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JULIA CLARKSON GONE TO TAFT WITHDRAW JMH REST Spring-W- ft. f i hm .ntt!ona! . i immftiui Attk on MutoM .. and SUnchfM i Officeholders Feel They Defeat In November-Cor- n- Face Prominent And Beloved Woman Dies At Big as A Forces Failed to Prevent the Governor 01 Inatlon of .. the ... jir;uLoa W.mrled ab amrW(..noratid by the Contest. -i iH.r Reolv How Champ C Mi promise Candidate The Hope Of Promoters. Washington, July 8. A nationwide movement to petition President Tnft to .. .. wIMwlf ni ..a i... r a ... ....... iuo ixciju oncan orefiuen- tlal canlidate is telng backed by a large number oi Republican officehold- ers, who feel that they face defeat In November unless the breach in the party can be healed. These men include members of Con gress, members of the State Legisla tures which will elect Senators. State and county officeholders and party candidates. If the movement to petition Mr. 'raft to withdraw succeeds in pain ing any volume, it is said these same men in the interest of party harmony may ask Col. Roosevelt also to with draw us a prospective candidate for an independent nomination and permit a compromise selection of some man agree ble to both factions cf the party. u ib me aesire of the promoters of the scheme that a decision shall be reached before August 5, when the Roosevelt factions plan to hold a convention in Several ill Be Missed By Family, Friends And Church. Months-W- Great Suferer FOR PRCSlufcwi. W00DR0W WILSON FOR FUNERAL HELD AT HOME. Big Spring, July Mrs. Julia Clarkson, a much woman of Big Spring, ecial) p THOMAS R. MARSHAL!! - beioveT By W. A. PATTERSON. Hall. Baltimorei individual without an ndm luru ju cket will toll you ne wou.u n i- ,- hn,i n tcket. "aa an lonventlona are alike." It has been my privilege w f.w nntlonal conventions, lm Ibo recent Republican gather Mmirn. and the meeting IJiMO-'- r n J emocrats at Baltimore, anu i re you the convention uem V nominated Woodrow : president, and ThomaB R. Mart was omucuu r Writers, like aeiegaieu, mntinnn and writers, like dele Inav not safely disregard thes. mrtiona. I am ROing "J " "" ,i iisreijttiu nina which were -.i". ,ffect that 1 write, not a pom.i;ctnrv" filled with opinions nr nclDles or iacuous ui ,i,inia hut a "human Interest st hat side of the big meeting of rats which the "people ai ould have seen baa tney ueeu Lifted to attend, without rcgai Ihn faults or virtues or tne comeii lides. or the right or wrong o. iifforcnt factions. The Baltimore convention was .r thnoo creat Catherines which nr witness but once in a mem ga kind i all: the1 ... i of a political .. ..... noinrn ng wnose JIKO iiua uc;i ir.w. tnessed in this or any otner rvnntlnn .- i . T i, vice-preside-nt, iv. ,1 uvi t It was a battle of political Tit era to men wi in wuiuuu Tnttnln iui'b - litv. and Charles F. Murpuy ionized leader ol Tammany, ee times the standard-beare- r f tho most remarkaDie poum jation this country has sooner had Cardinal Gl fcthe rich robes of his ch Ironounced the final wo in Bryan for temporary Qt!nnan.. . BRYAN EXPLAINS RIS iinir invocation on T( I iuvo .L.i wuh ...I.J... weicauieuJ wuuiy iniu tho battle was on. io New York delfysfltm, aif Mr. Murryan's nomination of ly wa8 more-taiiumg to try con- the temporary chairrq luslons wUH the Ctnmner on a al- ACTS TOJJOME FOLKS Hop .to Judge parKe ct .ion nf the nationarTouRmMaKlltH tras the 1.1.1 tvlmn Mr Tfnrn. t. ItIllb. 1, 'the Clark stJath to. Parker. TriecJ To Be Harmonizer With i speakers piatiorra, pieauuu ras that Inciunt. h ipnenlng mcratlc harmony, and proposei o 'n hour after CSufma Mack's No Thounht &l.dco Parker that they both retire In lad called the Vinve ntlon to rr n Uor of any one of half a dozen Three TliousarS People Give that produced W deadlock horn ho named. Mr. Bryan scored is tho balloting for foe nomlneo Him A Home-(omi- n Rectp? it tally. He had the opposition n early Friday moAjel. it re-for a time at least. 0 defnslve rd .In the dfeai of Xwrvan hv tion At Lincoln t When Judge Parker declined to to Senator Kern's propos! m r. Id senator retired and named Con(luud un pKe' 1 WILSON, BESTVQTE POLLER - an died nornlng at 2:10 o'clock, after an Friday Illness of severa months. Her condition had been critical since February. been with her daughters, Mrs She had Har Kemper and Mrs. Moorman Hardawav, of Minor. N. D., since September, bu saw that she was gradually growing weaker and they brought her back to her old home with son an.1 spend her few remaining days. Was the dauSter of Mr. Mrs. O C. R.chardson, o near Garrett. She has h. .. -of Big Spring over twenfv..,in . """ .. . nn,i .. -- -h.i ...j. circle " ' friends and WIU0 of relatives who are grieved over her death She was the mother of B. S Clarkson. of Big Spring, Mrs. Chicago Harry Kemper and Mrs. Moorman Hardaway, o;Minot,N D., and a half Iudith Ellen Beard, Hannah Beard. Mesdames Mary Richardson, sister of nf r .,!., Francis Moorman, Nelle Dempster. ville; Kelly Wimp, of Owensboro; Emma Lou Moot man, Letcher Muth- - Hannah Hardin, of Holt, and James F. ews, Miss I'ennybaker, Johnnie Moor- Woolfolk, of Brandenburg, and Gus man, Messrs. Arthur Beard, Irvin Tay Richardson, of Guston. lor, Judge Henry Moorman. , .. Morris She had hepii n K.neheloe, Dr. Lex. James S. Younger, Methodist church Af w K. Hensley, Mr. Graham, Mr. and was also a memberover fortv venr. of the Ladles AM Mrs. A. B Suter. of which she had been a member since Irvlncton Society was represented by it was first organized, seven years ago the following: Misr.es Nelle Smith, and was the first of it members to be' Willa Drury, Mable McGloth'an. Jessie removed by death. Brady, Mary Henry, Mary Alexander, The funeral services were conducted Guedry Bramlette, Elizabeth Crider, by Rev. J. E. King at the residence and Elizabeth Claire JolI, Mary Etta Cain, the interment took place at the family Mary Nevitt, Messrs Kendiick Jolly, burying ground. To the children , mm- John Walter Jolly. J. T. Johnston ten anabrotner we extend "jwpatny, Harry Conniff, Ernest Reese, Jas Owen Cunningham, Hubert Lyons, Robert Left Arm Broken. Lvons, Dr. Tavlor, Mr. and Mrs T C Mathews, Mr. and Mrs Louis H Jolly, Mrs.Nannle J.Wuthen Herbert Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson, broke his left arm last ueuy. jumped off a stable and Loses I numb and Finger aCddeDt"We have rid the 1.7, of bossism. H'S " has been ., Geo- - Curtis P.nmor l.n.l .,w .. . WHll nt nnl l .,..!.. t. We have clednsed andecj jt jjut mong all right. " fore filler on his riirlit Imn.l .m. nfT l. I It was a terrible surKUperation we a circular saw several ueeks ago. His ft had to perform." Sell Wheat hand is improving. ma. .- V.. jw .i ;. ... - uB . ?im' . ) L . -- -. M ' John Nevitt, Earl Bennett. John Livers, Tnos. Davis. Edwin Footn nnH . .... .. .!..' iMr anu .irs. Aivm oin..n(i cuii C. Brabandt, photographei, will be Ferd McGehee,' sold their wheat ta in Hardinsburg from tdren, Clssell ar.u Henry Wlift pr last week for one dollar until Sat jonu uay Jiignt lur vuij, make urday. His studio is complete for de per bushel, delivered at Basin Springs. their home. They left hevor tjie veloping pictures In HarUinsburg as west on account of Mrs. Sir! well as Uking them. Correction health has been quickly faiiBever al weeks. The family will bejera. Home For A Visit. missed in Cloverport for thejVj lnesaleof James Yojuger's Bertie Spottsman, colored, is home (ience to Mr. Bright.of Maceo.was real. every good cause for the townl took cai an active part in every movemVado from Chicago to spend a month. celed. for high r Jnd better condi . Lincoln, Neb. JuhH.Thn, Iuhous- - church and social life. They ) tertained several days before and people gave Bran a h ' H ' iiiade a parture at the S3ttcrUeld hon . me recention here tay forty-fiv- e minutes alk in rhlch he their many friends shall miss tht 1 said; "After Taft haclbeen ned by Reynolds-Rober- ts. Searching Ht'h, - ...... Brabandt At Hardinsburg. to-d- ay I Sftain. te meaW.will Rooseyehts ill 'iirm ' X HKEHMr 1 vnH3w 7MMFssb: w ntmtw.tt-wmii riwiiuv wr Hi in bwiw nrf . 11 rn mum 1 . s . fruif had in noinlnrftjws Air Itsolved thatlhe onAlng ocrats to do was tomte progressive at BaltBre In ate a candidate ro, Unuaualf mtlilHnH nuu,cigbtiWuiuti.H riw. T notcribe, - after ejrm Mr. Keel Roberts and Mrs. Mar Reynolds were married at the horn the A"' D. Leltchfield, of 3113 tform so the Rev. Broadway, Tuesday July 2nd,, at to nom- - r, I d him re- - Dem- - . Ive 0 that m. i..k-.-t.. tccuse for r1 1 'W' ther progressiva ing circumtante hat any other proj-ewlv- I thin Wilson is well, uder the I dl not be- - w ' '" 'm 1 'Jir ., '' .v 1 1 .i j . ,..iOW: mmmmmmmsk mm.. immmzmmrA r wj. mm. ' OLvvMuvij im ,' mma ve suited me jfet Mr. Bryan. ''U e Mrs. Roberts was formerly Miss M. SippeJ, of Cloverport, Kv.. while Mi Roberts is from Eminence. Kv., ana ' employed by the L, & N. R, R. jBmT Br mmmm w &mik mm. is - ' ? V.' 'ITAI1..1 J. f Ul KbfJVII fifl.J.'vWXVAlMYl 'vJJ)M4u:lfckwJAwAY.M.;;l'i'vX'', vZM&MBIKWvSWt .WlJ many votes as wiy . e think that L w,nt(lllithe nom Of Irvington "'liUD " n, let him explalrwlw IWis that In Social Life "V T l 1 apuiappier in mmHthii Mr. Wilson The Young Society tot tlt place t ''WlWBfcit'ULeL.r ac e w m "!' "I could But if BRILLlflNT Was V .!'( Men's I3i Xriv $& yiivv 1 tl n m l c.V figH ly n leadtrsjp of hIl thh I cou' didate. When SimmmK FfMPflHHBHflEe iU. First Annual Dance-Ma- ny Attractive Guests In princlplea(.d that 1 They caliA me a di. terttd, boithey do.otToaU uuw. . wand to wtlfy Uy ,mbltle. lv has6tt flthavew0a I IBH&aHM V fNWfor iiy Hfeht. ctodldie thy' thduekt Irvington, Youpg July AaKual Ji rhe from every mcUob of BreckMuidge county graoed- - tbe occan&Qi Tne music tioog iu 1 DO Of mm who Mi been sion by their preeence, President of tli, 0I rtfri 4 ww ftirokhed by tbe Lewiiport String fighting not for yi tetSbr my Band. Aoog thoee atteodlag from a Mlaaee LouUe Aud, eountnr. "One -- arguitnti to TburadvvBiBg,Jib44b1frfm brili(aat aoclvty m, wm tb no wvRto( thaeafton, Fir nalU and Dk givttB M's at tw bqu Subirlptlon ball oa last mmmmmmmmVlmm' iM ' t wfmM I, me, that I wiitd wvtte al gfdUot youtb lie btll I ." k WL ''llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH THE OP1 Don't rJiii to At Alexand Great Reductions in all MEN'S OXFORDS at Gun Metal and l'atcnt Leather greatly reduced prices. Patriot Oxfords in tun, pun metal All the and patent. Button and lace. newest lasts; worth .$!, 20 I rmu Ltidi JULY CLEARANCE JULY 13th id 2(fth Inclusiof brgains! Miss Tliik Feast Lines. Don'f MFJN'S PANTS $4.00 Pants go go a Gown worth $1.00 50c. r ro - at Ooforth 7ficro bowl worth ;, 60c nt. ,f . . 'ttU i 1 I lyin 50c Corlovor worth 5oc $3.50 Puntrt go at $!5.00 go at Cover woith 25c au On Laabawers wnrrh worth Pants go at $2.50 Pants go Ladid Drawers wcrth 25o go at 40c 40c 75c JU 1r'nlps .fl.tlMfit at Pilgrim Oxfords; worth $:j.5c7goat Pluck Oxfords; in button and lace; worth $3.50; go at. $3.00 S2.75 at $2.00 Pants go : r WiiisM at Princes Slips worth 75c go ... r at. $1.50 Pants go WHITE Wi i $2,25 at $1.00 worth 1. 50 A4 An m Waistllifti .r- -ir-- - Pants cd WaistKvorth $1.00 go at OI.UU Vri n h V fc I 76c 40c at, 69c Waits at wwiOc go LADIES' LOW CUTS AND BOY'SKNICKERBOCHER PANTS OXFORDS Pants $1.50 gj In tun, un metal and patent leather; button and lace. jj at $1 25 11.15 Pant- Pant-Jo Ladies' Society; worth $3 60; go Mayllowcr Low Cuts; woith $2.50; go jjQ tt $1.00 ;i.oo 75c at. All $2 Low Cuts go $2,00 $1,50 - at. 75c Pants Summer Drcsfe Goods go at gvjfreduced prices. All 15 una ixic A 7fi inA AM 10Cf Lawn fro at Lawns gfji, Lawns at All 25c fbilea, Poplihs anjffhor 19c goods g at iff pc Br lot nice mtterns in Drtfss Gferts; worth 0c, go at,the yard " " Tf I I 5c at. Ao 12A . at the yaw Diss Ginshams go at Shoe- in this alo 10 porcenO eduction on all other -- EN'S SHIRTS 1 Lot ,t MEN'S CLOTHING Induction in all Clothing. brown and all Men's Suit, in bluo orjr.s black, gray and other color. at All f 's $! 00 Shirte in aze 14. go MEN'S H 69C "I In all colors 5,0 .. afcti Jreiis $1.00 Shirts o at Mcnl(,c Shirts go at 85c $2 20 crn 4fats ...f nt . $9 nn AlloO-J. M VfalUU I Tl t-- i it llfrf . . . A ..1 44c Ready-Mad- e nt "."" ;f H$1; I Us .yo htaAjr",u Mil h1j! $5o8 mjA a ir iv d -- rfk r i r ?e-.t- f v at $15 Suits go Jj j V Ildics' the atsl . AV i i, i i vr J1- LJ ' rz? M Hi vs wt.' i 512.5U U$Sgu Suits go at jjr r J t r. c . i go 5o suits go at rfr W ,. .c Skirts J Panama, Voile-- j ' Ivc,vwf.P 'ilBrors, go - J5f vTiTd lw and Serge? flwo .f. . ti. .A? JUaiViggnn oimi . RWEAR . VV-OA mm aO lick, blue and brown. 'llte!'t styles. $6.00 t ci.ilbrth $4.00 ftn nn w vorth $4.00 -- l ' - En -, Vt $5 Suits go at jlPO.V t r - &. JL. t 5fe B n Boys' Knickerbocker SUITS QQ7FJ &?Lv llt ' ! nHV lua C44rt.H!otf;.V Lau,w Mnn, 3aucc,-utr,ar its worth $1.50 $1.25 fo at r. ftQ nn jroat k oiUU 5' Silk built in black and colon; fonl1 U00 00 in nt tBZitn J UuiUU worth $3.00 An ftp Skii worth &5.0Q j. no at SkirtP worth jJ3.r0 goat;- j worth $2 50 Skirt OZi0 fin rn OJiUU AQ 7P at .. 25o Hhrts and Drawe i VI ft .P iv m in .iiii: r usLiu ouiliii ;ni wur - 1 7 American Beauty .M rlr 9 Corsets All $1 AWV f lirts worth 75c fgo at sll: Skrrth50c tt KJ t 85c 44c at7 Cjrsets go U&J I n PL XKI S ya IfAJI V . nf f, ' If Nl" v tsSH&cM WA 'I. S-- All$l ......... r v V . . vUOi I j Ladies' Reacly-Tnmme- d Hatsa lyour own price it m uf ; . x. n Wlliv .i- A- - .U V v rm&fm ri T V ", i. AMMV X i All 50it Corsets go - -- ,.,... .,w,alB; $Tsuitb $2 ? nSS, at, : ' ( SlUts ' hi. .. UndorkirtH worth $1.00 . LADIES' MlU&LIN UNDERWE A P i I lot Lkdies' Vests . '"''""1 0 - A!S) . np UUU - at I'ntfe.rskhi! Iwortli r i UOo. i yr HC l l Ui hL l : a ws -a b c V nt-Kp- ' r -- at riulcr&kirts worth 75c thlrlfat are not advertised, s mirF. . o-ood- ti lie is .STRICT Y CASH oi PRO- f cl01 at Prices advertised. JE'atie Salt, July l.W jlu zucn i :lusive. w a"'; Ini I 11 - Cfln Dub nt I'liderbklitWiii-JhOOi ! - jn H"u lij cS5 7c .. I if 0 T, mm. Aill v Uti uy N MEH'C' OEAUTY Stylo M3 KImmioo Conet Co.. Mker i,.ji 'l nis , I ED. P y ER Z L y m t vI I 1 I I 'V JiMtt jt wr have to Mfn Lfnufa I'd rathAi- faa vv Vi, I I . men fill ,. .lv J M L ' V urt kvitw v - at Hawbv i U ,. " "Hil I .,--- - fB . - . "" -- r J HfW u - bat It was the rtiortMl it court probably vJ Ute, All ttw btuIoMC ai in dm day, and thJ t.amtUte IRS. WILSON AND1 DAUGHTERS DELfG Governor W,.odrow Wils Charming Daughters Busy Young Wome- nJessie Wilson Has Spec ized Settlement Work--er A Politician. M nei1 Any Iwere anything . i replied yie junior partner. ' has been takrn out fot retital, re a mak a bigger hit by say lutrrct on bowls, afr''iprl.ilioiu for mood ' betterment) or divi ends Taxes for ' I 1 . - lix, n Y April Hiiiouiite'l to 4. per mile of lay lo relievo habitual conttl- - an hicrenfu of 9 I per cent. to take reL'ularlv n ml .1 hv roan's Rcgulcts are recommend his purpose. 250 a box at all SHAKE IT OFF lire, THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 u bj rnHHi m" hi . r-- - r- - R brc. BRECKINRIDGE BANK UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absoiutel) inishing Railway Returns letice lit the ability of a mil way ly properly to continue Its oper ind adequately to mnlntniii nnd itH facilities depends in rent isuie upon Its net operating rev. fhl ii wli.il is left of the rtcti.in attic constituting the totHl op. r evenue, after the operating ex- have l.eeu met, As the mileage railways tends to intense year mi ncciirat measure is obtHiulie operating revenues, operating fcun(l ut-- t operating revenue by diilug what they have amouiittd each mile. It may he, for exam wns the erne In March, thai iu the aggregate net operating e has increased, it has decreased measured per mile of line. itbly summaries of the revenues perises of the steam railways of fulled Suites have been compiled fc unreau of Railway Economics the reports filed month by month be railway with the Interstate fcierce Commission, for the tweuty- dontua from July. I9I0 10 April, the lattst month for which returns - Rid Yourself Of Unnecessary Burdens. Iftj IKi ELDEST DAUGHTER SINGS Seagirt, N. J. June IK . 29 The I s 1 ft: i t r I ernor went automobiling after lur eon with Mrs. Wilson, and he did return until after the second bal had been taken and the result sent the stream, where it was anchored and J umtiity when Jens and his wife still live. and the other sccrotni stood anxiously in the doorway of executive olllce with the paper wW A Texas Wonder. told of the slight cam, but before came forward to learn about it The Texas Wonder cures kldnoy and bladder troubles, retnovlne gravel, Governor stopped to chat on the Inj With the Rev. Mr. Taylor of East cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all Iregularltles of ange, who was strolling by with the kidneys and bladder in both men family. They were the only visit and women. Regulates b'adder troubat the Little White House during ,1 les In children. If not' sold by vour day. Then the Governor stopped on wayup the walk while the battallJ druBKlst will be sent by mail on receipt of $1 00. One small. bottle Is two of photographers which turned up month's treatment and selc'om falls to the afternoon snapped him. They States. perfect n. cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 tried ty have Mrs. Wilson and tho th Remember the name Doan's and Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for misses wuson come out ior a, gN take no other. Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug'picture, but these independent yoii gists. women declined. A Floating Farm. Lvailftble. Ntt operating revenue They passed the af r,erronru .jdaj lailcbf line for the railways as a Miss Bickmeier And , tennis and If they were excited ta ic in comparison with the coire- Soeby's ' floating farm" is one Jens did not show itf Miss Margaret Vi Samuel Brickey Marry. iug months of the previous year of the sights of the Columbia River. son, the eldest of tho sisters, rcsemt as.ed eighteen of these months, All the buildings are supported by three her father very much, while Miss ticrensed in but four. The dtcreas-Clnis. A. At the parsonage of rafts made of huge pine logs. Socby, a sie and Miss Eleanor have some of slle of line per month was as great vetetuu of the war, I'lank of tjie German I.uthern church fcatuies of their mother. All have jiuulit as f53, and us great in ratio got the idea of h il .atliig huuseboat Saturday afterno n the marriage of Mit-.high sense of humor of the fatli i percent. The greatest incieise when traveling in Cuiua and Japau. Katlierine Bickmeier and Samuel Hrick-eThe mother is an artist, the till e of the four mouth showiig took place, the couple hiing attendWhen he ltturned home after the war daughters are college women, the vas $31, or 14.1 per cent, he built three tufts 011 the Columbia ed by Mihs Carrie C. Bickmeier, sister est is a trained singer, the second n February, and was River and on these he erected u in use of tho bride, aud Claude Frank. specialized in settlement work at as this mouth oiiUintd and warehouse to keep nets and The bride wore a white embroidered youngest is attending an art sa ay than February, 101 1. The pens, and so ou. IIo also mude marquisette and curritd bride's roses. Philadelphia. They are all foi erage net operating revtnuo u garden in which he raised enough A 6 o'clock, supper was served at the tertalning and of society. f Hue for any one mouth of Vegetables fur the use of his family. home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Wilson, everybody attl wus $409, the lowest $203. S.eby's faitn and inn, floating se- Mrs. Henry Hickmeier, 428 Olive St., a the official household declares! the ten months from July, renely on the water, soon b'.came a fav- number of relatives aud friends attendthe politician of the family. II, I9I2, show decreases in orite headquarters fur fishing parties. ing. A laige collection of wedding gilts not to be wondered at in the ug revenue per mile of line Here they were housed and fed, says u were leccived. any Southern woman. She kni :d with the corresponding writer in the Wide World, aud at night Mr. and Mis. Biickey have gone to about the details of the campa the fiscal year euding June 30, Sjeby would plav his old violin for their housekeeping at IIO9 E. Indiann-s- t her husband. When they ta leven of the months of the entertainment. He also gave music les- Kvaneville Prss. delegates and numbers f she which ended 'June 30, 1011, sons. Itching piles provoke profanity but the figures and she recognizes : reuse s in comparison with' The "farm" was moored iu front of the statesmen from the variou profanity won't remove tl.em. Joau's ive corresponding mouths of the property of C. 15. De Long, who ear ending June.fl0, 1010. It charged Soeby fifty cents a mouth rent- Ointment is recommended for itching, Most disfiguring skin evident that the trend of al. When Soeby did not pay his rent for bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc WlUi It revenue lias been uown- - two years De Long tecured a judgment any drug store. tj Impure blood. Burdock Blood le past two years. aul u writ of ejectment from the Judge ters as a cleansing blood tonic, i mat A.Free Scholarship. maty for April, I9I2, shows of the Superior Court, but when the recommended. $1.00 at all stores Nperaiiug revenue was less sheriff attempted 10 enforce the order pril, 1011, by $6,026,440, the water was too low to move the rafts. Any young man or woman who is a More Fashionable. a freshet the water bona fide patron of thia paper may seper mile of line to $33, or Recently, iit. This net operating reve-i- u rose, and George Johnson, deputy shei-ifcure free instruction in Music or ElocuIV1101 the Catholic Standard and was sent to remove Soeby's property. tion. the aggregate amounted tB jf 1)15, averaged $S.57 for each He hired a river steamer aud crew .of The Iihaca Conservatory of Musie, "There." said the senior for each day 111 April, less half a du.eu men, pulled up the anchwith the desire to stimulate the study think that's a good motto for oui an for each day of April of ors of the raits, aud towed thin unique of these art, offer two scholarships to breakfast food: 'TaUp ...., .mnWHi Hw" IJ'his is the gross income, per floating habitation half a mile down applicants from the State ol Kentucky, valued at $100 eaeh and good for the term of twenty weeks beginning with the opening of the school year, September 12, 1012, in any ol the following deit partments: Voice, Violin, l'liiuo, Organ aud Elocution. These scholarships are awaided upon competition which is open to anyone ! desliititf n musical or litnrury education. Anyone wishing to" enter the compeMardinsbi 29, 1912. tition or deeding information should close of business the write to Mr. Geo. C. Williams, Genen-l)r f" Mnuuger of the Ithaca Conservatory of , before September Music, Ithac., N. ( d, J JMn't bear unnecessary huldens. dens i)f a 'bad buck ate heavy. ., Get rid i.f them. DnmVs Kidney PFlU art for bad kid lieyf For limif, weak and aching back; to prove Lots ol grateful endorsem-u- t their worth. J. A. Baird, K. 1'. I). No. .", Hart-foiKy., my: "I used only one box of Doan's Kidney Pills but that was all I uteded to cure me of kidiuy weak-ties- '. For fome time I hud been tioul led by slurp twinges acrom my loins and other ynptoms of kidrey com plaint. Am I lieai (1 Dunn's Kidiuy Fills highly recommend l, I got a supply and their lise cured me. I highly recommend this retmdy." Price 50 For sate by all dealers. Co., liuffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United B11 40 YEARS 3 Safe Place to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! .10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months old-gones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 years old and some nice cattle. ood IV. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky Don't Forget When Still In Demand Despite Living-Americans The High Cost Of INSURING that you can bo robbed as well as your property burnt tip. Protect yourself and 3'otir with one of our policies We write all form of Hurlar Insurance. bti.-i-no- ss Buy Over Forty Millions Worth of The Precious Stones. That the desire of the American public for luxuries in the form of diamonds, pearls and other precious stones has not been checked by the advance in the cost of living, during the fiscal year ended June 3O is by the fact that in that period diamonds, pearls and other gems to tho value of $3o,4i.r), 280 raached this country through the port of New York. This means that it took over $11,000,000 worth of gems to satisfy the demand of tho people of this country for this form of luxury, sinco it is estimated tnat of the total gem importations into the United States 05 por cent, are brought In through the port of New York. A review of the year shows that there has been only one otllcial advance of ft per cent, in the price of diamonds, but there have been other indirect advances in that time, .lust at present there is little activity in the foreign centres, although conditions are better than auring December and the early months of the present calendar j ear. A New Yoik Importer who returned from abroad last week reported that he has never experienced such difficulty in obtaining diamonds suitable for tho American market. Because of the scarcity of Oriental pearls there is a greater demand than ever for fine American pearls and pearl hunters along the Western rivers are now busily engaged In searching for pearl bearing mussels. Reports of a number of unusually valuable finds have already reached the New York markets, wjliere most of the pearls taken from thb Western rivers are eventually sold. Mussel shells which are used in the manufacture of buttoqs are now brinRing $18 a ton. Dysentery is always serious and often a dangerous disease, but it can be eured. Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it even when malignant and epidemic For sale by all dealers. 111 Rt-y- . Spanish-Ametc- n y lc-12. Fire, Tornado, Plate 11 11 boais,-chicke- Glass, Fidelity Bonds ol Dceus,n(yortru;rcsnnd other Lentil 1 pers written and til! forms of acknowledgements taken. to III flj , Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. f? f, . liar-tnl'i- l . Christmas Savings Account. Start this week twenty-liv- o di'po-itin; 1' y l -- 1 1 u H i of Condition of The Bank 1 dinsburg & Trust Jun Co 1 Notes and oiocks anaiu Banking C3 poi SOURCES. 1. 1012 o Cash in Sal Cash in OfM , I, a IS Furniture Total, Capital St( Surplus Ej Undivided, Reserved '$317,032.24 18,743.90 47,321.86 1,762.49 0,000.00 . 0,000.00 f During the summer months mother $384,860.49 ABILITIES. $ 50,000.00 . 20t000.00 of young children should watch lor any Pulgilist Is Near unnatural looseness of the bowels When Death After Fight. given prompt attention ut this time serious trouble may be avoided. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Peoria, III., July 5. I'hll Harrison, a Remedy can always be depended upon. Chicago lightweight, is hoverering be For sale by till deulers. tween life and death in a hospital here as a result of injuries received in a ring battle with Harry Donohtie, of Big Dinners. I'ekin, Thursday. The two men fougl t nine desperate rounds lJro Lewis and Ero. Cottrell, wife Up to the lattur part of the eighth and daughter have beon entertained at round Harrison had much the better dinner during the meeting as follows of the fierce milling. Shortly after the First week: Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. opening of that round it is thought Ileyser; Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Dnnohue caught Harrison a heavy Willis; Thursday Dr. and Mrs. Ow- that bJJilnd blow the ear with his bare fore en; Friday Mr. and Mrs. Payne; Sat arm urday--M- r. and Mrs. Seatau; Sunday HarrisOkji cents or a dollar for your ChristnvH spndinr money. Everybody would enjoy Christmas more if thoy had tho cash to give tho gifts that it takes in umv to buy. This will not only bo bono- iioini in tuneuing yountr poo- - . pie how to eave, but will bo a pleasure to old ponplo to I have a 'little extra unmoy laid up for .Chiitni!ic It; i very simple, easy thing to ,' do, and when onco started, you soon tako an tntoreen m ' , saying monoy, Thoo desiring to hoirin now to make. ChrislijJt.s n huppy ono for ihonilvVft and others, are oil'orecl ourW services. ' r!j The Farmers Hardinsburg, Bi M' KJ fil .Jk-- ' I - at Parsonage; Second week: Monday-- Mr. 4,328.55, 'a. 71l Dividend Doposits t?ft Bi .": . per GtlSDueJiul 1, 1,000.01 2,500.01 Total, We invite the careful atten our twciity.oMe years of banking them. We mvite the small acci of botk large ami small. late Mcurity and accurate, ymu 307,031: and Mrs R. L,. Oelze; Tuesday-- Mr. and Mis. Marion Weatherholt; Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Win, Gibson; Thursday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pate; FridayMr. and Mrs. Polk; Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Light foot; Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frartk KnglUh; Monday at Parsonage. For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas Kclectle Oil. a splendid remedy for emergencies. $384,860.49 J ii.. putfOIWv ' Ihis stateinent, to an lnvefgation of he prudent depositor to tlie ikUik f -we mw mwkii our aimer in which imcjncn to take care et U legitimate awl wv tMuyU well as the 1m vry fcliwkry cmfmity. Abso as administiwtorl fiifctJfcu, Xtmim Jd Thk w KWMMtf to all our tMrvir, are, the fattJutitm at our bJiiMMW. immediately became help less. thougNh he stood up under a ten! ble shower vf blows. Ills seconds, seeing their maK apparently helpless, threw a sponge lnt the ring, stopping the contest In theYitith round. Harrison was Varrled to a bathhouse near by, attended by only his seconds. Ho shortly begato sink. A phyoiclan wus hastily caltetY He discovered a broken artery, wh his patient near death. He was liaened to a hospital where desperate eftVws arc being made to save his life , Mr. Taul 8(rHisyl r tI J O ( Taul, thplaced his first , F,. O. surance In t1 last week, sa Saturday hail damatr'' ., C J " . - f 11 Ifll ad in tht For Indue W lyl foi fffi lrgw inui wimmh...i Not For Us! Dear tiro. Jehu: I toM Little MissVBernard. Very ptt resctuiy PAUU tOUPTON. c Cusiier KathlKH Roberta riaard is tf name of the baby Af Mr,rtKOwpwHil J. D. Babbage for Mrs. Mario Btmard wlw aiy-- vd at Ckiverpert umivr YflifW adwtuktrnii!. Youri truly, Saturday at tm hom of Wk mf nil. ,Un. FrMicit i.J.VUioiA.lm m. 1 pet-MMtt- yu PeWt - dihtr - TMr ii 1 ther s IV M K . jt. - tH .' (9JU1 V MP5 ,ff t l 3? iE jm. I. lAMAGt, Editor ami pK 1. SHE T NE Wp, twilight dramatic critic in JVew lor on th Fmirth of L&dieV Weekly. of JulV. Mim CJuimby At fh clone of the srtfice, fb pHMWier Isued Erry Wedsaeday. EIGHT PAGES. the cftfikct. eaoh dronstair and office force of this tttCN,ln Nltd p ing a rose. The young woman A'as a martyr to the great ecienco of human flight. IInniet Qtiimby wm a vivid,! eager, striking good looking young woman which adejed to tho inter 1st of her career. Marion Gen; Phone 50 See Building Mater nnr IIn HUH llf eatherholt Contractor Cloverport, Ky. .1 If you don't get your paper lay it to the insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for ut the rate of 10 cent pur lino. OBITUARIES chnrged for nt tbo rate of 5 cents per lino, monoy in advance. Exnmino tho lubol on your paper.- - If it is not correct please notify us. " They say to publisher send us n list of your unpaid subscriptions. CLOTERPOKT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1912 There h extra postngn on unpaid siil)scriptioiisr If you full to pay it you ni'o fined and loso your mailing privileges. This is pretty hard Subscription price $1.00 n vcnr in udvanco. on the publisher as well as tho Miberibor who just uants a littlotuno BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per lirfe, nnd fie for cncli additional We can't take any such risks with Uncle Sam so off tby go. , pst oflico department. anything in faints, Varnishes Decorations Oils, "i Senator Joseph M Dixon, of Montana, Theodoro Roosevelt's Campaign Manager, bin sent out n call to the people who are in sym pathy with the National Progressive Movement to pond delegates to a convention to meet in Chicago August 5. Tho call is signed by from forty states. Leslie Coombs is tho member from Kentucky. Dynamiting tho ground has been pioven by Jess Wcathcrholt to be the best way for iai?ing potatoes. Ho iniscd 30 bushels on ground 0x20 feet and the potatoes are the bestho has ever seen glow in ihis section. Ask Mr. Weitthoiholt to tell you tho facts and icsults of his dynamiting work. Smith, of Ilites Run, wivh ho has apples us well as Joe Smait, and proved it Saturday Hy bringing us a big sack of the lino transparent Early Harvest kind. Weaie enjoying them and appreciate his bunging them to in. Thames to Mr. Smith. K. W. ocreen Ttlr ucKr 1 r lindovvs and DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of New .Jersey 1 fr Sand, Carler creting an! l JtmcK, JLime 1 ocreen life, r I I' iing Hardware, ment, Plastering, g, Painting, Con- Laying. Mill VYcrk lo Order fES ON APPLICATION Wire All Kinds iff FOR VICE PRESIDENT THOMAS K. .MARSHALL PRICES Aff)?E MfnramBneau IVING l of Indiana "The Successful Railroad Man" is tho title of an attiactivc leaflet just ibsued by the Tiallio Dcpaitment of the Henderson Route. Its Tho contest to select a nominee for President by the Democrat-camto an ond at Baltimore last week in the selection of Woodiow keynote is courtesy, which tho Company is anxious to have observed Wilson for that distinguished honor, and his running mate, Governor all along the load by the men in its employ. Marshall, of Indiana. In our opinion, it h tho best ticket tho DemoDon't get too active about tho post oflico. Let us go to work and crats have put out for president and in twenty-fivget our man in lirst. There is lenlly more in getting a good man inyear.-.-. From tho time Woodrow Wilson's name wii mentioned for to an cilice than getting in you i self. It is the fellow with an office this great office many months ago, he has easily and distinctly been who carries tho burdens the favorite among Democrats. It lia-- been so in Kentuckv, notwithstanding tho apparent popularity of Champ Clark. Thousands of Wo welcome the Louisville Evening Post into tho Democratic Dcmoeiats in Kentucky have been silcntby, but zealously advocation tanks. We icgaid Mr. Knott us one of the best Democrats in the tho claims of Wilson, from the very moment bis name eunio before Suite. He is not always in line with the party bo&ses but is in lino tho people. with tho people. It is tiuc that the delegate were instructed for Champ Clark, Senstor O'Goi man was at Setgirt Friday bearing an Olive Btanch but this grew out of a sentiment, or a question of State pride, rather than his real fitness foiyoo nomination. Mr. U iNon's friend- - seeing from Tammany to Gov. Wilson with the assurance that ho would made no effort to secure the vote of the carry Now York state by i hundred and fifty thousand over Taftt the drift of t''N"" , THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. TELLER f I ILLJ tl 1,111 I I Vice-Preside- nt e Hlllli lr -" li i s ii rtKOJi- - t Hvl State. Thus Kentilcko dogates voted for Mr. Clark, as long .is his namo was before tho convention. But tho result of tho convention showed thut tho sentiment of the Democrats of the country was with tho New Jersey Governor. Tho News has never faltered in its support of Governor WiUon. From the time his name came before the people we have believed ho would bo their choice for President. Everything now points to Democratic success, and we believe Woodrow Wilson will bo tho next President. We urge tho Democrats of this county' to organize and carry tho county for him this fall by a big majority. kW ol Mr. Bryan had to cut out legistering at a hotel and take a room without a telephone that he might have a little quictitudo for hone night in Chicago. William J. ought to como down to Tar Springs. More tioublo in President Taft's cabinet. It is given out that Geneial Wickersham's resignation will bo asked for within tho next few days. Ho hasn't been tunning things to suit Wall Street. Congressman Ben Johuson is a member of tho Notification Committee from Kentucky. He will go to Seagirt, N. J. on August 7, to notify Woodrow Wilson of his nomination. ld dedt VKCt to U ffjpaAte i.. A You had better get your licenso now before you go hunting. Tho Attention is called to tho splendid showing of the statement of license is $1 and the penalty not less than .$50 nor more than 200. the Bank of Ilardinsburg & Trust Company made Juno 2i). It is of supremo importance to every man who has funds to invest, to notice We want to say to tho prospective applicants for p6st offices tho condition of this bank. Especially people of moderate means and that you need not apply if you ate over sixty. guardians of belongings to other should study it. A big Wilson and Maishall ratification meeting is to bo held in While mentioning this company wo also call your constant at-'' to the ads of tho Breckinridge Bunk, Tho Farmeis and Lexington some timo in August. tention , Never fail to read what they have to say. The First State Bank. Tho only hope the Republicans have is that the Democrats Thoy remind you and convince you that it pays best in the long mn win in July and August. to be conservative and not take uncalled for chances on the safety of in strange bmk. You can get acquainted with the your investments If the Republicans want to bo progressive, they should support Watch every week banks of our county through our columns. Woodrow Wilson. what they have to say and thoy will advise you frankly and honestly about money matters. ju-t bo patient no matter h'pw hard Tho sunshine always long it rains. Tho young men who got up tho Hreckonridge County Fair catalogue made a giout mistake when thoy lot the work go away from All oes me on Seagirt. Oyster Bay is almost forgotter homo, but tho greatest mistake they have ever made in the history of the fair was leading tho book oil with a whiskey ad made as cotKpicu-ou- s Mr. Wilson has already had an applicant for a post office as possible by being attached separately. May they live and learn as wo older men have, that whiskey ad vet Using is as bad as sissippi a few years after. hus voting for saloons. Tho ad reached tho men directly, tempts them NANCY NEWMAN band died after a lingering illness, and arouses their desiio for the dangerous stull. about ten ears ago. al-wa-- GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR BANKS. more sitisfit(l feeling tlmi. . He is safe from nmi J What gics a nifon! "regularly lie is piling up something ct ot tlie men in his community, and he has some moiiev ne ...., ,...! r ,. r M mess and self reliance grow with r uiiiuuK.t.-u-iuuiiiuiii1UU1 it. . tor ins tuture and a . fii as he sees his balat;or Trust Investments $600,000 00" JCUt H nlj Aithe hank. 0fi k ... be Your Bank L sH fcr eel rtnod fWRKm ON linl If SgHIBHHHKai tij m THE BANK : "Total Re fiichl ml & TkU:T CO. Hardiiibu Ky. I I r When LPetW ant c! Wl MrLZZZZ j iTntfi ance! ttizxzmr3 h a 38c 19c H H jlBm iKSSIni MiB 4Ev QuHHHHHWI Soon after the doctors prohounced The funoial of Miss Harriot (J limby, the aviator, was held at Dies At Her Home In Hancock her own affliction to be canctr Knd she has been'gradually weukening through County-Suff- ers Many Afflic- the ravages of that disease ever Mnce Well until two weeks ago, when she tll urd tions And Sorrows-W- as Known Over The County. C broke her hip, since which tirne she oatik rapidly until the end cajtno on Vednesday. She was a Miss Ilaynes. born in Ohio countj, Ky , and lis the Huwesville, Ky., July 6. The funerlast of a al of Mrs. Nancy Newman, aed 87, fciWrs. large number of brntheita and She is survived by Mrs. ISarah took place from her home in the coun Thursday afternoon dtd her re- - lbnm.tt, of Henderson; Mrs. Frank trv Birtk. of Ovvensboro, Mrs. Bllza Blune. malnb were buried In the family buryand Oeorge Newman, rf Hawefvilli. r, Capt. ing ground of her who resided Johu bterrett, who was the first sher- Newman, with her, aud Capt. Renry cf Birmingham. iff and one of the firbt jepresentatives step-fathe- Sick and Ac- Life III Uce Fire and KBfi ituiiii i mm ance9 Hail In- Torna( !. obacco9 all in siirane rui ihi.b.1 ipanies. old velfo , o jm ! m es of any Lowcjiln America. Comp; inmrnrmiwi ' 1 Y J I I1 '' . GIBSON iSOYy ClQerporU. E.F lYQyt, McQuaJy. Xy. in the legislature. She was an excellent Rood woman, a member of the Baptist church, patient and long suffering, and if one eyer received reward in heaven because of the truth behind tho quotation, "Whom the Lord loyeth He chubleneth," she certainly did, for to her came more afflictions than come to most persons; since the day of Job. One ofheryoung est children was bcalded to death in a tanning vat, soon after another was burned to death on the home hearth, another son enlisted n the southern army and was murdered on the streets of a southern city. Three years ago another son was killed by a falling plank at Stanley. Ky. Another son was killed on the streets of Hawesvllle was burnd( to dath 1b a' A son forest fire In this county near his bom a few venrs ato. and his son fust lik Hfe in a bteam boat disaster on, the Mis-- j In-la- WHITE HOUSE Is The Scene Of The big Furictlon Which Marks Fbr-ma- ll Notification Of President Taft TBe Tt L. lnciiuani r m AUL, :- -: Cloverport, Ky. Crt( Co., Mkr BEAUTY Stvla 143 that He Has Bet-- n Nomi nated! - I'residekt iievcny,! airs., July lalt wti receive tlie formal uotificatiiW tbat hn is the unntcee of the KenubM can parly at!, the White House, in Was IFIKUN, AUUU8C i. lie Oelievts Unit WnSbiugton is the most couvtHiMt place or thncotnniltlee to wait upli hi in and desiWs to ttiiterUiu them Ik iwe wane iumse. It baa been propo to hold the certmony here. , it 13 pOIM4Me dint in is. nnfii nuni ..'v ibm id Com rl C. It dentist PERMMKentuckv i r. v" TT YATTY m -- - m. i ? Y (limed ob piK'e 1 th il- .1 "' - i it 1 r.&l, P raHmmmmmmi I 1 I rK H aa RMERS' BANK "w ?, h bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvhbki' "J I 1 1 w r r I b I jjlHHiHMflF "Intel i j ll 1 V. 1 i (d ilBSSSJBiKaAABlteKtm. -- s, "T M -- . BHjBBMBBjBBBJwiaBRflr HiBBB k. L KBVJgBBBBBBBBBnKBUf " uftJHBvttvBWvBBHBjQJlu ! li ! 1 . m' S J Sm. H. ftt MV BBBBBBBBBBJSBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBPFtyJrf Mv 5L Jit BB WWHMHiiUeBUHWkAi Wht Breckenrjdge News WKDNKSDAY, JULY :i, 1912 Mm.. Witl.Wmxta, who Huh been Mt-- n Mr. Walter and GrHham, has returned to her home in Louisville. Mr. 4 and Mrt. Marl in Weatherholt son, Forrest Drwien and Leonard, VIM PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, grandmother, nnd Aunt Mary, nnd tben tho quaint pictures of fntlior nnd motfier taken just after tho war monny couldn't Imy I hem from you. L W a.rv t s For Sale BALE A li liorc power stationery Ga Knitlnn; Wntklni mike, in Rood ro pair HreckcnrltlRO Nows. Oiotetport, Kjr. MllHJUtAl1 TEi TOR were in Loul'Ville Mnudn Little Miss Put line Whitler, of Ford -vllle, is spending tlie week here with her sister, Mrs Roy Hei.ttv. GENERAL OFFICES Miss Brook Carman has returned NEW YORK AND CHICAGO home from Irvington where she vlslttd RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Mr and Mrs. Jacob Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Tatum nnd POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS COlt Try Our 0111Y For Sale of IpruI hunks. OloTcrport. ICy. For Sale pOttSAf.K-Dood- ft, MorlRDKCS Ureukunrldgu and nil kinds Mows, children spent Sunday In Hendctson CKTIUFIUATK-Are you forgetful of tho fnct PENSION An exact copy ot tlio.otlm Niw olllcu. Issued hjr with Mr. nnd Mrs Eugene Tatum iTinion ilintfutttio generations would too all (tone. uinco, Uctom now before they nro Mr and Mrs. Hairy Newsom nnd $ 2 BO For Precinct find city Offices cherish just such picttmn of $ 6 00 little daughter, Margaret, arrived home FOR SALE HOUSE For County Offices you? 15 00 Sattmlaj from u delighttul visit west. f Far Stxte and District Offices House with nlr vi COU SALE A rmidii and Rood outbuildings: n wull and Mrs. I) V Kairleigh and Mrs. John 10 For Calls, per line 20 acres of roou land rlRht at tlm rnllro:icl 10 D. B.tbbage spent Friday in Owenst RsprlPR nrnr )y. A station A For Cardo, per Hue... . (rood pluco foru grocery storo or n bliicUsmltli C. G. BRABANDT boro, trie guest of Mrs. Mary Wathen. sliop TMi uroticrtv at llockvitlo, ItMH'kln. For All Publications hi tbc interrKIne county, Ky. Tor further puMlruiurs. PHOTOCllUl'IIKK Miss Ha'.tie Yarbough, who has bei n est o( individuals or rxpressiut call on or iiddr.si mo nt Itockvn . K'v. .1 It A U MIRY 10 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate, individual views per line of has returntd to her home in Louisville. For Sale Gray Coat Suit Insure our property against loss by The interest continues to grow and the SALR-CSuit. Rray woolen muter fire, lightning and wind with W. C. tevivnl spirit is increasing in power. FOK second Inindrd. hut not worn much nnd w II w.irth tho prion J3. Slo 3d hust, Moorman, Glen Dean. Write or phone Bro. Lewis pteiiched two strong sermons skirt Inches, vnto4li NowsOfllco him. LOCAL BREVITIES SundrtV. Iu the morning his Subject whs, Mrs. Pearl Winget and little sor, Taylor Triplelt and family, of Laport, "The Holy Spirit ' mid at night, "The Texas, will arrive here thts fust week Sin Against the Holy Ghost.' At the Claude, of Owensboro, spent last week in August to visit his sister, Mrs. Fred unfiling service the interest was so deep with their aunt, Mrs. Henry Elder. Mrs. Allen Kingsbury is improving, that some were in tears and the audible Thurman. Miss Cecilia Manning and Phllomenn p.mil Nnltu snent several days in shout of praise was heard. At night the Mills, of Rhodelia, spent a few days Look out for hail stotms this season. rf Louisville last week. Be on the safe side. Insure your tu building was crowded to its uttnoit seiz- last week with Miss Susie O'Brynn. spending this buccn against hail with W. C. Moor- ing enptcity, aud a holy hush pervade Miss Edmondson is Miss Ruth Elder, of Guston, is spendthe congregation as Bio. Lewis spoke 011 ing a few days with her parents, Mr. week in Owensboro. man, Glen Dean. the unpardonable sin. At the clo-i- of and Mrs T. E. Eldfr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daugherty we o Mrs. J. F. Carter entertained to dinthe service several cattle lorwaid (or in Louisville last week. ner Saturday, Mr. and Mrs, Sclumtt, Mrs. Muude Stiff, of Louisville, is prayer and one strong uirii was conspending a few weeks with her mother, Lilyan McGuflin will arrive from Lou- Mr. 'nd Mrs. Frank (Jaiter, Mi&s verted. Schmitt and Miss Mitchell. Mrs. Jannie Elder. isville today to visit Tula Babbage. There have been thirty additions to of Hites Run, is Little Willie May, the three year old The dance at Mattingly's Hall SaturMiss Francis Smart, the church to date mid many are inter- - l daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert day night was a success in spite of tho aunt, Mrs. Chas. Furrow. visiting her estetl. The meeting has been in prog- Mr;.. Wm. Hoffious and Mrs. Fred Walker.of near Hardin's School llousi , 11 ss t o weeks but the l is sj rain Little Lyca Catherine Clarke, of spent Thursday in Owensboro. died July 3, of convulsions. hiiiI the Pastor Newton manifest that B o. Lewi Lew Holmes, of Louisville, went to felt that the meeting should continue! Louisville.is visiting her of Bardstown, was Richard Wathen, of longer. It has been several ers since Mr. und Mrs R C. Clarke the guest of Miss Francis Smith Thurs Owensboro last week to be t.:e guest li: MeCulloeh. Mr. Holmes asked a t. r reaching revivitl has baeii experJ. Dr. H. N. Bisham, ot Curdsvllle.was day. about all his old friends in Cloverport. ienced here, not pirhap since Hro the guest of his nephew, C. II. Elder, Mr. Weber, of Louisville, was the Bro Friday and Saturday Burton Orom, of St. Lcuis, who has IVi.dleton Joues whs lure dtt guest of Miss Kathrine Moorman Sunbeen visiting his father, A. B. Orom, Vine's pastorate. The meeting tmw Lee Spink, who has been spending day. and und other relatives, has returned home nroi'tts elves nromue of resultintr iu a the summer at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ciyde Morrison uccorrfpanied by his little sister, Efiie general and far reaching revival. There Sute Brown, returned to his home in children are visiting relatives in Louis- Orom. is a field hereof great pioinise mi i of St. Louis Saturday. v ville, Mrs. Dolly Van Meter has gone to limitless opportunity for a great meetEdwin Egart returned home from Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter O'Neil have Askins to spend a mouth with- her ing' Over fifty per cent of the oopula" Louisville Saturday. Stephens-por- t. been visiting atChenault and mother, Mrs. J. F. Clay comb. She tion of Cloverport are not connected C. H.Elder and Albert Egart went was uccompanied by her brother, Clay- with the four religous organizations tha1 to Concordia Friday. maintain services and a great part of Black, of Bardstown, is ton Claycomb. Mrs. John Babe Harris, of Louisville, who is Oh, that God's S. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Georgia White has returned these are unsaved. people were alive to their opportunities visiting his parents at Concordia, called R. Berry. from Memphis. Tenn. She was accommid felt more keenly a sense of their on Miss Mae Eider Sunday. Missionary Society will panied home by Mrs. Edwin Bell, who responsibility. Oh, that God's people The Ladies Mrs. J. D. Cunningham and son, Lee, Mr. and njeit Monday afternoon at the Method- will visit her uncle and aunt, had eyes to see that thej might look of Chenault, were the guests of Mrs Mrs. A. R. Fishei several weeks. ist church. upon the field white unto the harvest. Julia O'Bryan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cooper, nee 'Enlaige the place of thy tent, etretch Mr. and Mrs. Allie Burch are the Jesse Holme Miller, of Sample, was visiting foith the curtains of thy habitations, proud ere last week. He is an enthusiastic Miss Hawk'ns, who has been parents of a fine boy, born July relatives here, have ret rned to Louis spate noc, lengthen thy c.irtl, and the 1 t ilson man. ville. They were accompanied by Mr strengthen thv stakes for thou ilmlt Mr. and Mrs. John Ridge and sont J.R. Mitchell spent several di y with friend, Mr Mack McCoy, of break forth on the right hand and on the rnon, returned home Surday night Cooper's his brother, Mr. Sol Mitchell, at Derby Lebanon Junction. left. 1'or the Lord hath called thee as this week from Louisville. a woman forsaken and grieved in spirit, Mrs. Nannie Wills and Miss Gensie aud a wife of youth, when thou wast Saturday. reEntertained Wills will leave next week to visit saith the Lotd. For a small moUNION STAR. latives in Webster. Mistes Eloise Nolte and Miss Leonora ment I have forsakeu thee; but with of ) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitehouse, McGuvock entertained the C. H S. g ett mercies will I gather thte. In a (t West Point, were guests of Mrs. Fran clas's of I9II at the home of Mr. and lit'le wrath I hid my face from thee lor Mrs. A. B. Cnshman, Miss Liss cis Sawyer bnndav. Mrs. 1. C. Nolte Saturday afternoor. a moment; but with everlasting kind and Miss Hallie Severs were in w Rev W. T. Moore, Presbyterian Each class girl brought a babv picture uess will I, bave mercy on thee, saith the Owensboro last week. Evangelist, spent Sunday with S. S of herself and the guests gueied each Lird thy Redeemer" Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Basset t returned The nfftir was bright I'nlshtd 3:40 Dowell at Iivmton. other's picture. Saturday from a .to relatives ili MUs M.nnie Schaad is spending the and jolly and refreshments were served. Wet J'tint. Misses Leonora summer in st. Louis and her home is at Those invited were: Miss Grace McCoy is visiting her is- McGavo'ck, Jeanuttte Burn, Claudia 120 Chauteau Ave. ter, Mrs. Julius Stppel, in Irvington. B.tbbage, Su.sette Saw Mrs. Kate Bennett, of Irvington. and Fate. Mildred Roy Bassett was in Frymire Sunday. Fordsville, arrived Fri- yer, Auna Mabel Kramer, Mrs. Robert Mrs. Lewis, of Wilson, Miss Bertha Walls, Miss M r carpenter on the Taras-coLamar Gardener, of Chenault, was Lee Egart, day to visit relatives. tlm Miller and Miss Nolte. came home to spend a few days the guest of Miss Nannie Hall Sunday. been home from Jeh W. Owen has with his ipother, Mrs Edwin Egart. D. B Lawson, of Hawesville, was the South visiting his parents, Dr. Mrs. Mary Elder, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Maggie Cart SaturThe Baptist Revival. Owen and Mrs. Owen. day afternoon. visiting relatives at this place. Miss Can returned Moorman will return from Frank V R Elder spent 'a few days this home with him Saturday evening. SundHy w.is girat ilav in the Louisville this veek and will be at his in pr Kress at the Haptist church, week with his brother, Henry Elder. Buhrman Dowell entertained the fi post at the shops here. At -nover-fnllli J Pension Certificates Poplin Hats Just the thing for These Hot Days r oit White, Tan, Gray J Only 50c J. C. NOLTE 6c BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 1 e i11U-rc.1- I grand-parent- s, ig NOTICE! HOTilWillffi 111 - Examine the j'nw or molar teeth of your horses nnd mules. Note tho sliurp, lon; utid uneven gritidinjr surface nnd this will readily explain tho unthriftincss of such animals. Have the surface of the teeth nide to tin even hearinp: so the food can he thoroughly masticated nnd put in a proper condition for digestion. Note the change in the animal's condition in general and you will ho convinced of tho great necessity or this much ncpheted duty. No moi'ey will pie larer ieturnstLan tbattpent in keeping your horses' teeth in the proj er condition. 1 am prorated to do any kind of stock dentistry. Give me a trial. Teeth Filled for $1.50 (I DR. FLOYD GILLIATT V lowing Mioses Mb." Nell Cnshman day from Louisville. Hardin sburg, Ky. dj at his home Saturday evening: Amnions next Saturday for the benefit J " 1 ut Cash-ma- n Nannie and Brook Hall and of the new church. Be sure to come. Francis and Hallie Severs, Messrs. Ivan WHITE HOUSE Jol'.v, Roy Bassett and Willie Dutschke. (Coutinued from Page 4) Tuft children will their summer The croquet plavers met at Rov liom b re lor a few dys to be preset t at the tiolificili'tn Cfremoiiies. IU sett's Saturday afternoon. Tlie pr tdent Iiun icriingrd a recep-- ti e, Hom?r Barr and sister, Amy, vof t r Mill 'lev v ek o the subcomtvere the week end guests of mittee of the Retmhliciill liiiticuinl committee wliu h s to meet to go over the Chas. Kroush. Munition hikI w tch will hear his sugMiss Rheuellnu Dowell has returned gestions fr a eliiiiriii.in of the nation d from an extended visit to to her brother comtntttre. ScvithI bundled iuvitntioiiB luiv- - lireu ent "tit. Mhv of th O'ont-ineOtis Dowell at Stephensport. Republicans of the couutiy wll Miss Ruby Dowell is staying at be preeut. Stephensport now studying music. Ti e pr s dent has not c ottigcd his MUs Hallie Severs began her school mi nl to k oMHirmaii of the natioi a committee, a d tt js Slid that his at Frynrre last Mondaj. C D. U'lle-- , will probably ts There will be an ice cream supper at selected. e returned Satur- vi-.- it -- Frv-mlr- 1 WYVILLE n, -- a-- I Ol 'IU H Ml LWlr- - i m- - nw II - .11 IL .k. ion HOI CZ3QIZ3C hoc 0 McQUADY PICN tmm xzxix&ejmmmemmeMMzrm, t-U c i -- cznoizz) ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS Nil Ha, frl r anq Saturday, AUG!J ST lo, m2 - uZ.cMjMM&i.2ia'. jagjaBjih :gtwflw mmmw.ti ,j,,c . .t aob f icI orflyo WfMSMi nntlnepilcin yent fatally and la the car of yor own and you want the bent. Continued from iko Instead of what yon have been wilntf a veto of 579 for Parker to CIO for such as ltqHltl or tablet nnttaeptle or peroxide, won't you pletwte try Paxtlne, Bryan. antiseptic powder to be defeat of Colonel Hryan for the a concentrated The dissolved In water aa needed. was a temporary chairmanship Paxtlne n mora economical, more event for the democratic cleansing, more germicidal and more party, and the loadors and the rank healing than anything you over used. nnd file of the party knew It when It occurred. It was no longer a contest between candidates. It was war to the bitter end between Mr, Drynn nnd Mr. Murphy. Hoth had accepted the ANTISEPTIC sago of bnttle, nnd there would be no compromise. In tho toilet to cleanse nnd whiten The change In the party alignment tho teeth, rcmovo tartar and prevent brought many surprises to the lay decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease perms, and purify tho brcnth. man, among thnm the swinging st To keep artificial teeth and brldgework Theodore A. Boll of California, tem- clean and odorlcBs. To remove nicotine porary chairman of tho Denver from tho teeth and purify tho breath of four years ago to tho Mur- after smoking. To erndlcntc pcrsolrn-tioodors by sponge bathing. phy forces Mr. I3rll led tho opposition As a medicinal ntrcnt for local to Bryan, and did not hesitate In demanding that the Nobrnskan, to whom treatment of femlnlno Ills where pelvic and ulceration the Democracy had given three oppor catarrh, inflammation hot douches of nothing equals tunltles, now Btcp nsldo and permit-othe- exist, Paxtlne. For ten years tho Lydla E. lenders to shnpo tho course of Plnkham Med. Co. has been regularly the pnrty. advising their patients to use it because Paulson of Its extraordinary cleansing, healing After the voto of Ohio expressed tho feelings of and germicidal power. For this pur- many of the old lenders who had that foso nlono Paxtlne 's worth Us weight Albo for nasal catarrh, son day voted against Rryan, when he throat, inflamed eyes, cutsand wounds eald: All druggists, 25 and r.O cents u box "The defeat of Mr. Bryan, necessary Trial bov and testimony of 31 though It wns, was an occasion for women frc on request. tears rather than cheers. Ho has been THE PAXTONTOU.ETCO.iBoston,IYU nnd Is a great man, but lie has had his opportunity, and must now step aside." or nolmont nniT ?:yan, no itoum That Tuesday night following the lavor withdraw the last raragrnph of his defeat of Mr Bryan will ever remain resolution. a memorable one In Democratic histho "No! No!" tory. The great question of that night delegations camo two cries from the states. of the was: "Is It to be a bolt?" Raising his volco so as to bo heard Among tho leaders for the various above tho uproar, Mr. Bryan stated candidates, the Clark forces Instantly that two delegates from Virginia had If tho speaker was to realized that asked that such part of the last parawin he must do so In spite of Mr. graph ns applied to Virginia be with Bryan's opposition Tho Wilson leaddrawn, nnd ho would do so, and If one ers knew they would h'avo Bryan's delegate from New York would make support, but would It suffice? Lead- tho samo request for thnt state he ers of other candidates were wonder- would withdraw the last paragraph ing what form the alignment would entirely. take when tho deadlock between Clark Again came tho cries of "No! No!" and Wil&on should be broken. accompanied by groans and IiIbscs Mr. Bryan was named as a member Tho convention nt that moment was of tho committee on resolutions, but against Mr. Bryan and bis resolution refused tho chnirmanshlp of the comus originally read would have been mittee. The reason for his refusal voted down, had the opportunity been was explained on Thursday night, offered. when, after tho permanent organizaBrlco succeeded in getting attention tion had been completed and Olllo and In the name of the Virginia deleJames of Kentucky had delivered his gation offered dcllance to the Comaddress as permanent chairman, Mr. moner, stating that no member of the Bryan stepped to tho front of the speaker's platform and asked unanimous consent for tho presentation of a resolution. But tho convention was not willing to tako Mr. Bryan on faith, and cries of "No! No!" "Read 1t! Itend the resolution!" arose from all parts of tho great hall. Mr. Brynn, raising his voice so that It filled the hall, and could bo beard despite the uproar, read: "ItesolTed, That we hereby declare ourselves against the nomination of any candidate representing or under tho domination of J. Plerpont Morgan, Thomas F. Byan, August Belmont or any other member of the favored or privilege seeking clasB. Also that we ask any delogate representing such an interost be requested to withdraw." It is Impossible for words to .express the uproar and turmoil of the Cheers, groans, catcalls, moment. Cum L hisses were mingled in one deafening road. Mr. Bryan had again put the oppo' sition on tho defensive, iVC "V "Mr. Chairman! Mr. Chairman!" came the demands for recognition from all portions of the ball, and ConI gressman Brlce of Virginia was recogf..r VHii waooton nized and invited to the speaker's stand. When a semblance of order had the Virginia delegation had asked for been restored, and before Mr. Brlce tho withdrawal of any part of tho had had an opportunity to speak, Mr resolution; that Virginia was entirely Bryan announced that If New York competent to handle Its Internal afand Virginia would tako a poll of fairs, and would recognize no right of their delegations, and If a majority of Mr. Bryan to meddle with her. New York's policy of silence, a polt'io delegates of each state voted In icy which was maintained throughout tho convention, remained unbroken throughout the turmoil, which lasted raft&ijSsi for an hour. Before the voto which bad been &i naked for on Uwj suspension of the Of per-son, 1 con-Tentl- 101 WM WON For Women Who Care ar ref Ate Dmnocmtfc DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM SUMMARIZED I (Hmrtor hours, and In ft there mftMd t fee employed every noWmaklwg fMple-men- t mmtmtad for AM om nomfnutton rrn-tinne- CHURCH DIRECTORY t Clovcrport Churches Bapttat Church t n r sy tpir'' rtifTf' i J . m An writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I cou!J scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." E53 rules could bo taken Mr. Bryan withdrew tho last naragraph f his reso lution, and tho resolution was then passed practically unanimously. The dramatic Incident, probably tho moat dramatic that has over occurred In a national political convention, bad but scrred to widen the breach between the Bryan and Murphy forces, if that were possible. From the first to tho ninth ballot Now Tork voted "SrO for Harmon," and Nebraska voted almost solidly for Clark, as Instructed by the statw Mr. Bryan, aa a Nebraska delegate-ot-Urg- e, following the instructions up to and inctading the fourteenth ballot. On the tenth ballot New York switched to "90 for Clark," con-voitlo- JlArtUUI The Woman's Tonic health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubtef. We urge you to try it Begin today. i A woman's causing a Clark demonstration. The balloting continued without Berious interruption until Nebraska was called on the flftenth, when Mr. Bryun arose from his sent on tho floor and usked permission to explain a change in his voto. "No! No!" camo the cries, and Congressman Sulzer of Now York, who was presiding, ruled tho Nebraskan out of order, and Instructed him to vote without an explanation. "Despite my instructions, I will not voto for Clark so long as New York votes for him," yellod Mr, Bryan, and pandemonium was again loose In the great convention. The unanimous consent which Mr, Bryan had asked whb Anally granted at the request of Senator Ste&e of Missouri. From the platform Mr. Bryan re4 a typewrUie statement, sayUtf he did sq f or tb rmtw that be did not 1 ever Invented. Great as wan the Clark demonstration, however, it did not compare In noise with that led by the Princeton boya when Jud-Weetcott named the New Jersey executive. For more than one and a half hours the din continued, the lusty youngsters seeming to glory In their ability to keep It up. of Of all of the demonstrations Thursday night the most amusing was that started by a man In the press stand for Governor Baldwin, when the namo of tho Connecticut executive was entered In the race for the nomination. Realizing that the fourteen delegates from Connecticut could not successfully compote with the strong-- ' cr following of tjio other candidates, the men In the press stand volunteered a noisy assistance which they continued for moro than twenty minutes nnd which subsided only when supervision and rate regulation of railroads, exFavors efficient tho chnlr threatened to clear the press companies, telegraph and telephone lines and a valuation of press stand if the reporters did not these companies by the Interstate commerce commission. stop. Tho many star writers In the In connection with a demand for such a revision of the banking press stand, men whoso reputations laws as will give temporary relief In case of financial distress there Is led tho for genius are a denunciation of the Aldrlch bill prepared by the monetary commisBaldwin demonstration, and Introsion. duced Into It all tho elements of n Recommends Investigation of agricultural credit societies In Euvaudeville show or a rope to ascertain whether a system of rural credits may be devised club dinner. It was tho one realsuitable to conditions In the United States. ly spontaneous and amusing demonPledges party to enactment of legislation to prevent devastation stration of tho long week. of lower Mississippi valley by floods. "Alfnlfa Bill" Murry, a "Wilson deleFavors national aid regarding post roads. gate from Oklahoma, was tho acRepeats party's declaration of the platform of 1908 as to Hght3 of knowledged leader of the Wilson labor and pledges the party to an employes' compensation law. "demonstrators" among tho delegareDeclares the unnecessary Withdrawal of public lands tends to tions. Any time "Alfalfa Bill" wanted upon policy of conservation; tard development and bring to start something ho would raise his to make available Alaskan coal lands. declares for Immediate action tousclled head, wave his long arms af Favors encouragement of agriculture and legislation to suppress tho north gallery whore a group of gambling In agricultural products. Princeton boys had scats, and let out Believes in fostering growth of a merchant marine. a wild west. yell. It nevor failed to Reaffirms previous declarations regarding pure food and public nroduco results. It was such a mov health. that started the demonstration on Sat. Favors reorganization of the civil service urday night when on tho twenty legislation. Recommends law reform e'xecu Reaffirms position against "policy of Imperialism and colonial X fourth ballot the New Jersey tlvo passed tho four hundred mark. exploitation" In Philippines. Of the many visitors to tho conven Demands for Alaska full enjoyment of rights and privileges of X tion none created more Interest than territorial form of government. Mrs. William H. Taft, when on Thurs Favors parcels post and extension of rural delivery, day afternoon and evening she occiv pled d scat in the box immediately to be misquoted. It was a scathing o.anciineld could not conclude tne back of the speaker's stand. Sh arraignment of Murphy and tho Inter- sentence. It was drowned In a burst was the guest of Mrs. Norman II Mack. ests Bryan claims Murphy represents, ' of cheers. Mrs. Taft entered the convention and another effort to read Tammany While tho speaker delivered this out of the Democratic party. Ho re- attack Bryan Bnt quietly in his sent. iall Just before Temporary Chairman ferred to his resolution which tho con- Ho watched Stanchfield closely and Pnrker surrendered the gavel to Pep manen't Chairman James. The crowd vention had passed on Thursday night, occasionally smiled. said no candidate the party might and "I desire to say again, the vote of watched the first lady of tho land with nominate with the assistance of the Now York Is vital to success," contin- eager interest as she listened to the New York delegation voting as a unli ued Mr. Stanchfield. "And no man can denunciation of her distinguished husunder the direction of Murphy would go forth from this convention stigma- band and the arraignment of his adbe in a. position to carry out the prom tised and branded with the mark of ministration contained in the speech ises of that resolution. Bryanlsm upon him and come within of the permanent chairman. But If they expected any evidences of disThe reading of his statement war half a million votes of success. Interrupted time after time before It "When Mr. Bryan makes the state- pleasure on the part of Mrs. Taft they was completed, and when completed n ment that these delegates from New were disappointed, for she only smiled hundred or more delegates were on York are under the influence of Mor- at eacb telling point, and at the congan and Ryan and Belmont, the 'pluto- clusion of the address applauded the floor clamoring for recognition. crats' of this convention, he omits vigorously. She did not applaud, or "Will you support the nominee this convention?" yelled one delegate one name. Outside of the three he even smile, when Mr. James turned "I do not expect to bolt," parried has named, the rlchent end most pow- his attention from President Taft to erful plutocrat on the floor is the Colonel Roosevelt and included the Mr. Bryan. latter in his arraignment and among Another succeeded In asking h lenr gentleman 'rom Nebraska himself." All day tho delegates were In fight- those to whom the Democratic party hypothetical question, which Bryan was unalterably opposed. lefused to answer unless It were frig mood, and once there was a genAs Mrs. Taft entered the box with which Bryan was the cenuine riot of made more explicit. Mrs. Mack a southerner Another asked whether he consid- ter. He resented as an insult the near enough to distinguish her startaction of some Clark enthusiasts In ed an ovation for her. When pleasered a refusal to support a candidate receiving Murphy's support the same placing In front of the Commoner a antly chided for his actions by a as a refusal to support for president banner bearing words of praise of younger acquaintance he replied: a man nominated with Murphy's sup- Clark attributed to Bryan In 1910. "The first lndy of this land, or any Missouri. New Jersey and Nebraska lady, Is entitled to the courtesy of evport. "Does not the law make a differ- delegates "mixed It up," and even ery gentleman, and I would have you took a know, ence." replied Mr. Bryan, "between some press correspondents sir, that the Democrats of tho the lawyer who defends a criminal hand Then the police separated the South are gentlemen." Dockery after the crime has been committed, bplligorents and later A. M. Mr. Bryan and his followers made and tho man who assists in the com- and Dave Francis sent npologles to political capital from the appearance Bryan, disclaiming for the Missouri in the convention of Ryan and Belmission of crime " Bryan then announced his voto delegation any connection with the mont. They acted as a red rag to a Mr. for Woodrow Wilson and retired to banner. bull on the Bryan cohorts. Belmont Tired and out of temper, tho dele- occupied a conspicuous placo in tbe his seat in the 'Nebraska delegation; nnd ho continued to cast his vote for gates assembled at noon Tuesday, first row in the box immediately bock determined to wind up matters quick- of the speaker, while Ryan, though ocWilson throughout the night. to break both the ly if poesible. On the first ballot of cupying a seat with the Virginia deleNumerous efforts Illinois switch- gation ordinarily, was on the speakunit rule as applied to instructed dele- the day, the ed over to Wilson and on the succeed- er's stand a number of times. Ryan rule as gations and the to the nomination were made ing ballots tho vote of the governor, woro a plain business suit, and so far previous to the Saturday night ad- rapidly Increased. After the forty-fift- as clothing was concerned could not Senator Bankhcad arose and have been distinguished from any of journment The first of theso appllod to Ohio and was successful, the move withdrew the namo of Oscar Under- the other delegates. Belmont attendadding ton votos to the Wilson wood. "That means Wilson." said the ed most of the evening sessions strength. But the resolution that ap- managers for Clark. Then Governor dressed In evening clothes, the broad name also was withdrawn, expanse of his white shirt front makplied to Ohio did not cover other Foss states, and the enforcing of tho rule whereupon Senator Stone and ing him easily distinguishable from Francis gave up hopo for others around him. led to wrangles on every ballot. tho speaker. They formally released balBryan, when not on tho stand, ocAt the clone of tho twenty-Aftlot late Saturday night Senator Stono tho Clark delegates from .their pledges, cupied a seat with the Nebraska delegation Immediately In front of tbt of Missouri asked unanimous consent and it seemed all over but the shouting. But tho Tammany bunch and speaker and facing Belmont Durtnc for the consideration of a motion that beginning with the twenty-eight- somo others were still stubborn and the sessions us tho delegates would ballot the lowest man should Fitzgerald of New York objected to flock around the Nebraskan seeking drop oat of the race, and on th final tho unanimous nomliUlon of Wilson his advice or counsel, or upbraldlns ballot tbe candidate receiving tho by acclamation. So further calling of him for his opposition, he would point majority of the votes coat should bo tho roll was necessary. hlB finger at Belmont to emphasize bis Every strategy known in political points, and bis action woukl nearly tho party noralnoe. Tho Texas delestampede the always result In an uproar. gation offered immediate objection, generalship was tried to On Thursdsy night, at tbe close ot and the long, tedious calling of tho convention for the different candl. dates. No convention in the history Senator Reed's speech naming Cjark, roll of states continued. wild With Monday camo two important of this country has seen such the speaker's beautiful daughter stepand interesting features. One was demonstrations ns have been wit- ped onto a chair in the gallery, and Hag with a big American the apparent cracking of the deadlock nessed In this one at Baltimore. wrapped "While Tuesday's dramatic incident, around her, and another In in favor of Wilson. Despite the deseach hand, perate endeavors of. the Clark forces, arising over the selection of a tem- led the cheering for her father. She the governor's vote increased steadily porary chairman, was the cause of was the only woman who figured conon every ballot until, on the thirty-nint- almost unprecedented turmoil, there spicuously in the demonstrations. It stood at 501. After the was nothing even bordering on a demBaltimore is by no means a convenfortieth ballot tho Wilson voto fell onstration. It was Just plain fight tion city. It Is a city of homes with off to 494, his net gain over tho first not enthusiasm. limited hotel accommodations, which Even the Bpeech of Temporary made the housing of the big crowd a ballot being 87. When Wilson was at tho high water mark on Monday, Chairman Parker did not arouse the hard problem to solve. This shortage Clark had slumped to 422 but went uu response so characteristic of- Demo- of hotel accommodations was met by again to 430 before adjournment At cratic conventions of the past, and the appealing to the people of the city to this time It seemed that the Illinois convention showed nothing but a fight- open th'eir homes to the visitors. The delegation held tho key to the situa- ing mood until after tbe incident of committee In charge established a the Bryan resolution of Thursday eveagency where those willtion. The other big event of the day was ning and the beginning of the nomi- ing to acocMtnodate the Democratic guets could list their rooms. The folthe excoriation of Bryan by John B, nating Rpeches. The Clark and Wilson force strug- lowing is a sample of what was offerStanchfield of New York. This was Murphy's first return blow, and it gled valiantly to make tbe greater ed: was a hard one. Praising the New showing for their respective cand"I should like you to rent one of my idate. While Clark was showing the rooms for me," said aa amlable-lcek-laYork delegation, Stanchfield said: elderly lady In weeds. "It Is a "It It by common consent the most greater voting strength, the lung powrepresentative delegation that ever er of the thousands of college beys in large room and It Is furnished with cane to a national convention from the 'Wllsoa following gave to him an antique mahogany furniture, The buNew York. If thee be the 'puppet advantage so far at continued effort reau, bokMMfed to my great grandmothwas ooMWHod. of wax' that Mr, Bryan refers te, we at er. It's a karaUm, and ye know say to that Utt Urrtsta din. at Tiwochv night how few haratOR kuraatu tfeare are publicity-bustinby tk Mfwk koU laflJa. thla couatry. If you oetrid Jtwt marjriet of Which was Following It a, summary ef ths mora Important planks In the platform adopted by the Democratic national convention: Declares for a tariff for revenue only; denounces the high Republican tariff as the principal cause of the unequal distribution of wealth. Favors Immediate downward revision of present duties, especially upon necesiarlet of life. Also favors gradual reduction to at net to Interfere with or destroy legitimate Industries. Takes Issue with the Republican platform at to the high cott of living, contending ! It largely due to high tariff laws. Favsrt vlg&'v, enforcement of the criminal features of the antitrust law. CC'ft&r's such additional legislation at may be necessary td crush riv.'.e monopoly. people to support proposed constitutional amendments, for an Income tax and election of United States senators by vote of the people. Declares for presidential preference primaries. Pledges party to enactment of law prohibiting campaign contributions by corporations and unreasonable campaign contributions by Mdlvlduals. Favors single presidential term and making president Ineligible to pro-vl?e "Mitlst Surdity fcliool, OM n, m. O, B. Mglitfoot, Superintendent, Prayer MeMaw Wednesday 7 90 p m. Ilaptlst Aid: toettty Society meets Monday after fircond Bund?, every month. Mrs. A. M. Bklllman, l'malUmt PrfnchlHg every Second and Fourth Sunday Iter. E. O. Cottrell. Pastor, Hethodldt Church Pundny nj. Il a.m. nnd 7:.K)p. m. Kraiik Lfim Pastor. I'rnyormrctlrtir Wednesday, 1M p. in. npworth 1.1'hruo. regular tervlCt'HUNday p, mi bnilnt-S- i tnneilnir erst Tnwftjr night rarli month. Ml Mnrgarlte Horn, l'rrsldcnt LnrilcA' Aid 'ocloty meet awt Monday each month Mm. Knrrest Light foot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society Hccond Sunday In cverv month. Mrs Tlwl ttnlitmgn, President Choir practice KrWy . ntglit?:S0, A, II Muiray. w-fnDin-dor- lichen, Superintendent MptliooUt Funday Heliool. fliMa. tn. Preaching Ire II. every Presbyterian Church I'rcshyterlan Htinday School DM5 a. . Conrad Hlpix-1- , Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sunday. Itev. Ailalr. MliMter. I'ruviT meetll tr Ttlnxluv. 7:30 li m. TldlM' Aid Society meets Wednesday after TMre Hu dy every mouth. MM Chas. Satterflelfl, President. ',31 world-wid- fil first-clas- s Grid-Iro- Catholic Church First, Sunday of ench month, Mnss,erinfi nnd Ilnni (lK'tlon. 0:00 n. m.. other three, Stj days at 10 15 n m On week days Mass at 7a. m. Catechetical Instruction for thecliHi ren on Haturdays at 8:10 a. m , and on Sundays at li :30 ii, m. nnd 3:30 p. in. - DR. H. Dr. Owen's Oll'ce, Main Hours: S to 12 n. m. 1 to J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Street 5 p. in. Clovcrport, Ky. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky I ocnoizz?1olo1o1fcoo BALL U & MILLER Feed and Livery, In I! U n BUS Stabs M'! (II lli Hardinsburg, OVER : Ky o1CZ3QIIcfccrcZIOEZ3f EXPERIENCE 66 YEA ar - gray-haire- d A ti rone lending a sketch and description mar qutcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an lurentlon Is probably pnirntahla. Commnnlca. UANDRO0K onFtenta HnnsKtrlctlrconlldoiitlal. sunt free. Oldest ot'onrj- for securing patents. l'ntenta taken through Jlunn & Co. recvlre $ptelal notice, trlthout chnrgo. la tbe Trade Marks Designs Copyrights dec s ii handsomely UlmtrMcd weekly. Ijircest of snr sclentldo Journal. Terms, (3 a roir; Inur months, fL SolUbynll newsdealers. A Scientific American. Itrnnch omen, C23 V MUNN &Co.361B'oadw.NewYork F Bt, Washington. D. ti forty-thir- two-thir- d h h Binffsorfle western senator, or governor, or oven a congressman to look at It, I know they would tako It right away, and It would be such a treat for them to live, oven for Just a few days, In a room furnished with old mahogany. My husband traveled lnvf tne west once, ana ho told mo all the furnlturo was Just mado of pine. Ha did not seem to Hko tho west at all. You will bo sure to send me a wostero suveruur ur eenuior, sue she movod away to glvo placo to other woman with rooms to If vou are a hoitbewife vou cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beau tiful by washing dishes, sweeping and dolnu housework all day, nnd crawling into bed dead tired at night. You must get out into the open air and sunHsht.l If you do this every day and keep youi stomach and bowels in good order D taking Chamberlain's! Tablets Vhw needed.you should become both healtb and beautiful. For sale by AH deal ers. ff ,prol-vidln- g t 'I h h - room-rentin- g g went to Annabel's,'? :lit juadfe announced on her return ko "Annabel was cross as could Ifcri would not let me play with her touch one of her playthings." "Well," replied her mother, I was your age, had I gone to tie friend and she would not ! touch her playthings, I should goae straight home," "But times have changed 4 were little, mother," Madfg after due reflection. "I sin face and stayed." The Lookout. Buy it now. Chaiabrlin'a Cbolwa ami Diarrhoea Uatnody most orUiia to b nwld bf wnen The Modern Visitor. 'I did not have a very nlc tirw frlf noise-wakin- g money-grmbbiwg eWee-eklu- c, K strt) wEwr K ovr. iHiy U now at )rprHl for such a a marge ncy. fl by all dwilerc. wnistT" EXCUSE It sweet?" "Exqulslta! 'lro Mr. Wellington laughed. Ttmml lnf It tn m ton') I ) I wasrw lr'M Mr. The latest Ypsitantl ME! Novelized from the Comedy of modo." suffering almost more MarJorie, acutely from being badly frocked than from being duped in her matrimonial hopes, threw herself on Mrs. Welling- IbeSame Nana Phtlalraphi By Rupert Haftiea ILLUSTRATED From Iht Play a rroductd By Henry W. Sara of CeprHHit, Mil, by II. K. Fl 0c CHAPTER XXIV. i i husband, nor relict. They wero suffering- brain-fafrom their ono topic of conversation, and heart-fafrom rapture deferred. had pretended to take a nap and Mallory had protended that ho jjould leave her for her own sakp. weir contradictory chains were to gall. Mallory sat In the smoking- room, and throw aside a cigar. Life was Indeed nauseous when tobacco turned rank on his lips, lio watched without Interest the stupendous scenery whirling past tho train; granite ravines, Infernal grotesques of architecture and diablerie, the' Giant's Teapot, the Dovll's Slide, tho Pulpit Rock, the Hanging Hock, 3 snlaahea of mineral color, as if tlrnnln ,4 paint pots had been spilled or flung against tho cliffs, sudden hushes of green dreary graveyards of sand and sagebrush, mountain streams In frothing panics. His Jaded soul could not respond to any of theso thrillers, the s and melodramatic third-act- s of nature. But with tho arrival of a train-bowho had got on at Evanston with a batch of Salt Lake City newspapers, he woke a little. Tho other men came- trooping round, Hko sheep at a whistle or chickens when a pan of grain Is brought Into the yard. The train "butcher" had a nasal but his strain might have been the h led Piper's tune emptying Hamelln Wot Its grown-ups- . Tho charms of flir tation, matrimonial bliss and fern- j inlno beauty wero forgotten, and tho i males flocked to tho delights of stock-F,- , market reports, political or racing or r dramatic or snortlncr or criminal t, news. Even Ashton braved tho eyes of his fellow men for the luxury of $ burying his nose in a fresh paper. U"Papers, gents? Yes? No?" tho rimln butcher chanted. "Salt Lake pa-- , pf9s7 Ogden papers, all the latest pa-- i pors, comic papers, magazines, pe- rlodlcals." "Here, boy," said Ashton, snapping his Angers, "what's the latest New k'York paper?" "Last Safday's." "Six days old? I read that before 1 left New York. Well, give me that "Salt Lake paper. It has yesterday's siqck mantel, i suppose. "Yps., sir." Ho nnssrd nvor fhn , , 3 sheet and made change, without abat- j'.ing his monody: "Papers, gents. Yes? iCNo? Salt Lake pa " "Whash latesh from Chicago?" said Wellington. t "Monday's." Mr rnnl fhnf ViofirAthot lironlfoof began," laughed Little Jlmmle. "Well, i;lve mo Salt Lake uazoo. It lias uashe-al- l news, I s'pose." ,D, Dili uuiwuui uuanviku, t nd his tone grew reverent as he Wld: "Thn Giants won. Mr. Mattvson Papers, gents, all the iifcwas pitching. 'latest papers, magazines, periodicals." Wedgewood extended ,a languid I hand: "What's tho latest issue of tho London Times?" & "Never heard ot it." & Wedgewood almost fainted, and ,re- ktuVned to his Daedoker of tho United g Mallory was dragging out a miserable existence with a companion who Wan neither mold, wife, nor widow and to whom lie was neither bachelor, The Train Butcher. g Mar-Jerl- e - half-finishe- d j pine-world- s, dime-novel- - herd-boy'- s sing-son- r ' ." iLvDr. Temple summoned tho. lad: "I L Han't supposo you liavo the Ypsllantl J RStates. ot LEgle?" , u- - ad a ist it mi al 5rhe butcher regarded hlra with pity, aBdsnlffed: "I carry newspapers, not poultry." & "Well, glvo mo ho saw a l"plnk weekly of rather plcturesquo apadventure ' pearance, and tho this also attracteds tho Out-,"I'll take him. ljbk." Ho folded tho pink within tho green, and entered into a now and startling world a sort of Journalistic glHraming- tour. "Give mo any old thing," said and flung open an Ogden Jour-b1 till ho found tho sporting page, where his eyes brightened. "By Jove, game! Mattbewson in h 8, the" - i Mai-'lor- ipa-lnnln- g ixt" tie Is most Intcllockslial pitch-hLlttlo Jimmlo, iifMie hen world," saiddisappeared everybody ramparts, whllo tho butch- ngered to oxplaln to the porter etalls of tho great event. ut this time, MarJorie, tired of iretence at slumber, strolled into A bservatlon car, glancing Into the n room, wuero suo saw nounng lewspapors. Then Mrs. Welling- aw her, and smiled: "Coiuo in ke yourself at homo" ku," said Marjorlo, bashfully, m looking for my my " e er u unbuild?" ly do." ltt low he this morning?" tvr- - y dog?" our husband." he's m well aa eould be hera did you gt tfeat kve of a WoHiave 60 children under S years of age; we have 16 boy b.ibies, 8 months and younger.splendid little fellows, any one of whom you might expect some day to bo President of the United States, and we have the sweetest and prettiest lot of boys and girU from 2 to 8 yeurs to be found anywhere. These children need homes; especially do they need the pure country air and good food for the summer months. Won't ou take an interest in these children and allow us to place one of them in your home, on trial at least? It is vtry hard to have these children cramped up in an institution during the summer months. We trust our appeal will result in a large number of bppHcations coming in for the little babie, as" well as the boys and girls from 2 to 8 years of age. Tnanking you in advance, I remain, Yours very respectfully, ily. Geo. L Sehon. "Mattle!" ho raved, "and in perfect Slate Supt. of Kentucky Children's form." And now tho hidden serpent of Jeal- Home Society. ousy, which promised to enliven their future, lifted Its head for the iirst time, and Mallory caught his flrst THE INWARDNESS OF PILES glimpse of an unsuspected member of their household. Marjorio demand- The Cause Is Inside. U o ed with an ominous chill: The Inward Remedy. "And who's Mattle?. Some former sweetheart of yours?" Inward treatment is the secret of the "My dear," laughed Mallory. successful cure for piles, But Marjorio was up and away, old by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky , with apt temper: "So Mattle was in and all druggists under a strict money-bac- k guarantee of satisfaction. tho box, was "she? What Is It to you, tablets) where sho sits? You dare to read acts inwardly, and livens up circulation about her and rave over her perfect of blood in the flabby, swollen parts, form, while you neglect your wife or curing permanently where salves, etc., your oh, what am I, anyway?" onlv give relief. costs but SI for 21 days' Mallory stared at her In amazement. He was beginning to learn mpdicine. Dr. Leonhurdt Co., Station what Ignorant heathen women are B., Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. concerning so many of tho gods and of mankind. Then, with a MCOUADY tenderness ho might not always show, he threw tho paper down and took her In his arms: "You poor child. Mattlo Is a man a pitcher and you're Miss Jessie Frank is visiting Mrs. tho only woman I ever loved and Whoberry near town. you are liable to bo my wlfo any Mr. Les Dehart preached at the Bapminute." tist church Sunday niht. Tho explanation was sufficient, and Mr. and Mrs. George Ball are the she crawled into the shelter of his arm with little noises that served for proud parents of a baby boy. apology, forgiveness and reconciliaMr and Mrs. Garfield Rogers and tion. Then he made the mistake of baby were here Sunday the guests of mentioning the sickening topic of deher sister, Mrs. Owen Elmore. hope: ferred Mrs Hattie Laslie and children spent "A minister's suro to get on at the Saturday and Sunday the guests of her next stop or tho next." Marjorle's nerves wero frayed by sister, Mrs. John Marshall, of Hardins-burtoo much enduring, and It took only a word to sot them jangling: "If you Miss Mary Vernon Board has been say minister to mo again, I'll scream." Mr. and visiting her Then sho tried to control herself with Mrs. Kelly Bland, near here. a pollto: "Where Is tho next stop?" "Ogden." Miss Bessie Tate and Miss Dowell, of "Where's that? On tho map?" Kirk, ure visiting the formers si.ster, "Well, It's In Utah." Mrs. Will lolly. "Utah!" she groaned. "They marMrs Ola Burden and children and ry by wholesale there, and wo can't Mis;, Kebecca Walker, of Cloverpor), oven got a sample" are guests of Mrs. Henry Shrewsbury To bo Continued Misses Cora aud Myrtle Mnttingly spent a few days this week with heir Do aunt at Hardlnsburg. Mrf. Ellen Bates enteitained tiie fol Mrs Nettie lowing guests Thursday: Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Ball, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Minie Taul, Almost everyone know s of Dr. Kilmer't Mrs. Ola Burden, Misses Resie Shrews Swamp-Roothe great kidney, liver and bury, Rebecca Walker ail Marcella i maimer reuieuy, cause of its remark- - Lyons. I able health restoring visiting the Miss Phoebe Frank L properties. Swami Misses Clark near Glen Me in - Root fulfills alma. Miss Ida MaVr, of II linsburg, stopt every with in over. com.ijj rheumatism, here Wtdnesday enro We to Askins. !', iam II mi: DUCK, K)U The farmers are get! Fng behind with ne s. liver, bladder v,fj and every part of the their work on ace oarnt of so much K urinary passage, u rain. corrects inability tc .Mrs. Eva Bryant d children are at hold water and scalding pain in passing Ut Sample the guests o her parents, Mr. or bad effects following use of liimor, wine or beer, ami overcomes that unpleasant ai)d Mrs. Brumfield. uecessity ot being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many Consult T. N, LMcGlothlan for times diicjnt? tho night. subscriptions to I'ourioi-Journi- il. Swamp-R,cis not recommended foi everything but if you have kidney, hvet Times, Port, J onild. Farmers or bladder trouble, it will bo found just lloniit .Tniivniil.i S (ockYurd J our " the remedy you need, It has been thor- ill. Western Kca and Hreclc in private practice, mid has oughly tested a special cr enridgo News. proved so successful that ratiKeiMeut- - has beH made by which all reader of this paper, who hae not already triad it, may kave a sample bottle Notice seat free by mail, alo a book tclliiifc, and how tc abowt Swamp-RoontoN nHdatptifyott wave kidThat iq&olutions W respect are ney ar Uaddar trouble. published tit 5lcite per Hp. Whh wrUinginentiH reading this generous Please do not scnowMtuRriee to offer in this paper and the News without Meeting to satid your auuresa to "SL!?Dr. Kilutar & Co.. " m for the nublicMpn of this WHgkawtoa, N. Y. The regular fif amTpw dollar size bottle are sold bj IdBt of matter. all dmggita. Don't wake any mittakc Wt MMupuber th uauw, Swamp-Rooand tka ad EK JOUnar' Swamp-Hoo- t, Now. SttbacritM ilraalinHUMtoM, M. Y., nwqr battle HEM-ROID, ton's mercy. "I'm so unhappy In this. Couldn't you lend me or sell me something a little smarter?" "I'd lovo to, my dear," said Mrs. Wellington, "but I left homo on short notice myself. I shall need nil my divorce trousseau In Reno. Otherwise I but hero's your husband. You two ought to havo somo place to spoon. I'll lcavo you this wholo room." And sho swept out, nodding to Mallory, who had divined Marjorle's presence, and felt tho need of being near her, though he also folt tho need of finishing the story of tho great ball game. Husbandllke, ho folt that be was conferring sufficient courtesy in throwing n casual smile across the top of the paper, MarJorie studied his motley garb, and her own, and groaned: "Wo'ro a sweet looking pair, aren't we?" "Mr. and Miss Fit," said Mallory, from bohlnd tho paper. "Oh, Harry, has your lovo grown cold?" sho pleaded, "MarJorie, how can you think such a thibg?" still from behind the paper. "Well, Mrs. Wellington said wo ought to havo some place .to spoon, and Bhe went awny and left us, and there you stand and " This pierced oven tho baseball news, and he threw his arms around her with glow of, devotion. She snuggled closer, , and cooed: "Aren't wo having a nice long engagement? Wo'vo traveled a million miles, and the preacher isn't In sight yet. What havo you been reading wedding announcements?" "No I was reading about the most wonderful exhibition. Mattlo was in tho box and In perfect form." "Mattle?" Marjorio gaspod uneas- ef BOURBON PHLTRY CURE down jflaBavTrv In the fapci, water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and, other chick dlneanei. Ono 60c bottle make 12 pallons of icdlclne At alt drugelnts. sample and boohlet on "Dl. case of Fowls" nsnt FKKE. Bourbon Remedy Co. Utbiin, I; a chick's throat cures A few drop PICNICfl M. W. of A. on July 20, 1912 t ihp jrutst ot hit niece, Mra. Louis H. Jolly. Mrs. Carter, of LtuUlH, h th giust of Mr. and Mrs Ar h PullintH. Mlis Clara Prout, of Louisville, who n.is the guest of irs. Matt Payne, for the Fourth is In Webiter as the gueit of her cousin, Master William Prout. Mis Mh White of Horse Branch w.n tlieguent of the MIssci CihIihii Ii)t w ei k Tsylor Dowell went lo Louisville i Moncny Mlsi Louur Taylilr of Cuter was tin? gifstofM n VitglnJa Utm jhft week. Miss Virginia returned home with Miss Bart Cunningham, of ChnH,. Sold By IRVINGTON PKAR.MACY. Irttntnn. Ky Liiilte I'rliU). Mr. nnd Homos Wanted For Little Children. A recent advertisement in the county papers succeeded in finding homes for a large number of children and a great many applications are coming iri now for the older child: en that wo cannot fill S tiiriluv nnd Vr. A Picnic and Barbecue will be given by Camp No. 15,039, Al. VV. of A. in the Lyddan Grove at Webster, Ky. 200 Yards north of the Depot III i,nuUvil!tt I'rulay Inisiiitis. I)r MoruniPii is in Hntlli ril putting on h it suit-- . He ny the oil interests tire booming that town. Mr. and Mrs Davo Henry, of Memphis, are here as guests ot Mr and Mrs". John Louis Henry. Miss Mary Nevltt of Basin Spring, Is the guest of Miss Nell Smith. Miss Mary Smith, of Ouston, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Newsom Gardner. Mrs Julia Mason and daughter, of Rockport, ind . are guests of Mr. and on Hrnudeiil.urg. I, mis J.tly Wls dun I.sw retire Kirtly n nl t JClr old pmt fo Jie, 1 Mrs La Rue Cox. GOOD DINNER WILL BE SERVED Music by O'Brien's String Band Ice Water on the Ground AND LET ALL COME ENJOY THE DAY MANAGERS: J. V. ST. CLAIR M. LYDDAN DR. T. J. HENDRICKS Master Hauser Stlth returned Thursday morning from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Laura Hale returned Monday afternoon from Hawesvilie where she was called on account of the illness and death of her cousin, Mrs. Annie Belle Jirown. Miss Mary Katharine Wimp is in Hopklnsville for a visit to her aunt, Mrs Bailey Waller. Miss Lucde Chambers and Miss Beatrice Storm, of Chambers, are guests of Miss Laura Hale. Mis J. Roienblatt and ba ly have returned from a visit to relatives in Mrs A. O Brady is at home after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Tcny McCoy in Louisville. Miss Xelle Dempster, of Glen Dean, was the charming guest of her cousin, Miss Etiz.ibeth Cnder, Thursday evening to attend the Youts Men's Subscription Dance. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Adkins have turned to Whltesviile after a visit Mr. and Mrs. Tlte Adkins. re- HEM-ROI- -- HEM-ROI- D (sunar-coate- d HEM-ROI- D to deml-god- s g. grand-parent- You Get Up With a Lame Back? t, ue-j- UrdJA JL-v-- s- eVU- tr II ot '' er t, - -- ty-ce- t, RM Miss Francis Moorman, of Glen Dean, was the house guest of Mr. and Louisville. Mrs Louis II Jolly for the Young Mr. and Mrs. Will Ha e and daughMen's Subscription Dance Thursday ter, Elizabeth, left Monday for a visit evening. to Mrs Hale's mothet, Mrs. tarah Musgrase, at Martinsville, Ind Mrs. Lucy Hichardacii, of Vine Grove, is the guest of Ler niece, Mrs. G E. Drury. Miss Mabel McGlothlan returned Your easiest wuy lb muko moiie' is to buy lund in Breekenridgo Wednesday afternoon froirra visit to county. Western land hm had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal Miss Kssie Bices in Loubille. Miss Mary Heron has as her guest spot in nil this country lor climate, for good crops, for good living, Mis Alma Shirley Lynch, of Louis- for good people, ami good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor ville. and cheaper facilities, for caching tho markets two lailroads and Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and M stsr the Ohio rivor. The people tuc pro&porous and land Is cheap. Now Wallace Ashcraft spent the 4tn as in your tune to buy. liitid has advanced from 25 to 50, per CCnt in guests of Mrs. Ashcraft s mother, Mrs. tho lust ten years. In another ten yoirs, land will leap another 50 Nannie Robertson at Ouston. is cheap. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wimp and Bate per cent. Get in now while tho start Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interHerndon were m Big Spring Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Julia est you, write your name and address and we will keep you in touch Clatkson. with our bargains. Misses Kinma Lou and Johnnie Moorman, of den Dean spent the Fourth here as gjests of their sister, Mr. R L. Crimen The Breckcnridgo News has a custotnor for a small, well improvMrs. Clitf Pile, of Vino Grove, was ed farm, good hud near a good school; possession at onco; .$2,000 to $5,000 cush to pay. the guest of Mrs- Roberts Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard and (j 10J acres loc.itod on tu rullroiid w H mllo from Webster, nood bara Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton of Har No. I. A Fine Home Farm Nn 10 Acres 3 miles from I) vlnxton.on rural and crib, reasonably i;oo(lhouo; well watercame over Thursday after-noo- rou u. Uixjd friunu clwolllnt;: 3 rooms mid ed, outlet on every tildo Portion of II, L. dinsburg verundu: to see the finish of the Barbecue. house; 137 kooU turn JOxSo; lUOucrt'S tuniut Kurtz farm I'rlce 13.000 ucren uihUt plow; Kras: Mn '" barn; all and level well iiorus In timber; well watered, cUiern unit nv. 1 9 Kood cres, jrood land cleared,land, George Uhrig, of Muldraugb, Mrs .13 to 0 bushels coru und l"0J pound-iionUs. spent the Fourth here as the guest of toLuccoto uero. Uoodc!oer haul lays .v.ivy located ; 3 inlies from IrrliiKlon. Price Kl.SOO to level location likul and la one ot tho her father, Mr. John Mussleman best iiclKlibortiooas lit the county, Price Nn ll250 licrt's '?,nK ln ;2teuunt Sl.iOO; i Cash Terms on balance iw. iu room dwelling aud hallvalley; 5 Misses Hannah and Judith Ellen bouses, luro tobacco, barn; 3VJ miles outh 300 ucren 3 miles fn m rallrot.U, Beard, Miss Louise Aud and Arthur No. 2 lieur umple;oi!emllutrointclioo - ot Kirk. H tnllu from hciiooI well watered, 3 serines uuar barn; 011 KuralUoute. guests of house. Heard, of Hardlnsburg, were 1CH ucres Jn 5 county;'4 uillo from Ckrou. Meade Mn Mrs Nantue Wathen at Mrs. Nora 100 level; all cin inilo of public hcIiouI, tA uultlvutudiJ itood dwulllues;be " r IWiicres. 8 Board's, and attended the Young Men's tnlie graded school good laml feed bums. h lobicco b.im; 3 miles from 1'urin acres, Subscription Dance Thursday evening. Jn A Oood Stockdwelling;153block well bample. Klin, terms. t (mpro'tU barn. Mrs. James T. Lewis and son, J. T. Grows wheat, toiuuco. corn, l'Iout, iuu I r 175 ucres J mllo Kas.t of IHeu miles from Irvliuion ou Krusa. Dean; (rood, sirouj; llino btoue Lewis, of Fordsvllle, were holiday route. li lunii Is a llttlo rollliu" but rural Nn Till docs koll. watered by wells tuid sirIuK, on Kood 11. UubbuKe, iolM4hli I'rico rl;ht Jno. Mrs L. B. Moremen. guests of county roud. near Koodhubool and churches. Oioverjjort. Ky. fnow tobacco birncoJtil.SOO, 3 stock barns, Mr. M. H. Gabbert, of Elizabeth-towllBJUilftilly locutidoue tullu f r m Kood touaut bouses, Hue clover aud trass No. 5 a llvo tosvn. 100 uurtb Drm'tlcultv laud. Price $.1,100. was In town Wednesday. u ewi Jiiiui, uiilinnroveu, K(o(t 't'dclnn lilii.il Miss Elizabeth Cnder is the ijuost o Witte biiot (or dairy farm. Price reusouublo. IMrt I f 13J tcrcH locitcdl mllo north of JfloJJ U yjM'j.;loj:erportJ: nu. 1U MtQuudy. PrleofJ.OOtf McasU her grandmother, Mrs. Mattingly in Nn 1 good level uillo South odtock vale, balunco In yearly payments. nu. 1'OUt.a mid uocensary4 room dwelling Und, Glen Dean. tenant outbulldluits. I Jake Morrison had as tjoliyol lious j and cliurult In SjO yardu Price Mn 1 7 3?5 acres located near Irvlrurtoo Mr and Mrs. This ono of tho la-- farms In . rl.t&Ocusli. hlKh statoof their guest on the Fourth Miss Brook rvjn o 74 ucres. 3 miles from Kirk, dwell-ii- that section. Under orthardi wellcuitlratlon well liuprovediK'KKl o iiijfm htory 0 rooms uno poreli, an Ideal place. Price 10,v00; H cakli.watered; Carman, of Cloverport. balance good well, small teuiintliousv, good burn und on easy payniorits. Miss Letcher Mathews and Miss and stable, uood urchard. Pennybakeri of Bardstown, are guests Q acres 4M miles from Hurdliw-tracts 100 acres in ouu No O Twoacres In tlio other 121 acres and M in1! burjr. county seatl well Imurov. Si of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mathews rated 3mllofrom lUrdlusburt;, lOo acres 3 ed; ODOOt the best farms! n the county. PrkM Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children) miles from Ilurued; M .uillo ot KliiKswood coiieait. of Cloverport, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. lWucrfs, .' uillw Jake Morrison. suIIm frou IrvlBftoot wll tour &Jtxju 3 well; ikkmI you nc trout Oumioh. Onn v'0 18(5 ttcr-- HwUes wllw lays QloH4uaim, Mrs. Sllie Ad4ieyer and daughter, watr4ioa rural rouw ; sebo4 Uhum f w yuniu rawtoaw " iraim iihw ; vm ucfiMturn e Wf Vlwbvr ; ia ; four cf ih vrM; wui iwoiuco m ef Louisville, are visitiagMr. and Mrs. frovttoHke; klvcUwii ou good ptMssii:mmmm two wlHtl m tobacco la tM4ffhlBkrt buk dwHHx wiUt Tits Adklw. immmK wur, wu im uour ot a itood brim; brH and wmMrt U&tt im etf omum aad mm mm awl tbtt HtW: c avHiituMf. mmcn Mesrs Lul ISL Jolly and Harry untii tMk Ihwill im4Ui iiwiit WW Imm ttbtSff wwy wsMMtsUiUl sablo; 3 to6coo tHfMS; i ttwnt Waijiiii. (ruit. FHMiMtr MrmyliiH at gocM npmr w hni MryeM Coutlir spent W4niay of the yM oy am11 KMoag. OkrrjKWt, Ky. atldruM Jim, O. w uww, trie n,m n wwk la it'aaNvUoB. Friday afternoon. All discarded bound books of auy description re solicited by tho League, those desiring to make a donation of this character may leave them at Dr. Park's ofllce or phone Mrs R 11 McGlothlan, scre'ary of the League. Miss Mary Ale.xander is receiving congratulations as the winner in the School League Popularity Contest The committee on internal improvements of the School Improvement Leaguo has given the school building a most horough cleaning and now have it in prime condition for some other needed improvements which will be made before the opening of school. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Witt will move this week to their new home which has just been completed on College Street. Mr and Mrs. Winfield Hendry and children returned Wednesday from a visit to Mr. Hendry's mother at Preston. Master Robert Owen Trent returned Wednesday from a visit to his uncle, Joe Trent of Custer. Quarterly meeting services were conducted at the Methodist church Friday by the Kev. Mr Rushing P. E. of the Hlizabethtowu District. The School Improvement League is considering the advisability of having the Barbecue at a later date in July on account of the rain having interfered vl h its success on July 4th. A meeting looking to this event was held at the town hall Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Graham, of Springfield, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lawson and family, who have been in Coloraao for the past year seeking Improvement In Mrs. Lawson's health, returned home Wednesday morning. hold an The School interesting call meeting on Improvement League r i Buy Land and Make Money 1 Wanted Small Farm fesr - n .' . it nu' nu. 1 1 nu' n, 1 lu. 1 t u. ' LMO M' 1 n l(t O JAtJJJ 1 l 1, "" X 1 I All Chuichss and Church Societies Should Hive a Bank Account. with Mr, and Mrs. Chas. ll.anford Suh Mr. Sue Hurdaway, of Om.on, dined Twckef and children, sfwnt Sntidny near HartlfchbMix. with their brother Ml I Kpworth LcaKUo, If yoH RnptlH Youiir People's Urlon, Huncliiy Hclioul or Christian Knclpator, open tin Pay out ihu eliurch money ly cliickn, nnd crcry member the church money Inn pone, whe ther for pnstor's salary, ran look nnilw-rwlicrmlwlona or church expenses. EverythlnR In hlnrlf and whlto U tlio rrnst sitllnc lory way oen In church matters licit liomstrand nccurMenens Is tho only rc trcBMirer of your Church, Missionary Society. Wo 'incite the pttnn(!p of every rltiirh nitf will rtndrr tat'nilwlli's nnd Protectant I he mmr crifui n'lvlce nnd uttei lion Hint Is Rlm to tho merchants ii nd nil comairrclttl patron. 1 x Irvington, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. PAYNE, Cashier relatives at Fry mire. Mrs. Ollie Ac'kisson and children, of Sample, visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Avitt. recently. WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS GRANTED On Behalf Of J. G. Cox, With The Charged $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenrldge News one'vear $3.50, Dowell, Kentucky. Murder Of Daniel Near Brandenburg, BIG SPRING Hardinsburg, July 8. (Special) -- On Tuesday, the second of July, 1912 at Brandenburg, at examining trial of J. G. Cox, charged with the murder ot Daniel Dowell on the 27th day of June, I9I2, near Hrandenburir. bail was denied Cox. Application was made to Judge Chelf at Louisville on the sixth, inst,, for writ of habeas corpus, which was granted. This means that Judge Chelf will hear testimony In or der to determine whother Cox is entitled to bail, and the hearing is set for the 12th, inst, at Elizabethtown, Ky. Public sentiment was rampant against Cox, but the probabilltl s are, son Saturday. when the truth of the killing and the Miss Betsy Moorman, of Glen Dean, reason therefor are known, that there will be a d;cliled shifting of feeling on was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Strotlier the part of the puolic Cuuue Mercer laat week. of this bar is representing Mr. Cox. 11 Miss Maud Scott has secured a government position at Vine Grove. C. F. Morris Is visiting his brother, P. L. Morris. Mrs. C B.Witt is visiting het father, Mr. Night, of Louisville. Mesdames Mary Richardson and Julia Brown were the guests of Mrs. Julia Clarkson last week. Miss Vcnnle Moorman, of Quincy, III., is enjoying the summer with her paren s. Lon Richardson was here last week from Louisville. J. H. Harned, of Vine Grove, super vised the Interment of Mrs. Julia Clark- - IWltlW. day. Don't forget the Mlrslonary rally at Mr. awl Mrs KH Hoard, of Kirk, were the Baptist church next Sunday, July in our town Swmky, while liere were the 14th. guests of A. Weatherford and family. Miss Ava Anderson, of Guston, was D. S May hihI family of IlanlitishHrK a pleasant guest at the home of her were the guests of likt mother, Mrs J. sister, Mrs. B. M. Trlplctt, last week. Green, Sunday, Prof, and Mrs. Horace McCoy, of After visiting here Mrs. Joe Morcdock Union Star, are visiting Mrs. McCoy's and son, Fiiilcy, returned to their home parents, Mr. and Mrs Z. T. Stith. in Owctisboro Sunday. Miss Mamie Stith, of Louisville, has Miss lvitinia Gray left Saturday for been visiting relatives recently, McDaiilcIs, where she will take up school, , Mrs. Richardson, of Vine Grove, Is Monday. visiting her brother, Mr. Chas. Blan-forMrs. Steve Davis entertained some of her young; girls friends to dinner Sunday. 1th in LouisRobert Cox spent the Miss Nannie Hcnuchanip has as her ville. week end guests. Misses Ren, Emma, We are glad to learn that Ben Cox, nnd Ada Gray, Mne Pile and l.ehland one of our home boys, made rt certifi- Uutlcr cate at the recent teachers' examination at Brandenburg. He .will teach GUSTON the Bunker Hill school this fall. of Mt Ayr, Rev. Emmctt Hardaway, Iowa, is expected to arrive Tuesday Mrs. Julia Cox, Mrs. C T. Mason nnd to visit his mother, Mrs. Sue Harda Miss Julia Mnsou of Rockport, .Intl.. way, of Guston. were guests of Mrs G W. Smith Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Payne enterMrs. Geo. Lyddau, of Irvington, nnd tained to dinner Sunday. Those pres- Mrs. R. W. Cotes, of Louisville, were the ent were: Rev. L. K. May and family, guests of Mnry Coleman Tuesday. of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A, II. V. Rice was the guest of friends in Stith, of Stith's Valley. Lewisport a few days this week. W. A. Stith and family, of Guston, Miss Iulyth Cundiff was in Ekron last attended services hero Sunday. week. Rufus D. Cain landed in Saturday Sunday School classes taught by night from California for an indefinite TheH. L. Hell, nnd Mrs. Geo Ned met Mrs. stay. at the home of Mrs. Bell Friday evening Mrs. Charlie Scott and Louise Hard- to take a review, given as a contest beaway will leave Wednesday for Frank- tween the classes The young ladies' fort, Versailles and other Blue Grass class taught byMrs.Neff being the winpoints. ners of the contest. Miss Nellie Murphy d. He Wartin REPEATING RIFLE Snt 3 ttmUtkl4T. Lui M 99tKl 20 Wi change mechanism f k You cm buy 'no better gun for target work and all mall game up to 200 yards. long or Kandcs .22 ihm long-rifl- e cartnitu perfedy. The deep BtMtmi riflmg develops maximum power aW accuracy and adds years to the life of riflw. Td eM tn U prelection tnm dUfretirs artnJm pitreaO powJet mmI leb cicctnl tm from bn blown back. The rid rjtioo nertr WithitfftfJ-dow- Mb n wHroucbdndBowHTuick. ccunKrflllK)U. enMnKtion, rmoTibw tcboo ttu, Kl nru cf ur .22 ii Mm quicWtt um emtt Is cJttn. AsmtraeitraariM. Aik say bm dtafcr. b4 ymittU wUirifl .. l.Ji tX1 JiJm kSi ' Yi Willow Strtet rrrfn fivanm Cm , NiwIIhm, r with her (laughter. Mr M. ekeKvwttrf. er Mr. and Mrs. Thus Hook, of Loif. villi, wh pent the Fourth with Nr sister, Mrs. Arms, mum d home Monday. Miss Annie Louise Whit worth got to by him. As the London postolllcc is SlkeMon, Mo., tbis wcrk to visit Mr. to be placed in charge of the pos- ard Mrs. Alfred He.stou. tmaster's surlctles until another apMiss Ella Ahi Is visiting Mrs Harr4jj( pointment Is made and at an early date Norton at Kirk. is desired, your prompt recommendMrs, Mary Trent, Mrs. Wonderlyek'r ation for the appointment of a sue and Mrs. Shopper host, of Louisville', ' cessor to Mr. McIIirgue." Senator Bradley has not, thus far, are guests of Mr and Mrs. Lee Walls. recommended a successor to Mr. McMr. and Mrs. Davis Dowel spent the Fourth at Garfield Hargue. Insure your tobacco against loss by CELEBRATED THE FOURTH ML with W. C Moorman, Glen Dean cation jointly by the White House authorities and Senator Bradley: i n made "An order has this d.ty by direction of the President, remov log Lee B McHargue as p.st master Ht London, Ky.. for vtlllfkation of the President in the newspaper controlled b-- -- The Brecken ridge News Mealcal proress ron in china. medical Tho number of qualified men In China with European or American training Is on tho Increaso. Sevwith foreign ern! medical schools professors have ben set up In vurlous plncea for thp purpose of educ-aUnsuitable natives In the science and practice of modern medicine and T Rev. D. H Willett preached two excellent sermons here Sunday in the Baptist church. Bro Willett is a very bright young man and is surely cal ed of God to preach the gospel. May the Lord make him a great power. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius, Mr. and Mrs Joe Bill Morgan were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Deickmau, of Mystic, Sunday. Harvey I'ulliam was at home Sunday. He is pleassd with his work and we are glad he is so fortunate. Whore from? Editor. I am closing out my Hats At Cost Mr. G. W. Payne. Gordon I'ay-icame from Cloverport Sunday to see his parents. We are rejoiced to learn of the great success of Rev. J. C. Lewis' revival iu Cloverport. Miss Lelah Hawkins delightfully entertained the young people Saturday night. 10c Lawns for only 3c, at Payne's. Embroideries at cut prices at G. W. -o NEWS FROM Cloverport, Irvington, Next Week Hardinsburg, Stephen sport, McQuady Lodiburg and surgery. Dr. J. E. Kincheloe went to Lou.s-vill- e Monday to attend the meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter gave a the Health School for County Health beautiful and patriotic dinner at their Officers. home July the fourth, at six o'clock, in Democrats around the capitol are in honor of her brother, Mr. Schmidt and a fine state of health arid humor over his bride, of Louisville. Welcome Hall the recent nomination. was decorated In cut llowers and the Judge Morris Kincheloe, Vivian Has-we- ll home never looked more charming. The and Arthur Beard were guests at center piece on the dining table was a the home of Miss Jennie Green at the handsome candelabra decorated in Falls Sunday. small flags, Severul delicious courses K. P. Jolly, of Irvington, has been were served with flags in the ices. Those honored wlthan invitation to the taking his vacation at Hardinsburg nnd elegant event were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dean. T. C. Lewis, a jeweler for thirty Schmidt, Miss Minnie Schmidt, of Louisville, Mrs. Kathnne Carter. Mr. years in Hardinsburg. Think of it. His ever act of this long time and Mrs Frank Mattingly, Dr. Boone, antee for fair and hone-- t is your guartreatment Miss Kay Lewis Heyser, Messrs. Tom, Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe was nt w-- ha Uornard, and Floyd Carter, Misses Eva ter Monday to meet her daughter, Mrs and Eliza May, MUs Louise Babbage, Ammon Kincheloe, and children, who - Kathrine Claire Carter. and little Mishave just arrived from Walla Walla, Wash., and are here to spend the sum Blue-Gree- n mer with her mother, Mrs. T. B Henderson They traveled miles to A wedding t'.iat was a study in color get home, taking over a week to mate In Memphis, week AT WELCOME HALL 2.-.- was celebrated last For Sale White Shoes Shoes. siV.ond liund hut l'i. (!: hlfh ImttoniMl: size. 4. I'rleo 75c, W New O 'lice Write SM.K-Wh- rrnit ltf For Sale FOIt $.1. . Write )! News Olllcn. ".lyi-liV- MC 75 llaiian Low Cuts I' ilr Men's lliinun Low Cuts; :t hutton; prlco tlin, Louisville Evening Post News and one vear $t.f(. $3.50 National News and Political News News From the World Over Over 500 People flentioned Personally this week Bandy. Miss Betsey Moorman, of Gbn rj)eani Miss Hallie Severs, of Union Star, and Mrs. Orley Prattler and was the guest of Mrs. K A. Kissam lOLUllinu iu iicr iiuiiic riiuii": bab visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. Alex Stith and w'W of California, Blant West, Sunday. Stephen T. Bandy, 1st Sergeant Co. are visiting his .brother. William Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hardestv, of Sandy Hill, kj(jnt Saturday with Buddy Hard- G.. 10 Infantry, is on his way from btUh, for a few flays. Alaska to San Francisco, Cal., and on Mrs. Arth&V Walker and three chil- esty hb return he will get his appoinsment dren, of Star,rjS( are spending three Henry Cashmun receivtd a telegram Dr. J. M. Walker. from Brazil, Ind., Saturtlh that Wm. as lieutenant, having passed the ex weeks-ftaminatlon in Alaska. He will visit Ray, tho three year old child'.: Alfred Carman and son, of Custer, was dead. Mrs. Leon Cash-ma- n hu home folio In the fall. )Ws. Tom and John Carman, of Buras, Victor handy has gone to Loulsvinje visited their brother, Richard Cas-ma- n and sons, Jess and Henry, left Saturday night to attend the funeral to accept a posit-ut- . 'riflvt.t.i,SjrN. last week. there on Sunday. No particulars of the railroad. child's death has been learned. . Rev. Blackburn will preach here FriBEWLEYVILLE day night the 12th. Congratulations to Mr. nnd Mrs. HARNED Ralph Bower, of Arkansas, over the Richard Carman, who has been very arrival of fine boy. ill of appendicitis, is some better. Pad Smith and wife, of Louisville, came Will N vton Compton, of Garfield, Several from hero attended the Chi- last week to visit with friends and rela was tho week end visitor of Taylor ldren's Day service atRosetta Sunday. tives. Compton All report a high class program well Mr. ami Mrs Tilford Harper, of v ned last week with rendered. Jes.s Owensboro, came last week to visit her mother Mrs. Lenn Kskridge. Mrs. Ilrown, of Henderson, is with Mrs. Bill May for n &bort stay. Miss Rea Gray, left Monday for High Plains, uhere she expects to teach school Cliue Black arrived home Saturday night from California where he has been for the past two years. Mr. larmor, are you interested? If so, call on tho Noa Weatherford,' of Louisville, is the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph guest of tiis parents, John Weatherford. Company and have him explain tho special "FarGeo. Payne, was the guest of Mr. and mers Lino" rate. Mrs, Beaucliamp Sunday, day Mr. Brandenburg, Payne's. Prints, 5c a yard, at Payne's. Visitors at KUsman nome last SunMis Myrtle Deacon, of Lodiburg, day, were Mr.and Mrs. Walter O'Niell, spent Saturday with Miss Lee of Cloverport; Mrs Ella Hickerson and of Hazel Dell; Mrs. E. J. Mr and Mrs. James Brown, of children, Bandy; Mrs. W. Jarrett and Victor P.i nesville, visited relatives here SunJake Hardesty, Sunday. near Cash-m.tu Mrs Z. C. Hendry spent a part of last week with her son, W. S. Hendry, of Irvington. Rhcd.i Knott visited his sister, Mrs. SUBSCRIBE NOW m. $1.00 A YEAR IN - AnvAivrr W V y mm answered the greatest number of questions icon lvf jIrs. Rob Weedman, of Sample, was the wB c" K"est of Mrs. S. J. Jolly. Mrs. w T Ranks, of Stanley, Mrs. Nelle Ac,kmson of Owensboro. Mrs N. Cardner irul Mrs w L Cox of Irvington Iwere the irVsts of Mre J- - R- - Sl,lit sev eral days ths week Mrs Henfr' Wannoutli, and Prank Wormoutb of Louisville, are guests of J. T. Cundiff thiWekMr. and MrA J R- - Smith were the guesfcV of JIr- - a"(l Mrs. U, week-en- d - Subscribe Arnold of PaynesV'"L'' Mrs F' H StitK'Mrs w- - - Young, nnd Miss Hell Stitf ' wSre the guests of Mrs. Greene Uaud at Irvington Sat. Miss Ural Gordd" of Webster is the guest of Mrs. V S Board. Miss IJrie Smith 'ns tu K"t of her sister, Mrs V L uox of last l week. Miss Tillie Paul of Louisville, Is the gtiot of her cousiiiMlss I'auline Smith for the Miuimcr year. Frederick Green received the wedding guests, assisted by Mrs. A. M. Blue, Card About Wilson. of Gallatin, mother of the groom. Dr. and Mrs. Blue will make their home in Memphis. Hurrah for Wilson. They put the right man on. Will get hundreds of Roosevelt's votes. Great victory for W. J. B. They can't down him on principle. No third party in mv omn- ion. John T. Ditto, Decatur. James Frank, who has been visiting in Rockport, Ind., returned home MonLeaves Seven Children day. Miss Vera Brown, of Brandenburg, is Mrs. Ella Castle Miller.wife of Allen visiting Rev. J. J Willett and family. Miller, died July 3 of tuberculosis. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown returned She was forty-twyears of age, and from Dawson Springs Friday. besides her husband she leaves Hardinsburg Team beat West Point Mrs. Miller was sprinkled Saturday on the home diamond 10 to 2. Sunday night before her death by the W. C. Moorman, the insurance man of Rev.Mr.Lewls, pastor of the Methodist Glen Dean, insures your tobacco against church. She lived and died with a damage by hail, and your property sweet Christian faitl. The burial against fire, lightning and wind. Write took place in Taul's grave-yari or call him up. The Irvington Barbecue R. K. Dowell and George W. Evans are on a vacation from Beard's store. The Irvington Improvement League Mr. Dowell is at home with his mother eatfng fried chicken. Mr. Evans, is at was not kept in the hole financially "on home working the garden for.hls wife. the Fourth, despite of the heavy rain Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard took the night before ar.d that inornjng. their son, Ralph, to Louisville Monday Enough money was made to meet exfor an operation to be performed on his penses with a surplus amount. As the young ladies in the contest did not ac throat. cept the cash prizes, the League U Miss Louise Hunt Shaklette, of Brandenburg, Is visiting Miss Maud most grateful to them and was thus enabled to swim ashore. Smith Mrs. Lucretia Hensley went to Sikes-tonMo , Monday to spend the summer o sijven-chlldre- when Miss Mary Olive .Green marned Miss Annie Louise Whit worth, 'w Dr. Ju'ian Maker Blue. Miss Florence was sent as a delegate to Hopkinsvi Green and Miss Elizabeth Green were the maids of honor. Mr. Blue was from the Epworth League here, cave most attractive report of the conference Dr Blue's best man. Miss Elizabeth at the meeting Sunday evening. Her Blue, of Gallatin, played the wedding address was most inspiring to thp march. League ana the members will be greal Mr Frederick Green gave Mis3 Mary ly oenented by it during the coming Olive Green away, and Mr. and Mrs. the trip. n. d. i , Subscribe Now fum C.t-hm- tn -- I RURAL TELEPHONESl lb YOU WANT TO I PROVE YOUR BREAD, 1 Postmasf6'' Fired (iet greater results with less effort; want your baking to bo a fratiafuction to youtsulf and a light to your family de- roduco a Lighter and mora Uniform Quality, CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY (lneerprtl.) i an attack Washjngton, JuN" on Pres. Taft rece?1' published in the Mountain Echo, at Londou, Ky , Lee B. McHargue,"whyb is represented to be the manager f! that newspapei,has been removed asltostinaster ot London Senator by order of tht! President im iuouf una cuamiiuguaugli Bradley has red'9,ved the fe4liwiBg ter Miss Lucy, were in our town Friday letter Dr (K P. Branfleld, first sllVl,u,& 'assistant t'"ral, dated John sutler and family, Mrs. Dora July it, which wi is given out for pubH- - 6'1,,r Then Use Lewisport Best Floui It will do all thisand more. Every sack ii, I ,, pt-nP81'- " LEWI5P0RT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky CO. i