Atlanta.Ga., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. U b. Haswell last week. Mr. and Mrs. Orrln Hardin and children were the guests of Mrs. Joel H. Pile Sunday. The children's exercises at the M. E. church Sunday evening were very delightful. The ssnys, recitations and chorouses were well rendered which showed that the committee had done everything in its duty to make the occasion a success. On the fifth Sunday (evening) of this month, the Southern Methodist will hold its annual l children's exercises. Miss Mattye Read,of Bowling Green visited Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Haswell last week. Mrs. G. A Pate, of Hopkinsville, and children, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Margaret May. Mrs. Marvin Beard entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evenine l" honor of Mrs. Allen S. Edelen, S. A. Pate.Joel H. Pile; Misses Louis Aud, of Herndon, Va. and Miss Read, of Bowling Green. Needles, shuttles, Bodkins, Rubber Belts for every kind of sewing machine O. K. spun oil at T. C. Lewis. Mrs. Jerry Lennon is quite 111. Judge and Mrs. Milton Board, of Louisvlllc.came last Thursday to spend the summer. They are boarding with Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Irvin Taylor is confined to his bed with a case of poison oak and a bruised Up from a fall In a game of John D. Shaw, cashier of the Farmers Bank, said the rains of Sunday and Monday were worth 51,000,000 to the farmers of Breckinridge county. There whs no session of the quarterly court Monday on account of the Illness of Judge Waggoner at his home in Ilites Run. Godfrey Ball is here from Ohio. Mrs. Nettle Phelps came Monday to attead the funeral of her motuer.Mrs. Sunday-schooMes-dambase-ball. Irvington, Ky. h The Rev. Kell, of Kmgswooil, benn series of meetings here in the At. E. Sun-ln- y church Sunday. Gus Dut'chke and family spent with his parents at Holt. Web Robertson, who is with the Southern States Mutual Life Insurance 1 Co., whs in Addison Frjdny to pay 000 life insurance to the estate of Hullie Black who recently die ' at that plnce. Mrs. Hor ce McCoy, of Uniou Star, town this week attending the meeting. She will be o ganist during the meeting. Quite a nice little ou'ing was that Sunday when Mr. and Mra. Louie D. Vox, Mrs. M. A. AlcCunbum ami Mr. and .Mr E. A. Sm tli with their luncli baskets well filled went on a hay ride to the old McGuhbiu, homo ne-t- r Sample and spent the day. Born to the wife of Frank Jones June 14 a girl. is in k JNl IT Make us the Uxecutors of your will, so that when you DIE, your wife will have someone whom she can depend on to permanently help her attend to business We can help her make investments, and look after her business, just the .same as you could, were you LIVING. If you appoint an individual as your IJxecutor, he may die and leave your wife with no one to advise or help her. Come in and see how we can be of service to you, both now and after you are dead. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600.000 00" THE BANK OF lURDINSliURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Ky. Quite a clean and ur to date met t shop here conducted by Mr. Dot Stlts anu son, uuston. Miss Lelah Belle Hawkins dined with Miss Mary B B.ishuui Sunday. Miss Julia Felln, of Holt, was in town Wednesday. Miss Winnie Hardin, of Lodiburg, was the guest oi Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lay a few days last week. Mrs. Forest Beauchatnp is still im- The Sinking of The Titanic Here was a vessel which embodied men's greatest skill and ingenuity in ship liuilding, starling out on her maiden voyage across the ocean. Her builders, her captain, her crew and evory passenger had absolute faith in tho staunchness of this great ship; but and because of this, carethere was lessness, not enough life boats were provided. Tho last orders from the bridge of tho Titanic before sho mado her final plunso into tho mighty ocean was "WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST" over-assurance, proving. Miss Lillian Adkins, of Sample, was tbe guest of Mrs. Forest Beauchatnp latt week. Miss Mary Hernice Shellman is wishing her uncle, Mr. Carlton Robertsoi , at Sklllman this week. Quae a storm here Sunday night, Jhut no damage done. ' THE DIGESTION NEW-BORN OF A INFANT snessrs Alviu Simons, of Mr. and Mth. Mr. Alf Taylor I We have sovoifcl time a millionaire in our town. What wo like about him is that he ia not afraid to spend m money in Clovorport Mrs. Sum Thompson is very ill. and is bponding it. There i life in this old town yet! She is not near Mi6S Ida Waggoner left Saturday for as dead as some people think, but very much alive. Watch us grow. Ilopkinsville where she has n position at Chicago right on the ground. If it should to bo Roosevelt, .less will be a foot taller whoa ltd comes happen home. And what ho will do to some of his Taft friends will bo a plenty. Editor Shinnick, of Sholbyville, was olected president of tho Kentucky Press Association and J. C. Alock, of Tho Jell'orsonian, treasurer. Two lino mon ot tho holm. was .lesso Kskridgo is ro-ole- ctod In the Asylum. The Stork left a baby girl, Nannie Lee Pulliam, nt the home of Mr, aud Mrs. Courtland Pulliam June 12. E. A. Smith aud wlfo went to liar-dlusbu- rg Thoro aro 1000 newspaper correspondents at Chicago reporting tho convention. Tho great and only Bryan is among tho bunch doing tho convention for the Louisville Herald. Monday. Born to the wife of Ed Ramsey June I7 a fourteen pound boy. Miss Rosu Bennett, of Tennessee, is visiting Mrs. S, A. Bennett. Mrs. M L. Roberts aud her ulece, Miss Alma Moorman, of Texas, returned from Louisville Sunday. baby is quito a helpless The object in many respects, but It has some resources that havo not been suspected. A common belief In regard to these Interesting animals Is that they are quite incapable of digesting anything but the comparatively simple food of the mother's milk. It is certain, at any rate, that no one in bis senses would offer such a baby food that is radically different from that of the mother's milk. Dr. Alfred F- Hess of the Department of Health of New York city has been able to show that both the stom n achand'he intestlno of a Infant one that has not yet partakon of any food -- contain digestive ferments In tho in considerable quantities. stomachs he found not only hydrochloric tcid,as in the stomach of an adult, but the two fermonts opsin and rennet. The stomach is therefore prepared to digest from the very start. The hy drochlorlc acid seems to have a useful function in that it is capable of killing any bacteria that may get Into the stomach by mistake. In tho intestine Dr. Hess found three types of ferments; namely, protease, or protein digesting ferment; lipase.or fat digesting ferment, and amylase, or starch digesting ferment. The last was the least regular in its amount, in some cases none being present Although bile is known to be present in tie gall bladders ot embryos some time before birth. Dr. Hess was unable to find any in the upper part of tho in babies of any of the thirty-fiv- e that he examined. The material for chemical examination was removed from the infan s by a special rubber tube, so that no harm was done to the little patients. were used to show the location from which the samples were removed. Scientific American. new-bor- n new-bor1 The sea of life is no less perilous; filled with as many icebergs and obstacles; human life is as uncertain as tho voyage of tho Titanic. Take warning provide life boats.- TIModorn society has no more, staunch life boats than those provided by a life insurance policy with tho - Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. The Leading Annual Dividend Company. Organized 1,845 PAV1S D. i WELL, S tiaruinsBurg, siy. lawn . Mrs, Uoss Talkington. of Leitchfield, ia visfting her gritnd-iiiuMtMra. N. M. Meicer. " Mi.s Vera Glusscodc has returned W. C. Moorman, Ulen Deau, was here from Hardinsburg where she ban been the guest 0f her sister, Mrc Pal Garter. last week. T. J. Moore is visiting his mother. Mr. and Mr. J. C. MHttingly, of Ax-te- l, were guests of his mother, Mrs, L. Mr. aud Mrs. E. C. Foote uud little B. Mcore, lust Sunday. er, J ut tes-tln- es X-ra- last Dr. Lampfou's wife and children, of week as guests of her mother, Mrs, h. McDauiels, are visiting her mother, . Moore. Mrt. Annie Glasscock. Tbe young people had quite, a pleas-aMra. E A Moore and Miss Jewel Moore Were shopping in I.eitchGeld fishing party Saturday iu houor of Friday. Miss Ruth Galloway's birthday. Miss Freddie May Glasscock gave a The Stork called at Jesse Day's the delightful party to her friends Thurs11th and left a little girl. day in honor of her eighteenth birthday. After a spleudid dinner was served Children's Day at McDauiels tbe 4th the young people chuperoned byDr Sunday. and Mrs. J, C. Tucker went fishing, Bro. Longaud family visited at Mc Wtien they returned Ice cream, strawserved on the Qulgglna last week, berries and cake were daughter, Annabel, visited here f si ' Ve Breckenridge News Mercer, of Hardlnsburg, were here last Sunday. LOOK Many A I ZK Mr. und Mr?. Abe Rickets and dau ghter, M.ss Ollte, went to Louisville Saturday. tMIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Mrs. Frasier and daughter, Ruth, BY THE ADVERTISING are in from the country, visiting Mrs. Robert Polk, Off rii Miss Mary Gibson tins returned home SCNERAL OFFICES Stt from a visit In Webster, Irvlngton and NCW YORK AND CHICAGO Basin Spring. 3 Bwa MCHES IN ALLTHfe PRINCIPAL CITIES Mrs, Wick Moorman has gone to RV Versailles to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. iATEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Moorman, Jr. Zack Hardin hnd children, of Holt, ,spen Sunday at the McGavock heme Precinct and city Offices f 2.50 $ 6.00 In the country. Far County Offices vYHu flW Sttte nml District Office Miss Mary B. Shellman, of Stephens-por- t, 1 15 00 Is spending the wetk at Skillman 10 kfSr CflllK, per line 10 visiting friends. IK''far Cards, per line Misses Mny and CeleMla Brown reFor All Publications in tbe inter iK j, est of individuals or expression turned home from Bethlehem College 10 Saturday night. ' of Individual views per line J. H. Classcock, of Olaton, Ky., has returned home after a visit to his son, Robert Glasscock Miss Mona Isome has been In from LOCAL BREVITIES the country visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen several days. Mrs. Frank Hall spent Saturday in Hawesville with her parents, Mr. and Ice box for sale cheap News Office Mrs. Milton Brown. "Upholstering done by C. P. Babbage. if. Mrs. iN'athaulal Tucker aud daugh, Miss Margaret SkUlraan Is In Louis- - ters, Misses Bcrnice and Leila, were in ville. Louisville last week. Miss Pearl Hall Is visiting friends nt Mrs. Zirckle and daughter, Miss May Zirkle, of Louisville, have been guests Miss Ora Bowlcls is visiting in Can of Miss Evelyn Hicks. iwlton. , Jess W. Owen was home trom the Ditto, of Decatur, was here South last week visiting his parents. IJohn T. Friday. Dt. Owen and Mrs. Owen. 'Allen Pierce was home' from Hender Mrs. Emma Mattingly, of Kirk,. Is son Sunday. spending the summer with her daugh... . l r ..l fc Mrs. same .Moorman was in iouia-vill- e ter, Mrs. Robert Glasscock. last week. Mrs. Will Withers and neice, Annie :X" Miss Mary Jarboe is home from Lee Mattingly, of Kirk, are guests of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. BenRidgeway. VjT , Miss Virginia Hill has returned home Mrs. Jas. McClellan and Miss Josie a from Evansville. Sahlie, of near Hites Run, were guests yC "Villlam White is home from Lexing- - of Mrs, Jas. Sahlie last week. $ ton for a short visit. and her Mrs. Selby McCracken Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone spent mother, Mrs. Witt, will leave this week , i "Monday in Louisville. to visit Mrs. Roth In Cincinnati. ljr Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry went to Carl Benton and two children, of l" Stanley Saturday night. Louisville, were in Centertown last ' Stuart Babbage arrived home from week to see his mother, who is ill. Louisville Friday night. Lightfoot Miller, of Cr.uger, Miss , is V( If your buggy top needs recovering In town for a brief visit to his sister, f- send it to C. P. Babbage. Mrs. George Bentley. Hancock Clarion , Joe (iranam ana roresi rimuou Mr. and Mrs. I. Procter Keith are receiving congratulations on their sec'were In Hardlnsburg Friday. 2 Mrs. Walter Graham who has b;en ond baby daughter, who arrived Thursday. HI for several days is improving. Mrs. Frank English and daughter, W. B. Phelps has returned home from Lida May, went to Skillman Saturday trip North. 'P an extensive business brief m P. D. Plank returned Monday night night to their country home for a visit. In Florida. after a visit to his farm .. .. and Mrs. Knott naruin were iiu The Henry Clay pebating Society Mr. meets every Friday night and will have iftlwn Thursday in their automobile. an open meeting the first Friday night Miss Helen Miller Is spending a few in July. days at the Isome home near town. Mrj. Robert Polk entertained a chain frs. Tennie Mosran. of The Pike, of ladies of the Baptist church Thurs4 visited Mrs. Will Gibson last week. day afternoon. The collection amountThe Ladles Reading Club meets with ed to $3. ?)fcMrs. 'L. T. Reid tomorrow afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis will leave ' Hardie Walker and mother, Friday to attend tne Bible Association Mrs Mrs. Smith, were in town yesterday. at Nashville and the League ConferMrs. William Waggoner, of Hender- - ence at Hopkinsville. . son, U the guest of Mrs. James Penner. Mrs. Cordrey and daughter, Miss Watkins, of Owensboro, Bertha Cordrey, of Elizabethtown, ar Miss Maria rived Saturday night to visit Mr. and - Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad. Mrs. James Cordrey. Mr. and Mm. John Neubauer will Attorney V. G. Babbage closed an leave Sunday for a trip to the Mammoth important real estate deal Monday in Cave. the sale of the lot on the corner of First Miss Minnie Blake, of Louisville, Is and High streets for Mr. R.T. Exshaw. &,the guest of her sister, Miss Lizzie Virgil A. Babbage is spending the DltlKC. summer at Bloomfield where he has a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and Miss place on the farm. tak'ng an t Alma Perkins were in Louisville last agricultural course at He is University. State Week. Learn the value of advertising by Barney Bohler is well after being placing an ad in the Want Column of One cent a critically ill last week and is at his shop the Breckenridge News. word No ad inserted for less than 25 again. ' Mr. aftd Mrs. Orville Perkins, of Lex- cents. ington, are visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs. John Ridge and son, Vernon, have moved from the Light-fofriends. property to Breckenridge Addition. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allen left Sunday for Colfax, La., to visit his Vernon, called "The Little Soldier" is aj'ht missed on the East Side. brother. Misses Louise, Mildred and Betsy Miss Anna Hendrlck and Mr. Claude WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1912 M FOR IT Cloverport Reader Will Be Interested. pair. Wa.rv t s. For Sale Timely Offerings BWP lijaaauB FOR When people read about the cures made by a medicine endorsed from 9A1.E-- A horce power stiuloner Knitlne; WntUlrn mikt. in Rood reHreckenrldRi' Nrw, C overj ort, Ky M far away, ii It surprising that they wonder if the statements are true? But when they read of cases right here at homo, positive proof Is within their reach, for close Investigation is an easy matter. Read Cloverport endorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills. J. B. Strong, farmer, Uoverport, Ky., says: ' I used several boxes of Doan's Kidney I'llls and found them very satisfactory. A fev months ago I had trouble frorrt my kidneys, together with pains across the small of my bad; aud through my sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Fills highly recommended in the local papers, I went to Gibson & Son's Drug store and cot a box. They quickly cured me nnd in return, I highly recommend them." Price 50 For Mile by all dtalers. Posier-Mllbur- ii Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United Cloverport, Ky. For Sale the 1'nmlon COKSAr.K-I)i(l- (i, 1 of If Kul blanks. Tor Sale Mortcmresiintl all kinds lUeckenrldjtH N'uws, OXFORDS KEEP THE FEET COOL WE HAVE THE BLACK, TAN OR WHITE FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN -P- UMPS OR BUTTON. ANKLE STRAPS FOR CHILDREN. BAREFOOT SANDALS TOO. MEN'S OXFORDS, PATENTS, GUN METAL, TANS, BUTTON AND BLUCHER Pension Ccrtificalcs tlm Ncwi PKN'SION OETMKIOATE-.- U office. An exnet copy of tlioo ImuccI hy OlTlco. Oct one now tofoio tliry uro all pone. PA M"- Tor Sala Ice Box I en box Cheat). Apply nt X Yoiiiuj .Man man to5 year o'ri lo tlic farm md at toed to things around the lion so. do nnvthlnir that It to bo done jKoml sal, iry I'UAMC F.NUUSII, SlOllmnn. Ky. younu WANTRD Aon orn 1 Wanted TOR SALfi-I.RO- OM HOUSE IL '. j States. Remember the nalne Doan's take no oi her. y Homo with nlro ve Full and jtoiwl outbuilding: a well and 20 acre of kooj Innd right at tlm railroad Matlon A novir falling prln near by. A good pi ice for a storo or a blacksmith shop. TkU proper! is at Hockva'e, Hnckin-rldg- e county. Ky Tor further particulars, call on or addrt si me at Kock va'e, K y .1. 11 AUHIIEV SALE--A Special Notice SOME BROKEN LOTS AT GREATLY RE- and DUCED PRICES. GET THEM NOW. Moorman have returned t6 their home at Glen Dean after spending sometime at the home of their sister, Mrs. David K. Murray, In Indianapolis Mrs. Everett Frank and little baby son, Orville, arrived from Evansville Saturday to see her sisterr Miss Bertha Burdett, who has tuberculosis. She is ill at the home of her father, Mr. Gld Carpenter AND J. ! C. NOLTE &' BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Contractor Intimates furnished on now work or on repairs. Give me a show on your job. Host of references iQj, I Burdett. Mr. and Mrs. William Laslie have movd into the new cottage recently built on Elm street on the hill by Mr. Peyton Scott. Among other improvements on the hill, the Scott nome has been newly painted. Word has been received from Mrs. Kate Di'zenbaugh, who was taken to Lakeland recently on account of her sad mental condition, that she is very much Improved. She may get well enough to return home. Leslie Pool Hardinsburg, Ky. Charlie Barnett, of Evansville, is visiting relatives. Jess Clarkson, of Ekron.was visiting Mrs. Julia Clarkson. WOMEN WITH PILES Be Cured By Simply NOTICE Examine the jaw or molar teeth of your s horse-- and mules. tin-- Note the sharp, long and uneven grinding urfaco and will readily explain the unthriftinc:-- of Mich animals. . Additional Irvington. Meet me on the Ptee - at Irvington t r. f ,,.. ot Constioation, tight clothing and women's ordeals cause piles. Women suffer piles more than men and all will be grateful to know of a successful remedy In tablet form, that brings a cure without cutting, use of salves or sup posltorles. This guaranteed remedy is sold by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky., and all druggists. 51 for treatment lasting 24 days. Dr. Leonhardt Co , Station B, BufMiss Ethel Williams will return falo, N. Y., Prop. Wilte for booklet. home this week from Bowling Green where she has been attending the Ken tucky Normal. Louisville Evening Post ft Breckenridge News f w HII and year $3.50. Gus Kennedy and four children, of one Castleberry, Ala., are guests of relat- f ives. J H Meador was at Irvington Thurs day. The ladles of the Baptist church will have an Ice cream supper SaturDr. R. W. Meador and wife, of Cusday evening, June 29. ter, attended the baseball here SaturJ. H. Harned and Miss Mayme day. Moorman, of Vine Grove", were guests Mr. Gray and Miss Esther Meador, of Mrs. W. A. Hynes Friday. of Elizabethtown, of Custer, attended the ice cream supA. D. McCans, spent last week with relatives. per here Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller 'were Mr. Taylor Beard, of Hardlnsburg, Vine Grove last week. is here this week. Miss Mary Smith, of Elizabethtown, Ollie Priest, who Is on the sick list, was the guest of Mesdames Martha is no better and Jim Clarkson. Bro Lee and family have moved' inMrs. Hynes, of Ekron, Is with Mrs. to a cottage op Railroad street. W. A. Hvnes and children. Mrs. Myrtle Triplet and family, of Dick Clarkson, of Elizabethtown, visited Mesdames Julia, Jim, and Bewleyville, were guests of Mrs. Mattingly Saturday. Martha Clarkson last week HEM-ROI- July 4th. Mrs. J. T. Mattingly, Mrs. Geo. T. Marshall and sister, Mrs. Hasting are at Spiceland Springs, Ind. Albert Marshall and B. T. Wilson went to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Penick have moved from Cutter and have rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Adkisson. Taking Sugar Have the surface of the teeth made to an even bearing so the food can be thoroughly masticated and put m a pioper condition for digestion. Note the change in the animal's condition in general and you will bo convinced of the great necessity or this much neghcted duty. No money will give larger returns than that spent in keeping your horses' teeth in the projer condition. 1 am prepared to do any kind of stock dentistry. Give me a trial. Teeth Filled for $1.50 Coated Tablets. DR. FLOYD GILLIATT V Hardinsburg, Ky. ALL ARE BENEFITED A young man upon being asked why he did not open a ft count said: "Oh, banks are for rich people " "No'1 said his adviser, "it is quite the reverse; it is true that the 'hanks help the wealthy man because without them he could not handle his money but they help the poor man to make ami save his money. His meagre deposits, made while he is at the foot of the ladder, are safely preserved for him. After he has shown himself to he 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 takecare of his money, but it helps the poor man MAKK his." START AN ACCOUNT WITH THIS HANK. hank ac- THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg Ky. it Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, jraudmother, and Aunt Mary, aud then tho quaint picture of father and mother takn just aftei tho war money couldn't buy l hem from you. Arc y.ou forgetful of tho fact that f ii Lure generations would cherish just Mich pictures of you I At CJoverport thin Irvmxtoii Monday. wtrt-- SUBSCRIBE NOW ...FOR TUG.... Allan & DAILY, SUNDAY i lal AND b TO BREEDERS AND SHIPPERS OF SHFEP? Tho Government require that ouch load of shoep shipped from Breckinridge county bo accompanied by a cortiiiptte stating tho numbor of sheop, to whom thoy tuv being shipped, and the market upon which they are to bo sold. No sheep canbe brought into this county from an adjoining county, especially Meade county, without a certificate from tho inspectShippers of theep living in this county and buying shoep in Mcado, or of tho county from which tho sheop.originate. Hardin, Grayson, Ohio, or Hancock counties, must soouro a 'certificate from tho county inspector in tho county whore the sheep are bought and mail same to imo before I will ssuo a certificate for eaid sheep to bo loaded in Brcckinridgo county to be shipped to market. Farmers living in Brcckinridgo county are required to secure a certificate boforo thoy can soil and move sheep from this county to an adjoining county and aro Inroby warned nob to move any sheep without a certificate Shippers and farmers should write mo at least two days before thoy desire to ship or move sheop to another county, stating tho exact numbor of sheep to bo shipped or moved, to whom they will bo shipped, whoro thoy aro to be sold, oyer what railroad thoy will bo shipped and tho date thoy expect to ship. Shippers waiting until tho day thoy expect to ship or failing to state tho number of sheep in applying for certificate will have sheep loft at shipping point until slid requirements aro fulfilled. For certificates or further information, address: SMI WEEKLY and at Lrgcl Circulation South of Baltimore C. G. BRABANDT PlIOTOUKAl'IlKIt BY MAIL Daily and "Sunday per annum $7.00 Daily only Miss Maud Mattingly returned home " " " " " " 5.00 2.00 1.00 Saturday from Custor where she had been on a visit to her brother, Mr. Earl of the t'ood ladles of our town went In Tnursday night to t'lve Mr and Mrs. Lee a shower of tfood things, it was a surprise to them by lUlinir their pantry. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Corapton, of Sunday only Senii.Weekly Mattingly. A number All the News! All the Time! -- j i ft R. MOORMAN, Jr., Inspector i GLEN DEAN, KY. Ing room where ice cream and cake Hardlnsburg, Sunday. Mildred Sanbach enjoyed her were served. Little Raymond Dowell, of Hardinsburjr, sixth birthday Saturday. A number of little folks found their way t) the din was here Sunday. r tywi . and 1 saw him playing cards wirn a Uted his wife, ktrt Knowing rrom exstranger, and smoking and drinking, perience that she always had a cometoo, nil at once." back. He knew it would be good, but "Boys will be boys," said Mrs. Wil- - he was afraid to hear It. He rolled ' lington. into the smoking room, and sprawling "But for Dr. Templo of all people " ncross Doctor Temple's shoulders, "Why shouldn't a doctor? It's a dragged him from the midst of a shame the way men have everything. highly Improper story with alarming Great System Perfected by M. Think of It, a special smoking room. news. "I refused to be operated Soyer, Famous London Chef. And women hnvo no place to take a "Doc, your wife looks kind o' seedy. on, the morning I heard puff except on the sly." Better go to her nt once." Mrs. Templo stared at her in nwe: about Cardul," writes Mrs. GOODIES. Dr. Temple leaped to. his feet and COOKING CHILDREN'S Novelized from "The woman In this book smokes ran to his wife's aid. Ho found her a Elmer Sicklcr, of Terre the Comedy of perfumed things!" By Martha McCulloch Williams. dismal, ashen sight Haute, Ind. "I tried CarIheSacao Name) "All women smoke nowadays," said Lives thoro a child with appetite so "Sally What on earth alls you?" Mrs. Wellington, carelessly. "Don't dui, and it helped me sho hiccoughed. dead that his mouth never waters "Been you?" By Tho world Bccmed to bo crashing when tho word "Qoody" Is montloned? greatly. Now, I do my own ILLUSTRATED Tho politest thing Mrs. Temple round Dr. Temple's head. Ho could Trom rhotetrapns ol Goodies of all sorts aro tho especial Rupert washing and ironing." Produced Ilia riiy could think of in answer was: "Not only gurgle, "Sally!" gastronomic delight of all children, By Henry W. Sarafe Baches yet." Mrs. Templo drew herself up with and let mo add that goodies of nil "Really!" said Mrs. Wellington, weak defiance: "Well, 1 saw you play- sorts can bo mado moro dlgcstlblo E63 K. Fly Oo. Copyright, ml, by "Don't you like tobacco?" ing cards and drinking." and moro delicious by being cooked "I never tried it." XVIII. In tho presence of such Innocent in paper bags. CHAPTER "It's timo you did. I smuko cigars deviltry ho could only smllo: "Aren't Take It was nn acuto social observer who myself." Compotlte Car. we having nn exciting vacation? But wrote: "Housekeepers instinctively In the Mrs. Templo almost collapsed at to think of you smoking! and ft add groaso and sweetening when cookIt was tho gentle stranger's turn this double shock: "CI cigars?" cigar!" ing for company." The same rule to miss his gueBs. He bent over the "Yes j cigarettes are too strong for Tonic Mallory had flopped, She tossed her head in prldo. "And ought to prevail In cooking for chilchair Into which m; will you try ono of my pets?" It didn't make me sick much." Sho dren. Food cannot bo too rich for and snld In a tense, low tone: "You Cardui is a mild, tonic Mrs. Temple wns about to express clutched a chair. Ho tried to support young, thriving creatures, provided it t'oroughbrcd sport. I'm look llko a her repugnance at the thought, but her. IIo could not help pondering: is properly proportioned. remedy, purely vegetable, Perfect trying to mako up a game of stud Mrs. Wellington thrust before her a "What would they Bay in pound cako is a meal In Itself, gingerman-nerWill you Join mc?" poker. and acts in a natural portfolio In which nestled such dainty bread as perfect, but littlo less satisMullory shook his heavy head In rethe delicate womanshapes of such a warm and winsome "Who cares?" she laughed. "I I fying, whilo ns for tea cakes of tho fusal, nnd with dull eyes watched the brown, that Mrs. Temple paused to wish tho old train wouldn't rock so." right sort, crisp, sugary, melting, an ly constitution, building man, whose profession he no longer stare, nnd, llko Mother Eve, found the "I I've smoked too much, too," active healthy child may cat all it misunderstood, saunter up to tho blissup strength, and toning up fruit of knowledge too Interesting sal J Dr. Templo with perfect truth, chooses of them, and bo better for Ypsilarrti, and murful Doctor from In the past 50 the nerves. once seen to reject with scorn. Sho j but Mrs. Temple, remembering that tho eating. mur again: hung over the clgnr case in hesitant long glass she had seen, narrowed her years, Cardui has helped Make all theso not merely good, but you Join me?" "Will excitement ono moment too long. Then oyes at him: "Arc you sure It was attractive to the eye. Dr. Mako also "Join you in what, sir?" said more than a million women. she said Jn n trembling voice: "I I tho smoke?" sponge cako, raisin cake and many Templo, with alort courtesy. You are urged to fry it, should like to try once just to seo "Sally!" he cried, In abject horror manners of fancy tartlets. Mako them "A little gamo." what It's like. But there's no place." at her Implied suspicion.. because we are sure that individual in that will Ho tho su"I don't mind," the doctor smiled, Mrs. Wellington felt that she had Then sho turned a pale green. "Oh, preme charm. rising with nmiablo roadinoss. "Tho It will do yoj ood. already made a proselyte to her own I feel such a qualm." Begin by cutting a big bag lengthcheckers arc in tho noxt room." At all drug stores. beloved vice, and she rushed her vic"In your conscience, Sally?" wise Into Btrlps two inches wide. "Quit your klddln'," tho stranger tim to the precipice: "There's tho ob"No, not in my conscience. I think Grease each strip half an inch from coughed. "How about a little freeze-out?- " servation platform, my dear. Come I'll go back to my berth and Ho down." one edge, and cut blunt notches into on out." "Let me help you, Mother." "Frooze-out?said Dr. Temple. "It tho crease, of an inch Mrs Temple was shivering with And Darby and Joan hurried along apart. From anothor bag, split open, sounds interesting. Is it something jze a crearing-housstories. of at the dreadful deed: "What the corridor, crowding it as tbey wero cut rounds or ovals, four to flvo Inches like authors?" Tho doctor listened in spite of him crowding their vacation with belated across. Fasten tho notched strips to The newcomor shot a quick glance self, and in spite of himself he was would they say In Ypsilanti?" "What do you care? Bo a sport. experience. theso with small clips, letting the at this man, whose innocent air he amused, for stories that would be Your husband smokes. If It's right notches stand outside and clipping the Buspcctod. But he merely drawled: stupid if they were decent, tako on a for him, why not for you?" CHAPTER XIX. ends whore they como together. Thus "Woll, you play it with cards." certain verve and thrill from thelt Mrs. Templo set her teeth and you havo a individual . "Would you mind teaching me the very forblddenness. Foiledl crossed tho Rubicon with a resolute mould, to bo tilled, after buttering, old sport from Ypsirulejs?" said the The dear old clergyman felt that It "I will!" It was late in the forenoon before with anything you llko. Filled, tho lanti. would be priggish to take flight, but Mrs. Wellington led tho timid tho train came to the end of its iron, moulds aro b'lid inside a Urge lightly Tho gambler was growing suspicious lie could not mako the corners of his neophyte along tho wavering floor of furrow across that fertile space be-- greased bag, tho bag set on a trivot, of this too, too childlike innocence. mouth behave. Strange twitchlngs oi tween two of tho world's greatest rivflung baked in the oven. He whined: "Say, what's your little the lips and littlo steamy escapes of the car and car. back the door of the ers, which the Indians called "Iowa," and after sealing, cool Lath-roSho found Ira observation in tho moulds, Let the cakes game, eh?" but decided to risk the giggle-jet- s disturbed him. And when holding Anne Gattle's hand and nobody knows exactly why. In con then tear away the paper and frost vonture. He sat down at a table, and Aehtou, who was a practiced raconevidently explaining something of trast with the palisades of the Missis- thorn or decorato them with candy or Dr. Temple, bringing along his glass, teur, finished a drolatic adventure importance, for their heads sippi, the Missouri twists like a great nuts. drew up a chair. The gambler took with tho epilogue, "And the noxt great very close together. They rose brown dragon wallowing in congeniale Hero Is Mammy's Pound Cake and a pack of cards from his pocket, and morning they were at Niagara Falls," were and with abashed fnces and confused mud. The water itself, as Bob hotter never went In anybody's mouth. Ehuflled them with a snap that startled the old doctor was helpless with laughsaid, is so muddy that the wind Dr. Temple and a dexterity that de- ter. Some superior force, the devil mumblings of half swallowed explana- blowing across it raises a cloud of Tako ten eggs, a pound of flour, sifted tions, left the platform to Mrs. Welwith two teaspoonfuls of cream tartar lighted him. no doubt, fairly shook him with glee. lington and her new pupil. dust. and one of soda, a pound of sifted "Go on, it's beautiful to see," he "Oh, that's bully," ho shrieked, "I A sonorous bridge led the way Into sugar, s of a pound of Shortly afterward Little Jimmio explained. The gambler set the pack haven't heard a story like that for Wellington grew restive and set out Nebraska, and tho train came to a best butter, a wineglass of brandy or down with the one word "Cut!" but ages." for a brief constitutional and a breath halt at Omaha. Mallory and Marjorlo sherry, a tablespoonful lemon extract. since the old man made no effort to "Why, where have you been, Dr! of air. He carried a siphon to which got out to stretch their legs and their Cream the butter very light with half comply, the gambler did not insist. Ho Temple?" asked Ashton, who could dog. If they had only known that the took up the pack again and ran off not imagine where a man could have he had become greatly attached, and train was to stop there tho quarter of the sugar, add tho other half to the yolks of the eggs after beating them, made heavy going for the observation five cards to each place with a grace concealed himself from such stories room, but reached the door in fairly an hour, and if they had only known foamy light, and then beat again. Put that staggered the doctor. some preacher there and had had him rtut he laughed loudest of all when sugar, mix well, add MalLory was about to Intervene for the doctor answered: "You see, I live good order. He swung it open and to the station, the ceremony could have in tho butter and the liquor next, then half the flour, brought In with it the pale and waver-- ' tho protection of tho guileless physi- in Ypsilanti. They don't tell me lng putting In a cupful at a time. Fold in ghost of Mrs. Temple, who had been consummated then and there. cian when the conductor chanced to stories like that." The horizon was fairly next part of the egg whites, which been leaning against it for eaunter in. , There wero should be beaten "so stiff that they "Tli ey who?" said Fosdick. support. Wellington was stupefled with church spires. gambler, seeing him, snatched The "Why, my pa my patients," the to observe smoke pouring round Mrs. preachers, preachers everywhere, and will stick to the inverted dish. Add Dr. Temple's cards from his hand and doctor explained, and laughed so hard Temples form, nnd he resolved to not a dominie to do their deed. tho lest of the flour, then the last of slipped the pack into his pocket. After they had strolled up and down tho Stir in the lemon exthat he forgot to feel guilty, laughed perform a great feat. He Tem"What's the matter now?" Dr. so hard that his wife in the next room decided that the poor little woman tho platform, and up and down, and tract last of all. . Pour into thickly ple asked, but the newcomer huskily him aud giggled to Mrs. was on Are and he poised the siphon up and down till they were fain of buttered bags or very thin tin moulds answered: "Wait a minute. Wait a heard e thickly buttered. Seal the loaded bags like a fire extinguisher, with the noble their cramped quarters, again, minute." suddenly dug her nails into Mai- - and set on a trivet in tho oven. Put Walter. Ho hasn't intention of putting her out. "Listen to dear The conductor took in the scene lory's arm. moulds inside greased bags, seal and was a a at a glance and, stalking up to the laughed like that since heshe burled of He pressed the handle, and a stream "Honey! look look!" put on the grid shelf. Have the oven vlchy shot from tho nozzle. medical student." Then table, spoke with the grlmness of a Honey looked, and there before hot enough to turn white paper yellow Fortunately, his aim was so very my eye her face guiltily in a book. "Say, I've got "Wasn't It good?" Dr. Temple de- wobbly that none of the extinguisher their very eyes stood as clerical a in five minutes. If the paper scorches on you. Don't start nothin'." looking person as ever announced a it Is too hot cool It by setting a very manded, wiping his streaming eyes touched Mrs. Temple. The slranger stared at him wonder-inglshallow pan of cold water upon tho EnglishWellington was about to play the strawberry festival. and nudging the solemn-faceand demanded: "Why, what you e Mallory stared and stared, till floor just before putting In tho cake. man, who understood his own nation's siphon at her again when he saw her drlvin' at?" said: Tako out tho pan after a few minutes, humor, but had not yet learned the take from her lips n toy cigar and "You know all right," the conductor "Don't you see? stupid! it's a of course, first turning down tho gas emit a stream of smoke. growled, and then turned on the be- Yankee quirks. preacher! a preacher!" flame, or pushing in the dampers to Wedgewood made a hollow effort at The poor little experimentalist was fuddled old clergyman, "and you, too." "It looks like one," was as far as reduce heat. Cook at moderate heat laughter and answered: "Extremely too wretched to notice even so large "Me, too?" the preacher gasped. very droll, but what I don't quite a menace as Wellington. She threw Mallory would commit himself, and ho until done through. It will tako an "Yes, you too," the conductor rewas turning away. He had about como hour to an hour and a half, accordget was why the porter said " The tho cigar away and gasped: peated, shaking an accusing forefinger to the belief that anything that looked ing to tho thickness of tho cakes. under his nose. "Your actions have others drowned him in a roar of laughT think I've had enough." like a parson was something else. But Midway tho baking they should bo been suspicious from the beginning. ter, but Ashton was angry. "Why, you From the platform came a voice Marjorie whirled him round again, shifted those from the grid shelf set We've all been watching you." blamed fool, that's where the joke very well known to Little Jlmmlc. It with a shrill whisper to listen. And low on tho broiler, those from tho Dr. Temple was so agitated that he came in. Don't you see, the bride- said: "You'll llko the second ono bet- ho overheard in tones addicted to the broiler put high, so that they will cook nearly let fall his secret. "Why, do groom said to the bride " then he ter." pulpit: evenly. Make hole3 in the bag tops you realize that I'm a " lowered his voice and diagramed the Mrs. Temple shuddered at the "Yes, deacon, I trust that the har- and test tho cakes before taking' them "Ah, don't start that," sneered the story on his fingers. thought, but Wellington drew himself vest will be plentiful at my new up by thrusting In a clean straw or conductor, "I can spot a gambler as Mrs. Temple was still shaking with up majestically and called out: church. It grieves me to leave the thin knife blade. If tho thing thrust far as I can see one. You and your sympathetic laughter, never dreaming "Like second one better, eh? I dear brothers and sisters In tho Lord In comes out with no stickiness clingside partner hero want to look out, what her husband was laughlnp at. suppozhe it's tho same way with in Omaha, but I felt called to wider ing to it, the cako is done. Bag cookthat's all, or I'll drop you at the next She turned to Mrs. Whitcomb, but husbandsh." pastures." ing prevents crusting over, and theretank." Then he walked out, his very Mrs. Whitcomb was still glaring at Then he stalked back to the smok-tn- i It also saves And a lady who was evidently Mrs. by facilitates rising. shouldor blades uttering threats. mom fwllnc that ho had annlhl- - Deacon spoke up: Mrs. Wellington, who was still writifrom burning and avoids tho risk of Dr. Temple stared after him, but ing with flying fingers and underscor"We'll rries you terrlblo. We all jarring by too much opening of the the gambler staled at Dr. Temple ing every other word. Baking powder can bo Bay you arc tho best pastor our church 'oven door. with a homage. "So you're one of us," "Soma people seom to think thoy U3ed in place of soda and cream of ever had." ho said, and seizing the old man's own the train," Mis. Whitcomb raged. Of course you use an nntisepticin your Maliory prepared to spring on his tartar, but to my thluklng tho old way limp band, shook it heartily: "I got "That creature has boon at tho writ- family and in the care of your own prey and drag him . to his lair, but is tho host is ing desk an hour. The worst of it Is, to slip It to you. Your make-uand you want the boat. afarjorie held him back. Raisin cako is made almost tho same Instead of what you have been using" great You Dearly had me for a .coins-on- . I'm sure she's writing to my hus"He's taking our train, Lord bless as pound cake, but takos a littlo longer such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or his dear old soul." Great!" band." and slower baking. peroxide, won't you please try Pastine, And' then he sauntered out, leaving anEvery household almost has its own Mrs. Temple looked shocked, but And Mallory could have hugged him. ooncentrhU;d uutiBeptic powder to be th clergyman's head swimming. Dr. other peal of laughter came through a But he kept clcse watch. To the rap- favorite glngerbiead and needed. in water as Temple turned to Mallory for explana- the partition between the male and fe- dissolved is more economical, more ture of the wedding-hungrtwain, the Make them in your own way, but rePa tine tions, but Mallory only waved him male sections of the car, and she cleansing, more germicidal ana more preacher shook hands with such of bis member to make them festive. You away. He was not quit convinced beamed again. Then Mrs. Wellington healing than anything you ever usee. flock as had followed him to the sta- can do this easily by cutting them himself. He was convinced only that finished her letter, glanced it over, adtion, picked up his valise and walked ' out in all manner of fancy shapes be- whatever else anybody might be, no- dressed an envelope, sealed and up to the porter, extending his ticket. sides thoso already suggested, from body apparently desired to be a clergy-9U- Stamped Jt with a deliberation that But the porter said and Mallory frosting them in many colors white, In these degenerate days. maddened Mrs. Whitcomb. When at coud have throttled him for saying it : pink, green, yellow and brown, and 5'-- m The conductor returned and threw last she rose, Mrs. Whitcomb was in "'Scuse me. posson, but that's yo' sprinkling them before tho frosting ANTISEPTIC Into Dr. Temple the glare of two basil toe seat almost before Mrs. Wellingtruin ova yondn. You botta move right hajdena, with tiny colored candies, or Mid whiten Tn iinllt-t(w1pfir.rttek eyes. The old men put out a be- ton was out of It. bmalit, for it's gettln' ready to pull chopped nuts, or candied peel, or seeching band and began: the teeth, remove, urtar ami prevent out." citron very flnoly shredded. Mako Mrs. Wellington paused at another , "My good man, you do me a grave wave of laughter from the men's decay. To dlsinfeot the mouth, destroy With a little shriok or 'dismay, the Stars, Ciescouis, mooseo, uiuimiua, diseases germs, and purify tho bronth. injustice." tho moro, certainly tho ioom. She commented petulantly: To keep artificial teeth and bridgework parson clutchod his vallso and sat oft what not The conductor snapped back: "You men have. clean and odorless. To remove nicotine at a run. Mallory dnshod after him merrier whon you como to sot them on "What good times say a word to me aud I'll do you worse They've formod a club in thero al- from the teeth aud purify tho breath nnd Marjorlo after Mallory. They ypur dish. than that. And if I spot you with a ready. We womon can only sit around after smoking. To cradicato pcrsolra-tio- n shouted as they rnn, but tho conductor Pound cako and raisin cako baked in pack of cards in your hand again, I'll and halo each other." odors by sponge bathing. sang out "All paper bags can bo cut in cubes, rounds, of tho train tlo you to the for local aboard!" and swung on. fingers, or any shapo desired, frostod As a medicinal ."Why. 1 don't hate anybody, do of foinlniuo ills whore pelvic msrehod off The "you?" Mrs. Temple oxclaimod, look- treatment Then he all over, and bo moro thau ornamental. Tho parson mndo a Bprint and doctor foil back into a chair, trying tc ing up from tho novel she had found catarrh, intlummatlon and ulcerution for a child's party can douches of caught the ultlmato rail of tho moving A centerpleco shapo. of a log cabin, figure it out. Then Ashton and Fos- on tho book Bhelvrj. airs. Welling- exist, nothing equals hot E. train. Mallory mado a frantic leap at be built in tho Paxtine. For ten years tho Lydia dick and littlo Jimmio Wellington and ton dropped iuto tho next chair: using alternately long strips frostod Pinkham Med. Co. has been regularly a flying coat-tal- l and missed. As ho white and other strips of chocolato Wedgewood strolled In and, dropping "On a long railroad journey I hato advising their patients to uso it because Into chairs, ordered drinks. Before overybody. Dou't you hate long jour- of its extraordinary cleansing, healing and Marjorie stood gazing reproach- brown. Or it may bo wbito and pink, tho doctor could ask anybody to ex- neys?" nnd frnrmtMflnl nnmflP. For this TfUr- - fully at tho train which was giving a or all white, with a root of frosting Illustration of tho laws of ro snow and plain, Ashton was launched on a story. hanging along "It's tho first I ever took," Mrs. poso alono Paxtino is worth its weight beautiful His mind was a suitcase full of anec- Temple apologized, radiantly, "and I'm In gold. Also for nasal catarrh, 6oro treating perspective, they heard wild the eaves. Vegetable coloring, which inflamed eyes, cuts and wesnds. howls of "Hi! hi!" and "Hay! hayl" Is cheap and perfectly wholesome, can dotes, mostly of tho smoking-roohaving tho what my oldest boy would throat, All druggists, 25 nnd 50 cents & box. and turned to see their own train in be bought from any first class grocer. order. call the time of my life. And dear testimony of 31 motion, and the porter dancing a (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated Wherever three or four men are Walter such goings on for him I A Trial box and request. women free on Zulu step alongside. jjathered tozethcr. thov rauldlv nrcan- feY minutes ago I strolled by tho door THE PAXTONTOILeTCO.,BoTPN,Mfct Literary Press.) EXCUSE ME! Saved! PAPER BAG COOKING CBURCn DIRECTORY a Cliverport Churchis Baptist Church Bnpttot Sunday School. P:30 a, m. C. If J ugnttoot, superintendent. I'rayer Mw Misty; p. m. 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We berieve that our schools should have as a part of their curriculum the study of the domestic animals, how to care for them and to humanely treat We wish fhere them on all occasions. was another Carnegie whose desire was to establjsh hospitals for the domestic animals and to furnish the impetus for 4 correcting errors in their evey-dacare and use. Recently numerous ? horses have died in the collar, some on ,S the streets while at work. The thougr.ti uppermost wns not, did the horse suffer, A or was it driven beyond its strengthtH! but the momentary loss to its owner. In small town will the scciely for the prevention of cruelty to animals be et.-fectual? If established who will make If a neighbor's son the complninis? drives a horse beyond nil reason nnd the animal is withal kept at work time1 nreyou going lo make the cn plaint' People nre afraid of each other about those matters, and so for that reason we are going on year py'i year knowipg and seeing cruelties'..1! practised on horses and closing our eyes and ears to the pitiful appeal of our A frioncl', tho horse, Perhaps a word' now and then kindly spoken might be & Malono (N. Y.) seed well sown Farmer y be-twe- For Women Who Care ' por-so- n, p j tea-cak-e. y f I ncnt east-boun- d Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents por lino. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of thus V kind of matter. at.-ai- - candy-icicle- s - Subscribe Right Now, uAS-f- c H..-AU- ,. ,.. MUCH ADO ABOUT A FIVE MONTHS1SPENT IN THE LAND OF FLOWERS Mf.ME n. McULOTtltiAN PENNY THRIFT OF OZARK COUPLE Sample of Extent to Which Red Tape Took Matter of Presents Into Their Methods Prevail In GerOwn Hands on Sliver Wedding many. Anniversary. Germany, declares Mr. S. Baring-GoulIn hla book, "Tho Land of Tcck," Is absolutely swathed in red tape. In Illustration, ho tolls an experience of his own whllo Journeying by rail from to Owen. I asked nt for a ticket to Owen, and supposing that I had got what I asked carriage. for, stepped into a On these branch lines nearly everyone travels fourth. Beforo reaching tho next stntlon only a mllo from in fact the Inspector appeared. "Hah I" ho Laid. "You have a fourth-clasticket, and arc In a compartment. Tho flno is six marks." I explained, and offered nt onco to pass into a fourth-clascarrlago or pay tho differenco In tho price of tickets. "That will not do. You havo infringed tho law, nnd must pay bIx marks," tho man insisted. "I get out nt Owen, nnd will explain matters to the station master," I said., I did so. "Tho flno Is six marks," said tho official, peremptorily. s "But, Bald I, "I demanded a ticket, and was given one for which I had not asked. This was an oversight on tho part of tho clerk." "You should have examined your ticket," the station master insisted. Tho train was delayed five minutes whilo wo threshed out the question on tho platform In great detail, and tho other passengers craned their necks out of tho windows of tho carriages and listened with lively Interest At last, reluctantly, the station master yielded; but I must pay tho difference. "What is it?" 1 asked. "One penny." Ober-Lennlngo- n Obcr-Lcnnlnge- Buy Land and Make Money d The Italians have a t'OQg, dedicated ths fair peninsula of Italy, In which y call it the "Lana ot ueauty, or nnllght and Song." but across a vast xpanse of water that separates their Uad from ours is another peninsula a gem of the New World, blest with a climate most equable ana a people loth fortunate and happy. The range of tttnpature is only from 20 to 70 degrees people from every part ot the world come to spend the winters and enjoy the services of the magnificent hotels and a railway system unsurpass- even to a unique railroad built &i.. .!!.. ... tUn aa nnnr1- lag to the Island City of Key West. The natural beautv of thousands of $kkes, the limpid waters of Silver prings; Ulue bprtngs wnose waters are life as indigo, salt anu suipnur. xnis land of sunshine and flowers, where the birds warble their sweetest lays in Jan- V, uary the same as In June, where the sweetest fragrance of the rose is wafted ::,jaa tne gentle breezei ot winter, are Jroromtses and opportunities that suggest Jvanaradlse for Industrious men. ..The turpentine industries, the cypress "umber and the phosphate mines offer rare opportunities to men of muscle, brains and monev. Florida land is made up of sample soils, the red clay for brick makintr: Kaolin mines, the . whitest of earth. The hammock lands IT yield rich and bountifully. The swamp ' lands are abundant and yield celery. to citrus . The sandy lands are suitable ft culture and vine, as well as nearly fruit. The truck and general H farmers of the state are worth millions and offer great opportunities to one 7i. who eniovs this wholesome vocation. k The vegetable possibilities of Florida jjj.i, are great, as here grow In prolusion Severy variety of tropical and semi- - ad ?"; -- 1..-.) M.t 1 k-;- M V June Crop Report. i Reports coming to this Department as to tha condition of crops on the first 'day of June show the condition of wheat to be 75.4 per cent. This Is a decrease of nearly 4 per cent, from 7O per cent, since the first of May. The wheat crop has not come out as it,has sometimes after a severe freezing during tha winter. With an acre age of 83.8 per cent., and a condition f 75.4 per cent., there Is not a great prospect tor a wneat crop in uie oiam this year. Condition of rye is given as 72.H per cent ; the corn acreage as indicated is 93.6 per cent., or an average crop condition of corn 81.8 per cent. The irreat amount of rainfall and the Hood conditions prevented the .snwini'of ahrt'e cron of oats, 7i).7 per cent, being reported, the condl- v tlon of which Is 9O.3 percent. Potatoes is one of the most promising crops ; .Kentucky has this year, The acreage being 95.3 per cent, and the condition 95.3 per cent. The per cent of dark tobacco transplanted June the first Is ..ill. 4 per cent., Indicating rapid prog ress is oeing made in tne planting 01 this crop. The Burley section has transplanted only 5I.I per cent, of its , ' ( HOW GIRLS MAY AVOIO PERIODIC PAINS The Experience of Two Girla Here Related For The Benefit of Others. T - Urtnlirtetoi. 13 M V 'T linTTrt o .tm.nrli- - years old who has always been very healthy until recently when she ff complained of dizziness and cramps eyery C( xrnlllrl vrmnth en Vinrl tllnf .. W...W. hnvn trtlrnnn .,.. V..W.M .ww ..W.W., ' .her homo from school and put her to bed to get relief. , "After giving her only two bottles of S. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- 3unu sno is now enjoying tne Dest 01 health. I cannot praise your Compound too highly. I want avery good mother to read what your medicine has done for child." Mrs. Richard N. Dunham, Sll Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. Stoutsville, Ohio. "I suffered from headaches, backache and was very irreg ular. A friend ad- T WW w WW iter jy vised SfH mo to Lydia E. Pinkham's take Vegetable of two bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen yeara RKTWv old, but I have better health than for I two or three yeara. Ps I cannot express my nks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's fegetable Compound has done for me. had taken other medicines but old not find relief. Cora B. Fosnaugh, Stoutsvillo, Ohio, R.F.D.No. 1. Hundreds of such latwrs from moth- expressing their gratitude for what vdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- and has accomplished for uwMraaugh- p have been received bv the Lydia TL inkham Medicine CouijKUjy. Lynn, Maes. V-v- fsFlpl Com pound, and before I had taken the wholo m "-- Misa 1 tropical plants coffee, tea, spices, rubber, as well as camrhor trees Only the lack of a teeming population has retarded the growth along gigantic horticultural lines, yet it is destined to be Americas flower garden and possibly the world's botonlcal garden. Almost surrounded by water, It has long since been termed the Flshermans shod. Kingdom, as here may be taken the "Well, you seo Cy ganusst and largest denizens of the wanted to celebrato their silver wed. ding. They nnd never celebrated any finny tribe. In parts of Florida there anniversary beroro becnuso, as Mlranate natural jungles just back of net dy told my wife, tho silver wedding works of civilization. On one side of was tho first ono where tho presents the river may be seen palaces wrought would bo worth moro than tho by the most canning skill of workmen, victuals. while on the other side may be hunted "Even then they worried n good deal the deer, bear, panther and every for fear everybody would bring plcklo species of reptile. The forks or butter knives. But after a birds, the beautiful flowers and the whilo they hit on nn Idea that worked first rate. wcods show every hue from the deep "They wroto at tho bottom of tho green to the delicate white of the thisinvitations, asking the folks not to buy tle bloom. presents until they got there, for tho Florida's population has a balanced Jeweler from Uuckeyo Bridge would number of men from all countries and be in tho yard with a full line of silclimes, hence a healthy pub.ic sentiverware, and no two pieces alike." ment. She beckons the wise man to "Thnt was clever," said tho strancome and join in Its development and ger. "Picked out their own presents, you might sny." enjoy the blessings and rich opportuni-tie- s "Yes," said HI, "but that wasn't tho which she offers to those who would best part of it. Wo learned nfterward develop her natural resources or exthoy dickered with tho Jeweler and got ploit her business openings. Every-hln- g him to glvo them 20 per cent, on all is utilized here, even the old ho sold." Youth's Companion. Spanish moss that clings to the trees is made into matresses, which are more AMERICAN DRY FLY FISHING comfortable than Yankee feathers excelsior. The Angler Fishes the Water and Not The sponge industries are wonderful the Rise as They Do In where only Greeks are employed, as England. they are expert divers. Florida calls FIRST OF ANIMAL HOSPITALS for the able, the Industrious and those American dry fly fishing may bo dewho would remain all season to eninv her varied gifts and beonniR inn. Moro Than 2,000 Years Ago One Was fined briefly as the art of displaying to tho trout a single nrtlflclnl fly titled with the things that are destined Established in India, Says floating upon tho surface of tho stream to prove her a land of progress and an Authority. In tho exact manner of tho natural promise. Jacksonville, Fla., Box 1137. Tho New York women who have insect. Upon occasions, somewhat rare inopened a freo animal dispensary in this city aro regarded as pioneers in a deed, but nevertheless of sufficient frecrop. Tne recent dry weather has pregood work. As a matter of fact ono quency to render tho fact noteworthy, vented the rapid transplanting of must go to tho Orient and look back tho American dry fly man casts conand the use of "setters ' has moro than 2,000 years to find tho first sciously to a rising and feeding trout been resorted to in order to get the animal hospital known. tho invariable custom of the English crop out. Tho famous Buddhist emperor of In- dry fly "purist." On tho trout streams of this counBoth the pig and lamb crops are dia, Asoka, whose long reign from 2C4 short ones, indicating a crop of SS.O to 227 B. C. abounded in many "good try, however, tho orthodox manner of per cent, of pigs, and SS.7 par cent, of works, was probably tho earliest to fishing and floating fly i3 to fish all the lambs. The shortage of pigs and lambs establish a hospital for tho treatment water as when wet fly casting. In America, owing to tho fact that of animals, says Our Dumb Animals. Is in a great measure due to severe Asoka was a true humanitarian as tho dry fly angler fishes the water winter and unfavorable spring condi- well as a most powerful sovereign and and not the rise, wet and dry fly fishtions. Poultry has also suffered in this although ruling a vast domain be- ing aro far more closely related than respect. The fruit crop is not a good came deeply Impressed by tho horrors is the case In England, where tho orone. Condition of apples, 70.4 peFcont"; of warfare. thodox sportsman stalks the trout, Ho gave up his desire for conquest casting exclusively to a rising and peaches G1.8 per cent; pears 72.9 per cent: plums 81.8 per cent; grapes 82 7 and the rock inscriptions, which aro feeding fish. Outing. percent, is reported. Blackberries still extant, record such beneficent are not to be so plentiful this year. edicts of his as tho counseling of Bishop Blames His Hair. planting shade trees, the digging of Only 7O. 3 per cent, average crop reFather William J. Dalton of the wells, sending out of missionaries, apported, with raspberries but little bet- pointment of special officers to super- Annunciation church tells this story ter, 77.1 per cent. vise charities, the establishing of hos- of a Catholic bishop well known in this locality, but at Father Dalton's reBlue grass Is reported as showing a pitals for human kind and animals. It Is of Interest to .know that tho quest, nameless here: condition of 10:1.5 per cent., alfalfa 91 "Tho bishop is a largo man with remaining of Asoka's hospitals per cent., and cloverj 88.4 per cent. last Somi places report an entire failure yas devoted to animals. It covered bushy back hair," tho priest relates. twenty-fivacres and was divided into "Ho often on his tours through Kanof clover, and others an unusually good proper wards and courts for tho ac- sas wears a silk hat. His crosier ho crop. The same is true of the fruit and commodation of tho patients. When carried in a largo leather case. berry crops. Failure is reported from an "Recently In a jerkwater Kansas animal was s'c' or Jrijured its some points in the State, and an un- master had only to bring it to the hos- town whero silk hats aro scarce exusually good condition in others. The pital, whore it was cared for without cept on tho heads of traveling musisouthern section of the State, as a rule, regard to tho caste of its owner, and cians, the bishop was Just alighting reports wheat in fairly good condition, where, if necessary, it found an asy- from his train when the negro porter appeared at tho car door waving his while the central and northern sec- lum in old age. crosier case.. ' tions of the State report an unusually "'Hey, boss!' tho porter called. 'I poor condition exists. Uncle Joe's Reply. reckon you all had better tako yo Somo members of the houso heard Taken as a whole,- the report for wlf you. Do company is not a few days ago tho strangest combi- 'sponsiblo fo packages June Indicates that it will be impossileft in do ble for Kentucky to produce an unusu- nation of sacred and profano language seats.' "Kansas City Journal. which had over been uttered on that ally large grain crop even with the floor. During a debate Uncle Joe Canmost favorable weathnr non went after" A. Mitchell Palmer of The Gloom of English Clubs. prevailing the remainder of the sea- Pennsylvania, and handled him withAlfred Gwynno Vanderbllt. nt a dinson. out gloves.. Cannon is a Quaker and ner in Now York, was tnlklng about Department of Agriculture, Frank-fort- , so is Palmer. When conversing pri- English clubs. vately they drop Into tho Quaker verKy. J. w. Newman, "Thero Is something very trlste, Commissioner. nacular. After tho dobato Palmer very depressing," ho said, "about the went to tho former speaker, who is really fashionable clubs of Pall Mall. thirty-siyears older than himself. St. James' street and Piccadilly. Tho Prison Commission. "Undo Joe," ho said, "theo treated stiff dignity, tho somber quietude of mo a Httlo roughly in tho dobato to- theso clubs, gets on an American's day." nerves. Frankfort, Ky., June 12. Henrv R. "Well," replied Undo Joe, In a mix"An American visitor to Whito's Lawrence, of Cadiz, Ky., M. P. Conley, ture of Quakor and Cannonlan Eng- onco said that tho nlr of tho place of Louisa, and Dan E. O'Sullivan, of lish, "perhaps I did treat theo a Httlo seemed to him to suggest that the Louisville, were yesterday appointed severely, but blankoty-blank- , king lay dead upstairs." thou every damned thing I said." members of the prison commission by Gov. McCreary. Conley and O'Sullivan The Probablo Bread Winner. were sworn In at once. All of them A Clear Case. Representative Henry of Texas was are newspaper men and editors. The "You claim that tho wheel of tho de- talking, at a dinner in "Washington, position of prison commissioner pays fendant's car passed over your " about nn Impecunious nobleman. $2,50O a year, appointment by the govsaid tho defendant's attorney to "Ho is engaged to a Chicago girl," ernor having been provided, for by the the plaintiff on tho stand. "Yet, hero said Mr. Henry. "Tho girl's mother is your watch which you was boasting about tho match at a last legislature. testify to having carried in your vest tea. pocket at tho time, and tho crystal " 'May,' 'will occupy Subscriber Thirty.One Years. isn't oven cracked. How do you ac- remarkablosho said, position now. a Ivery social am count for that?" endeavoring to educate her up to it. "Why," said tho plaintiff, "tho car " 'Oh, I see,' Bald a friend. 'You aro Dear Mr. John: You will find a was going thqro bo check for one dollar to pay for the for tho crystalfast break, wasn't tlmo teaching her. I sunnoae. fo wnqi nn.i to sir." Har- 'iron, to do plain sewing, addresB en News and the Farm Journal. This per's Weekly. velopes, or something of that sort?'" years I have been makes thirty-tw- o taking the News. I can't do without House Cleaning Time. Their True Sphere. it. Hurrah for Wilson. Woman of tho Houso (answering WIfo (reading from a headllno in a Yours, third ring) Aro you trying to pull the Toronto paper) Hero's an articlo on Warficld Hendrlck, house down? "Women's Work for Clover Creek. , Boole Agent Beg pardon, madam, Husband (with a grunt) I'd like to but havo you tho "LIfo of Grant?" know what women havo over dono for Youthful Wisdom. Woman No; but if was a man I'd tho . Father "Why did my Httlo boy send Wlfo (sweetly) They usually marhla papa n letter with only a capital ' have yours in Just about ono minute. ry them, dear. Canadian Courier. written oa the pngo while ho was, (Slams the door.) away? LUtlo Sou Bocnuso I though you'd go around anioug your frlandJ Ideal. The Way of Portraits. with it nnd say, "My boy is only four Teacher There is no glnss in the Why is Caroline having her H yeara old and just see the capital letter windows of the Eskimos. portrait painted? ha writes!" Judge's Library. Jlmmle Ain't that great? I'll bet She Well, she has reached that the kids up there play ball the whole age when she doeea't look well la a We Can Print That Picnic Bill! year round, photograph. n third-class third-clas- s Ober-Lenninge- Everyono who hns got several gifts exactly nlike will appreciate tho shrewdness of this Ozark couplo who, In tho matter ot presents, took things into their own hands. "Speakln of being thirsty," said HI Uuck, "reckon Cy Wasson and hla wife, that camo hero from Iown, about tako tho prize." "How's that?" asked tho stranger who was waiting In front of tho blacksmith shop while his horso was being Your easiest wny to mnko money is to buy land in Hreckenridgo county. Western land hn-- i imd it day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in nil this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, ami good, long life. Breckinridge county 1ms better nnd cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two milronds nnd the Ohio river. Tho pcoplo nro prosperous nnd lnnd is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land 1ms advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in the last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the stnrt is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your name nnd address and we will keep you in touch and Mlrandy with our bargains. s third-clas- s s The Hreckenridgo News has a customer for n small, well improv- '", Hood Illnd ncnr n ,00(1 "ool; possession at once; $2,000 to So, 000 cash to pay. Acres. 3 miles from Iivlngton.on rural route. Good frame dwelling; a rooms and 16 Wanted Small Farm 3 vari-color- ed No. I. A Fine Home Farm No. 12 i,.n!:.H iK00i' good and level land, ,,ilrni "" Iand clearid, well from Irviugton. Price 3,300 third-clas- veranda: Rood burn 30x5o; tenant ao twt,ci .l?ln; ln a valley; house! 137 acres under plow; 100 acres crass; No. 10 room dwelling and hall; 2 tenant5 -- o acres In timber) well watered, cistern and ponds. 3i to 10 bushels com nnd 120) pounds barn: '.W .tobacco schooi. 2K miles south well watered. 2 tobacco to acre. Oood clover land lays wavy or Kirk. H mile from to level location. Ideal nnd In otie of tho springs near barn ; on Itural Houtc. best nelRhliorliooas In tie county. I'rleo 91,200; t cash Terms on balance. "Wiicres, level; all can Nn,," I 4 cultivated; 100 good dwellings;be ! 3 2 300 meres 3 miles frtm railroad. feed barns, hi tolucco barn; 3 miles from Nn 2 nearsample;onemllefromschoo-liousc- . Sample. Easj terms. I 1 dwellnK houses, line clover and grass bouse and necessary outbulldlncs. land. tenant 5(1,100. Price ''quie nud church In 300 yards. I'nco gl.CaOcash. In J35 acres located 1 mile K cash miles frotn dwellNn R J4 neffs--story 0 rooms Kirk, porch,- Nn Vu McQuady. I'ricoi2,000. north of '"1H and good well, small tenant house, good barn and balance In yearly p.ivments. una stable, nood orchard. Wn I 7 .T.'5 acres located Two tracts-1acres In one Nn Q ,121 acres In 00 other; 124 acres and that section. This Is one of the near Irvlngton best farms In lothe high statcof cated .Imlleifrom Uardlnsburg; 100 acres 3 well Improved; Under orchard; wellcultivation good watered; miles from Ilarned; H mile of Klncswood an Ideal place. Price 10,000; H cash, balance i college. on easy payments. '"catcd on Nn ' 1 0 M?3ufl! from Webster,the railroad good barn mlJ? and crib, reasonably good house; woll water- - Nn !R 200 acrtsJM miles from Uardlns-isburg, county seat: well Improv1. outlet on every side. I'ortlou of II. U. ed; one of the best farms ln the county. Price Iiurtz farm. Price 1.000. tenant m !icres mI,o Nf 3 c,OUIJty!,4inilo fr"n I'kron. Meado Nn 1 ,,a acrcs D,"u East of Olen .Ji graded school, good of public school, soil, watered.Dean; good, strong lime stone by wells and springs, on good land county road, near good ' acres rsow Nn 7 Kood IuTel mile South of Itockvale. good tobacco barn cost school 3nnd churches, l, 200, stock barns, l!lmli 4 room 1 1 1 i?.01'001 ',u ' iv w. iiithh. U ml .t. trit. iinut... fPom irvinirton. wp1 watered lays well; good young orchard) good timber ;on rural route; school douse few yards froii house: Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two good burns; btrn and tenent houso and cistern back ln tho Held; meat and hen house; wood shed; will sellon easy payments; plenty of small fru t. Further particulars address .Ino. D. Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. 14U I 7lk $3 ,OUU : 3 ,nles tion; Macros ingruss; will produco the bost corn, wheat nnd tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwelling, 3 rooms and side roomi good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses. Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear. Price SJ.000 H cash. "cres four R9 flOfi lor Olendeano, from branch v4!""" fresh land; miles mlleslwestof railroad ;ull acres In cultiva,0 3 100 The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION MAILED PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS THE ltt AND 15th OF EACH MONTH o I THE KENTUCKY FARMER lias the ablest and best equipped staff of writers nnd contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey II to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from n scientific and cconorv-tea- l standpoint. FOR A LIMITED TIME fid-dl- o - The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND will be sent to In renewing, Stato whether you want Tho Kentucky FarniorJ One Year, SI Cloverport, Ky. Prompt pitying and New Subscribers, both ' :Send Subscriptions To The Breckenridge News x Yoii See This? So Btom-ach,- open-face- d Feoblo-MIndod- ." Would Other People See Your feeble-minded- Advertisement Don't Fail to See Us For Up-to-Date Job Work. j 7 t v- i A FOR YOU AT THE frvington Barbecue! IlilllMBHKaiSBWBBMWBWWWWWPBaWWWWWWW i i The AND!Band, MUSIC BAND! will Furnish Music Girls' Brass of Vine Grove, JULY 4th Good will give a Free will All Day To The Most Popular Young Lady The League The Second Prize Trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto or to Atlantic City. be a Ten Dollar Gold Piece, presented by The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. The largest 1 wagon-loa- d of people, OTHER PRIZES Winner of sack race Pair $5 Shoes or a Hat; by E. F. Alexander ' WinnerBoys' Foot Race 10 hauled two miles or more Barrel None Such Flour; by W. J. Piggott Prettiest baby, 1 to 2 -2 years old 11 years and under Heaviest farmer, weighed on grounds Thoroughbred Scotch Collie Pup; by L. H. Jolly Maynard Jr. Rifle by Irvington Hardware and Implement Co. dozen cabinet size Photographs; by C. G. trabandt Winner foot race, ages 16 to 30 $5 gold piece; by Mother of largest family present Axminster Rug; by Haynes Trent ' Prettiest baby, under 1 year old First State Bank, Irvington Baby Toilet Set; by S. P, Parks Winner Boys' foot race, ages 10 to 16 1st prize: Boys' Saddle; by McGlothlan & Son 2d prize: Boys' Riding Bridle; by Irvington Cement Block Co. Winners of cake walk"On the Pike" To young lady, handsome prize; by Stewart Dry Goods Co. To young man, Ten Hair-Cut- s; by Selzer's Climber of greased pole Pair Alilitary Brushes; by Irvington Pharmacy A First-Clas- s Barber Shop, Irvington Buggy Given Away FREE! Come and Get in This Contest. You Can't Afford to Miss It! We will have two Good Speakers to address the crowd in the afternoon All Contests, Attractions and Amusement Features A Reduced Rates on all Railroads wiplaceke 'On the Pike" Good, First-Clas- s, Real Barbecued Dinner will be served for only 25c Plenty of Everything to Drink COIVIE ; Enter our town without knocking and remain in the same condition Bring Your Friends and Family -- COIVIE CONFETTI i ? Put away your cares and help make this one great day of pleasure for all. It will make you years young er, ana neip a gooa people in a gooa cause, Lome, Lome, Lome. JLet us start. Everybody's going to oe mere. t-ome, TJgFa" BALLOON ASCENSIONS?