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The Breckenridge news: July 17, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912071701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 17, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVU YOUNG THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages IRVINGTON Mr. Raymond Calloway, of St. LouU, arrived Sunday morning for a visit to his mother, Mrs. Jennie Calloway. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912. Chas. Weatherholt Dead. . The common drinking cup may be a The funeral of Charles Hyde Weathwas held Wednesday afternoon menace to the public health, but the erholt and;was conducted by the Rev. Mr. method of abolishing- It has not always Dowelt, of Cannetton Mr. Weather-ho- lt been attended with common sense. died list Tuesday morning after Louisiana has a new law rteolarjng the public cup Illegal. On the day- when an illness of two months He leave a wile and two young thousands were gathered at the State dadghtirs, Ruth and Esther; two capital to'wltncsj the induction into brother, George and Curtis Weather-ho- i office of a now Governor and other , of Cloverport, two sisters, Mrs. State officials, a State officer, it is said, Arnd Leaf and Mrs. Eleck Leaf, of raided the State house and confiscated all the drinking cups, S'nce no' one Tobinsport -, was prepared for the sudden enforceMr Weatherholt was a and prosperous farmer of Perry county ment of the law, the Inconvenience to where h had lived all his life. He which It subjected so great a throng was fifty six years of age. The funeral of people may be Imagined, The law is particularly burdensome was attended by relatives of this place. on the poor and on children, who do not always have a penny with which to purchase a paper cup. Take a great gathering place like Central Park, New York, The fountains are still there, but no substitute has been proComes To a Close. Baptising vided for the metal cups that used to be chained to them. The result is At The River Sunday Afterthat an army of children drink out of noon. Large Crowd Present anything they can get to hold water old bottles, pieces of dirty paper pick One of the greatest meetings in the ed up from.the play ground, and even history of the Cloverport Baptist church from their hats. This last improvised closed, last Wednesday night. Uro. J. T. cup gives them the benefit of tho dye Lewis, a former and much loved pastor, from soaked ribbons and artificial now at Eordsville, aided the pastor in flowers. In tho'se places where the slot machines are pro the meeting. He preached twici a day penny vlded, it is no uncommon sight to see for two weeks and a half, and the meeting grew in interest and power from the children drinking Irom the used cups very first service. An evidence of the that nave been thrown in the waste The sanitary advantage of esteem in which llro. Lewis is held in basket. the community was revealed when the this method is quite as questionable as cup. offering was made for him. Without that of the individual straw-hpressure or urging, the largest amount One of two things should be done ever made up for help in a meeting was either have individual cups provided given and sn a purely voluntary manner. free of charge or have the fountain A large crowd assembled at the lower arrangement seen in some public wharf at six o'clock Sunday afternoon schools by which one drinks without t( witness the baptismal service. Uro. the use of a cup at all. There Is a 'dim suspicion that the Cottrell had the, eleven candidates to come into the water, two by two,' and impetuous zeal with which the drinking cup regulatiods have been pushed before he began the baptising, Mr. g the local photographer, took a had behind it an interest in the furnishing cups at a device for picture of the candidates and crowd assembled on the bank of the river. Many price. Leslie's Weekly. said it was the most impressive and beautiful baptismal service they had ever Mr. Bandy Dead. well-know- No. 2 PEOPLE An Unnecessay Hardship WAPTAINS Turn Work Adopted By Epworth League To Raise Funds For The Chapter's Mission And Social Service Work- - Want To Get A Hundred Dollars In Freo-Wi- ll Offerings. MISS SEVERS THE GENERAL n their utmost endeavors on behalf of the Democratic standnid benrer. Moral sentiment. The widespread revulsion of conscientious citizens FOR WILSON AGAIN agnlnst political depravity which Mr. Roosevelt has tried with skill to capitalize for his own advanceHarper's Weekly Decides To ment now inures to the advantage of Gov. Forget The Past And Argues lions Wilson to th great relief ol milwho distrusted Roosevelt but For The Governor Says This knew not where else to turn. A vivid personality. Mr. Wilson has Is A Democratic Year-Wil- son demonstrated matchless power of ef fective appeal to the masses generally, Great Man. and to active, enthusiastic younger men in particular. This means that his ELIMINATION OF BOSSES. canvass will be surcharged with the same electrical, persuasive energy whlc achieved his nomination. TI10 New Yurk Sun.) L le Mi. Nannie Watlieii was in l Hiirdius-bur- g n Cloverport has an army of young people tho brightest, happiest ami busiest regiment ever organized. At the Epworth League business meeting last Tuesday night the "Team Work" method brought home from the Annual League Conference was adopted by the Cloverport Chapter to raise $100. Fifty dollars of the amount to be given for mitsionary work in Cuba and fifty to be used at home in social service work. Ten teams were formed with Miss Lula Severs as general. The captain of each team will report to her every month the amount of money given by the teams' members, each League member Is asked to give two dollars during the year. Tno captains and teams are as folMrs. Allen Kingslows: Team No. bury, Darnell Gregory, Mike Tucker, AHene Hardaway, Mamie Dellaven, captain Team No. 2 Fiank Moorman, Dr. A. A. Simons, Haro.d Alurray, Dwight "Randall, Martha Miller, captain. Team No. 3 Mrs. John A. Ross, Andrew Ashby, Prof. McCoy, Ola Fal- -' Ion, Francis Sawyer, captain. Team No. 4 Louise Babbge, Llbon Smith, Rev Frank Lewis, Leonora Marcus Miller, captain. Team No. 5 Elolse Nolte, Edith Burn, Ira Behen, Mrs. Ira Behen, ''Fred Pierce, captain. Team NoG Margaret Burn. Fanny iLMSmith. Helen Miller, Kosa Sippel, meannette Burn, captain. Team No 7 Mildred Babbage, Mrs. Ella Lizzie Geer, Hoble WardrufT, Smith, Susett) Sawyer, captain. Team No 8 Pauline Moorman, Mrs. David Phelps, Ruther Pate, M. M. Denton, Edith Plunk, Mary Mc- ft Gavock, captain. Team No. 0 Lafe Behen, Eldred Babbage, Eva Plank, Chas. Fallon, i Lula Severs, Virginia McGavock, capff dol-vlars grhtIeig in-th- e " 1 at llra-bran- money-makin- seen, i lie beliavjour was all that could be desired.cousidering the large number Irvington, July 15. (Special) Geo. present. Those baptised were: Myrtle Walls, Chlora Slay Seaton, Zivola Bandy died early Suuday morning of Kramer, Geucy Wills, Mary Owen Oelze, appendicitis. Mr. Bandy had been ill Forrest Weatherholt, Willie Seaton.Mrs. only a few days and his death comes Abe Roberts, Mrs. Emma Laslie, Mr. as a great shock to his many relatives and Mrs. Phil J. Kramer. Two still and friends. Mr. Bandy was a man of await baptism, who will be baptised in sterling business principles, one who the church baptistry; these are Mrs. O. was resoected among men for his high sense of right. He was a member of T. Odewaldt and Miss Claudia Pate. Those received by letter and relation the Cumoerland Presbyterian church. are: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gibson and He leaves a wife and six children his tain. daughter, Mary, Mrs. Sallie Moorman, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. Younger, West Team No. 10-J- as. S Dandy, and one sister, Mrs. ClarPoint, Mrs. Rose Stader, Hardinsburg, Rev. Lee Nelson, Bertha Smith, Mrs. Mr. and ence Penick. His funeral was con- Fanny Tousey, C. P. Sawyer, Stuart Baobage, Louisville, Prof. Mcducted by the Modern Woodman of Coy, Lexington, Fanny and Eila Smith, Mrs. E. E. Miller, Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. S. Martin, Mr- - and Mrs. Larkin Gibson, America. Joseph Miller, Loulse'Babbage, cap Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pate, Mr. and Mrs. . tain. Mntting-ly- , Mrs. Minter Lucky Lady. The League expects (o do the great Carl Lisheu; Mesdames, Emma Nelson, Sarah J. Roberts, James M. if it work in Its history during the com Dombs; and Frank Storms, O. T. Ode-wal2 J Og Year and to stick to their motto , Mrs II. E. Minter whs the lucky luily and Walter Hawkins. All for Christ.' The teams include! in the content for the rocker given by A ivery member on the Leaguer's membe ' The church was greatly revived and general spirit of unity and fellowship Mrs M. P. PHyne from the' uiilliney ship list and no one will be slighted Uro. department. prevails among the membership. and every member Is expected to do Ms. Pajne enjoyrd a pi Hsaut and Lewis had a conference with the deacons his part. 4, t Of the male members, and at p ofitiible season in the nil lmery 'and others Three Leaguers have taken the and dcsiies to thuuk inch and the closing service he made a plea that Christian stewardship covenant (In the church goat once to full time preach- everj one of her customers for their other words tithing) and it is the am ing, stating that it was the unanimous kind patronage. She now has her eyes bition of the Chapter that others will sentiment of those in the conference that wide optu looking for fall styles and strive to give one tentn or tneir money it was the thing to do. There is a great trade-i- the millinery business. ' JtSi Christian work during the next field here and a wide open door for Ive months, a progressive work. The nutter of The League has lovely devotional full time preaching will come up at the 'meetings every Sunday evening at And these few precepts in thy memory business meeting Wednesday night. 6,:45 o'clock to which the public is Look thou character. Give thy thoughts .cordially invited. t' ' dt -- bus-hies- The name of Wootirow Wllsen is not yet (lying in its old place at the masthead of Harper's weekly, but in the weekly of June 13 Col. George Hurvey predicts Gov. Wilson's election to the Presidency and seems almost as enthusiastic about him as ho was in the days before Col. Harvey's paper at a hint from the Governor fell abruptly silent. If the Democrats cannot elect Gov Wilson, says Col. Harvey, they could not elect anybody. He thinks the Baltimore convention, which he attended, elected the strongest candidate, and he says: Granting the probability of the election this year of any reputable statesman who could hold substantially the full support 01 his party, there can be no doubt that Woodrow Wilson will poll at least half a million 'more votes than any other whose name was presented. Intelligent choice, the Colonel declares, was restricted to Champ Clark, "the sturdy representative of the old order," and Gov. Wilson, "the virile champion of the new." He goes on: s The foundation of Mr. Wilson's was the feeling that he was a winner, enhunced by admiration of his exceptional intellectual capacity, eon sideration of his freedom from entanglements, and respect for his moral courage. As between the two the correctness of the ultimate decision, from the standpoiut of availability, is beyond question. No Democratic national canvasssince Jackson's has been inaugurated more auspiciously. The points of vantage may be summarized briefly as follows: A Democratic year. The people are disgusted with the Republican part and eager for a change. Disruption of the opposition. In An open and honest convention. marked contrast with the doings at Chicago, there was at Baltimore no ar bitrary action on behalf of one candidate and no suggestion of bribery in the interest of another. The main issue At last the line is sharply drawn between excessive protection and a revenue tariff. Nobody An unpledged candidate. pretends that Mr. Wilson is upder the slightest obligation to any man or group of men for his nomination. Elimination of bosses. So far from cantering to those accustomed to conHe has trol Mr. Wilson defied them. not hesitated to denounce Mr Murphy, Mr. Sullivan aud Mr. Taggart by name. His sole appeal was to public opinion. Removal of the blight of Bryanism. Almost with Independent support. out exception the powerful public journ als have alreay pledged the exsreise of two-third- CARLTON Former ADKINS Breckinridge County at the Battlst church at Bewlevville Sunday. Boy Is Honored InTheShow-M- e Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Jolly and daui?n- State. For Democratic ter, Elizabeth Claire, and Mrs. nettle McCall spent the week end with Mrs. Nomination For Sheriff McCall's mother near Sandy Hill. Miss Martha Haynes, of Stephens-por- t, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy, of Union Star, spent the past week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sipple. Mrs. Lucy Richardson has returned to Vine Grove after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 15. Drury. J K. Johnson spent Siturday in e. Lou-isvlh- for short visit this week. Miss McGlothlau spent Saturday in L ulsville. Mr and Mts. ini Sjiith and Mis Mary Smith, of Gustou, were gueta of Mr, aud Mrs. Dan Smith. Mrs. Charles McMullen, of Black-wel- l, Oklahoma, i (pending the summer as the guest of .her mother, Mrs. Mary Aluniord, and Misses Munford. Mrs. John Akers and Miss Florence Akers, of Hmlinsburg, ate visiting Mr. and Mts. John Lyddau. Mrs. John R. Wimp and Miss Hllen Munford attended the Missionary Rally Mr. Alford Adkins, of Sample, was here Monday and brought a most com plimentary clipping from the Green City (Mo.) Progress, which was the announcement that his son. Carlton Adkins, of Buchanan township, Mo., is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for sheriff of Sullivan county, Mo., at tho primary election, Tuesday, August G, 1012. The news has aroused a great deal of interest in Breckinridge county, the home of the young man, and a recommendation of him has been written and signed by three or four county officers- - To Sullivan county it recommends the honesty, stability, and business qualifications of Mr. Adkins. He is a good citizen, a staunch Democrat, and a sensible man. The friends of Mr. adkins know that he will make a splendid, dependable sheriff for the "Show-Me- " couniy.where he has lived elevi-years. He can show the people out there what a real officer is, and "it will be an honor to the Democrats to have him as their nominee. Shircliff-Cunningham. C. C. Smith returned Thursday evening from a month's stay in Suepheida-vill- c, Ind. Emmett Hsrdaway is here from his Iojva home for a visit to his mother. Mrs. Sue Hardaway aud other relatives. Tost Master Robt. E. Woods, ot Iuuisville, was iu town Thursday. Mis. Annie Herudon is spending the month of July with her sister, Mis. Lucy Alexander in Louisville. Mrs. Sim Dowell was hostess to the Ladies Missiouary Society of the Pres- The tunny friends of Mr. Jess iu week iu Louisville. Dr. John Kiucheloe, of Hardiiuburg, was called to see Dick Henry Monday byterian church Thursduy afternoon. Miss 13. Ada Drnry am.', Miss Willa Drury uie spending several days of this will be pleased to lenrti of his marriage to Miss Laura Shircliff ou Sit- urday, July 6th. Tbe'weddiug whs solemnized at The Sacred Heart Church in L'luisvilleand was quite an elaborate affair. After the ceremony au informal reception was held at the home of the bride's ptreuts and at 1:30 o'clock the t'appy couple departed for Indianapolis where they remained a fe days, after which they left for Chicago where they will locate. Quite an ovation was given them Ht the depot aud they left with the good wishes and congratulations of mail) friends. afternoon. Mis. Maty llrowu and Miss Mary Brown, of Lewisport, are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Luther Wilson. Miss Margaret Webster, of Louisville. is the guest of Miss Viola Lewis. J. M. Uenidou spent Monday iu Louisville. Hany Major uud Perry Weaver, of Louisville, Hud Dr. Helm, of Ltxlng-to- u, went in to Louisville ou the early train Moudny after having spent the week end with their families at the Washington Homestead. Ernest Henderson who is on a prospecting tour in tho Gulf Coast region of Texas writes in glowing terms of that Drops Dead. no tongue, Missionary Society Meeting ; MR. EUGENE KINGSBURY DEAD Kingsbury died Wednesday his home In this city. The as held Friday afternoon, by the Rev. Mr. .al M He was born In Utlca, H . ' as sixty one years of age. N arr.e to Cloverport when ears old. Mr. Kingsbury ' wa a carpesgi - here, and his jolly, a naipy uisposiuon was me secret or nis I p friendships through life. Y II "t- Ua- louuuu Kit u1 ft iryr Mict IWWVVd MUW Ml (IOJ Lora Murphy, and two sons, Allan and Alfonso, one slster.Mrs. 1'anuy Tousey and one brother, Wallace. f- '! tts 1 Drury-Youn- ger ' Engagement Announced. The Missionary Society of the Baptist church was entertained by Mrs. Cottrell Monday afternoon. Tlie parsonage was tastefully decorated witli flowers and evergreens. JJeiiglittul refreshments were served. Mrs. Cottrell also enters class anil they tained her Sunday-schoassisted in serving the refreshments. There weie 38 members of the society present and 11 children. Though the weather was extremely warm, a pleasant' afternoon was spent by all. The society will meet with Mrs.Muriou Weatherholt next mouth. The ladies had au opportunity to inspect the work 911 the iloors that had been done recently and they were well pleased. They alt gave a rising vote of thanks to Marion Weatherholt for his liberal donation 011 the work. ol Rev. and Mrs, Cottrell and Dorothy willgo'to Owensbotfo the latter part cf Ilrvlngton, July 15. (Special) Mr. the. week and will return next Twwky. ra Mr. Kooert uaver Mcuiotnmn Hro. Cottnell will Jill his appointment U tne engagement ot their Mecee fifttoMNky awl Sunday ami Mm. tuoanoe JeaBQetta Drury to Mr. CeiewM wiW vWt her for a fw (row Skillraan Youager, 000 pU any unproportlon'd thought his act. Be thoic familiar, but by no means vulgar; The friends thou hast; and their adoption, tried, Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel; lint do not dull thy palm with cntertaiupicnt nnfledg'd comrad. lieulare ' Of each Of entrance to a quarrel, hut, being in, Bear't that th' opposed may beware of thee. Give every man thin'o ear, but few thy voice;. Take each man's censure, but reserve thy Judgment. Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy, ' But not c.vpress'd in fancy; rich, not gaudy; Far the apparel oft proclaims the man, And they in Franco of the best rank and station Are most'select and generous, chief in that, JVetther a borrower, nor a lender be; For loan oft loses both itself and friend, And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry. This ulwvd all; to thine own self be true, And it vwtit follow, us the night the day, Thou (xi tut not then he false t& any man. 13 Poloiu to JVor new-hatch'd, ItiLQil&i--lamt- et, for the past term and the conduct of Mr.llHger taken together, confirm our views of both men. Willson can never come back, but Hagerc.m. In fact he has already come back. He has made good in championing the right man at the right time lor the presidency. He was chosen state manager for Woodrow Wilson in the recent campaign, und while the vote of Kentucky was technically given to Clark ut Baltimore, the good work of Ihger was and is and will be felt until the November results show that Kentucky is in the Wilson column by several times ten thousand. He is also a member of the state election linger is genial, genteel commission. and capable, and incidentally let it be not, forgotten that he recently became our neighbor, leaving the Blue Grass for the Penuyrile and taking over into the field of Democratic journalism the Owensbsro Inquirer, which he has greatly improved to the advantage of the party also. Owensboro Is notable for many things of interest and value, but w especially congratulate the city wow on having as a permanent fixture 1b addition, to the y etbr great tWge, the Hon.' Democrats atd S. Amos Basilars, about fifty years (if sectiou. age, dtopped dead ut Axtel Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herudon attendmorning. It is thought he was pros- ed the Missiouary Rally at the Baptist trated ly beat. He leaves h wife a.d church at Suuday. several children. Mr. Hashain was a A most delightful paity of young well known farmer. people spent Sunday afternoon at the creek near town. The party was coin-- ., An Appreciated Compliment. posed of Misses Nelle Smith, Carrie Pennybaker, Letcher Mathews, Mary The,Clnrion hs always been regret- Etta Cain, Mary Alexander, Mary Henful over the defeat in I9O7 of S. W. ry, Eliza I'iggott, Sue Bandy; Messrs r for governor. We believe in him and we disbelieved in the man at Harry Conuiff, John Walter Jolly, Ken-drijolly. Wilbur Parks, Biou Jolly; whose hands he suffered defeat. The Mr. und Mrs. T. C, Mathews. history of the governor's office ck r M'S. Dave Henry, of Chattanooga, who has beeu visiting Mr. aud Mrs. J. L. Heury, went to Ekron Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs, Joe Smith, From there she returns home, Mrs. Ernest Henderson and son, Per cy, and Miss Mable Handy were in Louisville Erldcy. Miss Curie Lloyd Geo. Lyddau, is visiting Mm, Lamb Week. This was lamb week in Breckeuridge county. Sueerau aud Beard shipped 8 cms, 1000 head from Hanlinsburir. They weie fine ones fat and plump. William Gilbert shipped two cars from Cloverport aud one from Stepheiisport, 5OO in all. Gray and Goodman one from Garfield. Price C1 to 0 cents. Oscar McGavock delivered 35 head. 85 lbs. average. Johu Knight 10, 80 average. Joe Beavin had I) of the fattest in the bunch. L. O. Payn sold 7 lambs weight 5O6 (MHiHili, price 0 eMts. Weel $t. Pro duct of I7 bead of sheep. Big lot aUo shipped from WWter. ll, gd VV. HaRer.-Hweijv- Ml Clarion. v 7 w LiER TARIFF IS OF Iftn TIN KM? An trtr-Wif- nffsctfwijr. OamfMtfln We ?lelK the k. WNkiNd to LEADING T PUNK URkMlthjr KUscys Make Impart Bleed. Weak ami unhealthy kidneys are responsible for much sickness ancfsuffcrhig, increiorc, u Kiuuey troublc is craiitted to continue, serious results arc most likely to follow. Your other organs nay ncctl attention, Lul your kidneys most, because should have attention first. Therefore, when your kidneys arc Avcak or out of order, yon can understand how quickly your entire body is nficctcd'ahd how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you arc sick or " feci badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. t. I ' IP 4 M Platform as Adopted Demands Taxation for Revenue Only. LIVING I they do most and THE HIGH COST OF 1 ' r 1 I A trial will conRepublican Party Held Responsible for Kilmer's Swamp-Roovince you of its great merit. Present Serious Condition The mild and Immediate effect of Law Popular Election Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney and It blad lor remedy, is soon realized. of Senators by the People bocau.se its remarkable stands Work of Favored health restoring properties have been Con- Democratic proven i l thousands or the most distress, gress Praised. ing cases. If y oil need a medicine you should have tnc best. llaltlmorc. Following Is the plat- Sold by dru:gits in and form in full na adopted by the Demosizes. You may cratic national convention : We, the representatives of the Dem- have n wmple bottle BSi! ocratic party of the United States, in bv nail free, also n "fcm.J'rSs?im.n,L t tcl'inir von national convention assembled, Iiow't t find nut if you have kidney or our devotion to the principles bladder trouble. Mention this paper of Democratic government formulated when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., by Thomas Jefferson and enforced by Hinghamton, N. Y Don't make any misu long and Illustrious lino of Demo- take, but remember the mine, Swamp-Rooand don't let n 1"ul r P"U yon cratic presidents. if somsthirv; plicc of Swino-Roo- t Tariff Reform. T" nminoniteu. you do you v Wo declare it to bo a funda mental principle of tho Democratic party that tho federal govern-tnon- t the t law against the officers under the constitution has no of those corporations aftor the court right or power to impose or collect had declared that from the undisputed tariff duties, except for the purpose of facts in tho record they had violated revenue, and wo demand that tho col- the criminal provisions of tho law. lection of such taxes shall bo limited We regret that tho Sherman anti to tho necessities of government hon- trust law has received a judicial estly and economically administered. construction depriving it of much of Tho high Republican tariff is tho its clllcacy and favor tho enactment principal cause of tho unequal dis- of legislation which will restore to tribution of wealth; It is a system of tho statute tho strength of which It taxation which makes the rich richer has been deprived by such interpreand the poor poorer; under Us operatation. tions the American farmer nnd laborRights of the States. ing .man are tho chief sufferers; it We believe in the preservation full raises tho cost of the necessaries of md maintenance in their life to them, but does not protect their strength and Integrity of the three product or wages. The farmer sells branches of the fed largely in free markets nnd buys al- eral government the executive, most entirely in the protected mar- tho legislative and Judicial each kets. In the most highly protected keeping within its own bounds and industries, such as cotton and wool, not encroaching upon tho just powers Btecl and Iron, the wages of tho laborof either of tho others. ers are the lowest paid in any of Believing that the most efficient our industries We denounce the results under our system of governpretenso on that subject nnd ment are to be attained by the full assert that American wages are es- exercise by the states of their retablished by competitive conditions served sovereign powers, we denounce and not by the tariff. as usurpation tho efforts of our opWe favor the immediate downward ponents to deprive the states of any revision of the existing high and in of the rights reserved to them and many cases proltlbltlvo tariff duties, to enlarge and magnify by indirection insisting that .material reductions be' the powers of the federal government. speedily madd upon tho necessaries of We insist upon the full exercises of life Articles entering into competi- all the powers of the government, tion wit J trust controlled products both state and national, to protect the and articles of American manufacture people from Injustice at the hands of whlcti are sold abroad more cheaply those who seek to make the governtiian at home should bo put upon tho ment a private asset in business. free list. There is no twilight, none between We recognize that our system of the nation and the state, in which tariff taxation is Intimately connected exploiting Interest can take refuge with the business of the country, and from both. It Is necessary that the we favor the ultimate attainment of federal government shall exercise the the principles wo advocate by legis- powers reserved to them, but wo Inlation that will not injure or destroy sist that federal remedies for the reglegitimate industry. ulation of interstate commerce and for We denounce the action of Presi- the prevention of private monopoly dent Taft in vetoing the bills to re- shall be added to and not substituted duce the tariff in tho cotton, woolen, for, state remedies. metals and chemicals schedules and Income Tax and Popular Election of the farmers' free list bill, all of which Senators. were designed to givo immediate reWe congratulate the country upon lief to tho masses from the exactions the triumph of two important reof the trusts. forms demanded In the last national The Republican party, while prom- platform, namely, the amendment of ising tariff revision, has shown by the Federal Constitution authorizing Its tariff legislation that such revision an Income tax and the amendment is not to be in tho people's Interest providing for the popular election of and, having been faithless to Its senators, and we call upon tho peopledges of 1008, It should not longer ple of all the states to rally to tho enjoy the confidence of the nation. support of the pending propositions Wo appeal to tho American people and secure their ratification. to support us in our demand for a Wo note with gratification tho unantariff for reenuo only. imous sentiment in favor of publicity High Coat of Living. Lffore tho election, of campaign conThe high cj&. of llvii g is a tributions a measure demanded In problem in earj American our national platform of 1908, and at party, in that time oposed by the Republican The Hupuuilcan homo its platform, attonipts to oscapo party and wo commend tho Demofrom rospon Ibilltj for present con- cratic House of Representatives for ditions by (ienya.g thai thoy aro extending tho doctrine of publicity to duo to protective tariff. We take recommendations, erbal and written, with them on this subject and upon which presidential appointments charge that oxceusivo prices result in are made, to tho ouiierahlp and cona largo meaouro from the high tariff trol of nowspapers and to the expendilaws enacted ana maintained by tho tures made by and in behalf of those Republican party .ad from trusts and who aspire to presidential nominacommercial consplracioa fostered and tions, nnd we point for additional encouraged by such law3, end we asfor this legislation to the sort that no subj mtl.il relief can bo mmmoiis expeuuuurcB of money lu Boomed for the people until Import behalf of the president and his prededuties on tho necessaries of llfo nro cessor in the recent contest for the materially reduced and these criminal Republican nomination for president. conspiracies broken tip. Presidential Primaries. The movement toward more popular Law. promoted be government should A prlvato monopoly is lndcfensl-biand lntolorablo. We therefore through legislation in each btato fnvor tho vigorous onforcomont of which will pormit tho expression of the criminal as well aa tho civil the preference of the electors for nalaw against trust and trust oftlclals tional candidates at presidential prinnd demand the enactment of such maries. Wo dlroct that the National Comadilltlonal legislation as may bo necessary to niako it imposslblo for n pri- mittee incorporate in tho call for the vate monopoly to oxlst in tho United next nominating convention a requirement that all expressions of prefer-uncStates. for presidential candidates shall We faor the declaration by law of the conditions upon which corpora- be given and the selection of deletions shall bo permitted to engago In gates and alternates mado through a interstate trade, including, among primary election conducted by tho others, tho prevention of holding com- party organization in each state where panies, of interlocking directors, of such expression and election uro not stock watering, of discrimination in provided for by stato law. Commitprice, and the control by any ono cor- teemen who are hereafter to constiporation of so largo a proportion of tute the membership of the Demoany industry as to make it a menaco cratic National Committee and whose election Is not provided for by law to competitive conditions. We condemn tho action of the Re- shall be chosen in each state at such publican administration in compromis- primary elections, and the service und ing with tho Standard Oil Company, authority of committeemen, however aad tho Tobacco Trust and Its failure ehoseu, shall begin Immediately upon t lnvoko the criminal provisions of tkfl receipt of their credential re- Anti-Trust thu--'i?- r.t i fifty-ce- nt one-doll- mm-'hle- m t, i- -i 1 anti-trus- io n Anti-Tru- st o o , the enactment ,of a law prohibiting any corporation from contributing to a campaign fund and any individual from contributing any amount above a reasonable maximum. Term of President. We favor a single presidential term, and to that end urge tho adoption of an amendment to the constitution making the president of the United States Ineligible for and we pledge the candidate of this convention to this principle. Democratic Congress. At this time, when the Republican party after a generation of unlimited power In Ita control of tho federal government, la rent Into factions, it Is opportuno to point to tho record of accomplishment of tho Democratic Houso of Representatives of tho Congress. We Indorse Its action nnd we challenge comparison of its record with that of that other Congress which has been controlled by our opponents. Wo call tho attention of tho patriotic citizens of our country to its record of efficiency, economy and constructive legislation. it has, among other achievements, revised tho rules of tho Houso of Representatives so as to givo tho representatives of the American, people freedom ot speech and of notion In advocating, proposing and perfecting remedial legislation. It hns passed bills for tho relief of the people nnd the development of our country: It hns endeavored to the tariff taxes downward, in the Interest of the consuming masses, and thus to reduce the high cost of living. It has proposed ?n rmendment to mlttlng tho floods to continue as heretofore, agents of destruction. We hold that the contiol of the Mississippi River Is a national problem. The preservation of the depths of its waters for the purpose of navigation; the building of levees to maintain the Integrity of its channel, and the prevention of the overllow of the land nnd Its consequent devastation, resulting in the interruption of inter state commerce, the disorganization of the mail service and the enermoun loss of life and property Impose an obligation which alone can be discharged by the general government. To maintain an adequate depth of water tho entire year and thereby encourage water transportation is a consummation worthy of legislative attention and presents an Issue national In its chaiacter. It calls for prompt action on the part of congress, and the Democratic party pledges itself to tho enactment of legislation leading to that end of the We favor tho United States and the respective states in plans for the comprehensive treatment of all waterways with a view of plans for channel improvement with plans for drainage of swamp and overflowed lands, and to this end we favor the appropriation by the federal government of sufficient funds to make surveys of such lands, to develop plans for draining the same and to supervise the work of construction. Wo favor the adoption of a liberal and comprehensive plan for the development and improvement of our inland waterways, with economy and efficiency, so as to permit their navigation by vessels of standard draft. Post Roads. We favor national aid to stato and local authorities in the construction and maintenance of post roads. The Rights, of Labor. We repeat our declarations of tho platform of 1908, as follows: "Tho courts of Justice are the bulwarks of our liberties, and we yield to none In our purpose to maintain their dignity. Our party has given to tho bench a long line of distinguished Justices who have addeu to the respect and confidence In which this department must be Jealously maintained. We resent tho attempt of the Republican party to raise a false Issue respecting tho Judiciary. It is an unjust reflection upon a great body of our citizens to assume that they lack respect for the courts. "It Is tho function of tho courts to Interpret the laws which tho people enact, nnd If tho laws appear to work economic, social, or political injustices, It is our duty to change them. Tho only basis upon which the lnteg"-ritof our courts can stand Is that of unswerving Justice and protection of life. If judicial processes may be abused, wo should guard them against abuse. "Experience has proved tho necessity of u modification of the present law relating to Injunction, and wo relterat"? the pledges of" our platforms ot 1896 and 1904 In favor of a measure which passed the United States Senate In 189C relating to contempt In federal courts and providing for trial by Jury In cases of indirect contempt. "Questions of judicial practice havo arisen, especially lu connection with Industrial disputes. Wo believe that the parties to all Judicial proceedings should be treated with rigid Impartiality, and that Injunctions should pot be Issued In any case In which an injunction would not Issue If no Individual dlsputo were Involved." The expanding organization ot Industry makes it essential that thero should be .no abridgment to the right ot the wugo earners and producers to organlzo for tho protection of wages and the Improvement of labor conditions, to tho en'd that such labor organizations and their members should not bo regarded as illegal combination in restraint of trade, Wo pledge the Democratic fwrty to tho enactment of a law creating a department of laber represented separately la the preI4t'a cabinet, in which department Khali, W included sixty-secon- d re-vis- o OntrtWMen. Demomtte party y subject of thImm and tShUKft. pledge tho Democrat l party. so far m tae federal Jnrledlcttofl extends, to an employes' compeitMOon law providing adequate Indemnity for Injury to body or loee of life. Conservation. We believe In conservation and the development, for the use of all the people, ot the natural resources of the country. Our forests, our sources of water supply, our arable and our mineral lands, our navigable streams and all the other material resources with which our country has been so lavishly endowed, the constitute foundation of our national wealth. Such additional legislation ns may fie necessary to provent their being wasted or absorbed by special or privileged interests should be enacted and tho policy of their conservation should be rightly adhered to. Tho public domain should bo administered nnd disposed of with duo regard to tho general welfare Reservations should be limited to the purposes which they purport to servo and not extend to Include land wholly Tho unnecessary therefor. withdrawal from salo and settlement of enormous tracts of public land, upon which treo growth never existed nnd cannot bo promoted, tends only to retard development, create discontent nnd bring reproach Hpon tho policy of conservation. Tho public land laws should bo administered in a spirit of tho broadest liberality towards tho settler exhibiting a bona fldo purpose to comply therewith, to tho end thnt tho Invitation of this government to tho landless should bo ns attractlvo ns possible: and the plain provisions of tho forest reserve act permitting homestead entries to bo mado within the national forests should not be null the federal constitution providing for tiie election of United States senators by the direct voto of the people. It has secured the admission of Arizona nnd Now Mexico aa two sovereign states. It has required the publicity of campaign expenses both before and after election, and fixed a limit upon tho election expenses of United States senators and representatives. It has also passed a bill to prevent tho abuse of the writ of injunction. It has passed a law establishing an eight hour day for workmen on all national public work. It has passed a resolution which forced the president to take Immediate steps to abrogate tho Russian treaty. And It has passed tho great supply bills, which lessen waste and extravagance, and which reduce the annual expenses of the government by many millions of dollars. An Adequate Navy. We approve the measure reported by the Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives for tho creation of a council of national defense, which will determine a definite naval programme with a view to increase efficiency and economy. The party that proclaimed and has always the Monroe doctrine and was sponsor for the new navy, will continue faithfully to observe the constitutional requirements to provide and maintain an adequate and well proportioned navy sufficient to defend American politics, protect our citizens nnd uphold the honor and dignity of the nation. Republican Extravagance. We denounce the profligate waste of the money wrung from the people by oppressive tnxatlon through the lavish appropriations of eccentric Republican congresses, which have kept taxes high and reduced the purchasing power of the people's toll. Wo demand a return to that simplicity and 'economy which befits a Democratic government and a reduction In tho number of useless offices, the salaries of which drain the substance of the people. Railroads, Express Companies, Telegraph and Telephone Lines. Wo favor the efficient supervision and rate regulation of railroads, express companies, telegraph and tele phone lines engaged in interstate commerce. To this end we" recommend tho valuation of railroads, express companies, telegraph and telephone lines by the Interstate commission, such valuation to take into consideration the physical value of the property, tho original cost, the cost of reproduction, and any element of valuo that will render the valuation fair and 'Just. We favor such legislation as will effectually prohibit the railroads, express, telegraph and telephone companies from engaging In business which brings them into competition with their shippors or patrons; of legislation proventlng the overlssuo of stocks and bonds by Interstate railroads, express companies, telegraph and telephone lines, nnd legislation which will assure such reduction in transportation rates as conditions will permit, care being taken to avoid reduction that would compel a reduction of wages, prevent adequate sory-Icor do injustice to legitimate Investments. Banking Legislation, Wo oppose tho Aldrlch bill of the establishment of a central bank, and we believe tho people of the country will be largely freed from panics and conspquent unemployment and business depression by such a systematic revision of our banking laws as will render temporary relief In localities whore such relief Is needed, with protection from control or dominion by what Is known as the money trust. Banks exist for1 the accommodation of tho public and net for the coatrsTof business. All legislation en the subject of banking and currency should haye fef Its purpoee tb scurlwr. of theee raccttunKvlatloHii tit We d on-forcCom-irierco e, d martin" REPEATING RIFLE You can buy no better gun for target work and all small game up to d O0 & Wkh chanflt erf mechanism It handles .22 itteft long or long-rifl- e cartrieJfM perfectly. The deep BaHfd rifling develops maximum power Hki accuracy and add years to the life of rifle. too It eroteettMi t MM gW.rliw f.ftrM rfrwnt !Wiw4 mJ 200 yard. yfUVITJjHe 1m mkI jmwmar ejected from brfiw blown back. . Tn rida ejection newf tpntl reur beatland nHowt ninct, accurit rnpett ihoti. Willi Mftfk Man conitraetion, rrmnrtMt tction ptrts, leait MM of ny .22 'A ( down quickfit and euieit lo den. AerettraeMioniiHe. Aik ny sun A.tW, tf fer lh Tin IN part i Ik 1 t JeH wui rtn. 11 79tmn ttulof , SiJ itanti WmwmmmmmwMmwmmmkzmmwmwmmmmmwmmwmmmmmmwwmwmmwmmwmmmmx tr. Aeiarttn firearms Willow Street New Haven, Cm, bm. All Churches and Church Societies Should . Have a Bank Account, If you uro treirtiriT of jour Church, Mlsslonnry Society, Hpwtrtli Lcngue, Hnptl.st You up l'toplo's Union, futidiiy Pchool or Christian Knlutior, open un ac 'oil nt In our hunk 1'iiy out il.o church money by checks, antl every number can look and see where the church muLoy liasRono, wliuther for pastor's Hillary, missions or church uxpnses. F.vorythlnu In black nnd whlto Is thu most sntlsfnc- tory wiiy even In church mutters heri honesty and accurn tenths Is tho only hiUthod. Wo Invito i lip pnticniicc of- - cvtry chuicli iird will tinder lo Cniholles nnd Protestants thu mino ri tofm tuivlce und tliutls rIivii to the merchants ii nd all comtiicrclul patron. nttt-Mio- FIRST STATE BAM, x Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier 4&!&X4&Z&?&?Z-- ? i RURAL TELEPHONES i Mr. iMtrmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Com puny and have him explain tho special "Far- mors Line" rate. CUM8ER.AKD TE E PHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY j f x x ft I A f 4 IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, (ii't gKHttor tesults with less effort; watit your Jwkinj; to be a to yourself and a de li" hi to your rami I y Then Use Lewisport Best Flour It will do all this -- 1 and more. unteed Every sack guar- - MILL LEWI5P0RTKentucky Lewisport, CO. v'fe The Breckenridge News "N at w EWS FRO Clovcrport, Irvington, Next Week Hardinsburg, Stephen sport, McQuady Lodiburg and bu National News and Political New News From the World Over Over 500 People mentioned Personally ( this weal SUBSCRIBE NOW 11 00 VFAP IM AlWAUrt? MMMMMMMHWi CuatlMUMl ea Nr7 Now is The Time to Subscribe " f j--: m fca AGE NO DIFFERENCE WNn en Have Better Chances To Marry Now As They Older Grew. More Spinsters Than Widows Marry Is The Showing Of Marriage Records Has a woman of CO a better chance of marrying than she used to have? Is the' age at which women are now marryins advancing? Has a woman The Aquaplane, Most Dangerous and Spectacular of All Water Devices, a Feature of Ca'dillaqua THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Ahsc nearing middle age more attractions now than Aha used to have for the marrying man? From Inquiries made In London It seems that all the questions can be The answered In the alllrmatlve. marriage registers of the present day supply good evidence of the changes which are taking place. For tnstance at St Marjlebono Church, which has always been a representative one for marriages of all classes, the record shows many brides of 3" and upward. Some of these were widows, but the larger number wero spinsters. I- Up to within the last five years.sald an official of tho church, youth had things nearly all its own way; now it is the sensible woman, past her first youth, who is coming Into her own. Five years ago young people used to rush into marriages; now people wait until they have more common sense And the and a little more money. attractiveness of the nice woman who has passed the thirties has a lot to do - 40 YEARS , lutelj Safo Plsce 10 do Business. per Cent on Time Deposits In winter the cold breezes swoptover its polished surface. A n gro workman on the railroad each week presented a check and drew his wages, and one day as he put hs money In a greasy wallet, the banker said: "Look here, Mo'se, why don't thlrty-ii- x parade ground, and Look Here! When Yoii Want Mason Rumney of the Detroit Country club on the aquaplane, traveling miles an hour. of the- Detroit Country club has made u special hobby of trying this perilous and dlllieult feat. How ho mamigcs to balance himself on his plane when nwhiiij; through the water nt the highest speed motorhoats can uttuln is u question that few have been utile to explain. Of course lie frets an occasional spill, hut he Is n yrent swimmer and bus little eoniern about whether he Is dislodged from the plane or, whether. he sticks on Kx blbitnrs of niiiinpliines provide most tbrlllltiit sport fur the onlookers. no with the change. Such women, said a writer on social matters recently, know exactly the Taft's Son Sees Victory value of marriage and what it means.( puddings become things one could uarre They do not expect too much and they Chicago, July 9. Robert Taft, tho STEPHENSPOR T And fancy the delight of finding out have also a comfortable sense of humor athletic, sun tanned son of Pres Taft, that his wife knows nothing of the F which is Invaluable. The ordinary In Chicago today. joys of spring cleaning! She ?sks his spent several hours Jfi. little troubles of marriage do not affect "Is your father going to be re Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Whitworth were advice, and the pair used up trloiious V them. As for personal appearance, a host and hostess of a 12 o'clock dinner hours rooting out spiders and hordes of elected?" queried the Interviewer. It woman of orer 30 is one of the be9t "Certainly," said Robert Taft at their beautiful country home near germs and other interesting things types of womanhood. "No doubt about it,?'' further town Sunday, July 14th. Covers were is stale. The domesticated woman questioned the interviewer. Inid for the following: Misses Eva and If vou are a housewife you cannot Edza May and Helen Kingsbury, of She knows everything; she makes a "None in the world," answered man old a month after marriage he is reasonably bope to be healthy or beau- Cloverport; HuldaShellman, Mary and a soured old married man ere he knows Robert Taft. "I have been out West tiful by washing dishes, sweeping and Eva Basham, Virginia for several months and everjthmp out Whitworth, what is happening. doing housework all day, and crawling 'here is favorable for his eledtlon I Stephensport; Messrs James T. Bash There is one huge happiness connectinto bed dead tired at night. You must am. Ay. H. Gibson; Master James Al victory for him. ed with the untrained woman the man, can see nothing but gee out into the open air and sunlight. I am now on my way back to Washlng- len Whitworth, "Mr. and Mrs. W. L. with her, can stny as late as he likes If you do this every day and keep your Basham After dinner was served the at "the offlce." His wife does not know stomach and bowels In good order by entire party went to the Falls of Sink- enough to inquire sternly where he has Most disfiguring skin eruptions, taking' Chamberlain's Tablets when Ky. ing where thev enjoyed the beautiful been; any faked-u- p story satisfies her scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc , are due needed, you should become both healthy scenery. The affair was bright and she is a joy for long. Then, she does tjimpure blood. Burdock Blood Bitand beautiful. For sale by All Deal- - jolly. not purchase her her husband's collars, ters as a cleansing blood tonic, is well Misses Ella and Jennie Kincheloe, soc s,etc, and he is not made to face recommended, f 1.00 at all stores. of HardinsOury, were guests of Mr. the world like a circus clown. To be sure, the m39t inexperienced and Mrs. C. A. Tinius last week. A visit To Tobinsport. Gorden Payne came home Monday. woman becomes capable eventually worse luckl A man then settles down Miss Abbye Whittinghill and Mr. By Judge V, O. BabluiKu 1 Mrs. Jack Collins and daughter, Miss Dennis Walker, of Fordsville, are the to being a reader of the evening papers; approach to the ferry landing on The he s ts down in his arm chair at night Pearl, are visitintr relatives in Illinois. guests of Miss Either Payne. and smokes his pipe; his slippers are the opposite bide of the river ut TobinsSk Mrs. C. B. Witt went to Louisville Misses Ella and Jennie Kincheloe, of A few last week to visit her father, she was Hardinsburg. are guests of Miss Mary waiting for him when he comes home port is dangerous and ugly. Kentucky from business He is by then a man days ago, when Mr. Hamman, the rjftaken sick soon alter her arrival and J3. Basham. city undertaker, was taking his team of experience has lived and learntd. Is conhneu tj her bed. Miss Lelah B. Hawkins was the Yes. young man, marry a girl who and hearse over to attend the funeral .Mr T. C. Williams and child. en. guest of Miss Esther Payne Sunday knows nothing of all the domestic arts, of Charles Weatherholt, he snapped a "of West Point, are with her parents, afternoon. that way happiness lies; but by marry- single tree square off iu ascending that il . and Mrs. J U Meador, for a visit ing an experienced housewife, why, grade. However the damage was soon Hats at cost at Mrs. Paynes. fot several wctfcs. Little Elsie McKaughau. the charm- vou're an old married man in a few reoaired when Mr. Weatherholt supH. Meyer, of Vine Grove, spent a plied a. plow single tree to be used in itu ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. weeks Answers, Loudon. few hours with J. B. Carter Monday. 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months old-gplace. The grade to the river over McKaughan, of Cloverport, Is visiting there should be cut down. Miss Wary Elauor Scott is visiting her grandparents, Mr. ones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 and Mrt, A. B A Texas Wonder. rat Vine Giove. McKaughan. years old and some nice cattle. aiVThe Ladies of the Methodi6t church The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Over in Tobinsport bottoms, tiiere supper wiij. give the annual ice cream During the bummer months mothtr bladder troubles, removing gravel, are some of the prettiest farms in this .Saturday evening, July .27. of young children should watch for any cures diabetes.'weak and lame backs, whole river valley. Just now they are W. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky, rarfjewls Crider. who belongs to the unnatural looseness of the bowels When rheumatism, and all ir egularities of showing the power of productiveness army and had his hand badly damaged given prompt attention at this time tho kidneys and bladder in both men Corn and wheat and other crops never b'everal months ago, is with his grand serious trouble may be avoided. Cham- and women. Regulates bladder troub- looked better. It is encouragiug.to the mother, Mrs. Martha Clarkson. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea les In children. If not sold by vour average man to ride through the lanes rewill ?4'C b. Morris has returned to Louis-Vl- Remedy can alwas be depended upon. druggist $1.00. be sent by mail on two over there and beheld the amount of ceipt of One small bottle is truck that is raited on well cultivated For sale by all dealers. after a visit to his brother, J. T. month's treatment and selcom falls to soil. Tobinsport farmers are rich and Morris. i perfect a ciire. Dr. E. W. Hall, 21)26 independent with acres of good ground W. E. Crutcher, cashier of the Vine Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for that they will not dispose of at $100 UNION STAR Crnva State Bank, and Hardin Countv Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug- per acre Kim j , Road Commissioner W. T. iirown were gists. 000 Shra last week seeing abuut tho Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard and "famF. Al. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE A large crowd of people attended the road that is to be built between Wilson Has a Double ily, of Hardinsburg, are visiting their funeral ot Charles Weatherholt in Tob PTSee and Vine Grove. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richard This enphio is in jrood condition; Ims been run about men met Friday and cleaned off son. o. Woodrow Wilson insport last Wednesday afternocc at two Pittsburg, July yThe has a double in John E. Gill, president .o'clock. lie was known and liked by ., the Methodist church yard, not before i yours and is a bnrgain tonnyone needing u btntiormrv Frynilre, of Chenault, Miss people over there, and a large 'it was needed. (Good work, keep it visiting Adeleaunt, Mrs. 10. H. Shell-ma-is pf the Manufac urers Light and Heat all the gathered to pay their respects to engine. Has nil necessary pipes, pasolino tunic which her Company of this city. Mr. GUI has crowd up Editor.) holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline- pump repeatedly been mistaken for his dis- the deceased. Some ten or twelve Mrs. Charlie Scott and niece, Miss and u natural gus attachment. Keuson for holline Augusta and Thelma Duts- - tinguished double and some of his ex- were present from Cloverport. The 'Mary Louise Uardaway, left last week Misses visiting their grandmother, chke are entirely too lurcjo for my purpose. For further inforperiences have been both trying and burial services were vtry simple and for several weeks visit with relatives took place at the home of the deceased, Mrs. Polly Dutschke, of Lodiburg amusing mation call on or uddrv&s fefc Versailles, Frankfort and Lexington. Recently when he and Wilson met surrounded by many friends who had Lamar Gardner, of Chenault, was Mary Richardson and Mesdames the guest of Miss Nannie Hall Sunday. here in a hotel lobby they were Intro- gdthered through love nd sympathy to ilia Brown, of Louisville, spent last My heart JNO. D. BABBAGE, :: duced and Wilson jokingly asked Gill those who survived him. Ky. tifcMk with Mesdames Kemper and Har- Dysentery is always serlouc and often to help him out with some of his went out In great aympathy to his two Cumberland Telephone No. 46. jjwaY. Gill only last week was little girls, twelve 'and fifteen years, a dangerous dlsea.se, but it can be speeches. ,,v,Mrs. Annie yoodson,oi Kansas Ulty, cured. besieged by a flock of suffragettes at who looked upon hisTface on earth for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ding the summer with her moth- - and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured It his hotel, who pkaded their cause and the last time. He was a kind and In Capt. Kyler and his wife, of Mrs. Margaret Talbot. Mrs. Wood- even when malignant and epidemic demanded a declaration from him un- dulgent father. Thousands ,0f Flowers. ijito la here trying to regain her health. Mr. Weatherholt's funertil they were pursuaded to see their For sale by all dealers. 000 C. C. Martin was taken sud- i;.1Cr mistake. Turning a&ido from the sad occur- al. J guthered from the captain's conNelson W Greenhut, of New York, Friday morning. All the Gill, who is an ardent prohibitionist, rences in life to those of the present, versation, that he married his wife over married Miss A Young Man's Mistake Cecile Erstein al Long there forty-onj ears ago. He seemere called home. was accosted last niuht by a bilulous and of much concern, I wish to say that HUfll VU Branch, N. J , July 11. The groom is ed to know its Lee King, who has been at What a mistake a young man makes Wilson enthusiast who demanded a Tobinsport contains many beautiful as well as everybody on the ground, the son of the d:y goods man of the roine who were not there. speech and drove the business man to and capable young girls. When you 111., for tne past two years, MP la, Greenhut Siegel Cooper Company tf when he weds a domesticated woman! cover. pass them on the road, as I aid home Tuesday to spend the sum- ooo New York. In addition to the club He mlssw everything; he never learns so many the other afternoon, their apwith her father, Rev. J. 13. King. what It means to live; he settles down Wood Weatherholt is one of the most decorations at the West End Shore One way to relieve habitual consti- pearance Indicated beauty, health and L,iThe Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. at eace to a humdrum existence with genial ferrjmen in all the country. Club where tho wedding: took place, pation Is to take regularyva mild lax- an expression of being well provided fwerg Prather Wednesday. out a traee of novelty. Besides being clever, he has a great there were H.OOO American Deautles Doan's Uegulets are recommend,-e- for. Tobinsport ISIUws has just been received of the What he should da Is marry a woman ative this purpose. 85c a box at all acres One good bottomgirl, witb a few knowledge of river craft ami things. It 1,500 Easter Lilies and 3,000 pink roses. of for laad, is worth is Said of Wood that no matter how MMth of Mrs. Clay Rawlings, of Mex wno knows nothing of cooking, baking, drug stores. much more than stock in the Hardins- rough For soreness of the muscles, whether aud turbulent the old Ohio gets ico, July the 0th. Mrs. Rawlings for ouyiBg, etc ; then he gets novelty all burg b nk at sixty five cents above par. ty lived here, She was buried at the time, and lives in a whirl af at times, that whenever he tells you induced by violent exerclsw or injury, OQO His Reason He has to sample ail her cok mm City. that you can cross in safaty, you can there U nothing better than Cbamtwr-laln'- s LinJmunt. This llalmeiit also lag; he bagliw with meats burned' to a Education is looking up on the bet ) our boots, he can put you over. I A banker in central Kentucky was Hoofckr tUle. Just now they are erect- - Every body likes Wood, and his HttJ relieves rheumatic pains, For sal by earache, toothache, pains, bum, ein4ar; k eata puddings to which no ft .M Inor a u.,lkfita,a.ljil tuur coluuvl r dky after dayi all dealers. kids, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas . oa la tit kabit of wearing his bat a ouid give a name. craft plks oyer r and qur eoatractor, Mr, Jaaw.s. LwJ, doing a great and simple service u the pveaU grow deal dorfag feniaesc boars, ju in cctlcOil, a spUndld remedy fori Ha ofceervt that the l fcter mm batter oay by ay, uw in its eonfctrueibMi, public. tbt Ma ue4 bis bald plate for a ii; Subscribe Right Now. lurf nciej. ( Balancing oneself on the narrow steel girder of ft forty story skyscraper Is nn easy and sufo task compared to performiuR on the aquaplane. Iumplne yourself riding through the water on n narrow plank drawn by a high powered motor boat, cnttiug the waves ut a' speed of forty miles an hour It takes nerve to give nn nquaplnno exhibition. The three best and most fearless aqunplnue stars will show their skill during Cndiilaqun, tho Inst week In July, at Detroit. Mason Uuni you let some of that money stay in the hank and keep an account with us?" The darky leaned toward him, and with a quizzical look at the derby the banker wore, answered confidently: You look "Boss, I'se jes' afeared like you was always ready to start somewheres. "Harper's. Insurance! Life Insurance, Sick and Ac- itching pfles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove tl em. Doau's Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. fiOc at any drug store. cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. r Lowest Rates of any Company in America. . The L. C. TAUL, Cloverport, Insurance Man, m i H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! ood -- le For Sale ID (I Mac-l-Js- m n. Cloverport, - Hawes-ville.attend- i cd 11' YV e C d sur-prhH- tt. gd sum-atc- In 111 . the-riv- ui iBtrd O 1. (t,m W IrcnVwilhe wkufc face f fJjft ;rth;is coiend with W1kft Mr. Wilson's nomination whs assured from the fact of his ajfio'iftiid orpaniiHtion, the character of the men behind him. "No man vor men. Why have an election? .Mint call it unanimous. wont to a presidential convention backed by a more determined tet W. R. Hearst says if we have v aod corn and cotton crop tH of men, but Mr. Wilson, hiniHcl, won the convention.'" political Mitu ttion won't keep the country from being prosperous. The Irvington Hardwaro & Implement Co'a now brick builUing THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. B. IAI1AGE, Editw and PaMshcr Issued Evory Wednay. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912 $1.00 n year in advance. LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional BUSINESS insertion. CAIIDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tbo rate of 5 cents per lino, money In advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso notify us. Subscription pric-- ntlrvington has reached tho second atory and work is progressing nicely. It is said now that another two-stor- y brick businosn bouso l t ?A t. f t tve tnavoiri nuaroot a Ttllt mil .vinnqo party organizer in wrccKon-s- sYidgo. The little giant has closed up shop and will not visit Chicago? 1 m - will go up at once, tho second story to be used for a Masonic ball. William Bell has nearly completed his ton room hotel building. Con. If you want to keep cool drink buttermilk. crcto sidewalks aro going down as fast cs tho contractor? can build them. Irviiigton is a progressive little city. Will tho street committee get busy? Lo. llarvoy, editor of Harpers Weekly, who turned against Woodrow Wilson, is again giving him bis support in u splendid spirit. Wo call attention to his recall in tho article published in this issue. Ho says that Mr. Wilson appeals particularly to cnthusiactic younger men. Wo need n president who can appeal to our 3'oungcr men and get them to take a sincere and active part in politick. Ralph Knott, Wobster, has ono of tho best pieces of corn on tho Henderson Route. HU true it is not a, largo crop but it shows cultivated and work and what the around will do when properly handled. There is not an. acre of ground along tho Road in this county but what will prow just as good corn as Mr. Knott's when properly cultivated. Less acres, moro corn is what wo want. iM Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of New Jersey FOR VICE PRESIDENT THOMAS U. MARSHALL of Indiana . -, Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes 1 M and Interior Decorations ' MAKES THIRD PARTY ABSURD The Duluth, Minn., Herald, an independent republican which encouraged tho Roosevelt movement formerly now says. "If Theodore Roosevelt heads a third party he will get some votes, and fifty of these votes will be drawn from Taft where ono is drawn from Wilson. Ho will therefore make Taft's defeat easier-thou- gh it is easy enough as it is. But ho will obscure tho issue the i&suo between progress and .stagnation, the issue between the shame of Chicago ond tho glory of Baltimore, tho issue between Woodrow Wilson, a 'conservative with a move on,' and William Howard Taft, a 'progressive tied to a post.' " Tho Herald points out that Roosevelt's party can only be a personal party. Tho Baltimore result, as tho Herald points out, has made tho third party movement impossible and even absurd. Its only possible function will bo as a means of registering a protest vote of those who aro so blindly partisan they cannot accept any leader who comes bearing tho label of 'democrat" no matter bow completely he meets every requirement of the progressive cau.e. Evansvillo Courier. The public in ono accord gives thanks to Mr. Randall, master mechanic for the L., II. & St. L. R. R. company t for tho beautiful park down at the shops this summer. It is a pleasure to tho travel ers to see tho improvements as they pass by on the trains. Flowers s and aro a relief to a man's eye, and tho cultivation of both paper, should bo looked after in bvcry nook and corner in this old town. blue-gras- We can assure everybody a good time who attends tho barbecue at Webster next Saturday. If you arc hot you will find something cooling, if hungry, plenty to eat, if looking for a sweetheart she'll bo there too. W. F. McCombs was unanimously elected chairman of tho Democratic Nation il Committee at Chicago Monday. Joseph E Davis, of Madison, Wis., was elected secretary. Both were the choice of Gov. Woodrow Wilson. m Screen Doors, Windows and Wire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. Ail $: 1 Kir.ds of PlaninP Mill Wrrk to Order ON ! 1 1 PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION Mr. Loriraer, the United States Senator from Illinois, finally lost his seat in the senate after contesting tho matter for about two years. If Mr. Lorimer isn't an innocent man ho is tho best actor in the world. No man can read bis speech nnd say he is guilty. Wo have just a few names on our list who are in arrears. Wo know them all personally and know they are good and will pay but this don't satisfy Uncle Sam. He says you must come across with a clean paid up list. Examine your label and help us out of our trouble. y We have enjoyed "Tho Beginning of a Greater Career" announcement that tho Louisville Paper Company is now ready for business in their new and permanent location at Thirteenth and Maple Streets. Friday night, April 2(5th, the Company lost their building and stock of goods by lire, and from tho ashes sprung greater au.bitions for a greater career. Tho booklet fails to give the ago of tho Company but tor several years wo have seen tho boys grow up with their business and their business grow up with them. Thos. Floyd Smith is president, Albeit A. Bigelow, treasurer, Nathaniel A. Warfield, secretary, John Marshall, assistant to president, T. II. Stark, advertising manager, who designed tho attnetive booklet, Chas. A. Jenson. oflicc manager, Edgar M. Nuckols, manager of city order department, and T. K. Barbeo, Jr., manager of tho country "editors." Tho ono word that runs through tho story of tho paper company is energy every bod works there and they have met and made their opportunities by work. It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter tho Louisville Paper Company and hold a job without working hard. This has been proven. Some few years ago a rich young man enteied tho business with $50,000 and started at the very bottom of the stack of paper and worked himself up to one, if not, tho most important Ho had money, but ho had to work to make office ot the Company. tho company what it is today. good and to make Top lambs brought 7 cents on the Louisvilld market Monday. The maiket was overstocked and tho bulk of the sales went around G cents. Wo were never so interested in a political campaign, prepared a good deal of interesting information presidential fight and hope you enjoy it. wo have This week about tho The Democratic party will ask for a reduction of the tariff upon all commodities which affect tho high cost of living. This is what Woodrow Wilson stands for. It makes no difference whether Mr. Taft withdraws from tho ticket or stays on it, tho result will be about tho same'. It looks like Woodrow Wilson, to us all the tirao. r Satan controls more mortgages, gives less return, charges higher interest, and forecloses moro claims, and wonders why he has so many clients for such a disreputable business. Tho standpat Republicans seem to bo waiting his do. for T. R. to do C.il m !MgrMB' ct The man who has n bank account feels and confidence. There is a mysterious thing called "Credit" which is based on faith. You can establish this credit and this faith that people have in you, by having MONKV IX TUB HANK. The banker, who is the friend and adVleer of every business man in this community, grows to believe in you when he sees you putting money away for your future. If you have not got a bank account, start one NOW. J This hot weather is just what tho farmers need, It is making Woodrow Wilson has been busy at tho Little White House at down his ideas of how a Democratic Pros dontial corn unci tobacco. Sea Girt putting campaign should bo conducted and ho is making most careful sugTho presidential election is all settled, Why not get down to gestions to tho Democratic National committee. lie will have con business? siderable to say about finances and win exercise tno strictest censorship over the campaign contributions which have not been so many Under the new proposed express rates a package from Louisville yet. Thoy rango from $1 to $200, those received, and Gov. Wilson costing 35 cents will bo reduced to about 23 cents. ' will see to it that every contributor's name will bo published in accordance with the law. It costs money to finance a presidential campaign. T. R.'s election in 1901 cost $1,900,000 and Georgo'B. has disclosed officially before the State committee who is investigating campaign contiilmtions that $3,000,000 was what it co--- t to run tho campaign of 1900, which resulted in the election of William McKinley. Even women contribute as high as $10,000 to the m presidential campaigns. Cor-tely- ou Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trit Investments SMJOOfOOO" "" Till 01- - lURDINSblRG & THJ T CO. !!ardiisbu o. Ky. .jTAOEays us-isa- Wiawfwiw i,iMiiTftcaa 1 HIS BREACH OF ETIQUETTE I Incident, Seemlnp'y Srr.nll In but LeJ to the Resignation Multy Millions. s: .', of MJ3SCRI!'!: NOW . .FOR THO.... A To tho person, who has prido and ambition for his town, it makes to seo how dirty Main street is. Our rule has always him heart-sics of Clovorport in our paper, been not to speak of tho wo have exhausted our will power, to keep quiet longer about tho but terrible condition of our streets. Wo wish tho merchants would clean up overy Saturday for Sunday sweep oil" tho pavements and clean up tho streets in front of tho stores. Do not leavo it for someone else in the town to do. There aro enough idle men, loafers on tho street, every Saturday afternoon to put Main street in a spike and span dress for tho Sabbath day. k Great Presidential Campaign Offer Ever Made until after November election (or until January 1,1918) and I short-coming- The Most Liberal We Mave THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THE DAILY EVENING POST November 10, 1912 (count tho tjmo) for 11 Ellsha Dyer, tho vit nnd cotillion leader, &?'C on tho Ka'.ae? WIUio!hi I!., apropos 01 court etiquette: "Court etiquette is, after rtll, voy 'Ike orclirary otlqv.oac the lava of common cense govern it. "Did you ever har how Multy lest his under secretaryship our legation In London? Mult his fate. His common seuso w.u lamentably lacking. "It happened ye. n and years ngj; King Edward had just couiu Into Ids own, and Multy Millions was dining for the first time at Buckingham I'M- Mil-"011- 3 c d Journal DAILY, SUNDAY AND KLY Atlanta 1 k v. ri ace. ouldn't it bo a great work if tho Masons would erect a public fountain on Main street? This would bo a great blessing for tho people, a great benefit to their horses, a great monument to tho Masonic order of Clovorport. Tho old town pump that used to bo on Reidol's corner is now dry as a bono, but its cool water to tho pilgrims still runs fresh in thoir memory. While observing the now laws of tbo individual drinking cup, wo should not forget tho laws of nature that demand fresh drinking water as well as clean cups. than ono-ha- lf tho regular price. Tho sooner you send in your order tho moro you will got for your money. Bo sure to send in your order under this special rate to is less This Only $1 "His own personality that is what gave Wilson tho nomination," Morris Beard who has recently returned homo from tho east. aid Mr. Heard Vas immoHsely pleased with his trjp and enjoyed tho Baltimore convention from start to finish. Ho said that from the first "The dinner was a statu one. Tho splendid gold plate from Windsor guttered on table and sideboard. To Multy, when the entrements came on. the deaf Queen Alexandra said: "'How long have you been living abroad, Mr. Mllllonsr " 'Four years, ma'am,' Multy replied In a loud voice for he knew enough, of course, to speak high and to say 'ma'am.' '"What 7 I did not hear,' saldQuetn Alexandra. " 'Four years, ma'am,' Multy Bhouted. "But she repeated: 'What?' "Then Multy leaned forward, and, with a polite and amiable smile, he waved four fingers to and fro before queen Alexandra's faee. ''He resigned tke next Booming. Lurgi'M Circulation South of Bultimoro BY MAIL Daily and Sunday per annum 57. W) Daily only 5.W Sunday only Semi-Weekly 2M lllltii Hews! AlllhiTliM! The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Subscribe Today! $3.50 Louisville and lireckenridge on year f3.60., KveoiDK Poll Newhl n b Breckanridge News 1 9 WEDNESDAY, A... j. - . JUIT .. . 17, 1912 "-' , "T'T" TT rHlfc PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE IJPfrTpaijpra NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALU GENERAL OFFICES THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS HTEJ FOR POLITICAL $ 2,50 For Precinct mid city Offices $ 6.00 For County Offices Hor'Stnte nnd District Offices... f 15.00 10 ForCalln, per Hue 10 For Cards, per line...... .- For All Publications In tbe Inter-eo( Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line st r M LOCAL BREVITIES f r ' Mrs. D. H. Severs is convalescr nt. J Mike Tucker was In Henderson Sun- iday. am Henninger went to Tuscola, III , Tuesday. Born, to the wife of Mr. Tom Garrett, July 8, a girl. W. B. Taul has gone to Evansvllle to i visit relatives. . Miss Freda Reidel went to Stephens-port Saturday. Mrs. Raymond May was in Owens-bor- o last week. Wallace Pierce, of Linda Vista, Ind , was here Saturday. ' 'Mrs. E. T.. Connor, of Stephensport, was here Saturday. Miss Beatrice Payne, o was here yesterday. Tobinsport, Louis-'.vill- Mrs. Dan Duncan and baby of e, arrived Monday. G. W. Lawson and family have returned from Cannelton. Miss Barry, of Charleston, Mo Is the guest of Mrs. J. A. B.irry. Mrs. George Chick, of Mt. Sterling, Is visiting Mrs. Ella Oglesby. I Jul Hl JHL J'. spent, Monday in Louisville. Tll Miss Virginia Hudson, of Versailles, is v,sitlDg in EverSreen Ala Louie Dltzenbaugli has gone to Lou-- f F;V Vaville to tuke a business course. Miss Elizabeth woods, or. ouisvh.c, ,k Is.vislting Miss Mary Owen Oelze. $L'' Mrs. Sue Wedding, of Ca'nnelton.has been the guest of Mrs. John Dean. " Tracing paper ten cents a sheet at tne JNews onice rusiiigc uut .ui. fMrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, has been the guest of Mrs. Fred Fraize Jas. Jarritt got his foot crushed at a Webster r ck crusher last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Neubauer and 'children n ivts bsen visiting in Ovvens- I -- L rosier naruci " " ai I' : vboro. t Master Mechanic Randall closed a contract last' week for three new en- - i 'glnes. Waldo Simons and Mrs. Conrad SSImuns, of Tobinsport, were here Sat- - VMrs W nrimy. Mrs. J. D. , daughter, Mrs. E. Gregory 's visiting her C. Brice, in Mans field, Ark. Mrs. Curtis Pate, of Beech Fork, will CTD He Iff Wf gr mr Louisville last week selling hpjfs. 44&4 says his corn crop Is almost a total failure on account of so much rain. Miss Virginia McOavock got the prize at the party given at the home ot uata Miss Klolse Nilte for having the pret For Sale Meat Market tlest plctute of babyhood davn. COU SALIC Meat Mnrkrt liouso ccntrnlly loon tod j best stand In town! Rood opt Monday. The Rev. Mr. James T. Lewis, of for rlRlit man. Louis II.. lolly, IrvlnRtoii, Misses Florence and Addle Fairleigh Fordsville, called at the News office Ivy. are visiting their aunt, Mrs. John I). and paid his respects to tho paper beFor Sale Cottage fore Jie left Cloverport Thursday. Habbage. COIl SALE 5 room cottRff o SncresRround; nonr eolli'ito btilldlnir, IrTlnRton, Ky. Beard & Robertson have three acres W. L. Arnold, IrvliiKton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Nathnnlal Tucker and dun K liter, Miss Leila, spent Sunday ut of very fin" tobacco near the Fair For Rent Dwelling House grounds. The ground was well preAddison. COIl nF.NT-llovacated by Ira ttclicn H, A. Oelze has been several days. pared and limed and Is allowing results. 1 .Mrs. It. L. N'ewson, Cloverport, Ky. His friends were glad to see him out Thos. Smith, of Stephensport, was For Sale Morday. hero Saturday. He is itn enthusiastic COIl 8ALK A 15 lioro power stationery nus Knitlno; Wat kins mike. In Rood Mrn. Frank Brickev and Mrs Dugan Wilson man. It Is wonderful the er- ItreokfiirldKO nowh, Uloteriort, Ivy were guests of Mr and Mrs. Krriest thtidnsm this man Wilson N cienllnir among all the people. Pate Mondny. For Sale AlorttrnKcs mid iillklnrin COIl 8 A Miss Mina Pate commenced teaching Frank Ditto, of Oklahoma Cltv. was of IcRiil bliinkN. HreclieiirldRf Nfwi, her school at Hardins School House Cloverport, Ky. t uuiu wtiiti Dcvciiti wcunn IkiivriTii last Monday. was seriously Injured. His For Sale Pension Certificates Mary E. Diddle has been appointed brother, Abram Ditto, of Texas, has CETlimOATK-at Frymire. W. A. Bar ; gone to see him and found his condi PENSION An exact copy ofAttliosotlm Nows olllco. Issued by tion better. thu Pension Olllco. (Jet onu now befoie they ger resigned. are nil roiic. The stork has recently visited the Mrs Rufus McCoy went to Lexing TOR home of Mr. and Mrs. Gabc Brickev nnd ton Friday to spend the summer with HOUSE left a fine girl. Mr. McCoy, who is attending State POII SALE A Ilouso with nlco ve ran nnd iro.'d outbuild ncs a. well. and Dan Duncan, of Louisville, spent University. She was accompanied by 20 acres da koou land r Ik lit nt the. rallro.nl of by. A ,.l,n hnai Mfttlon. A Mr. and Mrs her sUfpr. floo r.tnnrlla Sunday with his parents, poou riliico for a crocery Moris or a blacksmith shop. TViUoropertv it at ItockvaU-- . Mreckln- H. V. Duncan. returned home. ruiKu county, ity. ror rurtner jj.utieuiiirs, Hi. Ky Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of Hinton, W. Alford Adkini. of Sample, was here cull on or address mo nt ltockva it AmnilEY J Va., Is visiting In Hawesvllle and Is ex- Monday. lie said If he were voung For Sale Gray Coat Suit pected here soon. enough he would go out west and start Mrs. Mildred Hawkins Is visiting her life again in Missouri, where be visited poll SALE Co it Suit, gray woolen muter-- , . ,. . ,, , ,, l.il; second linnded. but not worn much .n, daughter and family, Mrs. M. E. ins son, uiKins, at L,emon(iaie, nnd w II w rtb tho prim S3. Slie 30 bust skirt Inches. Write. Nows Olllco. Mo., last year. at Mattlngly. Mrs. James T. Lewis went to LouisThe many friends of Mr. T. E. ville last week to see her daughter, Pauley, who has been ill several weeks Mrs. Ballard Wilson. at his home at Mattoon, 111., will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham have glad to learn he Is Improving. Mr. and gone to Stephensport to spend two Mrs. Pauley will visit Grand Rapids, Mich., and other points east as soon ns weeks with relatives. Mrs. Wm. McCracken, who has been he is from tinder the doctor's care. very 111 at her horne on the hill for sevThe bois and girls of St. Rose Court of pnuidfatiK'r, .M'tuidmothor, eral days, is improving. and the voung matrons are enjoying nnd Aunt Mary, nnd then the Perkins & French, of Amnions, have swiming parties down on the river qimint pictures of father nnd Dank just below the Kicking Post. All In 73 acres of tobacco,' 200 acres of corn mother taken just after the war the young people are Invited to join the and a 200 ton hay crop. crowd every ntternoon at 2:30 o'clock. money couldn't )uy them Mr. and Mrs. Orval Mitchell, of Mr. Sometimes the crowd numbers forty from you. Fordsville, spent Sunday here with young people and they certainly have a and Mrs. Rollie Mitchell. Are you forgetful of the fact jolly time in the water. Harry Moorman, who has been on a ihnt future rcneratiotia would, Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps gave a visit to his sisters at Glen Dean, re cherish just pictures of boat party Monday evening In honor of turned to Chicago Saturday. you? Miss Webster, of Louisville, who reMiss Margaret Sherman, of Toledo, turned home yesterday. The yatching Ohio, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cha. party was Interfered with by the Moorman, jr., of Versailles. C. G. BRABANDT storm and the guests had to go ashore. Miss Nannie Ryan and little nephew Dr. Boone Invited the partv to his PiiOToruiAi'iiini Harry Newman, of Evansville.are visit- heme in St. Rose Court. A fine time ing relatives near Mattlngly. was had and a sumptuous luncheon was Misses Emmy Lou and Johnnie Moor set at nine o'clock. 1912 MANEUVERS. man, of Gleu Dean, arrived Monday night to visit Mrs. Sallie Moorman. Thirteens Don't Trouble Him. Plana For Big War Gamo About New A protracted meeting is In progress York City. at Hardins School House, conducted bv New York city will be the prize to Kingswood. Cipt. Arch Pulliam pas whtn he ws be contended for by joint Rev. Dugan and wife cf forces of the The Woman's Missionary Societies of ovr r on the main line running a train tegular army and state militia organ the Owensboro District will meet at he sta ted out of Lewisport on Friday, Izations In the summer maneuvers of the Methodist cnuich in this city in the I3th of the thou h with engine No. 1911.'. according to plans announced at 13, got a train orde' No. 13 and had 13 Hie war department. October. The nttncklmr force will be organized Crtr.s in liis train. Troin dispatcher Wa-sMrs. W. H. Bowmer went to Toledo. uired liun lo look out tumble from the Tenth cavalry, the Fifth In Ohio, Sunday to see her daughter, Mrs nlitad. Hut Capt. A ch sajs be never antry and the Second battalion of the Chas. Minary, who was operated on for hud a more pleasant hiiiI successful trip, Third Held nrtlllery and the inllltin troops of nil New England. appendicitis. so tlm teens never trouble him. The defending force will bo orgnn Minnie Fontaine and little grand Mrs. lzed from the First squadron. Fir son, Fontaine McGiiffin, of Louisville, teenth cavalry; the Third battalldu Founds Hindu Scholarships. arrived Friday night to visit Mrs Infantry, and the ml Tho first Hindu scholarships In an Tuoiit.v-nliitEmma rikillman American collpjro have boon provided Htln of New York and New Jersey. The organization of the attaclcluv Claude Mercer wme, down from for at thi University of California by Sirdar Jnwnla Dlngh. a wealthy Hin- and defending forces will be left n Hardinsburg yesterday In his new auto du . Cal. Har Major Oeneral F. D. Grant at Ne farmer of car to catch a train for Brandenburg Da.vnl. an Oxford graduate, now resld. York, comuinnder of the eastern dh Hl3 father came with him. Ing In Sun Francisco, hns devised a slou There will be troops to the uuuihc , Robert T Exshaw has returned home plan which litis a patriotic motive. and has launched his Students, both men and women, will of .about ono division on each side from Louisville new yacht at this port. It has been lie brought hero from India on condition that they return to their native christened "the Little Flann" country on graduation. Victor Hagman, of Skillman, was in teach the school at TauI's nchool house this fall. Tom Ferry hnt gone to Bedford, Ind., vvhre he accepted n position with the railroad. Arthur Beard and nephew, Geo. Alexander Beard, went to Louisville Wsurvts. Enjoy Yourself! Get a pair of- - ns 1 uso 111 TREDEZY SLIPPERS For bed room, bath or Invalid lr. On, post-mistre- ss SALE-4-R- 00M I ! !.. Only 35c J. KSSteSJeSSt WM I I Ham-bleto- 41) C. NOLTE & BRO-- i CLOVERPORT, KY. abSSsai Those old Daguerreotypes 1 have for Mile one thoroughbred Berkshire brood sow; one Poland China brood sow with nine pigs about 2 months old; ono other brood bow with six pisrs about 2 month: old. Will sell sow and pigs together or singly. Also for salo one good work horse. Terms cash. For Sale! To The Cloverport tKSisatsSSlotsiSEi&SJs)tis3sScSSKS jjj Jesse R. Eskridge Hardinsburg, Ky. nn ySSySSj?sSSS5SSC3SC3sjc3s3t3jss:c3jj Contributions Cemetery Association Jell' HtimMeton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkcison, New York, S 5 00 25.00 oi E Mrs. Clint spent I'hilpott, of Raymond, with Mrs. Dave Reynolds. h Mrs. Dave Reynolds, Misses Frances Severs, Eula Hope Cart, Ilallie Severs, The moonlight at Will Peter's Satur . A 1... .. ""."--day night was well attended i nut all Willln Rnlinrtinn m.l' "'" Tt... . "'f Union Star, attended the ice cream sup report it a pleasant occasion. Miss Mar' Gale Caw thorn, of Louisville, is spending her vacntion with Mr. W. L. Arnold has been appointed and Mrs. II. I,, llruner. manager of the pipe fitting department Mr- - Armld has been Misses Mvrl Ilasham and Ida Ater, of nt the sho,s- brlrtv!e b"ss for fiftee vr- - nnd is well . Lodiburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. pleased with Is change nn account ot Kroush jast week. It giving him more till- - at h u e. Ho Roy llassett. of Union Star, was guest will move his family lure from Irving-o- f Roy Dodson Sunday. , ,ssoon AS ,le e;in t,et n houSB per at Saturday night. "Mm-eliin- i Subscribe Now 30C CIOE5 30E CZJOCZDiR HOE 3l 0I non IOE cnoiZD!fcz51fo) McQUADY ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS -- j' AUGUST Saturday, teiTJ 10, 1912 niC3ocf BbMJbQ TW i.mz r EBBra , BKW BTHI Ml Mr EXCUSE tf him, but pt," absolute exultation frow SEVEN II "Tw, with rather UN "I'fcftve tTMA ftabkHMty from NnftraUoMl" aoF 3S Mm ME! Novelized from he Comedy of (be Same Name S i i r "Well?" E. Pinkham's Vegeta"Well, stupid, don't you bco7 Wo Ono 'of tin must fantastic and In- tion, three sixty-Incbombs will be a train, a minister comes, wo wreck ble Compound. spiring programs ever devised for n fired Into the air. They will release nab him, he marries us, and there will Im brought to n cpcctncu-In- r millions of stars and thirteen red and wo are! Everything's lovely!" Slkeston, Mo. "For seven years I carnival climax Hie night of Thursday. white stripes, forming In the heavens By Ho gavo her ono of those looks Buffered everything. I was In bed for ILLUSTRATED of Trem rfcctoirapk Inly ITi. wIumi Citdlllniiiii. Detroit's Rupert with which n man unually grcots what Prodoctd lk ny four or fivo days at a big wntnr ffte. rendu itn height. n woman calls nn Inspiration He did W. SaraJ By Htnry Rshea timo every month, The Ix'iiutiriil Detroit river will lie not honor her Invention with annnd so weak I could fairly iililnze that nllit to tiold spell- alysis. He simply put forward an obhardly walk. I had ... .111114 llm I. ill? atlltll.tt. Iln.k.ll.. Copyright, 1(11. bj 11. K. Fir n. lulllllll iii iiiii. iii.iiiwii ri...ii' ..in. .1111 , jection to It, and, I ..in choso tho i the mivnl imrndo around t'n CHAPTER XXV. it i wltiii-8irost hateful of nil objections: iinu uumjuuuuf uuu dlllnqua wntt-- coiirLnml the fireworks "It's n lovely Idea, but tho wreck SMI " tcit uo nu nuivuun iuiu , ,,n,.. Tho Train Wrecker. Mould delay us for hours and hours, weak that I dreaded i.rtHil.. ll'M". iiik it Is rorntruetpd In The entering tho Ob- nnd I'd miss my transport " Tho to seo anyone or mldrlri-- wnter timrt .Around the court on servation Itoom, found only n loving "Harry Mallory, If you mention that hac nnyone movo in TOD craft of nil descriptions will couplo. Ho took In nt n glnnco tliclr odious transport to mo again, I know tho room. Tho docThe court will be the center desire for solitude A Inrgo pnrt of Pit havo hydrophobia. I'm going tors gavo me medi- ilere of the u nter pageant. It will be uls business wns tho forcing of wares home." ' cine to enso mo at on pcoplo who did not wnnt them. feet wide ami fea"Hut, darling," ho pleaded, "you thoso times, and said that I ought to J.i.00 foot long. Ills volco nnd his method suggested onn't desert me now. nnd lenvc me to have an opcrntion. I would not listen to ' tured by llini' Immense. fountains. II Ite IHiBflHBaHLt MLflBalllH Seeing Mnllory nnd go on alone?" Sho hnd her answer! that, and when a friend of my husband s Inmlmitcd with colored lights tho mosquito. tweon the foiintiilue will lie enormous Marjorlo mutually nbsorbed In rend- glib: told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg(Mtitnlning a coming each other's eyes, nnd evidently "If you really loved mo, you'd " etable Compound nnd whnt it had dono Itoinan galley, one In need of nothing on earth less than "Oh, I know," ho cut In. "You'vo for his wife, I was willing to tako it. bined baud nnd orchestra and the nth Singing r fiomcthlng else to rend, tho said that bofore. But I'd be Now I look the picturo of health and feel or holding the Mendelssohn Hub of l."(l volte.-)- . The court N so decided tbnt his best plan of I'd lose my career." like it, too. I can do nil my own houseA display on the Detroit attack was to rnnko himself n "What's n career to a man who work, work in the garden and entertain situated that It tr.n he viewed by river. The of fireworks fireworks will Cadillaqua l.(KXMKH) people, ami doubtless half It Is a plan successfully adopt- truly loves?" company and enjoy them, and can walk dwarf all past performances of the kind. strcot plnnista ed by "It's Just ns much as it is to any- ns far ns nny ordinary woman, any day that number will be on hand to witmu- nn Immense American flag. That will and other blackmailers under tho body else nnd more," in tho week. I wish I could talk to every ness tin spectacle and hear the lx the signal for the multitudes to guise of art, who have nothing bo Sho could hardly controvert this suffering woman and girl, nnd tell them sical program. Tor the last number nn the program Join In singing the chorus of tho na grnccfully, so sho sank back with whnt Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable welcome to sell as their absence. Mallory and Marjorlo heard tho grim resignation. the singers will render "The Stnr tloual miti.ciu "Well, I'vo pro-- ' Compound ha3 done for mo. Following that program n fireworks poseu my pmn, ami you uon i iikc u. Dema BETHUNE, Sikcston, Mo. Spangled Hannor." At a signal from hum, but thoy tried to ig- Now, suppose you propose something.-- 1 rnmp,iv ,vhinh a:,i iMa the lender, who will be in plain sight dlsplny will bo given to conclude that fhn nore it. Tho silence wns oppressive. Thoy was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo to the tens of thousands of eyewit- evening's entortnliimont. Cadillaqua nesses on account of the Hoods of begins .Monday night. July 23, with a "Papers, gents and ladles? Yes? sat llko stoughton bottles. There tho Compound, light from powerful searchlights fo- fireworks display representing tho vi conductor found them some tltno No? Paris fashions, lady?" It has helped thousands of women who Ho shoved n largo periodical be- later. Ho gave them n careless look. have been troubled with displacements, cused on the court from every direc sion of Cadillac rounder of Detroit. tween their very noses, but Marjorlo' Felected a chair at tho end of tho inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregthrow It on the floor, with a bitter car, and began to sort his tickets, ularities, periodic pains, backncha, that long." Ho moppea ms brow In agony McQUADY glance nt her own borrowed plumage: spreading them out on nnother chair, bearing down feeling, indigestion, and as sho went on: "I'm suro you'ro n very chivalrous man. I'm suro you making notes with tho pencil he took "Don't show mo any Paris " nervous prostration, after all other means would glvo your life to rescuo a Then she gave tho boy his from atop his ear, and shoved back have failed. Why don't you try it? from time to time. maiden in distress. Well, hero's your conge by resuming her chat with MaMiss ' Virginia Fowler, of BrandenAges seemed to pass, nnd Mallory chanco. Won't you please hold the burg, was the llory: "How long do wo stop at week.end guest of Miss had not even a suggestion, liy this train?" She actually had her chcok almost 'Minnie Snapp timo Mnrjorie's temper had evaporat- tno conductor growled, without loo.v Tho train-bowent right on auc- ed, Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty were against his shoulder, though she had he tioning his papers and ningazlnes, onlyand when some said: "if we could Ing up. stop at atlptoo to reach him. town for half an at Glen Dean Monday. poking them into tho laps of his curt indifference Jolted Mar- to poise nnd His dismay was changing to a bullprey. And they went right on talking hour," Bho said: "Maybe the conduc- jorlo a trifle, but she rallied her forces, The Misses Furrow, of Balltown, are tor would hold the train for us." ing rage, and tho conductor was a to one another and pushing his papers nnd came back with: "How long do the guest, of Mrs. Hattle Laslie. hardly think ho would." "I pitiable combination of Saint Anthony we atop at Ogden?" and magazines to the floor. Rev. E. B. Gatlin, of Louisville, "He looks like an awfully nlco man. and Tantalus. "I I'd love to oblige "Fivo minutes," very bluntly. "I think I'd better get off at his regular appointment here SunYou aslhlm." syrup on her you," ho mumbled, "but It would bo ns Marjorlo poured maplo and tnke the noxt train back. "Oh", whaFs" tho use?" much as my Job's worth." day. tone, as she purred: "This train of That's Just what I'll do. Nothing, "How much Is that?" Marjcrlc Marjorlo was getting tired of deMrs. Sarah Elmore has returned thank you I" this last to the train-bo- pending on this charming young man yours Is an awfully fast train, isn't asked, and added reassuringly, "i.. It?" home after a visit with her son, Silaj with tho very bnd luck. She decided j you lost your Job I'm suro my father "Sort of," said tho conductor, with Elmore, near Tar Fork. "But you can't lenvo mo Hko this," to assume command uerseir. Sho got you a better one." Mallory urged excitedly, with a side took recourse naturally to the orig- Just a trace of thaw. What lollowed would Miss, Myra Bruner, of Garfield, is the "Maybe," said tho conductor, "but for the glanco of "No. no!" to the . inal feminine methods: "I'll take care made, him hold his breath, actually I got this one." gutst of her sister, Mrs. Ruby Davis. "I can, nnd I must, and I will," e of him," she said, with resolution. "A outrageous little hussy was his rolling eyes caught sight Estill Frank tpent Sunday at SamInsisted. "I'll go pack my things woman can get a man to do almost saying: "Tho company must havo a of Thensupposed husband gesticulating the ple. great deal of conlldence In you to ennnythlng If sho flirts a littlo with ac1 trust tho lives and welfare of so many wildly and evidently clearing foryour "StkT. Marjorle, listen to me." Mrs. Minnie Frank and baby and him." v, .' tion. He Avarned Marjorle: "Say, ita '""" " peoplo to your presence or mind and " "Will you let me alone!" This to ', "Marjorle!" brother, George Day, left Monday to Is motioning at you." husband "Now, don't you mind anything I courage." Jho gadfly, but to Mallory a dejoctcd "Don't mind him," Marjorle urged, join the former's husband, Mr. Frank, "Well, of courso, I can't say ns to Avai!i- ,- "I II Just Remembered, i " Even Mallory could seo that "Just listen to me. I imploro you. at Hickory Ridge, Arkansas. that haven't nnythingTo pack' JtJS&to I " Seeing that ho was still resistMiss Miller, of Cloverport, came Sun"And you'll hnvo to gjve back thai do. Remember, it's all for love of tho man's reserve was melting fast as ing, sho played her last card, and, Marjorlo went on with relentless crying, wnUt to Mrs. Tompfo. You can't get you even If I have to kiss him." my pray- - day night to be the guest of MissRessie "Oh, you can't resist "Marjorle, I wonjt permit' treacle: oft ht Ogdon without a waist." ova an primllv elm thrnw hor firmfj Shrewsbury. "You havo no righT'to boss firemen, "Talk about so diors and ; "I'll go anyway. I want to get sQbb Mrs. Tati, of Kirk, was here Sunday You subside." She gave him the nnd I think It takes a - home." want to brcak heart? visitiug her daughter, Mrs. Will Jolly. ,n "Marjorlo, if you talk that way I'll merest touch, but ho tell backward braver man than any of thoso to bo. Maory fh6 scen0 am3 Into a chair, utterly aghast at tho a conductor really. . throw you off the train!" t. V.U1.UUHU., VV.......Q ...... -. - ... n.M!.Hnri..'l.nrm "Well, it is a kind of a responslblo l.V Buy it now. She gasped. He explained: "I shameless siren into which desperaChamberlain's Colic, loose, retreated, gasping,. "No! and 1 wasn't talking to you; I was trying tion had altered the timid little thing Job." The conductor swelled his chest don't want your husband to break my Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is alto stop this rhonograph." Then ho he thought he had choron to love. He a littlo at that, and Marjorle felt that head." most certain to be needed before the rose, and laid violent hands on tho was being rapidly Initiated Into tho he was already hers. She hammered Mallory dragged Marjorle away, but summer is over. Buy it now and be annoyer, shoved him to tho corridor, complex and versatile and fearfully the weak spot in his armor: little list at the con- prepared for such an emergency. For Qlimilfl BJ1V It In sho shook her nnennnclhlnl seized his bundle or pnpers from his wonderful thing a woman really is, ductor, crying: "Do you refuse? Do sale by all dealers. and he was saying to himself, "Whnt Mr Mallory is a soldier, but soldiers arm, and hurled them nt his head. have I married?" forgetting, for tho are such ferocious, destructive peo- you dare refuse?" conductor abjectThoy fell In a shower about tho "I've got to," tho moment, that he had not mnrried her ple, while conductors save lives, t.nd who could only feel n cerly Insisted. If I wero only a man I think it tain respect for the ono man who had yet, and that therein lay tho whole Marjorle blazed with "fury and the would bo my greatest ambition to bo siren became a Scylla. "Then I'll seo over treated htm as ho knew ho de- trouble. a conductor especially on an over- that my father gets you discharged. served. Ho bent to pick up his scatCHAPTER XXVI. land express." tered merchandise, and when he had If you dare to speak to mo agnln, I'll Mr. mid Mrs. Morgan Chappell spent gathered his stock together, put his Tho conductor told the truth whea order my husband to throw you off from Friday until Sunday with their Delilah and the Conductor.-- ' ho confessed: "Well, I never heard head In, and sang out a sincere: To think of being rofused Liko the best of women and tho it put just that way." Then ho spoko this train. little favor by a mere con- son, Cm It, it Weldou. n simple f, Excuse mo." Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ormdnff, WebBut Mallory did not hear him, ho worst of men, Marjorlo wns perfectly with a little more prldo, hoping to in- ductor! of a stupid old emigrant was excitedly trying to calm the ex- willing to do ovil, that good might crease tho impression ho felt he was train!! of nil things!!!" ster, was a Henry C oilman's Sunday Inon making: "The main thing, of course, cited girl, who. having olopod with como of .It. She advanced ladythe Then she hurled herself into a chair afternoon. from him, was preparing now to elopo back nocent conductor, as the up to Sam- is to get my train through On Timo!" and pounded her heels on tho floor Mr. and Mrs C. I. Avitt Hnd Mrs. Sorek must havo sidled This wns a facer. He wa8 going to without him. a tantrum that paralyzed Mallory. f. C. A'giibight, Lodil son, coquetting with one arch hand get his train through On Timo just in irg, 'pent Sun"Darling, you cun't dosort mo now," tho conductor tapped hlra on the day Ht Mrs Tno'iiHS Hull's, nnd snipping the shears with the to oblige Marjorle. Sho stammered: Even ho pVadod, "and leave me to go on shoulder and said: "You havomysyra. othor. "I don't supposo the trnln, by nny pathy." nlone?" Mrs. CorrfBe Knott nnd baby are Tho Btupolled Mallory saw Mar- nccldont, would bo delayed In leaving "Well, why don't you do someHpeiidti'g this week with her mother jorlo in a startling imitation or her- Ogden?" . thing?" sho retortod, In equal To be Continued u8i XJi ion Star. "Not if I can help It," tho hero wero a man, and I self nt hor sweetest; only now it was "If had tho girl I loved on a train. I'd brazen mimicry, yot how like! Sho averred, to reassure her. get her married If I had to wreck went forward as tho shyest young "I wish it would," Marjorlo murtho " she caught her broath, paused thing in tho world, pursed her lips In- mured. Tho conductor looked aj her In sura second in intenso thought, and to an ecstatic simper, and began on tho unsuspectiug otilcial: prise: "Why, what's it to you?" Sho then, with BUdden radiance, crli-d"Isnt tho country perfectly '' "Harry dear'" turned hor eyes on him nt full candlo Yp but I'm eettiuu used to It.' power, and smiled: "Yta. lovcJ" "Oh. I Just wanted to do a littlo ' '".".'.l' " :j"' I,.,', ,'i, i. To solicit subscriptions and present our various Clubbing, shopping there." Magazine, Map and Book Offers with &? "Shopping! Whllo the train waits! &) Excuso me!" l1 "You see," Marjorlo fluttered, "by a Y " 'j j2iSL3liisHBliisfasis2. .SJCTrfHlr jjff4m I sad mistake, my baggage Isn't on tho sbhsmbw VftnsWL train. And I haven't any any l Monday, Wednesday, Friday, really need to buy Bomo some things very badly. It's awfully embarrassing three times every week, almost a daily, to be without thorn." "I can Imaglue," thg conductor A "Why don't you and your mumbled. husband drop off and tako tho next train?'" With- your own conveyance, you can work all the rural "My hush Mr. Mallory has to be routes and small towns and rural communities in your- sec- In San Francisco by tomorrow night. Ho Just has to!" "So have I." "But to oblige me? To save me from distress don't you think you could?" Llko a sweet littlo child Bhe twisted one of tho brass buttons on Can be made on this splendid proposition. hla coat sleeve, and wheedled: "Don't you think you might hold the train If you will write at once, you may be first in your field just a little tiny half hour?" and secure bg orders. Write for an outfit today,, All ig ants' He was sorry, but he didn't see bow supplies arc furnished frae. Give good references. ho could. Then bbo took his breath away agala, by asking, out of a clear sky: "Are you married?" TRl-WEEKHe wag as awkward m if she bad LMnataMiMiBtMnBflWBiaBMn (or 'l proposed to blw, she aiwwered I ll III I ATLANTA, GEORGIA him: "Ota, but f cowm you are. The so she MARjopia AKa hold conductor womea wouldn't let a biff, handsome, CAN SHOP. h vi.--i-h,l5JJftV- well" her: "Let's wreck the train I" "I don't follow you, sweetheart." "Don't you we?" she began excited ly, "When there are train wrecks a lot of people get killed, and things A minister always turns up to administer tho last something or other YEARS OF MISERY CHURCH HALF A MILLION PEOPLE -i DIRECTORY Clsverport Churches Baptist Church Pant I t Sumlny Pcliool. di.TO n. m. C. K. LlRhtfoot, euperlnteiidrnt. Prnyor Me rtlnit Wednesday 7 80 p. fa, Puptlot Aid; Society Society meets Monday after Second 8unday, every month. Mrs. A. I. Bklllman, President PKBChlnn every Second nnd Pourih tjundy Kot. E. O. Cornell. I'm tor. How Mrs. Bethune was Rstored to Health by Lydia Will Sin "Star Spangled Banner" at Climax of Cadillaqua Water Fete, July 22-2- 7, In Detroit When Immense Bombs Are Fired Into the Air, Releasing" Millions of Stars, Forming American Flag. riethodlst Church Ira 1), nehyn. Supcrlntu.drm. Preaching every Sunday nt ll a.m. Hnd 7:M p.m. Kraiik Lewfi Pumnr. rrnyer mretiiiK Wednesday, 7:90 p. pi. Kpworth League, riRulariervlce Sunday '! p, mi buslm-- mreilrg first Tuewlay night each month. JIIks Ulnrgarlte Hum, President. I.ndlth Aid odeiy meets flrai Monday each month Mrs. Forrest Light foot President. Ladles' Missionary Sorlcty m els Second Sunday In wcty month. Mrs. Vligll Itahbage, Presloent Choir practice Friday night 7:20, A, II .Murray. Dliector. s MethodUt Sunday School. I:30a. m. Hl man-like- wur' i ,.,, r trnln-butchc- r, r pll'' Presbyterian Church l'rrslivtprlnn Htinrtnt, CM...! n., n ... rVinrnrl Kit.... I Unm.i,H.hMj.M. ti ...i.i.. every Third Sunday, rtev. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetltgTu.FdHy. 7:20p m Ladles' Aid Society meets WedrtfCay after Third Piudsy every month, mra Chns.Satterfleld, President, e. aHBBBI :!' iHgv i'jMi h- - Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mass.?crmon, and Ilered ctlon, 0:00 n. m.. oihf r thne m On week days Mars n. m. Catechetical Instruction for t he at 7f0 children on Saturdays nt8:0 a. m , nr.d on Sun dnysnt0:30a. m. nnd 3:30 p.m. 4 train-butche- p , t court-martiale- d. mils-anc- orgnn-grlndcr- "-- Mrs, train-boy'- s nm.w school. Mrs. Chester Chnnnell oml rlillilri.ii Henry Cnshmnn returned home Intl Wednesday from Brazil, Ind., where he bad been tn attend the fnnrml rf Ma little nephew, Win. Ray Caihman. School will onen here Mnmlaiv Tn1 23 with Mrs. Vic Oren 'uff ( nee Mlsa Daisy Hurl) WebMer. as tenclier. Sin-conns to ur highly recommended nnd we trust encli nutnl mul rwwnt will An their best in helping liei to have n good ) Irvlngton, Hre visiting relatives here. fash-Ions!- heie Sunday. Renftonud Rhodn Knott were in Thursday. HrTtlian ClHVCr.nib. Pnvnevlll. una Og-den?- " DR. H. J. BOONE s? y Mai-lory- 's Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m, Dentist Permanent fill-e- d Og-de- Cloverport. Ky. - y. Don't Forget When train-boy- Mar-Jori- INSURING Unit you can bo robbed ns well v - as 3'our property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. Wo write all form of Burslur Insurance. M mo-y- et. life-saver- s! ,, Fire, Tornado, Plate l& J- .- Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgages and other written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. T j Leal Papers train-butche- r, .. FV" Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. 1 Dentist Irvington, Kentucky cziiorzz)crolfci3ocz2)o" BALL Livery, : We Want Good Agents THE TRI-WEEKL- " " '", & MILLER CONSTITUTION Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Only $1.00 Year Hardinsburg, : Ky l2JEOlLgj0lSoEf OVER - 3bV $5.00 io $7.50 Per Day HllflllllBM 68 YEARS EXPERIENCE ' THE LY CONSTITUTION Trade Marks Designs Ciuvbuiutb vwirone lending a tteicQ Slid dMorlMbxiiww Qtilcklr iMcarUln our oiilnlon fra WkvM llirtiitlan Uprobkblr PtttwitmbltL Cuwuu tloinKriotlrcoiiBJeiitlul. HANOUOt ouFaauta Mt t rw, Uldwt uencx tut Mtuortoff mImSt fal tuti4, Ittaout obni, u t& M--f Vf II , , ths to the train .RSf!!J? "!???!? uf fttiv adMitiao MKmuic rimcncai. l.urtiui ar i louriuonllM,l. Uuia brail "" ."? rHdaaiT. ti Ur- -t etr. i . rnn. ndiU kzav slant Hke you wuaw L LOWER TARIFF t - IFAniNH Contlnue'l (ruin PINK purff 2 H h ft- terms or ntiHOliito keciirlty lb tho public and of complete protection from tho misuse of the power that wealth glvea to those who possess It. Wo condemn tho present method of bo effected. depositing government funds In n few Conclusion. favored banks, lnrgely situated or Our platform is ono of principles controlled by Wall street In return for which wo bcllovo to bo oisentlal to political favors, and wo pledge our our national welfare Our plcdgos aro for their departy to provldo made to be kept when in office, as posit by competitive bidding, tho well as relied upon during tho camcountry, banking Institutions of tho paign, nnd wo Invito the national nnd otate, without discriminof all citizens, regardless of party, locality, upon approved ation as to who believe In maintaining unimsecurities and subject to call by the paired tho Institutions nnd traditions government. of our country. Rural Credits. Of equal importance with tho ques tion of currency reform Is tho quesCLOVERPORT PROOF tion of mral credits or agricultural Theroforo wo recommend finance. that an investigation of agricultural crodlt societies in foreign countries Should Convince Every Clover-por- t bo made so that It may bo ascertained Reader. whether a system of rural credits may bo devised suitable to conditions In tho United States, and wo also The frank statement of a neighbor, favor legislation permitting national telling the merits of a remedy, proportion banks to loan a reasonablo Bids you pause and believe of their funds on real estato security. Wo recognlzo tho valuo of vocationThe same endorsement al education and urge federal approBy some stranger far away priations for such training and extenCommands no belief at all. sion teaching In agricultural Here's a Cioverport case. with the several states. A Cioverport citizen testifies. Waterways. Kead and be cunvinccd. Wo renew tho declaration in ou Price liraham, carpenter, Cioverport, rolating to the conservaLaw Reform. last platform We rcoognlzo tho urgent need of Ky., says: ' Some years ago I publicly tion of our national resourcos and the development of our waterways. Tho reform In the administration of civil recommended Doan's Kidney Pills and present devastation of the lower Mis- and criminal law In tho United States j now I am glad to say that I have not sissippi valley accentuates tho move- and we recommend tho enactment of been bothered for the past year or ment for the regulation of river flow such legislation and the promotion of two by kidney trouble. Sometimes I by additional bank and levee protec- such measures as will rid the present have n little difficulty with the klduey tion below, and the diversion, storage legal system of the delays, oxpenso passages being scanty, nnd control of tho flood waters above and uncertainties incident to the sys- secretions, the but Doan's Kidney Pills, which I get and their utilization for beneficial tem as now administered. at Fisher's Drug Store, quickly cure purposes In tho reclamation of arid . The Philippines. and, swamp lands and tho developWo reaffirm tho position thrice an- me. You arc at liberty to publish my ment of water power, Instead of per- nounced by the Democracy In national endorsement of this remedy." ' iled by administrative regulations convention assembled against a policy For sale by all dealers. Price CO which amount to a withdrawal of of Imperialism and colonial exploita- cents. u Co., Buffalo, great areas of the senate from settle- tion In the Philippines or elsewhere. New York, sole agents for the United ment. We condemn tho experiment In ImImmediate action should be taken perialism as an Inexcusable blunder Mutts. Remember the name Doan'b and by congress to make available tho which haa Involved us In enormous and valuable coal deposits of expense, brought us wenkness Instead take no other. vast Alaska under conditions that will bo of strength and laid our nation open a perfect guarnnty against their fall- to the charge of abandonment of the Perry Victory Centennial ing into tho hands of monopolizing fundamental doctrine of corporations, associations or inter-We favor an Immediate declaAt Louisville, 1913. sts. ration of tho nation's purpose to rec? We rejoice in tho inheritance of ognlzo the Independence of the PhilOne dozen cities will act the part of mineral resources unequaled in ex- ippine Islands as soon as a Btable govtent, Variety or value, and In the de ernment can be established, such in- host in the shifting scenes of the Cenvelopment of a mining Industry un- dependence to be guaranteed by us tennial Celebration of the Victory of equaled in its magnitude and lmpor- - until the neutralization of the islands Commodore Perry on Lake Erie. On tance. We honor the men who, in can be secured by treaty with other the actual scene of the victory a mon cost nearly million ot their hazardous toil underground, powers, tn recognizing the Independ- ument to be erected toathe memoryuol of lars will daily risk their lives in extracting and of the Philippines, our govern' preparing for our use the products of ence should retain such land as may Perry The series of celebrations will ment include other memorable engagements the mine, so essential to the indus- ue necessary for coaling stations and of the War of 1812. The celebration wilt open iu one of the Lake cities, tries, the commerce and tho comfort which has not yet been selected, Iuly of the people of this country. And naval bases. Arizona and New Mexico. 1, lgl-'i- , aud from week to week the we pledge ourselves to tho extension We welcome Arizona and Now Mex- scer.e will shift until the last week of of the work of the bureau of mine3 to the sisterhood of states and October, the closing week, whicn will in every way appropriate for national ico heartily congratulate them upon their be celebrated in the cltv of Louisville. legislation with a view of safeguardgreat and The Interstate Commissions having ing the lives of the miners, lessening auspicious beginning of the celebrations in charge paid Louis glorious careers. the waste of essential resources, and v He a signal compliment in designatAlaska. protecting the economical developing it for the closing week, during We demand for the people of Alas- which will fall the Centennial Annment of mining, which, along with agriculture, must In the future, even ka the full enjoyment of the rights iversary of the Battle of the Thames. more than in the past, servo as tho and privileges of a territorial form of The exact nature of the celebration in Very foundation of our national pros- government, and we believe that the ? perity and welfare and our Interna- officials appointed to administer tho Louisville, as well as in the Lnke citgovernment of all our territories and ies has not yet been decided upon, tional commerce. tho District of Columbia should be but it will in all likelihood include a Agriculture. qualified by previous bonaflde resi- river pageant lasting the entire week, fcr We believe in encouraging tho deand will probaoly be the only city velopment of a modern system ot dence. The Russian Treaty. 'which will reproduce the Battle of agriculturo and a systematic effort to We commend the patriotism of the improve the conditions of trade in Lake Krie aud other 1812 War scenes Democratic members of the Senate farm products so as to benefit both Representatives which ir. fire works, so .the Louisville celetho consumers and producers. And and House of compelled tho termination of the Ru- bration will be distinctively different as an efficient means to this end, we treaty of 1832, and wo pledge from ihe other eleven celebrations in favor the enactment by congress ol ssian ourselves anew to preserve the sacred the Northern cities legislation that will suppress the percitizenship at It is expected that tho Lculsville nicious practice of gambling In agri- rights of American treaty should rehomo and broad. No celebration will attract a quarter of a cultural products by organized exceive tho sanction of our government million people to Louisville during the changes or others.. which does not recognize that equalMerchant Marine. ity of all of our citizens, Irrespective week The details of the Louisville ar We believe In fostering, by consti- of race or creed, and which does not jrangements will shape themselves tutional regulation of commerce, the expressly guarantee the fundamental largely from the historic part that growth of a merchant marine, which right of expatriation. Kentucky took in that war, after wrest shall develop and strengthen the comTho constitutional rights of Ameri- injr tho great Northwestern territory, mercial ties which bind us to our sis- can citizens should protect them on 'a generation before, from the hostile ter republics of tho south, but with- our borders and go with them through- French and more than hostile Indians, out imposing additional burdens upon out tlo world and every American cititho people and without bounties or zen residing or having property in and having seen it carved into the subsidies from tho public treasury. any foreign country Is entitled to and States of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, MichWe urge upon congress the Bpeedy must bo given the full protection of igan and Wisconsin. l Kentucky responded ncbly to the enactment of laws for the greater se- the United States government, both curity of life and property at sea, and for himself and his; property. ai was wail iu aims wmbii iuu suuitu we favor the repeal of all laws, "and declared against Great Bntian One Parcels Post and Rural Delivery. the abrogation of so much of our We favor the establishment ot a fourth of her men of soldier age vol treaties with other nations, as provide parcels post or postal express and also unteered for strvlce, Henry Clay for tho arrest and imprisonment of tho extension of the rural delivery forced a declaration of war, and by seamen charged with dosertjon, or system as rapidly as practicable. his consummate skill, after the close of with violation of their contract of Panama Canal Exposition. the war. contributed more than anv service. We hereby express our deep Interman to secure peace. Of the 1,846 Such laws and treaties aro est lu tho great Panama Canal Expo- one and violate tho spirit, if not sition to be hold In San Francisco In soldiers who were killed during that tho letter, of tho Constitution of the 1915, and favor such encouragement entire war, Kentucky furnished more United States. than 1,'JOO, or about 63 per cent. as can be properly given, Wo favor the exemption from tolls The earlv stages of the war hod. Protection of National Uniform. io American shtos. pneripd In mast- We commend to tho several states been signalized by a series of unbroken the adoption of a law making It an victories Chained Lightning. offenso for tho proprietors ot pluces of public amusement and entortaln-men- t to discriminate against tha uniif Trip To Niagara Falls. form of tho United States Blmllar to the law passed by Congress applicaI. C. Crutcher, of Webjter, Ky , will ble to tho District of Columbiiw.and mak his blxth annual trip to Niagara the territories In 1911. Pensions. Falls and Toronto, Canada, on August We renew the declaration cf our 6th. The low ratu ot $10 00 from Louplatform relating to a generous isville pays your round trip, railroad ef WHJRBON POULTRY CURE last pension policy. fate, hotel bills, street car fare, down a chick's throat curies Rule of the People. few droj)8 in rideb, bteumer fare, tickets for Sajwj. A water cures to and We call attention to the fact that cMm trlns. .In tacr alt- necessarv exnen- prevents cnoleru, diarrhoea .. -- . j and other culck diseases. Ona the Democratic party's demand for a t., ...r, ces of the trip from the lima we leave 60c bottle makes IS gallons of return to the rulo of tho people ex ledlclue At all druggists, preeeed in the national pktfwwi four Louhville until we return to Louis sample and booklet on "DU ville, except sleepers a ad meals ou aaeuof Fowl" utnt PR1CB. Was mow becawM the ysrs 8wb0A Ra4r C. UiiittM, !r iaptod 4oetrlo ef a laiff Majority el tfitSn. Two days aud rvltfhts at th V wwi renOeyl tfc Fall, awl (mm day lu Toronto, Caaada. By IRVINGTON PHARMACY. f jt8H,Ky Um eUfiurft. by-law- s wTICtnMV pftMtng through the ran-aa canal. We also favor legislation forbidding the Hue of the Panama canal by ships owned or controlled by railroad carriers engaged In transportation competitive with the canal. Pure Food and Public Health. We reaffirm our previous declarations advocating tho union and strengthening of the various govern mental agencies relating to puro foods, quarantine, vital statistics and human health. Thus united and administered without partiality to or discrimination against any school of medicine or system of healing, they would constitute n single health service, not subordinated to any commercial or financial Interests, but devoted exclusively to vtho conservation of human life and efficiency. Moreover, this health service should with tho health agencies of our various states nnd cities, without Interference with their prerogatives or with the freedom of individuals to omploy such medical or hygienic aid as they may seo fit. Civil Service Law. Tho law pertaining to tho civil service should be honestly and rigidly enforced to the end that morlt and ability sh6uld ba the standard of appointment nnd promotion rather than service 'rendered to a political party, and we favor a reorganization of tho civil service with adequate compensation commensurato with tho clnss of work performed for all ofllcers and we also favor tho oxtenslon to nil classes of civil service employes of tho benefits of the provisions of the employers' liability law; we also recognize tho right of direct petition to congress by employes for the redress of grievances. country that only by a larger exercise of the reserved power of the people can they protect themselves from the misuse of delegated power and the usurpation of governmental Instrumentalities by special Interests. For ttys reason the national convention insisted on the; overthrow ot Cannonlsm and the inauguration of a system by which United States senators could be elected by direct voto. Tho Democratic party offers itself to the country as an agency through which tho completo overthrow and cxterpatlon of corruption, fraud and machlno rulo in American politics can nra: MEANS BMr i Buy Land and Make Money. Your easiest way to make money is to buy land in Hreokenride; county. Western lurid ha had ltd day. Old Kentucky is the idenl spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, nnd pood, long life. Hrcckinridgo county lias better and cheaper facilities for- reaching the markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. Tho people aro prosperous and land is cheap. Now Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in id your time to buy. tho last ton years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while tho start U cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, writo your name and address and wo will keep you iu touch with our bargains. - Great System Perfected by M. Soycr, Famous London Chef. ECONOMY IN tWAlrlV FOOD. Foster-Milbur- t. i I I all things, from postage to politics, has no moro valiant helper than M. Soyer's system of pnpor bag. cooking. Roasts which hnvo a knack of shrinking horribly In tho pan como out of pnpor bags almost tho nlzo which they camo from tho butcher, nnd possessed of their full food value. They will hnvo been cooked In vapors of their own cssenco tho best part The Hreokenridge News his a customer for a small, well of them will not hnvo run out, to dry farm, good hind near a goo I .school; ut once; $2,000 to on tho pan bottom, nnd smell most appotlzlngly, but bo in largo mcasuro $o,uuu cnsii to pay. lost to tho palnto. Thcro will bo gravy in tho bag, to bo Buro gravy No. 1. A Fine home Farm IMn O Two tr,icts-IO- O acre In one and a:rei in mo other; J(W Acres 1 It mll s from Ii Vinson, mi runij '"' from lliiMlnshurg; 134 acres lo- 3 fit for a king. 100 acres Good frutno dwelling; j roumi utul cated 3 mllii Minimi; miles from H mile of Klmtswood In case ot fish, tho results aro oven route vernndni rooi! harn 30x5os tuiiuni college Iioumj; 137 iicrt" under plow; IOOiicuh knishs bettor. wastes n fifth, 25 woll watered. cIihtii iirxi nrrt'H in tlmlM-locatnj on tho railroad a fourth, sometimes even a third of (joihIs. 3. to 10 ImilieN corn and 1201 pounds IMn ' 10 H m" from W'jlMir. good tohucco tn Hero. Uood clover land Iiivb wuvy andcrlb, reasonably uoodhouso; woll burn fish. a water- U) luvol locution and In ono il, outlet on every side 1'nrtlon of I! L. Vegetables also tasto hotter, and li"it ncliililiorhiMxJHIdeal tlio county of tlio Kurt, In Prlco farm l'rlco$3.0P0 aro better, for bag cooking. Bag $1,200; cash Terms on hiiiiim-.100 ucrix :i mill's fn m cooking preserves In them their es- Mn railroad. Sin I? va acres, good and luvei lunu, good barn; all land cleared, well iioar j.uiijiU'ionomllt'froiu.scliooi- sential salts, which boiling takes llOUfcl!. located; 3 mlies from Irvington. Price W.3C0 away. rVr 3 1(w acres I mllo from Kktou, Alundo In a Bocauso all manner of seasoning is MU,U county; i milo of pillule school, 1 Nn f m 250 acres lyinginn hullvalley: s room dnrnlllnir tStjinii houses, largo tolt.icco b.iru ; 2H miles South thus consorved and driven into tho mtltiKruded school, ttood land miio rrotu food caro must be takon to uso sea- ISIn A Uood Stock Turin. IKi acres; well oi ivirK,near barn; on M'.nool well watered, a Iturnlltouto. improved dwelling; stock burn. springs soning lightly. Grows wheat, tobacco, com, clover, niM liWiicrrS, ItK) level; all can oo ISIn Hero Is a way of using up cold din- gritss. 13 miles from Irvlnttton. on rural nu. cultlvitod; route. Tills laud Isallttlti rollltu' but docs feedbirns. bl lolncco 3 good 3 dwellings; 2 ner meat that henrty children will lot wash. Prlco right J no. II. Ualibagu, barn; mlies from Sample. Earn terms. relish, and oven the man ot tho houso Cioverport. Ky not disdain. Cut tho meat hi slices, rvln e Beautifully located one mllo f r jm Nn I S ,;s ' Utle Kast of Glen w a Hvu practically r neither too thick nor too thin, and as a level land, town. 100 ucruirkod fencing. Mill, waterodMean; good, strong lime stone by wells and springs, on good unlmurove.i; broad as possible, butter them, sprin- Ideal spot for dairy farm. Price reasonablo. county road, near good school and churches. New ioU.ie.co bam co .t ?l,200, 3 stock barns, kle them well with salted flour, and Wrlto .1 no, ii It bliitgu. Cioverport. Ky. good tenant Ii uso.i, Hue clover and grass i, land. a very little pepper. Lay In a well- - ISIn C 1US acres located near DuUes, Prlco f(l,100. cock plow greased bag, sldo by Bide, then place 8 ucres timber; county; 120 acres under fruit; well watered; plenty of acres located mllo north ot ISIn IU upon each a tomato, peeled, hollowed Croum dwelling; barn 40.x(iu; 40 a.;res level, 11U. In H McQuady Prlco 2,0J0. H cash hum com. out, dusted Inside with sugar, salt rist rolling. Good It Is ufor tuhacco SI, 800, balance In yearly payments. wheat and clover. bargain at and pepper, then Btuffcd. Boiled rice 3t)0cush, paluncu onsy payments ISIn Is a good stuffing, so is cooked maca- - Mn nu. I1 7 3'!i acres located near Irvington This Is ono of the best farms In 12o acres mile South of ISockvale, good level land, 4 room dwelling that suction. Under burn stateof chili vat lm ronl or spaghetti cut small. Bread kwell Improved; good orchard; well watered; tiouse aud necessiry outbuildings. crumbs fried brown nro likewise tenant houso and church In 3j0 yards. Price an Ideal. place. Prlco tlO.000; ' cash, b ilanca ."Cliool on easy payments tasty. Season the stufilng well and jl.uSOcash. mix through it all the snippets and (Vtpj O 74 acres. 3 m les from Kirk, dwell-nu ingltf itory 6 rooms a.i porcli. Sin IR 2'li) acres 4M mlies from llardlua--i county well Improvtrimmings of tho meat. Uso either good well, small tenant house, good barn and ed; j, i utheimrg. farms Inmi it;county. ono of the boit Prlca butter, bacon, or cold belled pork, aud .stable, goud orchard. J1.000. ' well minced, to enrich tho stufilng. Scatter between tho tomatoes tho ,,or l,1J acres four mllen from well 7 scoonlngs from their insldes. Placo S3 yVJJ s,j we ; good youngrvlnvrtui:; good C'ituuu Uleudeane, 3 miles rnllestwestof watered : lay orchard from branch In bag, seal It, and cook In a hot timber; on rural route; school rmuso few yards raliro id; all fresh land; 100 acres in cultivfron house: Improvements; go d four room ation;) acres In grass; will produce the best ov,en about twelve minutes. melllng with kitchen on back porch: corn, wheat and tohicco la neighborhood; Quick Potatoes. Take a large white giKni birns; li rn and tenent house and tin plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwellcls- ing; lo,; tnu and hen i potatoo for each person to bo fed. le'ii liacx iuwill lleiu; iue it pay metus; house; irood stable; 3 tub icco ro.ims and sldo room; ellonemy plenty woodshed; barns; 3 tenant houses. Peel, slice thin, drop In cold water of s n .11 fruit. Further particulars address P'Oiity of goii timber for farm purposes; good land to clear. Prlco J 1,000 H cash. no 0 llabbige, Cioverport, Ky. for five minutes, then. drain, sprlnklo J with salt and popper, and pack combag, adding pactly In a .a tablcspoonful of stock or milk and water, for each two potatoes. Seal, and cook twenty minutes. Boiled po tatoes can be used, and take only half as long. Baked Apples. Wash well, but do A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED not peel, cut out specks and bruises, LOUISVILLE, KY. core, fill the bottom of tho which with a lump of bu.tter, over pile sugar, and add a bit of cinnamon. Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live A clove stuck in tho side may take Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. tho place of tho cinnamon. Seal a well greased bag, and bake eighteen to twenty minutes In a fairly SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: hot oven. Servo with sugar and cream CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS or a hard sauce. 50 MAILED THE lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated Literary Press.) By Martha McCulloch Williams. Economy, which is now tho cry In Wanted Small Farm - fl Pan-cookin- g " nj, ';" I it " Hati-vv- ! 1 ' I u' I ! l(l dwo-llng- , well-grease- d The Kentucky Farmer core-spac- o in-sl- A PAPER COOKED LUNCHEON. BAG BRIDGE By Nicholas Soyer, t Chef of Brooks' Club, London. THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the obiest and best equipped staff of writers and contributor of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from u scientific and cconagv teal standpoint. IL Broiled Chicken. Asparagus. Mushrooms. Celery. Radishes. Olives. Pudding a la Mayence. Choeso. Crackers. Black Coffee. Split the chicken Broiled Chicken. down tho middle of tho back, spread Hat, and put a skower In each side to prevent it from curling. Beat up a very fresh egg, with a pinch of salt, black pepper to taste, an ounco of FOU A LIMITED TIM- E- The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND Iu rcnowinjr, State whether you want Tho Kentucky Farmer I J I I , melted butter, a toaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce or something similar, and a teaspoonful of mado mustard. Mix well. "With a brush glazo tho chicken with tho mixture. Place In a greased bag with bread crumbs around and over it. Be careful that tho skowers do not tear tho bag. Seal up tight and cook thirty-flv- o to forty minutes in a very hot Peal and wash the mushrooms, brush them lightly over with melted butter, dust with salt and peppor, and put Into a buttered bag with a lump of butter, a IU lo water, and a spoonful of lemon Juice or port or sherry wine. Seal tight and cook in a hot ovon twelve to twenty minutes. , Asparagus. Trim and scrape as for boiling, wash very clean. Tie In bundles and put into a buttered bag, with a 'llttlo salt and half a gill of to water. Seal and coojc thirty-llvforty minutes in a hot oven. Pudding a la Mayence. Rub half a pint of breadcrumbs through a flno wire sieve, add to them a tumblerful of wino and water, half an half, tho rind of a small lemon, washed, dried and grated, three heaped tablespoon-ful- s of powdered sugar, and an ounce of butter. Mix well, pour into a buttered soufllo dish, add tho beaten yolks ot two eggs, and tho strained Juice of tho lemon. Beat tho whites of tho eggs to a yery stiff froth, add powdered sugar to taste, and a pinch of salt. Color with a few drops of green spinach coloring, or palo pink with a little carmine or cochlnea, pile oh top, place la bag, put In a very moderate oven, and bake till the merlKgue is firmly set. (Copyrigkt, 1911, by Sturgia & Wat-te- a o One Year, $1 2"Send Subscriptions To Cioverport, Ky. will be sent to Prompt paving and Now Subscribers, both The Breckenridge News Apples In Meadb County. In Meade county, Kentucky, where land ii poor and cheap a farmer said to his wife: "Which would you rather, for me to take out a life insurance policy for I,500 or plant 1,500 apple treeb? She chose the apple orchard. It was set out and the trees yrew well but In a few years the farmer died. The next year the orchard came Into full bearing and the widow sold tho crop of apples for $1,500 on the trees. For a number of years since the crops of apples have brought her la from $500 to $800 ovon. Mushrooms. Mr. Williams Scalded. John D. Babbage was in Hawesviile Thursday and went to see Mr. Henderson Williams, who was so badly scalded, which happened as follows: Mr. Henderson Williams, manager nnd one of the owners of tho Hawes viile Water Wonts was badly scalded about the face, neck and shoulders early Tuesday morning while down in a dry well at his plant in that city. With him about the placo was a man nnmed Combs, who had charge of the work. Williams weut downkfor some purpose or other and while in the well, a flue In the boiler collapsed and escaping steam scalded him terribly. A rop was gotten down to him and he wu able to tie it about his waist when he was lifted out. A physician was caltod immediately and although he is able to talk, nis chances for recovery are Mid. to be I2nqulrr. 6light,--CanneltOn auto-tnohil- e r-- per year. The possibilities of apple culture in Meade and Brecken-ndu- e counties are greater than have any Idea of Cultivation, pruning, feeding the land and sprayiug the trees are needed as much In Kentucky as In Washington, the Ozarks, Virginia or elsewhere, but with proper attention no land vlll beat Kentucky in growlug apples. Etown Ken-tuckla- ns News. ae Cowpauy.) I Subscribe Now $3.50 Louisville Eventac Post and Breckenmae Mum ow yearfj.CK). t Itatrd ars at Llverniore an the guests To Ttaohtrs And Trustees. HARDIMSBURG of their brother, Dr. H. J. Beard R. A. Smith, of Stephensport, spent The proper medium for the settle Friday with Mrs. W B. Lennon ment ot controversies arising between Mr.' am) Mrs. Marvin Heard and son, Miss Frances Moorman was a visitor teachers and trustees is the county Kalph, have returned from Louisville. Vn town lat week. Many superintendent of school. Mrs. Warren May and son, James of Mr and Mrs. Dan Ilaynes are spend- teachets, trustees and citizens have a ! Anaconda, Mont., will leave for Braning a few days in Lcdtburg. cutotn of writing the State Superindenburg tomorrow after a visit to Mrs. Ky., 29, 1912. close of business Misse,s Ann Wunderllch and Ruby tendent of Public Instruction about May. Schoppenhor&t have returned to Louis- every little detail of school tianage Miss Alllo C Connor, of Louisville, ment. I have no objection to answerville after a visit to Miss Carrie Walls lias urrived to spend the summer with ing these inquiries and It is always a Mrs. Henry Trent spent Sunday In Mks Lucy C. Miller. pleasure to render assistance to any Irvington. Master Ralph Heard's many friends school official or citizen interested in Attorney Claude Mercer went to tho welfare of the school. These reare glad to know that he Is well after . Louisville last week and surprised his quests often state only one side of the having (tood nn operation. friends by bringing home a. new . . . question and it is impossible to give a . Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and daughter, It Is a five passenger car light- fair decision until we have heard both have returned from a visit to Stephens-por- t. ed by ' electricity. sides. In view of thete facts, I think it . . Misses Emma Lou Moorman and Nell wise and just for all trustees, teachers Mrs. P. P. Stum and children, of in town Satur- - and citizens to submit these questions Dempster wejo . . May Mndlsonville, are guests of Mrs. urday. first to the county superintendent. Miss Clara James Klncheloe, of Walla . Jeff Dillon spent Saturday with his When an opinion is needed, the county Walla, Wash , Is visiting her grandsuperintendent is the proper person to parents, Mr and Mrs. Patrick Dillon. parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. KlncheMessrs Arthur Heard. JefT Dillon and ask for an opinion from the state office. loe. Dr. H. E. Royalty spent Sunday In when this is done, he can give both Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hoard have gone Glen Dean as the guests of Misses sides of the question and the State to Cloverport for a visit to Mrs. Larkin Frances and Emma Lou Moorman and office can render an intelligent opinion Gibson. Strictly speaking, I hnve no authority Nell Dempster. to give nn opinion, except upon nn apT. C. Lewis, a jeweler for thirty Howard Hook made a trip to Union peal from the decision of the county years In Hnrdinsburg. Think of it. His ever act of this long time Is your guar- Star Sunday in his automobilo. superintendent or upon his request. I antee for fair and honest treatment. The members of St. Romauld's desire to make this appeal to all teach r for H. F church w II give a, picnic Saturday the ers and trustees, to submit your quesHerbert Hall, SOth. Heard & Co., is orton his vacation. tions first to the county superintendent, . Dave Walls, who is teaching school who is the proper person to decide all Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Potts spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. J. T. at Custer spent Saturday and Sunday questions of difference and doubt re. . . garding the schools of his county. at home. Smith. Yours very truly, Several members of the Baptist Miss Hoard, of Texas, Is visiting her . ., Harksdale Hamlett, and Mrs. Milton Sunday school are taking the Teacher's Judge Superintendent, July 1013, . Training Course. 5 Board, at Mrs. Eliza Taylor's. 1, and Mrs. Morris Heard have reMr. Louisville Evening Post Louisville Evening Post . . . . turned from an extended trip through and Hre'ckenridge News and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. the Hast, Mr. Heard having been a one year 3.50. delegate to the Democratic Convention. Dr. Board Happy. Jno. M. Skillman, Secretary of the Eighty-Fift- h Birthday. has returned from EmiFair Ass'n., We invite the careful attention of the prudent depositor to the details of this statement, to an investigation of nence. years of banking, the manner in which we have treated our patrons and the service we have triven our twenty-onDear John: Enclosed find check to Irvington, Julv 13. (Special) Sun' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Norton have day July I renew subscription to the News. them. We invite the small accounts as well as the lorgeones and have ample means to take care of the legitimate 7, the children, moved to Salvisa. of both large and small. We act as administrator, guardian, trustee and in every fiduciary capacity. Abso- want to congratulate you on your stand needs ' of Mrs. Elizaand Mrs. John M. Skillman and Master beth lute security and nccurate, painstaking service are the foundation of our business. This we guarantee to all our Hendiick gathered at the old for Wilson from the beginning. The Jno, Edwards spent the week end with home Very respectfully, Democrats of Kentucky were always patrons. to do honor to her eighty-fiftMrs. Alvin Skillman. birthday, their loved and venerated for Wilson if they had had u chance to PAUL COMPTON, Cashier Representatlvts Irvin Taylor tins gone to Ctuter to be parent. Mrs. Hendrlck is tile (laughter express themselves with his parents, Mr. undMrs. Alf Tay- of Mr. Elijah Ashcraft and was born at of special interest caused an instruclor for the summer. Mr. Taylor will Kearid and married on the place on tion to be given Clark under the cry of return when .school opens to take a post which she still lives. Mr. Ashcraft, her "Favorite Son" but when the "Man graduates' cour.se. ather, having the land from from Nebraska" threw a rock at the ington, visited Thos H. Payne Satur"hound dog" he went howling and day and Sunday. Mrs. Marvin Der is at home after a he government in that period when ISryan the this entire section was known as the limping from the fight visit to her parents at Koliti. Miss Leah Meador and Chas Clark- great Commoner, the great teacher, Birrens. The original house, which son, ot islg bprtug, attended me mis Mrs. Leslie Walker .ind children aie was detro)ed by fire twenty two years the great molder of public thought has sionary exercises here Sunday. the guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Jno. lleeltr ago, was constructed of buck made on saved the Democratic party from disinC. W. Robbins, oi Clifton Mills, was at Kirk. the farm. This lias since been replaced tegration mid it is a matter of much in the neighborhood on the 11th Dr. I. I'ulverman, optician, of Louisby a modern two story house. This personal pritle to mt to know that by ville, wiih kept biisy at Kincheloe's Mr. O. P. Paul, of Guston, after a farm has a distinction of wnich few his side stood Beckham aiding him so Drug Store Fiidav aild Saturday fur a.s his iiltimed instructions would two weeks visit to her daughter, Mr.s. farms in this secti-icm boast, that of Ka.sev, retimed home Sunday. tree ul charge. never having bet n in another fumiU 's allow The political game is not all Cnvtn Mrs. A. M. Klncheloe while making hands since it came from the govern- graft and greed, men cf piinciple and Mr. and Mr.s. C. II Drurv, went to tjnnHflgnm jam burned her hand severely. ment. Mrs Hendrick is the motner of genl s huV always been found at the Brandenburg Friday, returning Sunen.ie.s to riht the battles, of the people. day. Rev. . J. Willett and son, Dwighr, eight living cniUlrt.n, t t are holomg u tent meeting near Hell's Rev. Emmett Hardaway, of Southern and three great grand- A party led by Hryan, Wilson and school house. Iowa, is spending several weeks with children. Her chl'dten are: Garland Beckham will always win in the er.d. Your Friend, his mother, Mrs. Suan Hardaway. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norton and child- F. Hendrick, Mr.s Wm Simmons and Milton Board, ren, of Ilmma, Cal., are visitinv Mrs. Mrs. C G. Wylder, of Oklahoma; The all day Missionary meeting held Ky James A Hendrick, Dr T J. Hendrick. Louisville, A. A. Richardson, of Garfield. at the Baptist church Sunday was largely attended. Several ministers, and Miss Maud Smith, of Glen Dean, is Mrs. Betie MeCdl and Misses Hannah How To Keep Cool. and Lucile Hecdnck. There were four Miss Websier.of the Louisville Training Miss Mary O'Keilly's guest. present on her birthday: The exercises School, were present. Dr. J. C. Tucker, of McDaniels, was Mrs. HendricK. Mrs. McCall. Mrs. E. of the forenopn were tendered by wel A hot weatner schedule was laid down in town Friday on business. H Jolly and Eliz ibeth Claire Jolly. The.day by Dr. R. E Doolittle, acting trained children in the main. Rev. Jerry Lennon is holding a pro Mrs. Hendrick is active and well and chief of the Bureau of Chemistry and was much enjoyed by nil in attendance tracted meeting at Locust Hil'. A Picnic despite her years, personally superin Barbecue will be given by Here is how and a bouiitiiul dinner with plenty of Dr. Wiley. Mrs. W. H. Lennon and daughter, tends the cultivation of her farm of 240 successor to Camp No. 15,039, M. W. of A. in well: ice water was served. Dr. Doolittle says to keep cool and Lyddan Jennie C, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. acres and transacts ull her business. Rev. Winchell and Rev. Bowles are Above all things don't worry; don't Grove Roland Smith, at Stephensport. She was married in 1813 to Mr. Robert think how hot it is. Don't look at the conducting a series of meetings at the Mis. Nettie Phelps has returned to Hendrick, whodicdiu SOS thermometer every two minutes. Just Baptist church. h;r h me in Louisville. try to forget the weather and you will Dr Meador and wife, of Custer.came Mr. George Lwldan was in town Fribe surprised to find how much le:s you over Monday and spent the day with Notice day. n feel it. Mr 200 Yards Richard Carman and wife of Depot Alcoholic diinks, beer, gin or anyMr$. N inn'e Adki.sson spent a few continues to improve. aro thing like it should be avoided. A little days with Mtt. John Skillman last That resolutions of If you want to j )lu the Bout.Trip week. published at 5 ct i.tt? er Hup. ic water I find is not harmful; also party to Cincinnati on July 2.1th. call Misses Ilanrnth ai.d Judith Ellen Please do n t send obiiuaries to lemonade and auda fountain beverages. up or write C. H. Drury at once. in the tho News without expecting to The acids and sodaward off latter are Round Boat Trip $4 heat really beneficial to pay for tho publication of this Possibly one tiny drink, the kind that kind of matter. tickles in the glass, taken In the even WEBSTER. ing is all right Once a day is often enough to eat Ice on meat in hot weather never two or Ground The Misses Hill, of Owersboro, wno L three times. He sure, too, that any sped last week as the guests of Mrs. fish or sea foods are absolutely fresh. Payne and Mrs. Compton, returned LET. ALL COME AND ENJOY THE DAY They and stale milk cause typhoid. Ice home Sunday. Born to the wife of Prof Arthur Ater cream, too is not harmful. Miss Bessie Wadlington, of Hardint-burJuly 0, a girl, Helen Bjndy Moderation in all things, eating and MANAGERS: is the guest of Miss Mildred St. Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvington, was working, is imperative. Take a vaca J. V. ST. CLAIR M. LYDDAN the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater tion sure. If you can't be. sure your Clair. DR. T. J. HENDRICKS Miss Xannie Bill Carden entertained Sunday. wife does; she probably needs it more t" t ii t this, week deporting Everv man, though, to dinner Sunday a number of her W. II. Argabrlghth was the guest of than'vou do. twi ni -- li i! cunts or dollar ought to take a vacation. Vacations friends in honor of her guests from friends in Itvmgton Sunday. Fordsville lor nnr Christmas spending Mr. and Morgan Chappel, Mr and are good investments for any business attended the funeral of C. II Weather, Niagara Falls. money. Everybody would Miss Herman, of Louisville, is the holt here Wednesday. firm to give their employees Also loaf, Mrs. Chester Chappt-- were guests of enjoy' Christmas more if Mr and Mr.s, Carlt Chappel, of Ekron sleep and take it as easy as jou can all guest of Miss Mvrtle Lyddan. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schafer, of they had the cash to give tho Lovers of Nature will be glad to hear the time. Don't overtxert. Miss Marv Barr, of Owensboro, and x last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Meckert, of that Niagara trills that it takes money to I wear as light underwear as possible. Falls is safe until JanMrs. Brice, of Brandenburg, are guests Tell City; and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Alma Dutschke, of Louisville, Robt uary 1. ion The Burton buy. law, carrying of Mrs. Tom Lyddan. has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Boltiughouse,, of Cannelton, attended This will not only he bono-iifu- l Consult T. N. MeGlothlan for Mrs Mary Klncheloe and children, of the funeral of Chas. Weatnerholt Wed- out the provisions of the treaty between Ida Nottingham, for the past month. the Unlte.d States and Canada in teaching young peosubscriptions to Courier-Journ- al. has Walla Walla, Wash , are visiting her nesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hardin and son, ple how toMive, but will bo been extended to that date This law Post, Herald. Farmers parents, Mr. and Mrs. T B. Henderson Times, Jubal, were visiting Dr. and Mrs J. M. Home Journal, fcitook Yard JouiV upeabiiie to old people to Rev. O ibbert. of Louisville. (Hied his affords a partial protection to he Ever body come to.see us Saturday regular appointment at the Baptist beauty of the Kails, though have a little extra money Hardin, of Branderiburg, last week ul, Western Recorder and IJreck It Mrn Its enjoy one of the best picnics that church Saturday and Sunday. and laid up for Christinas. It is one hundred and sixty thousand The Wulnut Grove School commenc- omidgo News. horsewas ever pulled off, It will be better very simple, easy thing to power to be imported from tho Canaed Monday the 8th , with Alleu Bandy James Winchell, Frank Sanders and dian side. It doy and when once started, than last year and that U saying lots. as teacher. Davis Handy has the Clifregulates the diveiaUas Good order and Good music is our Chester Polk went to Hardinsburg Sat- of the water from you soon take an interest in ton Mills School; Miss Nannie Payne, the American 4de BEWLEYViLLE, urday with the Clovtrport team to play motto! saving monoy. Surely the United States can affw Poplar Grove;Miss Kitty Miller, Jareds; to ball. keep Niagara as a national TliO'O to bogin Miss Heard, Argabrights, and Mrs. Lyons, who has been very ill, spot.. for It has heen calculataOSat ' James now to make Christinas a Victor Orendorf, Raymond. John Carman and family, of Uuras, there is enough waterpower is reported better. TOBINSPORT. , hjppy ono for ihemelve (he daughter of visited Dick Carman last week. scattered throughout the couSw w Little Mary Ellis, and others, are olio ted our Miss Nell Booth, of Cincinnati, is the supply every man. woman Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin, after and W'd Miss May James, of Elizabethtown, with two services. guest of the Misses Suddarth. severe illness, is well spent the week eod with Mrs, Dick Mrs. C. C. Whitehead, of Louisville, .B transmission oVpowi, Mrs. Tinsley was in KvansvilU last wUljoon Miss Landman, of Tell City, Ind., Carman. is here visiting relatives and friends "in the ah" ;' The Bank, who spent tho week end with her bro Miss Nancy Payne and Coleman Claude Hayden returned home Wed- week to see her husband, who is being Bciisc wian one, wll . so.. va th dimJ Milrtv h......i..1. treated there. His condition is better, n" ''a""u!'s'n to be ther, returned home Monday, Payne, of Hardinsburg, arp visitors of nesday night from Danville,, where he lose Niagara would uistant nithi a 'Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Beulah Payne .....ivjiiuiio wnicn no comraerc has been attending school. i fits tt a .,u vuum rBP'ace-jt- t80 .7. al .....1.1 We. Can Print That;Picnic Bill! --w Albert Marshall aud family, of Irv- 7rnr"uv" Everett Peckeapaugh, of Kvataovill', 1HIM . HllrfllM'. 4lll - Ah Statement of Condition of at the The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co Hardinsburg, June RESOURCES. Notes and Bills auto-.mobil- e. rs Cash in Safe Cash in Other Banks Stocks and Bonds Banking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures Total, .... $317,032.24 18,743.90 47,321.86 1,762.49 0,000.00 0,000.00 $3849860.49 $ 50,000.00 LIABILITIES. book-keepe- grand-parent- s, $3.50 $3.50 I Capital Stock Paid in Surplus Earned Undivided Profits Reserved for Taxes Dividend No. 44, per ct., Due July ' Doposits Total, e .... 20,000.00 4,328.55 1,000.00 2,500.00 307,031.94 $384,860.49 grand-childre- n n ' a d PS&ggBgfiSgffifgfi m$mmmmtm$m PICNIC! M. W. 9 A. on July 20, 1912 and eulv-eigh- grun(l-childre- gent-ration- s to-d- ay at the I Webster, Ky. north Oar-ma- the re.-pt-ct GOOD DINNER WILL BE SERVED Christmas Music by O'Brien's String Band Water the Savings g, Account. 11 Can-uelto- u; i de-sirin- mUJsi-Wlreles- s Farmers li . Subscribe - 4VU-- &