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'' iv tt ti jiJr-w3 n itv ik i VZ JL wJL-J- i?1 i j7Si.,, JL JL n -- w t:" nri' Ik.v T" TT" rj j 1 Jk JL m. t if iw JL tiA Jy "W i i "vii "ir ij i i an " " "rV i -- 1 14 -- "N rvT U i "WT" w ! mm M ,4 if f FB n k s VOL. XXXVI, ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Plank Will Travel CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912. Pages No. 51 f afORY OF THE 'x E THIRTY-TW- O ITEMS P. D. In The South. Wedding Took Place In Hawes ville Wednesday-Soci- al Event Of " BIG Kentucky WEB IN CITY FROiramn seat TAFT VICTORY Renom- gates voted against tho platform' sub mltted by the commltteo on resolutions and then devoted themselves to rather riotous behavior, laughter at tho Taft speakers and oven at Chairman Root, and vigorous refusal to vote The colonel's advice to his forces was read, to tho convention by Henry J. Allen of Kansas and Included a bitter denunciation of the nctioris of tho majority. It was hooted by the Taftltes, but as the table shows, It was effective In most Instances. Among tho states that disregarded Roosovelt's request, Illinois stood out Educational Association Began Yestercay In Louisv- rtv 1 How He Was Mrs. G. W. Beard Celebrates Birthday. Her Eighty-Secon- d ille-Slogan Annual Commencement Of St. Of Over Two SociRomuald's School-Oth- er Thousand Members Has Been al Notes. Reached And Will Try For More. MRS. SKILLMAN ENTERTAINS. P. D. IMank. former master mechanic for the L. H. & St L. R. R. Company, will leave July the first to travel for the railroad department of He exof Louisville pects to make Atlanta his headquarters. Mr. Plank's daughters, Misses Eva and Edith, will remain here through the summer and winter at their home at Mr. and Mrs Ira the Kicking Post. Behen and sons, will be with them. ni, Many Years-Bri- dal Couple Will Live Here After Long Trip. The wedding of Miss Brownie Adair Henry Colhoun dans took place Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock r at the home of the bride's Mrs. Sarah Adair, in Hawesville. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. R. L. Shelton. Theonly attendants were Miss Dood Adair, aunt of the bride, and Mr. Richard Wathen, of Bardstown. After the ceremony congratulations were extended and the bride then led the way to the dining room, which was prettily banked with verdure and which was the bridal table (lowers, with a candle at each of the four confers, whence streamers led to the eler trie light chandeliers pendant from1 tb-ceiling, and in the center of this table was the large cake that haxl the unique distinction of serving the double purpose of bridal and birthday cake. On tiny white candles it were eighty-fonumerically typical of the venerated r, Mrs. Adair, whose birthday this was. Mrs. Gans is the daughter of Judge John S. Adair, and her mother- - who died when she was a child, was a daugh Q ter of the late Judge W M. Brown. She has always lived In Hawesville and was for several years assistant postmistress to her aunt.Miss Dood Adair. There was not a young woman In the country more generally or more favorably known. Mr. Gans Is a son of Gans, of Owensboro, and he now holds a place of' importanceMle-sponsiblllf- y wlttfthe L. H. andst. L. railroad', and has for several yearatew '' l .Lt.'.C mL. yuuu j. at; uujuc lr. uu uiu uiuuli,; vJ icu for the West. They will spend train two months in Colorado and California. .. ana win men return 10 maKtu cne,jjj ' future hini'in Cloverport. The guests from a distance were? Mri, l and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer, of Clover-uort: Mr. and Mrs. Eueene Miller. of House-Part- y At Lodiburg. house-party nndMr. inated for the Presi- dency in Chicago. ILONEL ROLLED . BARKER MAKES ADDRESS. The Association has existed forty-on- e years, and Its highest membership pro vious to this year was not more than 800. This year the officers set n sloan of 2,500, and now have about reached it They will endeavor to have o.OOO before the meeting closes in Louisville. Everybody should help In making tUiat Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor and children, of Custer, are the guests of Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Little Miss Kathleen Sutton, of Cres-eHill, Is the guest of Miss Tida The following lormed a June the 25th and 16th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Gibson, where they were royally entertained: Mlrses Mamie Adkisson, Alma Keys, grand-mothe- nt Robertson, Emmnree Bandy, Nina Hardin, Lucile Parr and Margaret Messrs. Wilbur Keys, Wallace Parks, Hewlt Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Gib-so- Blanche FLAT dbsevelt's Progressives Were Beaten at All Points From the Start 'INCIDENTS' record. Louisville gave a grand lloral parade on Tuesday afternoon, In honor oftht-Kentuck- y Of THE .ft BIG SHOW Governor Hadley of Missouri the Stac Performer on the Losing Sldo Chairman Root's Masterly Handling 'of the Gavel Furore Created by Pretty Boomer for T. R. "Sunny Jim" Sherman Captures Second "Place Again Almost Without ,By E. W. PICKARD. VV Ww L Association. Parade was five miles long and Inched' ed three hundred automobiles, many carriages, floats and horses gaily de&orr ated. An educational division of ttie e parade included the and ih'c new type school, n real scnool farm'a Rowan county moonlight school, ap& other interesting feattires. Ji A great meetincr of school trustees was held on Tuesday afternoon. Judge Henry St Barker, of State University? will address the trustees, and many rtf them will make addresses during ronxm tnhle conferences.' Five hundred ifcfibM trustees are expected to be present. old-tim- Educational Mercer. Mr. and Mrs John Sk'llman were In Louisville lasf week. vewls, a jeweler for thirty yearsro Hardlnsburg. Think of It. His evjjract of this long time Is your taar- tee for fair and honest treatment. t Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Sklllman entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evening, Mrs. Forest Lightfoot, Mrs. Joel II. Pile, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard and Air. and Mrs. John Skill-man. C. W. Bandy. Prospering In Louisville. 1 fl Robert McGavock, of Louisville, is vi&itiug relatives hero and will spend the Fourth in Hnwesville. His family will also come down from Louisville that day and be guests of his daughter.Mrs. Clarence Baker, at the Hawesville pic after an operation for appendecitis. They have good positions in Louisville. nlc. Mr McGavock's son, Mr. Alvln McGavock, has recovered his health s fcfc ur Nathaniel and Hobart Shellman left relatives in Louis ille. riuiMin Beard. . Ir.. . left Tuesdav to . . . sTsenrt several weeks with air. and Mrs. TuescTfty to visit -- James Skillman Moves To Louisville. grand-mothe- NEW Line Around TELEPHONE &. &&tU . President. v ''William Howard Taft. " iw- - For For McQuady Covers' t. James SchooJjpJt Sjierman. l&rjnlcago, villa'm"3fcHovard;w Taft blican ' ticket i again,, heads the VlX tor .Tireameai. mA m w-y m again ine party's nominee for .vice-- . vjiresidnt'. Mr. Taft was nominated on tho prst ballot at 9:30 Saturday- - night, receiving 561 votes, or 21 more than a' majority of the votes In the convention. Mr. Sherman was the only man placed In nomination for second place, and he received 597 votes. The rest were scattering or not cast. Flattened out completely by what his advocates denominated tho steam roller, Col. Theodore Roo'sevelt's candidacy was abandoned by that u,' , gentleman himself, and a few hourB before the balloting on nominations began he sent to the convention hall P'Oii it a request that his delegates should irefrain from voting on any other jft? This request questions whatever. &T was obeyed by 344 delegates, who respbnded "present but not voting." Of the others. "107 cast their votes , ...for -Roosevelt because . they felt i rr:s.r . .. .i houna to rouow me msiruciiona ui ?S their constituents. on pres The vote of Is shown In tho subjoined table: ident Rooss- - Not Taft. velt. voting. States. vw Rosewatei .Opens Convention. most prominently. That 52 of Its delegates voted for the colonel was due to state political conditions. Pennsylvania created a diversion by casting two votes for Justice Hughes. Senator Cummins In the mix-ugrabbed off seven unexpected votes from Idaho. And La Follotte also benefited by the conditions, getting five of South Dakota's votes, In addition to his 2G from Wisconsin and 10 from North Dakota. Enthusiasm Ie Rather Mild. If the truth must be told, the victory of President Taft did not creato any wild enthusiasm in the Coliseum. Of course, there was a lot of cheering, and a banner bearing the picture of the winner was carried through the aisles, but no one followed It, and tho tired spectators at onco began to make their way out of tho hall. Even tho delegates could not bo kept In tbeir seats for the vote on "Sunny Jim." The reading clerks Jumped about like crazy irten trying to catch the vote In tho midst of th'o din, and nobody cared very much whether or not they succeeded. "This purges tho party of a most 2? Alabama disturbing element." said tho Taft j Arizona 1 17 Arkansas men, soberly. 24 California ., "This Is the death of tho good old ..'"12 .I...Ja 'H.uwwriiu .. I uonnccucut Republican party. Now for a new 6 nets ware .". party a party of progress," Bald the 12 Florida 23 v. Georgia defeated friends of Colonel Theodore 1 Idaho 1" 53 Roosevelt. 2 minor . 7 3 20 Indiana Such Democrats as were present ' Iowa 18 2 said little, but looked Joyful. Kansas 2 24 Kentucky Taft Forces Win Every Point. 20 Louisiana '.'. 12 From tho day when the national Maine 6 9 Maryland .1 commltteo met to begin the hearing 16 20 Massachusetts tho Roosevelt forces 9 of contests, 20 Michigan 24 Minnesota never won a point of any moment. 3 17 Mississippi 20 With all the machinery in their conIB Missouri 8 Montana trol, the Taft men dW not let go of '2 14 Nebraska anything that could endanger their 6 Nevada 8 New Hampshire cause In tho least. An instance of 26 2 New Jersey 1 their clover work was tho way In 7 New Mexico........ 5 8 76 New York which tho report of tho committee on 1 22 1 North Carolina credentials was submitted to the conNorth Dakota ..', 34 Ohio vention. It came in to tho hall piece1 15 4 Oklahoma meal, a state or a district at a time. 2 8 Oregon 63 2 9 Pennsylvania This enabled Chairman Root to make 10 Rhode Island tho eminently fair ruling that the 2 IS South Carolina 5 .. delegates whoso seats were involved South Dakota 1 23 Tennessee In each fragment of tho report should 9 31 Texas .. , .. not voto on its adoption. It soundUtah f Vermont ed good, but It was perfectly safe. 2 22 Virginia 14 Washington On only ono of these reports was the 16 West Virginia Taft majority reduced to a perilous Wisconsin Wyoming point. That was the California case, f Alaska considered ono of the strongest 2 Columbia. District of ,.. brought up by tho Roosevelt men, and 5 Hawaii 'Philippine Islands... 2 the Taft voto was 542, Just two ovor 2 Rico Porto a majority. 3S0 107 Totals ......i ... 661 On most of the reports tho RooseHughes, z. La Follette, 41. velt leaders did not demand a roll Cummins, 17. call. First would come tho commitRoosevelt Men Quit tho" Fight. tee report Then a minority report The story of the last day 'of the with a motion to substitute it. Next convention la one of much disorder, Chairman Root would turn to Jim quarrels on the floor, sporadic bursts Watson of Indiana, who would rise of enthusiasm, and, during part of the and move to lay the minority motion long session, swift work by the on tho table. "Aye" would vote the Taft machine. Making their Taft men, stolidly. "No o " would laBt futile fight on the seating of the ccjHe U lone drawn 'out and loud re-- . contested Taft delegates from Wash-laUand Texas, the "RawuMli Aaiu. CeeWnued on I'mre 3 p JfronSqhoolcraft " Sherman- - ls ... ...-....- -. 1 And latives here Saturday and Sunday. Eight Miles Connected With Long Distance. .i&T. mith, who has been quite ill, out again. Started With rto&apiial, Eskridge has returned from ublican Convention at Chicago. 3H3M& Blanche R.ead spent Sunday In 'as A Jofcal telephone company 9Urted'&WM60uadj'ee. monlhsSff go" MlsjJe jvith thirtynilx subscriberVand ko Mrs. Ernest Robeftsqn and"n!ece, has seventy-fiveothe )ist. The line Elnora, of Glen Deao,were the iuests covers eight miles of territory and is of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton Tuesconnected with the long distance home day and Wednesday. telephone. H. L. Brickey is operator. Miss Judith Beard is in Louisville this The remarkable feature of this new She went to meet her sister, company 13 tnat it was started with no week. capital and it is the only one in the Miss Hannah, who has been attending county that has such a record. Person- school in New York City. al work is what brought the company Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Beard left into existence, persons furnishing their Friday on a special train for the Conmaown boxes, giving their labor and vention at Baltimore. terial to build the line. Each subscribMr. and Mrs. Will Watkins, of St. er gets the service for $2 a year. The ollicers of the company are: J. Joseph, Mo., are expected Saturday to M. O'Brien, president, Forrest Lyons, be the, guests of relatives at Cloverport treasurer, and Father Knue, secretary. and this place. 1th the ollicers doing their work eilic- Mr. Marcus Klncheloe. who has been I.icuuy auu uaiu auusvuuui uuujt; !.. ..I.. J ...U..ll... ,1..1 111a In California for the past year part, the company will prosper and home bunday, accompanied by returned his uau grow and be a great convenience to ghter, Mrs Enoch Norton and children. the people of the McQuady communDr. Tom Gardner, of Hopkinsville, ity. was the guest of his brother, Robert Gaidner, the past week. Marry In Indiana. Miss Anna Lewis Whitworth left Tuesday to attend the Epworth League meeting at Hopkinsville. Miss Mamie Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Knott Hardin and Miss L. Hawkins, of Mr and Mrs. John Louisville, formerly of this place, was Clam Hardin were guests of Rev. married to Mr. Arnold T. Cooper in Willett Sunday. Jeffersonville Wednesday night. The Mrs. Marvin Dyer and children left bride 's a beautiful young woman and Monday to visit her parents in Hardin r of Mis. C. D. a county. The groom is a railroad man. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Board were the The couple had been friends four years, but their marriage was a surprise to all. guests of Mrs. Larkln Gibson In Cloverport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and Mrs. guests DAUGHERTY children were the Mrs. Jesseof Macy, JACKSON Compton's mother, of Garfield Sunday. a Of Jerritory Mr and Mrs. James Skillman, of Owensboro, will move to Louisville UUC 'iUi. UUU pfcon, were quests of Mrs. Milt Miller July the first to make their home. Mr. Skillman will have his office in the Sunday. L. H. & St. L. R R. building, for J P. Haswell, Jr., of Louisville, was which company be b attorney. the guest of his sister Sunday Miss Sallie Richardson, of Union Star, and Carl Richardson, of Louisville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard Monday and Tuesday. Miss Vera Tinius, of Holt, visited re- Doing A Splendid Business. Hf .1 E. Beard in Deeming. New Mexico. .111.1. flX -- ..J Till.. ilUU 11.. I 1IC IIIUL' MORRISjHSHMTEY Taking Contracts And Mrs-Ma- ry a iBlflr Have -- tm TOlfilled Many n f?j Spring. Highly Pleased With , Patron ax age. This ' " -- c Joe Morrison and John Haffy, who have just finished painting thek woodwork on the Methodist church, say they have never had better painting business than theyaave gotten this spring. They take their ow'n contracts and work like turks to fill them satisfactorily. They are proud of the jobs they have' done and their painting has attracted much admiration. It is good to do work that beautifies a town. Epworth League Notes From Over The Counly. Robert Lyons is president of the Epworth League at Irvington. This with chapter has correlated the Woman's M ssionary Society and through that pledged $10 for Missions. Miss Eliza Piggott is secretary. Owensboro; Mrs. W. G. FullejtonjSbOjf1' Louisville; Mrs. Mary Gans, mothec-jothe groom, of Owensboro; Mr. and MrsR, W. Richards, of Rockport, Ind ? MrRifhard Wathen, Jr., of Bards- -. town, Ky., Mr. G. Bush, of Cloverport Mr. J. fl. Randall, of Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs Bolcourt, oWEvansville, Ind . Mr. W. R. Hensley, of Louisville. f ki U 000 The Cloverport Chapter will be represented at the annual coherence at Hopkinsville this week by Misses Susette Sawyer, Mildred Babbage, Mamie DeHaven and the Rev. Mr. Lewis The delegates are taking n record breaking report this year showing the Chapter has gotten eight new ll members, has given H0 in offerings to missions, has raised 72 in dues and has done other splendid work since last July in each department. free-wi- grand-daughte- Ham-bleto- n. ?M measure we did Now we do not Hvant the Instruction given, the enthusiasm created and the promptings of the Holy Spirit lost. WeVant men and women who will go out into the highways and hedges and bring men, women, boys and girls into the bunuay School. How many pastors and superintendents wilt inaugurate a campaign for new pupils? All who will, write a card to the News and state a delinite number for which tl ey will work, and if some will give their plans will help, we ought and can bring in 1,000 in six months. We rejoice to hear of the success of the Baptist School in their work in your city, wo urge others to do llkew'se. T. B Henderson. Mr. Pell Dead. Miss Katie Eskridge, who has been in Cloverport Girl Becomes Bride Cincinnati the past winter studying Of Young Machinist-Weddi- ng music, has returned home. 1 Takes Place At Cannelton Thursday In Presence Of Relatives And Friends. Miss Rachel Brandon Jackson and Mr. Arthur Whallen Daugherty were 1 well-oile- d tt married at Wittraer's Hotel in Cannelton Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Powell, pastor of the Methodist church, of that city. Several friends were present. Miss Esther Mae Jackson, the bride's sister, Mrs. Wm. Hoffious, Messrs. Joe Simmons and Edward Morrison, accompanied the couple to Cannelton Thursday morning and returned home with them that evening. The bride and groom were met at Hawesville by several young men from the L. H. & St. L. shops here, where Mr. Daugherty completed his machinist trade last week. He Is from Louisville and came here about a year ago aud Is a young man of high standing. As soon as the happy party nrrlved here on the accomodation they were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Wm. Hoffious, where Mr. and Mrs. Daugherty will board until they go to The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Viola E. Jackson, a daughter of one of the oldest families of this city. She until August, will not be tweaty-on- e and is a yeung wmaa with. A Wirge circle of admiring friend. house-keepin- g. On Tuesday of last week, Mrs.G. W. d Beard celeb: ated her birthday. She had as her guests to dinner, Mesdames Allen S. Edelen, of Burgln; F. L. Lightfoot, of Cloverport; S. A. Pate, of Hopkinsville; M. D. Beard, M. H. Beard, H. M. Beard, Joel H. Pile and Mrs. Blanche E? Read. The birthday cake had on It candles formProbably ing the figures eighty-two- . Mrs. Beard Is the oldest Inhabitant of Hardlnsburg, having lived here since she was two months old. She is well preserved, both physically and mentally and her friends hope she will live to see many more happy birthdays. eighty-secon- The graduating piano recital given at tho City Hall Tuesday evening by Misses Mary Franklin and Judith Beard, was very pretty and much enjoyed. The girls evidenced hard study and much painstaking care. They were of a number of presents and many beautiful flowers. The annual commencement of St. Romuald's School was given at the Hall Thursday evening. This is one of the events looked forward to by patrons, pupils and friends and always highly enjoyed. The Ursulan Sisters have had charge of the school here for a number of years and each commencement shows with what pride and great care thev have drilled these young minds. The songs, recitals and tableaus as well as the instrumental part of the program was all greatly enjoyed. The audieace left anticipating with pleasure the next year s commencement Thos. B. Pell died June 21, at his home In Lewisport, where he was bornl years of age. He was He was fifty-tw- o ill only four days, caused from a general break down in health. Writes Of Appreciation Of The Mr. Pell was a merchant of ability and high standing. He leaves a son, Press-Wa- nts One Thousand Tom Bllnco, eight years old; one brother, Joe C. Pell, and three sisters, New Sunday School Scholars Mrs. L. J. llrown, Mrs. Ida White and Mrs. Horace Patterson. In Breckenridge By January. The funeral of Mr. Pell was held Saturday and a large crowd gathered together to pay tribute to his life. The Webster, June 20 Dear Mr. Bab- brass band of Lewisport furnished sev bage: Ve want to thank you Mr. Ed- eral pieces of sacred music and the itor for your very good and full report funeral was a very Impressive service. of our convention and the nice things said. We are glad you were with us and enjoyed the day. We are very thankful that we have county papers Hawesville And that are Interested in Sunday Scnool Cloverport Both Win work and give quite a little of their space to programs anu tno various meetings, it Is the general opinion the threatening day that It was a great convention and the Notwithstandingrainfall, Ilawesvtlle's aud a worker who failed to attend missed great feast. We were very sorry to on- Junior team aud Murian, Weatherholt'a ly have two pastors with us. It does AimetlCB won a giuuc cacti nun iiuer-nooThe scores were: 6 to 11 and 2 seem to me that pastors ought to be so interested in a work from which thoy tol. llae-u- p of the Hawesville Team The draw at least three fourths of their re cruits for the church that they woflld was as follows: Slierley Mason, left make a creat effort to attend all these field; Carroll Kelly, right field; Daniel conventions, the object of which Is to Foley, catcher, Willjam Boone, second instruct, encourage and entnuse the base; Fraikls Kelly, second pitcher; John Kellythlrd base; Robert Nuu-ne- tt, workers. short stop; Johu Mastlsou, psnJcr things that help to One of the first field; Edward Minnett, first base." The make a convention a success is the by 'Mr. lfale, of all the people team was accompanied hearty the Hawesville Batik akd of the community in which It is' held. cashier of that city who put the Hd (qh. Mayoral I can truly say wc had that at Webtow Mr. Masou, ster the fact Is there Is no better peo- Sunday games.the Rev. Mr, the of I did not start out marshal, aud ple anywhere, but the Baptist church, wer&alto with the to say this. We did our best to make boys. w- the convention, a success and in a large mr ' ' aiSrday n. i rr 9ut( V " & r , .4 A The GENTLHEBUKE RECORD OF. A GREAT MEDICINE Doctors CoulH Not Help Works Of Iniquity Set Forth Amenely By A Sage. From Tho Now York Sun. t.& ; To The Editor of The Sun Sir: A sorry spectacle the great dally newspapers of New York city present just now! Templcton Regained Mr. a bill, without dlscuislcn and without dlsjcntintr vote, requiring two or more wireless operators on every vessel carrying 100 or more persons crew or passengers landing at our ports. One operator to be always on duty, night or, day. Other countries will doubtless soon enforce the same requirement, H II. Windsor in the July Popular Mechanics Magazine. u "L. h :i Let no one say hereafter that the It U press Is free and untrammelled. only too true that the policy ot such papers as The Sun Is the policy of the counting room, Us politics "the politics of the till.1' The Sun knows full well what the truth Is concerning the present crista In the political world, but The Sun deliberately Ignores It. The Sun knows that Theodore Roosevelt Is fighting for the plain people, for honesty and purity in political life, but It will not acknowledge It. The Sun has been against every great reform movement ever launched as far back as I can remember; It has sneered at the plain people qnd has nttacked every public man of stny prominence In public life who has really attempted to make the "square deal" an actual fact as well as a mere name. Let me ask The Sun a question: Is there dftrutli too small to misrepresent, Is there any fact too trifling to distort, Is there any lie too contemptible to tell or a scurvy trick too baso for Tlie,Sun to stoop to In Its endeavor to malign Theodore Roosevelt? I have known some champion liars in .my time, but none that could compete with The Morning Sun. It is the apos-tl- o everything that is mean and base It does not in American journalism. know how to be honest. Long after The Sun has ceased to have any existence the name of Theodore Roosevelt will be remembered by the people of this country as one of the foremost Americans who e,ver lived. It is not within the power of such con temptible sheets as The Sun to detract any from his reputation. What we need In American life is not only political purification but journalisBut we'll never ee it tic purification. In the office of The Sun. It is not built that way. Edward V. Riis. Brooklyn, June 20. A Health through Lydia E. Pinkham'a Compound. Hooper, Nebraska. "I am very glad to tell how Lydin E.Pinkham's Vegetnble Compound has helped me. For five years I suffered from femnle troubles so I was scarcely oble to do my work. I took doctors' medicines nnd used local treatments but was not helped. I had such awful bearing down pains nnd my back was so weak I could hnrdly walk and could not ride. I often had to sit up nights to sleep and my friends thought I could not live long. At my request my husband got me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I commenced to take It By the time I had taken the seventh bottle my health had returned and I began doing my wnshing and was a well woman. At one time for three weeks IHd all the work for eighteen boarders with no signs of my old trouble returning. Many have taken your medicine after seeing what it did for me. I would net take $1000 and bo where I was. Yoir have my permission to use my name if it will aid anyone." Mrs. SUSIE Hooper, Nebraska. ThePinkhnm record Is a proud and peerless one. It is a record of constant victory over the obstinate ills of woman ill3 that deal out despair. It is an established fact that Lydia E. Tem-PLETO- "Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did cat distressed me tetribly. Burdock Blood Bitters reachd the cause." J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. Venice In The Vatican. fl MF lJ 'I' ll 4 v I ! tr I' I 11 Texas Wonder. t The Texas "Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. RegiUafes bladder troubles in childrtnyrff not sold by your druggist willbe sent by mail on receipt of ? UA One small bottle is two month's treatment and seldom fails to lirfecb cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Qllvustreet, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Re,jTucky testimonials. Sold by drug-tyst- s. ' v Wireless Needs Men The Inestimable service which the wireless rendered in the rescue of the "Titantic" survivors is alone sufficient to immortalize thQ name of Marconi; in the confusion and excitement of events the dally press paid scant praiiu to the great inventor, who already ha saed nearly 5.00D lives. It is very apparent, however, that tin continued employ- - This Rome despatch In yesterday's Sun is worth reading again: "Pope Plus this afternoon for the first tlmp in his life saw a moving picture show. The apparatus was set up In the Vatican, with his permission, and a boro. film showing the Campanile of Venice Never can tell whenraMl mash & was thrown on the screen. " finger or suffer a cuJHjruise, burn or No doubt Pius X's memory is full of soft and beautiful pictures of the Venice scald. Be prepaid. Thousands rely which he knew nnd loved and has no on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Your ceased to love. The coarser moving druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. picture will enable him to compare the new Campanile with the old and to de- New Game Law Is Very Drastic. tect changes and not too lovely "Improvements" here and there; but the Attention Is called to the new game domes nnd horses of St. Mark's the law enacted by the last legislature, and winged Hon ot St. Mark, St. Theodore which became effective on Wednesday. on his crocodile (over here, if with reResident hunters that have lived in verence it may be said, the crocodile is the State 12 months, preceding, may on top of Theodore), a hundred bridges, obtain a license by paying $1.00. Nonn.hundred churches, and more than any residents must pay $10. They are Isof them, perhaps, the cooing of the sued by the County Clerks on proper pigeons in the Piazza, the soft lapping application, who will furnish blanks for of the water in the canaletti, the very the purpose. Pinkham's Vegeta color and odor or malodor of it; these re-- '' All persons hunting without a license ble Compound has are with him. He sees the old home. in possession, ready to be exhibited to storedhealth totMu-sand- s So each of us, In our humbler way, of suchuffer-in- g any one demanding same, will be sublooks back to some lost elvslum or finds worncT Why ject to a fine of not less than 510 nor don'tyouiry itif you in his blrthplaceor early home a lasting more than $25. Licenses are not transntjodsiioi a medicine? charm. There is something sympathe- ferable. Any person who shall make to tic to all of us in this backward gazing, an officer authorized to issue hunting ment of beardless youths In the wire- in this holder of St. Peters keys, the license, a false statement or change or less station of passenger liners must saintly old man of the Vatican, looking alter his license in any manner, shall be cease. Positions involving so momen- from his august seclusion at the Venice punished by a fine of not less than fifty tous responsibilities are not in the of his memory. Dulces reminiscitur dollars (85O) nor more than two hun nature of things fully realized by boys Argos. New York Sun. dred dollars (?200), to which may be in their teens. This is one of the readded imprisonment in the county jail. forms international conference must The new law also prescribes heavy E secure, and should require not only expenalties for seining, trapping and amination as to wireless ability, but dynamiting fish. even more as to fitness of operators. Though the law is very drastic and That the mere sending or receiving of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hagan and may seem to some unreasonable, It is wireless is anything but dilllcult is at- children are visiting her brother, Rev. It is especially generally satisfactory. tested by the thousands of grammar Dan Shacklette, in Cordon. so to owners of land, who heretofore boys who are already and Mrs Aldrich Shacklette returned have been unable to prevent the whole operating for Dleasure, but the qualit- home Wednesday evening after spendsale butchery of game and frequently ies of mature judgment and endurance ing several days in Louisville. the killing of live stock by careless are a prime necessity. Moreover, a Mrs. Margaret Sargent andlittle son, hunters reasonable number of Atlantic steamers of Peru, Ind. are visjting her parents, shculd, when crossing, be required to Rev. and Mrs. Wlnchell. A sprained ankle may as a rule be maintain unbroken attendance in the ' Miss Willa May Ridgeway, of cured ip from1 three to four days by ap'sparkhouse," not for their own adIs visiting her cousin, Miss plying Chamberlain's Liniment and obvantage, but to provide for the reserving tho directions with each bottle. ceiving of distress messages from Linnie Hardy. Mrs. Z. T. Cox and sons are visiting For sale by All Dealers. other vessels. If governments should now impose her brother, Dr. W. J . Shackltftte, of Century Magazine For July. upon ship stations conditions which Nolin, Ky. Mrs. S. I. Brown was in LOulsvllle seem onerous to steamship companies, the penalty is not undeserved. Here Friday. In the Century Magazine for July John Lanster was in Louisville Tues- Professor W. M. Sloane writes on the after it must be impossible for even the president of a steamship line to day. modern Olympic games. Admiral Sigs-be- c Mrs. W. M. Frymire, accompanied absolutely tirottle the voice of wireon safety at sea, Commodore W.H. less. Imagine a city of 2,500 souls by her nephew, Sam Allen, spent sev- Bechler on, Germany as a sea power, swept with sudden disaster, with 1,800 eral days last week with friends and Mr. Jacob A. Riis on Denmark's nationresidents dead or dying, and the mayor relatives In Frymire. al park. Professor G. G. McCurdy on of the city or the president of the Miss Lorice Jaggers, of Vine Grove, the art of the cave dwellers, and Mr. telegraph company controlling the one accompanied her father this far as he Christian Brinton on that of Maxwell telegraph wire and withholding all came to fill his appointment at Salem Parrish Mr. W. J. Locke's serial is details for four days! Saturday and Sunday, and was the continued and so is Mr. Mauiice F. Since the above lines were written guest of Miss Elva Bruner while here. Egan's account of St. Francis with the the Senate of the United States passed Richatd and Hayden Dowell enter- - Boutet de Monvel illustrations. There -- talned several glrli at their home near here Sunday in honor of their cousin, Miss Elizabeth Rhodes, of Elizabeth-towAll report a fine day spent. Albert Smith and Miss Pearl Shack-Ictt- e were the guests of Mifs Rosa Lou Shacklette Sunday near Hill Grove. Mrs, Leek Frymlre Is visiting her husband's parents, Mr and Mrs. Sack Frymlre at this writing. R. T. French and wife went to Louisville Saturday to see their daughter, who has been very ill, but we under stand she is tetter at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Blant Shacklette, Jr., spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Bell Ashcraft, near Guston. Sam Allen, of Blrdspolnt, Mo., made n flying trip here to see his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frvmlre. Mrs. Oscar Rice and little daughter, Verna May, returned home Thursday after spending some time in Owens n. H. E. ROYALTY njrS FICE I KKH MANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OYER FARMERS' BANK ,v RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. lMirraer, arc you intorcsted? If so, call on the managai'fff tho Cumberland Telcnhnnn & TnWranh I'qpp any and bavo hlra explain tho special "Far- . Lino" rate. Hfcfe. . X BERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY I t aafrf5N;afrai3?aK9jaKafr5 ! 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 Hk 3 'm iThen I Us e Lewisport Best do all Flour wy l this and more. antecd Every sack guar- - Mill WISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky are short stories by J. J. Bell, Owen Johnson and five others, with a travel sketch by Hilalre Belloc and four poems. Constlpatlon,causes headache, indi gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For a mild, opening medicine, use Doan's Regulets. &jc abox at all stores. 3k of JIJCewJl' BOURBON POULTRY CURE Town Sells Cement Walk ForAdvertising. Wishing to extend a cement sidewalk a distance of three or four blocks to the new fair ground, and having no fund for the purpose, the town of Hope, Arkansas, constructed the extension by selling each outlined block of it as advertising space. A plat was made of the walk, showing it divided into numbered squares. A few of the squares were retained, on which to place a short history of the town, giving names of prominent men, various industries, population at different dates, and the names of county and town officers at the time, and the remainder were sold for advertising. In most cases the advertising was done by forming the letters in the top coat before the final set, but a few of the advertisers furnished aluminum letters and numerals, about 3 in high. Although the sidewalk has now been laid for some time, the outlines of the letters are said 10 be as when first high-scho- ol IK vHk 1 down a chick's throat capes. A few drops cures the drinking water curesla and prevents cholera, diarrhoea, and other chick diseases. One lediclne At all druggists. cases of Fowls" ssnt FREE. Bourbon Remedy Co. kttortoa. It Id By IRVINGTON PHARMACY, Inington, Kj Shep-erdsvill- e, made. From the Mechanics Magazine. July Popular 3ft Each age of our lives has its joys. Old people shouldbeihappy, JtM will be if cVntberliin's Tamils tug', taken to strengthenilhe djffstion afp?. keep the bowels rejwlajThese tablets i are mild and genlHthelr action and especially suitabrefor people of middle age and older. For sale by All Deal- andjey ers. Tobacco Out At Glen Dean. j" Frank Ruppert, of Glen Dean, was here Thursday. All the tobacco has been set out around Glen Dean. Ho says the corn crop is 'good, but a poor V wl a wheat crop. 1 niHchbaurrt Qothes. HAWDTJULChtP AXX WOOL. Get Ready Fop Xlie 4th of July Barbecue at Irvington umm . K irechbaum All. WOOl. .CUAHANTtlD Qothes. X ,4, ifc, HAUDTAlLOaiD ? J 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 low- -. est possible price jr Summer Clothing IMuo, Ladies' Gun Metal Low-Cu- t Shoes pocket-book, Ladies' Slurts Blue, Brown, Black; prices Gray and Brown Serges at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $20.00. All good values and $2.50 to $5.00 cheaper than can bo bought ordi- ftp Tn tfJQn OQ narily; priced from . In White Canvas or Buckskin, Tan and Prices to suit your Ladies' and Mis Mf all-wo- ol FA Gnuand Skirts in To To $3 50c $7.50 $3,00 I l oa7 1 ft IRy uU Big Line of Underwear White Wais; From i 11 1 m B V ' BIG LINE OF SIJ0ES ON BARGAIN COUNTER ATyf OUR OWN PRICES Riff VJTX linp Mfne Odd Pank in all fNr . Sfopc: at r"j $1.25 to $5.00 if ki, TBvrtv:tif KjlHmM ft t& ED. F. ALEXANDER, i Ifvington, Ky o f 7 ffwwwTyi 1M.BV1 , V. Wmmh E GIRL WHO "MEANS TOO" Ily MARGARET 8LATTKRLV m M as Mm -- m Male Mlmatk by KMiwy anrJBIaMef Trouble K I 'Wnttodoit." has the sympathy of every one For we ats'd"meati to"' and fall p with her It Is becoming a habit, a few year more wlllmakc It a hrtbit. Resolving to do and not If, promising but not fulfilling the ilsc, will have become cfiaracter- f the girl She will lSone of hest not to be depended' upon. erefore all who are guiding and :tlnir her life parents, mends, tjthers In the public schools, and Jhc her Re often most deeply interested sral ana spiritual aeveiopmonx.inor teacher -- must comfilno LM.rry out In action the things she s" to do. If hor character is to strengthened, shel.uiust be helped t stltute "I have rfone lt"for"I really naday-school , Volunteer Prowdies responsive, lovable, and Irresponsible. The teacher must heli! her to soe her .fault, then inspire hor to overcome it. ""W remcmber a most interesting teacher the last year of the grakiariar school had just such a girl InDjer. .room. The girl adrriired her teacher greatly; and whenever she expressed the desire Miiu rcaaJ a new uuuiv, .., U.. Ik. .I.E. l. ' ui iu uai cture, to use certain ,see a grejrt 8 nuteriLdmJrti drawing or painting Ki lesson, thc jjijij promised that the book lThe girl who'continually moans to jjnd seldom does is usually emotional, $ llU-- , Jfgladly bssjntliy her father, the pop- - i 7fi Ifv ft Pegarden. Almost never was the promise ' fulfilled; still she continued to promise. K One afternoon her teacher talked with hsr after school and showed her a list things sho had promised ;of twenty-on- e to do and had not done. "J know vou do not mean to be un truthful, but you are, "the teacher told her. "Whenever you promise now to ,do a thing, the other girls smile. You wanted to be chairman of the Luncheon Committee, and did not receive a single, vote:not because the girls dislike you, but because they cannot depend upon you. You cannot be counted on.'' ' Twenty-on- e "The girl interrupted. promises to you broken!" she exclaim- ? ed. "Twenty-one- ! I shall keep every , one of them. Let me see them " Then she burst into tears and the old excuse fell almost unconsciously from . her lips:"I meant to,I really meant to." Sympathetically.-buwithout being spared, the girl was shown that the promises could not be kept now; the time "had passed and it was too late. The inconvenience and unhappiness caused by many of these unkept promises waif' explained to her, and the teacher asked that for one week she should make her no promise. "0, but T want to do things for you. I must!5' she cried with all the passion of her emotional nature. 'That is what I want," the teacher respond d, "that you should do things, but say nothing." , t LODIBURG Bud Hardin, of Indiana, was visiting J. W Brown and other relatives here last week. Miss Winnie Hardin, of Owensboro, is the guest of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hardin, this week. Kidney trouble prcjs upon the mind, discouragcsandlcsscusnmbltion, beauty, vigor and cheerful- . . The girl tried faithfully Her love ness soon disappear H iffcl and admiration for the teacher furnish when the kidneys are ed a strong motive, and the weok show out of order or dised a real gain. One day her mother eased. Kidney trouble has called at the school. Sho said that become so prevalent because of her daughter's strange rethat it is not uncomquest that she be compelled at home to mon for a child to be do everything she promised to do, she born afflicted with vcak kidneys. If the had questioned her and learned of the girl's struggle to overcome the habit. child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, "when the child reaches an She had given little attention to her age when it should be able to control the daughter's habtt, thinking that there passage, it is yet afflicted with depend vpon it, thecause of thediffi-cultwas time .enough to assume responis kidney trouble, and the first later, when the girl was older sibility step should be towards the treatment of But she had seen the mistake, and these important organs. This unpleasant wanted to help her child. trouble is due to n diseased condition of Together they decided to encourage the kidneys and bladder and not to a as people suppose. the girl for the time being to refrain habit mostwell as men arc made miserWomen as Meanwhile able with kidney and bladder trouble, from making promises. they would make requests for such and both need the same great remedy. services as seemed perfectly possible The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t is is for her to render, bolng careful that jy druggists, in soon -realized It sold fiftyi but little1 time need elapse beetween cent and A5555i352r5r5?i :sjfs-- t request and its required size bottles. You may the time of the a bottle fulfillment In order that action might havemail sample also n jb:" 8,:S2r:rs by free, MWg488RB:jj( follow rapidly in resolution to act. In pamphlet telling all g about Swamp-Roothe months that followed the girl's nm. ,(..,. p.!,, to do wat she said she would do including many of the thousands of testifurnished many a scene of both tragedy monial letters received from sufferers who found he just the and comedv; but slowly she gamed, remedy needed. In vriung Dr Kilmer and in two years ths result has been & Co., Binghamtoam. V , be sure and Don't make nny A week will is being mention this marvelous. bitUJrchietnbcr the name, Dr. strengthened, and a girl who will be of mistake, Sjunp-RooKilmer's nnd the address value in home, church, and school is Kin'mnufrou, is. Y on everv bottle f being made. The Requested Promise ham, last Saturday. The request for any service which Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Hook, of Hardrequires a promise on the part of the insburg, was visiting their parents, Mr. girl in her early teens, when respon- and Mrs. Dick Avitt, last Saturday. sibility rests lightly, should be wisely made. She should not be forced nor It is now well known that not more ovcrurged to make any promise. In than one case of rheumatism in ten rerequesting the girls of a class to do quires any intetnallreatment whatever individual home work the teacher All that is needediS'a free application shquld be sure to assign work that can of Chamberlain's Litjiment and massagbe done, give references that can be ing the parts at eac application. Try Understood, that the girl may be ex- it and see howcfunckly it will relieve pected to fulfill her share of the re- the pain and sortness. Sold by All sponsibility for a prepared lesson. The Dealers. teacher should make clear that ordinary courtesy demands that if she is unable to do her part, her teacher shou'd E be notified before Sunday. This dignifies the work, making it important Sunday School at chis pluce is proenough to require that notice be given if it cannot be done. More than that, gressing nicely. the teacher fs training future church Jess,e Garduer, of Irvington, spent workers either to perform the task they Saturday and Sunday with Stauiord have assumed, provide a substitute, or Brashear. notify some one who can in order that The hall g3nie here Sunday between the thing planned may be done. The Rhodelia and our home team Was well teacher should be ready to accept attended, and resulted in favor of Rbo-dereasons for failure to fulfill a promise, a boy's. so that the girl may feel that she is A large crowd fropi here attended the tf i just. moonlight picnic at Union Star SaturSooner or later every teacher wijl report an excellent time. day uight, me.et.Vthe girl who means to." She Roy O'BfyviJ of Louisville, was the to will find her easy to love and Cas pardon for things left undone. vEnt jf gucht of fnends'Tiert) Sunday. Mrs. Dock Frymire, of Ekron, and she is a real teacher, making impress-- " ions which lead to acts that form Sam Allen were the pleasant guests at character she will spare neither tim, Dr. Fry mire's a few days last week. thought nor prayer if she may gain Mrs. II E. Frymire and Miss Aliene power to make connection oetween the Bi idle expect to go to Louisville this intention to do and the actual doing. Sunday-Schoweek Magazine. Bill Dodson and mother were in R., was the guest of Miss Annie Keys Stcpbensporl on busiueris last week. last Sunday. Byron Johnson, of Garfield, was visitConsult 'LNTMcGlothlan for ing hij daughter, Mrs. Grajson Payne, sub.criptipdB to Courier-Journ- al. last week. Timesjiost, Herald, Farmers n Rev. Gatlin, of Louisville, filled his Ilomytfournal, Stock Yard Kecorder and Breck regular appointment at Walnut Grove onfidgo News. last Saturday and Sunday. y one-dollar COME TO LOUISVILLE! Per Cent M Your Total Purchases Up to the Aimmnt oi Your Round Trip Railroad Fare Wc will Rebate 5 saves you lie cost of you r traveling expenses, but lkalso gives youthe advantage of our big " r o assortments and e& tra low pnges, which we are enabled to quote by reason on9d.ir beifio- affiliated witl the great- est buying organizati n insme world. fc CThis not only fS:" m W i m 1 1 fk . ef-fq- rts t, i " m "i Swnmp-Roott- o "MJTT"Tiiif"ir"''Tr irr i .jtt tjr t, , DRY GOODS FURNITURE FOOTWEAR CARPETS SMLLINERY REAtMVEAR AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS I i jI II J I I s""-- 3 iNcSoRATED 1"iaKTTiftfcilu. I rt THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 l. UNITBCf STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR jAjftbsol utely Safe Place to do Business. 40 YEARS J Per Cent on Time Deposits ol Don't Forget When The Interests of Small Depositors Are not overlooked in this bank! We value small accounts, and do all we can to make this class of depositors feel at homo. We are in a position to assist depositors in conservative ways to develop their interests, and invite the' consideration of our facilities for rendering large or small service inatatis- fnotnrv ivnvF INSURING that you can tie robbed as well a your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. Journ-ajjWeater- Mr. and Mri. Malcom Robertson, of Frymire, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvington, was P. Kobertson last Sunday. the guest of her daughter, Miss Ida Mrs. Huse Frymire, cf Frjmire, was Belle Ater, last Sunday. visiting relatives in Hardinsburg last Mrs. Ida Nottingham was the guest week. of Miss Ida Dutschke at Holt last SunMr. and Mrs. Victor Orenrtorf, of day. Webster, attended church at Walnut leff Condor and Earl Harshfield left Grove last Sunday. for California last Sunday. Miss Fannie Swink, of Webster, was Frank Macy.ot the L. H. & St. L. R. visiting her cousin, Mrs Ida Nottlng- - IIONJTAR Virginia and Clara Beard, of Hardinsburg, are visiting their grand-parentMr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson. James Severs tpenc Saturday and Sunday at home with his mother. Dr. Marshall, of Portsmouth, Ohio, is the guest of Mibs Sallie Richardson. He has been absent for 22 years. Jesse Gardner, ot Irvington, attended the Moonlight picnic at Saxton G. D. LuWsou is Duts-chke's. ?n IVU Fire, Tornado, Plate ( Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgages nnd other Legal Papers written and ul! forms of acknowledge ments taken. mS STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months oldgood ones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 spending several days at his home in Hawesville. n The moonlight picnic given at Dutscbke's Saturday night was a great success. Lamar Gardner, of Cheuault, was the gutst of Miss Nannie Hall Sunday. Misa Wildii Robertson returned home yesterday from a week's vitit to relatives in Cloverport. Miss Eula Hope Cart was the guest of Misa Htillie Severs Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Robbius and Mrs, L, A. Cait attended church at Stepheusport Sunday Sax-to- yearsold and some nice cattle. ion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. in. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky. .v V & LYONS, McQuajy, ti'S. J i AI ? J tne present he Is running a delivery He is automobile for the same man. now making 12 a week. years cf age anl on He is wenty-twthe 29th of Juno he will bp married to Miss Kntherine Brickmeire, of Evansville. They will make their home there. Will Marry Saturday. His mother, Mrs. B. N. Hrickeynd .sister, Mrs. B. P. Frank will attend the wedding and all friends send them conMattingly, Ky , June 23. (Sptcial.) gratulations and hope they will live a Sammle Briekey, son of Mr. and Mrs life. T N ,Brjckey, of Mattingly, left home long and happy his livjng when he was a mere to make When your child hasy;hooping cough boy, only fifiteu years of age. t He be careful to kcffpttrtTcough loose and went to Evansville, went to work, and expectoration asy by giving Chamberhis first work was in a glass facfory, Cough iemedy as may be requirhen out on a farm one year, then he lain's ed. This remedvtyM also liquify the went to work for R.H, Pennington, tough mucus andjrnake it eabler to exunder the boss of his brother-in-law-, pectorate. ItjMR been used successMr. 0. W. Sanders, There he worked fully in man)ttdemics and is safe and several years in the cold storage aad at sure. For sale by All Dealers. o For Sale 15 H. P. F. ftl. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine i in goodcondition; has'beon run about i years and is a bargain toaayono needing u stationary engne. Has alLuecessury pMpes jnrqgplino tank whici' holds abouUgallorisvhitsdetac)Ablo gasoline- punjp' ' and u tiaimil gas atJtaclmTont. Keason for rolling ontircJrtoo lai'go for rpurpqsQ. For further infor-- , r il ii tt - t nuwiuu can on or auuroswr t - i "?m 0 n RARRAf.P m v "' y."'''i Cumberland Telephone No. 46. rinWnhrt ""'"H,"M L tfv "JVjjii V'v Bj ' $H i A "a r THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wednesday. NEWS, Contributions To The Ctoverport Cemetery Association Jen" Hnmblcton, JNO. D. BARBAGE, Editor and Publisher Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERFORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912 Subscription price $1.00 a year BUSINKSS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OB" THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your 'paper. If it is not correct please in advance. Henderson, L. L. Wilkerson, Now York, 5.00 25.00 m during the continuance o the meet TWELVE lng. An afternoon service at three o'clock, a prayer and personal workers service at seven each evening in the room back of the pulpit, and the night Are Enthusiastic service at seven forty five, MING MEN Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations notify us. : i 1 :? Guston, June (Special) Mrs II, Over at Chicacro last week the mont popular song played at tho L. Bell entertained her Sunday School In Uovcrport Republican convention was "Everybody's Doing It. class of young men last Friday evening from S to 10 o'clock at her beautiful if everybody would go to church, if everybody would go to tho ball c untrv home near Gustou. There was s if everybody games, if everybody would clean up their h written review of the last three would plant trees and llower-- , if everybody would like each other, mas with the large class that are to months work, Htter which there wre what a great old town this would bo! There would be something do- take the work. euj iat)le games and delicious lefresh- ing all tho time. Everybody would bo full of enthusiasm, everybody mento. M'S, Bell has had lir clasi if hoy" for our years, nnd that she i a would bo boosting Cloverport, everybody would be happy. Let us TWENTY-ON- E LATEST must excellent teacher Is shown by the notice everything worth while that everybody is doing, and let us do lergth of her diss roll, and the enthusIt too. 20. side-walk- LET EVERYBODY DO IT1 tercst in the teacher training course and several have Irdlcated a desire to take up the work One of the first to speak of taking the work was Mary Owen Oelze who will no doubt be the youngest member of the class and from her public school record 1 Is expected that she will do excellent work. There will he three ceneratlons repre I sented In the class, since Mrs. Oelze amJ Mr. Willis are tak Ine the course. It will be an Interest Ing sight on the fourth Sunday In Sep tember to see the father, daughter and grant! daughter receiving their diplo- There has been a quickening ooo of In Members Of Sunday School Glass At Gus ton-H- ave Held Together Four Years Under Mrs. Bell's Love And Direction. Screen Doors, Windows and Wire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Con- creting anjsKBrick JLaying. I m inds of Planing Mill Work to Order ON PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION tymm.mmmmw "Stopped his paper" is the short article that is uoing the rounds of tho Kentucky Press. Somehow, wo havo a higher regard for tho Postal Savings Bank July First. Kenneth Smith, Albert Adama, Herman who cots mad and stops his News than tho man who never takes Rob't man Rice, Curtis Kendall, Verdn JohnImproved. it, but borrows it week after week, enjoys it and then never lets on son, Broadus Xcafus aud George Adams the paper. that ho oven Lyons Ticket Agent For L., H. Post-Office iastic woikers. Thoe who are members of this happy liHinl tire: Ernest Stith, John Neafus, Roy Lee Neafus, Lou Butler, Jim Childs, WAKE lHmW fsula Crops in thi county look mishty good to us. Corn, tobacco, New Office Gardens are (large crop planted) and potatoes are doing their best. 'fine, too, due to the good work of tho women. Wheat is not up to REV. SHEPHERD its usual standard, but is bettor than it has credit for beinsz. Good roads lead to & St. L. R. R. Company; Has In The County Court. LEAVES ; i The father of good roads in Brcckenridee countv b now makinir a telephone line succeed around McQuady, building up social service in his community and Hcrudou having greater vision? of greater things to do. Mrs John Waller aud Miss Mary everything irood. Mr. and Mrs John I.yddan.of Wclister, attended church services here Sunriiu , and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. llerndou and mother, Mrs Annie -- Claude Mercer sold at public outcry Mrs Smith visited Miss Lelia Mc than .'3000 New York Democrats in Baltimore this Gary at Hardinsburg Thursday, She four land notes $200 each and interest There are more amounting to $935 belonging to the es"week with petititions signed by many more than J5000 urging their attended the Catholic commencement. MissWilla J Drury and Mr. James tate of Ben Miller for $555. Jas. Durstate delegates to vote for WooJrow Wilson. Wilsoc's chances for Younger, of West Point, were guests of ham was the purchaser. the nomination arc good. Mr. and Mrs. Chas II Drury at Hewlej-villL,ee e. Our County Sunday School President has a delightful letter Charlie Payne, of Oaks, was in atpressing his appreciation of the pre in this issue. The News is in- Tydings tendance at court. He looks fine and debted to Mrs. H. Ii. McGlothlan for the interesting notes ot the J K. Johnson attended the picnic at says business is good at his town on Askins Saturday and advertised our big the branch. convention held at Webster recently. barbecue, for July 4 ex- Wnller, of Ilopkinsville, who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J.H.IIcrndon are in Louisville as guests of Miss May The wills of John C. Char.ey and Mrs. John Slaton were probated. The following Confederate pension ers filed their applications for pensions: Mrs, Annie D English, John H More-IdocDnvid Jones, Miram Weidman, i Mrs. Catherine Carter, Inlowe Smith. These were laid over for one month. The following were recommended for pensions: Mrs. T. B. Rohertson, R. S. Skillmnn, Isaac Muckenfuss and Ben G. Dowell I k, Ave you cfoinS tojs&row old Without a dollur in theBANK? Winding up in the POOR HOUSE Is not a pleasant prospect. Old age comes as sure as the c'ock ticks. A Comfortable OLD AGE is the ambition of every man. The wav to have this is to have MONF-Jto make it comfortable "The money ihat you could savethow by cutting out a few extravagances and banklnajfc"fegularly would grow into a big sum by the time your Its December While enjoying tho June time oi.mtrf life, prepare for the December. d Jl . i . THE BEST PROOF Mrs. Jim King visited her son, Tony W. J. Bryan says the Baltimore Convention is to be a "Iitt'o King, of McQuady, last week. Chicago." The same steam roller is there, only of a smaller pattern, Jim IJolin and Miss Reba Iiolin but the employes are skilled laborers and have the machine in perfect areMrs. Fordsville as guests of Mrs Holin s Cloverport in Cannot Citizens sister, Mrs Kirk running ordci. Doubt It. Mr R. L Crider nnd daughter, Eli.a beth, were in Louisville Thursday. The Green River Tobacco Association has pooled 14,500 acres of Harry Conuiff was in Louisville WedMadden says ever)' tobacco in Hancock and Daviess counties. Ooan's Kidney Pills were used nesday to see his mother, Mrs. Conniff. grower in Hancock is pooling this year Thev brought benefit. Rev and Mrs E W. Graves and son The story was told to Cloverport Junius, of Auburn, .spent Tuesday week with Mr. and Mrs. Sim Payne Rev residents Teddy sure needed a hat pin! O-sc- I I I Uf jr- Eel Oar Bank be Your Bank rota! Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" SANK OF rURDINSbURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Ky. wwjMVmcizwmfssa&xmmmmmn&SKi&z. Baptist Church Notes. ih A i I it Hi I l, service of song and prayer was ooo held every night last week at the BapLarge congregations were at both tist church preparatory to the meeting services Sunday. Pastor Cottrell spoke which began Sunday, in the morning on, "balvation, trie ooo Problem of the Ages," and at night on, A few of the ladles met at the "Individual Responsibility " There church Friday and gave the building a were 121 in the Sunday School, and thorough and much needed cleaning, four additions by letter. The outlook which service is greatly appreciated Is emouraging for a good meeting. by the church. May this be prophetic joo of the heart cleaning that shall result Bro. Lewis came Monday afternoon from the meeting. and was greeted by a large congrega-- ti ooo n Monday night He has a large Cottrell has not completed place in the hearts of the people of Pastor canvass yet, but Cloverport and vicinity and they are the has been making progress. One of the glad of the opportunity to hear him most striking discoveries has been of again during tils series of services, the large proportion of men who are ooo net identified with the churches. A There will be three services a day house-to-hou- se sus. better day is coming and will be realized when the men of cloverport become followers of the Man Christ Je- Gra"es, as jlastor of the Presbyterian church here was most popular, not only among his own but all congregations of our city. The visits of Mr and Mrs. Graves are pleasant events throughout the community. Edgar Lewis and son.Jesse.of Lebanon Junction, visited L H.Moremen Sunday. Miss Mary Smith, of Guston, visited her sister, Mrs. LaRue Cox, Sunday. Mrs Mary Sipple, of Cloverport, is the guest of her son. Julius Sipple. Our rough post-offic- HOE Die HOE DH HOE 0 B Home-Mar- ie Ice Cream 0 Wholesale and Retail Shipped to all Railroad Stations on the branch and main line of the Henderson Route. Telephone for Prices and Prompt Service. Ice Cream furnished for A Postal Savings Hank will be opened there July 1. Mr and Mrs Harry Major, little daughter, Katharine, and Mnster I5en Weaver, of Louisville, and Mrs. LaRue Helm. orLexington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hate Washington". Mrs. Charley Pennington and Child ren, of Louisville, returned home Tues day. accompanied by Mrs Nannie Hodges, her mother. They visited Mrs. K L. Henderson Miss Mary Xevitt returned Thursday from a visit to friends in Louisville. Mrs I). C. Moorman and daughter, Miss Hetsey, of Glen Dean, were here Saturday morning enroute to Hewley-vill- e, where they are guests .of Mrs ' Moorman's father, T. P. Hardaway. The many friends of Mrs. II. W Hern don, of Kind, Okla , are grieved to learn of her serious illness at her home in that city She and her daughter had expect ed to come to Kentucky in June, but on the eve of their departure she became painted aud papered has been given a thorenovation, being artistically e Time has strengthened the evidence. Has proven the result lasting. The testimony Is from this locality. The proof convincing. Mrs G. W. Fitzgerald, 1421 W. Fifth St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I wish to say that Doan's Kidney Pills are an honest kidney remedy. I was in a bad way before I began their use. I had backache day and night and the kidney secretions caused me much annoyance. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and had not taken many before I was greatly relieved. I can now sleep soundly, the headaches have left me and my back is strong." The" above statement was given May 9, I9O7 and when Mrs. Fitzgerald was interviewed on February 20, she added: "I do not have to1jse Doan's Kidney Pills any since they The .Sinking of The Titanic vessel which embdied nien'd jrreatest and ingenuity in ship lujifdinr, start hi out on her raaidfen voyage across thi ocean. Her builders, her captainUier crew and eery passenger had absolute faith in staunchne of this great ship; but there was ovorHuranceand because or" this, carelessness, notenou3blifeats were provided. Tho last orders from the brntorof the Titanic before she made her final pluncMjnto tho mighty ocean was "WOMEN AND clflDREN FIHST" The sea of life is noes pUotis; filled with as many icebergs and obstaes; huuiftW life is as uncertain us the voyuge of jfce Titanic. lako warning pro Af odern societyTis no more vide lifeboats, staunch life boats than use iruviuuu OV lite lnsnrnnrr. policy with th HereVas a i - te 's a -- V Jl2 cured me years agarYbu are at liberty to use my stjflfementas heretofore." For ydejjy,all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. alter-Milbur- n New Ymk, sole agents for the United t jfe Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. emember the name Doan's no other. and me Leading Anruai mvicienu uompany. Organiled 1845 NEWS FROMSJ. MARY'S In DAVIS DOWELL, Salesman, Hardinsburg, Ky. The Shank Sundae. From Tho Indianapolis News. ill. The Woods-N- ew Church-Soc- ial Additions V Ser- Picnics, Church Suppers, Barbe cues and Entertainments at home rome of Walker's Salt - Rising Bread WALKER nor: Hardinsburg, Ky. 0 lome Phone Cumberland Phone 0 DC HOE son: OH Mrs. l'lake Ater was the guest of relatives at Lodiburg last week. Rev. nnd Mrs Niram Willett of Shelby ville. returned home Friday.after spending their vacation here. Rev. C R Shepherd delivered an in teresting discourse on "Faithfulness" to n large congregation at the Uaptist church This was Mr. Shep Sunday morning. herd's last appointment at this place nnd the people see his departure from among them with much regret During his two years' pastorate, by his most striking personality and high ideals of Christian living, he has won many friends among all denominations in this city. Robert Lyons, city ticket agent, is in the Henderson Route's new office, which is located immediately back of the Lyons Restaurant. The Henderson Route has its waiting rooms located on the first floor of the Lyons Hotel The general, ladies, and colored waiting rooms are being furnished.well ventilated and have comfortable seats. The departure of all trains is called by the ever accommodating and competent agent Mr. Lyons. Father Knue, not only father of St. By Mary's but the father of good roads, said last week that metal will be put Voon the roads that were graded 6 miles around McQuady last year. They proved good this year notwithstanding the hard wlntor. "Social Service" is being developed More concrete Is being laid at Mcat St. Mary's in the Woods. Father Quady and at the church. McQuady Knue is having a new hall added to being a model town and the church, a reading room, a smoking has visions of more than likely it will someday have room for men, and all modern convewater-worand electric lights as well niences. The church also has a new as concrete walks $000 vocalloo. and Miss Lilian Shecran To The vice Being Developed Father Knu- e- Handsome cation. An Indiana druggist has originated the Shank Hundae, in honor of Mnyor Shank. Here are the Ingredients; One measure of ice cream, hny flavor of one strawberry, and potato chips Hround the edge of the glm in which the sundae is served, Byr-u- p, ks m " Louisville Market. f. organist. Father Knue believes In the social side of life and thinks the church is the best place for it. The doors of St. is Two'loads of cattle sold on the Louij. ville Market Monday for Stf cents.They $3,85 Louisville aud return, Account averaged 1300 to I4OO pounds. James Roberts, Lewlsport, was on Awocfatiou, Educational Mary's reading and smoking room will Kentucky open to loafers, to tired men and June 6 and 27, 1012. Date of tale: the market and sold 90 hed of cattle be and 90, 1013. Return limit: at s)4 to, 6'A cents; 0 lamU at fSM; women, to happy young people seek- June 43 head fat skeep at 4tf ets. ing a good time. June 30,1913. 23-2- Henderson Route. ?i 'in m 3'l 24-2- .5 M V ' I? . 1 14. t vt . hf.fc... -- . 15ie Breckenridge News 20, 1912 WEDNESDAY, JUNE THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE ADVERTISING pqTjpHBgfaal NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES RUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices Kor fttte nnd District Offices For Oils, per Hue $ 2.50 $ 6.00 f 15.00 10 10 W. For CnrtW, per Hue... For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 f Week. LOCAL BREVITIES 1 OUie day. Try a want ad in The News next Paul Lewis spent Monday ville. .1 Visit Hotel WiKnier, in Louis Pate went to Louisville Satur- Caunniton, the Fourth. Karl Bjhler has returned from Louisville. Ed. Moirlson, of Irvington, was here Friday. Ben H. Miller went to Owensboro SUuidny. Beruurl Morrison spent Sunday in Hartlord. Miss Lorena Mattinglv is visiting in McQuady. Come! i Gar-de- n, Fourth of JulNhcnic Wittmer's Remember a want ad in the News will sell anything. Alt. Roy Beatty is visiting her parents in Fordsvllle. Miss Margaret Skilluian has returned home from Louisville. . Charlie Reynolds is making good as conductor on the "Plug." W. B. Gardner, of Stephensport, was here yesterday on business. R, R. Jones, of Lewisport, went to Bardstown Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Clint Reid and children Were in Louisville Saturday. " The foundation for the new Methodist church at Harned is being laid. James Durham, of Hardinsburg, is visiting his daughter, Mrs H. O. Perkins and two daughters, Ma-rSimons and Margaret Bennie, went to S miley Saturday. TbiMias Hanrfncks and Will Jackson, of StetienspoM, were registered at Ho-t- l Iiury Watterbou Sunday. S i in Bishoff y Mrs. Geo. Christ and Miss Daisy f4 i 38 Ki, p Hiday in Louisville. Mrs Faume Ditto, of Brandenburg, speui Siuoa with Mrs. Duncan. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, is Rny visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payije Fourtli of JuVJ Dinner and Supper at v WiUmer's Ginlk. Canuelton, Iiid, Harrv Weatherholt arrived homefiom ,Cnico FriJay to visit his parents. .Mrs. Aimer uuuucu auu tuiimcu, u Evansville, are visiting relatives here. - Mrs. Geo. Mullen has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Williams at Waitman. Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mrs. Luther Sitterfield were in Louisville last week. Mrs. James King, Irvinaton, is visiting Mrs. F. P. Teaff near Hardinsburg. Mrs. Sallie Gross, of Holt, spent Friday and Satuiday visiting Mrs, Lizzie Geer. Mrs. Henry Pate and daughter, Miss 'Claudia Pate, spent Friday in Louis ville. Miss Lula Savers completes the course of music from Carl Schmidt In Louis vlUe Friday. Chiiht l'ir-rc- e Evelyn Hicks went to Loulivllle jb Thursday to fill several lrlllinery orders. Her friends will be pleased to Chns. llolilt-r- . For Sale .1vw.A lmfio ntlrtmtrtr A J'inior League was organized hero know (hat she had a fine business this rvursAInitlne; Watklns iifttvt Whir. mi Vie in irood re- nru Suudny with Mist Mamie Dellaveu season , News, u uverpon, ny. iiir. Mr, aud Mrs. Luster and four childsuperintendent. For Sale Mrs Croff Pate ami children, of Kirk, ren, Mary, lane, Katie and Ueulah, of MortRniti-- and all kinds yjtl SA Irvington, went to Hnwesville SaturllnpUinrl(li!i N'nwa. of Irirnl blunk. tire visitlnu her mother, Mr, Rills Pate, Ky. bveriort. day to visit their autu, Mis Luira nenr Tar Springs, Robbins. Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and daughFor Sale Pension Certificates who M s. Ella Miller, nee Cnstell, ter, Miss Jane, have returned home PENSION CETIHKICATB At tlio News lives near Hardin school house, Is very )fllce. An exact copy of Ukuo Issued ty from Hardinsburg. tur Tension low with tuberculous. About this time iKife all none. uiilce. Uct ono now iwoio tney John Elder, of Stephensport, E. E. last year she had n son to die of the Greenwood and Leo Elder visited the Waiiled- - i'nunjf Man sauir ilicease. N ws olllce Saturday, A ycXman is to 23 years old Mrs. Danull Dawdeii, of Louisville, WANTFD on tiki farm 'lid nitenl to to worn MtH. Oliver Shellman mid daughter things around the 1iuV. do anvthlnir tlnit Is wedattended the to ho done: Rood sft.iryVllANK ENUMSII, returned to Stephensport Friday after a ding in Catineltou Thursday and war. Sklllman. Ky. visit to MtS. Bowlds. the guest of Mr. and .Mrs CIhs. Light-foOM FOR HOUSE W. M, Glnsscjck, of Axtel, was in here Friday. House with nice ve-Colt SALE-- A Thursday visiting his cousin, jCloverport Mrs Ernest Boyd gave a chain ThursHindu and poixl outbuilding; h well, and Mrs. Bob Glnsscuck. 0 acres day afternoon for the Baptist Lndles station. ofA rooii laud rlKlit at tlio railroad siirlns near hv. A Fourth of JulyVMusic at Wittmer's Missioi my society. She entertained pood pUceforacrocery Ntoroor a blacksmith hlioiyThU urotiertv wnt Itoekvatp, Garden, Cherter Ovjb will have charge delightfully, mid over two dollars colivy. Tor further on or address im at Hock vaV, Ky. of night eutertiiirjuieM. lection wan received. .1. II AUHUEV Mr. and Mrs. Sam Furrow and chil Phil Wittnier, pKfanneltotiwfls here For Sale - Gray Conl Suit spent Sunday in Louisville with her Siturday He hasxft the saloon busipOU5AJE- - Co it Suit, gray woolun Mrs. Milt Smith. mother, ness an op nert aVie hotel there. The VKil: .second handed, hut not worn much ynl worth the price i'i. Sire Wl hust, e pUroimge of Hotl Vttmer hai never George Gregoiy is here from iri J. incni"). write in .cws unice visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. been txcelled by auy other hotel. or Sale -- White Shoes John Gregoiy on the river. This is the way James Horsely, of se hmid hut :or SALE- Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, Jr., who Garfield, put it up to his boys. Slid he r Ifoi'd. hltfhWhite Shoes,sl?e 'ond F'rlce 7fc. hilttoned: "rite 4s NowsOHIce moved to their farm several months "boys you can play baseball on Satur-daago, are getting along fine. hut you must not pltiy on SunMrs. Hofiiuus Behen and daughter, days " and like good, obedient bojs Marion, left Saturday for a short visit they cut it out. in Hnwesville and Owensboro. Jim Kuril at Wehster his given his d filing a new coat of palut imd it Mrs. Lucy Younger and Eudora, teturued home yesterday shows up handsomely. In fact, the ANl painting fever has struck Webster, alter a visit to Mrs. John A. Ro-town has Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sterrett and nearly every house in the been piinted. daughterof Hnwesville weie guests of Mr,'an Mrs. John Jarboe Sunday. HAVE YOU PILES? Mrs. William Boutcher and son, of Kstiaime-- . furbished on Lewispoii, Were guesU of her parents, lhenllem-Rol- d Is What You WnntJ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison, Sunday. new movV or oivSju pairs. A Guaranteed Internal Remedy. Little Miss Louise Henkle, of Giy me a show nu your Eloomfield, is visiting her uncle and jo Uest of refenjnfc.s Here is a physician's remedy, in aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone. inwardly, d tablets taken jJMr. Heusley, brakeman on the that cures all form's" of piles and avoids "Plug," is laid up with a very sore painful operatWns, as well as the comIt attacks the mon odious treatments. arm caused by sticking a nail in it. very causeyoa'J circulation. Mrs. L. B. Perkins and mother, Mrs This rjMfledv is Dr. Leonhardt's Ky. "sold by A. R Fisher, Ryan, spent Monday at the home of HEM-Qpi51 Clpvorfort, Ky., and all druggists. Mr. Wood Weatherholt in Tobiusport. for medicine, and satisfaction Mrs. Ernest Pate spent last week in gdsinteed. Dr. Leonhardt Co., StLouisville visiting relatives, and at- atic B Buffalo, N. Y, Prop. Write turning to Alabama. fof booklet. wedding. tended the Hawkins-CoopDr. Strother, of Owensboro, in with Thos. I. Barger, Frym'ie, was. in his mother aud sister for a few days liardinsburg last week having dental McQUADY thia week. woik done at the office of Dr. Koyalty. C. II. Moorman, of Louisville, was F. M. Burdett, of Thomas, Pa., reThp farmers have nhnut finished set the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. A. turned lat Thursday after a visit to his ilyutrs, the hitler part of lait week, hither, Mr. Gi . Burdett at Mattiugly. ting tobacco. The Lndles of the Baptist church will .miss ma. iurr. oi iiituuisuuiy , visitMr. and Mrs. Carl Lishen nave moved give an ice cream supper Saturday ed Mrs. Abe Bryant last week. here from Louisville and are living June 211. iUiss aviary uur, oi uien uean, with their mother, Mrs. Fannie Touscy. Mrs. J. W. O'Conuer and daughter, came tnis week to be the guest of ner Miss Mary, and son, of Klizabethtown, Mark Parrette has returned home spent several days last week with from college to spend the vacation enMr. and Mrs Percy Shrewsbury E. Strother and Achilles Moorwith his parents, Mr. and Mis. Nace tertained the young folks Wednesday man. night. These present were: Misses Misses Leah Mead Lewis. ir and Maty Ela Mary, Iva and Jo Anna Clark, Nora, nor Scott and Schuyler Martin s.Lent Mrs. Orr Robbins and three children Hallie and Nellie Beatty, Phoebe and returned to their home at Sample Fri Jessie Frank; Messrs Estelle Frank, Sunday at Cusier. Dr. C. B. Witt went to Flaherty day after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Joy Beatty, Koy Ball, Warren Purcell and Guy Day. Games were played and Sarah J. Roberts. all present spent an enjoyable evening. Miss Elanor Scott, of Vine Grove, Maud, Clarence and Waifield Miss Hallie Beatty was at Hardlns called ou Miss Maud Scott Sunday evevisited their burg Friday and Saturday taking the ning. of Mattingly, Mr. and M s. C. D. teacher's examination. Reapers are being put in order to beHambleton Saturday. Mrs. Forest Lyons and little son, gin cutttLg wheat this week. Mrs. Frank English entertained Sun- James Franklin, have returned after a The Infant of Mr. aud Mrs. Herbert of Rough. day Miss Lottie May Marshall and Miss visit at Falls Drake died last weik. Owen Bates went to Clovcrport this Kathrine Egler, two attractive young Mrs. Ben Stith, nee Fannie Haulaweek. way, writes she likes California more girls from.Skillmau. Mrs. Felix Askln and little grandson, and more. Mrs. John Jarboe and Miss Mary Jar- Damon Reardon, of Evansville, spent Mrs. Gus Dowell, of Vine Grove, Mr. Saturday and Sunday with her brother, Monday. boe went to Louisville spent Friday with Mrs. Dick Dowell. Donald-son- , of Bowling Green, was the Mr. Dennie Sherron, of Tarfork. Tom Durbin and Clureuce Brownrigg guest of Miss Jarboe Sunday. A large crowd attended the dance are pushing the building being put up at Dan O'.Connel's Saturday night. by the Masous aud Jack Collins. Mr. Jeff Bjard, proprietor of the Miss Bessie Sherron spent the week Hotel, Owensboro, is in Waco, Texas, visiting his brother, Abuer, who is end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. When baby sutler with eczema or Dennie Sherron at Tarfork. quite ill aud not expected to live. some itching skin Ible ise Doan's Mr. and Mrs. David Duncan i nd Ointment. A littlfci it goes a long way children, Louise and David Henry, reBIG SPRING ana it is sate tor hir iren. auc a box at turned to Brandenburg Sunday after a all stores. visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan. Mrs. Sallie CI irltson, of Brandenburg, Henderson Route Rates. Mr. and Mrs. Charles May, Misses Mr. spent several days with Mesdames F.. Eva and Eliza May were guests of and Mrs. Frank Carter to luncheon Stroteer and Mary Moorman last week. Reduced rates to all Henderson Route Mrs. Gus Kennedy and children left ooints. account of 4th of July. Dates of Sunday at their home Welcome Hall." Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Luster and child- Thursday for St. John for a visit with (sale: July 3 and 4, 1012. Return limit: - July 5, 1012. ren, of Iivlngtou, who have been visit her uucle, Charlie Moorman, before re Miss vi-itl- Leon McGavock, of Alabuns, is the guert of. relatives at the McGavock's country place. Mm, Sauford Gary and children, of her siiter, Mrs. Louisville, are V ing Mr and Mrs, Shelby Pate and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Bishop, have returned home. M&4S5;SfvaK3e44S J77ai73iV7r??2Z?&T 1 Wrv t s. i f t.K-Do- Pdi, nominated you will want to take advantage of the is No matter who Reduction in Oxfords Ladies', Men's, Children's These are broken lots and the cut "makes them go" - Jackson-Dnugher- ty ot SALE-(-RO- 1 nevpr-fallln- c Kreckln-riiliFcoun- ty, f rr 1 Louih-vill- w-- ll a Pair Now 4 s, grand-daught- er, irpeirter i T I AZ . NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ! s. , Coiifcraclor J. iVTrnrirFr M. M. t. M I imih-s- . Kxitminc the Jaw or molar teeth of ynui Xoti? mul sugar-coate- D Hardinsburg, ydas' er the sharp, long and uneven grinding surface and this will readily explain the unlhriftincss of micIi animals. Have the .urface of the teeth made to an even hearing s the food ean be thoroughly masticated and put m a proper condition for digestion. Note the change in the animal's condition in general and you will be convinced of the gieat necessity or this much neglected duty. No money will give larger returns than that .spent in keeping your horse' teeth 'in the proj er condition. 1 am preparcdfo do any kind of stock dentistry. Give me a trial. Teeth Filled lor S1.50 .jF -- eve-iiin- IS A R. FLOYD GILLIATT Hardinsburg, Ky. f "F Mes-dam- ALL ARE BENEFITED younjj man upon iciiij asked wli he did not open a bank account said: "Oh, banks are for rich people "No" .said his adviser, "it is quite the reverse; it is true that the mulis help tilt wealthy man because without them he could not handle his moue but they help the poor man toinake and save his money. His meagre deposits, made while he is at the foot of the ladder, nrcMifc-l- y preserved for hini'Ufter he has shown himself to bo a saer and has establiserTiniself at the bank, they loan him money with which to inaLtfTiiore money. The bank helps the wealthy man take cargjr Ins money, hut it helps the Door man MAKK his." STA AN ACCOUNT WITH THIS HANK. Fri-da- Ham-bleto- grand-parent- s, IE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. Ro-b- y BHHBHMBMHHWBilsii Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, jrandmother, and Aunt Mary, aud then tho quaint pictures of father and mother taken just after tho war money couldn't buy them from you. Are you forgetful of tho fact that future generations would cherish just 8iichs'pictures of you 'I Ar At Cloverudrt this week, and nt IrviiiKtourfuy 4th. SUBSCRIBE NOW .. .FOR THE.... Atlanta Tnnn cl luuuiiim DAILY, SEMI-WEEKL- v- - TO BREEDERS AND SHIPPERS OF SHEEP! Breckinridge county bo accompanied bya certificate Tho Government .requires that. each.1 load ofhcop shipped,i fro -u: -..1 mu nJ.n ,mnn mlinli ihav nm tn Im RiVri. No sheen .....v. w.- -j ... u i.n r r j. statin tho number of sheep, to wnom inoy are w'K bunjycu, county, without a certifatato frlm tho inspect, county from an adjoininjWnty, espially Meade can be brought into this ippers o.heop living in this county and buyinshiep in Meado, or of the coCnty from which tho sheep originate, rn.: - ttonnnnir nnnntin.i. miiHt sVure a ertificato from tho county inspector in thotfunty where tlio tt J? county .WnarebouehUnd mail same to mo before I will s3b artilicato for said sheop to bo loaded in Brejkinridgo l.n i.l.!nnnI fr mnrlrnr.. : n, n..noi?inrido-nnuntv are reouirod Asecuro a certiticato hoforo thoy can soil and ., iovsheop from - " "j m xji niuiiin n v mu nnnntv f.n ftn nrlinininL' county and are hereby warn n to move any sheep without a certificate. anotlK county, sheop nnd farmers should write mo at least twoays' bVore they deire to nhip or move Shin they will bo dipped, where the: faro to bo Lld, over minc thr, ovRfit number of sheop to bo shipped or nfcved, to hm i,or roiirnarl tmv will bo shinned and the date tho for coiicato rfftsnnnrs xvairino- until the dav they expect to ip or failingXslata the number of sheep in api lying ...tn u, - -- iff ,.f ci,irrsiniT nnlnt. until snid roffuirciuents are fulfilled, K- SUNDAY Y AND Largest Circulation South of Baltimore- mui u,. 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Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year I3. 50. $ 4, JFmmm . f-- 1 B secret of their own, for Ira, jooaing at his watch, miirmured sentimentally ' U I i if it r.' 5 Temple, "It's a cinder!" Cloverport Churches turned gcranlum-colo"A cinder! It's at leasht a ton of and dropped a handful of checkers. "I coal." don't know how I can face It." Baptlut Church "I say, old boy, let me have a peek," Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Ira growled llko a lovesick Hon: rfaid Wedgewood, screwing In his mon- Great System Perfected by M. jJLWiti.Su'tfny School. :30 n. . o. K. "Aw, what do you care?" Sip, Ky., writes: "I was .iglitto.it, guiHTlntprnlfHPrnypr Meeting ocle nnd peering into the depths of Soyer, Famous London Chef. A 7 so v, nHSyTKr-"But I was nover married before, Wellington's eye. "I can't seo a bally so sick for 3 or 4 years, nf Horlpty mn'U.MoiKlnvnUprBnrnn.t Sunday, Irn," Anno protested, "nnd on a train, thing." I liad to hire my work A. II. Sklllmim, NOURISHING BEEF DISHES. too." "Of course not, with that blinder Novelized from rr. nchiiiff every Second nnd FourthPresident Sunday. done, most of the time. "Why, all the bridal couples tako to on," growled tho miserable wretch, the Comedy of H, O. Cottrell. Pastor. Hov. By Martha McCulloch Williams. the railroads." I had given up hope. When IheSame Mama weeping in spite of himself and rubI wonder how many careful house"I should think It would bo tho last bing his smarting orb. I began to take Cardul, I place they'd go," said Anne a senslblo ilethodiAt Church "Don't rub that eye," Ashton coun- mothers know stuffed roast beef? To By ILLUSTRATED mako It get two flank steaks of generknew, right away, it was woman, Anne! "Look nt the Mnllorlcs selled, "rub the other cyo." Methodic Sunday School. D:30a. Irn 1. Trom Pbolatraphs of Rapert Helieii, Superintendent. Weaclilnir everv how miserable they are." the Pliy helping me. Now, I am Produced "It's my ee; I'll rub It If I want to. ous size, sew them together with clean ?unln y nt il a. m. nnd 7:30 p. rn. Frank Lewis By Henry W. Strati strong cotton and Btuff bag thus "I thought they were happy," said Get mo n doctor, somebody. I'm better than ever before in formed In any way you llko. Tlo up Ira, whose great virtue it was to pay dying." my life, and Cardui did Butter them well over tho nlRht each month. MM .Mnrfmrito llttlo heed to what was nono of his "Hero's Doctor Temple," said Ash- the steaks. Slip Ooprlght, nil. by II. K. nr Oo. cutsldo. into a well butterod ITtsldent LndleV Aid "flrst business ton, "right on the Job." Wellington Monday each month Mm. Ki.rr'it meet CHAPTER XX. E 64 "Oh, Ira," cried Anne, "I hope wo turned to the old clergyman with pa- paper bag plenty largo enough to hold President. Ladles' Mlwlonary Society "Sti every month, .Mrs Vltail shan't begin to quarrel as soon as wo thetic trust, and the deceiver writhed them, add a tablespoonful of water, Second Sun.lay Foiled Again. 'V,00,'.11 cl,olr Practice Friday In n hot oven threo minutes, then J.W'VSs are married." In his disguise. The best ho could cook nUIitJsM, A.H. Mu:ray. Ulructor. Mallory tucked Marjorie under his Take turn off tho heat more than half and "As If anybody could quarrel with think of was: "Will somebody lend arm and Marjorlo tucked Snoozleums cook for forty minutes more. Very you, Anne," ho said. me a lead pencil?" tinder hers, and they did a sort of Presbyterian Church heavy steaks may tako longer, and "Do you think I'll bo so monotonous "What for?" said Wellington, race down ,the platform. light ones n shorter time. Sliced t)i5 n. m os that?" she retorted. Tho porter was pale bluo with exciteonions laid around tho steak will flavor Conrnrt Sip!, Superintendent. Preachm Her spunk delighted him beyond "I nm going to roll your upper lid tho meat and the gravy. This dish fvery Third Sunday, He. Adair. Minister. ment, and It was with tho last gasp of i 1 Wyr T.011' TuV ,,iy- - ' '30 J., m. Ladles' words. Ho whispered: "Anno, you're up on it," said the Doctor. "breath In all three bodies that they Society meets Wednesday after Third . ... nas neipea inous- - rc eo can bo left standing In tho bag quite "Oh, no, you're not," said tho pa- a while Bweet if I don't get a aruui P.Myvl'ry mcnt1'' un C''.Sfttterfied scrambled up tho steps of the only after cooking. Heating it up chance to kiss you, I'll bust." open vestibule. tient. "You can roll your own lids!" makes It as good as ever. ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut "Why, Ira we're on the train." Then the condu6tor, still another portor was mad enough to glvo Tho Take four pounds of round beef tho SE$ women, back to health. Catholic Church "Da darn the train! Who ever conductor, wandered on the scene and them a piece of his mind, and they best cut. Rub over liberally with butIt hns n frrnflf frmir no- First Sunday of each month. Mass.etrmon. heard of a fellow proposing and get asked as If It were not a "were meek enough to tako It without ter or clarified drippings, but do not k ting engaged to a girl and not oven matter: "What's tho matter-pi- ck salt, and put into a bag, which has days lit 10 is n. m On week'dnys .Mnw lit 7iC0 a word of explanation or resentment. pJI tion on the womanly sys kissing her." up a cinder?" tem. It goes to thtf cause And the train sped on Into tho been thickly buttered, along with half 'iXr. CajM'hottcal Instruction for thechlld- "But our engagoment is bo short." "Yes. Perhaps you can get it out," a can of tomatoes or threo largo freBh dnysiu niuruujsnifiwn. p.mm, and M jrwu- 1 ; nt 30 heart of Nebraska, along tho unpoetlc and 2:30 of the trouble. tlThelps, it "Well, I'm not going to marry you the alleged doctor appealed. valley of tho Platte. When lunch-tlmones, peolod and chopped, ono minced I get a kiss." helps quickjyfsurely, safe- - M until The conductor nodded: "Tho best onion, ono small red pepper, came, they ate It together, but Bertie Wants Home News. Perhaps Innocent old Anno really way Is this take hold of tho wink- cloves and six grains of alsplco. threo In gloomy silence. They sat In helped others. Score m ly. it believed this threat. It ers." berth throughout the appallingtho beef lightly on top so as to press k. jWhvVfiot you? It will. brought hor Instantly to terras, though "The what?" mumbled Wellington. tho spices Into it. Cover it with tho ly monotonous afternoon In a stupor ffi Dear Mr. uaoDaire: Enclosed vou fTrft, Get a bottle todayl sho blushed: "But everybody's al"Grab the winkers ( of your upper tomatoes, onion, etc., and lay on them will find order for ono year's of disappointment and helpless dejecj subscrip ways looking." eyolld in your right hand" tion, speaking little and saying notha lump of butter or dripping rolled In tion to tne dear old News that, comes an "Come out on tho observation platgot 'em." "I've ing then. salted flour. Add n tablespoonful of like a letter from home JU--i form." eatti week. "Now grab the winkers of your low- vinegar and water mixed. Whenever tho train stopped, MalSeal bag "Oh, Ira, again?" er eyelid In your left hand. Now tight, nnd cook very slowly for three As ever your friend,'' 'V. Spottsman, lory watched tho passen- cnronlstic nnac. "I dare you." raise the right hand, nush the under hours. A gas jet turned half down 53M East End Ave., Chicago. gers with his keenest eye. He had a Mnllory canvassed tho men and ob "I take you but" seeing that Mrs. lid under the overlid and haul the gives about tho right lne above etter Is fnm Bertie theory that since most people who tnlned a shockingly purple heat Tako shirt from Whltcomb was trying to overhear, sho overlid over Hie underlld; when you tho bag, pour out tho gravy from Spottsman, colored, who In a looked like preachers were decidedly "Wedgewood, who Is gettingmeant to put him at whispered: "Let's pretend it's tho havo tho overlid well over tho saucepan if you want it thickened alone nicely in the big city lay, it might be well to tako a gam his ease, but somehow failed when he scenery." with browned fiour; otherwise, in the blers chance and accost the least said In nnswer to Mallory's thanks: So Ira rose, pushed the checkers Wellington waved him away: "Say, boat. Tho meat will bo very tender 'I here is no real neejl of anyone ministerial person next. "God bless my soul, old top, don't aside, and said In an unusually positying what do you think I'm trying to do? and delicious. So, In his frantic anxiety, he select- you think of thanking me. I ought tc troubled with costidFitin. Chambertive tone: "Ah, Miss Gattle, won't you stuff a mattress? Get out of my way. Yorkshlro pudding docs not abso- lain's Tablets ed a individual who got thank you. You see, tho idiot whe havo a look wUldLdf an agreeable at tho landscape?" want my wife lead mo to my wife." lutely demand cooking underneath a movcrrr nt on at North Platte. He looked so makes my Phlrts, cfjftBweV without any Dy misnade that "An excellent idea," said Dr. Tem- roast. To go with this round roast, "Oh, thank you. Mr. Lathrop," sair much like a rawhlded ranchman that take, and I'd De no end grateful If Aunc, "I ple, who had been praying for a recon- you can mako It thus. Beat two eggs unpleasant efirfct fGive them a trial. Mallory stole up on him and asked you'd Just love scenery." ciliation. separately very light, then add to For sale by All Dealers They wandered rorth like Sleephim to oxcuso him, but did he happen thing jolly well tako Itho loathsome off my hands. mean to say, ing Beauty and her princelythe He guided Wellington with difficulty them alternately a cup of sweet milk , to be a clergyman? Tho man replied awaken-erSues On Mortgages. by asking Mallory if he happened to I shoudn't dream of being seen in it and never dreamed v. hat gigglings to the observation room and, finding and two cups of flour, sifted with half myself. You quite understand, don't Mrs. Wellington at the desk as usual. a teaspoonful salt, and a teaspoonful be a and nudgings and wise maverick, and embel- you?" lished his question with a copious flow went on back of them. Mrs. Wellington he began: "Oh, Mrs. Wellington, mny baking powder. Mix .smoothly, pour Suit has been filed in the circuit Ashton contributed a maroon atro- laughed loudest of all at the lovers I Introduce you to your husband" Into a very well greased bag, seal, al of the words ministers use, but with city In hosiery, with equal tact: Mrs. Wellington rose haughtily, lowing room tor rising, lay flat on a court by .Mrs. Eliza 1.. Webb and Court- a secular arrangement of them. In whoso heads had grown gray while "If they lit you, keep 'em. I got their hearts were still so green. land Haynes against Mrs. Louise caught a sight of her suffering consort wire mat and cook for twenty-flvfact he split oije word in two to insert stjng on that batch of socks. That and ran to him with a cry of "Jim- minutes In a fairly hot oven. Adair and Pope McAdams as execu a curse. All that MalIt was shortly after this that tho Meat roll Is a good end for cold lean tors of the estate of I. C. Adair and lory could do was to admit that he pair was originally lavender, but they Wellingtons themselves camo Into mle!" roast beef. MInco or grind It fine, sea- Mrs. Mary C. Adair for the foreclos"Lucretla!" was a and washed like that. Keep 'em. I wouldn't prominence In the train life. be found dead in 'em." "What's happened are you killed?" son with salt, pepper, tiny bits of but ure of mortgages that back away. As the train approached Green they hold against Tho mysterious Fosdick, who lived River, and its "I'm far from well. But don't wor- ter, a llttlo lemon julco and a pinch of 1 After that, if a vicar in full unistream, a lonely life in the Observation car the engineer began to set the air- ry. My life insurance is paid up." powdered herbs. Roll out puff paste two tracts of land, one of 19 acres and form had marched down the aisle "Oh, my poor little darling," Mrs. to less than a quarter Inch thickness. the other of 100 acres, near town. One and slept in the other sleeper, lent brakes for the stop. Jimmle Wellingheading a procession of Mallory a pair of pyjamas evidently ton, boozlly Jimmie fluttered, "What on earth alls Make it In long strips. Spread tho is the Dr. Holmes place and the other Mallory would have suspected him. He in the smokfaho turned to the doctor. "Is meat thinly upon them, roll up, pinch Is the Geo. Bruner place, both on the vowed in his hasto that Marjorie Intended for a bridegroom of romantic ing room, wanted to know what the yourthe ends together tight, put In a but- hill. Mrs. "Webb's notes are for 1,250 might die an old maid before he would dispusltion. Mallory blushed as he ac- name of the station was. Everybody he going to die?" "I think not," said the doctor. "It's tered bag with a little stock or water with two years Interest past due, and approach anybody else on that sub- cepted them and when he found him is always eager to oblige a drunken or left over gravy, also a small lump Mr. Haynes1 note is self In them, he whisked out the light, man, so Ashton and Fosdick tried to only a bad case of ject. for with sevof butter, seal and cook till tho pastry he was so ashamed of himself. get a window open to look out. eral credits. The notes were given by Nebraska would have been a nice Is brown the tlmo depending someThus reassured, Mrs. Wellington Once more the whole car gaped at long state for a honeymoon, but its The flist one they labored at, they I. C. Adair and wife and the title was went into the patient's eye with her what on the size and number of tho four hundred-odmiles were a dreary the unheard of behavior of Its newly could not budge after a biceps-breain them. Last April J. S. Adtir made rolls. length for tho couple so near and yet wtdded pair. The poor porter had ing tug. The second flew up with such handkerchief. "Is that tho eye?" sho (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated a deed to the property to his wife, been hungry for a bridal couple, but ease that they went over backward. asked. so far. Tho railroad clinging to the Mary C. Adair, claiming it under a Literary Press.) "No!" he howled, "tho other one." meandering Platte made the way far as he went about gathering up tho Ashton put his head out and an will of the late I. C. Adair, who was Sho went into that and came out footwear of his large family nounced that the approaching depot longer, and Mallory and Marjorie left cast-of- f A PAPER BAG DINNER. a brother, and it is because of this atlike Pyramus and Thisbe wandering and found Mallory's shoes at number was labelled "Green River." Welling- with the cinder. "There! It's Just a tiny speck." tempted transfer that Mary C. Adair along an eternal wall, through which three and Marjorle's tiny boots at ton buibled: "What a beautiful name Wellington regarded the mote with By Nicolas Sgyer, Chef of Brooks' is made a defendant. they could see, but not reach, one number five, he shook his head and for a shtation." J. D. Kelly is Club, London. groaned. another. Ashton announced that there was amazement. "Is that all? It felt as if Duckling with Turnips: Thoroughly representing the plaintiffs. Clarion. "Times has suttalnly changed for something bcautifuller still on tho I had Pike's Peak in my eye." Then butter a paper bag, place the duckling They dined together as dolefully as If they had been married for forty the wuss. If this Is a bridal couple, platform "Oh. a peach a nectarine! he waxed tender. "Oh, Lucretia, how inside, cut a few slices of carrot and can I ever " years. Then the slow twilight soaked gimmo divorcees." and she's getting on this train." But she drew away with a disdain- turnip into fancy shapes, cut up a Even Doctor Temple declared that them In Its melancholy. The porter few blanched spring onions, and add CHAPTER XXI. she was a dear Htto thing, wasn't ful: "Give me back my hand, please." a bouquet garni. Pour In three iignietl up the car, and the angels "Now, Lucretla," he protested, llghed up the stars, but nothing lightshe? of tomato sauco and a . m . Matrimony to and Fro. ed up their hopes. Wellington pushed him aside, say- "don't you think you're carrying this wineglassful of Madeira. Season with pretty far?" And the next morning they were In ing: "We've got to quarrel again, my be"Stand back Doc, and let me "Only as far as Reno," she answered salt and pepper according to taste. Dr. .Off en's Office. Main Street loved," Mallory groaned to Marjorie. Wyoming well toward the center of see; I have a keen sense of beau'ful." minCook for forty-flvto s: 8 to 12 a. m. J to 5 p. m. that State. They had left behind the Somehow they were too dreary even "Be careful," cried the doctor. grimly, which stung him to retort: utes, according to tho size of tho bird. to nag one another with an outburst tame levels and tho truly rural towns "he'll fall out of the window." "You'd better take the beam out ot Cloverport. Ky. Chicken a la Relne: Tako a fowl for the benefit of tho eager-eyepas- and they were among foothills and "Not out of that window," Ashton your own eye, now that you've taken trussed as for boiling, and rub it well mountains, passing cities of wildly sagely observed, seeing the bulk of the cinder out of mine," but she, not- over with a split onion. Placo it In sengers. A little excitement bestirred them picturesque repute, like Cheyenne, and Wellington. As the train staited off ing that they were the center of inter a bag and add to it a gill as they realized that they were con- Laramie, Bowie, and Medlclno Bow, again, Little JImmie distributed alco- est, observed: "All tho passengers are of good stock. Add also a sprig of and Bitter Creek, whose very names holic smiles to the Green RIverers on enjoying this, my dear. You'd better parsley, a bay leaf, a sprig of sweet fronted with another go back to the cafe." night and a morrow without change of Imply literature and war whoops, cow- the platform and called out: y efmanent.. herbs, and, if obtainable, two or boy yelps, barking revolvers, another gear. Wellington regarded her with a re- threo spring onions, all tied together. "Good'bye, ever'body. You're all "What a pity that we left our things redskin biting the dust, cattle stam- abslootly ow owl" Ho clapped his vulsion to wrath. He thundered at Take four ounces of rice humorous hand to his eye and crawled back into her: "I will go back, but allow me to and add it to tho fowl. Placo tho in the taxlcab," Marjorie sighed. And pedes, Inform you, my dear madam, that I'll bag on the broiler, simmer very slow-- urvingtoii, this tlmo she said, "we left them," in- ljnchlngs and bronchos In epileptic the car, groaning with pain. Kentucky stead of "you left them." It was very frenzy. "What's the matter?" said Wedge-woo- not drink another drop just to sur- ly in a moderate oven until tho fowl gracious of her, but Mallory did not prise you." But the talk of this train was conis qooked, th on dish up tho fowl on "Got something In. your eye?" acknowledge tho courtesy. Instead he cerned with none of these wouders, Mrs. Wellington shrugged her shoul- a hot dish, removo tho herbs and cznoizz) OCZHOEZD gavo a start and a gasp: which the novelists and tho maga-zinlders at this ancient threat and Jimmlo empty tho rlco Into a fresh bag. Add to It a tablespoonful of stock, a gill perhaps a trifle overpub-lishe"Good Lord, Marjorie, wo never havo stumbled back to his lair, whither tho paid tho second taxlcab!" of cream, a llttlo grated lemon peel, The talk of this train was conBALL & MILLER Of course you use an antiseptic in your men followed him. Feeling sympathy "Great heavons, how shall wo ever cerned with the eighth wonder of the family and In the care of your own per- In the atmosphere, Llttlo Jlmmio felt a dust of nutmeg, and pepper and salt pay him? He's been waiting there world, n Mix thoroughly, add tho to tasto. Impelled to pour out his grief: bridal couple. son, and you want tho best. twenty-fou- r yolk ot an egg, mako hot Mrs. Wbitcomb was eager enough to "Jellmen, I'm a hours. How much do you Instead of whut you havo been using" Livery, Feed and Sae voice the sentiment of the whole pop- such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or man. Mrs. Well'n'ton Is a queen again on tho broiler and serve at one. Bupposo wo owo him?" Turkey and fillet of veal aro both o "About a year of my pay, I guess." ulace, when she looked up from her peroxide, won't you please try I'axtine, among women, but she has temper of ilabe excellent cooked after this recipe. "You must send him a telegram of novel In the observation room and, a concentrated antiseptic powder to bo tarant " Lima Beans: Take a quart of Lima Wedgewood broke In: "I say, old apology and nsk him to read IiIe nudging Mrs. Temple, drawled: "By dissolved in water as needed. l'axtino is more economical, more boy, you've meter. Ho was such a nice man the the way, my dear, has that bridal cleansing-- , more germicidal usM Is all Trains carried this ballast for beans, add two ounces of butter, four nnd more couple mado up Its second night's healing than anything you ever used. kindest eyes for a chauffeur." three days now, wherever did you get ounces of diced ham, a llttlo sugar and salt, a teaspoonful of flour and "But how can I telegraph him? 1 quarrel yet?" It?" : Ky. Put In a Wellington drew himself up proud- sweet herbs to tasto. don't know his name, or his number, "Tho Mallorys?" Mrs. Temple or his company, or anything." ly for a moment before he slumped greased bag with half a pint of water pilcnoizzall Qofo1lczioc51fqj flushed as sho answered, mercifully. "It's too bad. He'll go through life "Oh, yes, they were very friendly back Into himself. "Well, you see, and cook for sixty minutes in a modhating us and thinking wo cheated again this morning." when I announced to a few friends erate oven. ANTISEPTIC Spinach: Pick over and thoroughOVER 65 YEARS' him." that I was about to leave Mrs. WelMrs. Whltcomb's countenance was EXPERIENCE "Well, ho doesn't know onr names cynical: "My dear, I've been married In the toilet to cleanse and whiten l'n'ton forever and that I was going ly wash two pounds of spinach, leavo tho vegetablo as wet as you can, and either." twlco und 1 ought to know something the teeth, remove tartar anil prevent out to to you know.' put It in a bag. Add a pinch of sugar And then they forgot him temporari- about honeymoons, but tills honeyless decay. To disinfect tho mouth, debtroy "Reno. We know. Well?" ly for tho more Immodlato" need ol honeymoon" sho cast up her eyes dlseuso germs, and purify tho breath. "Well, a crowd of my friends got up and a litlo salt. Seal tho bag and To keep artificial teeth and bridgework a farewell sort of divorce breakfast cook for thlrty-flvminutes. Then clothes. All the passongers knew that und her hands In despair. clean and odorless. To remove nicotine and somo of 'em felt so very Bad stand tho broiler bearing tho bag over they had lef$rbohind what baggage about Tho women wore bo concerned about from tho teeth nnd purify the breath a largo plate, and prick tho bottom they had not sont ahead, and much Mr. and "Mrs." Mallory, they Trade Marks that they after smoking, To eradicate porsolra-tio-n my divorce thatrest drank a llttlo too of tho bag in such a way as to allow sympathy had boen oxprcssod. Hut hardly noticed the Desiqnb much, and the of my friends felt odors by sponge bathing. uncomfortablo Copyrights fcc all' tho water to run out. mostneoplo would rather glvo you plight of tho Wellingtons, or tho curiso very glad about- my divorce, that As n medicinal agent for local Anrone londlng a aketcb and description mar Fruit 'Salad; Tako four peeled and pulckir ascortalii our opinion free whether au iuvtr uymjKuny man jenu you their ous bohavlor of tho lady from tho treatment of feminine ills where pelvic they drank a llttlo too much. And, of invention it proDablf natwilnhle. Commcnlca. thinly sliced bananas, half a pound of clothes. JMallory did not mind the stateroom who catarrh, Inflammation and ulceration course, I had to join both parties." ie.iit froo. Oldatt auenaf fur aeourlnir Datauti. men, but ifarjorio dreaded tho worn soraothing and seemed to'bo afrultl of exist, nothiug equals hot douches of "And that breakfast," said Ashton, well washed and dried Hamburg l'utenta tAlctm ttjLKHiK h llutm x Co. mlT never spoko to any- Paxtine. For tcp'years grapes, ditto strawberries, an apple, rpcciM notice, it$Jfblcl arne, iu ins tho Lydla K. "lasted till tho train started, eh?" en. Shwjisiafrjad of all of them but body. The strange bohavlor of Anno Pinkham V . litis been regularly Wellington glowered back triumph- and two largo oranges. Pinch each airs Temple?! SCJOliWiC JTlttericatt. Oattlo and Ira Lathrop even escaped Hull tho strawber Sho threw hgr'iolf on tho little lady's much comment, though they were for- advising thelajfatients to uso it because antly. "Lasted till the train starcd7 grape slightly. A handge!r llltntrated weeklr. Tjrimt air. of its extraordinary cleansing, healing ries, peel and sllco the apple and ormercy and wasfiWced to help herself ever being stumbled on culutlnjFi: Mir clwitltlotJAlJournal, Terms, 11 a ran I.b.ii when anybody and germjJIdal power. For this pur- Jellmen, that breakfast is going yet!" anges very thinly. Mix all well to'"-i"- ' 4F.n siniinin "1MI II lV4 WTHII nVVHIOIUAPa. Sho borrowed, 'asllghtgowu of extraor- - went out to tho observation platform. pose aloJf Paxtine Is worth Its weight gether In a deep bowl. Pour over a To bo Continued i vdlnary simplicity, a shift waist ot an When they were dislodged from there, In goldlr Also for nasal catarrh, sore LMl oeb Offlo. V St., Waihlimton. I). 1 small bottle of raspberry syrup and ancient mode, and a number ofctipWr thoy sat playing checkers and talking throajjnnnamed eyes, cuts and wound. a tablespoonful of brandy. Mix well. All dfusrgists, 6 and SO oouts a box. wings. M eyes hi one an uut Louisville ,8bMLg S fast Leave oa ice till "needed, nL tj 41. ho and testimony of 81 Louisville Evening Polaii. mere nan oeen anyone and BrftekttRnQJg other and sighing like furnace. MW8 (Copyright, 1911, by th Iturgle ft WfrnUu free on rMiuut. nd Brcknridge News' S4ta , the would, have made a most aaavw 13, 50, had evidently eeaeoeted some TMK PAXTONTOILCTOO..BMN.Ifc.M oh Thar WaHoa Compaay.) " EXCUSE to Anno: ME! It Helps! Annie." "No, you blamed fool. Tm trying to look through my thumb." "Only a few hours more, "Poor fellow!" sympathized Doctor r And Anno PAPER BAG COOKING CHURCH DIRECTORY V fttty m M if three-legge- d The Woman's Tonic t.. .... -- Ti d world-Importa- . C " o i Mar-Jorio- 's os 1 blood-curdlin- g i - horsey-lookin- g 1 flea-bitte- n head-noddin- g o double-barrelle- d flea-bitte- n what-he-sal- copper-basine- d choir-boy- half-awak- e - 'j clnder-In-the-eye-tls- d k ;J ! DR. H. J. BOONE m Permanent mis i o flfty-flv- o d well-grease- d Dr.W.B.TAYLOR nlght-robeles- s well-cooke- d town-painting- yo entist i d. st d. For Women Who Care semi-detache- d brok'n-heartles- s well-beate- n 2 isi ardinsburg, mm o jjrmjra . - Med-Xo- 5r rUC0.a6i,New d i- uwiw -I ' "u' Tft W $3.50 $3.50 onyrJ.j0. . results aCcompllsUea oy Air. uiuncn. lie spoke for an unconscionably long time, and. at last In response to repeated demands to "name your man" he sprung on tho astonished audlenco the name of Robert Marlon La Up leaped the Wisconsin 2C and, assisted by a few scattered knots of shouters, they managed to make a tremendous amount of nolso for so fow people But then tho young woman In tho gallery helped immensely. Continued from l'uio Taft Flaunted In His Face. oflBe or tne colonels delegates. Ana During Mr. Olhrlch's speech two te the tooting of "steam roller" men made their way along the girdyhistles and the Jeering laughter of ers of the roof and lot down a banner Ue Roosevelt monf would como thn with Taft's picture upon it, bo that Airman's high pitched "The ayes tho worthy president was staring tho young orator in tho face. Tho entiro twem to have It; the ayes havb It." Even Senator Root Smiled. gathering resented this discourtesy 'Even Senator Root himself could loudly, but Chairman Root didn't mind gitet always keep a straight face as nearly so much as he did tho action of .. k'it.1. wuiu on. unco a coiorcu some Roosevelt men who, earlier In jj.io piln-i;north Relegate from Mississippi rose to n the day, Hung from thoopinion gallery of tho PMlnt of ., order assorting that thn a placard reciting his i.4", Penrose machlno In Pennsylvania. rueaui runer was exceeding mo speed Tho latter manifesto was quickly refllmlt. of order sustained," said the moved by virtuously Indignant police"Point qhalr, "but I will explain that wo aro men. Incidentally, Mr. La Folletto took an g Moving swiftly In the hopo of awful chance Saturday afternoon. Ho homo for Sunday." As tho rest of tho show was llttlo sent to Chicago and had read to the bul a formality, the crowd was convention a statement to tho effect nighty glad to receive this assur- - that he did not approve tho platform, ;urnce of an early adjournment. But and if ho were nominated for presi'M the thousands of spectators stuck dent, ho would not bind himself to jnanfully and womanfully through mako tho race standing upon all the planks tho commltteo. Mho long nominating speeches and tho But Mr. selected by was not nominatLa Folletto uNballotlnir on thn lipnd nt tho tlo.Wot. For the spectators there was always ed. Thursday nnd Friday were not very v the hopo of somo exciting or spectacuinteresting days in tho convention lar Incident. 7Jnw nnrl Minn nrnnntVilnt m, really did happen, and every ono hall. On thoso days the work was beCrjumped to his feet, as when a tiro ing dono in committee rooms and hotel conferences. Each night somo radDursis in an auiomoDiie race. ical plan would be fixed up and tho "Riot and Bloodshed." next day it would bo abandoned. Once thero was a sudden commoIn tho back of the section where First It was a bolt of all tho Roosetion rtho delegates wore seated. All hopped velt delegates. Then It was a double up and howled, without knowing what convention. And again it was a polThere was all about Then a police lie- icy of silent came past tho press seats and was no bolt; thero was only one utenant there was nothing that even reiacK jounson 01 worm announced: Dakota hit a Mississippi delegate in motely resembled silence except the by 'tVermont." A few minutes later thero refusal to vote on. the final ballots onnonrnrl In tho hnll n nmvfl Klinnr nn. the colonel's stanchest adherents. Rosewater Prompt, But jfnounclng in big headlines: "Riot in Victor Rosewater, who as chairman G. O. P. Bloodshed." gf Another (bit of excitement came of tho national committee called tho was only three when tho Massachusetts delegation convention to order, was being polled. Tho 18 Roosevelt delegates refused to vote, and Chairman Root ruled that their alternates should be called. This raised a fine Fst,row and Mr. Root received all that fosomes to an unpopular umpire In a Jb'all game, except tho pop bottles. He stuck to his decision, as every t&'umpire must do, and the row grad- fually subsided. ' Putting Them In Nomination. Having given up the fight, Colonel Roosevelt was not put in nomination. ,But Ohio responded nobly for President Taf,t with an eloquent speech ,by Warren O. Harding of Marlon. 0Mr. Harding Is a large man with a yarge voice, and he kept the crowd cheering by safe references to the Grand Old Party and Its achievements. Several times he drifted Into eulogistic passages concerning Mr. Taft, but the Roosevelt army didn't like these and made Its dislike known so noisily that Chairman Root had to make one of his rapid advances to ORYOFTHE Fol-lett- o. 1 A b .... got-tln- Jt con-tlo- n; jumped ' tieinio- - aim, nms minutes, explained that tho Wisconsin delegation In caucus had split on the question, but that he, as an Individual La Follette delegate, had presented McGovern's name. "But," shouted Cochems, squaring his Jaw, "I dare any progressive delegate from Wisconsin to vote for Root." And ho made good, for when tho ballot was taken thirteen Badgers voted for tho governor and tne otner tnirtccn spin up their votes among North Dakota men nnd Mr, Houser Howls for Heney. For stirring up a tempest, Francis J. Honey was unequalled by any other mnn In the convention. He fought hnrd against the seating of the two Tnft delegates from the Fourth district of California, and was howled at by the Taftlto galleries. He bobbed up on vnrlous other occasions, notably In a long speech seconding the nomination of McGovern, and was howled, at again nnd again. But always Mr. Honey merely grinned nnd held his ground, nnd wnlted for tho tempest to subside. Ho took some very vicious pokes at his adversaries in tho Taft ranks, likening A. E. Stevenson of Colorndo to Abo Ruef, whom he helped to send to the penitentlnry, nnd spenking rather unkindly of Senator Boles Penrose and other "bosses." Moro hoots nnd Jeers. Flnnlly Sergennt-at-ArmStone announced, on behalf of Chairman that thoso who treated tho spenker with disrespect would bo put out of tho building. Considering all tho things Mr. Heney said to nnd about Mr. Rosewater and his faction of tho natlonnl committee in the preliminaries to tho convention, this was taken rather kindly of tho llttlo man from Omaha. Police Intermittently Active. Chicago supplied a small army of policemen to assist In keeping order nnd handling tho crowd, and they did their duty nobly, by fits nnd starts. Despite all precautions, tho doorkeepers let in hordes of their friends, who blocked up tho aisles. At Intervals some commanding ofllccr would open his eyes, nnd thero would bo a sudden clearing out of tho pnssago ways, accompanied by violent pushlngs and indignant protests. Somo of these Intruders woro fnko badges, which up Klvon two s Rose-water, t icrved until a suddenly efficient policeman discovered the trick and uslied the offenders to tho door with a mighty roar. Of all tho nuisances with which the police hnd to contend, the assistant 3ergeants-at-armwere tho worst. With nothing much to do, and nowhere to sit, these hangers on, numbering many hundreds, were In everyone's way. Sometimes the exaspora-.e"cops" hustled them like ordinary citizens, to tho delight of -- nna to me speaKers stand. 5Iio was boosted onto the platform, and, with the stnndnrds grouped In front of her, led the Roosevelt forces In a redoubled demonstration. Finally the patience of Chairman Root and Sergeant nt Arms Stone was exhausted, and tho police were told to escort Mrs. Davis away with orders to resume her seat or leave tho hall. She chose tho former alternative. Colonel Roosevelt Pleased. During all this uproar thero wero constant rumors that tho demonstraby the tion had been Roosovelt men, and that tho colonel himself wns on his way to the Coll seum. Tho latter part of this certainly wns not true, for Colonel Roosevelt Bat In his hotel room receiving bullet-In- s on tho proceedings. When he heard that thero was something In the nature of n stampede for Hadley, he said: "I am glad of it." Senator Depow looked on with groat Interest, nnd said ho believed the demonstration was, entirely spontaneous, and that It looked as though Hadley would bo a third candidate. Tho uproar lasted in all nearly an hour, and was decidedly diverting, but did not accomplish anything. For when It came to a rpll call, the Taft forces .tabled Deneen'B motion with a voto of 5C4 to 510, thus showing an increased strength over the vote on temporary chairman of six votes. The entire delegation from Hawaii had shifted back to the Taft side. More Threats of Ejection. "Fighting Bill" Fllnn again ran foul of Chairman Root and again tho senator threatened to have him ejected from tho hall If he did not show proper respect for the speakers. Fllnn subsided with evident reluctance. While Thomas II. Devlne of Colorado was arguing against tho Deneen motion, W. H. Featherstono of tho Texas delegation kept yelling at him. This nroused the Iro of Senator Root. He walked to tho front of Hie stage again. "Gentlemen of tho convention," said ho, "I don't know whether you want to henr what Is said on this serious subject, but I want to say to you (pointing to Featherstono) that, delegate or no delegate, If you don't preserve order the sergeant at arms will bo directed to put you out." Root was loudly applauded. Feather- - Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to mnkc money is to buy land in Hreekenridgo county. Western land hin had it dny. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for pood crops, for good living, for good people, antl good, long life. Breckinridge county has better and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and the Ohio river. The people arc prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in tho last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap another CO per cent. Get in now while the start h cheap. 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Price $3,000 1,000 J acres, Smiles from Ouston, 3 mnes from irvlngton; weli watered; lays Weil; good young orchard; good timber ; on rural route ; school house few yards fro-house: Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two good btrns; birn and teucnt house and cistern back In the Held; meat and hen house; wood shed; will sellon easy payments; plenty of sen ll fruit. Further particulars address Jno. D. Itabbage, Oloverport, Ky. v. S3 VO,OVy corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwelling, 'i rooms and side roomi food stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses, of good timber for farm purposes; good land to clear. Price .1,000 M cash. s7 nOfl vi""" Glendeano, r.itlro.id;. land; tion; acres grass; 100 50 ,or ill fresh In iicres four ralleslwestof 3 miles from branch 100 acres In cultivawill produce the best s The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. d seat-holder- A y .c EJvy f ' t 1 n tr .". i IV 4$ gspsp Congress Hotel. minutes late In pounding out with his javel the announcement that the show was about to begin. Tho Omaha man looked pitifully small and weak, "and :ould not make himself heard ten feet iwny from tho platform. For fifteen minutes coufuslon reigned, and tho :halrman was unable to quell It. A .Ittle later, when the Roosevelt adherents were making their first fight by seeking to substitute their own temporary roll for that prepared by the national committee, Mr. Rosewater piped feebly until somo one shouted, 'Speak up, llttlo boy." Then he succumbed to the roar of laughter and lot a clerk read his rulings. It was no easy Job keeping tho grent crowd in order, for while tho delegates themselves were mostly grim and tense, apparently imbued with the Idea that they were "making history," there wero numerous skillfully placed claques In the galleries which interrupted the speakers at frequent InterBoomers In Wild Demonstration for Hadley. Hadley was the man of the second lay's session Hadley of Missouri. Ho aad stepped forward to speak In support of Governor Denecn's motion .vhlch was designed to prevent the 7S :ontested delegates voting on their Dwn cases, but before he could utter a ;vord pandemonium broke loose. In a noment every Roosevelt delegate was m his feet shouting "Hadley, Hadley," and even the Taft cohorts could not jeep their seats. Then the enthusiasts oegan to pull up their state standards nnd march with tkem, while the galleries leaped to their feet, waving hats 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 lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH HMV Marching Through the Aisles. itone Insisted ho was merely trying to :orrect misstatements. The second day did not get the convention much farther on its way to Tho lomlnations and adjournment. Ightlng was continued, but the results .vero not such as to really Inspire eith-stho Taft or the Roosovelt forces Alth renewed hope of ultimate victory. Women Delegates Cheered. California's two woman delegates Mrs. Florence C. Porter of Los and Mrs. Isabella W. Blaney of Saratoga cast tho first national convention votes ever given to members of their sex by any great political party They went with the progressives, voting for McGovern, and as each rose to her feet to announce her choice she wns chered by the delegates and the audience. Mrs. Porter was the first to vote. She spoke out loudly, and her voice could bo heard distinctly on tho rostrum. Mrs. Blaney's answer was not so distinct, when her name was called, but tho clerks managed to catch McGovern's name. Tho cheering for the two women was npt confined to any ono section of the great hall. Tho McGovern men yelled tho loudest, perhaps, because It was their candldato who got the women's votes, but tho Taft people cheered also, out of courtesy, apparently. As for the audience, It was tho novelty of tho thing that won tholr enthusiasm. "I did not mind it at all," said Mrs. Porter. "In fact, I enjoyed tho experience. I was tho first woman who had ever done anything of the sort, and when I got up I felt a good deal liko a Joan of Arc. I was making history for tho women of America, though in a slightly different way than Joan made It for France." , "0." Bald Mrs, Blaney, "I Just that's all. Really, I can't recall how the experience affected me." Fllnn Threatened With Ejection. Just aftor the voto on tho temporary chairmanship had been announced and Senator Root had taken tho gavel the convention hall witnessed a disturbance. It was endod only after Stone had sent word to William Fllnn and the members of the Pennsylvania delegation that unless they ceased "Insulting the chairman" he would have them ejected from the hall. Root bad Just begun his speech with the phrase, "Bellve that I appreciate r vot-ed- THE KENTUCKY of writers nnd contributors FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of any farm journal in the South. I It will convey II to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and econciTi teal standpoint. FOH A LIMITED TIME The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND will be sent to Prompt puy'insr nnd New Subscribers, both An-?ele- 3 In rcnewinaf State whether you want The Kentucky Farmer e Year, $1 he Breckcnridge News Cloverport, Ky. arid the spectators began to crowd out. Mr. Root, (.cowling, resumed his place at the table. Senator Root's voice could not bo heard half way down the hall. As the sonator sat there "Dili" Fllnn, with a cigar stub In the corner of his mouth and his straw hat Jam med down on his head, climbed over the stage railing. He stopped up to Senator Root, shook hands, and con ferred with him for several minutes, leaving just as Root resumed speaking. When Mr. Root resumed the entire rear part of tho floor and gallery empty and thoso who remained to ZSend Subscriptions To vals. Outside the Coliseum. the front with cutting rebuko for tho discourtesy shown tho speaker. Coming all the way from Europo to second the nomination of his friend, Mr. Taft, John Wanamaker lelivered an address that doubtless vim very excellent. But only those Jose to him could hear his words. rHe may by a fine merchant but he's ao speakesf said Policeman Rafferty. "Why dldh't he stay in Europo?" There was consiaeraoio surprise at km slle'lce of Iowa, in iltow of the Eppeful jalk of the Cummins shouters lore ,ne last session, nut wiscon- mule up for this loss by sending sham B. Olbrlch, the boy orator of dlg(n. to the nlatform. Mr. Olbrlch ve 7 entered an oratorical contest ttthlkt emerging with the first prize, ad 'fat the Coliseum he endeavored o Vive up to this reputation. With if ety voice and gesture, he told thegates all aoout tne tatf ana sowtrying tight which liweoa made progressive polIcItVin govern- it by a son of theBadger state. called forth the repeated applause the "Wisconsin and North Dakota gates and the shrill screams of roval of a young woman In the gallery who continually pounded bald toad of a geatlanaa la front r with a mall f& But that to ba.Uu fcdUmmn ot Ux respectful attention and often hearty applause, for oven his political enemies couldn't think up weak spots in bis record with which to taunt him. "Bill" Fllnn, another Roosovelt fighter, was not so fortunate, but he seemed to like tho storm that raged about him and did not glvo an Inch until squelched by the gavel. Senator Bradley of Kentucky, too, came in for a share of "boos" and hisses and was stirred to rago by many allusions to the fact that he had voted In favor of Lorlmer, "Heinle" Cochems In Action. The llttlo flurry in tho Wisconsin delegation, caused by Mr. Housor's that tho delegation would not support Governor McGovorn for temporary chairman, gavo "Heinle" Cochems a chance to show somo of tho spirit which used to take him through an opposing football eleven. Cochems bad placed McGovern In nomination, and all had gone swimmingly until Houser got up and protested that La tfSllette'would not enter Into any combination with any other candidate, and therefore the Wisconsin delegates should not support the Badger vovaraor, who was the eholce of the Hadley Commands Respect. One man thero was who was not subject to ribald Interruptions and Jeers. That was Governor Hadley of Missouri, the Roosevelt field captain. Whenever he aroBo he was accorded Looking from the Gallery. and handkerchiefs and papers and bowling at the top of their voices. Cal- Yilt.W,. ifornia's golden Teddy Bear led tho way, and Now Jersey, Missouri and North Carolina followed close behind. West Virginia, Ohio and Oklahoma foil Into line, and there was a mighty roar as "BUI" Fllnn grabbed Penns'ylvanla's standard and led his followers past the front of the speaker's stand. Minnesota and Maine now Joined the shouting procession, and people all over the hall began to say that if nominations were in order, It would bo no trick at all to put tho governor of Missouri at tho hood of tho ticket. Pretty Woman Increases Furore. For a long time Governor Hadley stood smiling and helpless, with Jim Watson of Indiana by Ills side, Then they sat down, hopeloss of stilling tho tumult Just as tho shouters began to get a bit weary, a pretty young woman was spied in the front row of tho west gallery wildly waving a big portrait of Colonel Roosevelt and yelling at tho top of her musical voice. She Mrs. William A. Davis of Chicago, and her efforts were rowarded by a renewal of the uproar, which now changed to shouts of "We want Teddy." Certain of tho colonel's publicity promoters, quick t,o selie upon the Incident, made the(r, way Into the galUrjr aad led, Mrsjjpa'vla downaajrs thl sTTiranlrw of natUuiia u wbu tho wholo Pennsylvania delegation broke into jeers. "You'ro a receiver of stolen goods," shouted R. R. Quay. "Mr. Root," demanded Fllnn, "are you willing to take this tarnished " election At this moment ho was Interrupted by another outburst of yells from the Pennsylvanlans. Both Quay's and Fllnn's words had been distinctly heard, however, by Root and all the delegates. Sergcant-at-ArmStono camo running down tho platform, megaphono In hand. "Mr. Chief of Police," he shouted, addressing Assistant Chief Schuottler, "If any person on this floor again Insults tho chairman of this convention I order you to eject him from the hall." Stono was whlto with rago and gl&r ed at Uio I'ennsylvanlans as ho spoke. Tho latter then subsided Into quiet Leave Hall aa Root Starts. Mr. Root had scarcely begun bis address before hundreds of spectators on tho floor and in the galleries began to movo out of tho hall, noisily and hui rledly. Tho senator suspended his speech and requested Sorgcantat-ArmStone to aak those who wished to leave to go 'out at once. "As soon as those desiring to leave have gone tho senator will continue," shouted StQRt through the. megaphone. s s " vu hear him crowded to tho front and the empty seats wero emphasized by the sharpness of tho contrast. Mr. Root continued his speech to a quiet and nttcntlvo audlenco. Here nnd thero ho elicited a rlpplo of particularly when he touched upon tho trust prosecutions of tho Taft administration. Elected President. Miss Mary Alexander, sister of Ed Alexander) was elected president of the Kentucky Association.of Graduate Nurses atthe. annual convention h'i'Id In LouisvlllAast week. Meade Coun- -, ty Messenger. We Can Print That Picnic Bill ( -v k 'Vwv Kp "r WT r Bias y ... X r T The Time of Yoir Life! 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