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Pages No. 52 Come Along and go to The Irvington Barbecue Tomorrow th Nominated by National Democratic Convention at Baltimore Yesterday at MR. P. D. PLANK BY MEN verport. annouce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary M. Jarboe, to Mr. Hugh Barclay Donaldson, of Bowling Green, Ky. The wedding wll take place August 14. Hancock Clar ion. Our Woodrow Wilson OVER TWO HUNDRED HOME-MADE 12 M. PIES Barbecue, rrow! food for the visitors tomorrow. Besides food, amusements and entertainments will be provided. The Girls Brass Band will furnish the musfc and other attractions on hand. old fashioneH, wholesome ENGAGEMENT OF election in August. Thompson's name was at first refused n place on the ballot on account of some technicality of the law which he did not comply with but E the Secretary of State finally allowed it to go on. Tate-All- is Presented With A Handsome Fri- Dance At The Falls. At The Irvington Of July-Tomo- Knight Templar Emblem Fourth Every Cloverport's New Hotel. The Hardlnsburg, July 1. (Special ) Miss Jennie Green gave a dance at her home in honor of her cousins, two attractive young girls from Texas. Miss L. R. R. Company. Green was assisted in entertaining by Miss Francis Moorman. Among the guests were: Misses Emmy Lou MoorCAPT. ROWLAND PRESENTS IT. man, Louise Aud, Mary Franklin Beard, Nell Dempster, Messrs. Arthur Beard, s Down at the shops Friday morning Morris Kincheloe, Vivian Haswell, under'the old oak, Mr. P. D. Plank, Harry Conniff, Russell Compton and Announcement Has Been Received From St. Following en. day By The Mechanical Department Of The L. H. & St. i kl was presented with an exquisite watch charm of a Knight Templar design, from the mechanical department of the L. H. & St. L. R. R. Company. The presentation was rendered by Capt. J . H. Rowland on the platform erected for the occasion where Mr. Plank sat David Marion with, his little grand-so- n, Behen, and listened to the Captain while he said in his gracious manner: "The Knight Templars of old were known the world over for devotion to duty and loyalty to friends and absolute unselfishness, so you, as we believe, possessing all these noble qualities, we, the employees of this road, take great pleasure in presenting to you this Knight Templar badge in appreciation of kindness rendered and as a testimonial to your untiring- devotion to - Irwin Taylor. Over Seventeen Dollars. Floyd Roberts sold a pair of twin lambs last week for 14.50 and the wool from the mother of the lambs sold for $3 more, making $17.50 net earnings of one ewe. Pretty good money, don't you think? II BARBECU E Eleventh Annual Event Will Be Held Next Month In Skillman's Grove Thursday, 15 Arrangements are being perfected to hold the Eleventh Annual Masonic Barbecue in this city Thursday, August 15. The first of the series of bills are being printed at the News office, and further information will be advertised. duty." The token of esteem and gratitude expressed, touched Mr. Plank deeply and he quietly arose from the chair and had a heart to heart talk with the hundred or more men that stood before him. After he had thanked them for the emblem, he said: "This has not been d affair in my leader-shi- p a here for the last twelve or fourteen years. You have been as good to me as I have to you, and I want to say to you now. who ever ray successor shall be, stand by him as youhave stood by rae. This will be better for you and better for him." in my mind "What has been since I have been down here, has ever been to be a better man and If I have failed in anything It has been in the example that I have set to make you better men, for that is what I have tried most to do. "You have never heard me swear", he told them. "My She lived mother taught me not to. to be past sixty and she never heard one-side- Christen Their New Home. Mr and Mrs. John Lawson gave an informal luncheon at their lovely new home in Breckenridge Addition Wednesday evening. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yeager, Mr. and Mrs. Robt Glasscock, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Randall, Mrs. Rosa Whitehouse, Mr. George Mullen, Mrs. Emma Mattingly and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson. top-mo- st Entertained At Dinner. l', me Mr. Plank finished a hearty applause came forth and as he stepped down to pass from under the glorious shade of the big tree, the men crowded around him for a farewell hand-sha' from the retiring master mechanic and their friend. The emblem was set with three diamonds, "one for Grade, one for Edffhand one for Eva1' his daughters, appreciate the token who sincerely of esteem that was expreised for their father. "When ke swear." Mr. and Mrs. John Burk gave a dinner Sunday at tneir home on the hill. The guests who enjoyed their hospitality were: Father Brey, Joseph Hirsch, cashier of the Bank of Cannelton, Edward Styx, foreman of the Cotton Mill, William Daugherty, manager of the Cotton Mill, of that city, Ernest Pop-haMisses Florence Lewis, Esther Popham, Agnita Mattingly, Nellie and Dorothy Burk and Messrs. Chas., Jas. and Joe Burk. BEAUTIFiyiUSIu Graduating Piano Recital Given By The Pupils of Mrs. T. H. Brilliant Annual Withers. Affair at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg. (Special). July 1. The recital on Tuesday evening, June IS, nt the opera house, by Misses Judith Ellen and Mary Franklin Beard, was a most brilliant affair, and was" thoroughly enjoyed by a large and appreciate audience. The fine selections from Beethoven, Lisyt, Chopin, Grigg,aud Schaw-auwere rendered with artistic perfection, which demonstrated the skill that had guided and Instructed them as well as. he excellence of their work. The audience was held with unceasing interest during the entire program. To these young ladies and their faithful and efficient teacher, Mrs. T. II Withers, is extended congratulations from our a, The Same, Yet Different About two years had passed away Since Nell anil I had met; $o 'twas.not strange that I should say, When iagaiu chanced by her way, "NelAare you married yet?" She gBinced at me in mild surprise I would have made a bet Thathere was sadness in her eyes As she replied, between two sighs, L'es, I am married yetl" Go To Wyndott Cave. Mr. arid Mrs. Ira Behen and sons, ivld and Thompson, and aunt Martha, uses ova ana juaitn name, suss e Mabel Harris, Miss Lula Sev- Dr, McDonald and Paul Lewis will Isit Wyndott Cave tomorrow. They in their to Leavenworth, Ind kunch. AnHiunctmHt. (r. and Mrs. Jobs C, JarW, 1 musical people. Mrs. Withers' annual recital is always a great feat,and is especially noted for f CI the beauty, vartyy, and artistic perfection of the work", t C. Drummond Harris of Porches and balconies. When comDlet-e- d Tenn. The wedding will will be as modern as any in the GLORIOUS TIME EXPECTED solemnized at the home of state. A. Killiam, of Owensboro, Is the 3309 St. Louis avenue, on architect. NEW LAW FIRM June 27, in the presence of a few relaTomorrow is the day! It's the Fourth tives and friends. After the ceremony of July and everybody is going to celthe couple will depart for their future Echo Meeting ebrate at Irvington and while every home in Nashville, stopping a few days Cloverport Man Member Of Bar. body is having a big time, everybody is The echo meeting of the Epworth in Waverly, Teun., to visit friends and helping along a great cause Irving-ton- 's Logan, Manning And Babbage League conference held at Hopkinsville relatives. school. Will Practice In State And The barbecue tomorrow will be giv- will be given at the Methodist church What Girls Are Doing. en to make money to equip the Irving Sunday evening. The public is cordially Federal Courts. ton school and make tt a model school-hou- invited. with every modern equipment. One married girl on the East Side We are authorized to announce the The school building will be furnished saving chicken feathers to make formation of a partnership for the completely, the play grounds will be FIRST ANNUAL DANCE mattress. practice of law between Mr. D. B. Lomade attractive, concrete walks laid, gan, of this city, Mr. A. T. W. Mantrees planted and best of all the build 000 ing will be kept cleaner next year for Young Society Men Of Irvington One, who isn't married, is making a ning, of Manchester, Ky., and Mr. A. W. Babbage, of this city, under the there will be more money In the treaspink and white rag drugget. ury to keep It clean. Send Out Invitations To The firm name of Logan, Manning and Bab000 bage. The Irvington School Improvement County Belles Expect To Another is growing flowers to have Mr. Logan is League, whose membership is mostly a member of the Pine-vill- e one for every day so she can take that bar, having been engaged in pracmade up with women, have undertaken Wind Up The Fourth With A advice, "always stick a rose in your tice In Eastern Kentucky for twenty this great work and are making a suchair." Light Fantastic. cess of it. When they decided to give six years. Mr. Manning comes to this big barbecue a plan was made to Pinevllle from Manchester, Clay coun000 One is raising Rhode Island Reds. ty, where he has been engaged In the solicit the food. The people of Irving Trie young men of Irvington have iston and the farmers around Irvington sued invitations to attend the first an- Out of 123 she has fifty left. Too many practice for several years. Mr. Babhave responded most generously and nual dance at the City Hall in Irving- dogs and cats in her neighborhood to bage is well known In this vicinity, now enough material has been prom- ton on the night of July the Fourth raise motherless chicks. having been heretofore employed by Mr. Logan. He was admitted to the ised to have a big barbecue in a glo- from 9 to 2 o'clock. A number of the 000 rious style. young society people of the county One married girl has a vegetable bar last year and has spent the past Nine young sheep have been given, have been honored with invitations garded that she has put in herself and winter in a Ian school at Washington, six country hams, 35O loaves of bread, and a large acceptanci is expected. tomatoes will probably be ripe in it this D. C. 230 pies made by the women, 00 galThe firm will engage in a general Dr. W. B. Taylor is chairman and week. lons of pickles, sugar and other good Mr. Harry Conniff, vice chairman of practice in the State and Federal 000 courts. Pineville Sun. things are coming in by the wagon the event. The reception committee One young lady Is crocheting cape load. People who have been buying is as follows: Messrs Robert Lyon, P coffee at Lyon's restaurant for the last n. Galloway, L. H. Jolly, W. B. Tay- shaped shawls at the price of f 2 each, JOE MULHATJEN. ten years, will get a free cup the lor, J. C. Johnson, C. A. Rees, Hubert when material is furnished. Fourth of July for Bobbie Lyons is Lyon, Joe Plggott, Harry P. Conniff, 000 going to furnish every cup of coffee K. P. Jolly. Mr. J. C. Johnson, SerAnother has painted all the furniture gratis. Mrs. Nannie Wathen has so- geant at Arms, with Mr. J. O. Cun- and wood work in her room and has a Verifies Goehagan Fish Story licited all this material by asking for ningham assistant. perfect color scheme of blue and white. That Started Forty Years Ago. as little as one pie to one whole mutton. The chaperones are: Mr. and Mrs. Old Blue Cat Attended RepubThis has been a job when one considers L. H. Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Alex Cloverport Again how many steps she has taken, how ander, Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, Mr. lican Convention. many requests she has made to get and Mrs. C. C. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A big crowd saw Clovcqiort pull over millions and millions of bites of good, C. C. Matthews. another victory at the West End Hall Mr. Editor: Don't you know I am Park Saturday afternoon, when they played Hardinsburg, The score was 5 afraid to cross Goehagan creek since to 7, and the game was very exciting. that 150 lb. cat ilsh story came out in Cloverport has lost only two games out the News. Who would have thought such a whale as that was at large la of twelve this year. the Ohio? I have just wired that noted fisherman, the Hon. Bob Mattingly. Alton Mattingly, living on the banks BUTTONJACTORY of the creek, has built a ten rail fence Krotn Tbe Lookout around his yard. Going to protect his Will Give Employment to Ten children from the monster. Mr. Robinson, a fisherman living below the creek, I wish I could bo a kid ucain, Men or More-W- ill Start Next pulls his gasoline boat out on the bank Just for a week or so, Week-Ha- ve Good Equipment. at night. He Is afraid the fish will Long enough to chuck my shoos swallow It. If that fish gets a gasoline And hiko out and stub my too. engine on the inside there will be no "Buttons made in Cloveqort" will be use for Slndy Weatherholt and Kitty Long enough to know again added to the list of factory-madarticles Overton trying to land him, not even The joy of the swinging gate, now as W. 15. Phelps & Sou, D.ivid with the Inlp of Uncle Henry Tate. Long enough to bo ready for bod Phelps, will start their factory next Rube Hawkins says he can testify The building, containing the that there Is such a Ilsh in the river. week. When the clock on tho shelf strikes eight. machinery department with two offices, For last Sunday two weeks ago he saw collar and cull's Long enough to shed has been completed. The machinery him going up the river on his way to shirt, And scofl' at tho has been installed aud ten men or more the Republican Convention. Rube askLong enough to hear mother scold will be given work next week. ed him if he was going all the way by About tho muss and tho dirt. The factory will not finish the buttons, water, he said no at Pittsburgh he mark just prepare the mussels aud cut the would aviate. He says the size of the Long enough to wear a high-watbutton slugs. The buttons will be sold fish so excited him he forgot to ask Kound my neck and under my oars by the gross. Messrs. Phelps have been him whether he was for Taft or RooseLong enough to forget some things in the mussel shell business here for velt. Respectfully, Joe Mulhatton.'Jr., Pro dono in tho last thirty years. eight or nine years, and have made quite Carter's Landing. Long enough to split some wood. a success of it. How I hated that job of yoro. Cloverport is highly elated over her Killing In Meade County. new industry, aud are glad the Messrs. Long enough to bo called from play Phelps have built it here. And bo sont on a jump to the store, Brandenburg, Ky June 27. J, G. Long onough, but what is tho uso'i Cox, who runs a country store at Two Republican Candidates Bewailing tho years that have flown. Pleasant Grove, seven miles from here, For Congressional Nomination shot and killed John Dowell during a I am living over thoso years again, quarrel this morning. For I havo a boy of my own. It Is said the men had been partners John C. Thompson, of Washington G. Whiz."" deal, and that the killing e la a lumber county, and J. II. Whittlnghill, of occured when an argument arose over county, will be the two RepubJ llcau candidates for Congress to be vot a settlement connected with the ed 011 by the Republicans In the primary se Bite Of Food Donated The building will be two story frame, Louis. stone basement with attic finished. Folks-Cou- ntry By Home Reception rooms, large dining hall, Mr. and Hams And Nine Young Sheep sample rooms, 20 bed rooms, lavatories, announced Mrs. M. V. Marlowe have the engagement of their etc. Barber shop and heating system daughter, Miss Florence Marlowe, to Given. in basement. Extreme size 61 x 67 ft. Hardinsburg Saturday. The bride Is the pretty young daughter of Mr. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. Tney Nashville, are making their home with his grandbe quietly mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen. the bride, Thursday, Tate, of Cloverport, were married in David Allen and Miss Anna Belle JR. A Kid clgain e stiff-bosom- or Brack-enridg- . " '4 itV WMX THE NEXT GREAT EVENT FOR IRVINGTON WILL BE V I mKm akw aisaiaaaas ' t 4 Beginning Saturday, July 13th, and ending Saturday, July 20th. THIS SALE WILL BE THE GREATEST EVER PUT ON BY ANY FIRM ANYWHERE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND IT. 9 - Semi Annual Clearance Sale! I' I PREVENTING THE SOURING OF MILK During the hot weather of the summer months many fiumera have trouble with .sour milk. This causes much los, not only to the tarmer who keeps one or more cows for family use, hut especially to the dairyman who retail hi", milk or ships it to a dealer in the city. The dealer usually pay.s onmilk or ly one half price for refuses to accept it at any price, thus entailing heavy loss to the producer. Good sweet milk can he produced and delivered in prime condition to the customer in the hot-te-- t summer weather. The writer has for live years shipped milk from the farm to Louisville a distance of ."57 miles the milk three hour.s on the train in transit, and has not had a drop of sour milk during that time. The amount of theo shipments ranged from GO to !)0 gallons a day, and was on a strict busmen bas'n, every gallon being sold at a good mai gin of profit. During about half (if this time the milk was be-injr .hipped in 8 and 10 rallo? cans, the remainder of the time in quart and pint bottles. Good sweet milk depends on two items, cleanliness and a cold temperature. To secure these the following rules should he ob-s- ei ved. I f Have the cow'n udder clean before milking. A clean damp cloth can be used for this purpose and can he cariied in the pocket of the milker. Only a few seconds are required to wipe tho udder oil immediately before beginning to milk the cow. In our experience this simple expedient hits worked wonders. lie caieful not to allow haiiy, dust or dirt to fall into the milk. They are laden with germs. Germs cause tho milk to sour. The greater the number of germs the quicker the souring will occur. A pail with a small opening will tie very helpful in keeping out dust and making it furnishes the raw material from which high quality butter can bo produced. If all the butter produced on Kentucky farms were made from milk handled in this way. hundreds of thousand-- , of pounds of poor butter which each year goes i" to our markets at a very low price would be replaced by a gilt edged article, which would sell at an attractive price, and would add man' thousands of dollars to the annual profits of Kentucky farmers. W. D. Nicholls, Asst. Professor of Dairying. Consult T. N. McGlothlan for subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al. Times, Post, Herald. Farmers Ilonie Journal, btock lard Journal, Western Recorder and Hreck enridgc News. will continue at least till Sunday and perhaps longer, if the interest justifies. Several catnr down from Stephensport and other points Sunday to attend the services. at 7:'5. The meeting Thi Martin REPEATING RIFLE Model 20 ooo With Zt&'Pchange out of mechanism it Bro Lewis is beta); entertained ot You can buy no better 8un aa&R8SS5B handles .22 short, the parsonage with the exception of for target work and all r cartridges long or e r dinner. He has been out to dinner ev- small perfectly. The deep Ballard game up to 2?rJiA GLW ery day except Sunday. Mrs. Cottrell rifling develops maximum power and Mrs. Lowry 200 yards. entertained her aunt. 0J5t tu5jzr accuracy and adds years to the life of rifles. Smith, aud sister, Miss Miclial MillTrw solid topis protection from tWectire cartridges prerents powder and er, of Oweusboro, and Mrs. Sue Haw-ley- , gate from being blown back. The tide ejection never lets elected sheila pod your bead and allows quiet, accurate repeat shots. With rimpU take of Hnwesville, Sjnday. down construction, removable action part, leait partt of any .LL u the long-rifl- 97 PER An Unusual CENT. Record PERFECT. For Pile WW MW quickest and easiest to clean. A great vacation noe. Ask any gun dealer. catalog Tie 136 par will help you decide w tut rifle Co. best tuits your individual desires. 42 Willow Street New Haven, Conn. Send 3 stamps for it today. 77arlt 7e77Zarm 'firearms I v Remedy IOWA WOMAN WELL AGAIN Freed From Shooting Pains, Spinal Weakness, Dizziness, by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ottumwa, "For years I was almost a constant sufferer from female trouble in all its Iowa. -- dreadful forms; headache, 6hooting pains all over my body, sick spinal weakness, dizziness, everything that was horrid. I tried many doctors in different parts of the United States, but Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a Vegeta ble Compound has done more for me than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you those facts. My heart is full of gratitude to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for my health." Mrs. Harriet E. Wami'leu, 524 S. Ransom Street, Ottumwa, Iowa. Cqnsldcr "Well This Advice. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal of which aro derived from natlvo roots and herbs, has for nearly forty years proved to bo a most valuable tonic and Invigorator of the feWomen everywhere male organism. bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. If you want special advice vrrlto to lydia K. riukuam Medicine Co. LjiiH.Mass. Your letter will be opened, read aud answered hy a vrowuii Mild heU la strict couttdeucc. (conll-duntiu- l) depression, and When Dr, J. S. Leonhardt, of Lincoln, Nebr , located the cause of piles and found a successful inward remeay for piles, he had it put on sale under a In ten strict guaranty of satisfaction. years only 3 per cent, of HEM-R01uiers have aked for their money back, and it speaks well for this scientific Baptist Church Notes. modern remtdy. Get a guaranteed Jl package from A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky., or am druggist, or write to Dr, Superintendent Lightfcnt is wear Leonhardt" Co., Station B. Buffalo, N. booklet. ing a smile that won't come off. Why? V., for free HEM-ROIEvery tencher was present Sunday and were in one hundred and twenty-fiv- e Living Monuments. attendance. They are expecting one hundred and fifty next Sunday. Watch Our children are our monuments. other dirt. them grow. The little ones we leave behind, Ueo tho milk pail for no other ooo If they are good and brave and kind, purpose than for milking. Some The books for the teacher training And labor here with true intents, dairymen use it for watering the class have oeen received. Some have Our lives and work'perpetuate horses and slopping the hogs, and secured their books and have begun Far more than marble tablets great. then wonder why the milk sours. the work. The pastor will meet all Far rather would I pass away that wish to take the work on the secAnd leave a sturdy son of mine, Cool the milk immediately by ond Sunday afternoon and organize Whom I had taught to love the fine, running it over a milk cooler, the class and outline the plan for the The just and honest, in his day (one of these can be bought for $5 class work Most of the work will be To serve the world with courage bold to$7), or by immeising in cold done at home as it Is written work. It Than have my life on granite told. spring or well water. The animal is believed that a large class will take I'd rather feel when death is near the course. That In my children I shall live; heat must bo removed before plac-- ' No monument of stone would give ooo ing in cans or bottled for delivery Me greater glory, year by year, or shipment. If necessary to hold Pastor Co.trell is planning to open Than sons and daughters treading on the niirht's milk for shipment the a book counter In one of the stores In truth and honor when I'm gone. next morning it should be hold at soon. He will put on a line of bibles, Who leaves a sturdy son on earth, testaments, and religious books, and A noble daughter, sweet and pure, ti low temperature. Cold springs will also establish an agency for our well wator in a wooden or met- religious papers, the Recorder and Has monuments that long endure. or He needs no shaft to prove his worth; al tank of proper size to hold ship- World. He is doing this as a matter of The luster of his children's deeds ping cans may bo used for this convenience to those who may desire Are all the monuments he needs. purpose. If running spring water good religious literature. Orders will Detroit Free Press. - at hand, this will servo admir- be taken for books not in stock. Sae the book table at the church this week ably. In some cases tho a.ilk or and get from the pastor the books dePicked Up From cii'um may no lowered into a cis sired. D i- H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST liardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK fi K &S4&!GZ&i&ZeZX RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. tarmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph fnmvNim onrl Hni'ft Viim nvnlnin rlift UlVUIUI TTn.. Ul l... .Jl... ....v. mi. , v ...... J.t..... V..W annninl mors Line" rate. 1 - ft ' 't I X X (B a i s ilin uumuMiunnu PIIUDCDI gr3?3S?ae-?3E?3iafra TC! CDUnUC llluhhmi ililiiiuiil (Incorporated.) i 9. & TCI CftDADU PrtlJD.UV I uurnrnni f IF YOU PROVE I Then It will do all WANT TO IMYOUR BREAD, Flour Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with less effort; want your baking to be a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family tern aud kept cool until time for shipment. If care is exorcised, milk can be kept sweet without ice, but a supply of ice is very desirable. Another important point. Wash nil vessels carefully. Examine frequently in tho angles to see that no accumulation of yellow slimy casein material collects, as this will certainly cause rapid souring. After washing, scald all vessels with boiling water and placo in pure fresh air until ready for use. If exposed to tho sun, so much tho bettor, as sunlight is tho best germ killer and purifier. Milk produced in tho manner outlined will bo of tho best quality and will bring the highest market price Such milk is always in demand and if used for butter- - ooo Pastor Lewis came lat Monday and has been preaching twice a day since to large congreuations. He was pastor here for four years and his return to Cloverport is a source of delight to our people who havo.been hearing his strong, tender, loving messages. While he is tender and sympathetic, yet there Is no compromise with evil or false teaching. The building v s crowded to its utmost capacity Sunday night and in his opening remarks he entered a strong protest against Sunday excursions and Sunday base, ball. He said he did not believe Christians should either play or patronize the Sunday game and should give their moral support for its discontinuance. The Methodist pastor and the Baptist pastor gave a hearty Amenl to his statements along that line. 000 . Brother Lewis' Sermons. oqo of your time and Use Lewisport Best this and more. anteed Every sack guar- The Bible answers every question, One-seventh one-tent- h of your money ih, required God. by MILL LEWISPORTKent.iir.kv ewisnnrt. I CO. l , , w.. - ooo Love never leaves a penon alone. "I Millers Are Mascots. am going to just let him alone now", you hear so many persons say", said Bro. Lewis, "But love never leaves any Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller will move body alone". Love goes down to the for the fourth time since a year bjjo lowest, it goes out to the meanest, It when they leave the rebideuce of Mr, reaches your enemies, and runs paralell James Youuger. It has been sold to Mr, with God because God is love. It you and Mrs. Brlte, of Maceo. Mr. brite have love In your heart, you have God, is a retired farmer. They will take pos. and wherever you go, he Is with you. session of the place as soon as the MilDo you love each lers find a house. At booh at they move "Love Increases. other, you Baptists, you Methodists, you to a place it in sold. Presbyterians, all of you, more than you did last year? Semi-An-nu- iaJMttl JkaBK a cnicavi A few dropS irfaklng water cure! iff bS aadoUerchlcka?MairiSaJ wc pottle make u wdtclm At an JruKtiti; lRDlcaad booklet MMtof Fowl." ant uuwb tf0URI0NJLTKY CWC I Watch for Alexander's ii There nooa this will be wk servicas every at 3 o'vloetc and At night afUr- - !$3 W Pfi "III V Louisville Eveulsg Pot and Brwokciwidge News an yr 13.10. Ky.?Jly1ttiW2t. t CliarMct Salt at IrviRi-to- t, MtMfea4re.utu(tell,ir MA1MACV. nut. UU r IftVINQTON Irtisf (, K) OS E In Cloverport-Peop- PANIC Mr and Mrs. Richard McAfee went The Cause of Many 4i Union Star Sunday vUitirig friends. Sudden Deaths?! Mrs, Guy Martin nnd children, of le this Are Hard country most dangerous because so deccp- - and Ms. Tom Smith Sunday. Of The There is a disease prevailing in 'iV Holt, were gutta of her parents. Mr. THE OLD RELIABLE Up For Homes-M- ost td MijSz: deaths are by It 2 Roofs Have To Cover Two Families. D. II. Severs bought from. the Newton heir9 Thursday 'he lot lying between his lot and the Nolte place on Second street between Houston and High streets. Consideration $350. Mr "Severs will repair the house for renting. Cloverport has a house panic and It is Impossible for people to find a place for a home to themselves. mm WU Ki , st ot caused heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance thekidney-poison-cd blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, brick-duor sediment in the urine, head ache, back ache, lame dock, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or the kidneys themselves break down and w-.- ite away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidcorrects inability to ysentery Is always serious and often neys. Swamp-Roklangerous disease, but it can be hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant ted Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera of being compelled to go oftennecessity through m Diarrhoea Remedy has cured It the day, a.id to get Jp many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect Pen when malignant and epidemic of Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy For sale by all dealers. XS is soon realized, It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring He Stopped His Paper. properties. A trial will convince anyone. bwamp-Koo- t is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fifty-ceand size bottles. You may have a A few dnys ago a subscriber, who is a n citizen, came to our office sample bottle and a book that tells nil about it, both sent free by mail. and stopped his paper for the reasOD?he Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghnmton, Address, N. Y said, that it did not just suit his fancy, When writing mention reading this genand the further fact that the subscrip- erous ofTer in this paper. Don't make but tion had gone up to 1.50 a year. We any mistake, and remember tlic name. Swamp-Roo- t, don't let a denier bell w have since met him on the street and it you something in place of Swamp-Roo- t ' is amusing to note the look of surprise vf you do you will be disappointe L ir in his face that we are still in existence despite the fact that he stopped his Mr. and Mrs. Wm Dutschke and paper. Some day and it won't be family went to Amnions Sunday visitlong, either that gentleman will be no ing friends. more. His heart will be stilled forever. Mrs. Boyd McKaughan went to Neighbors and friends will follow his Cloverport Sunday to visit her son, A. lifeless clay to the silent city and lay B. McKaughan. Coleman Haswell and son, of Hard him to rest among the silent flowers. .An obituary will be published in these insburg, were here fishing last week, being the guest of L, D. Fox. columns telling what a kind father, n Mrs. Henry Ackerman.of Evansville, good neighbor and beloved citizen he. was which the recording angel will was the guest of her cousin, Mrf. Mrs W. L. Basham and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Whit-wortand family dined with Mr. ind Mrs, C. A. Tinlus Sunday. Jerrv Lennon. of Hardinsburg, Is visiting Mr. and Mr,. R. A. Smith. Yandell' Sargent, of Owensboro, is viMUng Mr. and Mrs. V. H Gardner h harness. Mr. nnd See McCubbins for brick, lime, Roofing ceiling paper, guttering, paints oils, varnish, nnd nil kinds of hardware ami BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS An this week. Mrs. Kathle Dowell ard son, Shufter, of Sample, were in town Saturday shopping. , Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and daughter, of Hardinsburg, are visiting her sister, Mrs. L. D. Fox. Absolute!) Safe Place to do Business. J per Cent on Time Deposits w road. They were Wm. Hall, Hollv Kurtz, J. M Rhodes, Char James McKaughan, of Peru, Ind., is Drane, Jim Vic Orendorf, Roily lie Claycomb, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller and Cliff Haddock B McKaughan. follcioE)ic: f nt one-doll- ar well-know- iv Miss Mary Belle Basham was in town If vou are a housewife you cannot last week the guest of relatives and reasonably hope to be healthy or beau tnend'. tiful by washing dishes, sweeping and J Oce way to relieve habitual consti- doing housework nil day, and crawling pation Is to take regularly a tniid lax into bd dead tired nt night. You must ative Doan's Hcgulets are recommend- get out Into the open air and sunlight. ed for this purpose. 25c a box at all If you do this every day and keep your stomach and bowels in good order by drug stores. taking Chamberlain's Tablets when needed, you should become both healthy THE LODIBURG and beautiful. . For sale by All BOARD SWITCH (CompOMtl liy Jims and leco) The generator has come And John Brown's done; He has finished his task And you can call the switch boaid CU.-liu1 S lioi de )(ioido Ice uiuum room Homo-Ma- n u 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 CLASSJECITAL at Of overlook for charity's sake and in a short time he will be for" gotten. As he lies out there in the cold, cold graveyard, wrapped in the silent slumbers of death, he will never know that the last kind word spouen of him was by the editor of the paper which in life he so Did you ever spitefully "stopped." pause for just a moment and think that your editor, whoever he may be, will write yo lr obituary some day? Ex. Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. Buy it now and be For prepared for such an emergency. sale by all dealers. PS T. Eugene Connor last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wegenast entertained the following Friday: Rev. Kell, of KingswOod; Rev. Jarboe and wife, Mrs. Horace McCoy, of Union Star; Miss Lena Williams, of Kings-wooand Miss Esther Payne. Mrs. Cohen and daughters, Alene and Sadie, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp. Mrs. Tula Frymre, of Chenault, was the guest of heikister, Mrs. E. A. Kissam last week. Buhrman Dowell of Union Star, was the guest of his brov- er, O. W. Dowell, one day last week. Miss Alma Moorman is expected There was Mr. Harrell, honie from YelvtWgton this week, where He kept it on a barrel; she spent two weeks witn her uncle, The best I can remember, He kept it awny back In September. Dr. A. Moorman-Mrsd, . last. You can call Miss Anne Keys And get whom you please, But If she's at her ease, You'll nave plenty of time to sneeze. The people have her hired And they say she's getting tired, But her time is about out And we guess they had better hire Billy Stout. They say Billy Stout Is always on his route; He never turns to look about, But is always in and out. Some say hire Uncle Ben, And he hasn't time to lay down his pen; But let them hire whom they please, They will never get another Miss Annie Keys. Mrs. Louis Jolly, Classic And Beautifully Rendered-Mando-l- Picnics, Church Suppers, Barbe-cue- s and Entertainments at home in Orchestra Gives Irvington, June 25. (Special) The Class Recital given on Friday evening last by the pupils of Mrs. Louis H. Jolly was enjoyed by a large and most appreciative audience, which despite the rain of the nfternoon, showed by their presence that they were Interested in this most excellent class of musl cians. That every number on the pro gram was most highly appreciated was attested by the rounds of applause with which each separate number was greet ed. L. WALKER Home of Walker's Salt-Rising Bread Hardinsburg, Ky. m 0 Home Phone 30E Cumberland Phone 0 hoc DC non m BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months od ones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 years old and some nice cattle. old-go- The following program was most fectively and skillfully rendered: ef- i Iv K Fella and daughter, Julia, of Holt, were guests of Mrs. Shively last Rev K. M Kell closed t series week. The of meetings in th' M. E. church here See the pretty satin striped voiles; ' Sunday night crepons. and tokio silks, at 20 cents Miss B'ook Hall, of Union Star, is McCubbins. Mrs. H. S, English, Jr. and children the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. A. were here last week visiting her Smith this week. mother, Mrs Belle Crawford Miss Lelah Belle Hawkins returned Miss Lena Williams, of Kingswood. home from L uisville Saturday night, Is with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith this friends and relatives. week. She is conducting the singing where she Mr. and Mrs Eugene Connor enter- in the meeting. Mrs. R. M. Kell and children, cf tained touwelve o'clock dinner Sunday the following guests: Misses Alma and Kingswood, came Saturday and attend.Ruth Wneeler, of Rone, Ind., Francis ed church here Sunday. Sjvers, of Union Star, Lelah Belle Miss Irene McCoy, daughter of Mr. Hawkins, Esther Payne, Jennie Mar and Mrs. J. G. McCoy, of this place, Miller and Harvy Rider, of Louisville, and Mr. Owen Shoemaker, of Rome, LH Connor and Burman Dowell, of Ind., were quietly married InCannelt n My&tic. Saturday, June 29, at 2 o'clock. The Miss Alma Moorman left last week marriage took place in the Methodist for Yelvington to visit her uncle, Dr. parsonage. The only attendants were A. Moorman. Miss Betlie Allen, of this place.and Dr. Beautiful Lawns, 5 to 8 cents Mc- Wedding, a friend of the groom. Tne Cubbins bride looked charming in a costume of Miss Mary Bernice Shellman, the charming little daughter of Mr. and bine silk. The contracting parties have Mrs. Oliver Shellman, returned from a host of friends, who wish them a Sklllroan last week, where she has happy and prcsperous voyage through been visiting her uncle. life. Miss Ruth Jarboe returned home Mr. Godfrey Haswell and daughter, Saturday. of Hardinsburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D.Fox.. Messrs. Haswell and Fox have caught over 100 pound of fish. Quite a nurrber from hero attended When church at Irvington Sunday. The Rev Chas. Shepherd, our former pastor, preached his farewell sermon there. Mrs. Sam Thompson, who has been ill, is convalescent. Jas. Tinlus, of Holt, was the guest that you can bo robbed as well of his uncle, Chas. Tlnius, Sunday. Miss as your property burnt up. visitingNannie Hall, of UnionA,Star, is Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith vt-it- ed And there was Miss Dot, She always went in a trot, But now she has married Mr. Payne, So you cannot hire her again. There was Mr Elmore, He kept it here before; It was kept pretty well By his daughter, Dell. There's a man oa number one, He's always out for his fun; It matters not who Is using the lino, He is always ready to cut a shine. The people on number two Seem to have nothing to do; PROGRAMME ll.irearollo from "Tales of Hoffman" Otl'en- b icli 31 indolin Orchestra .. . Scliarwunkn l'ollih nance Miss Virginia Head Under The Llndeus . Ulllcr Mis-- . Iluluti Itourd sind Muster (.leorco f l;i;utt Hunter In Ambuih from "Fortst Scouts" Schumann MNs Ruth Marshall Hurcuuse from "Suite Nur nnd Anltrii" HJInsky MUs Muurlne Aslicra - W. J. OWEN & SONS : B. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky. Theyiare always standing at the'phone Like people away from home. The people on number three, That's what gets me. We can't find anything to rhyme, So will pass them by this time. The people on number four Are always at the door; They can't ring the 'phone, For the line is always In a groan. I Dvorak Humoresku Misses Eliza I'lPKOtt and Virginia Head Tarantella from "Deux ArnbvMilies" Les- chetlzky 3Ilss Virginia Calloway .1 Scliutt A la Men Ami Miss Eliza I'lKKOtt Chopin Etude In V .Major Miss Katherlne Wimp Le Paulllon JJavallse Miss Julia Lyon Liirnhetto from "Second Symphony" heeth-ovp- n Katherlne Misses Eliza 1'lsROtt, Wimp, ,Iulla Lyon and Virginia Callaway, i At The Wayside Inn from "Thl WundiTWlllliim I'nJut blldcr" Jensen-M- r. For Sale 15 H. P. F. H. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE A Texas Wonder. This enjrine is in cood condition; has been run about i years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasoline tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and a natural gas attachment. Keason for sellinir entirely too large for my purpose. For further information call on or address Don't Forget There's old number five, The people are ali alive: They are at a loss To know what it's going to cost. The people on number six Are always calling for the switch; It matters not what they do, Miss Annie will sure let them through. The Texas Wonder cures kidney Vnd bladder troubles, removing grave, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame baclls, rheumatism, and all irregularities !jf the kidneys and bladder in both- men and women. Regulates bladder troubV les in children. If not Isold by you druggist will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two month's treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo, Send for Kentucky testlmaniMs.'&OId by - JN0. D. BABBAGE, :: Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. r You See So - This? INSURING Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. AVo write all form of Burglar surance. this week. e. lornaao, Plate Gl Mrs. Horace McCoy, who has been the guest of Mrs. Will Chenault for the past two weeks returned home Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Shively and Mrs. E. H. Miller went to Cloverport Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. May. Dr, Shively, W. J. Schopp, Sadie and Alene Cohen and Henrietta Shively t Fidelity Bonds Mortgages and other 's uPanors written and Hnl us of acknowledge- - to I ." Oflli 8k . f Weatherholt Ky ta.if pWlenenM IT went to Cannelton Sunday in DrShlvts-ly'- s gasoline launch. Mrs. L, A. Gardner, of Rome, passed through here Sunday enroute to Basket to see her brother, who is very ill. Mrs. B. C. Dieckman, of Sample, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B, Morgan. Mr. L. Gardner, of Chenault, is visit ing bis father, W. B. Gardner. Mr Bill Gibson and Miss Mary Basham attended church Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Waggoner and daughter Jane, went to Irvington Sunday visiting Mr. Frank Waggoner, itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them. Doan's A large crowd attended the pound Ointment is recommended for Itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at supper at air. J. D. Taul's Saturday night. any drug store. Mrs. J. M. Beatty and son, Joy, visited her sister, Mrs. Alice Bates and Too Late. family, of Hancock county, from Saturday until Monday. Breckenridge News: I saw an Ice Miss Jo Anna Clark and Mr. Estill box for sale Give me size and price In return mail. Yours truly, Jas. M. Frank visited at Sample Saturday and Rhodes, Webster. Sunday. The Ice box was sold dav before this letter was written. Ari ad two weeks Owen Elmore and family spent Satin the News did the work. Get the urday and Sunday fishiug near Glen good of the want column in the c Dean. News. Mrs. David Crews and children spent During the summer months mothers the week end at Garfield visiting her of young children should watch for any sister, Mrs. Llna Sandbach. unnatural looseness of the bowels, When Those who atttended the party at given prompt attention at this time Mr. J. M. Beatty's Monday night serious trouble may be avoided. Cham- were: Misses Iva, Jo Anna and Mary berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Clark, Suda Bates, Jessie Frank, Nora, Remedy can always be depended upon. Hallle and Nellie Beatty; Mr. and Mrs. For sale by all dealers. EJercy Shrewsbury; Messrs Estill Frank, Paul Eulltt, Warren Purcoll, After New Road. Owen and Harry Bates, Joy Beatty, Marvin Lyons, Roy Ball. All report a pleasant time. The following Webster good roads Mrs. Henry Burden and children are men were before the county court Monday and secured a new road out cf here from Sample visiting her parents, Webster running west along the rail Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Bates. Breck-enrldj- Meow Would Other People See Your A Advertisement Warren Purcell spent Saturday at Harned. Miss Suda Bates has returned from a visit with relatives at Cloverport and Sample. Joy Beatty and Roy Ball were at Fordsvllle Tuesday. Several from here attended the dance at Dannie Sherran's, of Tarfork, .J - Wednesday night. John Bates, who has been ill, Is able to be out again. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Hitters as a cleansing blood tonic, Is well recommended, fl.00 at all stores, .' i r :"& THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BARRAGE, Editor ami Publisher CAD1LLAQUA IS THE ANSWER Detroit Men Working Hard to Give America a Summer Carnival That Will Prove a Mecca Annually For Lovers of Revelry and Recreation. Detroit's citizenship lias been put to The board of commerce of Detroit tho task In holding Its first annual started the movement In an unselfish Cadlllaqua, that big national water moment to lot tho rest of tho country "in" on Detroit's pleasure giving qualities. Tho sum of $100,000 has been subscribed by the citizens of Detroit to bo expended on Cndlllaqua nnd entertaining the guests to tho big fete. The big men of tho city liavo boon working with might and main to Insuro tho success of tho undertaking. As a civic enterprise Cadlllaqua Is ono of tho Issued Every Wednesday. Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERP.ORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1912 Subscription price SI. 00 n yonr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, monoy in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. Hotify us. Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations Screen Doors, Windows and Wire If it is not correct please WOODROW WILSON NOMINATED. Wood row Wilson Bless him! The next President of these Wo believed United States. We are just too happy for utterance. it in our heart from tho start, but it was faint. Here is our hand to our young friend, Henry Breckonridpc, at Lexington, who never gave up tho fight. Now, every body fall in line, Democrats, Conservatives and all people who believe that the people and not the politicians in this country should rule. f ' V t t. fete which celebrates tho two hundred and eleventh anniversary of the founding of Detroit by Cadillac. The City of the Straits, famous for Its automobiles and wonderful river and parks, tins been turned into a pei manently improving and beautifying the cemetery and I would great boosting center, with everybody be glad to contribute $25.00 for this purpose when the Committee lending a hand to staging tho biggest water fete ever attempted In America. will have been organized and some responsible person will have been nnmid to receive and disburse these contributions in the proper way. If I temember coircctly, there is no water supply there, which from Big Spring where he visited his is absolutely necessary in case we should want to make any perma- mother, Mrs. Strother. nent improvements such as planting trees, shrubbery, etc. If it would Jess Hardaway, of Louisville, is the be practical to get ilowing water, 1 would cheerfully contribute an guest of his sister, Mrs. Chas Scott. in Ft. additional $50.00, or moie if necessary, towards' securing this needed James Drury, who has been Myer, Fla., for the past six months, is water supply, which could possibly be done by boring a well until the guest of his father, Chas. H. Druflowing water is obtained, which would then enable us to beautify rythe cemetery and sustain tho plant life. However, this is something Miss Mary Etta Cain, of Louisville, for some practical person, who is more familiar with conditions there is the guest of Miss Mary Alexander. at present than I am, to decide. Do not fall to see the foot races on I sincerely trust that there will be enough interested persons to the Pike at the 4th of July Barbecue. Miss Mattie Lee Moremen, of Brantake hold of this matter, so that something materially can be accomdenburg, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. plished. Sunday. B. I bee to enclose herewith chock for $1.00, for which kindly mail L.The Moremen Day program, which Children's the Bieckenridgc News to me at 4G Hudson Street, New York City, was rendered to a large and appreciatfor one year. ive audience at the Methodist church With best legards, I remain. Yours very truly, Sunday morning, was mest enthusiastically received. The little tots acquitL. L. Wilkerson. ted themselves with honor and reflect much credit upon the ladies who laborMr. Wilkerson's letter isan inspiration to old Cloverport and it is ed most unceasingly to prepare the hoped it will arouse an interest among his former fellow citizens that program. The musical selections were will be deep enough to take hold of the proposed Cemetery Associ- especially pleasing. ation. As suggested by Mr. Jeff. Hamblcton, wo believe the women of the chuiches could take up this matter and make a success of it. HARD1NSBURG It is a great work for us to do. Lot us hear from those who are interested and will encourage the undertaking. Who is willing to father the Cloverport Cemetery Association? G. Of. Bailey, Irvington, was here Fri day. MR. WILKERSON'S LETTER I have just read with much interest an articlo from JclF. Hamblo-ton- , published in your issue of Juno 12, which has reference to improving the cemetery at Cloverport. I fully agree with him that something should be done towards OF.onon T. MOODY most daring ventures over nttcinptcd. bocauso tho entire week's show Is free to everybody, not oven n nickel being posslblo in return for the expenditure. Cadlllaqua Is just a glad tlmo with Detroit footing tho bills. And tho city will smllo whllo settling. Gcorgo T. Moody, ono of Detroit's morchnnt princes, Is president of Cadlllaqua. Working with him to make tho project n success aro practically all of tho leading business and professional men of tho town. Tho publicity men who first worked out tho scheme aro tho same fellows whose ads. havo sold Detroit's record breaking output of motorcars. Tho membership work ers of Cadlllaqua aro tho samo as thoso who built up tho Detroit board of commerce to Its great strength. Tho planners and financiers behind Cadlllaqua aro' tho men whoso names aro on every man's tonguo during business hours In Detroit's dally life. all hustling to give tho rest of tho nation a free holiday In Detroit. There Is no ax to grind by any one connected with Cadlllaqua. PAPER By BAG COOKED ly Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. Ml IK Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order ON PRICES AND ESTIMATES ynffo w APPLICATION I' I I HPf" f. DONT LOSE ANY 77Af) $ START NOW BREAKFAST DISHES. Nicholas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. Our first treat of the season was a sack of fine apples from our A D. Squires, Basin Springs, was here old and good friend, .Joe Smait. He has four or five hundred apple Friday. trees this year, but remember the summer when he had a thousArthur Beard went to Louisville Mou-- , and trees loaded with the luscious fi nit. However, the apple crop, day. Insure your tobacco against lss hy while not full this year, is a good one for which we all maybe thankful. An apple a day will keep the doctor away, two will make him hail, with W. C. Moorman, Glen Dean. stay and Ave extend thanks to .foe for remembering us so generously. W. J. Schoop accompanied by his Cloverporters ought to attend the Irvington baibecue tomorrow. Go up and see those good people, get better acquainted and invite them down to our barbecue August 15. , neices, Misses Sadie and Alene Colin, of Louisville, came Monday from Stephens-por- t to .see the capital city. at the Irvington barbecue. Get out your flags tomorrow and celebrate our national birthday aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blythe. Mrs. Annie Woodson, of Kunsas City, was here Saturday morning to Big Spring where she will spend two months as the guest of her mother and sister, Mrs. Margaret Talbot and Miss Sue M. Board. Miss B. Ada Drury, of Louisville, came Saturday morning to be the truest of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. Miss Mabel McGlothlan is in Louisville as the guest of Miss Essie Biggs. en-rou- te Conductor Arch I'ulliam reported a j very Heavy rain on me urancu .uonuay He between Askins and Rock Vale. said it was a regular cloud burst and did considerable damage. T. C. Lewis, a jeweler for thirty years in Hardinsburg. Think of it. His ever act of this long time is your guarantee for fair and honeut treatment. Helm Milner ww. pyer from Union Star Monday. He reports fine crops in that section. Daviess Dow ell went to Louisville Monday. Judge and Mrs. Milton Board .spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clannie Bettie Lloyd, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lyd-daMiss n. Mrs. D. W. Henry and Miss Thelma Beauchump ore at home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Graves at Brandenburg. Mrs. E. W. Graves spent Friday with Mrs. Ernest Henderson at Basin Springs. Miss Laura Hale was called to e Friday on account of the illness of her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ashcraft, of spent Sunday hero as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hcrndon. Tho School Improvement League will hold its regular monthly meeting In the school chapel Friday afternoon, Haw-esvlllBran-denburg, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Suter, of Adams, Tenn., will arrive Wednesday afternoon to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Miss Katharine Musslcman, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Mussleman. Mrs. Jim Bolin and Miss Reba Bolin returned Thursday from Fordsville where they were guests of Mrs. Kirk. July Dr. Will Strother, of Owensboro, Mrs. Alvin Withers nud son, of Kirk, was in town Wednesday enroute home 5. Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Jeff Hamblcton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkerson, Now York, 5.00 . 25.00 $ id: Delia ven. Miss Hannah Beard returned from New York city Saturday, where she has been attending a musical college. She was delighted to get back home. S K. Carrigan, Irvington, was here Monday and filed his application for Confederate pension. He is 74 years old and is remarkably preserved for his years. W, C, Moorman, the insurance man of Glen Dean, insures your tobacco against datpage by hail, and your property against fire, lightning and wind. Write or call him up. Claude Mercer went to Brandenburg Monday by auto, to defend Mr. Cox, who. killed Dan Douell at his home last Thursday. The examining trial was set Mr. Mercer goes from for Tuesday. there to JHi&ibethtown Wednesday where he has another important case. Garfield Burden is using his traction engine for hauling logs to the depot. He has two log wagons attached. Heston Whitworth and Co. shipped n of shelled corn to Green Bros, at Falls of Rough Monday, car-loa- Eggs anJ Tomatoes. Butter a bag thickly, put Into It half a pint of tomato catsup and butter tho size of a walnut. Cook In hot oven ten minutes. Cut a square from the center of the bag, break into it, one at a time, four eggs. Cook for three or four minutes. Dish up. Cut away all the top of the bag and serve. Kippered Mackerel Fine with Kerbs. Cut salt mackerel Into fillets, lay them in a deep earthen dish, and cover with boiling water. Leave In water half a minute. Take out, wipe dry, dust with coarse black pepper, and put on top of each fillet half a teaspoonful of minced parsley, and chives of onion, and a bit of butter the size of a small walnut. Greaso a bag well, put in the fillets, seal, and cook for twenty minutes In a hot oven. Servo hot, with brown bread and butter. Marechal of Lobster and Eggs. Take the white and claw meat of a lobster, chop it small and set aside. Hub the brown meat smooth In a basin with a bit of butter and a good dust of white pepper. Add gradually half a bottle of tomato catsup. Work all well together. Put Into a bag four slices of bacon. Do not seal the bag. Cook the bacon four minutes, then take out, and put In the lobster and tomato mixture, seal and cook for eight minutes. Cut open the bag on top, put in the white meat, and make hot for four or five minutes. Lower the gas very much for this last cooking tho white meat must only get very hot, as cooking toughens It. Serve in a very hot dish, garnished with the slices of bacon. Eggs a la Tripe. Rub together an ounce of butter and an ounce of flour, cook smooth in half a pine of milk which has been flavored lightly with mace. Add to it two large thinly-slice- d onions, cooked in a bag with a little butter, and six eggs cut in halves lengthwise. Pour gently into a double bag, and make very hot In tho oven for ten minutes. Serve as quickly as possible, on a very hot dish. Eggs on Strassburg Croutons. Cut the crust from four squares of stalo bread, butter them thinly, dust lightly with pepper, and spread with a layer of folo gras. Cook for flvo minutes inside a bag, then cut open the bag and break an egg on each rquare of bread. Dust th eggs on top with pepper and a very little salt and cook for another Servo Immediately four minutes. on a very hot dish. Eggs a la Bechamel. Cut four eggs in halves lengthwise, put them Into a thickly greased bag with a gill of cream, salt and pepper to taste, and a tiny dust of powdered mace. Cook five minutes In a moderate oven, and serve he" on squares of lightly buttered toast. (Copyright, 1911, by Sturgls & Walton Company.) hard-boiled well-grease- d mp3m fmJMTBIS -- M id ft? Yaheybzit money NOW 4. Vhzff?m h&ff-TroL- i Every man Jlooks; forward to being comfortably fixed some clay, but whatever any man looks forvnrdjj to cannot be acquired over night. If you want to be comfortably fixed some day youj must begin by starting a bank account NOW. Your money is safe in the bank, and by making deposits regularly in your bank you will feel that keen pleasure of seeing it grow. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THE BANK OF HARDINSbLRG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsburg, Ky. K Hi j' ! Look Here! When You Want Insurance! 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There has recently been built, by one of the large electrical manufacturing e companies, a number of locomotives, which will operate on a traction road in South Carolina, These locomotives will be supplied with power from a circuit, which is said to t voltage be the highest high-voltag- direct-curre- nt 1,500-vol- t, direct-curre- nt direct-curren- used by any electric railwal United States. The locomotivl approximately 55 tons each, equipped with four which have a rating of 180 hpi motors will be connected in serid the combination then connected 1,500-vol- t circuit. It Is clalraeK JJJJ' locomotive will be able to haul 4W 'a, ed freight cars on a straight, levefrrbo at a speed of W miles per lar Mechanic-- , 750-vol- tl hour.T-Yioai- SJ tKB. V. ! . )1 VAc Breckenridge Nws .1, 1912 WEDNESDAY, JULY WIS PAPER REPRESENTED ADVERTISING FOR FOREIGN BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES r lUltS r For For For For For For rUK I'ULIIILAL AIftUUIM.C,TlCll3 2.50 Precinct and city Offices $ 6.00 Offices County $ 16.00 State nml District Offices 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line All Publications in the inter-es- t Irvington barbecue tomorrow. of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Robert Exshaw and son, and the governess, Miss Allen, spent Wednesday and Thursday in Louisville. F. E. Ktmmel, of Louisville, is clerk 1 in Mr. Randall's office at the shops ami If ' LOCAL BREVITIES is staying at The St. George Hotel. Master John Arthur Lawson has returned home from a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Chester Beavin, at Mattlngly. Jess Willis, of Louisville, was home Mrs Joe Harpole and daughter, MarSunday. garet Moorman, of Louisville, arrived Miss Mamie DeHaven is visiting in Sunday night to visit Mrs. Sallie Moor Greenville. man. Mrs. Wado Wilson spent Sunday in Insure your property against loss oy Evansville. fire, lightning and wind with W. C. Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh, of Louisville, Moorman, Glen Dean. Write or phone is here. him. Mrs. James Levis has returned home Miss Susie ' Black, of Addison, and from Louisville. Mr. George Clark, of Madisonville, Brabandt will be at Irvington the Ind., have been guests of. Miss Lucy Fourth of July. I rail. Miss Esther Popham has returned Miss Mildred Babbage has returned home from Louisville. home from Hopkinsville and a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McAfee; of Irving-to- n, Miss Elizabeth Skillman at Morgan-field- . were here Sunday. ' Miss Christina Neubauer, of Owens Miss Peail Jackson and Marion Jackboro, has returned home. son, of McQuady, have been visiting Miss Lucile Hawker, of Owensboro.i their sister, Mrs. McQuady at Evansville. visiting Miss Ina Bell Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill and grandA. H. Murray and Mrs. Robert Mrs. "'Polk were in Louisville last week. daughter, Miss Virginia Galloway, left if a piece of news fails to get in one Sunday for a visit to relatives in Chicago. week, see that, it goes in next week. Remember that water is the first John Lewis and Edward Morrison great need of animals in hot weather. were here from Irvington last week. Please see that yours have plenty. Mrs. Rosa Whitehouse is at Matting-l- y Animal. for a two weeks visit with relatives. Dumb Look out for hail storms this season. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowmer, of LouisInsure your toBe on the safe side. ville, spent Sunday with their parents. bacco against hail with W. C. MoorGray and Goodman shipped from man, Glen Dean. Garfield Monday 100 lambs and 0 cattle. .Don't biame the editor for anything Mrs. Elmer Gabbert and children, of that is omitted from the News when Evansville, are guests of relatives here. you have failed to v send in the inforMrs. Hebry Yeager and mother, Mrs. mation yourself . Mullen, have returned home from Irv Mrs. Benton Eubank and daughter, ington. AliCe Cleo, are spending a week in Yewell Holderis here from St. Louis Louisville with Mr. Eubank at the visiting his grand parents, Mr. and home of Dr. Fitch. Thos. Bohler. Miss Pearl Boyd has returned from Mrs. Wickliffe DeHaven has gone to Louisville after a visit to Miss Grace Texas to visit her parents, Mr. and Height Benton, who accompanied her Mrs. Bowmer. home for a short stay. "Mrs. Robert Pierce went to Linda Dr. McDonald had a delightful trip Vista, Ind., Sunday to visit her son, down the river Friday with a yatching Mr. Wallace Pierce. He was the party from Louisville. Jim Kurtz's residence, at Webster, guest of Dr. Harry Ritter. has been freshly painted and is a very Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps gave a attractive home. dinner Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn Gregory and Mrs. Hasklns. The guests were: Miss son are visiting her parents, Mr. and Jennie Mable Harris, the Misses Plank Mrs. Tom Bohler. and Mrs. Ira Behen. Misses Vanda Robinson and Nina Fred and Artis Adams are visiting at Hardin, ot Lodiburg, have been guests the home of their uncle, Mr. Fred of Miss Mary Gibson. Ferry. Fred Adams has finished school Claude R. Murray, of Williamson, W. at the Masonic Orphans' Home and Va., is visiting his parents, Mr. and will probably live here. Mrs. A. H. Murray. Mrs. Dan Shank, of Hardin Grove, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller and son, Ind., was here Monday trading. Robert, are visiting at their country Shank makes fine butter and has deGood mand for all she can make. butter is always in demand. Mr. and Mrs. DuRelle Fairleigh and children, Joyce, George and William, arrived Monday night to visit their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage, enroute to their home In Sf Louis. Mrs. Marion Ryan has been made as sistant matron at the Kentucky Children's Home Society in Louisville. Mrs George Weatherholt and Miss Stella Weatherholt expect to visit her this week. Start this week depositing cents or a dollar twenty-fiv- o Mr. Charles Sawyer left Monday for Columbus, Ohio, to visit his sister, Mrs. for your Christmas spending Everybody would money. S. D. Loyd at their beautiful home at enjoy Christmas more if Bexley. He took with him his neice, they had the cash to give the Miss Francis Sawyer. They will be gifts that it takes money to gone two weeks. buv. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham, of I'his will not only bo beneSpringfield, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Will ficial in teaching young peoLewis, of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. ple bow to bave, but will be Harry Morrison, of Louisville, formed a pleasure to old people to over Sunday at the home a house-parthave a little extra money of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison in laid up for Christmas. It is Second street. very simple, easy thing to Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad enterdo, and when onco started, tained at their home Sunday, Dr. John you soon take an interest in and Mrs. Kincheloe and Kincheloe saving money. baby, Nancy, of Hardinsburg, and Mr Those- desiring to begin and Mrs. Will Watklns, of St. Joseph, now to make Christmas a Mo., who have arrived here to spend happy one for themselves most of the summer. and others, are offored our Mrs. James B. Randall was hostess at services. a dinner given Friday night in compliment to Miss lennle Mabel Harris, .Bank, The Covers were laid forvths following: Mr. Randall, Mrs Randall, Mrs. Ira Beheu, Htrdinsburg, Ky. MIwm Eva land Edith Plank, Miss ' Harris and Mt. Dvyight Randall. n r ' " home, near Hnrdinsburg. Miests Ollie and Alice Waggoner, of Kites Run, were guests of Mr, and Mrs L V. Chapin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson nave rroved from Glen Dean and are making their home in Louisville. Mrs. Laura Hayes left Monday for Bardstown to visit her children, Dr. Ray Boone and Mrs. Boone. Thos. Del Lallunt and Frank May, of Cannelton, were guestn of Misses Eva and Eliza May Sunday. Mrs. Ambie Daniels and Miss Theo doiia Matheny will go to Owensboro this week to visit relatives. Steve, Kennedy, of Meade county, was visiting hi3 daughter, Mrs. Dr. Hendricks, at Webster last week. Mrs. R. 13. McGlothlan, of Irvington, was here Monday in the interest of the t Wa. r t s. SALE A 15 I it PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. GETS THE GOOD By For Sale horte power stationery GiuEnsInt'. Watklo mikt la eoori reKy. News, CoTorj-ort- . pair. Ilrtckt-nrldgTor Sale MortBneesiind nil kinds of leeal blanks, HreckcnrtdRo News, Cloverport, Ky. COItSALE-riee- ds, 4thJULY4th Quick Meal Suggestions for Picnic Outings or Home Lunch Canned Chicken Veal Loaf Corn Beef Hash OUT OF FOOD. For Sale Pension Certificates tlm News PENSION An t.xnct copy ofAt thoe lnucd by the I'unslon OHlcc. Oct one now befotc thoy are nil gniw. CF.TMFlCATE-.TOR SALE (.ROOM HOUSE SO with nice ve-- 1 COlt SALE A rundu and jjokI outbuilding: iwell.iind acres of toon land rlRM at thr rullrond prlpg near by. A .station. A eood pUco for a jrrocery store or a blacksmith shop. ThU properiv is nt Hock vale. Hreckln-rlds- e county. Ky. For further particulars, Ky. call on or address rue at Itockvi J. II AUimEY f Gray Cont Suit SALE Con Suit, eray wo.ilun Foil second handed, bat not worn much and wll Wurth tho price 58. Slip 3 bust, For Sale slclrt .& Inches. Write News Olllce Write White Shoes COK SALE Whlto Shoes, so'ond hind but Kood: hlrh Imttonod; size 4. Price 75c. v For Sale News Oi!lei. For Sale Hanan Lew Cuts Men's Uannn Low Cuts; COR SALK-I'- alr 1 wore one lime, size UH; 3 button; price 13. Write 76 News Olllco. Miss Clara Fisher, of Owensboro, arrived here Friday tor a short visit to Miss Jane Hambleton. They left Sunday afternoon for Loulsville.where Miss Fisher has charge of the operating room at the Jewish Hospital and Miss Hambleton the same position at Norton's. I Largest Sunflower Stalk. James Mlllinm of Wnshlngton, N. J Is the owner of what probably Is tho largest sunllower stalk ever grown. It is thirteen feet hlIi and resembles a big bouquet, for it haa 157 flowers in bloom nnd CO buds. The Future Woman. "Woman is today a parasite. Bui tho woman of the future will work.' The speaker, Lady Warwick, was narrating her views of the suffrage question to a New York reporter. She continued: "The parasitical woman will be ex tinct In a generation or two Then a certain witticism of Lord Saye and Sele's will be unintelligible. "Lord Saye and Sele attended recently a book dinner. At this dinner everybody had to represent some book title. Well, Lord Saye and Sele Just carried on his arm a petticoat. "He was representing, you see, Kipling's 'Life's Handicap'." Reports a Belled .Buzzard. Pulaski, Tenn. E. H. Whitney of Pulaski reports that a belled buzzard has been in that locality for the last two years. Mr. Whitney says this buzzard has a nest in the woods not PAPER BAG COOKED DISHES FOR far from his residence and is quite INVALIDS AND CHILDREN. tome. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Eating serves a double purpose the giving of pleasure, tho keeping up of strength. food reduces both to a minimum hence the proverb: "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." Possibly his satanlc majesty now and again nods It must have been In such a somnolent Interval that ho lot M. Soyer's system of paper bag cooking got by him. For unquestionably it Is In the way of reducing at least Thereby it will help to feed fat all tho nations of tho earth. The use of cooking is to change tho naturo of food substances, making them at once better tasting and moro digestible. Heat works by developing flavors and transforming substances. Its most important office is, howover, to break down fibor, animal and vegetable, to such a degreo as to render it easily digestible. If It Is to do this it must bo properly applied. That is to say, gontly, regularly. Slmplo food, well cooked, 13 tho foundation of happiness and paper bag cooking means good cooking. It follows naturally that the paper bag Is especially useful In preparing food for dellcato persons, and grow; lng children. Hero follow some dlshc3 that have helped build up weak and wasted people. That they will be likewise good for children, especially dellcato ones, admits of no doubt. Pigeon Roast. Take a squab, a as small as possible, or a quail, dress It whole, stuff lightly with toasted bread crumbs, adding a raisin or two, or shreds of tart applo. Season very lightly inside before stuffing. Rub a little more salt outside, but only a little. Rub also with soft butter, not melted, and dredge very lightly with flou. Then wrap In bacon, sliced as thin as possible, and put Into a buttered bag with a half teaspoonful of water. Seal and cook In n hot oven twenty to thirty minutes, depending on the size. may require thirty-Tho five minutes. Shredded Wheat and Tomatoes. Pour upon each shredded wheat biscuit required a teaspoonful of melted butter. Lay tho buttered biscuit In a bag and pile upon them thick slices of peeled tomatoes, well seasoned with sugar, salt, black and red pepper. Seal and cook for ten minutes. Servo on hot plates. A pleasing variant for children Is to use Instead of tomatoes, bananas peeled, cut In cubes, covered with sugar and lemon Juice, and cooked for eight minutes. This can bo served with cream. (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Literary Press.) one-half. "A v7 Hamburger Steak Schrimp Sardines Oranges Mushrooms Sweet, Sour or Dill Pickles Plain and Stuffed Olives Chile Con Carne Peanut Butter Bananas Cigars Salmon Candy U Order Today WE CLOSE AT NOON ON THE 4th J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. m&m squab-chlckc- n f NOTICE! Examine the jaw or molar teeth of yotu horses and mules. Note the sharp, long and uneveu rrindinpr and this will readily explain the unthriftiness of animals. Have the surface of the toeth made to an even bearing so the food can be thoroughly masticated and put in a proper condition for digestion. Note the change in the animal's condition in general and you will be convinced of tho great necessity ot this much neglected duty. No money will give larger returns than that spent in keeping your horses' teeth in the proj er condition. lam prepaied to do any kind of stock dentistry. Give mo a squab-chicke- n well-buttere- d trial. Teeth Filled for $1.50 DR. FLOYD GILLIATT n i Hardinsburg, Ky. . v All Churches and Church Societies Should Nicholas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' good-size- d Converse Proposition. Lady Warwick, at a dinner at Sherry's In New York, said, apropos of art: "Art is the pursuit of beauty." She smiled and added: "And from what they tell me of the goings-oin your Great White Way here, the pursuit of beautj; is also an art with some people." A n Club, London. Sweetbread Mackenzie. Blanch and Have a Bank Account. A New Deal. "If you remember, Wombat was married just a year ago." "I remember." "We ought to remember the anniversary in some way. Yes, Just a year ago the wedding cards were out." "Forget It. The wedding card3 are being shuffled for a new deal." WHAT'S IN A r NAME? Christmas Savings Account. Congressman Doesn't Care Whether He's Called Democrat or Republican. Tho now congressional directory lias Representative Curry of Now Mexico listed as a Republican, no is a Democrat and has the honor of being tho first representative elected in tho recently admitted state. When TUer6n Akin- - of Now York Was elected to the house, the directory listed him as a Democrat Ho Insisted iuat tho entire edition be reprinted to uhow that ho was a progressive Republican. When tho mistake was Jjrought to tho attention of Mr. Curry ho said: "Oh. let it go at that. I don't care what they call mo, as long as I know what I am." Founds Hindu Scholarships. The drst nindu scholarships in an American college have been provided for at the University of California by Sirdar Jnwalu Dlngh. a wealthy Hindu farmer of Morelnud. Cal. liar Dayol, ton Oxford graduate, now resld. ing lu San Francisco, luu devised u plan which litis u patriotic motive. Student, both men nnd women, will bo brought tioiv from IndlaCu condition that they rt'turn to their native country on graduation. Should Fix Their Drains. TwentyBix Btatea have streame which drain Into the Mississippi river. If those commonwealths would set about the business of conserving theli waters, the floods which are now causing so much fear in the south would not be in evidence every spring. y - Farmers sweetbread, make trim a If you are treakuror ot your Church, Missionary Society Epwortli Luacue, a little mlrepolr of vegetables, paying Ii.'iptKt Youdr People's Union, Sunday School or Christian Endeavor, open an attention to the color of the vegeaccount In our hank Pay out tho church money hy checks, and every member tables, and seeing that they do not can look and see where the church motey has Kone, whether for pastor's salary, brown. Cut tho sweetbread across missions or church expenses. Evtrytblnp In black and white Is the most satisfacthe center, but do not halve it. Pound tory way even In church matters where honesty and accuruteness Is thu only one ounce of pistachios and 'lay them method. Wo Invite the paturnpe of every chuich aro will render to t'n'hoJIrs and in the silt of the sweetbread. Cover l'rotestants the mme careful service and attention that Is plm to tin mculmnts tho sweetbread with the prepared and all commercial patrons. vegetables and place In a bag. Cook In a slow oven for thirty minutes. Dish the sweetbread, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK, place the other Ingredients In a fine sieve and lightly press the gravy J. C. PAYNE, Cashier through, on to the sweetbread, ' Quenelles, Take Chicken the breast of one fowl, add a pint of White sauce, and a piece of butter the size of a walnut. Pound well, mix In one egg, pass through a hair siove. Place In a basin, add a quarter pint of cream and stir well. Fprm into small quenelles , with a' spoon, place in a SUBSCRIBE NOW buttered bag, lay carefully on tho broiler, and cook for six minutes in ....FOR THE.... a hot oven. of grandfather, grandmother, Chicken and Rice Tea. Chop up and Aunt Mary, and then the half a raw chicken, wash a tablespoon-fu- l quaint pictuies of father and of rice in cold water, and mix with tho chicken. Wash a teaspoonful of mother taken just after tho war pearl barley, and add with a quarter-pin- t money couldn't buy them of cold water. Put all together from you. into a small paper bag, and cook forty to forty-fivminutes in a slow Are you forgetful of the fact oven. that futuie generations would Fllletted Poultry for Invalids. cherish just such picture- - of Mince fine a carrot, turnip and onion, DAILY, SUNDAY AND add a little minced ham, a pinch of you? sugar and salt, and lay at the bottom At Cloverport this week, and nt bag. Slice of a small the breast of a fowl cooked lay tho Irvington July 4th. Largest Circulation South of slices upon the prepared vegetables, Baltimoro C. G. BRABANDT which were cooked" beforo mincing, sprinkle with oiled butter, seal and PjlOlOClHAVHEK cook six minutes In a slow oven. Dish the fillets, put the vegetables lu a sieve and press tho gravy from BY MAIL them over the fillets. Daily and Sunday per annum $7.00 Notice Beef Tea. Put one pound of beef " steak In a paper bag, seal it, and cook " Daily only 5.00 for twelve minutes in a moderato That tesolutions of respect aro ' ' Sunday only 2.00 oven. Open the bag on a dish and published at 51 cents per lino. you will find natural gravy about the " " LOO SemMVeekly Please, do not send obituaries to meat. Cut up the steak, press out from it, strain, season to all Juice tho News without expecting to taste, and Borvo at onco in a hot cup. publication of this For chicken tea, cut up half a fresh pay for tho kind of matter. fowl, break the bones with a chopper, All the News! All the Time! put in bag with two tablespoonfub cold water, seal and cook forty-fivminutes in a slow oven. Strain into Don't Forget Alexander's Cleara hot cup, season and serve. (Copyright, 1911, by Sturgls &' Walance Sale July 13 to 20 ton Company.) well-buttere- d I ifh x Irvington, Those old Daguerreotypes Subscribe Today! I I e Journal SEMI-WEEKL- Atlanta Y ( well-buttere- d e L Subscribe Now y1 l,Jmi'" '., ! 4 EXCUSE Women! If weak, you need Cardui, tiie woman's tonic. Cardul is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and lias no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, women, tired, worn-oCardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut ME! (ho Comedy of Novelized from lha Same Name By Rapert Hughe Copyright, ILLUSTRATED From Phololraphs o( Produced lha Flay By Henry W. Savsl 1911. by 11. K. Fly Oo. CHAPTER XXII. In the Smoking Room. Wellington's divorce breakfast reminded Ashton of a story. Ashton was ono of the great ThaMtemlnds-Mfamily. Perhaps it was to the credit of the Englishman that he missed the point of this story, even though Jim mle Wellington rw It through his fog, and Dr. Temple turned red and burled his eyes In the eminently respectable pages of the Scientific American. Ashton and Wellington and Fosdlck exchanged winks over the Britisher's Blare of Incomprehension, and Ashton explained It to him again In words of one syllable, with signboards at all the different spots. Finally a gleam of understanding broke over Wedgcwood's face and he tried to justify his delay. o E57 Th Woman's Tonic ( good, Isn't it? I think I should have got it before but I'm not really myself; for two mawnlng8 I haven't had xay tub." Wellington shook with laughter: "If you're llko this now, what will you be when you get to Sin san frasco mean Frlnsanslsco well, you know "what I mean." Ashton reached round for the electric button ns If he were conferring a favor: "The drink's are on you, We"dgevood. I'll ring." And he rang. , "Awf'lly kind of you," said "but how do you make that 1 Wedge-wood- "Oh, yes, of cawsolseo It now Yes, I rather fancy I get you. It's awfully Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your ' troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. eferyBotly. Look at me! Tnl collar of Mr. Weltngton's makes me f t like i a peanut In a rubber tire." He turned ' to Foedlck. "I say, Mr. Foedlck, what else col-- ! lar do you wear?" "Fourteen and a half," said Foedlck.' "Fourteen and a half! why don't you get a neck? You haven't got a plain white shirt, have you? Our English friend lent mo this, but It's purple, nnd Mr. Ashton'a socks are maroon, and tills peacock blue tlo is very unhappy." "I think I can fit you out," said Fosdlck. "And if you had an extra pair of socks," Mallory pleaded "Just one pair of unemotional socks." "I'll show you my repertoire." ' "All right, I'll see you later." Then ho went up to Wellington, with much hosltance of manner. "By tho way, Mr Wellington, do you supposo Mr. Wellington could lend Miss Mrs. could lend Marjorle some some " Wellington waved him asldo with magnificent scorn: "I am no longer In Mrs. Wellington's confidence." "Oh, excuse me," said Mallory. He had noted that the Wellingtons occupied separate compartments, but for all he knew their reason was as romantic ns hl3 own. CHAPTER XXIII. E3KJ fW -.uat won't worry mo none as long as my mouf's open." He smacked his chops over the prospect of Intitreasury. macy with that liquid "Lordy! Well, 1'H try to control my out?" "The man that misses the point, pays for the drinks." And he rang again. Wellington protested. "But I've Jolly well paid for all the drinks for two days." Wellington roared: "That's another point you've missed." And Ashton rang again, but the pale yellow Individual who had always answered the bell with alacrity did not appear. "Where's that Infernal buffet waiter?" grumbled. Wedgewood began to titter. "We were out of Scotch, so I sent blm foi some more." "When?" "Two stations back. I fancy we must have left him behind." "Well, why in thunder didn't you Bay so?" Ashton roared. "It quite escaped my mind," Wedge-woogrinned. "Rather good Joke on .you fellows, what?" "Well, I don't see the point," Ashton growled, but the triumphant Englishman howled: "That's where you Day!" Wedgewood had his laugh to himself, for the others wanted to murder liim. Ashton advised a lynching, but tho conductor arrived on the scene In time to prevent violence. Fosdlck Informed him of the irre- loss of the useful buffet waiter. The conductor promised to get another at Ogden. Ashton walled: "Have we got to sit here and die of thirst till then?" The conductor refused to "back up for a coon," but offered to send In a sleeping-ca- r porter as a temporary substitute. Ab ho started to go, Fosdlck, who bad been incessantly consulting his watch, checked him to ask: "Oh, conductor, when do we get to the state-linof dear old Utah?" "Dear old Utah!" the conductor Grinned. "We'd 'a' been there already If we hadn't 'a' fell behind a little." "Just my luck to be late," Fosdlck moaned. "What you so anxious to be in Utah for, Fosdlck?" Ashton asked, suspiciously. "You go on to 'Frisco, don't you?" Fosdlck was evidently confused at tho direct question. He tried to dodgo it: "Yes, but funny how things have changed. When we started, nobody was speaking to anybody except k'. -- ' emotions but remember, I don't guarantee nothln'." The conductor started to go, but "And paused for final Instructions: remember after wo get to Utah we can't serve any hard liquor at all." "What's that? Don't they 'low nothln' in that old Utah but soda?" "That's about all. If you touch a drop, I'll leave you in Utah for life." "Oh, Lordy, I'll be good!" The conductor left the excited black and went his way. Ashton was the first to speak: "Say, Porter, can you mix drinks?" The porter ruminated, then confessed: "Well, not on the outside, no, is thirsty you better orsir. If you-al- l der the simplest things you can think of. If you want to command anything fancy, Lord knows what you'd get. Supposin you was to say, 'Gimme a Tom Collins.' I'd be Just as liable as not to pass you a Jack Johnson." "Well, can you open beer?" "Oh, I'm a natural born ice-creabeer-opener- ." d trie-abl- e e Wb wife, now " "Now," said ABbton, drily, "everybody's speaking to everybody except his wife." "You're wrong there," Little interrupted. "I waBn't Bpeaking mlo Interrupted. "I wasn't speaking to my wife in the first place. Wo got on us strongersb and we're strnngersh yet. Mrs. Well'n'ton is "A queen among women, wo know! Dry up," said Ashton, and then they eard tho querulous voice of tho por-r of their sleeping car: "I toll you, ildon't know nothln' about tho buffet business." The conductor pushed him in with a gruff command. "Crawl in that cago and get busy." "Still tho porter protested: "Mlsta Pullman engaged mo for a sleepln' car, not a drinkln' car. I'm a not a mixer." Ho cast a resentful glanco through tho window that served also as a bar, and his whole tone changed: "Say, Is you goln' to allow mo loose amongst all you do, I can't guarantee my Jim-ml- o a" berth-make- r, con-duck- ." them Iflsautlful bottles? Say, man, if "If you even sniff one of those boty ties," the conductor warned him, "I'll crack It over your head." "Rush It out then. My throat is as full of alkali dust as these windows." The porter soon appeared with a glasses. The tray full of day was hot and tho alkali dust very oppressive, and the beer was cold. Dr. Temple looked on it when it was amber, and suffered himself to be bullied into taking a glass. He felt that he was the greatest sinner on earth, but worst of all was the fact that when he had fallen, the forbidden brew was not sweet. He was inexperienced enough to sip it and it was like foaming quinine on his palate. But he kept at It from sheer shame, and his luxurious transgres sion was its own punishment. The doleful Mallory .was on his way to Join the "club." Crossing the vestibule he had met tho conductor, and had ventured to quiz him along the ' old lines: "Excuse he, haven't you taken any clergymen on board this train yet?" "Devil a one." "Don't you ever carry any preachers on this road?" "Usually we get one or two. Last trip we carried a whole Methodist convention." "A whole convention last trip! Just my luck!" The unenlightened conductor turned to call back: "Say, up In tho forward car we got a couple of undertakers. They be of any use to you?" "Not yet." Then Mallory dawdled on into the smoking room, where he found his own porter, who explained that he had been "promoted to the bottlery." "Do wo come to a station stop soon?" Mallory asked. "Well, not for a considerable interval. Do you want to get out and walk up and down?" "I don't," Bald Mallory, taking from under his coat Snoozleums, whom he had smuggled past the new conductor. "Meanwhile, Porter, could you give him something to eat to distract him?" The porter grinned, and picking up a bill of faro held It out. "I got a meenuel. It ain't written in dog, but you can explain It to him. What would yo' canine dcslah, sah?" Snoozleums put out a paw and Mal lory read what it Indicated: "Ho says he'd liko a filet Chateaubriand, but If you havo any old bones, he'll take those." Tho porter gathered SnoozlO' urns in and disappeared with him into tho buffet, Mallory calling after him: "Don't lot the conductor see him." Dr. Temple advanced on the disconsolate youth with an effort at cheer; "How Is our bridegroom this beautiful afternoon?" Mallory glanced at his costume: "I feel like a rainbow gone wrong. Just mx luck to have to Imrmw tram cotton-topped Through a Tunnel. Mrs. Jlmmle Wellington, who bad traveled much abroad and. learned in England tho habit of smoking in the rorrldors of expensive hotels, had acquired also the habit, as travelers do, of calling England freer than America. She determined to do her share toward tho education of her native country, and chose, for her topic, tobacco a3 a feminine accomplishment. She had grown indifferent to stares and audible comment and she could fight a protesting head waiter to a standstill. If monuments and tablets are ever erected to the first woman who smoked publicly in this place or that, Mrs. Jlmmle Wellington will be variously remembered and occupy a large place in historical record. The narrow confines of the women's room on the sleeping car soon palled on her, and sho objected to smoking there except when she felt tho added luxury of keeping some other woman outside fuming, but not smoking. And now Mrs. Jlmmle had staked out a claim on the observation platform. She sat there, putting like a and in one portion of Nebraska two farmers fell off their agricultural vehicles at tho sight of her trailing after the train. In Wyoming three cowboys followed her for a mile, ylpping and howling their compliments. Feeling the smoke mood coming on, Mrs. Wellington invited Mrs. Temple to smoke with her, but Mrs. Temple felt a reminiscent qualm at the very thought, so Mrs. Jlmmle sauntered out alone, to the great surprise of Ira Lathrop. whose motto was, "Two heads are better than one," and who was apparently willing to wait till Anne Gattle's head grew on his shoulder. "I trust I don't intrude," Mrs. Wellington said. "Oh, no. Oh, yes." Anne gasped in fiery confusion as sho fled into the Ira, car, followed by the purple-facewho Flammed the door with a growl: "That Wellington woman would break up anything." The prlia little missionary toppled into the nearest chair: "Oh, Ira, what will she think?" "She 'can't think!" Ira grumbled. "In a little while she'll know." "Don't you think we'd better tell everybody before they begin to talk?" Ira ,'glowed with pride at the thought and murmured with all the ardor of a senile Romeo: "I suppose so, ducky darling. I'll break It 1 mean I'll tell it to tho men, and you tell the women." "All right, dear, I'll obey you," she answered, meekly. "Obey me!" Ira laughed with boyish swagger. "And you a missionmajor-genera- l, cigar-smok- e d ary!" "Well, I've converted one heathen, anyway," said Anne as she darted down .the. corridor, followed by Ira, "tm who announced Uls Xxitsxrutian For Women Who Care Of course you use an antiseptic in your family and in the caro of your own person, and you want tho best. Instead of what you have been using such ns liquid or tablet antiseptics or peroxide, won't you please try Paxtlne, a concentrated antiseptic powder to be dissolved In water as needed. Paxtino is more economical, more cleansing, more germicidal and more healing than anything you ever used. C7) X- - rHHl ANTISEPTIC decay. tho teeth, removo tartar and prevent To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease germs, and purify the breath. To keep artificial teeth and brldgework clean and odorless. To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify the breath after smoking. To eradicate persolra-tio- n odors by sponge bathing. As a medicinal ntrent for local treatment of feminine ills where pelvic catarrh, inflammation and ulceration exist, nothing equals hot douches of Paxtlne. For ten years tho Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. has been regularly advising their patients to use it because of its extraordinary cleansing, healing and germicidal power. For this purpose alone Paxtlne is worth Its weight In gold. Also for nasal catarrh, 6ore throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds. All druggUtB, 35 and SO cents a box. Trial box and testimony of 31 THE PAXTONTOIUETCO.lBoTON,Mi In tlio toilet to cleanse and whiten Up women free on request. esting disclosures. BnptlM Church Mrs. Temple was caught with her arms round the doctor's neck, and ftrtlrtfei Surdity School. 0:90 a. id. C B. she blushed like a spoony girl. Mrs, LUritfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Mtt4 Wi'dni4sy 7 &tt. m, Haptlst AM; Society Foedlck was trying to disengage her Society f et Monday utter 8rco:d 9wiy, Mrs. OTcry month. .Mrs. hair from Mr. Fosdick's scarf-pin- . A. II. Pklllsian, FrvfMeM Whltcomb alono was deeerted. Mr, Pr'nchlrVKovery Pccotol and Fourth SuriAsy. Ashton was gazing devotion at Mrs. ltov. K. O. Cottrcll, Pftor. ' Wellington and trying to tell her with his eyes how velvet he had Hethodlst Church found her check. Methoriht Sunday School, 0:30a. fa. Ira D. But she" was looking reproachfully Trenching nitty Ilelion. SHtwrlntendenr nt him from a chair, and saying, not fumlii v ni a. to. and 7:30 p, m. Krnnk Lewis iiiteiiijif i cuui'iuny, l ;ti p. rasmr. without regret: LehRiie. regular "I heard everybody kissing ovory-bod- m Euwortlibuslm-s- mPfiloB HrvIeesuMlay W.S p, MS flrst Tuelay nltlit each month. Ml Mnrcarlte Hum. but I was cruelly negldcted." I'rosldent LndleV Aid .'oclety meeM first I l.kllMU Ashton's eyes widened with unbe- KlUllll'.T A..I. MAHll. Mm !'.... L.ipil!linr. fnn.... Utll I1MJIIIII 'lin III rnrsue lief, he heard a snicker at his elbow, 1'relilcnt. Lnillcs' Missionary Society "Vlrsrtl and whirled to find tho porter rub- Second Sunday In everv month. Mrs. Friday Habbajre, 1'rcMflrnt Choir practice bing his black velvet cheek and nlKlit7M, A, II .Mutray. Director, laughter. writhing with pent-uMrs. Wellington glanced the same Presbyterian Church way, and a shriek of understanding I'rritbvterlilli Sundnv School n.'m. burst from her. It sent tho porter Conmd Slppt-l- Superintendent. Prenchlwt. nvery Tiuru sunuay. icev, tinir winiMW. s till he Prayer into a spasm of meetlt Tuef day. 7 'SOii caught Ashton's eyes and saw murder Aid Society meets Wednesday m. LndW after Third In them. Tho porter fled to tho plat- Put tiny every month, mm Cha. SattcrficW. President. form and held the door fast, expecting to be lynched. Catholic Church But Ashton dashed away in search First Sunday of raeli montli. Mass.?errBOo, of concealment and soap. m., other three Sunand The porter remained on the plat- daysBenediction, I:00 u. lit 10 Ji n, hi On week days Mass at 7:W form for somo time, planning to leap a. ru. Catechetical Instruction, for thcclilld-rcon Saturdays at H'JO a. m and on overboard and take his chances rather m. nnd 2:30 p m. than fall into Ashton's hands, but at length, finding himself unpursued, he peered Into tho car and, seeing that Ashton had gone, he returned to his duties. Ho kept a close watch on Ashton, but on soberer thoughts Ashton had decided that the Incident would best be consigned to sllenco Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street . nnd oblivion. But for all tho rest or Hours: S to 12 n. m. 1 to 5 p. m, that day he kept rubbing bis lips with his handkerchief. Cloverport, Ky. The porter, noting that the' train i had swept into a granite gorge llko nn enormously magnified nlslo in a mnde-u- p Bleeping car, recognized the presence of Echo Canyon, and with ..Permanent.. it tho entrance into Utah. Ho hastened to Impart the tidings to Mr. Fosdlck and held out his hand as he extended the Information. Fosdlck could hardly believe that Kentucky exile was his over. "We're in Utah?" he exclaimed. oczjocz51o1fo1oczioEZ3 "Yassab," and the porter shoved his palm into view. Fosdlck filled it with all his loose change, then BALL & MILLER whirled to his wife and cried: "Ob, so miserable! I can't stand It "Edith! We are In Utah now! Emmuch longer." Fosdick's faco blazed with good brace .me!" e Livery, Feed and Sho flung herself Into his arms with news: "In just a little while we corno a gurgle of bliss. The other passer to the Utah line then we're sate." Stabe gers gasped with amazement. This "God bless Utah!" The rapture died from her face as j sort of thing was permissible enough Bus M '! ill In is sue caugni signi oi ur. rempie, wno in a tunnel,'but in the full light of day happened to stroll In and go to tho : Ky. Fosdlck, noting the sensation ho bookshelves, and taking out a book had created, waved his hand reashappened to glance her suringly and called across his wife's way. "Bo careful of that man, dearie," shoulder: "Don't bo alarmed, ladles and genMrs. Fosdlck hissed out of one side OVER 65 YEARS of her mouth. "He's a very strange tlemen. Sho's my wife!" He added. EXPERIENCE In a whisper meant for her ear alone: character." Her husband was infected with her "At least till we get to Nevada!" Then she whispered something in own terror. He asked, huskily: "What his ear and they hurried from the car. do you think he Is?" "A detective! I'm sure he's watch- They left behind them a bewildering us. He followed you right in ment that eclipsed the wonder of tho Trade Marks Mallories. That couple spoke to each here." Designs get other at least during tho day time. "Wo'll be very cautious till wo RnDVRisHTS Aa. . a..!.... uii.hu ai. rfa.Mtn. Irvn .maw Here was a married pair that did not AI1TOUU BeuuiiiK k .1.1.1. ommv.v. ..."" "."J to Utah." qnlcUlr oacertaln our opinion free- wnetner an clergyman, a little fuzzy in speak at all for two days and two The old Invention Is probably pntentable. on HANDBOOK Futenta brain from his debut in beer, contin- nights and then made a sudden and sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken tbroueh Munn & Co. receive ued innocently to confirm the appear- public rush to each other's arms! rptcfat notice, without cbaree. In tba Dr. Temple summed up tho general ance of a detective by drifting aimlessly about. He was looking for his feeling when he said: Lareest A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. "I don't believe inwitches, but if 1 wife, but he kept glancing at tho unof any eclentltlc Journal. Terms. 13 a easy Fosdicks. He went to the door, did, I'd believe that this train Is beypar: four months, (L Sold by all newsdealers. opened It, 'saw Mrs. Wellington finish- witched." MUNN &Co.3B,B'oadwa'NewYork Later he decided that Fosdlck was a ing a cigar, and retreated precipitateBranch Offlc. (35 F 6t. Washington, D. C ly. Seeing Mrs. Temple wandering in Mormon elder and that Mrs. Fosdlck the corridor, he motioned her to a was probably a twelfth or thirteenth chair near the Fosdicks and sho sat spouse ho was smuggling in from the by his side, wondering at his filmy east. The theory was not entirely false, for Fosdick was one of tho eyes. of The Fosdicks, glancing uncomfort- many victims of the crazy-quiMrs. Mrs. Tom ably at Dr. Temple, rose and selected American divorce codes, though ho Adkisson aud McCoy and Ektou, Henry were daughter, of other chairs further away. Then was the most unwilling of polygamists. the guests of Mrs Mary Coleman Tuesgave up his theory in day. Roger Ashton sauntered in, his eyes And Dr. Temple searching for a proper companion despair the next morning when he Mr. and Mrs. W E. Young, through the tunnel. found the Fosdicks still on the train, line, III., arrived Saturday to of MoJ be the Ho saw Mrs. Wellington returning and once more keeping aloof from guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stith for from the platform, Just tossing away each other. six weeks. her cigar and blowing out the last of Mrs. D, L. Smith and baby, of Ir- To be Continued Its grateful vapor. viugton, are uuests of M L. Board this With an effort at sarcasm, he went week. to her and offered her one of his own For soreness of the muscles, whether " Mrs. R.. H. Heaguard aud sou, Maur cigars, smiling: "Havo another." induced by violent exercise or injury, ice, of Eldou, Mo., are visiting her par She took It, looked It over, and nothtug better than Chamber- ents, Mr. ana Mrs. u w. smun. parried his Irony with a formula she there h This liniment also lain's Liniment. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dowell, of Irving had heard men use when they hate relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by ton, were the week-eu- d guests of Mrs to refuse a "Thanks. 111 ucu. xMeaius, you don't all dealers. smoke it after dinner, if MK and Mrs. Aleck Stith, of Los Aul mind." neks. Cal.. are euests of Mr. and Airs "Oh, I don't mind," he laughed, then A Newsboy's Discovery. Forrest Stith, bending closer he murmured: "They we are coming to a tunnel, a Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith eutettalnej tell me Sua nice, long, dark, dismal tunnel." a news- a number of friends and relatives birttl Dr. J, R. Miller tells about Mrs. Wellington would not tako a boy who was in the habit of running day in honor of Mr. Smith's 75th dare. She felt herself already eman- after a gentleman on the ferry boat and day. There weie 28 present. Mrs. Minnie Tavlor and cmluret cipated from Jlmmle. So sho answered fond Mable, Jessie and Thomas, of CorydoJ Ashton'a hint with a laughing chal- brushing his coat with affectionate ness. One day the gentleman asked Ind., are the guests of Dr. and airs. lenge: "How nice of tho conductor to ar- him; "Why are you so careful with me A. Baxter. range It." every morning?" The boy answered: Misses Maude aud Mattie Adkissoil Attended the ice cream tut Ashton smacked bis lips over the "Because once, when you bought a pa- nf prospect. per, you saitl, 'My child.' No one ever per Saturday night, and were thegttesj And now tho porter, having noted called me his child before. That's the ot airs, wary toieman. I Mi.. Ttnt1fr ntirl son. William. Ashton's Impatience to reach the tun- reason. I love you for saying that to nel, thought to curry favor and a Gnrfield, visited Mrs. Gid. liutler thj boy had quarter by announcing Its approach. me." It was the first love the week. found in this world, and it was like He bustled in and made straight for Mf. and Mm. G. W. Smith. Mrs. Ashton just as the tunnel announced heaven to him. II. Beaguard and Miss Pauline Sml It is a blessed moment when the boy went to Hill Grove Sunday to via Itself with a sudden swoop of gloom, a great Increase of the hears God's voice calling him and ans- Ellshu Smith. clang of tho locomotive wers it with loving service and a good f and a Miss Edith Cundiff visited Miw Ka( bell. erme Roberts this week at her he life. near Guston. Out of the Egyptian darkness came tho unmistakable sounds of osculation M T.erlc Krvmlre. of Louisville. For earache, toothache, pains, burns, j, S, Board. In various parts of the room. Doubtsore throat, try Dr. Thomas' the guest of her father, less, It was repeated in other parts of scalds, remady for Ml Claire Board, of Hill Grove, ws the train, There were numerous coo- Eclectic Oil, a splendid the guet of Mrs. W. b. lioara ex- emergencies. ing sounds, too, but nobody spoke i cept Mrs. Temple, who was beard to murmur: I'Mieville Evening Louisville (Evening Pot "Oh, Walter, dear, what makes your News ami BreckWldge hragtV aa fnnnvl" one year 13.50. I I hcre-and-the11 y, to the bftRgage car and dig up ale old Prince Albert." In their 'flight forward they paeeed the myeteriotM wwnaa In the stateroom. Thar vf&re too full of their own mystery te give thought to hers.' Mrs, Fosdlck went timidly prowling toward the observation car, suspecting everybody to be a spy, aa Mallory suspected everybody to be a clergy-- 1 man In disguise. As she stolo along tho corridor ' past the men's clubroom sho saw herj husband husband her wearily counting the telegraph posts nnd Humming them up into miles. Sho tapped on tho glass and signalled to him, then passed on. He answered with a look, then protended not to havo noticed, nnd waited a few moments before ho roso with an elaborate air of carelessness. Ho beckoned tho porter and said: "Let me know tho moment wo enter Utah, will you?" "Ynssnh. Wo'll bo comln' along right soon now. Wo got to pass through the big Aspen tunnel, after that, befo' long, wo splounco Into old Utah." "Don't forget," said Fdsdlck, ns ho sauntered out. Ashton perked up his cars at the promise of a tunnel and kept his eye on his watch. Fosdlck entered tho observation room with a hungry look in his wife luscious eyes. His put up n warning finger to Indicate Mrs. Whltcomb's presence at the writing desk. Fosdick's smllo froze into a smirk of formality and he tried to chill his tone as if ho wcro speaking to a total stranger. "Good afternoon." Mrs. Fosdlck answered with equal ice: "Good afternoon. Won't you sit down?" "Thanks. Very plcturesquo scenery, isn't it?" "Isn't it?" Fosdick seated hlmseir, looked about cautiously, noted that Mrs. Whltcomb was apparently absorbed in her letter, then lowered his volco confidentially His face kept up a strained nrctense of Indifference but his whisper was passionate with longing: "Has my poor little wlfey missed her poor old hubby?" "Oh, so much!" sho whispered. "Has poor little hubby missed his poor old wife?" "Horribly. Was she lonesome in that dismal stateroom ail by herself?" now-and-the- n Next came a little yowl of pain in Mrs, Fosdick'e voice, and then daylight flooded the car with a rush, as if time had made an Instant leap from midnight to noon. There were Inter- CHLRCHJ DIRECTORY Clivirpbrt Churches . 1' I 1 fc p 0.-4- , yah-yah- n DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist m Dr.W. B.TAYLOR I I Dentist I twelve-hundred-mll- e Irvington. I ! near-slghtedl- y oaoooooaom Hardinsburg, Scientific Htnericatn lt ,- - gift-ciga- r: Tn-rnt- i. train-noise- s far-of- . 3sty. $3.50 $3.50, ' ?, $yt3ge "T v .'. u AIRY MAN FIRST Cadillac's Steps From LaChine, Quebec, to Detroit, Retraced by His Modern Impersonator Jw1 TJTjiiilRjBWw . SETTLER larden of Eden Located Near South Pole by Noted English Scientist. After n Btudy or the differ nt parts of tho skeletons, Professor elth nnnouneos thnt tho prehistoric Tien whose remnlns have been dissevered recently In Kent resembled ho nttlvo Australians, writes a correspondent This Is true, he lays, of paleolithic man In Europe. He adds thnt In Tasmania and Aus .ralla fifty yoars ngo there existed, jldo by side, comparatively early itagos of tho division of tho primitive auman raco Into negroes and 30 was, PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. INSURES ECONOMY OF FUEL By Martha McCulloch Williams. Paper bag cooking economizes fuel tho fact is demonstrable, beyond a doubt. Particularly If tho fuel Is gas. The figures to follow arc given for ga3, but are easy of trans latlon Into coal heat or even oil. Tho oven of a gas range turned on full, burns twenty feet of gas an Commonly hour for each flame-ba- r. there are two bars thus, tho hourly consumption at full head Is forty feet. Tho giant burner on top likewise, at full head, consumes twenty feet an hour, tho small burners, each ten feet. Thne a stove In full commission for pot and pan cooking consumes ninety feet an hour. Now, for paper bag cooking the oven must bo lighted and turned on full for eight minutes beforo anything goes Into It; It must also burn full strength forseven minutes longer. Thus, It consumes ten feet of gas at tho outset Turning out ono burner to f reduce tho heat at tho end of the seven minute period reduces consumption to fifteen foet for tho rest of tho hour, making a total of twenty-flvfeet against .forty. But roasting does not demand that a burner goes full turning It down might save five feet In tho hour. Thus tho not of gas on tho oven account Is ten feet. But there are other accounts. By help of paper bags, you can not merely roast In tho oven, but cook at the same time a couple of vegetables and bake a plo or pudding. With a small roast you may even cook three vegetables, thereby leaving unllghted three upaer Jets, which would mean a saving of thirty feet of gas an hour. Cooking thus solely In the oven means a saving of fifty feet of gas an hour. Nor Is this even all the story. Mysteriously, things cook more quickly In bags than out of them, Tho saving In time Is to Putting this at the lowest, and estimating the whole range consumption of gas nt ninety feet, there Is a saving of fifteen feet Add them to tho fifty feet already In credit, and tho sum Is flattering, indeed, to the paper one-halo hour-savin- g one-fifth Buy Land and Make Money n London. ififeiA MWrrTfc.vr.- rnrrrTv?r wwfn--fi- c .v- Lou-to- n white y Iff' ROUTE 7 OTTAWA j strictly speaking, neither nor bjnek, but ho was moro lalry than any human raco now Nor Is It unlikely that men In vho most ancient times dwelt In tho llv-n- As to tho color of the original man, Your emicst way to mnko money is to buy land in Hreckerjr,idge county Western hind ha-- ! had its duy. Old Kentucky is tho idenl spot in nil this country for climntc. for good crops, for good living, for jrood people, nncl pood, long life. Brec'iinridgo county has better und chenper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and. the Ohio river. The people arc prosperous rtnd land is cheap. Now is your timo to buy. Lund has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in tho last ten years. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your name and address and we will keep you in tdutih with our bargains. The Hrei'kcnridgo News has a customer for a small, well improved farm, jrood lund near a gool school; pjessijn at once; $2,000 to fc5,000 cn.-- h to pav. located on the railroad No I I) l',2i('''"from mlu' pood barn Y' vinirton.on rurul andcrlb. rr'isoi)it)lygoodhou.ii well rouic Ooodfrumi' dwelling; a roums iitnl d, outlet o .very side Portion of water- II. L. veriindu: pood burn ,10x5oj ttMiiint house; 137 iicres under lIuwj 1(0 awot pr.isii Kurtz farm Price frl.OPO U iicres In Umbo rj well w.iterefl. cistern I2J acres, pood and luvel land, und 19 Kovl ponds. 3J to 10 bushels com und U0 pounds No all land cleared, well tobacco to iicre. Uood clover bind tuys wavy located; 3 miles from Irvlnpton. Price 3,300 to level location Ideal and In one of the best nelRhborlmoas in the county Trice !l.-tcash Terras on balance No I .1 zv ,lcCM 'yInR l0 valley; 5 room dwelllngnnd 3n ,u;rt', 3 d111 bouses, large tobacco barn; 2 hull: Stenant IMn 'rem railroad. miles south of Kirk, a mile from school well watered. 2 springs near barn; on Rural Itoute. .3 i0" acres ' m,le 'row Kkrou. Meude level; all can No I I"", acres, ICO pjod dwellings; ba mllu graded school, pood land J Vr 1 2 feedlnrns. hi tobicco barn; 3 ml.es from acres: well Sample, has. terms. Nf A Uood Stock Farm. JCi Acres. 3 WantedSmall Farm i i Fr77 KVwaA1 F , No. 1. A Fine Home Farm miles from ''irii Oj 1 . i No MAP SHOWING TRAVERSED BY CADILLAC. It was 211 years ngo when" Chevalier ("Antolne do la Motto Cadillac started 'from LnChlne, Quebec, and eventually landed and founded n trading post on tthe site where tho great city of De Tho French explorer and soldier of fortuno had with him 'fifty soldiers and fifty nrtlsans. The f expedition was financed .by Count LPontchar train of Franco. Tho trip of this navigator and happy- wayfarer was beset with hardships, quarrels with Indians, privations and disappointments, but the lilies of Franco wero eventually plant ed on tho shores of what is now Dey troit now stands. To inaugurate Cadlllnqua, a water fete to bo held In Detroit annually the last week In July in celebration of Cadillac's founding of the city, a modern hero Is making tho same trip thnt Imaglno tho differCadillac made. ence In traveling which 211 years have made. The hostile Indlnns who made war on the real Cadillac and his sturdy voyagers are now the most docile citizens of Canada. The Ottawa river Ji troit July 22, 1701. no longer Imperils tho voyager, and the portages near lake Nlplsslng nro no longer pitfalls for tho weary traveler. Georgian bay, an unknown region to the white man when Cadillac crossed It, Is not expectqd to thwart the progress of the modern Cadlllnc, nor Is It expected that Lake Huron will prove a mystery or a linndlcnp to the entour-ng- e of the 1912 hero, cTullllnc. On the contrary, every luxury will feature the trip being made by the twentieth century Cadillac. Instead of being mot and hnrassed by savage redskins, he will bo picked up In Lnko St. Clair by Colonel Frank J. Decker's magnificent steam yacht Halcyon and escorted to the city by tho largest fleet of boats ever assembled on fresh water, including revenue cutters, naval reserve boats and police patrol motorboats. Governor Osborn will bo nboard Colonel Hecker's flagship, and Cadillac will hear sixteen guns, tho governor's salute, from every revenue cutter and government boat as the flagship passes. Indeed, times have changed. K miles from Irvlnpton. on route. This land Is a little rolling but rural does not wash Price rlpbt -J- iio. I). Huubupu, Cloverport. Ky, HejuitUully located one mile frjm No 5 ," "Jf town. 100 ucreti practically ail icvel land, unlmprovpu; pood 'endue Ideal spot for dairy farm Price reasonable. rtte.Itio. U Htbb.-.go- . Cloverport. Ky. ,25ao.r No 7 pood lovelI mile South of Uock vale. land, 4 room dwelling tenant bouse and necessary outbuildings. Reboot house and church In 3j0 yards. Price tl.KiOcisli. pruss. "lock nZT.!1"1!1'0'1 dwel"nfi liclover, barn, tobacco, corn, HLd 4 'cultivated; No I l" nC"s I wile i:.ist of Olen IJcanj eood. stronp lime soil, watered by wells and springs, ou stone pood county road, iie.ir pood school and churches. tuw tobacco b.irn cott 31,200, 3 .stock barns, cood tenant hnises, line clover and grass land. Price ftl.100 lu No IU McQaudy Price tince in yearly payments. s ' '"'res locited J mile north of ,OJ0. K cash Group of Tasmanlan Natives. FOUNDATION Nothing Can IT IS NOT TO LAUGH AT Undermine Cloverport, Playwright Has Wholesome Fear of Ridicule, Most Powerful of It In Intellectual Weapons. The playwright's eleventh command, rnent Is, "Thou shalt not get thyseir laughed at." Ridicule has always been a most powerful Intellectual weapon and one against which, when skilfully used, it is difficult to offer an effective defense. But tho playwright's fear of getting himself laughed at is not a personal ono at all. At least, it Is from a purely professional point of view that ridicule appears to him most perilous. Once I wrote a novel. I never did bo much work beforo or since tor $135.75, and yet I sometimes envy the novelist. At all events, he is master of his own pages. No cat can walk Into the middle of page 108 with-od- t his consent. No blundering flyman can ruin the climax of his "big act" by lowering the curtain too soon or too late. Tho pet comedy scene ot his book Is never spoiled and blurred by the arrival In the midst of It of some bibulous party. Just from a very gay dinner, falling over every one's feet on the way to their seats In the middle of a row. Fire engines never shriek past the doorway of his pages just as the hero Is saying plaintively to the sympathetic heroine, "But why do I tell you all this?" Nobody In the front row ever falls In a fit and has to be carried out by tho ushers right in the middle of his funniest paragraph. All his doors close when bo closes them and stay closed till he opens them. His actors always say what he tells them to say. A. L. Thomas in the Now York Tribune. Peop'e are sometimes slow to recog- true merit, and they cannot be amed for so many have been hum- feed in the past The experience of luudreds of Cloverport residents, ex- ressed publicly through newspapers nd other sources, places Doan's Kid- "ney Pills on a firm foundation here. W. M. Johnson, prop, of restaurant. Cloverport. Ky., says: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills and I consider them an excellent kidney remedy, r You are at liberty to publish my six tner endorsement of them. years I was allllcted with kidney trouble. I had pains in the small of my back and was lame when I got up in the morning. I tired easily, felt languid and was nervous. Dizzy spells ,and headaches also bothered me and the passages of the kidney secretions were too frequent, obliging me to get up at night. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me great relief." For sale by all dealers. Price BO Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take uo other. ize for-FoFoster-Mllbur- n south polar regions. Professor Keith regards some of the original Tasmanl-an- s as the earliest historical types of the negro. This typo has been extinct only half a century. Still, this Tasmanlan was, according to Professor Keith, a very highly evolved man, from a zoological point of view. Ho regards It as a striking fact that In every large area where primitive races are found In the southern half of the old world, neighboring representatives of tho Tasmanlan and Australian stocks are also to bo found. This would Indicate that the "seat of the human race" the Garden of Eden, as many would say was not in Asia at all, and not even In the Mediterranean basin, as was held by the late Professor Daniel G. Brln-tothe American ethnologist, but may have been away off down toward the south pole. The latest researches make It convincingly clear, asserts Professor Keith, that tho outline of the brain chamber of tho negro skull Is totally different from that of apea and of the neanderthal, or extremely ancient European men. The broad and short faces and prominent cheek bones ot the negro, he says, depend on tho ro bust development of the teeth and muscles of mastication. The prominent Jaws are due partly but not entirely to the size of tho teeth. The protuberant Jaws give not only large mouth and palate, but ample passage Tor air through nose and throat. The small Jaws of Europeans, according to the professor, are due to an arrest of normal growth providing a place for the permanent teeth. college. located No I 7 2:D.ac.r,-,- one of the near Irvlnpton Tills Is best farms in that section. Under high stuteof cultivation dwell-from well Improved; No R "i acres. 3 m.les rooms Kirk, porch, . an Ideal place. good orchard; well watered: '"K'K stry ami Price tlO.OOO; fjcusli, balance well, small tenant house, pood barn und on easy payments. and stable, pood orchard. 100 acres In ono "W HCres Hurdlns-';Nn O Two tracts the other: 124 acres and No 12J acres In lo,"' 1J burg, countytnlle'i lro'o lmprov-prl- " seat: well ! cated 3 mllo. from Uardlnshurg; 100 acres 3 mien: 1mi lx.t. f.irmw in ilmixntnti, mliKs from II irned; ft mllo of Klngswood S4.000. iin one-sixt- four !,?r 552 oiendeane. 3 V6,jyvill fresh lP acresmiles mllesjwestot from branch railroad;. land; 100 iicres in cultivation; 50 acres lu grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tobicco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwelling; log dwelling. ' rooms and side roomi good stable; 3 too icco barns; 3 tenant bouses. of soi. 11 fruit. Puriner particulars address Pieuty of good timber for farm pur poses i Jno n. It.ibb.tge, Cloverport, Ky. good fund to clear. Price S.'.OOO H cash. 941 $3 jJJVJ ii.iiiui.iu; Wittered: lays we I; good young orchard; good timber : on rural route : school house few yards fro-house: improvements; gojd four room dwelllnp with kitchen on back porch: two good btrns; birn and tenent house and cistern back In the Held; meat and hen house; woodshed; will sellon easy payments; plenty 3 mles ' ' till I...-- tmtWH I" IC1 trQln UU5WU, wpII (...- bag. UNION STAR. Little Story of Pie Baking. had baked a pie a la Soyer and found It good. Notwithstanding, I resolved to show myself exactly tho worth of the I made up puff paste enough for three pies, rolled out the crusts and filled a pan, using cooked fresh peaches for a filling. I put it on to cook, in Its naked majesty, noting the tlmo accurately. It took ten minutes to roll crusts, fill, and put In a greased bag the second pie. The oven was so hot by that time that I slacked the heat a minute after putting In pie number two. After twenty minutes thirty minutes from putting In the first pie I looked In the oven. Tho naked pie was cooking creditably enough, yet was and tho crust still dentable to the touch. Further, there were bubbles of syrup' along sundry spaces of the edge. I turned on a little more heat and left tho two pies to coc fifteen minutes longer. Tho naked one was then a pale, delicate brown on top, with rather a hard undercrust The bag was brown all over and so crisp the corners crumbled at the touch. But from It came a pie beautiful to behold light, not pale brown, crisp and flaky as to crust, ready to leave the pan at the first tilt, for a plate. (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated Literary Press.) A I bag-cookin- The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KV. Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: SO CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH pale-face- d, THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey II to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and econQTi I seal standpoint. FOK A LIMITED TIME The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND will be sent to Prompt paying und TWAIN AND THE OFFICE BOY How the Late Humorist Rebuked His Wit an Officious Youth. by Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richardson and son, of Louisville, who have been visitSAVORIES FOR SUPPER. ing their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson, returned to By Nicholas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. their home Sunday. Fish Roe a la Soyer. Place half Jesse Gardner, of Irvington, has teen the roe on top of a piece of buttered the Ruest of Saxton Dutschke. toast, put peeled mushroom on top, add salt and pepper to taste, and a Mrs. Horace McCoy, who was organllttlo piece of butter. Place tho other ist ut the Stephensport revival returned halt of the roo on top of the mushhome Sunday. room, add a little cayenne pepper, a In renewing, State whether you want The Kentucky Farmer One Year, $1 ZSend Subscriptions To Cloverport, Ky. New Subscribers, both . The Breckenridge News JI BEWLEYVILLE Miss Betsy Moorman, of Glen Dean, has been visltliitf Cnas. D. Hardaway the past week, aud ou Sunday the host and hostess entertained in her honor. Those present were Misses Carra D. Mexico, Is spending her vacation her brother Roy. Misses Annie Chappel aud Dutsc of near Webster, were visitors at Clnrlle Anderson's last week. Miss Hovle Minter, of High Plal spentJast week at L. G. Millers. Alec Stith, of California, dropped In last week to see his brother William. Mrs. Rosa Carter is visiting friends at Custer. Z. T. Stith's addition to residence is nearlng completion. John Burnett, of Hardin county, was a visitor of C. H. Drury's Monday. He paid his respects at the Court of Bourka Cochran. rMark Twain did not cherish a fondless for tho averagd office boy. lie The Ever Faithful Dog. had an Idea that tho gonlus was in sufferable, and Invariably when the humorist sallied forth Into some busiThe doc is the only animal that ts ness office there was immediate armed hostility between him and the capableof disinterested affection. He boy. Is the only one that regards the hu. One day Mark went to seo a friend being as his companion, and fol' at bis office, and the office boy on man " lows him as his friend; the only one guard, In Icy tones, said: "Whom do you wish to see?" that seems to possess a natural desire Mark mentioned his friend's namo. to be useful to him, and from a sponta"What do you want to see him neous Impulse attaches himself to man. .about?" camo next from the boy. up Ma'rk Twain Immediately froze We exact from the dog the service and then with a genial smile, he said: that Is required of him, and he still fol"Tell him, please, I want to ask his lows us. He solicits to be continued as hand In holy matrimony" our companion and our friend. Many an expressive action tells us how much Should Fix Their Drains. he Is pleased and thankful. He shares Twenty-sistates have streams our abundance and he is content with wkloh drain into the Mississippi river. K those commonwealths would set the scantiest and the most humble fare. afeevt the business of conserving theii He loves us while living, and has been utters, the floods which are sew oaus-ta- known to pine away on the grave of m mueh fear la the setith would his human master, Dumb Animal Magazine. Mt be In evidence every eeria. x Subscribe Now Lawson, of Hawesville, was the guest of Miss Maggie Cart Sunday. Miss Brook Hall is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Roland Smith, of Stephensport. The Board of Trustees met here Saturday to elect the teachers. Horace McCoy has our school. Among those from here who attended church at Stephensport Sunday were: Misses Francis Severs, Brook Hall and Ruth Wwgena&t, Messrs, Ivan Jolly, Roy Bassett, Buhrman Dowell and Willie Dutschke. D. B. Moving Days. and Mrs. Carl Klshen have moved into the home of the'r mother, Mrs. Tousey, who will live with them. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tague will move into Mrs. Geer's house In Second 6trect. Mr. and Mrs Charhs Jackson expect to move into their residence In Second and Vernon streets, soon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone will move the fifteen to The Den to make it tholr home Mr. 't FMft AkWUMUf'S ClMT anct tote kiy 13 to 29 Subscribe Today! Wi Cm Print That Pilule Bill I pinch of grated cheese (Parmesan, or any other kind), a few bread crumbs and another piece ot butter. Place in buttered bag, seal up and place on broiler. Allow ten minutes In a hot oven. Savory of Lobster. Cut a small lobster from head to tall. Cut tho flesh into small dice. Put in small stewpan with one tablespoonful ot whito sauce, one tablespoonful ot cream; add salt and cayenne or other pepper to taste, and one teaspoonful of grated Parmesan. Mix up well, and placo In the cavity of the shells. Put a llttlo grated Parmesan on top, and a little bread crumb and butter. Put in a paper bag. Place on broiler. Allow ten minutes In hot oven. Savory Oysters. Tako two of whito sauce, ono of grated cheese, ono tablespoonful of cream, tho liquor from the oysters and seasoning to taste. Take half a dozen deep oyster shells. Put a little of the abovo mixture at the bottom; then put the raw breaded oyster In the middle. Add a little more of the sauce on top, with a little bread crumb and a small piece of butter. Place your buttered bag on the broiler, put your oysters carefully Inside, seal up and allow eight mlautea In a very hot oyeri. (Copyright. 1911, by Sturgle ft Wal-totable-spoonfu- la 1 Frakes, Allene Hardaway, Mact'le Scott and Zalma Strother; Messrs Jno. Witt, Waiheu Drury, Herman Barnett and Wlnlleld Scott. James P. Drury, just iu from Fort Myers, Florida, stopped by a few days with his father, C. H. Drury. Thence on to Brandenburc Mrs. D, C. Moorman and dauehter, Betsy, of Glen Dean, spout Saturday and Sunday with T. P. Hardaway. Marlon Childs, of Brandenburg, was in the neighborhood Friday, Patch Shacklett, of Ekron, was at C. H. Drury's Wednesday. Richard Carman is on the sick list, and at this writing Is critically ill of appendicitis. Drs. Meador and Walk-e- r ara In attendance. Mlsa Bevl Cain, our Missionary to il Dinner Party At Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Juuies Tiulus gave a dinner Sunday at their home at Holt. The guests were: Mr. aud Mrs, Carl Timus aud Miss Klolse Miller, of St. Louis, Godfrey Ball, of Athens, Ohio, "S miprtiiftn Dull, nf ITnrflf itatinrfr Mr Mrs. Millard Frank aud daughter, Alice, of Irvlugton. a1 n Ceapaiy,) Subscribe Right Now. A O , everyijody. Look " 7- - - - K r. --. Jf U.nrrf - 1 - '"" . ' pAgfSVapaaMssn hisji DIVORCED FROM DEAD MAN : sji l: t, i"i THE OPPORTUNITIES OF A VACATION. n n,irmin Statement of Condition of jiwwjMwjrfji ij Contributed by Mm. Fnncls Mnrlon Smith u "k 'i nrJim " ' w j Queer Requirement Made In Franca That Official Records May Ba Completed. In France, as In some other coun tries, every citizen has an official history. Not as varied ami interesting as his real history, but still important. Prom this there follow at times quaint consequences. If a woman Is married, for example, a wife she remains officially though the husband may bo missing. Consider tho case of the painter who went fishing on Anthle bay. He has not slnco been seen. Tho body of one man who wont with him was wnshed ashoro lifeless. You would call this tolerably ponvlnclng proof that his wife had been made a widow. Sho thought so and In due time she sought to havo It recorded In her official history that sho was a widow. We arc familiar with applications to a court of Justice for leave to presume tho death of persons who have vanished. But the French Judge was not to bo so easily persuaded as our courts. The wife was In her offlclal history a wife and there was no certificate to Justify her appellation being changed to widow. Without a certificate or reasonable documentary evidence no man obviously ought to die. There was a way round. The be reaved woman applied for a divorce on the ground of desertion. Sine's death Is beyond dispute the most complete kind of desertion, the court of decided that she could not be denied. So the widow Is recognized as an Independent woman and apparently both the law and she are satisfied. But you will observe that the official history must now record the wife of a dead man as a divorcee, which does not seem very creditable to official history. Mon-treu- ll The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Harclinsburg, Ky., &i - at the close of business June 29, 1912. V "There is nothing oil earth that will so gallery of charm and beauty. They find slake the thirst of the soul ns the beauty lathe landscape, the valley, the mountwhich expresses itself in sweetness nnd ains, the fields, the meadows, the light. flowers, the streams, the brooks and the "An old traveling man relates that rivers, riches that no money can buy; once when on a trip to the Wast he snt beauties that would enchant the angels. nest to an elderly lady who every now Hut this beauty and glory can not sec and then would lean out of the open them, appreciate them, who can read window and pour sonic thick salt it their message and respond to their nf bccmcd to him from a bottle. When finitv"Have you ever felt the marvelous she had emptied the bottle she would Dower of beauty in nature? If not you rcfdl it from a handbag. "A friend to whom this man related have missed one of the most exquisite the incident told him he was acquainted joys in life. "I was once Koing llvrough the Yo- with the lady, who wis a great lover of flowers and an earnest follower of the Semite Valley, and, after riding 100 precept, 'Scatter your flowers as you go, miles in a stage coach over rough mounfor you may never travel the same road tain roads, I was so completely exhaustagain ' He said that she ndded greatly ed that it did not seem as though I to the beauty of the landscape along the could keep my seat until we traveled railroads on which she traveled by her over the ten more miles which would custom of scattering flower seed along bring us to our destination. But on the track as she rode. Many roads have looking down from the top of the mounthus been beautified and refreshed by tain I caught a glimpse of the celebrated this old lady's love for the bcautifuland Yosemite Palls and the surrounding her effort to scatter beauty whcre er she scenery just as the sun broke through the clouds, and there w.J revealed a went. we could all cultivate a love of the picture of such rare beauty and mar"If beautiful and scatter beauty seed as we velous picturesqueness that everypar-ticleo- f fatigue, brain fag and muscle go through life, what a paradise this weariness departed in an instant. My earth would become! "What a splendid opportunity a vacat- whole soul thrilled with a winged sense ion in the country offers to put beauty of sublimity, grandeur and beauty, into the life: to cultivate the aesthetic which I had never before experienced faculties, which in most people arc and which I never can forget. I felt a wholly undeveloped and inactive! To spiritual uplift which brought tears ot some it is like going into 1 God's great joy to my eyes.'' Exchange. - RESOURCES. Notes and Bills . . . : . Cash in Safe Cash in Other. Banks Stocks and Bonds . . -. . , . . : Banking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures . ' . $317,032.24 18,743.90 47,321.86 1,762.49 0,000.00 0,000.00 w . ft 1 Total, . . . ". $384,860.49 ! LIABILITIES. ' . Capital Stock Paid in :: ..;, '. . . Surplus Earned . Undivided Profits . v . Reserved for. Taxes . . Dividend No. 44, 5 per ct., Due July . . . . Doposits . t. .' . $50,000.00 20,000.00 . 4,328.55 . 1,000.00 1, 2,500.00 307,031.94 , Total, . . . $384,860.49 C -- 1 GLEN DEAN i The German Navy In 1912. from Cotnmodora W.II. Beehler's "Germany :is a Se.i Power" In the luly Contury. WHY THE PLANETS COLLIDE - 7 Jell Dillon spent several days here last week at the Mattlngly house. U. S. Postal Savings Bank was opened here Monday. W. R. Moormin & Sons report 135 jacres wheat cut, it will average they .hlnk about 10 bushels to th3 acre. ,i','3t.ZMr. and Mrs. J. M. Howard are making some beautiful, improvement to the Smith home they purchased recently. When completed it will be one of the most attractive homes in Glen Dean. Mrs. JeffD. Owen returned home Monday from Louisville. She came as far as Brandenburg in the gasoline launch with Mr. Chas. Moorman who brought his son, JMr. Bert Moorman and his wife homo for aj visit. The former Meade county boy is a progressive vaudeville performer and was at Fountain Ferry last week. Said several from Brandenburg went to see him while he was at the Park. His stay to his old home in Brandenburg will be quite a pleasure. Others To Follow Mrs. Ida Nottingham says she ap-- . preciated the notice in the News about her house. She has been trying hard to get everybody to paint up and clean up in Lodiburg. There will be some ,more nice notices coming when they all gel busy. There is no better work to do and' none that pays better. Gravity and Other Agencies Are- at Work In Bringing Stars Together. The German naval program provides thirty-eigh- t that the navy shall consist of There Is good reason to believe that battleships, twenty large armor- the bodies In space both luminous cruisers, and dead occasionally fall together, ed cruisers, and thirty-eigto be in active service by IIJI7. All of and his conception of such an event these ships are to be modern In every was given by Prof. A. W. Blckerton respect, as no vessel over twenty years in a late Royal Institution lecture. old is considered efllcient, and such The collisions do not come at ran dom. Gravity and other agencies are must be replaced by a new ship. at work, and before two suns collide As the eight battleships still buildthey come Into each other's Influence ing will be completed within a yeai, for hundreds of years, being drawn thirty-eigthe prescribed strength of towards each other with constantly Inwill have been attained; but there is creasing speed. As the velocity would agitation in the Reichstag for an en- be proportionate to size, the collision larged program, consisting of would take place in the same time s of an hour for all battleships, and other ships in about proportion, which seems likely to be bodies. With the collision the two stars become a new one, the tremenadopted. dous speed Is suddenly converted into 1.13 The German navy his destroy ers, ranging from 3OO to 0S0 tons, and heat, and the explosive force expands the law provides for building twelve the new star at the rate of millions of miles an hour. This, Professor Blcktorpedo destroyers annually. There arc twelve submarines, and erton believes, explains the origin of the Reichstag appropriated $1,750,001) Nova Persel, which suddenly flashed last year for additional submarines. out in 1901 with 10,000 times the brilliancy of our sun. This star became the brightest in tho heavens except BABY TO TALK ESPERANTO. Slrlus, and was the most brilliant new Only the "Universal" Language to Be star that has appeared In 300 years. Taught to Buetler Child. A clrl baby born to Mrs. John ConAn Expert Name Manufacturer. rad Huetler of Detroit will be educated At a dinner In New York William to speak only Esperanto. Mr. Buetler Ray Gardiner, the advertising expert, Is one of the leaders In America of the scored neatly off an advertising fad 50 called universal Innpuuge. ne and that has of late been rather overdone. his wife use It exclusively when con"A young couple," he began, "had versing together. been blessed with the advent of a Mr. Buetler Is years old. little son, and tho wife, at dinner one Mrs. Buetler is much younger nnd la evening, said: his second wife. " 'What shall wo name our darling, ht We invite the careful attention of the prudent depositor to the details of this statement, to an investigation of our twenty one years of banking, the manner in which wa have treated our patrons and the service we have given them. We invite the small accounts as well as the brge ones and have ample means to take care of the legtiinate needs of both large and small. We act as administrator, yu ulian, trustee and in every fiduciary capacity. Abso lute security and accurate, painstaking service are the foundation of our business. J This we guarantee to all our Very respectfully, , patrons. If-- dL.4 i i PAUL COMPTON, Cashier CITY STILL BARS CHINESE r If You Need a TbiM-is Celestial Who Invaded Wallace, Ida ho, Had to Sleep In the Jail. Butte, Mont A Chinaman In Butte knowledge that the ban has put on his race In the Coeur d'AIene mining district In. 1894 is still In effect. He spent one night in Wallace, the center of the district, and then returned to Butte. The Chinamen were driven out ot the district in 1894, when the mine owners attempted to use them to supplant white men. It was then decided by the union miners, a set of men who had used desperate methods In strikes, that no Chinaman should ever be permitted to live there. Since that time Wallace has grown from a mining camp into an agricultural and business center, and Is no longer, dominated by the miners, and It might be supposed that the old feeling would no longer exist. Pong Bong, an intelligent Chinaman,- who went from this city to start a laundry Iri the district, found to the contrary. He did not know of the old rule, and on his arrival asked where he could find ' the Chinese colony. Learning there was none, he sought rooming houses, but was turned away from all. He was being followed about by a crowd in which there was much hostility evident when a policeman picked him up. He went to police headquarters and was there advised that ho would better accept the protection of the Jail over night. He did so, and next morning took the first train for Butto. first-han- d - Suit of Clothes ! ht You can get it cheaper now than you will Inter on. iiu utJ beason for the tailors, and we want to fifty-eig- ht three-fourth- keep them busy. To encourage you to do it the prices have been cut on 93 of the most attractive summer fabrics, on some of which you can save $S.OO a suit. Every fabric and model is right up to the minute in style, und every suit will bo made specially to your own measure. Fit and tailoring guaranteed. J. THE T. O'CONTISfELL, Cloverpopt, Ky. VINDICATED. ' J ikm APPENDIX fifty-eig- ht Jim?" v. 8 "Jim wrinkled his brow and re-- ' plied: " 'Well, I submit Chllda, Firstbornlo, Thebol, Allours, Sunne, Ourown, ' "But at this point his wife shut him up. He could, of course, have kept on Indefinitely. You see, ho was one of those advertisement writers who Invent new names for breakfast foods, tinned soups and patent medicines." Our-ownso- n ' N tisement in this spece &ndseeif you dorv'tirvcrease your Jes a.t ileast one- eA third -- U Starving Out Troublesome Pigeons. City hall pigeons are once more under the ban in Philadelphia, and Director Porter Is tho man who is trying to get .rid of them. Instead of attempting to do this, as Mayor Reyburn and Director Clay did, by putting up wire screen at the entrance and turning tho hoso upon tho pigeon roosts, the director proposes to try tho starvation plan upon the flocks. He has issued orders to the city ball guards to stop all persons from feeding tho birds In tho courtyard and on tho northeast plaza and to arrest those who persist in throwing corn, peanuts,, cakes and bread to them. Woman Bootblack. London is to havo Its first womnn bootblnck. A woman has Just comg pleted arrangements to set up a stand at one of the busiest corners In the West End. She believes herself to bo tho pioneer woman boot-blackin- bootblack in England and declares that tho men in the business need not fear her competition, since she Intends to devoto herself exclusively to polishing tho footwear of women and children. His Sacrifice. "I suppose, like all government officials," said the man who sneers, "you are making personal sacrifices in or der to serve yeur eouBtJ-y.- " "Ym," replied tke village postmaster; "It's rtty bard U) have to keen jrMdlBf addrMM wWa I'd rathr be looua at tH, amum on Um sotfe V --- This Surgeon Finds It Useful In Operations For Pellagra. Dr. A. D. Cudd, director of the Good Samaritan hospital, at Spartanburg, S. C, recently read a paper on pellagra. In which he said: "I would suspect the majority of cases of pellagra to be a local malady with a general systemic manifestation, and upon this theory I performed nine operation's with the loss of one patient nnd seeming recovery of tho other eight" In four of the operations the vermiform appendix was removed, after which an antiseptic solution was Injected through the appendix Into tho colon, or lower end of the largo intesPampered Tpo Much. tine. In Dr. Cudd's opinion tho colon "You aro always worrying," re- Is a breeding place for disease germs, marked the baseball magnate. nnd tho appendix is so arranged that "I have to be careful not to produce the surgeon can establish a natural anything too heavy," explained the canal through the abdominal wall theatrical manager. "You know, I through which to carry an antiseptic have to cater to the tired business solution and destroy the germs. man." "I don't let tho tired business man worry mp. He roots with the others WIRELESS PHONE 450 MILES. when ho gets to tho ball park." Government Installs California's InvenWashington Herald. tion on Two Cruisers. Having demonstrated that It was Change for the Better. possible, to talk by wireless tolephono Tho care of tho African population from Mnro Island to Point Lomn, San In the Belgian Kongo in tho past hat Diego, 150 miles distant, tho nnvy debeen so murderously Indifferent thai partment hns accepted Installations of it Is a pleasure to note a change fot tho National Wireless Telegraphy and tho better. An order has gone lntc Telephone company, and the system effect to prevent hereafter the Impor- immediately will bo put into operation tation, manufacture and transporta- for government purposes at Mare istion of saccharine sweets In tho Bel land. Goat island. Farallono Islands, glau African territory. Saccharine Table bluff. Point Argucllo and on two products and products sweetened with United States cruisers. substances other than cane sugar Experiments with the wireless phone, beet sugar, milk sugar and glucose which is u Callforalan's invention, sugar particularly those sweetened havo been going on for mo'nths,the with glycerine shnll not be Imported government requiring as a satisfactory It Jb specified In tho order that It It test a thirty inlnnto over meant to Include in general all syn a distance of twenty conversation test miles. This thotlc chemical sweetening which was easily met does not possess food value. We wist we could believe that this tariff anx iety to protect tho Kongo population Hancock Circuit Court. against deleterious sweets was some thing more than an exhibition qf the usual protective philanthropy which Judge V. G. Babbage, who attended bars a competitive product to make sure the" sale of something else. the Circuit Court at Hawasville Monday, reports that jt was the sbertt 8ailoii of a circuit court probably ever The World's Greatest Layers! Matchless H0UDANS Eggs at Half Price After July 1st R. W. Robertson Stephensport, Ky. isi,asn Judge left for his home in Owensboro Monday night. Judge Burkhead an rived from Owensboro Monday morning and at nine o'clock the grand jury was impanntjed. At four o'clock in the afternoon they filed into court stating that the' had no business be. fore them, that they could hear of no violations of the law in Hancock county and made their report accordingly, They were finally discharged. During the day the Judge looked over bis docket, and found that there were no civil or criminal cases on the docket that needed the Intervention of a jury, sp about twelve o'clock the petit jury was dUcbargad. Ib the afternoon soma motion and legal arguments by a half doaea lawyeos tltuted vthe legal IwMiiWMsejf h eirouU court session in Haaeoek aouaty for tke July term aad Uw art adjauri4 un at Ave t a Subscribe . Will In fko atatsi All lu kiuluu wm trmuMted in om day, awi thf til the, sext e'dk trw. l IV- - KiuMtil. Jtu....... 1 ,i ii"- -